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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1915 HEKALD There's about Subtle Charm tsJicious flavour of This flavour is unique and never found in cheap, ordinary teas. Let us mail you a sample. Black, Mixed or Green. PAGE FIVE "Rogue's Gallery" for Militia DepL Oct. to tho Justice (.Jordan Hun- ter, of Hie Stiptfliire- v'ourl, opened tin: fill! session oi the Kust Kootenav I ilii.s morning. I maud jury includeil Koreinan, It. SI J. Quail, A Ottawa, Oct. 17.-Caimda is to have anew -roKU, The .'.Tr Militia Department is taking stops to bin and sent to the various recruit- that recruiliit, ing centre, draw pay lor u while and i sU'nart, 1'f'lcr Lundie then either desert of'iiimliose tlleir .1. Uates. O. Jowull, Thus Up- discharftc and procecil to have a Kood .1. Carmicliacl, hos uinu on the lialaiico of tlic imexpciid- Kohclts and Mr. I'.immi" cd pay. Then they no lo another re-j Tilc prcsentc..! true hills muling centre, rahsl ami repeat the ;n fmlr criminal cases ncndiim 111- K'f l-t- -_ _ trial, arid the case against Hush Mc- (fill of Cranbrook, is charged with tlin iniinler of a young man WHAT DID FOB THIS WOMAN The Price She Paid for Lydia E.PinkhamWegeUbleCom- pound Which Brought Good Health. Danville, I have only ipent dollars on your medicine and I i'ecl so much better than I did the doctor was treating mo. 1 won't Gu any bearing down paina at all now and I sleep well. I cannot say enough for Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta- ble Compound and Liver Pills as they havo done BO much for me. I am enjoy TELEPHONE 60S Mr. A, Southard, of Calgary, .spending a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Miliigau air visit i ing in Calgary, the suest of Mr, and I Mrs. p. C. limner. propeif.y advertise a small munljiT of ing men in the Dominion who arc making m-u- a practice of enlisting to draw pay, but not to light. It lias bcrn found officers their guard. In addition to that tlie MMiiiii Department has derided to raise the amount necessary tliat there arc a number of travelling (u purchase a discharge from to ing good health now and owe it all to Watson, at I'ranbrook, on the j your remedies. I take teli- Joth of September, was put on trial, j ing my friends and neighbors about Only one; witness, Chief Adams of the, Tins surrounding the death of Watson, i was a nicmljer of Hie 5-Ith bat-j talion, and was in Cranbrook on visit to his mother when the tragedy took place. The case against the ac-' cufieii is being fought by Lawe. Fisher. Tin; crown is represented by j Sherwood Uerchmcr. j Make Recommendations The grand jury visited all the pub- I lie buildings in town and reported them all to in excellent condition. rs. MATTIE HALEY, 601 Col- quhone Street, Danville, Va. No woman Buffering from any form til she has given Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to bo a most valua- ble tonic and invigorator of the fe- male crganism. Women everywhere bsar willing testimony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- e Compound. Children arc keen judges of a good balm and whenever my children get cut or tiruised, they run home at once to have Zam-Buk applied. "They have found that it takes the soreness and smarting out'of a wound or sore very quickly. It is a marvellous So writes Mrs. B. Hubert of Van Home St., Toronto, and she was a long time before I tried Zam-Buk, but now I have used it I would never be without it. I have also found it '_ -rery effective for piles.." hoincJ. Tf 4011.have not yet tried 'Zam-Buk, now is the time.' Send us a 1 cent stamp for return postage iZam-BuIc Co., Toronto) and'we will mail you a trial box, or get a SO cent box from your-druggist or storekeeper. For piles, sores, n akin Injuries .nd diaeaHca, this Kreat herbal nrf okla Injuries and herbal bilm' without Used throughout the world. Refuse harmful substitutes. They also made a recommendation j If you hare the slightest doubt that an experimental farm be estab- that Lydia E. Vcgreta- lished somewhere in the district for for the purpose of saving cost of transportation of prisoners to and from Nelson and to utilize the labor of those detained awaiting trial and for punishment of minor offenses. His Lordship, in discharging them com- plimented them upon the very prompt manner in which they had disposed of tliR business coming before them and stated that he would take plea- sure in laying before the proper au- thorities their recommendations an experimental farm. Rev. T. It. HarcDurt, Indian Mis- j sionnry, lectured in Knox church night to a ven- interested ipon the theme: India's part in the Empire. The reverend gentleman his hearers enough material to about for some time, regarding India and Canada's part in the British Em lire. Three armv medical service men, a ionieant and two orderlies, arrive-" .n town yesterday and went to Mot rissey this morning to look after the health department of the intern en- campment, now fully est.Uil; .here. Two hotel men were on trial Sai- irday charged with selling liquor Lo an interdicted .person, and another "lotcl was raided in the wee small idiirs of Sunday .morning for selling iquor on Sunday. ble Compound will help yoii.wite toliydla E. Pink 1mm Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass., for ad- vice. 'Your letter will be opened, read and answered by n woman, and bold in strict cotiUdeace. VISIT CROW LINE Warner Average is 40 Bushels Warner, Alta., Oct weath- man has been'good this week, and considerable grain has been threshed out, and some more good yields are being reported. The most conserva- tive estimators say that the average wheat yield for may safe- ly be put at 40 bushels to the acre, and oats at 80. What flax has been threshed out is giving very good re- sults, but it is not likely that any will be shipped- out of here till spring. Wheat shipments are heavy, and the j elevators are working night" and flay to take care of the rush. PracticaKy all tbe threshers are making good daily nine, but owing to the wentliur conditions have not been able to make anything like the showing that they could have done with continued fine weather. Practically, all the" close- in1 jobs are now completed, and we are informed that several of the farmers further .ouf.are- stacking their .grain. TORPEDO -BOAT CUT IN TWO BY FERRY London, Oct. large German torpedo, boat was run down and cut in _two. a _ German, steam ferry, which left Trelleborg, Sweden, at o'clock- Friday night, with all lights out, Renter's dispatch from Only five of the tor- pedo'b'batVcrew of 45 were saved. Wheat Pouring Into the Elevators PURITV FLOUR "More Bread and Better Bread" Alan., Oct. George Bury, oi" the C.P.R., is hero on a tour of inspection, and leaves Wed- nesday evening tor tbe Coast, via the Crow's Nest Pass. He will be accompanied by Grant vice-president and gener- al manager of the western lines, and J. G. Sullivan, chief engineer. -5 c- CANADIAN TROOPS REACH ENGLAND THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., Preiicltnt JOHN A1KD, Genera I ManaRer H. V. i'. JONES, Ass'tGcneril Manager V, C. BROWN, Supcrlnlendcnl of Ccnlrat Western Bnucl.cj CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank t it. J. J t 1 t luuttj, (-iijiiu IJiirt Was Of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same commuted tor trial on the charge of careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. Raymond, Oct. now general, and wheat is pouring into tbe elevators so fast that a blockade is threatened. Thirteen cars are on the order sheet at present, but S. Hanna, C. P. R. agent- here, expresses the opinion that there will not be.much trouble encountered with respect, to cars this year. The chief drawback in Haymond is lack' of track room. Twenty-three cars of wheat have been shipped from Ray- mond and ten from Welling, bringing the total for this point up to 33 care.. .-__ Wm. Glcmis, local manager of the Ellison Milling company's interests, told the Herald that he had taken in approximately bushels-thus tar. The average grade is No. 2 andK. 3. Mr. ClemiK is fearful of a hig con- gestion at shortly, Karren, Peterson ;ind Evans, and Judd and Holt, representing outside grain companies, have loaders at the tracks and are handling the grain as "ist.as cars can he spotted for them. One of the best yields of the sea- son is reported by' Joseph Cost-ley. :Iis wheat is all grading Ko. J, and averaging fifty-two bushels to the acre. .Mr. Costiey has about five hundred acres of Joseph Alaudslcy is also gciting No. I for his wheat. Speaking with Rav Knight this morning, Tic stated tliat in his opin- v ion the crop will never be Montreal, Oct. The Steamer Missariabie arriv- ed at her destination' in' Eng- land at 10 o'clock today, car- rying the 8th and 12th Mqunt- ed Rifles, the 79th Cameron Highlanders, and tho 40th Bat- talion. Quickest, Surest Cough Remedy is Home- Made Prepared a Few MIA- otcn. Cheap tot Some people .ire constantly annoyed from one years cml to the other with a. 'leraistent hronohml cough, which is whol tills year. "Uut grain Ihdt lias un- dcrgonu p. winter is just as gogct and yields as heavy as that threshed in the fa I. I have proved he said. Tim average yield is keeping up well, and thirty-five hiishels is not at alt too high. Some ot the Herald's esti- mate of a million bushel crop, a month ago. It now appears that this estimate is not at all exaggerated. Hart on Trial Nov. 2 Ilollovue, Alta., Oct. the pre- liminary hearing, before Inspector, .fungot, here, today, Philip Hart Lethbridge Branch R, T. Brymner, Mgr murdering his wire, Alice Hart, The the world over for its ensV trial will lake place at Macleod at I in bad -_--._.._, right at will make you wonder what became of it Let 214 ounces J'inei (50 cents worth! from any druggist, nour into a lli-ounce K.. tie and fill the bottle with plain Rranu. lateu siicar. syrup. Start taking it at once, bradnajlv but surely you will notice the pliUvni thin out and then disappear altogether, thus cmlini; a i couzn that 3-011 never thought would end. It oosona the dry, hoarse or tijjht cough and heala tho in- llammation in 11 painful coiiBh with remarkahla rapidity. Ordinary coughs an conquered by It in 24 hour's or loss. Aothinjj; better for bronchitis, winter cougiis and bronchial asthma Ohis IMnex nnd Sujjar Syrup mixtura makes to last a family a long a cost of only 51 cents Keeps perfectly and tastes pleasant. Kosi- lyjnrepnred. Full directions with I'inci Pinex is n special and highly concen- trated compound of genuine Norway plnn extract, rich in ouaiacol, ami is famous the world over for its easi Supreme Court sittings ou Nov- ember 2. W. M. Campbell, K.C.. appeared for the Crown, and the prisoner had as his counsel, II. Putnam of Blair- chest and throat colds. th Ask y ------j'st for not accept of absolute ui uiuimy refunded, iocs with this preiiaration. The Pincx Co., Toronto, Ont. "2'A ounces Pinex." and do anythmR else. A guarantee c OSE Mi'. 11 eorge JMunro, supennirriiii-iiL of of the Merch- ants is spending a few days in the city. All members of the Dominion Ilc- bekah Lodge No. 41, are requested to attend the degree rehearsal tomorrow evening in the Oddfellow's Hall, i The Daughters and Maids of land sewing class meet at tho! home of Mrs. C. Wakelin on j day afternoon at 2.3D p.m. Tbp Ladies' Aid ot St. Patrick's, church are planning a pantry sale to I be held Saturday the 30th in the i Went Icy store, the proceeds to lie giv- en to the Patriotic Fund. The St. Mary's Whist Drive was to have been held on Tbursdav ig or this week has been post-; poned till next Tuesday evening, (Jc- tober The unmarried members of the Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. K. are invited to make scrap books to- j night at 8 o'clock at the home oi Miss JJentlcy, 013 13th street. The Alexander Gait Chapter, l.O. O.K., acknowledge with thanks being a portion of the Harvest Thanksgiving offertory at St. -John's church, Diamond City, A meeting-will be called early next i week tn arrange for the First A id i class. All interested, as well as those! who have handed' in their names, are j asked to attend, the time and itaee. will be announced later. j The Young tadie's" Class'of Wesley j church are" the "Ume oil Miss W. Lingard, 505 Hth St. S. on1 Thursday, 'at S o'clock, to! spend a members and friends as'-ied tend. the G. F. uYub'are hofding a sale of needlework next Saturday noon aV4il opposite tne Orpheum tea will he served and'tfie" drawing" for the. cushion take place. The proceeds will he used for, relist purposes. For Indigestion aM'Biliousness those foos of comfort and -.veil-being, there is ono family remedy universally regarded -as' the' best corrective of deranged conditions of the organs of digestion. Present suffering ia relieved promptly, and worse sickness prevented by timely use of Let this wonderful remedy tons your stomach, stimulate your liver and kidneys, regulate your bowels and you will feel improved throughout your entire system. A few doses will prove to you why. for the common and minor ailments of life, Beecham's Pills SIR JOHN FRENCH Visi'TH RED CROSS TRAIN' Sir John French (on right) conversing with, mi officer in doorway of u lied Cross hospital car (luring ;i recent visit. U Heavy Yields in Cowley District v A .well attended -meeting -of, .the lad- ies the congregation of St. Augus- church was--held yesterday af- ternoon, Can- on MurrelMVright addressed them on Woman's work DefinitB ilans of the work-of-the women ho. parish'will be discussal at meeting to be -held. -next. Monday 3.30 in the Parish Hall. of Mrs. Norman' liancee of President her con- nection with St. Thomas Episcopal Oowley, Alta., Oct, spfle of a very wet fai'i, with rain and snow com- bining- to delay the threshermen, good progress is beinff made throughout the Cow-ley district. Crayford Brothers threshed G3 bushels of fall wheat to ihft acre ou a portion of George Scot- ton's farm, north of Cowley. The i whole farm went 41 bushels to tho acre. A quantity was stubble sown. George Buchanan's own rig ia run- ning on a ha'lf section of ME, close to town, and the yield for the first 131! acres Is well over nO bushels ro tin; acre. The rest o average any less. Guaranteed to bo the purest and host baking-powder ihat It Is possible to pro- Millar Brothers or, Foremost started Look Alter the Disabled Soldiers Church near Dnpont-Circltv where her late husband vestryman for1 years, and transferred her" member- .operations on Hugh Pettlt's 1000-acrc I ship io St. Margaret's Church, ou j wi'eat patch, three mftes from Cowley, j Ottawa, Oct. IS. The conference Connecticut ion Sunday afternoon, and the grade j of the representatives oi the 'provin- Eve'r since the announcement of a n'ce Enough progress bus cial governments with tbe federal in some circles, i -ve': made to enable anyono-'military hospitals commissions in re- weeks ago, it had been intimated that !to estimate the m'eld but'gard to the care of Canada's sol- St. Square, i L'ie -whole farm will beat .40 bushels diers returning from the war, which would again become, 'if not "the Pre- i and have plenty of margin.' was- in. session this afternoon and .thus sident's as in earlier admin- j A good deal of volunteer wheat baa evening, will be continued tomorrow.. :strations, at least.the church.of threshed; one .farm, which was 'resident's, in ...the.adminis- former Presidents Hoose- 'elf'ana-'faft. The late'-Mrs. Wilson, ike the President, was the daughter of a Presbyterian minister, so born n the faith in -which she died, and vhich her husband and children have, always professed. Mrs. Gait, while said to be willing ;o go to the Presbyterian Church if he President 'so desires, is like loosevelt and Mrs Tafti an Episco- ilian by birth. Imagine this state of affairs in eniocralic-America. If we may cre- it the Louisville (Kentucky) Cour- er-Joiirnal, the States have been irri- gating one of the weak planks in the )ld Country Society f refusing to .adinit tradespeople 'to Itra-society functions. i ihe .announcement of Pre-1 _ __'s engagement', the Cour-1 cr-Journal ''One'of on's dearest-prized 'precedents will! c upset when the "new mistress ofj White House takes her place as last year seeded to brome duced in spite of the brome grass -V 000 thousand bushels, of. Alberta. Red. NO B.C. ELECTIONS THIS YEAR Prince George, li. C., Oct. IS. Hon. W. J. passed through here via the'G.T.P. tonight on his to the coast from a lrip tn ottawa- The .attorney-gca- eral said no one seemed to when the election be held. If j sf'.tllcniPnT, etc. they did, they would not tell- He be- i lieved the provincial government would not appeal to the people till the life of the present legislature ends it was. agreed that there should hfi a si-parati: commission'named by each, province, tho personnel and character of tbe.se commissions to. he left to rach province" to dotennins. The pro- vincial commissions will co-operats with tlu1 federal commissions, in ar- ranging for a systematic plan of look- ing'after the" (iisfibled soldiprs; pro- viding suitable employment for those who find themselves without tho moans of livelihood, establishing abloniant funds, svsieins of vocation- al opportunities for land next June. Florida is the leading state in the production of earth, provid- ing more than 75 per cent, of the United Slates' total last year." Regarding _the .an ident Wilson's eng :imit Norman Gait, al- loiigh a member of a distinguished 'irginia.family, is the widow of a for thai, reason, has ot had.Jhe.entree to the consciously vdusive clubs and levees which j.re equeiited by the arniy and navy and ploniatic sets. "After she becomes the wife of the resident, her present connection with connection from which she erivcs her be promptly! mi gladly, forgotten at the Chevy i tiase and Metropolitan clubs, anil j adcrs of society who secure a place j' i her invitation.and calling list wiH t in the seventh heaven of delight'. '.'The last time the Anglican cus- >m in the capital ot barring 'trades- wiple' was enforced, was when a ocer of great wealth, scion of a mous Virginia family and son of a onfedernto general, -was barred from club to which his brother, an at- rney, wait JTJVMI M.P.'f KILLED Ottawa, Ont.f pet. 18. aged only son of Or. Alfred ThpmpBon, tf'.lP., was instantly Hilled., at RockoHff, QtUwtt, by 'vi'Mpfng dftnrHnj itVo wlro, dainty confection for people of taste. Always ready. Easy to get at. Ten 1 delicious pearl grey, candy- coated, palate pleasers put up in a neat i carton package for 5c. -flfGefone TO-DAY L at your nearest candy counter. MADE IN CANADA fciort Cover CoHlMjtta'iHircry S, lOijHitZte AL Hast i ind fjtntttify you f Library or Den CANADIAN CHEWING GIHH COMPANV, LIMITED TORONTO ;