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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBEfl 24, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCV DAILY PAGE SEVEN WHOLE FilLY Keeps Young Art OH In Splendid iisaHii J. VV. HAMMOND CeQ. SCOTLAND, ONT., Aug. Huth. 1913 "Fruit-a-lives" are the only 'pill manufactured, to my way of thinking. They work- no griping whatever, and one is plenty for auy ordinary-person at My wife wiisauiilrtyr to Constipation. Wei tried, everything.. on: the calendar without satisfaction, and' spent large sums of money until we happened- on "Fruit- I; 'cannot say too much in their favpfi We have usfid them in the family for about two years and we would not anything else as long as we can get pCheir action is mild, and no distress nt all. I have recommended them tp mauy other people, and our whole family nses J. W. HAMMOND. Those who have been cured by "Pruit- a-tivcs" are proud and happy to tell a sick or ailing friend about these derful tablets' made from fruit juices. 5Qc. a box, 0 for trial size 25c. At all dealers or ssnt on receipt of price by Fruit-u-tive3 Ximited, Ottawa. CtARESHOLM SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Claresholm, -Alta., Oct. School of Agriculture opens next "week, and. the enrolment will exceed a hundred. Among the students will be a young man from Ireland, find one from British Columbia. The International Bible Students' 'Association meets every Tuesday 'Ov enihg at 8 o'clock, 12th St S. All Interested are invited. OPERATIONS By Lydia EPinkham's Vege- table Own Stories HereToId. Edmonton, Alberta, Can. I think It is no more than right for me to thank you your kind advice Lydia E Plnkham'fl Vegetable Compound have done forme. 'When I wrote to you some time ago I was -a very sick woman suffering from female troubles. I had organic inflam- mation and could not walk any. distance. At last I was confined to my bed, the doctor said I would have to go torough an operation, but this I refused to do. A friend advised LydiaE. Pinkham'B: Vegetable Compound" and after, using three bottles of it, I feel like new woman. I most heartily recommend your medicine to all women whdsufferwith.fema.le troubles. I have also taLcn Lydia E Pinkham'i Liver Pills, think they are fine. I will never-to-without the medicine in the FRANK.EMSLEY, 903 Col- umbia Avenuo, Edmonton, Alberta. The Other Case. Beatrice, after mymar- noge my left side began to pain me and the pain got so severe at times that I suffered terribly with it I visited three doctors and each one wanted to operate pn'rae'butT.would hot consent to an op- eration: I heard of the good Lydia E, Pinkhara'e Vegetable Compound was doin'g for others and I used several bot- tlea of it with the result that I haven't been bothered with my side since then I am in good health and I have two little Kirls R 6 Wii! You Spend TWO CENTS To Save Your a "Dear One" or In' helping; that valued employe, relative or friend to find out a'bbut the modern "NBAli WAY'.'-of rescuing those who are' almost "beyond all earthly help and preventing a high business professional labor- ing man from becoming a confi med BRUNKARD OR DRUG 'TIENO" Fill in, (lotacll and MAIL TODAY. Please send literature sealed to Nome Address For full Information call or address the INSTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West Calrarj Phono W 4f2'i CHURCH SERVICES SCIENCE FIRST CHOUOfi OP. CHRIST, Ii, Hull Block. Ser- .vice at eleven, al m. eV- testimony nicotine, .'8.00 p.m. Tho reading room is open to every, one every day from three to five p.m. in cordially invited 'to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Roionthal. pastor; Hev. P. Mini' wcgcn, .assistant. Man 9 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. in. Sunday scliool 3 f m Evening service 7 30 p in aj; pacb rHRISTADctPHIANS Moot in the Moose riill lllginnotham Block. Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Ave. south. 'Wednesdays.-'at 8 p. m. Bible- class, Sundijs at 3 p m tt commeraonte tlio Loril s death and at 7 30 p 'to proclaim the glad tidings ol tho Kingdom of God." Subject, "Tho coming nation, that is tjic Kingdom of hy Sidney T. Batsford. Al] Seals Ircc. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services am helo at the Citadel, PlftS street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., pralM meeting, and i.30. Salvation meeting. Week 8 p.m., public led by sisters; B p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance; Saturday 8 p.m.; free and' oasy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS cHnnon OF .IESITS CHRIST OP LATTER .ol Seventh Ave. 'and .lath street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- Bishop Geo. W. Green, 101C Seeoiid Ave. S. Phone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sisth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter, October 25, Gorman communion service ail 11- 'Confessional service at 10.30. English service at 7.30 p.m. Choir pract-ica on Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST. AUGOSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrol-Wrlght, rector, Matins 11 ,a.m: Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven 'o'clock service on tin first Sunday of'the month. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C. H. Pophara, rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m.. and Choral Eucharist oh first Sunday of :the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 .p.- :m. Evensong 7.30 p. ST. CYPRIANS Eleventh street and Eighth avenue S Rev; Carum -MoMillen, rector. Sun- day, October :25: Matins, Holy Com- munion and, sermon at 11 Sun- day school and Bible classes at 3 p.. m.; with, sermon, at .7.-30 pm Rev5 McWillen. will preaclr at both services. Monday, Oct- auspices .of-the.A. T P Dr Dunflomld will delil er his noted lecture God s DUmonds in the church admission, free collection CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Comer Third avenye and Eighth street Rev J B ptetor Bible school at 10.30 a.m. -Services at a.m. Subject, '-'The" Kingdom in Prepara- tion." Christian at 8.30. Evening service at 7 30, subject "Changing Opinions BAPTIST FIFTH AVENUE morrow, October. 25th, Home Mission and RUlj Da> Rev D Ross will preach at 11 aim. p. m. the pastor, Elmer Green preach Wednesday, S p m B P Y. meets! FIRST H. Elmer Green will preach in the morning on "T-hs-Triple and in the evening the pastor D Ros on 'Sin Storm and Salvaiion PRESBYTERIAN ST. A. C Bryan pastor 11 am, Morning subject, Our father "2pm Junior Sunday ichooi 3 15 p m Senior Sunday school and Bible classes 7.30 p, ra., tBb .choir-will render the cantata A Joyful Thanksgmng by Caleb Simper, assisted by an es cellent orchestra. KNOX tomorrow at 11 am and 7 30 p m conducted by Rev Dr Dundonald At tho mc-iiiig service Mis Brym her Elementary Superintendent of the International Sunday School As Bociatioit, will spea.v on Child btudj Evening sub eot, "Naomi the btudj Beautiful :1 Boys' Department ot the Sunday School; at 2: ments and Adult Bible class'at A Chinese cHss at 4 Full choir at both services Ever} one cordially invited METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHTJROH- Uev J B Francis pastor Class meeting at 10 a.m. Morning service :at 11 a subrect Giving lill it Hurts Children s topic The Watchtower Men s Own at 4 p m subject, 'Bn t_m i Pnit m the Mar W A Bu chanin, HP, sroakcr At 730 III Marv Bryner oS Chicago Internation al elementary S Supt, will speak on Sunday School work. WrSIJJY O H CohbledicK pastor residence i'v Eleventh street, phone 404 11 a m Children s topic The Magic Mirl ror Sermon, "The Alodel Leaguer 3pm Bible school and organued aJult classes 730 p iq "The 'Vic torlous Fi'ght for Liberty under Mos s Music morning are by StaWer Ep worth league Mum Evening an- tliom, "I Will Lift Up Mine by Dr solo by Mrs Som erton Mptism will IB admin at 4 15 Pireits are ravnea1 to briM ttsjr children N TEpOSTAL linity at 11 Hall, North Simla} a m KomemBbing the Lord's 7 30 p m meeting Tuesday, p m Praver and Gospel mcetitij You are careless when you simply ask for "rubber heels" on your boots. ASK FOR CATS PAW CUSHION RUBBER HEELS and get the world's best. They cost no 50c.Attached At All Shoe Stores and Repair Shops. Walpole Rubber Co. Limited Montreal BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth itrect, North assemble on the Lord's Day tor breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible readins, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. Noul Irwtltutti in Principal Cltltt everybody wcleorm. QUIT MEAT WHEN BOTHER Take a glass of Salts bcforp breakfast your Back "hurts or Bladder Is troubling you. No man or woman who 'eats moat regularly can make a mistake by flushing the Mdnesa occasion illy says a well known authority >Jent forms uric acid v.hich excite the kidneys thej become overworked from the strain, get slugysli and tail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood, then wo got sick. Nearly all rheuma- tism, headache, liver trouble, nervous- ness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urin- ary disorders come from sluggish kid- neys The moment jou feel a dull ache m the kidnays or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy offensive full of sediment Irregular of passage or at tended by a sensation at scalding Btop eating meat and get. about four ounces-of Jad Salts from any phar- macy; 'take a tablefspoonfu! in glass of water before breakfast and !n a few days your kidneys will act fine This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and.lemon juice, com- bined with has.ibeen used for generatiSns to flush and stimulate the kidneyf also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder weak- ness. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful efferves cent lithia-water drink which, every; one should take now and then_tb keep the kidneys clean and active'and. the blood pure, thereby avoiding, serious kidney complications. Sold by J.'. D, Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, An Easy Way To Stop Head Noises Good Advice For Those Who Fear Deafness Men and -women who are growing hard of bearing and who experience a stuffy feeling of pressure against their ear diums accompanied by buZsms rumbling GO nds In their heads like water falHne or steau escaping should take prompt effective measures to stop this trouble Headnoises are al most the miners of complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffer from them con stantly Sometimes thase head noises become so distracting and" nerve rack ;ng with thdr netsr ceismg hum .hey drive the sufferer almost frantic and complete nervous breakdown and 3ven violent insanity have been known :o result Thanks to a remarkable scientific mads recently m England'if s now possible to almost, instantly lessen the of head noises and m a very short time to completely and peimanentlj them With the disappearing of the dead nois-cs the hearing greatly mproves and very frequentl> can he restored to nornml T'lis English reatment is known as Parmint aud can be easily and safety self adminis .ered it home Leading druggists .cthbridge and now have it a stock. Get froni your druggiat'l.oz, 'aVraint (Pouble .mix t at home with yt pint of hot witer and 4 oz. of granulated sugar. Stir until dissolved and then take one atolespoonful four times a day until ;he noises disappear and iruvea Farmint is used double itrength in this way not only to'-re- iuoe, tonic the Inflamma- ion and swelling in Euitachjan ube and to the air -ufo oil tht drum but to cortnt any excess at Moretions 11 the middle ear and tho results tt gives are both re- Qutrkably quick and 10 THE OF IHE Knocker Causes Dutch Mort- gage Co. Some Doubts but is Answered That 1915 will see Southern Alber- ta or. the bent footing it has ever boeu, from an agricultural aud busi- ness standpoint, is the opinion ox- pressed in tho Eoliou'inK letter tt a mortgage loan company from Pre- sident jviurnocli. ot Hit liourd 01 Trade. The letter addressed to Pre- sident Marnoch 1'rom tins company shows that someone has been giving Southern Alberta, sue! partkuiurly the district around n bia'k eye. Some nuitter who has probably iaiic all the fortune he ever possessed here in Llio aaaie houiliera Al- berta, and has quit when a time ar- rives to fight conditions tliat are not so favorable to the circulated an opinion regarding the country, that is absolutely false. Tho far-reaching effect of these opinions, is evidenced in the following letter. The company making the inquiry is in the opinion of the Board's presi- dent, to be heartily commended for taking the porrect means ol' finding out the truth, A Canadian firm which -handles a large volume of 'business in mortgage loans of Dutch money in the wrote to Let-hbridgc Board of Trade as i'oilows: "One v( the companies" which we have been making a larje number o[ loans for in Soutlufra Al- berta with head office in Holland, has' received auvices from so'me sourer .hat there have besn practically no crops raised In the LeUibriilge dia- ,rict in the past few years and arr- mocking the same very hard, not only to the detriment of your district, mt also to ourselves as loaning ag- ents for the Province of Alberta. While we know that during the last year or so crops have not been vhat they they have never jeen as bail as tho .statements made j ;o our people in-Holland as we have! made several tripe' through this sec-j Jon ourselvsa aud find in the ma- j ority oE cases where farming was irpperly done that the crops have jcen fair. even in ttie last two or ilireo yetirs when things have not j )cen 5._ tood aa the} sliould have j jeon. j We are writing our Head Office and going into the matter fully and at me siihie timtj we uymre to be tiackert with advices received more or less from official sources, as to what crops have been during the last eiglit years, snj tiom ...900 f s Seply The Pitsident iu, reply as iol low's I have hetort, me letter of October 16th addressed to our secre tary. As I regajcd the joints raised bj your..people in Holland as-of- consiti erable I have to reply, You ask about farming results from 19QS onnards lo f trmug on non- irrigated laatlb there have been great How Would You Look Without Your Hair? Tlic answer is too serious lo contemplate. Ami yet, every lime hair comes out in the combing you arc Unit much nearer a condition of partial or letal baldness. Don't neglect your hair. It's loss is a calamity, which deprives woman of her greatest charm. Saves and Beautifies the Hair Dandruff robs the hair luster and luxuriance aud causes it to come out Hence one'a system of personal cleanliness is. incomplete unless it iu- a reliable, sanitary hair dressing. The fact that'tliousands of ladies daily depend upon Herpicidc tb Iteep the hair and scalp clean and freo from dandruff is the best possible evidence of the value of this well-known scalp prophylactic. It is to those who wish to make the most of nature's gifts by having light, fluffy, snappy hair that Newbro's Herpicidc appeals most strongly. It has an exquisite fragrance, contains no grease aud does not dye or darken the hair. HerplcicJe is the Original Germ-Remedy for dandruff. You will like Newbro's it. Semi Ten Cents for Trial Bottle and Coupon Applications obtained at the better Barber Shops. SOLD AND GUARANTEED At ALL TOILET GOODS COUNTERS. J. Hig'inbothain, Special Agent. A POLISH MARKET EN WABSAW An everyday sceae in'the city of Warsaw towards which :the German army in the eastern Uieatre of war ,is pressing. increases in and 09 vere good, and with little effort on the part of farmers so much so that Slip- too, for fall plowing which is the '07, '08 Lnext best method 'of. cultivation. Tli outlook tor 'good grain.' prices for .1915 is stimulating to close endeavor on methods of fanning became too much the rule The 1910, as t have you know was i drj jear there' the par t of "the farmerf had been ver> little summer-fallow there was, was sufliuiciit to show7 Jthat that mcthc-1 cultivation. brought fair crops in a very dry sea- In while }-our people may ..ave "to'-'exercise patience in collec- tions in some-individual cases, the to my mind, promising. There is ail evident-feeling 01-strong resolution among farmers to make the best, of theriesspn's that espori- once has stay with the ganie and.imprQye" their farms land their holdings'of: live stock, and sou, The vears 1Q11 1912 and 1913 all good results as Ao yield, al- though harvesting weather m 1911 and 1912 as not h> an> means i their families ;7 ideal ruilhcr the prices iur grain As to crop to 1913, as weie so low that giam that was nob fche .Department oE Ag- first ciass, that it wab home home you are no larmers that they must -arty live I d ht suppiiea official bul- cattle, hogs and sheep i "H" able .to feed .their grain and walk it off the farm on the hoof, if 'they were to get the best results from their efforts aud ".yp'urs- very" truly, (Sgd.j-.G. R. Warnoch, President. Now, in l9l'i, the rainfall 'has not coincided well with the growing sea- son1: and in common with Southern London, Oct. Tie rrespondent 'of Reuter's HONOR TITLE e Petrograd 's Telegraph Alberta-and Southern.Saskatchewan McMal suffered from hot parch- .that1 German and Austrian ing winds in Julj inrt August. The subiects have; beeii granted the consequence has been that, m all places where summer-Fallow was not carried out in crops were very poor But the yields of. wheat on summer fallow run from 12, 15 to 24 bushels of wheat- acre. Mr. 0. S. Noble of Nobleford, .15 miles.'from Lethbridge, has every year under crop ne 8 000 acres, had an aveiage of 3S bushels of. acre in 1913 an taken off 24 bushels of Wheat in 1914, from sum mef-faliowed land. Bath of the lessons brought out in itliese preceding live stock and sunimei Hen n 11 learned b} our farmers, As, lo lut stock I mav say that of hogs alono Here were shipped from this dis- trict in tie months January, Feb- ruary and March of 1011 20 323 hogs, for the whole of 1913 the ihipment" were only 26 198 hogs. Vo haie tli c" creameries it Srlilgc and there arc others at places further soutn turning out largi titles of butter Asrto summer-fallow this is BOW being g'nerally practiced. A as to what tlic outlosk for 1J15 is Tiou know very well, of course, that to speak- of proG- pects tor i succeeding year 'is to look tir ahead tMs may be s_aul th very he ivj wet snow that tfll earlv in October ill over Shis district (not less thin two (rat in any all nwlted ilowlj -mil teatlntet Atlfh into the ground This hafl fcws eM-ollent for sinnmor- FIRST YEAR OF WAR TO COST CANADA. Ottawa, Out, Oct. war will cost Canada a hiin'dr'ed" million, dol- lars in the first to a conservative .This. amount, of course, cost of tbe equipment- of the expeditions, but thfiir pay when 'on at home or [VANCOUVER MAN PRISONER OF .London, Oct. is snnoumcM that Captain Bertram Benlaoo, ,To- ronto, was erroneously. killed on August 26, difd of wpanBs. in a German hospital at Le September 15. -Second :OeuL BoltonJ .Vancoiiver, has been ollcialljr clared a prisoner of war in Geruaoj. 1 of com- GENERAL HWANG H8ING Generalissimo o< the Southern China forces, now visiting m the United. States, nho the opinion that the Allies would be suc- cessful in the praMOt war He is ac- claimed tho real active mainspring of tlw ravdlutloo. Sell Well In The United States As, Well As Throughout Canada Thesi wonderful their work so well to cure so ciany a boad of union with our gMa friends to-the South. -Here are three Icttere from VMipas parts of the showing Uw demand for Gin Mis, a truly. Ganadiaii.product which has helped and is.helprag r thousands of Canadians to get well. v Letters from MassachusettSi New York and Indiana. ng ite pleated 548 Bast Street, Holyekfl, Miua. ir eraUent bin Pills and the; alined n h zetii ft IgAvekaoraw to my _ i but they I vo not ccrna an4 iri friend who i ueihe I ft you tb lend at exile vA e Be ag traiibled with my Kidnevs W C n Pill I purchased a tinjc sA a nearby draff Aoie a T IK nvtbnt they hive teen wpnderhi lyeftectivt. d J nx nc rlj finithcd the box I'll thair ____ iraffi been wonderhi ty ei_______________ cd the box I'll continue thair aw for 'a tlmo Mat of trouble. D1XON JL 434 N. Y. WWtiiifr, Irai. Iscntfortlitlaflibox, him andmyfricc was aokactly bt.t after taking tii I bit I had no more pain. 'I MTcr ti oth.r If you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble, fake Gin Pills If your back atlies or your hands asd TuconlitKncti or Su: of UUK if a innaor yw art subject to lUietnnatlsip, ftlUwili relUvr jou and scaldin bnck dust Wnte tu direct M< we mil tend a tnul free. ;