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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1914 THE LETHBRIDtiV DAILY KERALSv PAGE SEVEN WHOLE FAMILY "Full-Mines" Keeps Young And Old In Splendid Health J. HAMMOND. SCOTI.AND, ONT., Aug. 25th. 1813 "Fniit-a-tivcs" are the onlyv pill niunnfacturcd, to my way of thinking. They work completely, no griping and cme is plenty tor any ordinary person ot a-dqse. My wife wtisamartyrlo Constipation. We tried everything on the calendar without satisfaction, and; spent large sums of money until TVC happened- on "Fruit- I cannot say too much in their favor. We have used them in the family for ahout two yciui and we would not ujc niiything else as long as we can get '1-heir action is mild, and no distress rit all. I have recommended them tp maiiy other people, aud our whole family uses them'1. J. W. HAMMOND. Those who have been cured by "Fniit- a-tivcs" are proud and happy to tell a siclc'or ailing friend about these won- derful tablets'made from fmit juices. a box, 0 for trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt ot Jvice byFruit-u.tivesXimited, Ottawa. CLARESHOLM SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Glarosholm, -Alta., Oct. School ot Agriculture opsns aeit and the enrolment will exceed a hundred. Among the students will be a young man from Ireland, one from British Columbia. Tho International Bible Students' 'Association meets every Tuesday -ov- enirig at 8 o'clock, at'62ii 12th St. S. All Interested are invited. OPERATIONS By LydiaELPinkham's Vege- table Own Stories HereTold. Edmonton, Alberta, Can. think It is 'no more than right for me to thank you for what ypur kind advice and Lydia E. PJukhara's Vegetable Compound have done for me, 'When I wrote to you some time ago I was a very'sick woman suffering froin female troubles, I had organic inflam- mation and could not stand, or walk any. distance. At last I was confined to my bed, and the doctor said I would have to go through an operation, but this I refused to do A fnend advised LydiaE. Pinkham'fl Vegetable and after; using three bottles of it, I feel a new woman. I most heartily recommend your medicine to all women whoEufferwith-female troubles. Ihave also taken Lydia Pmkham'B Liver Pills and think they are fine I will never be without the medicine In the house, FRANK. EMSLEY, 903 Col- umbia Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. The Other Case. Beatrice, after mymar- fiage my left aide 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 on hot consent to an op- eration; ;I heard of the good Lydia B. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound was doing for others and I used several bot- tles 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 B'lrls Mrs R B CHILD Ileatnce Neb. Will You Spend CENTS To Save Your a "Dear OttC" or in' helping, that valued employe, relative or friend to find out cibo'ut the modern "NEAL of rcoculng those who are nimoat "beyond all earthly... and preventing a high class business proft, sloi i labor ing man from becoming a confirmed BRUNKARP ,OR DRUG "FIEND" Pill in, detach and MAIL TODAY. Pleaso-send literature sealed to Address For full intonnation call or address the NBAL INflTITUTE, 820 13th Ave. West Caigarj f phono W 452 M Nail Jnat.tutM in Principal CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHbltCn OK CHRIST, (j, Hull Block. Sor- .vice at eleven al m. WedneiiUy ev- ening testimony meeting, .'8.00 p.m. The reading room Is open ttv-nvory- one every day from three to P-m Everyone is cordially invited to at tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. pastor: Kev. P. Mini wcgen, Assistant. Mais 0 a.m. High Mass, .11 a. in. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon each service. CHRISTADSLPHIANS CHfJlSTADELPHIANS.- Meet io tlio Block Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Ave. south. Wednesdays -.at 8 p. m. Bible; class, Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate the: Lord's at 7.30 p. m. "to proclaim the glad tidings oi tho Kingdom of Ood." Subject, -'The coming tlmt is tjie Kingdom of by.Sidney T. Batsford. All Seats free. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are helo al tin Citadel, Flffa street, as follows; Sunday, 11 a.m., Holineo meeting; 3 praiio meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week s p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; "Wednesday, B p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance; 8 p.m.; free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHTTHOH. OF .IESOS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY ,ol Seventh Ave. 'and .-12tb. street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday scliool; 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- coms. Bishop Goo. W." Green, 1010 Seeoiid Ave. S. Phone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. -Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter, October 215, German communion service at 11. 'Confessional service at 10.30. English service at 7.30 p.m. Choir practice on Wednesday evening. ANGLICAN ST. AUGIJSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rov. Canon Murrol-Wright, rector, Matins 11 .a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the elnyen o'clock service on first Sunday of the month. Bveniong 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 the first Sunday of -the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day sihbol 3 .P.M. Evensong. 7.30 p. ST. CYPRJANfS Eleventh street and Eighth avenue S. Rev. Canon -MeMillen, rector. Sun- day, Holy Com- munion and, sermon at 11 a.m.; Sun- day school and Bible classes at 3 p.. m Cvensong with, sermou at 7 30 p m Rev" Canon McMillan v. lYi preach at both services Monday Oct ober 26 under the auspices of the A Y P A Dr Dundonald his noted JeotureVGqd's iu the church; aamlisloit free'; CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHDHOH comer Third Eighth street: Rev. J B Flekel pastor Bible school at 10.30 a.m. Services a.m. Subject, 'The' Kingdom in Prepara- tion." Christian Endeavor., at B.30. Evening service at 7 30, subject Changing Opinions BAPTIST FIFTH AVENUE mrrnw, October 25th, Home Mission and Day, Rev.. D. Ross will preach at 11 a m At: 7 30 p m the pastor, Rev, H.-'Elmer preach Wednesday, I P m B Y r Y. meets. FIRST H. Elmer Groan will preach in the morning on The Triple and in the tvening the pastor D Ros on "Sin, Storm' and Salvation. PRESBYTERIAN ST. A. C Bryan pastor 11 a, m Morning subiect Our Father "2pm Junior Sunday school 3 15 p m Semoi Sunday school and Bible classes 7 30 p m the choir will render the cantata A Joyful Thanksgiving h> Caleb Simper, assisted by an ex cellent orchestra. KNOX tomorrow at 11 a m and 7 30 p m conducted b> Rev Dr Dundonald the morning service Mrs- Brym her DIementary Superintendent of theL International Sunday School As- sociation- will spean. on Child Stud> Evening sub ect Naomi the Beautiful Boys Department of the Sunday School'at 2. Other; Depart- ments and Bible class' at 3 Chinese class at 4 Full choir at both services. Everyone cordially invited. METHODIST 1 WESTMINSTER J B Francis pastor Class meeting at 10 a.m. Morning service .at 11 a. subiect Qivmg Till it Hurts dull ren s topic, The Men s Ov.li at 4 p m t subject "Bn Port in the War W A Bu chanan M P sjcaltcr. M 7 80 Mrs Marv Bryner or Chicago Internation al Elementary S S Supt, will speak on Sunday School work WPSLEY O H pastor; residence, 320 Eleventh street, phonft 401 11 a m Children topic I lie Magic Miif tor Sermon The Mndfl L'agunr 3pm Bible school nnd organt7oi adult classes 7 30 p The Vic taions tot Lilerty under Mos s Music, morning anthem What are Thess by Starter Ep worth League Evening an them I Will Lift Up Mino rjyns by Dr Wcntfleld solo ny Som erton baptism wilt he admm taerl at 4 15 Parents are invited' to1 bring children Hall, Slfc North Sunday at 11 a RoHiemlferiiig the Lord s 7 30 p m Ciospcl meeting Tuesilav, p m Praver and Qtaspcl uicetimj Uvcrjboilj wclcoim, You are careless when you simply ask for "rubber heels" on your boots. ASK FOR CATS R8W 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 treet, North assemble on the Lord's Day for breaking oi bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday, '.45 p.m. QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a glass of Salts before breakfast if your Back "hurts or Bladder Is troubling you. No mail or woman who eats meat regularly can rnaise a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Moat iorms uric acid which escltes the-kidneys, they become over-worked .from me strain, get sluggish and fail to Biter tie waste and poisons from the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all rheuma- tism, headache, liver trouble, nervous- ness dizziness sleeplessness and urin- ary disorders come from slugsish kid- neys The niomentryou feel a dull ache in the kidneys or >our back hurts or if the urine is cloud; offentne full of sediment Irregular of passage or at tended bj a sensation of scalding stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any phar raacy; 'take a in a glass "of water before breakfast arid in a few days your kidneys will act flne This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon jiiK.8 com binod with Iithia and has ibera used for generations to flush and stimulate the also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder weak ness. Jfld Salts is inexpensive and cannot Injure; mates a deiigimm enerves cent lithia-water drink which every; OEB should take now- and keep the kidneys clean and active and.the blood flure, thereby avoiding, serious kidney complications. Sold, by J.'p. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited. Knocker Causes Dutch Mort- Co. Some- Doubts How Would You Look Without Your Hair? gage but is Answered An Easy Way To Stop Head Noises Good Advice For Those Who Fear -Deaf ness Men and -women who are: growing ,iard of hearing and who experience, a stuffy feeling of anst tlielr ear drums accompanied by buzzing rumbling sounds In their heads like water falling or steam escaping.saouM take prompt effective measures to atop this trouble Heanuoises are al most imanablj the forerunners ot complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffor from them con stantly Sometime1) these head noises aecome so distracting and" nerve rack ,ng with their never ctismg hum drive the sufferer almost frantic end complete nenous breakdown and even violent insanity havebe.ea known i result. Thanks to a remarkable scientific discovery made recently In s now possible to lessen tlfe severity of head noises and in a 'very short-time .to completely and permanently overcome, them. With. the disappearing of the head the hearing-also greatly improves nnd very frequently can be restored to normal. This English .leatment is known as Fai-mint and can be easily and safely self aamittis tered nt home. Leading druggists in jjthbrldge and vicinity now have it n stock. Get from your-druggist-1-oz. JaVmlnt (Poitble Strength) Hand mix t at-home with '4 pint .of hot water and 4 oz of granulated sugar- Stir until dissolved and then take one aiblespoonful four times a day" until he noises disappear and hearing.im- proves. Parmint is used., double itrength In this way not only to'-re- dupe. 'uy tonic action, the inflarania- ion and swelling in tho Eustachian use and to equalize the air pros- sure on Uit drum but to correct any. excess Of Kcretions in the middle ear and the results It gives are both re-- tparkably quick and That 1915 will see Southern Alber- ta on the boot tooting it has evc-r been, from aa agricultural and busi- ness standpoint, Is tho opinion ex Dressed in tlio following letter n: a mortgage loan company from Pre- sident i.iarnocll. oi tilt liuuril of Trade. The letter addressed to Pro- ident Marnoch from this company Jhows that someone has been giving Southern Alberta, Kiicl particularly the district around Lcth-hridgc a black Some quitter who has proby.hly made all the lortune he ever possessed rijjiu in the sauie houUiern Al- berta, and has quit when a time ar- rives to fight conditions that are not so favorable to the speculator, has circulated au opinion regarding the country, that is absolutely false. The far-reaching effect of these opinions 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 tile correct means finding out the truth, which A Canadian firm which handles a large volume of 'business in mortgage loans of Dutch moncv in tile wrote to Lethbridge Board oi Trade as J'olloivs: "One of the companies" which we have been making a largo number of loans for in SouthtTn Al- aerta with head office in Holland, has received aovices from so'me ijourcr ,hat there have been practically no crops raised in the Letlihritlge dis- ,rict in the past few years and aro mocking the same very hard, not only to the detriment of your district iut 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 should be, they have never jeen as bad as the statements made to our people in -Holip.nd as we have made, several trips through this sce- :ion ourselves and find in the ma- ority of cases where farmiug was iropeny done that the crops have )een fair even in the last two or .hreo yuurs when things have not )een as good as they should have been. We are writing our Heart Office and going into the matter fully and at cue same time io be uacked with advices received more or less Tom oKlcial sources, as to what crojs ave bsen during the last eight years, say i'rom 1SOG President's EffBctiC't Reply The Piesident nrote in. icpb as fol lows: I have before letter of October IGlii, addressed to our secfe tary- LS'I the points raised-by people in Holland as'.of- consid- erable importance, I have undertaken to reply. Vou ask ahout farming results from 1906 As to, farming on non- irrigated lands, lliere.'have been great increases in results in 1906, '07, '08 ttiiil 09 exceedingly goorl, and that with little effort on the part of farmers so much so that Slip- shod methods of farming became too much the rule. The year 1910, as you know was ji "drv" yegr there had been very little, summer-fallow wori. done for that crop, but -what there was was sufficient to show {that that met-hoi of cultivation.; brought fair crops m a very dry sea- The answer is too serious to contemplate. And yet. every time hair conies out in the combi.ig you are thai much nearer a condition or partial or tfttal baldness. Don't neglect your luiir. It's loss is a calamity, winch deprives woman of her greatest charm. Saves and Beautifies the Hair Dandruff robs the hair of luster and luxuriance- nnd causes it to come out. Hcnc-c one's system of personal cleanliness is. incomplete unless i eludes H reliable, sanitary The fact that tli'oUEauds of ladies daily depend upon Herpicide to keep the hair and free from dandruff is the best possible evidence pi tiie value ot this well-ki prophylactic. It is to those who wisli to make the most of nature's gifts by having lisht, snappy hair that Newbro's Herpicide appeals most strongly. It has ari exquisi fragrance, contains no grease and 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. D. Hig'iiibothain, Special Agent. A POLISH MARKET EM WARSAW An everyday scene city of Warsaw towards which the German army in the eastern theatre war ia pressing.........- lor fall is the S nert best method oi. cultivation. The outlook .for good grain' prices for 1915 is stimulating to close endeavor on the part of the rarnierf In short, while your people may have. to exercise patience in cpllec- tions in some individual igeneral. outlook is, to my mind, I There is evident-feeling of strong resolution among the. farmers to make the best o! t-he'lessqns that experi- their [amjHeS. JCIL As to crop figures up to iai-3, as published by the Department of Ag- uu...v at'1 Edmonton, you are no ;o tarmers thai they must sarry live rtolrtt 5Uppliod with; the official bul- :tr. L a rvit.r.lp Iirtnc nnrf I u. Diirs very' truly, G.' R. Marnoch, President. CZAR, REVOKES HONOR TITLE Oct. Petrograd corresnondent.'of-Renter's Telegraph Co. says .that. Emperor'Nicholas has ordered that-German and Austrian subjects haveibeto granted the hoiioraryl rank Jot' counsellor of com- merce 'be .deprived the; title. mi, ,nl, 1nio j COC6 nas uuu LU ouaj ine uil, and lala all e and imprdve their farms gave good results as to yield, al-1 their holdings' of'live stock, and though banesting weather in h h ca (or themselves, and and 1912 was not by any means! ideal Fuither, the prices foi grain were so low that grain that was not first class, that it was borne home ers thai they must live t cattle, hogs and sheep j -walk it off the farm on the. hoof, if they were to get the best results from' their efforts. m 191-1, the, rainfall ias not coincided well with the growing sea- son and in common with Southern Alberta and Southern Saskatchewan this. district suffered from hot parch- ing winds in July and August. The consequence has been in all places summer-fallow was not out in 1913, ..the crops wece very poor But the yields of wheat on summer fallow have run from 12, 15 to 24 bushels of wheat r.er acre.: Mr C S Noble oi Nobleford, .15 mile from every year, under crop nearly had an average of 38 bushels of wheat for acre in 1913, ami has taken ofi 24j bushels of Wheat- in 1914, from sum- j mer'rfallowed land. J( Both of the lessons 'brought out in these proAedmg live stock and summer been well learned bj our farmers. As to live stock I miv say that of hogs alono tl ere v, ere shipped from this dis- trict in tiie Feb- ruary ml Alarch pf i'191-1, hog ilc for the whole of 1913 the shipments v.ere only hogs. We have three creameries it Lefch- bntjgc and there arc others at -places fu-tl er so ith, turning out largi ijuan- tit us of butter. As to summer-fallow this is now being practised. A word as to what the outlook for 1915 is. You know very v.tll, of course, that to speak of crop pros- pects for i iucceedinj, year is to look Aery far ahead Yet this ma) le s_aid th-1 MMV heivv wet snow that loll early in October all over district, (not loss than twp icct in FIRST YEAR OF WAR I TO COST CANADA. Ottawa, Ont., .Oct. war will cost Canada a bun'dred: million.; dpi-, lars in the first according to a conservative estimate.. .This. amount, of course, Includes not" only'tbe cost of the equipment of the expeditions, but their pay when.on active'-iervlce at home or VANCOUVER MAN PRISONER OF Oct. It that Captain Bertram Denlson, To-, ronto, wiho was erroneously reported killed on August 26, of. ,v ennjls in a Bermau hospital at Le September 15. Second 'Lieut BoltohJ Vancouver, has been, ollcially elared a prisoner of to Germing ej any all slowly and dfBph Into This hail cicolltnt for and it is oMouraims GENERAL HWANG HSINQ Generalissimo ot the Southern China forces, now visiting In the United States, who exprsssedi the oplnlo'1 that the Allies be cessful in war Ho Is ac claimed, as the real active mainspring ot tlu revolution. FOP THE KIDNEYS Sell Well In The United States As Well As Throughout Canada These wonderful their work so well and helping to cure so many a bond of union with our friends to the South. Here arc three letters from various parts oMhe United States, showing Uic demand for Gin Pills, truly Canadian-product which has helped and is.helping thousands of.Canadians to get well. Letters MassachusettSi New York and 1 received two boxes ot your excellent dV-pub' mucli lhat I Am quite pleased with the results. I MR order to my cUt for Koine mr.re but they bavo not ccma in I borrowed a box from a lady friend who 16 also usinffthun. I am'sendinr lor B hates whidi I would ask you to send at. ooot. 19) Street, NEW Yolk. Being troubled with Tny KidneTS and Stdincch, I was reveminended to try Gin Pills: I purchased a box ai.a nbarby druir 41cre and 1 can sincerely and trulht'utlv scv that they be'en.woRilerfuHr and I BUI now Rcling Kplcniiij.'linving nearly iinislird the box.' I'll continue- their use for-a-timo lonirer so that (T41 aj; UM of trouble. GEO.' D1XON :i': 'is N. Y. Aye1.. Whiting, Itid.' Will yeii please send box ef Gin FDla? I Rent for the last bnx, I all crippled tip nitl KlicumalisWl and my face sobodiy swoOattthaC I conM-hardiy see' but after Ukipip about IWt better, and after tabinc th'.m i (OK dijs. I had no more pita. 1 to be without thcra as 1 kavb (ried so many other fills and cot no rnsultsV Htm, KD. DBA1 If you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble, Take Gin Pills If your bact.'TacHesJpr your ant! feet are with Incontinence or of in. the btadtiierSrif tHc hot and scalding, or ccnUini or bnck dnst if you afe subject to Rhemaatiam, Sciatica or Fills will relieve yon. Sold In U.S. as "OINO" Pills. Write w direct nnsl we mil tend Ton i trial tmtBCBt free. Itatlonal ;