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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE FOUR THE L E T H B HI tfG E 1> Y HERALD TUE8DAV, OCTOBEH 26, Jktbbribje %eraU> leifoX'icuK, HiDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: pally, delivered, 11..- year..... Uaily. by mail, per year...... .Weekly, by mull, per year..... TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Oifice 1S52 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Slanasmg Director Business Your King and Country Need You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Week-end war nows lends a some- what aiore cheering aspect to Uie sit- uation in the Balkans, inasmuch as the French troops have been able to inflict a severe defeat on the Bulgar- ians in the vicinity of Strumuitza, a Bulgarian town which is now being threatened. Farther to the north, however, the Bulgars are almost in touch with their Teuton allies. The town of Uskub, a Macedonian point, lias been captured, and it is said that half of Serbian Macedonia is now in the hands of the Bulgars. The attitude of Greece and Rumania is unchanged. Greece Is evidently waiting to see just what force the Al- lies will be in the Balkans. A crisis has developed in the Rumanian cab- inet over the question of war. On the Russian front a determined drive for Riga is being made by the Germans, hut with little success, one despatch statin? that the Russians were able to resume the offensive: The French troops have sained- an important German position on .'the western front and have taken some prisoners. Italy is engaged iu a fierce offen- "sive along the entire front and lias taken many Austrian prisoners. or. An extract from tliit-tipeech la worth recording at, this time: "This little Incident, xvlth which you nro familiar. Is a marvellous illustra- tion of the protection which Great Britain gives to her subjects. The King o.f Abyssinia took a British sub- ject named Cameron in 1S67, and car- ried him up to the fortress of. Mas- data, upon the heights of a rocky mountain, and put him into a dun- geon. II took six months for the Bri- tish to find this out. ..Then Great Bri- tain demanded his immediate release, which King Theodore refused. In less than ten days after his refusal was re- ceived, British soldiers, includ- ing 5000 Sepoys, were on board ships of war sailing down the coasts. disembarked, marched across the ter- rible country, a distance of 400 miles, t under a burning sun, up to the j tains, up to the very heights in front of the towering uungeou; then gave battle, battered down the iron gates in the stone wall, reached down into the dungeon, and Ufled out that one British subject. Then they him down the mountains, across th e, who represented Maine for thirty- yean Senator paid one of the most notable to (ireit Britain Hal been made representative ol a foreign ICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN The Canadian Salvation Army pre- sented-five-motor ambulances ..to the Russian war office. George McAneny, president ol the .Board ot Aldermen of New York Jlr.-Lund-states that Y.M.C.A, for over a year and is cn- 'ging will be'quite general along the; gaged in-connection .with the credit Crow's this winter and the! branch of the Western Canada Lum- indications are that- the labor, as farj her spends most of his time as the lunifoer industry is visiting the different retail yards and will be' fully employed" at good wag- j their customers. The oldest son, Mr. es. Mr, Lund resigned the active man-j Arthur A. Lund is engaged in the agement of. this large manufacturing! logging business.and spends most of company some mouths -ago, but re-'his time, in the woods-and at the tains his interest in the company and i mills. Mrs. Lund is a sister of Mr. will continue to act as resident direc-i James Couzeris of Michigan, tor, the other members ol the boards who is vice-president and' general all live in the States.." manager of the Ford Motor company- Mr. Lund is president'and principal: of Detroit, and is also largely, xe-. owner of the Lund Land-and Develop-! sponsibie for the establishing of the ment Co., Limited, Cranbrook, B. jFord Motor Company of Canada, at. C This company" owns several thous-l Ford, Ontario. Mrs. Lund was horn and la'nd. in-the. Kootcnay in Chatham, Ont., and is of English Valley along the Kootenay Central parentage. Mr. Lund'is-of Swedish Railway, all licing especially picked parentage, he was in Sweden locations. company have made and immigrated with his parents to extensive development'bn some of the-the United States when-nine years Hands owned by them, preparatory to'old, and came to British: Columbia in selling to'desirable' settlers on long' 1836, where he has he moved to. Lethbridge Mr. Liind is of the- opinion that the proceeds of the grain crop and live- stock this year in Alberta would be sufficient, if it could be distributed for that purpose, to pay all the in- debtedness or financial obligations in! the province, save public VOLUNTARY SYSTEM SAVED London, Oct. B. But- Liberal member of Parlia- ment, speaking; at Hackney, siifd that he had discussed the new recruiting scheme with the Earl of Derby, who ij told him that his experience already had convinced him that the voluntary j system would be saved. The Earl of (Derby added, according to the speak- er, that this was something to be proud of, and that he confidently an- ticipated that by the end of November he would have sufficient recruits to meet all requirements. For Piles Pyramid Pile TYrjtment l> Uied At Home and Has Saved a Valt Number from'the Horror of Operation, ics't -permit a dangerous operation .til you have seen what City, will associate himself with the management of. the New York Times. Rev.. Jos. Elliott, rector ot the An- glican parish ot Cataraqui, Ont, and ______._....._ formerly of VinUeek Hill, Cornwall for piles until and North Augusta parishes is dead (Pyramid Pile Treatment can do'for The nine hundred jnen employed on you in the privacy of jour own home harbor and terminal works of the Hudson's Bay Railway at Port Nelson have contributed for machine guns The Welland Young Mm i Christian Association opened a two cam- paign to raise and reports made last night showed subscriptions: total lag The Onllia Town Council dtcidedJ to submit a bylaw to the people on] Nov 17 to raise by debenture 000 for the purpose of reconstructing the municipal building recently de- stroyed by fire. The Minister of Militia received cablegram stating that the Canadian' Remt'mber PilM. No case can be called hopeless un- free trial FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 528 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich Kindy send me a Free .sample Pyramid Pile Trtatmtnt in plain wrapper. Street City...... State___________ hospital contingents sent to the less Pyramid Pile Treatment has danelles were now in a better condi- oeen tried and has filled Letters by tion as regards food and supplies. the score from people who believed Major-General C. C Monro, who is their cases hopeless are in our ales, to take the place of Sir Tan Hamil-'They tairlj breathe the joy of the ton in command of the forces at the I writers Dardanelles has two nephews in Tor- Test Pyramid Pile Treatment vour- onto These are Mr E Wyly Either get a the artist aad A. Monro Oner, I from your drugglsi or mail the cou- barnster. below right away for a perfectly Capt. Laurel Oldfirld, formerly of was killed in action in France toward the last of Septem- ber Capt Oldfield receued his edu- cation at ;-TuolcwelI'i private school, and later was an-undergraduate in Manitoba college.-He went to Kngr land at the age and' finished his schooling at Oxford, specializing in law. The 'Canadian Railway Oveneas Construction corps has finished its work IB Belgium, according to aletr ter received in Winnipeg, and it is expected that they will now be sent either to Russia or Persia in Asia. Minor to construct a railway for the allies. Because he was, under the regula- tion height, William CoBie of Han- over was rejected by the military au- thorities. Some time afterward he roundly walloped a much larger man than himself who hail mad) a ing remark about Canadians Now Sir Sam Hughes haf ordered that he be admitted to the ranks. A special cable states that Sir John Eaton, of Toronto, has offered to the German military au- thorities if they will, set at liberty Hon. H. S. Beland, M.P. for Beauce, who was in Belgium on his honey- moon, when the war broke'out, and was later arrested..while, acting'in a medical capacity with the Beliians. He is now in a German prison. DIABETES .CURE ANNOUNCED Cleveland, is announc- ed.as a positive oure been developed by the Rockefeller Foundation: ot and is to.be given to the world in the next issue of the American Journal of Med- ical Science Lakeside Hospital, of. this to- gether with Johns lr Hopkins (Balti- more) .Presbyterian Hospital, has peh' formed work on patients which has convinced the .'inundation that the; cure is effective. -The work has also" been done in New York and Rochester hospitals. The announcement is made that the basis of the remedy is bicarbonate o? sodLum, with a siral! amount of salt. In extreme cases the treatment mas- be given hjpodennlcally There has also been developed: in the experi- ments made here an'analyiis of.blood that will determine "the" presence of diabetes in the patient before the ur- inal test will give results. .This env ables the physicians to begin use of the new remedy, before'the disease has gained much headway. Dr. H. F. personal phy- sician of John D Rockefeller, in dis- cussing the cure, said: "There is no question of the effi cacj- of the treatment The results of the. many experiments, here and In Baltimore have proved this The most extreme cases have 'responded to the remedy. The use of the sodium and salt remedy with careful dieting will bring the patient back to -normal conditions, and then the rest Ig simple" -1 i Good for 11 on For Best Results, Absolute Safety and Quick Returns ship your grain to JAMES RICHARDSON SONS PHONE US FOR DAILY QUOTATIONS HYDE SAUNDERS r P.O. Box 112 District Agents NEW MACHINES MAD! IN LCTHIRIDOE Wt hive Into minufKtvrlra. and have far Mle DEEP WELL HAND PUMPS With ttiU Dump a child eta, bump from a well u with the ordinary m 36-foot BURR GRINDERS frai" fer Grinder Invited to nuchlnw. Made ty G. KWCHEL, DM UUiWMw Irw LlmUM." FOR A PINE FOREST People with bronchitis, asthma, and lung troubles benefit very much by living amongst Pine trees. Why? Because they breathe the healthy aroma of the Pines. Peps contain beneficial Pine essences, together with their medicinal ingredients; and for tar. you may bring Into your home a veritable Pine forest. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when out into the mouth turn Into healing vapors. These arc breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial swallowed down to the stomach, which is not ailing. Try a 50c. box of Peps for your cold, your cough, bronchitis or asthma. AH druggists and stores or Peps Co., Toronto, will supply Ford Touring Car Price Us performance is bigger than its price'. Wlinl' uny other motor car'will-'do, (he Ford will more. Yet it is the lowest-priced real motor car on the market. Because our output is "set this year at cars, we are able'.to sell the dependable Ford at so low a The Runabout is now the Town .Car f.o.b. Ford.-Ontario. All cars comiiletely electric headlights. Equipment does not include speed- ometer. Get particulars.from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE- S. PHONE 633. FIGHT OR PAY EVERY DOLLAR SUBSCRIBED- to the Patriotic Fund means a little more of joy, a little more of comfort, a little more of warmth and a little more of hope and happi- ness to the anxious wives and families of the brave men who are fighting our battles in the cheerless trenches in France and Belgium WE CAN'T ALL BE ONE OF THEM- but we can all do our bit" at home THINK OF THESE THINGS- and subscribe as .freely, as you can to the PATRIOTIC FUND when they call upon you. ;