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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fSeparator Burns Up Near Bardeti ''Burdett. Oct 2b - \ meeting was held here lai't Tiiuibjay to inaugurate the Patriotic Fund cartipaign. The -gathering was addressed by Hon. A. J. McLean \ representative commit^ tee w as afip'ieio ot*�i maIs werc .captured hL-helsj^^B.-atste Irom 110 acreage* - 4 separator belonging toi?*Tyers, Anglican clergy-r i Large numbersiof London ladies, senHty the-Women's National Political League are giv-to Spring !'ing badly needed help to' Uie Worcestershire hop. growers. A hospital has been erected near the Brbsi1 was ^totally destroyed by fire scene to look after any ailments" of the workers/ who camp right out in the fields, last Saturday night. It is believed to' or I yrirhld Pile-Treatment.'U Used At Home and Has Saved, a Vast '* Number from the Horror of Operation." " have been caused by ti e high wind which prevailed that evening. RECTOR DE8CRIBED AS PUPPET OF BISHOP THE RICH .... Philadelphia,' Pa.-Astonishing denunciations of the. Right Rev. Philip M. Bhinblander, Bishop of the Protestant- Episcopal diocese of Pennsyl- s-for piles. until you have seen .what old PUe Treatment'can do for. lyou in tho privacy of'your own home. V Don't permit a dangerous operation rania, and of-a .Vestryman and form �,ejr. lay readers.:?off his congregation, were disclosed .yesterday at the opening of the ecclesiastical tria'i of the Rev. George. Chalnjers Richmond, rector of St. John's^llpiscopal Church. "Bishops, priest! and pastors who hate Rome, or, act%ike English ecclesiastical snobs, dudes and, dandies, have no place within our ranks,'' Dr. Rich-t mond wrote to his* Bishop. "You,- sir, are afraid to act-in any way moraviy or' spiritually -supjeiior to the canons, .because, you'owe T FREE SAMPLE COUPON g, PYRAMID , DRUG COMPANY, aS^^ramid Bldg., Marshall, Mich.  '^Klndy a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment In plain wrapper. i \' The apple evaporator owned by Mr. L. K. Shourds at 'the village of Wellington was burned. ' William I. English, Belleville, was sentenced to the penitentiary for three years on charges- of stealing articles ol clothing from clothes lines. m m 1 filli-llillflii�f; " Photo shows .Greek' cavalry riding down a &&eet of Sajoniki. It is reported that the allied expeditionary force landed there is Jo assist Greek troops against the Bulgarians in - case of hostilities. . :.' - -;. ' ' ',JJ ' Rottenness Exposed inRegina Inquiry Says Opponents are Unfair and Partisan Our Designs this Year are tasty works of the Engravers'Art Call and look them over. The Lethbridge Hera Id ^NADIAN Pacifi CANADIAN Pacific CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS TO Great Britain .Jii^EilY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES ^V^-*a^' FROM k* ^%CAJUOA�Y,' EDMONTON, ;v'*iTOTCNAY LOG. AND EAST fel^JIp^liNeCTION WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 8.�. UNES fe$4^^"(d!n sale from November 15th to T3e-fe^^^-'cember 31st, 1915, and good fp^llplp*^ .for five mjonths.,......, � . a^^Tflitolifc^TANDARD AND TOURIST ^;^l^]S^EEPIN(^'CARt, JeU an^trnU infomation at all Canadian Pacific Rallway.Officea t;;&3mmU*i:U.Cnc**% Agent, %hbrldae. \ pm^^^::-mW^n. DAWSON,' Dlatrlet Paiienaer'Agent, Calgary. Regina : The Regina X>eadex, the chief Liberal Morgan in Saskatchewan, i this morning publishes the following summary of the evidence brought out � before the Davidson inquiry, ? which sat here last week. 1-That twenty-three carloads of hay, purchased by one, Mitchell, and charged against" the government as having been-delivered to the remount commissions depot were delivered. � �  .�. 2-That- ,of these eight carsviever existed, in fact, and fifteen carV, were mitt*i diverted and resold to other points, UI1"M!0. 3-That almost criminal carelessness existed/in the office of the-remount commission depot, making possible forgery of weigh bills, diversion of feed cars-, > padding of accounts and dealings generally incapable vol: explanation. ..p.-' 4-The appointment of J. A, West-man, Conservative candidate'fpr this federal riding,to the pis.tion^oi secretary and bookkeeper to the,;commis-sion, of a man in whom WillvGrant, .the 'officer commanding the mobilization station had no confidence; 5-Knovtcdge possessed byi'J'. A. Westman and Will Grant that-something-was wrong and yet no attempt made by either ofsthem to take-steps to correct any evils that might; exist beyond the writing of a the minister of militia. �*v'!>:-'-' What Happened Saturday Toronto, Oct. 25.-A warning that those opposed to union' of the- Presbyterian, Methodist, and Congregational denominations Into the United Church of Canada are circulating what'are stated to be "unfair and partisan" pamphlets in connection with the ballot of the communicants and adherents of .the Presbyterian church is contained iifean open letter-now temg sent out officially on behalf of the general assembly's com-on church union (Presbyter- Mrs.H. VON RODEN J LYNDON, KY. Reconunends LyHia; E. Pink? ham's Yegetab}&Cdtnpoun4 for Backache, Nervousness, Headaches. Lyndon, Ky.-'^ haVe been taking Lydia&Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for headaches, neuralgia pains, backache, nervousness and a general ran down condition of the systern, and ani entirely re-r.Ueved of these trouh)�i. T recommend According to the Leader, ihe^hietyour remedies to-my'tfriehds and giVe DV:tne generaj ^assembly an happenings before the commiBsjo^ibn "you permission to publlih?*hlt I write. V _2Uf ^ *h�->-**wc�*'- I* has Saturday were as follows : ^S^j ^-B�rs. H. Von Rodw, Lyndon, Ky. I m for the persons who have ctTrL n�& Sbwfp riSvlfe -.Whenawom.n'lilftW.'VoaRodea Unarles Davidson to Will Grant:/,for .1 __,,_i, ,.w . his insolent and contemptuous man- � *T S enough to wntorach a lew ner of speaking to his superior� tfr^as ^ve for.,|rablU^ion, sha er, Col. MacRae, head of the remount ,hon,Jd *le?** *!e ^v*n c^fdi.t toT  8�>- department, now on active'service at fer� desire to help other suffering women, the front. " *" - - lor we aasure you there-is no other rea- 2-The ' impertinent manner ' with W"X �he should court sdeh publicity, which Will Grant replied to, -ques- Ca^nadikn Woman'a Experiencei turns put by John Thompson, K'.C, n*t fittingly discussed by the general assembly and other remain- . . . prepared this unfair and partisan pamphlet to adopt a policy that is a shame to all who are concerned therein." . for November on Sale irh?> quality and variety of the November li�ft of Vidlor Records will be a revelation to-you-more thari that;; it will be a dehght. They ,go pii sale today. , tlut% a few are mentioned to give you a bint of, what to expedfci You ctn Master's Voice"'dealer in any town or city In Canada. GalMn today! Two excellent ten-Inch, double-aided Victor Record* af A 9tc for the two selections: The SwMmI Gbl ia Moatany Jm. Reed- My Sw�*l Adairv J�.R�d-).F.Hii,i�.j Pal M*'k> Sl��r With u Cld-FMkiMed Motedy ) " / \ � - ItvIaiRaufmemiV I76H HoaeyaiaeacWb ' Aaitiie�lQjaitt) A "Wonderful Dance Record and another.f'Pletro- ;'f-'�'��y��>"�� j ' ; Accordion seleAion: :f. h:.��.��>� RoMlit^-Waat �Petdiia^'akx McK�e'� Oichcam McKee'i Orehetti* Jjj^gj II Cueniay SeWlwa t Tuaquillo Overture (Accoidioa) (Accardion) . PienaDcua) PicnoDtiMJ iS4M ;j'-:-Tliree Red Sealt of Surpassing Beauty -Scteuto Jaba McCanuek,Tenai-FfilzKnnlci,Vialiakl �72� T^Ltal6^d'j I jfy I [ -EvaaWilliaaii/ 74453 Vicftrola IX $66.50 - WttbIStaa-faaVdaaMt-alMVfc�arRacai*06idiftlaai.itmavackalea) Sold on easy payments, if desired Other Vkbobu from $21.00 to $255 (oa eaty . paymenli, if dewed), and ten-iaeh, double aided Victor Record* at 90c hot two �electiaH at any "His Matter Woke" dealer in any town or dry in Canada. Write for free copy of ow 450-page . Mufical Encyclopedia Msg over 6000. Vida, Recoids.' , BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. ��� LIMITED 1 Lenoir Street, Montreal DEALERS IN /EVSRY TOWN AND CITY Be sure and look for this trade mark. Victor Reoerda-Made in Canada-Pahoeke Hone PndM Mason ] & Risch, Phone 791. 21: WESTERN BRANCHES. 404 6th Street South. Sir Wilfrid Is Not Resigning si ~ 3-The caustic comment of- ,Mr. Thompson on learning froni Qrant that although he (Grant) knew of in-competincy of the secretary, of the commission, ho (Grant) felt ihat it wasn't his duty to complain"1 to his suptrior officers, Mr. Thompson's comment being "it is your du^jtsir, as officer in command of the mobilization station, in Regina to complain of the incompetence of the secretary of your commission^* "'-' 4-That there was a shortage . of oats in tbe amount charged, toi the government valued at over "$2,800, for which, no explanation was. Jprth-comihg. - " * , 5-Intimation by Sir Cbarl s vDav-idson � that the" Operation s' and? eVl-.dence of WU1 Grant^plax�d .him-ip;'a very unf^vprahle light. t, \ . Kx-Mayor Jobu' Straw* of. Toronto, was appointed County Clerk of York county.  - to tell you that I do $ not have those weak spells and I feel like a'new wonian since taking Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetal ble Compound. I am now well, and strong and can do my own housework. I dp pot take medicine of any kind. Ottawa; Oct. 26.-Liberal headquarters at the capital deny a report published in several, morning papers, to the effect that at the conference held here yesterday, Sir Wilfrid Laurier tendered his resignation as leader of the party: On the contrary, Liberals who attended -the conference, say that the question of the pai'tv leadership was not mentioned and that as long as Sir Wilfrid Laurier is able to remain, in' harness-there is no possi-hilHy vol vchange.': They .also assert that as a result of the recent operation which the ex-premier underwent for: the removal 61 an ulcerated condition of the i&Yii his health is better than, it has been ;for some; time past. ' . . If tom want Mn^al adviM write to -USINQ AtBERTA GASOLINE . AlXWkSSVmmSi^tmLl& Te �i�H"9� Pe reflnejj in SSJSSS ibuf*tt2&Sl Alberta is now 6n the market in Hi*h t**Siiy^Ssf&M^SSLSS fc- � RlveP- sa'rs the Times- �n "count he opened, n>ai art anawered by * 0( tne bt d6raand for gastfiine for .woman and beldis �M�t ceaUesc*. threshing purposes, there'is now a THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE . JOHN A1RD. General Manacer �' H. V. F. JONES. Aee'tGeneral Maaaawr V. C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Wcitera Btancbea ,/ ^7 C4PIT.i $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 BANKING BY MAIL f Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Gommeree to be operated by mail, and will revive ijHesaine * carefuh-attention as is given to all other departmentsof the Bank's business. Money mayybe deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a persoiial visit to the Bank.  ' Wfil Lethbridge Branch - R. T. Brymner, Mgi shortage,, and when ..George Young found he was- not.vgoing to have enough to supply the demand he made a flying trip to the Southern Alberta oil well, and contracted for their total output' tWlhla supply-would arrive. He now has teams hauling from the weH� and the gasoline is givlng^perfeot aat-(Bfaction where it has' heen 'used. .It / is being used at the Ford garage, and works as well as the gasoline from the older companies. > >r ^ . BAKING POWDER.I ^.^he only well letewii anJji^a^i pelaea^f : baking pawtfay-- ;