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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY; SKPTEMBER 2, THE DAILY HERALD OUR NEW ALLIUS. Till': ROYAL FAMILY OF KOUMANIA. n- Premier Bratiaho, Conservative Leader Fllipesco ami Liberal f Roumania three leading stateame the Princess Patricia of Connaught. GOTO On Labor Day, Mon. Next Under auspices of Leth. Trades and Labor Council BIG PARADE in Morning, starting at 9.30 from cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. SPORTS STAMPEDE in the Afternoon at Exhibition Grounds, commencing at 1 o'clock sharp Aureii, jjiiKu ui jiiiiuuuibu. i d Queen Sophia of Greece of Queen Victoria of Spain and BLACK WHITE .-T4JN" 10 Mlgs Kathleen Mason, 359 19th. St. North, is in receipt of a letter from Cecil B. Race, registrar of Alberta University in which he congratulates her on 'the fine showing she mado in her matriculation examinations, and offers her a 525 scholarship for jun- ior matriculation provided she decides to attend tha university this fall Miss Mason 4 pupil of the I eth bridge schools BRUTAL MURDER AT, OTTAWA Ottawa, --Core} a young farmer of East Templeton Que. almost 1 Iliad In front of a Yoijk street hotel last night it is alleged by- a .blow from a pitcli fork in the of Sergeant Pitrfck Malonej of Oitaxva police force The iccused was arrested at his home shorth aCter the killing Tin, attark wis and hone'of witrieases saw an> altercation; (From Our O Stirling, Alls R W Patterson lias sold his line ranch nf 1420 acres, two ir.ilea south t-st of Stirling to lioht. Slater, of Williston, N. Dak. The price WEI 548000 the price in eluding the crou .is hai veiling and marketing, but no stock or ed'ailiraent. versity training. Mr. Patterson came The d'eal was made by Angus Har- rison, of Lethhrldge. Mr. Slater) takes possession on liarch 20th, ,1917 He has a famih of three children, the eldest belig T joung min of lirsity training Mr Patterson came to Canada seven veirs from North (Dakota and fa that time brought his farm into a fine state of cultivation and built un large nerds of horses, cattle and sheep He ill tends to remain m Canada and as tie i retains possession of his stock he I may conclude to tr> a ranch in a new locality. He was seen jesterdaj at the Raymond fan m a pleasant. state of mind becoming to one who has a large pocketful of new The warm ueather of the last lev, days has brought the grain forward rapidly and some harvesting has been done 'on nearly even farm The crops are being gathered without in jury of any Mni1 the quality the very highest If the farmers are a little nervous lust now it is nnt so much a woir, about the harvest as exasperation al the plague of mosquitoes. .The mos- quitoes of New lersev have a repu tation for bigness and bofdness, but taton or for pure blood thirstmess, the little Alberta species has no equal on the After washing dishes a rub with Old Ehitch makes the J sink as clean dishes Chicago, Sept. Predictions of world-wide peace to be brought out through the influence of the United States and Canada was suggested by Sir James Aitkins, president of the Canadian Bar as- in an address at the American Bar association ban- quet here last night. "You may some time be able to proclaim he said, "but 'not for this war.1 and the United States may, some time, ajld in some way. speak, and it will prevail." GOOD WORK FOR WOMEN The Woman's Medicine Proved Worth. When Lydia E. Pinkham remedies were first introduced, their, curative powers were dotfbted and had to be proved But the proof came, and grad- ually the use of them spread the earth's surface whole country. 'Now that hundreds of The stock market is quite active thousands of women have experienced of fat steers p.nd sheep i tte most beneficial effect from the.iiss daily .recorded A M Steed sold _siv i rf Aae their ,aiue has be- Iv steers from the ran-e Mr Steel generally recogniied, and Lydia nnd Lewis Merger brought In from is Calgary several carloads of cattle medicihe for.women. ed I The following letter is only one of ch the Ecnooi m me rroj nist the thousands on file in the Pinkham Several of the -unl schools are i office, at Lynn, Mass., proving that present without teachers Lydii E Pmkham's Vegetable Com- __________________ pound is an article of fjreat merit as shown by the resulti it produces. -t "When I beganUk- ing Lj uia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gom- See Programs for Further Particulars Famous Kilties Band of 38 pieces and Miners' Band in Attendance Admission, SOc Children Free For. further information apply to H. MORRIS, Secretary, (Alexandra Hotel, j J. 'M. RITCHIE President: G.'M. HARRIS, (Chairman of A. E. FILMER, (Chairman of Parade and SMEED, (Chairman of R. BARROWMAN, W, HAWKINS, R. McCALLUM, or A. ALLFORD AND C.. PEACOCK, THE RED CROSS SOCIETY AND THE I. O. D. E. W ILL SUPPLY THE REFRESHMENTS ON THE GROUNDS, AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND WILL of NETT PROCEEDS of ENTIRE GATE HUNS SHORTEN LINE IN WEST SOON London, Sept. in financial and; other quarters in close touch with Holland have elicited the fact that the belief prevails in well informed circles there that Germany probably will shorten her line in the west before long.. MONTENF.GRIN KING ON ITALIAN FRONT Paris, Sept i, (4.45 ______......____ ______ Nicholas of Moult "no left Paris j nd j with a difplacement, last ragrtt to-TtiH, hero he will the Ausfro-Italion baltlefron! On leturp to Fianrc he i ill pay to, the British and BelgiiM armies ___my was in a general run down condition: I would havethe head- for a week and my back would so bad wlien 1 would bend down I JUDGF GARROW DEAD I Toronto Ane 11 Hon Juitice H waa OntJjuo Biniremp court sinre 180f She saw an advertisement of your med- diod SUMeflH lomn tfn Ine'train at, cine tnd tried it and got better; She AHandalP, on way fro i Muskokp me what it had'done for her, and to hli homp i Tcionto He hid been j taken only two bottles of In poor heiltb for sdme time Pinkhttm a Vegetable .Com Secretary Oliver of tr-e Khaki lea- gue, is now receiving from militia de- Ipartmcnt, Uia nominal rolls .of the various Canadian units that have gonr I to the front Theae will br kept 01 I file b> Mi Oliver as thej are received and information legarding any offl- 'xei, non com or man of these units as I to regimental number, name and rank name and addi ess of of kin, coun- I ti j of birth, pltce nnd date taken oil strength and place, ship and date of embarkation can be had from him. Ad- ditional rolls will he i eceived from time to time. The following are the units he now has information of. Register 1 1st Battalion and 1st Infantry Bri- gade Headquarters. 2 2nd Batt.'JIpn. 3 3rd Battalion. 4 4th Battalion 5 Battalion nnd 2nd Infantry Bri gadc Hoadduarters. 7 7th 2nd Infantry Bri- gade ters S 8th Battalion Battery. No. 1 "Auto-Machine Gun Brigade. Royal Candlan Horso Artillery. 3rd Canadian Mounted Regiment 1st Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles. 7th Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles (C 49 9th Regiment Canadian Mounted Rifles. 50 Lord (Royal Canadians) 51 Royal Canadian DrafooM. 52 Divisional CavaUy, 63 Remount Depot. 54 Divisional Engineers. SB Signalling Section Canadian Engi- neers (1st and 2nd Reinforcing Drafts) 56 Canadian OvereeaB Railway Con- struction Corps. 57 Railway Supply Detachment. 58 Divisional Supply Column M.T. 59 No. 1, Divisional Train. Divisional Ammunition 61 Depot Unit of Supply. 62 7, 8, 9 Depot Units of Supply C.A.S.C. 63 Railway Supply Details, 64 Field Baking and Field Butchery C.AiS.C. Second Reserve C A S C 2nd Divisional Cyclist Corps, i Divisional Company, 1st Divisional Signal Conipgny, 2nd Divisional Signal Company. 3rd'Divisional Signal Company. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Field Ambulances. No.-1 Qeneral Hospital No. 2 General Hospital and Ad- vance Depot Medical Stores. No. 1 Stationary Hospital. No. 2 Stationary Hospital No. 1 Clearing Hospital. No 2 Caaualtv Clearing Station. No. 'i Casualty Clearing.Station, i 78 Onlario Military Hospital C A Army Medical Corpi (Reinforce Nursing Sisters. Nursing Sisters Rei nf Drafts. Duchess of Connaught's Canadian Red Cross! Hospital. Canadian Aimy Dental Corps (and 1st Reinforcing Hfejjle Pnwdtr COStf no the Unit. For buy Mufld tint, ;