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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LBTII BRIDGE-DAILY HERALD SATl 'RDAVi SEPTEMBER 1915 Canada's New Knight of the Bath (By H. F. Gadsby) Otlawa. Out., Sei'l. return of .MajoPUeuenrf Sir Sam was cagei'iy awaited at the capital, Now that Canada's War Lord has SEAL BRAND COFFEE Canada's Best In 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. takes'V (lie Hon. Just naturally hurt to include MajopGeu- oral Sum, who is the chtef defender of the realm in these parts. Every- body knows lie Is because-he bus said i so himself, and besides we havo Lonl I plucked the ultimate honor, and has jb.-eome a Knight Commander of the Roberts' word for a that lie Is the iliath with H syeeial cyv, nu doubt, toisreatest driving force HI Such the sanitation of the army, it was fell i being Uu- case. bam that he outfit to-wt back to business hardly be left out of the 4hm unless lie wanted Actins Minister ol knights Miliiia UnishiwU to supplant him in the hearts of his countrymen. Senator Loviglieed has dono very well, indeed, his incumbency of the office. The machine gun move- ment took sham- under his guidance. a'Jso ihe disablement fund, ami. ono line of knights whom' 1'remioi IJorden is more or less erins about htm. And even at that, one does not suppose that Major-Gen- eral Sam surrendered witaout'a.striig- Later reports will show that be was lured lo Buckingham-. Palace, and that King George it on him when he wasn't 'looking. This often hap- pens where considerations of state are involved. Some of the scream more than others, but all are ultiimutiy persuaded that it is for the erea, moderaUon of .UUm.nl'. a Maior-General. and must conse-1 .luenily Mow a louder born. Where Title Will Help The cable dispatches indicate that in time he will get used to his title. Sir Sam was made a Knight as a He will find it specially serviceable in way or another, the locum teuens from I'algary. has displayed enough I originality and inspiration to cause I ?ir Sam to look to his laurels. That i Senator Longheed has likewise (Us- Knight salve to his wounds, ar.U an answer to his critics, just as .1 Garter was hastily attached to Lord Kitchener to keep his reputation from failing. it. It wii'i do much to overawe Ottawa, where no five o'clock .tea is complete without one. The Rideau club will think all the of him for the j Kven Lord Xorthcliffe's newspapers are bound to keep their hands off a person's Garter, Similarly, the Oppo- sition press will respect Sir Sam's if they don't they ought to. Why He Forsook Democracy This is a pretty theory, but it fails arm-chair generals, smoking-room ad- mirals and "high-ball colonels, who make the capital their headquarters. One way and another he wiri find it a handy thing to have in his clothes. It may chafe him-at first, "out the long- er he uses it the better he'll like it, j and the odds -are a hundred to one HOW tONG WILL THEIR LAST? War Ag.ir.l Health I. By .Kdmonton, Sept. io the the gathering, in of the crop there is more or less in- .teresf'in the results of the season j i isofar as the municipal hail insur- ance'scheme is conccrni'd. WiJe Ilia hail board is not directly under gov- ernment control, being itn organiza- tion subject to the munici- palities throughout the provinces its success is of considerable concern to the government us tlirr? is every dis- [csition to wish the venture well. There had been so much complaint ibout the eductions of the old line companies, the municipal venture was tarted with a view to giving the fanners a chance to handle the busi- ness for themselves and to handle it at the lowest possible cost, t Had Surplus I The year lOl-l was the first test! FROM THE ORIENT TO YOUR TEA-TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SALADA" PACKAGE V'ILL ENLIST MINERS IN B.C. j to convince anybody who knows what j against his ever mailing- it. back to London. Sept. British gov- an ingrained democrat Sir Sam is. It i King George as a misfit. Fierce Rath- ernment has appointed Thomas Cape j took at least two overpoweriu sons to change his mind. One proba- was that everybody else was do- cals wiK tell you that a knighthood is as disfiguring as a wart and as pain- ful as a corn, but it isn't. You can take Sir Sam's word for it, that after the Cumberland Miners' lion ?nd 3Ir. Baird. Scotland, of the mine owners.! In? tlie last four years four Ca- 10 visit British Columbia ai an early nadian Cabinet Ministers have offer-1 the first feeling of revulsion is over, date for the purpose of enlisting rain-1 ert themselves on the altar of knight-) and your system has got accustomed ers to come over to this country un- der a scheme recently agreed upon between .the British and Canadian goverriiaeats. George': Gallagher was electrocuted at the: Si eel f Plant of Canada, Ham- ilton." I hood, not to mention titles that have been passed around among their friends. And other probably was the settled policy cf the Borden gov- ernment to have ti first and second, line of cabinet defence consisting en- tirely of Knights. This line, which will, be gradually extended untiv It to it, the things is not grows on you, so to .npleasant. Ii speak, like a cauliflower ear or the tobacco habit. Sir Max Aitken's account of the short, sharp struggle in Buckingham Palace, which terminated in the knighting of Sam Hughes has not been written, but when ii comes to SASSffS PURE OLIVE OIL Now On The Market Diseases which are ptculiarly cured, by the Sasso's Medicinal Olive Oil and othdr caies for which it is highiy reeommended: Anaemia Arthritis (chronic and arthriti- cai- pains) Appendicitis Done diseases Disease '-Bronchitis (catarrhal. chronic) Dysentery ach Consumption Convalescence Coughs and Colds 'Debility Derangement of th Diabetes' Dilatation of the stomach Dytpepsia Eczema ElmintiasiB Enteritis Epilepsy Gall trouble Gout (emaciation- from) Grlppi Heacfaohe' Heart Disease Hysteritis Intestinal catarrh Insomnia Liver trouble Gal. Kidney trouble Malnutrition Measles Nephritis Nervous Diseases Nervous Prostration Neuralgia Neurastenia Nursing Old. Age Disorders Paralysis (articular, chronic, rhenni'atic pains) Rickets .Scrofula "Skin1 Diseases E Stomach's Burning 'Stotir Teething Treatment of the skin Tuberculosis '.Ulcer (gastric) Ulcer of the stomach Whoopinj Cough New Brand Of Superior Quality Highest Grade Ever Produced Carload Brought to Lethbridge Last Month, and Now For Sale By All Grocers And Druggists food. It Keeps Sassp's Olive Oil is a stimulates and builds up Splendid for -delicate people, person healthy, For medicinal.purposes take in the morn- ing before .breakfast: any quantity can be taken. frying potatoes, fish, Sasso's-is fine for etc. Try Sasso's and you. become a rcjru- lar user of olive oil. Marinaro Macaroni Co. Lethbriflge, Alberta. Solo Agents for Western CanaJu. MRS. DEWOLFE J-1 t M i Uirl our 1s S "It is with great pleasure that I write to tell you of the wonderful benefit I have received from taking- j 'Vruit-a-Uves'. For years! wasa dreadful sufferer from Constipation c.nd J-fead- acht'S) and I was miserable in every way. Nothing iu the way of medicines seemed io help me. Then I finally tried 'Fruit-a-iives' and the effect was splendid. After taking ono box, I feel like a new person and I am deeply gjve reasonable expectation thuukful to have relief from thoso-j leaving a snug balance in the trea- sickening j sury. The policy has been amply jus- Mrs. MARTHA DEWOLFE. tilifl the medicine j J made from fniit juices, hits relieved more sufferers from Consli- pdion, Stomach, Lti't-t; Kidney and Troubles than any otter medicine. iiOc. a box, G for trial size, 25c. ANGLICAN me through wilh a; gT" Canon MurrelMVright, Rector, Holy iHUlIt.lt-11 .----J the polity 01. the board ;is it is not nnmrannior, g Sunday School, 'expected that the fanners arc going jioniimx service, H a.m.; to tax themselves (or the mere lux- Bv ;so; 7.3n p.m. ury of piling up surpluses. It ST City's ol 5th Are. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion' every Silnday mornins at 8 a. m. Choral 'Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the; month lit 11 a. in., and on all High, Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4lh Similar at 11 a.m. Simdav school and adult thought .advisable, however, to im- pose a tax smile-tent to cover cverj- possible demand and at the same, of tllis >'car's At all dealers or sent on receipt of prica by Pruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. hand it will be a prose epic in the best Morning Post style. Sir Max Aitken is the Canadian Eye Witness, and his duty is to chronicle Canadian actions at the front, of which this is one of the most brilliant. This is a subject after his own heart, and Sir a- so politic. It struck this year where Seventh street there was no hail last vear and the fnue South; Rev. Ca non W _ V. McM 1- spots which suifereil heaviest in 19U Hector.-Sundaj. September practically escape.! harm this year, i Anniversary of the Institution of St. Argyle municipality in the Clares- holm 'district for example had Tittle or no damage in 19H a large acreage was badly punished. A peculiar feature of the devastation was that the storm hit the belt which was popularly supposed to he immune. While 'these storms arc hard on the individuals affected and make inroads Cyprian's Parish; Special sermons will be-preached by Hev. Canon Me- ind this vear 'Milieu at-the morning. 11 a.m., and evening, 7.30 p.m., services. Hols- Communion at 830 a.m. Sunday PHEC3YTERIAN Rev. A. H. De- noon, manse 1210 Uh Ave. S., phone 402. Services tomorrow at 11 a. m. WBSTMINSTKR-13th Street N., Rev. J. ii. pastor. Service! tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Class meeting nt 10 CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN' ClUJKCl! Corner 3rd Avc. and Sth .Hev. W. G.. Asher, pastor. Services tomorrow 11.30. Evening sermon, 7.30. 10.30 Bible school. Morning sermon BAPTl'sT FIRST UAI'TIST D. Ross, pastor, Services at 11 a. in. and 7..'JO p.m. Noon, tr.e Bible school and adult class. -Morning sub- ject, "Work." Evening subicct, "Vic- tory through sacrifice." CHRISTAOELPHIANS CHRISTADELl'HIANS Meet in the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2ml avenue south. Wednesdays at S p.m. Bible-class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the Lord's" death, and i at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim- the plad j tidings 01-the-Kingdom of God. Suh- i "Turkey's troubles and ap- j proachine disappearance. Russian and 'British Rivalry in the latter days." All seats No collection. the hail board treasury they not seriously affect the general crop and 7.30 p.m. His Sisters' Class at; LUTHERAN ll0 12.30. BIR Brothers' -Class and Boys'j .ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHETIAM Department 3.00. Other departments. Siith Avs. an1 Max may be expected to excfi him- results of the province. Alberta far- o[ school and Adult Bible, street.: Rov.'C. Grant, mill- self not onlv because a great occa-Lmcrs arc garnerins the greatest dass :i uo Qliincse class 4.00. Pastor! jstcr. -Sunday school al 3 p. m. rcrop in the history of the province. at both scrvices. Full choir at each No scrvices I service, everyone welcome, school and Bible classes at 3 pm. sion engenders noble words, but be- cause it was Sam made him Eye-Wit- ness, and he has got to do something to earn his money. As Sir Max gets to the front about once a. i custom of the War Office being to in- i dulgti in conducted tours I for impatient war j is only natural that he should fall hack on London as the mam thentre i of action, and the Knighting of Sir I Sam as an event of historical signifi- cance, to be described with great wealth of detail. lAll. Canada can say to Sir Max is io go .to !t. The 3am Habit This country cannot hear, and, ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- B. C.( Sept. 2. Fire ren's service, ftt ''Hi evening service 'ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth nvcnuc and Tenth slreetl Rev, Fath- er'Rosen thai, Fr. Min- vicc at II a.m. Regular monthly in-jwegiri, assistant. Children's Mass at tnrcrssorv ss'rvice. Kvchihg service atj 5 a.m. "and Migli Mass "at 10.30 a.m. 7.30, subjc'-H, ''When labor comes to j Sunday school at 3 'p.m.' Evening i sur- lier own. .tumor Sunday school at 2; vice at 7.30. Sermons at1 each service, senior Sunday school at 2Jfl. CHRISTIANrsciENCE TRINITY CHURCH HARDIE- j FIRST CHURCll OF CHRIST T. T. Kaichney. Ser- SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh vices for Sunday, Sept. 5 Child- itreet. Service at eliven a. m. Wed- yesterday morning destroyed the threshing outfit at the farm of G. P. Tisdale on St. Mary's prairie. fact, never has had a chance not to The farm was rented by Chas. Stev- who, had just commenced thrcsh- hear, too of Sam Hughes. others were silent Sam always spoke up for himself, which -was the reason- able course, because who could know ihe facts better. It is only fair to Sir Sam to say that he never under- stated the facts. He. extenuated noth- ing that could glorify. 'Sam Hughes. He made it clear that he did not hate himself, and then 'left you to draw your own conclusions. Outside 01 demonstrating that the other fellow jwas a liar and a chicken thief, Sam j instituted no invidious comparisons. He let it go at that. A plain, unvar- .t-7.30. Sunday-school at 2.30. St. Matthew's Pres- byterian "on'iirch; "Sabbath school, Jl a. m.; evening service at 7.30. A. M. McLeod, pastor. testimony mcetiil, 8 METHOD1ST WESL'EV 0. residence ing with'the machine of Lyman Tay- lor, The fire at times reached serious proportions and threatened the resi-i dence. As it was, a number of out-! buildings were consumed hi-. thei" Ilames and a.large, quantity farm- __: ing laachinezy was more or less dam- j aged. Just the fire started is i not known at present, but is thought to have started from a. spark. j Warr'c them, "Lord guard p. in. The is everyone every day from, three to' five p. mV Everyone "is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North ri-sinppi-n i-ii assemble oli the Lord's :Day for 'tha 404 ScrvicfS to- of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday at 3 Gospe, preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, H. i lie class. Labor dj followed by Sacrament, pper; 3 p. m. 'Onward Evenfiig service 7.'30 p. j y sermon. Music, morn-i PENTECOSTAL PEN'TECOSTAL: Filth ve. -NorthUniitJst ciiUichi Sunday hy.the wind yesterday into the straw stack. The ladies .of Cranhrook will next week- mate an effort to procure scv- entv-five "housewives'1 for the Cran- i n- real men at Vcrnon camp. Each ot the desired articles will cost only aH he aimed at. Such was the literary style, the grand manner, sim- ple but strong, of Sam Hughes, journ- alist, statesman a man- about i twenty-live cents, and as the men arc known to need these very nccr-ssary requisites in life and at the Mountain." master. "Lift t Claude and I ner that Sir Max Aitken cannot do j (ronti it'is hoped every lady oiC'ran-j better than copy if he is to sing Sir j brook wil! do everything possible to Sam's praises ia .words. All: assjst this movement. [Canada asks of Sir lla'x is _tSat lie llalsall and Banfield, of the! sing it in prose. The poetry of the; iQ7th regiment, are leaving Saturday i event may sweep him off hfs feet, as j for Work Point Camp, Vancouver, to at limes poetry has swept Sir Sam take the officers' training course, off his, but Sir Max wou'id .he well j which will take six weeks to com-j advised to stick to -Mother E'arth. He plete. can do that by playing .up the politics WHEN USING WILSON'S of it. He wilj he a very. poor-Eye- READ .DIRECTIONS. Among those mentioned as possible [Witness, indeed, if tp. point-successors'to Judge Robson as litil- out that this Knighthood of Sir Sam's i itirs commissioner in Jlanitoha, are j is a comnlete, final and triumphant j Isaac Campbell, Isaac Pitblaild, C. answer that bas ever been said j P. Wilson, K. Craig and W. H. or thought about sham shoes, found- j Trueman, sll Winnipeg lawyers. ered horses, window g'iass binoculars and ether matters opened up by the Public Accounts Committee. I dentally, it is the ppstscrint to the Hutton years later, a faatistactorj answer, nevertheless. Be laughs best who laughs la t Sir Sam n now in a position to give his old enerny the merry ha-ha but our guess is that he is too big-hearted to do it. II F G .7.30, Gospel- meeting. -Tuesday at 8 hearty welcome to SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows :..Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 8 p. m., praiso meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights Monday, 8 p. l meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' mcet- Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation i meeting, Citadel hand in attendance Saturday, S p. in. free and easy meet- LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JBSnS CHRIST OF LATTER 'DAY of Seventh Avenue and Iwelfth 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m., sacrament meeting.' VUltors always welcome. Bisbop-Geo. W. Green, 101S Second avenue. South. 'Phone, 1493. Britain Raises Temporary Loan York, Sept. was report- ed in iVa.l. strest today, that' Great Hriti'it] has ohtainid a preliminary, credit loan in New York city to tide pressing obligations and sttrrtv. the downward sterling -ex-; change rates until an enormous'; Ctt-" i dit loan can he floated here. Intcrna-j tional hanking houses here 'refused discuss the report. In the gossip of the street, the amount of this preliminary loan was between. and 000, and was hased on collateral of; American securities. The report, was! circulated in the face of a violent ward trend of exchange rates, ster- ling having openrd at quotations from 7Jc .to 12Jc above yesterday's, closing." The ruinnr of the mcnt of a preliminary loan of this character as a makeshift to, stabilise rates temporarily, was .be- lieved to have caused the toward hijhcr nltfjt, Try Peaches and Cream Use -ripe peaches; peel and cut in; thin slices! sprinkle with Corn Flakes and 'add a little cream at serving if desired A dainty dish fit for a Queen TOASTED CORN FLAKES lOc. per pkg. ;