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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SERT.KMBKK THIS Mi'I UHHlino-; PAGE FIVK HIS HEART SADLY Jimp- "Fruit-a-tives" Soon Relieved This Dangerous Condition (182 GKIIUAHD ST. KAST, "For two years, I was a victim of Acute .Indigestion mid Gas In The Stomach. afterwards attacked my Jlearl aiidl lunl pains alliivor jny.hody, so Unit. I couhi hardly move around., 1 tried nil kinds'of'Modiuine font none of them diil ino any good. At lust, I decided'to try I bought tlio first box lust: Juue, and now I am well, after itsiitg ontv thrte boxes. I recommend "Kruit-a-tm's" to anyone sull'crmg from I-'KKD .J. CAVEK3T. We. a box, 0 for trial size, 2Cc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, Ottawa. and Mrs. Win. Frauds ng two w.eeks In Calgary. Mr. Upend Mr. J. M. IH leaving tonight for Mmilreal. whore he will reside in fu- ture. t Mlssen Sharman, who have boon holidaying at Bnnfl'. roLurnwl on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Morris; ot Medicine Hal. woro week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Morris. ,Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Layton returned Sunday nlRlit from a holiday spent at Proctor, U. C. GILLETT'5 unitary wholesome FUSE SUBSTITUTES. GREECE ABOUT TO JUMP Dr. P. M. 'Campbell returned Snt-jaHi unlay night from a holiday spent at the coast. Washington, Sept. circles here rei'eivfMi :t report today considered reliable In every way that Greece will enter tin; war within a short UIIH: on tlie wide of the entente entry of Huniania Into Hie war :t days before it uutuahy occurred. Other reports mtmiH: the poBslbil- ily of important 'lev Halkaus involving Hi lies. Tli.l same source predicted tin-. Hulgarla as one but now residing ut Medicine Hat. spent the week-end with friends in the city. The sympathy of the people of Leth- bridge Is extended to Lieut, and Mrs. W. J. Nelson in the loss of their only child, who passed away very suddenly on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. R. II. Dobson and two children returned yesterday from their summer vacation spent at Valley field, Que., Montreal and To- ronto. Mr. H. Ostlund returned this inorn- Winipeg, Sept. A. Bon- nar, chief crown counsel, filed 21 objections to the address of Mr. Justice Prendergast to the jury yesterday, having particu- lar're'gard to the statement the latter made that there was legs evidence against Sir Kodmond Koblln, the ex-premier, than against the other two ex-minis- ters. Ubis Meek in .the Churches At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission. Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer and the word, prayer at 9.15. Wednesday at 8 p.in- service of Intercession. Thursday at 7.30 a.m., holy communion. At St. at S o'clock, meeting of the vestrymen !n the church. Wednesday at S p.m., -.service of intercession: At St. the Athens, -Sept. 3, via London, Sept. the opportunity the presence of Piraeus, within gunshot' of Athens, of a large fleet of the entente nations, Premier Zaimis has assumed unobtrusively what amount- ed virtually to dictatorial powers. All is now in readiness for the final act to end the neutrality of Greece. While the people of Athens being mildly amused at the spectacle of allied sailors and .secret police pursuing German agents about the streets, a profound change in the status of affairs is being effected. brothers at the front Battalion. with the 7th ucon on Mi" m'st stel> whiclj Eul1 tL Da" Safnt5Un the hands of ''he premier was that cftj and IB immm-' taken when he forbade public-, that city and ib impiov theringg last Wednflsday. The ar- rangement of Friday whereby the is- suance of the decree dissolving the .alk-! Airs. Marshall, .Miss 'Marshall aud Master- itjirshall have left for their home in Lethbridge after spending a six weeks' holiday in Bos son News. The'regular meeting of a pie Leaf Chapter, NoV'7: O. be held in the Masonic hall. .Dominion block, tonight, commencing promptly at 8 o'clock. Members in town from other I chapters.are. cordjally invited. Judge, and "Green and two daughters have come to the city to remain am} have taken up residence iir live house formerly new adjourned parliament and call- ing new elections was postponed in- definitely, disposed effectually of any parliamentary policy of the interference government. with tin Southern Alberta farmers are talk- occupied byW; Penhind. on the Es- _. MbHicine llat Times. Pte. of -in -the city from Cal- Ing ot getting .ont an injunction against any future effort on the .part of (he labor men of Lethbridge to hold a Labor Day celebration here. The announcement of Labor Day sports seems to be the signal for Jupiter Plu- vlus to turn on the tears, and he did It this year with a vengeance. Through- out the holiday the rain poured down and no effort whatever could be made to go through with the program. The Labor sports committee had lined up one of the best programs ever attempted. They had received generous support from the Hyssop Bros., had arranged to add to the attractions with a big stampede. The parade fixed for the morning -fea- ture would -have found 12 or 15 floats in And- Jupiter Pluvius spoiled it all. However, the committee is .riot dis- mayed .and will 'meet tomorrow night ir, tlie Labor Temple to decide what is to bo done, They are thq. advisability of holding Uie: some eveni ting a later day, probably Thanksgiv- ing Day, for the sports. ing this woek and then Bet- GREEKS WANT RELICS SAVED London', Sept. Greek trnment han sent tr'noto1 to the holiig- j the late Lady Sybil Grant, eldest daughter of Lord iloseaery, and the wife of Col. Grant, of the CoUlstream Guards, is running a newspaper for' her hus: band's rogfment at the front, telling the news and tidings of the soldier: wives and families at home; "Lady Sybil, in peace times, is a writer of romantics and has already published several novels. Bow Island, Sept. Review says: A letter lias just been received in town from C. B. Reynolds, whom muny will remember as having preached in this district in connec- tion with the Southern Alberta mis- sion. Mr. Reynolds, after alluding to the reported'death of .Air. Wilkeus his capture and internment in Germ- any, goes on to say; "1 wonder how Alberta ia getting on. Is it realized In financial circles that this is the-chance in centuries for the establishment of glass fac- tories where the glass sand and gas power are available? 1 have seen exactly two panes-of glass and a few bottles within the 1 will how long: hut if these places Pure and Wholesome MILK Clarified and Pasteurized he Crystal Dairy Phone 1576 and the subsequent announcement of n left with the 12th Mounted Rifles for France, and was transferred to a Brit- reglment, nas been reported "kil- ,n on several occasions, and it is with pleasure we state that therOMS no trutil in the statement. At a MACLEOD (From the Spectator) meeting of the Conservative Association the question of securing the 191st Battalion to be quartered in not say how long; but if tnese places Macleod for the winter was then are to "he rebuilt, the glazier and man- hrough up and after a-lengthy-discus-- ufacturer will be as requisite as the sion It was decided that mason. If the West is awake the lid- be appointed to vent of peace can mean the opening j and hurry things aloni new part of Germany's trade. heritance of a j possible this matter g as soon as to report at the next I committee meeting. The following gen ladles of the congregation meet at the; Mr. Reynolds then goes OH to state i tlemen were appointed on the special manse from 2'tii G for Red Cross sew-1 that -Mr. Cripps another member of i committee: Messrs. Cunningham, son of .Alex. McRoberts, met with a, painful and dangerous acciuGBt. Ona of the Stubbert boys, who live next door, was carrying a bundle of oat. sheaves on a fork aud went to enter the barn juat as young came out, with the result that the fork hit him in the right eyelid. Dr. Hamman was called in and states that the little fellow is doing as well as can be expected. J. A. Lecker went to Medicine Hat on Tuesday afternoon to meet Mrs. Lecker and children, on their return to Taber, after 3 months' visit to Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hyslop and fam- ily, of Lethbridge, were the guests of Mrs. W. Hardie for a few days this week. the Southern Alberta Mission whojHaney and Underwood. enlisted; had a narrow escape, but got off with a slight wound. ing. Thursday "at 8 p.m., choir prac- tice. At ladies of the congre- gation meet at the Kcdi Cross, rooms every. .TVloiiday afternoon. No prayer meeting this week. Thursday at 3 o'clock, meeting of the Ladies' Aid. The collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. At at 3 o'clock, Laides' Aid meeting in.- the parlors. Collectors will .mako .their returns. All ladies of the congregation are in- vited io attend and bring their sew- ing. Wednesday evening service will he, a preparation for communion next Sunday evening. Tuesday, the 12th, Ghas Scou says he has the the Quarterly official board will meet., t nf'rye ever raised iu this The Cradle Roll picnic will be held on j Boru tp Mr and Mrs. Captain ,Geo. P Potiei a daughter on August GRASSY LAKE (From the Gazette) Born_To Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Weir on August 25, a daughter, in Medicine The death occurred on Sunday last of .Mrs. Anthony St. George; aged 70 years. Mrs. St. George was the wife nf Mr. St. George Hazelmere, and was widely known around that dis- trict. She was buried from the R. C: Church, Macleod, on Tuesday morning i last. I Mr. ,T. .Mathieson, lawyer of Macleod, j is spending a few days in' Edmonton. Mr. Mathieson will be residing in Mac- leod together with Mrs. Mathieson in a few days. Mrs. G. McCormick has taken the position as stenographer in the City Engineer's office. the lawn of Mrs. Stibb's home 5th Ave. from :3 to 6 o'clock on Thurs- clay afternoon. ;AH.'children and their mothers are nUted At Christiana-Wednesday at S p.m; prayer meeting. Hanover..Ont.. Sept.. Hoi- ton Miller, P, Tor South Grey died this morning. He. was-56 years the autumn. -Miss is the elder of Lloyd two (laughters. Captain Evans is in. the Indian medical.: vice. He won the military cross at GulHpoH and subsequently went to Mesopotamia. Mrs. C. T. Woods is doing splendid work for the Tobacco Fund'-and the Prisoners of War Fund of the 'i. 0. p. E. Each day she delivers flowers to hotels, cafes and stores and has a big demand for her supplies. 'The sum of from is realized each H. H. Nicol entertained'at ajday from this Today 84 bun- thimble ;t.ea fin Saturday aEternoon rcnes of flowers were delivered -by .Mrs. Woods. The 'customers are gary on sicV He'Vas sick in i braled early the hospital when his battalion, the j Lloyd George 137th, left for overseas. He expects George's to leave with the next battalion very shortly, All the are Invited to sowing and be present at the meeting of the Ladies' The engagement of MIBS r.Olwen Lloyd George and Capt. T. G. Carey .of last week he became suddenly ill. He was op crated upon on .Thursday night and Ball and Bojd Evans was announced recently, an their marriage is expected tO'be'cele- failed to rillj He was elected to the m Lethl ndgt Cape Porter the latter depnt} minister of Agncui ture and Sergt Chis Scott motored down from Lethhndge on Mondai Tis queer companies will cnst parts in'Oilgan and freight and isame from tho United the consumer What good does that dutv do the gtnein ment or the fainier Don G Perrj brought in to the Gazette office i tine rsamp e of alfalfa which he is about for the second cutting It was cut the first time m the middle ot June and is now about, 4 inches tall and being some thin Is a little stalk> similai to inosi? first 'Buttings. O. 'G is waiting for lumber to continue the construction of Ills big ma chine'shed. Dr. C. ief Tuesday tor a TABER (From the Times) Harrv a jrell known local farmei recently met with ap accident and disloc-itcd his A number or his neighbors knowing or his abilitj got and cut his crop for him Mr Hogarth desires to extend his smceie thanks for thMr Kmdh asststince Those who did the cutting are Ott Hdll Ab Hall, Jerrj Godfres and Albert' Torne. The Tabor bchools opened 611 Moll dai last for the fall -term Ths teach ing statf is the same as last jear with the exception that Miss re signed to accept a position in, MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order OJet our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE.YOU Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works the -Winnipeg Miss chaige at the mine nd a new Branan.i Thp Umdance this term is expected to larger than last term B W right the t.mrwn local Aid tomorrow at 3 o'clock church parlor. The collectors the are asked to be very prompt in their at- tendance and be present at three j o'clock. House of Commons in re-j three weeks trip to Chicago where he elected in 110S sitting until the 5en- will receive treatment _forj..si throat, oral election of 1911. From 1905 lie) was chairman of the Commons' com- mittee on .hankiiig- and commerce. The famoiib Millei bill to lestnct rice track championed by him. He hid beetf noimnited Lib- eral the. Commons in the next general election, when, tw'eu a very; enjoyable afternoon. Tlin were mauve asters and Al thaftea iioiiri the hoi.---- sisted'by Misses Edra- Smith, Kath- leen Ten-Ill and Marjorie lliglnboth I1U IIUCUI JIVIUIIB >j id sweet peas 1 in helping-a1 good cause aa well as loitess war, as- beautifying their tables. It was stated In error in' Saturday night's paper that this work wan being done for the Sir. nnd Mrs. F. Hastings Malcolm, Los Angeles, announce ithe engage- ment' of -their, onls daughter. j eronl (jowers, says a dispntcli from 1 Qenerai Frederick Malcolm. Fifeshiro Athens, dated Friday lo the Kxchanso Telegraph company, asking them "during military operations in Qreel; ten-itnry as well as in the eveat of slego lionihardmerit lo preserve the ancient monuments and other and London, Eiig., and Geo. Hastings, of Hereford, Eng.. a governor or .'.lie Bank of England, to Mr. Edward O'Connor. Little Plume, Alberta', the wediling to take place in Af.eeles. the middle of September. Blue Cross fund. C. P. R. The farmers all. agree that the mos- quitos are worse tliis year than they have been in years at ibis time of year. HIGH RIVER (From liie Times) Rev. J. D. MacKenzie announced his resignation at Chalmers' church last that next Sunday. FREIGHTER RAN ____ INTO WARSHIP j Sunday, stating Montieal Sept i PR Ste-imer September. 3rjl. ..would be the. last in officiilb rpcened word that the 1 local ''ch'iircli." An invitation had freighter Montreal from this liorl was j comc (0 to taKe up the pastorate collision with a British waisllip near the Mglivu coast bnt uo great damage wa done and (he steamer is now docked: at GraVesend. At the residence of Rev.-A'. C. hart, pastor of St. Paul's Presbyterian church, Calgary, tho imirria.ce. took jilaco on Saturday of Miss Kathleen A Miller, of Minneapolis, and Mr. John M, Russell, accountant of Urn Bank of Commerce at Stavoly. flio ceremony was performed by Mi', hart and later Mr, and Mrs. Kussell left for their future hoino .in SUCCESS CAUCASUS Pcti ograd 4 T he Russian army of; thq. Caucasus ,has ma'de progress, the uir olflce rcooTts pii hing foi st utl ot life Rnu 1 Uu In ot 64S Tin Us ere captured BEDBOSETEA of 'Zion church. Charlottetown, P.E.I. The cn-Ormoiis' total: oi bushels of grain has been shipped from this point this season. While Jn the elevators there is stored bushels. considerable gram farmers; in their grVjiarios, (Kat r. William Bradford shot a pound lynx: this morning at his-home, ad- joining Mr. J. A. Massey's, High River west. t Longview on Moil- day for Foremost, where he will help his sons- in harvesting this year's splendid crop ot wheat Mr Wtfnj ftt Fortmost io c-icet ifent, aliiJhewWd be large and thp one hard ffie ot was Auctioocci rnompson at the sala 01 W, s faim stock and rocentlj One cow and While tftjrty jeweller lelt on Monday night tor "Medicine Hat where he win enter into business Wright's departure iMll bo a great loss to the local curl ins club in which most active worKers Mrs? "Wright and family will leraove about a month. t On 4 little EAT MORE GOOD BREAD, LESS MEAT So Says Dr Harvejr J 1 Famous Kure Food Expert He slates that meat-contains Bl ger cent water and costs from 2fc a DOimd up. while biead Ib onh 40 per cent water and costs about oi> a also ftir8lsli.eir-ino.Te per pound thin meat poxsibls can Of course Dr WHej mea'nt'6p6D bread. Aud bread to be good, fflUst be made from flnu' spotlessly Clean pure and of full food T6j.lise any other kind of no matteMoM cheap, is false economy 1 The'most feel quite confident clean loaves of full ffoA tf slio uses OgihieR RoyaPHouieljold uhlch can purchlksed of anj-ditsfer A'so its'more acQiioinreai to 'me t'onl IjMlaehoW lifeaa in strad of so much "rneat ment s :rly, ot Pekiskd, who'ft The sales qt Noblemen Cigars more than trebled during the past BonthJ Irie4 pue School Opening and Nyai Days Every purchaser of Nya! prep- arations will receive One Japanese Flying' Bird. Beginning Saturday and the week of September 4th also. We will give a flying bird with each.2Sc.worth of scribbfera, (6 Frank Hedley Drug Go. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;