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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta "JESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE "A TRIUMPH" IN TEA PUKE, CLEANLY PREPARED AND OEUOIOUS BLACK, MIXED NATURAL ALLIED AIR FLEET DOES DAMAGE IN HUN CENTRE Basel, via. Paris, Sept. aerial >mbarilmenl of Sanrbnieckon, re- mled in yestcrday'H official state- out from the French War Office, us probably tbe most notable of Us :iid during tho war. Forty French and British aeroplanes re 1 ml over tho town and accurately trow bombs on a small arms fac- iry, tlio barracks, tiie railway sta- nn and engine sheds, and other nul- lify buildings. Several hundred .yards of permanent way of tho rail- way wore destroyed, and many killed or wounded, Saarbruecken is not provided with ;millery for high angle firo. An I'.tored train that had been summoned from Votz, bringing aerial guns on trucks, arrived too Into to interfere with the operations of the aviators. All forty aeroplanes, after discharg-j ins about 400 projectiles, returned safely to Nancy. One hundred and fifty soldiers from Sarcec; camp at Calvary came south on Saturday to aid the- farmers of the (liHtric.t in harvesting tin.' foiy crons. .Many of soldiers have placed through ibo medium of the local Hoard of Trade, which ha--; co-operated with the farmers in !ing thn men down from Calgary. A provincial governinent oflicial is sta- tioned at tbe camp at Calsary to facilitate in diRtrHnttint; the- soldiers where they are most needed. So far as can be ascertained, there IK no particular shortage of harvest help in the Letiibridgc district, al- though Ihe Board of is lieop- inj; in close touch with thn situation, Mid is endeavoring to help thfi fann- ers who need men to secure thorn. lennett Denies Story that Officers Did Not Qualify Bennett denies......... JJ Calgary, Altn., Sept. D. Ben- ett, K.C., .M.P., who returned to Cal- ir.v. this mornlus, after a trip to lis'iand' Sir Robert Borden, den- !d In circulation here to effect that oft'Ujcjrs ot the.aist Bltallon, now'In the Old Country, id failed to qualify for their posi- bus. bombardment by Allies Has Failed Lp.ndqn... Sept: jmhardment hy land and sea of the nrkish Dosltlons at Anafnrta. and eddel Bihr, on tlia Callinoll Penin- ila, is reported by Constantinople. Ires in the allied trenches and ar- lery positions at Anafnrla were uBcd'i tiy' tlio TurkiBh: artillery's ilily. I1' 'OB THE C. P. R. OF TWO TONS OF TOBACCO iEdmonton, Sent, in; ie city yesterday afternoon from the? the', 13. D. and B. C. Rail- hy, with two of tobacco, val- id at eight hundred dollars, alleged have stolen from the Canad- n Pacific Railway, Detectives ..las. kmpbeli and IJ. Craig, of the .ctrni- [ny'a secret: service, claim to have jravelled a systematic and well or- inlzert series of robberies of 'which ie railway company was the victim. FRENCH STEAMER TORPEDOED Paris, Sept. 1, 5.3S French steamer .Bordeaux has been torpedoed and sunk 12 i miles outside the mouth of the j Gironda, "off the western coast of France. Her crew -was taU- en aboard a pilot boat. RWINN'S IDVICETO WOMEN eteble Compound and be Restored to Health. City, doeton told ie I would nerer be a mother. Every [jlmonth thfl paina BO bad that I uld not bear my weight on one foot. began taking Ly- idia E. Pinkham's table Com- jypound and. had not Pnishedthefintbot- when I felt RlicTcd and took it until it .nade me Bound' and and I now have tiro fine baby ;irl8. i cannot praiM Lydia E. Pink- am's Vegetable Compound too highly or whtt it has done for I always ptak a word in favor of yonr medicine p other women.who sufferwfaen I have h opportunity." Mrs. H. T. WINN, 229 Freomont Ave., Kansai City, Mo. Another Gumming, tell lome iuffer- pg woman every .day of Lydfk E. Pink-, ism's Vegetable Compound and what it its done for itie. I could not or leep, had a bad atomach and wai in nisery all tho time. could not do my jouseworkorwalk any distance without uffering great pfiin. I tried doctors' nedicincs and different 'patmt medi- lines but failed to get relief. My hra- iand brought home yourVegetable Com- and in two weeks I could eat hlng, could sleep like a healthy baby, walk a long distance without feeling ired. I can highly recommend your Compound to women who 'uffer u I did, and are at liberty to IM'thli CiUUUU K. I, Ca, MANITOBA FROSTS V.'iunipeg. Man., Soiit. Hon. Dr. Armstrong, provincial secretary, who. has returned from a trip through the prov- Inue, states tiiat one-third of Manitoba's wheat crop has been, 'damaged 'by recent frosts. May Extend City Lighting Service to Staffordville Liner Not Convoyed Nor Warned Liverpool, Sept. .Hesperian was not convoyed, by .warships; sho made no attempt to eseane, and she was not warned heforo being tor- licriocd." This.official statement was given out today by the Allan line, owners of the vessel. A.G.VirtuetoTake Artillery Course Another prominent young Leth- hrldgc man is to enlist for service .with His Majesty's overseas forces. A. law firm: of -Poapst who came into more prominence recently as president of the Lethbridge branch the Tem- perance and iMoral Reform associa- tion in'the prohibition election, has been recommended for u commission in artillery, and will take a special course in that branch of military ser- vice at Kingston, commencing Octo- ber 1. H is not yet known lust what unit Mr. Virtue wiM attached to on completion of his course. Mr. Virtue will leave for, the ftast this week. He intends spending a short holiday in Ontario before going on to taka his course. Tn the First Baptist church on Sim- day evening at the close of the ser- vice, A. E. Dunlop feelingly voiced, at the call of.the pastor, the' 'deep sense of loss that filled the hearts of the congregation owing to the depar- ture of their treasurer, !A. G. Vir- tue, for Kingston; At thti same time all felt that he was rioiijg the right thing, and were conscious tljjit this step is a fitting climax to the devot- ed services of the "pasll They earn- C31I.V wished him Godspeed and a safe return. The of Staff orrlvi-lle will have tin; electric light if they .ire able to provide tho money to do the work-. It will 'he remembered that tho commissioners put a money fey- law before tho citizens for extension ot electric lieht system to this part of the city in 1914, which was re- jected. Some of the citizens o5 affordvilie have again approached the commissioners with the proposi- tion that if tho city would give them. the light they would provide the ne- cessary funds for the extension. The matter was discusRed at the meeting of tho commissioners this In view of the fact that the city's redemption fund is in arrears, which MADE IN Wli BE :VENT TELBPHOH3 Local Divines Preach Special Labor Sermons- Special Labor Day sermons were preadml Sunday ill Knox. First Biili- tist, Wesley ami St. Andrew's churcli- Rev. A. H. Denoon j Rev. A. H. Denoon, in-caching in Knox, delivered an umpiring labor, sermon. He dealt with the greatness of tbe organization 01 Hie labor un- ions, showing how they had become, a great force in the political anil social j life of the modern civilization. Hev. Dcnoon's remarks on tlie opening of. his sermon tended .to show that in Ibis modern age the great question: that- is confronting tho leaders is; that dealing with the labor >nen. The j will Livo great factors that the labor; movement stands for are first, that every man must wmk, and second i that" he shall receive suitable re- numeration for his work. The pastor said that labor would have a strong bearing oi the bringing about oi peace in the present war, because they extend beyond tbe boundary i lini-s. All men are equal in the eyes j of the labor union. Rev. Denoon at-' 'trihuLed the success ui the labor Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hueliatian and .Master Donald are iuvay for a few days' sojourn in the mountains. Miss tva Schweitzer, of Calgary, Tranhrooli, Sept. Arraneements spral week-end in the cily. for CranliriH.'k's big fall fair which! opens in this city on Wednesday are] Mrs. r. M. Arnold, of Calaary, is complrte. At ilir' otlice of ihe Kccro- the of Mrs; II. tary Saturday the night on j shepherd returned from which entries closed, a lnnK !me j v afternoon. exhibitors were on hand, Secretary and his staff working hard in Sans has entered the an effort to keep up with the work, i law unices of Cnaybcare. Church, Mc- In conversation with a Hcralii reprc- Arthur and Davidson. _ sentative -Mr. Webh said he believed u.c ,vl.ek. the. fair surpass all previous jity, visiting his parents, attempts by the Crn.ibronk Agnelli- Mr. and .Mrs. A. R. Cocq. tural association. At, 10 o'clockisomo seven" b'indrcd entries were in, thus y sanbach oi the llrrchanfi Hank. assuring the success of the. fair. i-jat spent the week-end in In the poultry department a large (ljtv number of entries are on hand, and j those in charge are arranging for an j D has entered the overflow from the poultry Shepherd and Dunlop. .Mr. W. Miller lligRS, a; coast poultryman, will look alter till! j Thi, judging Mr. Iliess eomes we 1 a a, lender- coiiimended and is well known _ smi afternoon at Cranbrook poultrymcn I two o'clock. Friends are invited. In the live-stock department the; HELPLESS Prominent'Merchant Restored to Health by "Fruit-a-tives" N.B., July 25lh( 1914. "I luid a stroke of Purafysisin March, ami this loft me unable to walk or help myself and the Constipation wna tciriblc. Finally, J look 'Frmt-a-iives1 fruit medicine griulually toiiod up the nerves and actually relieved the paralysis. By the use of 'Fruit-a-Livfcs1 I grew stronger until all the palsy left me. I am now well and attend ray store every day." Al.VA PHILUFS. Fruit juice is nature's own remedy and 'FruU-ii-tivrs'is made from fruit juices. DOe. ;i box, G for trial size 25c. At ilwilors or stint on receipt of price by t'ruit-a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. onTof ?Je' _-- iLUIJULLU UIIU forbids a money T-yipu- haing movement Lu Christianiir, and poinl- senEf-d to ihe citizens, and also that I Mr, Ros'ewani of the Imperial Rant iiiii_i..... _aiT, N'aUl, B. C., spent, the wcek- murninis. -Mr. K. SUM ens, of the j t provincial department of agriculture, Tlie srvlion of the Ladies will act us live-stock judge. An! under Mrs. Bali will meet at The entries in the fruit department j her home tomorrow afternoon. break all previous records. Kve-ry j nan in the district will Have sever-1 Master Wynyard Evans left on Sat- al exhibits of the many varieties uniav for Ottawa, where he will en- grown. Tbe Creston district will; ler Ashbury College. forward a large number of exhibits, t while ihe Mission, St. Mary's Prai-! }jr Henderson, of the Bank of. rie and the tributary country will Calgary, was a week-end show their best. .Mi. K. C. Hunt, of j visitor in the city. Grand Forks, will have charge ot the j judging in this department. j Mrs. John Home, Miss Jessie Grains and grasses never looked j-lorne ami -Mr. Stanley Home left better in this district ami never be-' thjs m0rning to visit the Panama fore has there ben: such a number of, Kxposjt-ion. entries. From far and near entries' sentf-d to ihe citizens, and also that I out liiat, in countries which had are (inuring in Marysville, Wycliltr, George Dcvereaux, of Moose the city lias no available funds that not the religion of .Jesus Port Stecic, Watlshurg, Si. Mary's ijaw was amDng the numerous week- can legally or otherwise be applied were not up to the other j ptairic, Hamilton's Hill, Loco, in i end visitors in the city, to this work, the city solicitor, ad- countries in the labor j fact every town within the Cran- j vised that tho only means open would he for the citizens of Stafrord- villc to provide a fund for doing the work until such time as the money bylivw can be passed to take care of this expenditure, this fund to he de......-- posited in the bank. Tho eommis- j subject applied to the industrial ne-- sioners will therefore advise the I velopmenl. It the sacred-; people of Staffordville that if a auf- ness of men and -jestrams, passions; ficent amount is deposited in the and increases mutual respect, between tank the commlssionerH will go on employer and employee. Mr. Cobble-, refund the flick pointed out that the spirit ot I At Wesley Rav. CT. H. Cobbleiliisk preached ou I labor in his sermon in Wesley pulpit j on Simtlav evening-. The divine call! ouuudj workmanship 01 ai! kinds was tht. brook district is entered in this I Canon ami Mrs. Murre.'.-Wright left class. Mr. Parham, superintendent j yesterday for Toronto, where the for- of the Dominion experimental farm "mer js a delegate to the Seventh An- at Invermero, will "judge this class. Synud.' A Dominion government will he a feature-not'heretofore'seen Mr Poapst- has -returned at local fairs. Tlie exhibit will con- a sjs weeks' vacation spent in sisl of models of-various farm easi ings, barns, and will he in charge oi an expert. svith the work and will money to those who provide, it from the receipts from light used in Staf- ford ville. It will require approxi- mately to put in the extension, and there should Ije sufficient col- lected from lights to pay (hack this amount in not less than six months. Herron-Elder Co, Is Being Probed Calgary, Alta., Sept. 'affairs of the Herron-Elder Co. are being probed today by Judge Carpenter at the oil inquiry. One witness, A. B. Harrison, creat- ed some sensation when he told the court that he hads definitely ascer- tained that the vendor's stock was sold by the company's agents to the public instead of treasury stock. To Give Benefit for Patriotic Fund The .old minstrel hoys of Leth- bridge have decided to yut on a per- formance in the near future, the pro- coeds to he given in aid of the Pat- riotic Fund. A meeting of'the organ- ization -was held Friday- evening in the Majestic theatre, and tjie follow- ing officers were elected: J. G. Har- per, of the Lethbridge Conservatory" of musical director: Harry Willis, of the -Starland manager; Hob Barrowman, proprie- tor of the City Sign Works, business manager; T. -M. property man; C. S. Clarke, secretary-1 A chorus of thirty voices will com- pn's.e the harmony. Musical numbers, monologues, buck ami wing-, dancing, cartooning, comedy quartetie, acro- bats ami other numbers will go to make up one of the beat minstrel shows, ever staged in; Big Gas Suit is Now Being Tried Calgary, Alta., Sept array of eminent counsel faced Justice Ivos in the Supreme Court this morning, when the long-awaited suit of the city of "Calgary against the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co., to deter- mine tho limits of Ihe company's franchise In the city was started, I' For" the city were Elnpene jK.C., Montreal James KC i and City Solicitor Ford of Calgary I .For the company were C. A. Mssten.i K.C., of Toronto; R, B. Bennett, K.C., and junior counsel. The evidence of only one mihnr wit- noai waa taken tbiiigtorntng' THAW NOW IN FAIR CITY San Francisco, Sept. K; Thaw compl-ted tbe last iap of a five weeks' transcontinental automo- bile tour from Pittsburg, Pa., toT night, at the wheel of his own ma chine. Thaw apparently was. in the best of health and showed the effect of the outdoor life in a heavy coat of tan. Party Garden Under Auspices of Tht Ait Club, Will be givon at the home of (he President, Jlrs. J. >B.- Rou- ter, 1250 5th Street South, on Thurs. Sept. 16 A sale'of Fancy 'Work "will he the afternoon (nothing over and in the evening1 (here, will be DANCING And the Drawiiif for the Hand Embroidered .Tray PROCEEDS IN AID Of THE RED CROSS FUND. and Mrs. K. A. Ilolhrook left A long list ot 'attractions''.will be yesterday to visit" Mrs. Holbrook's provided each day. The entertainment home In" Luhin, Ont. committee have spared no pains in this regard ...the while not be- j Mrs. E. W. Luekhardt, who has diri iiofr believe -in- violence, but aided ing-as last'.year, {been tbe guest Of Mrs. G Fleming in the steady advance of the inter-! worth cqn.iie.ting .for.. A feature of for a iew days, has returned to ner _--__: fjie first'day will he the home in Taher. On this race _bet of is trusteeship was growing in the men of wealth' and instances of profit- sharing were multiplying. The church i csts of labor as shown by the princi- i t pies of belief on social subjects as j adopted hy tho. highest court oi the 'Methodist church. The music throughout the day was most inspiring. Tbe morning anthem was "Lord', I hear of showers of: the solo .parts were sung very impressively hy Mrs. I H.T-l. Johnston. The evening anthem w-as, "Lord, Guard and Guide the Men Who a .hymn written spe- cially for aviators. The words are set to music hy Claude Hughes. Par- ticular mention must be made of Miss C. S. Smith of the staff of Stahslead College, Quc. Miss Smith played three violin selections at the evening service with a true "reli- feeling ami displayed a most artistic ami inusici.i; temperament in Ihe following munbeis, Rustic-ana, (Mas- cagna) Bercuese from posted, tlie jirozram for the rtavs follows Mrs. R. Hincks and Master Philip have returned from 'spending a few wwjks in Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tireen, of Cal- gary, and Miss Carrier, oi Mount Ont., are house guests of At St. Andrew's Rev. A. C. Bryan at St. Andrew's preached a labor sermon from the book, of Revelations. From a study Boys under. yards dash. Roys under 12 years, fiO yards dash. Girls under S vears, 50 yards dash. A fiirb under yards dash. Forest, Ont., are house yards and Mrs. Jackson. Girls under 16 years, 75 yards dash. Harness .Race One-Half. Mile.Heats, 2 in 3. Harness race (first Harness rrfce (second Harness race (final if Thursday. September 9 Indian Pony heats, 2 in 3. 100 Yards foot race. Pony race heats, 2 in 3. Running high jump. Polfe vaulting.' Tug-of-War, "l07th against all com- ers. Squaw race, on heats, 2 in 3.'..- _. j'-Mile foot race. of the preceding Chapters the raCe Miles, two changes, loop cinch. Tepee quiidiug contest. Wrestling on horseback thought" the laboring man had j into his own. There must be no para- sites, no shirkers, but every ;one must work. Labor is the eternal la- bor of God ordained on the earth and heaven. Its environment is congenial and all relations harmonious. Labor reward is abundant .materially, soci- ally ind spiritually. Our duty' as Christians was to on -lliis earth John's vision in regard to la- hor and to lake the. "way of not ihiough force of legislation, hut lluongh Jesus in saving men from sin and enlist in the great- laws of tlie Kingdom, sacrifice and love, At First Baptist' Rev. Mr. Ross chose as his theme the words, must work the works oHIim that sent me while it is day. The niiiht comet h when no man can work." Work is one of the key noughts of Jesus. To Him all neces- sary work was sacred, "and in neces- sarv work we must include all toil for both mind or spirit. Character is built" by .the srlf-expression of work. But the personality of the worker must not; be absorbed .by his so that, be becomes a mere ma- chine for producing wealth. Such wealth is.gained great a cost and becomes a curse. All eonditions that depress or oppress the worker must he removed. To get the best out of life tlio spiritual must be put first and stay first. The aggregation of wealth with God left out the spiritual thrown away only the worst form of star- vation of the soul. Anil each age has its mission. w 1h Tlie potato crop of a large area of Northern New Brunswick, is hit ,by riist. _______________ Mr. Willis Harrison of 4hc Bank of Nova Scotia staff, Calgary, is spend- ing his holidays with his parents here. Ed. Chandler, of the -Herald, re- ceived the sad news of the death of his sister, Miss Helen Chandler, at Wetaskiwin. Mr. Chandler left for there this morning. The young ladies' gymnastic and swimming classes will meet' tomor- row night at the Y.M.O.A. at eight o'clock. The section oi. the.. Wesley Ladies' Aid under Mrs. Staccy will meet to- morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dawson, 921. Otb at 3 o'clock. All members _are requested to be present. TXSPECTS HIS TROOPS ix TL VNDEK8 The women of tlie city are remind- ed of the appeal thai (be Daughter; of the Kmpirr: ure making for new clothes for 1'iuropfan refugees. Thest clothes ma'- hp left with MTF. G. time till the end of tbe week. A lifting close to yesterday's fes- tivities was the dance that the Red Cross Society gave in the Exhibition HuMuinn. Bunting, flags and tbe em- blem of I he onier were used for decorating the walls. Tht excellent music was supplied by the Lethhridge Kiliies Hand. The regular meeting of Maple Lea! Chapter, No. 7. Order of the Eastern Star, will be be'id tonight, in the -Mas- onic hall, at 8 p.m. Important bust ness respecting the meeting of UK Grand Chapter ci' Alberta, to be held here in Oriolier, will lie anc degrees will ho conferred. A prompt and liirsfi attendance is requested, and visiting members of the Order will heartily welcomed. The central W. C. T. U. held its monthly meet on Kritlay afternoon at the home of Mrs. McMace, Mia iith Ave. south. The important business of election of officers and selecting a delegate to attend the provincial fon- vtntion at Medicine Hat in October, occupied the afternoon. The follow- ing is the list of oflicsts elected Mrs. Kaake, president Mrs. Dieseth, corresponding secretary Mrs. Needs, recording secretary Mrs. Crowther, treasurer. Officers for the remainder of the departments will he elected ai the next meeting. The W. C. T. purpose giving another tea for the benefit of 'the Travellers' Aid Fund this month. will he announced later Thanks to the weather man and the assiduous labor of the Daughters oi the Empire ai d their friends tV Alexandcr'Ualt Chapter I 0 D T collected return? not in Saturdav trom the sale of 6500 .laps of the Alies. j The collectors' boxes bearing the appropriate wording, "We .are (loins lour bit, will you do yours were i donated by the. Royal Crown Soap. Co., oi Calgary, and were the rest- ing place of all denominations of cur- rency from one cent to a ten rtollai j bill-' The Daughters of the.Empire -arc very grateful to every one. who as in making Flag Day such a success. Several members of -the Cliaptei donated the use of their motors, which were appropriately decorates with bunting, flags, flowers and 'the I. 0- D. i-1 shield. These cars were stationed at tbe different cornets ane some were used for taking message: and supplies. The Kilties Irand very kindly, play- ed in Adam's Park m the earlj of the evening and it Gait Gardens. The money that was collected, af- ter the expenses have, will he used for the Patriotic work that the .Chapter is doing. One-tentt- will be laid aside for the returned., oliliers' fund a portion will he dCr o ted to field comforts for the sol- diers, to he forwarded to Miss Ar nc'.di, and another portion to the up- keep of a bed in a Canadian hospital Everyone was an jpportutntj of 'doing their M as a houst, t house canvass was-made, besides thf principal corners, of the city being manned by eilicient collectors. Kmg.Mbort is seen facing the camera in the cehlfe of the picture. Inspecting Ins troops The King of Belgium spends most of his time with tho soldiers in the ft eld and his presence never fails to inspire enthusiasm. Saskatoon proposes to hire mil municipal horse teams to farmers tt a day per learn The warm weather has caused hum- ming birds to arrive in northern Sas- katchewan. Martin Butler, conductor of But- ler's journal at- Fredcricton, B., for 20 years, is dead, aged 57. Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kin "nor S81" 'H STICK RED ROSE good ;