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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1915 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HEKALD PARK KIVB SELLING OUT AVe ni'C closing nut.our en- tiro stock of Tovs and MILLINERY I will loflvc I In' city must ho sold at oruio selling at ol value and NEW FALL HATS IN STOCK C. A. COOKSLEY 407 Fifth Strep! South. Garden Party Under Auspices of The Club Will he given at tlie home of the President, Mrs. ,1. B. Ren- ter, 1255 5th Street South, on Thurs. Sept. 16 A.'sale of Fancy Work will he held in thn afternoon (nothing: over ?l-00) and in the evening there will be DANCING And the Drawing for the Hand Bmbroiaeretl Tray PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE .RED CROSS FUND. WrittenAuthority to Lay Pipes was Not Given Calgary, Sept. most inter-j NO AMERICANS were T London, Sept. no Americans among the pelin air raid victims, the Am- 1 erican Embassy and A'merlcan Consulate reported this after- noon. To Ask Militia Dept. to Make Winter Quarters For Soldiers Here have fully recognized U our women folk have service 'fur (lie 1( which they have scat imperial Order of. thr ttu: Umpire have collet and The Hoard of Trade and the Mayor of the City air making even ellort tf; havr ;i of soldiers quar- tered ben: for the winter. This wan one of the topics discussed at the meeting of the Moan! of Trade today, I with with the: result that HIP following] great deal in pro leitei1 draftL'd by the president, will j which they have doi lie mr warded to Majoi'-neneral Sir make tliw material inMblc. Bam might's-" Then it should not forgotten Sii Sam Mushes, i ilial LelhlirUlgc ilseli ,im! the sut- Minister of Militia, rounding territory IUVP certainly Ottawa Ontario, {done well in llw matter recruiting. Dear m-mfe uf.jlJcut.-Col. Stewart, Major Itipley, Uithhridgc! arc considerably interest-1 and liirir ollicprs and ed in the suggestion from here, not to tors for the troops icnmiimn: -in Al-} dual- recruits, an- rep bi'rta should hn found at various cm-j thr district in this tros tn the west. or _ some lilto men, n-i We .should very much like, if this j per cent, of the citv arraiifteiiR'itt is "canicil through, to j have hrei; recruit CM! i some of the froopi; (juarifred in l.ethbriilgc, alone TELEPHONE Mrs. Campbell turned from ......._...... is the guest I ,K- Tinning. Daughters of ;nl and dealt Mr. Jnstk't1 Ivos Mr. and Mrs. Allison's house on Fourth Avo. nrk on to who went the i'ldH' i I eraId. The Dominion Itebckah No. will meet in thr I.O.O.F. hall at p.m. Visiting Kobevahs are cordially invited lo atk-nd. Lei abridge.. Vou know your.seif from i those recruited in your inspection last that ex- rounding i.ethurid eel lent at'conunoflation, and fat'ilitios I am sendin fnr outdoor and indoor training j request of the arc available, at the Kx- hibition grounds. Our merdiant.s mention hr this eon- nectuMi, ami quite rightly, we think, the support our i-itixpns. have. given tin- six pulation, rity of mention k'i. sur- t yfK Dicksoii of Vancouver, has arrived in the city an extended her 'and uuclu Mr. and Therms a Wealth of Goodness in every package of "SALADA" TEA Perfectly preserved in the sealed Aluminium package the goodness in, and the contamination out. present. Uarker pcr- nict! the c-ercnioiiv. The second of the series of lectures held under the-auspices of the Inter- national Bible Students association, was delivered last night in the Ma- jestic theatre by Dr. W. A. Baker, a prominent Bible student of the Unit- ed States. The audience was rather slim, only a' lew scattered seats in thr theatre being occupied. Mr. Baker is very well versed in liis particular line, of. thought, and Patriotic Kuiid. and tlie Bel Contributions of the trio tic Fund iron this under present ditions is the, Hed Cross iari Kclief' tn a rity oft ron- that our citizens you tin- ffttrr at the rounrJ nf this Hoard ;ii'Trade us we feel ti.at it v.-ouhl bp only a iu.st recognition thai some of the" troops should lie uiarurretl here, if in your judgment military, ex- igencies would be served by si'u'h an arrangement, We shall he. glad h. from you ;it your early convenience Yours inilv. Cf. 11. MARNOCH, President, The wedding; took pi a ft? on Monday morning at From tlie' residence of Capt. Parker, Altawana, Mr. and Mrs, A. A. Southard, for-' Alta., tn" Miss Mary (Mollie} Sin- mcrly oi Lclhhritige, who have been clair, daughter of the late Alexander! i spending KOIIIP time- at Banff, have Sinclair, laic Hudson.'s Bay factor, comr to Calgary to reside tor a time, i and of William Sin-[ have taken Mrs. Nolan's house clair, 11. B., clue MOUNTED POLICE i on Koyal Herald. Soinn of the ladies of St. Mary's j-f! church are holding a whist drive in t a York l-'iictory fame, to Mi. Thomas Hayes, of Fern it-. B. C.. Inspector of j Buildings for Uie Hank in" Coimnercs Lloyd-George Is Taking Workmen At Their Word Ottawa, Sept. is he- the Koyal North- present t-her Sauner. The wedding breakfast time in keeping its. force up t" was served al the residence of Capt. i-strength. When war broke out, a year and Mrs William Parker, the latter! ago, over oftO men, mostly old mem- lie cpreimmy was performed at tire ing experienced by the Koyal .oman Catholic church by Kev. Ka-IXVest Mounted Police at the the Parish hall. Thursday evening, Sept. Kith, cmnnipncirie at S o'clock. A conliiil iavitaiiori is extended to, ailli all friends. J being :i cousin of the bride. Captain hrrs of the force, wtrc taken on [or. I Parker paid gallant tribute to the: a vc-ar. Their period oi enlistment is The St. Augustin's Tennis Club are j bride in her health, the now running out Hiid instead of re- holditig.an American tournament on being feelingly responded io by! joining the mounted they are cnhst- Siiturday, Sept. at 3 p.m. TP will lie served at the courts. All members are asked to be present, as this will be the closing tea of the .season. the Mr. and Mrs. Hayes left for iheir home in Fernie. DUMBA PROPAGANDA HAVING IS RESULTS Brislon, Kng., Sept. up- roarious applause, and stii.nc confu- sion caused by an insistent delegate uenisndint; the to question him. David Llovd George, British Minister of Munitions, addressed a packed hall of trade unionists here this after- noon, striking the keynote of his spgccti with the declaration that the war had resolved itseif into a coff- llict between the mechanics in con- poured out-his knowledge heal" I Ending nations. "With said crs in fluent language. His remarks on the whole tended j toward sensational, some of wore not accepted by bis hear- the Minister, "vieloir is assured, wivhout you our is lost. "I come here as an rmj'.over of la- bor in this country. You passed re- solution.-; yesterday pledging your- selves to assist the in the successful prosecution of the war and I am here on behalf of the govern- ment to take you at your word." As between British and German workmen, the Minister said, be be- lieved the British were better. It is hoped that there will be a vrowd at the Hudson's Bay j Chicago. 111., Sept. 'tea room tomorrow, as Ihe second German and Austrian machinists em- Friday is the ciar chosen by the j ployed by Torris, Wo'id K- Co., tool Daughters of the Kmpirc as the oneij manufacturers, went on strike today, when the proceeds- will he given to when they learned that the company had taken a contract to make tools to he used in the manufacturing of shrapnel for Great Britain and her Allies. The concern until recently had been engaged in the manufacture of canning tools. Wm. Cameron, pre- at the Labor Day sports and to tbcjsldent of the company, said: ladies- and thri (llrls who .-The men have no reaHon kindly assisted...... the Patriotic Fund1. The Lethbriripe "branrh nf the Red Cross Society 'desire to express their very grateful thanks to all who kmd- Iv made donation's "to their booths eslmg disclosure made at the scron.1 ,Jurj courM hjs ddrcss on day s trial of the suit brought-bv the j of s f JU Bak.r vTgordusiy- attacked pany for restriction of its franchise and also for a decision that the fraiir cbise is non-exclusive and against the city, was that in' 11112 the Has com- pany, having acquired the rights oi the'Dingmaii company, proceeded to lay a network of pipes and, all over the city- line ten authority from the and commissioners, the "council or anyone. Discuss Fall Fair The question of a fall fair or stam- pede was brought up in a letter from Mayor of the city at "the Board of Trade luucheon today, A resolu- tion was passed, asking the old com- mittee, which .was appointed to look .into the matter of a fall fair earlier 'in the season, to meet representatives of the Agricultural society, t.he men who are behind the Sta.mpede, and the Com miss ion era, this committee to discuss just what form the fair .or stampede win-take, and ,lo> arrange matters of management and other de- tails. iled States, the matter probably will be called to the attention of the Vi- enna Foreign Office. The Bible, he stntcd, forecasted a tion p1ans "for hampering manu- Brcat- change, .and the beginning oi j facturera of war munitions hi the Un- 'thc change had commenced. The great war which is being waged at the present time is the commencement. The age of "gentile government" as the speaker put it, was fast coming to an end. The nations wore .totter-Lfln nnnnnn ing, and the outcome nf the war would be the bringing together of the nations under the true reign of God. He forecasted a great revolution in the States when the government, and social life of the people would come 'to that stage of socialism. The sign of the-son of man is in the heavens, hn said. CRITICAL TIME Police Find More of Stolen Goods I ICC V Ml V From 40 to 5jO of Age. How It May Be Pwed in Safety. "For a jeiirdur- tng CKsnge of Life I wu all run down. I WM really too weak and very despondent' and thought 1 was going to but af- ter taking Lydli E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound and Blood Purifier my health and strength returned. I am very thankful to you and praise your medicine. I have idvised1 several women who suf- fered as I did to try your remedies may publish this if you wish Mrs DAVID R, MORRIS, South Wellington, Vancoarer Island, B. C. No other medicine for woman's ills has received such wide-sprewl and unquali- fied endorsement. We know of no other medicine which has such a record of Gens as has tydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound IFor more than CO it has the standard remedy for wo- man's ills: such an inflammation, ulcera- tion, tamftra, irregularities periodic pains and nervous prostration, and 've it is unequalled for.wonwt Hnr-; ing the period of .change of life. If you Imie the slightest doubt that E.rinkhamN Vcgcta- Mr Compound n 111 lirl 0 (cunttdeht tier. Yoni lettei6 w il! hr oprnetl, and mixwtTfd br a woman M4 day ohurch and the clergy. He con- tended that the' different denomina- tions pf the Piolestanl churehts iiau made no progress since thcU" organ- ization and the power of the Church of Rome was beaten down. This "advanced age, tlie speaker ar- gued, had got-beyond, tlie people, so to speak. AFen today arc less con- than their ancestors who had not had our great modern inventions. Graft charges, together with church and clergy corruption are being ex- posed. Washington, D.C., Sept. the Austrian government itself takes some steps in the case of Dr. Con- stantin Dumba, its Ambassador here, the Incident growing out of the dfs: closures of the Ambassador's connec- More of the suits and dresses winch stolon oh 'Monday from the room of Mias .MacDonakl of the Dallas Ho- tel, who lost goods lo the value of wore found by the city police this morning, after1 a ..tiring search over tlie city. The goods were cached in the old hospital terrace on Third av- enue. The American, Lambert, who is still in .custo'dy, charged with stea'i ing the wil! come un for trial next 'Wednesday, police have some very convincing evidence ig ainaf: him. Is. believed to have come upVfrom the states recent- ly. His chum, who .was arrested with him on Tuesday, was fined nnd costs for entering Canada lindqr an assumed name .DISCOVERS COMET Chicftiro, E. iiel- liBch of the Yerkes observatory dis covered his fourth comet" last night. It is in the. constellation of Monoc- eros, right ascension, six .hours and 37 minutes, 'declination north S de greea and 50 minutes RESCUERS HONORED Winuipeg, Sept. Sir Douglas Cameron; last evening, presented the medak'.. the Royal -Canadian Hu- mane association to two well-known Winnipeg Trevor Dav les and At Vrw combe for gallant rescues at Winnipeg Beach, last year. Newcomtc" iS ftt 'the front. NOT LIKELY TO BUY WHEAT CROP Toronto, Onl., Sept, .Alar- tin BurriH, of Agriculture, the chief speaker today at the Farm- ers' Day luncheon the Nations'! Ex- hibition, frank in-intimating the present, intention of ihe government regarding the whtiat crop situation. I do not .say it is'Impossible, but 1 do 3ft it 18 not at all probrb'e tlmt the government, conslil- or hujiitK whole ciopt was fN GOLD AND BOND ARRIVES New York, N.V., Sepl, and securities said to exceed in value, the third and largest ship- from England to Nen York within a month, arrived in this city late last night. Guarded ijy 40 .arm- ed men, the snocihl train carrying the gold and securitias, crossed the Can- adian border Tuesday night. It was announced that the steel cars would remain scaled until early this morn- ing, the gold wo.uld be taken to the sub-treasury here. Automobi'ie trucks, guarded by arn: ed men and mounted police t ill cirry the gold and securities through the city. [GOAL FOR 10 GIVE IHE One of the items of business that came before the meeting of the coun- cil of the -Board of-Trade at noon to- day was the matter of the advisabil- ity of the citizens using coal in fur- naces itistead of gas, with ihe object in view of giving employment to citi- zens, who would, in turn, distribute their money in the city. Afeer considerable discussion, AV. J. Nelson and T. Brown were appotil- ed-a committee io make an investiga- tion regarding the number of people- -who burn gas in furnaces and the Cost of the gas, and report at the meeting next week. that we know of for striking. They made no demand for higher wages, shorter hours or changes in. working condi- tions. They jsist-walked out and tied up our p'iantB." S. SI. Hastings of the inois Manufacturers' association, ssid the strike at Torris, Wold Co.'s plant was one of many that had been called to his attention within the past of'stiriing, To Marion Ackroyd of few weeks. Alagraih, was'quietly solemnized last "We are investigating these strikes Mr. and Mrs'." George Faines 3n- nonnces the engagement of their only daughter Ada Florence to "Mr. Alfred John Davis, of Lethhridgo. The mar- riage will be celebrated at 401 12th St. north oil September 22nd, at 7.30 P. m- The marriage of .Miss N'ora Xeilson night at the home of the bride's bro- ther. Mr. James Np-Hson, at Ma- grath. Only the immediate friends anil relatives of the contracting part- and may report the facts to President Wilson after lie, has acted in the case Moving picture films in of Dr. Dumba, Austro-Himgarian am-1 will be scrutinized before said -Mr. Hastings. ing in western battalion's for active sen ice with tlie overseas force. They Need Recruits Three hundred men t.his month alone, will finish their term and two hundred mon- during October, and November. The question of securing recruits Ui take the places of these, men is ihe authorities consid- erable worry. Plenty of men are available, but a vaw recruit without either police or military service would not useful for some time in view of the arduous and varied dut- ies of the mounted police. There are many applications from the United States, but it lias always been the rule to recruit only British subjects for the red coated service. Have Had Experience Many of the American applicants are ex-soldiers with long years of service on the western plains and in the Fhillipines. In view of the large foreign population in western Can- ada, which the mounted police dur- ing the past year kept under com- plete control and the necessity for a continual patrol of districts in which they are in the majority it will be necessary to keep the force up to its presant strength, which is about 200 men. present i tion cve.n more carefully hereafter. BERNHARDI NOW AT FRONT Berlin, Sept. via London. Friedrich A. J. von Bernhardi has been assigned to a Held command, at his own request, by Klinperor William. Me has already left for the front. ITALIAN BOYAKn TAKES PART RED CROSS WORK Photo Di Bngno ftt :v base hospital near Home with Count Hells'Somalia president of the Italian Hcd CIOSR and Captain-Gug- lieltui, an Italian: MftiritiliJ, asehU La drusbing the g[ the V' School Children Can't Afford Handicaps In n remarkable tcsl, recently, made under supervision of a western Board of Health, over school children were questioned as to what they ate for breakfast, A large percentage of the breakfasts consisted of coffee-, bread and butter; coffee and oatmeal or some other cereal; coffee and hotcakes; coffee and biscuits; coffee and coffee cake, or coffee alone. Probably the same conditions prevail generally.. "IS IT ANY SAYS THE EXAMINING PHYSICIAN, "THAT 23 PER CENT. OF THESE CHILDREN HAVE FREQUENT HEAD- He was thinking of the chief It IS no wonder when we consider that coffee contains the powerful drug, caffeine, a nerve poison and notorious cause of headaches, heart trouble, sleeplessness, irritation, and other ills! The results of tea drinking are similar to those of. coffee, because they both contain the same drug. Parents often wonder why their children are sickly, dull and backward in school, when frequently the cause lies in the homely, accepted habil of giving them a heveAge containing an insidious.poison. When scientists and Boards of Health everywhere are speaking out against the dietetic dangers lo which children have been so long subjected, it is high time that parents'take, heed ..and correcl these conditions. No child should be permitted to use lea or coffee. It is easy lo furnish them instead the .pleasant, pure Instant Postum f .Made from wheat, roasled with n bit.'of wholesome'molasses, Poslum contains the goodness of Ihe grain and is a most delicious beverage, economical, convenient and free froni.drugs.or'any harmful substance. Poitum conies In two foiras: .The. original Poitum Cereal, which has to tic boiled; Initant in the .cup with hot They arc' equally delicious, and Hie cost per cup is about the .samp tor both kinds. Postum for Children Avoids Many Troubles! There's a Reason Canadian Postum Cereal Ltd., Windsor, Ont. ;