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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD ufcDAY, SEPTEMBER ii, 1914 WlllllllH iiiiiil ''Some fine day, Bill I'll put on some life insurance and, when I do 111 take it with you." In these words last summer .1, young man declined to apply for an Imperial Life policy to protect his widowed mdthcr'against, the contingency of his death.. 'Fpur weeks later he and ..a friend were drowned while, bathing. Supposing you should die xould happen to your dependents? Would they be ilcs- tined to a life of hardship? It is for you to say. Yon can prevent it by means'of an Imperial Home Protection policy. Let us tell you more about it? A postal will bring the THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance C ompany of Canada. HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. I. ffillde, District Manager, Ittttridgt it; jer toHcyktlifrs' protection ttest of any No Change In Price of Blue Ribbon Tea BLUB RIBBOF TEA ,00. lune plea- sure in announcing that they do not pio- 'pose to take advantage of the advance in price of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in Western Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. spite of the heavy dutv %hich has just been im posed upon Coffee, we Trill continue to sell Blue Ribbon Coffee at old pricei. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipflg Edmonton .Calgary LEADING NEW YORK COTTS THE SAY.VILLE WIRE- LESS MESSAGES Now York, Sept. follpn-ing anuouncement was published in The Evening, Telegram "The Telegram annouuces and with good cause that so long as the present lusts it not pub lish again one single line of lwair news' which is sent out- through any German or othenvise.'as hav ing come irom Berlin wireless. 'This paper is in a .position to know that wireless'stations in this country have not, arc not arid will not receive any authentic war news from Berlin, ami that the newswhicl has already been credited "as having come from of Germany to this countrv bv wireless has been the rankest fake imaginable with not one shred of authenticity Jf "Count von Bern- storff. German ambassador to the United States, or anybody in German embassy in Washington, cares to dispute the fact; that these .wire- less reports received in New York are not authentic The Evening' Telegram will be glad to ;have.them prore their case. 'There has been much mysterv con- cerning the reports received." irom Berlin since the war began, but the mvsterr has been cleared away to the satisfaction of The Evening Tele- gram, which, in 'order to 'give its readers1 all the -reliable news possible :o obtain through legitimate chan nels, will in future rely, solely on its own correspondents abrqad, as well as the Associated'Press reports, con- cerning all war actmties in Europe the proper'time The Telegram is going to make an ex- pose of some of-those German, 'vic- tories' which were not 'made in Ger- many1 but were..manufactured on this side of the CHURCH SERVICES TOOK FIRST iSTEP. AT SEVENTY-THREE Paris, Sept. George de Reuter and James Gordon Bennett, proprietor of the .New York-Herald, were married here today. The baron- ess was formerly Miss Maude. Potter, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE1 FIRST CHUHCK'OP CHRIST. 6, Hull Block.lSer- at eleven a. m. Wedneldtjr, ey- teitlmony meeting, 8.00 p.m. Tile iciiloj room ii open D fc-Cameron, Cards ton department of the Sunday scnooi ai 10 a m Bis Brothers' class in the schoolroom 1.30. All pthef departmsnts, Including Adult Bible class, at 3 pm Chinese clan at 4 p m Full chorus choir at both ser Uces cordially invited METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH- I'.ev J B Francis pastor Clara meeting st 10 am Services at 11 am and 7 30 p m Rev J "D of Cal- gary, will preach m the morning. Children's topic, "Choke CtorrMB Evraing subject, "The Leaven of. tire Pharisees WESCBY Rev. OrrHl dobbltdlck, pastor. Reiideixw, SiO Eleventh strett, 'phone 404 3 pm, Bible school, all departmenU "11 V m "Abounding 7 80 p m Her; W E B D oi Toronto, will preach, subject, "The Bible among .the iELieVf M 411 -BtJitrm he has applied diligently to the Qr lessoning the stock of grape juice !n his cellars His rela tlvts, friends, and guests have assist- ed him But their efforts have been in vain The more thev consume the more remans. For every bottle .drain- ed, are sure to arrue bj the next mail Nou Mr admits Hut his, appetite for grape juice is departing. NOMINATIONS IN ILLINOIS Jhioago, III., Sept. from ypsterday's primary indicate that Roger. C. Sullivan has been nominated for United Statee senator by a wide CongreBsmtn bawrence B Stringer, his nearest opponent on the Democratic ticket. For the Republican senatorial nomi- nation. Senator who ia seeking to be returned, appar- ently has a safe lead over former Un- States Senator WiKiam E Mat Raymond Rohinn, ft Reftlement worker, WM iiuovposed for the pro- nominatton, for senator It IN BBAKT OF.OITT, HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE TORONTO >i T A Sj Vogt, Mui.'Doc., 14 Mutlcal.Director A national institutioh, in Canada as the' irf BOOKiiinia ICAL CENTRE 13 and pamphlet descriptive: of the? EXPRESSION F.-H. Klrkpatriok, Ph.D. Prlncl'pil. iSPECIAL CAllENOAR PubHc reading, O'atonr, Phyeleiir and Vocai Culture, 'Driimiitfc' ArtJ: Literature7' Royal Academy ol Mniic Royal College of Music for Ueal ExiMlutfHs Music IMS The Annual in .Practical MH ic will held throuehont CauaJaiii SI ay and June, atlon in Tfceory only will be heWNoventher t 'nth .gu, application tobcinkde byOctobey An cihibitton nboiit aBercd anutiftlly al o 2 Gold aqd a'.SliveryM'dals. v llabti for the all particulars may be obtained on tionfo -'J H (InMraf Secretary I Patenta and Teachers 'tiicii pupils for thcac c communicatewHh tbiir nimea p Alberta Ladies' College of Red Deer A High Cl Re'i.Wentlal School for Cirlt and Young IPubljc and High School Work 100% of our stuaenta writing m the Departmental were SUCCESSFUL Excellent couriea In Music, Art, Household Science Ph'yii-1' cal Culture strong and efficient Fees very_ moderate, Autumn 'Term opens Tuesday, September 8th. To ensure ;r ,____________________ll__' _Tv______ Inj room reservati milled _____ay, bepiemuer recommend earl? application, N. D. 1 ,ROYAL.COLLEGE, A for. Boy. and. n Glrrt" ind young 1 TeacSen ".lidle. Cojiege courw PHYSYCAL oiwenold cutaitt i r 'l'f- j I ;