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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.J91S Zh: letbbrtoje Ibevalfc letbbribge, H'lbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Ratei: Daily, delivered, per Daily, by mail, per year..... Weekly, by mail, per year... TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager PICKED UP 13 FOR IliK BUSY Rev. Canon Sciiilamoro, of Harris- ton, will become rector ot Fergus, I Out. Her. Krnncr, a superannuated! Methodist minister, died ut 1'rter-i boro, Out. Mayor Church hud thc corncr-stono, of the new C.P.K.-C.X.Il. s OF CANADA King and Country Need cm Rig.ht Nou- COFFEE There are other Cofiees but "Seal In }i, 1 and 2 pound cans, Whole ground also Fine Ground for ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The seizure of the Kovno-Petrosrad railway by the Teutonic forces on the eastern front, r.s announced yester- day, gives the invaders of Russia a very strategic position, one ior which they have long struscied, hut it is doubtful whether their advance will go much further this winter. The Rus- sians have retired to the lake coun- try to the northeast, .whera they are flble to strengthen their positions. In Oalicia thc Russian s'.ccesses con- tinue. Important sains in the Dardanelles by the Allies are reported. The Al- lied fleet have shelled effectively sev- eral Turkish positions, and the [but it Oug-nt.t0 be niei by stackin forces had made considerable pro- jgrain probably providence is really [helping us by this seeming drawback. Rumania is said to he preparing to j Xow as j0 ]f mlr worst fears resist by force of arms the German were anij s Iot wheat suf- WHh Cish In IheBauk You Can Buy to Advantage LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH station at North -Toronto. Kev. J. West, Port 1'cr-j ly, will Iiccoine pastor of Kiiox bytcrian church, Tivorton, Onl. I "Uic Underwriters at their convcn-. tion at Toronto alliruieil that partak- i rrs of alcoM arc poor "risks." Thc niiinaeemerit committee of the' Toronto oi Kducation will re- commend that smoking be prohibited in the schools. Mrs. G. E. nrummond, oi a prominent Monirc.il linoneial man, is dead. She was a sister oi Cocks'.iutt, 51.P. for firantiord. Rev. Dr. J. "K. Fraser, D.D., oi AU crUm, P.E.li, has Icon called to j Kuox Preshytflvian church, Gait, I Ont., to succeed Kev. R. K. Knowlcs. j Sir Oeo. Foster, M.P., and Mr. N. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. AY. Koweil, K.C., M.P.I'., made elo-l spending a few nuent appeals ior closed bars during war time at the Underwriters' Con-, days here, before proceeding lo S.is- You knov how everything costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice self-denial lor a while It necessary, open a Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, and with the money in hand, buy at Cash prices? Tho discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and ycu will have made a good start towards financial independence. CONTINUED FKOM tWONT PAGE bqconilng good mill faithful soldiers o( our Kins. On h-half of the Sunday' school, Mr. Cranstouu spoko a few words, nud expressed the. Irtensuro It. to see such a good mnnbor of young men responding to tlio call of their country's ueud. He. stated Hint ilioy would ever bo at front of the minds of the teachers and scholars, and trusted that alt would be. granted a sate return. Tho toachsr of tlio lllblo class, Mr. Macintosh, spolte very and said that from tile intimate knowledge ha luid of them, they would all prove to be soldiers of the highest typo. Ho was sorry to lose the boys out of the Dlble class, and their example was, haviiiz tlio result of sending to tin- W. A. Buchanan (lint two! from tlio next feasible schemes oi raising money, wlu> are only in their teons, but C. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Congregation Boasts of Record or i Uatchewnn, where he -will look over the farm property he owns there, stat- ed in an interview ihat he liad reason organization' coiW be operated with-1 On Vehalf of the soldiers. Private out a loss. An exact idea of the Anderson, 13th C.M.H., first respond- 'amount needed should he olitnlned. ed. AJlor toicJty expressing their He felt that the association was not thanks for the way they had been en- using tile mediums of publicity i tertalueci, arm stating that it was the j enough, and said the newspapers were hope of nil to return and take part In) always willing to lend their aid in a similar function at the conclusion the association were t.ioro of wnr, ho asked Mr. nrysn to ac- known, more talked about, there ils a slight acknowledgement for Suffered Tortures Until She! Tried "Fruit-a-tives" ST. JEAN MATIM, Jan. 27th, 1914. "After suffering for a. longr'timo Dyspepsia, have been- mnclo vrell by I Buffered so much that at last 1 would not (laro to cut for I was afraid of flying- Fivo pare afo, I received samples of "Fruit-a-tives" and afler tuklag them I ;i'i'lt relief. Then I sent for threo boxes'Hud I kept Improving until I was I quickly regained my lost I eat, sleep and a word, am '-Fruit-a-tircs.' MME. CHAKBONNEAU. 60c. a box, 6 for trial Me. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivos Limited, Ottawa. 'its the CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL i British Usod.iMon for the m interview uiai ne nau and a greater membership. He cnureh a pocket wallet and notes. The association will to understand (Jiere was a strong pro- spoke also tho Mr BrJ.11Ilr was received with meet next year in Newcastle. i babilitv of a session' of the House pi I Mr. James McVicar. Paisley hotrl, Out-, lost his license loi four weeks ior not keeping his agree- meat with ether hotslkrepers to re- i irain from selHnz liquor to soldiers. Bruce County Council increased its th. patriotic grant- from a month a to a month so long as the war lasts, Reeve Joynt announcing his intention oi giving durins; the war. s u limo-ls caneu tor win November, He was aware that some Conserva- m were to bring on a gen- hllt ,hi. ho "deprecated election, but thi, he clepreuitea till after the is over. Wiih reference to the crop situa- year tioili Mr, pugsjley said the govern- should either purchase the saying the could fill this need to an extent. Q Jackson sdd ,1Q teU tho applause. said that ho hardly hflt t Ile was surprise and only demand that passage of Gennan troops and munitions be given through Rumania to Turkey. The United States is demanding a disavowal of the sinking of the Ar- abic by Germany, before any question of arbitration will be considered. meeting in discussing the matter of I 'Dovs alld friends for their raising only.J6000 to cover outst md-] Ho always looked on ins was not facing the sim.i-! tlm bovs or jiibie class as the tion sijuarely. There was .520.000 Of st Andrew's, but after the to cover liabilities outsMo otjn.ar sUrted hc thought not only were the mortgage, and he oeheved an et- j (h the strenath but the glory, a'.so. fort should be made to raise Ihisj h exodus of young men amount. Dr. Galhraith took much the was a strain on the church, same view. Some far-reaching not nave u otherwise, was necessary outside of increase in gloriolj tllo facl stm more that fered the loss of a grade, it is a mat-; ter oi a couple of cents a buslieJ. Iti ary to India. He and his wife will be might be worse. There is always the i maintained by the congregation oi possibility of the St. Paul s. At St. Paul's PresVterian church, crop in order "to steady the itLCi-soll, Dr. ci Toronto, price_'or nt ieast taiie advantage of membership. as a medical mission- tllo passed in the United R.. H. Dobson made an anneal on J states, and have wheat and Hour plac-1 behalf oi tho boys aad gilts, I-.r ed upon the free list. j whom the Y.M.C.A. could do a great work. He favored a canvass for LESSONS FROM YESTERDAY'S FIRE It 15 a time since Lethbridge had n fire of the possible dangers of that of yesterday. It might have been much more 'ihe wind crops becoming qi -was blowing and the conditions for ef- j and bisb. rate is maintained, fective fire fighting were Xar from ihe from the grain is to Eatlsfactory. U evideudy takes a fire to emphasize some weaknesses, and yesterday's blaze ought to "prove beneficial if the proper lessons are to be learned from the experience. It would cot. do any harm if there was a thoroueh inquiry to place responsi- bility for delays. only too willing to assist Oar farmers should bend all THAT "FOUR FEET" CONVEYANCE THE BIST Duncan Anderson's remark about alfalfa that "it is a crop which should walk off the farm on four should stick, it means the solution of tba problems of the irrigated farmer. to pu Once this .farmer can feed his alfalfa to stock on his farm, he is on the to affluence. When that time comes the. irrigated districts of the south will be the most prosperous in the province. There is the problem, of course; of securing the money to imy the stock. The Lethbridge Board of Trade is assisting in the solution, and farmers, anxious to get into stock raising, will find the Board of Trade them, their efforts towards building up their herds-of livestock in order that the time may soon come when the alfalfa will move off the farms on four leek There may not always he a market for alfalfa, since the output is in- creasing, but people will always, de- beef, milk, butter and cheese. Jamb, wool, bacon and pork. The farmer should provide what the peo- ple most need.- Dr. Michael Clark, the well-known member for Red Deer, during a dis- cussion of grain congestion at the head of the Lakes, in the House of Cnmmons, declared that he had nev- er had trouble in shipping grain. "You know, I send :.ly wheat and barley out on four feet to the Olds he declared. The Anderson anci Clark plan is the ibeat way to get rid of the worries about frosted grain, grain prices, car shortage and other concerns of the wholly, grain farmer. be well nigh as good as though ths price was high and the yield only Mayor Says More About Boulevards Mayor Bardie addresses the follow; s letter to the Herald today: Editor. Lettbrldge Herald: President lie Arthur presided at the meeting, and presented a statement ._ j___ _., they had hnd the ambition to go and do their bit for King and Country. Sergt. MoKean of the 51st Battalion, who was the student who opened the Presbyterian cause at ille, j a'iso spoke a few words, and said that they felt very much the leaving behind of "all their friends, .hut they wero j proud to he King's uni-j form. During the evening songs and reci- tations were interspersed, and this i part of the programme was taken part in by Misses Hazen, Washbrook and A. Washbrook, anu Messrs. Stuart and Jackson. The gathering concluded with the j accommodation ior' singing of Auld Lang Syne and ihe j ot of the best, and National Anthem. The Auocistcd of Royal Academy of Music Royal College o( Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations In Music PATRON His Altjesly Ihe King. Music Examinations 1916 Opens to of Tetchert of Mude. Thc Annual in Practical Music mid Theory held throughout Canada in Mavand June, 1916. An examin- ation in Theory only will be held Novcnihcr loth 1515, application to be made by October ist 1915. j An exhibition value a tout fyx> offered annually also 2 Gold ami'a Silver Medals. Mnjft far the tiumiiinlionsntMl all particulars may be obtained ou opplica- H.WABiNG 777 Shnler Street, Montreal. (Resident Secretary lor Canada.) Parents and Tenchcrs wishing; to enter their pupiis. for Uieae..eiaminatiaii5 should communicate with thc Secretary at once and have their names placed on mailtug Hat, 6 Tea plants average about fifteen vcars oi life. Canada First BUY HOME GROWN FRUIT way company had done this only in places where -v- thought that the company might noti' for thc next six months which wouw t.llint such a thing necessary here.; Government experts have estimated give some idea oi the The jdea wnj however.! that tile Missouri river each year car- The meeting concluded with ries away more than tons CONTINUED FROM FSO.N'T PAGE, j Si8c The liabilities'Of include mortgage to the city, exceeded any standard demand dream- and about other current lia-1 ed oi before the war. and interest I Reviewing the military situation, with outstanding notes. j Mr. Asquith stated that in France Forecasts Great Work I and Flanders the position of the favored schemes at the meeting British troops had been strengthened Of rsjsmg money were by monthly J11U. everywhere by large reinforcements of pubUc subsoriptibns .and by increased men aad munitions and tiwt there mpmrershin J D Hisinhotham, as been a considerable extension of onTo'theVriv directors oi the "in- vards in last nights issue: let me say orle ln lllc u. ..._.. __j in the first place that I appreciate it, sent expenses needed. This statement gave the tontati-.e receipts at S.721.53 month, anli-tliei iho'slngtag "oT tbe "national' anthem. that it drains. resolutions set forth above, and with of silt and soluble matter Irom lands over irom the French. stttution, opened the discussion, and In the Danian lies; he continued, pointed out" the ereat need of .the Y. British have made substantial in the He believ- wKl I I gains, though they had not succeeded tjja'j. n ,vmM be quite fessible il to bring out the views of our people, i YE" jiJiodeins the' Turks from thi At the present time, ano] in fact at I crest oi Jhe hill. The British now all times, our finance requires careful hold thc front of more than 12 mihs. watching, and every economy possi-: In the east, Mr. Asquith said, the. determined effort -yere made to keep the institution going.' He point- 1 that with the permanent ckse bars next year, many young ble. Our aim is to keep down taxes Russian army remains unbroken. KR men wouid De cut ot places and keep things moving. If private asserted the superiority oi the ('er- citizens, -by an hour or two of good ex- i mans was only in artillery and that ercise, can keep their boulevards cut their objective was still far out of and clear of weeds, they will have reach. saved themselves and the city that I One thing more the Prime Minister much, which in the aggregate is a large sum, each year. I am carelul hot to propose any- thing for other citizens in this line that would not also affect Our policy is to always throw out a hint to the people to feel their pulse, on anything that is new and of importance. Might I the citizens to opposed was "the sinister spirit oi. domestic strife." Give and Take "We must all be ready to give and take, and take and he said; "and it must not be said that in the greatest moment of our history our arm was shorn of Us strength by any fai'iures on the part of either the rul- ers of the to concentrate upon the .unexampled task the conscientious councils, undivided energies and un- forealcable, fcurfomitable will of the British people." The Premier also announced tbat nearly men had existed. He made this statement in reviewing the Arabia has a tract- of unexplored financial and military situation so far terr j tor v-nearly five times the size of'as military exigencies permitted, but Great nearly a quarter this requirement necessitated in many of Australia has net been visited by iostances, only vague references to pect the impossible from the finance department, and to lend a helping hand to get through our difficulties. Yours truly, HARDIB, Mayor. civilized man. I the trend of events. NO REASON TO BE GLOOMY There may be a sliver lining to the clouds hovering about tbe minds of farmers and business men con- cerning the .delay to harvesting by Wet weather, and the possible damage to crops by the frost. The delay In harvesting may a godsend to ihe farmer. The longer he can stave dff putting his grain on the market, the better chance he will have of get- ting a good price. The slow move- .weht of grain is to be greatly desir- ''here is complaint of a scarcity of threshing outfits. Such a. condition pay be an inconvenience to fanners, COFFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Alwayt ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food pro- ducts they 'are of the highest quality and are sold guaranteed "to give every satisfaction cr if otherwise the purchase price will be refunded. entertainment and it-was the duty of the Y.M.C.A. to provide suitable entertainment ior these young reen. There must be some substitute ior tre bar which would fce an uplifting factor. Rev. David Ross believed much could be accomplished in increased revenue by linking up more closely with the surrounding districts taking in miners and .fanners. j Dr. Lovering believed that the scope oi the institution could be-enlarged to include many more physical class- cs for young women. i Robert Nimmons made a.strong ap-- peal for the maintenance o'f the in- stitution, pointing olt its great-ne- cessity as a moral factor in the com- munity. He said U it was a matter oi only r.r month more it should be an easy matter. He would he willing to pledge whatever he could to help along. The good the institution did was greater than whatever the cost might he." j Mr. AIcArthur said it would he possi'.lc' to cut down the erst oi op- eration by getting along_ w.ith a tec- rotary, an assistant, a janitor and a matron for the rooms. This was a; considerable cut in staff. j Speaking oi a campaicn for. funds, A. J. nlackburne pointed out that the Patriotic and Red Cross funds miijht have prior claim 'in the public mind. j Plea for Young Women Mrs. Arthur Reid made a plea for' more days rer week for the young j I women at the President Me- i I Arthur said his idea' wis :that three i days a week should be allowed the i ladies, and this might mean a great- i iy increased membership among them.! Travelling Secretary H. Ballan- tyne of Calvary, who was.present, made a rousing speech in appealing I for the continuance of the orgapiza- j tion. He believed it was financially i possible. Thc Lethbridge "Y" was not the only one in the country that I was facing financial difficulties. Ho believed that even with .the large j membership of former years the or- j ganixation was touching only about i iO per cent, oi its constituency, and- i believed a wide li I.-I still remained to Ihe covered. He the vork of the i.yii after the war than ever bd'irc. The association i had followed the soldiers from iiio i :camos into the irenchcs, and they were becoming endeared to the Instt ttition, and greater denrads volild be made upon it when IM conflict was past. At Less Cost-- There's more nutritive value that the system will absorb in Grape-Nuts than in either meat or bread. A remarkable fact. Weight for weight, a package of Grape-Nuts sup- plies one-lhird more nourishment than a roast of beef and a about half the cost. A roast, of beef is about twenty per cent, waste anrl there is a shrinkage in cook- ing. "Grape-Nuts comes ready not a crumb need be wasted. Think it over! Then .there's bread lacks certain ele- ments essential to buildir.g brain and body. Why? Because in milling white flour, four-fifths of the precious mineral content (all important for health and life) is thrown out with the brancoat of wheat, lo make the flour look white and pretty. Grape-Nuts FOOD not only supplies all none-building, nerve- and muscle-making phosphates of the all (he n-Ji nutriment of malted barley. Besides, Grape-Nuts is easily in about an bread and beef require about hours. Grape-Nuts comes in germ-proof, moisture-proof to serve with cream or de- licious ration, economical and liigli.ly nourishing. "There's a Reason" Made in Canada Sold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postiim Cereal Co., Windsor, Ont. Watch for the British Columbia Brand on the Box British Columbia's Famous Plums Are Here The patriotic housewives of Western Canada will want every box" and because these preserving varieties have such a delicious flavor, .because they are grown in Canada, and because the price Js right. The large, dark blue, golden Italian-Prune is a prime favorite for preserving and can- niug as as for puddings and pies. There is no fruit with such'a satisfying tastq; Get a British Colum- bia Fruit Booklet. H contains' 225 careful I) cjjoaeu and tested recipes well as complete instructions on how to preserve .fruits with- out sugar. Engravings arc giv- en of all the 'principal varieties apples together with descrip- tions of Weir qualities and their USPS. Mail a poat card TODAY to W. E. McTaggart (lie Dritteh Columbia Fruit Mar- twia Commlasionei', 828A 8th Avenue West, Calgary, Alta., for a free copy of tliip .hand- somely illustrated booklet, a copy of .which GiiouU! >ljo hung uj) in evory kitchen. Include tlie names find addresses of your neighbors: for tlicy, too, will be interested. DO IT NOW1' t Watch this space for Offic fi Fruit ;