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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHnniDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAT, SEPTEMBER Ml 3Letbbrib0e Iberalb letbbrtOge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY RATES DUly, delivered, per Daily, by mall, per year. Wotkly, by mail, per year..... (4.00 3.00 1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Managing Director Business Mansjor 1S5Z 1J24 AS THE SITUATION LOOKS On the success of the German forces at Verdun evidently rested a movement of the enemy against the Allies. la Bplte of Berlin reports to the contrary, it may be taken that failure has met the force under tho Crown Prince. For this explains the news that tie Germans are preparing for reiletanoe northeast of Rheicis It yet remains to be seen -whether the Wg'fljJit rill taie place on French territory, or -whether Allies by an enveloping movement further threat- ening the German line of communica tlons, will force a drawback, leaving to. .themselves the time and place for giving battle. Tie Germans are now. acting the But played by tie Allies in the initial of the campaign. But there is a difference. In the light of later events tie retreat of the latter was a strat- egic movement for gaining time, every lose of which was vital to the lot. With UIB Germans it can hardly to called a counter move for obtaining A later advantage. jTor; if dispatches and what eye-witnesses have stated, count for anything, it is not an order- ed retirement, but one made under coinpnliioB, with every, sign of demor- alization. PICKED UP IN t ASSING FOR THE BUSY NAN Wm. Hetherlpgtou has been commit- ted for trial at North Portal, da charge of murdering au unknown man, Capt Caldwell, one of the oldest residents of Amherfetburg, Ont; is dead. Rev. H. S, Graham of Madoc has ac- cepted a call to the Markham Presby terJau church, Prohibition is now in effect in Bon- aventure county, Quebec. Rev.' H. A. Wright of Brantford will become -Anglican rector at Amherst- burg. Oat, Rer, Father Franflis Rohleder, a well-known. Roman Catholic priest, is dead at Toronto. Rev. J. M. Treadrea, a superannuat- ed Methodist minister, died in To- ronto. The vice-president of the Massev- Harris Co. says high assessment may 'orce the company to leave Toronto. Dr. Rutherford, dean of the Saskat- chewan Agricultural college, Will se- ect the 1500" horaes, Saskatchewan's pft to the Mother Country. Waterwarir Engineer A. W. Ellsou Fawkes was dismissed by the Calgary council, oa recommend atica of the commissioners, and given three mouths' salary in lieu of notice. Captain J, H. Jelllcoe. father of Vice- Admiral Jellcioe, second sea lord of Suffered Terribly Until She Took "Frult-a-tlves" ST. JRAN DH MATH A, JAM. 27tb. 1914. "After suffering for a long time with Dyspepsia, I have been cured by "Fruit-a-'iives11. I -suffered so much that I would not dare eat for I was afraid of dying. Five years ago, I received samples of "Frtiit-a-lives" 'I did not wish to try them for I bad little confidence in them'but, seeing my husband's Anxiety, I decided to do no ahd at once" I felt relief. Then I sent for three boxes and I kept improv- ing until I was cured While sick I lost several pounds, but after taking 1 quickly regained I hid lost. Now I eat, sleep and digest a word, I am completely cured, thanks to "Frmt-a-lives" M. CHARBONNEAU Kruit-a-tives" is the greatest stomach tonic in the world and will always cure Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Djsoepsia and other Stoinich Troubles. 500. a box, 6 trial size, 250. At'all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. marriage to Countess Ina Von Basse- witz was solemnized at Schloss Belle- vue. In North Berlin. Adalbert mar- ried Princess Adelheid of Saxe-Mein- iugen. I am told that he kissed his bride after "ceremony, but immed- iately left tor headquarters on the North Sea. Such- partings were il- luminated by hope. One of my serV' ants told me a story more terriX'e. It concerns one of. own cousins The story I almost'shrink from priat- the died at Hyde, Isle of j for l believe it is uoesampled -Wight..Captain Jellicoe had spent his even in the incalculable tragedy of BE .LENIENT .WITH FARMERS Mr. Hugh 3oyd is perfzctly right in his, view that the, banks, loan compan- ies and implement companies 'should carry the farmer along "for another year. It is unwise to seize a farmer's property iu payment of debts in a year it is practicaJly impossible 16 dispose of farm lands, implements, and somo, classes, of stock at a decent fig- The debt cannot be that is all there is to it ,Tha farmers must be carried until next year, at any rate -Of -curse, a bank or a loan companj or an implement com reason to be or their creditor, they are warranted in acting but in a year like this it is, tp our mind, unbusinesslike and sacrifice an, honest farmer's holdings in order to merely reduce a liability. life in the merchant marine service. Tn-response to a cablegram George Moore, a millionaire racing man of St. Clair, Mich., formerly of London, Eng land, leaves Jn a day or so for France to act as aide de camp to Sir John French during th.fi Furnnean war Sir John and Mr. Moore have long been intimate friends. Here is the story The Gefretier (private absolved from sectry duty; 'but not yet with non-com's George Lepsius, obliged to report himself at barraclts Prominent Westerners in Charge of International Irrigation Congress at Calgary October 5th to 9th Another death has occurred at Va3- earlier camp, Bombardier for CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT ECONOMY It must strike the public as peculiar that .at tho very time the Dominion fiorcrnment is urging: .manufacturers and others to cheer up and not lay off their men, two officials of the Customs department in this city are laid off for the reaaon that the revenue has decreased The Dominion government lit certainly finding a method of coping with unemployment by putting mea out of its own empio) aume the fact that tne two men off at -were appointees-of tht late liberal government ing to Jo with the decision to reduc? tat staff It might be mentioned inci dentally that all members of the staff appointed, by the present gavernmeat retain their jobs "Evidently in the practice of economy Liberals are to be iQft only sufferers When conditions improve, we wonder if they will set thb'? jobs back7 It is rather peculiar that the CUB toma lepartmeat it to lay ote two Liberal apoomtees for economy's sake at almost the very time tha1- other fai ored members of the staff have 'been granted an in crease Jn salary Loss of revenue us ually doesn't warrant salary Increases A Winnipeg man has been elected snark of the universe the'order of Hoo-Hoos In times the 'Peg has been the home of many sharks of the universe. R B Bennett, M P, made his debut as an auctioneer at a sale of flowers for tie patriotic fund in Calgary He made a complete success, m the dead girl's hand, military' P Barnet of Renfrew has wired to tns and clerk tramp- tKe Youns Institutes of South Burnstow and Bencher alley, Renfrew counts, have purchased a carload ofvoats which will be sent for use of tie horses iu the Canadian overseas coptingent. Residents of Til sonburg and tarmers around that town will ship a carload of apples to Valcartler. ;Lord ex-governor of India, speaking at Glasgow, said Indians hare no desire to change British rule for the.Prussian sabre or the Jackboot of the German, infantryman I van hope that these Indian troops when thev come to Europe will be in at the death. -1 should like to aee the pennants of Bengal lancers fluttering down-the streets of Berlin.-and the dark skinned Gurkha making himself in the gardens of Potsdam.' It is to Mr.' Aaron Danielson Saslr., 'that is to go the honor of bemg the first farmer of Western Canada to present the Dominion gov- ernment with of the famous.Sas- katchewan hard wheat, Mr, Daniei- soa's idea is to have the tti mitigate the hardships of those left dependents by their relatives being called away to ths colors. Mr. Dauiel- sokis of Swedish birth, bis people em- ting while he "was only a boy to the Stato of MlnneBOta. THEORIES IN THE HOSPITAL (Kansas City Star) Among the other theories that hare not worked out In practice are these 1 That our modern implements of war, being so .terribly destructive, have made war Impoisible That financiers are the real mas- KB of Europe. Taat the spread ot Social Urn In Europe baa made the afraiti lo ttfht GERMAN WAR MARRIAGES (R, iu Cplller'i) In addition to many Bismarcks, Bue- Iowa, MoltkeB, and members of other 'amous famlllea, the Kaiser's two .sons Princes Oscar and Adalbert, were among-the nice, ed out of the church. Cut This Out Famous Speclaliji't Recipe for Catarr hal Deafness and Noises 'II you know someone who is .troub- led vftth head- noises, or- catarrhal deafness__cut out this formula and Iiand to them and you will have been the means of saving seme ncor suf ferers perhaps from total Recent experiments proved con cluEively that datarrfial deafness, head noises, etc., direct cause of constitutional: disease; and .that salves, sprajs inhalers, etc, merely tempor ise with the complaint and seldom, if ever, effect a paimanent cure This being so, much time and money has been spent of late by a noted special 1st in perfecting a pure, gentle yet effective tonic that would Quickly dis- nel all traces of the catarrhal poison fiom the system The effective Bcnption which was eventually form ulatQd, and which has aroused the be lief that deafness will aoon be extinct, is'given below In understandable form so that oan treat themselves in their own home at little expense. Secure from your pz. far- mint (Double about 7Bc worth. ..Take this home..and: it pint of hot water and 4 oz ol moict or granulated sugar? stir until dissolved. one tablespconful four times a-day. The'first dose- promptly, ends .the molt distressing head noises, head- ache, dullness, cloudy thinking, etc. while the bearing returns as the system is invigorated bv the toric action of the treatment. Loss of smel! and muous dropping in the back of the .threat are' other symptoms! that show the pretence of catarrhal poison and which are quickly overcome by this efficacloqt treatment Nearly so cent ol all Mr tropes are direct ly caused by oaUrrh, therefore there are b.it few isocring can not b'e restored hy