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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1010 THE LKTHBRIDGK DAILY HEHALly PAGE FIVE lands Owe Health And Eth To the marvellous o nindo from fruit has more cusos of Stomach, Sidney and Skin Troubles er medicine. In scvtiro wises umdtisin, Sciatica, Lumbago, the Bade, Impure Blood, Neu- Chronic Headaches, Chronic tilion and lucliyosiiou, "I'Vmt- has given unusually effective By its cleansing, hniiling on the olinmiatintf organs, i-tives" tones up uud in vigor- whole system. 'box, G fur Iriiil size, Sue. sillers or sent postpaid by Fruit- Uniited, Ottawa. BUYS ALBERTA BONDS Cincinnati, O., Sept. vldont Bond and Trust com- pany announces It has purchas- ed "an exceedingly largo'! Al- berla provincial loan at 4Vi per cent, interest. PHONE 1224 lABEOTEWELL Petrograd, via London, Sept. News oi1 a series ot new battles In the _____ __ general neighborhood of in I was given to the Tabor boys belonging Oalicla, ends an almost unprecedented Hie Kilties. Sergeant Appleton got Mr. C. Lynch-Staunton ot Plncher Crook is in fhe city. MJ83 Maude Oliver spent the week- end 'In Calgary. Tfl nfiUn 111 ...Mr. John Home was a week-end I K UU KM I Calgary. lUDUIOllUIUO Soigt F.: oftllol51Bt (Sni-cliil tc. tlio Herald) I battalion, Sarccc, is n.ncnuins a few Taber, Sept. great send-off t days with his family in the city. E. R. J. Foruter and son Kdgar period ot quiet extending on all Bus- a wire Saturday afternoon stating that have returned from a trip to Creston sian fronts except that in Asia Minor an i0 return at once lo camp. This and other B. C. points. where the Turks without marked sue- spread very rapidly, and at once cess are steadily repeating their of- CMa[ fauids. whose patriotism is 0.1-} Mr and Mrs. James h Ihcobnld forts to launch tin offensive against !waya ln active service, very soon ar- have returned from their honeymoon the left flunk of tile Russian Caucas- ian army. ranged to have a send-off for tiio many Tabor Kilties. In the evening at the Tims after 'weeks of suspended ac- paim theatre at the close of the show tlvlty, General Tlnisiloff lifts v attendance of soldiers' resinned his cnrfinalgn Lemberg. The Itusslans are pressing against which obstructs the way to Lemberg from the southeast. They against fjiieil the place. Mayor Malo. John Marsh. Rev. T Phillips Methodist minister, and W. B. Grubb, secretary of the Patriotic to, spend i Fund, occupied the platform. The spent at Great Falls. Capt. and Mrs. J. 11. Altken of To- ronto arc 111 the city registered at the Lethbridge hotel. are the greatest weight of vcry cn. tlielr attacks; north of Halicz on Miss Frances McCann left this morn- week at Great Falls, .AJontana. Shaw Sept. Raymond Asiiuith, son of the prime minister, was killed in action on Friday last. Raymond Ascinith, who was in his 48th year, was a graduate of Oxford, prcaldent of the Oxford union and prominent as a member o[ the liar to which he was admitted in 1906. lie acted as junior counsel for (Jreat Brit- ain iu tlie North Atlantic fisheries ar- bilrntion at Hague 111 1907. lie was second lieutenant in the County of London reginieiu in iyi-i and lieuten- ant of the Grenadier Guards in 1915. Raymond Asquith was the eldest son of the premier, two brothers, Lieut. Arthur of the Royal Naval reserve, and Lieut. Herbert As- cfuith, were wounded in action at the Dardanelles in Juno 1915. this week, ui-glars evidently found store of the Ulairmore Hard- very easy of eu'rauco, lor de .-another visit there on the occasion, this time, although jurat! no cash, they took largo nuk. U of fire arms, hunting knives and sti.eral hundred rounds of ammu- nition. Several other stores were visited on Friday night but the miscreants evi- dently dirt not find much that they cared to confiscate, as only cigarettes and tobacco and a few other articles were found to be missing. The police are still unable to supply any cluo hut they are confident that they will soon have the night workers iu a safe place. j her of German prisoners.were taken, ho I argues defeat for the entire German division. Al Ithree arms ot the Russian forces contributed almost equally -to the result, the Russian cavalry particu- larly distinguished Itself by executing brilliant reminiscent of old- time warfare) London, Sept. 18.- Kallogero- poulos, Greek premier, declared that the government will observe the most benovelent neutrality toward the Al- lies, says a Renter dispatch from Ath- ens. "He repudiates allegations that he is adds the dispatch, "although he confesses, that he is an admirer of Germany." In North Oxford, the death occurred after an illness of six weetcs, of John EUery in his eightieth year. Mr. Hilary was a native of England, uiiii 1'or- itcuTijT fucy years had resided FALL ASSIZES will meet at the home of A. G. N. Swart, 1310 7tn Ave. S., tomorrow meeting was so limited to'time; only a few minutes notice some of us had, uniiiit iu......... but In the shortness of notice active, nlgllt at eignt o'clock, benevolent hearts have been at said the mayor. And as a result a Mrs. DIxon's section of the Domin- purse ot money was handed to Sergt. ion neDekahs will meet at the home of Appletou for distribution amongst the 1201 6th avenue north to- boys. Pte. Murdock replied on behalf m0rrow at 8 p.m. of all those Taber boys present, and r for the few who were absent, and as-1 The G. I. A. will meet at the home __........ sured the audience they appreciated Sinclair, 805 Cth street south, statement: "Except for artillery and iecond line trenches of the Bulgarians at Kaimakcalan have been taken by Servians who have crossed the Broda river. Heavy fighting continues on the further bank of the river. London, Sept. 18. Comparative quiet prevails along the British front in Macedonia, the war office announc- ed this afternoon. In the following very much the kindly and generous on Wednesday at 2.SO for Red Cross j sewing. Miss Ferguson, matron of the Metll- Tomorrow ''morning at ten o'clock before His Lordship Justice Simmons the fall criminal assizes will open.'the The docket i's very light, the only case of importance being that of Tony Lombard! charged with the attempted murder of Reuben Sillvro last April. Lombard! liaii already done a term in prison on a charge. The case of Hex vs'Chubscz is also an interesting one. it will be remezn- way they have been treated. Rev. Mr. Phillips addressed a few well chosen and instructive words, to .....------0_...... the men in khaki, and said that the odist hospital, Indianapolis, is spend- patriotic committee would do all in ing her vacation with Mrs. J. W. Me- lts power to look after the wives and Keau, Dodsville farm, families of those who were left behind, nnd commended them to the care of Mr. H. J. H. Skeith.left on Friday good and wise Providence. i night for Toronto, where Mrs. Skeith Mr Marsh spoke on the make up of and children have been spending the e boys who were gathered together, summer. They expect to return to the patrol activity there have been no de- velopments on our Struma or Doiran front." :ys who were twenty or thirty present would city at the end of this jnonth. a good account of themselves, would add to the glory and lustre hored that Obubscz was porter at the Dallas Hotel'-last May and in ejecting the late Jerry Carroll from tlio pre- mises the latter fell tin the sidewalk, death resulting. several days after- wards. has been out on bail. Other cases on tbe docket are Rex vs Hodges, jcbargcd with uttering a forged bill; .Rex vs Hyssop, assault; Rex vs ami Hex va Aiello. Following' the successful efforts of the ladies ot> the .congregation in wip- ing oi The History and Current Events de- partment of the Mathesis club will hold of the British army. W. B. Grubb spoke of the good work the Patriotic.branch in Taber had nVinr.l- done and was doing. The boys would row afternoon at clock, keep up the record of the Highlanders its- first meeting for this season at the home ot Mrs. E. R: J. Forster tomor- who iu history, have always done moro Mr. A.-L. Strike, who is spending the summer with'her sister, Mrs. K.. evening to take the special train to Calgary. BOOM IN CHEWING GUM London, Sept. chewing, so Legion. The hon. treasurer of the Alexander Gall Chapter I.O.D.E., acknowledges with thanks the receipt of ten dollars trbm the Trades and Labor council, the Weekly Dispatch reports, is on the seoona prize for patriotic float and a increase here, mainly due to Canadian receipted bill for from the Leth- soldiers. It hastaken a flrnvholdat Whitehall and the Foreign office. The the'mortgage, Christ church, navy and army are also b'.g customers will be-consecrated by the bishop of Huron at special services selling twenty million sticks at aBth which will be held on Sunday, Octo- in the townshp of Dereham. Modern Gullivers Sir William and Lady Mackenzie announce the engagement of their daughter Bertha, to Major J. L. H. McCarthy, 170th battalion, C.E.F., youngest son of the late Dr. J. L. G. McCarthy of Barrie and of Mrs. Mc- Carthy of Prince Arthur avenue, To ronto. Mrs. George H. Edminson, of Elbow park, Calgary, announces the engage-1 ment of her daughter, Kathleen Pris- ellla Charltou, to Lieut. Wallace Ed- ward Brown, of the 190th battalion, C. B. P., younger son of the Hon. Ed- ward and" Mrs. Brown Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg. The marriage will take place early In October. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hosewarn received a wire this morning from their son, Lieut. J. A. Rosewarn of-the 225th bat- talion, Fernie, stating that he is leav- 1 ing tonight for Kngland. He is one of the 200 Canadian officers .who have been asked for by'the Imperial.govern- meut. Mr. Rosewarn was a member of the Imperial Bank .in this city at i one time The Women's Civic club in arrang- ing for the Christinas shower to be held on September 2Sth for the Leth- bridge men it better to put only four articles in each parcel, as tlieje are about. 2000 men to remember this year. The parcels are to contain p.xo cubes, candy, hand- ,__. I kerchief, cigarettes or tobacco. The I parcels to be well wrapped in tissue paper with brown naper outside ready for shipment. If there are any-who would prefer to bring these articles in bulk will mark such parcels "to late Lord Redesdale who 'died last month, and Mr. Mitford, are the des- cendants of a branch of the MiUord 'amily of. Mitford Castle, Northmuber- lanu. In St.' John's church, Medicine Hat, by Mr. R. El Davis was united In marriage to Miss Janet Torranc'e, both' Of Manyberries, Alta., on Friday evening'at eight o'clock. .....9 At Wesley church on Saturday, Rev. G. H. Cobbledick united in marriage Miss Lula' Mae Roth and Mr. John Helge Norden. Mr. and -Mrs. Norden will reside in bethhridge. Mr. Nor- deu being an employee of the C.P.R. On Saturday, September 16th, the marriage was solemnized at St. Pat- rick's church by "Rev: Father Cozauet of'Miss Loretta Todd of Lethbridge and Private Charles Ballard of the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders. The bride was supported by her sister, Miss Mabel Todd and the groomsman was Corp. P. J. Moynihan. Sonic mi.n stand out iiom the ciowd as Gulliver over the Lilliputians. By su- perior cneigy, activity and reserve strength they predominate. Feeling light within, is one ot the fundamentals of'physical and mental strength and is largely the icsult of piopcr nourishment. Grape-Nuts with Cream is the logical food for thinkers nnd doers. It contains all the nutritious elements of whole wheat and'malted barley, is partially ptcdigeslcd, and supplies an abundance of energizing nourishment without overworking the It also includes the vital mineral salts of the grain which are lacking in white bread and many other cereal foods. There's able help tor many in Grape-Nuto. "There's a Reason" -I- f ii Canada by Pwctuin Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. be opened" the members of the club will make up the packages.. Mr. and Mrs. Mitford of Strathcona Court are entertaining a few friends this evening to commemorate the six- tieth anniversary of ar- rival in Canada. -Mr. Mittord's parents with their eleven children and man- servant, left Ehgland by the sailing ship August 9th 186G and after a tempestuous journey arrived at Quebec September 18th. They liv- ed in Toronto till 1880 when the fam- ily moved to Ottawa, where Mr. Mit- ford died in Mr. Mitford mar- ried in 1880 the only daughter ot Colling Erdley Knowls, -Esq.., of Hey- shnm Castle, Lancashire, and of Cllf- tpn Park, Bristol, son of Thos. Know- Is, Esq., of Stookwell Park, Surrey, lind 'o.f Heysham Castie, by the only daughter of Robert Heskpth Esq., of Rossall Hall, Lancashire, sister of Sir Peter Bart., who assumed the additional name of Fleetwood. Six flQns tnd two daughters were the is of the marriage, tons and an only daughter, the wife of Capt. Cragg of Uthbridge, survive. The in tbe Cits CDburcbes After the Last Plunge In anticipation o{ social requirements fol- lowing the vacation period, one's first thought is of the hair. Whether at the sea or mountain, vacation time is always hard on the hair. Experience lias proven there is nothing quite as good as NBWBRO'S HSRP1CIDB to restore to the hair its natural softness and fluffiness. It also keeps the scalp heal- thy and free from dandruff. On account of its daintiness, HERPICIDB is a most delightful hair-dressing used by both ladies and gentlemen of refinement. It stops itching almost Instantly. Buy a bot- tle today. Applications at the better barber by The Herpicide Company SOLD EVERYWHERE Send 10 cents to The Herpieide Co.. Dept. 138-B, Detroit, Mich., for sample bottle and booklet. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., Special Agent. school board has given us additional tbe tentative budget to meet this expense. "Last year between 40 and 50 quarts of milk were used in each of the two schools. We nave found that parents who are able to stand the expense are willing to pay for the milk. Those children receive It free whose parents can not afford to pay. Only the best pasteurized milk is given the pupils." A BULGARS BADLY BEATEN Spokane, Sept. distribution of milk in the Spokane public schools, which was introduced-on trial in two ot the schools last year, proved so beneficial to the pupils that milk will bo dispensed at 15 additional schools this year, according to Dr. J. E. Drake, health supervisor. "The results from last year's experi- ment have been most says Dr. Drake. "Milk was given last year only to the pupils in Washington and McKinley schools nnd the prin- cipals report that It not only Improv- ed the health of the pupils, but also benefitted them mentally. "This year we expect to extend the experiment to 15 more schools. The London, Sept. Bui- gars lost 5000 men in three hours in the first clash in Dc- brudja, says Reuter's Odessa correspondent. German cav- alry was defeated by a flank- ing action. At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer and the word. At at 8 p.m., joint meeting of the session and board of managers. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. At St. society meet tonight. Tuesday at 7.15 Bro- therhood" of St. Andrew. Teachers' meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of intercession. Thurs- day the ladies of the church sew at the Red Cross rooms-. Next Sunday Harvest Thanksgiving will be observ- ed. At St. Andrew's at 8 o'clock, Senior Christian Endeavor In the vestry. Wednesday afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock, the ladies of the church meet at the home of Mrs. Ross, 1619 3rd Avenue North., for Red Cross sew- ing. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir prac- tice. At St. at 8 p.m., service of intercession. Thurs- day at 7.30 'a.m., celebration of. Holy Communion. At St. at 8 p.m., service of intercession. Thursday af- ternoon a thimble tea for the ladies of the congregation will be held at the home of Mrs. Arnold, 20th Street North. Friday at 8.30 a meeting of all the members ot the congregation will be held for the purpose of forming a social association in connection with the parish. At at 8 p.m., the stewards will meet at Mr. Fetterly's rooms. Wednesday evening service will he conducted by the pastor. The subject: "The uniform Sunday School Lesson for the coming Sunday." The district canvassers are requested to make their returns by tonight. At Weitmlntter-T-Toniglit at 8 the executive, of the W. M. S. will meet in the parsonage. Thursday 8t 3 p.m., the Ladles' Aid will meet in the church parlor. Friday evening the choir members are asked to asaemblo for re-orgimlMtipn. Al at 8 p.m., mid-week praver meeting. "Response very satisfac- tory, many inquiries received" is the comment received by wire from Wills and Staiiden, Calgary, when or- dering The Herald to continue insert- ing their advertisement. DIAMOND TIRES The best are none too good. See diamond. tires -before .you replace your old ones. It means money to you. For Your Accessories Phone 1621 Baalim Motor Co. Limited HAHRY HOLMAN, MANAQCR. ;