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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 191-1 THE LETHRRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FTTZ DID HELP HER 'i But Lydia E. Pinhham'i Veg- etable Compound Restored Mrs. Bradley's Health- Her Own Statement Winnipeg, Canada. Eleven yean ago I went to the Victoria Hospital, Montreal, suffering with a growth. Tha doctors said it was u tumor and could not be removed as it would cause instant death. They found that my organs were 'affected, and said I could not live more thansixmonthsin the condition 1 was in., "Aftorlcame homo I saw your adver- tisement in the paper, and commenced taking Lydia B. Mnkham's Vegetable Compound. I took it constantlyfor two years, and still take it at times, and both my husband and myself claim that it was the means of saving my life. I highly recommend it to suffering ORILLA BRADLEY, 284 Johnson Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can. Why will women take chances or drag ing three-fourths of the joy of living, when .they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vegeta- ble Compound For thirty years it has beun the stan- dard remedy for fe- mnle ills, and has re- stored the health of thousands of women who have been trou- bled with such ail- ments 84 displacements, inflammation, ulceraiion, tumors, irregularities, etc. H you want special advice to lydia E. Pinkham Med- islino Co. (confidential) Iiynn, Your letter will be opened, reiul.itncl answered a wiirariB, and Isold in strict confidence. Even the Laziest Liver and Bowels respond to the gentle action of At all Druggbfca and VITA T.WcU {or Sick Nerves) S Trinity Church Services Sunday: No children's church in the morning. 3.15 p.m., Sabbath school; T.39 p.m., evening service: Rev. W. H.- Muncaster, M.A., of will praach, and it. is hoped that many "will take advantage of this opportunity ot hearing Mr Muucaster. Mr. Mun- casier will meet with the managers af- ter tlitj.service. The English class will be held on Monday, "Wednesday and Thursday at 8 p.m., and on Tuesday at 8 'p.m. lor EnsUi-h-speaklng students. Junior C.E. on: Wednesday at 8 p.m. lui'd choir practice on Friday at 8.30 p.m. To Care Catarrhal _ Deaf ness and Head Noises Persons suffering from catarrhal deafness and bead noises will be glad to know that ,ttiis distressing afflic- tion can be successfully treated at home- by_an internal that in many Instances has eilected a com- plete cure after all else has failed, Sufferers who could scarcely hear a of a watch was plainly audible Beven or eight inches away from either ear. Therefore, if you know someone In view of serious on- Morale of hog; cholera been ravaging tho herds'of the farm- ers In different 'parts of-southern Al- berta, it IB thought well to publish the following tro'atlsd in its entirety... The authority IB UmiUQBtion'aWe, and' lie who acts under, the suggestions' con- Die of dirt on feet of attendants or neighbors who Imvo previously yisited farms whoia hog cholera, exists. H may also be carrlod in. this way by dogs, and by orows and other birds. It has been claimed, and considerable proof has 'been brought to show it, that the diseaso may'bo carried down- tulned herein, can bo assured that hojatream from herds which aro afteoted Is acting right. Dr. M. Dorset, chief above. It is, therefore, vert to avoid of the blochemlc division 'of the bureau of animal industry of the United States department of agriculture, is recog- nized as a leading authority on the subject of hog cholera, and the follow- ing was talrea from his Bulletin on that subject, published for the benefit of the farmers in. the United States. With the high prices which prevail at the present time lor pork and Its products, the southern Albarta farm- :r should do all In his power to help :onvbat this terrible scourge, that it placing hogs so that they -will have ac- ceis to streams 'which pass through other farms. As diseased fre- quently iraniiorled "by rail, It .Is quite possible- for infection to bo introduced Into a farm 'by litter dropped' from cars In transit, especially if OK the farm have access to the tracks. Symptoms "Tho beginning of hog cholera In. a herd Is marked by the sickness of one or two hogs. There nothing par- ticularly characteristic in the symp- may be eradicated from our herds en- Date their orders and get busy. The following IB Dr. Dorset's view: "Hog cholera Is an acute febrile dis- ease, which, so far as Is known, af- fects ohly hogs; and which IB charac- terized by extreme contagiousness and a very high death rate. "Tho germ or microbe which causes Inclination to move, weakness, loss of appetite, a high fever, inflammation or the eyes with gumming of the lids, and there may be diarrhea. It the sick animals are examined carefully, red or purplish blotches may be seen on the skin, oEpBclally'over the surface of the abdomen, on the inside of the legs. hog cholera is present in the .blood of tbe strongest microscope now available. "W.hilo tho specific cause of hog cholera Is the minute micro-organism 'or germ just referred to, there are many factc-rs which may render a hard die after being flick only a lew days. "It will thus be seen that before death the appearance of hogs affected with Jiog cholera ir, not particularly characteristic, for the symptoms, espe- cially in acute cases, are not only such as might 'be expected In a severe dls- dirty drinking and feeding troughs. Of course, unsanitary surroundings and feed can not in themselves. pro- tinco hog cholera, but they lower toe vitality of .hogs to such an extent that they become comparatively easy vic- tlme of any disease-producing germs to which they are exposed. Modes of Distribution "Although the conditions just men- tioned, undoubtedly exort considerable influence upon1 the- relative resisting powers of hogs to hog cholera, the disease can be started in a herd only by introducing the germ which causes It. The dangerous factor in spreading hog cholera is, therefore, the sick any which .might serve to -carry particle of dirt from infected. yards .may be the means o? starting an outbreak of tile disease. Water Will Spread. Disease. 'Aside from the danger of introduc- ing infection through the hogs them- selves, it must -fee remembered that the gsrm of tlie -disease, 'which, as al- ready stated, is Infinitesimally small, may be transported in. parti- be made. General Preventive Measures 'All that is necessary to prevent hog cholera is to keep the germ of tho disease away from the herd. It has been shown that In the vast majority of cases this germ is transported nic- ebanica'ily, in the bodies of sick hogs and on the feet of men or animals, in- cluding birds. It thus follows "Bat the chances of an outbreak of hog chol- era will ho greatly lessened, if not completely avoided, if a herd is pro- tecfed from these carriers of the in- fection. The enforcement of a com- plete quarantine is, however, not prac- ticable under average tarm conditions, and the best that can he hoped lor is the lessening of the opportunity Jor infection -by placing tie P of the farm that will be the least ac- cessible to men or animals from other farms. Hog lots should lo- cated near public roads if this can be avoided. All newly purchased stocl should he kept sepefate from the main herd for at least thirty days." CITY AND DISTRICT Aualrlans Dealt With Twenty Austrians, charged with a breach of the recent proclamation re- garding the', possession of arms by alien before In- spector Llndsay'.at the.Mounted'Police barracks .Their arms and been confiscated by the authorities. Six of-the man proved their Canadian citizenship and were allowed ta'go, another nnjf-doz- en eie allowed to go on suspended sentence with la warning, re- mainder were assessed small fines One local-Austrian, "who has been a ;esident of the city for several years, :alled at the Mayor's office this morn- ing to see what could be done toward returned He is a Accepted Call to Red Deer Rev. Wm. Sillier, formerly pastor of the Baptist church at High River, who resigned in order to continue hia studies in Baltimore, was mot in Cal- gary by members of the Home Mission Board, and after much persuasion for- sook-his original Intention and accept- ed a call to the Red Deer church. Harvest utanksgivino at the Citadel i i, who is troubled with head noises or] The Salyitlon Army will be cele catarrh, or catarrhal put bratlng their annual hanest thanks this formnla and hand to them and giving at the Citadel tomorrow in a senes of special services at 11, 3 and 7.30. The'.'Citadel has heen tastefully decorated and fruit, and an abundance of thankoffor ings nave been given, which make a splendid display, which speaks well for you willihave been the means, of sav- ing some .poor sufferer perhaps from total deafness. The prescription can be prepared at home and is made follows Secure from your druggist 1 oz. Pap- mint (Double Strength) about 75c AT woith. Take this home, and add to Southern Alberta's root crop Many it pint of hot -nnter) and 4 oz. of wonderful of laiso vege- moist granulated sugar, stir anil! dis- tables are amons the collection Cap solved Take one tablespoonful four tain and Mrs Tutte will conduct the times a day services, irhichiwill, take tho term The first dose promptly ends tho thanksgiving and p-aise, and a hearty most distressing noices, dullness welcome is extended to all to partlci- cloudy thinking, etc, nhile tho hear- pate gpTcial, harvest music by the are "other "symptom's" that "snow'The quantity of fruit, vegetables oto A presence of catarrhal jolson, and i nhort musical programme will precede which: are quickly .overcome by this efficacious treatment. Nearly ninety per cent of all ear troubles aro direct- ly caused by catarih, therefore, there are but few people whose hearing can- not be isstorcd by this simple horns treatment. Every person who'" la troubled with head noises, deafness, or, catarrh in any .form should give this prescription: a trial. There is nothing better v ordering Parmfnt al- ways specify that you want Double Strength, your druggist has it or he can get It for you, if not, send 75c to the International Laboratories, 74 St, Afltoino SL, Montreal, P.O., who a specialty of it llic sale lefreshaicnts will Le served Cavalry Drill Again Monday A splendid cavalry dull held last night tho barracks' ground, "nd a number of enthusiastic riders turned o'ut for drill Major Bur uett is well satisfied to continue tr.iln Ins, and Is at man- ner in whichj tlie men get cut and Ho a few more, how ever, will be taken on Monday night, Then another ilde will be taken. The training corps turned out in lull force, and n fine I .Woman Sent Up Mrs. Dare Fraser was sentenced yesterday afternoon -by Magistrate El- ton .to thres months in tlie Macleod guardroom for being drunk while-'In- terdicted. i consummated.', Tha Best Reason Why You Should DrinK Is, Because You Will Like It. Consign Your Cattle and Hogs to C. Knight Co. and receive tboir highest market value. Ueral Advances Made On Consignments Writs or wire us for our Mar- ket Heport and Quotation sheet. VYo are iu dally touch with local and outside markets and can advisp 7011 to your advan- tage. CHARLES KNIGHT W. J. HYDE Live Stock Commission Pderch- ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary. P. O. Box 1866. Phone E5544. YOU'RE SURE Germs Are Killed IF YOU GET Pasteurized Milk ASK YOUR DOCTOR. ALL OUR !S PASTEUR- IZED Pasteurized Milk and Cream and Choice Creamery Butter. Velvet Ice Cream The Letiibridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th St. South Lethbrlclgc. KING CARSON MARRIES London, Sept. Edward Car- son, leader of the Unionists in Ulster, was married at Wincanton, Somerset, yesterday, to Miss Huby: Frewen, niece of Moreton Frewen member of parlia- ment for Northeast Cork. The Mar- Quis of Londonderry .as hest man.. The guests included the Count- ess of llchester and 'Andrew Bonar Law, leader.of the Opposition Iu the House of Commons. RUSSIA READY TO STRIKE Rome, Sept. steamer Fav- ignana has arrived at Naples from the Orient, and her officers report that the Russian Black Sea units, is cruising off the entrance of the Dardanelles ready to attack the Turkish squadron if it should leave the Golden Horn. MOVE INSPIRED BY 'GERMANY London, Sept. Daily News .announces it is in a! position to state determined move for peace being, made In the United States is of- inspired from highest.German quarters. -Skin Beneath Lifeless. Fingers Painful. Sleepless Nights. Used .Cuticura Soap and Cuticura nient.. Complaint 70 Agricola St.; Halifax, N. >tlmo ago my finger nails began to drop off, tUe result it was believed of lead poisoning. Tho nails themselves wero brittle and dry, the eldn beneath being lifeless looking. My 'flngera Tvcro excessively painful causing Eleoploss nights. I was treated for about three months and Hie nails OTOW again but away from the flesh of tbe flngfcw ftod then fell off again. "Baying heard a great detl flf Outicura Soap and Ointment I seitt for a sample of both la tho liopa of indr healing: my flngcra TFhlch wore very painful. At night after Washing my hands.TrclI with tlie Cuticura Soap I rubbed tlio Cuticura Ointment all around tho flnger ends Troro Rlovea to provont tho Ointment from being rubbed off, again In tho mornlris waahod my liandj with tho Outicura Soap. Tho Cuticura Soap end Ointment had a cooling effect and after using thorn for a short while I was sur- prised to feel fingers much less GOTO and bbglrimiig to assume a more hoaltliy Rppoar- anco; the fungus which had grpiyn under the old .nails disappeared and then now strong Valla formed. Tills trouble had lasted about .eighteen months beforo using Cuticura Soap and Ointment yet after using same for thrcn months my flnger nails bad grown strong 'and complaint had entirely gone." (Signed) iJrnest Beckford, Oct. Cuticura Soap and Outicura Ointment aro by .druggists and .dealers everywhere. -A Single set 15 often sufficient.. For a liberal frco sample- of eacli, with 32-p. book, Eond postcard to Potter Drag Chcm. Corp.. Deot. P. Boston. U. S. A, CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FfllST CH'JHOK OP CHRIST, G, Hull Block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. VVodnejday ev- ening testimony meeting, 3.00 p.m. Tho reading room la open to every, one every day from throe to five p.m. Everyone Is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosenthal, pastor; Rev. P. Mini- en, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday school S p.m. Evening service 7.30 J.m. Sermon at each service. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in tlie Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avo. south. Wednesdays at 8 p. m. liibiu class, Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.SO p. m. "to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God." Subject, "Do Kingdom of God." Subject, "God's Es- :Imato of Men and Nations." All seats 'roo. No collection. SALVATION ARMY Services are .helo at the Citadel, Fifth street, as .follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., pratsa meeting, and 7-.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Monday, S public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, F p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band In attendance; Saturday. 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHtmCH Of JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS--3. O. B. Hall. 10th St. 8.. near T. M. C. A. 10.30 a.m., Sunday 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting. Visitors alwayi welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1U16 Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Corner Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter. Sunday, September 20, no ser- vices; pastor in Taber. 7.30 p.m., de- votional meeting of Luther league. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Wednesday, rehearsal. At tho Parsonage, 710 Sixteenth street North, Sunday, September 20, German service at 11 a.m. Rev. H. J. Elllug, minister. All German people are Invited to attend the service. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrcl-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the cloven o'clock service on the first Sunday ol the month. Eveniong 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. StARVS C. H. Popham, rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30 p. ST. CYPRIAN'S Eighth avenue and Eleventh street South. Rev. Canon McMillan, rector. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Junior Boys' Bible class and Junior Girls' BiMs class (fourteen years and upwards) and Adult Bible class at 3 p.m., the latter in the Parish hall. Holy com- munion on the first and third Sunday of the month at 8.30 a.m., and on the second and fourth Sundays at tbe 11 o'clock sen-ice. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street; Rev. J. B. Pickel, pastor. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m. Loyal Men's class at 10 a.m. in church basement. Services 11 a.nj. aud 7.30 p.m. Christian. Endea- vor at 6.30 p.m. Bible study at 3 o'- clock bottom, followed by preaching service: BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST David Ros's, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at close oi morning service, FIFTH AVENUE H. Elmer pastor. Morning "Void of taken from tho story of the' triumph- of a young woman. "The Armaged- don, discussed In relation to war." Anthem by choir. Sunday school and Bible, class, 3 p.m. B.Y.P.TJ., Wednes- day, 8 "-p.m. You are welcome to these services. PRESBYTERIAN ST. ANDREW'S A. C. Bryan, minister. Services 11 a.m. and 7l30 p.m. Morning, "Holy. .Gar- ments." Evening, "Campaigning in Canaan." Sunday school at 2 and 3.15 p.m.. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., con- ducted; by Rev; T. M. Murray, Cole- man.. Morning subject "The Soul's Windows." Children's talk on "Loy- alty." Evening subject, "The Change- less Christ." Boys' department of the Sunday school at 10 a.m. Big Brothers' class in the schoolroom at 1.30. AM other including Adult Bible class, at 3 p.m. Chinese class at 4 p.m. Full chorus choir at both ser- vices. Everybody cordially invited. METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-Hev. J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Services-at 11 a.m. and Morning subject, Human Vision." :.Children's topic, "Choke cherries and evening "Judas." WESLEY- O. H. Cobbledlck, pastor... .Residence, 320 Eleventh street, 'phono 404. 3 p.m., Bible school, all departments. "11 a. n., "The Power of and evening 'Is the present the great Arma- geddon, the end of the BELIEVERS Burgmann'g Hall, 418 Thirteenth North Have Written' Letters About "Fruit-a-tives" And Have Allowed These Letters To Be Published In Their Home Newspapers Those Foremost In The Religious, Social and Political Life Oi The Dominion Have Permitted their Photos To Appear, Together With Testimo- nials Telling How They Have Been Cured By One of the most remarkable features of the magnificent success of "Frail- has been the caliber of the men and women who have written to Fruit-a-tives Limited and sent their photos, with permission to publish these in the newspapers. These include a former Member of the Cabinet, a Senator, a Country Treasurer, two Soldiers, two Justices of the Peace, a High Constable, seven Merchants, one Postmaster, two Superintendents of Sunday School and one School Commissioner. These letters were signed by the writer! ind may be seen at the company's offices in Ottawa. Those who have been cnred by ''Frurt-a-tivc3" of Stomach Trouble, Indigestion or or Sladder, constant Backache, Rheumatism, Sciatica or Headaches or ness Constipation or Liver Complaint, are glad to let the whole world know of the remedy that cured Uicm. They feel that they are only doing their duty to write and tell about "Frnlt-a-tlves" and to urge their sick friends and neighborl to try these wonderful tablets made from fruit juices. These letters, telling how sick, suffering people.have in their own-homes, have been powerful factors tn inducing many others to try you realize, this, for if some relative or close friend has tried something and is satisfied with it, you are apt to try it too. The feet that "Fruit-a-tives'1 has cured thousands of people, all over Canada, !s an excellent reason why yon should try these wonderful tablets made of frtiit juices. If yoa are suffering with any of the complaints mentioned above, get a box of "Fruit-a-tives" to-day. "Frnit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, 25C. or will be sent postpaid on receipt of price by Frnit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday. 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS the home of Mr. Simmonett, 126 Eighteenth St., (between 1st and 2nd avenues. Sunday morning at 10.30, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, t p.m.. Gospel meeting; Thursday evening, Sp.m., Special waiting upon God for the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come and drink of the ivater of life freely. "For the Promise is unto you and your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord, our God shall call." Oven linings are removable and coated with anti-rust solution. The ovens of FClaryi Built to burn natural gas( all the heat to I I Ibest advantage. Glass I 111 doors if desired. See the pggPyk JpMrClarv dealer. I by McKeownHardware Co. Change In Price of Blue Ribbon Tea BLUE RIBBON TEA CO. have plea- announcing that they do not pro- pose tottake advantage of the advance in" price oi 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 duty which hai Im- posed upon Coffee, we will continue to sell Blue Ribbon Coffee at. old prices. Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg AUDITING ACCQUMTIN6 EWGBQSSIMG AbdRESS WfttTING RULING BINDIMC p., office fuiftimwg cmi; AUDITOR, ALIERTA AIT ASSESSOR. CLtRK AUDITOR I.ETH5RIOOE ;