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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1915 THE I, ETH BRIDGE ESPECWllY FOR ___ a little more than the "other kind "of flour, but worth it in the quantity and quality of bread you bake from 8888 PAGE FIVE Viinnipi'K. Srpl. unexpected nitirrmeiil from HIP defense case, luniporaril-' at least, ul K. H. .lobnslon, Hie eminent mini featmc of this altcr- ot ilie preliminary :nilt-a-tives" Now Known as Woman's Best weiiisine the famous lit medicine is parliciihirly well suited the usfofwQwcli, beeiuiso of ilH mild d gentle notion and its nloaaant taate. Ul In sovoro discs of Coiislifatim, j n ;ls stion Moating, noon's sessio......... The Rack, Neuralgia, or a General hralinB of Sir Rodmoiid D Can-tUulioit "Fnilt-u-Uves" Dr. Montague, George K. l.olduell llio only medicine, nosded to correct j lt 'understood di troubles and restore the sufferer Johnston made a lengthy complete liKilHi. stateincnl to the efioct that, he had n tank, "Fruit-a-livcs" U Inva- appeared ill llio preliminary hearing able to purify and enrich, the blood j Uoi-'wllud, d build up strength and vijor. it'wiis'possihle 'thai the health of the SOc. a liox.O for trial nun suci, that lie would not t dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- i ihe stand case; came ;ives Limited, Ottawa. before .the llacur, Sept. 21, via London WiliiHinina's speech Washington. throne todtiy i express of tilde that the Netherlands had heen snared the horrors of war: the end if which not even vet -to lie seen. 'The (inn determination of tile I'oiistatitin T. Dimilni. Anstro-rJun- Ambassador, the Stato department late today thai his gov- ernment had called inin home on The Ambassador said he peeled to sail on SfMember er's clnireh Guetpli, choir- casn was scut some argumeiil to and Iro, the mag- 1 istrate sustained Andrews, who 'rovldes visiting nurses for mater- ity and ail modical and surgical asea (except contaKioua nd charges according to the clr- imistauces of the patient. Poor iatient3 cared for free of charge. I Graduate nurses for private duty Iso provided. For further purtic- lars apply to the Nursing Mis- ti'l nth St. S. Phone 1233. IMIsa) A. M. Tillcy, Supervljor. Rose Cameron, Grad. Nursa. (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurae j proceeded to question Horwood about his relations at-liochestcr. Minnoapo- I lis and Winnipeg with enuvn counsel.! I In his hands Norwood proved no more an amenable witness than der the management oi Mr. Johnston, i llorwnod told Mr. Andrews thatj he "would not say his memory was I very good now." 'lie said that since! he cairn; to Winnipeg this summer he 'had endeavored to return to the t n-i I itcd State hut had been stopped by I United States officials, lie declared j he was "trapped into a so-called tri-1 buna! ol" United Slat.es authorities! who used the evidence taken before i the Mathers commission." Ottawa, Sept. was i concluded today before the Domii I the Mathers commission." I concluded Imlay before the Dominion rore The cro The witness was questioner! about] railway commission and juilpmenl re- lhcy his report a.s provincial architect in: served on the application o, the v. _. the j .i...i 41... u e esent rate ol I "i i I9H. Ho admitted that the state- ment regarding if dentil of 70 tcH for a caisson was ''mi.'leading." Air. Andrews wanted io know if _ JQ increase the present rate ol I l s j there were any papers of anv kind in j ance to the witness in giving his evi- dence. Horwood said thr.re were some telegrams, one, he said, was a tele- ;ram sent him by Andrews. trouble in puttin SI to murrasc on loaded, rust-bound grain cars, held for more than days tit Cartier, the first divisional point STORE ROBBED OF 52500 Out., Si-jiL crooks visited this city, and i took S2500 worth ol" diamonds and otli- I ry from Thomas Lai ley's cs- tubiishment. ihk-vcs cut ft large liote in the olat.e S'KIKS window, and secured the booty while the police wore another Dart of the street. Chief Groves is on his holi- days, and the poiicp staff is, there- fort1, The crooks evidently md very littlft the job through The great bulk of opinio piled States is with the tlu i-l of Sudbury. The practice of sonic shippers is lo sample the grain there and also ar- range for the delivery uf the grain at .......f......... sunie rastcrn paint iieforc it Icsvrs commis- Cartier. This sometimes Caus9S the _ piuiuu in sinn for goodness .sake produce grain to be held there for consider-_ tin- allies in jln Andrews. The telegram! able time. The company claimed that; war. testifies Vice-President and was j lo produce a certain letter before Ihe tier longer than that should be pen-; royal commission. Horwood stated! alizcil in order to discourage the that, from what his solicitor told him I ing up of railway equipment. tneral Manager Walker, of the On !lh -md South Shore railway, who L hrirf visitor to m senrtmi; the message. agajn pposed the applicat-iim and inr at. least seven days allowance at Car- fes attached to the Great; aga'ui that he ills train from the south, and timv Ulc smn whict, was represented by President H. invevcd through 'o tlic eluded in the caissons to be handed j 11. D. .Miller and Messrs. Ward Ua- the 5.40 westbound. by Kelly to Simpson. He knew Herald reporter found Mr. Walt- of one sum of mentioned by -md his wife admiring the beauties j Simpson, and another sum of f, 11 jiir lit-icf rtflll tuliirh tnlH him i Gait licir brief ion-over, and commending the city its generally splendid appearance. "don't hear so many ciprts- pns on the war now as was lust jc case, in the said Mr. alker. "Everybody waits to see what the resident wi'll do. It is hope.il that t! will not get drawn into the war. 'he Staks can do more good for the Hies hy keeping up their munition ipply than getting into the war and jing'it all themselves. "Since we have been in Canada we jvc come to realize just what it cans to he in a state of war. Bv- we see soldiers marching ad so many of them young nvs it see'nis such a pity. In Winni- we saw many recniits marching. "l every station there were sol- "I bilieve there will he. no difli- iltv in arrnnginB the big war loan ir "the. allies, and that, the money he given without collateral. arc very prosperous on our which Ivelly told him "they wanted, hut that, was thft extent of his knowledge on the subject. YIELDS AI LAKE Grassy Threshing shaw and 0. S. Tilston, manager ol the transportation bureau of board of trade. Mr. Tilston said there was no] more reason for extra demurrage charges at Carticr than at Montreal j or Toronto. j The company replied that special i means must be taken to prevent such i congestion as occurred in 1913. With the big crop to handle this year and practically no westbound freight the! difficulty "would be greater than ever.! Sir. Miller said that the trouble arose from the uncertainty as to when grain bought in the western provinces would arrive at Cartier. Sometimes the shipper, could not tell within weeks. Therefore he had to buy pretty freely and somatimes had more on his iiands at Cartier than he IjQHe, Ana., nept. -U. more on uaim.-, iu. v.an'ii-i has heen resumed and could arrange to deliver at eastern j grain is now pouring into the cars and elevators. First reports show much better returns than had been antici- pated, and far heavier yields than the standing grain letl farmers to expect. George P. Porter, ha'if a mile east of town, finished threshing a 28 acre field that figures I erased 60 bushels ner acre, while ou a at present, T no war has meant farm. D. c. Perry is business lor us. Our ra.t.road has aut 2SOO line into the .copper fields 01 Miclii- frolii-M wheat disked an, and we arc turning out on has vielded hotter than appcr now than ever before, or than average tor the whole district ill e ever hoped -to do. Mr Walker was very congratiila- jry on the city's appearance, com- ichtini; on the. splendid streets and he beautiful gardens, which he said one of the finest spots he pen in any city he had visited. hail previous years. Even with most fav- orab'ie weather from now on, threshing will not be completed before Christ- mas. There appears to be as many outfits at work as in 1312 and Some stacking is being done. points. The pain in ijueslion was oats or wheat tor Ontario millers. Mr. Miller argued that with a better distribution of the crop this yeir and: three railways to handle it, there! should he little congestion. In 1913 the C.P.K. had to handle the whole tonnage. Mr. Miller also suggested I that the sampling should he done at I Fort William or farther west. j Mr. Lanigan of the C.P.S. said the delays in forwarding grain shipments to Cartier were often due to the ele- vator companies sending on their own grain and Holding up that of their customers. The company also Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powcjer Blue Ribbon pure food pro- duett are the standard of qual- ity and' purity. There Is no "just at good" as the best. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Bak- ing Powder are sold, as are all other Blue Ribbon goods, guar- anteed to give perfect satisfac- tion. tliat -will make your household guests grateful; yourseli enthu- siastic. In I and 2 pound cats. Whole ground pulverized also Fioe Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 159 held tha only ah the present practice was accommodation to grain speculators. The Montreal rhlegates1 replied that the vast proportion of j it was only legitimate business spe-1 ihition. I Judgment was reserved. j Mr. .1. Martinson, ol Toronto, tho jtlicst of Mr. and Mrs. il. Sih slj-eet, for a few days. Mi. and Mrs. S. Smith iir.d Master Irvine ret ui nod yesterday front a visit to Yorklon, Sask. I j The Young Panics' Class of Wesley church will'uisct tonight at T M in. Wesley Hall. All members, are re-j quested to be preseni._ A business meeting of the A. of St. c.burcb will he held to- morrinv afternoon at three o'clock in the I'arish hall. All members are re- quested to be present. Tite Women's Missionary Society of Westminster church will meet at thu borne ol Jlr.i. Uurgliiann, 5ta 'inth strMH north tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Westminster Ladies' Aid will meet immediately after this meeting. The Adult Bible Class of Knox church are requested lo meet at the manse on Thursday evening at 8.3D, to re-organize'for 'the coming winter months. Any new members will to welcomed. The Knights of I'ythias ball was I be scene of a very enjoyable dance last evening when the G. i. A. to the 13. R. of which society Mrs. Cudoba is the president, entertained about fifty couples in aid of the Hed Cross Society.' Miss fCtta' Kirkpatrick, sister of Fred formerly of Cole- man, left Ferhie last week for Chi- cago, where she will he united in marriage to C. J. Huher, of Jackson- ville, 111., 'former manager of the Tritss-Wood Co. store at Coal Creek. The Dig Sisters' Class of Knoi church are holding their first annual banquet, on the anniversary of their foundation, on Friday at 6.30 in the school room of the church. New offic- ers for the year will be installed at the meeting. Mrs. A. Taylor was a hostess at the tea hour yesterday afternoon, when she entertained in honor of her sister, Mrs. Fawlies, who has heen spending the last two months with her. Mrs. Sharman poured tea at a table tastefully decorated with mauve asters and Mrs. J. U. Robertson cut the ices. Miss Hiitchinson and Miss Dawsou passed the tea hour dain- ties. The Raymond Leader says Miss Dorothy Young, Vi -popular social and musical luminary in' tlie south hefore her departure for'Salt'Lake City, is with one of Margaret Whitney's com- pany playing Pantages circuit- This week she was in- Seattle- and land, and is expected at ihe Western Canadian cities very shortly. During her slay in the -province, which will be brief, she hopes to he able to visit her sister here, Mrs. Harding Brew- Mrs. C. B. Bowman entertained the unmarried members of the I. 0. D. E. last evening, when scrap books for the soldiers were .made. Some books are made for-the.-Canadian hospitals and these contain itlnny stories and while others, are made for Lethbridge boys, and these contain local and district news and pictures. iKevecaV.letters, from the boys, who ha.ie.read the hooks have hesn received and.has given the work great, impetus... The Local. .Council of Women met yesterday in the; Y.M.C.A.. with the C. MacKillop, in the chair. Miss Bawden, the record- ing secretarv, read the report of the. meeting of the general executive of the council in Peterborc held in June. Mrs. C. R. Daniels, ihe correspond- ing secretary, read ihe program of the annual meeting that is to be held in October in Toronto. outlined the comprehensive work that the council is doing, in child wil fare. The reports of the work undertaken by the affiliated so- cieties were read by the delegates and in this way each society has an Harvesting at Macleod Advanced Macleod, Alia.. Sent. ing operations are well advanced, and very little wheat remains to lie cut. Oats are also being rapid'iy but a of fields were back- ward, which delayed operations. Threshing will start in earnest within the next two days, and an unus- ually large number of outfits will he icen in the district. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To Oct. Prctorlan Glasgow Pomeranian London Oct, Carthaginian.. Glasgow pct_ London Oct. London NOV_ Pomeranian London Nov. Pretorian Glasgow Nov. Carthaginian.. Glasgow Nov. ___ London at Havre, east and west- bound. ICarnes 3rd-class passengers only. Full information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. NorAVest Agent, 364 Main Street. Winnipeg._______________ All the Specials in Last Night's Herald on Sale THURSDAY Demonstration Of Soaps A SPECIAL FEATURE IN THE GROCERY SECTION. Fur nflxl. few ilays we arc I'Baumng n demonstration of Lfvor NroH. Products, including Welcome Borax Soap Powder; Pan Shine, and Kes Soap. We will be pleased lo have tlio public rail and mtrm! tills demonstration. The merits of Ulc different products will be explained by the demonstrator. "Shop At The Bay" HUDSON'S BAY CO. A Hurry! YOU WANT THAT PARTICULAR JOB OUT "R1OHT WANT IT N1CBLY PRINTED AND YOU- WANT IT QUICK. IF YOU WOULD BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED TAKE IT TO A PRINTING HOUSE THAT HAS A REPUTATION FOR PROMPTNESS AND GOOD WORK. WS BELIEVE THAT ANYTHING WORTH DOING- AT ALL IS WORTH DOING WELL. MORE THAN BELIEVE IN DO- ING WORK PROMPTLY AND "A BETTER THAN-'SEEMS NECESSARY." AND SENT) IT TO LETHBRIDgB HBHALP PHINTING- CO., LTD. Interesting Case In Supreme Court Charged with breakine into the home of Mrs. HoUESOn, to seize, a store without lesa! right, and with as- saulting C. T. Jenkins is being tried before Mr. Justice Hyndman in Supreme Court, this afternoon. Jen- kins Bold a stove to Mrs. Hodgson some time ago on the instalment plan, and when payments fell in arrears, Jeukins went around to collect. He was locked out, but it is alleged he insight into the work of other soci-1 broke in, and the lady Btiel, which prevents overlapping and of hitting her. It is in manv instances valuable the statutory lion is'imparted. Reports were read seize articles or mane from Kiiox Church Missionary Soci- ety, I.O.D.E.. Women's Relief Soci- ety, Methodist Ladies' Aid, Mathcsis Club, Civic Cl.nb, Knqx Ladies' Aid and St. Augiistin's W. A. man tood that a man seize articles or make collec- don in this fashion In person, hut must do so through the sheriff. Found Guilty A verdict of guilty was returned j this afternoon against Heynolds, the young Travel's man, charged before i Mr. .TustiRu Hyndman, with a heinous crime. The evidence In the casft was most revolting, hut was so conflicting as to make the verdict of the Jury jm- ccrlnln, particularly as the Judge's charge was considered to he very fav- urablo lo the accused. However, af- ter a very 'lengthy session, the Jury declared a verdict of The man was remanded till sent- sentence. The Daughters and Maids of England Patriotic Whist Drive TO-NIGHT At 8 O'clock IN THE S. 0. E. HALL, proceeds will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Tickets be obtained cf any of the members. Macleod Men at Front Promoted Macleod, AHa.. Sept. least two former Macleod residents have re- ceived promotions in liritlah regi- ments, these being Lieut. C. Kort- right of the North Staffords, ivho has been raised to the rank ol captain, and Frank Hutching, who has been stven a commission in the 4th Mimsters. Hotb of these officers were well known in Macleod. and left for Ihe Old Country at. the earliest possible moment after Ihe outbreak of war. Labor Congress will Receive. Ministers GRAY HAIR Dr Tremaln't Natural Hair Re- storative used as directed is guar- anteed-to restore gray hair to nat- ural color or money refunded. Positively not a dye non-in- jurious On sale nt J. D. Hlgin- botham t Co., Ltd., Lethbrldgt. Price (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co., Dept. 'UH.1 To- ronto. Vancouver, Sept. 21.-Atier a busy forenoon, the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress this afternoon went on a picnic to the North Arm of Bur- rard Inlet. No executive session was held this evening. The most notable event ol the fore- noon session was an address by An- drew Furuseth of San Francisco, scc- retavv of the sailors' union of the Pacific ocean. He declared that bet- ter laws must be devised to protect the seamen or, in increasing numbers which sailors would abandon the sea. He prophesied that unless Britain wakened to that fact, sea power would pass to the yellow; races: A vigorous resolution demanding better conditions for sailors was passed. The Miuistorial 'association, in a letter to the congress, sent fraternal greetings with the request that rep- resentatives of that organization he. given an opportunity to address the convention. The request was finally granted, not, however, before sharp debates. It was stated by one delegate, that. the Ministerial association was real-1 ly a branch ol one ol the political Calgary, Sept. that the United Farmers of Alberta have se- secured the promise of the premier that the principle of women s sui- frage will be embodied In a govern- ucnt measure to be submitted at the next session of the legislature, thev, are urging two other planks in their winter's program. Thev want to see the system oE asricultural credits revised, so that the farmer wAl he placed m a better position that at the present, and tWy want amendments to the direct leg- islation act. The decision oi the premier to in- troduce the women's bill in- to the. house was announced m reply to a letter from President Speakman of the United Farmers of Alberts In that letter Mr. Speakman also drew the attention of the premier to the weaknesses of the direct legisla- tion aet, and the obvious hardsnip that the present form of credit works upon the HADE IN CAHAM sfrfnc flour- liking hone axle Wad. Da not cxperinent, tbeic i imt as good. EW.6ILLETTCO.ITD TORONTO, ONT. W1KNIP1O MftNTREA ;