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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1016 Tim LETHBRinGR DAILY HERALD PAGE Gosnanl Corsets (lie original I'rout-hieing Coi'sefsaml while lidng iniilatcd liy many otlu-r s, s'ljll retain l-lidr leadership in a mai'lved _ I'reo as UK; one W'rl'ootlv dosigncil I'mnl-luc- i make. Gossanl Corsets, are endorsed hy as ling freedom of the muscles of the hody and eliminal.iiig the diseoinlorls and dangers of ill-ruling" corsets. Corsets are made in nine distinct models, var- ious qualities oPeach model suited to every known type of figure, slight, mediiun. stout short or tall. Gossanl Corsets'arc now a product, mann- riitilnred in C'anada Canadian ariisans. and liy rea- son of I he duty being eliiiMiialed. are fully Oiie-third less in price llian Ameriean corsets of even inferior grades. es'enl prircs are 0. and me as American Grades at and i experienced corset lire will lit you with the style best suited to your ure. is tile i: ties I Mr. O'HaKan is .spending a few i in Great Falln. .Mr. (.'oiln C. (Jroif1 relumed on yat- urday afterilnon from a visit to eiist- eni titles. .Mrs.' White's sectiop. nf the Kebe- kalis will meet wll.li Mirn llullcr. 1008 ?th avenue south tonlni n HAVE BEEN IDLE Mr. and Mrs. H. J...... children of and Miss L. M. Wood, of Baltimore. Ml. are visitors in the cily. .Mr. (Jllberl t.'ardell of Calgary, spent thp week-end with his wlfv, who is vlsltini! .Mrs. A. Parker and .Mrs. C. E. .Morris. The U.I.A. will of Mrs. on Wednesday at sewing. (Kticdltl ui Ilic llfiiiUl) lielleviie, Notwithstand- ing that the order liuolm of the Canadian Coal Co.. are well lined wllii orders, bulll mines were lilli1 Mr tiic past week. Car shoriaiie said lo lie responsible for the slop. In the iimlinllll'.e several miners lelt the camp Tor I'resh fleidf. Mian N'nrull .Mitchell, who was charge (if the Belleviu- post olfiee fur the past four .yearn, resinned her )iosi. tlon rather suddenly us the result of some unpleasantness with the post lice inspectors. Miss Stewart, of Hill- crest waK appointed tu lier place. Hoi; Ijivett. miners' union secretary, Mellevtle. who was elected 'by lite members of Ulslricl No. IS. I'uiteil .Mine Workers, to ai't as delegate at the Trades and L'aiioi- Conference to he lield at Toronto. conmieiicinK next Monday, left here for that city liy tlio iale train Wednesilay evening. Car shortage Is also saitl to lie re- sponsible for tile stoppage of lllll- erest mine for the mist two days. Lieut. C'limi Sliliiiis or uie The sewing meetings of the terH of the Empire will slart again on Tuesday. October 3rd. at the home of .Mrs. G. W. llohinson. Mrs. l.en S. Brown and llille dangh. I tor. Kutll. have rclurnml from .Mon- tana, where they the summer with relatives. Mrs. F Phillips, whose iinsb.i.id is Sergt. Phillips of the TRtli Depot liat- tery, and little son. have gone to land, where they will reside until after the war. .Mrs. F. A. StolUe her cousin. Mrs. Hock of Chicago, returned on ai the Inline spending a week's lied cross ,n Bellcvlle, as the guest of Mrs. and Miss V. Mitchell, lie return- ed lo Sarcee on Sunday nisht. ANNOUNCEMENT OF_SALE A sale of Fancy Articles, Hand Embroid- ered ami made by the Sisters of I lie Convent, will lie held in the afternoon of Saturday, Sept. 30th On the premises lately occupied by (he Stand- ard Furniture Co., Ith Ave. S, I lea wiii be served tiic p.uCceds which will be handed over to the Red Cross Society. The remainder of the funds will be forwarded by the Lethbridge Community F. C. J. to their needy Sisters in France, Belgium ant; Italy. The management of this sale has been kindly undertaken by the Ladies' Altar Society and the Children of Mary, of St. Patrick's Parish. WE GUARANTEE THE Jubilee Spark Intensifier To fire any spark plug with two points left on it. It will fire better than new. Can be attached to any make of car with same good results. A well known Ford Salesman in Alberta a wonderful device and does all you state. I am recommending.them to my friends, and shall be glad if you will send me two sets per return. I have certainly been able to make hills on which I could not make before, and the general improvement is splendid" L GIVE EQUALLY AS GOOD RESULTS ON GAS ENGINES makes your .park always visible, day, and locates jntly a broken wire connection or ignition trouble of any kind. Price: or set of 4. j Exclusive Distributors for Canada and Great Britain: ILLS STAiNDEN 50 THOMAS BLOCK, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA Out of Town Dealers Write for Exclusive Agency. CONSEQUENCES OF THE WAR (Credited to General .loffre in an [h tervlew in the Atlantic .Monthlyi. "It is strangely interesting .to see] tlie results as they now begin to show! in connectioi themselves of Satunlav from Banff. Stoltze and Miss Mary Hall of Fargo. N. 1J., are spending a few daya In Cal- gary before returning. parochial association with SI. Mary's church IKY III 'II ......._______ Germany's hatred was be to ihose countries which slie lias furgeu tliu o. into a league against her. We must officers elected were president. Rev. never forget what Germany lias taught! A. E. Snow: vice-presidecnt, Mr. .Man- us all When she began the war, Man; secretary. Mr. C. Coles, coni- Krance was given over to, things un-jmlttee. Messrs. A. Arnold. Holmes, worthy of her. She seemed to have I Ward and Mrs. Coles. I he IM Figures secureil hy Ihe I.ethhriilge Board ot Trade showing the amount of all kinds ot grain handled by the internal storage elevators in the crop year ending August Slst. were given to tlie Herald this morning by Presi- dent MRrnoch. Calgary handled slight ly less Minn bushels; Moose law handled bushels, and Saskatoon has been practically all shipped out. President Marnoch points out that the figures show that where an elevator is logi- placed it bandied a fair share of the ai'-ts as a safety valve in case ot congestion in shipping sea DOCTOR WITH X-RAY MACHINE DECLARES GIRL IS 19 YEARS OLD Oakland, Cal.. Sept. X-Ray worty o er. e seeme o ave ualvllluui _.. forgotten her aspiration and her iles-l-flrst meeting will be helu oa flx6d in court here today the age c day, Oct. 4th. and thereafter on every, Amella Mitchell.' a gypsy fo SPR her now, purified and made new. She has saved her own. soul. Treherne, MaK, on .Friday night. We are pleased to bear Mrs greatly improved in .health SECOND TRIAL -REPORTS Ross is Then England, whom Germany hates most of all. She had grown light-, minded, unstabie, n pruy to. civil dls-Mat cord. Now she is unified and made whole. Her young men will begin life anew, and the nation will take on tile vigor and 'enthusiasm of youth. I Think of Italy, after fifty years, ftll- i filling the visions of and Ca- j vour! And to settle whose account Germany began this enormous profit more from I It than all the other countries of Bu- rope combined. Not only has the Rus- i sian nation been reborn, but her nln- 1 terial greatness will be vastly.enhanc- 1 ed. No: whatever we may .think of 1 Germany, we must never forget all we have.leamed from Any 'one may drop a line from the new post office at Cedar. Grove, Ni J. Its rear porch overhangs the .Peck- man river and Postmaster Cowie loves to fish. Wednesday evening. battle is being one hand, (.From Our Own Correspondent) Monarch, Sept. com- menced on Friday when James Wylie brought in the .first three loads of new- wheat to the Ogilvie elevator. H. Mie. bach started Saturday morning. The grain is in first class condition and on Monday every threshing machine will ba busy. There is no scarcity of machines this fall and with the wea% ther looking promising air should be threshed out in short, order. It is hoped that the tt P. U. will place a train load of empties in here as we have already sbme 25 orders on the book. W. F. Boxart moved his family and belongings to Lethbridge, where they Tfl.i reside in future. C. Relyea returned from his vaca- tion on Saturday accompanied by his father, who is visiting the west. A. Evans, C. P. R. relief agent here in the absence of C. Relyea, left for Purple Springs; where he has been appointed pertnanent agent. Mr. Ev- ans has made many friends during his short stay wlthais. and Purple-Springs will find him a n capable young man. .Mrs. Roas and son. William, left for Regina, Sent. having been out four hours the jury, last night brought in aJvordict of not guilty in the second trial :o't Gerhard Kns, ex- M.L.A.. on a charge of having ac- cepted to influence his vote in the matter of the banish-the-bar bill during 1913. The first trial iyhich was begun and ended on Tuesday, resulted in a dis- agreement. a most obliging and 'NOT GUILTY' v v v ff ff CAN SHAVE THE UPPER LIP NOW Ottawa! Sept. was a flourish of scissors and a scraping 'of razors about the legion otAupuer lips in all the nillitaiy Vamps and barracks around this morning J- whcn tliS 'latest order torn mllitiii headquarters lead. U was to'ilho "effect that in fu- ture military men will not be obliged to moustaches. Hitherto 'it was considered small crime for a soldier to j for his spn when the boy should c ardson of -Kingston, whom she visited lu England and who was later killed in action, Miss Richardson opened, her summer home in the Rideau as a convalescent hospital for soldiers suf- fering from shell shock and such cas- es. The house is splendidly equipped ami ten or a doxen patients are un- der treatment almost r-oiuinuousiy. Three brothers-in-law of U. Goode are serving at the Pie. John Me- Caiisland, 1'te. Norman McCausland and Capt. A. .McCausland, the Itst named being medical officer with a battery. __ of age. Dr. 3. H. ttuteau made an examination of the and said as a result tliai bis conclusion was she was 18 years' of age. If this figure is accepted' by the court, the girl will he allowed to remain with her prospective father-in-law. GRAVE OF MAJOR M, HIGINBOTH AM s shave Ins'upper :lip if he was at ill able 10 raise a moustav.be. v v The Incomparable Obtainedi by combining with the rich sweetness of whole wheat, the delicious zist ot is a big factor in the ever increasiin; nopulanU of Grape-Nuts FOOD It's the always-ready food- ,idd neain 01 good milk. Every family should have its intinn of ifJrape-Nuts. "There's a Reason" Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd. Windsor Out. GEN. VON FALKENHAYN Recent chief of the German start'. .i-ho in a letter tti his officers, declar- ed the wastage in guns recently ex- ceeded their production and that am munition rapidly. supplies were dwindling GETS 25 YEARS Montreal. Sept J inn alias Hacine, alias Raymond, oonviii ed 01' manslaughter in the shooting and mortal wounding of "Big .left" .Mc- Carthy during a quarrel in a .Montreal hotel last November, yesterday was sentenced to -5 years in the peniten- tiary. CANADIAN CASUALTIES SMALL Ottawa. Sepi. militia de partmeut reporls .that, the number of casualties received from London yes- terdas1 and today is comparatively small, indicating .that, the Canadians have had a lull in the recent heavy fighting. TROUSER BUTTON SAVED BOY'S LIFE Montreal, Que. Sdpt. Tho- mas, fifteen years of age. 1ST Cadieux street, thin city, was arraigned Satur- day on a charge of attempted murder, and admitted that lie had shot Oscar SI Denis, aged 16'. 9fi City Hall Ave., with' intent to kill him. Fortunately a trouser-.button saved young St. Den. life the-button deflecting the bullet that'll inflicted only a flesh wound, that was treated In the .Montreal Gen- eral hospital. St. Denis was at Thom- as' house upbraiding Uie latter for having lassooed a brother of St. Denis, when the shot was fired. RICH AMERICAN TO JOIN CANUCKS Colorado Springs Sept R Kmslie, son-in-law of the Jate Joseph the New Yorlc puiiiisiier, an nonnced here that he would leave for .Montreal October 1U, .to en- lisl in a Canadian regiment. His wife, Ollrs. Constance Pulitzer ISmslIe, is a Canadian. ilk Talks CHICAGO HEALTH COMMISSIONER'S ORDERS Oii .liilv 28th the Health Com- missioner of Chicago Issued or- ders thai all milk coming into thai, city must be pasteurized. L'p to .July there hud been an increase of 104 per cent in Die death rate of bahies In Chicago, over the death rate for ills same period in 191ft. On -Inly 2Sih Chicago's health commissioner said "Pasteurize." ..No exceptions wore made. The rule included all Chicago, and all milk coming into Chicago. It was UIP only way to safe- guard the bailies and cheek that mounting death the health commissioner took It without hesitation. New York safeguards Us babies by having its milk eurUed. Chicago insists upon the pasteurization of all milk coming within its borders. So does Milk Deal- Our Calgary Branch Was Awarded First Prize for Butter At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" TheCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE 1576 EJL Gbis Weefc Churches WINNIPEGGERS ARRIVE IN ENGLAND Ti.cso i. c'u--es taken at Newmgton Shornchtfe England, show the last resting place of Major Higmhotham of the 1st Canadian contingent. The cross was erected pending the construction of a pernunent monument. In the lower picture are shown left lo right Major Mitchell Major Heron, Col. Harker, The Vicar, and Major Eric Armour.____________________ Much Business Awaiting Meeting of Commissioners Although it is 42 days since the city council .belli its lost, .regular; meeting the commissloneis could nol get down to work this morning and nil the. tine hinlnew which has been up In the meantime will have fo waft until the) can get a little moie All the commissioners were busy with departmental duties this morning and City Clerk Oliver could not get them I together all at one time, with the suit -that. the. ofr Hardie spent many hours jtesf terday going ovei the various plans for the filtration system, and has a written report making his recommen- dation as to where the contract should be placed Each commlutJoner is go- ing to submit his opinion before i contract is awarded ;When the regular meeting does ,aXe place, the filtration plant bylaw will be given Ha third reading and the treasury notes for .will be prepared, so that they may Ui offered for sild 1 Ottawa Ont Sept. chief censor announces the safe arrival in England of a ntimhei of additional military units, 'Including the 238th for- estry battalion and a draft of the Vort Garry Horse, Winni- peg. St. at S o'clock monthly social meeting of the Young People's Societ) 1 uesda> at I p m W. M. S. at. the home of .Mrs. Geo. Goldie. 538 12lh St.eet A nesday at S p.m Bible flasb in the vestry. Thursday at S p.mW chou practice in the Fndav at S p m service of in tercession; S.30 p.m., choir practice. October Sth, harvest thanksgiving at S ..-p.m., testimonj meeting Pentecostal at S p.m., prayer and the word.. Thursday at S pm spetial waiting upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description mnde to order Uet our prices and m'oim WOKK BEFOHE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cat Stone present practice. Thursday at 8 li.m. choir Sunday, October 8th com- and munion service in the-morning Thanksgiving in the evening Eldeis ill find their cards in the vestr; at 8 nm stewards meet at Mr. Petterlj s looms nesday evening service will be con- ducted by the pastor. Thursday at 3.30, Wesley Auxiliaij to the M S will hold the regular monthly .meeting in the parlor. A splendid' program will be given and members- ami other ladies of the congiegation are united for a good rally after the holiday? Westminsters-Tuesday at 7.30, the. Queens of Avelon meet at 8 p.m., special meeting of the Ladies Aid in the church ihui'Ktav at S u m., special meeting of the de partment of the "Uiool at the home of Mrs. Bjron 5th N Friday at 8 B.m ohon prattice Hoii day, Oct. 9th, Thanks giving supper. evening a uuai ness meeting, of the rhriitian Endea vor will lie he'ld at the home of Mis C. S. Farrow, 30a 7th Avenue Wed nesday at 2 o'clock the I allies AH meet at the home for work. Wcdhesdav at S p in prayer meeting. St. at 7 16 Jn nior Brotherhood of St tadrev, meet Tuesday at 8 p m, in St >Hryi try, the Sundaj school teachers meet with the teachers fi om St. Marv 'l and St. Augustin's. at 8 ii m i service ot intercession Adult Bible discussion class meet at the close or the service. Thuisdav at S u m Wo men's Auxiliary Saturrtaj -t 2, Jutyjbr i W. A. -a MOTHERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Read How to Care for Their Health. New Orleans, cannot Lvdia E Pmkham's Vegetable Com- pound enough, for I know nvy daughter been so well If she. had not taken it For' more than ft year she had suffered agonies from irreg- ularity, backache, dizziness, and nosp- petite, but n noV well. I recommend _------------ LydiaE Finkhim'i Vegetable Compound to all mother! and daughters and you CM publish this let- ter A ESTRADA, 1Z9N Cairo I Street, New Orleans, I Philadelphia, feeling tired and all run down with no apparent She had taken Lydift I E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound be- i fore und knew its value so she afaln purchased it and she able to to work, her eyn became bright and natuial, and her system was bnilt completely We generally keep Vegetable Compound to the bow i ltnto be relied on "-Mrs E J.Puwy, i Bttl Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Women for forty years how Lyaia E. Pinkhtu't Vegetable Compound has restored tMf health when rotTering with fenate Try it if you are troubled wita ailment peculiar to women. 'ys Write for ndTtoe to Pinkham M ;