Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
"I FEEL BPOIHH of After two Vein' MADAM LAPLANTE 35 St. Hose St., Montreal. April 4th. 'Tor over two years I was sick and 'miserable. I sullered from Headaches, auiHatt fltlfitaticn of He Heart so badly that I feared I ivould die. There seemed to be a hirap in my stomach and the Constipation was dreadful. I suffered from Am the Hack and' Kidiuy Disease. I was treated by a physiiiiau forayear half and lie did me no food at all. I tried Fruit-a-tives as a last resort. Lifter using three boxes, I was grtnily improrfd and twelve boxes mids me well. How I can work all day and there are no Headaches, no no Heart Trouble. ncT Constipation, no Pain or Kidney Trouble and I fill lite it was "Fruit-a-iives" that gave me back my Sl.iDill ARTHUR LAPLANTE. 50c. a box. 6 for trial sue, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, Ottawa. MANITOBA BENCHERS STAND WITH JUOQES Winnipeg...Sept. benchers ot the Manitoba Law Society, at tieir regular meeting yesterday, debated the charges against Mr. Justice Ga't, made by Hon. Robert.Rpgers, concern; ing the impropriety .of accepting fees for serving on royal commissions. A resolution was finally adopted eapreas- CALGARY AUTHOR ADDS TO FAME Western Canada affords H natural eettlug for literary masterpieces, Its vondortul background of prairlo iuid mountain, but. generally speak- ing, literary meu have as yet made no serious attempt !o do the setting: Jus- tine. Tlie overage story of the west, written by someone who knows the country only from the oar window, or from the fiction of others whose in- formation was as meager as his own. bears the mark of stage scenery in j every chapter, and passes for "the real tiling" only among readers who have no personal knowledge of the subject. Fortunately western Canada is her- self producing a new generation of writers who promise to redei'm the country from the make-believe litera- ture of tile transient novelist. In this respect it must be said that women have so far contributed rather more than their share. Mrs. McClung and .Mrs. Murphy have caught the breath of true western inspiration in many of their chapters, and have already made an Impress on Canadian lite. Ralph Connor, although the best known and most widely read of all western Can- adian authors, has been somewhat limited in uls types ot characters. H. W. Service has written of the north rather than the west. R. J. C. Slead'i Good Work Robert J. C.. of Calgary, promises to restore the balance of the nmle and at Uie same time mate-s BCrKjaasnt contribution Canadian literature, by his new novel. "The Homesteaders." the first copies of which have just arrived from Eng- land. Mr. Stead is already widely known as a virile and original writer. No author can claim more Intimate knowledge of the west, and none has THE. LETHBHIPGE DAILY Hl'UUl.D THISi SHiCATION IN RUMANIA SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER V30, 1910 Important advances are being made by the Rumanians into Transylvania, but the Bulgo-Germans in the Dobrudja district In the south are also making a big invasion. Shaded portions show the respective advances. The Democratic French Army (Will Irwiu in the Saturday Evening i They know, hest or all races, how human beings should behave toward shown greater fidelity or sympathy The more I see of tile French army i each other. They have made of this the more 1 am reminded of old cattle I understanding a military force. days in the west. The life of. a cow- His recent verses on the death of boy involved danger and hard: erse which paid their way in a time bravely borne. There had to be in a when verse was little in demand, es- i cow camp, as in any other working as- tabliahed him in the literary Held. His recant :veraes on the leath of ing conl dence in the judiciary of Manitoba and the integrity of tie bench. Krior Magee, in his Post, returns to tho flght under a two-page editorial, with.Uie caption of "Manitoba's Reign of Terror." in which he reiterates his previous charges and asserts that the arrest of the editors was the result of a conspiracy in which certain judgea and'Xiberal newspaper editors partici- pated. When the habeas corpus trial come: up Saturday many authorities will be cited, and -it ia not thought a conclu- sion will be reached for several days. Kitchener have'teen reprinted by the leading literary publications in all parts of tba empire and the United States, and are universally regarded as the finest tribute paid to the great general. A selection from Mr. Stead's poems was also chosen some lime ago as the inscription to appear on a monument in Aldershot military cem- etery. Pint Novel a Winner The Calgary author's first "If this war lasts another twelve months the richest man in the world will be Mr. Charles M. Schwab, one of Mr. Andrew Carnegie's yquug 1 irt ners, of whom Mr. Long, president or the Pittsburg Stock Exchange, and "The first time 1 saw Schwab he was tt bare-footed boy at Loretto. The next time I saw him he was in his private statement which graphically illustrates tho amazing revolution in his fortunes. In 1881 Schwab was thankful to leave the counter of a grocery store in Braddoek. where he was earning three dollars weekly, to drive stakes for the Carnegie company at what seemed to him the princely pay of a dollar a day. Twenty years later, so amazing had been his upward progress, he was drawing a salary of a year as president of the new American Steel Trust and was the holder of Ulll ttiau une ut tuctu. IKLUIi ...._......., f---- ainnnn ranch foreman was nearlj equivalent, tical world of the next generation, are [stocks and S40.000 to tho Weal officer under serving..... sociatton of men. a system of disci- All this gives the reason why the French army can nieet ths .better prepared, better backed German army on equal terms. In willingness to. die, a great end of army discipline, 'the autocratic Germbau and the demc- pline. The officer was the- foreman. He held his job, usually, because he had technique, courage and leader- ship. If he failed in he did not last long. obeyed him because they recognized} intelligent private among them can his abilities. >.He put .on the airs over i be made ra officer. Young fellows his men. He was leader among them, who, if their lives be spared, will but also one of them. Tour ideal j create the artistic, scientific and poli- cratic Frenchman stand about oil a par. In other things the advantage those qualities j is with tho French. In a conscript he "did not last long. Tho cowboys i army are all kinds of men. Not every CANADIANS' LOSSES THIS MONTH, ...___ A Ottawa, Sept. 5 unstained by Ibe Canadians In Qornian counter-attacks upon CouiTelletto aild vicinity, de- llverod on September 24, are arriving In fairly large num- bora at Ottawa. Tho counter- attack In question was of ,un- precedented violence and, it will ho recalled, tho Canadians and New Xealanders success fully liuiii tho ground tuny had gained. Canadian casualties, re- cejived during the present mouth, total about a verjr largo proportion of these ff being wounded. EARTH WILL BE system. Or ags in the French, German and 000, representing for sin the German army year since he earned his first dollar common sense personnel oi prises man: such a business inen of "The Bail published two years ago, won Instantaneous recogni- tion as a distinctive type of Canadian story. Those who have been privi- leged to read "The Homesteaders" declare that it reveals a literary art and a skill ot conception and con- struction not excelled by any Canadian j If these heads of departmants.iif. i ot author. The story opens with the land associate a great deal, out of of rice boom of Manitoba in 1882, and closes I aours, with subordinates V 11 with a similar boom in Alberta 251because, thev have more in tun n o i British n this exceptional private can use his t resembles in its socUl this exceptional private can use his ie one of our real and j brains so'far, and only so Tar. The well-directed business cbnc'jms. The j Frenchman of this class, allowed rom-i greater play for his intelligence, can The use them very far, ifxhe If heads of departments are p- 10 .any private In the French army has a cause thej know the jab i useful almost any officer have gone forward through Lbilu in the French years later. It is a tale to grip the hearts of the old timers, -while carry- ing a plot of Jove.and adventure keen enough to whet the most jaded appe- tite. :'The Homesteaders" is published in England by T. Fisher Unwin, Limited, and in Canada by the Musson Book company. E question spme- times is asked, "Why don't you perfume Ivory Soap for bath and toilet pur- Our reply is this: "We think that the delightful, natural odor of the high grade materials we use shouldjiot be concealed by a stronger, artificial perfume. We think Ivory's natural odor is more pleasing than any perfume. It is a fragrance that suggests purity and cleanliness, a fragrance that one likes from the beginning never tires of." IVORY SOAP >c 99lijf PURE; Mode ffamflton, Ctntda with other rheAds of departments. Nothing in. of the business (prevents theni from in- viting a subordinate to dinner now and then.- Some of them do this Xery1- thing like the wounded brigadier general who said the other day In Paris: "I never dice at the front without having one of BTV poilus at my table1 F drew this comparison the other day In the nre-ence an eminent Frenchman He answered a litt'e im patiently "Ah, but war isn't a business! It is. something nobler. We .are .'dealing life and death and our country' Which is true; the nobility'raised up for a timet-in the individual being the factor which diiakes :the lie of war a half truth.. Unlike a commercial organization, army must prepare men riot only to' work intelligently; but to die willingly. The oforce pro- ducing this final effect-in army is the spirit of cordial affection aetween theVtrfficers and tlie men, which is linkea somehow to their common, burning love of country To sum whole matter.: It is no accident that the terminology of etiquette is nearly all French Thej more than to listen. A German private Who would step up before action, 'salute and say "Pardon we, hadn't you better look out 'for this point' would be knocked flown on'the spot But such a has often, saved French companies, "and, if a story 1 have heard be true, least once prevented a brigade from masihg an unsound movement. Indeed; Ger- man private is in no 'position to con- ceive suggestions. He knows omy dimly what his company, his regiment or his brigade'is doing-.- The- soldier .usually knowsi exactly. The full strategy of an impending move burns and acres Used in all Hospitals in the Allied Countries for the as well as in hospitals throughout the Dominion, United States and the Far East are cured by Mecca Ointment An lauoUcited teaunonial from 'Bin. C. C. Hull, M.D. oftha Women'a Cbrirtian AatociatioA Hotpltal, Council BluCFt, Iowa, Mecca Ointmwt ID caae of burninf. vUch onfinarr treatment would have been fatal. I wai iMd at ita effect and quick relief from pain. The wkicb wu deep, quickly a rtery waa remarkably rapid. pwMf vti nartery waa remarka !i Co, Limited J. D. HWNtOTHAlK A lt therefore been made with 'the sew open oojerratloD or flfbueelnE car which Wai xt on all' throoih iralni this sum- mer on certain of the most nlctnr- districts In the Cuadlait Pa- cific Bocklet. and': 'on local trains between Banff and Lake loulie. (1) C.P.R. 'Open OburvMlon Car. Mount Donald. 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