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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AVE'DNKSDAY, APRIL is, ion THE LETHBRIDGR :DAILV HERALD PAGE FIVE IjIOMAGH Bflrapl3lelylleiBOKBilWlBBSIie Took Made these shoes im- possible. But Inez told me of I applied it "and the stopped in a. monwni. In 48 hours all thcte .corns came out. No "soreness whatever. I never the corns from the'moment'-1 uwd Blue-jay.- And riuw they are 10 never seturn, unless tight cause new ones. Thu ii the c! of corns have been entled by Blue- jay. ]l Hwn you thli one light method. Uon't jure ih.tin. Fating never ttitlj acorn. Uiei tie method. A famous chemiH. by inventing made coin troubles r.ttdku. B kit-jay tafces ccriii out, any tioubhj wuhoul any Urn a Jiffy, then forget the corn. t is uki ng out about one million ccrni a rnor.ih. U b the iseihod uow used arid endorMd by You lo youiseH a teK, Blue-jay For Corns IS and 25 centi ml Bucr BUck, Hikcno OTTAWA UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IRISH PREFECT Oltaiva, April hun- dred students of Ottana .University, lack froni the Easier vacation, par- mled the streets Ilits morning, and leased lo enter thc-lr class rooms. us a protest ngclnsi the banishment c.f rather .Jurats 'I'allou, prefect of Kindles. u; 'ihe OWate Onler. None of the Eli.slish-siiea'siag students, of vlioin there are over four hundred, resumed tliclr studies. It hail been) announced that Fnlhor Kullon was 10 be succeeded by a Krenth priest. Ka- LaJeunesae, uul the Kltgiisii- speaMrig students. derr.RJid a succes- sor of their own nationality, Irish, unit one o! the, cries of the students ss 'marched Ih'rousii 'iiie street's Rc-lailciis of farmer to tte city.! anil ij'.K-Jitlon o! bo'.v rj j ttblish llii' ilrfLl Inl'lalkp, cui-' I jec1. c11" ;i disc'usslou ii'.'thej I (he coinnili- ol .TI.ICI-, iK'IU on urte.-noon. i Mu'iy ;-iiasvj ul luc aueFlLcit aurt liie ci.iulor.d varied, a ui-fiulle j-ulic-y cf :ilil to inc: farmer, not FO inurli tu aiiUEe but to belli him ucel'Ms [.robleir.BJ and K0lvt> Ihem. formed. It was i tbouiihl -that the unly llic com-1 niltU'C farutora' iwcils. would be to get them diriit-l Iroiu iLu man on tbe land. To tills U tbat 'lannera1 nief-lillBs '.rill lie litH. and tbe ajrl- I cuttuiisls Invited lo speak. A rCMiiuHon favorluf; rural frt-c de- lirury was jiasded, and recommended lo Hie council for action, so thai it michl lie fornarJed to Ibc an exiircsslon of the Jcellnj; ol tbe Board of Trade !n tbe mailer. Mr. Dunham introduced a resolution; asking Ibct the Oominlon govern-1 mnn lie to cor.duct more aud dairy uiporfmcrils Ihe farm bere. Tiiej (ccliug Hul 'mixed farmini! if Uie on-i )y yro'ilAble metbod lias been abroad for Eomf time, anil it was ft.1t tlial tiic sliould do more live- work on iny farm for the benfi- fil of Hie farmers vvlio are er.deavor- ing to work along tbcse lines. Mr. FalrlMd was linirtfly In accord 'ultb llie resoluliou. Another motion v.-as passed asking that regular visitors' day he eslub- llsh.eJ at tbe farm, so that the farm- ers mt4bt be able to set fuller beue: fils from (he work carried April JQI1. "Souic jears ego, 1 cict ia IH-U, tail tVoujjbl I was to I bid gtc-ftU In wy atOLiacli, which tbe doclora seidTfas aTluuor fthd ihty said tliil the only Ihiux to do to go to HEM mm A After highly "seasoned" ihe hospiUl and bivc the tumor cut out. I JrradtJ an operation 'although boib doctors it TTHI ihe only I siU tin lion. At IDT mother in Alriniton sent me fttd Induced me to try them liwj heard of another iH'Oinau who bad.brt" currd ol a in alomwh by taking -To pleiae my niothtr, I to take "Frui'.-i-Uves" witli the 1-ippy result that tbty cuied1 me. I liave uot been to ice a doctor since aad 017 health is CistcUii. 1 recommend "Pruit-a-iivea" every Unie I gel a chance and I willfc: glad lo you publish lliUletter ai tome ether itomau nuy now be a from the same trouble acd will cuie her" MKS. A. itcDOSALD. 5OC a boi, 6 for trial siio, 2jc. dealers or sent on rtcript ol By i-imiUJ, OtUwa. bavluu wort, exjilgmcd to them, whicli' coliU'lie done to better advan- tage vheu a number gatlered at'ono time, p large altcudar.? .r.t Lhe feting, was rwonicd. 1ii asriciilltival subjects 'displayed; fTh'e 'RUCCPES ol the committee's certain. thi5 'morning was t'ather FOR- NAVlGATl'QI; }lo, April .lierc jMteiday; asreecl to for.thej year. LUU-1UKL1 illly i-... of the Ihrec built lor. the honor Jf Ono of tbe largest dockets lated foj one si it in the DSbUict Court, commeuced y-jaUrdtty, 'with his Honor JucJso Jackson yn ihu Letich inoriiinKt L'i each cast for the plaint Iff. these So _ Tbe criminal casu of lie Crowu vs. Coi wag heard in the uficriioon. OtU- cases were Bel down u-a follows: Large 3tbt Caees Fit more vs. Gllmore; Palmer Co., W. S. Ball; Ayrtl JO, 2.XO. West Cau. Lumber Co. VB. UougJas; Shepherd fr Co., K. A. TJnnbar; CRBO pending gettleicent. IMiickeozle VB. Yoiiiig; Hannah, Stlrton Co.. W. C. Ivi-s; April 10. Haaj VB. LcthLrldge KxhiblUou lioard; Sllllk-an fr Co., W. S. Ball; April 21, 10.15. Hall worth vs. Gray; Palmer t Co., Shepherd Co.; Anrll IS, 10.15. Henderson Garage Co. VB. Palmer Co., C. E. Cameron; April 20, 2.SV. Ueiiajo VB. PaVEon; Palmer Co., Couytearo Co.; April Abbott Fletcher; A, B. llogp, C. M. Foley; PfeUle Mfe. Co. vs. Morgan; T. S. McMorran, Shepherd Co.; April 22. Thelan vs. Andereon; ConyLcare Co.. Shepherd Co.; April 2S. Glenister vc.. ilagratb; Toapst Conybeare ft Co.; April i7. The MagratU pool room caee ap conieB up for hearing on Friday the 17HJ. Small Debt Lethbridge IroQ vs. Auiiett Conybpare .M. CampLeM; set over. Lethbridge -Saddlery Co. vs. D Jons; Conybeare Co., C. M. Knley; tet over. i IlrHlaln vs. Wright; -Conybeare .Co., Palmer Co.; settled.- Prudential T-ife '.Insurance (Cu. Wolstenholrae; Conybeare k Co., ip person; EtricheB "ofT. :Co., Palmer, Co.; ..April Jo. Clean-Pure digestion with G LEY'S Some tasty vegetables are odorous. Many highly seasoned foods are not easily digested. This pure mint leaf juice purifies the breath and gives digestion aid in delicious form. It helps saliva besides. And your teeth are brightened and "over-eaten" feelings are this inexpensive pocket companion that's so good for you. Be SURE it's Wrigley's fending -Americas .yup usioiini. IMPROVE MISSI83IPRI ,ThomasUJplon'.E'OhBllbiieer this fail. v '.T-.-'rtftT'i flue of tlie beat ,in oer- Turney CoL vs. Kerr; Shppherd settled. "..MaroS ve. S. jerEon; (I The Darnless Stocking for Boys Mothers get out of practice in darning when their boys wear Blister Brown Stockings. The Barter firown is the ideal stocking for boys, well shaped and splendid looking. They are made of the strongest long fibre cotton, spec- ially twisted and tested for dura- bility, with double leg and three- ply heel and toe to resist the hard wear every healthy boy gives his stockings. MtoKav-rc. McCann; Coni'teare Coy SneDherd ready. Lyoii vs. Ko'.has; Poipst Co., Si.eiiherd t .Workmen's Compcnution ilacMIilan va.-.LslhhrldEe. Colller- Conybeare t. Co. Sinkiewlcz vs. C.-F. R.; Paln-2r 1 A. Walker.-' Hlpplna vs. C. P. It.; Palmer t Co.. G. A. Walker. i Odaschuk vs. C.-P. ;n.; Palmer i- Co., .G. A. Walker.-' Theao caaes -we're all set over lor hearing at the next BUY IT BY THE BOX of twenty pecliEgee. It coits of any and fresh until uied, Chew it after every meal Made in Canada 10 HE rtl'. 11 writ Cibn-Witk, LMIhcr Tx, PM. IIM Wiitt .Chliiuahua. April.13 (via El Paso, Tex., -April Frandeco Villa'is expected .here lo- morrow lo confer "with, Car: rariza. if conaitions at tlie tront will permit. .The understanding thftt'ho in It here, was rnade s'ubieot-to mil- itary rcnuiremenW "which might make it iinwisc for him to leave the Iroops IhlB lime. While there Is a dearth of newa .frorn the-fielil, it IB understood tlial.there hare been Eev- Pedro, Par- raj and other cities east of Torreon, 16 which' Ihe. Federal garrison of the last namel city reireated alter the battle. In an endeavor to join the Delated re-lnfo'rcemonts, which failed lo arrive In time lo assUl In Ihe de- fence of the city. WRECK ON SCOTCH RAILWAY Aberdeen, Scotland, April Scolch express was' wrecked ncai Durntitland alalion today. The en- gineer nnd flrercan Mere killed, ami five passengers were so seriously In- jured that they probably viiil die. Tbe express, while Iravcllins" at sixty miles an hour, craEhed Into a freight train. Fire broke out In the wrcclt, and the Injured peoplo iverc badly burned. LOSES IE IN ICttttttng OI0., l iflflitrti in liamUtou Ontario MILLS AT HAMILTON AND WELL AND, ONTARIO Aha e DOMINICAN REPUBLIC HAS REVOLUTIONS Sanlo Uomingo, Domlnlcon lie. April I'reeldcni Joso Horrtas Valdsz. at the head o1 a large force o! Dominican troop." tcrljv a march throng] Mesa Sanliago anil Monte Chrisli vilhoul mestltiB any opposition from the rebels. He received enthus laitlcally alone route. LAKE .NAVIGATION WILC OPEN UP NEXT SUNDAY Fort Ont., April 'Hie Icn-lireaker Whalen this morning to channel from 1'orl .Vrthiir lo fort Wit- Him. It is prfdictr-il thai both harbors will be-open by tho end of tho and that the flrel steamer from B'.ilulh will arrlvo nexl Sunday, and freighters from the eafil about ft later- Satisfies The Longing for a Perfect TJ Cup of Coffee High lllver, Allft., April Wilson, nn employee ot loca' theatre, lost his llfo this morriing In R Tire which consumed the pnrngo by J. P. AlcKcague, abovo vhlch he sJeepinR. In addition to th9. premises, nine or ten Cora, a laundry adjoining, waa also redut-ed to a'ahes It appeara ttiat the unfortuna Wilson was nccuslomed to sleep untl on in tho