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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIt I a, I91S THE LJRTRBKIDGE UAiuT PAGEflTB Remember whenever you are troubled with minor ailnwnta of the digestive organs, that these may soon develop into mare Berious m'cknees. Your future lafcty, ea veil your present comfort may depend on tho quickness with which you a corrective remedy. By common consent of the legion who have tried them, Beeeham's Fills are the most reliable of all family medi- cines. This standard family remedy tones tho stomach, stimulates the ikiggish liver, regulates inactive bowels. Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks, brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the lyitam. hot been cleared and tho blood purified by Beecham's Pills Worth Mm lax Atlu Gnat Falli Council for faaustuu to Supply City CM El Bbgtu, iffto a> jtertion. to tbe pil field, la now busy fcg the fttit wall in field, Is to that ts a gnat Trine of gas on Sw Montana side in tbe anti- cline In whloh be IB now trilling thai he has made application to the clfrr council of OTWt, Jor an eaulu- plvo gaa franchise under which he to iupply that olty iffltu natural gau Iniidn two yeari or (or- Jrft US' liaotblH. He aakfl a maxi- mum price of oents per thousand, and Dfleii the city cant, of the groiG receipts. The ofler will come city Shortly and U council is willing, the question will be put to a vote ol EfcLc pcopli, Mr. Segur having offered 4o pay all.the. Bjcponwi of takfiis tbe ivote. When Mr. Segur located the Grass fleld a ago last spring, it WAK thfl oil ieftpajea on the Moscoe fornip-jujit south of his well in 1-12 that decided him chat there .vas' :iu oil ami gas (itld there. Subsequently ho got an option on the Hoscoe farm and Inlet purchased it tor cnah. Since tlien lie has been drilling, and has struck a itrong (low ot gas in 1-12, and lieliercs that lio ooiild RO a few miles furt'i.cr s.sd repeat thff triclc. If ho gets tbe franchise bhls IB what he will likely do. Tlie distance irom tbe Jield to Great Fails is considerably IMS than the dlBtancc from Bow lalaud to Cnlgary, that the leat is not impoCBihle. The status of the work at the Se- well jurt at preMQt is not Rnttfly known. Most ol the gas that it not wanted lor drilling has he efl, but it it understood tlia tlte hole has gone crooked and som time Tvill lout in straightening before the quest for. the oil Mr. S fur sun is there -will he lesuraed Gas Tho Boatec Word also came to the city toda that Beaver Oils, drilling in Sec. 2 1-11, eighteen miles due east of tl location of the Sbokcs-Stephcns, ha struck a strong flow of gas at 70 feet. Driller Thomas is awaiting i fltruetJons from President Cox Calgary. He states that the prcssu IB ID strong that there is danger t the siring of tools in the well, r; tbmks the preaRurc is aL least 70 poundf to the square inch. Durin the drilling a strong flow ol waLe woi ttruct at IBS feet which 5 pout e 35 rwt into the air, and alter Lha aolt water and sulphur water wci both struct, which arc considered th of 611 indications. Other Live News .of tht Footbil1 Burg in Brief Form DAILY SPECIAL With aoine men cleanliness IE nex to Impossible.... When Your Fiftieth Birthday Comes hive the round bwct, and good digestion. jeur yonncer MUT ud woman Huh the prime ol life, burdened Tith" ooaflUpatlac, Berroudness, heart. flutter, Md frequently the came IE tie drug, caffeine, In the mi drink. Yffli.cui iiuicirty tell if or ooffte is injuring your h7 ,'Btoiplii it ten and lulu. INSTANT POSTUM This delicious, pure food-drink contains no caffeine nor any oilier harmful Ingredient. It It wholeiome and invigorating, with a snappy, delicious flavour. And Instan't Postum is so easy to make. Put a lerel teaBppont'ul in a cup and add hot all. 'The convenience, of Instant Postnin is seen at a glance. Sold in 30c and.50c tins. Some prefer Postum original form, which must be well boiled, loc and 2oc packages. Orocere rail ;both Modi, ttii flavour la squally dellclotw aad cast cup In about tie "Theresa Reason" for POSTUM Canadlaii Pofltum Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont Plucher Crcolr, Alta., Ajjrll directors ot the Memorial boypltal ure feeling highly gruLifled rc- culpt of a cheque for ?1000 trom the entalu of tbe late Lord SiruUico.iu, II will be remembered inat In the fnll ot 1913, 1MB fliirn was promised ilio hoard manageiiieiit If I hoy would rulee tho remaining 82ROO iitfcOBaary to clear the old debt. A whirlwind ctunimlgn was Inaugurated QiuL the specified Bum .raised within tha time limit. Tho dfiiilh of tlio lioii- ored ijentleinun, however, delayed the payment ol thu buiiueet uiith fjuite recently. Chargerl with fraudulently keeping a con-; J. II. Praiikal wns up before J. P. James Biddell on Saturday last. The accuaed waa sdit up for trial In OcLobor. Ball was fixed uL ?4000, the accused will furnish and James Dapper and W. T. Eddy gave uuretlea of 11000 each. Tlie lo'ivn council met on Monday night, and gave the business assess- ment-bylaw its third and last reading. Nothing remains now Imt to get out tho assessments FUN! enforce the tax. This will be'the third try on (he part of the town to make the tax slIcK. They hare baan defealed on the tiro previous occasions. On account of tbe license bylaw conflicting1' ivJtJi .the business assessment, H will be ue- ceesery to amend tlie old Jiconse law. Notice oE motion 'was given to intro- diwju apw one at the inoatlnt. Tbe Balance of the uiceLliJg tvaa over to routing bus) n BE 6, The high wind played huvoc wltli ill forecaitii a0 to tho utrtiifth of tho walli of tho old sto.ro of T, Lebol Co., recently dcitroytu by Ilrs. On Friday latt the itoros on the oast were the walli were nway- lug dungerouuly. Cublei 'wore has lily stretched, and the went TV nil mudo ai Boouro fte possible, and In tho menu- tlmu Q. Ij. Dore Is gettUiB ready to tear off tliB tc-p dtorey. Mr, olid Mrs. J. J. Cameron; who wera murrled In Winnipeg on Tues- day, April 6, mluruod to Plncher Creek on Sunday, mid have taken un thulr residence on Brldye sLreot. The Boldlqra of Flehburn, who ure In truinlng wore Invited to Fleh- the..cltlzeuB !uui nrepured u "send u''" for .them. A social even- ing wan provided, during the courso of "tho entertainment the boya wery yreHeiiLtu. .-'with fcuntwln jions tind o tiler keopsahes. The occasion was. brought (o a clo-Hfi In tile earlj' houi-s'of Saturday'morning, atlcr one of the .most succeusful dances ever given In the district. Spring work is iJtiiiural amor.g Ihe farmers In tlile dietrict. Spring seed- ing IE well under iva.v close to town, but a little'further out tho ground haa too wet lo be worked until a little over a week figo. This is eurely the farmers' buBy-tliUL1. The'Tdnii'lB club of lhc Methodist church is--busy its court fixed up. The club is. going to have a cin- der court this year. DROCE SKIPPERS SAW ZEPUPELIN April skippers of the 'tiritlfflL-trawlers wlio sighted Ibe Zeppelin airship which last night vald- ed the northeast coast of England, dc- gcrlbc her as the Z-9, OUR of the very latest type of German alrshjp. The trawlers -sighted the craft 100 miles from-- They believe came from Heligoland. Jf she reLurned to tfiat island, fllJG must Jjavo covered on trip something like 800 miles. The came fit fu'J] speed Tor norfc mmediatcly after they recognized the ZeppeJJri, :wlth Ibe object of giving warning. .-m J 3SC3 At Fruit Stores At Groceries These Luscious Oranges are sold by ail good dealers everywhere Prices ure low and the fruit was never more delicious. Sweet, firm, teuder, heavy with juice free-peeling; xediess, best for ull culinary uses. California Sunkist Oranges Famous Seedless Navels Health demands oranges, especially during the Spring and Summer, when the blood needs cooliag foods. Aod orauges contain just the right amount of fruit acids to keep tho di- gestion iu perfect working; order. Send for free book that describes scores of. ways to prepare delicious Suakist dishes. Healthful oranges Telephone for them can bo served, with the help e! this book, every day without mo- notony. Use Sunkist Lemons, too. Usa [he juice in place of vinegar. Ask tor our lemon book, also; which shows 66 ways to employ these best of all lemons. (9TT) California Fruit Growers Exchtngt 105 Km, St., Eut, Ckuck. TwwU, Out. Insist on SUNKIST SERBIA'S WORST-ENEMY IS TYPHOID FEVER Serbia is in, the worst predicament pf any nation at war far she Is not only fighting an enemy but also the typhua fever which in Nish alone numbers about 1-10 victims a day. The picture shows bullock wagons in Nlsh rouig the rounds of tlie hospitals and bowses gathering typhus victims. LIKES TO POSE AND IS SPITEFUL TO. HIS DEPOSED FAV- ORITES the volume ot "Stories f the by Clare Jerrold, it ia significant fact that nearly every anecdote shows him as a man of over weening vanity. If half the incidents dated are true, then the charge of megalomania is to the hilt. As a, little boy the Kaiser wag very elf-importaut, and learned early to ipect servility from his entourage, ia related that at the age of eight Is hobby 'was to escape the vigilance f his nuraes, aud go to the palace atee, in order to enjoy the pleasure seeing the sentries ralute him. In he ann-junced tliat he would sit the King of the Belgians.in hie aoht, and OB tend was the scot chos- People came from all over Bel- urn to welcome expenses, Is said, were tnfs la what appened: The HobenzoIIern stole along the bore, eutered.the harbor, and became ationary. Under the blue sky the aunllBht. shone upon a white ifp, white within s.nd wJtliout, and ion a single majestic figure on Ha ick, that, too, All la white, upright id grundly posed, Immovable as a Its ailrer' culraas and'helmet fleeting tbe sun. The thousands of people who look- upon this scene had their ears rav- bed by sweet Bounds from the inter- r of the yacht.some of the music am IVflgoer's opera, solemn and mnj- tic. When tbit was finished, and 3t till then, "Lohengrin" moved. He me to the deck aide, lincl actually a. sermon to the multitude who ad BBiembled to lay do you to him. Unpardoniblt Offcnca During military minoeuvres the r has alwayi played ectacular part. On one occasion he irolssed the general whMe only nee wai that ho bad won the mock acalDRt hii Emperor, but to it the BniB-aror nn unptrdon- le offence, as. ft dimmed rial preitlge. One day; when fUiwr Wltllam had evlded at a manoeuvre he rode do'wn e'1 ranks taking the reports of each mninnding ofllcer as he..went, nloni., One officer htd nothlnc to Bire." "Nonsense! I command you to make a "If .your Majesty commands I must obey; and all I can say is that the whole affair pwas a confounded mess." What happened to this intrepid of- IJcer is not stated. Rubbing It In The Kaiser will spend any amount of money to gratify a whim, and he will- take most elaborate means to wreak his siiite upon a deposed favor- ite.- After dismissing Bismarck he had a new play, New put on the stage, the subject -being tho glori- fication of the Great Elector, 'who, when he ascended the throne, dismiss- ed .his father's -wicked, minister. The parallel was unmistakable, and to make it well understood the Kaiser went "W see it" night after night, shouting- his applause, and conferred marlis of distinction upon author and actresses.- The Kaiser is said to be very ner- vous of his own skin, htfwever valor- ous he is in'Words. Immense precau- tions have been made for bis safety during the present -war. LADIES! DARKEN YOTJK GRAY HAIR Leok years yeungerl Uu Grand- mother1! recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur and nobody will know. The use of Sase and Sulphur for re- JtorlDg faded, gray hair to ils natural color dates back" to grandmother's time. She used it to. teep' her hair beautifully 'dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever her hair loll out or took on that dull, laded or streaked ap- leeranee, thii simple mixture was ap- >lied with wonderful effect. But brewing at home ia muiiy Nowadays, by nuking at any drug (or a bottle of 'Wyeth'a Sape and Sulphur Com- you will Ihli famoua old which can be dipcoded upon o rostire natural color and o the hair and In aplendid for dand- ruff, dry, feveriiu, Itchy ocalp and Ilini hair. A well-known downtown druiilat jaya it darkens Hie hair go naturally and evenly tbat nobody can tell It ban teen applied. Von eiinply dampen a apongg or soil bruin with It and draw his through your hair, taking one at' a time. By morning [ray heir dlRappeara, and; after an: iher application or two It becomes beautifully darli, glosiy, aod afciiid- int. Sold by J. D. Hlflnbothem A'Co. LlmllX. When at Czenstochowa the grounds of the' place where lie was staying were enclosed with high barbed, wire fencing, and roofed 'with wire netting lilte an enormous cage for fancy birds. BOMBARD BELGRADE Ntsu, Serbia, official report says an Austrian warship shelled Belgrade .on Saturday, and wounded two women, besides damag- ing a-house. The bombardment was In violation ol a recent agreement be- tween tile Austrian and Serbian com- manders uot to bombard unfortified towns. THINGS TO WOHRY ABOUT John D. Itockefeller's income is a minute. Paint, Special, Regular per Gallon Get Your Supply right now We have everything required in the Garden or Lawn Hose Eccls, Forks, Hoes. Jfozzles, Couplings, etc. WE HAVE MADE A CAREFUL SELECTION AND ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. House Cleaning Utensils We always have had the "Toola" which Housecleaning easier. Ca.Il and see our utenaUi, soaps and polishes 'before you start houaeclefuilng. Prices on these lines are at ths lowMt notch. G. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Friday and Saturday Specials in WORKINGMEN'S SHOES AT THE FOOT TOGGERY Black and tan grain Blu. Pegged or Sewn, Heavy single or double Sates, at Values you can't find anywhere else In town. Secure a pair now. SPECIAL Regal Black and Tan Polish, 5c tin; 6 tint fpf 25c W. J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING ;