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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APH1L 17, 191S THE i, E T H n n i n n E n A 11, v HERALD PAGE SEVEN THE THE STREAM OF LIFE Pure Blood It Absolutely Neceuary To Health "FRUiT-A-TiVESM PURIFIES These Wonderful Tftbleti, Made of Fruit Juicet, Are The Bett Of All To Purify And Enrich The Blood. Pure, rich blood can (low only in n clean body. Now, a clean body is one in wbicli ilic waste juatler is regularly nil naturally eliminated from the Byslciii. The blood cniuiol be pure (lie skin dctiori is weak, when llie r.loniadi does not digest the food when Ilic byivulsilo not move regularly, when llie kidneys ire or overworked. Pure blood is the result of perfect Jicnlth and harmony of liver, bowels, hidncys ami skin, by llieir action 011 nil these organs, keeps tlie system as clean as Nature iu- tcudeJ our bodies to be c.'eau. "Frult-B-livcs" tones up, invigo- rates, strengthens, purities, cleans and Hives pure, rich, clean blood that is. in trulli, the stream of lite. HI CONTINUED I'llOM I'MIONT PAGE H. li. Uaiiiptoli, Hocky Mountain, speaking uii Die utility commission, dciilL :il length on ll.e' farmum' co- operative L'lcvulorK advocating m- vi'stigiilioii lii'foit; Iliey were, handed over In tlu1 Hupcivision of Ilic' ciim- iiijssiDii, Ho piiiised I Jon. iMr, arl lor liis insistency in requiring nircful Insncslion of the elevators. III! ulKo praised air. McGownn. who did tlie inspc.liug. The hitler's- IT- jioris were examined to show on the whole (.hat the fanners' company iiaii been [airly well conducted. Mr. (.'aiiiplicll rfiad .Uri' (J Divan's re- ports to show Unit tlie.elevator com- pany made over-charges 011 construc- tion of l-.vo or four1 hundred dollars at Kem-al points, Lhc- discrep- ancies Itcing in Jmiiter .ind freight. He charged1' Mr. Kreiim with perjuring himself; Biyenrliife thnl .slock hud bmi paid up whim fifteen thitusiiiid was outstanding. He made; Die pcr.iiirj charge DII his xcspoiisibil- ity as 11 nicinher. 'lion. Charles Stewart-, replying, said thi: system of iiih'pcction was not to harass" ihr farmers hut io help 'Die inspection this y.-ar would be more rigid, lit uanted Id have the L-lrvatLTS bniH al the most re- ipoiitiiliiu eobi to farmers. The company Las paid excessive freight rates aiid his ullimls will in future st'Ck to protect lliciii. It required pcrt vigilance tu waVcli -freight, rales, j tin nrcilicicil Dial uOicii the audit, is taken ;his year llu1 company will he j on its feel plus a lot of experience whicli they undoubtedly have paid or. At a Hireling the other day it ivas rlci'idcil that no clumce.s would I te taken and business would be done >n a bu.siiKSS biisis. The farmers will now have a duuMc check, ow: by a "l-ruit-a-tives" is sold by all driers I special auditor, and one by the mbox, 6 for Irial size 25C, -lij- BLACK WHITE TAN or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruil-a-Uves l.itnited, Ottawa. BRITISH GOVERNMENT APOLOGIZES London, April Drltlsh gov- auditor. While not excusing tin: elevator company be said no coni- pany escaped lostus in cai'li'-r, e.vpent-ncc. He could me no benefit occur from tndepciideiil. commissions, as Ilic guvcnnnciiL iusiiection bocn i-igiil and complete. As regards ernment has offered a antl simple Mr. Fleam's affidavit, he bad noth- KjioJngy" io the Chi Joan government jug to say about il, iis it was at- for the sinking on M.irch 14 in Uhil-1 tached to the report and spolie tor ean territory ivalera of the Germun 1 lie hadHu wisl] to LTiliciic .Mr. I-'renin, who was not the man- cniiscr Dreaden. the tiilernnient. of had alrendy been ordered by agcr the- company. Mr. Stewart five maritimo governor of Cumberland Jsaid uinloiibtudly in tlie first year Bay. when the British squadi-on attuck- there- had been some poor business and sank her. ability He made it plain that 'Mils fact was made public tonlffhtliio cicvalors iroukl sanctioned in Su a white pnper, giving the loxts of future unless the work is fully suh- tlie Chilean note protesting against I scribed mid paid for. the H Inking- of the Drcadnn and the British government'tj reph-. 7'he note bv'the Chilean minister to Orent Britain pays that tlie Dresden anchored in Cumberlnnd Bay, Juan Fernandcx Jsland, March ;l and asked permission to remain eight days for tlie inirpotie of repairing .her en-1 oiid rca Mr. Michener said he approved the utility bill but wanted a commission Io vtt'lue the physical assets of utili- ties heroic placing them under the commission. He moved an amendment to thai effect, which was defeated, 16 to The hill wat; then given a sec- GETTING RETURNS from YOUR TRACTOR YOUR trartor w i'L-'i yo STANDARD GAS ENGINE OIL Canailii a1. n reliable lubricant fo ft larticiiIaN'y fj" :o.'e, engines- 1'or L.c more true let! iraclors r.crvv body i and finely IMPERIAL Limited pines, which were said to he out of order. The governor refused the re- quest, as he considered R unfounded and ordered the captain to leave the buy with '2-1 hours. .1 AB the order v.'fis not complied wilh, the cRJitain o( the Dresden "was iu- formod ihut ills sliJtj was Interned. When the "Titish squadron appenr- fed en March 1.4, the governor was pro- ceeding to the cruiser Glasgow to in- form the British officers of the stops ihe had taken, but he had to turn back, as the British ships opened fire on thd Dresden, on which u-flag of truco already been hnJsed. and called on her captain to surrender. The can- tnin then gave orders to.blow up the Eiflg'Hzino of the Dresden. ing, Just hciorc .idjouniiiiciil, (Jen. Smith made a statement expressing his willingness wHlidraiv his lesonliition ing Premier llordcn tor -viulatinp; his promise tu give the west the natural resourced. Mr. Smith made it clear that he was yielding to a desire on both sides of the house to have pro- (From (lie Helurui A ''review oi the situation in Ku- botli sides of tie house to have firo-i L A- IUL rogation reached Saturday niEht and tiiat Gennany has seized jlo her resource against not hecause he did not want to 'dQ-j something more Ihan mere j the day when she may be driven back wiUiin her own borders. O'Lcai'y is the huru of ilic llriiish fOmiMit1 today. Itix cxplmiif Hi Ciiiiirliy, France, he won the. jclorhi L'russ und was promoted from la net1 (.'oi'iU'.'.'iTi to ner- on the field. The terse odicial ii-pnrt of Ih? hravi-ry lol- hnvs "For hravery WIiPH loniiinij; one ui Die siormint; pai ly u JiU'h advance.I Llie ennny's Miirricadp, (i'Lcan to the fnml and liim.scli liillc-il live (Jcr- iiians wcrr holdiitg the lirst har- riL-adr; afl-cr which he al lacked the second biinifadc, ahuut sixty yurds on, ivliit-Ji hr yilur thrco of I lie me my and mak- iiiR prisoners of two more." O'Leary iormcrly in the Canadian North- west. Mounted Police. You may talk of the Rebels of Ulster And tin! shindy UP had to chuck Uui ivo i'um'i y rap for a laniily -scrap AVhin Llie Proushuns is running amufk. Did vou hpar Imiv L.IJJCC Corporal Mike O'l.eary of the Guards, Witt his own two mils, lore ;i forlh- ress to hiis Like ;i conihnuHitm ol uanis. He'd a slimile, had Milvc, tliat 'lid span a dyke, And a list, thai 'ml fell a horse; And he. ripped through the. mire of blood and bi'.rljed wire. Like a bull Liiroiijjlj a bimfh of gorse. Whin he waded in, sure 'twas a sin, The way that he hashed and 'cm He dropped on thim Huns like forty tons, Anil iliey nicer frucu- what had si ruck 'nil.. 'Poor says "I'm think- ing All tlie news they've bren told is lies, proportions, u'liicJ. compels these na-jSo It's up ID me, 'ere its kilt they lions to. spend millions with other nations tor supplies, and enables her GERMANY'S PLAN OF CAMPAIGN SHOWS INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY ADMINISTRATION of ESTATES Tho wide experience of our o.ticcra and executive staff ensures the uLniuBt eliieioncy in llie administration of estates. The fees arts us modcrutu as fur uu Indlviclniil executor of necessarily limited exiMM'HNice. Consult with us regarding Lhy apiioinLmciit ol yuur cxecuiar. WHITE 1'OH OUIi .BOOKLET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETH BRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKSW1N 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lcthbridge Office Bank of Bldg., J. W. McNIcof Inspector hate- Uift resolution." He ivas ready to'in her "invasion "of IJclgfum and ante on Ihc ivrst and Poland on cast. By occupalion of UJL'SB stay next'week, if necessary, but wanted ro pay some deference Lo the1, wishes of members." Mr. Smith has moved a simitar resolution four times ;parlicular spctiui s ol birofe. she since iffjtf, and certainlyMVUS nolr-at lia.s madciiin indiistrial conrjij! air (fibposcd to shirk a debate. As the i has forced the allies to look opposition riidn'.t want to debate the-for supplies furnished by ti.i SSHC the matter dropped. TENER EXPECTS GOOD YEAH John K. Tener. president of the Na- To put-the poor divjls wise. "Thim Huns, I'm told, while out- rageous hold, Is over a triuVihiH, Sure, if that's a fact, 'iis a friendly acl To hammer it Ihrougli their skull. trial The right food gour Babg. Should you ihink of trvinf cow'i milk, you would faced wilh many troubles- You would need to i ecu re milk of nonqualify, from hetllhy oowi, hihdled mrh cleialiiKii tnd delivered wliiUl quite freih. 1'ou would Kmvc to modify prepare (he milLcirtfully under mcdictl to that it Bkill be Co digest be nourUliinf. Can you do ill his [o be done? Must you? On cerltiabmutilal meadow piiturct in old England iplendid herdi of cowi ire reared, mad close by, in ideil ire the model Itborttorift- Directly ihe cows hive been milked the milk it prepired modified wifh icientific eiieincifl, tccordini! to (bt moit recent experience, to produce the ideal Infiat Food. Tlie'Allenhuryi'Milk Food No. I is j-nt whit you (or tbe bnby. Rich, (erm-free, cow'i 10 and modified that it is practically iden- tical n-ilh healthy mother's milk. The moit bahy ccn dirfeil it and he no unshed in that he will thrive. All thai you could With nud do him been dene for iuit eiM boiling wafer. When auw's milk, wilh ill lie worries to purity end -------IIOD, ii tugfeited for trial, reacmhcr indus- world. Uelgiuin v.-as the woikshou oi Eu- jopc. Ilrr great foundries, slii'l anil maniifctiurc o? all kinds of arms ami 1 munitions (if wnr, csceiithig latftc eannon, made her the most Tamable! Kn of I01S. ''Tlie licrc's for insulting old Erin, season of 1915 promises to be oils of! By thinking a Uiraitnr slin'd'he! the best urofessional baseball has ex- And here's Ior ynur linpcror sncenng'! perisuced." spys iir. Tener. "Tim war in Europe will people wilh money to snuud liarc aL iiorne and their atleiUion naturally will turn to outdoor -Tohn Culuerl, iirizc'nr thE-'kiupp i T'lle. is (Iead- 1 works at CJcrmany. By pos-! scssinK liCi.srlf Jlclgian I arms faciorics, und the great .Belgian r j supplies of iron and stcu! and sCoal, jtJcrniany wus doubly fortified for a great war. Iji seizing Ihc particular part of Krance whii'li ticrmany did seize and slill holds, Germany has gained only U per csiil. vnll in Lou vain to .he shot, but the Germans changed their minds and sent him to Germany as a. prisoner. Later tliej released him. OLDEST MAN IS DEAD St. John, N.B., April death of Patrick Lloyd, who 'was supposed to be the-oldest man in the province, occurred at his home in Mlllbank, Northumberland county, last night. He was in his 108th year. J Lefl to tumble to what he j Jiirrin' only ten, whicli I'm- wrong j For eight av Lhe ten was dead, HON. OLIVER .was for Milk Food No. I. Milk Food No. 2. rruul n loKmi.r.lki Fl-jlr.l! mii.-llhxilnnrd.. The moil ralinnfll, projretiii-e of lUby Feeding. A FIEE BOOK lor'every, inothtr. AlllB t Hinfcuiyi railniails and I lie UiTlnnu fac- lories iire -running the iinrl-n or soiMh of'tlic puint throush which she did drive, 640 W. Ruuell Stt Philadelphia, Fa. one of the moat jeriodi of a woman's existence. Women everywhere should remember that there it no other remedy known to carry women so successfully through citor-gcncral, and lion. Dr. Roche, miuistEU "Assuming the 'allocations and in- n[ tllc jntcrior anu thD both spccincally ileclar- hmi On thc Ublc jn the public interest, but Uii> trying period LydisRPinkham'i jin divsrtmg public atten- Vagetable Compound. i noil from Hie disclosuro oi the cora- II you want special adTlea i 'niUec' ol the In itrlct conflOeoce. Edmonton." sho uould not imvc ciipplcd them -JSE Foar tottor w 1 MX? ssrlouBly or assisted herself nm- JSSP'JS'r .tcis of the most ini] icrinlly. it is. she has made an cunyi-est of moiiicatoiis- FCR THE JBL KIDNEYS Sell Well In The United States As Well As Throughout Canada These wonderful their work so well and helping- to cure so many a bond of union with our good friends io the South. Here are three loiters from vanons pnrtsot the United States, showiiigtliedemand for Gin Pills, a. truly product which has helped and 19 helping thousands of Canadians to get well. Letters from Massachusetts, New York and Indiana. 543 Street, Jlolyoke, Mais. your eECilbnt Gin Pills a-d'tliev rcliavtd me IDUL-JJ Ilial J anijiijiepJtired wilh Ihercjulls. I Io niy drug- pit fur -.ome mnrc hul ihey linve not come and in ll.o mcamlme. I a Ins froin a lady Irn-nd trim is uilng Uiem. I am cciidLnff which I would you Io MirJ at once. AGATIIK VANESSE Bleekcr New Voik. Hemf troubled with my Kidneys and I recommended to (17 Gin I'ills, I purchased a at a. ticarbv dnjR slorc and I can sincerely and Fpiundrd, ImVinr neairlv ihabux. I'll cuiilinuc llrrir UM: fur a lime longer so that at ofinytroublc. GGO. DIXOH -V-y-." N. Y. Are., Whilins. Ind. Will yoy plnse rend me a fani nf Gin I'll Is? Wheji I sent for hnx, iTi-.isiillr.ippkd iipT-ilhKlicumalisninndmyEjccwaSiiohadlv-iwolleiilliat I could liurdly see out of my but after lakine..ibcjit lix pills. I felt heller, -irJ aher taking them for IJiaJ no more pain. J never intend to without (hoin at i hirf tried ie> many other pills and gat no rritults. ED. DEANS If you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble, Take Gin Pflfs IT your hack ncJiu; or your Jiaiids and feet nrc you suffer wilh Tncontiiience-ror: Suppression of if there is n biirninjf pain' in 11 ic tlie urijic is Hot and scaldiiip, or contains niUciia briclc dust if you are subject to Hllncts of Sciatica or Pills will relieve you.-help you. BOc.a box, (J rxjxcs for S2.50. Sold in U.S. as "GINO" MJls. Write 113 direct and we will send yoii a trial Irwiliitciit free. National Drug Chemical Co. ol Canada, Limited, Toronto ;