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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta wednesday, april 19, 1910. the le'thbridge daily herald page seven WHITEFISH FOK THE I^ST WEEK IN LENT per ppiind 5c We will have Chickens, Veal and Spring Lamb for paster These (jliuee are almoHt unobtainable tliiN spring Limited Phone 452 ESPECIALLY FOR EVIDENCE OR. BL "Frult-a-tives" Now Known as Woman's Best l^sdicine "rB,UIT-A-TIVi;S," the famous fruit medicine is particularly n-sll Kuilod for the use of women, bn-mi.sc of lU iniUl and gentleaclioii anj iu ])l(;asaiit t0, trial n\>,i: At dealers or sent ))c..stpaid by Fniit. a-tive8 Limitnd, Ottawa. NOTSE AFIER Al L But Evidence Is Produced Thai Show Contnictp Have Been Greedy in SuppJicK aqainst epidemics by buiMimq up the defensive forces of the body with Ottawa. Aiiri) 18.-Tlio Davi(i?o;i coinmlsulun iindortook this uioniiiii,' to invcRtigate Btateirunts matli! by Rev. Dr. Bl.ind of Wesley roller.). Wliiiilpeg, in H Harmon i)ro;icli(!(l al Port Arthur on Maroti "d. Ur. Uland was quoted an having docla!'t;d Unit thi) woBterii provinces were iioriiuial-Willi dtHhonuBty in oonuucllon witli tlui Kupply by contractors ol' Uiw\ ior Its soldiers. Uo was funln;;" (luuted hh glvlDg HpecDie iustiiiiees of Irri'su-ijirllie.'i in (lie Biippiy o/' food. 'Vheti: wuri! jireseut also tliiit luoniing Dr. Ebar Cumnilng, princiiial of Wesley ("oilege, and Col. Mullliis. Inspector ; of Bupplles for the weslorii provincPi;. 6od>1^ Compound and decided to try it. I got good results and I now feel better than Oiave felt for years and 1 am gaining in weight. I can gladly recommend it to all women. "-Mrs. GaoRGE W. SEn6lL.D, 1611 Weat4�i Street, Wilmington, Del. Backache and bearing down pains are danger signals whicli every woman Bhou d heed. Remove the cause of these ftchea and pains by takingLydiaE. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, that good old root and herb medicine. Thousands of women liave testified to its virtues. For forty years it has been making �women strong, curing backache, nor-vonanesH, ulceration and inflammation, weakness, disijlaoements, irregularity aifd 'periodic pain. JJ! you wantsiiecialacIvJce writo IiydUv Ja. Pinkham Mcdiciuo Co. mcDt about the submarlues bought at j the Pacific coast, Sir Charles asUed if he had read the evidence in the hearing, Di-. Bland said- he bad followed the papers and had formed his oa-u impression. Sir Charles stated tliat In his observations the purchase was very esse'iitlal, and tho price not exorbitant. Dr. Bland said (bat undoubtedly there were two sides to the quostlon. Dr. Bland declared that he had been impressed with the work of Col. -lluilins, but iihocked that such vigl-. lanco was necessary. He had In-fonned him that the aystem was better slnco the Army . Service Corps took over the feeding of the men. Epidemic of Slander Sir Charles DavldsoD remarliod that he hart fiOl) pages of anonymous letters in hlE possession oharglng graft and fraud. "I have been shpcked," ho said, "at the epidemic of slander wblcli is rife. Every man's band� seemed to be raised against his neighbor." . Col. H. A. MuUins, inspector of supplies for the west, declared that his conversation on the' train was absolutely private, and that Dr. Bland had abBolulely no right to mention It in bis sermon. He bad said, however, that he had had trouble with contractors, not all coiitractors, but some. There were men who supplied goods not up to the standard. He bad found li\'er that; was being exchanged .for beef to tho ^5th battalion, though U was only. worth five ceut.'i a pound. This- liad been-etopped, and no cx-chauges were now allowed. The service had bad: trouble and complaints with butter for a long time In the west. A goojj butter was now beins supplied, however, .from the eastern townships. In connection with hay. It bad been found in Winnipeg Uiat while bales near the door ot the car in which if had been delivered were of good quality, those inside wore very Inferior and*of little use. There was foxtail Inside the bales, and this was very hard tor horses' mouths, "]:)id you report this?" Changed the Sy&tem "No. We clianged the sy.stera. Wo took what was good and allowed the contractor, to take the rest away. It is all rtght now. We had a lot of coarse slough hay put over on us." In the .niattar of coal,' the (ioth battalion had, at his request, weighed a load of coal, and had found ft 500 pounds short. 'They bud then continued to check up loads. The question bad not been taken up with the contractorp. At 'Victoria^le bad found that jam ot an Inferior quality was boing supplied, when high quality jam should have been supplied. Thi.s was fairly common, hut he believed good jam was being supplied now. Bacon ot a rou'gh fat and coarse quality bad been supplied In many places where bacon of first quality was called for. At Saskatoon he jlad examined tho beet supply, and bad found It not worth two centij a pound. It wasn't. In fact, worth anything, because of Its inferior, quality,, li was ordered to be taken ap'ay, and was taken away, . ?, Yes. 4. ?5 per day. 6. .VJ. out of which Mr. Hlglii-botbam bad to pay the wages of his staff and other expenses connected with tlie running ot his ollh'e. LADY COLEBROOK I Who with 2ii other ladies of title i siKnf;d up for six months' service in; munition plants. L,ady Colebrook worked eight hours a day and receiv. ed the minimum wage of about 58o a day. The oven without the stoop stooping and lifting at the same lime is no little strain on a woman's strength. Multiply the strain' many times a day! What an aching drain on precious energy-and so needless! Look at that elevated double top on How easy to handle a'heavy dish'of cooldng.' Note thatjyou do not bend over the fire tojreach the oven. And when you know that the McClary is a good cooker besides being so convenient and handsomely designed, isn't it decidedly worth any woman's while to see the style at the dealers, or to write to us? sso London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver St. John, K.B. Hamilton . Calgary Edmonton Saskatooij Sold l)y liiek-Sehl IlardAvare Co. i'3 Orders For c^mfidential metUcal advice aatirtilyffea' oonildcutitt], H^t^^ Mtvss; TORPEDO WORKS DESTROYED London, April 18.'-A Ueuter dispatch trpm Copenhagen says: "A dispatch to ,the Kieler Zeitung from Wilholmshaven says there was a great explosion last Fi'iday in the new torpedo works there, a number of periioua being killed and others wounded. The works wore recently llnished arid wore Inspected by 15m-peror WUlitvm on February 23," MEXICANS POISON STREAMS Bl Paso, ToxRP. April 18.-Mexicans are Bteallug oynnldo from the mines of Ajnerloan copipanfe.s in Mexico and poisoning tho streams from which American sQldlora must get water for themselves iwnd horsesi. Where it was not possible for Ihq Mexicans to get the oynplde, dead-animals have been thrown into atroania and :Water holos to; pravqnt Anierlvan \ soldiers from ob'tnlntng wateij;*' :' Dr. Joflaph'-vSobiv$pn,' of Wankosha, U.B.A,, ivasi bushed alt tiie' stake and beheaded.te.J'ersla, a martyr to tlie Chrlsttai; roUgloni - Sale Bills, \ Business Systems, etc. \ TO- RIDGE HERALD ^ Superior Quality Work and Prompt Service at Lowest Cost q You May As Well Have The Best--It Costs No More jit>H ;