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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 24, THE LETHHRIDOE n A 11- Y H K R A L PAGE SEVEN Quick Relief with Hemlin's Honestly made, using only the'purest and most costly materials. Contains no opium, chloroform orother danger- ous drugs. Its healing oils penetrate right in where the pain is and give eplendi'l relief in burae. cuts, norcs. Fainoua dream look free, if uou writ Hamlini Wizard Oil Co., Toroi Tho Herald ban iveclvud word fl'om Ihe post offlco authorities at Otfaivn, thiit i-ioliillo.iH of the postal rcKilla- reijnli'lns all lellcra lo ho mailed Instead ol dci.vorcrl liy hand, wli'i liu proBeculed. 'I'liG following circular bus been sent oul: "fuller the I'IIK! Office Act, hce- tlollB ami the I'oEtmastor-llen- erii] has Hit- privilege, of re- j cirlviiif. colli'cmm. eonvr-yliig and de- IlvcrlnR letlc'i-s within Canada. I ami I'.eenunls. wliellier In op- en or sealed ciii-olopiw, as well us cir- cul'ji'S 'a- oiher primed matter enclos- ed In ciiveloi'ca. sealed or ready lo he sculi'J, are -Idlers1 wit bin the meaii- Ini! of Mie 1'cul Office Act. ia a under Seelioll 1HG the 1'ost Office Act which may liinoun: ic: 320.IH) for ei'.cll Icttiir ml- lawtullv curried. "It bir.' :.-il. lo Hie alien-1 lieu of Post Olfii'ii department j thill some bllsilH.SS firms desiring to nv.lil iiuyina lh" War Tax, 'ivhic'a be- came effective on April 15, proiiose mikim; aiTiinscini-nls Hi" delivery of atcoiinls, bills, circulars, etc.. tlirmiKh means ether than thi- Post Office, cdntrary to the I'oslal Act, anil .1 is hereby tlial. the rust Office deliarimeiil intenJs lo i'l- sist thai liio law F.liai'i be risidly liv- ed up lo, and will in no allow ihfse parlies lo avoid paying the one cent tax which baa been im- posed for war purposes. "All letters conveyed, receivcil. col- lected sent or delivered in contraven- tion of the Post Oflice Ael w.'.I be seized and necessary steps irenicilmle- Iv talicn for the prosecution of Ihe. of- fenders in all where the law- has been contravened." SUNDIAL NEWS llrs Cf. L. HackcH, who has heca seriously ill in the Medicine Hat hos- pital, is on liic way to recovery. Mr. llackett and two children were in Ihe Hat visiting her a week ago. Ucy, Thulium, Ihe Knndial mer- chant, was. in I.etbhridge Thursday celting a load of Most ol the farmers lieie arc busy destroying -weeds and getting Ihc land in L-ood shape ior the I'.lla crop. The bulk ol (he wheat crop is about nil sown at present. The services which have been held lit the Sundial sehoolhnuse have been changed to Hie Ellismerc school Messrs. Urucc and McMinn will con- duct the services as usual at 7.3D. On Sundays the meetings will be held at the home of II. Jordan at 1130 o'clock. Everybody welcome. llrs. W Connor, who has been un- well, is fully recovered. The last lin.uor license in West Dur- ham has been cut oil by the License Commissioners. UNEMPLOYED MARCH IN WiKNiPcC Winnipeg, Man.. Anrll ployed, nnmlierinp over lO.dun. inOEl'.v Rulhenlans mobilised in north rilleg and marched to the provincia Riiveiiunent buildings. The procession tnok over an hour to pass 11 Kiveu point. On beinK admitted to the pre- mier's office tile spokesman slated that IljOOfl men on'-.side. were stai.'- ina, and that something had to be done fc-r COFFEE not because it is Made in Canada, but because it is the equal oi coffee made in any country. Quality First! K. N. KiKinbolliam is in .receipt ol a Idler [rum .las. A .'.IcmUic. one of the I.rlliliriilso buys, iiov.- at-rvinn uith Canadian Kxpcdltioiiaiy iuKu ill rtuxt. IT; t'his lellcr he will have MTU by the pupois I hat we h.ive U'-u notion over u I'limlh miw poins inKi acvion "U tuc Our first lasts af action was liatlii'i dilim-nl from whal we had expected. lustrad of ijallouiiii; into piiMl-ioi; ll'lier skcltc.r miller a hail ;oi German bullets (as wi' hail ilrcam- icd iit we crawled in al a walk, in placed our Kims in lion, and wrnl l.i sleep. 1 guess Ihe jiri.s.nil oi the war is a style of wlivfnte unknown Hi history, Of coins'.', as our Irnileis hate told us, Ib'K is only on" phase uf Ihr war. We expect when Lord Kitchener has eni ail his army ready we will resume the old style ol warlnre, the Myle Mint we have been trained ior i-i' the I'.asl In II.c meantime we ci'c practically just holding out irouml and keeping Hie (iermaiis in- terested ami busy rebuilding their i ireiiches blown to pieces by out ar- 'lilleri. We have done pretty well. 1 i believe, since we have hcen in, and li.iir iufillltry has also been cnmpli- uier.teil on tlu-ir work. Allogelher, 1 think Ihe Canadians ate IhcnuchCi nell here, and mav make a glorious name lot themselves before 1 we are "I notice ia an lOngliali 1'apcr a report of the convalescence oi a Ma- nor "i a Canadian ill- fantry regiinrnl, after an operation for appendicitis. Is lie a brother of I yours, or ivlial 7 I suppose he' is some relation. He is reporlcd to have stayed in Ihe trenches though suiter- mis' from his trouble, and would not leave until lie was properly relieved. Thai is the spilil that wins all our Mr. and Mrs. James Grier. the old- timers of Maclcoil. can boast he are oeiiiK well looked ailer belter, I suppose, llian ever an D Defy Dyspepsia! Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia or Indigestion may be mentioned a heavy, culthip; pain soon after caling; a distended, lull feeling of the stomach and bowels; belching of wind and flatulence; a burins sensation m the stomach, indicates acidity beartliurn; palpltalion of the heart; oppression ol brcalhins; pain under the ribs and bhmildcr-bladci; headaclie through the temples and eyes; ness, coated tongue and constipation; sometimes nausea or vomiting. Abbev's Effervescent Salt is Ihe natural'spccinc Ior all these conditions. Being an antacid, it immediately re- lieves the acidilv of the stomach and Btons the fermentation. It stimulates the secretion and muscular action ol the stomach and bowels, and over- comes the constipation, its use is kept up the iiurmal action of all the organs of digestion is rc-cslab- lishcd. Sold everywhere at 25c. and COc. Sold by J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited NOT A ZEBRA BUT A DYED PONY I on.s beyin to .come in to be loaded i about 9 a.m. and by 11 a.m. the i streel lhal was crowded with horses j and wagons, forage supplies anil men, is almost deserted, and a Sunday reigns. The A. S. 0. arc cciiamly doing 'wonderful work here. "We arc cloying lovely weather here now, getting warmer every day.' Make Monday Ironing Day LET Sunlight Soap do your washing Mon- day morning and you call do the light ironing Monday afternoon. The ruh. rub, rub at the board has no place in die Sunlight with the hardest part of washing cut out you'll feel like making it a good day's work by doiug at least part of the ironing. Follow liic direcliom iiii.1 cut your work in half and remember [here's nothing iu Sunlight lo injure fine or dainty blind. A guuantcc backs this .lolcmcnL Sunlight Soap All grocers Ecll and recommend it A BAR By Telling HowLydia E.Pink. ham'sVegetableCompound Restored Her Health, Miami, had female trouble and weakness that annoyed me continually. 1 tried doctors and all kinds of medicine for several years but was not cured Son of Gmnum Pastor Honored of the graduating The report of the annual convoca- tion oi the 1'reshyterian Collcje, Montreal, .-Vpril 1" Lewis Mclunis, 11. L. veiSitv, and one u, but was not cured nt Q[ hon. untilltookLydmE. 'Tlam tllc scnito ot tllc college Pinkbom'a Vegeta- received the Robert J. ble Compound. 1 rjrysdale gold medal for the highest hope my testimonial aggreg-itu marks in church history, will help other suf- Hugh llackay scholarship of sixty fering women to rt0nars for general proficiency, Ihc try your wonderful principal Kneeland prize of twenty- mBilicino." Mra. (ivc dollars for proficiency ia elocu- tion, and the Judge Hutchinson prize oi tea dollars in hooks ior proficiency in ecclesiastical architecture. On the same occasion Mr. Mclnnis had IKe special honor of receiving from the ioini. iacnliy of Ihc four Leavet Son in Lethbridge Andrew MarBhall. aged 83 years, died in Cbnatham, Ont., recently, fol- lowing e.n Illness of about two weeks. The deceased was born In Sccf.and. His wife pre-edeceased him about one year ago. He IB survived by four daughters. Mrs. Jinn' Lusty of De- troit; Mrs. S. Hall. Chatham; Mrs. Bell'Wilson, Chatham; Mrs. Elleln Burritt of Et Thomas, and three sons, -Marshall, Chatham; William. ot Lethbridge, A-iln... nncl John of De- troit. Buys a Coupelet Lethbridec has made another re- cord Dr. Galbralth has purchased frcm the Ford garage of this city the first Fonl coupelet to be sold by a dealer in Alberta or Saskatchewan. Won't Place Insurance Some insurance companies are not- ifying local agents that they will not accept hotel Insurance until after the prohibition vote Sas been takeu in Alberta. Another Woman who has Fband Health InLyiliaE. PinUham's Vegetable Compound. Kansas. Some y A British officer's pon? permanganate of ipotafih to plan is toeing fatowcd with on the German East African reorder, dyed with render It indistinct on the horizon. The same ships on the occ.in 'Eirs Hum tin. u. colleges co-opcratmK with ego I suffered with terrible pains in my McGni Universiby their formal re- side which I thought were inflammation, commcllrtalion for the Travelling Fel- also with a bearing down pain, back- luu-shjp. This fellowship is awarded ill- srh? nnii I was at times awfully ner- tor in a special course o! me, voua' I took three bottles of Lydia E. and is a. substantial honor o! Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound and hundred dollars annually for am now enjoying good health. I will two years to enable the successlul ________j fn in studies SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE RECOGNIZED for years as the best fuel for kerosene tractors standard fuel oil of Western Canada. Ignites easily, free from carbon and sulphur. For gasoline tractors use PREMIER MOTOR GASOLINE None better made. Uniform- power per gallon. Bring your tank wagon to one of our distributing stations and buy direct. It will save you money. Brunch SUlioni Throiifheut Dominion. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited SIR, iAN -HAMILTON CHIEF IN EGYPT Londcu, April Cairo letter to the Times, describing the big camp of the Al'iics' expeditionary force for the Dardanelles, now at Alexandria, .re- veals incidentally the fact that Gen- eral Sir fan Hamilton is tile com- mandcr-in-chie[ of that expedition. During a review of the.forces, the let- ler says, Gcnc-ral D'Amade, command- er of the French section, referred to General Hamilton ns "my chief." be clad to recommend your medicine to to take post-graduate studies any woman auITcrins with female trou- in one ot the great universities ot the vnu mav uublisli this letter." .empire. K. NO. 3, BOI SO, Lindaborg, Kansas. uianum, Alberta. If you have the slightest doubt ______ tli.itlydiaE.IMnkham'sVegcta- bleCompoundwill to LydiaE.rinkhamMedicinoCo. (confidential) Tice. Your letter wUl bo opened, read nnd answered by .1 -woman, nnd held In strict conlldence. No Cutwormt H. G. Lons, formerly of The Herald, writing irom his farm at Flaley, states that 70 per cent, of the seeding is completed there, 'ivith no evidence whatever of the cutworm, and with plenty of moisture in the ground. NETJVE CHAPELLE IN FLAMES IMMEDIATELY AFTER ITS OCCU- PATION BY BKITISII TROOPS Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You-may liic best cool; in Ihe work! bill if Hit; leaven you use is poor you cannot get sulisfactory results. Always use Blue Ribbon Unking Powder, it makes the light- est and bust pastry.and cakes. Blue Hibboii, the standard of quality in Teas, Coffees, Baking Powder, Jelly Powders. Sauces and ;