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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, AKJGUST Dangerous Condition Which Produce. Many Well Known HOWTOGMAGAINST THIS TROUBLE The hearing accorded Mr. Fisher in Mr. Uphill's own meeting was much more hearty than was given Mr. Up hll at any tiine while that gentleman was on bis feet. Then came a surprise to the Honor- in tin ary Colonel H. F. Green, M.r.. who j of ill Excellent for the Kidneys too ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT IS RELIABLE SOLVENT FOR URIC ACID If you nre taking Abbey's Effervescent alt for Constipation, Indigestion. Sick Saltf Dan im Stomach, Bilious Headaches, you will ines a man. It can scarcely be said that Air. Green made a speech at all. His ris- ing was the signal for the breaking oC la storm of protest. which continued. "FRUIT.A.-TIVES" The Wonderful with short periods of. comparative Medicine-will Protect You calr... thro.iBb.out the whole, time he to spook. Finding that the Autointoxication means self-poison- opposition to him was too great to be I worn out, he iinally sat down, to the find thai it is doing your Kidneys a world of good too. Doctors say that Abbey's Effervescent Sail is a valuable ai.l in treating Stone in the Kidneys or Itlaililer-m irritation of the Ttladder line to an excess of unc vyuiunti i-. ul in next called upon by the chair-1 that it is 1 acidity 01 the stoinacn aim in ( forms of Dyspepsia- in warm water every morning. Pale Bloodless People need lnjr, caused by continuous or partial constipation, or insufficient action of the bowels. Instead of the refuse matter passing daily from the body, it is absorbed by the blood. As aresult, the R'tdneys and Skin in their sfl'orts to rid ihe blood of this poisoning. Poisoning of the bloddin this way often causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Disturbed Stomach. It may pro- duce Headaches and Sleeplessness. may irritate ihe Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Gout, sad Rheumatic Pains. It is the chief cause of keeps the ivhoh by ihe constant absorp- tion into the blood of this refuse matter. will always cure Auto- intoxication or self-poisoning as Frult-a-tives acts gently on bowels, kidneys and fkin, strengthens the bowels andtones tip thenervous system. oOc. a bos, 6 for trial size, -5c. At' all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. DWEN SOUND TREASURER DEAD Vancouver. B. C., Aug. James Spencer, aged SI, for years city treasurer of Otreu Sound, Ont., died today. great satisfaction of all present. After Mr> Green save tip the fight for free speech, the chairman intro- duced Hon. -Mr. Bowser, who also met with a frosty reception from a large portion of the audience, and the frost seemed to grow colder as the premier advanced in his speech. It is needless to repeat his remarks. They may-be found almost in toto in any of the gov- ernment press reports of what he has been saying throughout the province. In answer to the specific statements and the Sgures given by Mr. Fisher, lie resorted to the weak and worn dodge of saving that he dirt not un- derstand Jlr. Fisher's figuring when he had shown that the Now Brunswick government had floated a loan for a million dollars through the same bond house as had placed the farm loan bonds of this province at a discount of over fifteen per cent, while the bonds of the little eastern province bad been floated at better than tar. He scored a point for Mr. Fisher when he attempted such a dodge. Though he had these matters squarely put to hira. the premier did not at- tempt to answer a single one of them, using evasive tactics to avoid any de- finite answers, to perfectly plain ques- tious based upon the records of his own government. It was plainly evident from start to finish that the larger portion of the big crowd were supporters of Fisher, Abbey's Vila Tablets. 50c. a box. A A day is drives ill health For Sale by all druggists. ami Iliat the meeting was against the premier and his aids. After Mr. sat down. Alder- man Jackson began a discussion from the floor and was called to the plat- forrr. where lie became engaged in a discussion with Mr. Uphill over local matters which grew rather boisterous and the audience voluntarily brought the meeting to 'a close by singing the' National Anthem. Sir. Bowser and party left this morn- ing for Craubrook where he speaks at 3 meeting in the interest of Thomas Cnven, the government candidate in that riding. Mr. Fisher will address the electors of Morrissey at the school house on Monday night. At Fort Steels Craubrook, li. C.. Aug. .10. Fort Sieele turned out en masse last even- ing to hear the vital issues of the cam- paign discussed by Premier Bowser and his supporters. A. B. Fenwlch was chairman. On the platform with the premier were FC F. Green, mem- ber for Kootenay in the federal house; Thos. Uphill. Conservative candidate in the Feruie riding; T. D. Caven, gov- ernment.ciliHlliluto I" Cranbrook. n Alex, Fisher, Uueral nomlnoo o( For- nic. A large number ot Conservatives gnth'M-ed from Kornle and Cranbrook in support of Mr. Uphill, while troiu Cranbrook a good sprinkling of. Uber- nls were noticed throughout the aiull- onco. Port Stcelo never boioro wit- nessed such an intorcstinB mecilng. A considerable amount of was In- fused into tho meeting when Premier Bowser and Alex. Fisher exchanged some sharp For a lime it was give and take, with' first tho premier scoring anil then the Liberal cnrrylns tho crowd. Taken as a whole, the meeting turned out to be a Liberal ral- ly, if applause could he taken as any criterion. To the man out for a night's fun. there were a thousand chuckles I to ihe minute after the. premier took tho floor. It was a good-natured audi- ence, and to use a Fort Steele expres- sion "it was a pippin" ot a meeting. T. D. Caven. Conservative candidate, was the first speaker called. Mr. Ca- ven congratulated the premier and his party on thoir safe arrival in East Kootenay. While Fort Steele was now I out of his jurisdiction, lie trusted tin people would Mr. Uphill. Hi: opponent, Dr. King, was a man o sterling character and a man highly thought of in the community. He had nothing but good words to say for Dr. King. Thos. Uphill. Conservative candi- date, s'poko next. Ho stated lie hall visited Steele more to get acquainted than to address the electors. Mr. Up- hill askcc! for the votes of workmen anil championed the cause as a leader of labor. He was heartily in favor of the workmen's Compensation Act and thought that every wage-earner should support it. He closed liis remarks by saying he would be able to form: a bet- ter opinion of-'4he premier after the meeting. Aiex. I. Fisher. Liberal, was allow- ed fifteen minutes to address the au- dience, lu that short space of time Mr. Fisher was not lost for words. He drove home argument after argu- ment to Premier Bowser and time and again brought down the house. R. F. Green, federal representative for East Kooteuay in the Dominion house, and formerly a member of the provincial also spoke. Mr] Green's" appearance-on the platform is not helping the Conservative cause, and he was frequently interrupted. "Bob" made no hones of it that he was With about sixty men on the strength the 7Sth Depot Battery fin- ,f ishes up the week within easy striking distance of half strength. The good of previous weeks has been sept up, about ten men reporting, and :he training squad is now fairly large. Rifle drill is being engaged in by the men who survived the vaccination pro- cess of the past couple of days. Two lew men were taken on yesterday, II. H. Watson and Wm. Taylor. The Kilties have signed on about one man a day during the week. Thos. H. .Cook, a Londoner, came in from Canlston yesterday morning, was sign- ed on and is in khaki in Sarcee camp lOday. Recruiting in other battalions, however, has been somewhat more slack than for some weeks past. The Studabaker Corporation Waltervffla The Plants at Walkerville-your guar- antee of QUALITY and Quick Service Studebaker ideals of quality and the GREAT Studebaker plants at are your guarantees of quality in Shidebaker 'cars. And especially, the Walkerville plants.Fortheyrepresentqne pf the most complete automobile manufactories that any country guarantee not only of quality but of Quiek Service. 'This new SERIES 17 Studebaker FOUR is the supreme effort of these great factories backed by all of Studebaker's resources. Dollar for dollar of the price, it gives more real, actual VALUE than any other. 4-cyhnde? car on the horse for SEVEN-112-inch x 4 of the finest front scores ofofher Studebaker refinements that set this naW. Studebaker in the very forefront of the market. No man can safely invest a dollar in a car until he knows what one of the industry's leaders, offers. And we urge every mania see SERIES 17 biggest value that is Made in Canada. Poor-Cylinder MoJe RMditer, 3-puMnfer 120O Ludm-RWiur, 3-jiuwM" 1SOO Six-Cylindtr IWfef THE STUDEBA KER GARAGE J.-T. GRAHAM, Prop. 322 6th St. S., LETHBRI0.6E r Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS KILL MORE FLIES OF ANY STICKY FLY Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- gists, Grocers and General iere in the interest of the Bowser gov- ernment. Premier Bowser Premier Bowaer, on being introduc- ed by the chairman, expressed sym- pathy .with the sufferers of the Michel disaster- lie also 1made reference to the passing of Hon. Edgar Dewdney, who caried out the early 'exploration work in the interior of British Colum- bia. The Dewdney trail is Known to every settler in East Kootenay. The premier stated he lived in Vancouver and knows coast conditions. He ad- that he.had a hard road to hoe in the approaching elec- tions. "I have to pull down 4000 of a majority, as MaeDonald won in a bye-election with that said the premier. As first minister of ihe government he felt that a changed policy was necessary, and he under- took to carry out that policy. "Not- withstanding the rebuffs mot with in .he bye-elections in Vancouver and itictoria I was .determined to carry that policy into effect. If you are not satisfied with -the policy I have adopt- ed, it is the duty of the electorate to retire me from office on the 14th day of said the premier, and :he audience applauded. The premier was here heckled by several of the audience. It was a trying time for the :irst minister of the crown, but he stood the teat well and told the crowd he was used to it by now. The climax came when Mr. Bowser was dealing with the number of soldiers sent out from this province. A man in the rear shouted, "You .had better join. We lon't want you here." The premier re- torted 'with, "That Is what I expect :rom whereupon some twen- .y in the audience rose up and demand- ed that the premier withdraw his state- ment, which he did and apologized tor making such a statement. The men took their seat and the merry meeting went on... The next scene was enacted when the premier and Alex Fisher went to-the: mat: Mr. Fisher asked the premier what dis- count the government had to allow pri the agricultural credits loan, asking if it was not a fact that 15 per cent was the amount? The premier referred to Mr. Fisher as a "dyspeptic Liber- il." Fisher's question, together with the constant heckling from the audi- ence, got the premier's goat and he waxed warm. He entered into a tir- ade against the Liberals, claiming all they could do was criticize him. Pre- mier Bowser said the cable from Sir .Richard BcBride to H. C'. Brewster stating that polling would take place in the old land on Thursday, August 4th was a mistake. This did not take very kindly with the audience, ;who murmured their disapproval of the pre- mier's utterance. The premier ;told; his audience, in dealing with the'quesUon of the life of parliameiit.'that'he'lhaa 34 members in the house- who were backing up his "bns.inesEr government; Again someone threw a monkey into the "machine" and said: "That's more than you'll have again." There was a bedlam and huln bub until ths premier close.d ;-nis re: marks. Three cheers for'the premier and the Conservative candidate were Jven. The Liberals likew.ise cheered their man to the echo. Which shall it be: Brewster and progress, or Bowser and stagnation? 'It's time for a change. Vote for King." Good Reception For King Cranbrook, B. C., August H.-r-Br. J. H. King, Liberal standard bearer, re- turned last night from a trip through the Waldo and Baynes Lake country, and everywhere he went he was met vith enthusiastic receptions. At Wal- do tho people turned out to groat the popular candidate, and while no meet- ings were hold, everywhere and on all sides Ihe feeling WHS for a change. At West Waldo a big majority will be rolled up for the Liberal candidate. At, Newgate the atmosphere was charg- ed with "give us a change ami a chance." Tho people of Newgate are long and very patient sufferers by the government road policy and they will welcome an administration which will improve the highways and thus help to make life bearable. The people along the territory visited are express- Ing a strong desire for good roads and they are now conv.incod that the only way they can get them is to turn the Bowser government out of power, and Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your How ia they Iiuvc decided to do. the ma- chine will-be ditched on September 14th. Havt you vmoked "Noblemen" Cigars lately? Home Industries" Y. Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE" (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON HIGGINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE. MIKE SALONIKI POOL ROOM NO. 6. There is Already a Big Demand for New Ford Prospective Purchasers Will be Wise to Book Their Orders Early--- The Ford Garage, 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633, Dodge Bros. Motor Car ft Speaks for Itself Be 'fiin You See Thii Car Before You Mike Your Final Choice, Price F- O- B- Ajjistiti for? PENNSYLVANIA.. VACUUM CUP -TIRES AUTO LIVERY with Dodge Car THE EASIEST RIDING CAR IN THE CITY FORD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, Phone 564 STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL Watejrtqn l-akes Roads a Billiard Table' Four Hours by Auto from Lethbridge to Hunter and Lee's Camp on the Bay New Government Turnpike River well 19 Our From Carditon by Way of Mountain View. 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