Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBR1DCE DAILY HERALD PAGESETfN SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed in ono and two pound only. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. I8C GOiNGIJE LAKES There will toe 'doing all the time at Y.M.C.A. camp the sldo of'watertou Lakei. It will be great Juu to live IB the gloilous open air, fragrant 'with the emell of pine, fir and fun.to swim and (lib, and hike It over the bills, It will be (uu to sit around tbe camp-fire and BPin yarns, Or watclx 'in silence the glowing emberSj while listening to some uplifting 'and character-forming ta'lk the Thus la obtained the, real, purpose of camping something to 'do, aomething to think something t6 enjoy in the woods'arid with a view always to AE 'will be seen by the -list- of boys going, it is -going to be a good camp this which is of a. pioneer char- acter. This is a new country we win explore, -and1 it is expected that an ideal site for a permanent, cainp will i be discovered It be a good thing for any of the following boys to say I that they were one of the first to lo- cate the new "Y" camp Gordon Morrison, .Herbert :McClen- "BILLY" IVES' GOOD-BYE TO OLD FRIENDS A LEGAL OPINION L. M. Jehnstone was called upon as one of Mr closest In legal affairs, to express timents'on behalf ol the PROGRESS L GENERAL J. Aug. most fr" term88P wVth Mr Ive, in 15. An official :-au- ..day, says the major .in command oi forte surround- on ing Liege, contradicts the rumors tliey had surrendered. The bat- tle is declared to be still going on. Tna official announcement adds that the conduct and courage oi the- sol- diers and inhabitants of Liege have of tie OwrmaiMittacMng column rc- ttred'Wr'roagres.'-. been sent out reported ,to be '.princes. GERMANY _L London, Aug. The German Em- pcrorls war is described by a refuges' Just escaped. from Oermany. The twin i> inteiidod for the use which had lnvad.6d.upper Alsace, were defeated yesterday by German troops The, is somewhat mutilated by jioor transmission, indi- cated that French-- entrenchments were taken at the point of the bay- onet. CANADA Ottawa, Ont., Aug. wire- nf! is, displayed, and he was certain his success on had always been been as they realize that Fiance has replied to the appeal for onuug w -and "consists, council and] rector JL official note, complain of the terrible sleeping saloon to which L of tha cll boxes for his majesty s aml it is nlil Te twn neio or e use )ess h fi becn of the. Emperor, and. Ins war staff m Ulis ,or i0mo good his bond, no matter how small the occa- sion might have been, which is the most thai an; one could say of a man's integrity, and he knew him to tho judicial temperament, an- other'qualifica'tion for the bench. JUDGE IVES UESPONDS Judge Ives was visibly touched by all the good things that had been consisted ol one sausage and two tegspoonfuls of peas otbr car. The train' carries .expert telegraphers and is preceded, and followed by armored trains. Ainong. the equipment is a small simple tent which is to be pitched on said, of him, ami. ded -in .the more than a half million ibushels of wheat and other foodstuffs. They are tlie American liners Ilaverfoi'd tor e lifo of his troops. New York', :Aug. of the North German Lloyd liner Kron Prinz jou will feel that it is stiU "Billy" said he, "and refrain from considering me in the- icy waters of judicial aloofness. "It is exceedingly pleasant to. hear the complimentary remarks of our Besides the wheat the ships have in Wilhelm' which, like the German crui- sers, has 'become somewhat of a phan- torn of the sea since she slipped out tahles and large consignments thoes and medical supplies. aglmn, William Marshall, Donald Mar- we are alue I am glad shall, Alfrcl Kane. George thai i am Sidney Short, Herbert Adams, J cime to continued Jus n T n.rr- Rhhmt straker tlce ITCS- fourteen jears ago, and George' D of this city did not then, OFFICIAL OPENING OP PANAMA CANAL Panama, Aug Canal Zone Celebrated today the opening of the Canal. .The'festivlties, but local and suggested little of the Intera'atlomd significance of the ev ent. With the official Panama celebra tton set for next spring, the United Steles not officially represented etcept by the men who havo long in the canal zone The steamship Ancon, owned by the United States war department and leased to the Panama Rallioad for sen ice in the New York Colon trade, was chosenjis the first big boat to bo put through, signalizing the opening of the cans' to all ships up to 000 tons -register. Johnson, B 8. Jackson, E Roberts, J Thompson, Hugh Mcllvena, Artliur Russell. James Maxwell, rMUton- Wm; McGuife, Austin-: Skietti; i Terrance ;Horne, Nor man Higinbotham, Harold Krltiwirer There will he room for a few more and those intending to go should hand in their names at the YMCA office today. The advance partv, Including R T Garr.. J. 'S. -Harris, George, MoKiHop, George Larker, James Thompson, auJi first-ciafis' who: has been en- gaged from the Dallas Hotel, will leave on Monday morning for Pincher Creek, and auto (o the Lakes Arrli ing at the Lakes the party will set up city on Tuesday morning, arriving at the Lakes for supper the daily be as fol- IWB; 6.30, up. exercises; morning plunge 7 00, Breakfast 7 30, To Cure Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises Persons suffering from catarrhal be-gtad to know that this distressing affliction can be successfully treated at by an internal medicine that in many instances has effected a tare after all else has failed Suffer- ers could scarcelj hear a watUi tick Lave had their hearing restored to such an orient that tlie tick of a -natch was plajnly audible seven or eight inches away from, either ear. Therefore, it you know someone who is troubled with head noises or catarrh, or catarrhal deafness, cutout this formula anil hand to thorn and you will have been the means of sav- ing some poor sufferer perhaps from total deafness The prescription can be prepared at home and made as follows, Secure from your druggist 1 oz Parmint (Double about 75o worth Take this home, and add to it W pint of hot water and 4 oz of nioht or granulated sugar stir until dissolved Take jne tablespoonful four times a day The hrst doso jiromptl> ends the most dlutressisg head noises, dull ness, cloudy thinking, etc, while tho hearing rapidly returns as the sjstem is inyigoratod by the tonic action of the trcatpient., LOBS of smell and mu- cus, dropping in the back of the throat are .other symptoms that show the presence of catarrhal poison, and which.are quickly'overcome by this efficacious treatment. Nearly ninety per cent. o.t'..all. ear troubles are di- rectly, caused [by catarrh; therefore, tliere are but few people whose hear- ing cannot be restored by this simple home treatment. Every person who is troubled, with head noises, catarrh- al deafness, or catarrh, in any form should give this prescription a trial. There is nothing better. Parmint al- ways specify that you'want Double Strength; your druggist has it or he can get It for you; If not, send 75c to tho International Laboratories, 74 St, Antoine St., Montreal, make a specialty of it P. Q., who Skin Without Wrinkles Now Easy to Have There's no' excuse for any woman having now. It has been found that a simple'mixture of saxo- lite and witch hazel has a remarkable action upon the deepest'wrinkles, no matter what.-their nature, whether caused -by worry, bab'ltiial frowning, a 'dcbiliated condition or the. ravages of'-.Father Time. This harmless rem- edy, which anyone'can .easily make arid use at botli as an as- tringent and a tonic. The combined 'effect of tightsriins the. skin and heightening Its vitality is to immed- iately effect every line and wrinkle, keeping the cuticle smooth and firm youth. The proportions are dunce sa lite to one-half pint witch hazel, ingredients which are found in drug atoro. The solution should wohised as a wish lotion. It is eqnal- Ineffective iii disposing of flabWncjss nf cheek and nock, as well as sagging below the eyes. particularly occur to me, until about -urht ago ThfB I came to a tnat my dut, to do all I'could along the best lines to advance the interests' of the city and I did it My faith has steadily grown since that toe, no rea- son iiuw to lose any particle oi that faith We are today matching the greatest war the world has prot'ction of British warships on the Brussels lia London, Aug. ID. It officially announced this after- noon that the sit uat.on rcma.ns sat- "factory and that noth ng has hap, f h sergeant -who escaped demoralization among the German A German officer and eight soluieis committed suicide by e. of New York harbor' more than ten Of days ago, was forought to port today by the- steamer- Axtec from Norfolk. The, Aztec's, skipper.reported that on 10 he sighted a four- funnel steamer, which' hs believed was the seen. The There can he but one outcome Einpire will have greater throwing themselves into the Meuie. River strength, "loser relationships, and it will sound the death ctprv- where, of little politics. All -this will, be done, by courage. 1 "We have .for the. past "year been fighting in a war oi economic condi- tions, the grip of which we.are FRANCE BruEsols, Aug 15 Paris. According to the latest advices in the Belqian capital, barely 500 Gor- men soldiers escaped unhurt out oi camp, and have a big meal ready for lng very kecnly today This should or :agcd in the battle camp, an av lng Tey ecn o Ihe mam party wh.ch will the bring about as a Insult concentralort Haeltn Man, of the fled guns of action on our part, the elimination German artUery were lost m the lhc tanaffled exercises, group 8.10, Opea period. 10.00, of the weakling, the the kicker, and with the "ourage which 11 lam sure we this communitv should come back -to' that condition of advantage, prosperity and progress to ths best we have yet ex- perienced. We must get together and lhc He did hot give her posi- tion. -The last heard-.of the-Wilhelm was that Bhe-was sighted when coal- ing the German criijser southwest of Bermudivoh Aiiguat'Gth. The coaling "wmsihterrupted -by the British cruiser Bristol, which fought an effective loug range duel with the German .cruiser. London; are 'indi- catidns of an intention "on the part of the German trboite to envelop the extreme left'of 'the allied ac- cording to a. statement issued hyttiie official press ;bure'au here this after- New despatch from German official sources in Ber- lin 'was received Here today via Say- ville, wireless; as follows: "The army corps and an army division from Belfort, several more charges today. Some pf the plants have been intercepting messagts and a.complaint was made to the. Ottawa police, by Capt. T, G. K-ilburn, of the government wireless system, who accompanied. Inspector McLaughlin on his mission yesterday No charges will be laid against the operators of the it not being discovered that they have been used for illegal purposes, although it is stated by the police that important government information has been in- tercepted by sonic of the stations in -the city. Tho apparatus is confiscated. Saskatoon, Aug. notifi- cation has been-received by: Bunn, a Saskatoon-mechanical expert .who has had aa Aeroplane in this city for the last two complete but ;for the engine, from- Premier Borden himself that an engine -was oh way -and- that Bunn' was- to hold him- self in, readiness to orders from the militia v department of .the Dominion government. Some eighteen months ago Bunn bought his aeroplane which IB a Cur- tis military type biplane frqm the Military Aero Company of Ixmtsville, Ky., and although it is packed in see tions at the present time he has had it erected several times. When hostilities were first 'declared' Bunn offered his services and -that of his ship to government provid- ed that he was t'urnished with, an en- gine. 'Ho received today stating that the' engine, was being shipped by express. A. 'second, wire received a few hbursMa'ter ordered him to keep all his secret and to practice flights. assiduously. Local Battery Boys classes. Games 1130, Swim 1210, Dinner keep together Get behind the board 100 p m Tent Inspection 115, Meet- of trade and the eity commissioners ing .of council 2 30, Sports. 4 00, i Let your criticism be kindly, and do CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE RUSSIANS ANNIH- ILATE TWO AUST- RIAN REGIMENTS Swim 600, Supper 645, Games 9 00, Camp fire 10 00, Lights out On the davs that hikes have been planned the parties will leave camp after Bible study Games will be plaj- sd after supper One of the big things of the camp is the Victors' which be on Saturday and Sunday, Aug ust 22-23. Special arrangements. will be made for the visitors from Pincher Creek to the Lakes The campers.will assemble at the YMCA. ljuilding on Monday night at 10 00 o'clock, and Will sleep in tho bdilding in readiness for aniearly start on the following morning Every camper must leaie his bundle at the night. War Flashes Germans, it ap- pears, are hanging instead ot shoov ing civilians accused oi firing on them, spying on, them, or for other offences against their drastic mili- tary code A fugitive Irom Olons sa) s that he saw ttree Belgians hanging on the branch oi a tree despatch from Athens says that King Constance at the suggestion of the Premier and Minis- ter of War, E. Venizclos, has called a conference of all former premiers and party-leaders to determine the attitude of Greece in the face of Turkey's purchase ot the cruisers Gocben and..Bfeslan from Germany. cashier oi a I-iego who 'arrived here on a bicycle to obtain- funds, reports that tho Germans tsoiitinuc their preparations for in the event oi the Ilol- gian troops taking the 'offensive. at lilcgc, he 'said, was that the.Germans were preparing to leave that vicinity, as tlie construc- tion of pontoon' niidges over tlie lieuso is'under'way. Tho cashier hail little difficulty in getting out oi Liege. Washington .rr Captains -oi finance ami industry 'conferred' today with President Secretary JTc- A'doo on measures to uphold' the com- merce and credit.pf the..United States dele- gation by Pierpont Morgan, James Spey- cr and figures. St. ties -F. Lewis was the inquiry of a ,mbst .linusuali; He is chai'g- ciT with 'dissemlnatiiig'false informa- tion regarding' .tbe ttidvements ol the enemy In-time ot is.alleged to havo told ..the battery, as-they were embarking' for Partridge Island, "look there-ore a'-couple of German cruiserss outside." Col. Arm- Strong, in coniihan'd oi-.the men, re- ported fcho matter to and E. T. C. Knpwlcs.. K.O., is investi- gating it ]Royal Commis- sion. Lewis-Is the captain ot 'the government dredge Fielding j thing on the baSjS of true busi- ness" principle. We have authorized "Few, except those .who are eperi- tho expenditures, which seem to op-'cncefl in can .know or show Jiave the go.ods with. ;vvhat. difficulties', are victories 'to shovf for and we must and won." will pay the bills. Another Berlin paper declares that ambassadors sending .dispatches in cipher GERMANS .BEATEN "II the liar will discourage.all liti-'oreat Britain is paralyzing diplomatic gallon where: the only result '.will bo relations by preventing the American sacrifice, we will rapitlly came to the time when debtors will she on their feet, and creditors-, will be Paid The best practise will be cbhat vthich has in it charity In closing Justice referred very gratefully to the present occasion and especially wished to thank his old friend "Billy" Buchanan for hJS srnus anrt kimllv fvnrfssions Haaselt, lost heaillv Tney tried to resume the attack on the Belgians southern flank, and a German cavalry division charged. Tils-operation was In the evening.a column of German mfantrj moved in the direc- Paris, Aug 14, offi- cial statement issued tonight, says: "The German troops, who were beat- en yesterday at Diest and retreated on erous and kindly expressions "He is political, opponent' whom I hare fought bitterly and who has. fought me in the. same, way, but the fight has beoir hunest His words will spur me to better fill the position to" which I have been called With, three lustv choars for the new Justice, anil the singing of "God Save-the the gathering dis- persed. j tion of Vise occurred hut a new engagement ALGERINE AT ESQUIMALT Vancouver, B.C., Aug. Bri- tish sloop-of-war, Algerine, which had an exciting trip' up the California coast, dodging: the cruiser L-eipzIg, is now safe In Esquimau har- bor. were received here for the first Hussars of On- tario, a cavalry regiment to prepare to proceed north Tuesday to ;Val Cartier, HEALTHY HAIR-NO MORE DANDRUFF Parisian Sage Makes Dryr Unattract- ive Hair Soft, Fluffy, Abundant and Radiant With Life. It's entirely' needless to have unr sightly, matted, scraggy.or fadedhair. A little care 1a all that is needed to make It soft, pretty, perfectly healthy; and free from dandruff, the hair de- stroyer. Use Parisian supplies hair needs and is absolutely It cleanses tho scalp of all .dandruff, quickly stops Itching hend and falling hair, and is one' of the best tonics to stimulate the hair and make it grow long and. (beautiful .Parisian Sage is a tea-colored liuuiO., delicately aticky or comes in a fifty cent bottle at all drug and toilet counters. Always sold on money back it not satisfactory plan. Get a 'bottle a little on a sponge or cloth and rub lightly over tlie hair, taking a .miall strand at a .It into tKs Presto! the dandruff disappears, your head feels fine, the hair Is ;pretty and per- fectly healthy. Try Parisian Sage now. U will not only savo your hair and-make it grow, but give it that Incomparable gloss and beauty you desire. "The towns near Saale are now en- tirely, occupied by French troops, which yesterday took the neighboring plateau. The French artillery attack- ed, the Germans' rear, and its! fire greatly helped our infantry, which hatf a few wounded, hut none killed. "We. found .heaps of abandoned equipment, showing the flight'of tbe Germans was precipitated." HEAVY FIGHTING ALONG DANUBE London, Aug. 15, 6.05 dis- patch to the Reuter Telegraph Co., trim'Nish, Seryia, says that after in j cessant bombardment along the entire frontier line of 'tha-rlvera Save and Danube, the AuBtrlans have succeeded in forcing an entry into Sahac, on the Save, thirty-seven miles west of Bel- grade, and iuto Losnitza, on the River Drinn. The Auslrlans renewed their attempt to cross the Danube at Bel- grade and other points, but' were re- pulsed. RUSSIA APPEALS FOR LOYALTY OF POLES 'London, Aug. 15, S dispatch to Reiiter's Telegraph Co., from St. Petersburg, says that Grand Duko Nicholas, commamler-in-chief of the Russian army lias addressed a mani- festo to Poland, appealing for the loy- alty of the Poles, and promising them autonomy In return. The manifesto reads. "The hour has sounded when the sacred dream of your fathers may be realized. A hundred and fifty years ngo the living body of Poland was torn to pieces, but she survived, and sl'e lived in hone that for the Polish people would come an hour of regen- eration and reconciliation with Russia i ".The Russian army: brings you. the solemn news, of -this' reconciliation, which effaces the frontier serving the Polish people, who act conjunctly un- der the sceptre of Hie Czar of Russia. -Under-this sceptre will be born again, fiee In her religion, 'icr language and autonmy "Russia nxp'ecfe from you only the loyalty to which history has bo'und you.. With the open heart and a bro- therlv hand, extended, great Russia comes to meet you. She oellaves that the sword which struck her enemies at Grenwald is.aot yet rusted1. from the shores of the Pac- ific Ocean to Sett, marches In arms. .The dawn of a new life eom- raences this glorious dawn it seen the sign of the symbol of suffering and the resurrec- tion, of a people." GERMAN CHANOBItLOR'---'-- ON "THICK London, Aug. 15, 3.05 Mar- coni wireless dispatch from .official source's at Berlin, dated Friday, gives an interview 'with the Germa'n linper- ill Chancellor, Dr. Von. Bethmann- Hollwelg, .who; reporting the war aa a life 'and, death struggle between the Germans and Russians, .arising-from the assassination Fer- dinand and his wife, declares that Elngland avails herself of a long-await- I opportunity to begin a war for the destruction of commercially prosper- ous Geriaany. "It'.ls with a .heavy said the Chancellor, "that we see ISngland ranged ainong our opponents, notwlth-" standing the close ties of time and of blood and culture between England aiid Germany. "The former placed herself on the side, of 'Russia, whose insatiability and barbaric insolence helped this war in order to humiliate and -sup- press the German- race by Russian pan-Slavism. "We .expect that the sense of .Justice of the American peo- ple, will enable them to comprehend our situation. We invite their opin- ion as to the one-sided English repre- sentations, and ask them to examine our poiiit of, view in an unprejudiced way. "The sympathy of the American na- tion will then, lie with German culture and civilization, which is fightiiig ag- ainst a half-Asiatic: and slightly cul- tured barbarism." GERMANY IS NOT, IMPRISONING RUSSIANS Copenhagen, Aug.-15, via London.- Russjan refugees from' Germany deny a -report that Germany Is imprisoning Russians -because threat alleged to have been mads'by the Emperor of Russia, to send all Germans in Russia to Siberia. BELGIAN WARNING TO HER CITIZENS Brussels, Aug. 15, via the newspapers print in large type on their'front pages a "warning enjoining them to keep their doors and windows closed, and in .the event: that a hamlet is occupied by German troop's to evacuate it in order to give the Germans uo opportunity of Regularity ei UK bowels an absolute oeces- lity for good health Unless the fcaste matter from the food which collects there is got nd of at least once a day, it decays and poisons the whole body, causing biliouinets, indi- gestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives Irritate the delicate Urine of tie koweb. Dr Morse's Root the bowdreftectively without Indian Root Pills accusing non-combatants of firing.- on, hem. ITJSSIA ISSUES MP-ERIAL UKA8B London, Aug 15, 120 Ben er dispatch from St Petersburg gives an Imperial ukase, which has Just issued, and which owing: 1. .The. suspension pf_all rights ant1 privileges which subjects of hostiie states, now enjoy by virtue of past :featies. 2. The arrest- as 'prisoners of Ivar of all subjects of hostile -states -who are n the active military services or in he reserve 3. The granting to the. authorities of :he right to expel: such aliens; or to ransport them., to other parfa of'Rus- -1 4. The confiscation of, vessels be- onging to Jiostile. which might serve for military, purposes. 5. The authorization to, subjects of neutral states to .continue business in Russia. 6'. The observance .'on the', condition ot reciprocity, of the following agree- ments regarding war: The Naval De- claration of which is. .dated 1856; tho Declaration, of mrg, which prohibits the use of ex- plosive- the declarations vhich were signed at the first Hague conference, concerning asphyxiating jases explosive bullets, the con- vention of Geneva, which concerns conditions for territorial warfare and the treaties signed at the second Hague conference. GERMANS -.CHECKED IN UPPER ALSjCE London, Aug. 15 p m Brit- ish official press: bureau in its "com- munication toda> sat s The German offensive movement is for the moment arrested in upper Al- ;ace, and' there that the French have 'made progress on that side. FRENCH COMMAND VALLEY OF BRUCHB London, Aug 15 15 am. A despatch to the Heuter Telegram Co from Paris dated last midnight, says that an official" communication, an- nounces that French troops' occupy Saale Pass, which commands .the val- ley of the Bruche. 'The French' ar- tillery took the German position in rear the communication says, "greatly facilitated our task Our infantry had a number wounded hut none SERVIANS ARE HOLDING THEIR OWN London, Auj, 15 50 am correspondent of the Exchange Tele graph company, at 'Nish, describe the fighting on the Danube, says -ths made a concentrat- ed attack: -ehtire.Servian frontier, but were repulsed will heavy casualties. BELGIAN STrlATEOlC POSITION EXCELLENT Brussels, Aug Paris, Aug Belgian general staff'stati that up to 5 o'clock this afternoon there nan Deen -no engagement nea Dicst. The number-- of Germans i Lihiberg province is Declared to hav been exaggerated, and tho Bclgia military situation Is described as ex ccllent, but for strategic reasons tn 'general staff says they will'issue, nc more bulletins, FLY.PAS, Every ten cent packet will kill tnoreflies than S8.00wbrth of any sticky fly killer. Refuie which are moil [Tumatufactory. HOMESTEADERS PROTECTED May Leave Farms During-Harvests ing Season Without Fear Here is good news .-for home- steaders. It is contained, in- der from Ottawa to Dominion Lands agents: "I bag eo inform you that it lias i been decided to extendkprotectiony durine the ine .season, to all who may apply for in such operations. however, include the perfected proxy homesteads; Entrants may apply pai-tment direct, or throui agent'tor the district, tor, .mission." CONTINUED FROMFRONtjFAOB will, according to experts, :tcdfflpar.9 avorab-ly both In equipment (and [ectivraKSs with the BrftlihiorKrencb. artillery guni are all modern and the gunners well Tha men representing the 25th, will ba attached to tie 3rd Canadian Tjri- gade, which consists of ihe 4th Bat- tery, Hamilton, 7th St. latharines, Oth Battery, London, and the 14th Battery, Oobourg. One of -the British in. the city stated this mommg that 15 re- sen ists would leave the city tonight on the midnight train, and that they rad received their papers Major St-T.'art has no. cbanrmat en: of this. A reservist from Great Falls arriv- ed in the city iastf night, and upon nterviewing Major Stewart, was told he had no instructions. The major immediately wired for :hem, but up to the time of press ho had received nothing; GERMANS DIEST: RUMOR DENIED Brussels, via London, .Aug. Belgian Minister of War toMr official. y denied the rumer that _tha Gen mans had occupied, of Diest, to the Louvala. IRVINE OPERATOR Medicine Hat, Alta., Aug. liam Ir- vine, has left for Halifax, to becomq operator on the Niobe. Thick, Fine and Red. Agony of ItclH ing and Burning Frightful. One Cake of Cutlcura Soap and Box of Cuticura Ointment Cured, tower OmJoirj N. first' thought my cbild'fl trouble was bis The whole body wu a solid rash and at the arm pita fcnd elbows aad thlcha the skin came off Ifhek.liUeaKaldcd. It wu nry thick One radh. red: IQ color and Itcby ind burning. Tbo BlUn Jest wiped off raw-sore with little spoclu df jrellow mate Tho Bkln ba ovary.flogcr split dc" ou cacitsldo and looked ilkoarufllo. nis tow yellow plmplci and the bottom 8f his feet did thesamo and lio wpuW say he could not wane, that thero nerb plxs fitickihg In his feet. "The mgony of itching and burning WM somo0ing frightful. If ho cot a ch4nco ha would tfco skin right off and Eika a sore, blit to preToot that 1 mada fob -him' out oF Every- night froio twelve o'cloclt until tbrao Iff tho morning he would hava to bo taken up but'of and rocked, bis sufforhns were so bad. "With DO pormsuenl euro Ic sight I gut the'Outlcura Soap and Ointment. Tho first night tho child slept the whole night through, the nnt Bight for four I am thankful to cure was complete and J tot m cake of CutteuraSoapand ono bor of Outlcura iOlntment.'' (Signed) Mrs. Samuel Higgles, Mar Outlcura Soap and Ointment sold every- where. For liberal free sanplo of each, with 32-p rand posward to Potu-r Cbem. Ootp., Dept.' p, Botoji, U. S. A.