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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i'AGE EIGHT THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 191 We Don t Know Who Holds Up the Price of Meat, but We Hold Up the Quality to the top it costs you no more, often less. OTJR HOME MADE SAUSAGE- Is .alone in its class. Westminster Meat Market THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1055 A SUBSTITUTE FOR BL.OOD An artificial fluid that may ho intro- ducer, into the veins instead of real blood in transfusion operations has been Invented by Dr. James J. Hogan San Francisco. Says Arthur L. Dahl Writing in fate Illustrated World (Chi- 'cago. "All doctors know that the most se- rious mischief done by a hemorrhage is not in the great loss of red corpus- cles, or in the loss of chemical con; stitueuts found in tho blood, but in a diminution in the volume of the blood. A saving of life is rendered possible only by raising the blood pressure. This has been done either by trans- fusion of blood or by the use ot salt substitutes. The dangers incident to transfusion of whole blood have led medical men to depend more and more on salt solutions various kinds. But though salt solutions work excellently they do so for a very limited time. This is because a. salt solution floes not remain in the blood vessels'; the "free" water it contains percolates through the veins and escapes through the kidneys or is absorbed by the tis- sues. Accordingly a really effective blood substitute must be a liquid that approximates blood qualities and con- tains no free water. Working along this line Dr. Hogan experimented with a' gelatin solution and produced a new 'blood substitute that possessed the de- sired qualities. Whan introduced into the blood vessels it will remain there as long as necessary and as nature manufactures new blood it slowly dis- appears. In the hundreds of cases where the Hogan solution has been used no injurious effect has resulted. The solution consists of purest tin combined with sodium chloride and distilled water. The resultant liquid solidifies and is placed in glass tubes until needed. In order to prepare tho transfusion mixture for immediate uso tho flask of golatlu is warmed un- til it-molts when it Is added to 1000 cubic centimeters of 0.9 per cent sod- ium chlorldo anil 2 grams ot sodium carbonate crystals, all warmed to holly temperature. .Dr. Hogan weut abroad at his own expense when he received a direct Invitation from the German government to try his method. He not only demonstrated his new discov- ery in the hospitals of Germany and England but taught the military snr- geons of those countries how to pre- pare it. He received no royalties or other remuneration for his work." NATURAL GAS NEAR LONDON, ONTARIO London, Out., Aug. F. Saul, of London Junction, announced here Wednesday that he had struck a heavy flow of natural gas in a 100- foot well on his land just cast of i-on- don city limits. This is the first na- tural gas well to he struck in London's immediate vicinity. Saul Is planning to furnish heat and light. 'Packer of x WILSON'S FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE FLIES 1 OF ANY -.STICKY FLY CATCHER.' THE GROCERS WHO ARE ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE Always ready to serve as best thej; know how. Always selling the BEST QUAL- ITY GROCERIES at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. Always giving a prompt, efficient delivery service that is bound to please every housewife. That's the trying to pleioe in every way. 'Give us a TRIAL ORDER. It will. make you a regular customer of RASPBERRIES .2 for RASPBERRIES. Per case lowest market prices. PLUMS. Burbank's and Silver, per cass 1 PLUMS. BurbanS's and Silver, per basket.. PEACHES. -1 A A each.................. >P 1 V BABY SWEATERS. In white or navy. Button at neck. Finest of A A wool. 1 to 4 yrs. sizes, each v vv FLANNELETTE NIGHTGOWNS. For ladies. AVIiite saxony flannelette. Reg- ular Sizes. Dollar Day dj-1 A A Specials ...................ipl.UU .COMaiNAJJpNS.. For women, dize 36-38 only. Our regular 75 cent A A ity. Oh Saturday, two for.. ipl.Uu LADIES' VESTS. Low neck with shorL sleeves. Medium weight for PA fall. jUC Worth of Cut Glass Given Free WE GIVE YOU A CO.UPON WITH YOUR FIRST PURCHASE, AND AFTER THAT PUNCH OUT THE AIHOUNT'OF. EACH PURCHASE. WHEN THE TOTAL EQUALS THE MONEY MENTIONED BE- LOW. THE ARTICLE OPPOSITE THAT SUM IS YOURS ABSOLUTELY FREE. ...............Cut Glass Tumbler 4.00 ...............Cut Glass Fruit Dish 5.00 ...............Cut Glass Shocbcrt 5.00 Cut Glass Custard 7.00 -----.-----......Cut Glass Crearp Jug 7.00 Cut Glass Sugar Jar 15.00 10 inch Berry Bowl 20.00 .......'....I.'.' 2-quart Water Pitcher 25.00 Large Water Bottle is'not necessary to purchase all of the above amounts at any one time. You have all Aug- ust and September to fill up your coupon. Other Dollar Day Specials WHITE SHEETS, 72 by 90 inches, il.avy weight cotton. Only a dozen A A left. Each WHITE QUILTS. A limited quantity whito honey com i) quilts. AA be on sale datunluy for TURKISH TOWELING. Suitable for rol- ler towels. On sale Saturday, only. 9 yards for MEN'S OVERALLS. Pant style, no bibs. Plain-blue or grey." 10 dozen fc-l A A ill all sizes. Tomorrow, each MEPHT WHITE NIGHTGOWNS.1 Made from twill sheeting. Art Tomorrow only............ 1 Vv MEN'S SOCKS. Seamless black', cotton. Half dozen, pairs for MANY OTHER DOLLAR BARGAINS, ALL OVER the STORE FOR SATURDAY RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY.STORE (From the Victoria-B.C. Times.) "The record of the Conservative ad- ministration in this province Will stand the severest criticism from the stand- 'point of business government The establishment of puttie credit must always be the. firat care administration and in making this the foundation stone of its policy, the Conservative administration exhibited great business The above is a sample ot the- campaign matter which is going the rounds of tbe government press. It in- vites comment more for what it in- dicates than-for its absurd claims. It reflects a hopeless inability to credit the public with the possession of or- dinary intelligence, the capacity for understanding what is taking place.or of learning anything from its own ex- perience. It shows that its authors learned nothing from the recent bye- elections; they still think the., most arrant nonsense will be eagerly ac- cepted at its face value. Their point of view may he summed up this way: Any old thing will go just as in Sir Richard's time. The bye-elections were mere accidents. Even Mackenzie Mann's pledges, rehashed, will be con- vincing. Bowersism, public credit, great bus- iness a grotesque com- bination! How it must impress the thousands of victims of the Domin- ion Trust conspiracy! How the rev- elations' of the dual relation- ship of Mr. Bowser, chief officer of this province and solicitor of the company, the utter failure to enforce the regulations governing the opera1 tion of trust companies, and the no- torious unconstitutional drag-net bill must have exalted our credit in the eyes of the investors the United Kingdom who, Great business Mackenzie Mann and Pacific Great Eastern! Here another combination. That province has been burdened with a li- ability of on account of these two railway systems, a liability twice as great as that assumed by any other province in Canada. And neither Is completed or near comple- tion. We are paying the interest bill of one, and according to the Finance Minister of Canada, raiifet pay the in- terest charges of the other, both, run- ning into millions. More than that, we are assuming the entire construc- tion cost of the P. G. E., although the ownership will ibe vested in the pro- moters. Great business sagacity? Nearly were paid to the company in defiance of the law and. Mr. Bowser, premier and attorney- general, tlia supposedly zealous guard- ian, of the public interest, is the com- pany's solicitor. "Public credit." "Great business sagacity." government is spend- ing two dollars for every dollar of revenue it receives, the deficit bring- ing .the total discrepancy between in- coibe and outgo in ttve or six some wiping out our cred- it balance of and inci'eas- ing the public debt to something like in that abort period. And this is war. time. What would be- come of the credit andvrepiUatlprrfor of 'a: merchant who business that ;way? Is'that .how Mr. Bowser, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Campbell and" the otLers con- duct their own private business af- fairs? Not by a long shot. They only do this in dealing with the credit and funds of other people. "Great business "Let the speculator have his urged Mr. Bowser, attorney-general' and also solicitor for some of the speculators. of land near the rail- roatie are held by speculators who are trying to exploit admitted Sir Richard McDrlde in the legislature two years ago. The province {showed many'millions on account,