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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AUEEKiHT THE HKHALn SATUUDAY, DECEMBEH 2, Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour has v.-on its way to the front Today it Is recognized His Mivjcsty the King and His Critical and Fastidious Highness, Public Opin- ion, as Canada's Best Flour Canadian High-grade the AYorld's Standard Whether used in the Palace 'King or th-3 farmhouse on the prairies, OGILVIE'S ALWAYS gives satisfaction HENRY MILLER, CATTLEMAN, TO HIS DAUGHTER t SWEDISH EMPLOYER BRINGS BACK HARPOON HEAD TO PROVE 'DISCOVERY New Bringing a Uilo of''a land where go.ld is mqro plentiful duin it Is In Alaska, Christin Lcdcn, a' young Swedish explorer, has returned to this city 'after years ripont In the Arctic, As evidence of the truth of his story he has a harpoon head hammered out of by natives te'ROYAL.HOUSEHOLD WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE: -J ULI glass of Salts if your Back hurts or Bladder bothers rheumatic twinges. The by ali men Between the ages of 16 loudy, full of sediment, the If you must have your meat every flay, eat it, but flush j-our kidneys with i salts occasionally, says a noted author- ity who tells us that irieat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes the kid- neys in their efforts to eipel it from They become sluggish and then you suffer with a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, is coated and when the weather Is bad you have urine gets cli channels often get sore and irritated; obliging you to seek relief two or- three times during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids, to cleanse the kidnsys and flush body's urinous four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy here; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water .breakfast, for. a. and your kidneys will then act fine.j This famous salts is made from the add of grapes and lemon juice, combined with Jithia, and has been used for genera- tions to flush, and stimulate the acids in urine, so it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weakness Jad Salts is-inexpenslve; cannot in- jure, and makes a delightful effervesr cent lithia-water drink. J. D. HJgin- Co., Druggists, Lett: bridge, Ottawa, Nov. is to be a national service week in Canada. The date will he announced shortly by R, B. 'Bennett, director of national ser- Tice. It will probably be the first week in January. Ono of the features of the week will 'be in the issuance of a card to every man in Canada. This card will have printed upon it a number of questions regarding national service and -must be filled in and returned TRIAL OF EX-MINISTERS Winnipeg, has been- decided that the case of the accused ex-ministers and that of Dr. R. JI. Simpson will 'be heard at a special asslzft to open about January 30 and 65. follows: i__What is your name? w old are you? do you live, of city, town, o post office, street, number? what country were you bora' i what country was your father Now York: Because he chose three years before his death to deed over "liis esuito to his daughter. Mrs. J. Leroy Nickel, of San Fran- cisco, Henry' Miller, who died on Oct. I'llh, la Oakland, Cal., has provided the Inheritance Tax Collector? of the Gol- dou Gate State with a perplexing prob- lem, i According to advices which have reached this city, tho officials de- clare that Miller, rated tho largest land owner iu the United States, and whose holdings would have permitted him to graze his cattle from the Mex- ican border to. the Canadian line, made the transfer" oC'property "in expecta- tion of death" and In order to check- mate the tax collectors. Out of the controversy has come the almost romantic story of the rise of a German butcher boy. working long hours in Washington Market, to the position of the most powerful cattle- man In the live beef magnate fi w t NetchmkSp nm. who ruled on the ranges and in nlK, H Stewardesses of His Ship stewardesses, who were serv- ing under Captain Fryatt on the Great Eastern Hallway steamer Brus jels when It was captured by the Ger mans, arrived at Gravesend, England recently. The last they aaw'of Capt was at Cologne. He was In good spirits, the, possibility of the length to which'his captors would go obviously being little dreamed of. 'They afe not going to shoot said a stewardess as they parted and the skipper's reply was, "Oh, no; we have done nothing. We shall be interned until after the war." Life, jn the German internment terrible for the women, sleep being almost impossible owing o the absence of the most elementary deas of cleanliness, and, but for kind udn at home, they snunt have starv- ed- TiiO journey from Zeebrugge to he iva? attended by less care than Is usually displayed In the trans- was incorporated, retaining large, interests in it, but becoming cnly semi-active in the direction of the ranches. The firm owned tracts in Arizona, Idaho, Montana; Washington California, and Oregon. So great the extent of the Miller, .holdings that, the cowboys used, to describe them thua: "Miller summers his cattle in Canada and winters them in Several celebrated characters of the west got their start on Miller ranch- es, among, them Denver Sherman, champion rider of bareback steers, and rated the second horseman of the world; and Butch MacNeil, who even now wanders from ranch to ranch in Montana with his; "chuck" wagon, and noted for his "doughgods" hot biscuits and his pies. GOOD FRIDAY A Pittfielu woman was bora on April 6, 1860. She hasn't, had a GooJ, Friday birthday since. A reader's records back to 1805 show that Good Friday has fallen on April 6 in only three years since then. The year's are. 1849, 1S5-1 and I860. firm belief in good and bad spirits. 'A; white man more of a bad spirit than a good one and this, time to come? The German people and revlve tlle allcient handicrafts of are under a harsh and tyrannic rule which has not only deceived and mis- and there are those who wish to pro- its crimes. Some day we hope, they will overthrow it, when they have have learnt the truth. To indulge revenge will be to sow the seeds of future wars. Nations can- not hate one another for ever, and tho of course, take all proper steps to defend ourselves in future from any dangers tlmt might arise if after the war the enemy countries were to resume an insidious hostility. That is at, pres- ent no more than a possibility wbioh may never arise. But the talk we now hear about old ,old how his the b00ner they CettSB SV ttam- w" place, which will ho self-supporting, is to be known as the American Ref- uge for Suffering Womanhood. "There are more than wo- men iu Poland iylio have borne chil- dren to she said. "I must help them. Tlioso girls have been tho victims of both the conquerlnK and the conquered armies and now mothers and babies are starving and the fathers have either been killed or have marched away for more fighting. "The husbands of our women have bssn forced to go to tho fighting fronts and the children born five and six years before the start of the war have died of starvation and ills brought on by desolation. They could not stand the struggle for existence. Please voice this appeal so the girls may be saved from deportation to for- eign countries as "white slaves." "Yes, that is exactly what I mean, they already .have started it. They have organized a syndicate and are HUTS' -Sumurig Soiilli AuiorJeai mostly to the Argentine." Better Molasses for Heine Cooking Molasses that pots the old-time Bmne-. rich- ness into Ginger- bread, Ginger Cookies. Drop Cake, Jndian Pudding, Brown Brrad, Baked starting, after peace has been arid Home. ed, a new war of trade to follow the war of arms has immense capacities of mischief. Such a trade war would embitter afresh hatreds that ought to be 'allowed- to die, and it assumes the con ti nth oso .very things from .which we expect our victory to deliver us once for all. To prolong hatreds would.Increase would com- pel" tne maintenance of enormous arm aments, would lead in time, to a re-( currence of those very calamities from, which suffering. Let us con- sult reason rather than passion. If sevens terms have to be imposed, let that be done only so far as is neces- sary- for securing -future .not in the vindictive spirit which, in per- petuating hatreds, would end by re- lighting, the flames of war. made Taffy. It's genuine British of the turns green in gingerbread because of tlie acids used ia preparing it. iff th: BACKACHE, LUMBAGO BHUUMATIO TBOUBLE9L Mr iedcn sa.d, him at aU times a sort of Jonah in the camp If the weather Is bad, if an. accident happens or if sickness is always the white-loan who is regard- ed as the cause. If he becomes very sick they are sure it is another; mani- festation of the of _the good spirit and so they 'never lack for, an excuse to abandon him. Tribes living within a few miles of each other he no words in common, but the roots of their words we're the same. Their common. blood is. also1 shown, by the struc- ture of their music" 'ana their manner of -delivery and is by means that he hopes to prove to the scien; tiflc world that the Eskimos are relat- ed by blood to the Indian and not to the Mongol. Although: he is only 35 years .old, He Is commissioned by the TJniver sity of Norway at Christiana, and he also collected for the Geological Surr vey Canada. Dear ifr. wish to state that I suffered greatly from lum- bago and rheumatic troubles. I Used R tie latest discovery of Doctor Pierce for backache and kidney troubles, I can [Cheerfully recbmmood II Ajiuric Tablets" to anyone suffering (rom any of these maladies. "THE, KIND GRANDMA USED'1 __ has the flavour that home cooking ought to have. It's pure and better than any molasses sold by the pint or absolutely.the best molasses packed for coqking. In Nog. 2, 3, 5 and 10 "lever-top cans, that every dealer should be to supply. Ask for it by name, Homemade Vinegar 4 making Jl in our JXtolasies Caolf 'Dozens of otficr. for Mmee Meal, Plum Pudding, Candies, etc. Wnle for a free. THE DOMINiON MOLASSES CO. LIMITED, HALIFAX, N. S. Packers of 2 "Gingerbread Brand' for cooking and the of them all. Yours truly, 1 GABBER, NOTE: It is asserted with con- fidence that these painful effects due to uric acid m tbo oystem are entireh eradi- cated A new r.medy, calbd has been discovered by Dr. Pierce, and Is the'causo of drainage outward of tho uric 'acid with which it c'omec..In contact within tho body. It will ward off back- ache, headache, and the darting and aches of articular or muscular rheuma- those diseases which are caused by too much unc acid, such as gout, asthma, sciatica, renal cal-Mln 'Aa- uric prolongs Hfe-because oU people usu- ally suffer from hardening and thickening of the walla of tho arteries, due to tho excess of uric acid in tho blood and tissues, Pierce, who Is and chief ANTS KILL BEES Dr. J. H. Gallen, of Oakland, who had two hlvos of bees, much alive, on his FruitVale. avenue prop- erty, is now occupied in .cleaning out two ot dead ones> victims of against a horde of marauding ants The evidence shows that the ants at- tacked in solid mass formation, car- rying the hees' first, second and third line of trenches and'then at- tacking the entrance to the hives; Buffalo, N. Y., has been testing this wonderful mpdiclne for the relief of over-worked an'd weakened kidneys The relief obtained by sufferers been so satisfactory that he deter- mined to place "Anuric" wltETcne prla- cipal .druggists In town where couldf get, this ready to-nae mcdiclno. not harmful or poisonous, but aids in throwing off thoai. poisons within the body which cause 90 much suffering, pain and misery Scien- tists assert this lemedy is 37 times more potent than Hthla. Send 10 cents for large trial package. building np a repntattpn 04. good as' Dr. well-known medicines which have been proved reli- able during nearly fifty years, such ax Doctor Pierce'a Favorite Prescription for the ills of women, Doctor Picrio'a Pieuanti Pellets, the liver regulator. Doctor Plorce'a- Golden -Medtaii Discovery for rod blond. OF PUBLIC Cast Your TE FOR J. Russell OLIVER THE INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Experience gained by 20 years Muni- cipal Engineering and administration ;