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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 15,1913 THE LETHBMI|g>OE DAILY HERALD Page 11 GITY CIRCULATION Of Leeiding Mentraal Dally EndersncGIN PiLI.9 IIVB long years of sitflering from Kidney Trouble-two boxes of GIN PILW - ftUd it's all gone, That bas been the eifperiettce of Mr. Eugene , Q�esnel,CW�City Circulation Agent 0f !,� P�trie, of Montreal. He des.cribea it feelingly : Montreal, � r May jrd, 1912 "I hftve beeji suffering frpm Kidney Trouble for over five long ye�r�. I had also Rbeumatiam in all my bonea and muscie*, cuuld Uui sleep iiijjhU- and on some occasionis could hardly,walk, I had been treated by sonje of our best Physicians but tvitUout relief aiid I lost over ,fifte�tt t)elr ability to acodmpUsh things. May this he oniy the beglnriing; ot a b^'lHaat career in connection with the school lives of the pupils of Westminster and Qalbraith sohobls; - WHO IS JAMES HUNTLY7 MAY EM 0 Made Tea on Sunday, Reboiled It on Monday, Then Dried the Leaves (Continued from front ^lago) Cardston Stake of L. D. S. Meeting Today and Sunday "A Busy Town Cardston, Alta., Feb. 14.-Dr. J. E. Amos resumed bis work at Raymond and Ma.srath tWs week, going to the former place on Wcdatbday and to Magrath on Thursday. Two runaways in two days created considerable interest for those who saw them this week. On Tuesday ujght the team hitched to the butcher sleigh got away, and made a bad spill at the Mercantile corner. One ot the boy� in the vehicle- was badly shaken up. Next day a singte horse Jiitched to a buggy made a wlJd dash from the west part of town, but broke away from the rig withovit breaking anything. The annual meeting ot the members and adherents of T)he Presbyterian church will be held in the church on Friday night, Feb. 21, at 8 o'clock. Reports will be presented from all the organizations at work, and the elec tion ot new managers will take place. The question of moving the building from its present site will probably be discussed as well as other matters affecting the life ot the church. The adult Bible class of the Presbyterian church met in a devotional meeting in the church, on Tuesday night of this week. President H. Mcintosh presided and a goodly number of the niem'bers � . . The ciioir, under the directicin of ,Mr. _ Layne, , is preparing , special music, and many special numbers hy individual members will also be given. Reports will be pre.sented by the Bishopfi of the different wa^rds. It is hoped that':, spr"3 ; announcement win be made regarding the location of the Temple.to be ewted jtt Canada for the use of the'Mormons' ;Df this Dominion. Nothing was said at the meeting,of the Taylot stake held at Rayonoftd last week, and for that reason it.Is believed there, may be here. MAKING IT EXPLIPIT ^ .London, r^eib. 'l^.-r-The Paris cdrres-piindent of the Morning Chroiitoie re-Dbfts that James Huntly, land age-nt. of ::wtnnlpeg, eflcouiitered a well-spoken' stranger,- there, who Induced him to dinc with him, when Hun'tjy was roljbed of f200, and hi's luggage tiok-etB. ' Winnipeg directory gives no such same. �London, Feb. 13?-Jlen. W.% Fielding t^kes flxc^ptibnS -tp ith^* Paljy Telegraph's remark that "he does not deny being'in lumns, During iny visit I have had th.e pleasure of meeting miany members, both of ithe houses of parllameiHrlindvoJ aU .�sMdes of political opinion; In no case have I volunteered interviews on the Can-adlau navy, question." AT ONCE! CLOGGED^NOBTBILS OPEN, HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH Breathe Freolyl Cl��rf Huitpil.upl .....loie andH ' " " PlUPhHi-fle. nframed. Nqie and ^"'(�^"Ji^lfj^ji Oatarrbsl Headachf; _ Try "CTy's'vqream Balm." ^ ^ ^ a(�t a' Bni�Jl! bo.uie anyway, Just to p�n�tt'at�i) and heals tb* inflamed swollen >n�mbrane �wbloh Itnw th no?9, head.ana throat! lOtaarsthfl. air p&�9e��4: �top� n�Aty diecharse? and a feeJInar ot cjeanslnjr, SpptWnst ra-lim oonfts immefllftteiy. ,,;, Ooii^t lag awake tonJigjif BtrusrgUp.g head stuffftd; nostrils try : It-.rappl3i5',a JitUfl Jn the nostrils and' Instantly/'fyoUiH olo^ced' noae. and stopoed-up' atp paBsares of the head orv� wm, ,w�i.n ii. 0 iuhmimb,;.""oo, iwui �will open; 5^8\i ,-^11 "breathe .freely; mucouAVdroppin^ Info tMe*JhroBt,^na dullness and'hiaaaohe drsaupeah By raws dryness- Is drBtrosrilngly but truly morr.lnsft the oatarrh, ooia-!n..hoad or oloaed,. hawking.and blowiiiK. Catarrh'. or':a cold, with It's runnljjff* nose, foul catarrhal apre throat will be sone. jBnd'SuchraSaerynowl Get the small vbottjB of ''ElylaOroam Balm" at lany (IruK store. This sweet; fragrant .balm: dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; needless. Put your faith-Just .o.nce-in "Ely.'s Cream Balm" and you�. cold or catarrh wW-surely dtsapnw?-., . ' Limited. 1= vlck'fl tent bad collapsed, in a terrific gale on the 19th, three of the poles breaking and .the tent blowing to ribbons. After lying under the ruins all day Ijevick'a party made their way to Campbell's camp, about a mile away. Arriving there in a frost bitten and exhausted condition they wer-s ' revived wltli lioosh and slept that night two lu a sleeping bag-, a mdst uncomfortably experience. Poop Game Supply By the time winter had set in, in spite of killing everything seen, only 16 seals and 80 edible penguins had been secured. The rations which had previously consisted ot two pannic-kliii, of i,dal ;iou!iU ai-i oiw jl,-3,;;i'. jrer man per day, had to be cut down to half that amount and not having any �< the food had always to be cooked in salt water. Sea weed some times used as a ration, but members, of the party could never get used to this. One lucky find was 3C flsh in the stomach of a seal which, fried in blubber, proved excellent. Until the middle of .Tuly, when three more seals were captured, the par.ty was always hungry. For cooking and lighting purposes a blubber stove and lamp- were constriicted, the fuel for the stovfl being old seal bones anri blubber. Lamps were simply old tins filled with melted blubber with rope yarns foi- -wicks. On two occasions in blizzards the ventilation got blocked with snow and the party were almost asphyxiated. Thc lamps and stove refused to burn until a passage Was dug out. Of luxuries there was enough sugar to give �ach man 12 lumps every Sunday and one stick of chocolate every Saturday. Half a pannickin of tea was served on .Sunday, the tea leaves being reboiled for Monday, a�i then kept for ismoking, the tobacco having run out. One half pannickin of cocoa was 8ei'y*:d on the remaining Ave nights ot th� week. Recreations con-sleted mainly of lectures and the reading aloud o-E our two books, "David Copperfleld" and "The life of Stevenson." Concerts were given every Saturday night, the Swedish exercises were compulsory during the latter part of th� winter. 'Divine service was held every Bun-day evening. The party suffered acutely from enteritis. Browning was yery ill the^ whole Winter, but this never affected hils spirit, and to his gr^at credit, was cheery and willing through it all. Thc condition pf the party's clothes and footgear caused a lot of frost bites, but luckily none were serious,: - Ate Raw/ Meat With the retui'n of ttie sun enough sea^ -k'ere procured to return to full rations of meat and blubber, saving enough for sledding purposes, Sufllclent oil had been saved to cook breakfast'and supper, hut for luncOieon the party had to be content with raw seal and penguin. , A start,:was made for'Cape-'Bvans on Sept. 30. .ProgreBs was slow be-oausc � the whole party were 'we'ak, Browning In particular being ,tpt> w.eak to pull. Terranova, Bay remained open and tile party were consequently oompelled to cross the rough ice or^^i .the dry galski barrier, the tongue a ably descpibed, by Prof. David iJJi Shackleton's "Heart of the Ant^fc-tic." During this part of the journey: Campbell's party experienced cold blizzards with drifts and on two occasions nearly came to grief over ic9 cliffs., : - ' � They suocessfiilly negotiated ithe dry-galskl barrier by the evening of October 10, thus taking' ten dayS to make this passage. During that time an enormous firevaSBo had -to be crossed by a isnow bridge which measured onc hundred and seventy-five paces. Went. Campbell found the dry-galskl cut by barrancas but most of the crevasses were well bridged. Descending on to the sea, loe, the party encountered bad scre"^ pack, the; pressure ridges at Wmetjitieliig so bad that a road Siad ta-'b^ cut through theux with loe axes. The next barrier across tlielr track was the Nordenskleld Olacler Tongue, JJo crevasses were found on this and the passage proved quite easy; but returning to the sea ice screw paick was again found. Campbell exainln-�ed the coast/very closely for 8lgiiS''ot' Prof. David's depots. He firfe.t exam" ined "Tripp Island, wh-ere a geological collection was obtained, and then pro. ceedcd to Depot Island, which is not shown on the Admiralty chart. Here Prof, David's depot of geological eper-i] cimens and letter* were found and taken along. Generally better surfaces were met with a-tter leaving Depot Island, but Browning had,to be carried on the sledgc when thc loe was smooth, his condition being critical. � -. i ,.�.','' southern party' j|� 8pit|$'of this collectionis were made., Fosslf' plants and coal'' were brought back; being collected-from almost the; same place as was the coal discover-' ed by Shackleton. Tho plant impres-; alons are very well preserved in sand-!; "Ffuil-a-Hves" Cured Her Kidneys Mias MAQOte JANNACK Mountain, Oht., Dec. i4tU. 1910' "I desire-to let the world know the great debt I owe "Fruit-a-tives" which saved my life when I had given up hope of ever being well again. For six years, I suffered from dreadful Kidney Disease. My legs and lower part of my body were fearfully swollen. The pain in my side and legs would be so bad that I would faint with tlie agony. Five different doctors attended me and all said it was Kidney Disease and gave me no hope of getting well. A kind neighbor visited me and mentioned the case of Mrs. Fenwick who had been cured of a sickness like mine. I took "Frutt-a-tives" and in a short time, I began to feel better-the swelling went down - the pains -trere easier-and soon I was well, I have gained over 30 pounds since taking "Fruit-a-tives"-and my friends look upon my recovery as a trdracle." , (Miss) MAGGIE JANNACK. "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at 50c a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c.- or sent" on receipt of privx by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Lisfluss, Backward Gliildren' Made Bright and Aotiva ^.Dr.�flrs3'sSB!!iaBRo5l Pills Many a growing boy or girl it let down M constim-: tionally slow, stupid or lazy when it 0 really a quesdoh of inactive bowelj, lazy liver or iluggi�h kidneys. The growing-child, witii a hearty,'; appetite, certainly i/ cannot long remain healthy and teighl if the sewm of the; body, the boweli , and the kidneys, are choked up with-impuritiea that ^'-HTs^^w^'" 'liou'S te thrown oir prompdy. The muddy complexion, dragging, limbs and diilike for mental or physical effort ahow plainly that tlie child needs Dr. Morte't Indian Root Pill* to itir the liver and Wdneys and regulate the* "bbwcli. Dr. Mme's Mian Riat PiJfi. do thio matter what tixe disease, no matter how long they may have suffered, no matter how blue and discouraged-rthat-my -treatmeut really and actually does accomplish the wonderful results that have been reported.' ' People who aaB^r fljom lUisumatlam; ; Kidney Trouble, St/omaoh Trouble* o lilver or Bowel IXlMwders, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma/: Ohroalo Coiiglis; i Weak Lungs, Lumbjlkgo, Piles, Urimexi},:i Disorders, Female Weaknesses of any^^f'' kind, the weak, woj'n out broken-down* and despondent wfli be deMghted atif: the effect of a fe-w doses. ,Thls woit-" derful (treatment c^feates a fine appet-.' -ite and helps thc digestive organs to* v,; carry on their functions How long aWlicted? Make a cross (jqj^before dlsetiSBB you have. Two eroVs'es; (XX) pe-' fore one from ,-sai4ob you suffer',mo�t. �.Rheumatism-. .Lumbago ..Catarrh ..Constipation ..Piles ..Diarrhoea ,- -..Torpid Liver -, ..Stomach TrodbT,e . .Indigestion ..Kidney Troublei ..Weak Lungs ,'� ; -. .Bladder Trouble ..Chronic Cough. ..Malaria ..Asthma ..H�y Fever . .H6ant'Trouble ..Poor CirculHtion . .Female i.tyeakness ...Womb Trouble � ..Cvarlan Trouble t.iP^lnful Periods' '.^.-Ho^iElaehes p Give any. other syniptbm^ ..Leu,, . .Bc^i^a;-; ..Neuralgia m 541 10 B8D ;