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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mibe foot THE LETHPRIDGE DAtLY HERAlI) WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24- 1915 letbbribae Ibevalb ictbbritjge, Hlberta V DAILY AND WEEKLY. UBSCRIPTION RATES; Dally, delivered, per year..... $4.00 DftUyt by mail, per year...... ii.OO WeftWyort�d by RVftry Canadian who la not an opportunist. A CUP OF COFFEE may mean almost anything-Good, Bad or Indifferent. But a cup of SEAL BRAND COFFEE �, William Beach, pioneer broker and meinlber of the Winnipeg Grain E�-change, has predloteid that No. 2 Northern wheAt wiU sell at $1.50 or over n�xt faai i�t)Tlded farmers do not rush their grain to the market In too great a hurry. Fttrmere will do well to stud7 the market reports from now on and gorern themselves aocordlng-ly. People's Forum THAT OTTAWA DIET Editor, Herald: I read with interest the report of Mayor Hardie re the amount spent on a family of six In Ottawa, and the diet prescribed by Dr. Hobertscn consisting of "only the most concentrated nerve and tissue building food." Being only a working man and presently employed, I would like to say a little for the benefit of thos6 who may be less fortunate. The body metabolism does hot demand only the most concentrated nerve and tissue building foods, neither does the Ottawa prescription consist of the same. What nerve and tissue building food Is foiind in rice, white flour, bread, sugar, syrup, lard? Practically none; they all belong to the carbcnates or heat producers, which are as essentia) to the bodyas thes-nitrogenbus foods, and are the cheapest part of the diet. The nitrogenous foods are the dearest, and are found to excess In the Ottawa diet, and this may cause sickness with those disposed to liver and kidney troubles. Why.prescribe an excess of the dearest food and omit Nature's MEANSJUSTONE THINQ-the most delicious beverage ever poured into a coffee cup. CHASE li SANBOnN MONTREAL BRITISH TROOPS ABOUT TO LEAVE FOR THE EFON r T^iyalkitiiocrpecJfclori before ....   lec^ij^/ar fcbe from - A DetacUmeut of luoutloii TeiTitorials at Ep.som Downs after ilieiiig- Reviewed by Eord Kitchener Previous to Being- Sent to Franee. ANY DYSPEPTIC m WELL By Taking "Frult-a-tlves" Says Gapt. Swan Life is very ini.scroble to thoJe who BulTer with Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour Stoninch and Biliousness. This letter from Captain Swan (one of the be.tt known skippers on the Great I.tikes") tells how to get quick relief from Stonuich Troulile. I'oiiT HURWKt,!,, Ont. , May 8th, 1913. "A iiiiin has a poor chance of living and enjoying life when he cannot eat. Tliat wns wliat was wrong witli me. Los.s of appetite and indigestion waa brought on by Constipation. I have had trouble witli these diseases for ycHrs. I lost a great tlenl of flesh and suffered constdnlly. For the last couple of years, I h.ave taken "Frnit-a-tives" and liave been 30 pleased with tlic results that I have recommended Ihem on many occasions to friends and acquaintances. I nni sure that "Pruit-a-tivcs" have helped me greatly. By ioUowing the diet rules and taking " Pruil-a-lives" accordingto directions, nnv person with Dyspepsia will get benefit". jj g^^jj "I'niit.o-tives"are sold by all dealers at soc. a box 6 for $2.50, or trial size 250. or sent postpaid on receipt of price Truit-n-tives Limited, Ottawa. defter review^ tord Kitcl)ejiere>it^ou),DowM*> The Danish war insurance commis-�ion decided not to increase premiums on vessels until further notice. Devereaux, ot Saskatoon, one O't the best Ivnown police officers in Saskatchewan, has resigned. The Legislature of Nova Scotia was formally opened with the usual ceremonies'last Thursday. Fifty thousand dollars was set aside by the board of control for j the relief of distress among unemployed in Montreal. The A\Tiite restaurant of Monitor, was destroyed by'' fire Sunday, and the owner, Frank Thompson, so badly burned that he died in eight hours. Four young women graduates ot ths Washington College ol Law have just been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. The new canal connecting the river Rhine with the Weser river w^s reopened to small craft for e.xperimen-tal purposes. Postmaster H. C. Hinchey, of Broadview, Sask., was found dead in Canatliau Soliters in England Taking a Rest in t[ie Shadow of the Historic Druid Rviin.s at Stonhenge MILITANT SIJFF. AIDS COUNTRY INSTEAD OF FIGHTING IT green veg-etables, which supply the es-' the rear of the post office with a sentlal blood salts in Nature's organiz- bullet wound m his temple resultmg ed form. VVhy prescribe an abund- 'rom suicide. -ance of mineral matter to harden the I Mr.. J. H Gnsdale director of the arteries and increase thedangers of Dominion E.vpenmental Its resultant diseases: premature old age, etc., and exclude the eliminators? I hope these who prescribe the diet for Lethbridge will include a liberal supply of green vegetables so thai when the heat of the summer come* on the people will not be disposed to spontaneous ignition by all manner of febrile diseases. Yours for heaith, JOHN RAB, F.S.D., M.T.D. Lethbridge. After reading the following the Board of Trade will consider that It did a Jiobie deed when It changed the naine of the Belly River: The decision ot the Lethibrldge Board! of Trade to change the name of the Belly Hlyer will meet with approval, at itest ty the editor of this pai>er; Some eight years ago, when 'OW Man", Simpson started the .Leth-bridge Herali the. present editor of the Oranbrook Herald, then a common prlntar dra^ia^ a ssilaiTr of $24 per, bat BOW �n editor g:ettlngr a whole lot less, went to^lliieQibrtdge to help es-talbUah the.pJliHlt. '.On the flrst Sun; iay jU�ei^pjin, while yStroUln around tfie.theii? almost unknown burg, the print^C^ntuallys found hlmielf down ftt the'MT'ef. Seine anxious to learn fot^i^ing' of the j^lace, he asked a fpiing lidy, who was leading a little -KhUd br th-. However, the attack wore oft" �and allowed him to get out this week for coal, iie was fortunate in finding a deposit near home on the Paul K. Morelaud c'iaim in section 34, and Blccked.up with a thankful spirit. BIELOSIOK ' LOMZ\ " THE SITUATION IN POLAND The Germans have taken Ploclc from the Russians and are closing In on Warsaw from the northwest. They ( j| have cleared East Prussia of the In-vader and are pressing southward on Lomza and eastward from Lyck. WAR TRICK NOT BRITISH PLAN Denial of Statement Issued Recently From Berlin Washington, D.C., Feb. 24.-Sir Edward Grey has sent to the State department through the British Embassy liere, a statement characterizing as a falsehood a recent statement from Berlin attributing to the British the inten-tion to destroy an American ship in the naval war zone and charge it to a German submarine, with the expectation of precipitating a crisis between the United States and Germany. The Berlin statement received in the United States was cabled to London by the British Bmbascy. !s A Sure Siqn If )'our back aclies wHh a dull, sore pain-or if sharp, sliootiiig pains "almostdouble j'ouup"-orif you have to slop work sometimes and lie down to ease your back -then your Kidneys certainly are affected and you need GIN' PIU.S. Liniments and plasters won't cure the trouble-at best Ihey give only temporary relief because their medication never reaches way into Ihe Kidneys. But .'U ii:e Kiii is shown Mrs. t^arikliurst, the iii-jtish nulilant sull'raget in i Paris talking with one of the women street car conductors. Since the war j Mrs. Pankhurst has laid niside her animosity for the Government. For some time she has been in Paris working In the hospitals and othenvise aiding in relief work. Whei win Tea Save U you don't Save NOW? Though your salary or Income will no doubt increase, so will your expenses-and many find that the latter more than keep pace vlth the former. Now Is the time to start a Reserve Fund �^n4 the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada is'the piUce to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand now-you can open en tccount vlth any sum, down to one dollar-and draw hiterestoalt. SRA88V LAKE BW^NCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH � A. B. KINO, /cting Manager . G. R. TINNING. Manager his 14 year old trother was burglarizing the IVfedicine Hat Grovery company's warehouse. Judge Ousel cy, who acted a� arbiter in the case of the Rat Portage Lumber company, versus the City of Moose Jaw, in which the co-mpany claimed damages for the closing of s, portion of River street by the city at the time of the rebuilding of the Robin Hood Mills, has jivv>arded tho sum ot $12,000 to the company. Hon. C. J. Boherty introduced a bill into the house of commons to amend the co-mn.ons act. The proposed changes will make it possible ' for the government to introduce a general railway bill giving an extension of time of one year to complete all un-linished linet; Word has reached Edmonton of the tragic death of three young Americans who wcoit north into British Columbia on a prospecting expedition. Bodies of Waiter Sissons of Chicago, Frank Carlson of Illinois, and Richard Bennie of St. Louis, w�re found in the Fraser river, where it is thought that the unfortunate men were attsmpting a crossing and perished. CARRIE DAVIES The Bngllslv domestic, murderer of 0. A, Masaey, grandson ot the'founder of the Massey-Harrls Co., and prominent'Toronto society man, as sketched In the Toronto Police Court when she )vilSf|fimm.itted for trl^. go rijrlit to the Kidneys. A few hours after taking the first dose of Gin Pills, you see as well as feel, that Gin Pills have reached tlie Kidneys and have started in on their work of healing and curing the distress. Lower Sclm�, N.S. "I have used Gin Pills and they liare been a grcnt hleaninf; to me, ^ For a lortp time, I Kiificrcd from a Bad Pain In My BacJr. I could not liiOve without ^reat pain, l'"lnally I was confined to my bed. I tried never.nl doctorn but could find no rcliel. At lant I decided to pive GIN f'lLL.S a trial, llctore I dad li�ed ono b(�, I bfffan to feel better, atid by the timcl bad taken two boxen, I wai completely cured. 1 have never bad any trouble with my back since. I calmot say too mucrj in favor of tiiCHC ^-rcat pilla and would rocommond them to any one sunertnpr trom Kidney Trouble" ARNOLD McASKELL If you nre suffering with Pain in the Back, or any other Kidney or Bl.tilder Trouble, don't dose with this and (lose with that- don't waste money and keep on suffering. Get GIN PILL.StO-(l.iy-^at once-and begin to get belter. A short treutment with tliese woiiderful Kidney Pills will make you (eel like a now person. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50. Gin Pills are "Made in Canada". Sold in U.S. under the name "GINO". Pills. Xrinl treatment sent free if you write National Drug & Chemical Company of Canada, Tjimited, Toronto. 254 ;