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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, THE DAILY IIKUALD PAGE SEVEN Mo Reason to Doubt Now Ihe Accuracy of the German Report I-'eb. Is -LO leason to douut the substanlial ami out- torpejo from a British destroyer, i Her 1 art c as tie via itddlt'il ami htr :utL' was pm oul ot ucltun. rroiv Ihe turret ami magarlae was kilkU n'lcti the extepUcm o( tlirco or tour iiiea, Tho ship was beached lu a sinking condition, but ivas afterw-Ttl aiivl repaired. iShe Buttered very heavy cuauaHiea. Grosser Kurtuerst, dam- by a. torpedo ai.U [our IUMVV Her wore damaged. Uaubshlp Markiraf, badly OiJ. If.-rpfdo having struck her irv.OrjtMp OMerl-u-f, '-It a tKM. rover wMc1! k.n 3 11 ;m-l about a i, lastly ofttt ITS ni Ihc Hall lee hip OjUricshnd, atruclc a mine which tore a largo hoia la side. She was assisted lulu 1'Urt. by salvaging aUfhlly dam- ol the Oermgn olllrlal m-count of I siiUniws and Injured In a col. llu- losses suHcred If tLc (Jernun wllkh whcn 3he (he JutlanJ naval Lalllfl. May M th torpcdoeii uierain. Neuter's. Tbu Uerman figures damaged reoair A Olliww. killed or KilKliijm..wound- leMl hl from Brl olhtf hHled or inl-e- flre whlph dld Hrloua d -Rml lug, wounded. ,wa, lorptdMd on (llc 6Tenlns arter Ofiiclal details of climate dyne to Individual vessels follow: UalUoslifp Koeclfj struck about 15 duiva by the head until her fore- Tho tlie battle. 8bn was abandoned next aud sunk by two (lerraau OPS. Her cuualtlca variously given Battle cruiser Uerfflin U'BfUAR. naiioual assembly open- ed today's Eesalon under ibo disheart- 11URKP1IO (ADVKRTISKMEXT) (CONTINUKll KIIOM V'KO.vf "l-AUKl AMERICA'S GREATEST SUCCESS WILL BE INTRODUCED HERE enlng Influence of the -Munich luurU-jpose llie iucrease. Mr. and a sudden change fur tlio worse In the strike situation la tbo Ituhr industrial region. The news of the killing of Premier Klsiu-r, ol Ravarli. and the probable aasassina- tlon ot Aucr. the minister of Ihe Interior, and other ministers was on llie bulletin boards in the lobby of I ho theatre where the assembly just before the session opened. President Fihrenliac-k at onco gave i he floor to Chancellor KehlexlPmaoa, who In an address of deep feeling. presldeitl ot Ihe Dominion Ex Mr. Ilurr and otSjer ollifiaLi Dominion Lalt of Ihe increase. Mr. Slu-iJh vautod lHe frot slalemcyls of the Pnmijii'.u their earnings and l L'n, vice of tho Oil 1M- 1 aJ- rasn could not tpll if the jUiUfiPd ;tmi ttlDUglll I ST. KILDA NEWS crew of the fore ward torpedo I tuhe wat Imprisoned unlfl tlie ship was placed ID dry dock on Juno 5. Four fires were itarled on the chip and Admiral Henhnko vvae wounded la the head. The casualties were: Cruiser SeydllU. hit by 2S shells and HI EVERYWHERE Praise E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound as the Greatest Remedy for Woman's lilt. New Haven, For two I suffered with a female weakness, ptuns hi tny back and painful periods, and I WAS so weak anil tired that I waa not able lo do my work, A friend told rnctouseLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it gave me great relief. My puma left me and I am now nble to do my work and feeJ fine. You can pub- lish my testimonial and if your Vcgeteble TcmpounJ dees others es much good us it has me I will be very much pleased." :-Mrs, CJUHLES E. MORGAN, 37 Sea Street, New Haven, Conn. The reason T.ydia E. Pinliham'a table Compound ia so successful is because it contains Uie curative, strengthening properties of good old fashioned rootg and herbs, which act directly on the female organism. There are women everywhere who so badly. in the comply-i ttou ot the cruiser lltndenburg. I MoHko, hit by three Urge ind vi as under repair uuLil j August. voti der Taneu, one turret completely put out of action, and an- other virtually useless, I.ijjJit Cruiser Killing, so badly dam-i ssod Ilia' she was scuttled to prevent tier fulling into the bauds of the HrJl- tsh. Light cruiser Host ok. niter being damage1! by gunfire, was blown up by her crew lo prevent her capture. Light cruiser Wiesbaden reduced tn a complete" wreck by gunfire and finally iorpedoed, Tliere was only one survivor ot her crew. Light cruiser Fraueiiltfic, set on (ire anil wrecked by gunfire and torpedoed and sunfc. Only eight men ol her crew survived. Five destroyers arc known to have lieen sunk, while others had to be lowed Intn port. A complete record ot the British forces engaged in Ihe battle shew dreadnoughts, S bailie cruisers. IS cruisers, IS light cruisers and 78 des- troyers. The German force included 21 battleships, 1G cruisers. 77 destroy- ers. It js clearly established, how- ever, that of Iho allIps which actually into action, ihe preponderance of forces was Held by the Germans. ST. KILDA, Feb. A. M. Gil- tuour, of ihis vicinity, Wed- nesday for nans unknown, um iiu is to land1 somewhere in Bonny Scotland There "wac a surprise party given In lionor of Mr. Gilmoiir last Monday night and a large crowd turneU out to say farewell to him. There were several songs aur.g during the evening uncl dancing progressed until six o'clock in the morning. There was a delicious supper serveil at twelve. Thn Miners Coulee Local U.F.A. No. iJ held llifir meeting in thw Grain and a large crowd gathered for the purpose of hearing the delegate. Mr. A. fptV.Jc. Jones hrss altcmleil convojitioji of the K. A. at Edmonton. AJta.. and il riiusi be said right here that -Jones is certain- ly a good man to send to a conven- s would readily yield to Lydia E. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound. Spch women should not pTe up intil they have given tha Tfonderfol ,-KKftnis a and for special advice rnte I.yclia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 yevi' ia at your service. FAILED TO AGREE NEW YORK, Feb. fives of (hp Building Trades Associatfoa and leaders of build- lug trades unions, directing a nation- wide strike of tlie. employees, faileJ to reach an agreement at a confer- ence calltu here toilaj' in an effort [to walkout, meet again on Monday'at the office of Sec- retary of War in Washington. Support for Premier Xonris m his effort to bring about a Tietter imfler- ilanding between labor and capital in Manitoba, ia pledged "in a resolution pastil hy the prairie province branch of tho Manufacturers' Association. Car Owners! i REMEMBER! Your Storage Battery has work to per- form, but cannot do it unless kept supplied with pure distilled water. Your battery is developing power equivalent to one or two horsepower, and you can- not expect this power out.of an empty battery, Have your ballery tested and filled with rtlstlltcil flatteries for all makes of cars. A Written Uuaranteo with each new Bveready Battery, IS months on starting, lighting Bnd Ignition, ,1 years on Ughtlnr. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Eveready Service Station J. D. THOMPSON PHONE 1986 711 3RD AVE. S. AUCTION SALE TOMORROW (TUESDAY) ON THE PREMISES, 281 7TH AVE, A. SOUTH AT TWO O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDItiGTON FAVOREO WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. W. H. PAWSON TO SELL AUCTION, A? ABOVE, THE SUPERIOR HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE AHD INCLUDING; ni.VhVa SU1TH Jn mfsufon oak, comprlsfncr round ex- tension laMo anil set bandaomn den set. comprising library -talile rsnil chairs (n fnmcd naft; dining cfiafra; grass chair; fill over lapsalry rocker; aanJtr.ry hall (abio; hall MIJ; and halt frcs; CflBVAF- MIRKOK; HA.VOSOMB KUMKH HKDKOOM SiriTK hed wllli coll ftprfnfi and ostCrmoor nttUrcas; tlresacr willi ostm Iftrgo mirror; and drenftlDK Ijot; hnok sliolvpa; sowing (fibto; nirmil TIIRB; trltintioil lied with KiirluR and O3TBUMOOTI MATTUB33; lirawers; Jcatlicr pillow; mirror; curtains; Ijaotts; splendid pas TJIHSC; collhPBtftr; IlHPIUOKRATOK; handsomd nXTURES; sundry of chlnft elisware; kilchcn sils. etc, PLEASE PROMPT CAtH and everybody plc-ascd H. a lay-, .so i.vcro i ay foul-' lioul'l Jiavo a fuller pub-'. lished. Mr. Shepherd faij u 2-11 per cent, hurcapo in the -.vest xsouM seriously afiet t thy price of fruit th? He also iiMH-aifl ihst a greater increase tn (ho iu the east llian In thy ttw mtes would be 20 per i-ent. higher ii: the which he thought dlsL-rinainynon. On Cream I Mr. Carlylo of llie Dairy Co. pbuwed that on o[ creaai las! year the local express. I'wler ifte nrw rates the company woitlii pay about i 43.500. This would au itureape tif 150 per cent !t> oipress, and would re-1 ;n 3.11 i'MTeas-? of i' I-- or '.i rtnls per pound on Imtter. The olil rate ou L a It) KflHoii can of from Alder-- sytle is 41 The ratu ia 51.03. On Jiiy.OuC worth rsf (iradwii thn Increase on exjircr-? a'.one wouW be 52.100, which would be ui- of ice cream to sisolr dtstani-es as (.'ranbrooh ami Kernio, ami ihv expre-j-i companies would lose thi? busmtiss Cost of Kruit X. B. Good was present to give fig- urea on thp spread in tho cost of fruit to the wholesaler anil to the i anil showed that all are met out ol 40 per cent., that is the ultimate consumer pays 40 per cam. more for with the speech which he delivered i the meeting. The entertainment in the MO school i his'TJuit'iKf the grower" gctTior U, the other night proved a success he thought was verv fair. every way ami everybody enjoyed Service themselves very much. There were I fho applfcallons for LeUer baskets sold at twelve o'clorh which trom four isne5 in lhe E0uth were in- Droueht Ibc sum of which It is understood lo 1-ocal U. F. A. of that tIJstricl. Warren C. Hoscoc and J. L. Nelson luero was no iu mw were visitors it the home of Julius! merchants along the line now Lut Facts About Tanlac Ten million sold in three At present rate cf sales grand total 'will reach bot- by end of present year. Large and modern lab orator- ice at Dayton, Ohio, occupy 000 square feel of floor space- Capacity of plant recently doubled to Ufce care of rapidly increasing business. Present ca- pacity 30.COO bottles daily, Branch plant recsntly estafa' llched in Canada, with a capacity of 3 COD bottles dally. Demand for preparation has .ill world's records ior same length cf time, and is con- increasing, PubPcly endorsed through ihf dal'y hy mtn of promin- ence throughout the United Stales and Camtla, including su- preme court judges, mayors, of leading cities, lawyers, doctors. bankers, stale and government officials i prominent educators and well-known ministers of the Gospel. Now cold from coast to co.nst and from Gulf to Great Lakes throughout the United States and Canada. Tanlac is purely vegetable and is ccmoosed of the moat benefic- ial roots and herbs to science. Formula complies with all national .ind state pure food health laws of United States and Canada. Absolute merit responsible'for unprecedented success. Tanlac, the Celebrated Medicine Which Has Been Accom- plishing Remarkable Results in the United States awl Canada, Will Now Be in Lethbridge and ThrMgk- out the Entire Sales Record of Ten Million Bottles Phenomenal and Unprecedented. Tanlac, the celebrated medicine which has accomplishing such remarkable results throughout United States and Canada, and been having a phenomenal salt in leading cities cf the Soulh, will now be sold in Lethbridge, tHe exclusive agency having been awarded to J. D. Higmbolham Co- The amazing success by this medlcitu In only three years' time is not only phenomenal, but unprecedented. The discovery of Tanlac, ths beginning of iis manufacture, the i ment of the large and modern laboratories at Dayton, Ohio, occupying mors I than feet of floor space, reads more like fiction than facts from day commercial history, TEN MILLION BOTTLES SOLD IN THREE YEARS Althouah pfaced on the market but little more than three years ago, over ten million bottles have been sold, and its sales record probably never betn equalled in the history of the drug trade in America, From coast to cosst r.rci frirn ths to the GCMI Lakes. Tanlat Id j known and honored. Millions have taken it and have pronounced it the" greatest medicine of time. No matter where you go throughohut the United I St.iles, whether East, West, North or South, Tar-lnc is a household word is now unquestionably the most widely talked of medicine In the world today. Briefly, this Is the record oT the truly marvelous medicine which will now be placed within the reach of every one. In only a few weeks' time it will be i placed on sale in practically every large city, town, village and hamlet, thrr.unhout the entire West. To use the words of L. T. Cooper, noted health expert and millionaire lanufacturer of Tanlac, there is only one explanation of the nation-wide pop-' clarity and record-breaking demand, and that is very simple. The inherent purity and wholesomeness of the medicine has ;i of" the people and made it a household word. That, and that alone, is the secret of the expansion of the Tanlac business. Mr. Cooper's unique theories of health and right living have altncted nil the country and have been the causs of considerable sctefv tillc discussion. U is conceded by all well-Informed perioni that he it a man cf exraorrfinary ability and wonderful insight into the fundamental of physical hygiene. This new preparation, which prc-mliei to mark a new era In medical science, was perfected only after of study and experi- menting ;p the Cooper laboratories. Iroduccd C. F. Jamie.son. Mr. i Cruikshanlis of Kctlaw was the ness for that line. He admitted Lbat j Enthusiastic Communications Receiv- there was no particular Forpfcist on Sunday. If is understood that August liil- borg had very good succcsa with his E ale last weefc a nd eve ry th in g BO] d good considering the dry years tiiat the farmers arc undergoing in this district. U ta understood that Mv. Hll- bcrs will continue his store business m SweetgrASR, Monl., and also live .here for a while. tcr May 1 they will lose by the present service owing to the inability to import Ho also mentioned the hardship under which tlie people along the line are living, and ihouglit (hat after the big profits tho railway com- pany made In 1'Jlo. 191C and 1917 they ought to share some of the hardships. NON-PARTISANS MEET AT CALGARY lo the ed from Dealers All Over America, The following are extracts frotn letters ami telegrams from prominent dealers oil over the United and Canada, telline in plain, coll figures of the remarkable growth and development of Tanfac throughout America. Memphis, Term., June 5. 191S. have handled the Tanlac ac- year nnd onr rales Sir Henrv Drayton snid that he morc sorrv that the best service could amounted to bottle, ho xiven by the railway companies but I April was our'twelfth month, and it was a matter of keeping them going 1 until things como hack to normal. Asialone- DRLO LO. for the mail service the railway com-j wilhthe U. P. A. in federal action; gn peal ol the War Times' Elation Act cnrrjc trahl a week ied an average ol more than of any proprietary wed jicine in the history of onr business. These were made with no cf- federal parliament; favoring the form- Foremost ing ot a council consisting of G. j, G. Robertson V. A's. trades unions and organked boards of tiudc and farmers, to decide on ah immigration policy and the treatment of aliens; Icmanding that the government fimi employment for all who desire wort by organising industry for seivice erancti complaint from any of our patrons representing the 5Ub-agencces. IT. K. A. along Ihe j Foremost branch rlalmeJ iliscrimina- 1 Bl'URI-OCK-XEAL. CO C. S. 31 and the freeing tho land held by ex- 1 shipped and Ihc farmt-rs paid three ploiters; that proviBion be to Dtfmlt all aliens who wish to retiun to their native land, and in the case Uioso who rpintifn, employment bs found for them, or, faillus this, Uicy he sent homti at the government's ex- pense. 50 JAIL TOLEDO, Ohio, Feb. than 50 persons arc In the Mnnroc county jail today charged with contempt o! court and violation of the Ileert amend ment following arrests by state' troops tion against the people along that line Vice President and General Manager by reason of Ihe !n 19U, ____ J01J and alone s, Joscphfune 20 i gjr; nole very high es- teem with which you are held by Job- bers ami Ihc drug trade generally throughout lhe United Slates anl ami feel certain that the ro- thure were bushels ol cents a bushel more freight than rtitl the Bow Island farmers living the same distance from Fort William. As for Iho line not raying, it was'tall druggists of Missouri, Illinois and because of this hack haul thut tat ton- j Kansas will welcome your taking ovor noge Is not available. The Deer Creek Calllc Co., tliree miles west and soulh of Foremost, drove their Ihis territory, which was formerly con- trolled Messrs, UaHey-Gaines. Tanlac with us has been a phenonv entile overland lo Allawan for ship-jenal seller, in fact the very best pro' raent lo save the backhaul, anil to j prieiary liavn over handled; It save the delays In switching and waft- Ing tor a train on tho Foremoat end of Iho line. Similarly another rancher 'drove his horses from Etzikom lo Seven Persons on the Crows N'cst line and saved MS on the shipment besides tonight at the Jllchtgan'Ohio border, i much delay. It Is the same thing all Three thousand quarts of whiskey i the'line. At. HXzjlcom on otio have been seized and arc heing lielil j occasion passengers travelling in the Monroe county jail as evidence, j distances drove overland to Lelhbrirtgo Fivo gunmen in a large touring car j arid purchased over worth of tried to drive stalo troops from three j tickets. So that the present tonnage touring cara containing whiskey j and passenger traffic is not a fair com- which was being taken 10 tho county i parison. jail, but were unsuccessful. WHEAT GUARANTEE WASHINGTON., Feb. wheat guarantee bill giving the presi- dent authority to appoint necessary agencies tor purchasing 1919 wheat at the suaranteed prlc6 ot a bush- el and disposing of it at tho pricu determined by the law of supply and demand, >vas taken up today by tha house with an agreement for general debate of flvo hours. ll was al this point thai Sir Henry Drayton broke tn wilh his statement that the lino should be finished, that It was coming to the people along llin. line to have it finished iie would do h3 best lo liave H built this year Line 1 L. H, Jell iff Of Haley appeared for the. residents along that linr find J.! Y. Card and J. C. Cahoon of Card: and Mayor Tack and Rlshop Allei Rnymond were tbtre to bftck him i general satisfaction and Is won- derful repeater. It gives us pleasure to renew conlraci relations, and again lako the agency. AVo hare ioltl as high as 350 to 400 bottles Tanlac a week. .W. S. KINXISON. Salt Lake City, Utah, June 5. We are now distributing our third car of Tanlac, consisting of dozen. Tha first car was received De eemlier 20ih, anrl since Ihat lime we have distrlbnled 'to the agents about bottfCF, The sale is certainly unusual ami it is the beat, we have ever had on any proprietary medicine. All (ho dealers seem to be well satis- MANY PROMINENT MEN COME OUT FOR TANLAC cs; and County Orf.c.als Endorse It lKjlamSi BapUst minister, and Rev. A Ti Ij- '-Pal'- -Methodist, bolh of Atlanta: U ,s seldom, iurleed. that men .of j, A. Wells, raslor of Oak R-dPfl promisee, espectollr men hotting .Vethorilsl Church, Oak Ridge. Misi." htgh imblic office, wlllinsly cipress their indcbtoilness publicly to a pro- prietary medicine. .Many, prominent men, however, including supreme court judges, mayors of onr leading cities, jirominenl slMo anrt county officials, bankers, lawyers, doctors, edilors. leading meut otficlais ami even ministers a! the Gospel, have deemed it their duty to come forward and tell the people what Tanlac has done for them. These --.veil known men of affairs have recognized in this rotdiciufi a new discovery anil a scientific tri- umph In the medical world. It Is EX-MAYOR OF B'HAM RECOMMENDS TANLAC Hon. Frank' V. Evant Sayt He Weighs More Ever In Lift Slnte Taking It f well-known fact that these splendid One of the lalcsS additions lo Ihe largo and rapidly growing lisl ot prominent men who have publicly'en- dorsed Tanlac for tho good U hai done them is the naras ot Hon. Frank V: Brans, former mnyor ot Birmingham. Mr. Evans Is one ol ttie best known endorsements have been mcn in public life in today; al one time ertitor of one of the ioulh's greatest newspapers, the Bir- time and time again, anil they continue lo lie given just as often as new teals of ils powers are inadc; and It also explains why numbers of the Mg drug firms of (he country arn ordering it exclusively in carload lots. Appearing below arc a few indorse ments from the large tiumher lhal are continually nelns siven to lhe public. HIGH SHERIFFS OF SOUTH ENDORSE IT Officials From Four Southern States TcU of Benefits From Tanlac. Denver. Colo., June 1D18. Kour of the leading sheriffs of the South, in widely separated states, have given their itnqualified endorse- ment to Tanlac, Hou, C. W. Mangum, who was tor three lernia sheriff ot Fullon County, Ga., residing In Atlanta, said: "Tan- lac has helped me..My con- dition is now that of a well man. Tan- lac pnl my system in shape and all my disagreeable symptoms oE stom- ach trouhle have disappeared." Hon. Chas. I. Lewis, ex-sheriff of Critlemlen County, residing al Mar- ion. Art., said: "Tanlac has entirely relieved me of blliousnesa and malar- ia ami has almost made'a new woman of my wife, who has suffered for len years with stomach trouble." Hon. A. It, Anderson, who was re mingham Age-Herald. He was also ex- aminer of public accounts in Alabama. In telling of the benefits he has deriv- ed from Tanlac, Mr. Evans said: "For years I suffered with gastritis and indigestion in the worst form. 1 ;vas ha Intuairy constipated and had pains in my shoulders and headache continually. My appetite left me al- most snlireJy and everything I would eat hurt IMP. Finally 1 sot lo fcarlag awful aUauks of. acute indigestion, palpitation of the heart and smother- ing spells. For a long time 1 would have one or more o( spelts etery night and 1 would wake out of my mt> less sleep gasping tor breath, "I bought a bottle of Tanlac, and to my surprise and gratification I began to feel relief after the first few doses, I kept taking the medicine and now t weigh snore than I ever did In my life, znd ray recovery is simply tht talk of BIG BANKERS ENTHUSED Officen of Two Leifling InttKutlm Among the countless of prominent people all over America wlio have taken Tanlac and prjlied wc Iiecamc WOP ora for Tnnlac In this territory fast! gjc hatilcn establishment, by which men seeking employment wlio have (o go lo somo other place than that where they live in order to starl work, will gel cheap railway fares to any pnrt of Canada. I'mler new srJiejnp, if a man haa to go lo some oilier city or.toivn lo work, ho will bo given n certificate at ono of the Ttlurne.l eoldlers govern- mcnt emnToyment offices, whiclt will cntillo him tn cheap rail- way faro, up-to 400 miles the fare wilt remain al or tmc cent R and for evrryiMng over 100 tnilea the fare will be one a mile. dally service along the Canlslon I branch whwithofreiglH and B M traffic were not nearly so Heavy as (n hjs now. He had the sarao nrgumeiil as J Yours very sincerely Ihc men re-presenting other liiirs lhal' A HOOVBR fc CO lhe company hAil, made profits In ofher f ppr Hoover years and should alaml by the people; ____ Ihrough a liulo firtvcrslly anil nten Tex Jimc -_ WJRi liave handled Tanlac since Jan-] Hfn-y I, 1917, and have sold to tlatcl bottles. Our dealings with Mr.l it for the benetlta they derivrt :___ .......j- none are more enthusiastic tbam elected seven times to the office otltho two well-known southern sheriff Harris County. Texas, re- whoso statement follow; siding fn Houston, said: "Money B. J.'Henry, president of the couWn'l buy the Rood Tanlac has done klnsvllle Hunk ahd Trnst Co., hinsville, Ga., says: ''Last aprlng .1 was all wrong aome-way or other couldn't get right. I Hook 'a bottle W Tanlac and began to more bottles put me in good and I felt perfectly well. A few weeks afo, I took the grippe and was ntttcg I tmd. upon reference to our rrom Indigestion ot sorl aml nad s. have lo DBCnl3 of Tanlac. my trouble fs gone and I ami (his In a nlfforent man." (bounty, residing at Odessa, 'I'.U ro dealer will Texas, saysi "i needed a VeneraY'ali-irtown nnd out again. 1 bought anotnw !n lnking on ,he Tanlac for over seven years liotll CHEAP FARES h'Oft VETS SEEKING JOBS Ihc men re-prCRenling other liiirs lhal1 OTTAWA, Kcb. monts have been made by the tlepartment of poldlers civil re- j showeil thai (lie present servtcc imvea pcoplp along the line to use the auto- mobilp. 'There was no ons present from the Coutts line, but memorials from War- ner wero in'Csftnlcd, All four cases under this heart have been taken unilcr advisement by Ihc board, Indications am lhal no relief may be expected till spring. THREATEN MASSACRE MUNICH. Feb. Ministerial Councillor .Tahrlcs .has been killed and several officers ot Ihe '.var omce grave- ly wounded In the rioting The radical elements have threaten- ed with death entire classcn of thg pop- ulation er, a reprlsfV for the assassin- alloii of Kurt Blsner. ST.d Ta-.ilau has dona that very thins for me." PASTOR OF WESLEY ME- MORIAL CHURCH TALKS tiKHINKn-KEI.LY DHUO CO. Rev. W. Norton, fornisr pastor of Ihc Wnnley Memorial Church, Katell atrefet, now resid- ing al perry, Florida, which i.irge Atlanta. June.'i. 191S icTiftrge he has heM.for many yenrs, On one Saturtlny nlono wo sohl! la not only a irartor In Ills'church, but Ihrough our eleven Atlanta stores, ap-lls exreodingly popular a in] widely TOO liottles of Tanlac at recognized ns a leading citizen niul' direct to la man of thought and acMon. Kcv.1 Have had (he cxr-.Uislve agency since! Norton said: j Sr.ptpmhcr, 1015.- nnd have sold ovsr "I suffered troni chronin innig-Jslioa I bottles, for night or ten yenrs. The) JACOBS PHARMACY CO. benefit I havr derived from this mcdi- cine Is nodiing of wonderful, for Toronto, Onl., ('ftii.. June 5. 101S, 1 feel as well now as I ever felt! We- hnve Gi.-tsri hottles ol Tannin my life. In short, Tanlac has simply j aintp nc-cept'lnK the agency. my and 1 feel it my' Ic of Tanlac and 1 am well again, F unhesitatingly recommend 10 anyone who Is sleh and worn W. C. McrKlveon, cashier Bank of Hoirbecb. Hornbeck. Louisiana, says: "I have (akan fire (5) botflei ot TEC and tiavc gained fifteen ponds in three wceha. I Ihink it Is a grea" ol last TUIs shows an average or eight lionsanrt botlles per month. IAMAN fSliOTHKRS.