Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
JULY 12, 1910 THE I.ETHBRfOr.F, HAIIA' HERALD. PAGE SEVEN fit! DOCTOR'S Because They; Did Her Good Kocnox, .IAN. 1-tth, "1. MilVered lor many years with ter- rible Indigestion aiid Constipation; I hud spells and became greatly rim domii" A neighbor advised' mo to try I did so and lo tlio surprisS'pi iiiy began to improve, and lie'advised me logo on with "l-'niil-.-i-tivc.rY: 1 consider that I ow'omylife to "Frnit- I iviiill tp sayto those who sulfur from I iiiHBeslion, Constipation or Ic FruiUi-livcs' and you wiiiKcUvcir.. eoitiifE GAUUUEAU. COc. a box, (i for I'iob, trial size, At all ilealri'4 pf.st'ut.poblpaid byFruiti a-tives Limited, OUa'iva. .SJHACKL.ETON READY AGAIN Sir Ernest Shacltleton, Antarctic ex- plorer, has .reached Areas, Chil plorer, I'unta Arenas, Chile, vhere.the Uruquay govemiueiil has outfitted lauoiber relief expcdi- .tjcin Ip iTOGiij.theinlain Shack: le'ton's; Darfy.-Icft oil Elephant Island. The Summer Life- Savers are fruit, cereals and green vegetables. Meat in Summer overtaxes the liver and kidneys, potatoes cause intestinal fermenta- tion. Get away from the heavy Winter diet; give Nature a chance. One or two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, served- with milk or: cream or fresh fruit, make a delici- ously nourishing, satisfying meal. Such a diet means good digestion, good health and plenty of strength for the day's work. All the goodness of the wheat in a digestible form. For break- fast with milk or cream; for luncheon with fresh fruits: Made in Canada The following is lluj address de- Ivorod by Bdwanl C. Keith, at Hill- on tbe secoinl annivcriiary of the mine dlsafilcr. In memory of those who lost their lives in tiiat event. "Mr. President and Brothers: II Is just and proper that should lay iside the instruments of toil u> pay )ur respeetB to tin: memory of those, our brothers and friends, who while Victoria, July Premier Bowser received a cable from Sir George Fos- ter, who is now in England, stating that the war ntiice was quite agree- able to British Columbia soldiers, who are. now in England, jaklng part 'In the coming provincial 'eldotion. The proposal to have them 'vote for their home candidates will, therefore, be carried out. It will be manifestly impossible, in view of the fact that every 'British oldier is busily engaged In the "bis engaged in the pn ot their push" to attempt to seeur of men now at the front. tbe votes Ontario through si) efforts are tliis. farmers lost ut or. grain last yeur and being imtde to minimize DINING ROOM OF CQ NVALESCEXT HOME. Dining room of the Cuiadnn soldiers maintained bj the Masses Ham- Company Dulwtcji, England It is -in example of the luuinoife snnountlihgs of our i ounded men IN BED MOST OF TIME 1 being held b> order ot tne H etmor Her Hialth Restored bvLydia commission pending the beginning o _ lii 01 art woof- ill ftlfi llfilll E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Regma Inly P Blown who being held b> order of the T} etmore hi seven year- sentence in the peni 'lentiaiv at Prlnoa Illicit was on the Indianapolis Indiana Mj health I to his i el itlpn vvjth" Cdwai -a. so poor and my constitution so run J .J. jland ibis morning__N R._Craig ciqss, concern ling lii previous statements iir icgard elitlpn .with" CdWaid H Dev i contia down.'-that. I jjjjJdiction of Brown M r Isold bo had canjod qn'jfrauds- with I d" t i Lindsay before he eveij began auj nn pale ana raK, ot t tn'0 He .tated that iVi b inch and was in ghea jl-d most of hjm j0 jime I Kgan tnk- [eatimollj poii jl-d former toil answered the that sooner or later must come to all of us. This ir, the second anniversiiry of the flay on which our hearts were moved to their most profound depths, and when words utterly failed to ;ts.suaice the grief of those bound by the; ties of blood and to those stricken ones. We who passed through the horrors of that and the succeeding days can never efface from our memory Ihe suffering of the afflicted ones were anxious- ly awaiting the discovery of one or more of their loved ones. This was an event which aroused tbe sympathy of the whole nation, and generously they laid their offerings at the foot of the bereaved. For this we are thankful and have extended to them our appreciation hoth as an organiza- tion and as individuals. 'Some of those who were stricken by tho sorrows of that event have re- turned to tbe homes of their earlier days, and the firesides of warmheart- ed friends. Some, we are pleased to know, still remain with us, and should there be any such present I desire to express the hope that the future years may he brighter and filled with richer Joys and greater blessings than has fallen to their lot In the pasU Wo have tried to do our duty to those left to the mercies of society, but if we haVe.failed in :my way it has been iDie in a mistake of the head and not of tbe ibeart "In' the future, as we travel along life's rugged pathway, let_us not forget .the. lesson that this great dis. aster lesson of man's re- sponsibility "In his relations to his fellowman. Not one of us lives to ourself alone; although we may not be conscious of the fact, each and every j one of us is helping to mould the character and lives of those about him. and through them society as a whole. Each of us by our daily work is helping others to accomplish the task set for them to perform, and it is a duty we owe to ourselves and our I associates that wu give our best ac- cording to the light that is ours. i "All cannot fill high positions in jlife. Some of us must toil with our hands and our bodies, but that should Inot in any way detract from the honor iwhich is due to industry. It is just honorable tp toil with our hands as to lllfe our brain alone. Labor when per-1 i formed in the right spirit is one of the thinss in the .world, 'and -he who. docs ho.t so regard-it is unworthy to fill a place of influence in 'To some who fill the higher positions of trust is given the task of looking after the safety and protecting and 'lives of those employed, 'and he is wholly unworthy ot his po- sition and of the confidence ot his UoMovynien if he doer, not do all within his knowledge and .power lo protect Ihe lives and promote the safety of those with whom lie is associated. It is to the credit of this organiza- tion and kindred organizations thit the hours of labor have been short- ened and that the appliances pending to protect the laborers have been adopted. Every ono knows how long and at times liowi bitter has been the to obtain these things. Rare- ly, indeed, have those in power yield- e'd to the demands of those beneath (them without.'a struggle. Humanity Ms selfish and grasping. Given the op- iportiinity many will climb to opulence and power over the fallen wrecks of (their fellowmen. Nearly all reforms I have arisen from the demands of the lowei and middle classes Search the I pages of history and you will find that the ruling- classes have always claim- ed' the right to rule, in part on account of.-tiieir professed superiority and in fact .they- have deemed it a mark of divine favor in some nations, that they-have been able to. occupy posi- tions of authority and power over their 'countrymen.. When they have yielded this power or granted to their i t j subjects a cieatei degree of libel ty it Chatham Somo t ma apt 1 sllbjccts have be a general breakdown It terminated suong LO comhat PERSONALS. Ontario Women. I am do- Favor- enough .to assert that no em- is tbe real tobacco for jimmy pipes and rnakin's cigarettes For rrien who got away-to a. false start on a pipe or home-made cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or two for what ails their smokeappetites 1 Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so different, has such a fine flavor, and is so cool and cheerful and friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joyl The patented process cuts out bite and parch I Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! This-little, talk is also for men who think they're on the right track. All to be said is that the sooner you lay out the' price for a supply of Prince sooner you'll a' discovery that'll be worth a lot .to ypur peace of mind sind tongue! If your dealer cannot supply it, ask him p to secure Prince Albert through his whole- saier. Get the idea of'smoking all you want without a. P. A.! REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S. A. BEATTY A DDREKSIXf! SAILOKS AFTER BATTLE OF J ed the speaker V" the ccbo. cost in human lives and sorrow to preserve it And what ot uio future? Is-the like-ther.past and pres- ent to be filled with desolation and sorrow? Has not humanity progressed sumciuitlv' far tint it cm throw aside- those forms pf government whose rulers ale not responsible to the people whom ihev govern' If not, future genet ations will be compelled to repeat the struggle that cxibts to- National greatness .in 1 honor rise no higher Ulan the ideals of those who comprioo nation If tbe peo- ple ara disjionest, untruthful ind sel- gan taking it and in tiue'itioiie coiweranf e (jam s Of rharlps Bnmnell which, ip fompounti and five on some o( the Llndw BIORII months latoi I banking traiianotlons witness said tint S pounds ihe bad met a man In 'Mgoso Tnw by all the house mine of Biunnell not was irk anil washing for eleven and lean 1 now whothoi his given name Tvdiaf Pinkhnm'sVcc Charles or not He said thai M, IvdiaT Pmkhnm'sVcK Charles or not He said thatitbs Compound has been a godsend mmes HP nsea on tnwiues I hers ishaRlly a neighboihooJ ir thl-i counti> wnerem i has lit' found health by using good okl- fnilllonej loot ami half lemedv If thai u mything about which yon mid bltn Sfarml npvlco write lotto I did B PmWliro Co, Tho executor of tbe isolate ot tlu lute Htjpbuiiie of Sliaua Jut I IK Itoairt (if unslcii of tin completely cured oj ailment mnq ever hud >ay of same I ran recommend tint mi-dmne an being good if one give a. fair tnsl ACMCT, SI Tdg.tr bt, Ch .tham, Ont r At the Srat wnptoms ef any ment at rav period of hfe Jhe rcillj helpful reroedj Dr rsvonio prescription "IhomandB of women ui Cfaijula taken it with unfailing stttrfrt Dr Be.cc's Prescription true fnend to women in timoB of trial p., backarhp hot. mcntJ 'depression, famtnig spells, lassitude ind cthaustion, womta should never io tftko- this Prepared from natllicB Kerbs, it contains no alcohol or mwouc, noit au> LiiniMi' tablet or liquid form wnw JJr Flow, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N Y, to free nicibcai adnce Dr Pieroe's fkrtspnr tiio mjir.a! but the bc'i JMIkfUf Orst put up 40 yta a Dr Jt I Pierce ha.c pur ,U11, Of n ,o nitnl ,ir-cciicd a. isame t honms (iiiclpb boi ot tuc isame tmount, i, iuv lnirci) vegetable, being ccntratnl ind rcfinul riplcs from thr of Bo not gnpr One or Uo for Umg 01 rulei 1115 co.intry, [reoommendedtoriii am age evei sat unou a lliione Imeby ifnend whoias a mark 01 D Mne fuel It is in m- to the Most HigTi to as imudipenefit Ibe-luiuUi 'iet dunng tho ot Ihe human tamill wllilo we bale been climbing slo-vrh fioni the plains of laiagen to tbe place we occupy toduy been millions of people ivho have believed this assertion and been willing to sacrifice their Ives at the reiiuEst of those w ho have that statement Truh mankind baa been moling in daiknesi and spr- tjv fcll these thonsandt, of years It a matter lodaj of whicli we mav be Justll proud that part of us at least rctroire no or potentate to think tor lis c ma q icstion if w e statements made bv them and there in no one to deny us the privilege. This is a part of the great heritage ot that our forefathers laid down then Hies foi upon a thousand to which in this day ana hour om brothers ant" our sons fullest measure of de- motion to preserve and to send down the with not one ]ot of its gran- or We should-, be pi oud and glory in tho truth that; we have outgrown the ignoiaiice and bigotry of the (.entuilos that have' goi.e, that liva today In tear of ni" ie he who h taw, that uu- the ofithe Creaior ve r.avo right t8ftoe ana injoy tne o.ess- IKKS of libem so long as v.e wrong not This ia that for -which fee pr the whole world is stilvinj: lor there ntner bo peuce until thic end is attained tt o Know tho price tilat has JlHrly for us today we see the fish, the nation: will :reflect in its character those and it may be expected that such a nation will suffer as a. result... have more sympathy, to enter more deeph into the ideals of the people jot otnei paits of the world to ghe them om best intellectual efforts, that the) maj bt enabled to use above the ignorance ind degradation in which hey live. The possession that jou and I and tho nation in.wh.ich we live can acqune is clmactei When hfes evening is> approaching when on the beciv tossed driftipg it mav be without chaij 01 ruddei until Ht last we liaie passed oiei tbe bieake into the Bill! and in, tho distant1" can "oe the ]iarbor light ton am which ill humanity is bound I t is, then shall find in1 th natter a sustaining power and "t peace smpasseth nndefstanding We mav actiniie-fnnio but that fajles as tho years may acquire gold and land but the gieat call comcS to give all account of om seivices Ihese arc left behind with tiie diosu umvorthv ambitions but cbaiactei Jhat possession that lifts us above the sensual and low :hat makes us .scorn-unmanly, deeds that elevates, us io the highest plane of thought and life endures This IB the object for which we should dill gentlj search thiough all tbe vears of our lives When that Drijht daj conies that- all possess this priceless jewel then will there, be n6 more strife between 'man'and'man, nation and nation And until we meel again upon tho annhprsarv of this daj lot pledge our efforts to gfovv in: those Mviintioa that enrich our manhood 1st us laj flowers qpon the graves of our misguided efforts'-' and" ever' keep our toward tl e goal of a. perfect life Two more upper lakes havo been transferred to tic Ocean service, malting since the war started. SCOTTISH PEER POST of Crawforii flty Be ef Board .of, Afrlculturt. ju 3 i- T1 pers announce thai the Earl of Craw ford ha- been offsied the piesidency of the board of agriculture vacated, b) 'the Earl (H Seiboint I Tno Eail of Seloome ros.gncd from I tho ooaia oi as a prataat asai st tne matt policy The Part Cmyford is (he piemiei far] of Scotland autl bail provtoijal) held office as jnnloi lord ot ths treai uiy At the outbreak of the wai he oil'ited In tho medical corps lot the auuttou 01 tae My Enemy My Corn i It's Utterly Needless Thit to prove every com wWeh ilfm and hurto folly. Lovers of dainty foot- wear are bound to start, corns. But nobody nefdf to keep them. At the first apply a Blue-jty plaster. That' ends ail And it ends the corn. 'In two (Jujrt it You know that paring cures. Vou know thu lions wrong. Now you should kpow jay. It has ended 70 miijion corns. To t world ef mien >n< women It hH bimjffct fttedom. iui io Blue-jay Ends Csrns U itui-23 DtugjiCK Also Blue-Jan Bunion Platter?