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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914 THE LSiTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE Mrs, Kelly Advises all Woman to Take "Fruit-a-Tives" HAcitnsviu.ij, AUG. a6th. 1913- "I LID highlj recpmmeiid "Fruit-n- ines" because they (lid me an awful lot of good and I cannot speiik too highly about them Abptit.'four years ago, I commenced tnkjiig tnes" for a geueral break-dowii and thej did me a world df'goud. We lionght a good iiuny dollars worth, but it wts'inoney spent1 because.1 they did all that you claim for them, Then action ia so pleasant, compared with other laxatives, that I found only pleasure, as well as taking them. They seemed fo ine to he particularly suited to women, on account of their mild and gentle action, and I that some other wornen jn'ay stapt tiking 'Truit-a-tives" after reading illy letter, and if they do, I am satisfied the results will he the same as in my own case" MRS. W. N. KELLY "Fruit-a-tivcs" are sold by ail dealers at soc.'a box, 6 for trial sue, 250, or sentpostpiid on receiptof price by Frmt-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. !N ST. JOHN Street Railway Men Strike Following Dismissal of a Conductor St. members of the local Street Railway Men's Union arc oh strike localise of matters aris- ing out ot the dismissal of a conduct- or for alleged 'breach of the rules. Thej did not report for work this morning, following a decision reach- ed after an. all-night meeting. A few cars are running, and in one section busses ure being operated by friends of the men. As tlio St, John Railway Co. lights the city arid :houses, and supplies most the Industrial power, besides running the street railways, a fiaore serious condition threatens IE the strike tlie light and power crefts Aboht one hundred men. are" (out. The recognition of the Union is an Important "feature of the strike. There are tions of this -best of all ily killers. Ask for Wilson's, bo sure you get them, and avoid disappointment. Last: Corn! Made these shoes im- possible. But Inez told me of Blue-jay. '.T--applied it and the pain in a moment. In 48 'hours all three corns came out. No soreness whatever. I never thought of the corns from the moment I used Blue-jay. And now they are gone, to never return, unless tight shoes .cause new ones. Thii the itory of millions of corns which have been ended by Blue- jay. It will be tho story of your corns when you use this one right method. Don't'paro them. Paring never endsacorn. Use the modern method. A-fnmous chemist, by inventing Blue'jay, has made corn troubles needless. Blue-jay takes corns out, ivithouf any trouble, without any annoyance. Apply it in a jiffy, then forget the corn. It is taking out about one million cora month. It ii tho method now used snd endorsed by physicians. You owe to yourself a test. Blue-jay For Corns IB not 25 Droni.u Btacr Black, (tew NIW STREET RAILWAY DEFICIT SIX MONTHS During tlio riipntii. of June tho street railway lost J3.72D.D3. For the first .months of Hie your tlie system lost The'estimated deficit fo the-year, aa made in January, was and from the performance niafle so far, it looks as though the estimate would he reached, unless the olle-mnn sys- tem succeeds 'lii -making .a decided cut. the ffgui'es were compiled the .one-miin. system had been in op- eration for only two weeks, so that Ha envius capacity- can hardly he judged. The figures for June are as fpllo'ws: Line Ited Blue White Orange Special Passengers carried 169 Receipts 606.11 -1109.98 931.48 1 265.78 7.95 Totals 13011.30 Average daily, 2392 passengers; av- erage dally receipts, total op- erating expense, total in- cluding overhead charges, total deficit for the month, J3.729.98; total deficit for tlie first six months of the year, hy lines; Red...... ............18310.80 Blue White Orange.................- 2799.23 J19.1S5.35 The two-man system prevailed dur. lug all but two weeks of the time, ami during this period eight men were maintained on the Blue line. Com- missioner Reid feels sure that tlie sav- ing during the next six months, with the one-man system in operation, will be" more than enough to cover the tax- es on the system, -vvhleh amount to or nearly one-half of the esti- mated saving, which was tlO.OfO per annum. ______. nients of checks lo II. K. McLeod fur legal services. The first on August 1.1, 1912, was ler Others .were for ami i and one lot The last payment made February Hth, and the total accounted lor this morning exceeds The amounts will he. augmented hy sever- al more of tho former provincial sec- retary's accounts this afternoon. MOVE ,N PARTY GAME THEY SAY mrt, men -HAVE ALWAYS HELPED ULSTER" London, July radical and labor press express astonishment at the King's observation in yesterday's conference on Home Rule rthat "tlie civil war-is qn the lips of the niost responsible and sob- er minded of my people." "The constitutional duty -of- the says the Daily- Chronicle, "is to reign without: ruling, a: duty which cannot lie discharged de- parts from public impartiality be- tween the conflicting should that, if only they could drill and arm they would be able to overthrow the British Parliament' and defeat its legislation, yet not one word of pro- test against this policy has Seen heard. On the contrary, the Tory leaders and'the men who stand close to the King, have justified and en- couraged them in this course." The.News expressed the conviction that Ulster-is not the real trouble. "Those it says, "are quite capable of adjustment, but ever since the House of Lords began the revolu- llon hy rejecting Lloyd-George's bud- get, the Tory party- has tried to existence o? the Liberal government impossible. To achieve Mveeu tiie conmuuug -patina. government, impossime. 10 should te wanting in loyalty to him that they have .been prepared to re- if we did not point out frank-j'jjudiatd Parliament, tamper with the ly where the path" trodden 'yesterday. Army and to involve the. King in po: leads. To put thy bes-t on litical intrigues. Ulster never has bias has heeri stiown, unconscious or been the real issue." unintentional, anil the least can The Daily Citizwi says that the ex- be-inferred, is tliat' outside of- ceptibnal circumstances justifying His neial .conversations-the' King cannot; Majesty iu convening the palace.con- the habit of talking familiarly' ference were that numbers of people, my Liberals. I-Iis illusion that and peo- )tld of Tory ideas is the as the King called them, "are prepared" in the words of'the Citi- miners and the railway men only The Daily News'says: "We do not know who these most'responsible, and sober minded people are, -but what we do know is that the cry has been raise-d in the 'Tory- press' for two to overawe- years past with-a- ing It has. been-raised-'in such a way threaten bloodshed in order to be gadded as "responsible and sober- minded" in court circles and have royal conferences summoned to re- dress their grievances The King's speech makes the conference more ever a move in the party game." PROVINCIAL SECRETARY GOT SEVERAL FEES BESIDES THE St. John, N. B.( July Kelly, the partner of John Scott, in a subcontract on the St. John Val- ley railway, testified before .the Roy- al Commission this morning that the firm had paid to Hon. H. P. IVIrT.enri, M.P., former provincial sec- retary, because they believed it was ic'ccssary ti> get thair contract and secure protection from 'the engi- neers in the classification 'of -the work. The evidence of John Scott yesterday indicated tliat the venture had been unprofitable and Kelly cor- roborated the main points of his partner's testimony. Me was submit- ted to a sevwc'cross-cxaminaticn by. T. J. Carter, K.C., Ralph D. Hogan, accountant of the St. John