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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta j SATURDAY, JULY 22, THE LKTimUinGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Sign Of Dropsy And Kidney Trouble i Sinco HATTIE WARREN 'ort Robinson, Out., July Sih, 1915. 'Wo have used "I'Viiit-a-iivcs1' in f Forovor Ihrcu yearsuiitl have viiy.s found Ihctn a medicine. was troubled witk '4ney Disease, Tim said sfie ,s threatened Drojwy. Her limbs il body all swollen and we betfim thinkshu could not live. Finally, cidcd fo try .S7f o show improvement after we A Notable Editorial, from the Now York Times, on Conditions In Germany as Pictured by Karj H. von Wiegandi Berlin correspon- dent of the New York World. Sayt; iliu New York Times, iiii; tins articles lellecting scntime.'iL and opinion in Germany which have been printed in tho Now York World from its in Ucrlin, Karl "Kitrl II. von ihe Berlin tiurruBiiondunt of Tlie World, hay proved himuulf for a long time to bu u faithful n: line lor of military suulinieni. opinion in di-miany. He is im- pregnated with it, repeats what he with entire fidelity and not the sitehtust condileration for how it will strike outsiders. When tiiis .senti- ment has been distorted to absurd- of wlrumlty eanuot tiu ex-j to roaHoimblu; it -.vas JUH( HO Unit the ConforiMlateH, when they 1'elt the proHHurt; of Grant and Slier-1 man, talked about how they were ho-! ing beaten liy ilm foreign immigrants, j JTho thing ft> thai 'the sit-i inition would appear hut for j this one hope, which is no hope at all., 'Nor llii! lirnl. Mine in the war, the military Initiative has passed to the oilier lulls us, iherel'ore It is admitted in JJorlln. thai 'even wast- Hy, he him pSoU.'d with honest faith, it lisa nt: was lie stance, who reported the irritaiion ot the German ollicors because the Hi-it- isli fleet would not come out of Us rstiurs. and their hope thai ward of nounter- sive has slowed and that j only at Vfnlun is the offensive main- mined, lloth on the east and west, he tells said it is what IB being Ucnnana confront Miss iMacdouald lias resigned from the muff of Gait Hospital. The P. Club will tiieut a! ll.-snd- erson Lake 1'avUIoi; on .Monday after- noon. miperior numbers; In the oast, 'often enavc re four or to one.' He speaks- of h f 'tlin thin, aiiiuMiiIc of the Oer- II' it m thin and anaemic, It must be because it cannot bo reinforced. Ho thin and niiHomi. fronted Sherman. Johnston's line wan s In; vainly con- d it too could not I Mrs. Xaismith and Mrs. Lcthbridgo, lot' Calgary are tlie of Mr.-'. J. JO. Wilson, The Barracks, Kdmonton. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Aioc, rfitnrned Thursday from a months' visit iu t ere no mort: mem. 'Against (hnsi! ihin HUM' frcsll Ootrolt Km. York, jiumrcal, Toronto lire lioalliiK with d len) son, that The I. O. D. E. with tfianks the following donations: On cannot be otli iny to iho stouUiisl hearts.' German p tmi'on: lon this concealment would be penetrated, Von has report- ed just what lie heard, and what he heard lias been from military sources. his nrinted in World is of unusual Intor- M in it is, the per- whom he has ost, i sons Iniishorttimc, Ideals the real condition of Germany under the present.attack on the "Remember thai repori this discourage- i very'mouthpiece of Berlin's loudest Westminster, St. JlusHX gasconades in the past. Next he tells j Norman and Itobiu Kitchie, 40c. ns liiat these 'thin anaemic lines' are now badly, fed; Ted on food that, at the very best, cannot, have the stren gill-giving, periins which tin? side have in abundance.1 The British staying at the Alexandra. blockade iias placed the anaemic lines .Miss Senior and Miss of Philadelphia, -Mr.-.