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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, lUNE 5, 1918 THE I-ETI DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE NOIRE KIDNEY I OEFl MAS TROJIE Since He Commenced to Take "Fruit-a-tlves" 73 Lkks Avknuk, Ottawa, Ont, "Tlireo yoars ago, I. bogan to feci run-down and tired, and sii/Tcred very miinli from Livrr and Kidney Truuble. Ilavinjf road of 'Fniit-a-tivos', 1 Uiouglit J would try tlipin. The result wiis .surprising. / hair. no( had an /lour's sichu'ss since I commenced tising 'Kriiila-tiros', anii 1 \\no\y noiv vrluit I have not known for a good inany years- that is, the blessing of a hnalthy body and clear thinking brain". WAl.TKH .T. llAKHIOTT. BOo. a box, 6 for $2.r,0, trial size'J.w. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivea timited, Ottawa. FOR mOiEEES tiondon, .luni.' lIouter.a !;iwa Akoih-.v) I uUie lunisi. ilV loiU' nu)ns. Jauii'h ''liii;; suRRi^stPil in con-lUH'tion Willi tlic lU'oili! mill ion isnneti liy Lord l^'reni'lplliiil in (iriliiui.' lion. l'M\var(i Slu)rii. m>ii-pi:i!y :'in Ireland, repll'-'d tlwil llie ncrcssmy a!--raiigenK'iil.'i for r-onniderinj,' ;i liffiiiili. statement woulil be niaili' as sonn possil)le. )l. .S. .S.innicJ a.-ilieil: "I- ji proini';. eil to in1riidu > .;. .> .51 .;. .;. ,;, .;. .;. o trouble In Uia puBt has been that when women need' i-a Iron Uiey generally took ordinary metallic iron, which otttini corroded the _ ntomaoh and dl3 mow ^arm tnnn good. .1 nlwayn inalst that my pa-tltntu tiika onl)'' organic Iron-Nu-t-atcd Iron. 'j^m particular form of Iron Is ennllir iwslmilateil, does not blacken nor iniura tho tcotli nor upset' tho Htomuch. It.will Incrcosf the �tvanKth'. Riid andurancu of w�Hlt. nervouf. Irritable, careworn, luia>iu It It ilKBtitMd In Itilj WllbXlash In IbeBaiik Yoi Can Boy ! A,nn-tion.s. llo spoke of motlior love and grandmother's love and all that-lt ewij-braces. , . ,.; ; Sadie Clarke, accompanied hj; Zel-. pha Harris, rendered very bcautltully the solo "Ireland Must Be, Heaveii, tor; My Mother -Came from There;^" A reading,"lie Worried About U," was then given-by .-Maud HIndioy in her usual pleasing manner. Tho ladies then adjourned to ^tho Retl-Cross rooms and lunch-was served to more than thirty guests. All wont honi^ having had a general good time. Calgary, ,7une V The jiro-vlnclal farnv orKimiz^ition, the I'.P.A.. aunouni-i':- iil;>ii� .for aa- extensive-nieiiiiK'r.-iliip cam- -^laisn.: which Jwill i'uiliracc the-whole proA'ince ami l)y meaitli .of.which It Is hojii-.l to iucreasQ the organization s membership .by. fifty. per'.;ct'ni\ or more. .Meetings W!ll',^e in eighty places.- ' AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FIGURED IN FIGHT British Headquarters in . France, {Via Routers Ottawa Agency-^-Juno n. - rhe Australian troops figured largely in the brilUanl little success on Sunday niglit between Lamotlo and Straxeelo. Ground was gained in tliis district,' which is the sector in which first Australian division , was billeted on its arrival in Northern Franco in March, lOlfi. A considerable proportion ot the prisoners are mere lads ot the lOlft class. '  i 1 CONTINUE AFTER WAp-^* ; London, June 5.~(Viu Iteuters Ot-tftwa Agency)-In tho house ot commons, Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of the exchequer, .said that nl-though tho excess profit's tax could not.-bo regarded as permanent, it would not bo stopped Imraodlately after the war finished. It -was estimat-otl that the government would obtain �300,000,000 from It during tho cm-, rent year. To obtain such a sum from incojiio tiyc would moan a tax ot olglyt shillings on the podnd. ' - / ? ? ? Why Gooc. Blame the 'ortkeBad? ECAU5E t'liin, skim milk -jJiU not nourisk a baby; lias nothing tp do ' �sOith milk fresh from a registered cow, BECAUSE some coffee de-Qelops a bitter tang-and is not satisfactoi-ji-Kas nothing  to db With kbei . ".Seal Brand" is coffee that Kes :been selected'from the world's best plnntations bj^ coffee experts, roasted and blended b;^ those who \\ae gi-Jen a lifetime to the study of coffee. If jlou like .1 cup of GOOD Coffee, tr^ "Seal Brand". In yt,\ nnJ 2 pound tint-in tlis bian, ground, ox fine ground for pcrcolntors. If you want to I^now the 'true secret of a Jelictotis cup of coJT'ce, u)r//c for  our hookhi.'-PERFECT COFFEE -PERFECTLYMADE". ,,88 CHASE 4 SANBORN, MONTREiL ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow  For f(jll-.lnforniation apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270" Main St., Winnipeg. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising VOOO on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands .811 to S30 an acre'; irrigated land up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan 'topssistsettlcrspn irrigated lands, det full particulars afld free Jlkis- .trated literature fronfc � ALUN CAMERON, Gili'l'tt^L ClfilLLuit PCii 1�t St. Ea��, CALGARY ew June o Nora Bayes^tells the Kaiser About tliose"RegiretfulBkes You'll enjoy hearing this vigorous, tuneful song just as much as "Our Nora" enjoyeti singing it-ancl*that's saying a good d A happy time will be had by all exxcpt Kaiser-and we -won't wony about li On the back, "A Little Bit of Sunshine another sturdy, cheerful song just made ^NoraBaycs.  /.'6038-$l Theliianks Started Yatikin| A* rollicking tune, sung by' ArthuV Fields,', with this irresistible chorus: "The Russians were rushin' the Prussians, The Prussians were crushin' the Russian?, The Balkans were balkin' and Turkey was squa\vkin',^ Rasputin disputin' and Italy scootin'. The Bodies . all bulled Bolshevikis, Tlie British were skittish at sea, But.the good Lord Pin thankin'. The Yanks started yankin' and yanlcfcd Kaiser Pill up a tree!" " A2528-85c^^ t'lti: iiiL 'Love ! It's Gus Van in a new character song that's a scream. .He's got a bad casp-of love, and his description of the, sytnptoms will keep you roaring from beginning'to end. On the back, "Hbw'd you like to "be my Dad^y? " another melodious" gaje of laughter 'by the Wiiiter Garden favorites, the"Farber Sisters. ..............- A2525-85c' � CnlwU Of course these arc'only a few spicy bics from the complete June Litst of Columbia Records inciudinc 49 sparkling numbers, ranging: from popular songs, recitation hjts, and dance music 'to favorite opera airs i;ndlnstruniciital classics. Sefflf somf records to your loldief.Therc'o it Colucnbiu' Grafohola in his 'V. M. C, A*-' .or ICpiglin of-Col,ur(i(Kis,hut. Now Colurtibia Recordt are on m/e