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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7. 1016. THE LETH13K1DGK DAILY IIICHALD PAGE FIVE l-rilr Because They Did Her Good "Kocmo.v, IVQ., JA.N. 14th, 1015. "T sull'orcd. for many ynara with ter- rible Indigestion itud Constipation. 1 had fmiuoiit dizzy spoils IUHI bocumb greatly run down. A neighbor advised 1110 to try 1'did sound to tho surprise of my doctor, I begun to improve, und ho advised me to go on with 1 consider that 1 owo my life to "Fruil- a-livos" and I want to suy to thoso who sutTer from Indigestion, Constipation, or Fruit-u-tlvoa' aud you COJUXE OAUDHEAU. fiOo. a box, G for trial also, 25o. 'A tall dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- Limited, Ottawa. 1 NHL ml OF int STATIONING C( KAI President of tho Chinese Republic, whose death was recorded yesterday. Authority From Gen. Sir Sam Hughes To Recruit Over Entire Province Believing that the time has come' the recruiting methods the past are Insufficient to secure the 4000 men required to nil up the ranks of the battalions now recruiting in the province of Alberta, Dr. Chown, sup- erintendent and Dr. Moore, general secretary of the Methodist church in Canada, wired Gen. Hughes, minister of militia on Monday asking him to appoint Dr. Kerby, principal of Mount Royal College, Calgary, as special re- cruiting officer for the province. This Btep was taken after consulting mil- itary authorities in the province and yesterday the answer came back from Sir Sam: "Gladly accede to your re- quest. Official authority following." Dr. Kerby is generally conceded by those who know him to be one of the strongest patriotic spenkfje In province and his appointment on such a mission will be welcome news in all directions. EXPORT NO MORE MEAT London, June Dutch min- istry of agriculaure has decided to pro- hibit the exportation of meat and cat- tle, says a.dispatch to" Renter's from The Hague. WHAT ONTARIO FOLKS SAt. Hamilton, is to state thai I have received great benefit, from the use of Dr. Plerce'f Favorite Preacrip- tion. Some time j ago I waa run down j and weak, suffered I loss of appetite and was miserable. F6ur bottles qfrthc 'Proscription' cured me lip in iv fine shape: it 'did NSfttt.. wondcra for me and I can recommend it very highly to Women who are MARIE MILLER, 127 Hess St., Htuniltou, Ont. Brantford, few years ago I got in a very rnuch run-down condition. WasVcry weak; could not do anything; had no strength at all. I bo- gan taking Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescrip- tion: 1 only took five battles and it put me m splendid condition. I felt bettor than I had for years. Other members of my family have 'used this medicine and found it equally as beneficial. I can highly recommend it to weak MBS. A. .GIUIOUB, 71 Brighton Row. Brantford, Ont.; The use of Dr. Picrce's Favorite Pro- ecriptiQir'jnfikei women happy by making thcni healthy. There arc no more crying spells, "Favorite makes weak women strong, sick women well. Like an oneii book, our faces tell, the tale of health or .'disease. Hollow cheeks and sunken eyes, listless steps, sleeplesa of wasting debilitating disease some place In tho body. It may bo one place or Another, tho generally- to a common source. Get the "Prescription" in liquid or tablet tc better yotir physical condition Dr. Picrcc's regulate and in- ?igorate slom.ah. livor and bowcld. Keep the body olcau inside us well M Tho llnnl tavft ol Btotiooa of tho Al- borUi Conferonco was completed last night. Vory.' tow changes from the llrat draft iriado in Southern Al- bertu. Krriost Davldgo, B.A., goos to Poromont, Instead of Oeo. li. Ultchie, and 11. is placed at Bimlott instoad of Percy Hoynton, who KOOB to Fertile Plains. -J..W. ISyres is i-e- movoil from Iron Springs to Monarch. S. Plko being jilaccd at Iron Springs. W. .1. HiiEglth, a member of tho eonfereuco who haa been six J-WIJ-B a( Trinity church, Calgary, is transferred to Camrose, Jos. Coulter, of Edmonton, taking tho Calgary charge.' Thc complete list of utations is as follows: CALGARY DISTRICT. Calgary W. Fallls; Oeo. W. Kerby, Alfred T. Wilkinson, Chao. It. Carscallon, Will. Baugh, John H. Beazley. John McDougall, Jas. P. Westmtin. Calgary Allen .C. Far- rell; Edward Cragg, Charles W. BiBhop, Robert Pearson. Calgary Coultor. Ciilgary (St. A. Smith. Calgary (Crescent W. Ualglioah. Calgary (Hankviow) Powell. Calgary S. Bishop. Calgary be supplied. Calgary be sup- plied. Calgary G. N.) Calgary be supplied. Calgary (Tuxedo be supplied. Calgary (Stanley be supplied. Calgary be sup- plied. be supplied. wanted. R. Corcoran. Morloy (Indian ton R. Steinhauer. Lee. R. McDon- ald. P. Berry. A. Hipkln. wanted. E. Wiggins. wanted. wanted. Bert W. Sharp MEDICINE HAT DISTRICT. Medicine Hat (Fifth. Aubrey S. Tuttle; Nathaniel Mac- donald, Chas. J. Wilson. Medicine Hat (Washington Av- J. Hodgins. H. F.) McPhall Waggett. T. Elsdon. J. li.) Taylor. S. Warren. W. Saunders. J. stiley. Fertile Boynton. J3ow Bishop. A. W.) P. Cameron. Retlaw-4-Percy Halstead. Joseph E. F. Heald Geo. R. Aldus Walter G. Mason John R. Parker Harrison Villette Francla E. H. Ciaydon LETHBRIDiSE DISTRICT. Lethbrldgo H. Cobbledick. Lethbrldge (Westminster) J. B. M. Fawcett. Philps. fron Pike. A. Eyres.) G. Pybus. Davidge, B.A. Burdett-rH. S. Bird, B.A. Lucky wanted. William Forshaw Gyrtle L. Baker Walter M. Peterson Albert W. Harding Robert G. Ferguson MACLEOD DISTRICT. D. Richard. Macleod South (W. F. J. Rudd. wanted. E. McNi-. ven; Robert K. Peck. Pincher N. Wilkinson. C.) Livingstbne-i-W. N. Stewart. J. Law. T. Young. Edy Magee J. Crawford Anglin Fred I. Habgood T. W. Heed Thos. Hart HIGH RIVER DISTRICT. High E. Gordon. E. Graham. A.) Holloway. H. Telfer. be supplied. H. Irving. be supplied. S, Peat. N. H.) Arthur L. Smith Herbert .1. Ball Charles S. Finder Geo. N. Hosking Jag. Dorrian Thou. H; Lonsdale Wesley J. McKenzie John W. Oliver YOUNGSTOWN DISTRICT. Webster. S. Fair H. 8.) Basom. Simpson. Spring Barnes.) bo supplied. he supplied. BIB-StOTierr-IW. G. F.) Limgmire. Giles H. Clarke A. Victor Houghtou Elmer A. Belknai> BED DEER DISTRICT. Hed Deer (Leonard Gaotz Me- A. WllBou; (W. M. Charles H. Huistls, Joseph F. Woodaworlh, Jamos H. Earle, R. Orlando Jolllffo, Robert S. Longley, Edwin J. Pratt. lied Doer E. Flnlay. R. Haddon. A. Lytlo. G. L.) W. 11. Caution. U. Armsti-oug. 11. Parry. Edgar Armstrong. Bancroft. One wanted. M. Horricks. be supplied. K. Mann. JiimoK 0. Lloyd John H. Maas Thos. F. Lund LACOMBE DISTRICT. Hollingsworth; S. W. Nicholson, Geo. D. Misener. Amos. Y.) D. Miller. K. Peck. Medicine wanted. Wesley Wilkin. L. Bradley. N. Hugh-sou. Bailie B. Stein- hauer. R. Egbert Newman Kobert J. Irwln Herbert Brooke STETTLER DISTRICT. G. Wobber, E. Hib- bard. Wall H. Forman. S.) Simons. Rogers. Red G. Goddard. C. Ratcliffe. G. Hoc- kin. R. Brown. Long be supplied. Joseph E. Ball CASTOR DISTRICT. C. Anderson. C. Austen. Sounding M.) T. Scragg. E. Davies. H. C.) D. Taylor. L. Wright. New wanted. K.) H. Brett. David Young Richard TJpton WETASKIWIN DISTRICT. Lindsay Wright M. Gilbert. Pigeon be supplied. Battle be supplied. Bittern F.) J. Hagsith. C. .1. Bailey, George W. Mclntosh. New Gordon Bur- goyne. Camrose B.) be supplied. J. Tate. Joseph W. Bainbridge HARDISTY DISTRICT. M. Ing. R. Geeson. W. Pomery. Clegg. H. Rowe. fl. Empey. Berry. wanted. E. Rogers. John A. McDonald. WAINWRIGHT DISTRICT Kells Swener- ton; Thos. W. ..Bateman. A. Fuller.) .7. Merriam. H. Day. W. Nightingale. G. Shaw. (T. J. S.) A. Bowen. N. H.) J. Wesley Smiley. Wm. Sykes. William E. Ferguson. EDMONTON EAST DISTRICT Edmonton E. Galloway; Oeo. B. King. Edmonton W. Locke. Edmonton T. Harden. Edmonton Louis S. Wight; Arthur Coone. Edmonton P.) Edmonton Ken- neth Smith. Edmonton be sup- plied. be supplied. J. Conoly. Bon J. B.) Fort Driver. E. W. Clover J. Whelen, be supplied. Percy F. G. Morecombe, William Berry, Joseph L. Jackson, Harry Peters, James A. Sinclair, .lease B. IneGubbin, Sidney Bainbridge EDMONTON WEST DISTRICT Edmonton H. Johnston; Thos. C. Buchanan. Edmonton (Albany Avenue) Vviiiiam A. Lewis; Andrew Telfer; J. Benjamin Howard. Edmonton be sup- ied. Edmonton. (McDpugal) Wil- liam L. Armstrong; John H. Rld- dell; F. Stncey_MoCalI; Geo. W. Sparling; Walter Davidson. Edmonton (Metropolitan) E. Val .Tilton; Charles E. Bland; David E. Thomas: Alberta R. Aldridge; Oeo. H. Backus; John W. Bell; Fred I. Woodworth Stony S.) H.) V'Mto Whale W. .1, Clements. B.) wiinttm. wanted. wanted. wanted. H. Irwtn. wanted. wanted. Jaspoi-. To iio supplied. SERGT.-MAJOR PALMER, D.C.M. The brilliant young Lethhridge'boy, best known as Waddell. U'lio has won further promotion at the front. Edmonton (University One wanted. Edmonton II.) j Edmonton (Richmond (P. F. C. .M.) wanted. Athabasca Hubert Bosom- wortli. wanted. be supplied. J. Johnson. wanted. Francis G. Hustler, John P. Suttill, Samuel R. Hoeford. Geo. A: Sander. Norman F., Ernest II. Winfield, Harry H. Coatcs, Ernest Heywood, PEACE RIVER DISTRICT. Peace D. Jones. High Prairie ami Swan Jas. Dorrian. A. Kcttlys. Griffin F. Lund. Beaver L. Dougan. Lake Saskatoon Charles F. Hopkins; John M. Hagar. Pouce Coupee, B. want- ed. John W. Chapman. LAMONT- DISTRICT. W. H. Armstrong. Lament W. Wat- son Ross. Chipman H. Pike. be supplied. P. Charles H. Lawford; W. J. Hampton. Pine wanted. Hannochko. Ponicb. Smoky G. Button. R. Stanley Bennett. VERMILION DISTRICT. Vermilion Albert B. Argue; William H. Hughes; Robert H. Davis; Harry Fisher. F. Kemp. H. Elliott. G. Smith. be supplied. Forstar. W. Burns. Campbell's wanted. Quiet P. S.) E. Colliifs. Beaver wanted. Saddle Artemus Sellar. Good Fish and Whitefish, Lakes wanted. Norman W. Whitmore Harry S. McDonald Robert H. Elliott Albert M. Hummell Thomas Musto. B1BV for the Take the advice of seasoned chaps. They will tell you that the secret of keeping fit and hearty is an occasional piece of SAYS HE IS INSANE Dublin, June today's session the court martial oC Bowen Colthnrst, who is accused of manslaughter for having caused the execution during; the recent reheUion of F.- Sheehy Skeftlngton, editor the Irish Citizen, Thomas Dick- son: and Fred Mclntyre, phy- sicians, who had examined the defendant, testified he was men- .'tally unstable. delight The use of Lifebuoy Soap makes the both a supremely gbothing pleasure as well as a health-insuring; delight. The cream'of pure oilg gives a velvety lather that is cleansing and healing. The very mild carbolic solution means a perfectly healthy skin. The odor vanishes in a few seconds after use. All GROCERS SILL- HEALTHY SOAP THE PERFECT GUM It's the best little refreshment a soldier can carry. The sealed package keeps it always full-flavored, fresh and clean. The delicious mint flavors sweeten the breath, prevent acid mbuth and make smoking doubly enjoyable. It cleanses the teeth, aids appetite and digestion. Two flavors Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldg., Toronto, for free copy of quaint "MOTHER GOOSE" book illustrated in colors. Chew it after every meal C37 COUNTESS MARKIEVICZ, THE IRISH "JOAN OF Counteas MarkiGVicirat work among the poor In Dublin, She of the prominent figuies of the short lived Irish Rebellion, and with a band of rebels hold the Dublin College of Surgeons. Her death sentence waa com- muted to life impriabnraent. Dr. T. Albert Moore, general secre- ary of service activities of the leLhodist church in Canada, took a rap at gum slot machines at MAY ELIMINATE JUDGE HUGHES Chicago, June that Tloosevelt can not be nominated by the Republican convention the defensive combination of favorite son candi- dates, which is said to control about ooO votes today exerted its full ef- forts to eliminate Hughes if they can.' Iii this effort they received the en- thusiastic and united sunort of all ele- ments of the Progressive party ence yesterday afternoon. He stated that he had noticed a number In op- eration in various parts of the pro- vince. He declared that there was a' ruling of the court in this province against the operation of these ma- chines, which he said were gambling j devices pure and simple, and- urged that steps he taken to rid the province of them. The B. C. Methodist Conference will meet next year In Victoria. AT ALL STAGES OF LIFE The Medicine. Good Mre.Harold Smith Clarksburg, W. am writing to tell you the good your medicine always done aid I hope of Ittur may be the mesas of helping other woman. When I waa 16 yean old 1 caught cold and had nippreuwn for two months. I got W ly drag myxlf up the stain. I went to two doctors, then my mother got.a bottle of Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Compound and I took it I never had any more trouble and got strong fait Then I took it again before my little girl wai born and it helped me a good deal and t give the Compound the credit for it Then ipring I felt very badly again, but I took the Compound and have been well rammer. sot be grateful enough for your Mrs. EAgoLD M, SMITH, tit Water Street, Clarksburg, F. For forty yean it haa been'naklaf women strong and well, und curing hack- tche, nerrouinfM, uterine and orarUB irregularity and periodic pahih If you want ipeelal wit Lydia E. Pinkbam ;