Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, .TUNE 10, I91f> THE LETlinniDGF. DAILY I1KRALD PAGE SEVEN "IFEELUKEH TRUIT-ArTIVESI' Brought Tha Joy Of Health After Two Suffering MADAM LAPLANTE Jo SI. lloso St., Montreal. April 4th For over years 1 was sick and miserable. J sulVereil from constant JJeadacheSi'and had Palpitation of If cart so badly Hint 1 feared 1 Id dii Tlniru seemed io be a lump in my stomach und the Constipation was dreadful. I .sufi'cjrcd from Pain in (lie liafk and Kidnty Disease. I was trunliKi by a physician for a year 'and a half and ho did mo no good at all. 1 tried Fniil-a-tivcs sis a. last resort. After using- threo boxes, 1 was greatly improved and twelve boxes nuidc me ivull. Now 1 eau work all day and Ihrrc are no Headaches, no Palpitation, no Heart Trouble, no Constipation, no 1'ain or Kidney Trouble and I feel like a new it was "Fniit-a-Uves" llmt my health MADAM AimiUK.LAP [jANTE. a box, (i for trial' size, 25c. At .ill dealers or scut postpaid by Fruit- a-lives Limited, Ottawa. FRECKLES Now is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots no longer the slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply set an ounce of ble any druggist and apply a little of it night and morn- Ing and you should aoon see that even worst freckles have begun to dis- appear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely, ft is seldom that more than one ounce is needed to com- pletely clear the flkln and gnin a beautiful clear 'complexion.1 Be sure to ask for the double filrtfngthj'otliine as this ts sold under giiarante'6'afimcmey back'if it'fails to remove' freckles. Faces Deficit-Confer- ence Discusses It, Also Sit- uation of Macleod Church One question that has been agitat- ing l.ho mimlH of the Alberta loaders of Methodism was concerning the finan- cial Trinity church, Calgary. I hat line edifice biiiit several years igo when financial prospects were rosy now lias a problem before it, md at the sumo time the whole as- j poet of the district surrounding the cliurcli has changed. The missionary society of the Methodist church through Us church und parsonage fund, came to the rescue temporarily, however, and.Dr. .1- H. Rfddell with Mr. Gushing explained a scheme to the recent -Alberta conference where- by Mie sum of was to be bor- rowed for the term of three years, so as to give the church trustees tim.. got on their feet. Scheme to Ralee Money Endorsed The Conference heartily endorsed the scheme. During the year the uues- tfcui of the Methodist church at Ath- abasca was also dealt with, and 12 hidmonto 11 men magnanimously lent ?iiOO each to assist that church tempor- arily over its difficulties. The same fund in prospect will relieve those twelve men of their personal obliga- tions. The Methodist church at Macleod also had financial difficulties during the year, which 'are becoming satisfac- torily adjusted. H was thought by the conference that there was great cause for congratulation that there were not more financial difficulties encounter- ed through the extraordinary exper- iences the conference has gone, through during the year. The Rev. Dr. Huestis, secretary ol the Lord's Day .alliance for Alberta and British Columbia, spoke regarding the work of the alliance, in reply to the report which waft presented by the Lord's Day committee. Hr. Hues- tis congratulated the province on its observance of the lord's Day act and said that there had been a great im- provement during the past year. The conference heartily endorsed the part of the report which approved of the women's branch ftt! the St. John Am- j bulance society, Edmonton, which has j CLARK'S Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce placed on r ciety, Ed record It ts refusal to accept Cheese. Try It, It's Deliciou .ny monies which maybe collected as the result of 'Sunday concerts or en- tertainments. CLARK, LIMITED MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL Fulls Under Wheels of Breaking Town Grows Fast Traverv June '6.-- Kain, und more rain. We had another delude on Sun- day night and Monday lorx-noon. If begins to look as we would need u drainage system iustoad of irrigation in this part of the country. 'Grain looks good and is growing, hut tin; weather IH very cool making growth Blow in all lines of vegetation. Quito a lot of breaking is being done and is is a fine season for that work, as there is plenty of moisture and no inosijuitos to trouble man or 1-onst. Travors ball team wont to Hi.chant on Sunday to play, but the game had only started when a heavy rainstorm put a stop to it. Everybody wont home hap.uy in the rain, except the man with no Our town is steadily increasing, sev- eral new buildings are going up this week with more to follow sooii. Alec Clark is building a residence in the east end of town' and we hear that Mr. Myers will buiid bis borne there too. (toy Witting 1ms enlarged his shop and is putting in a stock of. gro- ceries. The post office has changed masters again. It Is now moved to the norti. side of Main street in the store of Galifbrd and Itanishaw. .Mr. May, the former postmaster is leaving and will locate in SuIIield. The Charter family have had quite a selge of the measles, five children sick with it. Mr.-Dahl's family is also down with the disease and Mrs. Gran- thum has been very sick for several days with measles.. A little son.'of Clias. Taylor came very near losing his life last week by being run over, by the breaking plows on an engine. He tried to get on tiie platform while the machine was working and slipped off under the wheel, his head was badly hurt, face cut and bruised, but he is doing well under the care of Dr. Woodcock. We had two special trains last week as our regular trains are unable io do the work required. The regular Monday train is changed now and will hereafter arrive oil Tuesday until further notice. Carl Greenmau can ask more ques- tions in a few -minutes than anyone we hax'e seen lately. He is the cen- enumerator'for this line of town- ships between the How rivers. Many new automobiles are being bought here lately, several -farmers liave just purchased and if j the crop Is anywhere near as good this year as t was last, all' the farmers can own autos if they want them. Winnipeg, .June the Presby- terian general assembly, Rev. Dr. June. monthly re-! Robert Campbell has stated that less port of Secretary Cumniing's, FORBID DOCKERS GOING ON. STRIKE London, June official com- munication giyen out yesterday an- nounced that the government has de- cided to apply to the Liverpool docks that section. of the munitions of war act which provides that no employer may declare a lockout, and that no employee may go on strike. is now at its highest mark this year.' CQl.! than .Presbyteries t t. I in such a decisions lections -and .disbursements of the i on the qliestion or "church, union Consolidated Patriotic fund for the can be used. The ..committee to de- Fernie district diminution cide the issue is'made of the patriotism which''prompts HiejHev. Dr. R. ,W. Ross, Prof.. Bieler> stay-at-homes to help, to look -after P. GrantTru.ro, N. those ".lost" their (Ihief -sup-1 or. j. H.. Turnbull, Ottawa; Dr. porters who are at the frojit or ,on D London; Rev. ,T. W. Stev- their'way there. The collections for Revelstoke, B. C.; Rev. H. the month, of'May total ?27Q3.42, and Feir, Russell, Man.; and Hon. W. R. ibis sum forwarded to the I Motherwell; Hegina, Sask.; A. M. Canadian Patriotic f und, "at Victoria, [praser, Winnipeg and Prof. Matheson. less the ?340.00 distributed to''Red A 'favorable-decision from .this com- J Cross and to the Tobacco fund, in ac- lue church union cordance with-previous distributions, [cause handed to the different soc-1 jn- connection' with the revision of leties In the district. v V an arrangement was made to The river is. again on the Viaei and Rev.Vjqseph Wood, who rep- j resents the .'Presbytery- of Trinidad. Financial Reports An interesting-feature of the morn-j ing session was the presentation of the reports of the' finance committees of the eastern and western sections of the" clirirchT The eastern-section em- braces the maritime provinces, and the western department everything west of Quebec and Including, that prov- ince. The reports showed that the eastern section had permanent funds to the amount of and the western department permanent funds totalling Rev, Dr. Soniervllle stated that the invested funds yielded .about per cent. He also stated that the church held certain stocks, but that it nev- er bought securities. The stocks, ho said, were obtained MEXICANS HANGED Deming, N. M.F June Alvarez and Juan Sanchez, two Villa followers captured during the raid on Columbus, N. M., on March 9th, were hanged at 6.30 this morning. The men were hanged singly. Twice a Day for Half theYear OOMEONE has to attend to the furnace; most people look on it as an irritating, dusty job. It need riot be. It is not, if you have a Sunshine Furnace. Shaking down the Sunshine Furnace dues not raise a dust. The fine ashes are drawn up the chimney; there is never that fine sprinkling of dust that lights on everything in the. basement, and even Hoots up through the house. No. That is one thing the owner of a Sunshine Furnace never has to contend with. The Sunshine is as clean as a piece of furniture. There are extra sturdy grates that turn with a long handle to crush with ease the hardest clinkers. A slight rocking that hardly requires stooping, cleans down the ashes. The ashes fall as the grates are shaken, for the sides of the lire-pot are straight. This saves bother and heat; because if ashes bank up around the fire-pot they stop the radiation of heat. The nshes come out in a big ash-pan. There is no shovelling or spilling ashes about. And the door is large, as it should be for convenience in firing up. Or if need be, a large chunk of wood will go through this door. The dampers can be operated from the rooms above. This saves you the nuisance of running up and down stairs to shut off the drafts and open up the check damper. Sunshine Would you like to have definite information about the cost of installing a Sunshine Furnace in your home? Send thfe coupon for our booklet "Sunshine." At the same time, if you wish to know what it will cost to heat your own home, our Heating Engineer will tell you. He will ihow you how to plan, the distribution of heat so as to tfet the utmost warmth from the coal you burn. No, there is no charge. Simply address him at lithe Sunshine Fui Also fpnns fi elm stall a system tltut will p order Toronto Winp-ipeg Hamilton Saskatoon Edmonton SLjolm.N.B. Sold by Geo. Dixon Co. work has been held back by the wet weather, the man enthusiastic, and I get not only healthy occupation during convalescence, and valuable instruction, but also, if the season pCalgary, June work of. pro- js st all favorable, some financial pro- viding for the re-educatioa of Under the leadership of abled soldiers is progressing satisfactorily. Perry, who is president of the club, the men have organized the club in thoroughly businesslike way. Mr. At the Odgen Convalescent Home Reader, city park superintendent, has the members of the garden club- busy this week-end probable also that arrangements may planting the .gar dent While this j be made whereby Mr. Harcourt, in- structor in horticulture, faculty of. ag- riculture, at University of Alberta, will also give a series' of lectures. The poultry club organized in a similar way, with a membership of 2n, is already doing business. A num- ber of hens chickens are still to be purchased. Anyone having pure breed hc-ns or chickens for sale should communicate with ilr. Perry at the convalescent home. The secretary- treasurer of the poultry elub has al- ready made deposits to the credit of the from the sale of strictly fresh eggs. Tiie poultry houses and runs will be completed in a few .fiays. The club has arranged for a system- atic distribution of responsibility among members, so that each member must bear his share of respon- sibility. -Mr. Foley, provincial poultry specialist, is arranging to give a ser- ies of lectures illustrated with lant- ern slides, and also to discuss the men from time to time the proti- Involved in poultry raising; The trap nest system is being in- so that each hen will have to give an account of her own accom- and not secure shelter and food on the reputation of her neigh- you. know about The Letter BRAND In 1 and 2 pound cana. atlto Fine Ground lor Pcrco- j '171 BO. F. A. PICNIC of (lie most successful'. 17- P. A. picnics yet recorded grave, six miles from-Carmangay, yesterday, at which there was an immense crowd. Over 200 autos .'passed through the gates which is considered a reroid for farmers' picnics. Tho.programme included two ball games, the first won by JackmahV-Mule's" against Plain- field, and the second a very exciting contest between I and Ghamulori, was won by.tChampion-In the ninth.i.nning'atfer two men .were out. There were also horae races and foot races and bowery dance. fiO.OOO pounds of haddock and full sliiiipaii to feisey by the, .Maritime Fish Corporation in one tl Safeguarding Lethbridge Milk Supply Lethbridge now has a perfectly equipped plant, ensuring absolutely clean and taiFe milk cream. Our newly-installed Clarifier completes a perfect and; modern plaint. Our Milk is Pasteurized The Xew York Milk Committee says that babies have gained in' weight, have .kept well and in every way given that pasteur- ized milk is not inferior hi food value or cliges- Hibilify to raw milk. Pasteurization is the only guarantee ol safely, and there are.no valid ob- jections to it. As sliowji by the quotations from flic Medical Health Officer's report, the, Board of Health advise the public to pasteurize and clarify all in ilk. No epidemic of disease has ever been traced to Milk. The Provincial Government urges the Pasteurization of Cream for Butter Making. There must be a reason. The Medical Health Officer I should, therefore, like to advise that during the months of July, Aug- ust and September ail milk given to infants be pasteurized. It can be done at home by those acquainted with the process and determined to carry out in every detail, but all cannot do this. However, it can he purchased. The Crystal Dairy has a plant for that purpose. I have examined it thoroughly, and it is up to date iu every respect, with the exception that they have no clarifiur. There are two requisites lo perfect milk, viz., clean- liness and safety. Milk from the milk farm may be clean, and it may not. Passage through the clarifier removes all possibility of dirt. It is clean, but still ,not safe. The milk passes from the clarifier to the pasteurizer where it is kept at a heat of P 142 dee. to P. 145 deg. for'thirty minutes. This kills all harmful bacteria and renders it safe. From there it passes over the cooler into the storage tank, and is then ready for bottling, both clean and safe. The management of the Crystal Dairy assure me that before the summer months, when pasteuri- zation Is so necessary, 'they will in- stal a clarifier. When this is install- ed, I can confidently recommend their'product to the public. I may say that In many large" cities the muni- J clpality has .installed pasteurization J plants, and all milk IB compelled pass through one of them before be- ing sold. Our Milk is Clarified v- Clarification adds to the safety of raw milk because along tissue it removes large, numbers of.bacteria which cause udder inflam- mation. .'Such .bacteria may be .harmful, es- pecially to children and infants. Clarification thoroughly cleanses milk of udder waste, for- eign and 'impure matter it may contain with- out affecting its'butter fat or other normal con- stituents. Ion to d All our Bottles and Cans are Sterilized. You are absolutely safe with our Products. THE DAIRY, Limited U.nith nf tlm fnhimifi "flarlvlp" TrA f'rj'iiin. PhOlWS 531 13th Klrcet, Honth. Makers of the famous "Carlyle" Brand Ice Cream. 157fi.