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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERA'LD The ideal laxative for women and children Gentle but sure No Inftredicnt in Resall Orderlies is in the slightest dcftrec harmful or Injurious. Even the most delicate child can lie ftivcn Uciall Orderlies, for they arc sale, easy to ad- minister and mild In action. No ouier laxative is so good for children. Made in Canada and sold in metal boies at_jOc Pleasant to take RpTnll Orderlies arc a specific for constipation forocoplc of all aura because, hiivinft a tonic on the bowels, their use tends to restore time organs to their normal activity. Theyare particularly recommended (or wom- en during pregnancy and after child-birth. and each, at Reiall Stores only, on their W Today from Sold by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited IFIGHTING AT LA BASSEE i OF THE FIERCEST KIND SAYS LOCAL RESERVIST Pristine Purity ______________ immmmtmmmmmimm I'. I'iiliird "I liah had calibre and machine tuns and 'Hundreds of the poor lellows la letter Irolll his brothel, A. I.. I U- wm, been blow. .....to nieces they could Rel t< .liircl, of H'T'il i -iiui wliii tills ill'1' rci' irX a reservist, Mr. IMta Aloiinlcd I'oljcc d in tins division- l It'll IT is writt Mmtan 1 nndon He a line i i in the right arm. N i have got my othci igct this. i Well, t will tell I wounds. I was in Post near Ui Has-' ami i-sheil burst ab'out t from v.ilh the l my Jacc very bad'} le'rs and got nine right-arm, one jiicc! my muscle by the .u, 1 down Hie arm lower end oF Inc unr.i-, vou I was in i! the woiindK arc iiii Kulli an.o.lKSl lo lei dn'ibt ie.u-r before and thr think i .Iher' tell you a we the Herman trendies by our so trc.'S neiiis routed up wn hundreds oi yards, i all have lo n'lit tryiiiK to ill I hat awful week, The standard we have set ourselves demands that shall always contain only the finest, freshest young leaves, Black, Mixed and Green 11 nil about HIV the Observation ..n llie ntli "i German iMnc i, thai 1 had i-.ii uitli splin- if shell entering mini, and out at the le. I can assure condition fully expected j .1111 Rlad In say icticallv healed if'the Kl) CAPTAIN OF LUSLTANIA up now, with tlicvvccir.i-.ii through my muscle, ami that iim on Krc.it. il is hi-alins tin -.11 danger is past now. Vou v, that; when i tell you inlv having dry dressings k it is mur and li un- .liat I in mv ellnus bone has not i X-rayed jUile clean. 0, iv and i shall be out! yins to fict a back to the iiirse. 1 shall "Dirty hands of insensate greed" Pick Commissions from War Contracts Toronto, June 10- The loronto Telegram (Conservative) has a ston from its own reporter in .vow i City from which the tolloiving arc prominent paragraphs "One clothing manufacturer in <-hi- caso has sixteen hundred hands de am arm now. I mini- the way 1 escaped. I been touched. I ha iwite and the bone i tours'? my arm is stiri, but with very soon, and 1 am leave before being si firing line again. O: not go back there yi I N'o doubt you ha'.i pers about the lipht Massed'recently. there lias been sncn history of the world 1 that quarter. The suited there on tin 1 and lasted right tlr up till the nest Sunday It is a week Ihat 1 si all never' 'forget, such sishts I noer iwnht lo see again. 'I'hcy tried to use that poisoned gas there, hut 1 lancy 1 tnc wind was in the direction. I shall never the stream ol MTU ill II around i don't think nnhliiij; in He as there was in lieavy linhtinfi !llh, (K the week when I At the right is Captain Turner, commander ot theWg Cunarder h.cl her fate by a German lorpedo. captain Is to a little group In Liverpool. 1 POUND-250 CUPS Six Cups for One Cent Is by far the most economical tea and the richest, most satisfying in flavor. Ask definitely fon- Blue Ribbon. Send this Advertisement with 2S cents -to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Write name and address Blainly. j-bvenuiH'nts rnuld have into touch with the manmac.ucers Canada through the "isc aCliMtj ol the Borden government. The Borden government largely, if not whollv, abdicated its right to deal with Franco-Russian purchasing agents on behalf of the Canadian maniiiactur- manufacturers who sought orders liad no means ot gel- tine in touch with Franco-Russian purchasing agents who sought sup- ..____J-..J Of COI1- plies. Incorporated tract jobbers did get in touch with these Franco-Russian purchasing ag- Individuals more or less prom-; Organize FRONT PAGE. ihcv wcce beitiff given nothing, it ail had to he- the Conserva- tive government taking care to lie SPClirCll liCllS. He 'i mil thai in the' past the Liberal i party when in power, bad helped settlers when I hey had been d or drieil out. He had been the oi Ihe'iiovciiii'.ient in'power at tou-a to thc need oi relief for tawa to the need settlers o! .Southern Alberta. ettlers o .oue Hon. A. .1. -McLean in a few well lion. a. -Ml i" 'chosen words promised to the farm- inently mdentifled crs' that the provincial government, Mann undertakings in the past arc i member, had the behind at least one oi the es o. IK. that serve as a means of conmiuiu- larraL cation between the purchasing agents I .at c s, of French and Russian governments i.. KAISEK VISITS HEADQlAKTEKS OF CKOWN TEIXCE mililaiv .headquarters of the Crown Pnnce In Hie ight.is Prince Oscar, second son of the Kaiser tie Kaiser, next to him the Crown Prince. At .he extreme r and manufacturers o! Canada. Krtitorially, under the heading 'the Telegram says.: been done in thc past. Election of Officers nrocreilin'rs regarding the or- the Telegram says: (i. F. "Thanks, in part, to the selt-c f.acc- ganizat. o n n b n jn mm_ ment of Sir George Fosters depart-1 olo I anL.llt. president, and j ment oi trade and commerce, the, n.Uon jn Franco-Russian trade opening The result of, comes an 'aperture' through i.-n ilion was dirty hands ol -insensate'-greed are tie ru stretched to pick its twenty-five 1er ,u. H the contend- j cent, commissions out oi the j vinK helrt their sup-1 of the Franco-Russian government, or., HIE faUions naiinb out of the profits of Canadian manii- Uacturevs. I.-j Canada utterly mcap- v____...... M- enthusias. "An Old Man At 40" future trade rance an on the bedrock- of honcslj The 'c ernmcnls of France and Russia woulc I. .ianu., of m.rte-s well ill hand, and the count showed 57 fir anl1 for ner Mr Xnlan was thereupon de-1 ,.jr.ii.d ami by 'nis enthusias- ,oners lie was picked up and i to the chair. I .....rnlnrv of the association! It represents 25 Votes in the Boys and Girls, do you see this Label! Boys aim wins, t Label Campaign and will greatly Help you to win a beautilul Gold atch. LABl UNION 4Irg retain his oilicc. Th" ii'cclin.g then setlled down to a harmonious and united gather.ng an.l the balance of the olT.cials were e'reled nnanimously. They were: L Cospe'r, vices-president, and: k..an execiilive committee oi thirteen i consistins of the following members rob! lk-Mlisler, lirian McAndrews, Podoll, Rnbt. Uulhvcn, Kearns, J. K. I'avies, .1. A. n C Unestad, J. A. Harris, W. t Unei John Bert Button and 'Pcrcv Love.. Merchants, do you see the above Label! H it is not on your Printing yon have not the guarantee that the job was done in a fair shop or ID ot the persons areuitercslert in the Union Printing Trade in.Leth- bridge. What does this mean (o yon! Shop at MONTREALWANTS 'A COOL MILLION FROM THE C.P.R. Montreal, Que, June 13.-Sleps are lieiug ..alien at. the. city., hall to find .out if the city possesses legal means of-collecting from, the C.P.It. which the company is said to owe llie rily as compensation for being ill-lowed" to erect what is now the Place Yiaer station, one of thc three sta- tions built liv (he C.P.R., now in use. According lo'information before the 'ooarrt of control, a deed was drawn between the cilv .and the C.P.R. m .1885 11" which the corporation agreed i to allow the- -erection- -of what .was I hen known us the-Garc de L'fe-st. if Ue company paid S1.000.000 as com- inensation and. fulfilled, various other Agreed Mrs. tinasss. who had married twice was bellioanins her fate. "I shall nev- er cease to resjret till! death ot nu first she exclaimed. "N-or I. replied Mr. Gnasss How often you lienr thai vcninrk! How mnny such men there are! And jiow nppd- ]ess it is! Wrong food is the big cause. When one feels old nt forty the first'thing is correct improper diet. The main fault with the dietary-is often a luck of the vital mineral salts in food. Without these mineral elements old age steals on rapidly. To meet this very condition a food was devised which supplies those mim-val 'ele- ments such as phosphorus, iron, sulphur., etc. Thai, food, is Grape-Nuts Mad. of whole and bsrley, this delicious food retains '.II the nutriment Of these-grains, tofl.th.r with th. priceleM min- sral lacking in w hit, flour the to build and maintain vigor and elasticity of body, brain atid muscle. one- can avoid this "old-agc-at-40" business by.p'roper ..ting and living. There's a Reason" For Grape-Nuts 1IA-OE IX CANADA -sold liy Grocers every where. Canadian I'ostum, Cereal Co., Lld..-Windsor. Ont. ;