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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE REV. JOHN McNKILL TAKES. THE HTREKT8 With Acute Indigestion, "Fruit-a-tives" Cured Me, NXWBUIY, ONt.i MA.Y agth. 1913 not medicines 'or patent medicines, but I have taken .lienrly everything, recoinnieudtfd for Indigestion and Constipation, I have been so bad with Acute Imli- geiitim tliat I was nearly in convulsions and had to be held. I have used a-tivcs" and I have not had another attack nor suffered at all with I ndigestion taking them. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only remedy I ever used that did me any good, and I am grateful to Fruit-a-tives" for making me as well as I am today, ami everyone agreei that I look in firstclasa health. My hiisband likes "Fruit-a-tivea" very and takes them whenever he has occasion to use a reniedy for Constipa- tion" MRS. D. McRAE are sold by all dealers at box, 6 for size. -5C> 'or will be sent to any address on receipt of price by Fruil-frtivea Limited, Ottawa. the eve of the reas- sembling Most Rev. Cosmo 'Gordon Lang publishes a mgst remarkable letter in which lie states that it is 1he duty of. all parties in the House 1o lift- "this grave and insistent .problem, out of the. entanglements inr 'party pride and policy and face it with a deteniiinatioii to sfwb peace and ensure it. Great excitement has been created in Toronto. Rev. John prominent Presbyterian minister, who time ago.called to Cookc's uiiurcli in Toronto, lias lately been-holding opeii -h- meetings. The above picture showV him addressing a crowd on a busy Votinge street corner. PLENTY OF IRK CAPT. KENDALL LITTLE MOTHERS R. B. .Chadwick Speaks of De- mand of Local Police Commission Mr. CUTICURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They afford a pure, sweet and economi- cal method of preserving, purify- ing and beautifying the skin, scalp and hair. For distressing eczemas, rashes, itchings. inflammations and chafings of infants, children and adults Cuticura Soap and Cuti- cura Ointment are most effective. Ointment urn loW throughout UieworSrt. A liberal unplr each, with 32-pace bockleLf.n tht we anil irMtmenc or the Bklnind tC4lp, lent 0oBt-trpe. Address Fottor Drug Client Corp.. Dept, 7K, Bostoa, U. S. A. R. B. Chadwick, Superintendent of the Department .of Delinquent, and 'Neglected' Children, and Chiei Censor of moving .pictures for the province, wag-in the city yesterday on an in- spection tour. j Mr. Chadwick states thai case j of the city' of J.ethbridgc versus the 'moving picture .men, over the PJ.V- j mcnt of a. city license, is being watched all over the province with a great deal of interest, and the out- come of the appeal will be anxiously awaited by more than municipal- ity. Id reference to the establishment of a stricter censorship, requested of the the Lcthhridge Po- lice Commission as an aid to moral influence on the young, Chadwick stated that there are jtbout 5200 films in the province at the present time, which have never been SITU hy the censors. These were al- j ready on the cLrcuil when censorship was instituted, and there is no way which they can be corralled. They are, however, being eliminated from the province at the rate oi about 25 a week, and when they are all gone, a better hold on the, films will be possible. The department is establishing a new system in coimec'tion with per- mits. Instead of attaching (.hem to Ilie film, from which they may eas- ily be removed and placed on other films not censored, the permits are issued in the form of cards bearing the name of the films censored and approved, ;md beginning July 1st these permits will accompany every film. Counsel for Stortad Gives the Story of that Boat's Action Quebec, Cune Kendall, skipper of the of Ireland, was the first witness today at the opening of the government's gation into the collision between his steamer and the Storstad in the low- er and the loss of move -than a- thousand -lives. Al Captain-Kendall still limped from the injuries he received in the disaster, lie refused a scut and faced the court on iiis feet., The examination of witnesses .was preceded by the'introduction of brief summaries, of the facts by representing the .ovvners of the two Counsel for the .Storstad declared that when'she lirst sighted the Em- press, the latter was, off the Stor- stad's port. Two minutes later the fog shut.down, the Storstad signalled the by whistle" that-she was under way EndsOneHalf iheCorns Do you know that nearly half the corns in the country are now ended in one ,way? Blue-jay takes out a million corns a month. It frees from corns legions of people daily. Since its invention it has ended sixty million corns. The vrsy it quick and easy, pain- less end efficient. Apply Blue-jay at night. From that time on you will forget the com. Then gently undermines tbf. corn. In 48 hours the loosened com out. There is no pain, no sorenesi. Don't pan your corna.' There is danger in it. it brings only brief relief. Don't old-time treatments. .They have never been efficient. Do what millions It is modern, (scientific. And it ends the com completely in an easy, pleasant way. Blue For Coras IS and 25 et Druggist! Baver Black, Yufe Mftfen of Phnicluu' "One spectator, listening to the splutter 01 the racing machines dur- deck Eni- in m astern. ing the Indianapolis race, ren.arkcd j The vessels; were then about; SuG feel "Sounds like a. baseball club eating j apart. The green light-of the Em- soup." j press appeared. Three minutes later and keeping her course, Heading west hy .south. Their statement, continued "When the whistles; of the'Empress were, lizard again, thc'Vajtc ,in charge of the -Storstad put his wheel to port while the. ship slowed down! The wheel was put bard to port and when she did riot answer it, assistance' was given' by steaming up sufficiently.' Two long blasts wore given to indi- cate that (he-vessel had lost steer- age way. About the. same time the engine room was ordered'-to go slow ahead so that the Vessel Would hot become unmanageable. The who had gone below, was called up by the mate. Me asked, "Can you see Father and the mate said that it had just been shut out by the fog. Me made no mention of the Empress and called the captain because he had asked to be called if it got foggy. "When the Captain got on he saw the mast lights uf the press three points to port. lie dlatcly ordered full steam Every package of ilEYS, SPEARMINT is now tightly sealed in a waxed wrapper that keeps all the goodness in and every particle of impurity out. New machines installed at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars in the most up-to- date and sanitary chewing gum factories in the world, are sealing this delicious, long- lasting, low-priced confection for you. the most economical of pastimes- it moistens the mouth- sweetens the whitens the agreeably eases digestion. made clean and kept clean for you in.this new air-tight seal. In no other form can you secure as much beneficial enjoy- ment for five cents. Every package tightly sealed THE PERFECT GUM Chew it after every meal MADE IN CANADA. Wra. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott Street, TORONTO the vessels came together. The mas'- the Empress disappeared. The Slor- ter of the Storstad heard a hail from j stall, blew signals to the liner, hut it Iho Empress telling him to keep go- 'did not answer. About ten minutes '-'1 TWO CHARMING EVENING GOWNS ing ahead. Me bait ordered this but found he could not keep -the collier's Tibs; in the Empress wound. The Storstad vl'as swung around until she s jwss" parallel with the liner and the collier's master was afraid his ship would struck on the port side by I the. starboard quarter of the Em- press. lie had to swing around in-, a complete; circle and in the. meantime The ft'own on the left Is in fine black laro ami dull satin, wilfii a jot r mi men I. nt Iho shoulder VC-KQ tlio constiRo. The other Is In grey I tn'fffitns mid chiffon-with a anali drapery in flowered uinon. Note the uew style ol' caii'lnga jointed tojjolher with bends. Satisfies A The Longing "IT for a Perfect Jj Cup of Coffee afterwards the master of Hie Stor- stad heard a chorus, of. cries anil headed toward, them With care, his four boats ready to launch.. The Storstsd boats saved several hundred of list' Empress survivors and manned en t'rely an Empress hnat.on its trip back to the. scene of the.wreck and another bunt Greeks and Turks Preparing for an Armed Conflict London, June 17. An exchange telegraph company's despatch from Constantinople today says a state of siege- has, bean proclaimed by the Turkish government at Smyrna in Asia Minor and along Hit Dardan- elles in order to put a stop to the emigration of Greek residents in Tur- key. The question of the expulsion or forced migration of Greeks fram Tur- kish territory lias recently been-the cause of sharp protests from the Greek government and a veiled threat of war. Both Greece and Turkey are making preparations for armed con- flict. London, June IB. Fourteen ap- peals, from Canada are before the Privy Council this term. Amongst the more important cases is that of Halifax City vs. Nova Scotia Car Works, the respondents claiming e.v- cmption from taxation regarding sew- j er construction. The. Dominion attorney general and the Alberta atiurney general opptoij one another before the council over the. reference to the supreme court by the governor-general concerning Alberta Railway Amendments Act. The Dominion attorney general intervenes in the litigation wherein the John Deere R'ow company is ap- pellant, raising the point as to whe- ther certain provisions of -the British Columbia Companies Act are ultra- vires. Other appeals are Wills versus Cen- tral Railway, and Coalcs versus Sov- ereign Hank. Several important judg- ments are ready for delivery, includ- ing the. Quebec marriage case, Van- couver Hallway Bridges cases and Railway Hoard's power over joint freight rates between Canada and the UnUcil Stales. The privy council today dismissed two Ilritish Columbia appeals, 13. C. I'Jlcctric versas Gentile, and United Huildings versus Vancouver City. FARMER COMMITS SUICIDE Nctberhljl, Snsk., Juno ItZHimmons, a wealthy farmer of this community, committed suicidu last ulght. AThree Month'sTrip Abroad Suppose you sail a week from today. The first thing you think the first thing you discuss with your the first thing you to provide ample funds from wife and family can meet household expenses while you are away. Other mat- ters might claim your attention, but family affairs would receive special consideration. Sooner or later may be- you will sail out into the on that journey from which no traveller returns. Now, man fro man, are you satisfied with the provision you have made for the support of your wife and kiddies after you're gone? Sit down now and write us to explain -how an Imperial Accelerative Endowment policy will meet your family'a expenses in cue anything should happen to yon find how it will provide an incomn to support yourself m comfort should you live to old age. We'll send the information by return mail. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE tt. Wilkie, TORONTO LtdibrMfe ;