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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE M, 1010 THK LETHBRIDGF, DA1U" HKIULD PAGE FIVE f if you To Cure Nerves, Stomach, Kidneys. Dr. Cassell's '1'ablets arc a genuine remedy for all forms of nerve, stomach, I- and kidney trouble in old or young. They arc composed of carefully chosen ingredients, each one of which has definite restorative action on the nerve centres controlling the various processes of life; and thus they give new activity to the bodily organs, and now vitalitv to the entire system. Dr. Ramsay Colics, P. of the City of Dublin, a man o[ high eminence in the scientific world says 1 have great pleasure in expressing my satisfaction as to the curative effect of Dr. Cassell's Tablets in cases of nerve troubles. Froin several cases which have lately come under uiy notice I am able to form the opinion that Or. Casscll's Tablets constitute a safe and reliable family remedy, and appear to be specially effective for nerve and hodilv weakness." Dr. Cassell's Tablc'ts are Nutritive, Restorative, Alterative and Anti-Spasmodic, and of grca real >ystems in old and Therapeutic value in all derangements of the Nerve and Functional oryounc. They are the iceogniaxl modern home remedy for Nervous Breakdowi Spinal Paralysis. Infantile Paralysis. Rickets, St. Vitus' Dance, Anaemia. Sleeplessness. Kidney Disease. Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag. Headache, Palpilation. Wasting Diseases, Vital'Exhaustion, Loss of Flesh, and Premature Specially valuable for Nursing Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Lite. Dniugisls ant] Dealers tliroiislinut Canada sell Dr. fasscll's If nnt procurable in your city send to the r.ole agents, Harold F. Ritchie Co... Ltd.. 10. McCaul Street, Toronto; one tuco 50'cents, six tubes for the price of five. War Tax Kxtra, 2 cents per tube. Sole CaxstU'K Co.. IM.. Manchester. KM. I BcrlTTi. via London, June ing the day tlierc a number of spasmodic attempts to organize diiin- oiiKtratlonB in favor of Dr. iMeb- knecht. Crowds ttmcH invad- ed the IJntor Don Linden or gathered In the workins quarters in northern Berlin and elsewhere. The police, however, o very where were on t he- alert and kept crowds moving or dispersed them. Numerous arrests were made. Thus far no serious (rouble has been reported from any- where in Germany. ME SEME ON London, June Premier AKiiuilli made his promised statement in the j house of commons regarding proced- lire of the -.var oiT'co toward conscien-: uous objectors to military service j wno had committed offences in this j connection. All men v.-ho honestly I jected to military service, said tlie premier, outfit be able to avail themselves ot liie exemption privileg- es, Ihose who put forward the plea of j ironscientious objection as a cloak to cover indifference to respond to the national call, ought to be treated with j the utmost vigor. i Thfe premier announced that jieiiu- i ine conscientious objectors who mi-1 dertook to perform work ot national importance would cease to be the sub- jects of military discipline. j THE BLESSING OF A HEHIW BODY r. Not Mad An Hour's Sickneil Since Taking GET A fREE SAMPLE; name aJdrtu end 5 tar pasfap, fie., 10 Ht'oli F. Kittlim Co.. Lid., 10, UlcCmui Sfral, frrtfl lamf-ie irill be mailed you trie of dmrgr. MANAGING DIRECTOR j OF MERCHANTS BANKj .Montreal, Jinn; F. Mebden j general manager of the Merchants' i Bank of Canada, was elected at a j meeting uf the directors today to the j direct orate, and subsequently ait- j pointed to the newly-created nosi- j lion of managing director. D. MacArow, who has been local mana- ger for a. number of years, was ap-j pointed general manager. Both ap-j pointments become effective, at once.} LIEUT.-COL. HOLMES Cunmutndincj Olliccr of the KJlii 0. M. R. now enroiile overseas QBEIS 1TRIUN SE Of Interest to the FARMER that, on these four staples alonn the farmcrc of Western Canada produced a wealth of DUKE AT KEN.ORA Kenoni, Out.. .Mine Dukc- nncl Duchess of Conn'aught and their GERALD INGS DEAD FROM DIPHTHERIA High River, Alta., June 2S.-Cior.iW IIIEEJ died last night at his home at Among the other matters affecting the city and district to recei tion at the "noard of trade Thursday was the day trai atten- meeting service MR. MARRIOTT 73 Lees Ave., Ottawa, Ont., August 9th, 1915. T think it ray duty to teil you what.; Fruit-a-tives11 has done for Three years ago, 1 began to feel run-; down and tired, and suffered very much from _ Liver and Kidney Trouble., Having read of I thought I would try them. The result, was surprising1. During: the Jtt years past, I have lakon them regularly and would not change for anything. I have not had an hour's sickness since T com-: mcnccvl using: and T know now wlmt I haven't known for a good many that is, the blessing of .1 healthy body and clear thinking WALTER J. MARRIOTT.- 50c. a.box, 6 for trial sise; 25c.; At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt: of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. inion should look into tlie matter of labor and employment for returned soldiers after the war and stated that in all probability a conference on, this question would be held at Ottawa sometime during the coming fall. This was tlio last meeting to be held in the Lethbridge hotel under tho management of HE. Mtebach an informal favorable mention was I made of the ntertainment provided for tbo board since the weekly lun- cheon plan was inaugurated. .WHO'S GOT THE MONEY? A A recent issue of "The Magnet" a by the livestock and Calgary printer's.house-organ has. the Money, money. who's got tho money? In our childhood days we played the Kiitne to another ton, button, who's- got tho You remember lliat old pretending, where some supposed treasure was hidden, anil as we hunted it wo wens "hot'? or "cold" according as we were near or far i'rnm its discovery? Could there have been any more subtle sa- tire on oui- later life; the treasure we EO urgently seeK; the warm plow of success when ,WR think it within our grasp; the cold gloom of disappoint- ment when we find it has eluded us? Some of- us have grown wiser with the years, and found Hint there is an inner success, which sometimes eau- uot he seen for what is generally call- ed failure, but which supports the soul lilte the hidden springs at the root i ot the great trees in the mountains. tlle farrael- lint most of us join in the hue and got the FAMOUS.FOOTBALL PLAYERS KILLED IN RECENT ACTION London. Eng., June the j Reading and Queen's Park Rangers' j half-back, has been killed in action.-in the recent lighting in Northern Fra being the first professional in the footballers' battalion to give his life for his country. The latest casual- ty list also contains the names among tue wounded of Gregson (Grimsb; Town) Haiiney (Manchester City) and Foster the last two .betas burifd as a result of a mine explos ion. (dude the millions of dollars represent- dairyHTg lustries, or the additional millions included in'the root, fruit and garden crops. The creameries Saskatch- ewan 1'or instance, produced more but- j FRECKLES AUSTRIANS ARE PANIC termilk and ice cream last year than j NOW ;a the Time Rid of These their total production amoiintetfto six j x Ugly Spots years ago. The milk, butter and I _____ j .j. cheese production of Alberta for no longer tlio slightest was valued at over eleven million dol- ashamed of your freckles, lars... The potato crop of the three ;ng prescription London, June Aus- trians are clamoring for the abandonment of the Verdun offensive by the Germans and' sending of more troops to the Austrian1 front. provinces was worth five millions and a half. Corn and tively new crops, charged with tre- mendous possibilities to guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply get an ounce of ble any druggist and ____ _ mflorins serious deter- the last two meet ings. The chair- Cation from wind and weather. man of the legal section reported that j _ this committee must be appointed at' i the annual meeting when the officers, A'as-1 fcr pot- and council are elected. The matter! son. ami died while'drinking beer out is-therefore laid on the table uie j the first meeting in the new year, ,_... j A communication from the minister; m_m of trade and commerce outlining a plan whereby representatives at the various centres throughout the Dom- EIGHT-YEAR-OLD SOY SHOOTS BABY SI STEP. Prince Albert, Sask., June Annie threo old daughter ot a fanner living north west of the city, was killed on Sat urday by the discharge of a .22 rifle The fatality occurred on the farm o: Peter H. Valkenburg, 14 miles north west of Prince Albert OR the Wilr Rose trail, when g-year-old Peter kenburg shot his sister Annie in Uu 'head. The shooting was accidental. HAIL INSURANCE apply a little of it. night and morn- ing and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to rtis over a round million. Even you didn't know we raised (the bee kind) in this country did you? Manitoba produced lOn.QOO (appear, while the lighter ones have pounds in Ifllo. and tliere isn't a bee vanished entirely. It is seldom that in the province that doesn't swear ninre than one ounce is needed to cbm- he's a better honey-sorter than clear the skin and gain i thing in California That's where the money is: in the Washington. I bcautiVul clear complexion. money, has got the Lei, us not. look to the banks for mbiiey. Banks do not produce wealth; merely custodians of it. All the hanks in the world never pro- duced enough to buy a breakfast. They gather wealth: buy it, sell' it, deal in it, lend it but they do not produce it. The Government does not produce money. It can stamp "One Dollar" on ti slip of white paper, and we accept it at a dollar's worih, but neither the paper rior the print iuir are worth a copper. .What gives it value is the promise of. tlie.people of Canada'which stands behind the printed slip, and our faith in that promise. Trade of form employs wealth, hut does not. produce it. You know the-story of the-two-inen wreck- "ed oil the desert island. They had fifty .dollars. r.ach, anil being of a jittio ticalvtw.entietli-centuiy turn of mind..} bejrftn tn trade wlfh each oilier. Kadi hail certain salvage from ini ftTecU. Ll_ which they bought and sold back and forth. They .were boosters, both of 4 Jheni.and they.dld a thriving -But at the end of the year they bad I exactly what they started with, some- what.le.HE valuable for wear and tear .of its change of "ownership. .Then a great thought pa me to them. Instead of trailing their tools they began to, dig (lie earth with them. They planted seeds. They cut down trees and hewed them into shape. They knotted their1 -wrapping cord Into nots and drew them across the la- ROOMS of the island. They dug in the hillftf'de find brought out coal and min- ernls and straightway their needs were supplied.1 They had found the secret! of wealth. j Now. do you Know who's got the money? Let us mil i( into figures. The i farmers of Alberta. Saskatchewan andj Manitoba last year raised i bushels of wheat. If we lake for I a 'erago' ?5 cents a. bushel in Man! 81 cents in Saskatchewan and j T9 cents In Alliortn the season's wheat. crop..: wns worth dollar: Add .to this an oat crop of bushels, worlfi H barley f 01 of S 2 I'00 b 1 Is o tl SI and a flax crop of Oft hiinhalfl worth and you find who was too slow to get into the cities when the rest of .us saw short- cuts to wealth; who hadn't imagina- tion enough to think a man can make money without earning it, and who was too dull to know that hara work is foolish. Well, he has the laugh now. Likewise the-money. 73e Rlire lo ask for the double strength othine as this is sold under i guarantee of .money back if it fails to j remove freckles. DISCUSS LAND SETTLE- MENT Ottawa, June A confer- ence of 'exceptional importance will be held in Ottawa the sec- ond week" in July. Sir. James Lotighecd, as chairman of the economic and development com- mission and with the approval of the government, has invited representatives from every provincial government for a conference in Ottawa .to meet Sir Rider Haggard and discuss tlie finest ion of land Eottle- incut for returned soldiers. Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it noy-i. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phone 1191 LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WESTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO, Assets over Will have experienced adjusters in Leth- bridge and losses will be paid Immediately. If you do not have the cash now see us and" we will care for-you until fall. Write Box 264, Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying districts. M. P. Johnston Company 'Happy Farmer SEE THIS TRACTOR Galgary Fair Alberta distributors Jack Blair Co. Phone 1544. Lethbridge, Alta. Air. Farmer, when you buy SEED GRAIN, you'get the best. When you buy HAIL INSURANCE, also get the it costs no more. sind in event of. loss, you get full payment. The British-America (Strongest Canadian) Assets and the" Home Insurance of Ifew York, Assets 81 GUARANTEE Lowest Rales, Prompt Adjustment, Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL W. F. 'NELSON COMPANY, 416 5th Street South TELEPHONE 1214. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P. O. BOX 384. the r DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Asaets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI. CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF W I L S O IN S K E I T H C. P. R. Lands and General .Insurance SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. The C. B. Bowman Agency ESTABLISHED 1891 Hail Insurance A Policy with it "Good as the Golden Grain itlclf." Send to- jay for full particulars. WE ALSO WRITE FIRE, LIFE AMD ACCIDENT INSURANCES AND AND GUARANTEE BONDS. ACADIA BLDG. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1325 UNRESEREVD AUCTION SALE Of High Grade Farm Stock Implements AT BRIER BURN RANCH SEC. 13, TP. 7, RG. 2, 5 MILES FROM COWLEY, 2 MILES SOUTH OF ,12 MILTS FROM PINCHER CREEK, ON MONDAY, JULY COMMENCING.AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. LIVE Team mares aged, weight 2750 1 age 9 and weight 2760; 1 team, age 4 and S, weight 2600; 1 team gelding? aged 5, weight 2400; 1 team geldings, ago 2 and 3, weight. 2400; T gelding, standard bred, aye 7, noight 1100, 1 mare with foal, standard bred, age 9, weight 1100; 21 cows with calves; 7 cows in calf; 5 two-year-old steers; 9 yearlings. McCormack binder, S Coot; 1 .motfgr; I sulky rake; J. drill; 1 sulky plow; 1 disc plow; 1 disc harrow; 1. land roller; 1 iron harrow; 1 lumber wagon; 1 democrat; 1 buggy; 1 pair bob sleighs; 1 f.vc-horse evcner; 1 four-horse- evener; 1 three-horse evener; 2 sets 2-horse eveners; 1 hay .rack, 3 rolls barb wire; pile lumber; chains and shovels; forks; 3 sets harness: l set driving harness; broken sets and collars, i fanning mill: 1 sealo platform, 240 .Ibs.; 1 small blacksmith 1 milk separator; 1 sheaf rack; 1 .grind stone a quantity of duck grain hags; 1 lady's fur coat; 50 or 60 chickens, 1 stock saddle; other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSE writing desk and tables, 1 coofc stove; 1 heater; 1 sideboard; 1 chiffonier; 1 dresser aiid A iron bedstead and springs; 1 mattress; 1 sofa, 2 rocking chairs t kitchen chairs; 1 hanging lamp: pictures and dishes and crocks; fruit sealers and palls; 1 churn; 1 seeing machine TERMS: All amounts-under cash; over that amount, 7 months' credit at 8 per cent per annum on approved jbmt notes Any pay cash ever amounts, 6 per cent. off. No reserve as the farm IB sold. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON. PETER ROBERTSON, PROP., J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER: ;