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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, I'J.15 THE lETinininr.K DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE "Fnilt-o-lives" Healed His Kidneys and Cured Him ilADKiisviUjK, ONT AUG. 26th. 1913. "About two ycflis I found my health in n wry bud slate. Sly Kid- ncys were not doinj.; their work and I all run dowu condition. I felt Hit iired pod remedy, and I ikci'tittl to try UIL-HI. Tlicir effect', I found more Limn .satisfactory. Tlicir action wag mild and ibe result til tliat could be expected. My reunified their nction after I had taken upwards of a dozen boxes, ami I regained my old- lime vitality. Today.'I am en i ovine the best heallli I have ever JJ. A. Prnit-a-tivcs" is the jjreaLcst Kidney Remedy in the ivorlil. It acls on the bowels nil.I r-kin ,-i-i us on Hie kidneys, nnil soothes ;iud cures any Kidney newness. "Fruit-q-tivcs" is suld by nil dealers soc. a box, 6 vso, tricl MTC ?5c. or will be iL-ceijil of price "by Fruit a lives Limited, OUawa, ra CIICH On the SLii of Maich, 19M, prcssr.i1, UciltL'aL.oii sciMcc til' the new clniLTii were conducted by Dr. Uhown, general .iV.U .Sabbat )i ihc i. rsL amiivcisiiry Ecnnoii.s will prcnuliod hy Kcv. U. Kcrfiy, of Calvary, ivlm con- ducted Ilic sen'ices of the old chinch. The choir will furnish music of a hiyh order anil the day will be a memoiahlc In .Juno, 1X30, the lirst Methodist missioiiar.cs came into Sou them Al- Ijctla, and in 18K2 the fust Mclliodisl. Ktri'icc was conducted in by Rev. John Maclean, Ihiity-Uitcc years ago. The fir-si cliiucli was built in 18S7-8 the secqnd in iflOl, and I he, splendid edifice in 1914. Kroiii its opening il liaii boon iri demand for large giit her ings of various kinds in 1hc city's higher, interests, and has always been cheerfully loanr.d by thr. uiauagLT.5, in a to call iovlh Ilic appreciation of tho citizens of Leth- liridcc. tins reason (.fie anniver- sary which marks thr first yeui: of its history will be oi more than de- nominational interest and ap- peal lo all who recognize iLs value as Ji iittdiloriiun. On Monday evening the anniversary will, be..served in U'cslcy hall and will confirm the .splendid reputa- tion of HIR ladies oi the congrega- tion, and thfi concert which will fol- low in the church auditorium will present some of tlic hesl city talent. LEFT TO REGINA HOSPITAL Regina, Sflslc., hient was made today that Edvraril Carrs, Lhc Saskatchewan pioneer, whose dealh was announced yester- day, has left to the Roglnn General JiospitnJ. LIEUT. L. MACLEOD HUGHES j Son of U.-Unl. W. St. Piorre Ihiglica of KingHtoii. Thy Lleutonaiil IK willi Lho nrst cuiitiiiRcnL with his regiment thy Itoyal Canadian Horse A nil [cry. Jlc- is fi jiroressioiiiU soldier and ;i undualc of Liu- R. -M. C. Austrian Miner Freed on Flaw on Perjury Charge Madeod, Altn., March Charged on six (HircriMiL counts with tho seri- ous offcni'tj ntriiiry, Steve Ninaito- ijcli, an .Austrian JOJHLT of J-'ranJi, i acquitled by McNoiFi in the Dis- trict Court this afternoon, mcnt. is to he romlcmnnl, oi anil million; in laud TIIK C. Nr. K. tlKLAY i Mr. MacKay read (roui Hie corres- pondcncr. tiihlefl lo show that Mr pressniT on tho C.'.N, i When your nerves are a-tingle, head fatigued, appetite gone, digestion poor remember THEN These 1-o-n-g 1-a-s-t-i-n-g beneficial friends! Sealed air-tight: always fresh, full-flavored, clean. Delicious mint leaf favor, or the new double strength Peppermint will moisten your mouth, sweeten your breath, soothe your throat, quicken appetite, aid digestion. MADE IN CANADA, Wm. Wrifiley Jr. Co., Lld.: Toronto C8 SOUTH AMERICAN GERMANS ON WAY HOME Tiiis nicLure in York shoe's a nuuiuer of Gcriuunr wlio fighting- in South America, and were captured Jjy the Erltigh but-were allowed to return liome hecauee they were civilians. on uroRi i: o R. even wiUmoldinp; money lie Imd no logal riglil to u-jtJihoJrl in order lo jcoiiincl Ihr cninp-iny ljuild. .Mr.; Miclicncr wanted to know wliy llicj urging the completion oi the roads, 'hut he-had no Goiutiuii. The speaker 'was pointing oui- Svlml, the PrcmiPt had" done and he wanLsil to bnnw what move i-lin opposiiioii could make,> a man could tear (lowii ;i niiuisiun, lint couldn'l ImiJd .1 wig- wam out ul the ruins.. .Mr. MacKay Ihen read the correspondence "Hill :uid the men Tvho put UirLc men in the Honten sov-. crnmcnt, !o rcprrspul and; showed that Mr. Sifton brought; strong pressure on tlie mag--' natc. Mr. MarKay suit! all were agreed the. compain slioulil build and ihe chasm they would jump together. ife hoped Mr. Tue.-dic woillil, .lie half; as much in c-arn-sl in lirinciiiR prcs-1 KUi-i- In'bCiir dii the Minister oi Kail- ways at Ottawa. Ucalinp wilh ctjiial snflrapp. Mr. MacKay cuikctl riotous laiiglilei' at i ihe expense oi Mr.. Mk-hener his f wohhlinc on the- issue. He if Mr. for an opposition lead- er he couldn't have got a hotter an- swer. A I- six n'clcclf he movr-d the adjournment oi the debate. fleforo organization street raihvny employees in Kviac'o vrwc paid 'J2 cents an hour. Thny now make'dic irenaurj; of tho Amal-j .rd Scanty of Oprrativo Cotton j rjj of Knglaiul -will tolal Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You are Invited to try Blue Ribbon pure food products entirely at our risk. We guarantee them to be abso- lutely pure and to .give every satis- faction. If you are disappointed In any way bring them back to the-store and have your monoy refunded. ;