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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta llareDoin^ * THE OUCHCSt OP DEVONSKIRC ,^  New York-. Mar. 9.-A..R. MacAuley. j mine operator of Torauto, filed In the !, Buprema court .there yesienlay a suit for; |3SO,O00'^�a:4iages agninst the jewelry;'tirm of L>ambort Brothers.. He - asMiTts that was uiistjJkea tor Christmas Keogh anil on April 4, 1917, ira!s indlctert lor forgery. He says tli^ Iniiictinent resutteil' in his Illness and daniageil his reputatioti. Ife was arrested in St. Louis and extVadited to Now York. He was iflcntiflod by several persons as' "t^hristinaB" ^Ceogh ! biit^ivas eventually exonerated: / �. Two similar suits, one (or .$500,000 ; and the other for $550,000 ' ngaiUBt I other establishments wtere filed by him i January 28. "Where the food controller points th^way I'�m ready tofgOL I am sure the women of Canada art with me In'this. We have but to,be told.;what M� most needed and we are ready Xo do" It 1 think If the gravity of the food'aituation ootild be groiight home to the people,of Sanada-^it^lUo^- couUt see some of the fuJser'rlh''Europe-^ , \\ they could watch those wearisome - ' ^ ' tllieues o� English people waiting for "masMngtoD. ;March 9.-Property in | their supplies-If thev could but know le X'uiied States owned by the Kaiser i Jfct------- . . ......... tUeX'uiied States owned by the Kaiser hiniseU, former Chancellor Von Beth-mawnitloUweg. the German "Junkers" peu*rally and_ the German government itseif, will be the first to go under the "hammer..under the'^laas of A 96w much help their indlvld\�l sacrifice was going to 4ie;-r-:they would do everythinK that lay within' their pcw.-er to, save and economize."-The Duchess of Devonshire. .. , . -----------...... ,--- ) Just In.side Uie doorwa:y of Govecn- Milchell Palmer, alien properly cus-,nient House, the Canadian home ot todiaai. to-^elt^German-owned property I Their Excellencies the Duke and here to the highest bidder; , i i:)ui-hess ot DevofiHhire. hangs the'tor the steps she . The Hambure-Amerlcan, .the ?*orth ; pleilge card of the Food Controller. On'Rather, her attitude is ermalt Lloyd wharves and docks at.eriterinc vnucnn s,-arii�.u- � ./f-i -.^^.--.i-- ' ^ uie4 In the ctket." H�r Eitcellency feels that ten oream fhlRhi b� need nowadara when-better it one ot the utuoh needed comroodi-tlM,,and ahe'votild)not be lorry to aee it dtaappear from the table latto-gether until the period o| Iha war carcitr ia over. dfle thing that baa won tli>Hrfiiri IpaMloulitr, and^pok^ lit glowing terms of "how vat liAble; to the? country their :gi�dual�g,and thoae of simitar coHogea areat�^me.t!i&>fa/,:'- ^-ti^^.-^: "in mr; oplftlonv eViry''gir|..�hauM know hoir to i Kone, nor does she exliect anv credit tor the steps she ban., alrewlv taken. " � " Where the ..nator, �r, "' s ilU / .t i'"^-^ f-erhaps-,, a sQrap pt I am ready to go " She endorses aikh senators, are a part of the Uerraan f paper. You can see It in tliousands of measures asha^p alieadv been taken Mupire s,. commercial grasp upon-this  win.inwo n^-ovi, u... ,,, ..."^ ' .Vi*.' >>;�:Kf!' cJiintry ~ It Is. alleged that Ghl The genuine bears this >trade-m^rk and is made onlyby V; 7 ^ WALTER BAKER k COv limited. lat in food for the^ake: of'tlie Empire's defenders. ' ' So itM^slgnlflcant that it hangs in Government House, offldii " iallv-endorsed "'"^ ^" thiSg^she declaiW. ..hy the Givernor-'Gen^rai; of cSa, 3f, "^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ l" th� ;,f^.M;ore than that. JbronghWt the length i ^'"�^K''^r'*?'' '"ff^aff* readv to do ' and breadth of the laud It wottld lie h'ard to � find a household, large or small, where the simple pledge on .the card is more fatihfully kept or where the spirit,;no less than the letter ot the promise, Is" more scrupulously ob-{served. , '. ' It is to the Duchess of Devonshiie. as. the .controlling influence in the do-irijEstlc arrangements . of: Governifaent Hpuse. that one looks for a knowledge oI| the changes that have been made within,r.ecent-months.'klii a>}ulet and uhoateJftat^io'us May Hei- Excellehcy �aitTIKtD Tmoi-M^m B^oatretl, C�nC' ^Dorchffter, Mm*. Established 1780 THE hosiery trade IS :B00MINC and'"the deMAND far exceeds the �Uf�PLY, we . gladly -TAKE ALL the goods ]/ YOU CAN send us, Would ^ou Like to Earn $1 or $2 Daily the Year Round at Home We mukt have; more workera'af ones . to help us^keep pees with the ttam'and. The Auto Knitter Is sent on favorable , terms to rf Dsble persons, and w| furpish full lns,tructt6ns^t)6w*ustomers. Working either wiisie; or spare tlwis, -this pleasant ernpleymient';hsB' brought i proaperlty to mah'y .workers ln,,'tiielr own homes, and should ',(i|o the a'alrne for you. Write todw. 4'"�''"'''t('3c In^Stamps, for full particulars, rates of pay, etc,, and ;. � see what j-ou and your familyfean'how earn at -home. � '; \ , ^ 'jijJ^ix.v ..�jv' ; \-^:mi->^^^^^ STRtET, TORONTO ' ' '' RETURNED SOLDliBRS HELD IN QUARANTINE ''* ' ' "_--^ " � " i" ^Winnipeg, Mar. S,-"The trainload ot returned Boldier.i that'^arrived here tonight was held lu-fluarantine wlthuiit bnyone belag allowed to visit or leave tb'e.,;^rain^ After^.tbe enmituttlon^tha' train was run batlc to Trancoua and 1;^ being held In strict ftuarantlne till tomorrow .when :,lt.will. ;.j,^ the L'nion Station'here and the rinm in. good health will be release^! after ill* usual messtffes. '., ^here -.ace .three ca|e^st: summer JKe .kept between 200 and 300 pigs. She has ten acres ,;of ^ waste ground, beinf an old brick I yayd that cottld not be'cultirated; She I'buys gacbage from'the City in. the summer ;or feeding purpose's .Last tall she 8oh\>feventy-nlite h^gs wefgh-llng aBoul 9,600 p6und&. at an average Drice ot �18 eaptiv, nurlngjitho y^ar she marie M.OOO In this way. Mrs. �Bims 1b anxious lo help tolan even greater extent this year iln. pradadfng fob4. Sb* would bo wlltlBr to V�e� 1.000 pits. Mrs. 'Mms liaa tivabOTs nt and declares, that she/for one. wiflbo tCTOipIy with anj- Cansdian Women Ready 1 am sure the .wsjen "of Canada 4 ^ MISS ANNIK W*RB^^~^y - 112 Hawn St., ^t. John, �li id with pleasure that I write to -tell youof the great benefit Ireeeived 'from the use of your,. medicinej_ 'frnii-a-tivfs'. Inasagreatsuiferer Tor many years from A'ervous Headaches ani ConstipaiioH, � I tried everything, consulted doetors't but nothing seemed, to help me until I tried'Fruit-a-tives'. Altf^ had taken several boxes, I was completely relievedxof these troubles and have been unusually welfever since," Miss ANNIE WARD, ?Froit-a-tive�' is fresh fruit juices, Concentrated and increased in strength, combined witli finest tonics, and is a positive and reliable reraetly for IleadacheB and Cooslipalion. 50c. a box, 6 for $3.S0, trial sizB_JJ5e. Alall dealersorrruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, ^ , . Knox Ghurc^ ^ 32nd Anniversary SUNDAYNto MARCH lOtli, 1918 Rev. WlCWikon of Moose Jaw, �. � , - � I.', , _ Late oi Gu^lpH, t)ntario, will conduct both services ' Anniversary SUNDAY MARCH 10 Capt. (Rev.) Ml Peafson Soldiers' representative in the Alberta Legislature, will preach at both services. Tlie "yvar and the part the Canadian boys have played in it, will be a feature ^ of Mr. Pearson's addresses. signers of a mesjsage aent out bj:;'the Itusslan Goviernment wireless ordering the Bolshevik! repreaentaMvos in Sweden to have no dealings with the German Socialist Imperialists. The im;re�er;7;rii.eroo7:n'";� b�a5 it. I .don't see how"'\f^eu could feel otheririse just-jTow siii"''n'lew of .the ereaf-shortage;: of those foods which "ari neceBsary for therariniety.anil.the Allies. Of course, there la^ihls to be Kemepibered: Canadai' is so faiM awiijr.j from the reality and ier people livej In the :mtdst of stich plenty that tliey aiV scarcely fully aware of the gravity of the food situation., , ' - "I think if it could Ve brought home to th.em more viyidly^ifrthey. c*uld �ee i^onie ot the tnlse^y in Europe-if they could watch th^e - wearisome queues of �ngtlf!h people Waiting- tor their supplies-if they ..qould but know now much help theic iadiridual sacrifice was going to be-they would do everythlnis that lay within .their power to save and economise. - "I'have been so lang away from. England-more than a year-that I cannot recount to you what different 'women are doing," said Her Kwek lency, "but even bofore, I left, the strictest economy waS'' 'practised; quantities had been reduced, and. there were no 'leti overs.'_ Food economy had becohie a matter''Of' cpnsciegpe, a questidu ot honoiV '  Consi'ders Rigulatlpna Easy^: Hei- Excellency dispuiyed an; intimate knowledge of the food cointrol regulations and a grasp of the details bearing oh th� food situation. Indeed, she seemed anxious toadwellj on the jjnatter of fact, rather than the idealistic side of the quesUoii. She did hot wish tojie dogmatlc/She could not speak for tlie women of. Cnhada^ or for any one body, she decltfred.ijn this vital question affecting every woman in the Oominion, she simply wanted to be ^one of them, following the- food controllers regulations tinV her "wh ^Jiousehold and conBerVihg wherevt^ she saw the need. She l�^Teady to tall In immediately with any., measureHhat the food controller deema neceasary. She does not thlnlrtbe present regula-tioha rigorous, and is rait4y*hd'willing to go aa far as ask^ of. her. While In Washington refgisntly Her Bvellency went over ^tbei offices of the Board' ot Agriculture and was shown the various flour ^substitutes. She found it all very Interesting, and came away laden with^ their, pamphlets and booklets. Shef was particularly in Northern Ontario recipes. In fact. Her .^sceJlency is especially concerned about the aavlng of .wheat, and no whit* w.heiat.^read has been used at' Qoreqimrat House for a long time. At present :two kinds of bread are made-the 4Wf>'^twlBf par| rye flour and ih'e other .whole wheat fjour. Corn meal Is u^.iB m�kin� cakes and scones. ThrA^covse dinners are the order of thedafi^jiMd fish is being freely used, On'Tuesdays and, Fridays, of course, holi^er beef ;nor bacon Is served. No cream appears at breakfast or tea, and tho'^amowft nsed In cooking has been greatlr rtdtrced. Candies are neither n^adq nor pwchf S; ed at Goverrimarit Hous�.' r.%^,,,-^". Rye Bread at Skating Parties "1 suppose if people'�re going to have tea and cake, thtr might M wall bfcT* It together as by tkalr CMV-fl'^' sides. At our own akatlNl\^f�V�to� No Doctor within Reachi'Prdspector Tramped 60 Miles to Save Chum . � ' \,,/-\ f " � ' r' Gin PUk Succcedt in Ritatoring. Kidney .Action, Averting Tragedy in Jifining Camp Urti f�lB .with N�nr�Ifl�; 1hr�e GlB HilU cured nic. 'Hi^f �� really (ood." 3AlIt/EL LOSGMORE. OoBStSBt BeAdKebef.-Many ptople (itll lo roliic that headacho arej> fijrmptom o( Ldiiordera more a�rioa> in their nature. Cpn-atant hcnda^hea. reatleaa night*, and dlizl-neaa onatonpinK, are Indleallan* of Kldn�7 troakle. The need for Oia Pllla ia urgent in auch eaaea it tha daftlefaant sarder �ske diatrict in Northexn Ontario, fella a ato>y u gtipvlng aa Kabcrt Sciviec's psoM ef th* frosea ftwth. To ayoB*; llrlae in � iows where medical stteatlon ean ba tiUcd la st abort notici, it is not eaiy la craap the aI(Difi-canee of being tskao alek Blleai awaj from com{Kt;at help. Tbelattar^wibleh follows ttiU it* (wii atoryt TCt.baMreen the tleea one eta plctw* the ufferms sad the wait-' in( tor help ts -eiua*, U.bclp �*� ba pro^ (orcd. . . " > � ; . � liarde'r l*k�, Oat.  " "I am writins yoa to thank you and ' tell you tlm good your OIN PIljLS did �, for me, J. nad been auSering (or aame i tii^ with my .Kidney* and arise. 1 \ ,waa. conatanily pauing wutrr, whls^ ,wea very acaoty, aome daya aa many aa �Ihirty limn, and each time the pain I ,>a*. lomethinB awful, real at i , nijlit. X'bi'tan to-teel quiti-.worn out.'' l4i�d heard of jour Ct.V I>lhLS, and decided to giro thcoi a trial at-once, w' laent my cliuui out to get them (about' : 50 mllea), and I am pleased to inform yon that In |e>a than 6 honr* I felt relief. )Itt tmo daya tha pain had >ef(..; Biii altogpther. I look about half � 1\ >ox, snd t�-day I feel aa well aa ever , l;dtd, and my Kidney* *re acting quil* �Uuraily. "Again ttoaklat yoa for the Plllt, .: (oai* of whlek I alwaya Intend to lieep , fcy �*." 8ID OAJSTLEMAN. ^ Toa esa pletare (he inxlety of the miner; k* realldng the tearful cosiplleation* which^j (elisw Kidney ttaubU will be ree'iioTS; painful tbse hi* pre*�Bt *yn)ptom(. He I'l! Uo alek to tnvcl lo wbcre * doctor could b* eoniglted. To be *nre, be bad h*sr4 at Oln.rm* tor the Kidney*. Otbtrs U�d been n�tOf(d to bealtb; wby not b�l Asd'lt w�s Jie.:|ilM tren to irbci* Gin PUli coold b* Pfoeg'red. N* doubt Mr. CastUaiSB would' kulla** to **k hi* friend to Irtkp m ftr a� as errand wbieb a)|bt �r nlfht uot bn*At' tb� *a9*r�r, .V For It atnat nar* MrSeb lath tj�s* ma; far oS in th* nnderoloptd -Bortb aouatry, liMI* itibrt oi aurT*leui 4b*t nlief- from .th* rlolenVP*|B* Mr,:C**tl*siea W(* aBder-tolnf could b* found is tba imiCr*' P"'* Mmlat ia s ainpU wooden bos Witli a M*ck and yellow l*b*l-thst' tk*o* rill* '.selling for half * dollar* box in'M>oti**ad* ^of rtote* ihrouaksnt lb* world.^maM bring ^health and happiaeu to aulferari,Is, lows' . and country, is. ^.ho eilvi. oae*| SBd, Ibi^ prairie farm horn*.! It ii � taak (0*  warlbier pn to plelnr*. th* reUro of Ilia ekoi* (r*a hi* diatont . ioarii*7, >t'.* aajletr following th* �r*l low doaea, and than "inl*� this a-honM.I f*lt relief. In two day* th* p�ln hkd left IM altogether .s,-I took aboiithalf a bei, and, to-day I feel a.i trail.aa err/' I did, >iid nf. K'idne'ya ara actlnf^quite naturally."/i Nq: wonder, he addt, "IJ*'*' aome by we." � � f J-. ... !t" y^n w�i'e� altsatfii In - eircuaillaneff. Imlier to �he sbora, and Mr. O^lemati ahould xalate hit �xp*r.l�ne** io .yau .him-. ll,-.�*a lk�(* ba ny qoMUoa ia yosr siiad that you would hailen to proeare Oln Pilla ai:4 bauitb your Iroable* aa/quickly ** he didf - - y. ' �' ,~, . r And 7�t, think lot. all the thouaanda of people, who are auHering 'from Kidney, BI*dder, and Urinary Truoblea to whom Oin PlllaroCer relief, and who yet continue 10 auffar needlaaaly.' AVa bare apcnt thouaand* of dollar* v-publiahiiiK the Icatimonlala of thoie who bare beMdted by rlaking Oin Pilla, but while we know Ibat Buer'o day paasea without aomoonc accepting the advice givra,. yet there.i* tremendou* work *till la be done.. ' It'you know any wtioie suffering atarted with Kidney trouble, - won't xou' help to, brlngaunahin*; ioto.their llrcaiby paating oli tbe nietaage aboutiOiufnia, and tell tbeai Sid Oattleman'a atoriLi . 7bink:.0TerHlhe tftnit wkoe* 70a ksbw are not enioriag the b."��^ Lvan, tokiag �k*. iSlrd box, � ^ � "Tho imfn'JtttriKK-.mri.llack.SBd kid-ifeya h�a alnxsl entirely/gone, and I aro better Ihi^n t haro been lor year*. 1-. waa^ a :greati'auVerer.i from Rhtiuma-tiam, but Ii h**volt lefltma.vl eironidy adrlee all womencwho anffep'from pain In the B��k snd WHk JC|dney*, io try , . MRS. T. HARRIS. Bk�nm*ll�m,-Tf Oln pill* h�4 no mord elkei' than the 'good work they bar*' dona In case* of'Ktaeui^�ti*m, they wosid *litl b*. en*:of the^creitteat;medicine* *rer offered to lb* publle.-i -Sbaumstiam oriae* from defeeliro Kidney, action, and in early elage* can b* rfeognl*e4 by, wolirn jpintt, ankle*, *Bd; koueklei, oblag .p*ia� in th* kn��s nd^JolsM,' rrom.'*moBg ino many te*ti�o�jl*ta ,m� h�r�. racaWod friio rk����Ue �tt8*r*rs ws puWi*Ji-lfc*'followiBg!-l-  ' :-'Bssi!HeB,'Oal., April IMk,'1917. f'Aboa't lett\f fttH igon wrote roB of;my ooBdHloh ifrom-Mu*cul*r �nd lBfl*mBatorT t|lb��m*tl*m *nd'Kidney TronbU,. and isy- flTort* through IMtfel ad.l^^�B(a to rid myialf of {isi-xtew*;',^?^^^^^^^ � 'Uafll. Ms�*.sa(l money iafofeigS, ... JflslHa * � ^ewtslSBi ^ sfsralil*-- pila loeslind b*tw**atk*;||iigb'*nd tb* ankla, , '. ' llvp(^Ml.'F.Q. � .,".Ttu(� B.worl ?f pr*liitfor �1� Plllt, *,V�Vifl'�*�P. �J*i"� I eould j�o�,: wallt �iw9iH toy/(losi, *B*erliif *r*r Twm mouth* *||n ,1 . Itodr-t-nhenmotle Pain* , villi Veorslgia and, ,Oj*rrlu>*s. I raaorled li^.Oia Pill*^,ag*la far..oa( w**k, and, b��sa*.�BiM|w*l.l.' Last w(*b, rsat^ Williamadal* Cut, Oat. � "I cannot refrain from writing yoB �bout the beocfila 1 hare received' from ; itakiag Oln Fill*. Before-1 had token ' Gin Pilla, I bad avYered dreadfully I with my beck and heudachca, and had " anffercd for twenty yaara. It tried \ etrerythlng, but got no relief, Satil I got Ola Pilla. I haretaken als bexe* , of Oln Pill*, and now I bare not a Siga . 'of * pain or an arfce. t am now dS, and-feel a* well a* erer I did la my > :ilf*." / MRS. |I. P. RIPLET. ' atdBt, arswL-All diirangement* of Ike-Bladder and Urinary Byatem are viry painful indeed, and we are particularly glad to bar* on flie,-racorda of >hat na* bera accompliabel in *ucb catca by taking QiA Pills.- . � � � ! DstUtIII*, North ToroBl*. 'I hare, great pleaanre In writing �' and recommending OIN PJLLiS. Wo -hare uae'd them for the laat two yrara, and they bar"-never failed .u�. Wo �totJc Oln; Pill* to the Old (*untry �omo time ag6 and guve aoine to relative* alio frienda, and they hare acked ua to and oat where (hey 'can buy. GIH PILLS over there Everyone � waa  plci)*ed with the pllla, and aald that ) only two pllla were needed to giro ' relief. Will, yon kt me know If 700 . bare any agent* in F,nglau)ll\ I had a few pill* left on my way back: here, aad we garo them to a woman on board ahlp, and *li� wa* much plekeed with , tkara. If I o*n be nf any help to tho** ttlfering. from Kidney Trouble In ' opreading thi* wonderful remedy-Oltf PILIiBr-I am aoly too willing to offer . ny urrie**,? A, SIMPSON. HamiltoB,' Ont tlok of the BUider, During th* altaeVa,' which occurred more *nd-more djvrn with (aflammi* ' IraqueDtly* th* agonr wa* unbeArebla, and I beeamo lo weak I cpuld not'walk aoroBa^Ihe floor. The doctor* could dO nothing to rellere or eure me.. : ' VMjr wife *ent for a b�x of OIIT PILLS lo try and ace If lhay wool* ' help ne. From tbe flrat they' did m* good-Ihe pain .waa relieved at once,, 'and Ihe attack* began to ooma at longae ' - iaiarral*,. I esntipued taking the pills ' for alt weak*, and then, to ray nrpriio fnd delight, th* *lon* I *enl 70a esa* roB m* and m7.p*tn *toriind, I hare fi ^ad nO' return �( the trouble, and bar* t.^ liet loll B d*7's work on account of M ~ ^ �iainc*. . "Tkaro ;^l* not Ihi llgbleot doubk thr.t aiN( PILLS lared my IK*," ; ; �: ��-'�-;T'OBr*-gr�tefnlly,.', �' ^ ' �  JOHN HBltMAir. . ntEB SAMPZ.!, I ' ! /If *n� ot th��e *ymptomB apply lo 7*a qjr to anyone you ki�ow,,cicc�pl the advice of J.'',"^,,!!'"' h �, * � pvi. �w� wvw  voa, or 1 Nii^aiJ Orat and ClMi||rfea| iDmpany of Canada, Limited, Toronto UJk>Mdrf|H,[N�ni^ 69753?64 ;