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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOrRTfcEN nir: r.F.THBniDGF. daily tierai..1!� SATURDAY,'MAnCH 0, 101.8 m P BAKIIf 1 Should be in every kitchen. Its use assures complete satisfaction in baking cakes, biscuits and pastry'. -^'OUR GROCER SELLS IT. E.W.Gillett Co. Ltd. TORONTO, CANADA. Winnipeg � Montreal MSA 1 w J REPUTATION INJURED] KAiSER'S PROPERTY ASKS BEG DAMAGES! WILL BE SOLD FIRST atQpifatareDoin^  New York. Mnr. 9. A. R. MacAuley. | Washington. March 9.-Property in ' mine operator of Twin to. filed in the 1 ''�" TnHeci Stains owned by the Kaiser : . ., . .,.,,.,,,. ., himself, former Chancellor Von Beth- sunren:a court there vesunlay a suit la.�ia!?�s agsunst the jew-1 feu .ralIy an(1 ,,,P German government elry firm of I..anil>' be /told what is the j most needed and we-;Rre ready to do; it. I don't see how w"6meu could feel1. ! otherwise just now in view of the i ., ... , , , .great shortage of those foods which' \ MFSft 'wVere PT,TT*"^ � lh� the spirit.,no less than the letter of j the promise, is more scrupulously ob-i , served. t j It is to the Duchess of Devonshire. I  as the controlling influence in the do- ' �� mystic arrangements of Government j House, that one looks for a knowledge | ( : of the changes that have been made : within recent months. In a quiet and ; unostentatious way Her Excellency returned soldiers j held in quarantine ^Yi:lnipeg. Mar. S.-The trhlultiurl of | returned soldiers that arrived here, t-! night was held iu quarantine with'ji!: ; onyone being allowed to visit or ienve i ibe train. After the examination the ' train wss run hack to Trancona and i.~ being held in strict quarantine (ill tomorrow when it will ^je returned to 'the Cnlon Station'here and the men In good health will be released after \ the usual measuTes. j There are three cases of illness | among �he men, but Captain Mont rainy, in charge, is certain that there is no I infectious disease. The party con-I sists of 227 officers and men of whom 51 are for Calgary. 8oldier� Released LATKR: Winnipeg. Mar. ".--Western returned soldiers who arrived last night and were not allowed to leave � the train on account of the fear that : an infectious disease had broken out. were released this morning. The man i*who showed signs of disease was '. found to have only a light ca3e of ! chickenpox. Western^ men expect to leave for their homes tonight. Mlies. Of course, there is this to be S remembered: Canada'is so far awfcy from the reality and her people live in the midst of such plenty that they ai'e scarcely fully aware of the gravity, or the food situation. , 1 I "1 think if it could be brought home I them more vividly^-if they C4�uld: see some of the misery in Europe-if they could watch those wearisome-queues of English people waiting for j their supplies-if they could but know! now much help their Individual sacrifice was going to be-they would do \ everything that lay within their power { to save and ecouomlse. I "I have been so lang away from j England--more than a year-that I | cannot recount to you what different; women are doing." said Her Excel-! Ienc.y, "hut even before I left, the; strictest economy was practised; ; quantities had been reduced, and there i were no iett overs.' Food economy) had become a matter of conscience, j RtGtSTCRCD TRAOt-M^HK Established 1780 REPUDIATE HUN 80CIAUSTS Would You Like to Earn $1 or $2 Daily the Year Round at Home THE HOSIERY TRADE IS BOOMING AND THE DEMAND FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. WE  GLADLY TAKE ALL THE GOODS YOU CAN SEND US. We mutt have more worker* at once to help us keep pace with the demand. The Auto Knitter la sent on favorable terms to reliable persons, and w* furnish full instructions how-to knit sox, etc., also all yarn needed. The work is simple and easily learned; the Auto Knitter is a high speed Machine, and work* by turning a handle. Our fixed rates you a steady intfbme the year round, no ma'ster where you live, but our workers often largely .Increase this by working for private customers. Working either whole or spare time, this pleasant employment has brought prosperity to many workers In th_eir own homes, and should do the same for you. Write today, enclosing 3c in,stamps, for full particular;., rates of pay, etc., arid sec what you and your family can now earn at home. _ I 1 Auto - Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co., Limited DEPT 78A, 257 COLLEGE 3TREET, TORONTO London. March 8.-Premier Lenine and Foreign Minister Trotzky are the signers of a message sent out by the Russian Government wireless ordering the Bolsheviki representatives in Sweden to have no dealings with the German Socialist Imperialists. The message adds: "We cannot negotiate with strikebreakers  such as the/ partisans of Scbeidemann, (the German majority Socialist leader), who are traitors to the working classes." ONE WOMAN'S WAR WORK Mrs. Sims, Coleman, P.Q., just beyond the city limits of Toronto, has found that the raising of pigs Is profitable. Last summer she kept between 200 and .�.00 pigs. She has ten acres of waste ground, being-an old brick yard that could not be cultivated. She buys garbage from' the City In the summer for feeding purposes. Last. Tail she soldys'creniy-nine hogs weighing affont fl.fion pounds af. an average �price of $1S each. During the year she made $1,000 in this way. Mrs. Biros is anxious In help to an even greater extent this year In producing food. She would be willing to keep 1,000 pigs. Mr*. Biros has five boys at die front, and one at home feelpjpf h�r. j a question of honor." " - i Considers Regulations Easy. Her Kxcelleucy displayed an inti-. mate knowledge of the food control j regulations and a grasp of the details : bearing on the food situation, indeed, I she seemed anxiutis to dwell on the! matter of fact, rather than the ideal- j istic side of the question. She did j not wish to.Jie dogmatic. She could not j speak for the women of Canada, or > for any one body, she declcfred. In this vital question affecting every woman in the Dominion, she simply wanted to be one of them, following the- food controller's regulations in her own household and conserving .wherevrf she saw the need. She is-ready to fall In immediately with any measure that the food controller deeme necessary. ; She does not think the present regulations rigorous, and is ready and will-' Ing to go as far as asked of her. While, in Washington recently Her Excellency went over the offices of the Board of Agriculture and was shown the various flour substitutes. She found it all very Interesting, and came away laden with' their pamphlets and booklets. She was particularly Impressed with the hook on war bread recipes. In fact. Her Excellency is especially concerned about the saving of wheat, and no white wheat bread has been used at Government House for a long time. At present two kinds of bread are made-the one being pa�% rye flour and the other whole wheat fjour. Corn meal is us%d in making cakes and scones. Three-course dinners are the order of the day, and fish is being freely used. On Tuesdays and Fridays, of course, neither beef nor bacon Is served. So cream appears at breakfast or tea. and the amoutit used In cooking has been greatly reduced. Candles are neither made nor purchased at Government House. As for serving refreshments at public function*, she declared that this was a. matter of individual, taste, provided the recommendations of (ho food controll�r were ohserv>Mi. Rye Bread at Skating Parties "I suppose if people are going to have tea and cake, they might as well have it together as by their own firesides. At our own skating parties we *Im�Iy bare rye bread, aftd �on maal MISS ANNIE WARD ~ > 112 Hazen St., St. John, "It is with pleasure that I write to tell you of the great benefit I received from the use of your medicine, 'Fmil-a-tivfs'. I was a great sufferer for many years from Kerveus Head-�ches and Constipation. I tried everything, consulted doctors ; but nothing seemed to help me until I fried 'Fruit-a-tives'. After-I had taken several boxes, I was completely relieved of these troubles and have been unusually well ever since." Miss AXKIT3 WARD. 'Fruil-a-tives' is fresh fruit juices, concentrated ami increased in sirength, combined with finesttonins, and is a positive and reliable remedy for Headaches and Constipation. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size^Se. At all dealers or Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Knox Church, 32nd Anniversary SUNDAYNEXT MARCH lQtli, 1918 Rev- W. G, Wilson oi Moose Jaw, Late of Guelph, Ontario, will conduct botn services Wesley Church Annifersary SUNDAY ^ MARCH 10 Capt. (Rev.) M. Pearson Soldiers' representative in the Albei ta Legislature, will preach at both services. The war and the part the Cart' adian boys have played in it, will be a feature oi Mr. Pearson's addresses. Tragic Sufferiftg in Northern Ontario No Doctor within Reach, Prospector Tramped 60 Miles to Save Chum Gin Pills Succeed in Restoring. Kidney Action, Averting Tragedy in-Mining Camp A letter receiTed from Sid Castleaian, prosptoting in the Larder i.�ke district in Northern Ontario, tella a ato'ry ft* gripping e Robert Service'* poem* of the Iroten Mirth. To anyone liTing in a town where medi* c�I attention can be called in at short notice, it i- not easy to grasp the significance of being taken lick "miles away from competent help. The letter which follow* tells its own story, yet. between the lines one can picture the suffering and the wait* ing for help to -eome, if help can be procured. Larder Lake, Out. "I am writing you to thank you and tell you Ui�.- �wd your GIN PILLS did for inc. l^iad bevn suffering for name tinW with my Kidney* and Urine. I was. constantly paving water, which wj'.s very scanty, some days hh many a� " thirty times, and fa-.h time the pttin was something awlui. and. no rest at night. I b' gan t ft-el quiti- worn out. I had heard of jour GIN PJLLS. and dt-cidi'd to give them a trial at once. 1 sent my chum out to jjet them (itbout' 60 milfft), and 1 am pU-abod to inform you that in lt*is than 6 hours I felt relief. In two d�ys the pain had i>ft me altogether, 1 toulc about half a box, and to-day I feel as weil ai ever 1 did, and my Kidneys are acting quite naturally. "Agnin thinking yon for tht? Pills, somt> of which I always intend to k'ocp iy *�.*' BID CASTLEMAN. Yon can picture the anxiety of the miner, he realising the fearful complications which follow Kidney trouble will be even more painful than his present symptoms. He is too eick to travel to where a doctor could be consulted. To be sure, he had heard of Gin Tills for the Kidneys. Others had been restored to heslth; why not net And it was 00 mSleo even to -vhcre Gin Fills could be procured. No doubt Mr. Castlemsn would hesitate to nsk bis friend to tramp so far oa an errand which night or might Mot btnofit the sufferer, \ For it mint nsre struck both tane men fsr off in the undeveloped north country, as little short of marvelous that relief from the violent pains Mr, Castleman was under going could he found in th* little fed pills coming in a Dimple wooden box with * black and yellow label-that these pills Melling far ha!/ a dollar a box in thousands of r.tores throughout the world, could bring hralth nnd happiness to uitferer^ ,in town pnurie farm home. ami country, ,h* city office! and the It is a task for a worthier pen to picture the return of the chnm from his distant journey, -iLe anxiety following the Brat few doai's, and then "in leas than fi hours I felt rslipf. Tn two days the pain had left me altogfth^r. I took about half a box, and to-day ( f*el a* wMl as rvpf 1 did, end my Kidneys ar� acting quit* naturally." X wonoVr h*� Hddf, "I always intend to lepp airm* by Trip.'' � J f yon wre situs ted in flircumltancp* similar fhf ahove, and Mr. Castleman should Tflfltr bin experiences to you hiro mK, can tktre be any question in your u_md that you would hastrn to procure Gin Pills id banish your tioublea as quickly as he did? And ytt, think of all the thousands of ,_eople. who are suffering from Kidney, Bisdder. and Urinary Truubies to whom Gin Pills offer relief, and wuo yet continue to suffer needltiBsIy. U'e hare spent thousands of dollars publishing the testimonials of those who have beiredtrd by taking Gin Pills, but while v.e know that never a day passes without someone accepting the advice given, yet there is tremendous work aUll to be done. if you know any whose Buffering started with Kidney trouble, won't xou help to] bring sunshine into their lives by passing on1 the message about Gin Fills, and. tell them Sid Csetleman's etorvj Think over the friends whom yon know are not enjoying the best of health. If they have symptoms like those given below you will know they need Gin rills. Let them know it. Fain in th* Back.-This may take the form of constant or intermittent backarho, pains in the hack, sides or through the yi'uins, shooting pains in theae parte, and in fully developed CR�es, Lumbago. Scanty or painful urination, moons and brick dust deposits, oi-.infiiiuiinaUon of the Bladder, Tyneside P.O., Ont. j "J received your sample of GIN PILI.Hf and after using them. 1 felt so much better that. 1 got a box at my driig-jL'iitt'ii, and now I mm taking the third box. "Tho pain across my back and kid-nrys has at moot entirely 'gone, and I nin better than I have- been for yeiw-s. I was a great sufferer from Kbmima,-tistn, but it has all left mo. I strongly advise nil women, who snnVr from pain in the Bsck and Weak Kidneys, tu try GIN PILLS." - ' . MRS. T. HARRIS. Ehetimatism.-Tf Gin Pills had no record other than the eood work they have dono in cases of Kheumatism, they would still be one of the greutest medicines ever offered to the public. Rheumatism arises from defective Kidney action, and in early stages can be recognised by swollen joints, ankles, and knuckles, aching pains in the knees and" Joints. . From among the many testimonials sre have received from rheumatic sufferer* we publish the following:- # Hamilton, Ont., April 10th, 1617. "About four years ago 7 wrote yon of my condition from Muscular and Tnflsmmatory Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble, and my efforts through travel and change of climate to rid myself of these unwelcome gnosis, and how T only fonnd relief in Gin Pitts after spending n lot of time and money in foreia-u Undo. (Blfnod) W. G. REID. Stifttlcav-s conttari n*ursl(rte H*ln localized between the thigh and the ankle. Montreal, p.Q. "Just s word of praise for Gin Pill*. About fifteen months ago 1 could not walk across my room, suffering severely vitb Rheumatism. I took Gin Pills, end ht'fitmf quite well, Two mouths ego I lisd' -Rheumatic Pains with Wars I gin and Diarrhoea. I resorted to Gin Pills again for on* week, and bseaae auite well. Last week, I"suf- fered again with Neuralgia; threr� Oln Pills cured me. Tiiey are really good." SAMUEL LONUMORE. Constant Hendsches.-Many people to realize that heuduch�� a re,a symptom of disorders more aerious in their nature. Constant hcadarhfs. restless nights, and dizziness on stooping, sre indications of Kidney trouhlp. The need for Gin Pills is urgent in mirh crises if the development of rrcrsv ailmeuts is to be averted,, Willismsdsle East, Ont. "T cannot refrain from writing yoti about the benefits I have received from taking Gin Pills. Before I had taken Gin Pills. I had srTeitd dreadfully with my back and hetidnchea:, And had suffered for twenty years. I tried \ everything, but got no relief, until 1 got Gin Pilla. I have taken six boxes of Gin Pills, and now I have not t> aign of a pain or an arhe. I am now 48. nnd fe�l as well as ever I did in my life.'* MRS. >!. P. RIPLEY. * Stout, Gravel.-All derangements of tho Blndder and Urinary Bystem are \ery painful indeed, and we ore particularly glad gto have on file, rtcords of what nun been efoompiiahed in such cases by taking Gift Pills. DavisvUle, North Toronto. "T have great pleasure in writing and recommending GIN PILLS. Wo have used them far the fast two years, and they hm-i> never fniled ui. We took Gtn Pilte to the Old Country somo time ago and gave niune tn relatives arid friends, and they have asked utt to find out where they can buy GIN PILLS over there. Kveryoni* wan I pleased with the pills, and said that | only two pills were needed to give relief. Will you let me know if you have any agents in England f\ I had a few pills left on my way back here, and we gave them to n woman on board ship, and she was much pleased with them. If I can be of any help to those) Buffering" from Kidney Trouble in spreading tbiB wonderful remedy-GIX P1LT/S-I am only too willing to offer my service*." A. SIMPSON. Hamilton, Out. "7 was taken down with fnflnmms* tlon of the Bladder. During th*j ttackfi, which occurred more and mors frequently, th* agony wits unbenrablo, and I became so weak I could not wails cross the floor. The doctors could du nothing to relieve or cure me. 'My wife sent for a box of GIH PILLS to try and see if they would help me. From the first they did mo good--the pain .wns relieved at once, and the attacks began to come at longor Intervals. I continued taking the pills for six weeks, nnd then, to my surprise and delight, the stonn I sent you cams from me and my pain stopped. I hsvo J,ad no return of the trouble, and hav# not lost s day's work on account of tt aince. "There in not the slightest doubt th-.t GIN. PILLS saved my life." Yours gratefully, ' JOHN GERMAN. TREE SAMPLE, 1 /If sr\y of thesi* Rymptoina apply to you or to anyone you know, accept the advice of those woo have been benefited by taking Gin Pills. A free sample of Gin Pillr. will he sent to anyono request fug same, wnl fng to the address -given below. Or buy direet fr^m your d'-atrr on the Strict understandiiie that vnnr money ui to nn returned if you arc not. Halisfled. tf iu Pills sell for 50c a boi, or 0 boictt for The National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited. Toronto VS. Address, Na-Dru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. 09752?64 ;