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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1916 THE LETHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE h F FISH! FISH! this Y1; fresh e.'inghl and earefiilly packed are in (excellent, condition. Lei: us supply your fish duriiiu' tliis Jjcnlen season and you will always he pleased. F I 452 - PHONE - 452 What the Medical Health Officer Says About Milk In His Animal Kepoit No mntler liow much care is oxeicist'd by milk vendors, many ot tlie purclmsers have not tlie moiinB ot Itoeplng the milk iiroperly, tlio absence of refrlRcrators nnd ice rendering it almost Impoasible. I should, tlteretore, like to advise thut during the months ot July, August and' September all milk given to infants be pasteurized. It can be done at home by those acquainted with the process nnd (letormlned to carry it out in every detail, but all cannot do tliiB. However, it can bo purchased. The Crystal Dairy has a plant for that purpose. I have examined it thoroughly, and 11 1b up to date in every respect, witli the exception that they have no clarifior. There are two reauisites to perfect milk/ viz., cleanlineas and safety. Millv from the milk farm )na.v bo clean, and it may not. Pussnsw through the clarifior removes all po.s.slhility ot dirt. It Is clean, but still not safe. The milk passes from the clarifior to the pasteurizer where it is kept at a heat of i'". 142 deg. to F. Mfi deg. for thirty minutes. This kills all hnrmful bacteria nnd renders it safe. From there it passes over the cooler Into the storage tank, and is then ready fo; bottling, both clean anil safe. The manngemonl of the Ci-yslal Dairy assure ,me that 'beforo the suninior months,-.vlien pasteurization Is so neces-�iry, they will instal a clarll'ier. lion this is installed, I can '>nl'idently rfcommond their pr,oduct to the public, t may say �� ? ninny largt! cities the uiunicipallty iuis installed pas-iu.auon iilants, and all milk �'ld by The Crystal Dairy PHONE -i6,0 NINE-VEAR-OLD A SUICIDE Kincald, Sask., JIarcli 12.-Hocauso his mother had corrected him, llttlo nine-yonr-old Mrnlo Wil.'jon Hod n rope around his nock' and hanged himself from a rafter in tho barn today. X fow hours later his motlier found him dead. and Vigor I Mis. .lames A. Smith ot Oakland, Cnl., says:-"My husband, now olghly-two years of age. Is a retired Vel-oran of the Navy, and he has boon strengtliDnud and bonotitted a great deal by Vlnol,' My long experience with first class physicians and nurses enables me to discriniinale in niedl-, cines, and 1 must say Vlnol has proved its wonderful qualities to re-i liovo and strengthen the whole system un^lor very trying circumstancBS. I Whon the blood is thin and noodsl Ktrongthenlng, and to build up a de-I ploted system, nothing equals Vlnol," Nothing equals Vlnol to strengthen old people hocausu tho tonic iroil, the medicinal proportios of fresh cods' livers, beef peptone' and mild nnttvo wino which It contains are tho very elements needed to robulld wasting tiasuo and create stronglli. Wo ask every feeble, aged person In Lothbrldge to try a bottle ot Vlnol, with the understanding that we will rclurn their mouoy If It falls, J, D. MiginliotUam & Co., Ltd,, Druggists, Lothbridgo, Alborta. � Advt, How Many Are Restored To Health. The city council again dealt with the estimates tills morning, and again struck a, tentative rate of 33 mills for Ifllfi. Tile final figures of the assessment were presented by Assessor .Meech, showing $13,36,"),010 assessable for all i)urposes, $13,127,350 tor school purposes and $1,212,445 tor soparato school purposes. On this basis the school rate would be ().(! mills and for all other purposes 20.4 mills, making 33 in all. However, it is likely that the rate will bo struck on the basis of the net amount required by the city, tiius doing away with the practice of allowing a discount for prompt payment ot taxes. If tliis is done the rate will bo reduced a couple of mills. To enable tho city to do this the council asked that Solicitor Ball amend tho amendment ask(!d for to.the city charter, so that Instead of adding a penalty of one per cent, a month, the city may add a penally of 12 per cent, a year. I Under the original amendment asked I for the city could not Imposo a penalty for the whole yoar unless the tax \ bills v.'ore out on ,lan. 1. Under tho new amendment, if taxes are due on July 1 at par, tlio city can add any penalty it pleases up to 12 per cent, after that date. ' lane well has been stopped temporarily owing to the loss of the tools. The basement ot the tabernacle* was the scene of a festival this evening, tlio occasion being the annual re-uulon of the first ward. An e.\cellent arranged program was rendered con-eluding with the serving of light refreshments. The trio by the bishoprio and "Cardston 20 years henco" by Jas. P, Low wore tho crowning features of a most excollent. evening's '"^ThT"first load of gravel tor the 1 becomes neces'aary through neglect of Churchill it Is loarued an extraordl-second ward church was hauled this^such symptoms as .'backache, irregular ; miry explanation ot tho cause which morning, and prospects are ver.v'-and painful periddSi'displacementa, pain : impelled the colonel to deliver his ,FirS't;i---^AImo9't every operation In _........_ .......... our hpspiliils performed upon women !,nf,te"friend of Col. Winston Spencer WINSTON CHURCHILL HAS A BAD HUNCH London, March 11.-From an lutl- in the ai^e, burning, sensation in the itotnach, bearing down pains, nervousness,' dizzihess'ahd sieeplesanesis. Second.-Themedicine most successful in reliotirig feriible ills is Lydia E. j c'lnirchlYl Is Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound. It ]not como Hi bright for the immediate eroctioi\ of this now edifice. Four plans liayq been submitted and aro now iiiid^r consldoration by tho committoo. .The two most favorable were furnlRhBdhy Architect Noble, Lethbrldgo, ' arid Pope & Burton, Salt Lake City, Utah....., , - , ^, , ,..........- -------...... ,, , Tho first named follows closely along'fegula^^s and strengthens the organism; junow I shall bo killed," he told his speech ot warning In the House ot Commons last Tuesday. If Colonel Churchill wore a Scotsman he might be dosorlbod as "fey," according to tho story told by his friend. Colonel convinced that ho will through tho war alive. "I tho linos of tho L. D. S. churcl)-Mh Lothbridgo, while the latter is vory similar to the new temple and school house. Tho building will cost ?SO00, and will bo located just Iminodiatoly north of tho court house, across the street from the Church ot Elagland. IN ROLLING PULLIVIAN Toronto, March 12.-J. W. FlavoUo, chairman ot tho British munition itovovcomos diaeasB., For forty years has been making-wbtn^n strong and well, relieving baclc-Bche; tiervousness,' ulceration and in-flamiiiation, weakness, displacements, irrefi,-ularity and periodic pains. It ha,s also proved invaluable in preparing- fpr childbirth and the Change of Lif^.-, Tlijrd;-The groat number of unso- trloud, "and before I die 1 want to make my mind clear." This was before Tuesday's debate whon Col, Churchill stated the grounds for his unoasiness, prominent among them being tho apparent bellot that his own actions were responsible for the country being deprived ot Lord Fisher's services at the admiralty. A Leading Food Expert stood horoi'c llie big hatltn-y of milling machines in the (IrapiJ-Niils factories, and after inspecting both the wheat find flour said to the miller: Tluil's .selected wheat, and no "patent flbm*' stunt, eitiler. That wheal comes out of the rolls as honest and unrefined as it went in. Where did you ever make flour before lluil retained Ihb true mineral content of the grain?" And the wise miller rephed: "I have worked in a good many mills, and 1 am no youngster, but let me tell you, I never made whole wheat flour like that until T came with this company." ' The truth is, white flour is woefully lacking in certain essential elements which tire thrown out in the milling to make flour white and pretty, and its use frequently results in impaired health and activity. The famous pure food, TO STIMULATE ENLISTMENT London, Out,, March 12.-With a i.iu... ,,,.,.,uu juu.i,.,u . .... ^� Increasing onllatmcnt, a wo- track yosfofday nftornoon and rolled o^^hlch aro from time to time published emorgoncy corps tor military ---1�� n,, ,,I,___, district No. 1 was organized yoster- Gordon Wright, of this A registration bur-uau to rocoivo tho naipes of woraon willing to lake tho place of men on-listing will bo opened at once. commission; C. G. .lames and Arthur ,the Pink-1 o7n miUnutn" wllh ?um od ah" Laboratory at Lynn. Mass., many Uack yosJerday r/tonioon^S rolled of.w^^^.............. down an ombankmont midway i,o-^ by peripission, are proof of the value of i,,^y_ jt,,g QoYAt: tweon Colborno nnd Toronto. .�,Th(^-tMb.E^ Idty, Is pvosldont. only passenger injured was Mr. - J, .pOiirtd;-in-the treatment'of femalo ills. \oan to rocoivo tl nly passenger injured was -Mr. .li.pO Keel'er, a solicitor ot. Wolland;v^\\liQ^;,; fl^^^ had ono rib ^jroken.  ...*:?'..:::4ttj(l^|!;;$t�te8 te;'q�irdl�Uy;-tavitpd to Mrs. Michael ICurpln^;: duelpli' gJ'^Sl^gg^-g^^^^ tell down tho cellar stops in hor home ^' .^f'1/ and Huntalned inich uorloua in uriMf BpoCwl advice., It is free, will bJing you that sho died �1 fow liyuru later. '  teWtb and may sttvayour liffc ' Rabbi Wise of Now York speaking In Toronto, called on Britain to inter-cede with Uussia to secure jusUco for tho Jews, is made of lumest wliolc wheat antl malted barley; anti supplies in splendid proportion all the brain and neive-maldng, bone nnd muscle-building clcmcnls of the Held grains, including tiieir mineral elements. Rich, niit-like flavour, case of serving, and quick digestibility have made Grape-Nuts a household word the country over. "There's a Reason" Made in Canada^ i . goi^ by Growers Canadian Postum Cereal Co. Ltd,, Windsor, Out, . OS 76 230677 ;