Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DATLY HERALD �us ris IPORIED IN M (From Oiir Own CorrcdooniJonf) Plncher' Craak, Mor. 18.-"Top O' the morning," and 'twaB Just a dandy, -lifter a. rofrcBhtng sliowor of rain, tho Bun como up with the brightest of miles, and wo knew that our good St. Patrick had ushored In the spring. With our hoartfi gladly answering tho laddlo In tho 'iti-eet gaily whistled unatchoa of "The Wnnrln' O' tho tlreon," wo went aboUt our rarioua tasks with grand admiration fpr our woo bit o' Shamrock. And ag;ain >ve know 'tis spring, bo-causo a great upheaval has taken place, and numeroUB farnlllas are changing tUelr places of abode. Sleigh lug is now a thing of tho past,' the motors are humming and evidently tho roads are drying,-the huge snowbanks are gradually diminishing, ami wo tool assured that we will escape tho worry of 'spring freshets. S�rious Fire The second very serious fire in tho �past two weeks occurred on Thursday A LiFETiME OF SUFFERING Preysnleii by "Fruit-a-tives" The Wonderful Fruit Medicine 1 63 Maibonnbwve St., Huix, Quk. "In my opinion, no other medicine \s so good .as- .'Fruit-a-tives' for Indigestion and'Constipation. l'"or years, 1 saffet'ed with these dreaded diseases, trying all kinds of treatments Mntjl I was tjld I was incurable. , One day a friend told mo to try 'Fniit-artives', To my surprise, I found this medicine gave immediate relief, and in a short time I was all right again". DONAT LALOXDE COo. a box, 6 for $2.60, trial size 25o. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. last nfenr Beaver Mines,,>vhon the homo of Mrs. MacIJowali wiii burned to the ground. Miss Marjorio and her brother Hootor wore tho only members oC the family at lioma, their niotlior be-Ing away on a vlsH across tho bor.dnr. It was Junt about noon whbn tlioy noticed the wholo of tho upstairs in flames, and frantically tried to savo lis much ns posBlble, they only succeeded in getting out a few small articles and one mattress and spring, bosldcH the piano, which weighed over 8i)0 pounds and will always remain a mystoty how It could have boon carried to snCoty by a Utile boy and girl. A high wind was blowing and In less than one hour tho lovely MacDowoll homo lay a ruined ash-hcap, In spile of the fact that several nolghbors who chanced to see tho smoke hnBlonod to givo . asslsliince. liosldcs tho uaiiiil coVnforts of a homo there wore many old country vahmblnK Including splendid library which Is slated to hav membors of the choir oC tho Uiilted CUjirch gathered at tho homo of Mrs. A. \V. Bossenberry on .Monday evening last, to honor Miss Li. McKln-non one of Aieir number, prior to her leaving for Calgary, whore sho has accepted a position on the staff of i Binnlngs' Limited. Miss McKinnon has for several years boon a constant attendant of the fta'raer Presbyterian church and a most proficient worker. During tho evenlnjfe, whlcli was very sociably enjoyed. Miss McKinnon was presented with an address of appreciation; and a beautiful pendant and o �> � � ^ � ? 2,000, INVALID SOI-DIERS ? ? RETURN K> _ - � � A steam- 7l�!lfux, Ma.'i;h 20. _ _______ or Willi nljoiil 3,01)0 Invalid Can-iHliun .soldicr.s nnivod hn.ro y-,-from an lOnglish port lato this/? afternoon. racUcally filled boyond (.;i|)iicily, nn�) llio primary ti^achor has an onrollmunl of \V.\., Tlio olhor grades also bi'lng (jt) lilloci that promotions ul preai.-nl ;iro out of llic, quustitin, AfU.'r con.sidi'i'iibb! discniiKion at the laHt Inrdrd nu'ntiiij,', 11, was Oocidqd to not allow any now beginners until Septflnibor thin yonr, Uuil Isi prlmavy scholar.'^ Ju.si. foimnoncing, and to make It a rule In I'litiiro that bRgllmors may only .start intending sichool at 13astor and Soptonj|)cr. AFAREILI Ci Take Nuxated Iron, Says Doctor, If You Want Plenty of "Stay There'^ Strength Like ah Athlete.! Makes, Delicate, Nervous, Run- - ^ " :,. down "People Stronger In Ten Day*' Time, in Many Cases MOST people foolishly seom to think tliey are going to get renewed health and. Btrength from some stimulating medicine, aeoret noatrum or narcotic drug, said Dr. E.iKauer, a Boston Physician who has stud-led widely, both In this country and in great Huropean Medical Institutions, when, as a fact, real and true strength can only coma from the food you eat. But people often fail to' get tho strength out of tlieir food be cause they haven't enough iron in thair blood to enable it to change �food Into living matter. From their'weakened, nervous condition, they know something is wrong, but they -can't tell .what. If you are nit strong or well, you owe It to yourself to nitike thS' following .test: Sei? how long you cap wprlt or how far you can walk wjthout becoming tired. Next- |;ako two five-grain tabletS'Of ordinary nuxated Iron, three times per day after meals tor two weeks. Then test your strength again ai^d see-for yourself how much you have gained. I h'aVe aeon- dozens of an athlete or prize f!j;hter has won the day norvouB, run-down people'who' simply because ho \:n&\v tho secret of great wore ailing all tho wljlle, most' strongth and endurance whlcli comes from astonishingly increase their liaving plenty of iron in the blood, while strength and enjlUrahce by: tak- many another has .gone-down to inglorious Ing iron In tho proper form and defeat simply for the lack of Iron. . � this after they- had in" some NOTI3-^Nuxatod Iron which Is prescribed cases been doctoring tor months and recommended above by Dr.'E. Saner, and without obtaining imy benefit. But don't taUo .the old forms of reduced iron, iron ,agetate or tincture of Ivon simply to save a fow cents. You must take iron In a form that can l)e easily ab Horbed and asplmilaiod, like nux other physicians, is not a secret remedy but ond which is well known to druggists everywhere. Unlike the older Inorganic iron pro-ducta, it is easily assimilated, doos not Injure tho tooth, mako'^hom black, nor upset tho Btolndoh. Tho manufacturers gunrantoo suo-cosstulsand dntirely satisfactory results to uted iron, Jf-you want It to do every purchaser or theyvWlU I'Ofilnd .your you;any-go'oa,;pt)ie5wise It may money.. It l.p dlsponsect Ijy.'ftU gqodidruggists., prove'w6r'�B''lhan uselbss. Many -Advertisement. (I'rom Our Own ('oi-rcKii.inili'nt) Cardston, Mar. IS.-Mr. William Gardner of Aetna Is a vtry manly and popular man. As bo is leaving in a couple ot weeks to locate permanently -with Ills family on a farm he has bouKht near Camroso. The Lee's Creek LodK(> ot Oddfellows hero, of which he has boen a faithful member, re solved to give him a rouaing send oft. This they very Huccci/faily nccom-�l>llHhecL. when a party ol' about one hundred Oddfellows and thoir invited Kuests met in llie Court HouBO on' Friday pvoning and enjoyed them solvoK to iheir licarls content. Broth Or Dr. Christie who was head ot the social committee and Brother Douglas Oland who had chargo of the program did tlicir work well and overlooked no detail and tho result was a complute .success from every point ot view. Tho orchestra consisting of Mrs. Laytou and Messrs. Lane antV Gaboon, furnished music during "tho evening. There was a varied program of literary and musical numbers. Mrs V. .V. Christie read .In, iier. cultured manner a poem, "The Legend of Q^'-Appclle." Mr. -Sheffield's sniig.~-was much appreciated. Mis AValker sang � solo that beaut-ltuUy brought'put' and>-'lt l3| very ^needless to �ivy'.th^t[ th^jr ipleaa-i reOcthe pJ-Qwd ^mmenjaaiy'.. Ciffdsjoh.ris; prbud ot Its male quarf6l'te,:'Mfi.:Pl(sk-J up sang a solo with wuch-acceiitahce.! Mr. Oland recited a war:pcVe'ctlon,arid Rev. J, M. Kellpck a hunibrqua^ Scottish piece, "Ho\y I Joined the IQpttle garbles Oddfellows' Lodge.''^-Thijaud lonco was in high .good hunior a-rid-;ie celvejl all tjie numbers with, the^b'es^ ot feeling. Dancing was indulged in for a part of the evening and the card tables were busy tor a short tlm^, Tlov, J. M. Kollock, a brotlier-Tnem--ber ot the lodge made a pTosentntlori to Mr. Gardner ot a valuable plpb In a leather case. The speech of pvoaon-tation and the reply caused' a gi-eat deal of amusement from the drollery and humor in them.. Mr. Aiittloman, who has-reBlgried from the'.poilca force to go home and engage Irf "his father's busine's? in western QptSi'io'i though ho has' been only a visiting member of the lodge here has � le:i:hbridge, Alta;; ?5^^ MARL I OMTARIC^ST, TO' P.\GENINE who can. Tho chief limitation tor iii-cre.Tsed production wltli wliich far-iiinr.'i lire confronted in ilie scarcity ot I.-iljnr and It Is liopoil that tlin es-lahllfllilng of local InteiiiKonee offices and clearing houses will result In, inducing a larger proportion of o,ur total population to give their efforts to the single and detInItr|ond of producing inorc food from tho soil In in],S. THE MOBILIZATION OF FARM LABOR. The Department of Agriculture Is localizing the work of tho Provincial Labor ]3ureau by eRtabllshIng otflcea in different parts ot llie province. Offices are already, open at Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridgo ;"id Medicine Hat, and an office w^ill lie opened at Red Deer, on Aprll.lst. It will be tho business ot ofllcials at these points to secnro as complete information as pos.sible as to the needs and to distribute available Labor to meet the needs. Faniie!-.