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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Satimlay, Mai'r .s.'ujii.' when he ae-lually gill a KliiiiP^^e of the clly lie w.iH ama/.ed. Some friends liad recoii mi'iuled the Helmont ,� and the parlv Caught a Heavy Cold. It Left Him with a Hacking Cough, I (nund Its lliMlier The Wniii'im I folks llieii wanted lo do sdine shop-pinj;, and Mr Maeken/.ie went with lliein, liut when seen an hour or two later lie said he had nu idea where they Ijad Iicim;, ,uid ilial i'verythinn sii hi'U ilih'rinn tliat he would like lo go 111 slpvji iiu' I went v-tour hours anil I lieu uaki- up and heniii to taiic 111 \eu ^ nrk in small see-I ions. Not Enough Time Ml. .Ma'keii/ie was full of lesret. Ilia I III' JMioki'd pass.i.ce for .\le.v-aiiilriii, l'";;vpt, on l''raneonia, sailin.n yeslerdav, lor he would realh like to luivc had a little more lime in New I ^�ork. When it was sun.uesled ihat ; he minht cancel his passage and take � a later steamer Mr A(acken/le 'sireiclicil Ins feet mil ,i little fiirllie!' j ami said he'd iiju a.s planned and pe; haps lnlp|; .|l New Nplk nli l|l-- Wal liari. Mr .M.irhcii/ie .incssid !ii liiiiiu, a iaWM-i, aiiil to liauui: rc,-.rdeil oul in ;,\llieila luent;,-one ^lal�^, ha\ini, j ,L;ime ihere from Ontario. Ili^ is a I ineinlier of the .\llierla l.i.'.f;islal lire. � anti ihe repciri came in on the Irani Willi liiiii that 111- has made .1 loi 01 new country, Inil iliis did not ((.iitiriii \ii\ for his first risil Indi-.irid he is delcniiimd the world, and 111 ^ime for 1 he i .__..... Cured by Two Bottles of D.D.D. ' ' (Ji. .March. l!lhi I'Hc. .Mr. Aiikub .\Ic| >iilliiii, of Port Hood. \. ri.. wrote ii;^: � M.v little lio,\ ihrcc ,vcars old was . inrifd from head 10 fool wlih oc/.iMna j I lilfd nvci- Iwenly dlffcreni kinds of .^alvea anil wiishcK Ian loiiid nor .^ee aii.v iiupro^ cniclilin tin' ii ^'mt'il 10 he licit inn wiirsc. I Was alioiil ilisc.ail .igi-d and hall loHl frillli in all kiiiil� ni so-called f'c/.eina cures, when ....... inn ahoui \).lK\i...........' -..... ' for sample li;,iili eaiioii eoiivlnoed int itiai I had a; last tii)\. a sure euro. I'wu lioitles offeeled a complete i-:iirc.' Wiinl (lid fur this liiile ho.v. 11 will do for any skin sufferci. A mild. sootliliiK li(|uid niado up of oil of \\'iiiiorf;reeii. Tliynnil, (�Jlyeerliio and other iiiRrodleiili'. il iieiiefrales 10 the rool of tilt) trouble ami uashes the dlsense fiernis out. Why 1101 Kel reliol'.' today 10 thff D.U.I). Mepi. \i. II.. 4!l (kjlhonruc St.. Toronto, Starting a Newspaper In the Early Days (By John Maclean 1 K\cr Hiiiee I and was keni daili days i d e \ ii. |i> ill l-siuii llii \ . iiiiu�s and read some lines from in-. |i-n |i WHS called "a iioein," hui hut, '.\as no Iioetry !n ii. ilowecer. .,~ mail-. ,il; wrilori and love slricki>ii .-'Aa.u.- Iie-,i;in with iioetical elfiisioi.i,. i i. as m I the true ?aiceeB.-:ioii. aiul ha' as e:i Siinijly '�"lite jfj^ig), ,q smiBiy my aniai'iie ;,a)>or/noi/es. I -i-i,,, j,,inifill*;if ill ills life lo .ice ^omctlnnu of will nel to l''.i";.i!,laml corona lion, Ihoiiijli V, icken/.ie expect s ' 1 lie ;-am'' lime, it : Im lor which precious lit t le .Mr. 10 see' of that. .\t was a ilis.iiraeefiil \mericaii newlv icii were res|ioiisihlc. I ha I this hit oiimrv w^'s ciiliilcil lo have i>iil\ _ iiweniv representations at cnurt iliir- II r'i� , , ,. , . >ec!r Wlieilier Mr. MacKen.'ie Mr. J, H. Richards, 18."'2,Second A-vSi M  � , , .,  has ,01), de.~.i;ins upon ilie ciuirl 01 Ins 'ffracnnis Majesl> (�;e(,ri;c \' lie did 'iiiil nientinn Not Eaoer to Talk East-, Vancouver. B.(.'., writes:-''.'Ulow ine lo write 0 low lines in praise ol yout iJr. Wood's Norway I'ine .Syrup. Lust fall J contracted a heav.v cold whiet i.itt inc with a hacking cough, and c.ts iime J woukl gc'i. a little inoro cold Ihi.- liacKing cough would become a lung splitimc one. ]t kept on Jilting worse and 1 kept on upending, money buying dilTereut cough femediea until a friend 'skeyi iiie if 1 had fA^ivlrrndt/r. WobiJ's Morwny PfiieSymp. 1 fold him 1 was willing to try any'thing J thought would cure, and on the same day bought two bottles, lielore half the lirst one W!is ugedimy cough begsin to get much eader, and by the time I liad used a bottle and. a hall in.v cough was gone. I am keeping the other hall bottle in ease it should come again hut \ �ni cpiit.o Bure I have n |iositive cure. I^et mo lecomincnd l>r. Wood's .Norway Pine .^yrup to all who suffer from .�. cough or throat irritation of any kind." Dr. Wood's Norway Hne .Syru;- is put up in a yellow wrapper; three j)im) trees the trade riinrk; price 2.5 cents, JIamil'aetured only by The T ,\lilbun� Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont, It u,is diliiciili 1.1 net aii\ iipinniiis �ii, .Kiy I liiiiir frmii Mr M.ickeii/ie. Tlie :i.poller IhoUKhl he had liol him m;o-iim i,nc" f.n Ihc siihirrl nf leciprne-It-., Inn .\lr M.icken/.ie, .n'lcr liiii aialiiiS 1 eciprneit.y minhl (}e .1 .;,,i,il tiling Mr I'aiiaiia, said he u.i-i,i,.ie f,e- ri" loll, lieraiise '.'.1-ciiiiitiv ill bSiil had thrown Canada down nil thai snhji'ct when I'anada needed il. and nii .second llioiighls he diiln't hflie\c he would say anything iiinrr ihniit \\. Rut It .ill kind.-. ,a a shame lli.ii thcic had ercr lieen s.-pav,ii'nil lietwecii liic coipitn .mil I .niai'a in ihe heginiiiii.c;, hccaiise ilieir.interests w'ere aliiio.s' identical, .ii.d t/iere "uniild noi havi. heeii an\ separalioii had 11 iijit been for a lot nf idioi.h hi Downing slrecl " "^e.s, ils too had faiiailn liidn't stick to Ihe .\niericaii t'nlnines," \ol-iintcered a listener That wasn't what .Mr Mackeiu.ic meant at all \s for liiiiiself, 'C was a liri'islici. he was. and if 'tie I lilted .Slates had stayed loval v ih I aiiaila this wniild have been a ..r.'i'.: p,rt nf the Hriiixli I'^iiiiiire. .\nd liieii Mill \iiicricaiis were alwuvs riimr.u,; iver tn the other side to get titles . n, innise, lie would .idmil Ihat some tiiifs came over here looking for ii,,aie\, but the wlndc thing made him sick. And (hen what aiiia/ed him ueie sniiie of ilsc ways here. Why, in Chicago the othiM night he went In I hi ticket wicket .Old drew out a VVS Canadian iiinellcr's check, and the clerk 111! the inside looked at it and said he didn't: know what il was, and :11st then a fellow traveller, who had heard with indignation, pl.Tiiked down .1 %iM piece, and said he'd take llic. Ira\eller's check himself The whole thing simply showed thai railway ticket clerks were not up lo their jobs when Ihcv weren't �ihic In rclogiii/.c a Canadian travel-! eontaiiiin.;; lets check when they saw it; why, �,1111 cniild f;o anywhere 111 Canada, and .inyhody would know an .\iTveri-cm hill when lie saw il Well, if till' ilicck he had presented in Chiea-gn ',^,1, iini ,id Hal money it 'was jnsl .1 - linnd. -n thctC. A Little History ! will .sfll ruhlic .\iK-tii>ii in tlu' vilhmc ��r Bri{l)KTf. till the S.K. \ '\ SKCTIOX OXM. Towxsiiii* ^:L^:^^:^. ii.w^ii-: twejA'i:. Tuesday, March 28 BE(;i\XIN(i AT lOOCI.OCK .\. .M. THE KoiJ.owiXd runi'Eirrv: 14 head of horses. 2 cows. 1 Han-Parr .t;asoline plow engine with 1 X-boitoni .lohii Deere gang plow. One Cadillac .-Vuioniohile runabout, t disc plows. 2 harrows, :i pairs bob-sleighs. I Champion binder 1 Champion mower 3 gang plows 1 feed cutler. I li'oosier press drill. �I discs. 1 lots and house in the lage of Burdett. Alia, lots and house in the laxe of Grassy I.ake, .\lta. 2 fanning mlllB. vil- JAMES L. LARSEN, Auctioneer. 4 pr. steel wheel trucks. 1 bob-sleigii. democrat buggii's. 1 land paclier. 1 li iij. w in eis. r, il. C. 2 road imgKies. 1! Inrm wagons. \i sels of di'ivinc harness, dnii- ble. 5 sols of single driving liar-uess. 10 robes. 1 wagon and water tank. Half interest in a well drilling machine. I blacksmith oiitCii 1 safe. 1 i-oll top desk. And other articles loo niim-'erous to mention. TERMS CASH. HA�RY A. DRIGGS, Administrator C. W. Smith Estate ".Macicnd wa.s ii.inicil li oiii .fiiil;j;c 1,1 that n.uiic win. tirst the lu'ohiiicd police out there, .Mr .M.iekeiizie ill answer to a linn "lie cslatilisbed a fort in bSTt. When I went oul Ihere Calgaiv had a population of onl\ .ihnin L.'.*ni(i \nw i( liu.s about ,^U,- j"-'"' "^'^ uiMI �' I lave \oii .in> .\mcricaiis oat' there ',''� .Mr. .Mackeii/,ie was asked. "My ciinsiiIiiciicN is composed main h Ol Viiiei leans. " he replied. "They are apparent 1> well sali.-,lied with the cnimtt), of cniiise. iliey liavc be-enme Canadians, as it necessary lo do 111,It 111 i.rdcr 1.1 obtain the p.iicnl in llieir la.iid �P.ctwccii Maai deal, hm |."ailier .liiiis i.dilcf Has Koldeii. as he had Ira: i.dled widelv, and had a fiiiid of Icd.ii. , ihiiu.nh ho was iiinoraiil of Hie. ways of rice. | .\ piibiii meeiiiii. v.n^ ealbid lo ills-i ciiHs Ihe sil ,'a;ion. t.ui\ ihe (;o.spel : Shack was filled with a inoilej jiinap' nf iiieii. The Dos- '.'.is Ihere. niic ' thai iiieaiit nnposiiinii There wane biill-w hackers and ;'i n!-|iec'oi s. the clerks i>: the trailin', i.n.-ij ami mount' I'll iiolieemeii. l^a'e Ml^e was there, with a genial smiie, deebiring ibu; �Ibis ere ilriug lan' --let aions Kaiiiuosu! .\o, .'sin,.,.: Hel yerj liio ^lli^i liiin.i; musi liO'. It's a sure] thing for the coiiiiii.>. and no mis-! lake." Smiler, the seM ni. with the broken | Capital. Xesf ail UidivMed fxmli^m^ Total AssetsOyer $4$.NI.fN; Get Ready N�w opportunities for exceptionally pro6table investments coiae' occasion ally to every man. But it ik only the man who has built up a Savings Bank .�Vocniuit who can lake advantage of them. \V"c will gladiy help you save the money, and give you sound advice on ils .stibacquent investment, if you wish. One Dollar opens an Accoutit. Main Office cor. Round & Redpath St�i5. R. TINNING, Managtr. Stirling Branch-A. H. Raaeh, Acting Manager. ' Grassy Lake-E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. The kegs] safe i the t ook said (pies- ibody'.^ there The 'iisi iended iiade. fad of Ii lu llCgft nose, came, and li(> was sober, stage had been dcla.Md witli ihe of permit wliiske.\. .nni he was tor another day. The crowd wat: 'm'TesKd in Ihe newspaper, wbat,^ije', ei may have tiei-ii iheir tiioi.uln .renal its influence iil.'oii Ihe people. Tlu I'C was snnui dis-eiissinii abo If ihe of advcr-Ii.-ai).\, the ,-e|lhv_; if stock, and the sir.riin.ti of ibe paper. The uiidieiiee waa i le.roiiglil;, con-veriud l,y the spee(l-i. and amid .area' applause tiic bioss sat down. "Strike Ihe eumiiiiitee: i'bair: t'liair" (;i\e us the names'.'" �f'he rhairinaii .',rose at liie desire Ml the audience, and nominaicd the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, CV.O., Ll_D., D.C.L., President-ALEXANDER LAIRD, Qenehal Manager capital. - $10,000,000_ rest. - $7,000,000, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRfES lucrv bivinch o( The Canadian Bunk oC Commerce is ccjuipped to iswe draft* M tlie principal cities in the lbtlo*vn.f,- ounlries without dela Grcct-e Hoilaml Af.itii-i Ctib.i A-i:!r:,! 111.- l\L'pubiii- Uciiniark IcelanU A.,-...:i.. Ktrvpl fiiHia Ausiii.i-Unny:�ry Trtnic laiunds Irc-Ijind Ht^Itfium Fiiiiuiui halj HI: I .*. i * i-'o ni OS. I j.-1 p 1'. n l!uji;.irii* (-'rand* /.-(v.i ------------ ____ Cc^ion l'r\h Cociiin 1. hin.i Malrji liussi* C'uitcdS^tM. Cliili i.'tcrman> ManchuriJ Scrvia lil^Cuay ' \ Citiua tirciit Hritaiti Nrcxicu .Slant � Wjiirt-� \^^^^ The ainor.nt of ilu;so drafts i.s staled in tin- money of tho country whcrfi'the^.a're.p^y- '\ ;iHle ; ih.'it is thov arv drawn in stL'rIinj:,'-. francs, marks, lire, kronen, florii>a,i yea',^ taely, roubifs, etr., as the case may be. This ensures thattbe payee abrMf H|r.t New jfWlMd Panama l'er.iia Peru Pliilippt'tic Ulandn T'ot-tup'i! liussi* .Scrvia .Sian� Slhwia .Soudaii South'AfriM SiMuii, StiiiiU Set*tn Sweden Switierland lis I- 0|e i.i.-- �111 ;;ll,ael- \'e\v,-;, ami liolliiiig less Mian .1 -..Heiil. ik "Sfi.i Sluicliiu\'. Il .'..iiiUl do. 'rite , Hoss ^^'a.s kno'.vii u\ i... one ol' liie ''hi. 1 OJU'onenis in ili.. ..1 heme, leii |-'alliei-.Hill was in I' n: it, and iliai wa> siiflieieiii eiidorsai ion and enc.nii ime-raeni. Kalher .liin w.'i-'= a nioiintaiii iiarsoii. with a big eeai: and wide exjiei i.'iii e Willi nieii. lie eanio ihroiiL-li 'lie f.'iow's .Vest l'.i.^s ill ilie early d.i;.;. Willi a pan.! ol eld timers, and he �'as rich enoit'.;!' mMi some fine hur.-es which lie disiiiised ol' lor a liaiidsoiiie price ill i-;ii;!.-kiluui. lie was a Iru h-eior ul' iiaii'iii iiKiiiiiei'.s .which '.Mu'e Shouii in licrtaiiliil |/liias(.s. wliicli lell from his lie m 'lie ricdiesi bi'o^iie e Ollhl liei:.lii!. 'a In 11 he was addi ,1 children wi'li a deli.nlil t'l the When lie went in and dand'cd the e. llle moll.el uas child playiiiK n i TELEGRAPHIC aRlEFS W'liiK on ihe \ieel .Maiap-rtrsy iiin ai CJiieen's. will ^ejyjl' al uncc \S ill CllSt |.~i.l(l/e. l)(irolh\. the 'i .lei r nld diiii^;lUef ei Ii. W Siihnaii. M. P. 1'.. o'' Cliaihani. i.j liead rriini a|iiienili ins. .Mrs. I'aiherine Clraliaui. inoilier of the (;ro|jrieior ul ilie ()ii(.>nial lloiol. I'elerhoro, is dead, a'icd s'J. .Meses K. lleiuinKway, ot' rnionviUe. died, aged 11. He cunducied t.he cjiieen's Hotel there lor many years. Four hoys are cliariicd with si.x hiir-glarles in Montreal, and the ni 11 )er or une of them with having bought tlio stolen ,u;oods. ladies, ami he loc, passion Hi.. j.i.. cluirmui.; iii'.ihers. I he Gusjiel .Slia. i\ first burn oil his Urn siirprined .> 1 he a Iv.-enl.v .J"lhii .e.old jilece afi'i It. had 'imie Father .lin. ah^ siaiioiied in oiu- ni the lillii^e.- (Ill the Trail in llle niiniu.i; da., s. and to relieve ilu monotony, and raise some iiioiiey. the ladies iii'oii .-ed iliai they wouiil li,i\e it lea iiieeiiiif:. Il was ;o lie an na! .�iiii lie IlIJi �H'lss, a coi'i.oral of the ;\(omi:ed Vo-iiil.\ liee. and ni.\.ieli' as ihe romni't 1 ee. "It war a yreai nieeiint;." said Ka-iiio.jse. Smiler sliool; hi-i head a.-^ lie slain-ii'eil the door hehiml him, i i. riicy'il I'oinel al layout ilie [laper' ^ "lien llle tan.i;lut"or .1 mui'.; in! 'I'lic -7. I:ei,s!l give them other iiniioiiv lie! .le,- life ihey will!" | � A week passed, r.nil the l!i)?s a.-.' i-oiiM'uer of the enuniii.'ec said iioii|-. IMV-. A iiioiitli sl;ii|:ed away, ami he Siinilcil as we met. 'I'li as he moied ^.l"wly ill speech ami le-liuii, I paiieni-\\ uaili-il lor lite nnthe of the nieei-j iiiK. wliieh r!id leii cone'. When rliri-i j imintlis had iioiie \Mtliuiit a sitii,'ii-l.iiit, ilieri' dav.iii.l ai 'ast ih.- re'. "Ui-i;i>ii of llle wle le affair. I w.i.-i b.-at ^ .-e. defe.iied .'.le lila!idi:=liiiic;iis. liiUiiinil v.-'i'iis and p)eii,-iiii-' .-.miles, i--..- ibi louiinitiee w.i;- iie'.. r ejljed, .111.! .ill Ii.-.- eiu t.iiira�. lie .1; oi 'hi SIo iili tiat � d i Ir. en. be -1,1 - 111 .,i F.i 1 hei .1 iiii. .'.iili nr. own .iik .1..111 for a r.-al. li\e : .ip. , ill .muiin'o'.wi caiue to iiaii.nlii. 1- H-..-' a sad eiidiim Ui a glorious vis ell. h)i the dream of my .Mnitli wa^ � I.del", destroyed, and thai by a sinili ,1 111! lair words. .Siiiiiei went off uu a spree when 1 THE MOLSONS BMIK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD .OFFICE, MONTREAL. ('a|>ital Paid Up.........M\ s .\ . iiy. and ill. which, how, " 'si!i.:;r. 01 bii igesleil il'.e ili^ soiie- .1 ladii s sill 11. jiid s^^eelc^ "Whin wii "III e,(,l, and when some line li The sion-a. sack ;i! 1. ed more 11.. boiler, and and placiii.-a roariUK to o(,liei UP hour ia' ing our. � iilllil be h owned. \ WU;; J.,il\\ I. sceojieil i liaiis, aiu; low. \'. i,l M ehi|illl l'f piuv t... i men . al-.: : ..ipeii � ' , foil -1 II..J new fan.yled iib-a^ . bead of till. I omin.iii .. holl;-.e 111' liis ov. 11 to � I , lie a li 11- iiiii:!. III! r. iioi real 1 isel... eoer. � assisi in ii'(-slinieM.f.. -.1 lie .s .�ml one III ,10 d llu keil Treatment that is Guaranteed Give Rcl'ef I-.. . 1-111,1 i.-i p,-.!'a>ii il in 11 iLiirc. li is 1 .d 10 be . ' oiii.iiiiieis ii;sea.-e. t inili �..111 '.iildeii ill till- . ill si rin ed anil n . eulll.-il be I lll'ed 1 into the stove. One day lie called 011 .Nancy daring in,\ absence, with aiiger and disgust dec|i|y ini|irinied on his eonnrcnaiicc. lie held Ihe local naiier in his linnd .alked savagely. "Pardon me. .Missis, bin look at tha'. Head HI itead it yotirser'" lie held the |)a))er at arms leiiKlii. llii-ii ihrew it on ilie fhiur. .\'anc.\ w.Ls 1101 dismayed, as she had become aiitisiomed 10 hi^ visils, and kiie� .thill lie had a kind lieari \vlieii ho was I himself. She idcked tip the oaner an dread ; "It is .�-If suii duty 10 record iln funeral 01 our old friend Smiler. lie came fi'o;ii nans unknown, and he^ has gone 1.1 his own iilace. .Mav he' resi ill peace! He was buried i.oday ttiih (ileal honor." \aiiey iiieil bard to .suppress a Kill iie. ; "is iliai uliat you .all cecvilizution'.' TIk ,. II b-ii'v a man before he's dead. formaiion that h�^ was, seen fidkig westward early in l-Ue.'morning. He had lefi for the mountains, 'W.hei'e there were no uewspapers, and. hei^did not wail 10 shake hands wHli Ka-moose. Thai, was the last we. heard of Sjiiiler, and he must have Eiilfilled' the prophecy of the obituary toiw years ago, but do reporter has mftnag-ed 10 get a "scoop," as the old ijjau sot so far from civilization, tht^}> there 1 u; no record of his death. Election Cai4 pa I in ihe eloomiii ioiiiiir\ ...Hi ! II fiv ,p doiii �I- 11 a II I k LONG BROS.. Off .;e next Proprcelort Arcade, ii-r Tie'-:-. .-..^lee -. t hi.* til.-e e. t�i -, [Hi! 11 ' II .in held - ejIS.' .v oa 111 it.' Ill an iiiiler tni 1 e. ...Ill Father .lim damp-11 ha:; ol 11 intii a lar.iie aiiei- pouriim in waier,-i! on Ihe stove, he made lire. ,,ii.i wen' oil to iillemi dm 11-.-. When he returned 11, I be fiiuiid the biiifl sw(>ll loiiK 1)111 some 01 ! . * illeii all ilie 1 an '.,  III.' wa ., ali\. I.lid .1 a :.l i.i ii.\ bo. , I'l ! iou ililo pie .s and net, �. I � llnile III Kit 1 i-i 111 bullet, I alb-d I he ; .irsoii'.- -Pa r. .-'e'od ill ,iiiia>e ... .ilid lll.i.lllis Willi .11 am! d:.-.iiiii,\ , 1 '.e;. \.. ilil biirs' 01 �1! I '11' her .1 iiii in bis .bii � I lie s\ve:if ruiiiiiiiu liuu u .\ I.i ami 11 i\\ 1. aial I he be.iM whs f.ii . .diij I'.i .-.nou Ml;: \\ IKi: t;;,-;e li a III -li|i..... Ill lie- le iM ,1111. . ile-iliil.i 1 i.lilll III . if .lii ai;i p: i.\ .1 lell ilKCs 01 \\. anil. 1.1:11 (-M'l'. I'll K ,S llCM 1 iou. |)0 �\ I.-1 liOllle W If/-! i 111- . l-0!,.- l-lll. ( b III lii . 1. \ '-\ \ U.--e- ] � � eal ill;: ..| .-I. � I Hinds, fill e. . I isl i \ .111 to iiiuiie.) 11 w i 1; I 'III and ill! iml.\ ob liieiii 111 11, i - evali .-^l.u.- All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by The [. B. [dijy, Co., limited, Hull, Caflida Ask your nearest grocer for them / JL ;