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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915 WORLD'S GREAIEST KIDNEY TYl'K OF (WNN KKCAPTl'KKD IVY CANADIANS Have ProTed Their Value In Thouiands of Cases WONDERFUL RECORD OF A WONDERFUL CUBE Only Rcmedr Acts On AH Three Of Organ? For The Of Acid In The Blood. Mtnv people do not that the Sfcin is of the three great tors of waste matter front the body. JU a matter of Uoi. thi? Skin rids thi ivslem of more :.or wnste matter) tiian the Kidners. When there is Kidney Trouble, Pain 1 n The Back and Ac-id Tjrine. it may not be the fault the tidne'S at ail. hut be due to uuhv Skin Action, or Constipation ttf the bowels. "Tniit-a-tires" cures lore, aching Kidtievs, not only because it strengthens these orgsns but also be- cause "Fruit-a-tives" opens the sweetens the stomach and stimulates the action of the skin. "Fruit-a-lives" is fold by all dealer! at 50C. ft bos. 6 for tiial size, or will be seat postpaid ou receipt of price br Fruit-a-tiYM Limited, Ottawa. CHANCE FOP. WOMEN Moose .law. April liam McAi'iister. one of the delegation from the Trades and Labor councils nf the Province, -.vhc waited on Pre- mier Scott and his cabinet at Retina yesterday, stated this mornins that lie was certain that a little effort on the part of the women of Saskatchewan would secure for them this year me right of enual franchise. CHKISTADELPHIANS ClIlilSTAOKU'lllAXS Meet in Moose Hall. lliginMliam i Kntrance street south anrt i.nenuf south. at i p.m. Hiblo class. Sundays at 3 p. m.. ugbscriptions will be publithsd in this paper, and you are requested to send yours to any office of the ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, and nferk it "KHAKI PRIS- ONERS' PUND." The subscriptions will also he duly acKnowleriged in the Magazine aud various newspapers in England from time' to time. iiclicvr that Christ was ilio ;tiod to be a niristUui." Music, 1111- thorn m-.d solo by Driver Mdmkiu. J. B. rnuu'is. pastor. Class-mpetiny, 10 a. m.; 1! a. in. Special address to jS'adualiHg class oi junior conpuega- ,'tirm.'ii.m. subject. Third address in sones 01 personal "Personal. qualifications." I PENTECOSTAL PKNTKCOSTAL jAvt-. church. Suuuiiy at H I Kctuemhninu: the lord's Death. j 7.oi' p.m. (iospel ,S p.m. 1'riuer Ciospel Kvcryijoiiy v.t-iconie. ROMAN CATHOLIC j ST. Fnnnh sircet I'alu- rr Ro-cntiial. pasior Jtov. Fi. Min- assistant. Children's; .VK.SS at .-S a.m. and Mass at HUO a.m. .Sunday school -i J-'vciiiiip, sei'- vice ;it Sermons at each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, S Ji. m. Tlie reading room is open to everyone every dav from three to five p. m. Everyone is cocdially invited to attend. j i BELIEVERS I Burgmann's Hull. 41S ThirteeBti I itreet, North van j assemble on thp Lord's Day for tht breaking oi bread at 11 a. m. Sunday i school at 3 p. m. Gospel preaching at i i 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday i p. m- SALVATION ARMY j Services are liela the j Etreet, as follows- Sunday. 1! a.m.. Holiness incsling; 3 p.m., i 1 meeting, and 7.3U, Salvation meeiintr t aignts: .Monday, K p.m., public j j aiaetiut, itru uv Wednssday. j i 3 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, i p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel j baoil in attendance: Saturday, p.m., i and eaar meeting LATTER DAY SA'lNTS I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF j for the Builds Sturdy Bodies SOME mothers feed their children Creamettes three times a day. This new more tender macaroni product is the ideal substitute for meat. The ordinary macaroni, as you know, takes from 30 tt> minutes to cook. Crramettcs cooks to ft delicious tenderness in from 6 to a miiiudis. nderness la uom o m o Cieamcttes is nmile from tho si and ft rich new ftft w. Try It vitk cheese, with bam, with toointocs, with bacon, or witli nuts. MOTHER'S MACARONI CO MINNEAPOLIS Also makers of Mother's Macutoni, Mother's Vermicelli, Mothc.-'sSpaEhetti and Mother's Ese Hoodies. Look for the will) Crenmeltt Cook. This is the Box to get if you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble There's nothing else like it- nothing just as good. that.iviH do von as much good. There is only this one prescription known as Gin Pills. You can gel it sit all dealers in the box shown above. Be sure to ask for "GIN" PILLS" and see that the box TOU are offered bears the legend GIX together the name, Xational Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, on band around the box, At all a box, 6 for Pills may also be had in the United States under the name 'GINO' treatment sent free if vou write National Drug; and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. Toronto. 25S House of .Commons In Pee! i LATTER DAV ol (county. R. Lowe, who hail been i Seventh Ave. .i'nd 13th street. 10.30! nominated, was forced to retire ow- st roved L7 and Ltf on )h? Danish icoitsl- last month had ht-eu followed 1 our own obsi'rvers UK it passed 1 nt-ross Iroland uinl Knglaiul. Kach jtiay hundreds o[ act-unite harumrtri- eai reports, from the A thin tit- and all jiiU't-y oi tiit'.sy island, are forwarded j lo our Mcieoniiogit-nl Ollice. I-lcce ihty are carefully' eharied and di- eai'h eddy in the -vJiiR'-al iU- tiiii1 is mapped, and its jt-onrse inditMUMl and it' the li- ci Clerk'' suys thai tuinorrou', in Cork or in Copenhagen, there will lio !a itorUi-easti'rly wind with sncnv, one kaii he safe in'accepting liis opinion. (Si-eat liritain. lieing Ums in tliu I path of tlu.1 storms, and The to ohucrve their iuU'fiil. is in a pmi-1 j liarly favorable position. The prac- j I lire "was to telegraph :il short inter-1 vals our valuable foiTtast.s lo all other countries. Hut, soon after the! war. started, these weather bul- letins were suppressed by the Admir- step that was copied the same day hy France, and, a little i later, by" the" United States. Our own) department knows today what the j weather will like tomorrow m Gennany in many cases we can at- I tually sample it us it passes across. I In certain rare stairs oi tht; atmos-: Ipliere. always when the weather is j line, Gennany can divine ihe state oi; affairs wiUi us; and ii is a memor- i alilc fact 'that tlieir air-raid on Nor- j folk was carried out during one of I these periods. THE OKRMAX HOPE The day may be. ideal in Germany jbiit, for all that she knows to the icon a cyclonic eddy may be en i jits way from' Ireland to the North I i Sea. A Zeppelin in a wind is done I 'for. It is a tine-weather craft, and during even a slight, .storm is forced to cower in its: lair like a. frightened i Kven an aeroplane is handicapped, iur} j if it- runs into a wind" when a.m., Sunday school 2 p.m. sacra- I meet meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1015 Second Ave. S. Phone 1-193. ing to ill health. Weather and War (By Kidney Trouble? correspondent of the London An eminent French meteorologist, jwiio recently published a number oi 'surprising facts relating to the mili- tary use oi weather, was possibly not 1 far" wrong in holding his science to _ jbe one of the most important in the j present war. The attacks made on Scarborough and AVhitby were deliv- ered under cover oi fog, and there is no question that the Antwerp v-as accelerated by the enemy's use of a mist thev had accurately fore- casted. Un the other hand, it The waste material which the Kidneys are intended to remove from ihe if allowed to accumulate in the system, poison the blood and thus produce deleterious effects. If from over-work, exposure to cold, or some local injury, the kidneys become congested or inflamed and cannot perform their functions, the system becomes filled with uric poisons. Whenever a dull, heavy pain is felt over the region of the kidneys for any length of time, accompanied by a sallow complexion, loss of appetite, decrease of weight, and a puffy condition under the eyes and in the ankles, a chronic inflammation of the kidneys must he pleasing lo know that the Germans; suspected, and if not relieved promptly have paid very heavily for their j chronic Disease will certainly norance of approaching storms. V.'c may never learn the full tule of Zep- i peli'ns destroyed by unexpected storms, j hut since the commencement of the war at least nine wrecks have been due to meteorological ignorance on 'the part of Germany, i They are perfectly aware of this gap in their knowledge, and have i made, and continue to make, ihe most i strenuous efforts to c-jllect the develop.. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at and GOc which is a Diuretic as well as an Aperient, will carry out of the system the poisonous inaitifial which the kidneys cannot get rid of, and will relieve the congestion of the kidneys. Sold by J. D. Higinbothsm Co., Limited for a favorable- eddy (for all winds move in circles) which would carry their aerial armada safely over the North Sea, then over London, and finally back again to their own soil. They learn these day after. In the meantime the poor German meteorologists, busy as disturbed ants in their new French or Belgian quarters, are being iiumiiniously sack- ed by their military masters because they" have failed to indicate "Dei- Tag-" To our authorities these men- acing tirr.CG arc anil provided for and in the same way do thny learn of periods when vigilance can j he relaxed. Presumably our own air- meirmake use oi convenient fogs ami carefully charted storms for purposes of offence. The papers arc silent here, except for those who read between the, lines of cautious reports. The modern science of meteorology in connection with telegraphic fore- casts may he said to commence with the study of Li: Verrier of the storm which caused the French naval dis- aster of March M, the Crimean War. Hut the present mili-j ,iary treatment uf weather reports by (the Al.ied Governments was suggested by the peaceful studies of an English naturalist who had noticed that tni-i grant birds habitually make use of' cyclonic eddies in their journeys from one land to another. The food value corn has been known through all ages, but Kellogg's process CORNFLAKES ITALY'S FLAX OF CAMPAIGN" Icessary barometric j t l other ohserva- metits oi -science. Tiny- hydrogen hal- to indicate irec- hcen I tions. The day they occupied Liege loons, sent up I they promptly installed a modern of aerial currents, have 1 j station, controlled by j used for years in all observator i their most able scientists. The samel but the "impatient Germans added t step was taken, and as promptly, 'at'small lamps, so Ihat the course of and received his captains commission Brussels -Ux-la-Chapelle, and the balloons could he followed after at Valcartier. lie is a graduate of the ENLISTED AT MEDICINE HAT Bridgeb.nrg, April liar- old B. Boyd, M.D., who is reported wounded in France, is a son of Rev. Thomas and Mrs. Boyd of Ridgcway, Out. He enlisted for the first con- tingent at -Medicine Hat, Alta., as a member of the Army .Medical Corps, sumablv) many other places. At- first the Germans employed a special ho.dy dark. Before the commencement of the- war it was rumored .that the meteorological station in connection Western University, London, Out. Me is 27 years of age and unmarried. oi pre-appointed men 'but, not bcine; meteorological station in connection [satisfied with the results, the staffs with the aerial headquarters on lleli- ,'al Brussels and Liege were sooa re-] was, the finest in the world. placed hy experts from the Berlin Unfortunately, it happens to he .too i an eminent astron-jfar east. omer wasact .ually sent along Western Kuropc gets her weather [strengthen the-meteorologists. from tho Atlantic. The general cur- IX THE PATH OF THE STORMS rent OE the atmosphere is eastwards, Mere they used several new refine- and such a Storm as that which de- yesterday. SHEEP VALUED AT KILLED Portland, Ore.. April thousand or mots head of sheep, worth about are believed to have perished in a snow and -wind storm in northeastern Oregon since As the time for Italian intervention is near, (Tie map given a possible plan'of campaign. The Tyrol .Mountains form a natural defence for south Germany. The wedce shaped district In the centre is Trent, is vulnerable because it can he attacked from east, west or smith and tho main railway crossing 'from Austria might easily ho cut. Tlie difficulties of mountain war- fare, however, make it probable ihat .after occupying Trentino, the Italians will'fall pack while the other army advances on Trieste. SHOE POLISHES For the Easiest, Quickest, Most Brilliant and Lasting 2 in 1 Shoe Polishl In the "Easy-Opening" Box. All Dealers, lOc. per Box. THE F. F. DALLEY CO.. LTD. BUfFULO, N. Yj KAHItTON, ;