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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Page. Arc Your Kidneys Working Properly? It Will You to There's been a lot of "puesrinf" about rheumatism and rheumatic pains gtner- ally, but you can be dead sure that little pam. across your back camo ironi de- creased kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter the blood out 'the impurities collected by the returning blood it just like absorbent cotton in a funnel filters the impurities from polluted water. When the Idclneys are not working you arc bound for one'of two betes and Bright's .Disease or Rheuma- tism, Lumbago and Sciatica. The for- mer course is usually fatal, and' the latter ahvays painful, but you need not have either, as they both can .be easily pre- vented. cey troubles is pound. It is CHARLES FREDERICK ADAMS ON COMMISSION GOVERNMEN Small Crowd out; to Hear Good Address on the Des Moine's System More Light on a Much Discussed Subject Although the. audience not so that the old form of municipal jcovern- larj.e as it should have boen, those. meat by a mayor and alclermen is re- Well Known Merchant Of by SAKNIA, ONI., Feb. 5th, 1910, May 2.'Ho.Inly Opposition Agreeable To This meat, caused a sensation here in poHt leal circles. SUFFEREDJHBEE YEiflS Till Dr. Morse'c IndIan Root Pills cured his Kidney Trouble There are few diseases that cause While a majority of the Seriate fav-j acute iuffering tlian Kidney. Trouble, 'or going- right ahead with the bill with- aadMr.F. ofSudbury OnL, 'out rej-ard to a-tirn of tha Tin one of those who know .out to action oi uie uan-j "For over three years I sufftwd from [adian Parliament, there is a minority j kidney disease." First I thought I.habV iwbo" threaten to delay the vote herel sprained ray for suddenly 'the pain Ottawa, .May in caucus equally as long as it is contemplated would catch the small of my back and if -_.' _ _ J r J- _j v .__, Dominion. Advocates of lii-; agreement hope but Stone Root Com- no "patent" -medicine, a scientific prescription composed of Stnhvroot, Buchu, Juniper and other remedies of proved value. More than that, it has been .proved by thousands who had glad, relief from its use. nothing- quite so miserable as the dragging results of sick kidneys. You are trifling with your own future placed by an elective body five men, known as a commission, who are vest- ed with full powers in municipal mat- ters. The .head man JB still known as! sioners. The mayor is head of the but has no particular depart-] assigned to him The others so certain. It soothes... bladder irritation, gives vou rest ari'd comfort at night, and makes life "once more enjoyable. The kidneys, liver and bladder are all who took advantage of the opportun- ity were well rewarded when they heard Charles Frederick, Adams' ad- dress last at the, V. M. C. A. auditorium on tbe Des Moines Plan of Government of Cities. r. Adams is a ready and versatile speaker, and his thorough knowledge J of civic economics made his address are known as superintendents. night especially interesting. The> a superintendent of finance and ac- Des Moines form, of -commission. gOv--counts, generally known as a control- eminent was featured in several a superintendent of public safety, cles in the Herald during the police and health; a sup- and a public Item gave the audience a clearer All powers cr legislation, more practical view of the question and judiciary arc in the hands of these fve men. They are elected -for a period" of o opponents wii! weaken when would be impossible for me to straiyh'ten myself up for several 'minutes. A dull ache across the kidneys was always pres- many remedies cnu mam- ucctors out eat. my urine was thick and cloady, and: derived so benefit whatever.- -jen for a couple ol months. An effort the v. sather gets hot. and will permit passing it caused .a burning, scaldiig Finally I read an advertisement of jwilj 'be made to adjourn or or btjrorejtLe bill to .coine to by August; paia. Tried they failed. I decided to give jMa'y 23. ana to resume business With the Democrats firai-j 1 advised to try Dr. a trial and found. ig( which would mean an behind Taft, it 5s very unlikely .thati Roo: thev had tbe mayor and the oiaers are commis-1 did exactly what vras claimed for their.. ;ment Of exactly two months -I-haveiiow taken "Pruit-a-tives" for congress will recess for the summer Wore. A few-.rtew than might otherwise be obtained. Aid. Good? presided at the meeting, introd-ucing the speaker in a few brief dependent upon one another, and-Nval's Stone Root Compound is particularly on the subject, saying oi designed to help them all. ermVon nf in Untroau tv.-o years, and it is in- their election i! Sold; and guaranteed BOOK CO. J. p. HfGlNBOTHAM CO. "''.JACKSON PEOPLE'S DRUG-co: LETH BRIDGE; to a great many of aiv friends and I cannot praise these fruit tablets too PAUL J. JONJE5 of the greatest changes is the matter had been spoken cf It is a direct election, Lethbridge with some interest, but every citizen has the right to the concensus of opinion'seemed to for any man on the ballot. This 'that the time was not yet ripe for does away with any ward sys-j introduction, !tem- .The men might possibly all-be-1 Th- shaker introduced to, ward, but if It is the, J.-L. j. feeling 01 the citizens .remarking that it is one of the really f hive .quejdORS.agitating..tfte minds of are available men. some months and find that they arc the j K is expecred that by May 22 only remedy that does me good. sessional programme, a.part from thej Under the Constitution of the Un-j have recommended "Fruit-a-tives" 'Reciprocity Agreement, and perh.ios States, branch Con-) 'portion of supply, will 'be put ca" adlourn for longer than! In ttie case of items not voted, an days at a time "without tbe con.-j iterim supply bill, sufficient to cover'.sent of the other. It. -would be easy for! !a period of severa: months wiii be to refuse to adjourn antlj ;ed. The it is said, wiil n- Senate on .the job uati] itj doubtedly agree to this something. "j :A great isaiority cf the members of the Agreement. if they; both sides of the Hcuse nLivoican- make use cf the absence of Sir! preferred 'prorogation and an extra !Wi'frid from Ot.tav.-a to clog the de-j session in July, Because of the great ;mands of the President for action. i expense to which they will be put by' Some are asking why tbe States! .being -compelled- to return to rusn ahead uutii it has a rea- 'jn July. isonable assurance that Canada Is go-j to accept the agreement, too. Thei Republicans .are not try-j veiy hard to conceal their satis-j faction at the "new news" from Otta- comjlete 1 noif: enjoy sings of good health, which is dm this Doa't atglect kidney dangerous as well as too- paicfnL .That irh; its sttendtnc evils, biliousness, indigestion hcadoches, and'in 25c a box 01 SAM HUGHES AND A REPORTER; now use "Frnit-a-tives. Thausaads more will "try Fruit-a-tives" One for each everyday ailment SIR WILF.BLD. BUYS .REAL It jand cities .all over the North iAmeri-can contiaenc. Comcoission gov- ernment for cities was tfiev natural outcome of a growing, necessity felt in all communities where large amounts of the public funds are. spent yearly in improvements and raaintainence, for it more sane and expedient method ESTATE Montreal, May Wilfrid Laur- ler, -for -the .first time in his life, it IB said, became on Saturday an investor eral mass of the people elect the com- missioners. Indiscriminate ward boss-j es have very little ciiance to 'Wield) their power. Any man may .be nomin- ated a petition signed "by twenty- five ratepayers. Pro'ba-bly there will be thirty nominees. In order to con- Stoinaeh Troubles. .'''Fruit-a-tives" is Nature's cure for these diseases, being made of fruit j ancL valuable tonics :-5pc. a box, 6 for trial size. 250. At dealers, cr sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. LOAN FOR I A prorogatibn, however, be, ;diBadvanta.geous to the government.1 because it would m-ean that a rrcsa wfi w ot .lournmpnt rhl nf funiish ammunitioa for the Oppo- Jesterflaj on his :SS- tr CaDada W ________________ rdays in the Pass towns, priiicrpaily _ i Lundbreck, on personal 'bujiaeas, -but- DEAD WlrE ,ig hurrying borne to prepare for I intended trip to England for the Cor- The Colonel has a very im-- jed just where'" it is left off. The gov- .ernment, in deciding to accept Mr. .Borden's offer of an adjournment, was influenced by tbe fact that the United ;States Senate is not likely to deal i Appeared in a Vision and Told Garoffo ''cnatlon. .definitely with the reciprocity lal uutil cae end of June or early inj !July, and that there is little prospect! being made here until noi She Needed Placed on Grave Boston, Mass., May I doubt remains iWaBhington. jwise makes it to the action at'dents in the vicinity of St. Michael's! iiiortant mission to fulfil at the LCoron- iation, but did not care to disclose its'1 j nature, althougli it is ic is a governmerf'" mission. The Col- An adjournment like! Cemetery, in West Roxbury, have been U Herald possible for the Parlia- j greatly puzzled of late on seeing soite of th witih dandruff and falling, hair. -of rne commission form of gpvern- to be sure, have passed the ,nient. The success of the" movement worrying stage. .Having become cron- i attracted the attention 'of other im-jthe two outstanding features oft! ically they reaJise T-othing is jportarit cities throughc-ut tie United jeomrnission fonxi of government'-f. capable producing natural hair for j states. It .became a popular question, them; Let these be a warning to all'and a means of publicity. -The plan who" are -experiencing the annoyance of dandruff and fillies hair. the old form or the commission -form of government is in use. up, the speaker said that of the for cities 'were that it. vras government by j a policy dictated -by the mass of thej D ione, No-Ambition, Don't- in full as in use in Des ifoines. wasipecple diract, and that it tended put into use in some of the to the minimum any chancel cide." {city, not to be outdone, siic-ply 'proven. This wonderfud remedy the name of their erecutive "body! _ j-ie-yicionegerm which causes council to commission, cleanses :the. -scalp and stops the change -whatever in the-duties ofi The ciestnicticia of 'their aldermen. They advertised the; the germ-permits naturally tends. PUTS BAN ON LATE HOURS its the hair to grovel, and got some wth-} Close One' Hour jctinantly at nature in- ing else. A committee from the Fsrlier Than in Past (lesisiature was appointed the -hair bright.hook into the it was at.l London .May the ban :appy, light and fluffy..' {first their intention to quash it, ion the skin, by the tn6r a I berlain.Unspired by the Queen, society j eagerly discussing King George's tlnuons, that in the 8ad -tbsy brought, i direction that future courts are to he Oie dollar-size, Dottles guaranteed, joa investigation For. sale-'at all drug stores. Applications obtained at. the better barber shpns and hair dressing parlors, jjn a favorable report. President efr5ie Send lOc in stamps or silver foriliott, of Harvard, also studied the'wil1 to arrive at- s-issts t -eight j and booklet to The Eerpidds Co., Detroit, Mich. J. D. Higinbotham agents: apociai question, and' endorsed the movement. 1 instead of al half'Past what is thlB-comffiissloa riTbe and Queen win entr tne of government of cities as in room at half-past nine instead All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, find have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by The I; B. Eddf, Co., Limited, Canada your nearest grocer for them in Des Moines. It is at half-past ten, which will permit !the courts to brought to a close'-at jmidnight instead of in the small-hours'. King George -is a firm 'believer in jeariy hours. He told a friend recent- that a man cannot expect to suc- 'ceed in business if he does not- begin till the day is half he j j cannot -begin early if he is up hall the night. The ruling will have a far reaching i result, leading to seven o'clock dinners land "theatre performances at eight o'clock sharp. is Without a Doubt me MANAGER RESIGNS It Has Been Used By Thousands Every Spring Regina. May F, who has been manager of the local branch of the Bank of Commerce slnc-e it opened in has resigned to be-- corne general manager of British! Oanadian and General Investment Co., Ltd.. with head office at. Vancouver. He -will be succeeded here by Ridotit. of Vvalkerville, Ont Fo rs ;