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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E L E f ft B R G E DAILY HE R A L D PAf.E NINE _________ fYears. ..Itchingand Burning. Did Not Steep Half 'the Night, Cured Completely by Cuticura Soap and Ointment, t W2H iMw furtcred for loven yean with eciema. The iroublo began oh her and logs la water Mlstws aiid 'scratched, Hci .clothes were roush around Iwr and ahe Buffered from Itching aiid burning and loss 'cfileepiBiie did uotslevp half thoiilglit. "Wo ment and taoy did not JHJUIU to do any gooil .until wo got Cutlcura ami Ointment 'by which Blie ww completely Miss Uoiste McMainis, May. 17, '1913, JHANDS BADLY CRACKED' 'Muldoon. During the cold -Timer I was troubled with chapped Iiatids T and a otl ray face hy sharp ..cold winds. My hands were very rough and badly cracked ojwii and if I went out .In the cold air tiioy always Wcrf. I could 'not do my regtilar work. I used salvo, 1 cream and oilier remedies and they wcro left ualicalcil. ,-At last a friend advised'rao 10 try CuUtura Ointment. I sent -for ami app.iM it to the affected parts -and Immediately found relief. Aly hands and faca wero cured witUln a week." (Signed') Miss JMiiile Flndlay, Jan. fbrmoreilisnaiieqerailyuCuiIciirftSoap and Cuticura Ointment ha vis afforded the most economical trt-atjoent for of thflckin aiid Bcaip tliit torture; Jtcb, burn, and destroy Bleep. Sold everywhere. Sample of each dialled free, with 32-p. Skin Sit SMS THY SALT LAKE APOSTLES WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE OTHER NEWS Cardston, May nml Sunday, May 9th and 10th, are Con- ference days at Cardston for the Al- berta Stake. This is one of tiis im- portant Conferences ol the year and always entertains delegates oi the general hoard at Salt. Lake City. This year Apostle David O. McKay nil Apostle Geo. If. Richard aro to he the representatives. The former has been in Cardston twice before and the latter once. Apostle McKay is 1st assistant Ciencral Supcrin- tcndant of Sunday, schools tor' the Mormon church throughout the world. lien continue to come, in from the irrigation works oi the reclamation department of the. U..S. government at Bahh and other places along the works, indicating tbat discontent is still prevailing in the equips. The un- satisfactory state oi affairs is said to he in the government camps only. That of the A. Cazier Construction company anil others .as it was last year, A Samoan paper, just received by M. A. Coombs tells of a successful tour ot the Friendly. Islandsimade by his son Vernon, who is serving on a mission in 'tlic South Sea- Islands. Jlr. Coombs is making quite a name for himself and a brass band from S'jpi, Of Sunday School In Toroito 1 Cured By" Fruit-a-liies" FFERED TEN YEARS Book, icldrewi post-card Potter Dru? j }iormun school. A visit CBBEU. Corp., bept. D, Boston, TJ. S. A. FOR AUSTRIA Vienna, May of Ihe four dreadnoughts, Which Austria proposes to build, will be laid down this- year. Bad Blood------------ it the direct and inevitable result o! irregular constipated boweU and clogged-up-kidneys and skin. The undif eited food and other waste mat- ter whfch ii illowrd to accumulate poisons the blood and the whole lystem. Morse's Indian Koot Pills net directly on till bowels, regulating the kidneys, giving them esie and strength improperly filter the on the ikiu, opening up the pores.- For pure blood u4 good health take .Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills To Cure Catarrhal, .'Deafness anl T Head Noises Peraons eufturiiis from catarrhal deafness aiid.head noises will be glad to know thai th'ia distressing afflic- Jn many instancvji has effected a com- plete cure after 'nil else has tailed. Sufferers who scarcely hoar a maile recently to Apia in the .German Islands, where the -band played at a celebration in honor o! the birthday of Kaiser William. Tlic report says the Mormon school band easily out- classed nil others. Mr. and Mrs: David 'YVilcox and Hires daughters, all oi whom have been on a mission to Samoa are ex- pected home for this conference. The missionaries have been away for three years, and thole Cardston friends will be glad to see them home again. Fall wheat is looking line in Cards- ton district. 'The area will not be as great as some years, but what is sowed promises well. It has had as jgood a start this year as ever in the history of the district. At the regular monthly meeting of tbe Cardston .Woman's Institute on Tuesday afternoon, -E. N. Barker gave an interesting address., on gar- dening. The talk 'was mostly along the line oi Mowers, but some, trench- cut remarks were made regarding the slowness of the gardeners the Tern pie City to produce some ot the vege- tables they'are now shipping from Washington and Celery was talJe vege- tables referred to" According to Mr. Barker, and his authority is unques- tioned when he speaks pt gardening in any of 'its phases, celery .is as easy to grow in- Cardston' as cab- bage. From a few seeds sown'in old j tins the speaker was able last year' to supply many o! his friends with plants and at the.sairie time Iset out enough to keep his :ihouseliolll till tbe present time: Tillage was dwelt upon and an open R. A. WAUGH, Eaa. TORONTO, Oct. 1st, 1018. "For a longtime, 1 have thought -of writing you regarding what 1 term a most remarkable cure effected by your remedy Fruit-a-tives J have lived in.this city for more than 12 years and auvwell known. T suffered-from Rheu- matism especially in my hands. 1 have spent a lot of money without any results. I have taken Fruit-a-tives for 18 months now and am pleased to tell you that I am cured. Alllhe enlargement has not left my bandsaiul perhaps never will, but the soreness is all gone'ami I can do any kind of work. I have gained 35 pounds in 18 R. A. WAUGH; "Frilit-a-tives'.'.wiii always cure-even' the most stubborn cases of Rheumatism because it is the greatest blood purifier in tbe world and acts on the bowels, kid- neys and skin. Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers at oOc a. box, 0 for 50, tnal size Sue, or will be sent on receipt of price by Fniit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. From Female Ills Restored to Health by Lydia PinkKam's Vegetable Compound. Belleville, "Idoctored for ten "years for fc-mule troubles and did not get .well. J read in the paper about Lydia "K. J'inkham's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it, I write ow to tell you that I am cured. You can publish my letter as a testimonial." Mrs. SUVRINR Belleville, Nova Scotia, Canada. Another 'Woman Recovers. Auburn, N. suffered from nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains that sometimes I would He in bed four days at a time, could not eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or bother me at Sometimes I would Buffer for seven hours at a time. Different doctors did the best they could for me uqtil four months ago 1 began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial and now I am in good WILLIAM H. 15 Pleasant Street, Auburn, New York. The are only two of the thou- sands of grateful letters which are con- stantly being received by the Pinktiam Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass., 'which ehow; plftarly what great things Lydia" E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- for those who suffer from woman's ills. ilf you want spe- cial fitiyicc write to (eonfl- Your letter, be opened, anil answered'by-a wo- man and lie id in strict ctnUtience. IT BOW ISLAND CONCERN SELLS MILLION BRICKS TO RE- FIRM GUN-RUNNING TERRITORY Iinyo 'had.their hearinp res. ciueslion drawer at the cloae brought tored to such" sn extent thnt the tick i olit many interesting points regard- A CARSON'S. Li '-.iy -''-.t1 Principal points exciting.sun-running episode tervention of British troops. hich may call for in- of a 'watch plainly audible seven or. -eight ir.ehea away from either ear. Thereforo. It you know someone who Is troubled, with .head noises or catarrh, or caUrrhal .cut out this formula and- hand to. them, and you will hav.o! "means of sav- ing Bomo perhaps from total" deaf nelfi; The prescription, Tie' prepared '-at -'KQrno and IB made as follows: Sooilre from your.druugist 1 pz. Par- ratnt about ?rc ing lawn cultivation, choice of seeds, location of beds, and c'are of vege- -fcablc and flower gardens. Owing to a rather small attendance the regular program was not carried out but ilrs. F. C. Dickie followed Mr. Barker's address1 with a 'very pleasing rendition of "An Old Gar- den." There promises to be-something do- ing in building this year. Already Jlr. Koy.Ducfe has almost completed most- dlfltr easing head qolcos, dullneas clpudy etc., while the rpturhs BR the system is invigorated' by the -tonic action of the I-csa of smell and mucus dropping -in the back of the throw are- other symptoms that show the presence, 'of- .batarrhal and which are quickly overcome by this efficacious treatment. Nearly ninety jior cent of all ear troubles are direct- ly 'caused by catarrh; therefore, there nrp but few people whose hearing can- not be restored1 by thla simple home treatment." Every person who IB 1 troubled wilh head noises, catarrbal deafneBE, ciitarrh In any form should give this prescription a trial. There is ubthlhR bettor. lu ordering Parmtnt al- ways specify that you want Double Strength; your druggist hits it or he can- get it- for If not, send Vac to the Internationa! tones, J4 St.'A'ntohie" ST., P.Q., who make a specialty of it. aclvt. FRECKLE-FAGE Sun. and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spcts. How to Remove Easily .Here's a Miss Freckle-face, a remedy for freckles with the guarantee-of a-reliable dealer that It will hot cost you R penny unless it re- moves the freckled; while if It does give'you a'clear1 complexion the ex- pense Is trifling.' got, an ounce ot double strength from any druggist and a few applications nhould allow you how pasy It is riil yourself of the homely freckles and get a '-beautiful complexion, Haroly la more than one ounce needed for the worst iBe aiiro to ask the rtrnggiflt for the double- strength othltio as this is the. prescription sold .under guarantee of money back if it falls to remove freckles. D, Jllglnbotihaui K. Co., Limited. will erect three bouses for sale. The i makes a business ot building and selling and. sees in Cardston a good place for such an investment. A rather elaborate program has been prepared for the concert to be given in the Assembly hall jjn Satur- day night by the Second-. Ward choir. Among those-taking part are Bishop B. S. Young, the king ol humorists of the south country, and Miss Dor- othy Young, the popular soprano, both of, Lctnbrirtge. FACTS ABOUT MEXICO Area, square miles. Population of which 35 per cent aro IndJuus per cent of. mixed .race and 27 per; cent white. Tho revenue in 1909-10 -wa's nearly with expenditures about the same; National debt, Mexico Is divided into -'7 stains. ;i territories and a Federal District; those governed by a President elect- ed for G years, a senate'of ,56 and a house- of representatives ejected for two years by universal suffrage Each state has a governor anil legis- lature. Mexico has practically no fleet, a few Gunboats constituting the naval arm, The national army in 'peace-ttlmes conalfitn of officers and men, of easy mobilization. Tbe religion of the country la Ro- man Catholic, but there IB no state ohurcb, i Primary education a_nd com- pulsory. There aro' wbools an attendance of million. Mexico is tjio KGc-ond silver produc- ing country of the' world. The other chief nrp copper, gold and IllH'OH. Coffee and tobacco uro culti- vated very largely. A SURE CURE FOIl WOMEN'S DISORDERS i Ten Days' Traatment Frae ORAVGS U a certain cure for all disorders Of locally and la absorbed Into Hie suffering tiesue. The dea Bow Island, Alia., Hay the violent windstorm of Sunday ev- ening, a call for assistance was ttfe- ihoned in from tho Honui Ranch of the Southern Alberta l.aml Co., a lumber of tbe buildings beins afire. Several automobile- loads ot int-ii wort? rushed out, but fire bad already lestroyed the machine slied, driving shed, considerable machinery and a stack of rye. The ranch house anil. were saved. The How Island Sewer Pipe Tile Co. today disposed of a million brick :o a Resina firm. George Hymers, one of the lending real estate men :of Victoria is spend- ing a short holiday in town. Mr. Hymers was formerly located here. Mrs. B. T. Whitney returned from tbe ranch at Manyberries on Satur- day. James Oliiulat" has purchased a Ford touring car. H. G. Rogers is spending a few days In Calgary. Friday, May 1. was clean-up day in Bow Island. The plan was a hugo success. The citizens worked with a will, and are Justly proud of the re suits of their efforts. A. M. Grace, accompanied by Mr. of Smith Brothers Wilson of Letbbridge, spent Saturday in to'wn. A party consisting of Messrs. F. M. Gintbel, Doty, Elliott, J. A. How, H. C. Fettitt, Lait and J. J. Mahaffy, motored up from Medicine Hat on Saturday and spent tbe day in town. The football match between Grassy Lake and tbe local team which was- played on Friday after- noon, resulted in o. score of 2-1 In favor of the visitors. Rev. Win. Shearer, superintendent of missions, who conducted the ser- vice in the Presbyterian church on Sunday, is the guest of Ills son. Rev. James Shearer. G. T. P. TRAIN WRECK Prince Rupert, B.C., May G. T. P. passenger train was ditched seven miles west of Rose LaWe, yes- terday. "O. C. Vanarsdol, division en- gineer, liad an arm ami his collar bone broken. Mrs. Marion Peterson of Vancouver and Mrs. G-.-O. Graham ot Smlthers received slight injuries. in; mal Exportation of, black, silver and other foxes, and, in fact, all fur-bear- ing animals beyond the limits of Al- berta, is .discouraged by the provin- cial governments, which announces in ilm recent issue oC the Alberta Gaz- ette, published in Edmonton, that in the future, permits, costing ?100 each, will bo required for every black or ailver- fox taken out of the province. The coat of permits for otber species it la appma is fixed each. Attention is also natter in the- directed to other amendments, as fol- 1. Any and every person, firm or ion is expelled, lind physical re- Is and nerves strengthened, and FLiidered immid] lief: the blood ire ton- cl and tl cinuUlion is uj tin tim.iii-iu 11 Insert on slrlct- h .scientific prim pics, and arts on tliii iLCtual location OI the disease It cannot help but effect a cure of all forms of female troubles. Ip.elllttlnff dolnrrt mil inintul menstruation, tr.irotrhof I. falling of the womb. ireaJ'isucb persons, firm or company, or Free Trial Treatment Iminager o[ any game Or fur farm company, establishing or operating a game or fur farm, for tne rearing of any fur-bearing animal, must obtain a permit to sell or exuurl any such ani- mals, subject to the provisions 01 the Game Act .and these regulations, and sufficie woimn wiil eenrt Enduee I and enough will oe is MRS. FRANCES For Sale ,bV Leading Druggists Everywhere ;ent Free to any suffering CURRAH, Windier, Ont. If Hair is Turning Gray, Use Sage Tea Don't look old! Try Grandmoth- er's recipe to darken and beautify faded, lifeless hair That oven shtiile of dark, gloasy.'halr can .only" bo by brewing a mixture oC SiifJjo Tea and Sulphur. Your hair, is your charm, Krinakes or mars the face. When', It fades, turns grey, streaked and looks wispy and scrnggly, Just an application or Sage and Sulphur enhances its appear- ancfi a -hundredfold.' Don't bother to prepare the tonic; you can get' from any drug store a 50 cent botllo of "Wyo th's Sage and Sulphur llaiv ready to use. This can always bo depended upon to back the natural color, thickness anil lustre of your hair and remove dandruff; slop scalp Itching and falling hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth'fl Sago and Sulphur" because durkons ao naturally aiid ovenly that nobody can tell it' has boon applied. You simply 'dampen a sponge or soft brush with H and draw this throwsh tlic hair; tak- ing one small atrnntl nt a tiino; by morning the gray 'liair. has disappeared, nml -after another application It, becomes beauti- fully rtiii'k nnd appcavs glossy, lustrous and abundant, -1. 0. Iliginbothani EAT LESS IF KIDNEYS HURT TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS WHEN BACK IS ACHING OR QLADOER BOTHERS The American men and women must Biiard" constantly against Kidney trouulo. because we eat too much and all our food is rich. Our blood is fill ed with uric acid which the kidneys Jiali on the first day of January am July in each and every year, forward to'tllo Department of Agriculture a statement -showing the number of ani mills in his farm; their age, species sex and from whom procured, an< tho number of animals which have died during tbe.previous six months and the causo of death; sueh stnti ment to be in a form provided by the department. 2. Any .person applying for a perrai to export fur-bearing animals rearet on game or tur farms, must pay a fee of 515 for each animal to be so export- except in tho case of musk-rats, when tbe fee for such permit shall bfi at tho rate of one dollar a dozen or fraction of a dozen. In the case of permits to take 1 strive to filter out, they weaken from fm. or 'other purposes. Ob- overwork, become sluggish; the olim- inutive tissues clog and tbe result is kidney trouble, hladiler weakness aud gellel-dl dtclino in health. When your Kidneys feel like lumps tained pursuant to the provisions of section ?T of the Gamo Act, the ani- mals may be sold or exported only in accordance with 'tho understand-in; of lead; your back hurts or tbe urine tinder which said, permit was obtain- is cloudy, full of sediment or you are i cn-; provided, however. In tho case of obliged to seek relief two or three j circumstances the Minister of times during tbe night; if you suffer may modify such Condi- wltll sick headache or dizzy, nervous I' spells, aci.l stomach, or you have j Jr-hc'capture, purchase, sale or ex- rh.umallsm when tho weather bad colltral.y to the visions of the Game Act, or of these regulations .is prohibited, and any ani- mal captured, sold or purchased con- trary to tho provisions of tho Game Act or of these regulations shall be forfeited to the Crown In the same manner and under the same procedure as is .provided.for In the case of gnmti under the provisions of section 3-1 of tho Game Act, -and thu offender shall be llithlo to the punishment provided in the siinic act. get i'rom your pharmacist about four ounces of -Tiul Salts; take a table- spo'onful In u glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fam- jous salts Is made from the add of grapc-s and lemon juice, combined with lithla, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate kidneys; to neutralize the aciils in the urine so it no longer is R source ot Irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Ji-.d Salts Is Inexpensive, cannot In- jure, makes a delightful effervescent llthla-wator beverage, and belong In every' home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a cood I -kidney flushing airy lime.., J. U. lllg- I Inhotham Co. Women are employed in road building In Singapore, breaking up much ot the materlal-wilh ainall ham- mers. LOFT Suffered Tortures With His Kidneys Until He Tried Gin Pills You might think that Mr. needed a surgeon snore than GIN PILLS. Hut thero were no bones broken. His back was strained, which was harder to cure because nothing saemeil to da any goon. It is the same with a sprained ankle aud brnkeu leg. You can set tho fracture njid it will be well in six weclis the sprain may lake mouths to get well. However, Jlr. llaker found the quick way to get relief from tbe are his own words. AUI.TSVIU.E, QNT. "I have fi great sufferer from Kidney Trouble from an injury to my back caused by falling from a liny loft about ago. Tim left ray kidneys ivcak, so that every cold I Eot would nettle in My kidneys and cause intense euffcriiig. I was advised to try GIN 1'IJJ.S. I found, to my surprise, after taking two boxes, tbat the pains were relieved and i to feel Utter. I am-still taking GIN HL1.S and feel sure I will be completely cured. I recommend GIN PILLS to all who sullcr from any Kidney C. BAKER. You sec, tlic fall bad strained the and they were affected by the slightest chill. GIN PILLS immedi- ately strengthened the kidneys soothed any irritation thus enabled the kiduoys to overcome tbe edects of tbe fall. It you are having pain in the troublt ifrith kjdneys or bladder through accident or over- just as Jlr. Baker GIN PILLS. They will help we will promptly re! mid your money. Buy Bixboies at your dealer's. If, otter taking them, you feel that Gin Pills hava not helped yon, return the empty boxes and get your money. We will take your word for it. soc. a box, 0 for Sample box sent free if yon write National Drug and Chemical Co. of CamoX Limited, Toronto. NATIONAL LAZY LIVER PILLS regulate Uw bowels and cure Constipatiqu. JJiljousuess and Indigestion. 250. a !95 KINO GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF I It surpasses alj others in qualityand flavour because the process by whicK it is made differs from is deli- eiously sweet and non-irritating. SOUD ioc ft ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO., LIMITED. QUEBEC AND WINNIPEG. REASON'S FOR USING MEAL TIMES "AtBfehTA'S PRIDE BEEB" is ,i conconlialcd' litjuid and Coffee are in no ioods In countries where beer is used as a table bever- praclically tinknoNMi So is slom.ich li-ouble; iii.general, lit Germany beet is uioic ly (Irank-thnli ,il wtal lime The prejudice against strong slmuilanls lias in no wise impaired Hie value of "Alberta's Pride the' most nutritious of all liiiuiil foods. .This beef'is'abspliilely pure. This is no idle chum, -we fern back by proof. Come lo our' Brx'wc'ry and we show you. To those wljo value strong digestive organs vre advise "Alberta's Pride and we recommend il lo convalescents' because it is a Ionic.' THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MAKING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;