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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1010 THE LETl-IBRIDGli DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV1-V AlllfClPAIGNlflllOIPOVE R Perfect Tonic for the Skin and Complexion Delicate, luxurious, soothing and refreshing, restores elasticity, while vanishing quickly and completely through its rapid absorption by the pores. It is especially welcome to those who dis- like tlie feelins of anything heavy or oily. It is absolutely non-greasy, and will not cause growth of hair. Soothcsaud refreshes the most dciic.ile akin. Supplied In n convenient glniii jnr with screw lop, nlso in n patent colbpsibtc tube. Itnviug tac advun. Uige Utut the user cannot lose the cap. Said 1} all IMJ Stern, VmOLIH COMPAHY LIMITED Soap flialiets to the ftlno i LOHDOfi, PHRIS TORONTO Donaldson Line i'nc popular Scotch Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER SAILINGS. SATURNIA May '9 ATKENIA May 27 CASSANDRA June 10 ATHENIA July Third Class; Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates ami other informntion apply to any Roalroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Streat, Phone M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville Street. Magrath, May the Ma- grath volunteers left for Medicine Hat the recruiting spirit which nourished for a while has somewhat dimiiiinlied, Jack Itobert being the only one eager to don tho klialti during the week. A spirited and well attended meet- Ins was held in Welling Thursday evening, under the auspices ot Lieut. F. W. Karren, Pte. Clarence Ostlnnd of the Magrath school, and Editor F. C. Stoele of thu Raymond Leader. Stirring addresses were delivered by each In an urgent, endeavor to obtain recruits for the 13th O.M.R.. Messrs. Steele and Obllund well maintained their reputation as rising young ora- tors in the south country. Tipperary was very ably rendered by F. C. Steele, all joining in the chorus. Dr. Dice, formerly (if Cardston, has taken over tho practice of Dr. N. T. .Beenian. who now holds the rank of In tho Kiltie regiment. Dr. Becmau has proven very elli- Icient while In Magrath, having suc- cessfully performed operations that were considered hopeless. Last year iMagrath, with a population of over 1000, had but two deaths, thus speak- ing very favorably for its physician. A. Geddcs, lately of Phoenix, B.C., has opened up a hardware store on Main street with the intention of carrying an extensive line of hard- ware. Buying a new auto seems to he the fashion of late. During the past week four new machines came to town, each a different make. A. S. Norton, pro- ininent farmer, is spinning around in a largo Hudson; Ira C. Fletcher, a Chovrolet; Benj. Matkiu a Buick and Mendenhall Ranching Co. a Dodge Bros. car. Ottawa, .May further expan- ion of the order In council appoint- ing members of thu Inquiry lo inquire Into ths grain trade, It is uuid that Its chief purpose Is to give the com- mission power under the Inquiries act lo summon uud examine wheat grow- ers. ThlB power is given only tempor- arily in order that during ilio slack summer Benson Hie commissioners may conduct their Investigation with the authority of a com-. Tin; iilua behind the inquiry, it is said, Is that the commissioners as a result of a complete Investigation may be able to make some recommendations which would improve tile grain act. These recommendations would, of course, have to he dealt with by parliament before becoming effective. Don'l comptaln oboiit when the remedy lies rlilil lo bj GENERAL'S DAUGHTERS WITH HIM EMBERS ENUSIED Last evening the "Husy Boys' Bible Class" of Wesley Church held a ban- qnet in honor of the members ot the i class who have enlisted in tile 113th. About thirty were seated at the tables and after a very enjoyable meal had been partaken ot, a short program i was given. It consisted of: toast to piano solo, Klpp; dialogue, "The Competing Railroads" i toast to "Our Members ot the 113th" i proposed by M. Tainter and respond- ed to 'by F. Humphries and H. Mcll- i vena' recitation, Mrs. Thompson; piano solo, J. Kingston; recitation. Hiss Bradwlne; reading, M. Tainter; toast to the responded to by Montreal, May to be a Sinn Feiner, John Hoey, will ap- j iicar in tbo police court today on a charge of having 'made seditious statements. He was taken to the im- migration headquarters Friday after- noon on complaint maiie to tho mil- itary authorities. Later he was for- mally arrested on a warrant by De- puty" High Constable Desaulniers. Harry a 17-year-old boy, was drowned while fishing in the lock at Holland Landing. KIDNEYS Gia PI1H ocl on the kidney! and the liluddiT. They soothe and henl the inflimicd op'fls which are causing the suffering. your kidneys nud swollen hands and fcrt wrftls and nntlrs, are likely to follow. A dcse of Gin PilU in time saves a world or will realize their value when you read what Mrs. J. f. T. Wedee. of surnmeislde, P.S.I, writes: "Gin Pit's are the freateatof all Kid- ney remedies and a medicine which 111 at present doing me a world of Bood. They ire worth their weiEbl in gold to anr .ntlcrer." Get GIN PII.T.S at your dealer S. 50c n Iwz or S boxes for 82.50. Tnal treat- ment FXSE If you write jj National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto Of Interest to the FARMER TOOK THE MICE OFHISjRIEND Stomaeli Trouble and Relieved By Lieut. E.. G. Hyckuian. a Toronto aviator, was killed in action._______ Physician's Eczema Remedy Dr. Holmes, the well-known skin specialist, writes: "I am convinced that the D. p. D. Prescription K as much a specific for Eczema as quinine for malaria. I have been prescribing me D. L- u. -remedy for years." This soothing combination of on ot Thymol, and other heal- ing ingredients called D. D. D. Pre- ecrtption Is now a favorite remedy ot skin specialists for all skin diseases. It penetrates the pores, gives instant rvhei ,i, Its soothing oils quickly heal the in- flamed tissues. Come to us and vre Trill tell you more about this remarkable remedy. Your money back unless .the first bot- tle relieves you. D. D. D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about it. J. D Higlnbotham Co., Limited, Drug gists, Auld Lang Syne' and Uhe National Anthem. This entertainment will be the last one to-ba: given by the boys this season.; agreed it was a Btting conclusion to tho various activities the class has .token part in during the past season., How You May Throw Away Your Glasses 'he statement is made that thou- wear eyeglasses who do not really tliem. If you are one ot tnitto unfortunates, tlien these classes be ralniris your eyes instead or them. ThoueandH who wear Hese "windows" may prove for themselves that thf-v can dispense with slaasen if they nil! get tho followlns prescription at once: Go to any active druR store end eel a. botlle of Br.n-Oiito tablets. Dis- solve Bon-Onto tablet in n ass of water "With this harmless lifiuld solu- tion bathe the eyes two lo lour times dollv, and you are likely lo be catonlshed at the results right from the sinrt. Many -.vi'o been told that they have mullBi.i. eye-strain, cataract, sore eyelids, Keak conjunctivitis and other eye report wonderful benefits from the of. this prescription. Get this pre filled and use it: you may a? strengthen your-eyes that glasses will no' necessary. Thousands who are blind, ef nearly so, or who wear Blaises mhjhi never have rcdulred them if they naf cared for their eyes In time. Save your O'-SB before it IB too late! Do not beconr- c.'.e ot these victims of nesleet. Eye- Biissei are crutches and years they must be changed to fit th..- rvftr-lneresslng weakened condition, so better see It you can, like many others, net clear, healthy, strong magnetic eyes throush the prescription fee eiven the gist cannot. A nrrminent CItT Fhysto'an ta whom tha eiove wA'Starf: Outo ia a remedy. Its const [Went increijitfijts are ivell known to eyo eml wHieljj prescribed by tl.em It be obtained from nny nruinris. and w one ci tho very fen preparct'oiw, I feel ihould ba kepi oc hud fofreipibr toS in datrt The Red Cross Driis aml Rnok fill many Bon Opto prescriptions, and viil gladly till yuurs.. London, Slay on the Canadian front have returned to nor- mal lately, owing to tlie had weather. A chaplain who lias returned on leave tells bow, the other night, ha went out 10 bury a Montreal ofllcer. While the ceremony jn progress a shell hurst close by. Nobody was luirt but 17 horses and an empty am- were smashed completely. The chaplain also speaks ot being ac- companied one night by a young Montreal ollicer who talked incessant- ly. Later ho confessed that his talk was to unto the iiorvoiisiipss ho felt at the'shells, which were drop- ping pretty close at intervals. A few days later tills man was in Uio crater fighting at St. Eloi-and is now re- commended fi; ilic 'D S.O. Trench fighting continues and ev- ery few uishta there are sallies of linmbinE parties. Such of these op- erations as fall to the Canadians bring little change of it serious na- ture. As one participant puts it, it re- solves itself merely into Germans losing a few men every day per mile of trench and ourselv.es losing almost exactly the same number. Save Your Hair With Newbro's Herpicide THE TIN-CAN FARMER (By Stanley V. Morse) Farmer Jones was a tin-can Ulan: He lived and ho ate from uu old tin can. Canned beans for breakfast, beet for dinner; Canned stuff made his family thinner. JCven In cans came ilia gasolinn. And bis tin-can cow's milk had no i cream; peaches, strawberries, toma- toes, and beans, From his tin-can garden with its lack of greens. Even his house was made of tin, And the half-fed people who lived within Sometimes ventured to spend somd "tin" For an apple, orange, pear or plum Which might just as well have been raised at home. Till at last tlie farm adviser came And said, "It is a beastly shame. These boys must have fresh fruit to eat! And vegetables, too, and home-killed meat. Why don't you raise some home sup- plies? A garden's a profitable enterprise; And keep some hens, a cow, a pig, The labor of it Is not big. The boys and girls must join a club teach them how to raise good grub." 'ho farm adviser went away, Jut soon returned another day.- A change he saw in home and man, Vnd not a single old tin can; A garden fine, an orchard fair; Tho house and tools in good repair. The farmer and his wife explain With smiles, they have not worked in vain. Our children In the club did win Vnd now we're saving all our "tin." COUNCIL WILL COLLECT TAX Toronto, May council to- day decided to protect itself by col- ecting the provincial war tax .until the legal contestation readies a de- cision. New Yorll, May. member of the British parliament representing unofficially a group of English states- men who desire early peace, discuss- ed with President Wilson In Wash- ington recently the possibility of bringing the European war to a close through meiiiatlbn by the president, according to Rev. Dr. Frederick Lynch secretary of United Stales branch of Central Organization, for a durable peace. Dr. Lynch made this state- ment today in announcing the call for a conference of members of the Uni- Led States .branch to be held here next Tuesday. Inspected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD 8W1ET AND, PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly ralti sre to reasonable that >e home- keeper can afford to do without our ice. Delivered dally (except Sundays) to all parta of the city. PHONE 1163 Western Transfer Go., Ltd. OPPOSITION ASKS FOR LEGAL ACTION AGAINST OFFICIALS Victoria, -May the house tills afternoon Mr. H. C. Drowsier, the Liberal leader, introduced his mo- tion directing the attorney-general to take legal action against crown offic- ials alleged to have-mane over pay- ments' to the Pacific Great Eastern railway. The speaker claimed that in defiance of the statute the govern- ment realized 100 ner cent on money derived from the guaranteed railway securities although only some 02 cent of the Pacific Eastern railway had so tar been constructed. Premier Bowser moved the adjourn- ment ot the debate and will make his reply on Monday. AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP The man who produces double the customary crop assumes, a leadership hat brings responsibilities. His farm incomes an object of interest. When its work becomes known and his me- .hods discussed he gains fame as a model farmer. Others want to see and learn, and then do likewise. If visitors nre welcomed to hla farm and Kidney The wasre material which the Kidneys are intended to remove from rlie blijotl. if allowed to accumulate in the system, poispn tlie blood and thus produce deleterious effects. If from over-work, exposure to cold, or some local injury, the kidneys become congealed 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 tiie kidneys must be suspected, 2nd if not relieved promptly chronic Bright's Disease will certainly develop. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and OOc which is a Diuretic as well as an Aperient, will carry out of the system the poisonous material which the kidneys cannot get rid of, and will relieve the congestion of the kidneys. Sold by J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited "THE DOWNFALL OF THE IKISH BEPUBLIC" MR. L. LABRIt 594 Champlain St., Montreal. "I have been restored to health by taking 'Fruit-a-tives1. For two years, I was a miserable sufferer from Rheti- tnatistn and Stomach Trouble. I became weak, had frequent dizzy spells and when I took food, felt wretched and sleepy. I suffered from Rheuma- tism dreadfully, with palm in my tack and joints and my hands swollen. A friend advised me to try'Fruit-a- tives' and from the outset, thoy did me good. After I had started the second pox, I felt I was getting well and I persevered in the treatment. I eaa truthfully say that 'Ftmt-a-tives1 is only medicine that helped me. LOUIS LABRIB. "FRTJ1T-A-TIVES" Is tbo famotu medicine made from fruit juica. 60c. a. box, 6 for trial size, S5o. At all dealers or sent on receipt of by Fralta-ttvcs Limited, Canadian eggs have found favor on the British market, and the prospects are that, providing they are available, much larger quantities will be shipped this year. The unusually high prices prevailing at the present time aro largely due to this anticipated export demand. Prices for poultry are also higa, and will likely continue so for ths rest of the season. Last fall and winter all lis confidence they are bound to look the surplus Canadian poultry was with critical eyes. They expect to i ported ot highly profitable prices. Be- see everything about the farm in an ideal condition commensurate with the iiumper crops and attendant prosperity tween fifty and sixty cars of livo poultry were shipped from western On- tario to the eastern States alone, and Dumper crops ana auemiiuii. UIUBJIMHI.? rario LO UIM ettaLcm of which they have heard. If the farm in tlie maritime provinces, particularly work is shiftless in some particulars, if tile fence rows are weedy, the [ledges untrimmed. the'lawn ragged, tho buildings unpainted, or the garden a weedy wilderness, the visitor who is naturally neat revolts from all he sees. If big crops accompany such slovenliness he will be content with his accustomed methods and results. The man one idea may thus liave a bad influence. If he thinks only In terms of soil fertility and resulting crops, overlooks self-respecting neatness. Ills example loses its force. It is only too true that many sol; rob- bers are very neat workmen. They can not be reformed by a neighbor whose place ia not well kept, even though by soil feeding his fields may yield abundantly. The man who has a reputation for big crops should therefore study his farming to see if It will bear close critical inspection in Its various Gazette. THE POULTRY RAISER'S OPPORTUNITY From present indications Great Bri- tain will require all the eggs and poultry Canada can produce during 1910. Last year, as a result of greatly increased production, Canada was able I to ship to Great Britain the largest quantity exported since 1902, jand at the same time reduced her im- ports tor home consumption by nearly a million dozen. that an even Igreater demand for Ca- nadian poultry and eggs .will occur this nadian poultry ana eggs .will occur mis ms aa year. It is important, therefore, that poultry production In Canaaa. ___ in Priuue Edward Island, the export demand for canned poultry has greatly enhanced prices to producers. Although some uneasiness has exist- ed on the part of tho trade as regards transportation facilities in view of the high freight rates and the shortage of. boats, it is now reasonably certain every poultry producer takes steps to profit thereby, by hatching as many chickens as possible this spring. Now Is tha time, by hatching early, by hatching everything possible in tha month of May, to guard against tha marketing of BO much small, under- sized, poorly finished poultry, which annually becomes a drag on the mar- ket in the fall of the year. Again it Is only by hatching now, and giving the chickens every possible chance to thrive and grow, that a maximum gup- ply ot eggs can be obtained In. the winter time. Given their proportionate. amount or attention, the growing ot .poultry brings quick and returns to the farmer. With the increasing cost of meats, milk, batter, etc., there Is a constantly increasing demand for poultry and egss. The labor problem is not critical, as the boys and girls on the farm can readilT take ewe of the poultry. The cost of feed Is nom- inal, prices for poultry ego are the highest in fact, lor many1 years It ia obvious, therefore, tW Canadians have patriotic, as well as an economic duty, to perform in malt- ing the year 1916 the banner year for AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS One mile south of Stirling depot. Four blocks south of Stirling School House THURSDAY, MAY AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES 1 Brown Mare 1 Sorrel Mare 1 Bay Mare i Brown iMare 1 Black Mare 1 Bay Mare 1 Bay Mare 1 Bay Gelding 1 Bay Gelding. 1 Bay Gelding 1 Grey'Gelding 1 Brown Gelding 7 years old, weight 1700 7 9 10 2 1 10 1800 1100 1400 1300 1200 1100 1300 1300 1100 I CATTLE Calvsd Cows. 3 Heifers, 1 year. old. one to Be fresh this 1 3 Milking Cows. W- IMPLEMENTS. 2 Fresh 3 Lumber wagons. ,2 15x20. ,.1 Three-section Iron Harrow. 3. Sulky Plows. 2 Walking Plows. 1 j7_ Disc and DrllL 1 Bedstead, Spring! 1 Bedstead and Springs. 1 Child'" 1 of Springs. I Wardrobe. 1 Extension' Table. 1 Massey-Harris 8 foot Binder. 4 Sets of Double Team Harness. tools. 1 Magnet, dream Separator. 1 Moww. 1 Sulky Hay Ittke. FURNITURE and Mat- And Picture Frames. 2 Rocking chairs. Kitchen Chairs. 8 Pieces of Linoleum. 1 Cook Stove. 3 Heating Stoves. 1 ClocK. xe Also about 1C tons of Timothy and Alfalfa Hay. 1000 feet of ship, 1 lath. LOUIS ZOUGG, AUCTIONEER ;