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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY )5, 1910 THK LETHBniPGJE. DAILY JIF.RALl) F1VK "I "Feel Like a New says Mrs. Hamilton. New Castle, the time I was eleven years old until I was sevjn- j, teen 1 suffered each month so I had to bo in bed. I had head- ache, backache and such pains I would crump double every month. 1 did not know what it was to be easy a minute, j My health was al) I run down and the doctors did not do me any good. A neighbor told my mother about Lydfa E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound end I took it, and now I feel like a new person. I don't suffer.any more and I am regular every Mrs. HAZEL South 16th St. When a remedy has lived for forty years, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon thousands of women decjare they owe their health to it, is it not reasona- ble to believe that it is an article of great merit? If you wantspociiil advice write to Lydift E. Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynu, Itlass. Tour letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman aud iield iii strict confidence. 300 KILLED IN A FOOD RIOT Now York, May to a dispatch received here by a newa agency three hundred persons were killed during u food riot at Mannheim Germany, yesterday. Tlio police and troons attacked tho rioters and many were injured. The populace attack- ed food shops and there was terrible disorder before tho troops were call- ed. McNEIL and MAY, those musical artists at the Orplicum tonight only What the Press Agents Say COVENTRY CAPTURED London, May the Hon. John. Coventry, previously reported missing, Is now ascertained to be a prisoner at Damascus with 20 officers and 230 men of the Worcestershire Yeomanry; .They were captured by tbe Turks at katia Easter Sunday, Col. Coventry is the second son of the Earl of Coventry. AtStaiiand Stai'land presents for the opening bill this -reek on especially strong gram. Eflna Qoodrlcb, most- 'jgau and accompllBliea of Americun dra- raatic stars, vfbo has Just returned jfrom the war hospitals of Buropo, where sho oerred as a nuree for over a year, and-whose beautiful homo noar London is now being -used for tho con- valescent -wounded, will appear for first tlrao Ufinotion In "Armstrong's Margaret, Turn- bull's groat dranm. This JB without doubt tho finest Paramount productions yat'atiown in this popular theatro. In addition to thin feature, the latest ivar weekly will-bo shown and Mr. Fleming will King. At the Majestic Hore'o a good euro for that grouchy feeling. At about 7-30. this evening stand on the old'front porch and UK- Un tor a hotee sound like an old time minstrel band; take tho hint, and then hike right down to the Ma: jostle theatre, anil see Refine Brothers, famous Africander .Mlnstrols. and have the biggest two hour laugh you ever had. if you canr.ct laugh, don't go, but if you are one of those fortunate1 beings who can appreciate something really good In the laughing line, you will "be amply repaid for your, time and trouble. lloBse'fj Minstrels will be seen both tonight and tomorrow night in a real old time minstrel show, a show chock full of now features, new songs and dances, new gags, plenty of comedy, and a wealth of broad southern humor. Tho management of the theatre are guaranteeing this attraction. There is real minstrel hand, and also a mighty fine orcnsstra carried by the company, which alone will be worth heaHng. SI. ANDREWS BY-THE-SBA DY'-TTIE-SBA St. Andrews Miufoly for tanfrue of land, itrrtchlng for into the owan and D oueiitlr bordeml on br tlic watrrs of a and a rivtr, makes it by-tlie-wa region. And wiy that br the wi dwaw allure, me. union of tend and the of Ma. the feltelguii o) kelp lilt Wad., Uw whlfl oJ the brine wafled Inland on the eroded MVM. knit tbe fculwarlu ot rock that receive the wirne or tin- combinw) maki- the allurement. But It not rxiUun M. St Andrews what be called aUaosphi-ric illmrti weird beauty about tV wrutta of mist tbutd from the for. and plain in riirtly attractive a But WIIMI one euuida the takes In the wrtep of Pawaniauwxldj Way swpt.by a wnl! of mut In silvery detachments as U mi an inTaaitm. tin effect Ii both dramatic There Is a It In Uhamwok Mountain uid mil it tcfttter over nil beautiful. A retfion of cBteri deptiia, suddenly tnnsformeJ intu l and the face at nature Ii ai'ain wealed. o( There U that crMS-eOQEiry drive fro tut t mailer o! only half-a-ncore of ide to Minliter's Island, where the late Sir William nad that fc only unable when It Is twenty Wow high n ay one finds at Jetiwy that to a dtUcheil outle fitrongl.old. SaWy ic sea the drive over aud around Utatater'a Wind worth roiue ill r It iuclud'et not only aunerb of buuJ neuacavw. Wit the ii! the estate and tbe smillruc sei-lnoenUd shores vax.rant breeze up tbe elmirtu HV, And there an- lota River to tbe vrakrs Most unique. IB (lip bad lila cummer rtsid-nc low tide, the same kini! woasJnC narrow unn st- to i of color tlie flower za feldi of that make the harvest time. I like a remit where I rniy tmtt helfc, picking wild berries from tbe nearer. puddling; with my bare ftet In tlic Diana pools left by the receding tide; and it is great Jan to ones tow into the yiddinj sis-J, "or to hdy a child to mike i tunnel or dig Jiwt to lie im a stretch of dry sand and let tin wind iti health into you, or to streU'h on flat rock beneath thr mn k wonderful joj thai can better be described. ft Is a fact worth recording that all the ereat of the have loved the ocean, aoJ written ViMutifully flboui 1L Oeccribiitc tbe u( the Lord Hjron wrote! Time writes no wrinkJe on thine azure brow. Ton can KO of course, for which there hi bountiful supply of fresh and Halt, warm and cold. Surf or deep xa bathing ia for all who come. You phj golf OB the excellent F.Y. C.P.R.. HOTEL 31 ANDREWS N.B BATHING AT ST.ANDREWS ON THE GGLFUNItS At the Empress The big Chaplin special "The Floor appears at the Empress to- night, simultaneously with Its-release In New York. It lias never been shown before: It is a scream and ono Charlie's boat. "The Girl and the Game" will also ho shown tonight, this chapter being a very eicitlng one. This pleasant theatre offers for to- night the biggest and host bargain show they hare yet shown. McNeil and" May, in 'a "novelty musical act, have an offering7-which Is hound to please. Their selections on the saxo- phone, ami flute are rendered in a manner which leaves nothing to be desired, tlert pevore's Co. will offer a comedy novelty sketch, "The which is said to contain some of the mos't touching pathos and at the Bamoi time to he one of the best comedies on the vaudeville stage day. IVIinto and_ Palmer in their har- mony singing bring In use two of the best point of range, power and richness heard here for some time. A sure cure for tho blues is the offering of the Three Plcards, in a. whirlwind act of bar work that fair- ly holds the audience spellbound at their. wonderful grace and daring feats, interwoven with a clever line of comedy patter. Do not overlook the fact that there will bo two performances, at 7 and 9 o'clock. Admission to any part the house 25 cents. MURDER MYSTERY AT SHOAL LAKE, ONTARIO Kenora, Out., May has reached here today that Mrs. Neil hubner and her 18-year-old daughter, Erma, were found murdered in their home at the Olympfa mine at Shoal Lake, 35 miles from here. A miner named Otto Quasi, who resided with tho Hubners, and who had been away for some days working his claim, re- turned to the house.Friday for sup- plies finding both women dead with evidence of a struggle having taken place prior to the murder. CHURCH DOES NOT FAVOR USE OF UNION LABOR Saratoga Springs, N.Y., May a vote of 447 to 280 the Methodist Episcopal general conference, today, eliminated that part of the report oC the commission on social service, which delcared that preference ahoiild be given union labor 'in all matters affecting employment "insofar as Jts methods are Just and insofar as the rights of unorganized men are not in- fringed upon." SUIT IS PROCEEDING Norfolk, Va.. May 13. British claimants of the captured liner pam completed their case in the fed- eral district court today and counsel for the ship's German captors began presenting their .contention that 'un-1 der the treaty with Germany the lin- er is rightfully a German naval prize and should not be returned to her British owners. art something like, a thott I million acres ot woodlands in A Canada, and about two hub dree million of these acres are covered with timber suitable for trading purposes. it would be difficult to ennumerate the various kinds of that flourish on those great tracta, but amongst the moat Important of the varieties are: flr, tamarack; cedar, hemlock, oak, elm, ash and maple. -Every, province hu its and every forest has Its own Interesting features. Tn Alberta parts of the Mountains ore covered with timber areas of great value. In British Columbia the forest aroa is -estimated at. about acres; the 'forests of Quebec cover about acres; then the large forests of Manitoba, Nova Scotia, New Brnns- Yukon are regions from wiiibii valuable tlnjber Is Uken Not atone, are the interesting for Hie value of, their trees, but they are attractive thrdujh the beasts which birds shelter; and every farmer loves the trees, for they are to him a fortification that breaks the fleroc rushes .of the storms that fain would destroy hja property on those occaaiong "when the elements get Into AII irritable mood. In portions of Western Canada some districts aro vary much' exposed to.the blast. With vfcwVo affording them protection tho Dominion Government uaa distributed trees for, planting along the prairies. The yonnir trees are Riven away prntls, but, definite condition a as to the mb- trees for a similar object, arid the great transportation Company organizes com- petitions andfgives priaes at Intervals for the best .plantation wind-break. In of the, Cana- dian forests aiiffcre'd much destruction from Ores, but pf loss lias not been -so great iSomo.Vof the forests have their kftei-ers, who reside In pretty homes- itf the woods. Betwoon each home there Is telephonic com- munication, aotliat If a .fire breaks out the news can-bo quickly spread and fire flghtere Jbroujhl to the spot Woro the formidable. Our unfinals that might become extinct had hunting been allowed to go on indis- criminately, for there are certain forest reserves specially allotted for shelter- Ing them, and on these parts no hun- ter1 may trespass. The forests are administered by the Provincial or Dominion Government In most cases, am! licenses to cut timber are sold by public .inetion at certain periods. Hut thje tracts that are1 laid bare by the woodman's axe are not now always to remain so.' The country .Id awaking to the necessity for. conserving tbe forests, and ltv many cases the planter follows the hewer. Amongst the preitlesi of Canadian forests arc those of OuUrlo fliicn cover -lOS.flOO square Amongst them run a network of beautiful riven and lakes very valuable for the untold power' that Is In them and for the de- light they give to the sight-seeing tra- veller or fisherman.' Through these forests the r Canadian Pacific-Railway takes Ita track', opening up the region tb the possibility of a great future. As a protection against forest fires in tho Canadian Rockies the Canadian Pacific use oil burning engines beyond Field. -The illustrations of "Lumbering in the Muskokn" tell their own story, but H will not be uninteresting to narrate that th.o lumbering season begins about tnAlm.e the snow begins to fall. Then the; tree's aro lightened' by the loss of their foliage. When the trees arc cut down and divided Into logs suitable for the length of the boards into which tbsy are U bo at tjio mills, tue nollows in the rugged ground are filled up by snow, and. the horses or oxen can travel freely over paths, that- In sum- mer would -be impassable. Drawn by the horses, or- oxen au :it may be, the logs slip gracefully .along the surface of the snow to "a convenient point where they can be 'easily loaded on to sleigh to be drawn to the mill, but 11 the. mill is far away the timber Is often the edge-of'a river ready for the drive to the mill when the ios melts; In other cases it Is piled nn the edge of a lake and :when the ice breaks is gathered into booms and floated to the mill. There Is an enormous supply of wood to the Province- of Ontario and the district of Patricia, which has an area of, square miles, has vast timber resources whleh have not n thoroughly examined Crisp Granules In making tlic Wod. Grape-Nuts, whole wheat and malted barley are ground into flour, formed into a (lough, and baked about 20 hours. This long bak- ing-converts a large part of the starch into dextrose, or grape-sugar, making Grape-Nuts easily generally in about one hour: 'Grape-Nuts conies from the ovens almost rock-hard and is reduced to nut-like granules requir- ing thorough niasjication.. An admirable for good digestion and sound leelh. Grape-Nuts (Made in Canada) contains all the nutriment of the grains, including the valuable mineral of potash, lacking in the ordinary diet but so essential for Imlanced nerves and sturdy bodies. Grape-Nuts is ready to eat direct from the package with cream or good delicious, well-balanced food for health, strength, and efljcicncy. There's a Reason Grocers everywhere sell Grapc-NuU. Canadian Poslum, Cereal Co. Ltd., Windior, Ont. ;