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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1016 TUB -LETIIBniDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE VIOLENT ATTACKS Suffered Tortures Until She Tried "Fruit-a-tives" BT. JEAN m MATIIA, Jan. 27th, 1914. "After sniftering; for a long time with .Dyspepsia, I have been tnude well by "Fruit-n-tives." I suffered so much thnt ut lust I would not dare to cat for 1 wns afraid of dying. "Pivejeara ago, 1 received samples of "Fn'it-a-tivcs" ninl after taking them f felt relief. Then I sent for three boxes and I kept improving until I was well. I quickly rcgilinedniy lost now Tout, sleep and digest u word, am fxllynamral, thanks to TruiU-tives.' CI1AKBONKEAU. We. a 6 for trial iiie 23c. At dealers pr scut postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. I BRITAIN WILL NOT YIELD RIGHT Washington, May Brills ambassador, Sir Uccil Bprliig-niui told 'Secretary Lansing toto that hi government wus strlvliis 'o ollnliinU thu delays and interference to mall I wlllcll Ihe United States Is uisal uliout to muku u protest, but ilia Great Britain could not relinquish It claim of right to prevent tho use tlie malls for the trammilBsloii o goods or Information by Its enemies The United States Is uliout to mall a renewed demand that tho interfei once with malls, particularly Ihose o neutrals, be Immediately abandoned. NAVAL ATTACK ON RIGA London, May is reported here that the German fleet is coming out In the Baltic and that with the as- sistance of land forces a determined attempt is tc be made to take the Russian port of Riga, it necessary by siege methods. WELL-KNOWN ONTARIO WOMAN SPEAKS. Welland, am most pleased to lay that Dr. Picrcc'a Favorite Prescrip- tion has proved itself a firsts-class remedy. I was run-down, weak j und played i needed a T Pioneers fo Four Separate-Units in Cranbrook Cranbrook. D.C., -May night a farewell concert and suppc was tendered the Cranbrook men wli have joined the Pioneers. On tha evening D. A. Macdonald entertainei the soldiers at the Wentworth hotc u-hen a chicken supper was provided Uurlug tho evening the Glee club ret dered several selections of patriot! war songs. Harry Ferguson, an ol resident of Cranbrook, anil one wh Inis been forward In tile city's prc greys, was presented -with a purse o Kold by several of his friends. G Limn read the address and made th presentation. The men lort on Satu day Tor Vancouver, from which poin they will leave about Ihe mitld'e o August for the front. Ths men iir F. Satre, Paul Faulkner, H. Fergusor Harry Conley, Ed. Morning and W j -tonic. I have just i Casey. finished using one I A petition asldug for an investiga. bottle. I feel much tion into the employment of alien en stronger and better. eniies at lumber camps in the disirle Can cat better and is being circulated. Tho petition i am less nervous, being largely signed. David Glenda You may Bay that allj Thomas .Freeman, tho returne 'Favorite Proscrip- soldiers, are circulating th tion' is just the medicine for tired-out, petition Lao Barnes, who 'has been in eharg worn-out women.. It does wonders for FJ.ANIGAN, E. Main and State Sts., Welland, Ont. THIS PRESCRIPTION IS FOR YOU. If you suffer from hot flashes or dizzi- ness, fainting spells, hysteria, headache, n-uiu 01.. uniij o v-imm.., or nervousness you are not beyond re- j McGuire, parish priest, ofilciating. hi liet. I ternmeut was in the- Catholic ceme Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription u terjr directed to the real cause and promptly During tlie past week recruiting ha of the dining car department here fo the past several years, has been trans ferred.to Calgary, leaving for his nev location today. The funeral of the late Mrs. Alex Emery, took place PYiday mornii from "st. Mary's 'church, Rev, Fathe removes tho disease, and thereby brings comfort in the place of prolonged misery. 1 It has been sold by druggists for nearly 50 vears, in fluid form, at per bottle, giving general satisfaction. It can now be had in sugar-coated tablet form. Sold by all medicine dealers or trial box by mail on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. Every sick woman may consult us by letter, absolutely without charge. Write without fear as without fee, t was tho fjrst witness the regular meeting tomorrow to Miss callcd Uljs ,llLenioon Before the Mere- MacKay, the Echoes secretary. Idfth-Duff commission. The new hoard I took over, all the business of the old, St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will meet i including the American fuse con- tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the class room j tracts. 0. AY. Gordon was the member Chairman Flavelle's Evidence Ottawa, May J. W. Flavclle, chairman of the Imperial munitions j Mr.' Clirvei] then asked Mr. Flavelle hoard, appointed to succeed the Cana- 'whether he a Hgt of the manufacturers who had provided the component parts going into the manu- facture of the five million shells for which the fuses were required. Lose Identity ilr. Flavelle thought It would bo of the dmrch to arrange for the re- of the board who handled the fuse very difficult, if not impossible to freshments for the congregational j end. He visited New York and saw identify the parts, as It was very dim- picnic that will be held on May 21th. the principals pressing for a state- cult to ascertain whether any par- 1 1 ment as to deliveries. In general ticuJar order belonged to any par- terms the companies said they were ticulnr contract. "Wo lose all iden- doing all they could, and would with any particular contractor liver as soon'as possible. jwith regard to the filling of an order." .Mr. Gordon's impression was thai [he said. "We are satisfied to get Mr. and Mrs. E. "Welch left this afternoon on a three months' trip to Vancouver, Frisco and Denver. Mr. Welch is a representative of the local their intentions were good, but that'clearances from manufacturers, but lodge to the grand convention of the lhelr administrative methods were not j we make no attempt to keep records." B. of L. F. and E. at Denver. 'good, their business management was j Witness, however, thought he I faulty, and they were not, handling could ascertain whether an important Mrs. W. G. Armstrong, who has [their contracts with good judgment, contract placed at a certain time been the guest of'Mrs. McCIenaghan, j He did not think they were manufac-1 really was part of any particular or- lelt this morning to pay her official' turers. Witness thought it would oe i der. visit as Worthy Grand Matron to the' better to examine Mr. Gordon on Mr. Carvell said that was what he Pincher Creek chapter of the Kastern Star lodge....... Mrs, Hammond1 -entertained a few friends with their children yesterday these matters. i wanted. The Munitions Board I Jlr- Hellmuth protested against any The new plant was called the evidence .being adduced. He did isli munitions board. A number of criends of Mr. Gordon had placed afternoon for Mrs.' F. E. Fisher and their business energies at the littlo daughter, Bernadette, of North al of the company free of charge, the Battleford. Mrs. Fisher and children head being Paul Sfse of the Northern expect to leave for their home the be- ginning of the week. The regular monthly meeting of the !f'. D. E. will be held in the Y.M.C.A. .oniorrow afternoon at 3.30. Executive will meet at 2.46 sharp. Ail members whoso, fees are overdue will please remit to the treasurer as soon as possible About one hundred and fifty people were present at the. Knights of Py- thias hall.laat night.. the occasion be- ing a farewell dance given by the war- rant officers, the staff sergeants and sergeants of the 113th Highlanders to :heir friends. A- program of twenty- 'our dances was enjoyed to music fur- nished by Need's orchestra. At mid- night supper waa served at small :ahles downstairs. Mrs. W. G. Armstrong of Calgary, Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern Star lodge of Alberta, was the guest of honor at a reception given yester- day afternoon at the Iiome of Mrs. Ch'as. McCIenaghan, by the officers of the Maple Leaf chapter. Mrs. J. T. Graham, associate W. G. M.. assisted Mrs. McCIenaghan and Mrs. Arm- strong in receiving the members of the order. The tea table was suitably Jecorated for the occasion, streamers of blue, yellow, red, white and green, .he colors of the order, were suspend ed from the chandelier to the corners of the table; candles of the same shades were .also used, and a shower if red and white roses adorned the centre of tha table. For. the first hour Mrs. J. Jones and Mrs. Hugh Scott :oured tea, and they were relieved by ,Irs. Humphries and. Mrs. W. _L. Mc- Cenzle. The assistants were Mrs. Meech, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Gilmore, Jrs. A. Williamson, Miss Jessie Conn and Miss Sang. Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. Livingstone and Mrs. 'Broriie ushered the guests into. the tea room. hiring the afternoon several instru- mental numbers were given by Mrs. R. Long and Mrs. Cull. The guests vere admitted by little Miss Ethel iiies. In the evening Mrs. Armstrong paid ler olficial visit to Maple Leaf chap- er, No. 7, O.E.S., at the Masonic hall. Several members of the' Coaldale chapter were among the many mem- bers present. Electric Company, and Mr, -Hathaway being chosen as'oneYoiT the expert advisers. The American Locomotive company, which was loading'success- fully, had given access' the company. The plant had a daily capacity from 20.000 to The new board is simply acting as trustees for the crown, and'without share in profits. The board, he said, had inherited a great many unfilled contracts, and the prices were now g'pmewhat lower, than they were at first. E. F. B. Johnston then, proceeded to questioii the -He'asked if there were not in existence certain correspondence which- had passed be- not think that any part of the shells but the fuses should be inquired in- to. GEN. ALDERSON CONDEMNS THE ROSS RIFLE FOR ACTIVE SERVICE Ottawa, May Ottawa Citi- zen this afternoon publishes a com- munication from General Alderson to the militia department, in which the coinmander-in-chfef of the Canadian forces condemns the Ross rifle, as an active service weapon in comparison, with the Lee-Enfield. While admitting the, perhaps, su- perior qualities of the Rosa as a tar- get rifle. General Alderaon is opin- ion that it is inferior when exposed to dust and mud in trench conditions, chiefly due to "the fact that the bolt' jams too easily- with certain classes of ammunition." Patoka, had been married five years and my greatest desire was to become a mother. The, doctor said I never would have a child unless I was Now York, May a-' mong Armenians in Turkey, Persia ....._________ and Syria Is still intense and they are operated on for dying by hundreds for want food female troubles and land are i in urgent need of aid, says cablegram from Constantinople, I had given up all hopes when a friend told me of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgo- tabie Compound. I took it regularly for made public today by the American committee for Armenian and Syrian relief The request for aid, sent by repre- sentatives of the committee in Turk- through the department of state, sometime, and I am j a minimum of a month is in better health than ever, and have a needed for relief in Turkey alone. Conditions In many quarters, says the message, are su distressing-that the Armenians are forced to eat grass, and that deepito these conditions they continue to stick fast to their Christ- ian faith, although a change to Mo- hammedanism would quickly relieve leaithy baby girl. I praiso your Vege- table Compound for my baby and my setter health. I want all suffering women to know that it is the sure road x> health and STEPHENS, R. F. D. No. 3, Patoka, III. Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Com- pound is so successful in overcoming their plight. The number ornon-com- woman's ills because it contain, th? i strengthening properties of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act on the female organism. Women from ill parts'of the country are continually xsstifyingto its strengthening, curativa nfluence. It has helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displace- tumors.. rregularitlM, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, lad nervous prostration. 13S In Mnrash lo'dOO Armenians are threatened with deportation and the government has refused to allow tho Christians to transact business of any kind to 3up: port themselves. In Tarsus, where it Is estimated exiles have unsscd through, typhoid prevalent. In Slvas there are destitute children from, the coast towns. All of these towns, besides many others, it Is said, are in great and urgent need. Every Woman's Duty in mailers pertaining to Hie family, table is to decide not only what is best for herself, but for the husband and children as well. Take Ihe table drink, for instance; the housewife may like her tea or coffee. She knows that tea and coffee are harmful 'to many, but she uses her favorite beverage in moderation, and thinks it doesn't harm her. But there's John. He's irritable and nervous, per- haps his irritation and sleeplessness may be due to tea or coffee. Again, almost everybody knows that tea and coffee are especially ha'rmhii to the little folks. The next thing, then, is "what id serve as a wholesome table In many families the quick and happy answer is INSTANT POSTUM Here is it delicious beverage pure and free from the drugs, caffeine and tannin, which often disagree with health and comfort. This, pure, .'delicious food-drink is made instantly leaspopnful in a cup and adding hot water, also sugar and cream to taste. Everyone can drink all they desire without the slightest chance of harm. Instant Postum is made of prime wheat and a bit of wholesome molasses. Its flavour, purity and wonder- ful goodness have, won tremendous favor. "There's a Reason" Grocers everywhere sell Postum -Canndioii Postum Cereal Co. Ltd., Windsor, out: ;