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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THE LETHBRIDGE DA1T.Y HERALD PAGE THREE Why Do Men Suffer fty Caultf It is H> easy to bt well and strong and to enjoy life, that it IB surprising Itow many women drag themselves through the cjaj BHffenmjj torturea from back due to kiuney trouble. Mrs. found the way to cure herself and gladly writes It v> that others may be induced to uat the MWC remedy. BIG LORRAINE. "During the last winter, J'.vas bothered much: a Weak.Back. I was advised friend to try GIN PILLS I did The first box I found helped me very much and I found when I had taVen the second I was completely cured MRS F WILCOX If GIN.-PIIAS do not do ill tbat we' tay they us know and we will cheerfully refund jou Send for a free Cample and see for yourself that they will do you Then buy the regular boxes 6 for Vs 202 National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada. Limited Toronto. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Mar 28. Opening and closing prices on the gram exchanges, .-today were Open Close Mar Oct. Oite- Uuly .CASH ,1'KICrUS Spring Wheats- No Nor Iso 9 Nor Oat No 2 C IT No 3 8UFFEI 'Raymond, May third an- nual-Mutual Improvement association meet v.'an ,held at the opera lumsiVon Monday Aim 11111 lire the finals of. 'the season's work began last October; The best material from .the various organ Izatlons was chosen to 'Contest .In story te'iling, music aud oratory. The contests continued until tho buiu wore selected by elimination; Then tlie various' associations., ware divided in- to t'nee distiictb t icfae ataju lia! then tiyouts to llnd thui best tatoiu j to appeal todiy lite juniu girU chorus was contested by, Stli ling directed by Kltee Clark, and -Ma j firatli directed by Myrtle Glbb. Prof, j N.-L. music, adjudicator a decision in ;rath. The retold stories were contested jy Viola Allen of Raymond first ward Grace Brandley of Stii'iiug IX If. Rltou acted as judge of stories and orations and gave liis opiuiou in j iivor ot the Stirling iady Tlie hoys' .elionig rendered by was not contested. Direct- or "Stone commended for his tact u getting such a good effort from.the young bo> Iht mu n .era ton, th it lure vinter had narrowed do'wu to two.' Lydia B. Pmkham's Vocetablo Com- Vank Steele of llagratli and Grant -pound, made from native roots and oung of Raymond. After a'careful I herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful explanation the. decision was grv m jn t drugs, and today holds the record of vor of IMr. Yoiing j" being the most successful remedy Single mixed ijuartette was sung by t'know for woman's His. If you need such Miss Uisenbacit iml ainedicme why don tyou it' Daisy Ericlcsou; Chae. H. Smith and j lion Erfckeon for tlistrct -No. 2: i W yon'haVo the slightest; doubt and Clara Anderson, Wil- j that IJydia J2. Pinkhaiu's Vegeta- TWO LONG YEABS Mre. Aselin Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. M nncapalis, Minn 'After my littlf 11 One was born I 'as sick paint) in my which tin doctors said were caused by inflamma- tion. I suffered great deal every month and grew very thin. I was under tho doctor's care for two Jong1 years without j any benefit. Finally after repeated sug- gestions to try it we got Lydia E. pink- j ham's Vegetable Compound. After tat ing the third bottle of the Compound I i was able to do my housework and today I J am strong an'd healthy again. I will j answer letters if anyone wishes to know i aboutmycase in ASFHN, I to two.' Vaudeville de Luxe TONIGHT Compound will help toTiyduiD PinkharrMedicmeCo. (confidential) for mi- vice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered' by a wonians and hold iu strict confidence. red Fred-Xye .for dls- rlct No The adjudicator fi leclsion to the .latter. A large crowd IET in attendance. The honors, wer- ivcnly divided und'the best of reeling TRvailed. ;Thc sports began at. two o'clock at" 'icioria Park. Every contestant bore number and the program was care- The mile run was an esneciul fen- ully prepared. "Charlie Kinscy, the hire since it ended iu a One sinirt of eterrm foot racer, "was starlet The speed ami was wou by Octave Ursen avd dash for the juniors was won Skouepn was a close sec-1 y Island Passey of Stirling Pauljond and Vorn Spaceman third. Time iedd, 2ud..and C. Finch ;Keeri n i- i C 3 c C. _ 1 3 131, 1 1 Way Till Sept. Dec: July Sept. MINNEAPOLIS G minutes l! seconds Fred tho broad jump. Don Skouson won the hundred Ottawa, Ont., May -JT.-Thc Hindu question was up in Ihc- IIoosc again this morning, when Hon. Frank Oli- m- L-sketl for further inionnation as to the of the Hindus. Pre- mier Borden, in the absence o! Hun. I Dr. Hoche, replied that he under- i stood some twenty had been allowed to land owing to the (act that they were returning to I'aiiada alter an absence, and. a number had been or- j clercd deported. as they did not come up to the physical tests. As to the- remainder the lav.- would be enforced. Vr Olner sal! he presumed there would he an appeal to the courts UouU the Oovcriniient permit Hiicii an appeal The; Premier: retorted that the Gov- ernment did. not have control of the of the land. Sir launer asked if fhfre ,i in appeal In nay of habe-a'.i ccr- would the eminent icsist. The Premier 'replied that the (i'ov- yard i eminent Would undoubtedly be leprc- MENZIES English Comedians Direct from the London Hippodrome, "in "The Talkative Lady" .Don't This. I'o.sitivcly the last appearance of this clever pair: of onto darners. Also Miss May Gordon, the Child Soprano. .1000 Feet of World's Best Photo-Plays in addition to the above -lin ARE ALL LARGE; NEW, FAST SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH GRADE. RATES THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE.- .Sailings from Montreal and Glasgow ever.y Saturday: i iekets: friends In I rope., can bo -jnirc'liased vtrom 'or Steamshii) Agent. The'Ideal Way to the Gohtintnt H..E. General Agent. 349 Main Street Winnipeg It, 8 884 JO, 91, SS I 1 CUNARttllNE ii CHICAOO CANADIAN S3SRVICE i OUR BROOMHALL CABLE Liverpool, May opened steady, with prices %d higher, being influenced by of light Ar- gentine shipments this week and continued demand from the. continent although not pronounced. During the dullness characterized irad- Ing with some pressure incident upon freer Indian offers aud persistent re- ports the damage to American winter 'wheat is 'slight and values cased World's..shipments are expected fo he'liberal this'week'but again the percentage to the continent -will ho Jargo. undertone easier 'with mar- ket dull and-.prices..unchanged-to ]ower than yesterday. Masnlfldpni New T "ANDAN1A" "ASCANIA" Bii Onr-Cluss (II.) Cabin rinss iwHflviiKurt; only The. One-Class Cabin at rin.l Tlilnl uco farried, roaimbdufl INVENTOR OF' INCANDESCENT LAMP DIED TODAY London, ilay Joseph Wilson Bwaii, inventor of Hit; first Jueatniea- cont electric lamy, died here today. Hq was 8tf yenrs old and wag in Simderiand, England. Sir Joseph spent many years..of his Hfoi'experimenting with electric lamps. 'In-1879 ho suc- ceeded'In solving the problem of pro- ducing :an incandescent light, tints making possible .thci general use of electricity for lighting purposes. Ue was the many other elec- trical flevlces Jnciiidliig .a's safety lamp arid an electric meter. ahcatl of Tcrnnilnli Cafe, Louripo, Gymnasium, ['romi-iuulos, Itoom, JEuom, Uiliinc Saloon, Mhrnrr Smiciotis SI u( (rooms Services ulso between New Ym .MiMlifrrrtinfiMi, Adriatic; The .Fastest 'PaWnger it nil JU1 Scrvlta'-ln tilt World. AOUITANIA LU.S1TANIA ..--'TMAURETANIA Railway or I TIIK Cf.VAltl) STEAMHII1I1 CO. 304 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG." S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Lethbridge. TEAM RAN FARMER KiLI-EP ..Wools.lesv Snak.; May Bates, nn employee -or Thonm W. Rogers, farmer 'ueiii1'Uevron, Snsk., was Killed yesterday afternoon, tlie.toftm ho was hitcn'inff to a wngon bolted, drugging .Gains! for. some! dis- tance and Uniilly goiijR.over. Ills chest. lie 35 ywn-s or ase. nnd lenvw. n an iltlirue smnll cliftUrcn. lit Somes from UnslanU. White Star DOMINION LINE Summer .Schedule From .Montreal .From Liverpool Sat. Alay 23 I.aurentic Sat May