Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
MAVJ23 __ S BLOOD IS IHE lift Pure Blood Is Absolutely Necessary To Health "FRUIT-A-TIVES" PURIFIES Thete Wonderful Tablets, Made of Fruit Juices, Are The Beat Of All Tonics To Purify And Enrich .The Blood. Pore, rich, blood can flow only in clean body. Now. a clean body is one in which tin; waste matter is regularly mill naturally eliminated from tlie svstcm TSc blood cannot be when the slim action is weak, when the stomacli does not digest the foot] proocily, when the bowdsdo not move regularly, when tile kidnejs are or Orerivorked. Pure blood a the result ot perfect health and harmony of stomach, liver, bowels, anil skill. their wonderful action on all these organs, keeps the whole system 33 clean us Nature in- tended our bodies to be clean. Fmil-a-tiTCS .tones up, inviijo rate-; strengthens, pnriScs, cleans an( gives pure, blood that is, 11 truth, the stream of life. "l'ruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealer nt a box, 6 for trial size 2JC or sen! postpaid on receipt of price Uj Limited, Ottawa. DOINGS AROUND TABER (Tuber Times) Tlie Victoria Day dance held under Ihe nusiilces of RolllnB Green local of the UK A was one of the.most suc- cessful over held. A large number worn present, and a good time was ciiRvrAl b- all. The music wns of the bfl'.-t' and "the floor In fine shape. The prize list for the third annual horticultural exhibition, lo be br-ld under the auspices of the Taber o- inon's Institute, on Wednesday, Aug- ust IS, lias Just been Issued. :l -Krles of the O.V.. was a vuitor to tinvn on Wednesday, and reports lhat the grain In that district is in fine sliap'1. A movement IB on foot to organize a lawn howling club in Taber r II E i T H li HI I) G E D A 11- V HEKAI.P MAI> LMASTKATIM; WITNESS sT- PAGE FIVE CRIPPLED BY RHEUMATISM N.Y. Wbilinr. "Will mr a twx c.f Gin When I M-nl for the I :.ll criplM up mill Utaimaliiiil ami my to badly ixollen. I mil liul alwut >'x ,.l Ihe pill..'! frit ii'iiiiul Ilicin A-! I h MISS AGNES FITZGIBBDN President ot tllo "Women's Wei- milt' Hospital Known in Canada as a ilcrary woman, who .lied in Toi-onl'i May I Till. You can readily Icll If your kidney! or blndilcr is nlircU-il. Von will have pains in tlie small the hack, (jrum or your iiriai- will he hilihl) colored, brick ilnsl or munis depo- sits will in the morning, your wrists or ankles may to inactive kid-.icv-- which Ol" Pin will soon put 2G2 Girt fill, "Madr in "ST mEBi BKJTISII SUHMAKIXK E-U LIEUT..COU. S. C. MEWBUF.N Who succeeds Col. H. M. filllii.lt us isslstiint Adjutant-General of-the. lo- ronto Military district. He has been brigade commander of the -Hli try Brigade. He was born in Ham- ilton in ISSii and was made n K.C. in 1910. He las long service anil rose from a private lo his present title. WHOOPING COUGH if Whooping Cough and relic Croup .11 once. I! is a lo Aslhma. iled with evcrx breath, ...akes hrealhint easy; I soolbes Ihe sore Ihroat I and Ihe cough, I assurlnc resllul nliliti. I Itii I, rill, jnnac. cbusnjn. Senrf ".a pontal far dcicripliVfi booklet Strong Address For Prohibition OF MOTHERHOOD Enhanced By Perfect PfayM- cal He.lth. The experience of Motherhood ine one to most women and marks dis- tinctly on epoch in their live.. Not woman in a hundred is prepared or un- derstands how to properly can tor her- self Of course nearly every woman nowadayahw medical treatment at such times, but many approach the experi- ence with an organism unfitted for. the trial of strength, and when it is over her system has received a shock from it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous strain of caring for the child, and a disbnct change in the mother results. There is nothing more charming than l happy and healthy mother of children and indeed child-birth under the right amditiowneedbe no hazard to health or beauty. The unexplamable thing is that, all the evidence of ttetterwi nerves and broken health resulting from an unprepared condition, and with am- ple time in which women ?.'ill pereist in going blindly to the trial. Every woman at this time ahooldrely imon Lidia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, a most valuable invigorator of the f einile In many homes once childless there are now children be- cause of the fact that Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound makes womeninormal, healthy irad strong. H want, specialI iriito to (coal. u-nnjKass. lour letter will rend and answered by a li held in strict ooaldeiee. BRITAIN NOT WORRIED BY SUBMARINES Big Increase In Value I of 1914 Agricultural Products In Alberta ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S l and E'.evenlh avenue; Matlh- byterian church: Sahhatb school, 11 Fiimoiitdii Mav iS-H seems a Ion'- call from UM-I but il is not so vcrv Ions and it lias only been lonfi tn gather the imoi- mation as lo what the rich province of Alberta iirndniTil 111 Ml-' m i estimate as absolutely neat rchabil- itv what the farmers "mil down in their ieans'' as a result of the year s work Till' lignrrs are surprising. Allicrla last is supposed to have isultereil with slates and iiro- Ivinccs in lhat a larp- area v.ns idroulb stricken. The average man would sai in mi ihr was under rainn Ihiiu above previous years rccoruV Inn me "iicss would be wrong. I m: ellil'ipnl pilhlicitv bl-anrh of the M- lerl.1 dcpailmenl ni works has completed Ihr, report of U.rorliv- ,'ion mid receipts, anil there is anise ioi a-lust; cheer. Not on) i here a Lirgelv increased prodii- tion in almost every line but Ihe i-m-inri-il reward showed an iiicreaK: ilirvei- OOil.iiiHi- the speak for liirmselves. Here they arc Yield and Value of Products a. m.; evening service at A. ....jg wheat _ 1- pastor. Wheat Oals Barley Flax levelling service at 7.3" p. m. All Ji cordialh invited. 1IAKUIK- VlVi l-'aic'cney. Sabbath, school service at 2.3" P-n Bushels One of the best meetings of the pro- was held in St. A li- on's church last evening. The lurch was practically filled, and the leaker was Mrs. Jackson Silbaull of ealt'ie, Wash, ller'addreas was prac- cal, earnest and It was story of her experience In Washing- on and other states. She also answer- d very clearly many of the objections liich are being raised against the ciuor act. and gave many valuable iigBesllons as to how to conduct a ampalgn. ,She thought that the big anger was that the temperance peo- le throughout the proviucei.wo.nld be ver-contldent, and urged .that wo- men especially be enthusiastic, and ally to help the men in this tient. Kev.-D. Ross; ably" prosified over the. iieeting. Mr. H. Kllner sang a iileas- IIE solo. The Salvation Army band endered several selections before tlie eel lire and led the singing. A hearty vote of thanks was tender- ed Mrs. Silbaub for her lecture by A. Virtue president of the local force, ind seconded by Mr. Forrester. .London. .May lo and from British ports goes on as tlinngh there were no submarine danger, and it is staled thai there will be no interrup- tion in the operations in the Darda- nelles The Heel there will have to assist'the army as. the nenln- mla, taking chances ot destruction by submarines and mines or shell fire. TUB spirit of British merchantmen was indicated today in the reply of a sailor to Lord .Mersey's uuestion at the enquiry into the sinking of the steamer Falnba by a German submar- ine some time ago. Asked whether he would go to sea again, the sailor promptly replied "Yes." uulor Boys'. Junior Girls'