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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcffciicsrtny, November THE LETIIBRIUtiE DAILY HERALD AT ,lAST, HE IS FREE OF LUMBAGO B.'causi He Took 6IN PILLS i Winnipeg, Jan. 6th, "Ibs.vcbeen a sufferer From Lumbago for sou ft e years past and during Christinas week [had a very acute attack which coufmed me to the house. About the latter jsait of April, I met your Jlr. Hill nut! mentioned my complaint to him. He advised me to take GIN I linve bcim taking them at intervals during; this early part of the present wintttj, and up to date have had no return my old fact, I feel better f.han I have for years and think that nijy old enemy hus vanished for good said all." H. A. JUKES. GINi'PILLSwill protect yonrKidnejs and IJHadder against the ravages o means of bomb-proof galleries, ant the roads which unite the summit of he island with the lower parts (tho Unterland) are also protected against gun fire. An Impregnable Island In view of these facts it may be ad- mitted that Heligoland is as impreg- nable as it is possible for any island to be, and if that is the case Ger- many has rendered it impossible for the placo to be seized and used as a base by British mosquito flotillas. The role of the Island in the scheme of German defences Is, however, more than a negative one. The depth of water in the which ia re- presented by the space between Heli- goland and Dune, is not sufficient to allow of large ships taking shelter there; but three years ago construc- tion was begun of a harbor for torpedo craft. This work, which is estimated to cost altogether is expect- ed to be completed by the end of this year, and M, In addition to the liar- iior itself, there will be a full range of stores and depots built, there is ,'ood reason to believe it to he the utciitlon of the authorities to make t the permn-ient base ,of a torpedo or submarine Hot of both. In the strategy of German const dc- 'once Heligoland IB, or will shortly become, the'central pivot of the whole organization, thoiiRh this does not irn- )ly -that the headquarters will be shifted from their present position at jiixhaven. For such a role the island s excellently situated. It is (JO miles distant from Borkum and from Konig- shaven, in the iaifuui of while It IB only 4-1 mites dhstnnt from Cux- haven, which is tha outer fortified, guard of the Kiel Canal and the head-: quarters ot tho coast artillery and: the j submarine mining division. Heligo-! land Is IrcquotTtly referred to ae the guardian of the Kiel Canal, of the! Imperial dockyard at Wilhelmsbavon, and of the mouths of the Elbe and the AVeger. The Influence of Heligo-! lonrl per se, howevpr, does not ox- j tend beyond Ihe range of Its guns.! Apart from I la negative Is, from Its value io Germany as be- j ing German, find not belonging Io ah onomy of Is valuable only as a very important link in tho tin In of coaxial defences. 'is DIFFERENT1 OUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE .IN 11 VERY tACK ROBIN HOOD MILLS LTD. MQOSf CALGARY ;