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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914 THE DAILY HERALfc PAGE FIVE TORTURE9 BY mmpnoi "Ffoit-a-tives" Cured Paraly- zed Bowels and Digestion BomPACit DB SHAWINJGAN, Feb. 3rd. 1914. "It is n pleasure to me to iuforrii you that after suffering from Chronic Constipation for years, I have been While I was a student at Berthler College', I became eo ill I was forced to leave the the, college. Severe pains across the intestines continually tortured me and it came to a point when I could not rtoop down at all, and my Digestion became paralyzed. Some one advised nic to talie "Fruit-a-Hves" aud at once I felt a great improvement. After I bad taken four or five boxes, I realized that I was completely cured and'what made ine glad, nlso, was that they were acting gently, causing no pain whatever to the bowels. All those who suffer with Chronic Constipation should follow my example and take II KruJt-a-tivea" for they are the t medicine that MAGtOIRE PAQUIN "Pruit-a-tivea" are sold by all dealers 500. a box, 6-for trial size, 250. or scut postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. OFFICER TELLS OF SLAUGHTER Ntfw York, N.Y., Oct. A. Elllcott Brown, U.S.A., who visited Ihe battlefield' of the Moiiux just after the fighting, reached New York today aupard the-steamship Miunetonka with u vivid description of the battlefield. So, great- bjid bean the carnage, ho said, that, within a radius tff GOO yards lie saw dead Germans. The bay- onet .charges of.the Allies, he said, were responsible'for the great slaugh- ter of German who were so Kirohgly; entrenched that they could be dislodged' in no other way. THAT BATHING INCIDENT A'boubthreo hundred1'of thq" Che- shires, without uuyoiio's permis- sion, daringly "wont bathing Iji tho llttlo river nortii of Mori's. ..They were In the middle of their splash- Ing'When swept a regiment o( Gormau hud iio time to but shlrqmering in the uniform, they wore born in, they made a great dash for rifles and 'bandoliers, and a heavy firo on the horsemen.. On tho Mono Bide, Ih the woods, wero tho 16th Hussars, waiting after a reconhaisancb to the east. .Thay hoard the firing aud dashed out at the charge. The naked-lines pf the Cheshlres ,opened up for them, and through the dragoons-rback and the British cavalry. Several.hundred Germans were killed; _an3'the British lost 11 dead and 15 Now the 15th and the. ChOBliIres wear a lit- tle fragment, of gray cloth pinned to their tunica aa a mem-' ento of Mons.T' J'inchcr Creek, Oct. 6, Pincher Creek is nothing, if'not generous, and Friday last was a "shell day to be long remembered. -The' Belgian Relief committee and assistants 'arc jubilant over the splendid re- sponse to the call for-clothing for the Belgians. Tho committee held a meeting on Wednesday morning :and ou'tlinc'd their camjraign. It was then noised around that the collection would.he made on Tridqj, Lebel and. Mr, "Tatum in onei car, T. Scott and Jackson in Another, made the., circuit of the How to Get Rid Of-Dyspepsia Don't Rely on Medicine; Don't Go'on Freak Diet; Common Sense and en Antacid Usunlly All Tltat Aft Needed you liavo dyspepsia, indigestion, sour stomach, belching, distress after eating, heartburn or any other stom- ach 'trouble due to hyperacidity (the usual cause of stomach you should tako no medicine to act unon tho stomach itself. That Is positively not tho way to cure the'lrouble. Again, you should not half starve yourself 'by going without the nutritious food that you need to rebuild waste tissues. Some foods are not good for people ;ven when In perfect rich, aweet, highly seasoned dishes. Avoid these, but eat fairly, substan- tial meals of'plain foods. Eat slowly. 3ven If you drlllk nothing- but water, you should, .not drink with meals. Drink before and after eating. Do not ake pepsin or other artificial dlgest- ints. If you follow the foregoing sim- ple Instructions It is probable that you will not need any medicine at all except, If you want to call it medi- cine, a little antacid after meals. The iest antacid is ordinary Msurattxl Tiagnesia, which can ibc purchased at my drug store. This is not to act upon the stomach ibut on the contents f the stomach. The antacid, as you an learn by consulting your diction- ry or encyclopedia, Is merely to nou- or counteract the excess acid the stomach can digest 'the food ormally. Take a tcaspoonful ot bi- urated magnesia In a little cold or ot water aftor each meal. You should et Immediate relief, even Jf your asc is severe. Careful, moderate eat- PRINCE CANTACUZENE Alde-de-Camp to. Grand Duke Nico- as, commander .in chief of the RUH- siau forces who lias been seriously vounded in battle. He married a srand-uaughter of U. S. Grant, late president of the United States, and is well known in America. is and the use of bisurated magnesia lould put your stomach in normal onditlon in a short time; If you have ot allowed dyspepsia to advance to le extreme stage of developing sto- iach ulcers. Kaiser Makes Changes in Staff London, Oct. Central News dispatch from Bordeaux aays that.'the following important changes in. the German army commands been announcer: General von Mogen replaces. General von Hlndenberg in East Prussia; General Ebarliardt be- comes military'governor of St'rasa- bure, capital of Alsace-Lorraine; General "von" G-erck is appointed governor of Ulm, 'Wurtembiira and General Ludingliauflen re- places General von Luclwald in command at t-own, gathering in boxes and parcels of various .viiapes and sizes. Mrs. Hinton, Sirs. Kemmisiand Mr. T. Morden sorted and packed, with the result that twenty-one largo packing cases and two barrels of real good clothing and boots were shipped to Calgary to he shipped with the big shipment from there on Monday the shipment being just a little late to catch the car going from Leth- hridge as was intended. It was esti- mated by those in a petition to know, that the shipment was easily up to -tllie mark. GEJWAN CITY BOMBARDED BY JAPS AND BRITISH There are few men 'who do not be- lieve, although they might blush to it, that .certain numbers bring them luck, while others are un- kind to tihera, and so it has always been ever since, in .the dim ages, 3, 7 and 10 were iheld to be sacred and fortunate numbers, 'while ti and 13 were with misfortune. And today, as when time .was young, 3 and 7 are still the luckiest all the numerals, while 13 is of as ill cmen as when it was the number of the guests at the last eupper. Belief: in the number 3 was almost a religion to Bismarck, for it ran like a vein of gold throug-h all h'ls zllng career. He served under three monarchs and in three great wars, and signed three treaties of peace. He was the father of the triple al- liance, and three names, and as many words in ftiis family motto, ''Strength in and ills three children, there waa' 110 period o? un- dertaking in his Ufo in which this "sacred" figure was not of the best omeirtG Mm. The figure 9 >haa played an equally prominent part in several royal lives, notably in those, of Queen Victoria, her daughter, the German Empress, and her grandson', the present Kaiser. Queen VictoriaVasifended the throua when-19 year's 8 3 was sqverign in j succession .after tilie revolution in 1688 The Princess, KoyaVmarried at 19 and King born on No- married in 8 9 and 6 V- .-Kaiser Wilheim was-bora in the fifty-ninth, year of the the 27th oCfjanuary-, en- army, in 1869, completed Jiis "That reminds in my side pocket you will find my ever-ready "first-aid" to enjoyment, WEARMJNK fresh and clean by the new air-tight, impurity-proof wrapper. It will moisten and soothe your mouth and throat away the parch caused by the dust I always carry it" Nobody can afford, to be without this economical, beneficial, appetizing, digestion-aiding, mint-flavored confection. It's the BIGGEST money's worth of enjoyment you can buy. Every package tightly sealed MADE Df CANADA Wm.Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., 7 Scott St., Toronto Look for the spear Chew it after every meal 6 university education in 1S79. and in 1881 (two February 27 (again ho married, The fatal number 13 ran through the wthole family of Richard Wagner, His very name letters. Ho- was born in (1 8 1 and at the sge of 13 helranslated the first 12 books of the Odyssey. Of Ills 13, chief works was completed April 13, and wast per- formed March 13, ISCIV He left Bay- European 8eetion of TSin6-Tau, near Kiau Chow winch is being bombardea by Japanese and BriUsl, TeuTh September IS 1S61, and :A. P. Wfllis, president'and general- ao effort to r i i Are YOD Sure of Your Baking Powder? Do you feel satisfied that the baking powder you are using is absolutely safe and certain? Have you read the label to see if it con- tains alum? Dr. Price's is free from alum or any doubtful or unwholesome ingredient. It is made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, pure and healthful, beyond any question. Sixty wars the standard i DR.PRICES _ CREAM BAKINGPOWDER Made from Cream of iTArtor No Alum J Febriiary-13, 1883, To, Nansen, tne exporer this fated number was Invariably pro- pitious On !his li famous polar trip ie.starteii on the 13 men on iboard, left her en--route for. the Pole March 13, 1895 aml'she, in turn, left the ice August 13, 189C The graphio Society's banquet at Edm burgb, at w3ilch he wua .entertalnec on return was the thirteenth an nivorsar> of the Society, and was held Febiuary 13, and in his speech tlio mentioned the curious fact that December 13, 33 puppies born on tihe for each mail1 on board. To Eniile Zola 17 was always number of ev'I so that years he could scarcely' be in- duced to .leave his house, and never undertook any important work on .hat daj of the month So pernicious yr did It footstepB that the narrowest escape he ever ihad from tragio death n as due to a cab which-bore the .number'he dreaded. nianager of Willis Co.;, piano manufacturers, is making bis first trans-Can ad ian trip in the interests of his firm, and Is in the city today, stay- ins: at the Aleiandra. The TCiltls factorv" is one of those Canadian, institutions that lias de- cided to keop the trade wheels mpv ing since war broke out, and with this object, in vle.'w, Mr, -Willis, although 79 years .of age, is-himself calling ou his--agents and getting- business to :eep the employees of the firm, in con- stant employment, .When the war ibrokft out, the Willis factory mana NERVOUS GEN, VON AUFFEN8URG Austrian Finds Health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Creston, "I Buffered with ft. male troubles from the time I eune into womanhood until I had taken Lydia E. Vegeta- ble Compound. I jvvould have pains if 'I orerworkedor lifted anything heavy, and I would be weak and ner- YOUJ and insomuch misery that I would prostrated. A Ifriend told me what ur medicine had done for her and I tried ib It made me strong and hejlthy ind our home is now happy with a baby boy. I am very glad that I took Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and do all I can to recommend Hn A. E. BOHCAMP, 604 E. Bawatd SUeet, Creston, lows. Tons of Roots and Herbs are used annually in the manufacture of Lydia E PmUiam'i Vegetable Com- pound, which is known from ocean to ocean ai the stiudard randy for I female ills. For f orty years thia famous root and fcerb medicine has been pre-eminently successful m controlling the dlieases of women Mcnt alono could haw ttoo4 this test of time. If you Iwrn the illghtMt tlint Lydia E. Plnkham'H ble Copipouud will help yarn, to Mc ger wrote asking would shut down the plant 4. meeting of the di- rectors was called, wiith, the result that Mr. Willis himself offered to go'ph. the road, and urge mined effort to keep their factory run- ning, and Air Willis has aiready se cured contracts for seveial car loads of piaubs in the west Mr. Willis is of the opinion ttiat the est will er from the "war depres Elon'sooner than the east, for'the rea- son that agricultural products are .ad vantageous-iy affected" rather than, harmed by tie war, wJille tile demand tor city products is liliely off. Mr Willis spoKe of the loyalty of Canadian in. th.eir ef forta to keep the wheels oftcQirimerce olving, and so provide a source Cor the payment of the gifts that the Fed- eral and .Provincial governments, cit- ies, and Individual? are loyal'y mak- ing for patriotic and relief purposes, Mr Willis does not think that the wai wiP last long, aud expects good times subsequent to the declaration o peace Mr Willjs ias spent fifty rears in the piano business, and is teener mentally and eicallv than many a man. a quarter of a century-voungei On this trip he is showing his ability to get the business, which Is the final teat of a man a worth, ia this ase of competition H C C Salmon is the local agent :or the Willis Co. Mrs. Jos. Brault, a resident of Gran- brook for la K. Nakamura, a Japanese civil en- gineer in the service of the South- Manchuria railway, who is on a tour of the world, absorbing Information on railway matters, completed a trip over the CJ. T. R. system recently. When you Want to Laugh-Eat! And If You Want to Eat. Without Food Fears Take ft Stuart's pepaia Tablet After Each Meal. (Laughter, smiles and mirth never go with a "caved-ia" stomtch. Fancy 1 u g h i n g There is always feeling that a sick stomach fc nothing to be mirthful rice. Yonr letter opened, read nnd answered by a wonaus. iuu u weft LT. COM. FRED W. LAW Wno is in charge of the Canadian cpdeti-on H.M.S.'Berwick, the cruiser sank the'German vessel Speed- wall in the North Atlantic recently. He was formerly icnior lieutenant on the Ntobe Ho Is a Canadian iby 'birth, educated in England, "My old grouchy diyi are funny to me now." _ Just make up your" mind to help nature help herself Give your body chance to make good. Heal the raw etfges ot your stomach and give rour blood the tools to make, dlgcs- ive fluids with. There is only one way to make the body it the cfcanue to make taelf well Harmful and strong medi- cines handicap the system. Stuart's Tablets go into the stomach lust like food. They art dissolved and strengthen the weak- ened juices ot the digestive apparatus until the diges'ion is made normal There Is nothing mysterious or magical about them Science has proved; that certain ingredients make up the digestive Juices Stuart's Bys- pepsia Tablets are those .concentrated is all tliure is to it. Me grain of a certain ingredient con. tained' In-Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets n ill digest grains of food. This illustrates how you aid nature to re- store her worn-out materials. When a stomach which is filled with food recehes a Stuaits Dyspepsia Tablet, t Is more able to disrp't fo food t uould be without it Vork not so hard nor the task so long. When the meal is finally asslm- lated the entire system absorbs more nourishment, and harmful food effects are eliminated easily, quickly end vith fhe maximum of benefit. Bvery drug store carries Stuart's )yspopsia TableU, To anyone wish- ng a free trial of these pleaw ddrass F. A Stuart Co, Stuart BWg, Marshall, Mich, and a wmple package wjll be ;