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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOIJKR 7, THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACiE NINE In Your-Territory? The demand is here and must be supplied. .We help you .with', our big advertising campaign. People are enthused over this musical novation.' Sales' possibilities are immense.- Our. arrangements are liberal. .You must act promptly as territory is being rapidly taken up. Write or wire. Pltiyt' Air Standard Records COMPANY OF CANADA 59 Yonj. Street TORONTO AUTOINTOXICATION i The Dangerous Condition Which' Produces Many Known Diteues. HOWTQ60ABDAGAINST THIS TROUBLE Raymond, Oct. 6, 1010. Editor Lothbrldge llorald: Dear story published In I last night's Herald under a Calgary Idaie line and headod, "Hay Knight Friitt will Prol.il You 'Autointoxication means self-poison- ing, caused by continuous or partial constipation, or insufficient action of the bowels. Instead of the refuse matter passing ail- from the body, it is absorbed by the blood. Asa result, ihe Kidneys and Skin are overworked, in their efforts to rid the blood of this poisoning. Poisoning of lite bloodin this utayolica causes Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Disturbed Stomach. It may pro- duce Headaches and Sleeplessness, ft may irritate the Kidneys and bring on Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Gout, and nheumaUo i'ains. It is the chief cause of keeps ike whole absorp- tion into the blood of this refuse matter. "Fruit-a-tivcs'' will always cure Antc- or self-poisoning as t Fruit-a-tivcs acts gently on bowels, I kidneys and .--Wo, strengthens the bowels and tones up the nervoussyslcm. DOc. a box, 6 for trial size, 25c. At all sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. The Raymond people arc justly In- dignant at the contents of the slory as it Is a malicious libel on the com- Imunlly, especially on tho women. I If ilay Knight made the statements [credited to him by the author of Ihe Calgary report he has done this dls trlct and its people an Irretrievable injury. Your correspondent cannot believe that 'Mr. Knight made such assertion's. It is preposterous. We cannot accept it until interviewing Mr. Knight himself. The writer kjibws exactly where the In the office of a leadlne Calgary dally, and that pr.pcr will be called to account In due time That la waB calculated to reflect igno minlously oil the Ideals and charactei of this comnjunlty IB only too obvious In an effort' to be smart the write descended to the slime of slander. I this Is' gpod journalism, Lord have mercy on the profession. The tone of the article is mean. Wit! vile sarcasm inault after iusult is pil womanhood of the Raymond district.' They, 'are even classed be- low the Orientals. That It is as false as the motive "was base, need not be mentioned. Not one instance can he cited where an English-speaking woman of this community has worked In the sugar beet fields. But not is it an insult to the NEWSPAPERS FACE A SITUATION. CUT GUMS V Evangelist's Method of Imptess ing His Youthful Auditois of Breaking Commandments. beautiful cut slass Vases rested on the pulpit Instead of customary bible in the Saturday afternoon when Oilly Sunday faced ;hfs congregation of nearly 21, 2QO school" .children. The service had lieen set aside by-thc }ally tor children Sunday narrated a story of a hoy who wnn told by his mother one Sumlis morn ng to difss and go to 1 Sabbath school.- The boy did, and e n-arp et m Ins pocket so tlut hi, uoum thain while he 10 School He met a IMEI. boj i ho enticed him irto a game 'caifsliig tho -little fellow 'ilie lati- clasii Then tho little loitered around the church-iintll Slllldav School was dismissed. Because Ije. placed the marbles in- his pocket; illoyed marbles or had a figiffwlth the older iioi his Qlothesi failed to at- tend school and lied'to.hiH mother on rettn" ng home he bloke five of the tea commandments, thev" evangelist es- timited To lllustinto tho significance of breaking ft commandment to the children, the evangelist raised ono of the expensive in his hand and likened" It fff'the first com- niandment. hammer and shattered the vase' wltlrons blow. He then explained the four other coni mandments that had been broken by a ittle boy, and shattered a vase' to 1m- jress his young auditors'. As Billy Sunday raised his hammer to break 'a vase, a sliou'- went up from the children at the ruthless destruction of, the .glassware the evangelist explained that .the vases were not, as beautiful as the commandments, and tljat. every time a person broke one of God's.ten com mandments, he shattered something far more'beautiful and expensive than a yasei'created by. Man Tho Solvay Process" Company, of announces that Brunner-, llond, Canada, Limited, is about to be organized in Canada for the purpose of erecting a soda ash plant at Ani- herstburg, Ont. The Brunner-Mond Corporation Is the English, branch of the soda ash industry, which originat- ed with Ernst and Alfred Solvay, of Brussels, Belgium. It will have an authorized capital stock of women' but it'is'an insult to the men SERIOUS I jig and tjiey were not reluctant I in resenting contemptible slur BOW I A Y JLJL TOOTH PASTE iMnk the ROYAL VINOLIA articles are splendid and shall always use ihem. I am particularly dellahted with ROYALlyiNOLTA TOOTH PASTE." Mill PhjrlUi Neilion. Terry's experience is umveriel arid1 may well be youre too. Druggists and Stores (Simeoe Reformer) A situation that promises to da- velop into a serious affair for the publishers of newspapers, is fast approaching an acute state in Can- ada'. It concerns the supply of: white piper never been a, dlfl- pOBitiOn on the part of ihe Canad- publlsherj.'to make much of a uiu.'it out of 'the subscription end at- their business, in fact, in many cases the paper, as far as the stock consumed in-it is concerned, is Bold at a dead loss, even when passed out [or one cent., tho advertisers making up the difference by their patronage. for a yearly supply of news print, such as have been.made in the past by publishers with tie mills, aw.'npt renewed', even present impossible Recognition of the Mason and Risch Piano PB si measure of qmlitj ii of piano In-toy, the name 1ms been iamon" long that the mind ot man iiinnoth not to the contraij When you bin i Alasoii .V Bi'ch Piano 01 Pmno Plajei you run no risk suall cn-.li takes one to your home; rnonthli ]Jart merit- foi the bnlance will he ar- rangecl to meet Best for Liver and Bowejii, for Bilious- ness, Sour Stomach an? tlpation.''-, Get a 10-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad IndiKes- tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- aches come from a to'rnid ..liver and clogged howels, which'- cause your stomach to become filled with undi- igestod food, which sours, and fennenls ike garbage in a swill barrel. That's he first step to untold ligestion, foul gases, bad: breath, yel- ow skin, mental fears, everything ttyat s horrible and nauseating.'A Cascaret onight will give your' 'qonstlpated bowels a. thorough cleansing' arid straighten you out by morning. They work while you 10-cent box from your druggist will keep you feei- ng good for months. Millions of men and wotaen take a Cascaret now and then to keep their stomach, liver and regulated, and never knpwt a miserable moment. Don't forget the little inaidea need a ;ood, gentle cleansing, i, Mason Risch, Balmoral 5th Sh, S. LtthbrMge all, so uncertain is the situation The depletion in the supply of pulp wood is the main cause contributing to the situation. It is not that the sun- ply is running out, or even threaten- ing to do so7but simply that there are net the men available to send into ihe woods.to. cut the tiinber. These men in comitkpn, with thousands of others, are fighting Hermans this year, and their absence from the pulp wood forests is creating a shortage :hat it Is impossible to overcome. Cer- 'aiuly the shortage of pulpwood is roing to be very acute, and will be felt o a great extent for the next twelve months and perhaps longer Prices are advancing so that, at Jacksonboro, a station, near Cochrane, peeled spruce two feat long, is selling for a cord f.o.b. earn, and is being shipped to Wisconsin. This wood will cost when delivered there ?17 and a cord, where in the past they have -been in: the habit of getting delivered to them for ?12 and J14 a cord. -The lumber-companies also claim that the offer of higher wages is no uje in attracting .men. Ammunition factories, by reason of the prices they were receiving, have been able to set a fabulous scale for labor. The result is' that every other industry has been brought more or less into cqmpetition with this figure. Wages ottered now for men for the lumber camps are-in. some cases 100- per cent higher than they were a year ago, and still the companies say the men are not forthcoming. Newspapers have not been quick to pass on the Increase to the to work along as lonj; as possible at the old fate. But new paper prices are going to mean an increase in paper 'bills to all publishers that higher prices for subscriptions cannot be held back! much longer. when 'interviewed 'this morning by your correspondent. Following are the comments of a few prominent citizens: Bishop Allred: "I cannot be- lieve Mr. Ifnisht niade such state- ments. They are false and should be renu4tated. A. terrible in- jury hit 4ontl this community." Mayor T. 1. CVBrlec: "Anyone who would statements needs his hea4 riila's. That It, is an Insult is putting'It1 lightly. You can say, by thfl'Tfrayj that we can show a patch of today' in Raymond that can- not be' flurpassed anywhere In the world and they not cultivated by either." Bishop J. W" Evans: "Rotten. That is the best word I can think, of to ex- plain my feelings. It is the worst knock 'Southern Alberta ever receiv- ie't-a conlraijt at Od. .And wliy the royal commission j side oT: the ques GENERAL BOTHA IS STERNLY RESOLUTE How determined and resolute Gen-. eral .peMs'llIustrated by a lory which Mr.'Harold Spender tells n his life of the South African oldier During the later stages of he South African" war Mrs. Botha pared no efforts in her role of peace- naker. General Botha, however, was lot always in_ the mood to listen to peace talk, and, indeed, there were moments when he .by no means wel- omed Mrs. Botha as a messonger of iace. "On one occasion Mrs, Botha had ravelled for three days to reach her ausband -with a new suggestion from he British headquarters. Arriving n the Republican lines, she asked hat her presence should be reported o the general. At ilrst they did not mow where to flnd Botha, but at last le was found walking up and down in some agitation'. Faced by his wife. tion ine.'f Your correspondent endeavored to see Jlr, hut he was unable Everywhere oa.8 hears the statement made that Mr. Knight must ad mit that verdict of the people was that sugar beets could be profit ably raised Jin '-Alberts, and that the coinpaijy siju't dpwn just when the in- :on''ths threshold of suc- JSS. Trusting this wM! receive the same promljie'wie did the story in ques- Yours truly, P. C. Steele. lie said to her, instantly: 'You must leave me.' He had just arranged a. battle. 'You must get hack as soon as you he said. T am blowing up the line.' "She had only gone a few mllee when the shrapnel fell all around her. She came back into the British lines and reported herself to tho British general, who had let her through. He told her to get back to Pretoria. 'But my husband is going to. blow up the she remarked. 'He "Won't blow it up if you are on replied tho British general, with some plaus- ibility; and so she went. "She travelled in a train full of soldiers; but her presence on the train did not change her husband's Spartan purpose. The line was blown up and the train stopped. The sol- diers marched off, Mrs. Botha and a companion were left for three days with the engine driver and the stok- wise mothers should keep a tin of Foster-Back Co. Limited Nothing kpown to the scientific world that compares with Mecca Oinjment as a healing compound for cuts, burns, blood poison and. all skin troubles. JSe., J6f J. D. HIOlNBOTHAM CO. KENNY LTD. "Mecca" Ointment in the house Toronto, Ont. JACKSON CO. WM. H. McCAFFERVj PROMINENT OTTAWA .CITIZEN DIES Ottawa, Oct. Quain, a director of the Ottawa Electric Rail way company and the Ottawa Car com pany, died suddenly this afternoon. He was. in his 57th year. The Fast Load for Ducks When the good shot of the i'ou want to be con- fident that your shot shells gfe -that they will back up your aim and do part to fill your game bag. Cariiuc k ipeedttlt of ill shot jives you real confidence and eliminates all worries. The the powerful and the response to the fusraolee iitiifactiim. Tkut it no "aislit bitn" wilb Dominioi Shot Sbclli. and Gnwn nit tuted lad D! kaomt Write loigsy for our Ckip ol the Old Block." Dominion Cartridge Co.. B it Cuac, Dominion! SHOE POLISHES your shots neat J. f. DAUIT. Ct ;