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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 When you MAYOR TELLS BUSINESS MEN are ready ABOUT THE CIVIC FINANCING inaJ port- Iii 1 Continued rule aspects of municipal government, and II It did this, in my humble opinion tbe sacrifice would le too Rreat. i Without turllier discussinj the pros and cons ol the The character ol bond-s fund or installment, etc. C. The depreciation fund. 7- The raancer io which the Ing it any, is controlled vour a marie-el street apparel or aay oilier cos- tume you prefer, Just come to us j scheme, ar.d as there may fce OF IHE HEW and be getting suie of photographs of quality up-to- every a ucl are dale In particular use true artistic skill In posing, finishing and mounting photo- graphs la the lat- est a'p proved styles. dlate conditions that will requite the applicat'on of some v.'eli-JffineJ lorm- tila, we thiut It well to nuicvr present conditions pud the remedy. It is a known lact that there are two borrowing retirements Total .assessment. 9. Rateable assessment. 10. Oross debt, Including unsold iij ruijtemplaled issuer of 11. Total waterworks' 12. Total fleetric debt. 13. Total street railway debt. municipal government, viz.. borrow-! 14. '.Surplus or deilclt on each or log era current account ar.d 'borrow- all public utilities, ing on capital account. These are 15. 'Genera! abd local improvement wisely hemmed in by limitations, debt. specified ia each individual (barter, 1C. llevnue afid expenditure, for which have been largely copied Irom the past Ontario, where the gradual growth 17. Tav rates. from a small to a large populations 18; Bond Interest and sinking.find has de> a wise iveloped the principles through j under-' each hfadins separately'.' s school ol experimentation.. 19.' Census-population. lowever, it has teen'discovered that 29.' Ksiisisted increase .the hose powers jiiay be too large lot crusus. apidly'growing cities in the West. 21. VAniount on' nasmuch as those borrowing powers, mar'ael of old and r.ew issues. larliculaily witli icspect to capital 'above a clear account, allow a larger bonded in- of how 'horuugh the rkbledness than the money lenders he, there ate many other points that hint, wise, to ghe the necessary SB- require explanation or that have'not to investment. THt: CITY'S i'Offimd COMMITTEE REPRESENTATIVE blTKENS WHO WILL DE- OF TION '.At.Xtie BpSTci qf Traile luncheon to- tho sub-committee formed to strike-- the 'Ctinaoian peace centen- ary association committee reported as follows, the report being adopted: W. U JInrdte and ComnMssiqner J. Tracy. Board of Trade-rF. W Downer ani J. W.- .Ba.wd.eit. School P. Wallace and J D.-Hlglnuotbab. Separate School Lloyd tad T. D. Kevin Senator House ol A. Ilucban- .an. prehend the borrowing powers of our with an authentic population of charter, we have made esctrpts and a bonded indebtedness" ol last In order that you may lully com been presented to my this moment. In this connection assuming 'a cUy Provincial J. S .Stew art. A. Hamilton, C. B. Jen- B. Brandow nnd J. B. Hodg- son MoMlt- Ion. Cobbledlck, Rosenthal; Green and Bryan. J. 0! Wilson. Oalbrallh: F: P Conyhcare n.'-Tinning; K' Eton. J. Irvine. Clubs and .T. F. "Thos. Fred YV. Alfords; W. Stevca; Maj. Hurnett. t and give them here: "The amount of debenture of the city at nny- time, outstand- ing shall not, after tleductiog the amount issued for income-bearing public owned by thp city, exceed twenty'rerccntum of the assessed value of all assessable property in the city according to the last, revised assessment roll." Title XXV., Clause 3. "The council shall, in each year assess and on {he whole rate- able property within its jurisdic- tion a sufficient sura to pay all ralid debts ol the- city falling due within the making due al- lowances for tie.cost of collec- tion and the abatement and Joss- es which may occur in the collec- tion thereof, but tlip Council shall not levy in any one year more than an" aggregate rate oi'two cents on the' dollar, exclusive of school .rates and local improve- upon .the' total value ol the assessable properly within the city, according to the last re- vised assessment roll thereof." Title XXjA. Clause 1. L'Tho amount so borrowed shall not'cxceed eighty- perccntum ol the estimated amount of the fax- "es and other revenue 'of the. city 'for the then current year and if :lhe council.authorizes the lorrow- 'ing 'of sum than the .amount aforesaid every member of.the council who votes therefor shall le- disqualified from holding any municipal office for two Title XXLX, Clause 8. NEVER SOLD DIRECT When the bonds-or uiunicipal se- subdividing into fieneral Utilities Total and subdividing the utilities .ntb Revenue producing Deficit producing E. AflM8TRONO, Jlr 18th 6t MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 1MK St. S........................... MISS CLAKA BJORKBLADE, 1230 5th Ave. J................. MR3. C. E. CRABS. U41 5lh Ave. A MR. WALTER DULMAQE, Bow MR. CLAUDE A. FERGUSON, Cjrdlton, MR. C. W. K. HOLT, 930 11lh St. "The Olrl Never 'a H. HINDLEY, j Chame' was the subject ot au elo- j quent appeal from Mies Yeomans, of j tbe Neglected and Dcllmiuer.t Cliild- MISB EVA HUTTON, 814 6th MR..WM. ISAAC, Noble, AIU.. MISS HELEN LEE, 208 5th Avo. 8 MERLE LEFFINOWELL, Milk River, A1U...J MJSS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 6th Ave. S 16.000 8.000 AN INDUCEMENT. From the Boston' Transcript. WKe: 1 wish, Harry, you'd get me a nice clock for -my. room.' But t can't If will, I'll ret 11-nacK two -hours tno evening you go to Uie club. Fail'And Winter Excursions Total it does not take a great deal of men tal pi-ertion to figure out tbtit th valrc ol new Lends .en tha te greater than any ecorl i per cent, industrial security ttat ca be bought at- SO, or less if vieu-tM aJtcfietbcr from an eastern Or nM set- tlement basis, but as has been point- j ed out before, some consideration is givfii tov a new last west and the op- 1 limistic (-pirit that prevails In'acom- 1 irtunily cpmposstl-hearly ol joung the pioportion of "the population of hiea over filly years of age being small indeed. BHpKEIl'S INSTINCT The "American bond market "Judg- ment" is less lenient than the l.on- don market willi the per capita! debt inasmuch as the A met i- I can market is. not disposed to take eVen the profit-mating.utilities out of the per capita.debt, while .the London market seems to. he willing to credit profit-earning utilities thafsre en a basis but severely "mouH ficit producing utilities in e'i'ery case and accentuate the period .01 tirr.o that such dcficit-maUn'g utilities 'are likely to ccrilinue and. place thcm-in j the position ul a continuous menace MISS MAYME McMAHON, Birom, AIU.................. -MISS MARY MCDONALD, BUlrmore, Altl............. MR. WALTER OBORNE, Ittth St. MISB JEAN PATTEH60N, 650 ..MISS VESTA PICKEL, 13126th Ave. 3................ PIPES, 414 'MR. EDWARD READ, Pincher'stallon, MliB F.TKEL L. RAMSAY.'st. Kllda, MRS.' L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, 8.500 MjSS ETHEL SAUNDEBS, 623 U-th MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank, MISS.FLORENCE SHAND, 343 ISth St. N.....'................. 11.000 MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Cranbroo'K, B. C. 5000 (AlSS TELFER, Fernle, B. C. MISS BELLA, THOMPSON, Elko, MR. HERSCHEL VAN ORMAN, Tiber, Alia.................. department. In a btirrlng address delivered at tbe Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. The ot II was thai; owing to short notice, the attendance -ft'as not nearly as large as it should have been, as the address merited Ihe presence of every woman In the city. Miss Yeoraans will probably be Induced lo return at some.later date, when she will, no do'jbt, be greeted bv a large audience. A synopsis ot Miss Yeoman's-ad- dress follows: Miss Yeomans explain- ed Hie absolute duty of teaching sex hygiene to children by their parents and not by teachers. Alberts First The department has been Instituted for live years, and Mr. It D. Crmdwlcfc s superintendent. All-erta 6'ar.ds irst In the Dominion In the matter of he child's protection. was the first province to appoint local probation of- a. There Is now a central staff of thirteen, with four Inspectors, who nvestigate cases, warn parents, re- m'ovo children from their care, IE ne- cessary, etc. Juvenile Courts MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 8th St. S.............'.1. continue to be made under our pres-j cut local improvement system. oulil very simple manner of g over expciiditures and ing1 the responsibility mote'largely me to ouisflves, inasmuch as the ices secured tor would nstantly before us Lcloie the nionfty as spent, but the money could not expended before it was received. [ri conclusion, I might remark that hayfc'.made a "point to inu.uiire m MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL TEUTONIC Oct. 18 LAUREHT'IC Ocl 25 CANADA Nov. HEGANTIC Nov. curities of any kind are pressntcd for ter into the consideration, in -the sale they are sold directly'to. very fact that'in most cities of. any tho investor, excepting ol course the proprietorship 6'i fz banking fiscal three is eagerly sought by cities who and even ho tbe franchise away said lo apply, but to .bond houses.. they ate. revenrc makers, and on the Whether sold .through a fiscal .i--eat. other the present'owners are bond rules as' very reluctant to give up .the fran lo the value cf 'the investment n.ust chise and seem to be more to bo .the further adrlili.n give, a.larscr percentage ol .flit pro- of the personal equation of Ihc fits to retain the control. tho bonds or other, securi-j However, the other argument ties. This personal 'equation resolves used and force, lha ilsjlf into ''an indefinable ciuality publicly owned utilities are.rarely i which might termed intuitive ever 40 economically managed as knowledge ol-values, either liy birth- vately owned utilities because of th right of long in comparing many political influences that ente the-values of securities _ar.d the lun- into public ownership. damen.tals' that have proven Hut, at the. same tjme, untM th true to the investor, eliminating 'al- men who control the- money are will most entirely, or as nearl) 'so" as fng to accept the public.owned uti possible, the element- ol risk, 01 >ly theory and form a basis of fai Cfijrse we all know that no invest- measurement of values, the bond ae! menl can he entirely divested of risk, cr is in the position that he must b financiers of the.largest ex.pericr.c3 guided by the- bond marVets1 prescn have recognized the fact that the method of valuation, rapid development ol-.a new country SAFKGl'AHDING CITY and the last West of Irco homesteads, We have made somen-hat of a 'th' .like Western Canada, require.; a brg- oreiical digression In cider'to lea gler margin of confiiierjce that the old- up to our idea best the city1 TEUTONIC Nov. 15 LAURENTUC Nov 22 CHRISTMAS 'SAILINGS -From From Portland Halifsx Nov. 29 Dsc. 6 Dec. 13 Nov. !0 Dee. 7 Dec. 14 CANADA MEGANTIC TEUtONfC'.'.. White Stay.Line Xovi 20 Cedric, Dec. 4 Baltic, Dec. 11 "Celtic Southampton, Plymouth lonl, fl Ions N'ov. and Tlcc. 13. MAJESTIC Kov. 2C. OCEANIC Dec. 6 New. York, Dec. 12. Boston, Queertstc-n, Liverpool Nov.. IS and Dec. 15 Arabic He Laurc-nllo and Megantlc are tho largest in the Canadian TMde and embody all the comforts and luxurks of up-todate. travel. The Teutonic, Arabic are Onc-Cfass Cabin Ships oh which passengers -base tho hesl ae- commodalions Second Class rates. ftpd economy 'com- bined.- For Hates, Other Sailings, Illustrat- ed Booklets, apply io nearest rail. way or Sifflmphlrr agent 'or write, W. M. McLEOp. Caniilan Passenger ApVnt. 333 Main St.- Winnipeg LOCAL AGENTS I. a. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT AND H. McBETH. Ask about 'our Nino Cruises to Pan oma Canal and West' Indica, or Medlt- cn.inean Crlusuo lo the Hlvlcra, Italy cr communities which have fixed con- interest can be snfely euarded agains ditloris and -a relatively" 'small and Hie over-borrowing that deprKiatc gradual growth. -This has bcc-i riven the value pt the bonds on .the mone ralber freely along certain lines to market. But before proceeding, le the detriment ol ,the material pro- me say in'ijcstern towns il may b ;ress' of our west, and-whrn the re- necessary to borrow largely .enout action cauic, as It had to, it touched to Heprfeiate the price ol the city us at the wrong time, and in' many bonds on'thc money marketed sti cases it has been a severe hlpw that bo business and in- the inlcres ias caused a. lot. ol -worry and' anx- of ihe city. For Instance, it migh cty, without, however, dcslroyinj or he of x very material interest to even diminishing our conffclfncc' in city to go'on with improvements I ourselves, o'ir city, or our country. dull'timP-5 when rates oi wages, ma from the personal equation Icrials, etc., mieht te lower and en inoltrn of before, all responsible fin-, ploymcnl given to citizens who wpul nnclal men or firms apply practically otherwise cither have to leave tow the same rules or. formula In deter- or be in very straightened clrcum mining the value ol securities. The stances. formula may place securities in Ibe None ol the above contingencies first, second, third or lower classes any way effect the following as compared with a first class stainl- Iri order to maintain HID credit o nrd, or they may at 6nce determine the city at any standard It Seen tho present worth pi His security nf proper, it shouli be possible to bo tbe investor" the intermediary; and expenses at- tached closely do these formula1 jipply.jin alt cases that- peer's dcalinr. in'tWiis might he said to be en famine. commission to row money on Ihc general credit the city on debentures' Issued belor the prucfcded. with. In Ih way, no deal will he incurred will place the city. In a rosltiori t-ha the hond buyer can sittecre the cil ._ accepting n'lowf'r price than H might he C'lumcratesome wants lo take.' To maitc this elti el the data cmplpyid in these calcula- the charter would have to 1 (chsnecd (o tr.e city theVener 1. The per c.-ijiila debt. This nnwrr witli dehr.itn i ways he verified. Istructions thai the money should 3. ol general debenture'spent on the Improvement specill. debt 16 assessment. 3. Perccntum .ol net debenture rieht. (Thfs excludes fMic utilities that nre on a prolH hr-aring 4. T'ir nature ci the security which the bond is issued, and a strict accounting lept of" t same, so that the local.iinprovtraf would he, as now, a (lefmllc sccurj (or the portion ol the ibtendiifc'-I on sue wns mide lor local improv and that the! rnltb Nearly .a Full Attendance (Continued From Krcnt The on this subject pro- Veti to be very interesting and w the means pf uncovering many rrc leras met by'teachers in-rural co ath from interested and disinterest-: muniUes In. the eslabllshment of. parties whether publicity ol a library suitable" lo the special ne-Is ty's financial affairs anil il a of the pupils. Inspectors C. reciated'sale had' prejudicial elfectjof Macleod and J. Morgan of Lfth i the. sale of new issues and" in ev- bridge voiced their opinions on tl.c y case competeht sovioe has been the former explaining ?.1fl Riatfrnents, no! wcio'iis the scllboi grants ordiu- atter.from what source, were al-iahco. Grants are maile accordinr; to ays the best policy. In any case, a ns nporicJ ith real practical-bond-buyers it is Kj. .inspector and Include -Hie ,e summation.of the data alonme.n-'iondUloii -ard appcarance: of' the Boys and girls como .Into the. de- partmcnfn charge through tho juven- ile courts, escepl the very little ones. Usually a minister presides, and only the actually Interested parties are al- lowed In. Reporters obtain informa- tion through the department, not through .attending court, and in no case is Ihe name of the delinquent published. Girls' Club Needed Jackson Kdmon'on, and To your Thanksgiving Dinner iuccotfuli buy your meat here. It It specially selected for that gfad occailon. CHOICE TUKKKYS, CHICKENS, ETC. THE LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop. MnjMtlc Theatre Block. Mrs. Ilasnall. In Canary, do aplcndid f everything is certain to be In older by Thursday evening when the grand ball will he held in the beautifully I decorated gymnasium. This'is the dea because if they can get'an Eighty per cent T the'; haul ini0' H.cenia. i a day and a grfcftt many are almost un- Quent, ,io have W granti and no'lla- animoys verdict is- thit division in Sansom emphasiEed.the ouncils has the.Rreatcst depreciating of tcepinj the. grounds and ffec-t on the market value ol bonds.! lulWInp In good condition. In that it ccause it indicates that good sound not'.only encourage more care and sense is not governing'.- the. served to improve the ity's finance, but personal'Interests condition of .the school with a..library nd prejudices are acting against.the as a rownrd for'efficiency. ity's best interest, and are bo'JOd'tn .Mr. Morgan; loolc up the aifBculties e'ad it into cliannels the bor.d In ge'ttSng suitable booVs" and coiislder- I'arliets will not trust.. ,j ed tbe grants mis-spent unless hoolvs If ihis.short address will stimulate' that were readable, aad which suited 'ou. to a greater isiudy and a desire tho needs pt'each school wore provld- or a.better appreciation ol each jn- cd. [vlrtual's. responsibility' towards the i city, it shall not inartce ol bcni in vain. Straw Illustrate Ballot fContmucd Irora Bismarli 10 Laurier I? 25 No one hud plumped so-there were still 28 bal.lo.fs in the count. Lauricr voles, and liad more lhan 15; is popular choice o! tiie voters. Sec- ond third him nine more votes than on .first choice. Eight voters preferred him to Uismark so tlml'Lanricr was declared the choice of the. Curling Club.'' Robinson slateJ this morning that he was prepared to attend tiny meeting and tnVc straw ballots so that electors will get.acquainted not only with the ballot rarer but also with method o! counting.1 TL0 gathering was representative of have Southern Alberta, and doubtless much good will resutl. Afternoon Stulon .The afternoon session was taken up with the consideration of agriculture. BS part of the public school curric- ulum. From the Madeod district, which Includes schools south to Cardston west to fjoleman and north to Clares- hoim, fifty-seven delegates "registered this'mo.-ning, there being 102. from Ihe' LethbrldKe district. The exhibits In domestic sclonce ivo'rk local probation offic-ers, 'and such an officer would be able to ac- complish much In Lelhbrldge, end co'Jld .lead.iri'the establishment of a girls' club. The Idea of these clubs is to-urovlde suitable entertainment and benefit, such as physical culture exer- cises, nature oy local phy. lans, etc. Three things which ep a girl straight aro right ehvlron- ent, a proper ideal and a love of na- re. Dancing appears necessary as recreation, so the dance hall should Bupervtsea, and the low. ones dean- dances belnjnjsfep Bill' The lack of suttablo ardlbg houses Is dcplorahlo. For the'rairlt'- An elociueiit appeal lo.housewives id mothers-followed; lo-open their jmea to' tile girls, whom tho depart- ent is trying to benefit, riot as, ordiii' ry maids only. but. to give them rlshl ivironmenL risht examples nnd sym- ithetlo Intjuence, and thus cheer without the spirit of pat- They afe'vvhat they.are, be- liise they, never had a .'At the Central .School'.I- Miss Yeomans'atldrcssed tlio B'rls Iho Central school in the afternoon, vlng them the plain unvarnished ilh regarding matters pertaining to heir own welfare. '__' Nurtlng Million and Civic Club In the evening Miss Yeomans spoke j the girls at the OMldrcn's' Shelter ntll eight o'clort-. and then met a re- resentative delegation ot the NurBtng __ and Women's Civic club, at he liome of Mrs. A, B. Stafford, out nlng uome Important phases of her lost necessary work. bal] Qf year and .the students" are throbbing manual training, penmanship, draw Ing, painting and nature study were o exceptional merit, find included the best from the entire district, Health Officer's Report Shows Gives Up Hope Because of Drink The rl.-tnlc bBblt is a discouraging habit both to thb drinker and to the drinkers' Drinking men pro- mlao''themselves nnd.thtir familfea they -.will slop drinking, tut always fall, to'do so, the craving 'ori.drink Is stronger" than the will- power, to resist. It you lire discour- aged' -by reiJC.C.eiJ failures to stop dri.n'Klng, Investigate tho Neal Urtnk liabtt Treatment which Is fi.suro harnskss remedy that re- :aoves the craving for drink In three days'without thb .use ol hypodermic injections. Call, .or phor.o for lull particulars. Get bur proofs that tho.Neil Treatment will make you a sober mp.n. NEAL INSTITUTE, Ave. Caljary ThoneW. 4525 (Continued From Fionl Page) Pyle T 20 16 2t IS 23 19 19 16 buUeririck 23 19 17 16 Rewlli of Tells for Scdmenl and Bi terfat sediment test consists o forcing one pjnt of milk through a fi tor also ono inch In diarr.pter.-. TV. disc- retains tho dirt nnd Is preserve fov future comparisons, IHillc f! ...4.8? ....4.65! Chimbera Enrlghl Peltier Walt..... Watson Tyle Cox Sediment Good... Good... Fair... Fnlr... Gaod.., Lelhbrldgc Creamery Fair--. Chalney k Qattrell. Motn Fair... Poor. ...4.6' ...4.6' ...4.4' ...4.3' ...4.0' ,..4.C ...4.0 ...4.0 SUCCUMBS TO ACCIDENT Rcgjna, Sask., Oct. Si: rnong-dlcd this rooiDing In tho loc hospllfll flA the result of a broken ha received In ati accident on Suturday, with.delight in anticipation of the big All day Friday the festivi- ties will be in progress.. A fas pro- gram, games, 'oik dances and a hoEt of other modes of amusement will bo tbe order ol the day. and all who. attend are gu'afameed the time of their, lives. President UramwcliV alert eye and versatile brain aro at a high pitch, so that none'need Tear that the prorram wjll "suffer for want oi originality.' People's Forum LflilGE HI: SUPPORT THE VISITORS Editor of The Herald: nfcsjderit of the Lcthnrldgc Amateur Operatic spciets', I 'wo'iiM like, through the medium of nlttns, to ask-all of on'r members'who can 'make it convenient to do so to at- tend one of the performances' to be given in" the Majestic Theatre ou Fri- day and Saturday evenings by the Am- ateur Minstrel Co. frotn Medicine Hat. It is the hope that this.season we shall he able to pay Medicine. Hat a visit with "San and as Ihey al- ready- Intimated through Mr. Graham, manager of thehr organization, that we may be assured of a warm wel- come, It Is Only ImniMnlnr, nn nn.. that we give this amateur .company the glad hand, and eEULhlfPh an en- tente cordinle in ft mueical direction between the two Thanking you n anticipation, G. W. ROBINSON, President Lethbridgo Amateur Operatic society. KBmontnn, OcL' tho Leglsla- ire yesterday, Hon. Mr. Boyle moved resolution with respect, to- school rants, agreed'to, and then ntroduc'cd "a resnecling school -rants; which was read a first time. Hon. Mr. JfacLean' gave nollco that o would on Frldny next move that ho House be resolved in ft commlt- eo to consider a resolution rcspect- ng fees to lo paid by companies. The ommHtco on municipal law he bills amending the city charters of Vfediclne Hnt, Calgan' and Edmonton. Tho bill to amend the Village act was lead a second tlnie The following >llls were read B first lime: HI Salts is Fine For Backache To authorize J iracllce dentistry. K, Wilkinson to FLUSH YOUR KIDNEYS OCCASION- ALLY IF YOU EAT MEAT REGULARLY No man or woman who cats meat regularly can mako a mistake "by flushics the- kWsJrs, saj-s 'a well known authority. -Meat forms uric acid whtch clogs .the-kid- tey pores so they sluggishly. fijteV or strain only part of the waste and poi- sons from tho< blood, then you get sick. Nearly 'all rheumatism) head- aches, liver trouble, .nervousness, con- dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders come from 'sluggish kidney. The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys back rac titniiy, offensive, till of To Incorporate the Calgary petrol Irregular ot.'pawage or at- rAllwav rofenany tended by a Eensation of scalding, get ounces c-J.Jnd Salts from To amend the charter, Oct< will be a red letter day in the history cf the KnlgM.Aca.dcmr, an educational in- stitution qt which the Sugar City is justly proud. The event is Founders Day, or the tairth reliable prahmacy and -take I tablespoonful-in a glass of water be- fore, breakfast, for a lew days and your kidneys will then act fine. Thlj famous salts 'is' made from the acH of grapes and lemon jyice, combined with IKhla and baa been used for gen- erations to flush clogged kidneys ami stimulate' them to activity, also te neutralize the acids In urine EO It no causes Irritation, thus ending bladder. disorders Jad Salts are Inexpensive hud. can not injure; makes A delightful. effer-. tsscent Ijtlila water drink which, ali regular nirat eat era shouM lakd and tlicii to keep the kidneys clean college. Elaborate preparations wider way tor the celebration, ,nd and inn' pure, tfiffeby serious IHncy corhpUcalforis, Fol-'taH bj D. lligjnbotharn 't Co. tti. ;