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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta F1UDAY, OCTOBER 28, ,1914 T H E L 1ST H B RID' G E DAILY 11 li 11 A L D PAGE FIVE Kidney Trouble? took for thEs Trade-Mark When your back tidies; when your eyes are puffy, your hands and fcot rheu- matic it's apt to he senates. Take warning in time! A' 1 short ttctitracnt with tins rem- edy do wottdcn; to relieve the condition. They purify the blood, give you n good appe- tite and a cleat; healthy skin. N. E. D. A. Kidney Pills will -give relief or your money will bo refunded. Guarantee with every package. Sold exclusively here, MAGISTRATES HEAR SMALL DEBT'CASES] LEGISLATION WITH THAT IN VIEW BE INTRODUCED AT NEXT SESSION 'OF LEGISLATURE F. Hedlcy Drug Co. Lethbridge. WANTED A SHAVE FIRST i motor-car drew UD before the Hod Cross hospital at Poitiers, and from it there descended, with considerable an' English soldier who hud been wounded in four places. He had lioen struck In the thigh by a. frag- ment of shell, and had received one in his stomach.and two in his left leg. Instead of entering the hos- pital, the soldier went into ail adjoin- ing barber's shop and took a seat. It was pointed out to .him that he hail rondo a mistake. all about he said, "but, I want a shave before presenting myself at the hos- pital." Edmonton, Oct. 23.-I'roni or Slfton amiomionu In Hie provincial Legislature this afternoon that at the next session, Icslslation would be in- troduced by the government, giving police magistrates In the cities, towns and larger villatfc-; o." the province summary Jurisdiction ill small debt cases up to S100. He stated that he, as' well .ua tiie majority of the raeiii- liern of the House, bud received petl- tious on this subject, but It had been found Impossible to legislate III that direction at the present session, as Hie special act put through to meet the exigencies of the. situation re- quired a Judge's order for every Bale, nml therefore, did not lesson tho e.v- neliso of proceedings. The new legis- lation ho proposed would need seri- ous consideration before It was enact- ed anil the act would have to be care- fully worded. Out there would !'Je plenty of time before the next session to attend to It. HIGHLANDER'S MIXED UNIFORM Sapper T. Oilhooly, Royal- Jwigln- oers -writes to his mother at Swan- sea- "There's many of us have, had to treat ourselves to-new ever we could pick them up. There s n Highlander lieside mo who is rigged out in the boots of a Belgian Infantry- man, killed at Jlons, the red trousers of a Frenchman, tho khaki tunic of a Guardsman, and-, the cap of his own corps.. When he wants to look particularly smart lie wears a German cavalryman's cloak. A Word to Poultry Keepers F. C. Eliord, Dominion Poultry The indications arc that new laid cces will be as scarce this winter as usual and if extra attention is not paid to getting the laung stocl into condition and housed cath the sup- ply of eggs may not he' as even as they were last winter. Though the present is too late to begin to prepare for early winter eji5S, it is a good time to mike trc best of what we may hare by getting every thing ready before the cold v ea flier'comes. The beginning was mailt last spring when the tarlv pullets were hatched, for only earl) pul Iris can be depended on to gne durini' and December, the a rule, will not lay many Cites until the end of January or it is therefore from the well matured'pullets that the hi0h priced eggs may lie expected and in older to get the .-most out of these c-ire must he taken as nom now un til laving time is a more critical time 'in'thc life of the pullet than most poultrymcn imagine. HOW TO-GET'READY 1 Keep no stock that will be non- rrodiicing. Kill off the old hens that will not lay until sprint Miikct the immature "pullets ami all surplus coelicrels us soon as they arc Give the rest of the pullets, op portunily to develop and get into laying condition v inter s-'s in. 2. Put" these pullets into their win- ter quarlerSj'" early: 'I'he unnecessary handling pr changing of pullets from rnc place to another just the- arc about to begin to In is disj trolls and in some cases let-inl laying foi several "wciKs CIM. the pullets cvcrv chance t- a tlj'ir winter qur-'tters in rl'iifv of'Time and frol tiberalh so tK-it they will start to In bcioro tho cnld weather.'- 3. Do not feed' spaunglj 1 ut mdi c-iouslv. Though fed mil be it dors not stint the layers Feed them grain iii a litter on the Itoor and as-the v.-eat i r M-t cotdlr increase the nuantity a" xlilion tc the grain s-e thai t'tj have either a hopper, vull drj mash constantly before, them ti it pie ferrcd, give it in the sine ol a inoist mash once a d-u Hive the clean, preferably i hite w-sh d and allow plenty, of smishm" in live found that wit'.i a ill" 1 roo ell house, a hoard picteiticn xlont tho front: of UK house as high as IS Positive Relief sale, of digestion and from todigestion ahvayg secured by the cSBn and gentle action of Beecham's Pills b 25 inches from the floor is an advant- age from this up glass and cotton: in the proportion of one of glass to j two of cotton, make the most ideal front for the average Canadian house. WHY NOT MORIS CITY HENS Man town and ciU piopl" coull not onh produce sufficient eggs to keep Imcir tiblt fcomg but enough l-'t our lhat would go long w-ij lowards suppljmi, the household "with groceries, etc. There arc comparatively few city lots where a small flock -c.i poultry could not be kept and enougn scraps find their w-u into tin, gaibage can to proude a Urgt propoi tion of Ihe food No male birds should be kept as tie) arc both a nuisance and an expense which if done away with and the hoube Vest clean and sanitar) there i is ahsolut m tlnna; ihout such a! plant that could posbibh the II si) one in e erj one hundred fat lilies produce enough for Ihcir own table it would reduce the number of ttos? who onl) col buine ind adt' thit mm more to the list of producers. CVNVDV niKlHITD PC C Yl VR Dm me, the li cal v f ir r-n ling MarLn list 1J1I f ct IIJ m llion dozen etgs impoiteJ into Canada HILSO ami' [torn I re it licitam Hong Ron Unni Janan 7eaUiU initil Stars feureh Canadian poultrv kreoirs can bupph the dc I mind tins icur If all help in tin I nnlt-r t, ITC s'lould b no lack oi i mrt t tdie is o in the I pimluction that should b- a goo 1 icvcnuc, ti the producers and the con sinner Might not I) mv such tant prices tb sometimes have asked in the turn of -a-mitv ijl nm PHL LOS1 LOn I sur I'uiir HIGH I Ottiu, ti the high puce ol iced it mai mo L tins }ei than usual to pindw.1, laid eggs but bv I ciieuil ent the 1 oi 0111 oi et0s might be kept as is ubuil It is at the pro no tionind prodiiteis bhould aim lo' and it is belter to 'Tie at tins mil than to cipcct extreme prn.cs I his, is ilwajb the case and cscc nil) will it le so this winter l when even thins the consume! ha" lot bin will b deal anil moncj to pa) i foi it statce It will be a act to how chciph the eggs can be i pioluc-d rather than how much can be charged for them. I'rof. lidward the veteran poultn man of England made a sug I tin. other da) to English I bifcJ rs whn.ii suggestion uei) from I'll distanC sounds good He thought lhat as so many poultry breeders .in Great Britain had done business with Belgian poultrymen, who in all prob- alulib were killed or who at least hui had all their block destroyed tint thesL I nghbii breeders as soon is ine blnokc of battle had cleared iwa) might donate to their old cus tomer's and friends in Belgium, suffi- lent bu'ding strck 1o enable them lo stirl up again Thib suggestion of I'rof Brow i s is of a Hrit- isiicr and 'hough Canadian poultiv breeders not be able to tins can show their loiallv pro ('licmg as main new laid egss ab possible for this winter and at the least possible cost. Strictly new laid rg0s n the winter time arc worth i good puce and the man who can pro jluce them. deserves credit and extra remuneration, but let us hope that this winter, bv better care and man- agement we will have enough new- laid tint we cm supply the consumers it a price which is within the reach of those who must them C'J- )UOEI) NOSTRILS OPEX AT ONCE, HEAD COLDS AND CATARRH VANISH] In One Minute Your Stuffy Nose and Head. Clears, Sneezing and Nose Running Cease, Dull Headache Gpec. Try "Ely's Cream Balm. Get R small bottle, any way, just to trv. a little, in-the nostrils and instantly :iour clogged and stopped up air passages of the he'd will open; you will oroatlie frucly dullness and llea'Saclio disappear. By the 'catarrh, cold-ln-head.or catarrlial sore 'throat will he'gone End such misery now' Get the bottle of "Ely's Cream at drug sweet, fragrant balm dissolves by the heat of the nos- till i enetrates and heals the inflam ed swollen membrane which lines the nose head and throat clears the air pibsagcs stops uash jlischarges and a feeling of cleansing soothing lellef comes Immediitqlyf, Don t las twiko lonignt struggling for breath, with head Bluffed; nostrils closed bawl Ing and blowing Catarrh or a cold, with its running Uiroat, and raw drjness is distressing tout Irulj needless Put your "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear Sold by J D Higiabutluun Co, Ltd, This aduce is doubly important with Ihe knowledge that ever> thr-c minutes some oue in the United Spates succumbs to consumption and nnn> refuse to realize they are afflicted until icis too late It is after colds or sickness, from over- work confining duties or when general ''weakness exists Hint tubercular gorms because the resistive powers of .the body are weakened. Only-with, fresh air; sunshine and: abundant rich blood. can one hope to arrest their progress, and the CO icen tratcd fats in Scott's Emulsion furnish fuel for ricli blood, and its rare nourish- mcnt lielp-i strengthen the lungs .while it builds forces. If jou work indoors tire casiljj feel languid or run down facott s Emulsion is the most "trengthe ing fowl medicine be had by brew ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul >liur Your hair la jour charm. I makes or mars the face. When i faoes, turns streaked and look do, wispy and scraggy, Just an appl: Lation or two of Sage and Sulphu enhances 1U appearance a hundrec fold Don't bother to prepare the tonle you can get from an> drug store a Bl cent bottle of yeth's Sage and 8u phur ready to use, TEW can be depended upon to brln hack the natural color, thickness an lustre of your hair and remove dam ruff stop scalp itching and fallln hair Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sulphur because it darkens sojwt" ally and evenly that nobodr On the left Is the Church of St. at Ostend On Ihe right, is the Cjathedral oortplcd the Germans. It dates .from til nfnth centJry aliU contains mall} fine jitini was for Its beautiful of St Bavon at examples of ;