Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
AY. OCTOUKIX 27, ini TIIR LETjmmnr.R DAILT ITCRALO PAGE THIRTY "IFEEIUKEA Brc.j-M Of Health Aflftr Two Suffering MADAM LAP LAN TC KSSt.lloso St., Montreal. ApriUth. "Forovor InoyrirsI was siclc and 'oiiscrilile, I sulfiircd' from constant and bad Fatyilalion ef the Jfeart to (hat J feared t would die. There "sceJtieO to be a lump in my ftojnach and Iho Consapal'ioa was drratlful. I sufTprpd from end Kidney Diffuse.- I wo? treated by a physician for ay ear Vuul a half and lie did mctidgoodal all. I tried l-'ruH-ii-liYes" us a last resort. lAflcr Ufcing Ihrco boics, I was jitfflrjxfif and inrtru boxes made mo well- Xowl can work day and th uo llc-aihclica, no I'alpiLitioci, DO Heart Trouble, no Constipation, no JVm or Kiducy Trouble aud I feel lite it was "KruH-a-tiTts tlul gave me hack iny MADAH AKTHUK I.APLANTE. We. site, 25o. At all dealers or sch.l yos Limited, OLbva. MISS MaeADAMS, M.P.P. [lie London Mtes Roberta MacAdams, ol the Nursing, Service Tvho is stntioned at the Canadian Iros nt OrjiiiiRlon. lias received man> congratulations on the annoimccTneu of her success in Ihc Algeria parlla mcnlnry election. With Cnpi. B. Pear GOD, who headed the poll, stio ha: be on chosen [rom aiming lwcnty-on( candidates lo re-present Ilio oversea: troops from Alhcrla In their Icglsla live assembly, and her election ha aroused imirli Interest among wonici suffragists here, as chc ia Ihc (Irs woman lo be elected .in M.P. on Brit soil. Tlie electors numbered 17, OOU, and Ihc voles were" counted the Alberta government offices Cliarhig Cross. When SOHI a representative n Um Times Miss jlacAdnuH was los .disposed Iq.spciK of Jier ilian of the election.of "Can't- '-'the figTitlrig is lie was cil in Alberta. Tltvue.'i now nn o.Tiola of the Y.M.C.A. at the from, he a combatant, anil .ivliite 1> Ing wounded in n hospital, askc (o stand, as one of the overseas wnil dales for election lo Uie Albcrla par li'aincnl. He has licoi general secrc (ary of the Y.M.U.A. in Alberta, an ivas attached lo D brigade in France ISK laid emphasis on th point Dial the electors chose hoth Ihel members without any reference tc politics "Wo both stnnd us Hie so diers' rir.d sisters' Advocates. We liav no special grievances, but we aha have lo face the same problems tha j'Dit will hive to tai-.c lici-e Mlcr 111 find employment lor the. re- turned people any luvnlshl lo lliosc who have bcrsTi carrying on I our absence. We have no Bcoprr.ph cal electoral district at Ihc moment we stand [or llic fighting exiles." "The election wns probably' tlie firs ever'conducted speeches, nil It wfls very Inexpensive. A fiw shit lugs lor postage and a small sum the prlnlcr For the little election bi was all It cost me. My friends an my -friends', 'frionila did "the .hail none oT my future conalltiicnf during election In Hie hospital, as th .convoys ramo hi from crerywhere and the men and sisters frmn Albcrl arc not Bcgrpcated." Mis3 MacAdnins could not say finiicly wliclhur flic would rcluui I Alherfn for the next session of j'a mcnt, wlilcli will jirobaMy opcii r'cbraary. "1 may go over I take care of the ovcr.icaa MEN AND WOM5N TO EARN MORE t in TIic poTvcrfnl single inHucncc ii rcatcr iiroduclion, an J consequently n canu'iij; jiowcr, is the cncrg of the worker. To nork liis or Ilcr [jest, tlie worte unisl bL- in iTOscssion of perfect Iiealtd So in.inj' lite day's worlc wit! full vigor, (ire as (he day's work goc on Rtid nrc forced to frequeo 'stops to reliore an nehlrij; tort; Tin's bictaclic is not itnc (o defective kkliicy action, dinl (71! diMJipear if treatment n'illi Gni I'ills i resorted (o. We liave a (esUniotiinls 01 file from HIGH Iiavc bad (o give n vrork on nccoitnt of Inckaclic, rliciiuia lisrn, ndd tlie various ills Illat'lolloi pnor KHncy ncUon. J'illi' cnnliln these people lo resume, stcgcly iror' n-itli lllc vigor ul yolllli ami nl llic happiness of imfdicrcj ncllvllj', Wo will gladly.scnd a free (rial of Oln Tills lo all (vlio feel need of ifll tested remedy, or ivo urge you lo Iroui.yolir ilMlcr on the slritl limltr Fllliillnx.- Uml your inonoj: will b your (Airiiculnr ease, acccnling yon (his innltdr. din Tills ore 60c. n lius or1 0 liotcs.lor Write fo Einiplc lo N.ilionnl Hrug Clicniica Co..ol Cannth, Limited, Toronto, or tt the U.S. nndrcEs- fta-Dta-Co Inc.T 2W N.Y. COrKXHAGKN', lOct- se- el o[ Kmperor. uottlHing- to remove Dr. Micbarlis a I desuiLe the chancellor's admitted ss ol tontrol ol (be political silua- OD, is accoEiimg to aa attkli- iu okal Anzcijcr, that the emperor is tviog Ms best .political star for the It-important service at the conclu- on of peace aad iitfieartcr 2s4 IE eluctant to exhaust his stamina by ittldg him in BOW. Mcaawhtto ichaeliE must 'Lold oa the as. best as-he can. EtudblC Von the emperor's arsonal eajs ihe oial Anzciger, ineptioced in con ncc the Reichstag leaders tlie nracs ol pcreons n'hoso .qualifications or the chancel lor chip be recognized, j( whom he Bhould be re- :rvtd for tlie jtface Uble. The majoritv pa die 5 in the Helch- (ag are inclined to hold, bawc' tie emerKtncj- probably rilt greater than aon- and the mfWror, perhaps, is disposed to re- onsldrr'hls decision. Von A'aleritin n Thursday Karl Triui- iwru, a Centrist leader, lo a [urlher onference tlie situation. The [eichstag leaders have lakeo the cct-eod recess ontl hare gone home o their constituents, so Ihi ucstion wbelbcr a crisis exists ivil1 ot bccouic acute, before i'n liddlc ol next wect. The KeicTislag leaders have been iost coTisiderate ol thi? ieelings rerogaLire.5 o! tlic emperor L'erj'lhiRg has been avoided. accord ug to an inspired statement, nnf vill be avoided tviiicu could give, the tnprci'iion'ol an exercise ol pressure Tito H'ciltwi declarations ol policy ulftnttled lo. .Von Valenluii ncilhc: on Id nor did arouse aov criticism 01 injection as to their lormcr contents Jfichaelis answered these mile (ateincnls with an article in th Cologne Gazette declarine that auji aUernpt to cSDrcise any interference vliatercr upon emperor's deci ions would he contrary to the srirl sho said, "or It may bn mj uty lo Xoep in touch with them here I i.i hard lo say yet. as my conslltu ills arp. scattered over tlie greate ol the nrlng line. The request t< land for election came to uic abao unsought, from Borne Alhcrta iLliena .over Lore Tvho had known ny -worK at home. I regard my elcc fon as a vote ot confidence' in the Janndlan Army Mcdlcnl Corps, nnny dltl nol vole lor me but voted tor 'the sister.'" LilfG all Canadian Mac Adam's liolils the nmfc' or'lleute matron-io-chlcE rank car ics pay, equal to thfit of the cominls itoned men. THE RED CROSS BLOKE tot a WlnkSn' rap do we care (or thi chap With tho Red Cross elgn on lit sleeve, Till we get to the -fronl, on th' "stand-to" glunt, An" n farewell bomb ivhen you leare. Midst that flj'lrT death you hold you brcatli, An' life seems suddenly dear, While the Red Cross cbnp is out o tlio scrap, In the safest part nt Ihe rcor. it don't seem fair for him to be there While we faco the poison an' smofce An' check the Huns wllh rcd-hol guiis An1 cheer, an' curse, an' choke, Tut n. lad feels Uiunderln' glai When night lends a nhcUcrlne cl To be overhauled, by the chap he' called Tlie hlooniln1 lied Crosa hlokc. y own turn. part of th In n scrap we had before Loo3, When ihc blinking Huns tried to pine the guns pr the Thoy'd tried nn! tried, nn' you ho they'd tiled, i When we lost many a churn, Till wotrt came IhroviKh, "Now lads, Blnnrt kn( the ncxl was "Here" they come.'" We charped nnf an' the Itno was held, lint I can't remember (he rest, For the enrlh' a'pun round, an' 1 hit (he ground, Wllli daylight.inside my r.hcst. Whe nest I awoke, a Red Cross bloke NVaa crossing that zone of death, An' I watched him come through (ho shrapnel Jual Vfatchcd and held my breath, Till Iio.readied myself, wllh a crawl and '.An' I blcsl Ills crlmsprTcrest, For lie fiiade, toe .snug H-lth a.comfj1 On (lit; painful hole In ray chcjl, Then away ho crept, flri1 must have slept, Tor when I airoJre wllh the pain, 1 van bach nL Iho base, ftft'n hospHal cnse, 'An1 Tv.19 booked through to Blighty agnfn, L landed all rijthl on a wet jjformv nlslil, But what dtd I care for the rain, When n lied Crosa biota fixed me up 'itctl ____, fficlln' wn'ren, To lay cool tlilhga on my An' al) of It.sceniR (n he pau ol my VtL I know Ihal lt'3 not bf en B honx For lltera'S; tlimisanda loday who nrfi ivntly lo any, "ThnnV 0 oil for llnj Itcil'. Cross Canada Needs More Money to Carry on the War HERE, in a sentence, is the reason why the Dominion Govern- ment will ask you in November to buy Canada's Victory Bonds. But why does Canada, need more money to carry on the war? VyATERLOO is remembered as one of the great battles of the world's history, but Canada has already sent over- seas to the plains of France and Flanders more than twice as many men as were engaged on both sides of that- great battle. army of Canada's splendid sons who, by their heroism are helping protect man, woman and child of sharing the horrible fate of the Belgians, must be fed, clothed, equipped and maintained with every weapon needed in the fight. For this purpose alone Canada requires over Million Dollars a Day And this expenditure is .constantly in-. creasing. .This is one a reason that ..wil.1 convince you, and every otber patri- that -if; Canada needs' this I r''''' -'I she have it.- Great Britain has been .-e_xperiding in Canada, hundreds of mill- ions ol dollars for. foodstuffs and tbe various munitions'of war. .This has resulted in keeping--our farmers, miners, lumbermen, fishermen and the workers in every branch of industry, fully employed. Should. this condition now be dis- _; 'every ,man, and child in '.-v'.Vjh'ej .Dominion would undoubtedly be affected. ,vk xi? Great Britain is anxious to continue buying supplies in Canada. But Britain is bearing so tremendous a 'financial burden on production at home, and in assisting .our Allies, that she can now buy only on credit on this side of the Atlantic. Therefore Canada proposes to extend to Great Britain the'credit she rriust'havc by borrowing money from the people of Canada through the sale of Canada's Victory Bonds. Thus Great Britain will be enabled to continue buying her supplies in Canada and to pay cash for them to the' Canadianiproducers. This, in turn, will result in i continuance of that business activity so essential to the well-being ol all the Canadian people. So every man and woman in Canada should prepare to buy Canada's Victory Bonds to the very limit of'his or her ability, when they arc offered ia November, J ,T our Get Ready to Buy Victory co-0pt by CanYdi'v.Vitloty I.Josn .witK'lilti.MiSislcr.nl, FiaMet.