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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I?AGE EIGHT THE LETHBRroCTB DAILY iHKIiff�LD\ WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEP, .'50, llfUS Bury and Coleman h- CKamloops Stantlard SentineU Shaugluiossy. he wns telcgrapli operator ut some point in Qjitario. That was when Sir William Van Horne was j pvosident of the company. By his on-ergy, his loyally to the company and Ilia natural power for assimilating the _, , , , re(iiiiremen!s oi" his position, and then The resignation of Sir George Bnry ] ^^me. he was tinallv placed in the po-las caused n lot of people lo indulRe . ^^jKon divlsionu! superintendent. In an wonderment and surprise. It was ,|,e ,.o,rse ot time he was moved to genel^ally accepted by those who were cranbrook. a divisional point on the apparently acquainted with the situa- (-,.ow-s Xesi I'uss road, which was con-tion. that when Mr. Bmy left the ' ,,^,1^,, j, i,,i,o,.uy to superintendency of the throw's Xesi ; i,^. ^,,(, uurdest positions on the �lino With headquarters at rranl.rooU, p He. went to tn-anhrook, i , a. . and began his rapid ciini!) up ilio hid-: ,|,(iij,e,i i,,. some of the men, ridiculed i -^Ot SO Many Refugees as Had doc of prorootjons on the V V. K that : i . othcrs.and feared by any who were i Been Anticioated_Sad he was destined to succeed Sir Thomas .u^kers in their work. Ho left there Aniuipaiea-SaO FRENCH REFUGEES LL Shaughnessy as president. The fates , .^,.,-,1, respect of every man on the dcreed, otherwise, and when Baroii Shanglmpssy stepped out of the chair, j Insteacrof Sir George Bury lakiiip his seat, E. AV. Beatty. who had srono into the law departmeu; of ihe C. P. U. : soon after being railed to the bar. and : in sixteen years worked iiimself to the position of general solicitor of the' company, said "BecKinp \ oar pardon. ; Sir George, my tarn first." ,nid .took ' the seat himself. This tall; about -Mr.! Beatty not. being able to take tiie cliair  ns well as some practical railroad. IuaB.^ is hardly in keepinf: with the; ]iistoi'y of great- companies and great , institutions. As a lawyer oi loni; experience and great responsibilities, he' ]18S trained his mind to meet ilie uifli-cuUies of any situation th;it might I'low. In those days the writ Sir George Bnry well, and had only one thought, one dream and one hoj)e. and that was to devote his entire time, energy and acquired knowledge of the railroad business for the sncce,rv. Bury j German retirement in Belgian Fhxn- Tirm fatig\ies of too much for somi the of the travellers. arise. Being connected with the law , ^.^^^ i,;,,^ ,[- section fore- land. Up till Saturday night, however, ouly a small fraction of this number had arrived. At that time | The weaker ones died on the way and about 7.000 had passed through the l a tow others succuuihed soon after tailed special cur while riding over ! wire gittea marking the Dutch-Belgian ' reaching ho.spitals. -Many of the re-various parts of his divi.siO!i. from | frontier. On Friday, i.POS arrived. ' fugees are suffering from grippe and ]\'oolen;!y Landing to l-ethbridgc.' All but 13 were French people from ; other affections. The worst cases had When there was time he could be cor-' the district of Valenciennes, Douai, (been given immediate assistance at dial and jovial, but as long a? day-j Cambrai and (Jiiesnoy. There is no; the nearest hospitals and conveuij. but light lasted and the train was running.  congestion as in U' 1, when the mass the examining physicians sity that the he nev.^r kept his eye off the road bed. i ' H>' knew every defective tie along the ; : '--------- .iivtsioii: he knew every curve and its ; degree: the condition of the right ot ! way from fence to fence, and the front i number of sick (hus tar has lower than had been expected, jMany pathetic scenes occurred during: the march. Among refugees reaching the Dutch border wns a young mother with the body ot her alx-tnOnths' old baby clasped to lior broasl. The babo had died four days previously but the mother 'refused lo bury the body in soil held by the enemy. An old woman of Cambrai travelled for three weeks in'a chair tlpmotions. with a title having been ; ; conferred after he returned from Rus- j .-iif. with the increase of responsibili-j ^ lies aud the natural increased demand \ i on his lime, yet these changes in con-' ; diiion had no effect with his personal. i reLstions. so far as the men on the ; � road were concerned or others whom ; he had known as a young telegraph I operator, or when he was standing on : the first rounds of the ladder of pro-; I motion. He has always been the same ' . Bury to his friends and they will wish i piim every success that must come to j a mau of his experience and ability. BOBLOHG UNION M'AlDt' OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVES R.6.LONGfcCO.UMiTC0 CANADA Judge C-W. Atkiiuon Public is Warned Against Taking Substitutes for Nuxated Iron Physicians Bslow Say That Ordin* ary Mstallie Iron f*reparations Cannot Possibly GIvo Ths Sam* STRENGTH, POWER AND ENDURANCE As Organle Iron - Nuxalsd Iron \ United States Judgo Atkinson Gives Opinion ' Careful investigatioh tjy physifiani amonf aruggists and ijatiems'lms reveaied the fact that there arc thousands oE people taking iron who do not distinguish between organic iron and metallic iron, and that sucli perEons often fail to obtain the vital cr.erg>'� Itrcnglh and endurance vt h i c h ifKy seek, simply Ijccause they have taketi the wrong lorm of iron. Therefore, physicians mentioned below, advise those who feet the need of a strength and blood builder to go to their family doctors and obtain a prescription calling jor or-sanic iron-Xux-ated Iron-and pre sent this to their druggist so that lliere may be no question about ob-icatning the proper article. But if they do not wish to go to the trouble o� getting a prescription for Kuxaied Iron then be sure to look on the iabc] �nd see that the �words NUXAT!i:D IRON are printed thereon-not Xux and Iron nor any ether form; of iron, hat Kuxated Iron, The reVnarkahle results produced by _ -. Nuxated Iron and its widespread sale lit being estimated that o%-cr three miUion people annually are to-day using ii>, has led to the oflfering of numerous substitutes, and these physicians say that health officials and doctors everywhere should caution the public against accepting substitutes in medicine's and they especially warn against accepting substitutes (or Nu.xated Iron, which, instead oi being organic iron may be nothing more than a metallic iron compound which may in some cases produce more barm llian good. The widespt-ead publication of the above information, has been suggested by Dr. James l^rancis Sullivan, formerly physician oi Belle-\ut Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), -Xew York, and the Wrstchesler County Hosiiiial; Dr. Perdinand King, New York Physician and Medical Author and others, so that the public may be informed on this subject and protected fjom the use of metallic iron under the delusion that it is Nuxated Iron cr at 2east'something as good as Nuxated Iron. -'It is surprising JioH' many people suffer from iron deficiency and do not know it. If you are not ttroa'g or'tvclJ. you owe it to yourself tOi make the following; test: See how long yoti can work or how far you can yalk withoiit bccominp tired. Next take two iive-grain tablets of Nuxated Iron three times per day after meals tor two weeiis. Then test your strength and