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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914 THE LETHHIUDGB PAGE FIVE DYS L WIA MADE FE MISERABLE Did Not Think I Would Ever Be Able To Enjoy _ Another Meal, Until I Decided To Claims For COL. HUGHES GREATLY PLEASED AT LOYALTY OF IVJEN, OF CANADA Ottawa, Ont., Sept. tlirco weeks of the call for mon there are now In camp at. Valctirtier men, more thai; .we want- ed We couldn t make ptav away." That's what Col. the Hon. Sam Hughes thinks about Canadian loyalty Col. Hughes blesses tho: officers who would horsewhip the'critics who Insult them because they have' not of- fered their services as yet, Canadian officers will go when they aro'need- ed, he says The rules for enlistment laid down at the very outset were: every man must go untarily. he, the Minister of Militia, or his officials) would not ask, and have not asked any man tc go unless he volunteered. no man would go who was not physically well qualified. no man would.go whose wife or family objected." W, F. ALLEN, ESQ. Hahfai N S Nor Mud, "I feel that I would he doing "Fruit a lives" a great Injustice if I did not male known to you the -wonderful resulti that I hive obtained from its me Tor tie I have been afflicted with Dyspepsia I had given up ill hopes of ever being able to enjoy another meal, when I chanced to see your advertisement in the papers, and as a la-t resort, I decided to myesli gate and see if all you claimed for "Fruit-a.tivcs" was trie Noif, after haung used six boxes, I find that jour claims for "Fruit well founded I am noil in perfect health and can enjoy my meals aq I formerly did, I cannot praise "Fruit-a lives" too siroilgly" WELLARD ALItEN Just as sure as dsy follows night, just 10 sure'will Fruit-a lives cute trace of Indigestion and Dy pepsin "Fruit a the stomach sweet and clean "Fruit a lives insures the digestive juiced fresh and plentiful by ridding the whole system of impurities Fruit a-tives stimulates the stomach muscles, and insures every meal being promptly and completely digested. v If yon have any Stomach Trouble, lueh as Belcbiap; Pali After Eating, Sour Stomach especially if your Bowels are not tegular, by all-means take Soc a box, 6 for 50, trial size, 250 At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by "Frnit'a-tivei" Limited, Ottawa. Banks Charging No Discount on States Money That those banks ctarg- ing 2 and 3 on American paper money other than United States :golcj certificates, are doing so without justification, is the opinion of R, T. Br'ymner, manager of- the local branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. A discount of 3 per cent, is being charged on American, especially New York funds, in Montreal, but this is dona at any time on drafts1 on- Am- erican hanks or banking institutuons. Mr. Brymner Gays'that the Bank of Commerce is not charging.a discount on American money, national, state j .nd other hank notes included, as well as silver, certificates; l.t is all taken at-its face value, but'.-ho guar- antee that gold will be paid for it, 's made. Gold is just as scares as it ever was, and it is not always pos- sible to get gold'for-Canadian paper, CREDIT REPORT Ottawa, Ont Sept ex perts here credit the report that Rus- sian, troops have been landed at Os tend. STAND ON FEET Mr.. Baker So Weak-Could Not Do Her Relief In Novel Way. Adrian, "IBuffered terribly vith female weakness and backache and got so weak that I could hardly do my When J Washed my dishes I had to sit down and when I would sweep the floor I would get so weak that I would hare get drink every few minutes, and before I dU my dustinglwouJdhiTe to lie down. I got a poorly that my folks thought I was ping into consumption One day I ound a of paper blowing around he yard and I picked it up and rend it. t said 'Saved from the and old what tydla E. Pinkham'i Vegeta- Compound htt'done for women I bowed it to my husband and he Bald, Why don't you try itf So I did, and tier I had taken two bottles I felt and I said to my husband, 'I don' t eed any and he said 'Ton had etter'take it a little longer anyway o I took it for three month! and got rell and ALONZO E. IAKER, 9 Teeunuch St., Adrian, Mich. Not Well Enough to Work. In these words Is hidden the tragedy f many a woman, housekeeper or wage irner who herself and is often eipmg to support a family, on meagre >ry, shop, store or kitchen, woman louU remember that there ii one tried ad true remedy for the ills to which all omen are prone, and that is Lydla E. inkham's Vegetable Compound. It that rigor which makes work isy. Lynn. Hau. 'CITY AND Christian Church: Services A Urge tent has been erected at the er bottom Sunday school at 3 and Preaching services at 4 Everybody w'elcdrirfr.-'' Perjonal Mention Mr and Mrs H C Pellett and Mr and Mrs S Crulkshanks of Medicine Hat are visitors in. the oily J D Smith, chief weed inspector for the pr-oi ince, and Oliver Blue, his as sis Ian I, are registered at the Alezan dra, from Edmonton. Statn H E Visitors. Inspecting Land Madison, Chicago, i1 B DONALDSONLIM TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES) GOOD SERVICE, )ne-claM eabin. only to and 60 fram Glusgow; hlrd-clatt, closed cabins, Rates subject to change without lotice. SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL SS. Sept 12th, let. 10th, Nov. 7th. 88. Oct 3rd, Oet SS. Sept 28th. Oct. Ith. All information cheerfully fur- Ished b.y attilorbod agents, or 4. E. LIOMAN, Csneral Agent. t -Malrl St, Winnipeg Stsarnr, -Springfield, t Jean and G Bioomer, Mason'CJty, III, J D John sen La Salle, and R Cuthbertson, Hobart, Ind, are visitors la the city and district TJhej taken oier .he G P R colonv thiq morning bv Sup i Hicks and" C, A Van of Cal'arj TWO Amtrjins Arrestgd John Yaok and Devolld .Sacharka, two Austrians iwho down from Caigarj yesterday, were arrested last night, and lodged (in city lock up charged disorderly conduct Sacharka IB a res'srvlst, but said that he had applied for-naturalization pa Bers, entitling Jiim to Canadian citizen- ship Yack has been In this country for 16 years, and said that he had never belonged to" the army, and didn't to Boih ndmltted nthe' charge against them, and and costsr hv Inspector1 Lindsay, act ing police magistrate Austrians were closely questioned and given scorching warning Lethbndge theatregoers are to be treated nest week to the greatest photoplav production this theatre has ever had the plsasure to offer, in short, a veritable photoplay 'revela- tion is which is to he offered at Starland for 3 dajs com mencmg Mondaj afternoon The name and fame ol Gerhart Hauptmann are known the uprld over alike to men of letters of the best in the field of .literature The distinguished German] author it, in the zenith of his literary power and as the winner of the MacLeod The Bottom Dropped out of the price of Good Clothed Bros. TO-NIGHT we give you your choice of any of our regular stock of Suits Any to Suit Any and Suit Any and Suit All Unlined Dress Gloves, worth up to to clear at All This Season's Oxfords, regular to to clear at MacLeod Bros. The Great Clothiers Of The Great West prize m 1 terature holds an enviable position m the fore rank moden authors, It Tias only after Inucu per- suasion that Hauptmann consonted t tftaes'ied ft move- Rtis- Hd, Tlti Oedrlo tf'wlth 1IJO pas- sengers, Amerlcin re fugees i