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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE SIX THE LETHBhlDCE I. SEVEN YEARS Helped Him Until Took THE BADGE AND BUTTON FLAN Ottawa. SOUL 7-Tho Government's scheme for icoras to be undergoing a process of oblivion. It was received cod- ,hn oninlnycrs of labor, by tho trufe1' and labor unions, and most ot iho other persons concerned, so we hi ir no more about it. It was a be- lated attempt at the best, the country ilrcadv having been drained ot n mul- titude ot skilled workmen, who could more for tho onel. who Is real bravo up to the time his regiment is ordered and then drops out on sick leave. Neuritis or chilblains op, something like Unit, superinduced by a sanguinary desire ALBERT VARNER Buckingham, Que., May 3rd, 1915. For seven years, I suffered terribly from Severe and fndifatiou. I had beichbg gas from the stomach, bitter stuff would come np into my mouth after Mtmg, while at times J had nausea and vomiting, and had chronic Constipation. I went to several doctors and wrote to a specialist in Boston hut without benefit. 1 tried many remedies but nothing did me good. Finally, a friend I took this grand fruit medicine and It made me well. I am grateful to "Fruit-a- and to even-one who has rnise- rablehesitb. withConstipation and Indi- gestion and Bad Stomach, I say tako and you will ALBERT VAKSER. SOc. a. box, 6 for trial size, 25c. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Limited, Ottawa, have done uiu.u s aVU at home, whilst large numbers ov beilthy idlers did-not respond as public opinion has express- 1 itself in the nowspapsrs o looks like o' hoar frost. L voice entire to get Jobs-as .reg- istrars and census takers, and those who would like a chance to intuit Quebec where recruiting has been .car- ried on under the active discourage- 10 sillV let him. ma uuv.w. e m. The motto on his badge will rend "Ad astra per and his ribbon will be white and yellow. Tlio white stands for the spotless condition ot his hands so far as German blood is concerned, also foi, tlio color of his .face when he thinks what might .have HIGH t 01 .'liijui Hughes' scurvy treatment of that gal- .oldier. General Lessari. and the ment of Major Genera! Sir Sam seditious tekchings of the Borden Oov ernment's allies, Bburassa and La- Tlie long end of the registration scheme is avowedly a general badge and button distribution for those who professed that they wanted to go to the front, but for some reason or ottl- er were unable to do so. A compre- hensive answer, as it were, to the plaguev fellow who asks: Whj Von at the Quizzed thus, anv beneficiary of Sir Sams badge and button plan can flash his evidence and avoid further argument. The badge and button plan Is a modification of the Chinese system, which indicates distinctions of rank and merit by jackets, caps, peacock- feathers and the like. Jackets, of course, we cannot adopt, because the khaki covers everything and feathers are already monopolized by the Jiga- dier-brindles and such, but badges are free for all and will be used extensive- iv The next session of Parliament m'av be expected to set aside an ap- of a million dollars for badges. A very neat thing m the .way of a gun metal badge, with a suitable ribbon, can be made for a quarter of a dollar, so that for one million dol- lars four million people can be pro- vided with badges, and thns present a dauntless front to the enemy, tor an- other half million dollars the same number of citizens can be supplien with buttons, which can the coat lapel whs; it x not ent or modest to wear a badge. The buttons, I take it, will be worn dart) so.that he.who runs ;may-..-reaa IM laTnonnaiSalthy'couditioa: EEFEKVESOST SALT in a tumbler of- j every morning 1 full of energy 'happened had-ho gone to the.trout and lost his temper with the enemy. Then there is the accountant col ouel. who connects himself with the -Vudit Office or the Pay and Record and a great figure adding up suius in full uniform. His motto is "The fountain pen is the sword." Black and yellow are Ilia colors, the black signifying that ink is his medium, not gore. Nor can the badge distribution over- look the political colonel, who his time to raisins regiments, not to leading them into the danger zone. He is the busy man Is the political col onel No "sooner does he raise one regiment than ho starts in to raise an- other Naturally he remains m Can- RAKING POWDER MO ALUM, haklnl In dm not ecnUIn Ktlngr.dl.nU plainly on DISTRICT NEWS BLAIRMORE (From tho Enterprise) Rov McEachern left for Lctl. last night where he will spend a week at his home before taking up Is new duties In the Royal Bank .it firmly believe that their crop is fully! to that ot last year, and it 'n quite possible, that tho threshers will have a surprise for many of their patrons. During the past week, there has been talk among the farmers of the appearance of rust in some fields, a well known grower. C. Erlckson, auction bosa here, has ;ot a now saaqliiio spender- anil ,'lilngH sonic with thn.C. P.1 ganit those days. Fiirmora who liuvo cut any quan- tity ot v.'Koat say that tho crop Is lust an uvorugo crop, corlalnjy not where a idi'id ot rot appeal's on the head. Your correspondent has exa'.n- Incd somo ot tho Holds uii.l it Is thing hut a hinnpol' crop. In fact, af- ter this rain I am convinced that there ,vvlll lio very little' No. I hard heat through this district. llow- ovor ill the price paying crop should ho harvested.-. VULCAN tlie Advocate) Mrs. P. C. Ilobiuson and children arrived In Vulcan and ;will lane up permanent residence in town. .Mr. Boblnson is the druggist at the Jones' Drug Store. Mr and Mrs. Kehr arrived in ill- can last Thursday from their visit to Indiana. They motored all the in their big Heo car. Rev, and Mrs. 'Schrag have taken up their residence in Vulcan. oter a ada to raise regiments, because he can do it better where there are no Ger- starteli m on man shells bursting around him and Hoarto and willams are still on interfering with his plans There is no limit to what this kind ot colonel When a Man Getsjo Be 50 The man of 50 has to slow np a little. He begins to realize that he has a stom- ach aS Hver. He can't eat and work and bustle with the same disregard ot health as be did 20 years ago; so he turns to ABBEY'S Abbey'sEffen-escentSalthelpsnr.tura -docs part of Nature's work-prevents constipation, biliousness, indigestion, Sic ad! poisonmg-iejralatesthediffl.- ill do to raise regiments and win yimn., will sacrifice ail his wife s re- c M lions. His motto is "Keep the Home ires Burning." His ribbon is pink nd vellow, the pink signifying that e biushes for tho Germans because lev -ive him so much work to do. Then there is the fat colonel, who prevented by the age limit and a endencv to gout'from flashing his word on the enemy. He will general- be found recruiting. He is so busy rgl'ng others to go that he can t go imselL His motto is "Let him do it. is ribbon is blue and yellow, the blue ems slight token of his feelings Then be happens to hear what people re saving about him. Then there is also the colonel who would have ridden off gaily to tho war nlv he couldn't find a horse that un- erstood the European languages There is no such horse'in Canada, not "en in Kings County, Nova Scotia, vhere Mr DeWitt Foster picked up a ot of venerable and erudite speci- mens The consequence is that many colonel who couldn't think of riding ..-Urn- but a polylingual horse, has cut out of an active and glorious hare m the war. The badge distribu- ion takes him in, of course. His mot- the same as Bichard the Thirds staff. The death occurred at Rochester irarm 'water first thin will keep you fit a throughout the day. De TvfiO iuua DalKeo. 'heroism of the button display er but the .badges will be reserved lor ceremonial occasions, such ashen cruets, picnics, clam bakes and the like Of course, the badges will vary-in To Sweden the Stomach and r.gulate th. and kidn.ys (Jt COUrEU, -iL 'color and degree, because this is a democratic country and these disflnc lions are naturally insisted upon.- Thf bad-es will include all patri otic endeavor. For instance, there wil lie a badge for the 31. P- colonel whc drew two salaries, one as a member o the Canadian Expeditionary Force who was a soldier in everything bu expedition part of it, and the othe as" a legislator, who felt that it wa ihls higher function to _stay at horn and: play politics. The motto on tha BRITISH CASUAUIICO-- .and'piny London Sept. e.-Eritish casualties batlgc wm be "He stood between lov were: 111 officers, 32 -and duly and cashed in on both, an wr jtauauo. te and yellov white stands for coi m of his hands as far as the Ge WHEN YOU WAKE UP DRINK GLASS OF HOT WATER Monday morning last, of of niaiimoro. Mr imeton sufforiivi from an internal complaint for some time and v-., advised by the local doctor" foSmt ,nt on ihb 20th. Ho li-1 however. IP fore tho ci.fation oouiu u_ Mr. Zfldington was rortj-three v "re of a" and leaves a wife and clnd He c-ane to BH.-'uiorb Our or five n.onths ap and occiiliicd the position of chemist at tfca local nharmacv Mrs. Eddington and her brotherleft last night for Chatham. Ontario where the remains have ueen removed and where interment takes place immediately after their arrival. BURDETT (From the Bow Island Review) Miss McMann, our school tocher returned this week from a Mbit. to I'm Brown has purchased C. dale's residence and moved it on f. his own place Bowe about "e horsc Bowe Bros, started cutting this, week Altogether they have nine binders at work. Harvesting has commenced mearn est and cutting will by the about two Fail-field, of the Dominion Esperi mental Farm at Lethbridge. The lattsr. in his reply, states: "Ksplyittj to your ir-lOTof the ?4ih in rirard to thu sample of. wheat you sent, I may say that without a microscopic examina- tion appear that most of the rust is red. If the sampli you sent is typical ot the field and it is nol lodg- ing the damage should not be very malcrial unless there is some dull lamp weather favorable to the devel- opment of the rust between now and when it is cut. I would suggest that any field affected in this way should je'cut very much sooner than if they were unaffected and quite possibly at once." MONARCH (From Our Own Correspondent) Monarch, Sept. has com- menced and would have been general but'for tho deluge of rain which start- ed in on Saturday night at seven o'clock and continued mi to the pres- ent time, Monday night. Several duck hunters who were to start out Sunday, decided that ducks should be got right at home as there was as much water here as at the lakes, so stayed at home. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. _C. Fouts has succumbed after a long and painful illness. The funeral of Mrs. Van der Broke at th New York, Sept. subway and elevated trains being operated ap- parently on noriuaj schedule, traction olllcials insisted today that New York' officials insisted today that Tlicodorc P. Shouts, presideut of In tei-boroughs, said that all ot tho men who have struck on tho New York Kailu-ay company's lines owned by In- terboroughs could have their positions back wilh their former places of sen- iority restored it they resigned from tho union by 1 p.m. Saturday. FORD SUES PAPER FOR A MILLION DOLLARS Chicago, 111., Sept. for parcnuj uu wall filed by Henry Ford, olllcials insisted today that New York' inc Detroit manufacturer, against tlie New Chicago Tribune in the United States vias tiled Ijy Henry Ford, acks for personal damages as com- York's strike has been broken. Fifty cent of the "green cars" of the took place on Monday last Holland church north of the town and was largely attended. The fam- ily are highly esteemed through this for yesterdav were: 111 officers, 32 -ami duly and casnea m uu dead- sis men, including ribbon will be white and yello dead, of whom 549 were Tne white stands for the.spolless con Australians. Other regiments suffering were: man otuuu ia Tfield artillery Thep- there is the church parade co Fusilie-s Scottish Borderers, Berk onel who bar t forth in active seme shires Middlesex Aigvle and Suthcr i and then ' go at that H land Highlanders Gordon Highlanders Sa5r the bovs off at wave ni ,fi good bve to them, said tou J cant go and that.was as far as he got Then he retired to his countn Place to brood.over.-the recon- struction problems which he must help to solve after the--war.-iHis mot- to of is "Safety and his ribbon will be red and yellow, the red signifying-the rage when cir- i compelled him to let some- bodi else light the Germans. Iseit comes the eleventh-hour col- The- steel colonels have a special badge'with two bars, one bar not berasr enough-to inscribe their profits. The motto is "We got our the ribbon "deep purple, as indicating the royal proportions of their dividends. Colonel John Wesley late colonel. I should say-gets a badge of his own as Sam's particular friend super patriot, gravel scratches and chief money saver of the British Impire There is no telling how far Colonel Allison would have gone to- ird saving the Empire on a basis of ten per cent, and up it the Kyte in- inirv hadn't stopped Mm. Colonel Al- san's motto is that of Monte, Christo, IIson s monu la mav "The world is mine.'; His_colorj Well: 10W i. (own HOW ayum ny am iiiginj "nLres of wheat cut. He was all district and their many friends .'9 acres 01 with t m husband ant patlilze with the husband and two i h Tiiiid-iv ni-ht pathtze with the husband an -T'tv FeSer o, jagrath. recently sons left to mourn their loss, arrived' Stftake'. a position In his Mr. Van Dyke conducted brother's store: His family is expected to" follow him -shortly. I GeoLomSs' little girl was trampled upon by a horse on Friday of last week. She was at onco taken in the auto to Bow Island, where it was found that her leg was badly bruised and cut. Fortunately, her injuries were not ser- i0T big real estate deal was put through this week between Alex.-Ham- ilton ot Burdett and the Alnerta Land and Development Co. of Spokane, whereby the former purchases about Rev serv- cr cen York Railway company's surface ystem were running, the company nn- ouiiced and the polite department re- orts indicated that the walk-out was ot having a widespread effect. Union leaders claimed at noon that 500 men were on strike on the sub- vay and elevated roads and men u the "green car" system. acs o pensation for an editorial printed in the Tribune, June 2'j. which, it is charged, called Ford an "anarchjst." The editorial was printed more, than two months ago. According tc reports -here, the word "anarchist" was used iu tho headline of the edi- torial. The editorial itself censured Mr. Ford's ideas and methods. Hamilton now prac- all e polsoni and toxmt from system before putting more food "into stomach. Styt fmWe bathing OM look and feel clun, and refrnhed. on the inside before __ Ifte you do on the outside. This vMtif more Important be- cause the aMn do not absorb ImpnritiBS into the blood causing ill while the bowel pores do For of food and drlnfc taken into the stcamch nearly an ounce of imte material most be car ried out ot the body If this waste material H not eliminated day Sy day it omicBy (ermenu generates poisons, and toilns whlcli are absorbal or sucked into the blood stream, through the lymph duct! which should suck only nourishment to sustain live body A splendid health measure is to Jrlnk before breakfast each day glass of real lot water with s a tea spoonful of_ limestone phosphate In it which harmles> way to wash these poisons, gases and toilns from tha stomach, liver, kidneys, -and bowels, thus'1 oleanslng sweetening ind Jrtahetflni tfie'entire alimentary the Ktomaeh., A Quarter pound -of limestone phos costs buttery, ilttle; at the drug Store but il luffiuent to make me an'enthusiast on Inside bathing Men women who are accustomed j- nkiTug wltjTa dull aching head or tuned tanfue, had taate nasts sallow complerioa, pthe.s who iave-'blltoia acidKstoai adi at wniUpition "tured. cf J ID Co, Ltd, Drug fiita, Lethendge, Alta Advt IV OWIla Luc LU aoouL iiij j Airs John Hoppfil returned the other profiteers green with j. a visit to the I east They state it is quite a pleasure to return to Alberta after passing through the Dakotas and Montana, where the crops all through are a fail- ure Thev are now making arrange- ments to "re-model their house in town and enlarge it considerably. People's Forum In !4, I and t pound, Fine Ground lor Mrco' Utors, ice. The Ellison Co. have bought ant moved the coal shed, lately owned bj H. Pelietier, to tho west end clost to their elevator. The Lumber Co., have now a com plete stock of all kinds of lumber and are doing a rushing business. Mrs. and Master Joseph Peverelle loft for Edmonton on Friday night where Joe will take up a commercial course at the collese there. We wish him every success. Mr. and .Mrs. H. Olmshank arrived home on Monday. J. Petrie returned from Spo- kane for the threshing season. A show came Into town on Friday rnd gave the people of town a real treat as for once it was worth see- ing large crowd, BOW ISLAND (From the Review) Wilmot.fc Henderson report the sale of Chevrolet cars: to the following N R Wilson and Em. Brown of Bur inilersoa of Grassy Lake and Potter and -Chester Pfen THE RICE LAKE FIELDS Maple-Creek, Sask.. Sept 1, 1916 dilor of the Herald: sir_I note in your.issue of August 1st amongst-short articles on page "an account of a mining boom in the ttuu ln aTsStE0tCBLudIke and daughter left tni., for fflngston. Om. wos ihrow: iv- a horse last week and fractured IKS ankle He was treated at the loca lospital on Tuesday and is now pro grossing very favorably. Oeo Shanton, who at one time wa reported in Bow Island as having been lulled at the front, tin week to visit friends. George has nov been invalided out of .the army with disabled knee, and consequently wil not be called upon to render any fu ther service in the war. John Baker, living six miles soutl had the misfortune to fall on a dis the beginning ot last week, and r ceived sevenl nasty cuts on the bod After spending a couple ot days m th hospital he has returne home conb improved Two carloads of lumber'amved her last week consigned to the Impen Tlevalor Co of C ilgarj -who will con mence tin few days tl erection ot another elevator Tl capacity we understand will '0 000 ith tills addition Bow Isian will have altogetier file elevators A nieetint, of the members Oc t local branch of the Farmers' C operative rlcvator Co held Saturday last in R 3 Beattie B oftic Ihree dlrectoll were appointe n DC Pew J Murr and C I Icnrj The two latter were e mere, nto> the.; matter of assays, which did. show, up very well and Wanks. Also there was not-the-.rush into, the district as at'Porcupine in. Ontario important" values prove 'when'testing rocks of.the district which were supposed to be gold bear- ing I found associations a yellow mineral "pyrite" only a sulphide of iron which is distributed almost every- where and may show a trace of gold in any locality. .1 am in the field of prospecting gineering and would be interested to [md if the indications of gold are be ing reported on favorably to the press I understand is -very carefu when publishing items about valuable 11 any future; worth while I would move into it but at prea ent (.annot get any swgiir ance ot the place and -would consider t a favor Ifyou can put me m touch with anyone who can show mineral from the district with free gold or fur rush reports Thanking you in I remain ours very trulj H M Nelson ad 'SARNIA MAYOR DROPPED DEAD Sarina Ont Sept 6 Doher tv of this cltv dropptd