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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE Sfflt THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911 SufferedTerribly for 15 Years Until tie trisd "Fniit-a-tiies" D. A. WHITE, 21 WiI.LA.C5 AVB., TORONtCO, Dec. sand. 1913. "Having been a great snfierer from Asthma for a period of fifteen jeara (sometimes having to Bit up at eight for weeks at a time) I began the use of These wonderful tablets relieved me of Indigestion, and tirough the continued use of some, I im no 'longer distressed-. Trith that terrible disease. Asthma, thanks to "Fruit-4-tives" Which are worth their weight-In gold to anyone snffering as I did. I -would heartily "recommend them to all sufferers from Asthma, which I believe is caused or aggravated by D.A.WH1TB' i. War Aftiunav fat lusjr I Ane to Itapnre Blood, fau cg'ConstipaUoOi take 500. n box, 6 for trial At aU of frora Fra Ottm. AVIATOR GETS WORST OF FIGHT: Sept A duel in rnaiins a reconnius- tffo-n, MtA'-tk Carman. wHich. "wai In 'pursnit of the iiplane, is de- a correspondent of .the Exchange Co., who wit- pessed the contest The two machine ascended to a areat-altitndft, and after iVift eight the aviators exchanged vhoU at Abort range. Suddenly the jQerfrmn' fan-pad turtle and fell, and the towards Ant-, EEZQUHIUMIfi Suffered Seven Years, Itching and Burning. Did Not Sleep Half the Night, Cured Completely by Cuticura Soap and Ointment 1 SS2J4 TonffB St Toronto Sry suffered for sovoa years with eczema. troabla began oa her arms and legs in Misters and ate scratched. Her clottipg wero Toogh around her Idgs asA oho goflered from itching and burning and loss of sleep, shsdldnot sleep half the night. Wensed-----------------and---------Oint jaerit and they did not seem to do any good ire Sot Omictim Soap and Ointment by which ehe traa completely cured." ned) iUffl Bessie ilcllaous, May 17 j 1913. T i HANDS BOUGH, BADLY CRACKED the cold Trfnter i I wai troubled with chapped hands i also a rash on my face caused by sharp i My hands trereTGyroash and vere badlr cruJced open ind if I -went out In odd air they aiwaya bled. I could InsedsalTB cold creainand'otusc remedies and stffi they were Ief6 unhealed. At last a friend advised ma to try OotLcora Soap and Ointment. I sent foe some and applied It to too affected parts and immediately found relief, My hanfc and faea were cured within a (Signed) Mia Jennie flndlay, Jan. j a, generation Outlcnra 8oap mnd Outicora Ointment Save afforded tho most economical treatment for affections of sVin sod scalp that torure itcb bum scale, and destroy deep Scdd evemrbere. of eacnmaBBd free, with 32-p Bkln Book- Address post-card Potter Drug i Chem. Corp., Dept. Boston, TJ. A. FEW FOLKS HAVE GBAYHAIBNOW Well-known local drujgist every- body using old time reoipe of Saga Tea and Sulphur. Hair that loses and lustre, or when- It fades, .turns gray, dull and lifeless is caused by a lack of sulphur in, the fealr Our grandmother made up a mixture ot Sago Tea and Sulphur to keep her lochs dark and and thou ands of women and men who value than even color, that beautiful dark shade oi hair which i so attract Ive u e only this old time recipe get this fimou mil ture Iby asking at any drug store for o BO cent bottle ot "Wyeth's Sags and Sulphur which darkens the hair EC naturally, so evenly, that nobody can possibly tell it has been applied Besides it take off dandruff, stops scalp itching and falling hair You Just dampen a sponge or soft ribrush with i.t and draw this through y.lur hair, taking one small strand al a time By morning the gray bail but what delights the ladles with IVyeth's Sage and Sulphur tJyf the hair ley applications it ftlso brings "back the and lu tre and gives it an appearance ot abund BMTO. Eiid by J. D. Hljlnbolham UlmlUd. Editor, Herald: Mr. King's open.let- ter to the Mayor is timely, because It ill stay the hands of the Police Com- mission lii dealing with tho matter. At the last meeting of tho .police Coamiseion tho following rssoiuUoii was passed: "That the open loiter from Bd-rBjd Kiig to the ilayor be filed, and Mr. King written that the Chief of Police is..at the present time and has been endeavoring .to -enforce the bylaws as'iast'as techni- calities will permit" In connection with the above, it light ie said that in many cases it was a case of the draymen not having the money at the time to pay the li- cense, and leniency was shown, to jive them Ume'to get'-the 'necessary noney to oiy. The necessary money did not Eoem.to.'be forthcoming, and a arge number were summoned to ap- pear before the Magistrate. Here again these men, did not have the money and to a convic- aon meant sending them for ten days or more, which wfluld haTre-cost the city 51.0.0-per'day so that, instead-.of the'Clty It would have been out jaol expenses. This left us in a very 'position. only, thfcng ieemed to be to urge these men to lustle. anS'get the money, but that suocessfuL Mr. King'siletterwill haye.the virtue oHiringlng the head, and ha- jwllce require iat-a mattipay'his quit driy- ng, or summoned: to tae court Sat thea! It has. been a difficult matter tor lis .Worship Judge deal wlt'u, >ecause his experience on the city, tesal taught ab- out poer-'peeple'a difflcaltles.iji these hard'-tlinesV He' Saa'. ac'tei -very much in'.sympathy with'the Pfliioe.Csnuais- connection. There'are afsw cases where-dray .en, ab'iindantly. able to pay, hav bucked the'-colledtion on, pa-rely tech- nical grpnnds, and are contiuing Jto do so There seems no way lound those excepting to go about it in> a rarely legal way, and let the court iettle I can assure Mr King that there i .o personal motive on the part oi the Commission, or any individual" it connected with '-the in sense of the word. It nas been, a case of trying ;to meet the difficulties created Hard 1Tnp in a sairit or Youre truly, WJ3 L. HARDIB Mayor. For sharpening tht appctitt and Itlmulat ing thi organi. you flnd hothintf to equal Wolfe's Schnipps, Takl It AS with.hot eugar ant! wlneglassful of Wolffs. You will find' Wolft'fl Scb'napps.tht greitosl tonic energiser'for the viuu organs, QfatMlb ft M Htttlt Hudson's Bay Company- JURY COULDN'T AGREE Saskatoon, Sask., SepL being out 19 hours the jurors who heard the evidence in the criminal case against A. E. Hovves, 'C.N.R. freight man, and Harry -WeMon, mer- chant "of Broadview, returned to the court room this morning and announc- ed that they iad been unable to agree on.a verdict. It is probable that the case will be re-tried at the end of the present list oi cases'. THE LONG LINE OF BATTLE The map shows the boundaries of Prance, Belgium and Germany, Tilth ill the principal cities and fortresses. Ki Ocftu H! mum THE AIDED BY THEIR WOMEN, MARK THE GRAVES V.ITH WILLOW CROSSES London, Sfpt Daily Mew correspondent who has just returned D Pan irom the neighborhood of eiii tells o! a new corp- of the "reach Army He says "It is the- Corp oi the Secton sad there is no age limit to their erm of ervice when they euro11 Vhen the curtain ot night ha fallen fsef go r Uages and farm teads an uncannj, silent proce ion to ei spoilt busine among the dead, iheir way by horn Ian. torchts, and shadows :2nce glwul-llle i the flicker ot the Warn Little old men, mo t c them rat double, but their shadows, amid be trees shadows of giants "Itoeir women follow bthmd bear ing little bundles oi peeled willow wands, and stiaod of wire They cut a few inche from each wand and ilnd it on cros wise v ith the wire md whenever an officer is found cold tod tlR amid the dead a cross of willow wand is placed over hi grave Hour after hour, night after night, the corps of sextons with the wo stem i Invigorated by the tonic action of the treatment. Loss of-smell and mucu.e dropping in the-..back-of'the throa ara other symptoms that show the presence of caterrhiil poison, anu which quickly overcome bj tin efficacious treatment. Nearly ninety per cent of all ear troubles ara direct- cauped by c tirrh there are but few people whose hearing can- not be restored by this simple, home treatment. who IB troubled with head noises, catarrhal deafnsis. or catarrh- in any form h u'd-giye thi preEoripJon a trial There is nothing oet "er ordering .Parmint al- i eeify vou want Doubl0 our Irugglst ha1? it or he can get: it for you; if Toe fo 'the International Lafaomtories, 74" St. Antoins Montreal, P.Q.. who make a spe i'lt of .L advt OLD ft. U I. CO GEISI1Y Ottawa, Sept. 25. An order in council has been passed authorizing a refund to tiic Alberta and Irrigation company- by the govern- ment of and interest amount- ng to which paid fey the company for acres'or, school Ignas, included in' the original 791 acres .sold to the company. Tie order also provides lor -the re- payment "to the. (jo'nipany of the sum expended by tag compa'ay in the construction; of irrigation works on the acres sold to the gov- eir.meat but which ore now with- drawn. I The.War Today At-a Glance Tire thirteenth dav of tho great of tho Aisne finds the Frgnco- British-and German armies still ngSlfr- ing desperately with the Germans fiercely resisting the gradual advance of the allies on General Von.Kluck's liank. The French army is now entrenched! in a position between the River' Somme and the F.ivcr Oise in tho po- sition approximately sixty miles north of Paris. On the eastern end of the battle line in France the Germans arc re- ported to be taking a determined as- sault on the Verdun position.) .One report of the fighting, there places the German casualties at ten thousand dead and fifteen thousand wounded. The German army head- of the Times" A LECTURE will be delivered in the Moose Hall, Higin- botliam 5th St. and 2nd Ave. South Sunday, September 27th at 7.30 p. m. "THE TBEEIBLB STRUGGLE 1.QR SUPREMACY AMONGST THE NATIONS OF EUROPE. WHAT ARE, THINGS COMING TO'? THE BIBLE'S W.0NDERFUL ANSWER." By Mr. Sidney T. Batsford All Seats Free Questions Invited No-Collection. Charge the Bavarians With Releasing French Prisoners correspondent of tho Exchange Tele- graph..pompany; is respon- ;ible ;fot the. statement given out in London today that a number of Ba- variaii soldiers are. lirtder arrest in charged wife facilitating the escape-ol-a'large. b'ody.of French prisoners from the Belgian capital. A' court of inquiry-is'investigating. The number of. the Frenchmen said to have escaped have been placed nt several tihousand.. The Bavarians greatly inconsod at the charges against them This story lacki con from other sources. quarters in its lat-est official state- 'ment regarding the situation in France confines itself to stating that there has been some vmlnor engage, meats. nothing of j importance had transpired; BECENT WAE PICTUEES FROM ENGLAND QUIT SIEAT TITIEN KIDNEYS BOTHEF Tai e a glas of Salts b-fore breakfast If your Eaok hurts or Bladder I troubling you. man or woman rSo eat moat regubrly can make a mistake ti. Bu bi-g I' e Kidneyt occa icnalK as- a weilknov-n authority Meat form uric acU Thicli the tadne-.s thev become overworked from the -train, get U.ggi h and fait to filter tne ana poisons trom the blood then -oe ge' t.cU Nearly all rheama t'sm, headache liver trouhle nofvou dizames slepples ne and tnn try disorders come from sluggish kid neya The moment you feel a dull ache in the Kidneys or jour back hurts or if the ur'ne is clouuy offensive, full o" sediment, irregular of passage r at tended by s uf stop eating meat and get about foi i ounces Salts from any phar- macy take a tahlp poonful in a gla" of water hefore- breakfa t and in a tow days your kidnejs will act fine Thi famous salts ts made from the acid of grapes atfd lemon Juice, com- bined with has been used for generations to flush and stimulate the kidheys, neutralize lhr> aclda in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus-ending bladder .weak- ness. Jad Salts IB inexpensive and cannot 'njure, makes a deliguttjl effervei lithia-watcr uflak one snoald tak" now aid then to the kidneys clean and active and the blood ipure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications Sold by J D HiglnboUxm Limited In the upper larger ipicturo are seen a detachment of British regu lars firing a volley over the graves of British soldiers who lost their lives when the light cruiser "Amphlon" was blown np by German mine in the North Sea In the IO-T plrtnre two hundred German prisoners are seen being guarded in Folkestone England. BlilTISH ARTILLERY ON THE WAY TO THE FJRONT Advartlsement Intention From London, Eng. Coming to Lethbridge Machine That Cilrca Dlstasce to. be Shown Working and Tested Free at the Y.M.O.A. Audl- torlum..Next Monday Evening. A chance of.a lifetime for Rheu- matic, Paralytic and Deaf Sufferers. A Free. Lecture Demon- stration ot that wonderful British invention, the' is to be giv- en in Letnbrlflgo at the.Y.U.UA.' Auditorium neiti "Vlonda; evening at S15 uhnsual1 attraotiou is certain to draw a large audience all the more so as the short which the E.uiunstrator will paj us ]s at request of many of our after reading In the press reports of the remaric able cures recently effected by the Veedee in Calgary, and in British sent numerous Inquiries which have'resulted In the'Veedca Company of London, England, urn sentlng to send us here, at great expense, their (best lecturer and demonstrator. The ii Not Electrical It is not worked 'by, docs it contain -Bo .far from giving any shocks its action is always gentle and pleasant, .stop ping pain in two or three minutes and permanently jurtng many rasei of Rhcumatllm, Sciatica Lumbago, Catarrh; Deafness, Head- noises, Goitre, i Paralysis, Weak Eyes, etc, in a few regular home treatments In moat cases the effect of the Veedee eeems almost miraculous The Veedee js recommended and employed ihy thousands of physic fans in Great and other countnes In week 147 Ved- decs been "sold to medical men In the British Isles alone Man} leading 'physicians including Dr Mortlmore Granville, Dr M F Pilgrim and others have written valuable works strongly advocating tho Veedee for stimulating blood circulation and for curative pur .poses. 1 The list of names of the thou sands Ot private users of the dee nho have cured themselies at home enthusiastically re garjlns the relief obtained through this marvelous .machine would till the pages of a thick Local certainly avail themselves of this opportun fty to test this remarlrablo inven- tion and obtain a demonstration of charge at the Y. 81 C A Auditorium next Monda} evening, when admission to all seats will be ;freo. In order; to siv-e free interviews and free information to callers, the Veedee demonstrator will Ibe in at tendance at the Y. M C A. Audi tonum on the day following the demonstration in tho morning from 10 to 12, afternoon from 2 to 6, and in the evening from 730 to The efflcienc> of the British artillery ha proved itself in the war being respon Ible for holding the British po Itlon against fearful odds in several important engagement! Gorman prisoner! declare that the accuracy of the British artillery 5s wonderful and deadly. -INHEABTOFCITT HOTEL SAVOI SEATTLE centre of tWtip- If jjnildliw Bbolulcli' finsproofrrconcrelc.steel and BDEOPEiH Jl ptr ;