Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
SEPTKMBKK 21, 1016 _ THE LETIIBRIDGK DA PAGi, ?1VB- APPLES, ORANGES, Are The Four Fruits Used in Making "Fruit-a-tives "FHUIT-A-TIVES" is only medicine In the world that U.mado from the juicos or fresh ripe fruits. Thus, It is manifestly unfair to say, "I won't UkeFruit-a-tlvesbccausel have tried other remedies arid they did me no On the other hand, the fact that "Fruit-a-tives" is entirely different from any other preparation in the world, is just why you should tfivo it afairtrial, in any trouble of the Staunch, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys or Skin, "Fruit-a- is composcdoflhe adtve principle of frail and the greatest nerve tunic ever discovmd. 50c. n box, 6 tria size, 26c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. The Grace Coal Mine IB now prepared to take care of nil PHONE 12SO The quality IB the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Pte. Jacob Palmer, of Corbyvlllo, killed in action, underwent an opera- tion so that he coulil enlist, and had only been nt the front a month. His brother, with the first contingent, lias I BO far escaped injury. THE THREE MUSKETEERS' BAKING POWDER MAGIC BAKING THE FLUME AT BROOKS 10 2 H ffi of Sereeam and the alard to him of the Military Medal "tor braver, iK2? ELTSS n ooeratloni he was wounded, but has again rejoined bis Eeslmenl'anda'eems to'be under the Imprmlon tot n. has not ye, done all his bit.. ___________ San Rafael, Cal., reauires all school children to take swimming lessons. WE GUARANTEE THE Jubilee Spark Intensifier To fire any spark plug with two points left on jit. It will fire better than new. Can be any make of car with same, good results, A well known Ford Salesman in Alberta "It Is a wonderful device and does all you state. I am recommending them to my friends, and Shall be glad If you will send me two sets per return. I have certainly been able to make hill, on which I could not make before, and the- general improvement is splendid" WILL GIVE EQUALLY AS GOOD RESULTS ON GAS ENGINES It makes your spark always vl.ible, .night or day, and locates broken wire connection or Ignition trouble of any k.nd. Price: ifll.50 each, or set 'of 4. and Great Britain: Wl l S EN 50 THOMAS BLOCK, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA Out of Town Dcalere Write for Exclusive Agency. (From the Toronto Early in the war Tlie Star learned that when Sir 3am Hughes, minister JoE militia, was away from Ottawa, lit- tle was done there in connection with raising and equipping forces for the front. From that wo gathered, during the first year of war. the convic- tion that Mr..Hughes WHS the one ef- fective power of the administration, the "man who got. things done." No doubt we should have reasoned that ALiriY i-o no man is efficient whose department RICHES TO AID WAR HEROES in his absence, lint at that 'time the perils of the war were such that we longed to believe that Sir Sam Hughes whose ahilities had so useless in peace, iniKut possibly I WEALTHY WIDOW LEAVES Deer John G Morony, known as the richest wido wilh legal residence in Montana, has lelt a palatial home and a life of ease to give her time and money to the stricken on the field of war. .Mrs. Morony is the widow and sole heir of the late managing director of the Amalgamated Copper Company. .Mr. Morony, with John D. Hyan, also the organizer of the Montana Power company. Tie left an estate of i many millions. so great and original as to meet Hie extraordinary needs of war. There are those who say that The Star, in supporting Sir Sam Hughes for a year and a lialf during the war, knew all about him and hacked him up, knowing him lo ho an impossible person find one who would inevitably wreck the Borden government hy his insane egotism. It is not true. The iiipeitvise the erection of a maiiiio-j i mum Cor her husband and then depart- ctl Cor France. She has arrived in i list; Eor Sam Huglies might fit in with the extraordinary jsaL-JSSrsas wasSKSsS financing a hospital. JUDGE I Ottawa, Sept. the Hon. !'Robert R'ogers sent the following tele- to Commissioner C-alt. at Wlnni- reports say that you want to 1 summon me for contempt. If so, you can have service made here, and 1 agree that iuwlll be: just as good was opeessy e m, y e uniforms, nothing could be got out of tile government unless Hughes was in Wda, I his faults, furnished the real energy It) Where C.P.R. Crauet the Srookl Aqueduct. The Aqueduct. (3) The Interior of the Aqueduct. THE Bassano Dam 18 the most Ini' portant engineerint work In tbe Section of tbe Canadian Paci- fic irrigation Block, but it Is not the only Important, feature Dy any me.na. Next to It in Importance comes the Brooks Aqueduct. The main Irrigation canal, which Is red from the lake created by the Bossano Dam. runs In an easterly direction lor about five miles and then divides into iwo branches, one going north and the other east. The eait branch, after.'having filled several smaller branches, discharges the hulk of Its water into tbe Lake Newell reservoir which has been artificially formed in a depression In the hills. Is uiue miles long by four wide, bap a storage ca- pacity of over gallon.! and Is designed to be filled during the non-lrrlsatlhg season. east of the Lake .Newell reservoir is a deep valley about' 2 miles wide and it is for tbe purpose ot crossing it that the Brooke Aqueduct was construct ed consisting of a reinforced con- crete flume feat Ions with a curved cross section some 23 feet wide at tbe top and nearly 9 feet deep (rom full-flow water level r.t tbe top to the centre' ot the curve at bottom, lit has a discharge capacity of 900 cu- bic feet per second, the eastern end being .4.85 teet lower than the west- ern so as to create a grade tor the water flow, and It. carries water for tbe irrigation of acres situated in the Bailry Hills. The flume, the walls ol which are five inches thick, la suspended between horizontal girders, the whole supported by a re- inforced concrete trestle made up of two lines of columns with a maximum height of 60 feet, but lower in places according to the contour of the val- ley. About three miles east ot tbe town ot Brooks, Alberta, the line ot o: Why didn't I get it ten years ago? IJ ''Why did I go on trying to sleep: lumpy, uncomfortable mat- J tress; that never properly supported my body? ip In England until th.y bid fair to cover Briliih Wands Thousands of auliaOB enlist here, ipend nine or en month! in training and on reach us England learn that thev rank as week, recruits there The war IBS been under for two years and it is only within the past month bat a style of training has bqen begun here which Is meant to replace the English training Tbeie new meth od. were not introduce, here earlier because Sir Sam Hughes knew bet e. hoot that would have met till- of the case' onid we not have book id orders ami Ifussla once we had sliowTi our ability than Kitchener or than uticneuei ui kind of training ought to be followed BRITISH BUYING WOLF SKINS Furs Secured St Will Worn. In Trenehtl St Sept 26 -British fur buy bought nearly the entire sunplv of wolf which were phued on sale todav as part ofthe 000 000 fur auction now In progress Thej be used to make tips for the British soldiers this winter I The lot totalled 9400 wolf skins and the price paid for all ot then, was, The were of wolves killed in thf United States and Cana 1 d. ChlneM iWns are said to M rood demand They will be used mostly for making rags fur buyers was brisk on a lot at 400 wolf Iklns, which brought an ofer ol 14 50 each This is coisldered a good price What's There? Whole wheat is sweet, but you add the zest of malted barley you have a flavor that no food made of wheat alone possesses. The famous food, Grape-NuU, has a de- lightful taste that everybody likes, and it lies in the "magic of the Then, too, malted barley contains, besides its great nourishing qualities, a digestive which makes Grape-Nuts food particularly satisfying to weak, as well as strong stomachs. Rsady to eat, easy to digest, every table should have its daily ration of ipe-Nuts a Reason Made in Sold by Grocers. JOT far" one of to neer Honor dealers, dead.