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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Winnipeg, Manitoba
V prepares e attack Eist of Ypres continued from Pago and on Barracks at Peu Villers and is Vry rur mouse. A our objectives were the French statement declares. Railway Trail la in the Bazza Valley caused destruction to the railway Plant at pod Erda. Last night one of our bombardment squadrons con sisting of numerous machines not withstanding a heavy Mist reached the fortified maritime Centra of Pola. And effectively Borri barred the. Arsenal and the submarine the reef three tons of the evening of wednesday enemy machines fled Over the lower Sonzo some inhabited centres to damage was done and there were no delegates City and District Rev. Delivery of mail today forty bags of letters from the to United King Dom arrived last night and will be delivered today. Papers and other matter will arrive today the Blue Cross society e. Petursson says Mission of the Blue Oss wild a meeting in i the Industrial Aureliu last evening in this justified its existence. Russian official italian official to Litif sept. War office Commini action issued to Lay says during the night of wednesday in the cume Eica Valley along the Gin Icaria rout. Enemy attacks j reconnoitre no parties took or Marui sept. 28. The announcement of the russian War office tonight follows Western and romanian fronts there were Fusi Lades and recon neitring on these fronts. Caucasian front on monday our at some lockout posts of our Foremost observation Lino caused brisk Loral actions. The defenders in putting enemy to j riving him from two and Vanc id j Otts which he had penetrated. In the Tonolo Region the artillery activity in particularly intense. To Well directed bursts of fire from our batteries the enemy has replied by conducting a violent fire with incendiary shells on the inhabited localities of Donte Defeno. Yesterday our airmen Persever ing in their intention interrupt feel like it fruit a Tives brought the Joy of health after two years suffering. In the sea wednesday off the Southern part of the Island of Cesel our destroyer of Shotnik was damaged an l later sunk from strik ing an enemy mine Laid by a sub Marine. A ship s boat containing eleven sailors including four wounded landed on the coast. Motor boats ships were dispatched in. Search 6f-other members of the Crew. The officers it the of Shotnik refused to leave and Sank with their ship. Our airmen dropped bombs on turkish Camps to the wast of Malkit and on Remon. Explosions were observed at the latter sept. The of a spirited debate on the subject of a message intended for co Denom nationalists. In Hungary Drew a i portent Charity. Large crowd of delegates to the meet j ins of the unitarian general Coil j to Ference this morning. One of the j Effort and dealt with details of the coming gymkhana. Gratifying evidence of the interest taken in the work of the Blue Cross was to he seen. The Blue Cross with its work for the horses m the War is a new line of activity in this City but it attention from Many who heretofore were not Awn re of the existence of this in Alberta patriotic fid stops work disfranchisement of foreign born Given As cause offal Ling off of collections. Caithness society s x annual meeting will Ini Esme Winnipeg Caithness its annual meeting in i dust rial Bureau last night with Edmonton alta., sept. 2s. That the Dominion government take Over the responsibility for raising the. Pat idiotic fund and that no action be _. Ministers behind the message which i banquet which a to be Given under As originally drafted expressed a the auspices of the civic re establishment of j ment league at the Hoyal Alexandra educate on an j to keel by the meeting towards nest to ensure the Success the j fume was the decision of the cd wish for the former returns and Good will with hungarian is Rev. Jonh Haynes Holmes new York whose pacifist report Oil the attitude to Ward the War of the Council of the Church precipitated an scone and Drew a Denuit Cintio n from we. H. today was largely devoted d resses year s fund Board of management of the North Alberta. At the Semi annual meeting in the Macdonald hotel to Day. There were present nearly All die members of the legislature for districts North of red Deer and also others who Are concerned with the administration the fund. 1. Board of valuation the president occur on thursday opening next a great Campaign is being conducted in the City by the largest organized business associations of the City. Phasis is being Laid on the educative value to citizens in general of the reports to be Given on taxation by members of the association in a cited for the coming d m. Telford pre Dent John Hanson re elected vice residents. We. 2nd, Moore Secretary mobs. B. Young assistant miss x. A. Editors we Miller and s. Brem miss a me augean tors. Mrs. C. Mowat irs d. Halcyon miss a. Mcfadzean Virrl -j.-Mansori, mrs h. Tooley mrs. W. Miller messes. Win. Milter. E. Cormack j. Sutherland d. Coghill and we. Gormack. A very Gratifying treasurer Ste port Vas Given showing the finances in. An pc Ellent condition. An interesting report was read by i Secretary who. Referred m fitting Erms to the unveiling of the Roll of Lonor with 116 names to the record of. Two members who won. Militia y medals at the front and to the be turned men who were present. And and revision. It is Felt among Busi the chair. By Canadian unitarians the Ness men and others interested in i representatives of Camrose principal speakers in the morning civic improvement that a regrettable we Mitford two districts largely people being Rev. Rognvaldur ignorance on of taxation Preed by foreign born explained to the Winnipeg Field Secretary of the vails and that the present is a great Opportunity to remedy that defect. Attempted to life before Lander Mission whose subject was the Liberal icelandic mt5vement. And Rev. Horace Westwood Winnipeg who discussed the unitarian missionary movement of. Canada. Rev. R. Winnipeg Field Secretary of. The Canadian unitarian association stated that the fraternizing Between Liberal organizations and the orthodox churches had so increased that some unitarians were dreaming of a future with every breach which had separated religious bodies healed when there would come into existence a Cree less con Ference a truly unitarian Catholic Church. Winnipeg. Mission justified. Or Petursson said that the wis continued fron Page alleged shoplifters gang of shoplifters from Detroit Michigan has been operating in Winnipeg during the past few Days and women alleged to be Mem Bers of the combination were taken into custody by police detectives. Fas Ruc Nable Boot stores were principal scenes of their efforts the and at least four of these it is alleged hive been victimised. Their modes Oprandi was for two of the number to engage the Salesman s attention while others of the gang secreted the shoes in. Marjre sized muffs they car ried. The women arrested were known to the police in Winnipeg Madam Laplante. 33 St., Montreal. April 4ttt. Over two years i was sick and miserable. I suffered from constant headaches had palpitation of the heart so badly that i feared i die. There the maid knocked at the door of the i room she received no reply and she 1 accordingly informed the housekeeper. Tho latter Ivas told by or. Mather Wao did not. Open the door that mrs. Mather was not very Well and was and begged not to be Dis Turbed. A Lii Milar proceeding with a like result took placet on tuesday and wednesday. On no occasion did or. Mather show himself but urging his wife n Desie for est and assuring he maid the housekeeper that she was do. I did not wish to be disturbed succeeded in satisfy them that everything was All right. The hotel management Points out that Mather had the key to the room a d was paying Che rent. He was in the position of a tenant red so Long As he did not infringe the rules of the hotel he was entitled to remain if the door had been forced and it had turned out that mrs. Mathi a was really ill and suf Fering a nervous breakdown As her husband alleged her condition might have been seriously aggravated by the disturbance and the hotel liable for Leavy damages. With re Dom of the american unitarian As i terms coffe Tab Socia Tion in establishing a , in save the names of sea and Winnipeg 26 years ago had been Fitzgerald and stated their Diomes questioned but later it were in Detroit M.D.. Seeded to be meals it As further pointed Lumini i and the out that As Mather had the key to i suffered a Ronij was pain in the and kidney Dis or ror it from outside. May ease. Guests staved at the hotel and i Ever had meal there. Another fact which seemed As though it had justified its existence. The Mission had rendered its great est service in the broadening influence exerted on the orthodox bodies and its dissemination of unitarian ideas among the people in general. The really and ungenerous opposition with which the Mission met had greatly changed. Rev. Or. Vest Wood said the ques Ion might be raised As to whether Here was really a missionary of for unitarians in Canada. He Opportunity could not be Cre for then the unitarians Posi Ion would be analogous to that of a business seeking expansion and the denomination must be subject to the criticism it was seeking a foot iced in Canada for its own glory and would be reduced to the level an ignoble competing Deomina Ion. All missionary bodies were exposed to danger of such n. Re proach for denominational Pride was still the curse of modern religious a animations. Urges self governing missions. Or. Eastwood said it was regard livery Hubert Pratt 411 Rosser de that unitarian missions not Avenue. Brandon and George Avilla needed in Canada because the devel Lake View farm Eriksdale. Frank Ozment among protestant bodies federation and j toward or. Yeranic Union placed the Dominion a in Simian for 1 was treat Rel by year a Hail he did me Good tall. I tried fruit a Tives As a last resort. After using three boxes 1 was greatly improved and twelve boxes made me Well. Now i can work All Day and there Are no Kadru Hes. No palpitation no heart trouble no constipation no pain or kidney trouble 1 feel like a new it was fruit a Tives that i anti me Back m Madam soc a Box 6 for trial size it All dealers or sent postpaid by fruit a Tives limited. Ottawa. I influenced the staff in acceding Mather s wishes is that this was not their first visit to the hotel. Investigate milk prices. Ottawa sept. Committee appointed by food controller Hanna to investigate the Price of milk have evidently determined to make their investigation a thorough and sweep ing one. Sub committees were formed acid instructed As to wha dats. They would be required to set messes. Bins Ham of the Ottaw Dairy company and messes. French and Todd of the food controllers de 1 payment were requested to formulate a questionnaire regarding the cos of and distributions rank. I while messes. Storehouse and mini were requested to work upon the Cost of production of milk. Meeting that As a result of disfranchisement of Many of the people it was impossible make Large collections Fri the future As the foreign born Felt that they have been badly treated by the War time election act George p. Smith .m.p.p. Was. Especially emphatic in his remarks. His District has Given twice the sum asked for. We have worked hard he said and had at last Goi them to realize what British institutions stood for. They had become Loyal citizen and contributed largely and generously to fund All our work has been swept away in an or. It Clear however that Camrose would not quit. I can not make any More voluntary a he said but if necessary we will get the Money in other ways Andrew shandro., of Whit was referred to As one the hardest workers for the fund spoke along the. Same lines asserting that his people had come to Albert to get away from Prussia ism an now it was being imposed on them ii a worse form than Ever. Wording of Resolution. The Resolution which the Meetin was entered around was As follows moved by Hon. A. G. Mackay returned soldiers to rotary Albert Pearce the has received official information from the . At Quebec that the Fol loiving1 men. by their wives and children left Quebec yesterday in route for their Homes. The men Are for duty and j this is the first occasion on which Advance information has been received regarding the arrival of a mixed party. It is expected that they will arrive at the . Sta Tion on sunday evening. The names Are Archibald Kellas 655 Dudley Avenue Altham Jackson 1532 Alex Ander Avenue Bert Hiscock 157i Al Gin Avenue Edward Towner Core of Puj Surv Gervice by the Dominion gov Winnipeg musicians association Ern Lent has made it the imperative duty of the Dominion of Canada to take care of dependents of All who enlist and whereas the War time franchise act recently passed has made it More difficult to raise funds in certain parts of the province therefore be it resolved that we affirm our Reso a face origin of interesting figures contained in bulletin issued by census Branch Ottawa sept. Race origin of the people of the three provinces is dealt with in a bulletin issued by the census Branch today. The figures Given Deal with the situation As revealed in the census of june 1. 1916. show the population reported on that Date per sons of British origin constituted 57.76 per cent in Manitoba 54.5 per cent in Saskatchewan and per in . The French race possessed per cent of the Popula Tion of Manitoba and about a per of that of Saskatchewan i and Alberta. Persons German origin represented 4.67 per cent of the population of Manitoba -11.9 per cent of Saskatchewan and 6.85 per cent of . Austro hungarians were 8.18 great Mech _ _ _ Tion of our people have not Contri buted to the fund whereas the enforcement f Corn Herbert both. . Mrs. Dalby. Bijou Block Herbert Allen general de livery Albert Overton and Pochard Mackie Portage la Prairie class Andrew Antonio 237 Ball Avenue Robert Brown Garry Street Thomson Harper. 397 William ave nue George Parkin 352 Elgin ave i nue Georg c Hampton general de sick child by forcing him to Swallow nauseous oils and mixtures. Children these remedies and this leads them to hide the Little ills until serious trouble results. Most of child Hood s troubles originals in constipation and disorders of the stomach. To Correct these conditions you will find nothing better than Chamberlain s tablets one Tablet at bedtime will do the work and Nike your child Bright and sunny the following morning. The Liveris stimulated the stomach and the bowels and gently. Little folks appreciate them. 35 of All Unkn. Arunm mediate co., Toronto even Cross sick children love syrup of figs look feverish Luious constipated take no chances i California syrup of figs i can harm tender stomach liver bowels placed much in Advance of the United states in the problem of the solution of Christian Union. Justifying the establishment of missions in Canada or. Westwood said that As never before the souls of men were adrift upon a great sea of uncertainty and doubt. God might be in his heaven but to Many it was doubtful whether his spirit was at All present upon his each. Or. Westwood said that a Sepa rate department for Canadian mis Sions should be established to Bear to the Parent body the same relationship that the British self governing dominions bore to the Mother land. The Resolution containing an expression of Good will and licit us regard Foj co religionists in Hungary was adopted at to Day s session of the unitarian Gener Al conference. As the United Statos and i British governments have declined to permit the Resolution to be Des patched to Hungary it will be entered upon the minutes of the conference. This afternoon Rev. George Hart of new Orleans attempted to Intro Duce a Resolution condemning the Council report and placing the con Ference on record As heartily a sympathy with the allies but it was thrown put because it had not been regularly introduced. Mcdonald of Mcwarren for duty staying Over on furlough at Caro Bellton . Brandon Council hears serious report from health officer and decides to act. I Brandon Man., sept. The committee meeting of the pity Council held tonight a. Communication from the health officer or. Solton was read in which a stated that Many recommendations made by his department the Council Are never acted upon As re Gards tie milk regulations. Some Ost startling statements were made especially regarding the health of children in this City. Aid. Colemar. Stated that he had it pm the Best authority Itiat the rate infantile mortality in this City is the second largest on this continent the City of Montreal Beins the largest. Aid Coleman asked if More use could not be made of the Public health nurses in the City and urged that Steps be for the establishment of a Wel Are station. The Council decided to 1 ook further into this matter and to Ake Steps line if possible after several years endeavouring to a plan of the cemetery plots during which time the matter had be ome practically a standing joke the Council tonight were informed that the plan is finished and tribute was paid to the present Engineer for his promptness in getting this ready. A. Communication was received from the Deputy minister of Justice asking1 Lor the Council if possible to provide free accommodation for the two tribunals appointed under the military service act it was decider to offer them the use of the Council chamber. As the outcome of a joint letter from four of the. Mern Bers of the City treasurer s staff asking for an increase of salary it was decided to bring them All up to the even one Hundred dollars a month. The coun cil decided it it can arranged to assist the school Board in cutting expenses by offering them the use of the Council chamber their meet ing a. Letter will be Serit suggesting that they wish the Council will meet them along these lines. A letter was read from the chief police re the absence of the around keeper from Trio wit you. Leave or. Grant the a Bove who was asked to explain and save As his reason that having received a letter from the National service Board Asling his Aid m gathering in the Harvest he went Sut on a farm there to tins said no routine work to keep him m the City at that time. He tried to get permission to go he but could not get in touch with anyone a authority. The result was Tia. The Council will not pay Grain. last month s salary. Do fat discovery of Anthracite. Ottawa. Sept. 2s. Doubt is expressed at the geological Survey Branch of the mines department that important discoveries of Anthracite have been made in tin Salmon River District of Queen s county Brunswick. The presence of Bitu Minous Coal in that area has been known for some time but the re ported discovery of Anthracite 13 questioned till further evidence is available. Tell your wife corns Jet off does t Hurt a bit to lift corns or calluses off with fingers. Is of a twine of pain or soreness before applying or afterwards. This May sound like a. Dreamt to Corn pestered men and women who have been cutting filing and Wear ing torturous plasters. Yes corns lift out and calluses Peel off As if by magic. A Small bottle of free zone costs but a few cents at any drug store. Apply a few drops directly upon your tender Corn o r callus and instantly the disappears then shortly the Corn or callus will be so Loose that it lifts off. I rezone dries in Saint by. It Doeskin t eat out the Corn or callus but just shrivel ii up so it lifts away with even irritating the surrounding skin. Women should keep a. Vav Omaru a. Tiny bottler Handy on the v Dresser and never let a Corn or callus ache twice. C provinces. Males of the Ages 20 to 34 numbered in Manitoba Canadian born born air the British and of foreign birth. In Saskatchewan the c Nadain born of this age numbered the British born and the foreign born in Alberta the numbers were can Adian born. British born s22, and foreign born Lution of july 11, and respectfully suggest that the Dominion govern i ment should forthwith accept the responsibility and take the necessary j Steps to provide sufficient funds to j i take care of All dependents of our j soldiers and that this no further Cleavall no water soap Wiir remove stains of All kinds from rugs and carpets. Cleavall is As necessary in your House As a Broom. 1-lb. Tin 25c. Sold by All grocers Cleavall soap mfg. Co., Ltd. 16 Sheppard St. Toronto. 5-7-17 packet of veterans hold Church 1 Steps next year s the great War veterans will hold their Church parable on the afternoon of oct. 7. To Grace Church where a. Special service will be con ducted by the pastor. Or. J. E. Hugh son. The . Baad in their new. Uniforms will Lead the procession. The occasion will dual Annivera Chason w it will be the first anniversary of the . Association and the first anniversary of the capture of Regina Trench which took place on maternal nursing Toronto doctor says Canadian mothers fail in duty. Ottawa. Onu sept. Alan Brown who is in charge the child Hygiene department this morning in an address to the Dele Gates of the Canadian Public health oct. 8. Last year. The Parade will association deplored the fact that form up on King Street at 2.15. And Canadian mothers do not do their the line of March will is on. King Fluty in respect to maternal nursing. To Market East on Market to main he. Quoted to prove that South on main to Portage West on american women and even foreign Portage to Donald North on Donald to Ellice and thence to the Church. Citizens who will lend their motors to convey returned crippled soldiers from the various hospitals Are asked ahead of this re to notify Secretary Garry -1298. S returned lives and for women were 50 per cent. Their can Diaff Sisters in Spect. Ninette suggestion d. A. M.d., of Ninette Man., then moved a Resolution that Steps be taken to obtain legislation _ j which would1 provide for the securing last 1 of Complete birth statistics. He Felt ends Reed a i that insufficient attention was being kill More flies than of any stick Fly Catcher clean to handle. Sold by All druggists. Grocers and general to rent in Crescent Wood we have a Large Well built House on Harvard to lease. This House is steam heated has six bedrooms two. Heated Sam rooms two bathrooms and every modern convenience. For further particulars enquire Eastern loan investment 301 Somerset bldg. Phone main 5232 Fred w. Law Bettj pwned camerons to hold reunion peevish coated liver and bowels sour waste. When listless p cold breath bad. Of s i loss t i stomach chamberlains a meeting of the returned came Ron highlanders of Canada was held at 8 o clock last night in the rooms of the great War veterans it. M. Hutchison occupying the chair. It was carried unanimously tha the first annual re Union be held in the Royal Alexandra hotel on oct. 12 at s . A lengthy a musical pro gramme has teen arranged to follow a sumptuous dinner tickets for which can now be obtained from the com Mittee or at the rooms of the g. V. The areas to be invited. J it by major d. M. In. A camerons by formed with full exe it ers and reception so j Coli Mitoses. A i nes a w. A. And and m party included lust. G. W. Mcghee Royal Garrison artillery who has been serving wife the Imperial forces i Ince May 1015. He is a member of i the firm of. Rothwell Johnson Berg. I Man. And Mcghye. And he was Wel corned Home by Hon. Thomas John i minister of Public works s. J. Rothwell nk.c., major g. W. An Drews . And or. Bullock. Other officers who arrived were Lieut. J. D Robinson 78th battalion Lieut. Lexander 16th Canadian scottish Toronto Street cleaners strike. Toronto sept. Street cleaners and garbage men decided to go on strike this evening refusing to go to work any longer under Street commissioner g. B. Wilson. Strike is the direct outcome of a Flag incident the commissioner tearing a Flag off one of the trucks but the trouble is a Long standing feud ii the department. men Are involved. Lieut. E j. Smith 72nd battalion Vancouver and Lieut. In s. Ross j 47th battalion Vancouver. Pet. Wilfred 1st c.m.k., Norwoo Grove and pet. J. J. Pioneers Edmonton also returned. New dangers of constipation Law of Jungle acid Cut this old English of the Nev York times 01 s others led doctors to suppose i Ali i Manv condfi7otis of Ehr Wilc i debility Rue Airia Tau and Osiier i disorders Are due to poisoning j Uiki Saltley conditions in the Large Tine and it has been tin Aiice and Belgium the j lowering of the vitality re suiting from b eci be vie syrup of hand Back with contempt any Ether fir in s a n tic in can s of saves Frei perhaps from Iota and douches am to in Tau. The the the driven Down the in to the links which is or Tou i the following formula a. And prove Especial la and add to it u rim of hot vat r and 1 ounces of granulated Snesar stir Lii ill Lii solved. Take one times i Clay. This will often Erlna Ali pick Relief from distressing head nostrils should open. Lie come easy hearing in As the m the us Luh is i reduced. Varmint used in his Way act i directly upon the blood mid mucous sir Fuchea of the system and Lias i list topic action that Finci states Ohrn nine the desired results. The pre rur Nion is Eniy to make costs Little and is Plena ant to the. Every person who. Has Warrah Bould go e this treat ment a b it was the voice of the meeting that All returned men who have at any time served with a Cameron unit overseas must make a Point to be present at the re Union and the meeting was brought to a successful conclusion by sing in the National Anthem. Crescentia has spent years the study of scientific palmistry. She has studied hundreds of Dif Ferent hands her knowledge is at your disposal. Consult. Crescentia the celebrated scientific psalmist Steele blk., Cor. Portage s Corton. Bouts 2 to 6 . 7 to 9 pm. Sir George Bury at Brandon. Brandon Man., sept. Sir Geo Bury returning East from a trip of inspection to the coast stopped off Here tonight in company with Grant the night in the the East in the City leaving Nior Ninor. For asthma asthma and even of Long steading and of the most distressing severity robbed by this reliable rent Etc two sics 25c. And nto the not lir Bush the instinct j of self preservation but through a Urey moral uprising against what seemed to them an in tolerable the United states was forced to mrs. Alice r. . H use idiom Tamiji Islrea for or min i s sch oui Couke by Massa thus eur. Janet m. Will. Inc summer school editor and Aguior. Frs. Curl Stone Freder ick noted Domestic science authority head of Appl crot t Experiment station York. Miss Alice principal of miss Farmer s school of cookery. Massachusetts. Mrs. X. Dunlan Domestic science Illinois. Jux architect. I Atli Oil 1 a Cailo a Lici Oncy Engineer 7er Jcj. Mrs. Nellie Keokee conc i i old consultant the same reason conclusions by the namely that this same Earth could be no place for the decent peo ple to live in if one Power were permitted to so on and use physical and moral person to sweep out of its path a. T j j f is that Dis that every obstacle to its dominations. Course As time goes on minor Issue added to the cause for we Are and the Reat primary Issue becomes obscured. We must remember that Grea i Issue and keep it always before us. Questions of territorial adjust men and the minor arrangement of a complicated kind important As they Are and will be in the making of must be judged finally in reference to our one supreme object. Thev Are Good or bad As they do or do not contribute to that object Are we getting nearer to goal notwithstanding Many Cour Sementa i firmly believe we Are. It a True that owing to the temporary disablement of Russia the allies military efforts Nave not been crowned with decisive results this year won consid Erable Success on every Trent but one and the allies Are pressing Back the enemy. The entry of America has been a great encouragement to the. Small the continued heroic Al get in small1 nations such As the serbians and. The romanians who after All have been the greater sufferers from this has not received the attention that it deserves. Entry of the United states has meant much to them. Largely exiled almost overwhelmed they find the Advent of the United states a Bright Beacon of Hope and a. Guarantee their ultimate moving the disused a child win appeared in the Rinal stage of what was believed to be to form of tuber Cular joint Wien operated on the lower. Intestine with the exception of nine in hed. Was removed and the portion left was joined to tiie Smallen intestine. The Resu t was astonishing. In a week s time the internal organs resumed All their Normal functions Rand in a Lew weeks the patient was apparently in. Perfect the lower intestine can never get into this condition if internal Baths Are used. A u Cascade cleanses the lower All Tina menace intestine its entire length thoroughly pure warm water and removes All poisonous waste which is such a m to health. Is. A Sample oily of Many hundreds of letters we have in our files . Public works. Ottawa. Out., Jan. Olst. 1916. Or. Cabs. A. Tyrrell Toronto dear words. 1 can assure you. Quite fail me. To express my satisfaction and Ness to Vou for inventing such a humane and comm ii senso remedy Tor stomach troubles As the a. T Cascade b or the pass 15 years i have Sud Erua Tom have never the persian enl Pellet from medicines As e have had i consider it the Best in vestment i have made and would n without it a it one Hundred times. In i consider that those who Are inflicted As i was Are Makl Nir. The nil Shakt if. Their lives to bet without one. Of you cascades. Wishing you every in your efforts for suffering humanity. I am. Dear. Sir yours truly grateful p. And address will be Lur in had if requested. It is nature s cure for constipation. 1s now Beins used by Over canadians and americans with great Suc Cess. The a. B. A. la nor Jie ios shown and explained by Harry Mitchell d.p., 456 Avenue it where a most interest is Booklet called. Man of to Day is Only of per cent on request ii you Fer. Write to-i3ay Tor to .i.us. A. Il.p., 1.55 Collesa -n.ee, these talented women will work in your Kitchen through the Kitchen Cabinet Hoosier s Council of Domestic science authorities includes most capable the most experienced and Clever women in the whole realm of household and. All these women Are at your service Ali Routi the medium of the Hoosier. Their most valuable ideas Are brought right into your Kitchen for daily use. Many of them Are built right into the Hoo meet when a Hoosier promises you instant practical suggestions. For instance All Hoosier cabinets now have Force lira tops that do not rust Eori Iode or collect dust and Are easily cleaned with a a ripened cloth. Its 40 work Reduci Iii time saving Fea Tures eliminate the hardest part of woman s work. They save her Miles of Steps. Thev give her it airy hours of leisure1. They enable Here to sit comfortably and rest fully at her work. Don t go on working Long hours on your sier. Other co we to you in the form i deliverance especially when you can buy a Hoosier by our easy payment plan. Prices Range from to com e in today and see these a bidets. Look exclusive Housier vital Piirto. No Yllic _ Cabinet has it. The Hoosier store 368 Portage ave. Winnipeg Man. Phonic 2828
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