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eiftinn otnc-pr among the tiigitiroa Witts iUalincs. who Hod to Antwerp, stated that he saw a German aviation oiiicer shot dt'ad while .lyi'ifi. From th;- manner in which he waa buried by tin; .Prussians the lk-liiian conchvdtd that ill? aviator must have bet'ii a man of distinction.

PAIN IN THE BACK

Do no£ worry about :i pain in your back. The worry will do you more harm ifaan the pain. The serious diseases of the kidneys seldom or never produce such pains, while the cause of most backaches is muscular rheumatism, which is painful but never fatal. Lumbago is a form of muscular rheumatism, so is stiff neck. Sufferers from any form of muscular rheumatism affecting the joints should keep the general health at the highest standard by the use of a non-alcoholic tonic like Dr Williams' Pink Pilis, and eat good nourishing food without too much meat. Proper nutrition and good blood are the best means of fighting rheumatism. Medicines do not control the disease directly, but a well-nourished fystem will often throw it off. Rheumatism quickly thins the blood. Dr Williams' Pink Pills act directly on the blood, and as they build it up and strengthen the system there is an increased resistance to the rheumatic poisons. In this way many rheumatic sufferers have found "complete recovery. Your own dealer can supply you with these pills.—[Advt.]

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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