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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SaturOay, April 26,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBBALD Page 11 The Experience of Two Girla lj(*re' Related For The 1 ^ JBenefitof OtH^ ter'lS'yeeir'a'6l3'whbhas always been very,'K^al^hy. until recently when she coni'{)!aii^bd^$di??in?s3 and cramps every mdiii&/..so bad would have to keep her lipnie-frdm sciiool and put her to beu "A|tor jjfvinffher only two bottles of I'J''3i?�!.,S... JSiiithainls Vegetable. Com-pouhiiabe4s-now-enjoying the best of heal.^j^Jjsjtnftbi'ijraise your Compound too Wjgh'Iyj;.;J'ws{it every good mother �to r^ad'\vl$t yo'uijnedidne has done for my^cHiid: '�'Mrs.,"RicHABD N. Dunham, 3n;S^chM^e:Sjt;,vEochester, N.Y. Stout�vflle^.,0jbio.-"I suffered from liieaddeherf;.Ba.o|tM!)eEand was very irreg--��"^^�^-�^,ular. A friend advised me to take . liydia E. Pinkham's -VegretBbi e-eam-^Ifdilndy arid before I hia!d taken the whol? �bf-two'bCTAtles .1 'Jropnd rdii^if. :-| .^th �iEfnlyrsixteen', years tut I have bet-ttt1icia!thi,than for two of three years. Vegfe^'^iavt^ftitlouridi.ihaB dca>e forine, I KaaltaSp ^(JieM^ (Jid not find;i?pliM*'*#l3epi)^'BA*^ stottj;8yUli^dlup,JS>:i!g);>^^^^ :,r:,-. ii&j!;e^ sfM^^ lidtfiers |rOi^ tni(Ah terS hiif Jieeii'f^iifMfed' by the Lydia E, Pinkhtort MediSlhaCofopany, Lynn, Maes. Whooping Cough SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA . COUGIIS BRDNCHmS CATARRH COIDS CGTAILIBHED lOT* a 4Imple,*ile anil eHiscrivo trtatmentlor bran-olilat troubles, avoltJIng aettSu Vnpdrlzetl Cresotcne Btops Uio paroxysm* DlWbDOpln^Coutih and rsUeres SpanmoiHoChmpatooco. Itlsa.BOON to�u��rl:r� from Asthma. Theslr carrjlnil Iho anllscptloTapor, Inspired witli every brcatti. mabes brcathipC easy;;' Bootties the BOre throat artAvfopfi thBcO(ii!h,Asiur)ntf rc^tdl nlifhts. It Is InvatuaMe to mMhers vrlth foaai otaUdrcn. Send postal f or dcKcrlptlTo booklet. AtU DRUQOISYS. Try CRR80LKNE ANTISEPTIO THROAT TA BLET8 fortha (rrliated throat. 1 They are alnipia, effective and anHneptlc. or your druMlst or Van.,aluminum comb, until it maVhp .'havo-. -a right' to be! represented / in the, cai)-,inet as well; aS titljer ;.groHp8v;\lcs!& numerous whcihaye ma|i:}^ .repfOSBiita-tives,. and this. fe.ihV reason, wt'y' his grace,,, the archbishop',. -KaS: ndt,nvade it his duty to oppose "'tliis �'appointment. - ....... "However, it must he clearly admitted that under the present circumstances this nomi.aatioji stJems to he a gitt rather 4ata,I. and embarrassing, niade to appedsp Catholics, who, in spite of the; Coldwell school amendments,- \vhiph are only a sootli-ing draught, are dissatisfied because hothirig; had been done to relieve the situation so painful in 'mixed'centers, particularly since the transfer of the territory, of Keewatin to Manitoba; therefore his grace, ' the "arijlibishop, has not intended by"'hi.%'abstention to aprirove the prn-setit nomination, which ,wiirnot he either^ !i"'consolation or a compensattort'for the Catholics, Vho 1iave always been victims of politics. . .' - "Nevertheless,- parly spirit miist not Aake us forget -what* bus already been ^dog,^-vto amdiviratc^ the condition 6t .Catholics itf' the -country dis-.tticts and'to protect their menaced rights^ nor permit. that- a Bentiment adverse'.to-.the'Hon. Mr. Bernler or to those whom he represents, should diminislj the pietit of a just reprobation of, all that can appear, as'an abandonineht of our .school rights. Gfitholics Avill conti'nue more than ever to-olaim with rigor and dignity 'thatv-justico which is . their duo according to "the constitution of' the country." jfn no dressing room so refinftd but "*Na-Dia-C& Royal Rpsfe';Talcum Powder adds �,a;toucIt;of luxurious comfort. There is no home �o hun^yid but;the whole family Will enjoy thd relief which ISJft-Dru-Go Roy^l Rose Talcum brings from all sorts of.'skin' ittitMion:und .'discomfort. Its wonderful fineness, its healing, aoliise^tic qualities, and its refreshing odor of rpWmakc Na-Dru-Co Royal Rose Talcum a toilet delight. 25c. a tin; at.your Druggist's-or write for free sample tt? the NmONA^ PRQG AND CBCMICM CO.- OF CANUDA, LIMITED., One launched a ship, But she was wrecked ait aea; He built a bridge, u But floods have borne it down. He meant much good- None came-.strange d&-?tiny. His corn lies sunk, Tlis bridge bears none to town. Yet good he had not meant became his crown; For once at work- When, even iis liajturp, free l.'roir. thought ot good He was, or of renown- God took the work for good, And let it be. -Selected. � * * Kev. .7. Pj. Pickle, will conduct sar-vices at Champion tomorrow. Rev. A. C. 13ryan roliirnad yoBter-dny afternoon from attenditig synod in Edmonton. Miss Mary ?>lcCann left today for Magrath, whpro she hat; accepted a po.'ijtion, t * * Mr. Ralph Slye has rclunied to tlio cit.v, after an extonded atay in California. � f .Vfr. and .Mr:^, G. R. Tinning will move into their new home on ICJev- entli street sonietimo next week. -.It * ft Mr. Watson, of C;algary, has joined Mts. Watson, for a v/eek-end visit wiiih the latter's sister, Mrs. W. Price Liudsey. ,� jiiV,j^:' S, 'Phone 685- .f'.  - 'G'iiRISTIAN s'piklsiTIST ' ; * FIRST church' our- CHRIST. S.OIEjN.'TIST,-Royal Barik.,block, Ser-. Yj5ioi'',^^,!li a.m. #edn68(Jh!y. ev-ehl^.'vteistlmouy meeting, .S.OO^p.m;, Thp--^i''esi4')bg''rooni Is opeb 'to e'very-oh'ei'idi^'t^'day from threei'to ?lVe p'.n). 4?;^r-HKe' oordiftiry invited to"at-. tF'^iv'.V'^"" ' ' ' I ' '^rV^J^H^ ST.UDEISI-Tf ^iif^fMNAyjONAli / Bji$^, STUD. EiS-rB;,� ASSOCIAti^N*^);. ;.705i 4th aVj?7 "Sj. Meets eVery _ Sunday, ot ^ ,3' p. D),' vFrleiid'a 'Jntai-�'4tsifi?afe invlfod,.' , V'iJ''lv^ALVATi6isi: X^mY' /\ ^i"*' ,*>,W%^ Citadel.' Bjittfr,|^�et, as f. fancy BO.>^ES, :e�eh ;.................. 20c 1 BEST CHOCOLATES-Regular to 60c. pep pound..............� WALNUTS AND BRAZIL NUTS Per pound................. ....... 40c 17c THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES tree and easy meeting. Everybody welcome. , presbyterian ST. ANDREW'S CHUUCH^-Rev. A. C. Bryan, minister.  Morning service 11 a.m. and evening sorvice 7.30 p.m., when Rev. Mr. Hues'tis, provincial secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance will preach. ; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Stranget* always welcome. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN- - Minister, Rev. A. Cf, Cameron, Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning-subject, "Home Missions and Nation Building," In^h? evening the minisr ter.will.preach lh6 anniversary, ser-mpn to ;^the ''mombeFs of the local lodges of 'tfie,r, 0- 0. F. Sabbath school and'; Biblf clfcsses at 3 p.m. Chinese class at-l�;,p';m. Morning an-. them, "There is a Holy City", (Shelley). Solo "Sunrise and Sunset", (Spross), Miss Lumhard. Evening anthems, "Hull to the Lord's An-nointed", (Andrews). "In the Last Days it shall come to Pass", (Rog-; ers). Offertory solo, "Lead Kindly Light", (D. Pugbe-Bvans), Mr. G. 13./ Fleming. .Strangers .always' wel^.-i come. NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ELECT New York, April 25.-^he American Newspaper Pusblishers asociation at their convention today re-elected its president, Elbert F. Baker, of the Cleveland Plalndealer, John St-ewart Bryant, of the Richmond Times-Despatch, was chosen aecratary ; and W. ,T. Pattison, of the 'New'Y'ork.Eifrenlng Proven Qaalit^j -When choosJngMivnware itl is both econonny andeatisfac- � ^ tion to pnrdbuse This br4nd, known u "SilntrTbte thatWutrs'f ranks Amt in quality and has becjn best forover: 60 yearo. Made intha , heaviest grade of.'plfie,^ SoMbyll^adtav.! Post treasurer. H-. L. BrldgmaniSof: the Brooklyn Standard, -wtfa eiect^fl vice president. i Surprising Results from the Use of Newbro's Tliie manufacturers, make - -no ; O.J.^Iiiis of hair growing ic[iialj,^ies. or durative value .for BTelrpic^ae. Biifr , the accompanyiii^ vletter' � '-from-j\[rs. 0. K., Siiaajp'/ o�"';;iu-^ -Veriio, Ala,, which" conieV'ybluii-tarily and unsolicited, is a glo-w-ing tribute to the ' -wonderful ]3ower for good concealed in this well knoAvn scalp phophylactic. 3 Read Mrs. Sharp's Letter � ' Luverne, Ala., Feb. 18, 1918.  I want to give my testimony on the wonderful results of uaing Herpicide. Deeembefc 14Ui 1911); we adopted a little: girl from the Orphanage. Her head was almoat-^ntlrelyoovereiittwitli iWihat'we term "sQald " iheard of including anjl as an experiment appllce^tions stopped the Itching. After using two and a half bottles she was rentlrely;;