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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Rihinlay, August 17, THE LETHBBTDfiE DAILY TIERALI> Find Relief in Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound Own Statements So Testify. Platca, I wrote to you first I WHS troubled witli femalu weak- ness and backache, ami was so nervous that 1 would cry ft the least noise, it would stiirtie me so. I began to tako Ly- 3 dia E. Pinkham's remedies, and Idon't hove any more cry- ing spells. I sleep sound and my ner- vousness is better. I will recommend your medicines to all aulfcring MARY IJALSTEAD, Platen, Bo.x 08. Hon. Wm. Paterson and his Voice; Stories of a Great Parliamentarian The Boom Vocal Organ was Said to Shake the Com -mans' Tower-A Master of Sarcasm-In his Prime a Terror to his Opponents-Firm Believer in Reciprocity Hon. formerly Mln- Istor of Customs, la the subject of an Jiilerc'Rling sketch In the Toronto Star; "Anil oh, David, HI Alan IJrcck, after he had B ho veil Ilia sword through tho- vltnlg ol' u SCOT or so of his enemies, "Oil, David, man, am I no' a -uonulc fig lit There Is, or course, name difference between tho Jacuhlto gontluman ot fortune of the Hevenlecnlh century a, retired Canadian cabinet minis lev of the twentieth, but there is this point of resemblance between Alan Ltrock Stewart of .Scotland and Hon. William Paterson ol' Canada, thai, they wore both -bonnlc lighters. The day came when Alan laid aside his sword through prcBg of. years, and the day lias come when 'tho Hon. "William has given up his desk at, Ottawa through Here is the report of another genuiha the press of political exigencies, but which Btill further shows that Ly- each .of the men could look back nt .dia E. Pirikhan.'? Vegetable Compound may he relied upon. had inflam- mation which caused pain in my side, and my back ached all the time. I was so bluo that! felt like'crying if anyone even spoke I.took Lydia E. Vegetable- Compound, and 'I. vbegan to gain right away. I continued use and .now I am a well woman." AMELIA DMIL, Walcott. N. iDnkota. If yon TTflnt special nJvlcc wrifo to f E.'PinUluim Medicine Co. (confl- 'deutinl) Lyuir, Mass. Your letter will he opened, -rend and answered hy D wouoit and held in strict ALBERTA WANTS A GRAND LODGE _ 'eUPREME LODGE OF S. 0. NOT W'LLING.TO, GRANT THE. av LodgR' ol he Sons ot Eng- Ljnil' devoted most of ihc'dny to deal- ing with --the rntinest l train Albertu Ip eslnhlish n provincial Grand Lodge In thai province. ;-v f'f y j Alberta's ilcniamls were, however Considered Vlicy Vantcd HLfLn'' of the pay men t ot 'al! si funeral .benefits hy the Supreme Lodge for one; and llic pec a. long succession of-, tolerably busy years, and a comforting string of de- funct opponents. The lundblide of last September re- -ruOvCd from thq Jioiifiq a, number. oC very interosilce 'men, no more Inter- .in, than that of William Paterson. Ilia age nearly seventy-four makes It extremely improbable that he will en- Ler active politics again, even If he recovers -from Ills present serious ness: And (he haven -of the Senate 1 now accesslblo only to those vessel which carry a Conservative pilot. Sc It would appear that the House ou Ihe Hill lias seen lha last of Hon PatersoD. His memory will however, there for Built on Fighting Lines ..When was at his best, WHMan Rntersou -.jyas what his opponents would describe as a "holy terror.1 Nature built Jilm on- fighting lines and he backed up natuve to the 6es thr capita Lav from -10 to 20 cents. The tle.cgiiLcs thought that ten is previously, offered to M'lnitobfi were ample, namely a grant of L'rriiicLiriii of the Piii capita tax to Ll'iirty emits. It cnii the-" Alhcrfca lodges had rbren iloing rcmaikahlj- .vcll.j the'ii] cV.ibcr ship doubled the H--N. was elected supreme 'president- and 'Randall, Toronto, supreme, vice-piesIT la.Ucr .office._wcnl .lo Mr. Randnll- by "margin', -'jdh'il his c'm'cl" npponent. having support of the western delegates: f. Alter some..' discussion" it .-was. ile- c dc 1 not io "Vinalfi-imate the officss Ability, 11 iiii' arms' ami rto match, he was a striking figure a -bushy heard which' had the actua outline of his Jaw, but the aggressive manner in irhich his beard stuck out the blue sparks that shot from eyes, .ami the crash of his oip hammer- like fist orchis desk-top turiseil men's Bmite But ii was his voice that did -the trick. They say that when, in the olden Paterson was- cry, shop windows on Sparks street shivered and clock tower rocked on its foundations. Such a voice was heard before In the Commons he a Ume with its thunder. Honorable William get archest uote about an octavo lower than" any oilier man. nuri when lie pulled oirt the Swell to id for their anil when Ije -nulled the '.the, eix rf supreme' 'treasurer. secretary 'and supreme Chas. Toronlo, was elected upreme Lrcasurcr. SENDING WEST ALL EMPTY CARS Montreal, Aug. The C.. P. R. Grand Trunk arc already ar- ranglnp; !or the sending Wsst of nil 11 tillable empty cars ia readiness for .the moving of the immense grain crop vhlch ia expected this year, in fact, tho movcnvant of cars west has already 'begun and by far tho biggest collection of rolling. 'stock the West jhi ever known will he In readiness soon na -threshing slurU. To clean. Jet, touch it up with a little -oll on, a piece ot absorbent cotton and .then, pblisli" with aklii.V A SUMMER DRINK WHICH STRENGTHENS dclicioiis siiniuieV drink' is ,'ccd Mis in.a cold split' f. This is both "cooling and bouillon served or with e will lueful JBoi-rll Icilflel on invalid licj, whieli exphins why ll nds enable? ro i 11 stops.j his! opponents --lie lives. called him Hoanerges, God of dld-Mt be- hmd back. Of course' stories cbnnecle'd with tawa. One does no't vouch' -'or heir accuracy, hut (hay. serve lo wtille away an ihc smoking room, i, --.ifp'on-.'a.1 time, a now membe blew-.-- inlo 'who had neve beard" about that voice. He had hean n deal about -tha man, and his sire was to hear him speak. lie vole etl -tliat desire to Number Sixteen th.e- Liberal commiflee room one day an'il one of the wags, who mode it. his headquarlera, saw a chance to gei some fun out of the aforesaid N. M. "Paterson's a good man all he said. is a funny thing, though .that nothing can induce him to speak above 'a whisper, lie makes good speeches, rattling speeches, in fact but the trouble 13 that only auout quarter of the fellows in the house can .tell what- he is .lalklng about. Next time he gets you 50 ovcr'anfl lake a sent near him If you want to get a line ou what he Js Baying." Next, time camer tnd Mr. X. M, rapidly crosied to a seat beside Mr. inoment he nearly fell from lift chair', for 'when the speaker opened his moillb. there boomed out a 11333 note that jarred the mace on the .Bible. On anothVr .Mcisipn ;'a .Gons-arvative member from' had been I pitching in top the for Brant In lively fRehion jiut before Iho house rose for dinner. This wfla on a Fri- day night, and the Montreal men al- 'ways leave -at six 'o'clock -that night fur -the week-end aj. home. So ivhon Mr. Paterson' rose lo reply the man who 1m d tackled him way not there. "I am sorry that .my honorable from Montreal not In hla place to hear what 1 hitva lo say In reply to he began. "Oli: tbat'H all a voice from the Conservative shle. "He'll hear .you." Bui It WBH not all bludgeon with Mr. Pateraon ao far as debate was concerned; he did not merely ronr. hRd a command of sarcasm (hut was as effective is It was nnnoylng lo hla opponents, anil more than that, he (Lhsoliitoly fcdrleBfl In dehKlo. Muflnp the '9o-'9fi campulgn which resulted in the complete overthrow of tho Conservative regime, Pate son spoke In Masscy Mall. .A catc word of that campaign was the "I am glad .to be able to sav ti. voirthat although in the pnst I suffered excruciating agony with Dyspepsia, I am now in perfect health. accomplished the desired result and I have to thank tliem for my very favorable and satisfactory stale of health" K c STIRLING. Why don't you try 5oc a box, 6 Jor.j2.5O, trial size, At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Limited, Ottawa, von out at EI b From'that late uulil last September h-a gat for 3rant, and when he was finally de- cated it took, perhaps the gtrongest nan from the .Ontario house to In spite of, his thunderous voice, iis nipping sarcasm, and Use political calps that dangle at his bell, the Ion. William, .Paterson is a Kindly, varm-heai'ted old.'gc-iiLlcman.' Ifls de- eat did not embitter him, as it has one wilh one or two of his colleagues Those who carry ,a mental picture o? hat. feverish ten .days, [luring which the cabinet' was gonles of being born will rcmenibor, u'lhe old Rusaell. House rotunda, his lome for figure of Ir._ Patergon, jri. mouth', akull ap'on head, reclining on a. >sofa in he middle of ol agitated blltlcfans; a gentle, smile curving his ps-rnt peace y- brought and educated. He was brought up and educated, fie was at Ilrat clerk In a grocery store anil afterwards formed a partnership wltli H. B. Learning In the mnnufacturc ol biscuits and cpnEeciIonery In Brant ford. Later on he took over the whole business and -prospered exceedingly. He began his political life by beat ing Sir Francis .Hlncks, then MiDietor of Finance, In Soitth Brant, by 272 votes. In JS72. He continued io beat nil comers until when he wns defeated. He was tak-an into the Lftu ricr administration In (hut and SUFFERED THREE YEJW Till Or. Indian Moot ourad ire disnsn that ottw lufTerinff than Kidney Trouble, ind Mr. F. A. Thomaj, of Sudbliry Out., b ow of thoK who know.Hr He writa; "For over three years I' suffered from tldaejr dime. First I thoufht I hid ipnJAed my bade, for suddenly. tkilli, u they hid cind my wife jmit btSac. A few belts mtttttt cemplelt cure. I now enin Uu blei- lllfi of jowl htilth, which It to to thlf tnttf." Don't atrltct kidney duferotn as wdl is loo painful. That rid, reluble family retwedy, Dr. Mont's Jndita Boot Pills, hu cured tboutmiidl ind will 7011. It is rqlully bs caring UM its crib, UlkHiinem -dlrBlio. sick udIn purinnf Uc t ton n f A LITTLE LAD BROUGHT NEWS ELLING GRANDFATHER HAD BEEN FATALITY NEAR JMOO'SE JAW Moose Jaw, Aug. A pathetic Jy took place near Mortlach on iiirsday, when .LI little boy pt 'six ars was ioimd oii ihe rond crying t liis granrifathcu was- dead- The man who. first me I Lhe hoy (h'e. spot and found Ihe infant's words wiire Iruc. Tho dead man was Rich- '.i'rri Armstrong, a' farmer. aged G5 woo, was returning io his fiu'in near Gra- vclhurg after seeing his son anil tlaughtnr-in-law nff nt Mortlach on their trip lo the coast. He u-as to look after the little lad in the ah- of his parents, and was taking him with him lo: Ihc iann accompan- ied by a load ol implements.-" H is, presumed the load toppled' over and threw him .under' the wheels of the vehicle which passed over his head, killing him instantly. His son, C. E. .Armstrong, is. a barrister o( this city and was reached al Medi- cine Hat. by wire whence he and -his wife returned today.- He left Immc diat'cly for CJravclbiirg in his motor car lo break the news to his widow- ed mother. JTOSMEK Ilosmer, Anc. arc being made for holding spurts In Hosmar on Day, Monday, Sept. 2nd. An excellent program h'ria hecn drawn up. including horse racing, throwlni; (he hammer, Foot racing, log sawins, jumping and a first dass band will be iii aUcndjinec all day. The CDinml.lce rcsponBlhlc for nr- rnnt'eincnls uro Messrs. Ktandrldije, Ailraleck and W. Uankcn, -D. Ilalderslonc acting as secretary. It .hoped to ralEti Ihc suni of ?IOOO for and after Hie uvenls of the day art; Ihroiigh Lhere is lo lin a ball In tin1 opera house to wind p (lie proceedings. Miss Agnes Ciourlny left for Ihc west last Wednesday niornliig. Quitij a number of Hoeitier people drove over to Fornlc on Wednesday for the Carver-Mnllln bout, ami ex- Hscd much dlRdalinfnctlon on ac- count, of the scrap not, comlnp off- 'Fred Wllcox'was faUllj- cruehed Raymond Will Make big Display (Continued Ironi pjigc one which Indicated Hint the depart moiiL aro anxious lo give Kay.noni the very 'boat service possible. It li lo the off eel that .Miss Ijove, the loca ugenl, la to knve another assistant making It possible for her [o devot nil her time Lo tho business of the olficc without having to attend to switch bonrd. Miss Wltbeck will con tlnuc as one of .the day operatora am Miss Fulmer will still have charge at night. Raymond Needs More Blocks on Broadway This week two men came to the re presenlatlvo'of the Herald'complain Ing, pne .lhat lie wisbed to start up a biuiSuess, and llie other that he wish eel to move Into a'ne'w business stand mt could not.get any available build One of these men has bceii In business In Raymond for. some time but as hie present stand Is not sat- isfactory he wishes to move to A more central one. Meeks Bros, went, through town yes- terday afternoon with a splendid bunch of horses for Lelhbrldse fair. They hud in the lot two Clydesdale mares and colts, one thoroughbred mare nnd colt, the aged stallion Ken- mere Castle, and the yeni; old stallion 'Prince Raymond.'' Thos. Forsythc will.have charge of the bunch while they are iii Lelhbridge. The sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will be dispensed in the Presby- terian church at Raymond on Sunday morning next at 1L o'clock and in the afternoon at 3 p.m. at Stirling. Rev. Mr. Toombs .will preach on "The slg- nlficniice of Lord's Supper." This sacrament will be .observed at New Dayton ou the first Sunday In Sep- tember. Leslie Toombs, manager of Pat Burns meal, market in Lethbridge, and W. W. Toombs, grand organizer of he Order of Lions, cons- n respectively of-Hev. H. W. Toombs, at .the manse at Raymond on Thursday night-of this week, Toombs Is doing organize-' ion work for his order In.Lethbrltlge. Dr. P. .A. Keillor returned from ihe )ominion Medical convention at Ed- uonton ou Thursday night. President Allen, .Alias Allen, Miss 'loja Allen, Mr. McKay and I-Jeber Allen, who have been camping for a veek at the Walerton Liikos, are ex- iccled home.this morning. G. W. Cnrd ..returned from: Tiber 'esterday where he hns been spending a couple of .weeks In the of he Taher business of C. W. Card and Sons. .Mr'. Card e.xpects-lhat-the mines live'now opened 'In full awing and iredicts a 'splendid future -for this town. Mr. and Mrsr, U. A. Amos went to -ath bridge yesterday In coin vlth Mrs.' 'Amos' parents, .Mr. and Ira. Brewer, who left fo-r their home n the eflst