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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TTTE LKTniHUDOE DAILY HBRAM) stlii.v. December ttli, SOME WORKING GIRLS LOSE TOO Til FIENDISH PLOT OF FRENCH GIRL WHO HARBORED HATRED TO RELATIVES Two GirU Tell How To Avoid It. The're'is nothing that tenches scow than "experience. We therefore from tho'letters of tv.-o girls whu suf- fered and were restored to health. Tht Id prelrnd thai be VMS li- ed lo buy a cmv oi the old people the old man in ihe held. his return he. was t" kill the ,ili! wife und ihe s-rrvaur, nuilanS; luc (iebij.ea rcsllif eeil ol CI.SNCOK, Ovr., Auo. isUi. 1911 amendment to the address v Hruit-a-lives were so beneficial to J rejected by the commons at h distressing inform YOU ul thai I wish to i Iheir result. Although I have, in suffered with Dyspepsia, 1 am now in pWfe'ct health. ''Fniit-a-tives" accora- was arreMi'il and confessed, sa; she eameil S4H monthly in broker's office and tliat her relatives Constipation. _ N. C. STIRLING. "Hntit-a-tives" will cure evert trace f Sour Stomach ll.uliiiir, Pain After llilionsneu ihaii disinheriied her and she sought, mince. ble tonics, is the ouly remedy In of fruit juices and ce, j fill! box.T'for tri.l size, w nu( punish her. as ac-; or st.nt receipt of price cording lo the I'rench the crime t-y t-Yuit-a-tivcs Limited, Oti lintl not been comn.-iitril. The police; b'e Compound all the names. Il is sared my life. Iam that some other disinherited enjoying the best of health now but I was suffering from fe- __ male troubles and j painful periods, and would have backache, headaeho fainting spells. If any woman would like to write to me f her letter and tell E. Pinkham's Vegetable UVSIt, Tiahoraingo, OkUt. eil ihr blood money pif ON IHE TUHFF It wns first division KIOII and as is usually the case first divisions aUvai-ti'il a large num- ber of spectators to Oi'-' salients. The leader's amendment was as fol- lows "We beg to report to your royal highness thai in rleclions of'.Macdonuld and Kii-helie" there, were practices calculated to terrorize, and corrupt the electorate which wore connived at by your ministers ami which deserve the reiisun.- oi ihe Sir Rodolphe then asked Mr. Mar- cii .i( he had been in Soiel Monday night. "Yt-s." suid Mr. Marcil, "1 was in Sorel on Monday nijiht, aud 1 heard the member for t'liarlpvois say what is reported in l-a I'atric." "Von must have nude the rvporl in l.a Pal remarked Sir Ro-[ tlolphe in conclusion. Mr. l.eniieux Replies ilr. l.emieux in opening his speech, was' charac reference to cbcauer I cable rntt'S in the speech from tlit1! sps- throne as petty larceny from himself the ;lii former The movement- for cheaper cables hat', he said, been begun by his predeccs-, sor, lion. William Mulock and con-j The pros- KM done.for BE NEW AGREEMENT WITH UNITED GENTLE REMINDERS MIES VVYLIE ADVISES WINNIPEG AUDIENCE TO BOMBARD THE FEDERAL POWERS tinued by himself, but it remained for the present. Postmaster-Cttineral to reap the fruits of their work within a few weeks after taking ofi'.cc. Mr. l.emieiix proceeded to review the achievements of the Liberal party during it's IT) years of power, con-( eluding with the statement thai the house." (Liberal leader must get the'honor of The hamlK of the clonk in tlie par- being the pioneer in naval defence, liament chamber pointed io the mid- "and." lie added, "the policy may be night hour when the ctcik read the thwarted at the present, time, its result which had not been marked by triumph is yet to come." an unusual incident. The two leaders each got a nmml of applause When they rose, to vote, as did comc wUh new, memiAi Uie preference. The preference was the test of Liber- al imperialism and Liberal loyalty to the mother country. joined with the British preference the. active jjie imtmgrat.ion policy Lcgun by 1 for. ''rank Oliver. The ex-minister iheu uirue.it his at- tention to lion. .Air. White, whom be characterised as the Astor Junior oi the cabinet, owing to his good for-j time in the administration oi his pre-, decessors, but, unlike young Astor, Notice To Ratepayers I have opened cpm- mittee rooms in the Stafford Block W.-D..L Hardie the ministers and the of tlie house. Mr. Mo .meirVer for Macdonald, got a particu- larly warm reception from tlie t'on- seivntives When he registered his first vote and the ministerial side, aid some cheering when of majority was aiuiouiicr-d. il being practically the full majority of the (house. 1 This does noj mean tliat all the call to thc'membprs were preseni but the of was. sounded spatees Qn bfllh interstate conference, of master print- Uie States and also a provi- w-ylie was an immediate'7 lo ihe Vridress 'ealVinV {'or donal11 antl Richeliel1- Prs 1ield-in Adelaide, recently. tbe sional tanfl mil not contain (lf t.ominons ior esental'ion in imoerial "owi_r Reduce Cost Living dearth oi apprentices was discussed any great increase over the volrs fol. woinefl she in. assjstance is ;iVen to the- He then said 01 reciprocity "We at considerable length. A Queensland tariff. Shnuld t-ue Mates sistcuce in the reqiu-st from the gov- British naw I claim that treaty was the best way measures u was firnoled> prt.timinaL-'es I to abolish nidi prices of foodstuffs In rmiArlfed that the dearth wus iciupluie discriminatiiig due largely to the. desire to protect against Uussiaii pruducis the trade unionists! The youup is nrgned here that it crs got no chance pf All dp.peucipd on i? a trade'well to remember lhat Uussia is to insisu-iit ami Jjecojiviiig u nuisance to of Maisonneiivc, asked ii ibc minister various publioatinns and irom with the result that it is necessity seek' cotton in and India and tliose in power. Miss declared to import 1he majority oi skilled machinery in Kngiami ami C0m-Me was more of labor had received any the iniornm- j speeches of others, the familiar argu- _ UPHELD THE ASSESSORS Twenty or ihlny. unions j K'dmontoii. Tayi ing the various-sections of the build- hay handed out his decision in the itiK industries in London, KnaliinU. X. It. assessment apjje; have decided to federate inm.one large j the assessor'? figures, which ibe rail- organization. f Mvay company took exception to. POU.S Uirn an appeal to the provincial '-governments, tion the representations in Ward to lockout i: in .till; Algoma Steel T.ll-.lvS BARBAELAXS A Turkish soldier helping his wounded co Constantinople. YOU ARE USING A cbeap rade of coffee, a few per pound will er beveracc worth many CHASE a SANBORN MONTREAL' Works lion T W Cratliers said' that he. ilia.1 not remVefl aW cominunication i cither from the 'eniplovers ,or the _ en ments in favor ol access to Hie 1-. S. martel. Leiuieu.v tlipn touched briefly on thc bye-election charges. We arc ad- vertising in the old country, he said, to secure settlers to fill up the ;ern country- When'they arrive in( i The sir Wilirid haulier's-; Canadjl expect to find the image i io -Ihcf address was then Justice and not its caricature. resumed by Sir Kodolpiic Forget who .W .would nov iiml the image oijus- explained Ibat his -sole object toNleSl -will, the chars- ta 1'ramc. The people ol were prone to forget things, when it comes to intprferetifei tho.se liberties ol the people but v.-itli 'tice in the jails of Winnipq _________ ypeaking was _ !rs made liy the opposition in regard RIVERSIDE LUMBER COMPANY i (o the, Richelieu bye-election. The WILL BUILD BIG SASH AND members of the opposition DOOR FACTORY i knowing much about the contest, had bt 'fended upon not to taken tlicir cue From the leader of the orEcl- i opposition and had made statements Hul Over Dec of the nol be verified. .Mr. Lemieux then turned his alien- ami '.loor' uclorios in Wcsfern Sir Rodolphc's declaration wns that tion to Sir Rodolphe Forget. He Canada will be bnilt in ralrrarv bv Hon. Robert [iosers had nothing to not surprised, he said, at way the the Riverside Lumber anil do wiih (be election either directly member from Cliarlevoix had spoken the construction of the various 'build- or indirectly, lie had not hern Mr.jof his scheraings and dealings In injrs v. ill commence at once. It will proxy. Me had gone into Kichelieu. H was strange that no orated in the Manchester Indus-'Richelieu at the request oi his friend, j member of the Cabinet had appeared irial subdivision on three acres of Morgan, the Conservative jp this contest, but the campaign had which brought irom the whonr he owed a debt oi gratitude! heen left to his noble knight, who does i not make ii practice of taking a hand the elections, but "who is usually ployces i rived in "the constituency he found j engaged, i AI nil-Hide Puitils Hie company will 'hat nearly all the Liberal members, tnal Montrea! stalion men and ihe total" num- Sir Wilfrid l.anrier down, palr-le js hy Sir Hodolphe i ber on its pay roll will reir.-h ahont taking a hand in the contest. Mr., the ex-minister quoted the re. men. -Licqus Snrean, the member for 1 iree por( in Ule paper thf. cftect lhat The received no special K.vers. was there with a band had promlsert a morin6 ivhatever irom. tbe. city workers wore a red nhhun Kith to Sorei fter witb v.iih the excvplion that the land was a portrait 01 their leader., this being i.inu wnicn veit urougiH irom tne ciH, and when ihe plant is siarte.l of support in previous elections. it 'will-employ from 500 to VilO em-i sir Kodolphe said that when he price. R evj The article stated further that if. J'ear- Wr- >lorsa" "onld resign SCIENTIST CLAS.MS ALL i CASES OF MAL-NUTRITION YIELDS TO ELECTRICITY contrary io the provisions of thej [election act. These workers did not hold proxies, but the General power o! "ot "M estimates attorney to sell, buy "ami deliver. Sir Rodolphe n-.ade much of the ;fact that (he vote polled was the largest ever recorded in Richelieu atl la hye.-eleetion. 1-Jxcept in Sorcl and' St. .loseph, where the government' had kept four-liiths of the shipyard j i employees of the late ihc i'linsiriralives had a majority.; There hail been no intimidation and; precautions had been taken lo give' every elector an opportunity 10 vote.! Tile electors of Sorel were anxious to what would become of Mr. nergome, tne as LO wiiai wuum inhume m LUI.J irv oi nourishing Monk's promise and he assured themj means of elec-. that' Mr. Rogers, the new minister ol j Paris. Dec. liergonie, originator of the theory the human, body by mi _ trical currents, has revealed lo the public works, would carry it out. academy of sciences the remarkable Sir Kodolphe. then proceeded .to deal results of a series of experiments, with the statement in l.a Patric to which seem fully to confirm his the effect that speaking in Sorel, on claims. Thus, a patient, who was a the Monday evening previous lo the; physical wreck owing to the inability election he had staled that he had j assimilate food, and weighed only authority of the minister of public! pounds, was subjected to a series uorks to say that the marine [oi iorly-minute. applications of a hish would he built ii Vf. Boriirn was i frequency current., lie now weighs elected lie asked Mr. Lemieux