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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Satm-day, December 7, THE HERALD ECZEMA Also called Titter, salt Rheum. Prur Itui. Milk-Cruet, Weeping Skin, exc, ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO STAY, mid when I say cured; I Inoui juat wlmt and no merely patched up for.nwhllo, to ru turn worno than boforo. Rcmuinbor make this broad statement after nut Hug ton yours of my time on this one disease and handling In the mwu-ilwo u quarter ot a million canes of thin droudful disease. Now I do' iiot ears what all you havo used, nor how man> doctors huvo lold you Unit you coult not hi! 1 ask In Just chanco to show you thiit I know what i rim talking about. If ycu will wrlto'mr TODAY, 1 will, send you a FREE TRIAL of my mild, soothing, guaran- teed euro that will convince you more In :i day than i or anyone olso coulil in .it month's time. If you aro dis sustert ami discouraged, I darn you to Slvo mo n chanco to .prove my claims. By writing mo today you will enjoy moru real comfort than you had over through! tills world holds for you. .hint try It nuil you will BOO I am telling you the tiuth. D. J. E. Park Sodalia, Mo. ItcturonoeB: .Third .National Banltu'n Hot: Third National Banlt. Sedalla. Mo. Could you do a bettor act than to send this notice to some poor sufferer of Eczema? MACLEOD CAMPAIGN VERY If r i'MIN'S CLUB OPINED Dec. ,1. Gluse gif in'judge: for the departme HUMOUR. TAIIR YOUNQ PEOPLE ENJOY. THEMIELVEt JOHN LOFTUS LOST HIS LIFE riqujture, Pincher Creek grain was ir the ili-pariment of .'T' the fair ft semi-mi TJio sepl Cousins Hall last ev Takr, Dip. Awanila club iioilthly dance in evening. Some fotr ty cpuplcs were present testifying to districts forming tlie I'liifhi't Crock These assemblies are filling mucU'! country. The attendance was good nBwici1 in the social llie of: xid verv cntlmiiiaistic over the grain "out excellent music and poultry produced by the people, foyided by Mrs. C. 15. .lutlson and Very little of the cirming i1'8 .the of the to election, each feels certain cxUa Chriblmta of being successful at liie polls, much will depend on the eliictpr, who' The new Canadian Hank oi Lorn i his taxes and is ready to vote, iKsrcc building is being -ruilwrt to lie change in tilt; Towns Act, completion, and if the present plans roviiics that every elector may vote mature the building will be ready for mcc for thc number oi councillors to occupancy by the middle ot Januar 4 cloctcil, and any ballot containing It is said that this building ulll u ote.s for more or less than the tlll! hanking building In the pro- of councillors to be elected sljail vlllcti- be void. This will prevent any pluijip-, A few cars for grain were spotted rs for any candidates, and will give here-this morning and were assigned toimwhe.n I anffered with dintreiiiS 11 an equal number of votes to thc to the elevators, and a few fortunate n-------'" T umber of three at least. It is bx- formers-who happened to bo on the iccted that Councillors Bryan ami list. Iclionncll will, be'returned, they John i.oftis, a iiilnei implojcd by Id ami eipcricnccd men. Out of (he tlie Canada West Ooal cou'nans, was i hrcc new ones it is hard to aay instantly killed last night bj thn j which one will be. chosen, at they, falling of a fifteen hundred roi'iid have an equal chance to win. Miich rock. The deceased was working shaft will depend on .the start they get .in nine east, and at the time of Hie ac- tne race, as the track is good, the. cident'was all alone in his foojn, his ri'.iiningof ilia green, races will be partner being at that time in room watched with interest. I number ten cast. When he returned Everyone is delighted with the hiiy- he found his partner bmied beneath lor my i err favorable and wtisfactorf" ing of the school lands hy the mayor Me huge rock and in a few minutes of health" fill ni rT'Vv u' T> n S tlie lllc unfortunate victim died be-' l.all, Onl.., Dec, 6.-N. Uowell, been going on for some time, as un- fore .medical aid coulil be. sum K.C., leader oi.'tbe Ontario Liberal f'cr the reign of lion! F. Oliver, .pri- inoneil. The deceased was about twen- narlv, today addressed tlie Gait club, nle Ms land was asked teir ty-five years of'agc and unmarried a non-political organization on "fa..- uf law thc mine ,.......land, and must lie sold bv auction, today closed and w 11 remain closed adinn autonomy .and miperial units I he mil or and n member of the for UenH four hours of Hon. 11 r. Uorilin i, council Winnipeg list Inly H is icportid on the streets al policy, Jir. Rowell said: hud several conferences Ovcr this Taber tntlay that George G REGRETS THAT 'CANADA'S co'L- ICY IS ONLY GOING'HALF WAY IN. -RELIEF e. ITIILUW, IH. Ouiircot, Aup ijih. 1911. 'Be much ha; been tijd and written i about "J-riilU liTei" that it might Kctu to me I suffered with Dynjx-p.n, that I feel called upon to iBfQin you of the remnrkpble and Mtjifactpry remits J have had -frotn Ultlgthcin Djsjiepsiiindlndlgestionaseveryotw knows, can give you nipre uhcbmtort- able liours 4od days than inoit coiiiuioa complainti "I am to be able to spy to ou that although in the post I Buffered Wcrflciiting agony with Dyspepsui, I am lioir in psrtict health "1'rult-a-tives" (lie desired result and I have to thank them >le and 8atisfa are all local kept wive and vigoroui. tin market. Nwkiig will do thji more cftctiyerf food oM-fiihioncd :PilU. irictl public. A very p'leasant evening was spent by the crowd who gathered to do-honor to the young men have a very comforta-hle home to spend their evenings and odd hours. Reading room, writing rooir, better hat ever been deviled. lunch room; hot1 arid, cold baths vith pleasant bed-rooms, upstairs. The kitchen is complete With jjl'-the cst cullinary utensils, presided over hv -t iml i "hole ayjtem pure and htalthy.. Mi" tilli are 'l tk rreed From That Weak, Lan-; make the hoys ieei at guicl, Always Tired Feel- ing, by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Compound. Thexalon, I cannotspeak too highly of your medicine. When my ap- ....metife js poor and j have that week, lan- guid, -always tir.ed feeling, I get a bot- tle of Lydia E. Pink- iflm's'Vegetable Compound, and it Builds me up, gives me strength, arid re- stores me to perfect health again. It is truly_a blessing to --------------Iwomefl, and I cannot speak highly enough of it I.take pleas- ure in recommending it to others. Mrs, ANNIE CAMERON, Thessalon, Ont. I Women who are suffering from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt, the ability of Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. There ire probably hundreds of thou- sands, perhaps millions of women: in th> Unjted States who have heon benefited by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over 80 years ngo by a woman to relieve wo- mon's suffering. If you arc sick and need such a medicine, why don't you try it 1 If ynn want.special nrile (n I-Jilia V.. rinlihcni llcdidiif Co. (ranfl- ilrnlial) Lynn, .Mass. Your idler will upencd, rend mid ausnrrril by a nunmn anil held in shirt confjiiriice. Paris, Dec. Declaring themaelvei to he descendants of M. .Dauphin son of I.ouis VI. the king who was exe- cuted in 1793, 'two' middle-aged wo- men, supposedly sisters, shot them- selves simultaneously on tire fashion- able Champs Elyscs, near the presi- dent's residence yesterday. U was learned later that they-TOe insane women who formerly hid i modiste's shop where they brought financial ruin on hy demolishing the search for TO INCREASE Ottawa, Dee. has given notice of" the following'ppj; posed resolution: "That it is expedient to provide for j two additional1 members of the Solute I for t-acli of the provinces of Mn'nilo- lia, Albortn and .Saskatchewan, and for three .tildition.ll members of tbc Sen- ale from the province of liriOth Col- umbifl." wiallel mints m the Taber oil- foremoaticaniimato is Paul Deschauct trlct It is understood that i Crl of the chamber- and one of sari syndicate T Urge financial ts bright lighu, for 28 jeors He is outlai, ire going bifori the council OJ %eaiB of uge tml ms familj Ins at Us- mettlm; and filing for r ti'ellt l In franchise'. A'Radial'railway will no 'f each pnilmment _ _ ______ doubt'prove a boon to the smdlir "Idate though neither pirtv Iirct nor lung ioii'e littk distance from combinations or fictions determine the. ind having to depend on choice uotablo candultte from lor hauling thjlioal to the senate w three On ing to the ilislrK ing accident! esteem at the Canada West Coal mine last evening .the mine, is shut down and as a result n few curs suitable for haul- ing; wheat were to the rajlwav and were immediately loaded xiih grain The new home of Bullock nearing completion and-will soon he ready for occupahcv John B. Wilkie, laic of Taber, and now of Lethbridge, spent a lew days in the town visiting old friini'..... At a meeting Oi the Taber Agricul- tural society the were elected President, R. A. Van Orman vice-presiiknt, Colin u. Groff; secretary-treasurer, T. A. Sundal. The feature nf the was the financial report of Secretary Sunday, and the annual revkw .j work by President It. A- VanOrma', Frank Barton, secretary of the Board of Trade, was a Lethbridge visitor yesterday. I Colin G. Orofi made a business trip to Lithe-ridge on Tuesday. E. S. Bowden is spending the week in Calgary on business. B. A. Caven left for the week-end at Caljary. W. W. Douglas is spending the week end at Calgary. Cold Weather Suggestion! Cold Weather Suggests the Replenishing of the Whisky Bottk in the Medicine Cabinet Wo liavo a splemljd stock of all the best known and reliilblu brands. We lay great stress on purity. Good liquor rightly used is.food and medicine. Scotch Whiskies (Properly Made and Well Aged) Andrew Usher, Johnny Walker, John Dowar .Black and White, McConnclIs, 0 0, White Horse, also Stewart Campbells 10 year old Irish Whiskies (The Cream ot the Emerald Isle) Jameson's and well-known and popular brands. Brandies For whatever use you want good brandy, comprehensive stock of ours can supply just tlie grade desired. We have the kind will give a to your Xmas Pud- dings. Hennossy's 0. E. Tnllons, Vignicr Co., Martin "Frcrcs and Mouriers, all of which aro Three Star Brandies. All telephone orders promptly attended to PHONE NO. 1734 THE HOUSE 114 Filth Street South. Begin Block BOTH PARTIES AGREE ON GIVING GUARDIANS OF PLAINS BET- TER REMUNERATION Lctltbridge Mooamental and Cut Stone Works SIMPSON AND NEEDS, Propi Importers of Scotch Granite Stn St. S.. -near 3rd Are. LetMrldee. YOU WILL BENEFIT BY GETTING OUR PRICEI Ottawa, Dec. business o! the House of Commons today was con-! fined to the consideration of a her of the most im- portant heing a measure to comF-cl Installation of wireless telegraphy on all vessels carrying mnre than lifty passengers and plying between points two hundred miles or more apart. It was suggested that the distance j should he reduced one hundred Iniiles and that the bill should apply (to all vessels carrying passtm-crs'. Hon. .J. D. Hazcn, who was sponsor (or the bill, said that be was pre- pared to accept the view of the house to the suggestions. The le- providing for an increase of pay for tbe X.W.M.p. was intrcducsd fey Premier Bordeii and pissed, and ttifl based tbereoo intro'duwd and rw'd'ai first time. Sir Wilfrid Laut- gave bis hearty ssstnt fo'the was j'lonc debate bvct I dismissals in the maritime province, I the opposition claiming thai they ate! not brine fairlv conducted. Conscrva-l live members that there was' nothing in the allegations made and affirmed .thai dismissals were few as compnrrd willi those winch touk place suiiseijiicnt to the Liberal victory in 1836. Louplllon In southern France, where lie produces 000 casks of wtae yearly OALE A ZEPHYR TO THIS Toronto, Dec bitter cola gale Ontario from Jhe shipping activities The maximum vel- retlrenient, will devote his time be oetty attained by the sale was about MAKES LIGHT-FLUFW-BEAUTIFUL To insure the pcfsesaion of good hair, two things are care and the intelligent use of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. Hair that receives no attention but the daily combing and an occasional shampoo cannot be nrettv Dandruff forms on the scalp, the hair becomes dead, brittle, uneven and falls out There is an entire lack of the life lustre and snap which Is imparted to the hair by proper care and NEWBRO'S KERV HERPICIDE kills thc germ that causes dandruff keeps thc scalp clean and free from scale The hair looks alive, ceases to fall out and has a gloss, beauty and luxuriance. Herpicld" stops itching almost Instantly. ,4 SAMPLE BOTTLE AND BOOKLET FOB TEN CENTS Send 10 cents iu posuga or silver for a sample bottle of NEWBRO'f HERPICIDE and-a booklet telling all about the'hair and how to keep it beautiful. Address- HERPIC1DB SSrVDetrc't, Michigan. SEE COUPON Two Sizes SOc and Sold and ?ruaranteed everywhere. Your money back if not satisfied. Applicatloiis at the better barber shops and huir dressing' parlors. J. D. Higinbotham Company, Ltd. SPECIAL AGENTS ;