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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD AND SICK HEADACHES AID. KING IS SURE Saturday. HI OF HIS GROUND HER FOR YEARS And Pronounced Her Case Incurable RESTORED HER TO PERFECT HEALTH .The Jmintfl body the most wonderful machine itt the realms of created things. Everr titrtis relat all bound, tocrethei1 NVri-ons ...-__r. more of tbe really vital organs becoming- diseased. It Is the vain effort of the nerves, signalling.'fof help, that weakens them and causes the excessive nervous attacks with which so many women suffer. J "What glad news it will be to such -women'to read Mrs Gadfce's letter and learn that they can care themselves of the dreadful Nervousness and Sict-Headaches. Replies to Charge Maee Against Him in Public Meeting Alderman King states to the Herald Uiat ce sulj holds that lie is right in saying that the. Golden West Realty Company has never solicited' or re- ceived any insurance business from the city. He solicited on behal I Mr. J. B. Wilkie. who conducts -an surauce. business personally and not i as a member-of the Golden West Co. j Aid. King is .TViWng to allow any eiti- fzens or citizen appointed by those in- iterested to-look" over the books of the juokfea West Co. .to see if his state- mem is" correct. The Golden West Co. as a company 'does not do an insur- ance business. If anyone can prove that Aid. King {is not correct .in his statements, he is' to hold to his offer to give a. i piano on condition that the persons ;demanding the invesiisaiion put' up to go to the same object, if they 'tail. ONTAJUO, ilAY-iath, 1910. "Kindly publish this letter of'mine if-yoa think it will .benefit other women-who might be-afflicted mth the diseases I have had in-the pasttbnt am now; thanks It is my firm belief .that ererr-woman' should take she wants to keep herselt'in rood Health.- taking I constantly troubled with what is commonly known as iservousness, and this Nervousness brought on the most-violent attacks of .Sick Headache, for which I. was constantly doctors medicines without any permanent relief. .Constipation was also a source of great trouble to me and for whidUhe Doctors said "I would have to take medicine all out "Fruit-a-tives" has banished all these troubles arid I am now a well woman. "UTiea I staged taking Itooltionr ata time, but have reduced the dose so that it is onlv necessary for me to take one in a week, and that one dose every weekT keeps me well.. I am glad to recommend "Fruit-a-tives" whenever the occasion presents itself and cheerfully authorize the publication ALL PASSED Osteopaths Did Not Suc- ceed With New Bill Dec- petition signed by tbe majority of the i members, Hon. Duncan .Marshall brought ihe Game Act amendments oaek into committee and struck out Uie clause fixing the date of the open- 3ng of the duck season at Sept. 1st, so that the old. date of-August 23rd will still fee in effect.- Tbe 'amend- ment was .passed fixing the Farmers' Wanting License at ?I, division -being taken on proposal that it should be -5 cents. .Those voting for 25 cent license were Walker, Me- Kherson, Gunn and Lessard. Acts Introduced Premier sirtou introduced several important acts yesterday. First was! that for ihe payment of claims aris-i the- cancellation of the A. G. W. agreement. Another was that will provide for tbe taxation of coal mines, another to provide for the raising of loans on the credit of the province. Hon. Mr. Mitchell' introduced or goes to business, need's tbi ;Oii Heater. It will heat. a cold, cheei tie' room and make it livable: is always a ready help in the many- things women do for themselves in "their rooms. With the dampef .top opened it will 'heat water for tea or cocoa; it wjll dry the small articles that s woman prefers to wash herself in her own room. It will quickly heat an iron or curling tongs; quickly dry wet shoes oc ever ready help for the? woman who lives alone, depend- ent on her own resources. The y smskdsss and odorless' its capacity-of quickly giving heat. It-will burn one filling. It is safe, smoiteiess and odorless: handle'and a damper top. .An investor shows the amount of oil in the The filler-car) our in gahsry carinoi become _ Deaters t.e! ci ysxrs, f-r io fa Merest cf the MACKENZIE ON SEGREGATION Denies that he has Uttered Different Views on the. Subject i, iiauiva.i.1 -jntrooucea his arnendmen-t inr-' oiil was With regard, to the charge jEade'. by Charter, Peace- River and'! taken from me -olumb% sf- -vledlcal of 1900. The sews that he was a- lightning j Western "Railway. Lethbridge i r.iroo Change artist on the segregation ques- 'X- M- c- A- bill'awarding transfer t .WaS U1 that draer The' w tion MT- Gait' Pavt m 'T practicing in the province would 1 _. Statute Amendments Act. Lethbridge Bills read a third time, a] under the ;Aledical' Act to carry 'j their, profession. Another sharp discussion took place on morous speech on'the'whole situation. Mr. Boyie, .who was- in the chair, uled'Dr.'Campbell's amendment was segregation ques- tion. .Mr. Mackenzie, denies that he 'has changed in the At the -Majestic Theatre that he ap- proved the re'cent- action, taken by -iUayor Adams, referring to the aboil- university of Alberta, Albertsjon of a bill in'committee! out V was to amend Surveyors' Act, Pincfaer Creek, .the '-whois-yesterday, :waen -Uedical Assoclawon Act'df'iflOB an Oardston andd Montana" Railway.! Campbell -introduced his amendment, Roberts'- bill to amend old Miv McKenzle bill was out of voa send regular retail was snot was snot -by a rob- theme of a'neighbo, When husband jumped from a he -returned help, he found JUs when 'the robber fired anUJwife dying. .The robber escaped.., lor Practicing in the pro virice would! e to ;oe .recognized bv "some school l college. ancl would! was put i hat th'e thus -killing- bill, and the-.vote taken was is; (j. Boyle splitcing the Ue.by, favor- the motion. i j _ eampbell> amendniem will of oateopaths to ere- in next'year as 3. Ul 1L Gait: Park in Lethbridge. Western Railway bill.- Osteopatns Out of It aave I0 pass Osteopathy amend- satisfactory to the medical aJ ment to were -brought in by Dr.] This giving iasrnight rhere" are- dif- ferences of opinion for which opinion jngke can- "li nMit before the he vass f A golf anda country club wili" be at ;own act. Stewart; Smith ac-d 3IcKen- i ny sapparie'cl the amendment, while, j Roberts, who was fathering the orig-1 mal .bill, pointed .out. that osteopaths j did not -Tv-ant to 'he compelled to pass examination prescribed the medical i assdeiaiion. -BERLIN HAS'ABOUT ijeriia, 'Dec; provisional on even by vote; of J. R. Boyle, who was in the deputy speaker's chair; 'the house carried the motion that the chairman leave'-the Chair. Osteopaths still 'have no j right to practice in the province in spite of their efforts to have the. bill ________ passed which -would give them right1" Cornwall neat" the' final urfcs under the' general census .shows an r-op'-'-iS.tion of about It will be some weeks before UNTIL JANUARY 2nd, CANDIDATES WILL RECEIVE A (In addition to the regular schedule of Votes) FOR EACH CLUB OF FIVE YEARLY SUBSCR Weeklies and Six Months Dailies also count-See THIS CLUB OFFER ENDS ON MONDAY JA CONDITIONS Every Contestant en. The Herald's Prize Contest who secures FIVE YEARLY SUBSCRIPTIONS, NEW OR OLD (yearly weeklies and the daily for 6 months also included, as stated below) for THE DAILY HER- ALD wfil be entitled to the Special Certificate enunTer- ated above. These Extra Votes are given in ADDITION to the regular schedule. All .subscriptions turned in from the beginning of the contest will be included in these Credit will be given for each year or 6 months' sub- scription for the Daily and yearly for the 6 months" subscriptions for the Daily counting as one year, and two yearly subscriptions for the Weekly counting as one year for the Daily. Sub- scriptions for less than 6 months for the Daily win not be included "or computed. No extra votes aiven for a part cf a club. it is not necessary to have the regular certificates published rts order to get the ber.efit of the Club offer. Nothing is gained by HOLDING BACK- subscrip- tions, and- it is not necessary to send in a full club at one time. A careful record will be kept and when the subscriptions turned in amounts to the to FIVE YEARS FOR THE DAILY the Special Votes will be issued at once, and if there is a sur- plus it will apply on the next group. While the yearly subscriptions for the Daily Herald are taken as s basis of computation, EVERY SUB- SCRIP, fON-fcr 6 rmor.ths Or longer.for the Daily or a year for, the Weekly .will be included in the groups, pro- viding the total amounts to Five Ycsrs for the Daily and is turned in at the Contest Department before midniqhf 2, 1911. Candidates in the territory outside of Lethbridge will- be allowed to mail subscriptions up to midnight on January 2, and these subscriptions will be included in their clubs, thus assuring all contestants an equal chance. Got as many of these clubs as you can. way to win. That's the This Offer Will Not be You Lose Votes if You Hesitate. Nor As Good or Better Contest Closes January J ;