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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915 THE LETHBRJDGE DASLY HERALl) PAGE FIVE CHE TRUE tSt> from Indigeition Health by SPOKE LITTLE ENGLISH UNTIL HE WAS TEN YEARS THE EARLY STRUGGLES AGAINST'POVERTY MCLLE.C. GAUOREAU Sochon P.Q., Jan. 14th, 191S. "I suHerpd for many years with terrible Indigestion and Constipation, I thin and miserable. I had dizzy spells and became so 1 run down that I nover thought I would get well again, A neighbor advised me to try.'Fniit- Vtives'. I did so and to the surprise of my doctor, I began to improve and T continued this medicine and all my Melbourne, Mor ris Hughes, who recently hccami prime minister of Australia conse- iiueut upon the assumption of the Commonwealth high1 commissioner ship in London by Andrew Fisher, had a strenuous and picturesque career. Ho is a Welshman by ttirth and has 'just entered upon his 52nd year. Until lie was about ten years old he knew but little English, but when he had better'know- ledge of that language he became a, devoted student of it through the me- dium of classic Bible, Shakespeare and Dickens for example. Before he was 20.lie was obliged to earn his living a slate school tt.jieher, and, his health having suf- fered from the strain, he came to Australia. This step he took in 1884. For the next ten years his life a sue- find work, Indigestion and Constipation was cession of struggles to' T- T i-i- keep it and retain his health. He was relieved. 1 consider iluit I owe my ho at timM a.botmd to 'Fruit-a-tivcs' and I want to say to .those; who suffer'from Indigestion, Constipation or Headaches, try 'Fruit-' Give this lovely fruit medicine chaiice_ and you will get well the same as I COBJNE GATTDREATJ. .SOo! a bos, 6 for trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent, postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. HUGE HAILSTONES During the past season -hailstorms deposited some fairly large hailstones parts of Great cluding one tliree inches in circum- ference, and a dozen, gathered at ran- dom, which weighed one pound, an average of 11-3 oz. each. But these times a'boundary rider or ranch hand a railroad freight sta- tion hand a shed-builder a, post- tiole vineyard helper; an employee in different capacities on coastwise steamers and a driver; and once he tramped 600 miles to obtain employment only to be dis- appointed. An illness finally turned him 'seeking his fortune in the city to ot Sydney, where he had to peddle books, mend umbrellas and do al- most anything else which came to hand. .At this stage he became a So- cialist and a single the latter from hearing lectures by Henry George, who was then on a tour .of Australia, and reading Mr. George's work, "Progress and Poverty." Founder of Labor Party Upon the formation of the Labor party in New South Wales as a sep- figures. are a long way behind exist- I aratc entity "Mr. Hughes threw bis ing hailstone records, for on July 8, whole soul into the movement, and 18U3, several hailstones, each us lavgo he may quite properly be said to be as a good sized orange, fell at Kich- a founder of the partj as it exists m inond, Yorks, as detailed m the Australia today. He spent three archives of the. Royal Meteorological Society, where also are photographs uf-some 6in. ence. and 7in. in circumfer- In 1007 a hailstorm visited a part of Indo-China, and the director of the. Central .Observatory, M. Cadet, reported afterwards that at first the hailstones were as large eggs, but tire' 'storm prbgrcsseillliey'lncreas- organizing la- bor and trades-union elements in. the then colony and impressing upon the power'which they would wield if they adopted the "solidarity pledge" which they (he and William A. Holman, now premier of New South had originated. This work of organization eventually re- in the acceptance of the pledge at Molepolole, Bcchuanalahd, of sue a size that twenty natives were kil" ed'by. being struck with them. cd tn size up one by the "solidarity" is "as laig" as a man's and an- the key to tbe Labor Party's success other was placed on the scales and i at the polls both in state and federal hoped the bealn at 12 oi In Janu- e'ections and the rule of guidance for ;iry, 1911, too, giant hailstones fel the distribution of offices. In 1894 Mr. Hughes was selected a member .of the New South Wales legislative assembly and he soon gained a as a trenchant speaker-and .hard-worker. It was dur- ing his service invthis body that he introduced and Ii'att' passed the Early first measure of its kind on record In 1901; when J the first elections were h'eld'' for the 'government of the forthcoming Commonwealth, :the sev- eral colonies having voted to form a federation, Mr Hughes was elected a member of the House of Representatives by a constituency in is composed mostly, of Vhar These workinenV he had already organized into a union of winch be was niade the secretarj, and later on he was the formation of'the Waterside-Work- ers' Federation, Which embraces not only the dockers and the like in that particular quarter of Sydney but those in every other part of -the state of New South 'Wales. Mr. Hughes was created the. president of this federa- tion and he has been retained in the office ever since So popular is he in; his electorate: that be has been re- turned the a break, How to Get Rid of Pimples Quick Science Now Gives Clea Complexions in. Few Through Stuart's Calcium Wafers TRIAL PACKAGE MAILED FREE A woman may have but ordinar features or even'.a coarse, heavy cpi lour of face; but if she is tbe posses Bor of a fine, colorful skin, showin ugorous health and a ihire iblood she will be attractive to every eye Tbe.great trouble Avith the. major women is that they try to re Reatly Foolish to Have Pimples JJtunrt't Calcium Wafers Them a Few pays move pimples by outside treatment as greases, massage; cosmetics electricity, etc. These methods ;'wil! not cure nor even temporarilj move pimples and -facial disorders, 'The difficulty is generally impure blood. Its color is black or 'blue or brownish cast, instead-' of ruby red, jV'it sh'puld 'be jin fh-N in the world will taring back the color if--your blood is filled with impuiities which fl cannot remove or throw off Stuart's Cftfcium Wafers operate directly on til iblood impnritips One of its many nuiok acting and- harmless ingred- ients is Calcium Sulphide, admitted by scientists to be one of the most remarkable ibiood purifiers in exist- ence Go to your druggist whoever lie be and he will ghe jou a box of .Stuart's Calcium Wafers, price 60c coupon below today for trial package. FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A, Stuart Co., 315 Stuart ttfjg., Marshall, Mich. .Send mo ate Once by return mall, a free trial package of Stuart's Calcium Wafers State Street VICTROLA NO. IV. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for Cash balance 75c. per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! Jill F VICTROLA No. vi. with 12 selections, with or without Record Cabinet for 120 Records, delivered to your Home for Gash Balance week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! VICTROLA No. viii. with 12 selections, with or without Record Cabinet for 135 Records, delivered to your Home for OO Cash BALANCE II.M PER WIEE. CHRISTMAS 'offer ONLY! m VICTROLA No. ix. with 12 selections, with or without Record' Cabinet for 150 Records, delivered to your Home for Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! AR from the bullet-swept battlefields of from the scenes of ruin and from those saddened streets where an avalanche of loneli- ness is falling upon thousands of will celebrate Christmas I Well may we "Christmas in Canada as Usual" To observe Christmas in true spirit, much Music, instrumental as well as vocal, has been written, and we call special attention to the Holy Night Hosannah Hark! the Herald Angels Sine! Hallelujah Chorus. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear Star of Bethlehem HAVE YOU EVER HEARD THIS GLORIOUS CHRISTMAS MUSIC ON The Victrola? If not, let us suggest that you visit our Victrola Department We will be pleased to play these Records for you. We carry THOUSANDS of of the test Music Man Has Ever Made 1 "Adeste Fideles" Come, All Ye SUNG BY John McCormack and Male, Chorus We call your special attention to this now Christmas: Record. To hear it is a if a splendid does full justice to John McCormack's glorious voice in a composition in which the Christmas spirit is most exquisitely expressed. Come in, and hear this you will more than ever realize that the Victrola is one of the most capable and expressive instruments the world produces, and should be in YOUR home. We sufjest that you get a Victrola for your family as a Christmas present far reaching for'good; one that lubricates the wheels of existence, rests, refreshes, stirs the imagination, brings into play new that lifts you out of yourself, that makes you forget your troubles, that helps to make the home into a BETTER and HAPPIER place VICTROLA No. x. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for 2.50 Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! Ill VICTROLA No. XL with 12 selections, de- livered to your Home for Cash balance per week CHRISTMAS effcr ONLY! VICTROLA No. xiv. with 12 selections, de- livered to your Home for Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! LI VICTROLA No. xvi. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for Cash balance per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK Nest Wright's Jewelry Store For..a -day in tbe interest of the Knights Oi Pj thias. He has been re quested 'to organize a- lodge here and will probablv complv as there are so many w ishing to cnteL the fratermU It is quite satisiattor} to find that we are in the gas bell The United Oils well in .the- Etzikom Coulee has one of the best flows in Mheita When interviewed as to of a (low of oil, Mr Devemsh seemed quite happj, and though he would not say that a piofitable welt had been., brought in, yet he- seemed tremendously pleased with-the "pros- pects. It seems also we arc in the artesian basin that has been tapped by the different oil wells west and south of us Councillor Peck was in' town yester- day on businesb We understand tlipr t'ip Rice TCS- People's Forum They know more ..than any expert can! eliminated, it' ever it eanMie entirely, by. the discovery and removal of-the Clti'iiu Muaiuuab flUl) lo lltfw tJ f c-. aee Rut with buildings cither constructed or J n nrnmKO ni the health of Mrs Dock prevents htr process of erection M. M. Salmon, (resident, and tfco Young secretary, iat acted with its usual energy in an iffort to relievo 'the handicap of no .liable business lots. See- the he; :ontinuine. Mrs Green and family came up abt week to join Mr Green here The best addition to onr is at ivuiiiUHi; uuaiucaa luta. A, etary "recortcd assurance that ear 1914 Jiigh-claas mon take liquor as a stimulant or. to "drown their troubles It is old; story" with man who does tills His sys- tem demands more and more every day to overcome effects of the pofson "stored uK" In hli system. The Nea! Treatment taken at the Neal In- stitute 820 13th ave, west Calgary, pbone W4525, will eliminate tbe poi- son, create a loathing for liquor and drugs and restore normal conditions in a few days Free literature mailed in sealed envelope. In principal Samson, but that don't matter. The _ .___________________________ position of Commissioner of Public be earned out upon an adequate, even lit ill ties is a good job and pays generous, scale without trie burden good salan I need the ]ob and be- ing a subject of the King, a citizen 'of Lcthbridae and a taxpajer I have a right to get the ]ob J don't think -I know more than the other fel- low but I a perfect right to think. I know' what-I tbink I do. If you like me better than the other fel- low, no matter about the reason, vote for me arid I will-do the best T can to please you. Yours trulj, W. D L HARDIG INTELLIGENT CO-OPERATION (Winnipeg Free Press) falling too beavily upon any one of them. Especially so since the pres- ent needs of the individual provinces are not such as to justify the erec- tion of institutions- of the-i various characters required in each of separately. HAMILTON DOCTOR DEAD Hamilton, Dec. death Is reported from Florence, Italy, of Dr. Algernon Wolverton, iof Hamilton, for the past two been on the continent for his health. Dr Wolverton was one of the best known physicians in the province, a former member of tbe board! of edu- cation and library board, and1 years; prnmiuent on a cricket field. He was born in Grimsby, but Mved in Hamilton for half a century- A" wid- ow and daughter survive. D.D.D. Opens New Era In Cure of Skin Disease We want all skin sufferers who j The effect of D D D is to soothe have suffered for many years the tor- as soon as> applied, then Mires of disease.and who'have sought medical aid in Vain, to redd this. We, as old established druggists of this to )'ou a product that: has -given many relief and may mean tile end of your agony The product is a'nflld, simple 'he decision of the governments Wa8h, not a patent medicine concoet- ot llanitoba, Saskatchewan and Al jed of varlous drugs but a scientific compound made of berta to co-operate in the provision I ot institutions- to; take care of per- sons so deficient mentally or handi- capped physically as to be unable to support themselves will commend Itself to the people of the western provinces. A certain proportion of such cases is, 0 unfortunately, an In- separable feature In all communi- ties, and the day ?hen it will be well made in Uie D. D. D. Uborr.torfee of Toronto and is called the D, 0. K PrMcripilen far 4 This I> doctor's special prescrip- that has effected'many won- derful curas: pores, destroys disease germs" penetrates the throws off all leaves the skin clean and healthy. druggists sell D. D., 25c and f l.M.-f We are so confident of ous power of D.D.D. tnst- have' taken advantage ot the' en' guarantee to offer yoii a' t bottle (11.00) oo trial. You atoM to judge. If it doesn't h.lp yoti, money nfladed. _ O. D. D. Soap keepe htelthy. Aak it.- IN C D. MIOIMaWTHAM D. D. D. Swp Keep. Skin 1 ;