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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiiiday, Wiuayy 4,1011. IH* OyiHwrnnriF uattv wr�at.n^ THJiiWlHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mm TO A SKELEtiON GIVEN UP BY THE DOGTORS AND PREPARED TD DIE "FRillH-TiVES" MED HER LIFE . Tim days trf the miracle, have not passed av.ay, livery dny-almost every liotir-"Frnit-a^tives" 1� perforniing;;- tttiracles of hcallnp; iii some part of our country! � One does not ordinarily Uuuk of miracles in connection with fruit jiiicei*,'. -and yet it is fruit juioes lhat are changing-sick, helpless,uiiiulsonielinies dying, people into liappy, healthy men attd; women. Here is wstouc case in which the elite made by/'r^rtit-�':tivcs''w\is noih , f; Madame Tonrangenu.'isufTtiTex^ii: "Fnii�-a-tives''caiid!tliow tffi that I did so. AVhen IS had taken bnei-biOx, ,r woS;ini;ich\better aiid after threi^ was practicaliy WellVagsin'aWdthad gaijiedrSp pounds. 1 have taken; 13 bqxe*;4iii|j{iTl|%n4,;no'w^^^^ ijo^pounds and aiii absoliitely wbll-iio jkin^^iio'^iiidi^estionT-up'cOJiEtipaf ibn-my'^ beirt is sound-and complexion clear. I'or the sake of other sufferers, 1 give you permission to" publish my letter and pliotogrkph." .\, MADAME ARTHUR TOURANGEAU, �" jciiie stomach is a'bag about a foot longahd six inches wtije," covered-byVa'jnuscnla^ cbat aiiddiried with delicate membrane; . . . . , tUl^sisilining membrane should pour out for each tueal a�)out a ^ ^MAOAMK ARTHUR TOUIIANou have any Stbmach Weakness or Troubleof pigestipti, by all weans take "?ruit-a-tives". 50c a box-6 for $2,50-trial si7*; 25c; Scat onreceipt of prieo, �f rour dealer doe* not baadlc them, tyFroit-a-tttenCimited^Ottan a. >> i,, i _\_____'___t__^__II_:_:^-x WIIL JOIN DRY FAiiNG CONGRESS TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS I I'jlght cheese factories In Broc/i.viile, Out., district-will close, the creim be ylng talten :by. United States cciinpeti- '^.tors. - \V. Robinson, prmcipal ot the JuastWaril school, liindsay,- 13 dead, Insert 71. He was formerly hx Rldge-town. � Noil JIcLennan, of Rodney, lias been acduittetl of a perjury chai'ge on dual-iJ^icatiou in conueotion with local option vote. Messrs. I'ugsley and Lemleii.v will v.isit .New Ontario ne.xt summer and ilicidemally select a site iror n post otiice at Cobalt. 1 lie nifiuest into the dcBth o!' .Tohn JJongard, of Plcton, was eoncUitlad, the 'lU'ovincial analyst rBportIng no trace ol poison. A ROMANCE IN A SKATING RINK OHEVALIKK STliAND(iAKI) MEDICAL -r HERBAL PRAQTITIONER 327 Portage/Avenue. Suite 10 WINNIPEG Spocialifi'l In^Skln nispase'i Blood Poison, Sexual . Weak-nesscG, AV'jnieu's Complaints. Lost Vitajliy,-jKcxqtiia. 'Kidney iJlE^afso and Hhcuniatism. �ReetpvjkV Thousands of Sex-. ii^lly Uaiioieftt Jlen to; flull ,M-4iihoo(i. ........T ^ .  Delay ia' dangcrdus. .Strictly Oonfiderfitial. All lettore re-celve ifei'sonal Attention. '� ' Hlgho^it. Eii^^pean .'Gre'den-tialB tor/'Me'dlcar Services.: " Was, awartlea the ONLY Crold S!'>;dal for Medicines at the liit.eriiatibpal Exhibition in Ijoridon 1910 and at;'the \Vorlrt*s Fair at Brussels.. By , Speollll AppointiVi^ut Mod'lflal Attendant to pis Majesty the Late King Carlos of Poni'.gnl. '. ' Nt>TE.-All-- Letters in plain oiivelopo and Medicines In plain wrapper. (Lopdon Chronicle) Tbe elopement and soman tic mar-, rieige ot the daughter of a well-known Glasgow merchant prince with the Instructor In ono-ot the city-skating rinlcs Is the leading- topic of coivver--sation, in lashionablc circles in -Glasgow. 'J'lie yoiiiig lady, who is 21, _vear.s old. Is ilip only daughtGr ot! the principal in a Glasgow tirm whioli has ono of the most extensive soft goods husi-iiCBs in the kingdom. The father is a justice of tliR peace, and hia daiighlor �IS exceedingly well-known in-local so-�cici.v circles. Some lime ago she wont on a visit (o a distinguished Ayrshire Uimil.v, and lirst met her lover at a skating rink at Avr. H'hero lio was employed as an iiiatructov. It was almost a case with rhem ot love at first sight and during the remainder ol hor stay s2u^ was a constant visitor to ihe rink. In due course she returned to her home \\\ the ot Glasgow, and shortly arterwartls the voiiiig man. secured a situation as instruotor ill Iho Victoria-road rink, which was the lirst saatiiig pavilion opened in Glasgow. Although the rink iq at the other end. of Iho cit.v from tlio young lady'.s. homo, she bocfinie a regulni- visitor, and .iccording to the .'iMendnnls, she, \v'as scon almost daily on the floor, skating With her lover as escort. In this way the couple had troasiert:: opportunities of meeting, and the oiii -come was an elopement. This 01,-1 ourred a iow weeks ago. Bel ore ih e .| sheriff In Kdiiiburgh. the ooupie, du,'.y { accoilipanied by two witnesses, weii-e united m marriogo, and on the toUaiv-liig day they set oft lor London � to spend thoir honeymoon. While In the metropolis they are! said to have stayed at an hotel In ' V.est Kensington, hut their perio/1 of. i)lis.i wafi short-lived, tor. the bi;i/ie's . father, who, ot course, viewed the | event with siei'n disapproval, iipp?arcd' on the scene, accoiupaiiicd by a solicitor. I'hls dramatic turn in the lov/i'story euiipd disastrously lor the coiii/le, at least for llie time, for the yoiuir lady relurne bridog.i-poni a violinist,; who had been playing at ;lhe Cnstle Gardens concertsjit 'the Clyde holiday resort,. TliLEGRAPHIC BRIEf^S .; i.I. A. i:DJark?, railway purchasing ag ent of t'iie C. P, K., was stricken iwith paralysiift wliile iu OttawS to attend the fuiir/'ral OF .1, E. Schwitiier. t-ieo. -ITawlcins, hotel clerk, was-fined S;i,"i at Nia.K-ara Falls, tor aissault on a' young woman. A. petition ot several iiniidfe�l names aslced tor lenleino/. Important Action Taken by Boaiirds of Trade of East Kootenay ;Cranl)rookjy,B. C ,Jaii. 38:-Owing to'bad train:?scrvic-(; and the .small at-tcndantic lofi delegatt'.s from ouisido points-what bhould ha^o been thif an-nuaj'wgeneral meetihg of tlie Associat-. cd� Boards:; of; Trade ot Kast K�Dti!nai ^Y^11 go pn lecoid .is a special meetings Tlic'^nntial meeting is postponed to a 'late to be hved -vMUiin the ncvt thirty aa'yb and will he hold in Fernie 16 -was 'resolved to stck aflilialion with'-thei dry farniiiig eongrnss anil each nicml^?r present was pledged ,to, interest; his-own board. J kiwas-; resolved to torn the others boavdssin thctpetiHoti to the provin-fial govenimeiit fpi peimission foi cilv-and: urban district councils ^to havoi,tlfe;;power to le\y a 5-nnll tas a yoai'von 'outside distncvs foi: - school puiposcs and thdl the council, niav hiive tlio powei to applj this and any portionvol the ordinary rates to thn reduction of ptincipal and interests ot' debentures. It was. also icsohed to fotwatd a piotesL against the pioMncial act enforcing Ihc registration of outside conipaniesf doing bttsincss in British Golutiibia;!>,. Ki.! ' - . , ^It ha's;'been'*repoiti�l that tlws Canadian No\'tht;rn'railway will- bmild into;-Jjcthbtidg'e-this vcar, and a com-mittoc jof five was appointed to (Collect;'iiiforniation to be placed.befoi;e (he Canadian Northern with; the ob-icet ;or*inducing*tlii;ni to extend their line iiito:4thfs.;iJistrici. A'lresolution wa.s passed/instructing the secretary to communicate r. with the postmastor-general with the object of gqttiiig the mails carried .on -:-'-,-H.ii'-- - . REBELS HAVE MODERN GUNS No Sick Person to thrbvraway this chaticetQ Psychine FRE;E A third of A century ago. PiyeUlM your drugglBt'u ordtr ne>day you Und you're gick. . ' . * # * * � TliOigreatest scavengers of;thevbody ire the t^blte corpuscles, or phagocytee  cau&Th'of'diiMHch'' -Nighfisweaft ' � Cbllls Mid Fever* ' Obsttoata Ceaghi Sleeplena'oMuid ' lAiratltisand V NtTTonsTronblM Dyspepila^ ^ w , ^ Attar-eflltcU of Plcarisy, PneaoMRia and Now we don't ask* you''to taVe our word, for the tremendously^;'beneflelal, effects of Psychlne Fill outfthefcou- ,\ \a Orippe BrrnicbiUs Hemorrhaveii , : Sore Threat AOMinik ^ FentMe lVeaLne�� \ Indlgcatioa Poor Appetite pon belo�, mail it to us and we'll give todar f ,-Mr^ii.^....:.;.;.'.r.-.;;:,7f;^^:, .StSMtaadNaBber. / ,iff ^illi^";\.*:iJs^ ' ' ^i > -^^StraetaadNiMber............. WORLDNEWSATAGLANCE - Bl Paso, Texas, Feb. 4.-At five o'clock this morning. .luarez was lined -with soldiei-s. police, guards, tedcrals and state nirales e.xpecting an attack iit any moinont. , , ' �OrozcoB forces are at the foot or .Jaurez mountains and Is expected to preach Ihe ritv at suu-up. No reintorce-nients tor lederals are lu sight. General Oro7,(;o.s and General De l-.a Ban-cos' torcex were to have made a nine-tion at Bi\- n clock yesterday ovonina at Baiiohe. eleven miles south of ,Ia�r-ez. insiiri-ectoa are said to have four rapid tire Ktins, one "Long Tom anil tour Howiizfiis ol ancient model. Thnv are reponed to he all armed with Krag .loi-nenson rifles ot latest pattern J The collier Titania, laden with,coal from Vancoiivcr.^for Mt'xico'portsjitwas totallv ivrcekodr' All thQci-cwf? were sa\ ed ! 't / , It has cost the Gicat Not them railway *.0,000 thi.s,. yqar tq.jke'pp; the'six-, ty-scvgii jiiiles pn.ithCKBran^lori open durmg the sn^w-storms Cattle aie dying on the Montana ranges because-of the cru.stilor'mcd on the snow, keeping them from the vited to play at. Bowville, bUt grass. Two. small cbildijen of BIr.s, Gcorgts: jlfailow,:-01 Montrcalj .^cre'burnedr.tb; dqath %\hilc she was at,a.moving pic-tuio shovi- Tlw wer? onl> bix .^and seA'cn .yeais qi'iage, and the 'fpr,llife, dance and supper. The clubiwas in^ have. heii intention bf.^o-j. hei is not vcty fav- the., Legislative 'vaoancy -Ini Queen's county, P. E. T.; G.W. McPhee tLii).),�will be. opposed'by.J.'J; Bun-tain (Udh:i. - " ' . ^ The big Chaudieie power plants will close down IC the dtta\Ya \Yater pres-ure Is threatened'by the piesent low water In the rlvoiv- Six I-IungartauB tried to gain /entrance to Can.Hda by rowing the JMlagara river.-'ali'Bridgeburg., They were caught, ;flncd and deported,? Donald .McICeiiaiic,-'a Grey county pioneer, is dead, aged sr>, .\ twice-a-woek collection of garbage not.antiouncpd then ing as the wcathei Mr. 6hatlci 'rctiiiued jiom l-'' biidgc last week with.a fotii-hor^e load 01 goods,! He is not> sti,iick|on hauling goods over IHiist^J'TO^jlfi drtiil says'he �.hall not go again until the Chinook has removed some siiO\v-.' Miss ffaiel Giceninmi,-^ who has'bfeen visiting at Mis McBravnes for ';thp past month, *rptuined to hci hotnc^at Gram Ridge, on Sunday last Mrs ITughet, ot Milton, Nortli Da-kola, IS visiting^hc,r inolhci,* Mis^ JamehiParkc,,c! Lost ll^ake ^ Ml, Dickon Jt^d k yoiv. bail,,,.^!;^^ to the toal minei, rin .Snake Valley the first of the .week.-., Starting ,toiifc and getting a load with, the . .sleigh: he could not, reach the top of theihill, so he got' a wagon from a farmer near \)\ ami piot-ccrted on his way, but af- at a cost of �30,000 a 3 ear, is pioposcd|ter going a shoii wnv he brokc" an at Hamilton, : 4 ! avlu'"''aud was'forced to come';Sion^c HAZEL KIRKE Prima Oonna As j "LADY LESLIE" With the Stubborn Cinderella Com-pany at the Majestic Tonibght > Used in Canada for over half a century -^used in every comer of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its resulting trouble*- Dr. Morse's Indian Roof PiUs, stand higher in pubtic estimation than' any others, and their ever-increasing sales prove their merit. Physicians prescribe them. , 25c. a box.  TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Wm. .\llou. machine runner at the Temiskflining miiiu, fractured his skull by lain lis tdO feet dOwn the shaft, i\. -1011-1111, notary, of Hull Que., an ex-,M. v. 1'.. is dead aged M). TWe Hc'iiate gave a second reading to 11 1)111 r.mviding lhat a mortgasvo mav be paid, when due, by a month's notice or month's interest, instead of three months, and then sent it to the aanKriipu-v Court, -that during one big W-innipeg fire the higli pressure system was not in use hG'.'iuiso the signal system was disorsnin-/.ed, was admitted by Chief tiiichaiiiiii. He also said onlv fiO lbs. pi-essuro was rogylarLv maintained," � The jiroposed voluntarv annual tax of riftv cents per hoi'se-powcr per auio-mobllo fill nil the members of the Ontario .Motor League in aid ot good roads, is ready for operation and awaits uiili- the iiccentance ot the Leg-laif.tvii-c of (5ntiii-io until it becomes law. A (iioiisand bodies ol plague victims wci-e biirned in Manchuria. Auriii'M business men will Inspect tho gas iirodiicer plant at the Ottawa e.vperlmental station. tieorge Finlay butcher, of Perth, was fined $.10 and coats, for shipping partridges out of season, 5. Oavjd Maxwell, a'resident of OspVey township for nearly CO yearsi is dead, aged SS. Ke^�. Hector Currie, for 35 years pastor of Thetford Presbyterian church, is dead, aged (iu. He was modei-ator and secretary of Sarnia Presbytery for maiiy years. .1. It, Berrlmaii, i^esidence unknown; shot himself in a room ot the Windsor H;)ii!i, Niagara �"alls. He was apparently u lately arrived Kngllshraan, of about -i;-5 yeiTrs of age, ol' fair complex-Jon, aiid' \vaB well di'esBed. . , 1 he population ot Weston. Out., has doubled In "the last decade. It has now I'.ijuy people, .  V Ur, H. P. .viackensie a native of I liuriow township, .Ontario, is dead at: tiosslaud, B. l;,, aged 3u. St., Paul s; Lutheran church, Guelph, has invited Rev. .J.. IT, Wornliold, B, A,, theologl cal doctor in i^h 11a del phi a. Mtnei-H at the .N'ortli AtlniUlc collier-les. Cane Breton, who spoke .against \va,.;e reduction, have returned to work 'ihe double funeral ot Mrs, A, N. liottraan aiid her father-in-law, Wm, Hofiman, took place in Thuriov/ !ov,'ii- Sllll). It reriulred twelve ballots to filect Wm, AIcGhee waiden of Oxford by to !) overjC, H, Denton, A WOMAN'S BACK. With: nothing, but thnglhattMsnitota!| always Kot ot, thcHudtWB'sCBiy/raiVwBj^tft , the'chlarge/NM�nit$baltwoul�'^^ its sha'rc'''oC ,theWpetix'V '-Hon.'W -^S.'^FicldingVioM tlwlwu. -tliat!kn\hniMJ0ti\mt#P thli^'-'t'ectpidcity /a^icetaent 'woiitj^M pi:)n.ied"hy'IV^oti'diV^rrrplv to ^UtX .irisier ho saW^l^hVt'^hB .cpnslikreMj^^ ters received on the' ,iniatter/,'' in Canada. ^MPMMlliK^l^m^ the Maritime Provlnee's^liiouM arsstlr-^^ benefitjby the ratification of th* ^re^^ posi >l icclprocit% agroement 'btllmM'^ the United States and^Canads.'Isy^lfj opinion of J. F Gaidar, 0B�i �( U)*.^ uomlniou inspectors of�llah�rlM, w'hu is m this city. - ' ' I" �'^M ii)�> reclprodtv ariangenMnt9,Ji\{{^ carried out ' said Mr \MierJ^^'^ Bellevine is to bsve a local option'y�ar ago I become so weak:*indi,run -"'^ campaign. ,r y . down I oouJd sogroely walk, andifpippli' T George Harrower, who went recent- t>roko out aJJ over Tuyiwceni^mi^^oM'^M thing after another, but aothwg:a|eiBtd''<^<^ do ma any.good^,. 'I:<;Wt^.{^viipjl|^^^^^ 1. y fnend (q ''y'Bi|'-S!jyP|pKiC l'.id used ono bottle,ilfolVfifSfoSSi^^^H nie go