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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February: 13,19*3 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Vase 3 HIS WOMAN' TROUBLES GO Terrible Cramps, Dizzy Spell* Nervo'janess, Misery-Her Story of How She Got Well Again. Hindsboro, HI. - " Your remedies hava relieved me of all my troubles. I would have auch bearing down misery and cramps and such weak, nervous, dizzy ep�He that I would have to go to bed. Some days I could hardly stay up long enough to get a meal. "The doctor's medicine did me no good so I changed to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and got good results from the first bottle. I kept on taking it and used the Sanative Wash with it, until I was well again. I think every woman who suffers as I have, could take no better medicine."-Mrs. Charles Mattison, Box 68, Hindsboro, 111. Testimony of Trained Nurse. Cathlamet,Wash.-~ "I am a nurse and when I do much lifting I have a female weakness, but I take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I cannot say enough in praise of it. I always recommend it for female troubles. " - Mi's, EkvA Barber Edwards, Box 54, Cathlomet, Wash. The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have thousands of such letters as those above-they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. This medicine is no stranger-it has stood the test foi yeais. : 5 Is Nearer Wheat Fields Than Churchill for Hudson Bay Terminals . ' :Otta\va, Feb. 12.-H, P. I laze n, the yovornntent's harbor expert, who has CHEAPER MONEY FOR FARMERS Academic Resolution Adopted in Commons-Will Govern-ment Act on it 'tralia, showing what had been accomplished in its field. Ho. emphasized the fact that in live years of operation there had been, no arrears of principal and that there had only been 711 pounds in the arrears out of a total o� interest charges yearly of over 23,0U0- pounds. He commended the resolution of Mr. Mcighen as one well worthy the attention of the house and hoped that the government would do something on the Line he suggested. � E. W. Nesbitt, North Oxford, in a humorous vein, referred to the speech, on the resolution of Mr. Mcighen. He had listened with interest and some enthusiasm to the speech and had .. , ., . - ..been a little hopeful that it might which bore evidence oE the most result & C0nuifcion oE anairs where-careful consideration and preparation,'by he ^mwVL might be able to bor-hcld the attention ot the house. He|row a little ^ey. The mcmber Eor reviewed the, banking system of the, Portage La Prairie, however, bad nonunion and many other countries. Luotefl from a man named Wolf, who From the European banking system I hatl SJiid that this svsteni, though he drew the lesson that agricultural .meritorious, would not bring about credit does not suiter because of tbelthe nliUenlum. Criticising the reso-exiBtonce of co-operative hanks and; ,ution hc saic, hfi j,eHeved bhere credits security. - His suggestion was w0ltM be p]aces in tne west where that parliamentary sanction should they could {orm these hanks alld be given to legislation which has al- keep the locaUty going with money, ready been considered, and which j Mr Nesbitt commended Mr. Meigh- (W. A. P. Report). Ottawa, Feb. 12.-The last short Wednesday sitting of the session was given over entirely to the discussion of a proposal by Mr. Arthur Mcighen, Conservative member for Portage La Prairie, that there should he established in Canada a system of agricultural credits. Mr. Mcighen in a long speech would provide the-. machinery throughout the country of co-operative credit banks. The result 'would be, he said, that instead of money !being controlled bv the head offices of the com- en on his care of his constituents, and for his seeming desire to help the farmer and the working man. "I am surprised, however, that hc did not discourse upon the reduction MAJESTIC THEATRE 3 Nights, commencing Monday, Feb. 17 THE CROWNING MARVEL OF MOTION PHOTOGRAPHY NATURE PRODUCED IN ITS OWN COLORS "The World in Kinemacolor " GREATEST HISTORIC EVENTS ALL OVER THE GLOBE INCLUDING THE "CORONATION OF KING EDWARD VII." "INDIAN DURBAR" AND MANY OTHER NOTABLE EVENTS A CAPABLE LECTURER EXPLAINING FULLY EACH SERIES PRICES: 25c and 50c; Performance commencing at 8.30 sharp. g I parativelyjew banks that do business of ju(iJ, of farrn implements as I in CanadaT"tfvere would be retained ])eara bim uo i,e�0re in. the house." in each community ah amount of dir.- j (H,oar| hear, from the opposition rency sufficient to provide for-the essential needs of the locality. Hon. W. T.- White, jrrinister of finance, congratulated Mr:: Meighen on his excellent presentation of his subject. The government would, accept, the proposed resolution and' give it early consideration. Dr. Michael Clark twitted Mr. Mcighen with having . forgotten ly former advocacy of a reduction in Dr. Clark, of Red Deer, coniiratu-llie tariff on agricultural implements, latcd Mr. Meighen on having found He expressed the hope, however,'that ( some re]jc{ from the self-restraint un- benches). "I suppose, however, he must have something to dangle before his constituents." \V. F. Nickle, of Kingston, com-mended Mr.  Meighen's resolution and was of the opinion that the institu Kinemacolor at the Majestic . The photo-play of today loses considerable interest to the spectator, owing to much being left to the imagination. In the series of pictures presented next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, in addition to propecting pictures in nature's own colors, the latest marvel of the photographic world, each event will be fully explained by a lecturer of international reputation in the person of Mr. H. Meade. To sit and listen to this gentleman ih well worth the price of admission, and as the pictures will be a series of historic events, every loyal citizen should take the opportunity of witnessing the performance. ; Manager Wilson has ar- Mr. Meighen's offer would, be attended with success tion-of system would establish a line ranged th--- ' Several Other Good Features Remember this also " TOMORROW AND SATURDAY "The Star of Bethlehem" THREE;REELS AT Monarch Theatre TOWIGHT "FILIAL LOVE" in two reels,: A real feature, lull of heart interest and the most remarkable-child acting. Two other features in addition. . .' .- '::: �?,::�>. Four Reels in All PRICES: 10c and 15c NOTE-Children's admission to matinees 10c hereafter. i,:v,- ft m OFF. TO AU8TRALIA '"""*"��n�i�i,i, Moose Jaw, Feb.; 12.-r-Hon, Geol >J3;| Foster passed through 'here" today,' bound for Vancouver. .'Promin$$fe|�[JP Conservative citizens met him durin"g!j|| I his short stop here - - '� 0- "win >muum^ THE FAMOUS VICTROLA The Marvellous Musical Instrument that reproduces the voices of the world's greatest singers with absolutely human, life-like effect, is now made in a wide variety of styles and sizes, and at prices that place it Within the Reach of all EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED From the Victrola4 at $20.00 to thetVictroIa 16 at $250.00 every instrument is a GENUINE VICTROLA and guaranteed to be the most wonderful Musical Instrument the world has ever known. Double sided records are 90 cents for the two selections. The nearest dealer will gladly a free demonstration of. the Famous Victrola. BERLINER GRAMOPHONE Go., Limited MONTREAL 150 Sold as low as a week the care of the ship's surgeon. He came over to negotiate -a big timber deal, and through his.agents toe states, he-has- been successful, in concluding this business. ; , . From the English paper he was-.reading) he pointed outv;u despatch from Chicago which told of the ahoot-Jng'ot a. Chicago-detective who was watohing a garage where it is alleged "the qarpof the motor-ban dlts are Kept and' whloh-is the headquarters of this .Infamous "gang. We carry trie only full and complete stock of Victrolas and Victors in the city together with 3000 records. Visit our Victor Parlors today^. Get Busy m - Six room house, on, 50: x.iaBr feet, 12th St., near 6th Avenue'.1! South. * ' $4,000.00 $500 cash, balance ' $30.00 month, 7%. , tyt a .''wry,ill Clear Title The,, < ( t \^ Dowsley - Mn]hem 5th Street S. PIANOS .Phone Mi 10 ;