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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PROMINENT MEN AND WELL KNOWN WOMEN Gladly Testify for "Frait-a-tives" Saturday, January %st SOCIAL WORKTTHE ARMY Endorsed by Many Prominent People at Gathering In England British War Cry v One reason why "Fruit-a-tivcs" is winning a welcome in the hearts and im koines of thousands from coast to coast, is because so many of the reading citizens j of Canada have spoten so strongly in favor of this wonderful fruit medicine, hi thollsh K .V, Oil Wednesday Mrs. Booth, present- ed the annual report of the Women's Social Work to a worthy aud repre- sentative audience iu the magnificent of the Whitehall Rooms, S.W. At- or every proviuc a so t-iroHirjy in lavor ui uiis wuuuruoi nui[ uicuicnic. ill i erycity-m every hamlet-throughout the three million, was !l brilliant .and influential smiles" of the Dominion, there are many who owe.their gathering of friends of the organiza- hundred 'square and some who owe their lives, to the marvellous virtues of X BANISTEK, ESQ., (Capt. "A" Squadron, J2th ilanitoba Dragoons) of Lake, Manitoba, "I was strickeu'with Sciatica and Neuralgia of the Heart-was in bed for s'r weeks-I triftl -Fniit-a-tives" snd it completely Today, my whole family use "Fruit-a-tives." PATC J.JO-VES, ESQ., retired aierchaat of Sarnia, Ont., testified "I suffered -for 25 years with Constipation. and Catarrh of the Stomach. I gave tion. Mrs. Booth received her guosts in the noble reception room, where the much attention. Theotii- lhe reKular retailprice) for- isease'holds the body. a buttle of Psyehiue 'to he given you free of cost. will undoubtedly buy and distrl- In this manner hundreds of thou- _ L l rsychSse. own remedies, have been the most ef- sands of these 50-ceni bottles of Psy- ave suju cissy iK'k-nt foe- to disease. chine. llot very We have cured many hundreds of thousands of virulent and oftentimes fatal cases of diseases. We have in our flies many hundreds of these herbs Increase the number of And we do that, to show our entire' eonrtdence in this wonderful preoara- 'But now science tells us that certain tion- j of thousands of unsolicited testi- the white corpuscles and their strength Esteemed a -loader as Mrs. Booth in the position of presenting it. were elements that could not fail to produce keen and close interest. From begin- ning to end of her entrancing account of what hud been of what is to be Booth held, the meeting iu her hand. Commencing by ascribing glory to now'I can say that "Fruit-a-tivcs" has entirely cured me." Be guided by these letters of Canada's well known men and women. Try "Ffnii-a-tives" se Tnoc ii structure. qualifications for assistance are real In 1ST5 he first offered himself as and a sincere refonna- candidate to represent the important Such a work as this is worthy district of Yale in the provincial legis- lature, and was returned by a large In February, he'ac- cepted the portfolio of chief commis- sioner of.lands and works ia the Elliott cabinet, and on" peo- of every support which, can possibly be given to it. .'There is one we know what she has done both iu. this coun- try and also in the Dominio.n of Can- ada, .with -which I am pie for confirmation in this position I Princess Louise, whrj is so convinced was. re-elected. This position he re- tained until the. general election of 1S7S, when he was re-elected by his constituents, but in consequence of Jhe defeat of the Elliott administration, Mr. Vernon. was in opposition. In 1SS2 he .was not a candidate for re-election, 18S6 he was again We go to the ends of the earth for these Arabia, to South Amer-- Here then is proof that we have in ica, to China and to Japan. A confidence that, has been bassi on our 30 years' experience with this herbs are Incorporated splendid preparation, with a full know-' ledge of ihe hundreds of thousands of 't has made. They are compounded in the most appliances iu this coun- Psychins a preparation with abundant ?tratcd effectiveness, more so than any other preparation we, or any- one else, ever heard.of. "J' Here then is the reason of our unal- And the result is a terable confidence iu Psychine, that It third of a century the most effective is in fact the greatest preparation of vitality-builder the world has known. its kind in the world. The-one preparation that has cured j dreds of thousands of bottles of Psy- chine to give to those who should use. To those who are blindly groping in the for relief from their misery, who may perhaps be using wrong methods to recover their 'health and their strength. :LAGRIPPE. The greatest and most effective agents the bodily health are the white corpuscles, phagocytes. eases: Bronchitis' Throat Anaemia Vemale "WeakncK Indigestion Poor Appetite Chills and Fevers Sleeplessness and Nervous Troubles Bronchial Coughs Lungs Weak Voice Spring "Weakness Early Decline Catarrh of Suiinach Night Sweats Obstinate Cotigha Laryngitis and After-eft'ecis of Pleurisy, Pneumonia and La Grippe COUPON No. .54' To the Dr. T. A.' SLOOJM, Ltd. 193-195 Spadina Ave., Toronto 1 accept rour offor to try u Me. bottlo of (pronounced SI-kuen) as yonr exiicnse. have nob lind u. 50c. notUrt of I'fij-chine -Ms pJan. Jviridly uiy druggist, to deliver this bottle touu1. i My Town....................._............... Strestond i. My DruKgist'ti Name..................... j Strectand i Thiscoupon is notgood for a50c. bottle of Psychine if to the dcuggiic t must be sent will then buy the Me. bottle of PfvchJno from your druggist and direct linn to deliver- It, to you. This offer may be withdrawn at i Rny time without noiice. Send coupon to-day. men's Social Work is for bleni has been treated us though the u alcogether, and ihe 644 'downfall of'the inmates of these insti- Posts, and our latest addition to the Institutions, is, an Eventide Home for old ladies. 'The total accommodation possessed by -the Women's officers include 117 slum officers. 'We iave passed through the Rescue Homes during the year women. Thrae hundred and thirty-three of these have been failures; but, as 1 have often told you, we do not reckon when fail the first time that that efforts are concerned, there is a.gen- eral acknowledgement of faijure. 'Now, I submit, that the real reason of the failure has ueeu that the pro- tutions wa-s to be dealt with only as a physical aud. mental breakdown, whereas it has not been only physical, but first of all a 'moral and spiritual failure. 'Perhaps you have noticed lately that we have been given a little more means -that we must not try again! in thft and I. say why sometimes call by the curious name, "sleeping- partners." (Laughter and applause.) You what it means partuers who. supply the silver and the gold! UJore laughter.) With ouc your gifts. and: the gifts of those you represent we'could not have done this work.' r 'We have this year lost some of our dearest friends by that we are after these 333, aud very s soon. 1. have no doubt. we shall should tlie State be willing to aid Mrs. Booth that she herself has given one Home. (Applause.) There is a great need, for many more of Homes, for many whom, it is most desirable should be helped taken in for want of room. "It gives me very great pleasure to and "on the death, .in here this evening, although it is Hon. Mr. Smythe, he accepted lor a moment, to raise my voice in the Davis government as ".hief com- missioner of lands and works. At the Senerareleetions In 1890 he" was again returned by his constituents, and was given the position of chief commission- er of lands and works in the Robson government. He also held the port- folio of mines and agriculture in the Uavis government during its term of office, between June, and March, 1S95. and on the advent of the Turner government in the same year "retired from politics. SCORES B. C. SOCIALISTS Premier McBrsdge Replies Sharply to Criticisms Victoria. B. C.. Jan. McBrjde addressed the socialists this i afternoon in the debate on the second {reading of the bill empowering the bosrd of health to make regulations for inspection of logging camps, saw- mills, etc. Williams and Hawthorn- waste had inUtfiateil thai similar mens-j ures by socialists lian been turned down in the past, but. were being adopted by the government to make political capital. Mr. McBrirtc said that many meas- ures introduced by socialists con- tained clauses so drastic and revolu- tionary that it wag impossible for the i government, to adept them. The poy- lernrnent had to legislate for all classes and if socialists were in power and in support and favour of this worthy srrort... Mrs. .BnunweH Booth and nr-r devoted offtcers need encouragement; and nothing of this character of which I know can be more useful, nothing is more deserving of everything that can be done with regard to it, than the enterprise in which they are engaged. 1 heartily wish that it may go on pros- pering, and that it may'rneet with the. asaistance of the whole community.' The General had sent a message from Denmark, and this, was read, fit- jtinglr indeed, by an old and tried j Erlend of The Army. This waa Sir Algernon West. The message, which was addressed to Mrs. Booth, 'Copenhagen, '.November 21, 1910. 'My dear cannot re- frain from sending you my blessing on good report to give ot them. (Hear, hear.) 'It rejoices my heart very deeply when. state-that'these figures are-iu iQ our work anrt brLng: about would really be a' proper union uf Church: and State ro some useful end? (Hear, hear! i Is -Mrs. Booth made a advance of last year. (Applause.) effective appeal for recognition no single year have we ever come to you to say that we have done less than cf the humanity of the-slum-dwellers, 'Than the worthy she said, 'I we had done befors, and this time, am sure there are no nobler souls to of the excellent work being dons Ke'shall miss, not only owing 'ic their financial support, but be- cause of their personal sympathy. We shall especially miss our dear friend Mr. John Cory, of Cardiff, the cessa- tion of whose, generous gifts will, we fear, severely handicap ;us iu; the fu- ture, unless God raises up some one who can take his place .with, a similar ability to render us substantial help. 'Then we miss also from our circle of friends Mre. .Weir, of Guildford, who took the closest personal interest in this work, and not ,only helped us financially, but gave us still more val- uable aid in the shape of" her dear daughter, Staff-Captain Weir, who has been labouring with me. for masy years. Her mother encouraged her- to offer herself. wonder whether there are any more among my part- ners here who might, not help us along that line? 'And now for the account- of my stewardship. You will remember that I am only speaking of the Work in this country. 'The total turnover for the year is although we have not increased the number of Rescue Homes, yet we have e 'We were sp'eakin the other day dealt about 200 women more to' Mrs. Canon Baraett, and I think than usual, and the proportion of IVG were bemoaning to her results is higher .than it has the difficulty in awakening in- been. This number raises the. total of i terest in this work, and she said. MAGRATH AND FINANCES Magrath, Jan. At a. meeting of the ratepayers, Mayor Woolloy ex- plained the real object of the meeting which was to explain to the ratepay- ers the actuai" fianc-ial condition of ihe municipality. Ho gave a 'detailed. report. In -his usual .-.way which' 'disclosed -.come startling "facts. The council has for a long time paec endeavored, collect taxes by Bend- ing -out1. threatening suit in' within a specified default; of time. These have all been a faiure and have but met with utter disre-" gard from ;the- ratepayers. As a re- sult, the council is at a loss to knov.- how tie town can raise sufficient means to. pay. 'the demands made upon them hy the School Board and racer, the current expenses of the city. The .Mayor said that .on the. 1st of Feh- niary the School Board would require your.Anniversary Meeting and rav con- nn.-vrh0r v.or'e gratulations ou another year's success- ful labour your important and teresting work. juet about but towards that sum we have raised from the women we have in payment j for their board- and. lodging or in re- their labour while in the small sum, of Caught a Heavy Cold. It Left Him with a Hacking Cough. tller own the help they have fAp- and cheers.) land I have done. If they.had. they Grand Total Assisted' j would appreciate the white souls of 'J would like you to notice that 24Si.the I must say, that niore and women have been received directly more v.-e have learned to realize that from the prisons or police-courts into'even in the very worst of those with the Rescue Homes. -We have also Vhoni we deal, there is some beautiful definitely helped individual women in piece of their nature that' has been our Shelters and Metropoles, untouched. If we can find it. it them situations, restored them to their, is like finding a jewel. (Applause.) Useful Scotch Characteristics Lady Frances Balfour5. record, taking all the Shelters. Metro-'of practical interest in pbilanthropy poles, and Rescue work, the number.gave special weight to her words, urg- deatt with is just over (Ap-' ed most earnestly that the utmost plause.) This is in addition to those possible support should be given to husbands, or helped in some way no j fewer than so that during the whom we reach in the slums. .jMrs. Booth in her work. have paid their taxes, that they be made to pay interest on that amovmt. The totwu must have money and the taxes are the only source from which funds can raised. A long discufi- sio'n followed and many points brought out and discussed thoroughly. ..The Chairman then asked the cit- izens to come fobvard and pay their taxes, now clue for both 1909 and 1910 iu some cases, and if they -would do this, tilings could be straightened up without going to II. Dudley moved that the council take notes of the ratepayers and if they would nor. give them, coilectiou be made by at once. This did not meet with ap- I after a short discusinrt elusion. plauso.) So that, with' the J have received frara iheco sleeping j tijru IS n VPDV partners, we have been enabled to j worth of work. (Applause.) j 'Now. the people upon whom this j money has boen spent have, by their jown efforts, raiped this money to make ;if possible; for its to carrv nn sn tarro! 'it is generally recognized in civil-! When she looked into "the finances ized countries that the State is re-i of The Salvation Army (said her lady- sponsible in whole or in part for be they pence or be they potincln 1 criminal and vicious classes. I do'she always felt thai ?.ne heads of the thf! came to a sudden con- not think our Government Is realizing Departments mast be Scotch, as they its responsibility towardd them...They .never seemed to 'bang sixpence' witii- have been, shall I say. doing some--our some good return. (Laugtuer.) suppose for the 'JCO Every penny seemed to go as far as or TOO years. But really it scerns that, most people's pounds, and if they gave porhaps some experience they could -feel that it ultimately Thom2s Hiley. c. P. R. section forr- lias been gained, and some good done, .meant a good investment and a great! man> Orangeville, stunned by a fall yet on the'Whole, so far as these State: saving fo the State. The of on rhe was run over and ki Wilson, aged 7. of London. FAINT AWAY. is missing, and tiio'jfchr. to he jn advance of the Eug- i l'-' a freight train. He was years (lisa people, because they had for aj ant- a widow and two chihl- long time admitted The Salvation i r'JIK jArmy into their prisons. .The Scotch people had long known tho economic of The Salvation Army, and the! Her Secret Mr. J. H.-Richards, 1S52 Second Ave. L Doctor Said That Ha j Colonies were stni wiser, giving The] Why Sho Always Looked So Younr i, possible for ,.s to carry on so large Would Never Out of One. Army certain pow.eis in the prisons pin undertaking in eighty-three centres, i j.Most, of these are, of course, Institu- j cue Homes. over the prisoacrs, not perhaps Everyone refers to I-.or as' osie of attractive women in lo'vn. Nanaimc. 1 Dr. Young said tho. bill 'was jderecl necepfarj' by tho.rapid growth of 'the province and the muUipUratinn of Thsy had to appoint ;n anparate with an ir.- (specter to look after these. They find employers quire- willinjc to cii- as they recognized best devoted ihe'ir whole power to social- Vancouver, B.C., the satldes. istic MgisUiion the province would go me to wnte a few lines in praise ot your :have to present, :o ruin and it would be impoesible for Dr. Wood's .N'orwny Tine Syrup. Last ;we have received as rcs'cuo any man TO geJ ar, honest day's pay, for an honest day's work, and no one! knew it better than the member for "remedies until .1 .iskcrl me if I ns re-i Mr. F. S. Chute. ....._____......_ ..____ Oat. .man, and in tho course of n fiery ever tried Dr. Wood's Norwav Pine Svnip. .C2.XOOO iqwanls "It is with gratitude i tdl how ejowingiy of rhe T told him I was willing to "try anything 'scheme, bill the General has'toiri me Mtoarn's Heirt Nerve Pills j mcn and womcn Armv 'h.d.j I thought would cure, and on the" same I must not begin ;to b flay bought two Before half -at ]cas. 030000 I first one was used my cough begnn to get f ,he CT V uch easier, and by the time I had used j ,R nfjvct-'1 IHUSL giowingry 01 .........v. j T imcn anj The Armv hail i i-o Cf benefited rac. I.was very vrcakana run ouild iintJl j Uro to Canada and It? wonc thore. down, and had headache, nearly every r to drees afier Its Therft arc- of that WOUKI be as attractive Tor fone soon brlner {he hnlr fturt into g-o.-Kl Vour Kynl Dr-.-.js Store ns pro ,vlded mortlcai attendance for Uon camps other in iso- lited districts. Mr. Hawthornwaite that it wae a sign ol increasing irtellSgence ou the. part gOTernment to see them taking such measures. The bill unopposed. ani waHins when replying, SSf i "In fact, ray doctor wid that sometime [said that what he heard and seen i Jr'nn ovrES 5t if> horsplf to trj- it we must iiivc Ihe 11 would never coroe out ot ot. them. an tn ninl j carrj- on' wnni we 1 After taJcing three boxes of your pills I wished Mrs. Booth and her Of 1 {am glad to rclite that it his been a j ficers CVCrf success. i number of veats since I have iiad at" Shelters and f fl fcd a all Tv-no suffer ;ureejnebr'atc in throat rf nnv 6 -i Prison-Gate and our Central; pnisc of Milburn's 'HCTrt and Nerx-e was T the wuie in i" case it should come again but I am qnife have already. aure T have a positive cure. Let me have nine St rt-commcnd Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Dolcs t? tUitJV iTicOrl throat irritation of any kind.' Or, Wootl's Norway Pine Syru? is p'Jt r imso rose Head tip in P. yellow wrapper; three pine for the trade mark; price 25 cents. to" be are pntting np Pills for in roc they hive effected a per- building for Headquarters, and fccl Manufactured only by The T. 12OOB after Christmas." C-jj, LJinUvd, Toronto, Oak. J 'There art get into occupation Price 5oc. per box. or ,s for At all deiicrs or dircci cct on receipt of price by The T. Milburu Hium Toroato.'Out. loading logs. One iog roiied and" La- 1 so was badly crushed and may die. By a vote or ias to .Mcuui nn- trs cut fromUoLO AND GUARANTEED BY ALL Qne for each LETHBRtDGE DRUGGISTS ;