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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBItlDGE DAILY HEHALD SATURDAY. .1ULY 29, 101 ft FRECKLES Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots, How to Remove Easily j Here's a chance, 'Miss Freckle-face, to try a remedy for freckles with guarantee of a reliable dealer that il will not cosl you a penny unless ii removes the freckles; while if il Joes give you n clear complexion the o.v pense'ls trifling. Simply get an ounce of don ble any druggist and i a few applications should show yon how easy ii is to rid yourself of the. homely freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Rarely is more than one double strength othine as this is ihe prescription sold under guarantee of. if it fails to remove freck-1 j SUE. RAIDS FISHING FLEET herring Helling boats. Eight of the were sunk. The cre'vs were landed today at Ihe North pur: of Tynemouth. With over 700 jmfengers the Ked Cross excursion to Sarcee camp nul- led into Calgary this morning. That is the word received hy the Herald from Secretary Blackluirn of the local Hed Cross, which was in charge of the excursion. Owing to the early hour at which the excursion train left I.iMlibridse the crowd from this j end of the line was rather smaller than anticipated. It left here with .235 aboard, of whom about got on at Magrath and Haymond. However, along the Aldersyde many took ad- vantage of the opportunity to 50 to Calgary 10 get a last look at ttie Duke of and to visit ,the bis camp. The train returns to Leth- bridge about midnight. The Only Tonic You Ever Need IS A MORNING OL1SS OF BR1CINC, HEALTH- RFStORING ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT When the blow! is sluggish, meals don't taste gootl, there's a headache to_ bother you. or you don't sleep any too taking Abbey'sKffervescent Salt in a tumbler of warm water first every nioniinii- 'Twill srt tilings to bowels aud the consti- pation and stomach trouble- purify the blood ami build up the whole system. Made in the Abbey Effervescent Salt Go's own laboratories it, Montreal, Quc. Abbey's Vita nerve a blood a Corracts constipation, 17 indigestion and bad stomach. is the more impor- perfume of a soap while you are using it or the after-feeling and appearance of the skin? Ivory Soap is unperfumed. The only odor it has 'is the sweet, natural fragrance of its extremely mild, pure, high grade ingredients. Ivory leaves a fascinating feeling of refresh- ment and a healthy glow of perfect cleanness which cannot be equaled. IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble factories in Hamilton. Canada il A. I. Fisher, Liberal Candidate At Fernie, Delivers a Hous- ing Address Advi.r. The Uw Of The Fruit Medicine. to tlu- Htrnldl. Fernie. July A. 1 Fisher, Liberal candidate for the legislature 'roin the Ferule riding, went to Michel last night where ho met a arge and entliiisiastk' gathering of Michel people who assembled to hear political issues of. campaign Hseusseil by the Liberal standard bearer. Ken Hall presided and hrouphout UK! meeting manifested interest in what the speaker H was evident that tho spirit of the meeiinp was entirely with Mr. Fisher, who gave them a clear and listinct view of the principles at stake, and was heartily applauded u frequent intervals. Mr. Fisher ex- posed the byuocracy of the plea set before the people by Mr. Hawser mid he assistants regarding alleged attempt of -Mr. Brewster to upset the Workmen's compensation act. the soldiers aid act 'and other acts passed the liovernuient at the late ses- sion. .Mr. Fisher showed his audience ;hai Mr. Brewster was not attempt- ing to upset any legislation. Rather he was endeavoring by his writ to set at rest any doubts as to the val- idity of these acts so as to nvpid future trouble. Brewster had said that he was in favor of having these acts put .beyond any and that he was in favor of them. There is no .doubt aboui the legal- ity of all legislation passed since the t-ith of last March bring attacked in the courts. In fact one tins last acts of the legislature had already been attacked Hi the police courts; ihe half holiday act has been attack- ed upon the ground of the illegality of the legislature acting after March 14th. and the lawyer in the case had proven the fact that the election writ had been inude returnable on the 14th of March, thus making a record to that effect. Insurance companies, aud other parties are taking advan-1 tage of this fact and there looms up prospect of endless litigation growing ant of this situation unless action is taken upon the writ issued by Mr Brewster, aimed at- settling the tro blesome question at once. Mr. Fisher, in discussing the illegal ity of the action of the Attorney Gen eral in paying, over to the P. G. E. of money contrary to the very act which authorized the guar- anteeing of the bonds upon which the money was asked his hearers what assurance they had that the larm loans or the. "workmen's com- pensation-money would be handled in a legal manner. government would disregard the-.-terms of its own act in the one instance, is it reason- able to suppose such a government would abide .by the terms of acts which were practically forced upon them by a minority of four members or" the legislature. The Bowser gov- ernment and its McBride ancestor md had years in which to pass such acis but it had not done so until pub- lic sentiment vigorously voiced b> Mr. Brewster and the other three .op- position .members of the late legis- ature compelled them to act. Mr. Robson who also spoke, dealt irg'ely with the position taken by Mr. Jphill when he accepted a noniina- ion from a. Conservative convention, ked at from a workingman's standpoint, how could Mr. Uphill ustfiy himself as a working man's candidate when he had not only en- dorsed the general policy of the Bow-[ ser government, but had expressed iis willingness tc support any other Conservative candidate the conven- tion should deem better able to repre- sent them. Mr. Liphlll had committed himself to the Bowser government and upon that-issue: to stand or fall. And how do the miners of Michel or any other place like the Bowser government? There was only one way by which .he could make effec- tive their distrust of the. present gov- ernment and that to support the man unconditionally pledged to do all in his power to upset that government and to place in powor-a government which would be in a.position., to do something for the real interest of all the people as well as "for the working men. The campaign in the district, may he said to have just opened, and meet- ings will be held in all parts of the riding between now and election day. A committee of thirty live .workers at Miciiei nave gone at the campaign work with n vim which means success for Mr. Fisher at thai, place ana such committees are being formed all over the district. MR. 5S3 Cusgnuii St., Montreal. April 20th, 1915. "In my opinion, no other intuit cine in the world is so curative for Constipa- tion atid Intiigfstioii as 1 from these complain Is for live years, and my -sedentary occupa- tion, Music, brought about 11 kind of Intestinal nasty belching gas, drowsiness .ifter eating, and. 1'ain in Uie Back. I tried pills aud medicines of physicians, but itoiluug helped me. Then I was induced to try am! now for six TiiOnthsI have hyon entirely well. 1 advise any one who'suflers from that j horrible Constipation _wilh the rcsultKnt indigestion, to try -and you will bo agreeably surprised ut the great benefit you will "receive A. ROSEXBURG.