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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTNBHIDOE. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1909. KIDNEY DISEASE COMES ON QUIETLY. SETTLERS' RECORD R. M, HouS'Hign, from Garden Pl.-iins, has arrived with a car of i settlors' effects for Lethbridge. i C. W. Whitney, of'Minot, N. D., i came in with u car of settlers' effects! and went south to Warner. A' gasoline traction ejidue has also arrived for Mr. Houseugu. PAPER WAS A HOT ATTACK MURDERERS ESCAPE Manila, June natives con- victi'd of murder of Dr. Win. Jones anthropologist of Chicago Columbian Gets After the Patent Medicines Perhaps no other organs work harder kidneys to preserve the general health of the body ana most people are troubled with some Itind of Kidney Complaint, but do not suspect it. It hive boon in the system for some time. There mny been swelling of tho feet and disturbances of the urinary organs, as brick dust deposit in the uriue, highly colored scanty or cloudy urine, bladder pains, frequent or supressed urina- tiou, burning sensatioti-when urinating, etc. Do not negloct any of these symptoms, (or, if neglected they will eventually lead to Disease, Dropsy and Diabetes. On the first sigc of anything wrong Doan'i Kido-ey Pjlls should be taken. They go to seat of trouble, strengthen the kidneys help "them to filter the blood properly -arid iiush off all the impurities which causa kidney trouble. Miss B. Clarke, Stony Creek, Out., writet: "I wu troubled with kidney (trouble for several years; my back waa I lork, June Washington the Ontario Medical Association, weak, I had mch terrible headaches, and j special to the Herald the this evil has grown to an en- Toronto, Ontario. June Let us do nil in our power to Museum, who was killed while study-1 take from these sharks in human ing the Hill tribes some months 'lorm the opportunity of making money out of the sufferings of their sentence upon them was to have been j fellow men." executed and are at large. Dr. J. Ferguson, of Toronto, was mot sparing in his language in deal- escaped from their guard while on jt.ho way to this city where the death PRESIDENT'S WIFE SAVED ling- with the patent medicine, or MAN'S at the meeting so restless I could not sleep at night intprvpntirm nf Mrs Tift i tried everything without any benefit. of Mrt- Taffc a KusSlan j Meantime a friend advised me to try Doan's named Perovitch convicted of mur- ormous is shown, -declared the Pills, so I got four boxes and they ide.r at Fairbanks, Alaska, and sen- b> Ule fuCt that completely cured me. I now feel well j tenced to death has been saved from is spent on patent rned- Actuated by his wife's j icines in the United States, and S6.- Price'sOcts. per SOT, or 3 for fl.25, all j pleas for mercy for the condemned j OQO.OOO in Canada. "These medicines, so called, not dealers or T. Milbuni Co., Limited, man., the President has commuted the j wm rdering specify "Doma sentence to life imprisonment. i only do not cure act- t A i BUILD YO UR 4- 4- Residence Store Warehouse Barn Foundations and Fences of Concrete as We Make it Concrete Block is as handsome in appearance as pressed brick or cut stone. Costs iess. Grows strooger with age. Lessens your insurance. lSTo repair bills. Walls are dry. because of our special hard facing. Warm in winter, cool in summer. Blocks scientifically made and cured before delivery We make WHITE CAST STONE Lintels, Sills, Steps, Columns, in special patterns to your order. Orders are given prompt attention, and delivery made as early as consistent with first-class work. Come to the factory and'see how concrete is made. Visitors welcome. State your wants, and see if we -jan supply them. WORKS Smith Street, between Bompas and Courtland ually cause it, and also create an appetite for strong continued the speaker. "Mn many cas-.-s they are so slightly medicated as to only be useful as a beverage, and their manufacture and sale are subsidiary to the breweries and distilleries. "Debauch, Degrade" "To debauch and -degrade human- ity is a profitable declar- ed the speaker, dealing with the race suicide brought on by the use of pa- tent medicine. It is notoriously xvell known that the birth-rate in many countries is falling oft, largely on ac- count of this evil." Infanticide, and the soothing syrup habit also came in for some rough handling. "Opium-doped soothing syrups" was only one of the terms used. "U'ith very few exceptions, every mixture of this kind is drug- ged with opium or morphine, and thousands of little ones die every year because of their use. "But perhaps the greatest of all evils is the harm caused to the adolescent by these patent medicines.'- Xotice the advertisements that are flaunted before the eyes of the young of 'cures for lost 'how to become 'discoveries which astonish the medical and of wonderful bc-lts, braces, and the like, which 'never fail to cure.' These men are murderers, and there is not an editor of a daily paper today, who would not voice the same sentiments; yet, their pa-j pers are full of advertisements of; quacks and quack medicines. Quack-j cry has killed more persons in Eng- j land than the sword, pestilence, a.nd famine combined. I Arise in Your Might "Has not the time come for the; medical profession to call on the j Legislature to protect the public from these human monsters dem-andcd the speaker. "The only way to do it is to let more lurht in. Do it Now! What's the Use nnrl mosquitos, but get a SCREEN DOOR at once. Some people can't make up their mind until the last minute, to do a thing. Don't be in their class. It "shows a lack of energy. Telephone or call at once and let us send you out any door you pick from the list. Screen Doors Xo. 2 Quartered Oak finish, plain SI. having to use MiiK, uanciu Butter and the other results of Hot. Weather on food, when by getting a KKFRIGERATOR from Gray's at a very small outlay of cash, you can avoid all such inconveniences. Our goods are right 'and our prices will bear comparison with any in the city. If you have no Refrigerator get one at once. Don't fail to call before you are too late. Ham Notts' Refrigerator No. 101 Galvanized Lined, 40x26x1 7 9 Quartered Oak finish, brand and fancv :u; Quartered Oak finish, brand 1 104. Galvanized Lined, 45x32x19 6. Quartered Oak finish, brand and verv fancv 106, Galvanized Lined, 45x35x21 Quartered Oak finish, heavy, brand and very fancy 2.50 No. 6A, Quartered Oak finish, heavy panelled and carved 2.75 No. 7. Quartered Oak finish, very heavy, panelled and carved 3 162, Galvanized Lined, 43x20x19 164, Galvanized Lined, 46x32x20 160, Galvanized Lined, 46x36x21 No. oj, size 32x14 inches 116, Michigan. Genuine Enamel Lined, 56x32x22 35.00 No. 117, Michigan, Genuine Enamel Lined, 46x36x22 3i, size 32x18 inches 4.V, size- 40x22 inches W. GRAY Lethbridge, Alia. Phone 66 Mail orders shipped same day as the steps urged to over- j J i come this evil was the passing of a t I law prohibiting the marketing of any containing a poison which be bought at the -druggists of formulas to Ottawa, where no- 1he pro- j body sees them, instead of being put j fession should use all its influence to J on the bottles. It is time for us to 4 stay this pestilence in the land." j strike, and strike hard." Amonff the steps unred to over-i Too much attention to disease and medicines, jind not a close enough study of the patient himself, accord- ing to Dr. J. T. Fotheringham, of Toronto, is, in a measure, respon- sible for such schools of healing1 as mental healers. Christian Scientists, faith curers and the like. Touching on this subject, the doctor continued: "I speak with reserve of that lat- est emanation from New England, the 'Emmanuel movement.' We may have ourselves to blame by our ne- glect of psychology, and our devo- tion to the materialistic side of our profession, for the attempt of the clergy to assume the role of healers mixture j cannot i without a doctor's order also, no [medicine containing more than 5 per Scent, alcohol, and that no mixture shall be advertised which deals with diseases of a private nature. Lastly, that manufacturers of medicines for which extra ordinary claims are made 4 shall be open to prosecution for ob- 'taining- money under false pretences. j "Strike, and Strike Hard" 4 j "The Canadian Medical Act is of use, as it results in the sending of the body was well as of the soul. But if we must add to our know- ledge and intelligently practice treat- ment by suggestion we may surely also be permitted to dermuid that the clergy add to their curriculum a course in pathology, that they may have some knowledge of their own limitations along these lines." Too Many Drugs 1 The speaker called for a change in 'the -demands made upon medical stu- j -dents and a reduction in the' number joi medicines used. "We must throw away the five- sixths or even nine-tenths of our ma- medica, and then train our- i selves more thoroug-hly in the use of what is left." he declared. "We must 'also cease to attempt to make re- search work a part of the training of our undergraduates, reducing the number of hours spent in the labor- atory, while insisting: on a know- ledge of results in laboratory re- search done by skilled men who de- vote themselves to it." SUING VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C., June were ..this morning served o the city solicitors by the solicitors. for Mr. E. L. Kinman and his associates where- by "the 'city is held .liable to a total amount of for alleged wrong- ful, treatment of ..Mr. Kinman and his men in connection with the seizure of and. maintenance of possession'of Dead Man's Island 'by the city police early this week. No. 1 Common No. 1 Dimension M No. 1 Shiplap No. 1 Shingles per M No. 2 Shingles per M No. 2 Boards per M feet No." 3 Boards per M feet Flooring, Ceiling, Doors, Windows, etc. at correspondingly low prices. We have about two million feet of Lumber in our yard here, and it is completely filled. We also have fifty cars on track or en route, and we must get piling room. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO., LTD. PHONE 225 South-East corner Ford and Westminster Streets M M Just South of Ellison aad Taylor Mills. P.O. BOX 654 ;