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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 MY GifARRH Ote^ NIGHT I Will Glamy T^^ You How-free �. Heals 24 Hours SUN YET SUN WAS FETED AND MADE HERO IN JAPAN .or ato- Hl's VISIT LIKELY TO .RESULT : ANr ORIENTAL -ALLIANCE IN It is 11 now, .wd.y,. .It. Is .sometlilnB, dbso lutly aiffereriti; Nd lotions, sprays -, BicKlysraeUlns salvos at creams - ~: rnlzora or.\any* ap-. piiratuB; 'Of-.' .any ,' kWd. Notlimar to .. emoite . or � inhaltJ.' JJo."steaming , ob �ilons; Ni  eldctHor- Uy or Vlbratloa ,or. � masaa'ge.^ No powder;  no' -plttstftrHr no kaoplnfr.ln Uig houBo. Nothing of thttt; Jciiid - at all: Spmothlng. new anja.', 1 dillorent .-r- Bomc^ 41ilnfif tlBilBlTttnl iind , , Jiettlthfuli !-r soma-, thing Instantly . aUcooss^fuI: � Yoa do not '"linve . tta ; wait, . nnd linger, � and, pay, out- a. lot 0 t, money.. vTou .> can; stop. Itv dver . � n1ght::^�anrofty. . He was, however* neverifated'to; test the efficacy of the sea^^iirt'le �,feaIedy,fol he die.d'on August 30, 1483', before the return of-the expedition. , QUE WORK. BY S ALL THE SUFFRAGETTES ENGLANa ARE NOT OF PANKHURST ORDER IN ; 'Paris, *ia'rch '39.-A', flench hl�tor;" v'. l^n, s. .cqnnectlo^i' with the 'alleged' - 'oiire for tttbefoulosifl.-:n6w"ieing ad--. : vanced toy -pp.-F.-Fj Friedmann'in the "^V iUnited Statefl: and ^^ Canada, .o'alie; at: tentlon to' the little known fact' that the. medicinal-use of. �the sea^trntle la -';-by,jno^eanB,or-reBent,date;,-.i^..'::;':. ;.:-. '^iJuly 8,v-1483, KfiQg:LoiilS^Xi;,ibt: ',^!B*ranoei ..-sent: GeofgeKsth^:; Graet mafl| , ,',.,ter^ mariner;. to tlie Cape Yerde Itf-lafkdB.to seek vaidous things jouch; Ing-"nearly to. the , w.ell-being.'"andt healthy ot oui: persons ' The Cape -vVerlie'lisIandersViiittd, :t^ ..L.. ,ofs]joSS6Bglng aoure.forilepro'ayjja re-/,r-po^t:'(^.'Which had'Ueenbroughrbflok 'to.^iiJE^inoB-',b -ffom: ttie, ' �jo^8t'of. Gtilnea," ,at "about (the. time Kin^g^'Louis -was In declining' health. ] ApcoVdihg,' to this' ;Trecltal of tbtej traveller, the' big, sea tu'rtles Vera :,c^ught-;t^�y, :the.; Jslatid;er�;:;when:^.t ::- ircaaiie out on itha'..be^!^li 'at low. tide: to: :;v: feed: :^They.^ere?-^sonoo7killed;'iaijcl ?, ,,:th?3r;ihloodie^^ . c sons: atflcted, � with:, leprosy bathed; in tjje blbod, and afterw'ftrds ate of the tutlle's flesh. Tftis" treatment was EASTERN EiiNEERS m. Montreal,jMaTOh,^7i-Following nej 'lotiatTons tnat'haV6:,-beeri In" progress' betweein'^K opminlttee o| the Brotherhood '^of LoiiomotlVe' Engineers and the C. P. .R. since January 1st, an increase of'WngoB amounting to the.tep pen cen^, has been'' obtaine'd by the 'engineers eraployed^onlthe lines east ;ef Cartei-. ,Whll6'.the''agreement by -whlob, 'tiis new achod'ul^.-jwijl 'take ef-'Ject hSjB not' yet been signed,,.p6nding ^the" Be^tlemeat ot somef.minoif pointB, regarding working ODridiMons, no further diffioultieft are^^antlolpated, and within a few days dt''l8 thouglit tne negotiations -.'will be -concluded. " , Pincher Greek, "Altft,',-Mjaroh 2,8.-7:^ A big Liberal rally wUi take place tu(!tle's rtiesn. xais  ireatmBui; wao here next TJusaday^," -frhen Premier kejft up, for two years, at'tiie end of Slft'on op^ns .the ifroviinolal'campaign. �pRiEMlER- AT PINCHER CREEK "whlbh time .the'BatiQnis were usual-, - ^i/" -"^ -'-^''^ /ly ".completed* cured of the dreadful ---The 'enabargo '-up and m'outh''disease I) �.  tilt liduYs  XI. �Was a- leper, v That [ in England; has- beeii.ralBed. , . " �.ri'//Vl./I..A',I' Jo.m the "don't, worry oM!"' }?uy your Ford' dayTHoii.-. : -saiids were disappoiiited4ast ^rear. Don't ,take > ,chance ,, ' this time.' Ai\dremember that, , the more. WG^ mii/ke the'h'e^iter j^;' we make them. Insist on an* , , ' immediate deliyery.^ >^ \! ' , There'" are more than"'220,OQo',. Fords'oi^J^e Tlie -women who are making :�thej suffrage fight in the.usual wa-y, "by �attempting to'converti'th'sir qpponan'ts' by press and pla'tform argument's^' have handed themselves' togethet/uk'^. 'derf-the.name;.of -the.iNation�l>Union of Women's SuKrago Societies, and are carrying-,on' a campaign: throughout the country, They" have beeri.hoW-j ing meetings at. the urtiv,ersities,-.,!.in" the hope o�, m'aking friends'- of the iypuhger 'monVof. the country ;;>', ..they have had demonstrations in most^'^of-' thelarge- cities; and wlienevetin'owi portunity.offered,i.they .have - ta'keq Part 'itf'.bye-elections. ' .....';>,.;- :�'vOn^:"'5t:': these sopportunitVes'oa'rt the election at 'Houghton-le-Sprlrig;; Thifi CQnstltuency>-has foi:/yearS::'tb?l{'i represent'ed.b'y a Liberal an'd the last, majoritv 'was so large that unless a' tliird party, intervened, the Unionist would haVe;had: no: chance of election;; ,Even though the Unionist was,opposed- to them, .thei':;Womep de'cided'^ :-'.tO; .'support him In;'preforenco to the'^Lib^ eral; J as. theli; policy has ;always-..he'eh �io ,' 'keep � the. go.vernment'v candidates out." At Houghton, however, the'y ;found In Alderman ;House, a = thii;ji candidate nominated by tlie Labor party, a man �whom they could sup-por,t Avith heart, and soul, for ''not';] only/'Mr. HoU&e, but his party, is pledged; to. givfe,^<-'R'*''5"^ ^aslcatonrf Cals-arv. .Edmonton and'Le" * 1^0 ^^^^^ ' *^ LESS ',.- � m B�antbi| EDMONTON j"h RZGINA, "i-^ SMS^^T00^ " CALGARY", LEThBR'-" ;