Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
1 12 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALtf WHY SHOULD NOT OLD PEOPLE RETAIN THEIR YOUTHFUL VIGOR atin-day, Slav J, ADVANCE GUARD HAS ARRIVED No Why Men And Women Of Sixty, Seventy And Eighty Should Not Be The Secret Of Happy Old Age The Famous Medicine Made Of Fresh Fruit Juices, Again Proves Its Great Value In Curing Kidney Trouble. Old age pays the cost of hvmj. Few men and women of fifty sixty and seventy are free of Kidney Trouble. Hard work mental strain and general debility, tell in the long run. Amd many men and women show thej have Kidney Trouble bv suffering with pain in the back, headaches rheumatism, sciatica, bladder disease To such people "Fnut-a-hves" has proved one of the wonders of the the most remarkable discovery of the century in modern medical science. This fruit medicine has performed hundreds of cures Yvhere the sufferer had beeu told that the cabe was incurable. Take, for instance, Mr. Ceo. Hartley, a prosperous fanner one of the leading citizens of Dundas County, Ontario At sevcnty-nt, he a the picture of the vigorous actions and the sprightly step of a man of fifty. Yet for twenty j-ears, with Kidney Trouble. He and it cured him. OHHSTSRvniS, JAN. 25th, ign "For over twenty years I have been troubled with Kidney Disease, and the doctors to'd me they could do me no good, and smd I would be a sufferer all the rest of my life Nearly a year ago, I tried "Fruit-a I have been using them all the time since and am glad to say that I am cured. I give "Fruit-a-tives'1 the credit of doing what the doctors said was impossible GEO. W. BAXKLEY Fruit-a-tives'' is, the only medicine in the w orld made of fruit, and is the only one that acts directlv on the, Udne} s It cures 53C a box, 6 for r of brick and faced nith stone trim- j CI IL Slh aicnui. and 11 th TSo completion at the I street I'anon McMlllcn, rector Old land mark on conlmunlon "Most you say "Every dealer in Canada is known to our trav- elers, and we certainly wouldn't pay a salesman who couldn't tell our cus- tomers all------" One minute, pleaje. The dealer isn't jour customer He's'simply a part of your sales organization, and a decidedly independent part of it at that. He is distributor for other con- cerns in whose goods he is just as much interested as he is in yours. And he isn't particularly interested in your product, any mere than in your competitors'. The dealer realiaes thai' he can sene six who order their goods by a n ell-known trade name as quicLly as he can serve me to whom he hai to demonstrate that a product is good. Your real customer the tlw cah your pickles, uses your safety razor You've got to sell your goods to the Public. Jdmce ritaritng your aJtertising protltms it arfiMlf ikmiflt anv Ticognmd Canadian advtrtisini agentv, or through the your When the user wants your gooda and won't take any you are independent oi all but him, yout real customer. To make the user want your goods, you'must do two things. 1 (i) Produce an article of value. (2) Tell him what you make, and why he should piefer it. .That's advertising. When aru the makers of pjano ac- tions, for example, going to discover that they do not know- their real cus- tomers, and, wtat is worse, that their real customers do not know them? So the public have to buy pianos m blind ignorance of the quality of the most important mechanical part of the piano, _ What is if; going to be worth to Ihe piano-action maker who first discovers" Limtjira real cuswrhf rv is-the Pub.hc, and not the piano' manufacturer who incorporates the action into th" com- l BUf., Toronto Enquiry wolvti no on mat, tf interested. will remove an old land mark on Hound street, and should greatU af- fect the tearing down and .-replace ment by better buildings ot many worn out'itooden structures in that .Quarter. HARVESTER OFFICIALS SUMMONED Chicago, llav 4 of the In ternttional Han ester Co were seried .with subpoenas-today, directing them to In St Paul, Minn, the fust Monday In June, In the dissolution pro ceedlngE filed by Attorney-General ject, Wickenham ajunst the Han eater Co Among those summoned were Cjruq H McCormlck and Harold P tlcCor- mlck. Hoh communion 8-10 a in Semw 11am and 7 JO p m Sun i s lion and Bible class 3 p n_ .Strangers come. FIFTH AVE. BAPTIST CHURCH "ith avenue and ISth slreei north C 13 Mchinnon, pas- tor H a m and 730 p in Sundaj school 3pm ptaier meeting fi p m Thursdai, choir prac- tice 8 p in Ml arc cordialh, inMtpd KNOK CHlRCIl A. Cr.. Cameron, :minister. Ham and 7 30 p m Morning sub- 'Tlie Queen of the- Christian and all other kinds of Seed FOR SALE Alfalfa Seed, per pound -2flc Barley per 100 jb. ,j "Flax, per bushel Northern Wheat, per bushel Extra OaLs, per SI.05 Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Lethbridge Giaces Picmng subject, "The Cloud or Witnesses" Sunday school p m Chinese class, 4 p m Strangers heaitilj welcome at all the scniccs ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH PRES- 13th street and 7th avenue north Her W Brv- den, M A minister 11 a in and 7 40 t p m Suntlav school and Bible class j A p ni Christian 8 pin nravei meeting p m All arc hcartllv welcome j FIRST CHURCH OK CHRIST I Hank lilock II a m and 7 5th, no services, pastor will be in Warner. catechism class -'The Irish parliament IB-debar- from altering the Home Rule''BUI or the potter to appeal to the Privi Council, (101 Rehgiousj eriualitv Is to be protected in the -Irish parliament cannot make laws, direct ly or indirectly, to .establish or to en- dow am religion or ro prohibit the fiee exercise thereof, 'or to give pre WHERE DOCTORS FJILEDJfl HELP Lydi. E VegeU- ble Compound Reitored Mrt. Green'i Her Own Statement Mo Yojr medieine hai more good thin nil the doc- tor's medicinfel. At tverymonthly period I hid to in bed four day) because of n d vy wu H I could hardly walk. I been taknic Lydi. E. Fmkhiun'i Com- pound and now I can up and do my work. I think it 11 Uw bent on eartb for women." JENNII GRKEH, Covington, Mo. How Mm. Cllne Operation. Ind can that Lydia E.Finkham'i Vegetable Compound hai done me more good than anything elx. One doctor said I must be opera- ted upon for a serioui, female trouble erence or privilege to any religion or to make any" religious ceremony a omlition of validity of any marriage (11) The Lord-Lieutenant Is to ave to veto or suspend anj hill on the instruction of toe Imperial ecutivei (12) Anj question on the inteipie tatlon of the Home'.Rule" Bill is to be settled by. appeal to th'e judicial com- mittee of ..the Privy Council. ..The authority of the Irish ex- ectith'e is to ;be co-extensive with that- of the lush paillanrent The 164 re presentatnes arc to he1 elected by the exiatlr.g, constituencies, but none, of these is to have less than pop- ulation. (14) The collection ot all taxes is to remain in the Imperial service, and they will be paid into the Imperial ex- chequer, which is to pay.over to the Irish executive an amount cnuivalent to the expenditure on Irish service at the time of the passing of the act (15) An additional sum of 000 is to. be paid to Ireland the first year, and this will diminish by 000 annually until it is reduced to services are to be handed over to Ireland. (17) The Irish parliament is to power to reduce or to discon- tinue tlie Imperial taxes, excepting the Income tax and the stamp and estate duties. (18) The Innh parliament is to be parader was piouded, 'you march for the. mightiest reform the world ever seen The orderlj appeaiance of our procession depends upon each Individual marcher. public will judge, quite iilosically, of course, but no less critically." have power to alter the excise duties, but, except In the. case of beer and spirits, it is debarred from adding: to the'customs duties Anything which will give a.greitKr increase than :10 per cent. KING RECEIVED U.S. DELEGATION EXPRESSED .GOOD WISHES: FOR COMPLETE SUCCESS OF PANAMA EXHIBITION I ondon, Mai I members of thr I'mama Pacific Exhibition com mission of nhioh Tohn UajesMIam- li.ond is president, presented to hing George at Buckingham bv Am- erican Ambassador Reid The lung enquired as to the plans of buildings antl scanned with interest the skelch- mp; anil plans of the buildings Majcsh expressed the opinion tlial the California spun which rebuilt the citi of H.in Francisco aftrr the great lire and earthquake oi April, Casoarcts Cleanse Liver ;iud No Heidicha, Slek, Sour Stomach, Indigestion, Ciittd Tongue or Conitlpalicn Furied Tongue, Bad Tastt, IiidlgM- tion, Sallon Skin and Miserable Head- aches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, uhich'cauHo "your ilomach to become filled with undi- gested food, .which sours and ferments like garhHEe in a barrel That's the first step to mtold foul gases Ind breath, fears, everjttung that Is A Cascaret thorough horrible ind nauseating tonight ivill give SUFFRAGETTES IN BIG PROCESSION 1906, was sure to make the exposi- tion a success The King chatted col diall) unh each member of tlie com- niisMon and the com- missioners nere the gucfcts of the Karl of Granilanl .it luncheon His ifleansmg Innde and stiaigbten you out bj morning They work yon -a 30 cent box from jour drug- gist keep vou feeling good for months Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then to keep EXCITEMENT KILLED HIM Ont., .May mak ing arrest, Policeman lames Shine, of Canonoque, .dropped dead on the sidewalk this morning Winnipeg, Ma> vu-wi-ntoiu naoj uj-ijrj joj- tWnOUv. lenlAIC tfOUDlC 30 p m and Bible studj 8pm. Tho and that nothing conk) help me but an fnft'a" AnMrmtinM Ladies' Cotta society will meet Thursday afternoon :with Mrs. Dies- cth. WESLEY T P Pern, pastor J1 m and 7.30 P m operation. "I had hemorrhagea and at tiqiei could not get any medidne to itop them. I got in such a weak condition that I would have died if I had not got relief Mon r "Several women who had taken jronr Morning subject, "The Siiiicrinf; Scr- Compound, told me to try it and I M of .lehovali Evening subject, "d 'ound it to be the right medicine to I ".icsiis the Healer" Sunday 'idiool M up and overcame j and lilble olas-j 3 p m Tlie communion ,nd senice, peo I bp held al the elose of the niornnu; oufht to thank you font 0 M it nice SUanghn neloomc. CLINK, s. at T-I e troubl" CreatHt Event of Kind Ever Pulled Off In New Yerk New York, .May weather warm sun and-a cl less sky today for the.higgest worn... a suffragette demonstration in the his- tory o( New York. For nearly a year preptratioiiB for the great parade have been under way, and there was little for Mrs. Harriet Slanton Blatch, and her to do ex'ceptUo marBhall the varloin division, of their forces for the big paraAe 5 o'clock, and the meeting In Carnegie Hall at six The men, too, who had for placvi in, the parade, received a last word "of from Blalch dlirilif the morn- she said, through jirlnted card, with which-each would- the torture'ceased. SOME MAUNT jTHIS Industrial SPEAKER AFTER TYRU8 COBB AND JACKtON Tris Speaker lias .thrown o thp ring for the batting ship of the American league Tyrus jObb 'of Detroit' and Joe .faekeon of Cleveland have been hugging an opin1 on that the ot tbe oi zanuatlon should bo the pro pertj of of them neit October their stomach, livei and honels regu- I lated, and nevei know a miserable moment. Don't forget the their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. ither Bureau of Winnipeg, is organizing a perti of of them October loud trio to Hudion Bav. via Labrador'And Speaker sajs they "havr got to show len-s Sydney, thence back bv i ail 'him" t ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! What long nerve racking days of constant torture w'lmt sleeplMB nights of terrible itch, constant iltch, until it seemed that I mint tear off my vers then Instant rellefr-my skin cooled, sooth '.A and healed! The first ot D U D Pres- cription foi stopmd that aw Inslantb, yes the mo llent UUU touched the burning ikln hap been known, for yearn .is' the' only reliable ec zema remedy, for it. washes away, the disease and leaves the skin as-clear and healthy as that a child. If jou will come to our stoic had the agency for this lemedy for many years .that'we can telj you all about D. D.' D.i Prescription and' how it .cures eczema.' Or you can got n .free trial bottle bj uiitiiii; UDD Laboratories. 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