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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 1J, THB LITHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGBHY1 People's Forum TAKES ISSUE WITH MA YOU ON MEXICAN QUESTION Editor your Issue of tlio 81h instant, appears a communi- cation from Mayor Harilie, setting forth his opinions concerning Mexico, during his twelve months lojourn in that country. There are a few. statements In this article that any serious student of history cannot _ic unchal- Cut This Out Famous SpeeiJtlint's Recipe for Catarr- hal Deafness arid Head Noises If you .know someone who is troub- led with head noises, or catarrhul deafness, cut out this formula and hand-to them, and-you wlil have been the means of saving soirib poor suf- ferers perhaps from total deafness. Hecent experiments have proved con- clusively that catarrlml dcafiiesR, head ware the direct cause of constitutional disease, and that salves, Bpr'aysi Inhalers, etc., merely temper- I so wi tli the complaint, and seldom, if ovqr, effect a permanent cure. This being so, much time and money has bcoii spent'.of late by" a noted special- ist in perfecting a pure, gentle, yet effective tonic that .would quickly dis- pel all traces of the catarrlia! poison irom the system-.- The-effective pre- scription which was eventually form- ulated, and which has.aroused the be- lief-that deafness will-soon be extinct, Is given below in understandable form so .that anyone can treat themselves in their own honi6 at" little expense. Secure from your druggist 1 oz. Par- mint about 75c worth. Take this home, and add to it U pint of hot water and 4 OK. of moist "or granulated sugar; stir until dissolved. Take one tablespoon fill four times a day. The first dose promptly ends-.the most distressing head noises, head- ache, dullness, cloudy thinking, etc., while the hearing: rapidly returns as the system Is invigorated by tlio tonic action of the treatment. Loss of aud: inucua dropping in the back of the throat are other symptoms that, show the presence of catarrhal poison, and. whioSi are Quickly overcome by this efficacious treatment. Nearly 9tf per cent, bf.all ear troubles are direct- ly caused by catarrh, therefore there are but few people whoso hearing can- not be restored by this treatment. Every person who is troubled with head noises, catarrhal deafness, 'or catarrh in any form, should give tills proscription a trial. There.Is nothing better. ordering Parmint al- ways specify that you want Double Strength; your, druggist lias it or he can get U for you; if not, send 75c to the International Laboratories, 74 St. Antotne St., "Montreal, P. Q., who make a specialty "of it. Adv.t. FOR FirstClass SEE Walker and Holberton Rear Coaldale Hotel Phones 521 1785 Repair Work a Specialty Estimates Free longed. Taking than seriatim, we are Ht lirst shocked to rtld this, "At- least a third 61 the population tio ol mixed Indian, Negro aud' Spanish blood. Neither one .is vety good in Itself." The colonization ot thja con- tinent, the protracted light of Spain against the Moslem Invaders, the deeds ot valour rtcotcled on every page o! Spanish' history film magni- ficent literature; to which the. Span- ish language is the key all prove thai old CaKtiliau blood Is eoinething ol which to ho proMd. Some so-called historians may ilamo the Jesult'ii ior all in Mexico. Undoubtedly, Sir.. Hardie knows that the Jesuits were expelled tiom all the Spanish dominions in under King Charles HI., through Ihe machinations 61 the clev- er scoundrel Arandft, who was their prime minister. As things failed to improve afterwards! why blame tne Jesuit's There is. no .more aalicnt (act in the lislory of all Latin America, than the constant fight ot the church for Ihe betterment ot the inasEes. The church, surely, cannot desire. 'to un- dermine education, and yet' maintain schools as it has done in Mexico. As far as Diaz being a tool of the Church is concerned; must be re- memhered that he was one -of Benito Juarez1 most trusted commanders. And, if later, his own policy tended to favor the church in any way, we mist all admit that it was wondejr- 'ully disguised. What does Mr. Hardie mean by Bfcating that, "the aterage Mexican's morals Concerning the qiKStion of a reli- gious marriage 'not being legal in Mexico, it might surprise Mr. Har- lie to learn that the same state, of affairs prevails in Prance. However, to anyone acquainted with the social ostracism falling on the couple that fails to have it completed by a "fully gowned it becomes evident that in the. ot everyone con- cerned, the civil performance is only a legal requirement not much more mportant than obtaining a marriage iccnse is, in this country. The impression left, in the reader's mind after a perusal of Mr. Hardie's' etter, is that the neat of the state of Chihuahua, aided by a diet of chili caret and tortillas, prompted a hasty judgment of many things existing there. It takes many years :o understand a foreign people. As many years, possibly, as Mr. Hardie spent months in Mexico. FREE OF ALL TRUE "Fnilt-a-tiws" Brought Him Perfect Health Avow, May i4th. 1913. "I tan younger since I have, been taking I was troubled very badly with Piles, Coaiitipttion aud Stomach Disorder, but I found "Fruit- was the panacea for tic wliolft three. Now I am free of atl these diseases and: enjoying perfect health, aud able whenever I like. Five years ago, I atarted taking I trie took two every night and they worked (or mm GROWING New Station Agent Wheat Being Other News No other medicine I could get.was so rood and I took lots of differed! reme- dies before I found out how good "Fruit- were. I kcip "Fruit-a-Hves" OH the and am never without theci. I take them with me when I go tuotoring, can have them handy. "Fruit-a-tives" are worthy of every good word I can tay about them. Ths-fact that they cured me of Piles, TVM thing to be everlastingly thankful GEORGE XAUR. box, 6 for trial size, 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of prict by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa- HARRY E. MIAHD, Coal Creek, B. C 1914. SCOTTISH NOVELIST DEAD Ixmdon, May Isabella yvie Mayo, the Scottish novelist, died here today, aged seventy-one. MRS. GREEN ACQUITTED Plea in Fernie Shooting Case- Fernie, B.C., May Green, colored, whoi (Ihot her husband some time ago, following a family quarrel, acquitted on the charge of manslaughter in Su- preme Court, late yesterday. The judge charged strongly In favor of the accuwed. The .defence- based its case OE self-defence grounds. Retlaw, May cow Cana- .enever I like. Five years Fairbanks-Morse company's elec- is now installed the new hold, Every thing wil i be really for a grand opening 01 j June 1st, Messrs, Simonson 'aud Ar ristad are sparing no pains to havi i this a first class hotel in every way Ketlaw now has a depot agent the persoi' ol T. F. Cane, who cornea here from Brooks, It seems fine to have our depot opened everything inside and out is ready for business to hear the click of the telegraph in- I'struments, and know we are in the j the'living. We are sure of two i trains per week and more later Jon. i Acting Superintendent McGregor land the roadmastcr and head engineer [were here in their private car ou a trip of inspection on Friday last, This is the first official visit made us, and we are glad to see them as we know it means there is something coming our way. Messrs. Campbell and White have put a new root on the meat market and made other improvements the past week, Mr. Simonson has his family here now from Stavely, and is huilding a new cottage 24 x 21 Mn the west part ofj town. The way new families are coming now we will soon have quite good-sized town. The C. P. K. have scattered the rolls of woven wire fence and posts all the way to Retlaw, -and will soon have their road fenced on both sides to prevent stock from getting on the track. Wire gates in on the unsettled part east "of he-re. The Ogilvie Elevator Co. have ship- ped seven cats of wheat so far thi; month, and report there is quite lot of wheat still to be marketed. Wheat is 72 cents now. We received by last mail our sara- J pie of Gold Coin potatoes from the The Mexican Charge to! Experimental Farm, and they were at in thc bftst mediately came to Toronto, Ont. When i land, wc and, wc IlQPe to interviewed by the press he was very! E00? report on them. optimistic of the prospect of an-early I tnoSe who have not. been to see settlement of the dispute with the! Retlaw yet, we want to say you wi United States. j be surprised tft .-find a town of such in so short a.time. We don't take SENOR ALGARA a back seat with-any place in Alber- Toronto, twelve hands ta of our age. Our farm work is well blaring out "Boyne Water1.1 and, along. Conditions are fine. To date "Protestant Boys" Toronto it has been a little, cool, but pros- Unionists marched through the. cifcylpects are good. If we get enough today to protest'against the impost-' moisture during the. next sixty days tion of Home Rule upon Ulster world will take off its hat to to prove to Premier Asquith'that I there are men overseas who want to see a compromise which will leave Ulster under the Imperial conference. METHODISTS IN .SESSION TODAY Medicine Hat, May annual district meeting of the "Meth- odists of Medicine Hat district is in session. The increase of member- street railway systems, committed! in t'ae district during the year suicide in his berth on the Oriental! was over 50 per cent, while givings Limited. Losses in Canadian real es-lfor all purposes increased 30 per tale the cause. cent. Minot, NT. F. 'McLelland, of Glasgow, Scotland, in this coun- try investigating Canadian and U. S. Alberta.' 'HAT Wherever the while man fun, fnme or maximum food value and minimum liulk are prime you'll find this sturdy, appetizing food, iijiide of whole wheat and barley. Grape-Nuts is probably the longest baked, the most thoroughly dextrinizcd, and Ihc most easily digested of cereal foods. (Digests generally in about one hour.) Because of this quality, Grape-Nuts produces great energy wilh little effort in digestion, and so furnishes a most admirable diet for hot weather or tropical climes. Ready to eat from the package, fresh and crisp. Served with cream, milk or fruits, and sugar if desired. Keeps indefinitely anywhere, "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts v by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postura Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. Eat too much? Feel like a balloon? WRIGLEYS SPEARMINT relieves "over-eaten feelings. You often swallow food without ing it without causing saliva enough. This clean, pun, healthful chewing confection promotes saliva and adds di- gestion-aiding mint juice besides. You'll want to eat you can eat more because you can digest this delicious aid to digestive ease. Be SURE it's Wrigley's Made Canada BY THE BOX ty pcckigw-tt costs, j mUl ami thew itafter every meal AUSTRIA AT PANAMA-PACIFIC London, May telegram from Vienna says Austria will be officially represented at the Panama-PaciClc Exhibition at San Francisco, but as the government has granted only no special Austrian pavilion is to be erected. Liberal Chief Forty Years in the Public Eye Ottawa. Out; May a gath- ring of Liberal members of the two louses held this mornins, at which ir AViUrid Laurier was not present, It 'was decided to tender the Opposi- tion leader a dinner before the close of the session in. celebration of the fortieth anniversary of Jils entry into public life. Sir Wilfrid first entered Parliament In 187-1. Reference was made to the fact that just a century has el- apsed since the Opposition leader made his first public speech. It also happens that this is Lady Laurier's birthday, the event being recognized by the sending of a handsome, bou- quet' to her. "0. T.'i. MAKES STATION MASTER WEAR SMILE On a system so Intricate as that of Ilia C.P.R., where the troubles of the train despatcher are added to by the problem of -having in many cases only a tricit-fsr both freight and passenger trains going both the record of a perfect day showing: all trains run on time gives the same feeling ot satisfaction that a patient player feels, who wina out game of solitaire. Imagine then tho genial smile which diffused Itself like sum- nifir sunshine over the face of Mr. Miller at Windsor station, whan could point to Waraelesa records ot May 3 single train on the eastern division marked "0. T." Mny 3 'was a Sunday, on which 4t might ho esnected that trains should be good, but May wliizz! FIVE- PILOTS RUN DOWN: DROWNED Cardiff, Wales, May pilots were.drowned off this port In' the Bristol Channel today, ivhen a pilot boat was rammed and surUt by the British steamer Star of .New Zealand. The pilot boat was carrying helms- men to in-bound ships to steer them into the harbor when she was run down in the fog. The' boat sank so quickly that the' men could not be saved. TWO HUNDRED Want Accommodation at Falls, Whtrf Mediator! Are to Mtct Niasara Falls, Ont., May it said the management of the Clifton House has already had for reservations from over two hundred American newspaper men, wlio will be here in attendance at the: United States-Mexico proceedings. Ths tele- graph companies are installing manj] CITSE KILLER Absorbs the dust and saves labor in sweeping CARPETS Cleans and LINOLEUM without scrubbing. Most Sanitary method of sweeping WOOD FLOORS Contains antiseptics to destroy germs and pro- tect your health, NQRC DUSTY FRIMYJT ALL GROCERS Rchue intut upon DUSTBANE Wilson Hop Wholesale Distributor. ;