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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETiTBmnor; DAILY IIERALP Saturday, November TWELVE YEARS HORRIBLE Ontario Lady Suffered Tortures for 12 Years with Burning Eczema. "FruJt-a-tives" and "Sootha-Salva" Completely Cured Her. LAURA MATTICE KBWINGTON ONT., Jan. dreadful Sufferer fromlhit awfcl complaint for abcat.12 years." Sly hiuds ind arma werr ekitSy attactcd, aad the' piin and irritation weie terrible. I consulted several doclom and tried tvery rcnedj I heard of, but nothing mt an v good. in Ottawa, a friend asked se to try "EOvlhz-Salva" OiiUnient and to "Fniit-i-tiTes11 fil lie sane tune. I Usd little Uiis would be an better thaa theoihcr but after I h2-i taken boics of used oat box of I vas eTitirclj, cured aad alUhe LnjUlioa r.iiii, t e left M 7fe bctn.'tvcr sir.ce, frsejrpm l no'rcLurn of.the disease, UJxiti .'Wood, and practically relieved tbe dutasi and tbe Ointment completed the cure. cfcanct suCcientlj Ifcanfc the proprietors of these medicines for my relief niftc this statement with the hope frtHuChroiiicKcztjca Salt Rhearn, read testinonj- and try.ttis wonderful ointment act! and get well. nan estimate the torture of thi; lerrihl? chronic asd ncrfbusness, bul Iht're'is us'u.'illy a linjr i) parasite or germ which, attacts ,tbe skin and caused the burning and ilcliicg. Y all iapuKtiss from the blood, tones up the'itotaach, improves (Jigestloa, tad regulates the ijowels. "Sootha-Salva" kills tbe germs o! I 11 is sold bj deal are-it 500 A bpr, 6 ior tJ.5o, Ui-1 size, ?jc. Seat on receipt.of price by Fruit-a-tires I said lo believe pur- him to till fcji Ths death of Dillon" destrojs an im- portant lint of evidence authorities that jClevB (Julbertson, under arrest "at ]et in Touch With "the Post Office Petition1 WHAT PATRONS MUST DO AccorJing to the intormalion re- 11FF1L N01JFECICAIILE Raymond, Oct. the re- moral of the Urlff on ciUlo will uot mean the of the Can- adian, catllo trade aaj that U will not lu any way affect the prVifnt markets of ranchers U opinion of itockmtn Interview- ed by your, representative durfcj tfca past ait unanimous Iu two 1-olnU flrst that Chicago was too far away for the corthiceet Bhip- per and second that vim ihe openlug of the Panama canal to trade, Pacific coast will be tbe best market for tho Alberta pro- ducer. John. T. nonlaser, who. Vhcn srett on the matter, was en route to Hlatr- niore .Tvhere he owns a ciarket and produce business, had this to say: "I ani confident that new .tariff regulations will not lu- than are either or and yet may ia- dpwled on the This seem- ed poor tosto tho big Well- In E fanner. W. H. Fleinlns. cattle buyer of Cal- gary, asserted that he had known of several to Chicago and erery shipment. i who bad they had lost on lie aays that t! from .the ot the.duce Canadian nir.cliers to ship to Kural Mail Delivery Branch of iho Chicago. Although Chic-ogo Is a little Post Office Deiurtment-.ol Canada, all that the citizens any rural com- munity tiave to do.in order to Eecure such rural service, is to apply for It steadier, it Is too lone a car journey for ihe cattle." The shrinkage would offset any slight (UEerence la price. Our position be an eovlable iu the correct manner, and comply to j one soon, wlth-keou competition for certain conditions, which appear to: our beef anlmuls from the east, the be very lenient. The first agitation, west rind the south. Personelly I started in this community tbisjbeitevo that Vancouver wiil the future cattle market the west, as the.Pacific trade route is the cheap- est and most deniable to the great markets ol Oi course, Wln- service, at Grassy telse fair last wben Commissioner Tracy, In a strong sneecb. urged that the es- tablishment of a rural'sen-Ice was A vote wasi Toronto and .Mctttre.il will con- taken among the five hundred or softlnuo to set souie and Cblceso will farmeis ut the fair, as toi probably_attrart-.lhP southern their sentiments in the matter, and a I toba trade, yet 1 am sure the bulk of rousing affirmative, cheer Indicated that they WCTG all heartily In favor ofj such a convenience and .savinjr. Mr. Tracy followed up .this line of thought iu a letter to Ihe superintend- ent of this branch' of .the serrlce, and a perusal of the reply indicates tiiat it is now up to the people of Southern: to rise and claim these postal benefits. The department takes 110 steps toward the establishment of ru- ral miii-dellrery uutil it has plied'for.r-tt'ben. a petition :racches the Department 'steps .are taiefl; to have "enquiry made into U, and'tbe case is dealt vrith on Iis merits. Un- der section one of the regulations govern Ing the foUow- the cattle will to Vancouver or .Mr. Heuinger .also had to say in regard to tlitep inspection. He couM .cot s'e