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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 10 THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Noveiubet' us buy a 50-cent bottle of Psychirie (prpnounced 'WOMEN RULE IN Si-keen) from your druggist and give it tc-Vou flllNl WITHOUT (free) to prove its great value. UHNA WllHUUI ANY SUFFRAGE is greatest vitality for the recovery oi their wounded ai tjnitder of the age. Japanese army. ..tFor thirty years Psjchine has been And all because the Japanese knew almost e-very disease thac is du-s QOW j0 iej the white corpuscles cure, "sto run-down vitality. Hundreds thousands hs.ve used :JPsychine with wonderful beaeflcial re- There are two kinds of -in your blood, you know, red and received thousands of un- white. .-solicited, testimonials from people Bronchitis Broachial Sore Throat Weakness Indigestion Poor Appetite Chills and Sleeplessness and Xervous After-effects of Plenrisv, L4 Catarrh ot Stomach Night Sweats Obstinate Coetgha Lttryagliisana Th? red csrry nutriuon, .the white Psychine has cured, oi :c 'many are tfae or of the Thats why 've -believe it will cases, hopeless ailments, bodv beneficial to you. There are stfll tiousanis oi people Ts-nenerer a disease term the Now we dou't ask you to take ICTffering. from disease; however, whom bodv lhese wbjie C0rpuscles and word for the .tremendously beneficial iPsycbine can. benefit. liwrallj eat it. A wound that auraets'disease germs from the air is cleansed 312 billions o'-phagocytes, puseles. devouring these There are sti3 thousands vbo are rXrying to core themselves by wrong 'methods. TFho are dangsrons and vtuxtfui medicines. There are, still thousands are jgi-adualiy losing their body the necessary resisting1 '.power'io disease is slowly but surely .slipping away. There are stSIl those -who soon will tear the dread" "call in the niyhc" do not take prompt action. effect of tte below, mail U us, and we'll give an order -on. vyoar druggist (for hiin the- price) for a aOn-en't bottle of Psychine unwelcome :o be given you free of COSC. "We will undoubtedly buy and distri- Aay disease can be cured. by these in this Banner, hundreds of tnou- white corpuscles if they-be in sufficient sands of ,hese 50-cent bottles of Psy- namter or strong enough 'to attack and devour the germs that fcau.se the dis- ease. If they are not in sufficient numbers And we do that to show our entire confidence la this wonderful prepara- To. these- -we have the above message, ea: ii: et ns "hny a "50-cenc botxVe o' Pey- or strength, then the and disease disease serais the bodj. A confidence that has been based on from yoojr drugsrisi and sirt it yon, free, to prove its grsat -value." Tiat 50-cenc bocle of Psychine will .ao-re powerfally 'tsian mere 30 years' experience with this Tests the cause of every disease to spIeQdid preparation with a full tnow- tnck humanity is heir Chinesev peace and tuiyppil, ia.times of calamity and of prosperity, with other nations as friends and again appearing as fo'es. With all these changes, it was a wo- man's of the late empress -held the helm of rhe ship of-state. .Gray-haired mandarins, aristocratic Manchu great- diplomats, jienced statesmen, entered the inner ihall of the palace and .bowed their SIR WILFRID WILL FIGHT People Who work Indoors With Their Hands Trouble in the Opposition Ranks-Forget Galls on Leader Borden to Resign Ottawa, that the smoke of battle away from' last cornbai in Drurn- mond and Arthabaska, iwo things seem to be standing out pre-eminently. The first is Sir Wilfrid Lauriev's de- termination to go his naval policy as presented tcf-Parliament last session and, so emphatically endorsee by. .the majority of the members of bbtii--Ho.uses. of ParliainenL _; ;v A Silk Hat? The, other is that Mr.; Gilbert, the M. P.-elect, does not seem to be so great a democrat as he claimed to be. The first thing he did after being- in- formed of his election--was, to purchase, a silk- hat; the next thing to -for- ward a request to the man in charge and ask for the precious certificate which will give him the privilege of Seamstresses, watch-makers, airt- itts, draughtsmen, and many others, cannot properly handle their tools with cold, stiff hands. Many a lost hour or two on cold winter morn- ings resulti from the delayed heat of furnace or stove. The Perfection Oil Heater in a few minutes gives the tempera- ture that assures the worker warm hands and pliable muscles. 1The Alwlnttfy tmoktktt quickly gives heat, tnd with one filling of the font burns steadily for without smoke or smell. Has name spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to imoke, and iseasy to remove drop back so the can be quickly It has a damper top and a cool handle. Indicator always the amount of oil in the font. The filler-cap does not need to be screwed down; it it put in like a cork in a bottle, and is attached to the font by a chain, and cannot get lost. The burner bodyor gallery cannot become wedged, because of a new device in construction, and consequently, it can always be easily unscrewed in instant for rewicking. The Perfection is finished in japan or nickel, ftrong, durable, well-made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. Diaitn Svtryta'f.ere. If KG', at ycxrs; write to fhtnearest tgtncy "jheads to the gi-ouud in humble travel on the railways ot" Cau- Jauce before the masterf.ul personality jada.; jot the sitting, on the. thr.onej evidently appreciates the {with self-possession, stately dignity, i importance, of his positioii and he also jaad recognized superiority. This is !quite evidently intends to make the 'an achievement .rea-lEze'd in it: He" aniT'bis gboi lady, will be here for the opeuing. They have already ma'de applications for -seats the front but advices fio The Imperial Oil mnsT; be ser.c wll then buy the oOc. bottle of Ps.rchine-from your welt i [not.yet whispered as a dreara in Ani- 1 erica. j f Second Woman May Rule "Even notv there comes another pos- j '.sibility leadeEship. by Man-; ;chu woman. Tlie.pnnce regent, while i i possessed -with power for the moment.. forget that there is another "j j empress, do'trjiger "presiding in the, in- luer precincts of the palace, and acting' mother to .the boy emperor. She i of the city eounett arrived and took seats "on -Hie '-i "Belore introducing tfie sneaker. i uftjd re expressed his pleasure inese UFE BEHIND 1BE i PRISON BARS Stirring Address By Colonel Pngmire on Crime and C The Salvation Army citadel was last evening: by -an others. For instance, the man con-J meeting the note the Salvation Arniv bad-Sma? 1 k-Uept W with the growiu of the did the foi-mer empress dowager tie honor done him in -oemg- asked to i She -f !most classes of society, buuthe otaciate at the The adaress t lion of tae eveningr -would ;appeal to strongly, as in his profession he into --contact with criminals a areat j deal, ind it -was his opinion tha. I are such.not-from a'desire TO do -wrong iuto the Hfe of the nation, and .exert jtae United S'tites there .are one iiun- a coutrolliag inflaence ;on its 'affairs. j in the manv prisons of Canada and and. twenty thousand prisoners.( ni e ai-a despised'- by' er not the strong" personality of the. late empress dowager, be induced ant of opposi-1 Trill, no: tell whether they .will bring- the t.vo children with them. Sir Wilfrid Determined Those who have access to the Pre- nier's confidence state that ho is quite determined to his uaval policy, and to rise or fall by Ms de- -to make it" plain to tae world that: while ..Canada-.is- determin- ed'to remain the British em- ire, it must be done by a" policy which .will be Canadian and. -which will give the best results to Canada. to. At sert reaL D Q_ a seeuledlo wins, as :his friends believe he the time comes for decision and fa'-'i'lie; that the .tism of-the prince, regent... to as- J must be a Canadian nary ,tmder thai :whichisaar.-Jbe regarded as tae, control of the-' Canadian Parlia: There is s. meat; and the [.Canadian ;people. today j but because ..they are are [Qui 1 I and j Sir G. E. Carrier, as a French Cana- ture of reformatories, instead of plac-iturus awaylTom the prince regent and !es of nunisament. An instance of this paTOrs tiie emPress Evea who was not ai'rffJ'd'to sacrifice r asserting ner fall power, it is'liis public career, for the sancity All Users of EDDY'S "SILEN-T" MATCHES KROW; they make no noise or and, have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by Ilie E. e. Co., limited, Hull, Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them -If ;.he -1' stand out, cf Quebec as represented by noGd and .Arthabaska., there are coun- crowd to iiear Col. Pugmire, of Tor- onto, deliver his address entitled "Life ..Behind 'the Prison ;CoL Pug- mire is a good speaker, and his many demied to die in this city on. Decem- ber 15th, although undoxrbtedly a mur- Central prison men are-put o experiment: is men in Toronro. their "honor and rorking non. less principle that Canada is, a-adimust.} eonifected -the fever an: integral pait" oJ'-'the j are i.i slinping pub- British Epire. .j. thai-.vast empire.. f r, M .tie ofl' pathetic stories brought tears 10 ty-es andlejace, aerer. -was to commit the: crime bv another: person who eoes j prisoners attempting to escape as i- 'iyet, iliere -are no bars ou the wiu- aocrs and the guards go unarmed. There "In China, thereJare7" palace cliques; no -slackening the, .-i- Mo Public Recriminations M _, No -Slackening- :sjlf may .be, it is l oe, it can be confidently after -ttie; cam- ign of education has been more effi- idently carried out. Vvhatever the re- certain that those Coi. Pugmlre opened Tris address by About sixty per cent, of nil ihe'pris- in America, there is a parti2aaship of the G-oremmeiic. ua Sir t vrh.0 Lhouglit the naval bill was a dead j are woefullv mistaken. On tiie platform with Col. Pugmire; a reference to the wonderful growth of oners jn: America" :are under that is more intense .in. its hatred and animosity than ere C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C.. who oc- He here years M T _ -rf years of age.. The ciuse of this class .but none the -chair; jfajor of .Lethbndge was merely a village; iis of proper itome t couver; Cnief A. H Me-1 again two and a Half years azo. when >mTArmy maintains a Keowif. T.er.. A. J. Prosser and Rev. jit nad changed to a town, and 7iowjfor ]ocailn" A. .ii. Gordon. TaTrards the close finds a large modern :city. He was i has ..nailed his colors amid the rival-1 tae-mast, and they will stay there un-1 MEDICAL _ PRESCRIPT IONS of Peking, in.'. China, there- are the- people of. Canada .tell nim to BLAMED FOR DRU of they ever do. wide separation of capital and labor! Conservative Trouble people Cor 'restoiins husbands to their urtmeatithat exists here. "Jn.Ch.ina, there are Meanvdiile the uomesac difficulties frien.lc. j differences of opinions [Ifsertotij jealousies, which are and mutual lof the Conservative party in the situ- only made; anon created by the success of the PICTURE Large assortment of the newest designs ;in Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO. BikTON Cement Home, Glyn Street, Opposite Sherlock Bldg. Xew York. Nov. 11. Blame for the .and growth of the mor- pmne i't, was placed on the should- 3. etc. Last year O'-'or two hun-.'kiio-wn through the quiet whisperings -MonE-Bourassa Lavergne campaign j arug. a and lifty people were located, jof private in the Un- continue to multiply. Not only.. has last night rear, majority of the prisonersjited States, we have, flashed be-jlson. G. E. Foster, the deposed jars beamd the bars throujrb the i.'j-jlore the whole iworld, recrimination, itonant of the leader of the Opposition.. _ jriuence oi" strong driak. iu-islander. libel, and false accusations, land Mr. George Taylor, the deposed caon containing morphine, except up- j stances of crimes and suicides vce.ro characteristic of our national'politics, jduof whip, sent messages of congratu ers of physicians, .who prescribe the meeting of druggists here to protest against the .re- cently, enacted city ordmaaco. prohib- iting tlie sale 'at retail, of any prepar- i given for which liquor was directly re- jsponsible. In China, the women know how to Mr. Monk, but, the man j gossip as they do here, but there is j The most critical time in a publicity and less harm_to one's, i career is the day he eaves jself or to others.' There' may be idle jThe Salvation Army makes it a point ciiriosiry among 1hese women of the jto keep in tonc5i riia yrisons and-orient, but today their curiosity is b'e- J the the iey Rodolphe. .For; man et, M. on- a, doctor's prescription. The ord- druggists says: In our opinion the .two main, causes of the morphine. iabit are the indiscriminate use of narcotics by 'physicians and the us of narcotics lor recovering fronvthe effects of al- coliolism. caswell Mayo, oneiof tiie s-Si'd neTiad made a.', canvas by.-mail a number of sanitariunis, -and plies had inance ss aimed .primarily at paregoric' per cent..of tue victims of drugs' forra- Charlevoix. has Mv.. Borden's leade onrbim to resign. formerly r'hjp, ard ihojand stomacli remedies, according to [or members of -the. board- of- health, its pas- in sage. A 3'idtcment issued ed the habit as a result of scnptions given by and only eight proprietory by the 1 medicines. jiend a helping hand 10 -hoss v.-hc turned into'chaunels of public ser- Talk jJeavm-g. Jobs are vice and usefulness. j Ja a written satement. Mr. Forget! ones at firsi, and if ihe- man proves] "In the rapid cnaages that are now it out as his oninion that iae (wining and capable a. betu-r iootained. It has job is I taking place, I would not be at -aii l.-ailia'nce between toat I surprised within ten years we would the XaTionalisis is not oulv un I You Can Clean the Top of a Sask-AIta Range With a Cloth or a piece of paper and make it shine lilce a mirror. The top of a Sask-AIta Range is burn- polished. You need therrmssy stove polish that you require-for your ordinary -no brushes, no mits, no blackened hands, j wire and tamuy ol ;n? mar. iimpfopriety from vrith 3Ir. Bourassa at their [aiui- Hie Army does :is uest 10 adminisirativ'e.power are even more Conservative Than no tired arms and back. This is but one reason why the McClarv alter inese i j In i nimseir a.s s htte scant [lemuiiona! Prison I taauer ot' [vices an prisons. j Col. :iug ciieci-fe when he ;turc. .I'.irit" rojoi ;5tie" Mayor ar.ci special council i i-aairmun saui .Mayor for bains la: i nim to speak. ptre has for so many years rested i> the In- laress. TO ihe religious ser- [solely in the hands of a -woman. There may be- a Manchu; woman on ihe iarone and a Chinese -woman- in the his lec- took' 'his arrived hriootins would rjuiiis seat, from i TJtc ihe CURED OF CONSTIPATON Mr. Andrews Dr. Indian Root 'is the range }-ou need. The other reasons are in the Sask- AIta booklet that will come to you free, from the nearest McClarv the nearest McClary agent's name and. address. Write today for the Sask-AIta booklet. 64 Several rousing iVriny soncs" wore siins d'jrin? ilie and Majoi A Jon- is Col. Pucmiiv; each save :i iiev. A. j. Prosse'1 clnaet! the meet- ing by pronouncing Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, N.S, irrites: "For many years I have been troubled London, Toronto. Vancouver, St. John, S.B., 'HsaJillon, For Sale by -Stafforil-lljnBW7 CoM BURKE IS ELECTED liismarcK. ,D.. Nov. Kijrttc'.s ctioct.ion was conceded by uuairman Talcott, of the Republican alter Lcarinj; defin- n.eiy from a -number of counties. On riio ic'iil returns ii is probahlo ihat BUJ-KC'S majoriiy will be'smaller than 11 vrjt-5 i wo years ago. A man who claimed 10 a grand- son oC (he late W. E. Gladstone, was arr.esied- at St.-. Louis, charged; 'wrttt He is said to be an im'oostcr. chronic Constipation. This ail- ment never comes single-handed, and I have been a victim to the many illnesses that constipation brings in its train. Medicine after I have taken in order to find relief, but one and all left me in the same hopeless condition. It seemed that nothing vrould expel from roe the one ailment that caused so much trouble, yet at last I read about these Indian Root Pillff. That was indeed a day for me, for I -was so impressed with the state- ments made that I determined to give them a fair trial. They have regulated my stomach and bcwels. I am cured of constipation, and I claim they have no equal as ft medi- cine." For over half a, century Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have been curing con- stipation and clogged, inactive kidneys, with all the ailments which result from them... Thcv cleanse the -whole system ti upon the urify at 25c, a box. Sold everywhere J, tvbo am the Conservative member ior Charlevoix in the Commons." Teil Borden to Resign r -Continuing, 31 r.' Forget "i recall the words ot" >ir. Borden 'in of'Commons, the leader of the who have voted against me on the naval ques- tion iiave not Celt the pulse of the province, of Quebec. do not know how it' is beating.' Pulse of Quebec ''Well, they hovx- rhe pulse of Quebec is beating. Sir Wilfrid put his linger on that pulse, and so has Mr. Uorden. That is why I consider that both of them have been defeated in Drummonii and Arthabaska. do not hesitate to go farther to declare that Mr. Rovden has alter- native but to resign Ii he has any hope tlm his party will gain power as a result of the next elections" Possibilities The idea of opening another county in Quebec, as" a further test, of public j opinion, is still in the air. It. may develop, and it. may not; all depends upon the result of tbe-fii's; party caucus after the re-assambiing j of Parliament; but there cp.n. bo no doubt but that there is strong pres- sure being brought to bear upon the Governnieni to open a constituency in issue, and let tie 'opinion of Ontario be set against that Obstinate Coughs Cured Perhaps yon imagined your cough would off now "have developed a nasty, clinging cough. It have been better to start sooner, but now quick relief Trill be given. using Mathieu's Syrup bottle 35c. Mathieu's Nervine Powders 18 in box 25c- SYRUP of Tar and Cod Liver Oil which at once relieves coughs, colds and other throat troubles, arid not only cures the disease, to its tonic properties, builds'np the system against the recurrence. Where ibcrc is fever -with the cold take Mathieu's Nervine Powders to redacc the ferer and re3icx-e the pain. All dealers sell Mathieu's Sjmp of Tir mid. Cod Liver Oil and Mathicu's Xcrvine J. L. MATHIEU CO., Prop's. SHERBROOKE, <5UE. _ F-V1Q _. ._________________ WINNIPEG, EDMONTON. VANCOUVER, SASKATOON FOLEY BROS. LARSON COMPANY DISTR.18UTORS FOR CANADA ;