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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta But in-day, November 10, 1912, THE LETTIBUTDGE DATLy HERALD' COAL HURST NEW LETHBRIDGE COLLIERIES WHICH ADJOINS COALHURST SECTIONS 21 22, TP. 9, R, 22. Sit uated 6 miles N. W. of Lethbridje, and Upwards One-fifth Cash Balance per month per Lot No Interest to Pay BECAUSE th.e of Coalhurst are offering every inducement for the public to lo- cate here; free' sites for school, free sites for G, T. p. rail- way depot and trackage, free sites for lumber yards, etc., and special inducements offered builders. BECAUSE no evsr offered the investor' such an opportunity to make money as does Coalhurst. See statement in yesterday's paper' re- garding increase in population. Watch This Space! BECAUSE the Uthbrldg. from ihaft Ing only 300 yard. It I, separated from the collierie.' pro- by a rod allowance, and purcha.cr. are not hamp.r.d by rigid restrictlonii Phone 1084 P. O. Box 282 For Reasons 1 to 6 see Yesterday's Paper For Further Particulars Apply Watch This Space! CO A. M. WATSON'S STORE ON THE PROPERTY BLOCK Lethbridge HUNDREDS COME TO SEE MARVEL Men and Women Suffering Pain in Many Forms are Given Speedy Relief Cases (Hat Had Defied the Doctors for Years Are Given Instant Ease Tree Demonstration by Skillful Operators is Given all Comers Hundreds of people daily are find ing that there is quick and sure rolie! from pain in "Try-New-Lifc1 Free demonstration] have been en everyone who has applied and ''Try-New-Life" thn iates: discovery of science for thu reliei o! pain ant tha cure oi disease, ha i made; hun drcds of friends at ihe very Men with arms or legs drawn bj rheumatism which hits resist ed drugs, and liniments and hot bnths, were amaxed at. tite reliet they found the very first minute The cold hands and feet, were warm- ed into a glow, the flabby, deaden ed muscled woro stimulated to healtli and vigor, tho stiffened joints were made to work again, and the is tho delight- ful part of pain was reiicv- eij irj. "t niomenV Woman, came with iho kind of hcadaclu; that whitens the face with pain, draws lines across the brow and below the cor- ners of the mouth, and puts dark circle under the eyes. They must have believed they could be'reliev- ed or they would not have como, but belief had nothing to do with it just s0 they came, for a skillful operator, working wiht a soft vel- vet, llko applicator, soothed the throbbing nerves, gently stimula- ted the blood vessels to carry away tho blood that, was gorging the brain, smoothed away the lines of palti from brow and face and the difference in every one of them The special applicators made to reach the seat of naiu in the miia- nles of Uio hack, went right, to the spot Ihat felt so sore, soothed away the pain, and stimulated the muscles of tho back so that warm- th and visor and strength took the place of chill ami weariness and aching. Some had painful, ile- torniing malady caused by the blood leaving uric acid in tho form of chalk in tho joints of the fin- gers and toes. H was amazing how (illicitly these wore relieved. When treated with drugs and lini- ments gout is a slow and stubborn disease; but, "Try-Now-LIfo" is in- stant in its effects. Hands that had long bc-eii well-nigh useless were given back their suppleness In a few minutes, and the pain was taken away even quicker than that. "1 wouldn't havo believed it if my host friend had told me" said one old lady whose stiffened fingers IFP f'FA'QFQ LlLfi Ltfloto Should be Given Preference say Witnesses at Macleod Sitting of Commission were restored to use. It headache was gone. Cases of backache thorn were, among botii men and women. Ovar- work, mental and physical strain, weak kidneys no mntlur what causod it, tltorc they were with puln in thn small of the back. They could walk, but with jiain at every step. They could sit. down and rise up, but at tho coat of many a imiiS. They could even atoop and rise tip atfnin. but every movement was an ugony. A low minutes in the hands oC ;i trained operator made a world of vond anything I over hoped for" The old lady was affected by the Uiof that she actually of joy. "Send one of lliose machines out .o my who said. cannot, ifford to be without, anything that can do so much In the first ten minutes as I havo soon Little children there who hail suffered from Infantile piini- lysis and there were older persons who had been stricken. Withered arms and were warmed into life, Uio blood stimulated to How with renewed force .through half- dead parts and renewed yiuor mid vim injected into musclen which from dtaitse were wasting away. There is nothing yet discovered which equals "Try-Now-Life" for buildinK up a wasting muscle. Ami it works in a natural way aiding sin (I .stimulating -Xaturo herself to dike up (ho work she lias been uefr- Iticllng. Machines on calc at Hlgjnboth- am's drug store. IIoil [j-om 8 a. in. i.o 8 p. in. Offices: A .Sixl.li Sired -Macleod. Nov. town hall was occupied today by a good repre- sentation from the stock interests. All parts of Southern Alberta had men hero to discuss with the Ranch ing Commission Mil" best, means of reviv- ing this important industry. IUr. E. H. iMaimsoll, tlio largest owner of cat- tie in the south, was the principal mover i-n all the questions that came up, One of his resolutions, was that anyone who receives a lease should bo given the privilege of stocking it With'horseK. cit.tie cr shpep, or all of tiicse three, ii he so desired. This met with approval of all present, as many farmers who want sheep, were of the opinion that they would have to be in a particular district to grow sheep, but Mr. ilaunsoll's resolu- tion covered the ground so thoroughly have no fault Another motion that not more than 100.000 acres be leased or sold to any one man or company, and if a number of smaller lenses be auk- oil for, the smaller onca should be satisfied in pi-ofcrcnro to the larger ones, ttnis siviujj a larger number of leases, and so a greater number of cattle, horses nml sheep. The qnes- tion of funnel's vo-cpwaUng in leas.? (who have only a limited .number of stock, tlius making I lie expenses; o ess, bill jit. tin; sjinui timr" givii all the rf owning a nni her of stOL-k, and Urns visage in mix ed farming) met. with geneva! favor also tho bounty on wolves, (.a be no Inss than for full-grown onus and or more for pups; was considered a fair price for old otcs. an-il their young pe h-oad. The Ucminlon government wil bo asked (o assist the provincial gov crnmoiu in UIUR dealing with thcs 'hat work by logging train In sumrn Hog cholera las been, found 01 arm near Amherstburg. the complet plans. wag brought out in (ho todtiy, that tho prosociiiion appear to be weaving a. jict around defendant that may be hard to jiet out of. At five o'clock, Mr. Clarke his uddrcas to t.he jury, which was masi-arly, and hinted until fi n.m. P. .1, Xnlan tlien took- up tlie f''i- tlic defendant, and when Court a.-ljoiirsied at. "Paddy" was just setting warnud up to his subject. CHIEF HALL OF FERNIE MAKES A OF MINE ACCIDENT (Special to The Herald.) Ferine, death of Peter Hies a.s having occurred in U iiinc at foal Ore ok, waH -iiol the full i.vtriil of the- accWi'iil. Hutela and his Fioii were belli cauyln by the fall, but Vorslcy wit.li will dhuihlc him for HDIIHI time j tit which arc noi o! r. bilious nntuic i You may be paid in Cash improving walk like 108 Canadian farmers receive cash prizes (twelve each Province) in'our big '1912 FARMERS' CONTEST held a comcst last year in offered. This year there wii prizes (108) and therefore three tir to win one of them. You do not cement to win K prize. Many comparatively little cement. 'PHI; o.mcsl It rljltf. BI..I In .IT COSTS NOTM1NC, TO Canada Cement Company Limited, 503 Herald Montreal ;