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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Hi US1MY, X6VEMBER !S, 1920 ALBERTA WOMEN AND ALBER iBYiULLIE fFS McK WELiQME CU3SIOM THE.SE r CARE Of _ _ lit', 8 LIIS- H5R IN MACHINE GUN IN STREETS OF CORK The Insane c-irh is ISM' lie "province mJ.li> Itgtl provision, lur Hs-ir.sane, aac! iex- cert I'or tbe ot tte Estate, the Is'.ws pat Mil si lhat lima r.ava Lot Uueu vna'.Iy ihaugeJ. Aiiy.uno juiigiug another penoi: to mates such latemer.t'lo a Justics of tl e who inve.'.tagales, und if in ae case-hiwell j still.inpre. serious. Tliero Is theii too, tto patient himself, but ihu5a deijeodect: uppa .him to consider. Tue wife r.as uot the- legal, right to sle? into '.hu breach. If some oue 0132 is person is not i.lwaya iiiis not i.he ail- :-of. th-l estate ot a Oeceia- I purMiu, wtilcti may usually bn speed- is jlstraKir laeu-irnas "jnir advising r-lth a regular! mtilical and It the rcrty is'judged Inssno, makes.-au order for or her deter.tlou in an asylum. Trhls C'Cl'clil then, If, the guardlm not only of.tho estate but of the person of tho 1 It the jMilent Is'the head patience. In the meantime agitate that for (he good of the homes of this country, a real justice "may be estab- lished. Mr. am not the M.I..A. Our names happen to lie tha same. Thanks for your kind words regarding "Alber- ta Women and Alberta 1 fear, however that I cannot help yoii much. The courts ot the provinces of .Alberta their attractiveness the possessor of tbe "pimply face" rendered uahappy for years. Their presence is'- a source of em- barrassment to Ihosi afflicted as well as pain and regret to their friends. There effectual remedy is for Criticise the Federal Govern- ment For Refusing to Repeal it TORONTO. Nov. cri- ticiring the federal government-for refusing to repeal the, luxury tax and compelling the retail merchants throughout the country to act-as tax delegates to, the anr nual convention of the Ontario branch of the'Ketlil Merchants' association.of Canada which opened here yesterday to make further represenations.to the government urging the repeal of the Luxury Tax act and the substitution' of'a tax applied'-at the source ductipn.-During' the discussion on the luxury tax the delegates claimed at ihero w; ,e tax, wb.ii they said -.vas expen- dock Blood reliable medicine that hag been'on' the ihar- a younj; r.irm who practiced medicine in e rural' dis- trict became famous and was called in consultation in many towns and cities because of his success in tho treatment of disease. He finally made up his mind to place some of hia treat- meiita before the entire United States and, moving to Buffalo, heput up what be called hy. Favorite Pre- Bcription, and phccd it with the druggists iaevery, StaW and in Canada, i That was fifty ago. For Jifly years this Favorito Prescription of Dr. Picrce's has sold more largely throughout tho otiited State) than any olhor medicine of like character. It's tho testimony of thousands of women that it has benefited or entirely eradicated Bach distressing ailmenta as women are prone to. lor over fifty years some of Dr. I'ierce's home medicines havo been BeUine drug counters, so that more than forty-eight million bottles hare been sold during that time. This spcats well for the rehabihty and value of Dr. Keren's gtanclard home remedies. Dr.1 Golden Medical Discovery is a blood tonio and strength- builder which contains no alcohol, yet haa tonic qualities that have American public, _____________________ a divorce on the ground of'adilltcrj'. A wqinar. Imwevcr, must prove not-on- ly aduHery but cruelty. The proof also must bb very much more conclusive than that liy which hpr hus- band may fasten the very sanio crime I. i clear arid healthy. from Mrs. James Waterford, Oat, writes "M y. .face wua covered with pimples for nearly a year, I used .different kinds of remedies lo get rid -of them them thought [try Burdock Bloodviiitters. I did so THE CANftY SCOT NOW JN ECLIPSE f pimplea used three bottlea; find. fouiid. the all disappearing (rom (Toronto Globe.) Thb Scot whose thrifty pro- prfnsities earned for him undying notoriety v.hen he slated that ha was not long In London till "bang went saxpenoer' was positively reckless in his expenditure com- pared with the CornUhrnan .who presented himself at the Central Y. M. C. A..on Friday afternoon, looking for work. "I'm going back; I'm going were the with Which he greeted Secretary Hun- ter, "I cannot get a long havi you been In queried the Secretary. 'Since this was the reply; "and I've spent a "Too bad, too murmured the secretary sympathetically. "Was that all ths money you Etad with "I've a thousand pounds In my the rsply, "and I cannot afford to spend U like this." gasped the secretary, "and you've spent a dollar already. he fainted away. my race, and now J liave a clear, com- plexion ngain." M. R. B. inanufnclurefl onlv by tha T. Milburn Co., LtmUcd, Toronto, Advl. "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair! Make It Abundant! sive and tended to discriminate ag- ainst the retailer. Besides they claim- ed that it Injured business. of the Retail Merchants' association of Canada, advised a constructive po; Hoy; Tho retail merchants, If they realize their proper standing, would determine' the welfare of tho Domin: Mr, Banfield said. Judge Rotison, former, chairman of the Board-of Commerce, had told him that the Retail Merchants' asso- ciation would be the strongest'trade organization in Cannda.'if the mem- bers only were blended together. The flay; of the proportional representa- tion was coming, -Mr. Danfield said, iuid if the retail merchants Blood to- they c'juld vote their own rep: resentatives into parliament. n tymu iur aiseaBca v. discovery of '10 hag been successfully i. I people who ,mte Pierce in unqusli- their backache and other kidney troulkr McQILL CAMPAIGN IS ALMOST FOUR MILLION MONTREAL, Nov. Including llio nillUon dollars liy Ino provlnctet Western Ontario Woman Makes Appeal to Governor- General lo he contributed governineiit, Iho campaign (or a minimum o( in Ihc McOill cetitennial endowment last night approached the ful hair. Immctlfatcly iider a "Danduriue' massage, your hair takes on r.cw life, lustre and womlroi.ia hear.ty, appear' ing twice as heavy aurt plentiful, cause each hair seems to, (luff nnd tliloken. Don'l let your liair slay life- leas, colorless, plain or Ecraggly. .You, ion. wanl of long, strong, bealill- (nut fnllllDh innrk, totalling with last liishfs subscription Tlio Hank of Montreal contrihiUcrl 000; Ihc [ioyal Hank Mcr- t conquered bv chants' Bank Molaona Bank hair hrlglit and Un-City and District nosg nnd abundant A 35-cent boltle of dellelildll "ban- rierino" freshens your fccalp, checks ('nmlruff nud falling lialr. This Btliu- nlating "licauty.tonio" gives to thin, what you can for a I poor grass Is the appeal of Western Ontario woman who has written to the Governor-General. She wants to secure a divorce from her husband, who, sjie says, is living with another woman In the United'States. She adds that slw has determined lo get married in nny event, "for no one gets coal and eats for'nothing Ihcso days." Her teller has noeii delivered to tho propsr authorities Iier6 and she has been advised to consult a lawyer, because, although the Senate? may re- mil tho fees of an impecunious ap- plicant for divorce, a lawyer Is In a position to pronounce upon her case and carry out the requirements of tho law. To date sixty-three applications for bills of divorce havo been (lied with the Clerk of Ihe Senate. Nine- tenths of these, it Is said, have been mado by Toronto people. Senator Ross, of Mlddleloti, will, it Is understood, re Introduce in Parlia- ment.at its next session his bill In confer jurisdiction tcrtry 'divorce cases upon tho courls of all pro- Tincea In which divorce courts do not nlrotidy cxlsl. This Mil passed by Ihe Senate last session, but was not considered by the House pi Commons. S it ft Jt ff Customers for 25 Years There flfc men, many .of them successful men keen, shrewd who liaye worn Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, year in and year out, for more than a quarter of.a f eniuiy; Because they have never been able to oblain the sturdy value and handsome appearance of Fit- Reform tailored garments at anything likt Fit-Reform prices, anywhere elie, The models shown this season are particularly happy in their alliance of choice materials, pleasing styles, exceptional quality and reasonable prices. McKelvie McGuir e ;