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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, Fovembier "Fniit-a-tives" Keeps Health Perfect OTTERVH.I.E, Ont., July Sth 1910. I am seventy-nine year old man. and a great believer in, and loser of Fniit-a- It is the only medicine I take, and I can truly say that and'exercise keep me in siy present good health. Stricture of theBowels, was the complaint I suffered from and I found to do me more good than any other remedy. My doctor advised me to stick to "Fruit- a-tives" and I have done so with the best results. I have been in. -business here for a good many, years and have been a resident of Ottervillefor over fifty years, so that if youthink.this little reference-from. me witl serve to induce' some "others Fmit-a-tiv es I hereby authorize its publication. V WILLIAM PARSONS. ESO. Wil. PARSON. Obstinate Consfipatioa, Paralysis of the Sorrels and Stricture of the Bowels canioeverbe cored by common purgatives, salts, sienna, pills" and ofl "-have positively no action ontheliver. They do not increase the secretion of Bile, .provides' to move the bowels. They' merely irritate the tnera- brines lining the intestines. One'may as -well tiy to core a headache by ponnoing one's head against a stone wall, as to try to cure Constipation ivith common pnrratives. "Fruit-a-tives" is the only tme liver stimulant 'tives" is frmt juices and aerve tonics, and will always restore the liver to its proper -condition and cure the most obstinate cases of Constipation. gcc a bar, 6 for trial size-, 250. At all dealers "or'seat on receipt of pnce lay Ottawa. The Influence Of Women On Parliament By James Muh COPYRIGHT 19iO. SWEEPING REFORMS ARE COMING IN THE STATES I President Taft Will Urge Many in Kis Presidential Message Now Being Prepared D, G "-Nov. Presi- Tzls ias in toe course wm- most important annual message he will sead to congress dur- ing Ms administration. iitridiil Slave this high, rank "because, "fee "nest noose of represeEtatiTes 'controBesi by the Democrats, it 'will "be TTdl impossible for him to se- cure the. enactment -of any of tlie r-e- coxoineiida.tio'n lie "will inako in his an- ial messages of 1311 and. 1912. If he Is to obtain any tangible re- sults, -It most be from the short ses- sion to "begta-. aerfc month, and the t, n any, performed during that session "based largely upon nai lie president may advise. There can no doubt tliat the pre- sident realizes the importance of Ms message. He consioered its features .during lie summer, to going coming from the "water power sites owned by the now uncontrolled and un- appropriated, under leases or grants shall induce the development by private capital, .tut- shall continue the as ultimate controll- er of the property. Creation of a new government for Alaska, which shall protact "properly "domain ia' that ter- ritory. Enactmeiit of a lair embodying the best practice in the issuing oi in-: iunctions ..mthout noticel Authorization.' of agreements between our bondage as we will, woman, woman, rules us still." Moore. it must not be taken for granted that because tae woman's suffrage movement has been, looked upon some- wnat coldly by Canadian women gener ally, they are interested in poli- tics and the questions affecting the destiny of their own country than are j the women of the United States and line old Jands of Europe. It is true {that none of our Canadian ladies has done such spectacular things "as has Mrs. Cornwallis West, for example, but it is just as tr-ue of some of them as of her tnat their husbands and sons would never have achieved their present success in politics without taeir and is is equally true tnat both political-parties owe much to the -work of their "lady adherents. It is tue same in politics as in every other walk of life. Observe the progress of temperance reform. It.is mainly a.woman's move- ment- In. Its social aspect alone it is of vast importance, and already it has had the effect of prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in a huge area of this country. The prediction "has -oeen made that before two decades have gone by Canada will'be a prohib- ition -country. ..Whether that will toe so or not, of course, we cannot tell: but'this much is certain" that the siic-' cess accomplished.'-by the women tem- perance reformers has -been so re- markable that the prophecy is not un- reasTtoable. They have forced the question into the arena of active poli- tics, and in the result, of most elec- tions today it plays an important part. It is often remarked that the federal politicians at 'Ottawa are so fearXul of its effect upon their standing- in their constituencies that they lose no oppor- tunity of impressing on the public -the fact that the temperance question is one for the provincial legislature en- tirely. They shirt it whenever possi- ble. Last session 'df parliament the al policy and "Mr. H. JEL Miller's "'anti- gasi-Dling bill were the features. So limited- traffic the interstate Panama. Be took vrita him on the cruiser Tennessee two cases of papers, .all relating to the various matters pending ia He ececatrre .or besSng "npon the recommendations is days alter he arrives in. 3Sfc Taft must transmit iis jusssage to congress. t caa be learned in regard .the president's intentions, there is sott to believe that his forthcom- Ing- message -will constitute a pro- ,gram of legislation, -which, in the.opin. icn. of tho Administration, Trill he re- garded ay -Hie people as "progressive" ia trnest sense of Tr Some -of Taft Policies 'Among jnatiaers, the president aonoaiuxs as policies of his taic d-efects in currencr system- our Otf Tiac schedule by atajosiaace -vrith the re- railways, .subject to the approval of the .interstate, commerce commission. Requirement that" the interstate rail ways shall adopt- effective safety ap- pliances. Authorization of ship subsidies. Expansion- of -the anti-trust law and federal incorporation oE corporations engaged in interstate commerce. Adoption. oE measures to increase the efficiency and economy of the ex- ecutive departments of the govern- oncnt. Fortification of the Panama canal. Little of this program can he enact- ed during the coming session. Con- gress will assemble on Dec, 5. It will adjourn on Dec. 17 lor the Christ mas holidays. It will reassemble about Jan. 4 and will "adjourn sine die on March 4. Thus it will be in ses- sion not more than sixty-tour work- ing day-s. Most of that time must be devoted to the passage oi appropria- tion Sills. Besides lack of time, the president must consider tfee attitude of mem- bers of his ovm party. The progress- ives are not placated) by his announce meat that hereafter they will receive pauongage. There has been some talk among them as to the advisabil- experts. RCE "felons oi ths hoard of tariff lity of uniting agairis-t the president's legislative program. It is certain of t3ie tariS rela- they will not; approve of some oJ the provisions of the bills which the ex- 'Canada, oy means oi reci- procity treaties. of authorizing the disposition, of coal, phosphate, oil, lassis of 'the government, and PICTURE -i' FRAMING Large assortment of the newest designs In Mouldings. WORK GUARANTEED GEO, BEATON Cement House, Glyn Street, Opposite Sherlock 31dg. DTD YOU KNOW Thai our Repair Dept has a weH. deserved reputation for I2i9 tnest reliable repairs, decks' sate very un- certain 3a their action, this saess at tfae time a blfc. It yon have a <3ocfc-ia iooae sufferias in. that rammer, 1st our Repa'r JDepartasok taiae it in hand and you sure of ob- taining SESisfjLCtiQU. Then If yea have any article Seweliy that wants teritag it along and mil fco jpteasefi to fix it Ttouad St. Oliver Stocfc ecutive de.partmenj; will frame in ac7 cordance with the view oi Mr. Taft. A number of the progressives oppose vigorously the scheme for a central bank. They y.ill object to the kind oi conservation" the administra- tion will advocate. They -will block the proposal to permit the interstate railways to make traffic agreements. They will stand ia the way of a ship subsidy. Rebired Conservatives May Fight Nor -will the conservatives who have retired ieei sufficiently disposed j toward the president to strain every effort to' get through he -will recomnvand. These men will try to revenge themselves for their defeat "by .refusing to any help to While parliament was in session at Ottawa she was the chief entertainer of the members, and at Her dinner" ta- ble was discussed many a programme of attack upon the government She contributed her quota of advice. It is probable that Mr. Perley would not be chief" Conservative whip today but for that his wife was such a keeii politician, for he is not a parlia- mentarian pugnacious variety, and hitherto has confined his atten- tion to matters affecting the social welfare and health of communities. Another lady who has had a great deal, to do with the success of. her nusband in politics, is-Mrs. "Temple- man, wife of the minister of Inland Keven'ue. The little story behind "the appointment of the Hon. William Tem- pJeman will serve to illustrate this, hliirly in 1906, there being a vacant sension will be to their Madame Wife of the Post- master-General important did the newspapers consid- er the latter that it occupied as much space in their columns as the foimer. it caused tremendous excitement in many parts of the country, and on the floor of the House of Commons, as well as in committee, tue ueiiates were prolonged and bitter. This anti-gamb- nng measure was in the main also a women's' movement, although the JLord's Day Alliance caused the -bill to be introduced. It became law. Both Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. R. L. Bor- den voted for It Parliament could not aii'ord to avoid recognition of the in-' nuences behind it. These instances are sufficient to th'e legislation show that the influence of women on the Canadian Parliament, so far as leg- islation is concerned is pronounced. The legislation effected has been for the most part towards the betterment of our social conditions, and has been Mrs. Oliver portfolio, the leading newspaper cor- respondents of the: capital sent the statement Mr. Templeman would .become minister of Inland Rev- enue. No appointment had foeen made. Dut the effect of tie publication of the dispatch was 'such, that Sir Wilfrid to give Mr. Templeman the. portfolio. It was a newspaper- tribute ''to Mrs. Templeman between whom .and the, newspaper fra- ternity there aad always been a bond of sympathy. To the young, reporter in his dart days..and. with, hopes--al- most 'blasted, she''had been a faithful friend and adviser.- She.had never forgotten her husband's early strug- gle.In newspaper work. There is no more ardent worshipper at the shrine of politics than Lady Laurier. Every -debate worth listening to finds her in her place in the front seat of Speaker's gallery, and she misses not a word uttered by the sup- 'porters or opponents of- her disting- uished husband's government. She nas a. most attractive (personality, and wherever she goes you will ob- serve young men and older men ar- ound her enjoying immensely her vivacious conversation. An unmar- ried member of the -Commons said to me last winter that he enjoyed a talk with Lady Laurier -better than. with any lady he had ever met. Lady Laurier still shows the same Keen interest in her husband's work that she displayed, in earlier years. It aists that Sir Wilfrid Laurier come home to dinner." The Premier came and stayed dutifully at uis house for the rest of the' evening, At the instance af- ter the new western wing oi the Par liament Buildings was completed, the wives and sisters when they had the cabinet minis- ters arranged to hold weekly recep- tions in the parliamenetary restaur- ant. These functions, it is said, have done much to solidify the government side of the House. Men, getting to Know one another socially, learn to like their fellows the better, and loy- alty -becomes the stronger. Apart from party loyalty, however, these meetings nave had the effect of bring- ing together members on the opposite side of .the House, and while the ten- acity oi parliamentarians to their own political views and lea-ders has not been some of the ran- cour of party struggle has been less- ened and the standard of debate dur- ing these last few years has risen the hisner.. Tb_e -wife of the chieftain of the Con- servatives is also a strong force in politics. Like the late Mrs. Perley, she is a good campaigner and an ex- cellent h'ostess. But just as Sir'Wil- f rid. Laurier is too .busy to attend much to the social duties of the session so is Mr. R. L. Borden. The two leaders Have to be almost constantly in the liouse or. within easy call. Mrs. Borden attends the parlia- mentary--debates more faithfully than any otaer lady. Almost every day she may be seen in the Speaker's gal- lery. She occupies the corner seat of tne front bench on the left hand of the Speaker, while Lady Laurier sits at the other end." Thus they occupy the same .positions relatively as their hus- bands. "It is said that .Mrs. Bordeu has an extraordinary faculty for re- cognizing political ability in .men. "This "intuition -has been helpful .to the However debates are in closing, she remains to the end, and when tne small hours of the morn- Ing have arrived, is frequently the on- ly person "in the gallery, except the nodding attendants. One of the most noteworthy en- trant into public life during the last few years is Mr. Charles A. Magrath. of Medicine Hat. He frankly confes- ses that he is not as keen a party pol- itician as some, and that his chief rea- son for going into parliament was to please" his wife and .mother, who want- ed him to play, a more prominent part in legislating, for the national weal. But for these it.is unlikely that Canada .would have had the ser- vices in a political capacity, of this great man. Mr. Alexander Haggart, of Winni- peg, came into parliament at the last general election with one of the big- gest majorities in the whole country. While, of.course, there were other in- fluences at it is admitted that Mrs. Haggart'.had a good -deal to do with that-, majority. She is one of the "good angels" of Winnipeg. The hos- pitals, the poor and the needy, the unfortunate and the. wayward, the downtrodden have in her a friend and iielper. Tie remark of. a young man as he left one of the polling booths at the election showed that she had found the way to some goes a vote for Mrs. Haggart." Mrs. AV. F. Maclean takes a-deep in- terest in her husband's concerns. This ARE yHESE YOUR CLOTHES! you TOLERATE this FILTHY, and 'UNSANITARY practice iu an "all white" steam laundry. Think of it. Give us a chance. Lethbridge Laundry Company Phone 451 P. 0. Box 477 U-j fc.U CLivl IfV Mr. Taft. The Democrats will stand pat, realizing That the Republican dis- advantage, _ measure oi i ifeouIL of the work of the filibuster "only if circumstances justi- .National Council of Women and the it. The president- will net expect tariff legislation. It is possible a reciproc- ity treaty with Canada may be con- firmed. There is no chance of any amendment to the anti-trust- law or the enactment of a federal corpora- tion law. The president will no't ad- vocate the adoption of sucji legisla- tion until the Supreme court has" ren- dered a decision in the tobacco and Standard Oil trust cases. Senator Aldrich is anxious to se- cure the enactment of a financial bill during the coming, session. Thf senator is alone in the belici that any action .can be secured, es- pecially as the fundamental feature the proposed measure is the creation of a central bank. It dees not seem that there can be any oi such an i enactment. Many school children suffer from constipation, which, is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham- Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to sive a child, tor they are mild in their sflect, and will cure even chronic con- Sold aH druggists. women's 'Christian ion. The Sabbath Temperance Un- Day Observance Act, passed -a. year or two ago, is an excellent example of social legislation in which women took an active inter- est. but the personal influence upon par- liament, as distinct from the influence of organized bodies, is rather the pur- pose of this article. There never was a better political campaigner than .Mrs. George H. Per- ley, whose untimely death on a visit to .England a few months -ago caused deep sorrow. She had much to do with The election of her husband in the Que- bec constituency of Argenteuil. She was an untiring canvasser, and took a real interest in tbe people of that county. The last time I saw her was at Finch, where Mr. Borden wound up his Ontario campaign. She was tnero and everywhere, speaking to this man and that woman, laughing is'no easy task, for the "apostJe of public ownership" is a man of many ideas and accomplishments. George P. Graham has contrib- uted- much 'to -her-husband's success., and one cannot think of Mr. Arthur Meighen, of in connection-with the re- ins .Mrs. ,Meighen, who Is a lerveht politician. As- she, is thex youngest wife in politics she 'has a long .career before her. She follows the closely, Any reference to the women who exert an Influence on. parliament would be incomplete; without a men- of -M'rs. William Pugslej-, wife of the minister- of- None' is better to guage.public opinion. Her. knowledge of politics is gained first' hand, for she is a constant attendant at the.'House.. Mrs. Johc Stanfield, of Colechester, S., Is.as keenly interested in public questions as her husband. Mrs. Frank Oliver, wife of the min- ister of the Interior, wields a erable influence in politics, and has. been a great help" to the member for Edmonton. 3lrs. K.-B. Garvell is considered to be as great an authority .on national affairs .as her .husband, .the- member for Carleton, X. saying-a good deal., Hon. .Rodqlphe Lemieux freely ac- knowledges -the. debt- -to his wife, "who 'is a' daughter of Sir 'Louis Jette. She has given considerable time to'the study of matters which come under his administration. His ambitions are likewise and. it is 3'ust that she will have her reward, in seeting him leader of: the Liberal1 party one day. Mrs.'F.-T. the.Yukon, is a" is Mrs. Martin .Bun-ell, of Yale-Cariboo. Mr. -T, W.-Crothers, of West Elgin, rarely does anything of importance without first consulting.his wife: in many years Mr. Cro- tuers refused to a nomination, and only.did so when Mrs. Crothers advised him. 'His election to par- liament gave the "Conservative party' an immensely strong fighting cham- pion. _ Mrs. George'H. Cowan, of Vancouv- er, is a source of .'strength, to her hus- band, indeed the wives of the west-' ern members are of a very high type, and have made things much more in- teresting at the capital since the last election. The wives of most, of the members of Quebec Province are not as conspic- uous as those English speaking members. conspicuous -by their' absence, and their husbands faithfully travel weekly to their quaint tireside amongst their habitant friends _Mrs. H. B. McGiverin x did a great amount of hard -work, for her husband at the last election when -he and. Sir Wilfrid Laurier- were returned mem bers. for.Otta'wa, and Mrs.- William Wright has considerably strengthened her Husband 'in his constituency Muskoka. Mrs. Gerald "V. .White, of North. Ren- frew, keeps a close eye of Mr.-' political affairs, pretty men't' was paid lier. at a political din- ner in Pembroke a few .years ago, wh'en speakers, said that -if Mrs. White ran she would heat any- body around. A'fe I have said -before Canadian men who are "Interested in. politics, nave not done, and probably will not do the spectacular things attributed to many .'of the leadles of other coun- tries, in their own quiet .way of working they are' accomplishing much. What tney have engineered is toy no means tne least important of our leg- islation; While 'it 'is not invariably the case, it i's sufficiently proved in politics as iii everythin wire contributes much that -a the success or failure of the man she weds .AMONG THE RAILROADMEN .Superintendent Taylor, of the Medi-' cine Hat division of .the C. P. R., ar- rived in the city from the east yester- day He returned last night, T. traveling auditor of the C. P. R.. was in the city yesterday. He has been-rustling one or two. new- agents at towns" -east of here. He went west in "the.afternoon. C. S. travelling freight agent or the C. P. R., with office's here, went west to Pincher Creek on on train. tl. Malthy, the well known. C. P. R. engineer, rauning out of here, has re- turned from a three weeks trip to Win-' nipeg. S. B: Mitchell, C. P. R. agent, went to Calgary this afternoon On a couple of days' business. Could we afford to buy and give away hundreds i sands of 5P-cent bottles of Psychine (pronounced keen) if we did not know from a third of a century's experience that it was the greatest vitality-builder oflhe age? You know what it would mean to us we don t ask you to Mrs. Alex. Haggart is rarely that she misses driving him home from his offices on Parliament Hill, and she looKs annoyed and anx- ions if he does not, leave, work aside the day punctually at six o'clock. It is related that on one occasion the .Premier had been kept unusually late over a matter oi considerable conse- ciuence and asked Lady Laurier not to wait for him. -Accordingly she drove nom'e alone: Eight o'clock came and Sir Wilfrid had not arrived. .Order- ancl joking and making friends. Sh? ing out tne automobile, again she certainly made many votes that d: for her parry. I and sent i this Laurier in- iuu it .These white corpuscles eat any germ a preparation without of disease that gains an entrance to the word for t-he tremendously beneficial definite, beneficial action. body, when they're in larse enough effect of Psychine Fill out t3w cou- After the first bottle which we would cumbers and pon below, mail it to us and well lire S And we would go out or Business. thg disfiase gems devour them and to be siren But we're not going out of business, body. ind our confidence that we're not 13 J Tou 1Tce OI based .upon our third of a century's x X jsperience with Psychine. Ten years after Confederation we For centuries almost, herbs, natures :omiaenced compounding Psychine. own remedies, have been the most ef- Since that time, we have sold many ficieat foe to disease, millions of bottles. _ we havft Tiot very deSsitely TV's have C-ureu maiiy uuudreds of just thousands of virulent and oftentimes fatal cases of diseases. 'But now science tells us that certain We have in our files many hundreds of these herbs increase the number ca of thousands of unsolicited testi- the white corpuscles and their strength. you free of We will undoubtedly buy and distri- bute in this manner hundreds of thou-. sands of these 50-cent bottles of Psy- chine. And we -do teat to shew our sntlre confidence in this wonderful prepara- tion. A confidence that has been baiei; on our 30 years' experience with this' beginning to be one of the largest pro- prietary manufacturers in this coun- We so to the enos of the earth fo these Arabia, to South Amer- Here then, is proof that we have in ica, to China and- to Japan. Psychine a preparation with abundant They are compounded in the most and demonstrated effectiveness, more so costiy chemical appliances in this coun- ;ian any other preparation we, or any- try_ one else, ever heard of. Here then is the reason of our unal- And the result is Psycbine-.or a terable confidence in Paychine. that it th.rd of a_ century the most e is in fact tbe greatest preparation of vitality-builder the world has ki its kind in tbe world. The one preparation that has cured Here then is why we have inaugu- mally thousands of the following dis- rated a policy of actually buying -hun- dreds of thousands of bottles of Psy- to give to those who should use. To those who are blindly groping: in the dark for relief from their misery, w-ho may perhaps be using wrongr methods to recover their health and their strength. has made. Grippe Bronchitis OLAG-B.IPPE. The greatest and most effective agents for the bodily health arc the white phagocytes. Sore Throat Anaemia Female Indigestion Poor Appetite Chills and Feven? nnd Bronchial Weak Lungs Wealc Voice Spring Early Decline Catarrhal Affectionfl CaUrrh of Stomucb XighcSvreaia Obstinate Coughs ami Dyspepsia After-effects of Plcurwy, Poeumonia and LA Grippe COUPON No. 60 To :he Dr. T. A. SL.QCUM. Ltc. 193-195 Spadina Toronto I accept your offer to trr a SOc. "bottle of P.sychine (prooounced Si-keen) at. your expcn'e, I have not had a 60c- bou.lc. of Psychine r.ndcr this plan. Kindly advise my drugsist to this beetle to me. Street and Number...................... My Druggist's Nutce..................... Strsotand Number...................- Thisooupon not good for n50c. bottle of Psycbine it presented to the drugrelst muftbe sent will thnn hiij tho 50c. of Pnychino from your drugget nnd direct him to deliver it to you. This offer may be withdrnxm at any time without notice, Sond coupon to-day. ;