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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November TOE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD IN TERRIBLtSTATE Finds Help in Lydia E. ham's Vegetable Compound. "JAMES CAURUTHE8S" LAUNCHEU AT COLL1NGWOOD Cape Wolfe, Last M arch I a I had Driven up all hope of gelling better or living any length of time, as I vr'ais such a sufferer from female troubles. .But I took Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, and today I am in good health and have a pair of twin boys months anj growing finely. I surprised doctors and neighbors for they till know what wreck 1 was. "Now! aniheallhy, happy and hearty, end it ell to LyUiu E. Pinkham's remedies- You may publish this tetter if you like. I Uiir.k if ir.oro women used your' remedies they would hava better J. T, COOK, Lot No. l'r Cape Wolfe, Canada. Because your case is a doctors haying done you no pood, do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial.. H surely has remedied many cases of female ills, such as inflamma- tion, ulccraticn, displacements, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, it rnny be exactly what you need. The Pinkham record tnd peerless one. "HJs" a record of constant .victory over the'ob- Gtirmtoillsof women that deal'out despair. Itfsaxfov tablished tactual Lydia R. Plnkhani's-.] VcgetableCompoutid has restored 'heajth; "to thousands of sucti Why dqn'tyou'try it if euch a medicine? r Ffrnie, II. prompt smkf of lT-e department the oJie court on Monday the flames coafined Ktmton, Leoa Hector. I .run Augustus building. U is i hough t to have and Join HayfS were f-r.ed. live dol- lais aad "costs for bci.ng drunk and disorderly. John Turr.fr, rjrur.k while caused by an ovecLeattU stove. There were Uuee appeals from Kfcrnie im-ntk before the court ol i interdicted, fined twenty dollars arid'appeal at Vancouver, lliid vs. icosts- Tonj- ex-j t'.N.p.C. Co, v.hich resulted in the I jposute, dollars ui.it coits. Frank appeal be.nsj diHinisEed the thett, luraU-lhc doHais'meat1 for in favor of the plain- Workman's Compensation. Aet and judgment Mas roamed. This case al- so arose out ol a BUOV. slide which occurred oa the llth ol January, kill- ing a JHUII by tbe iianie of Culshaw, These snauslidc cases are vratched with Jvceu interest for there is cuUte- ly a principle involved ia the ia- terpretation ol the law. At tie assizrs held in Kcrnie re- cently the only civil action on tr.o docket was Medeas vs. C.N-P.C. Co. and Ihc plain tit! uas given 51 QUO damages and costs. A. Macitfil and A- I. Fisher tor ihe plaintifi ar-d J. and S. Here-Inner for th? de- tend ant. The of KoilowosU is. C. 1: Co., can-.p up for hearing before Dr. lionael! returned from Victoria Tuesday evening' in the liorne of lialph Ladies! Secret to Darken Your Hair Bring back color, gloss and thickness with Grandmas' recipe of Sags arid Sulphur Common garden sage brewed Into a h'caVyf tea, vrith sulphur Burl alcohol added, turn. gray, streaked 'and faded hair" I'cauUfuHy darK and luxuriant; reniovo every bit of "dandruff, stop scalp Itcliing and falling hn.r. Mixing tbe Sage Tea and Suliihur recipe at home though, is troublesome. An easier-way la to gft the reatly.-to-usc coating about GO cenU a largo bottle at drug Btorc, known: as ye i h's S age Jin cl E u! ijliui; fHa.r -thus avotatog-a" lot of muss, While, wispy, gray, .faded 'hair' is not sinful, ive al! desire to re- tain our youthful appearance and attractiveness. lug'your hair with Wyetli's Sago .and Sulphur, no one can tell, cause it does it EO naturally, so Yon" Just dampen. a sponge or soft brush Tvith-H and..- draw ihls through hair, tak- Ins one email strand ?.t a by morning.all gray' hairs" have disappeared, Afler another or "two your balr comes beautifully davk, glossy, soft and luxuriant'and yon ap- years younger. Jt D. infaotham Co., Ltd, IMPORTANT RULING MADE BY THE RAILWAY COMMIS: FAILED Qtlaiva, Nov. a man rldo In a tourist car on a first class tltkol J( thtre is not a day car on the asked Iho -railway comuilssio'jcra, anil Commissioner McLean answered the'question this morning by tellins E. V. Tlluloff, P. R. counsel that tho'C. P. R. certainly ought to allow 'a first class itlciet. holder to travel tourist coacli if-there Is not day'c'o'acn attached.. Mr. Flintoff dl .not see why the Cr-P.''lt. Eliould be singled out. "i TLo commtsslonera. tha there; should be Is sued an tbat the rep resentatlvea of all the great Csnad Ian railway companies appear befor th'e board to show cause why an.or- der to the above effect should not be .Iiuie, 131D, but pending tiie decision as to foreign depctidaticy which was men and seriously injured several oth- being in lie Kraus case the 'action in abeyance until July, The court tfie appeal and 1912. The deceased left a boy ol Carrovetta, the huusc sent the hack for a new' trial, three dependant upon him in Austria pletelf gutted, but to The third appeal was under the evidence had to be in tha' BAD DISASTER IN ALABAMA Acton, Ala.t Nov. explo- sion [n No. 2 mine of the AU- bama Fuel and Iron Company here it 3.45 o'clock thlt afternoon entombed between. 35 and 40 min- ers, according to of the company officials. Up to nine o'clock seven bodies had been re- moved from the mine. jntry wider letter o! request j tc ose deucndancy. At the trial the defendants admit ted liability lor tho accident and the only question that ivas disputed Teas that u! dependency. Judgment was The case ol I'oivell vs. C.N.P.C. Co., comes up for hearing today be fore His Honor Judge Thompson. This man was injured at Michel in October, 1912. While digging i fot a post a piece of rock f.ew up and hit him in the eje, resulting in a total loss of eyesight. Compensation was paid until last June whtn payments were discontin- ued on the ground that it was an ac- count of the man's own neglect tbat he lost his eyesight. WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB CONFINING ITS OPERATIONS TO A CAMPAIGN OF EOUCA- 1 TION we waul is to have all lady ;r voteis hear all the candidates and judge for' themselves. We are not supporting any or.e ticket. We don'i even want the ladies to vote as their tell them. The club has been interested in getting the franchise lor. the ladies, b'Jt now that we have it we want them to he independent." j Mrs. A. Tillejr, secretary of1 the; Women's Civic; "Club, when seen by i the Herald this morning, denied that: there' dissension in the that j rumor having gained grour.d oa the j street yesterday. She made the above statement to snow now Independent j the club wishes to. be. Mrs. Tiller admits lhat the ladies are divided" as to whom they shall s-jpport.-That is as it should he, she asserts. The. "ladies-ate desirous of having every lady voterrout tomorrow tight given to Thesis' wheels that are now 17'last.-when Ernest Simms, a Win-[ nipes Salvation Array officer, board- ed the Canadian Pacific Imperial Limited, at Medicine Hat, with only a first class "ticket'in his possession, and fouud Uiatf tfiere was'hot a7 first cla s's day: coach' o the. tra in. .Simms entered and sat cxtcnl on jtti'e ansivciE down. The him aud j ctub tms ulg0 that tbe 'v The nbt-iTidu.gic in ladies 5want to hear is an expo'sition of each cati- didate's ladies so a'sk the camlidatcs1 will demanrtcdrtho -'Siroms Then-ihe corn.tmSGioix'g'ot to tendance atJFtiday evening's meeting to demonslratc the ballot. iratit r.o spoiled ballots among the ladies' said Mrs. Tilley. NEW CITADEL OPENED "AT-.'MEDICINE iV rG L Llaresholm, School M-' jContlniicd lew rears ajiy fo" aliltf to (lie co'uri- Ity, when stt.ilion fntm pppcat- ancc of the HcWs in the'vlrinitr. Or. Coffin gave a vctV humorous lii- address, cleligliting Ihc-iudicQce'n-ilh --r Us timely Medicine .ll.at, -Nor.. Sal- jvation new citajel was formally opened iliis evening.' JIayor Spencer -presided ftnil ad- dreEBcs vyere.given by resident clergy- men and others. HERE IS 3000 Kwlll h'ulp who Kldniy and .Bladder Troubla. 'Tlicte are othftc 1'old enemies11. to mentioned in this testimonial. Kidusy and.' Dlnddcr Troubles are-alffays enemies to good health. As soon as rou start to lake GIN PIUS these ailmenU begin to disappear. His the same i a cases of Liimbago, ami like complaints. Till] letter illustrate I lie benefit of GIN PII.IA Winnipeg, Jan. 6lb. "I have beenasufiercrfrom Lumbago forsomoyearsrisslanildnringClirislrDas week had a very'acute attack which eonfiritd me to the house. Aboul Hio latter part of April, I tnetvour Mr. Hill and ray complaint to Inai. He advised cie to lake GIN I have been taking, ttem at'-intervals during tlic early part of present arid up toj Hate nave'had no fitiirn of my I feel better than for yeirs and thint that my old enemy has vanished for good and all." II. A. JUKKS. the valuo oi the tlcvclopnSent oE aesthetic side ol a farmer's' life tending to maVe the province a- I of bomcs.v .1 >j THE MIN1STBH Dr.. TOTJ- ccngratuliited. ttio minis- ter lor his untiring cfiorts on tictiall of the fanners of the province. The gofcrnment will not hear a word ol criticism irom this forward, Miss Mowers Mr, Shanks, .--_- -..ii" .t_- _. tr-.ft ironi'anyonc uho has 'seen the re- markahlo initial' 'success-- o! '.these schools, said he aluiiJst the heartf ap- plause of Iiis hearers. Dr. Tory had hccn aKliCd why agriculture' had not been established'as'a'patt'ol riculom of the than it had in place, ol-'asitronomy, etc.: He replied oh that: that the reason astronomy was so much easier' to learn than is- ricuiture. Alberta has'led '.ail -the provinces in this.regard; said he, and .within ten years all the others will j follow her example. In his travels throughout: Europe last summer, ho had npt seen school that eoiild compare with" onstralloh schools in Albctta, and I find a lad who had hptter op- portunities than the" (arm lads ol Alberta. CLASS lion. one the finest aiM.rfcsts ever'heard in this, r'a'rt of ttic coiih'trj'. It was not cal'. ciJatcd to he a lecture'on live stoclt, but many an expcrlenred farmer left the hail with a'host-of hew-ideas ahoul livestock and tht part.it play- ed In keeping the hoy on the farm. The minister many 'ob- stacles in pljelnc these schools, bill he had never lost confidence' in-theii value. Clarcsholm.had the largest In- on to tl-.e farm, as the colleges arc 10 "edtcate them ofi the farm.'. We have had the backing of every. mem- ber ot" the government, and nearly everyvmember o! the legislatiite! aim4o bring the sciecce to the farm- er'on the farm, to maVre a .farmer o! not a professor; 98 per cenf. o1 tl.e pupils arc farmers' sons blt.-th'i farni. Whatever we teech the laboratory can prove on the farm 11 is our, chiet aim to gke the farin boy an intelligent'interest the farm, eliminating turning faim work i aim to dircc.1 iiis so as. to I maVc fanr.ing more .profitabii and 'niore pleasant. The minister's aiidress. cccalcd a very-favorable and ovation he received dispelled all pos siblc' doubt that there might be ah; opposition'to his plan, novv 'that h had put-ii into operation.' -Musical numbers- were by the school orchestra, Miss Strang Stcsvrs nnri th? and JIalcbow. itial class ol. any .s or college ol t for tJ.jo- H not Eitunvu. free hy wrilin National Drug anil Chen money back ree by wiil mical Co. toe. kind on '.the continent which -was evidence enough Uial'lho system: was1 aprroiert. In five. years will t'c or schools. The nw passed, said the minister, when wi" apologize "to ony one about our I system of training farm hoys anrt girls. We are spcrnllag as much mon- V the hoys 'jjrls Grand Prize Distribution OV FOR ALBERTA BY THE Bell Piano Organ Co. OF.GUELPH, ONTARIO Grand Prizes Aggregating Over Given Away Absolutely PRIZE, New Art Bell Pi.no, JUDGE RESIGNS N'ov. 'iresignatio of .ludgc T. 0. Jolmstone, of the su prcnie court of been received rlty the department, justice. Judge -Johnstonc- -is rcslgnir on account of ill health. There'at mentioned in connection with-the ne appointment the names ol James M Kay, 'for Prince .Albert-, II. V. liigclow, of licginar Four years Judge if the Saskatchewan supreme tour was transferred -to a similar positto in Manitoba.- It may he that adyan ,ige might he. taken of the present v. i-ancy to transfer of loba juOge to'Saskalchcmn'or -tp.f Ihc.apFpinfmtnl with sornc ptovinci nacrlsler from .the MOVEMENT OF BOATS ON LAKE SUPERIO Forl Arthur, Oni, less roporla from Superior sl tlial'a fog, which lied last! night, lifted Uil> .morning, and lodiyi Iho irealhor ia exccpllonally The' Kecwalin Is rcporleil crossing lo the] Epo; .the comlng; and the Athaoaaca left the' Sod for Port Arthur at 7 a-m. FIRST GRAND Value SECOND GRAND Value .THIRD GRAND PRIZE, Value PRIZE, Cabinet Phenols, Bell Cabinet Organ FOURTH GRAND PRIZE, Official Credit Vouch- er, Value (Good to applx on any New Bell Pfaao) T FIFTH GRAND PRIZE, Violin, witb Bow and Caie, Value SIXTH GRAND PRIZE, Watch, Gold Filled Case, Value A large number of official Credit will beitiued by the BELL PIANO ec ORGAN CO. ranfinf jn value from to which will be.good to apply on the regular.purchue price of any New Bell Pituie THIS" CONTEST IS INAUGURATED BY THE BELL (Manufacturers of tbo Famous "New Placo) PIANO ORGAN CO. For tho double purpott of brinoing to notice-a of vilujtle patented menti that have been In NEW ART BELL PIANOS WHICH STAND TODAY IN THE HIQHE8T RANK OF MERIT, Vid with the' of ing take part In thli u i ilane, at thlt, ttn MUfi jnJ to with our RCPRESIN-' TATIVEI In turWlni In' a volume the tbo now SOLVE THIS REBUS AND SEND YOUR REPLY AT ONCE if You Try You Can Surely Win One Of Grand Prizes Study the above Rebus, and wrilc the correct sentence, sign your name, and addrets pltiply it to f "V I'EBTJSING.MANAGER, BELL ORGAN .123-125 JASPER AVENUE EDMONTON, AL- f MEDICINE HAT MXV.fiRALTY CANDIDATE I Medicine Hat, H: SpencerVan old-llnier, hag entered tfie .raayora lly con I esl ,f, ADVERTISING of judgi person sendin Grand Prize, .lows: To each of the first ten Vvho 'send correct replies, we will award credit JV 25; ami the Prize will be awarded to Ihc next number following whose H ply is' corrccl.1 Hollowing these, to etch of (he xxt replies are correct, we will award credit vouchers for and Ihe third Grand Prize will go to. the lestanl Whose reply is correct. -Foiiowing this, in the i same order fifteen credit fce awarded for (106, and tlie fourth Ciranrf Prize will-be the next number following in like.prdcr., Following fifty Official Credit Vouchers will be awarded, each for.flOO, in likc.order, Iken the FrfA Prize will be awarded, after which ten Credit Vouchers will be awarded for och, the Graml Friie will be awardcd-lo the next reply is correct s above. Following this, teu Credit will be award- each for ten for ?80, ten for- etc.i until the entire list is exhausted.' REMEMBER Hentnem an4 artlttlc efecU do not count exeept in (he Irtt Priie, and aU re- plies submitted arc to become the. property of Ihe BBLIi PIANO AND ORGAN CO. 'No person will be permitted tkan one reply, and only one meniber of a family can enter tbe-com- p'etilibn. l Credit Votichcrs will have rip cash surrender value, and will be good !o apply on the reguhur marlwd ance of pianpiinly. Easy terms of payriie'fit.bn the balance can be arranged when cfcsirefj.- 'After the judges hAvc complitcd'lheir.wprk a tabulated list of all names and adrtreMes wiH be filed with thc.easl- ern office of Ihc Bell Pjano and Organ Co'., snd ofHcial credit vouchers will -be malted from Eastern Canada, direct lo various contestant, nn'd the Grand Prizes may be delivered from any of our loccted as followc THE MASTERSPIANO CO.', EDMONTON, ALTA.. V THE ALBERTA PIANO CO., CALGARY, Tip ALBERTA PIANO HAT, ALTAV winneriof Grand Prizei will be by a bpcrd of will final, and -wiD aaiwunced m.tlMcUily TRY FOR ONE OF THESE VALUASLE PRIZES, WHICH WLL BE GIVEN FREE. DO IT NOW. riptiti rnuit reach later NOT, 25lh, Be cure and Adrertniaf BELL IPIANO of Their Kind in the Whole British Empire. 423-425 Jaiper ;