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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UtTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMSER 28, 1908. t'Don't Neglect a Cough or Cold." U cfiR have iMil one. rcsuU. It leavee-the throat or lungs, or both, affected. T)r. Wood'd Norway Pine Syrop h th�; (Hliqino you hoed. - nis without an eouiJ i IV roinuilj' for Oouglm, Coltln, BronomtU) ^^imo 'fliroiit, Tuiii In tlio Client, Asthm�, H^'lioopiiig Cougli, Qiiinny and nil afiViotioM iliu Throivt and Lun(;�. A ningle dpM of Dr. Wood'* Norwuy i'iiio Syrup will stop a cough, lopthe the Jiroal, uiid If tlio cough or cold has bocoQO lotllcd on tlio lun^K, the healing propertiei jf the Norway Pino Tree will proclaim ita iftiiat. virtue by promptly eradioatins the efleots, and a poroiatoni .um of the I'oiiiody ounnot fail to bring about a com: ploto euro. 1)0 not bo liumbugpod into buying �>� .Had Norwiiy Pino Byrupit, but be lure nd insist on having Dr.^Wobd'a. It ta [lilt up in a yellow wrapper, three pine vuuB Uto triido mark, and price 25 cents. Mrs. A. KUoR, Inniafail, Alta., write*: "Ijast spring I had Typhoid fovor and KroiK liitiM, which loft mo with a terrible cougli. I tried dootor'a medicine but got no relief until ray hutbaod got me ajbottle of Dr. Wood's Norway: Pino Syrup, �nd before I had finished it my couan wae cureyhictftyLur|u in .Canadian Pttrini iicyutcss ... A Common PffaAlice Condemned St. ThomaH, Ont,, Nov,. 24.-In Hontonclng Amos Taylor to two yours ill KlnKSton Ponltoutlniy for ubuslngr the divughlor of his oniployor, a South Uorchcstor farmer, I'ollco .Magistrate Hunt, of Sprlngflold, culled attention to a phftso of Canadian fanu Hfo apparent to casual observers, but not ahvayw to tho occupants of the farms tlifinsulvcs. llu said; "Tlio gruot peril of thu farm homo In Canada Is tho hired man ciucs-tloii, especially in tho dairy illstrict, wlioru funning cannot bo curried on succcHsfully without hired help. Tho farmer hires ii man who was probably from Kui-opo and bi-ought up in uiany cases in siii'rouiidinga of an Immoral chnruclor. Sometimes he is .s!iipi)n(l to this couutry by people who want to 1*0 rid of. his presence and to be saved frpni Ijclng disgraced by him. llo is hired by a Canadian farmer and taken In us ouu of tho family and ,treated as svich. "In the prcsorit case the fav"'o'" Wl his wife and children arc Ood-fcaring liiw-abltliiifr iJcopIo, Tho hcnd of tliq luiuso ib planted, so llrm, hImsoU, in tho patli.s oi'.moral .rectitude that iit his guilelcssncSs hedoesnot imagilic that Iho man he has tu^fen into,his homo and treats us his equal possess OS any lower standard of llfo than he himself po.ssesses. -. * "This want of discernment leads to disaster and dlsgraco. The farmer finds, too late, that his ooiifidcnce has Ijnpn nii.�f science he learned that it was real anibergri.s. worth|60 an ounce. Wlien he realized the value of the find, tho doctor equipped liis schooner and started on another voyage, but he pot cBvight in a terrific storm,,in which his vessel was nearly lashed to splinters, and he and hi.s crew liaroly escaped with their lives. Ho had not yet resumed the quest. Palpitation of the Heart One of tho first danger signAls that an-noutU'o Rpfnetbing.wrpiig with the hoarl is tho irregular boat or vlolint throb. Often thoro is only a fluttering Bonsation, or an "oil gone" siuliing fcolhig! or again, tlniro may bo a most violent be!iting,,,witli flim)!-Ings of tb� �kin and visnble .pulwvtions ol ttlo arlorjos. Tho person may, eltjHjrlciii.'o ft sinotb"iliig scnaatioti, gasp .fr b/ciiih and foal (18 though about tO,ifli.e. 'lu.Mudi oasoH till) aotioii of Milhuru's')i(re 1 came. The pro-gressiveness of Canada h\s turned many towards her and I know that many jieople In New Zealand are about to come here to live." that:" (pianel with liis wife with a velvet ;kowii end drive awnv llio sulks with ;M riiie in llio aiitoiiiobile. He will I iie\ er get out of humor because a, few buttons are missing when he goes to dress, neither will he brinn home As we toiled up liill with our '"ud ^ f,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,.. clothes will lint love has kept trying to brighten (ohacro. lie will re- our path ispect the cnitnlns and ne\er smoke in the hiuise. lie nil! he innocent of any latchLey. Jfe will let the fnniily Hut has st reiigthi-ned luadi.' lis one, .\l.\- dear wife and uie. Our lite has not been alt wish. our 1, And cast all the stones from roufl. Over the hilltop on the.uiouittain shle We are joiirne.ving down. The sunlight gleaiiis in her shining hair And ilip looks like a silver^,- crown. go out. of town once everv year while he remnins at home with one knife iaiid fork, sli'eps on ncnrtainless hed and Washes his own dishes and socks, Waloli for this model husband, ho is surely coming. .\ .yonng girl orrs onco and tho dnoiK of human kindness and lovo are (los