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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'DAILY Saturday, October 12, 12 7 "TRY. c JL -SI m JL -LIFE" THE_GREATEST DISCOVERY OF MODERN AGE Sconce mid Invention has wrought a great many wonders in -by-gone days. But nothing has yet been brought a benefit to mankind as "TRY-NEW-LIFE." Can you realize whati means to be 41 ,-v, thohnric? VnU the xuffp.rino! Just thouah uour back would break! "iRY-NEW- JFF amazed at fhe'beneficiai results. Those Pains in the Chest and what would you aim to "moXse pains would vanish? "TRY-NEW-LIFE" will cure them. What is the cause of Dusbeosia In nine cases out of ten the liver is out of order, consequent upon poor circulation of the blood. Just a few Appliances of "TRY-NEW-LIFE" and you will begin to wonder at the change. Your appetite will come back, and once again you will fee! your old self. Ladies how often do you feel utterly exhausted with that splitting headache and dizziness? All you have to do fniiw "TRY-NEW-LIFE" as per the illustration below and your headache will totally dissapear. We cannot enumerate here all the things "TRY-NEW-LIFE" is good for, but would ask everyone who suffers in any way to call at our offices for a FREE DEMONSTRATION. A small payment will secure a Machine for two weeks. If you desire to purchase, the rental will apply on the purchase price, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO REMOVE CLOTHING FOR DEMONSTRATION For Deafness Dyspepsia Rheumatisnv ADVICE TO CANDIDATES (C-oiitiiiucil from trout Backache Headache and Neuralfiia HAMILTON-BEACH SALES 103 A Sixth Street South AGENTS WANTED [PANY Opposite Bank of Montreal Office open from to Saturdays p.m. for tho eiuulitliiio wlio nBcurod him. (lot llio paper .sinned to all your new boosters JIB BOOH ns possible. Always allow four or five dtiys af- ter names arc sent in for tho paper to atari, lUnnember (Iml there are ton reg- ular prixea. Anyone who has an av- onigo amount of energy should bo siblo lo sot Insido tile "ton." Tho fact that tho highest voting candidate at the closo will havo four options to choose from, one 'being 200 solid cash, IB a splendid Incentive to aim for tho high mark. The second highest, candidate will havo tho choice of the remaining nine prizes, headed by tho Angclus player piano, manufactured by Gourlay, Win- ter l.ueming, Toronto, makers of the well-known Gourlay piano. A player piano can bo -played by hand, as well as with perforated riiufiic rolls. Next conies the McMillan piano, an- other good make of piano by the same firm. Both of these pianos will be oil '.exhibition in about three weeks. The. remaining .'prizes have a cash value of iJUQO, f 125, ?100, ?110, ?4o, and Just as sure us "money talks" (and who says It the Hat of Herald -prizes Is the best cash offer ever made t in u. contest in Can- ada, in n town even twice the aki ot" Lethbridge. Usually the prizes offer- er are various--sorts of merchandise, arid often the'winners are not partic- ularly about the prize they win. But cas-h prize is always wel- isn't jt? Don't forgot thai commission "will 'be paid "to active cau'dldates, who fall to win a regularL" as good i as tenth place. .'..Impossible to lose in, Herald: coin petition. Business .Scholarship Option Arrangements'have been made with the Garlmtt .Business College, where- by candidates may take a course "val- ued at S120 (eight months' tuition) instead of or with the following; priv.- ea: No. 4, the course and. cash; Xo. ;i, the course and cash, or thy full course in lieu of the sixth prize, Special contest office is in the Ao- I adia block, over the R-ed Cross Druff I Store. 'Phone 1732. j Hurry! THE INCENTIVE i% _____ house, to be erected by The Herald; or automo- bile of any make; or ,a trip around the world, all expenses paid: or cash. SSOO Aiigelus player .piano, .McMillan upright piano. ?250 order on any Lethbridge merchant advertising in the Herald, or 1200 in cash. parlor unite or dinins room suite, to be purchased from advertiser, or SI "5 cash. L J100 Vietrottt. and worth OF records, or cash. cash. TAFT IS OUT AFTER THE VOTE OF FARMERS iiiitifined fiom [rout increase in consumption and tho fail- ure of rhe long-drained soil to afford a corresponding increase in produc- That problem faces the people of this country iu so se- vere a form as it threatened the old- er countries of Europe, but. still, as a :i? of '.'armors of. ticns. Why, then, will not the invest- great and pressing economic problem. year to' or "be farmer with money "Iii Europe this problem lias been ,s advantageous rate, a. He is willing successfully met, first by reducing the i cost to the farmer of producing ins 10 supply lo the industrial corpora- j secoiujlyi by incrraElng his lions? Obviously, the iuh-image en-1 through tho aooption of by the imli.strinl corporation: raethods ot cultivation .Both lit'F in the linaiwial machinery at. state governnlellts in innimand. nhich permits it to ,hls done much to afford offer before [lie investor in a more ,he fanneTS iu improved attractive and more readily negotiable nrm. Tho farmer this machin- cry, am lurUir.K it. ho suffers unrea- Thia is nc; theory. Pays Higher Interest i'it- iiiti rr-.-i i-usitlvru' agricultural methods. But it still re- mains for us to reduce iho cost of the farmer's prcduction by affording him the necessary capital for the exploi- "Bnt the advantages to be gained tatiou of his soil upon the most ad- by tin- adoption of this plan go vantageous terms, lie must be afford- j ycml direct savins interest! rfl rllo necessary for him to charges io the fanner. The great ne-i acj0pt improved methods. It must be (irsslty which nrompK-d the establish-j made profitable for him tb place every nipnt of this plan throughout Of his ground under cultivation, that the -vi-uviiy offereil by riu- that of rhcckinir (he rnpidly ad- This offers the ronsumcr relief from I.T in his farm is incrwises in the cost- of food-, tne increasing cost of foodstuffs." ;Tf. brought aboiu by tlio inevitable President Taft strongly deprecates any Idea of establishinR co-operative credit in the United States ihrough the support of government subsidies. "We must establish a credit system cf, for, and by the farmers of the Unit- ed States." he writes. "The country enjoys today great ji-rcsperity. the far- tories are busy, tho workingmen are employed, and everywhere the wheels of industry hum. The fanner shares in this general prosperity. Tho pro- posal which 1 make is not to subsidize the American farmer. Fortunately for thn country he does net need it, nor would bo accept it." A Word of Warning PITFWont. Taft warns tho governors in thirl plan, as in all iinanciil i j-rlnT't1 there is room for harmful for personal Rain. "Tin- mcst point to bear I in mind i.s nerd for the itssump- lion by and state govern- of tho vcspoiKiibiliiy for ecou- :uiil honestly condncted Infill- Hnrli in the es- for obr.nimng tho of tin1: American as well ns ihe investiiiK If this is siven the farm- land banks President Taft is convlnc- Don't Let Kidney Trouble Become Chronic 1 o ki.lu Da. CLARK'S SWEET WITRE X1TRI1 1-1I.LS BOLE WYNNE oo. EG, OAWADA ed that lie can secure the farmers a market for their mortgage loans not only in all of the bis money centres of this country but also on the ex- changes of Europe and thus afford the American farmer the capital ne- cessary for the full exploitation of the entire agricultural resources of this country. WAS A LEADING CHURCH WORKER There lie more stacking than usual in the Snofrftatie, .Man., district on account of the lateness of the sea- son. SKI HEADACHE ft Symptom ol Troubles Which are Removed by Dr. Morse's Indian Boot Fills. Sick headaches re not merely afflictions to be borne a: patiently is possible they arc danger signals. They never come unless the digestive lyatern is out of order, and ihcir regular recurrence is proof positive of serious trouble and a warning that rhould be heeded promptly. Sick hcadnclics are caused by Indiges- tion, Biliousness or Constipation, and.no amount of "headache will do more than temporarily relieve them. The only way to get rid of them entirely is to cure the Constipation or Indigestion that ii causing them, and nothing will do quicker or more effectively than Dr. Mint's Indian Res: Dr. Morss's Indian Root PHIs are purely vegetable in character, and arc free from any harmful drug. For over fifty years they hive been in constant uic in Canada, and have proved mofC effective in regulating the aiding digcatioir banishing sick headaches and ratoring vigorous health. Dr. Morse's Jndhn P.oot Pills have itood the test for over fifty years. 2JC, all dealers. W, M, Cctmtock Co., Ltd., UrocLville. Ont. 7 Mao Kott Flilt. Heflcviile, Oct. 6. Mr. Johnson, one of the most prominent- citizens of tin's city, pas.sed away in j Xiipanee last evening of an yfictition j 'of the heart. lie interested himself I in educational matters shortly after coming to Canada, and had been ai I member of the Board of tedueaiion continuously from 1873 to the time of his death. lie was chairman of the board for five years, and was al- ways progressive in his ideas regard- ing the school training. In 187-1 he was appointed Superintendent of Bridge Street Methodist Sunday sdiool, which ofiice he held until a few months ago, when he resigned on account of ill-health, and was suc- ceeded by Judge Dcrochc. The late Win. Johnson was Vice- president of the Ontario Sunday School association since 187Ii, and representative of this province to three World's Sunday School Con- vpntions in London, Jerusalem and Toronto. .Since 1S8G he had been a member of the General Conference .of the Methodist. Church "of Canada. "Vc had many .ofp.ris in connection liridge Street Chiirrh. He led a very interesting Hie. He was a veteran of KHfifi, having r.crn in active service in that year. He was a member the Orange; Association. A Past Provincial Grand .Master, a representative North Am- erica at four Imperial Grand Councils of the World, Londonderry, Edin- burgh, Ottawa and Toronto. lie was District Inspector of Weights and Measures and Gas, hav- ing held this position under both Lib- eral and Conservative GoveinmenU- In politics he was a Conservative- Mr. J. W. Johnson, member ior Wpsi Hastings in tlie Ontario Legislature, is a brother ot deceased. and the teacher for his farming. The most important, mission the experi- ment station at the present time is to lead the farmer to understand more fuliy the underlying reasons for the common things he does. It Is not too much to say that very few farmers really know the philosophy of plowing. Liberty H. Bailey, dean of agri- culture, Cornell University, in Dry- Farming. The HnriHon Bay -Herald announces that a 300-room hotel will be built a.t Lc Pas this fall. cash. 330.00 cash. cash. Ten per cent, commission to candidates, 'who do not win a regular prize. The above will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence, having the highest vote, the leader having choice- of first prize op- tions, the one standing sec- ond, having choice of thy nine remaining prizes, headed by the piano, and so on, un- til all Uie prizes are taken up. "Sometimes I Could Hardly 2 Boxes of Gin Pills Cured Me The Need of Good Farm Sense I ronfcas that I IIHVR looked with some apprehension upon ihc rapid dif- fusion of experimental science of re- cent years, for there is a danger that this knowledge may overshadow tlm importance of farm prae- lief-, ami lead Uiu fiirmer to demand rules for each perplexity and to depend upon tlie experiment station SUFFERED from Kidney Trouble for five Jong years. 1 also bad Rheumatism in all my bJnos mid ool sleep at sometimes could hardly walk. I was treated by some of our best physicians but without rt-'Iief. I lost over fifteen pounds, was very weak, and friends, who had not seen me for some time, were astonished. One day, I met one of our leading hotel keepers, who had been cured by Giu PUIs, and he advised inc to try them, so I bought two boxes at ray druggist's. A Before I had one hoi, I felt a big for the belter, and before the second box was gone, I was completely cured. I assure you I can hardly believe it for if I had known what I know now about Gin Pills, I would uot have spent over one hundred dollars for nothing, when two boxes of Giu'Pills cured me. Anyone suffering frbm Kiduey Trouble or Rheumatism, shonjd never be without Gin Pills. EUGENE QUESNEL. Chief City Circulation Agent, "La Patric" Montreal. Drive old enemy out of your system. Be free of pain. He able to walk and work and enjoy life. Away with pain in the back, Rheumatism, and Kidney fake Gin Pills. A few boxes now, will mean case and comfort for the rest of Oiu year, _ r Rrmeirbcr Giu Tttisnre sold on a positive guarantee to give satisfaction or Vour money refunded, sw. a box, for You may try them before you buv them. Sample if you write the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Caiinda, Limited, Toronto. ;