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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -October 12, DAILY" ITKKALU MRS, STEVENS After of Suffering. Tdlt How'Her Health Waa Regained.. Wflurika, had female trou- bles for.BeVefi yours, was nit run down, and so nervous I could not do any- thing. Tho doctors treated mo for illf- fcrentthlngRbuidic) mo no good. I got so bad that I could AUSTRALIA REEKS WITH MONOTONY Country Largely Flat, Arid and Cultivated Only in I I not sleep day or night, While in this condition 1 read of j Ism I" Lydla fi. PinUliain's Autilrall, By George A. D'orsey, Ph. D-, L.L. D.t In Chicago Tribune. I cnnlo to Australia lo study political problems. It I seem tu 11 live wundered furaliclil in ttie discus- ioii of tlieoretlcnl nud ui'iictloiU social- ism In general It lu boenuHe politics socialistic Once hnyoml the AllrtHlmnie.s, our ear- ly colonists found UifniHclvcK in a land over bolter fitted for huimm habitation Hum thut to tiic of the mountiiliiE. Oncu' Uio problem of irp.nspoitatlon I'-olml, the Ht-ulliiK of thy fur west nrouutitU'U wiiii tremendous rapiiiiry. City Dwellers Numerous Tho Aiifitnlian of Hit; mountains, dilllcultictt oven grpntor than Ihoeo ho left lioblnd along the coast. the tribntion of population Is peonllar. OC Jean than more than lislf belong to two com- paratively small -states viz: New South and Victoria. More Hum pound, and began Itfl naa and wrote to you for spcciul advice. In Q short time I had regained my health nml am now strong and well." SALLlE R.F.D., No. 2, Comancho, Oklu. Another Wonum Keeovers. Newton, N. H. For fiva years I suf- fered from female weakness and drag- ging down pains. Lydia K. PinUham's .Vegetable Comiiouad has restored my health and the pains are gone." Mrs. 'F. A. PKASLEB, H. F. D.( Box 88. Because your case is a difficult one, .doctors having tlono you no good, do not Vegetable Com-' and because AiiBtraliu'ri solution of her [.one-fourth of pupyltuiun lives lu pollticfil pi'ObluniH hita buou along KO- eiallfilli! lines, 1 considered It netieUHHry, therefore, to get before us .SOUR- idea of the iiini of the socialistic movement. Lacking a geiieial knowledge of thoso thingK, Australian legislation and politics are meaningless, fire nqu' ready to turn to Australia, biit there la till Some prelltnimii'y spade work to be done before wu tan tackle the political problems successfully. Institutions, political or otherwise, four Alctbounio, Adel- aide, and all coast towns oc- cupying the same relative uuaition as regards the mowuEihi range and thu plains buy ond. Thirty-six per cent, of AiBtraJiuls population in In "sis cities. Thirty-seven per cent of thu population of Xcw South Wales lives in Sydney. Poriy-tlirce per cent, of pojuilutiou is in Melbourne. Of South'Australia's ihan L'OO.OitO, 45 per cent, lives iu Adelaide. Those facts would ho wonh noth- uro affairs of men's niludtr. They have j ing were they not slg'niticant. The their history, and that history is bound J proportion of metropolitan dwellers up in tlie soil and the f-liaraeter o.f the j to thonri living hi the country ia great- trial. It surely has remedied many cascn of 'of female ills, such as inflammation, ul- ceration, displacements, tumors, irregu- larities, periodic painr-, backache, and il may be exactly what yon need. i ward, try. Only 14 per cent, of Englishmen If yoUTTflnt special idrtce ffrtlclo Lydin K. tfedicfnn (confl- rtsiillal) Lj'rin, Mass. Your letter will he opened, rand ami anturercd i TTommi anil liclil lu strict IISSION is ARRANGING DATES :vcry strike. Is on account and heeaiiKO to i-ondon; 11 per cent of Saxons of something which 1ms goni before. I in Dresden; 7 per cent, of Sfoctch in Without some IniowIcdgR or its an- Edinburgh; 7 per cent, of Frenchmen lecedcuts, the present is more or leas I In PnrJa; and per cent, of meaningless. Which is only' another j in..Budapest, way of saying thai human Institutions, Farms All Large. even the human mind Hxelf, is but Yet Australia Is essentially an ay- the product of social environment and cou-ntry. Looking ai. trade n generally unconscious effort to adapt returns, a I amount of farm produce mind the the mind or organ of control to UK geographical and material Environment of The Australian RANCHING COMMISSION WILL START HOLDING MEETINGS ON OCTOBER 23 The IHtie that uecd to be known about Australia's geographical environ-, inent has alrejidy been loid. We need i only remind ourselves that Australia j continent, thousands of' exported, and bearin.., environ-j heavy percoutJigd of people living in 'metropolitan 'districts, one how it done. The esphination is fair- f iy simple. f The town can Hvt? on the country in I AuBtralia is hi no other land, simply tut- wtuntry in divided up into mure states and nowhere csecpi OH bv the minister tu inquire: jmrt m. evcil been gan- me 'into and report, upon the advisaUlity eral ttt, that the Interior is n of SL-Uine apart certain tracts tieaerr; and that the for Uu- cndoumpcmcnt of rancliing and fonilc i.i-ea is a narrow Cringe -walfii in Soutlicni .Saskatchewan sca-coast and plains that slope wcst- and Mlii'Vtii -will he at Wood Moun-. from the low mouawtn range tain S-isk Ocl 23 Willow- Hunch, whlcli croai-ea liio continent from north Creek, 30; smith its eiiBtoru shore. di'u l-l-al Nov. 1, and other places: Pioneers hi Kortli America euconn- dates'to he arranacil later. H is tcrcd obstacles, .but they were almost tliaii the public will attend I as nothing compared with ilidlcultlca these, sittings and give evidence that seemingly inherent in this land. Aiis- connni.s- tralin. 1ms been won, so far as it has been won. at a. terrible cost of time ami human endurance. The human setting or the social en-j virojiincnt in Australia is also simple. will assist the object oE the siL.ii aiul many interesting details wi be adduced.- Thu 'Hamilton Beach Sales Comiuiny aro now dcjmonstrnUns their "Tiny Now Li To" machines, ;it No. A.. Sixth Street South, opposite Bank of As in North America, the first white settlements in Australia were on the Ciist coast. 'Hlowly and haltingly men made their way over the mountains. known as the "iKicltblockt." What j call "plantations" or "cattle ranges" arc known as "Et.ilions." rd into Australia, slowly. Australia never had a real boom. The colonists "imply SIR lied out their claims wittiout opposition, to rc- Etriet .the limits Ironi'excessive com- pctilion from or pressure ot a douse population from within. The man of moderate means with ICO acres. doe.'u arc anxious to cured atul 'spend any money LOOK1NV, for c-.m-s, me. Ucad the symptoms over and lut c hear from you today. j To bt1 Siirc IK a stratum society wliicii nrrlvn; In niciOv Ih-aotrcrl a.nrt tllKHsiirpd, j vrliich rrela Uio strcT, Init tho i joy riders sire i'avc. Tiicrc an :un-' i ount of ito v.-lio corno? from Ir.tiia or i hul to tiie i rnvelirr fvon1, Lori do it I i or Ltvcrnooi li'.c strcRlr strcni i c and f Goes in for f-iyic On ioj> you w i scarcely for T'-sprli that i'ydney, hi ways, i nion1 1 triK1. f of AusiraMu HrUIsh. Time ytons tlils Hrltifili the M? parent storl; it will raciliucations M iiliyrica! tvpc -1-- 1H-W In wiiicli it finds V Aasti-slian is liu'o Tha ciiiu-icTerlsiit: of his Mriihh -the tlupirn fov freedom Trons been wtr.u them mere iiehls. i K net until the history of Aiitiri'lii -.v.-is lirongM into ilelinlio jjciit.ini! connection v.-itli ci.-- On c.x-j plortr. ('apt. tnoli nossessiff-i of i tlio" whole hi the uiinio of tnnjesiy King Uoorgn ill. Conli uro- HrlMst! sovereignty only over! ia no'.v tj'.c; Pastern pnrf. of New THI- HABIT EVERY DAY llrr.drod.i nT people iiro prrmiinniiily ciirpd of the drink habit cvrrv in the NCH! J--ililntn Ualpary. The craving for liquor is only rtiriovnJ, h-il the aU-ohoIic poison is removed from the sys- tem, ami nerves fo nnrmn! rondRion. torbojv.i-' :1 hy ;l "'ales Quconlnnd. It re-! for L'.U'f- Piiillip, on behalf rn the lo iirociiiini Briiisii rovsrcigniy over L'IO wiiolo iisolf in in1'-1.' j of t Tree frcm ccnnin re- j liic- oM diiti Sovereignty Extended Slowiy. ucvciopeil a lent' of j New Xcalnnil was ;IT v.'o iocl; the i -.n-der tlio jurisiliution of tlie court, in Syiinyy, but ii (iid not bf- TKEATMUMT removes ail desire for alcoholic stimulants ofltrjsent ijuickiy eradicates all poison, lukos away U r.'M ITStnres excessive drinker to the condition Iiefrrp to drink. !m "rnA fimo and time agiiln to iiuit. and failed, can hey v.Mjnirc In the Treatmeat. iiin Ii ali-ohol nun ynlisfy is proof that their njpdiciil A