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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta September 2S, 1912 TTIE LETTTBRTDGE DAILY ITERATE Pnyc .13 TORTURES BABYHOOD- FOUND RELIEF" PRESIDENT SUN YAT SEN OF CHINA STORY OF HIS TRAGIC CAREER IS NOW TOLD IN BOOK FORM img Lady In Edmonton Suffered From ferrible Constipation And Illness From All Kinds Of Remedies Without Relief. eard About "Fnik-a-tives" And After Taking j A Few Boxes Was Triumph [For This Wonderful Medicine Made Of Fruit. will Constipation just as surely as quinine will cure tills fltid tcvcr. "r'ruit-a-tives" h a specific lor all liver troubles because ffFruir-a-tives" i> the one remedy that aiU on the liver. The cause of Constipation is that there is not enough Bile poured out hy c liver to make tlic bowels move'regularly. When the, bowels do hot move cry day, poisonous matter is absorbed by the blood. This is why those who turTer with chronic Constipation also suffer from Indigestion, Sid; Stomach, Headaches, Pain hi the Back, and often Skin IDiseascs. 14 Fruit is the only true liver siimulcnt. FrtiJc causes more hilt to flow into the bowels and bile is nature's laxative. "Fruit-a-tives" the only medicine in the world nude of fruit juice.? and tonics, will always cure Chronic 'Constipation. The letter of Mies .printed below, confirms the truth of this strong statement. York Ik-nild) you have a roniiiiKv la real and in iho life M' your own day nioro wonderful and thrilling Mian thai.' of any writer of liction'.' And ii rominice which, according to Die tpl- etfraniH from Uio 'Herald's I'okin cor- respondent, may by terminated liy trag- edy at any moment? Then you ma> i have it in tho story of Un Sun Vut Sun. the first President of the Chinese Uojiublic. Hero is a man :i elmractei remarkably liUe that, ot com ish tal'tou and wiih a life stoi-y in some ruupctAa more like that of Abraham Lincoln. Not from the riilins class of China. IIIM ho come, but. from ob- scure pai-pntiigo In an oui of the wa> Chinese village. Thcs son of a Chinese employed in the mission UN he became a student of medicine in Cunion and Hong and began to practice in tbe Portugese colony ol" .Macao, a day's journey from Ciin- lon. A career that began peacefully enough. Now I'or seventeen years thiK Chin- ese physician has been in constant danger of death from hired nsiisins of tlic 'Manclin government. Jlnre tlian onco an uas.issin has actually entered Llie room where his intended victim lodged. A sum 'that reached j half-a-million dollars has been offer- j ed I'or capture. Hiul it been ac- j complished at any lime up id wlthfci Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Sione SIMPSOM AND NEEDS, Props Importers of Scotch Granite 8tb .St. S.. near 3rd Avc, LotlilTidge. YOU WJl-L BENEFIT BY GETTING OUR PRICES throw the .Manchus he fins been on tlio wing, secretly preparing the Chinese for their. revolution. He travelled on foot throughout a. large pun of China's four million square miles, even 10 the borders 'of Thibet, risking' death In' Us 'most horrible form. He Constipation. me that I could Ii Mlsc E. A. GOOD ALL EDMONTON, ALTA., NOVF.MBER zoth. ion. 1'-l have been a sufferer ever since babyhood, with that terrible complaint, J have been treated by physicians and have taken every I hear of, but without the slightest benefit. I concluded that Athene is no remedy in the world which woulj cure that horrible Constipation. 'At this time, I heard about and decided to try them, and I beg to ititc t! it tlie ciFcft was marvellous. The first bo.T gave me relief and after using few boxes, I was entirely well of a complaint from which I had suffered for so Jttnny years. "Fruit-a-tivcs" is the only medicine that ever did me any good for Constipation, urn! J want to say to all who suffer as 1 did "why suffer fn-re is a psrfeft cure in Miss E. A. GOOD ALL. it you "rnnt i uffer with constipation, torpid liver or biliousness, take 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, 250. If for any reason Jou ire unable to obtain "Fruit-a-tivcs" in your neighborhood, they will be scni postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-uves Limited, Ottawa. tho last few months Dr. Sun Yut Up ,an tlist evontu- would h'avc had his ankles crushed in a. vice and smashed with :i hammer, his eyelids cut off. and his body chop- ped into small pieces as the leader ol: a political agitation. Not An Exaggerated Fear. The best, evidence of the fact that this was no exaggerated fear is found in the I'ate ol" Sun's associates. While he was practising- medicine in Macao, he became identified with tvhjit was called the "Young China Lat- er he joined the movement in Canton and wns one of eighteen prominent j nurse, the vehicle was stopped members who organized to overthrow tho -Manchu government. Very soon accqmplished its work. Not only iii China but in every oilier part of tho world where Chinese congregate Sun continued his activity. In Honolulu' particulaVly Sun was, most cordially welcomed by "Ills fellow countrymen, who huti been living under :i republic long enough to appreciate its superior- Dr. Cantik; tells an interesting story of- his own visit to Honolulu. He and Mrs., Can Hie were driving thrausltf'tlie streets in company with their young soil' ami his Japanese after organization was formed seventeen of the lenders were put lo. death, Dr. Sun being tbe only one left, to carry forward ...the work. "Nei-tlier in fact nor in Kays one oi" the ItJuropeun atippoi'tors "neither in history ,nor in the Ideals of romance, bus iiny author dared, to endow the heroes ol bis creation with persecutions Slicl1 as tor uudcr no flag was he safe; nor in the utter- most pans -of the earth; for a period of well night twenty years could he feel that a cruel death was not im- minent." For instance, he was kidnapped in London in broad daylight iu and imprisoned in the Chinese Legation. Passage on an outgoing steamer was hooked for his captors, who intended taking him as an alleged lunatic, to avoid diplomatic complications. The day before the sailing- he was rescued through the intervention of'a British physician who had organized the col- influ- lege from which Dr. Sun had gradu 'feRAIN GROWERS' GUIDE STA I ES FARMERS' POSITION ON FREE TRADE IN EMPIRE Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 27. The JJrmi Giowors Guide baa issued the following statement in reply to th.e yffer of the Canadian Mimui'acturera ssociatlon for a conference with the on closer trade relations with IJritaiu. Western Grain Growers have Vepf.T uily declared for an increase Ji tbe British Preference and even- luilli free trade with the mother- la and If the Canadian .Manufacturers 'Association is perpared fo assist the Brain Growers towards this end there Js'no doubt but that the Grain Grow- wlll be glad of the KFsbtance of the Manufacturers have great euco in tariff making. F: with the motherland would-------- coet of living- to every Canadian and j escape never has be by a trim, well dressed man who ap- peared to be a Japans. He raised his hand and smiled. The Cautiles mga riled him with iision- ishment'a'ad the nurse spoke to him in Japanese. He shcOk his head in reply aw! it" 'gradually ;ilawncU on the physician thuL it- wais Dr. Sun lalmia his mi fine and Chinese Believes YyanJjhih-Kai Overratsr unpub- lished io-ii about the relations Yuan and Dr. Sun. He believes thai. Yuan is ;i much over- rated man, and overtures to Sun final blow came. tells of his makin ecretly before the Ur. Cuntile knew the Freer trade! ated, and who happened to be in Lon- 1 reduce the! don at. the time. The story of that facts at Hie time, but has kept them to himself. SHU was perfectly willing to step aside and allow Yuan to graiify his ambitious, since this seemed lo bw iho surest way to gain independence for the people. At first, Sun had not trusted Yuan, who ottered to co-oper- ate him. 'Go back 10 your mas- he: tolci tin1 messenger, tell him that. 1 have not labored fifteen years and suffered so many perils en told In detail bind closer the great overseas Oo- minion with Great Britain. Kvery loy- al Caniidiun will bt; glad to know that the .Manufacturers Association is not opposed imports. to lower taxes on British IT the Manufacturers As- untit now, when the physician him- self. Dr. .lames 'Cantile, 'lean of the Hong Kong College of .Medh'ine. has m- be tricked so easily. Tell His Excel- lency that 1 can Dr. Caiuile's analysis of Sun's char- acter and a vivid re- minder or the disintertyted patriotism of General in tho early been persuaded to give his personal days oi.' our own republic, lie iniscences of form. (The volume sociation is prepared for a conference jnilitKVtic.d by the f'lemhiK II. Revell to assist in secur-j (Jonipany .and inrows a great deal of ,vith the producers t free trade with Sun in book j a visit that made lo a house in has just, beto Loifdon, just after lie had received the telegram cailiui-; iiini to ho tlie head of peoiiie. The maid who in teu years ii will he a welcome mes- sage to every Western grower." FATAL COLLISION ON C. P. R. MAIN LINE. liifht upon the inner workings of the new Chinese Republic.) How His Release Came The release of Dr. Sun from Ihe Chinose. Embassy in London came about, in this dramatic j There was an English servant in Kenora, Out., Sept. rear end j Chinese Legation who know of Sun's I collision, causing the death of fireman j imprisonment and of the pitiful fate! I were nsked HI opened HIP door had known him for vcnrs and yrt-oti-'i inn) cordially. The new President of China took off bat and shook han.Is with her a( the door, as ii hr wort- still a hunted ru- fu gee. 'I have IK Sun Vai C. A. Clark and possibly fatally injur- ing conductor J. 11. N'eal and passen- ger engineer G. if. Gist occurred early this morning west of Huateed between extra Xo .A composed ot" deadhead and coaches running, east and heavy freight tram also going east. The p w e ga o e t Manufacturers, as they realize that cause is at present unknown. Are Your Kidneys Right? How Do You Know About two-thirds of human ailments come from Impaired action of. the kidneys. Rheu- mutism, bladder complaints and nianv a dis- I trcssfu! and condition are the result of the kidneys failing to filter poisonous acids and I waste mutter from the blood. I fiver v human bcini; warning of'imperfect kidney I action. It may come iii the, form of dull or violent headaches, f II may be given by aching at the small of the buck or by inter- _ rnittont pains in .tli'e joints. Tlinro are many symptoms but only I one way to heed the Treat your kidneys without delay, j Probably 'the best known ppecihr. is sweet nitre. In days j gone by, elderly people used In tako sweet nitiu form as a j me.'ins of toning amJ .stinuila'tint; the Uidnevs. To-thiy CLARK'S WITHE PJLLS are Tlicy are fur more purer and old way. A few taken early in the you Une tidccn thereat'ter, will keep you right pi-t-vent ilu- I trouble ever yet i iii g a fool bold in Isn't il. worth Sold everywhere :it fiity cents a box, or mailed direct by >io THE MART3H, BOLE WYKHE CO., WlfiHiPEC, GAN. I that awaited him. Me told his wife about, it, and she determined to save tho poor wretch, not having the least idea ot" his importance. On a. Satur- day niiihi. :i half-past eleven, I Jr. Cantilc was awakened liy the ringing; of his doorbell. He went to the- door but. no one was there. Looking down he a letter. It was from the ser- vant's wife and read as follows: 'There is a friend of yours impris- oned in the Chinese Legation hero since last Sunday. They intend send- inir him out to China, where they will hang him. H is very sad for tho poor man. mwl unless something is done at once he will be taken away and no one will know H. I dare not -sisn my name, but this is the truth, so be- lieve what I Whatever you do must bo (kno at unco, or it will he too lute. His is. I believe, Sun Yin Though this xv.-.s in i ho middle of the niu-ht CantiU- moved with wen! Tirsl u> ilif Alary- botit) no! iff ami -tin are to Scotland nobody would character PREPARED TO BE MILITANT IN CANADA o- Ultimatum of Suffragette Leader Now in Canada Quebec. P. Q., Seui. luivo been promised by many Canadian women that they are ready to join us in our fight test AVomens Suffrngu. ItaaldcK thore are many ttiiRltali worn- on re.sidiwiB in this country who are rciiily to lieln us. .We are of the oiiin- ion that the people ol Canada are too sensible to make it for us by Hie treachery and'extreme stupid liy of the AfHinilh government. FUit we a re resolved to gain ouv point and wo will co-mimic the fight until' H. is in Canada as in tin? United King- dom, even though we Inu'o' to 'mp.'kfi. ourselves ;i nuisanco and to resect to force." Tho above ultimatum was delivered MJEiS Barbara AVylie. t'l? pioneer of tho GngllKli Militant Eiiffragottai who arrived here an tho Empress, of. Irnlund today. She will remain in for Sunday and will do some educational work there. This will probably take tho form of meetings. From there she will go to Toronto where il expected the campaign will assume a more sertony aspect as she is likely to be accompanied by delegation of Toronto ladles when she interviews the Premier. Miss Wylle expects to bo well received by the Premkir and is nowise discouraged by the reception which 'Mr. Horden gave to the Suffragettes in t'nghmd. "II went :-is far as any politician could" she said.-, "and -of course we realize that a politician has to be very cautious, at-any rate he did not say that he, would refuse to hear nn and that is far better than Prem- ier Asnuith. She is a sister of D. J, W'ylie, M. L: A., of Maple Creek, Si X CENTENARY OF' TREATY OF GHENT LIKELY TO BE -OBSERVED- COMMITTEES ACTING Paris, Sept. seems likely that the city.of Ghent, as well as the.Jm- portunt British and American Com- mittee established for the purpose; will Jain actively in the celebration of the Centenary of the Treaty of Ghent (signed December 24, 18R.I and of the hundred years' peace among English speaking peoples. The Belgian contribution is likely to take the form of a restoration of (Tie room in the old Carthusian Con- vent where tlic treaty was signed, and of the tiiie old banqueting hall in the Hotel tie Ville, where the muni- cipality of Ghent entertained the Brit- ish and American plenipotentiaries after the conclusion of the treaty near- ly one hundred years which con- cluded the war between America and England. William B. Mowland, chairman of the American committee on Internat- ional organization, and Mrs. Howlaml; Harry Brittahi, chairman of. the cor- responding 'committee in Great Brit- ain, together the secretory, of the British coinmitteee; H.'S. Perris, and Mrs. 'Brittain, have been most hos- pitably received hy the Burgomaster, of the hearty co-operation of the authorities of 'tlie city of Ghent. Paris, The project to erect, a. statue of Robespierre, "''.he In- in his native town cf Ar- ras, has awakened tierce opposition among its citizens, by many of whom he is stigmatised as the chief purveyor of the suillotine during the "Reign of Terror." A newspaper of Arras announces iu grim .sentences that. ir. places its col- umns at the disposal of the orgunizers of the movement for '.ho erection of :ht- monument, for tho publication ot the names of conirilumirs to that ob- ject; but it adds: "We them OL one thing: Never will u-.e staiue in (jitestioii be a! Arras. If they attempt it. the sumps of roadways will rise of and we know of a nanny of honest folk, who are de- termined to resist by force." ati wh- in; bought or from his ity and remains htMviirhiii" he tiist-.-il 1.1 'Such mar, plomatic point he it; block promoters and inceseani to ilic would- interviewer.1 PROMINENT MAN DEAD Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. W. Collins, former Judge of the Sev- enili .ludical district died at his res- idence 2liOtJ avenue, south at fi a.m., today. Mr. Collins had been scrioir-slv iii for only a short time JOB HEDGES IS THE MAN WILL CARRY STRAIGHT REPUB- LICAN BANNER FOR GOV- ERNOR OF N. Y. Saratoga, N: Kept. E. Hedges, oty.New York was nominated as republican cnndidale for governor oi' New York today at the state con- vention. Three 'ballots were taken. Hedges load-from tlie lirst and when the third bullet showed m'm steadily gaining strength the delegates flocked to him KO fast that the tally clerk could not keep the record. Before the vote could be announced the motion to make I he nomlnution unanimous was put