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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wlwttfrom tkt ehoimt ftmi Siikatetuvu. ato- of confidence and to There ar, Wash-Boarji. for Sunday School Work ers at iBlairrnore Has Opened AT DEATITS POOR FROM WDNEHISEASE SAVED ONLY By IMANV CHOLERA CASES IN MARSEILLES HOSPITAL Paris, Aug. hews despatch to the Paris Midi from Marseilles quoied Dr. correspondent lliere of Ihe Pasteur Institute as saving that there have been thirty-seven cases' and twenty: desths from cholera in Mai Dr. Toral, chief of the munl rapal service at Marseilles lug FK labllshed a special hospital To- the care of these cases. IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST BREAD '-LETHBRIDOE FAIB .MADE FROM OUK FEOUB See prln Hit Or write ui for full information. ENTRIES FREE WHERE SIR JOHN A MACDONALD STOOD i'he Ladies of Lethhridge May Xow Hsne Mill Hair. The ta Drug Co.-Has the Article and Guarantees It Grow Hair, or Re- fund Your Money. The AJher'a Drue Co backed up the manufacturers of u tho Great Hair Grower guaiantees it to Bow hair i SALVIA deslrojs Dindruff in ten days The loots of the hair are 10 nour ls--d and fed th it a new crop of hair springs up, to the ama7emonl and delight of user The hair is made, soft and fluff, Lik? all Amencan preparations damlil, pel fumed It is hdrd to find an actiess Jho does pot use SAI VK continu and influence use When as Prime Minister Sn John 4 Jlacdonalu pass the National Psiicj in 1S79 it contained the follow mg which was kept standing for years; Any or all ot the following articles, thai is to sa, animals of all kinds green fruit haj ,stiaw bran seeds of all kinds icgeubles Including potatoes and other roots plants, trees and shiubs coal and coke salt hops and wheat peas and barlcj ne oats In 1 w it assures a tull Tummy tifrij-tiim, sine panacea for eierj pain iciatlon in Kenneheck Park near Ked UOTr Monda, tent pins Pulleri and a move made to, Blair- in ihe Crows Nest whpre be summer school is now 5eBslon lho part) ,s a special represent tile of the Herald Max McD e remainder of the n a column of Dailj Doings at Blairmoro Mimmer school m each iss le of this paper week the last g-iihermg of the series will be held at Banff whe.e a I-5 ear lease on a larse plot of land been seemed a and permanent summer school established Blah more possesses one of the mos' Old Man Rner spreads o'llt mTbl'iT with the climbing mount ilns on either side befoie us we cannni be not niiss this eiiue) WO to 10.20, Bible stu 10.-30 to 1I..10, Snnda, EChoor'OciT methods and child i jture stud, Re cess. Ji.jo to m Dinner. .Afternoon-Snorts ami- recreation, Time has changed man, but not- the He is "ere >et king of the wilds and his and his hiue ilf ,el the proud est irophj the hunter boast of the riicr pastes tnroush the town fine beaun The committee has Mandeur wander through son the lse "f oy hollows alons slrnght passe, cm" lleal thp P ,...-J tii-lmieen's. students on the srounds now md Manitoba will also have a camp A special field (lav is Planned. Supper, 30 eiensong 750 mis sions; s.20 music S JO lettu.e 1 twilight period stoi, lnd plc bonfires and olher specnl fea tuiTS. I0.4o Hunts out Special aiiangements will be nidde lor SuiKlay services lerseci b, torrents oierlung bj high "ails of rock nov winding amid bioken shatg, rhasms ana huge frag- now atiddenh emergme the emerald ,alle, where the stream. 1-1 collect, itself n lakc and seems is ,t Peace had established 'herself in the bosom of ami, mese minim momuains A m irmur of eteinii, and immenbitv of death ind life steals thiough one s soul and he feels as if denth and life were one as if the eailh wen Jiut dead as if the spirit of the earth had Us throne na LIN UI1C in that splendoi an.d ones own spirit holding c-omni imon Iheiewitb H is good for in to turn occasion "llj from the stagnant atmosphere of the cit, and breathe the fiagiance j pain Beautiful glorious, bountiful JHELETTER BOX Ladies ol soci.t no other SALVIA-xlB a nonstukj prepara tlon, and is the ladles faronte A gene) ous bottle, I Diug Co, SI Cai Jistnbutors The WOOD STREET COMPLAIN I ditor of the Herald Sir-I should like to ask tne mulium of xour paper what on "t, fatheis think about the filth condition of Wood street It jB ,m poss blc lo get out of the street bj am ortinarj method without gomf tblough at least six inches of mud belle, e we are paymg rates to sup port the of a man to keep our stieel at least passable We a lot of beautiful t eth nudge ind keep jour clean jet heie we are thiee street, iron, the main elreet lost in mud on Wood street lours A H ITBPAVFR S-J mav that we been like this for six emoaade Ham' Ram' Bain' Up eier, street and down eierj "lane Settled the dust m a verv short H worked thai in just to make llijlne} folkt glad to get rid of the dirt A. change once i week Is enough for a shirt Coll.rs and cuffs keep as clean for we at home and to our tin Shopkeepers prettj near all gone in sane On account of the bountiful rain. limn1 Hani' nain' Ram' Mberta Ukes up the mud refrain And sntleis an-1 splatters it far and j i ide I Sdeeis leeembli. the turn of the tide I'eo.ile go b, with a sloppeti-elop Outters -md cellars are full to 'th. top I heard it whispered last night in the- daik i- LniuiUL Ufl n.i B out Impressed their gieatnes. or clt> breathe the f.agiance Jhink of the pong, Jhat mellei them' of the heighta from the dead level of "P Mnlil thev ieae Hie clouds' Bn I pla'n to lho inspiration of these eierlasiing pvrimids of niture That Honk thinking of building an ark. wouldnt that Jir i methyl Is plain: "P unlil the, pir-ae Hie clouds' Bn glneenng scipnre know, Of no ,na adequate To, so gitantlc a e-t Ga7e it the peaks as they glisten against the skv The ira 'ginalion of the most gifted aichitect eould not (hen beaut, nor the most the tinting and form of lho e min crowned siimmils No pen noi hi 1Mb nor tongu- can comev the proper of the c raai mams The, are some thing too imposmg for mere woidt the, are lo the ee like lo the ear he seen and on snows ,nd poalcs one miisi rlimb theli heights breathe thp rold thin atmosphe.e of eletaiions and tram ones eyes 10 mea me pinnacles and ho! lows, ere realizing their stupendous grandeur m nt hedr tho voice) of Ihe norm amid iheir peaks the I Ihe forests from native roots, ihe avalsion of crag and boulder fiom bultlesses above .the clouds, ere tho full power should be sure to arrangements ass pmchase single I Crops for Fall Fair on View 5is. of the cups ate ottered as piemiunxs for the 1911 ei Iilbition haic arrned and are being shown m-the windows o' 4 E I liircc more will arrive m t fow dais doubt this is the best uilleuion Ol chimpionship prem- nims over shown 1 in Southern -jvuunciu hc he a proud nun sure to pmchase single I nc W a man who rare tickets and get standard ceitif, I "lns one ot them at the fair th's cales. An attendance of thirtj nr luo qi the larcpr cales. An atlenclance enlitle the school to too will entitle to j let our thought like Jike the moun tains to meet the deep blue of (he "kl Ii0 tint once U can eier forget his feelings as he stood beneath Wie blue dome of Hea >en walled In b> age sirred moun tains entinalled bj the ceaseless roar of tumbling, tossing waterfalls by the whisperings of forests, of firs' as the -winds .'tossed their graceful en, eloped in wbal changeb Great -iient of man could Hi, He must be'thinking Its going to rain 1 Rain! IP nell com 'ain! Rain! n, f it never let plain, home ,ml d He -note, and beam, in nis Of course ye can have dn JMr if we want There are places this bloomin wiirl were the, cant But gne me place, here the5 know how ,ou bet To turn rirtt aiound the next inr be net the grain "Te On account ot tho beautiful, bountlfn rain Rain! Rain! Heople roll in on All Ihe outsiders are having i, l-oi- we are "the great original order the kind of j-e.r choose, Of these nnUhlcss mountaiiiB is im preaseri upon hi-s mind. the slory of launK low covers PERFECTIDM' COCOA Is rood for Growing Girls they Ike h noumhts their little bodies and makes Ihetn heamSy and ttrong Coco., I a attiohitel; I J.VM obtunnl by nV m I j, >ou, .Jded h, i r ihe I I II i. HUUCU TO ImpllT Ihl propcnn of the Coat. Do Ton UM Cowan'f 1 bnnche? natuie wonder and beauty" The e inounUln'j have witnessed' witchers of the life ihe, but speak what histories Ttfe, could tell' lhe> nit the witches ol Gieat voiceless witnesses ot Him who mlos' Befoie the mom, tniib weie foith oi ever thou hid t tamed Um ealn, nnd the fiom Bverlasting to everlasting tbou ,rt God siowlj the mind lakes In the sunoindlnt ,astncb Hii as the can leach the Enndeur stietcne- ns if the ocein in thp wild onus nf lho cenlunes I, billows tossing to the clouds weie caught by an Almighty band and held motionless" forever. Upon these rugged slopes the red men once thronged. Driven from the praincs and foothills upon rock} grounds thej hnnleri foutht md died f ni and down the stretch clothed w.ih fo, ests fni up tho slopes these foicbis illclch till the nlntcnpicd pea rise from out the green and pierce the clouds.. Glistening in the golden light Ihesc jagged, ice bound summits rise all else unchanged amidst the changing centuries. In the midst of this grandeur Blair- more Is set, and it sil- otncr .towns. Frank-, the hlaiorlc town of the Pass, is one mile clistnnl- Cole- man, Ihe metropolis of the Pass and a half; llellevuo and Mill- tnur l.nnilv frowning ovor graj. singlo fare. H_____ dard certificale livery.. noon tin opportunlt) given, for sight seeing and. sports No one conn msonahl, wish foi more. Thuisdij i] heel chosen union Sunda, school picnic Say and the -ilTm will ho held on tho summer school glnunt'o BVOIJ vision Is made for the entertainment feature as well the othei depait menls. The uimpmc-nf IE one of Ihe finest camping outfitb eve' seen feature thafwould contnbiite comfor hns -been omitted II p general secretaij of ihe Albert, day School Association is responsible for the general airangemenls ami at Hlalrmoft. H.. O Bigloiv societal, of the summer, school has looked after the detail LIIKLJ i "i. n t late of ire pailluilarl} ths fine 0, itaudlne, nearlj two leet HARVESTERS HAVE ALC- FOUND EMPLOYMENT .Moose Jaw, 4ug o p R has: found -suilible employment for nil: bane teii who nrrhed m 'the. west to find the crops tuo necks Irehind them a thou sand of the men took advantage of the leduced rates offered hj the compam o go and visit friends during the fortnight: ilvuw in in Ihe best grain'and glass cxhll both irngitcd dnrf dn faimmg A Cr Suthcihnd lathei of United Slnlcs Vnilor George buthcrland of Ulih died of gmcril dcbilit, du al Ltih lie was 73 vears old HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND, NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Undei lha direction of the Sis tors of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mau rirst Class Boarding and Day School Primary and Grammar Grades State Accredited High School Course of Two "iears accredited hj the ante of Slate Diplotnas conferrtC Uu. sic. incl Art Sti dio f. Write to Sister Ejperlor for Year Book Spokane, Wash FRENCH AVIATOR MAKES NEW SINGLE Paris, Aug. "Scdim's the l-ioncli aviator, broke the record fo. a single long aiico night lodij in competing for the Michclin Cup. He covered 801) kilometers (-1% S miles) nrT Jioiira SB ,b FOcouds "eating Lorindamt, nidik of ,0, kilo meters '-ll Ruin IRain; .'.elterMlu! ".MAX." slide, keeps X0 bcllor ]0cn "on for a summer school could have. chosen. I mMe from aMmon through the courtesv the Western Canada Coal Company I Lectures will be given in ono o'f largo lenls. 25.V36 fcct. A good oiioilablc! folding chairs am Ou way mm j with an up-lo-dale gasoline '-..item, with iambs In the tents out of doors ]imv3 kPHng cola wf_ the IIMI FRENCH SUBMARINE? FOR AGGRESSIVE WARFARE Paris. Aug. suhmailnes each l.001) Ions Invc been laid down Ml Toulon. They ne destined for of fensivo opcralions. Fi-encl submarines have been designed ohl as vessels of dcfeiiLp The new ,Cl sels will accompany lo sea the leiding Business College of the Noilhnest where young-people can receive thorough business training Shorthand U pew riling book keeping commercial law, etc la in sesstfon twelve months In the icar entrance ei iminntions Board and room .-t ,oiy renionable rates We secuie positions for our stu denf Oui new beautifullv illusintsd canlogue sent frep upon lequeEt Write for It NOW IT. C. BLAIR PRINCIPAL 1ST A MADISON, SPOKANE cumuli mmn iwmn m. nnd will be their crews in comfoit for (lays. of inulntnlnlii, lalnliiz WHY THE GOVERNMENT t.v. Sin ci "'HI divided Ihe alert. Aug. n._Tho g ernraent afflrms Us evplanation of ihe evecutio" who mutinied whilo the >osscl w-.ia at Taiigip, Saluidi v tl Ihe revolt was plot Web_abou, sanoisweielmphcst eU, t-be iajly thi-oliaho it the coimtn, the government Is PoiiesiiiindhM.. ITiiE Royal Une MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shorest Route lo London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings .from Montreal: ROYAL EDWARD AUG ROVAL- GKOROE AUG '2 HOVAli .EDWARD SEPT. of Passage; 1ST CLASS H UPWARDS CLASS J ,1 7n vt tRUs, 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don I3J.25 rurllier inform.-ilion from S U. Mile-hell. Agcni c.l'.ilv, II. Alacbelh, t'lly Ticket Agt. G. N. Ry., or write, to II. DA VIS, 72 MAIN TREET ;