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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Let Us Know Your Wants We Sell All Kinds of Building Material, and deliver what we agree to deliver and when we agree to deliver THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Road Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge Nr. Lethbridge Tuber Cow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nantou Grauuin Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. Box 1928 Repairs Storage Supplies Gasoline Grease Lubricating Oil THE STANDARD GARAGE AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION Accessories LETHBRIDGE STREET WOOD STOP SCRATCHING Edmonton Gives Laurier A Rousing Welcome Just as Long as You Have Dandruff Your Head Will Itch Its the little microbes that are gnawing down into -the hair roots. It may take a long -time for these per- sistent pests to get down to the vital (Continued from front In his Edmonton speech Sir Wil- frid reiterated once again the theory 01 responsible government which he :hns been preaching throughout the tour, and this led to a few. words on the navy question. Seizing upon Ed- monton as an example, he said six- jart, but when they do they will de- stroy -the lift of :he hair in a very short time. i in short that my head was ilmost running we crazy, and 1 saw ad. in the Times-Union. I bough-r a bottle of Parisian Sage at once and cried it, and in a week I could see Jiat niy hair was growing wonderful, and I continued using Parisian Sage., and now my hair is beautiful and ev- srybody admires it. My scalp is always not needed a navy until now. clean." Mrs. S. Dingle, Jacksonville j Fla., Oct. 15, 1909. itiere Parisian Sage, the most delightful hair restorer, is guaranteed by John- ston and Jackson to stop falling hair, to cure dandruff and "all diseases of the scalp, or money back. It is the most refreshing hair dressing in the world. Ladies use it extensively be- cause it makes the hair beautiful, soft and luxuriant. 50 cents a bottle at Johnston Jackson's or charges pre- paid from Giroux Mfg. Co., Fort Erie, Ont. The girl with 'the Auburn hair is on every bottle. For the past five years we have been busy preparing a line of stock suitable for prairie planting. We now offer you RUSSIAN POPLARS, beauties, straight and stocky in any size you want and at right prices. TTe have a full line of HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS that have been Alberta tested and wintered beautifully. ROSES are harder to bring through bur we have finally selected several vari- eties that will thrive. ENGLISH BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and PIRPLE BER- BERRY (best of make splendid hedges and are perfectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SMALL FRUITS that will grow anywhere that a little protec- tion is given them from the spring winds. We absolutely GUARANTEE all items TO GROW that we re- commend the planting of, Let us get in correspondence wiih you in regard to these things. Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANT when done right. We. instruct you. is Xo trouble to price your wants. Send for price list now while you think of it. MIRROR LAKS BRITISH COLUMBIA HERE'S A GOOD CROP J. A. GUIespIe, who has a farm five miles west of the city, told tie Herald this morning Uial lie Iiad 100 acres of spring- wheat that would go IS bushelsoto the acre, and an- other 100 acres that would go 1- to the acre. Not one of his neighbors have any crop at all Mr. GiUespie says he got his seed in deep on the right .kind of breaking. He has three binders busy cutting this TO SPEAK AT MACLEOD teen years ago he did not see a po- liceman in the city and why Be- cause it was small and did not re- quire it. The police force had grown with the city. Similarly Canada had aa prejudices in Quebec. There are prejudices in Ontario. Pre- judices are not always ignoble things. They are sometimes the exaggeration of a noble sentiment. One Have you given EDDYS WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, why not Are you aware of the faet that there are NONE better manufactured? Ask your dealer to- show you Matches, Paper of all Paper Bags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards. Ke Is not up-to-date unless be can show you woodenware made at EDDY'S. E. B. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. ESTABLISHED 1851 Hull, Canada Macleod. Aug. is rumored here that A. E. Ycsburg, late of G-ranum. will shortly open an ice cream parlor and bakery in Macleod. Aubrey Fairweather, from reports around town, will soon open a cafe in this town. This new restaurant will probably be situated in the southern part of the town. The S. S. Trading Company have opened a temporary office in the j Sim's Real Estate building, J. A. Struthers left for an extend- j ed trip through the eastern provinc- i es. He was accompanied bv_ Mrs. Struthers. Robert Patterson, candidate for this French, the other was a British pre- judice. I was denounced by extreme Catholics and by extreme Protest- ants. I don'i know whether I. am j still denounced or not; I stand as a British and Canadian de- clared Laurier. Cross in Chair Hon. C. W. Cross was tie chair- man and he pointed out that _it was j a little less than five years since they welcome the premier before, and ob- j serving that Sir "Wilfrid _ would be j I surprised by the growth of Edmon- j {ton. during that time he was positive j that if the premier came back three) years hence he would find a city of not nor of but of 000. Premier Sif ton confined, himself to reminiscences and the free and full ex- pression of Liberal sentiment. He did not make any announcement for which some peaple are looking, but contented himself by saying, "We have come here to hear tae Premier and not; to discuss those affairs for which we shall have lots of time dur-! icg the years that may come. Hon. F. Oliver Speaks Hon. Frank Oliver, who was listen- ed, to with attention, instanced the j farmers the Independent Edmonton as indicative of riding held a largely attended meeting at the constructive policy of the Laurier M. L A. AT GRENFELL Grenfell, Sask.. Aug. death occurred here this evening of -Mr. Benjamin P. Richardson, who has teen ill for the past five or six weeks. Mr. Richardson was one of the early set- tlers, having been resident here- for orer twenty-five years, during all of which time he had taken active part in matters- concerning this city and tne surrounding district For a number of years ,he farmed a Ewelme. E. H. Matmsell, the Liber- i government. Under that same con- al candidate, expects to open his cam _ structure policy he looked to see the paign with a meeting to be held, in the city hall here early next week, when, it is expected that premier Sif- ton will he here. Judge Carpenter has returned from his vacation at the coast. Miss M. M. Hntt, of Calgary, who was last Wednesday married to C. E. Cameron, of Granum, was well known and liked here, having taught ia the Macleod Public school for years. Mr. Cameron has also taught in the school here and has later stud- ied in the law offices of Campbell Fawcett, Of tBis. city. The reconstruction of the depot restaurant will be started in the course of a few days. The new building will be occupied by T. D. thousands of miles that lay to the north of Edmonton fully developed. to raise more stock in opinion of Hon. G-. P. Graham, who saw that Alberta in time would use a great dairy industry and enable them to raise stock profitably and to dairy successfully they would need the Hudson Bay outlet. The reception to the Premier was in the form of a procession, with fif- teen thousand people in line, the 101st Fusileers, Mounted Police and four hundred mounted Indians furnished ing the stock and household effects qf guards of honor and escorts. Despite: an Illinois farmer on a migration to the sultry weather a In-j Minnesota bv way of the Chicago dian chiefs, some of whom travelled Great Western railway. At the des- Rocking Down vs Shaking Which Do You Prefer? Look at tlie man above. He's SHAKING an ordinary furnace. He bends nearly double, exerts all his works up a prespiration, and gets a v Now, look at the woman. She stands nearly, erect, gently moves the lever to and fro, a few and the ashes are dropped into the Sunshine ash-pan. This is called ROCKING DOWN. It's so easy a child can do it. Which method do you prefer? Why, Rocking Down, of course; Si Go to our agent in your locality. Let Mm show you the many other time-saving, labor-saving and fuel-economizing features of the Sunshine. Order him to install the Sunshine with a guarantee to heat your home to your entire satisfaction. irrnace couver. St. John, N.B., Hamilt For Sale ty Stafford-Spew Co., ifitMridge London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver. St. John, N.B., Hamilton, Calgary. several hundred miles, presented the the late-- proprietor, and over I mth and collar section of land and later studied rooms will be fitted up for rent. scarcity or Buffalo prevent- ed was called to the bar and enjov-l The cement contractors are laying [ed from a robe" tination the freight agent checked up the stock and found two head more than the way bill specified. He promptly assessed excess freight rates Sporting Briefs j Henry, the collegian, ed as the greatest was tout- i ed a large practice, being a member of the firm of Richardson Spauld- ing- He was at one time editor of youngster ever j