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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta February THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FREE PSYCHINE FOR THE SICK Let us buy a 50c. bottle from your Druggist and give it to you to try. Here are our reasons; If these white corpuscles not la below, wall it to us and we'll give your AGRICULTURAL DEPT. HAS BIG PROGRAMME FOR 1911 For nearly the. third of a century we raoat desperate to -medical science. We have solicited look-over should you desire. disease that afflicts ibe human race. We will undoubtedly bur and dlstr! thousands of un- Fw years, iu It has bute in this manner hundreds of thou- been recognized that herbs are the most Bands of these 50-cent botUes of Psy- trcatment for disease. chine. It is only wKlilQ recent limes that And we do thac to show our entire 'TM.'V nt it- third of a century's have been able to tell just why they confldence in this wonderful prepara- J. IlUlK 01 -Hi _ Hnn. were so effective. tion. A confidence that'has been based on experience with one preparation, a w lit This policy has been carried forward roiir I not had SQc. .JfJVfiinn.d a extent un- oitlc ot pHjehJn.e under '.hU liv advise my this; boilte to me. to deliver di asHem! S gels Into tie body, word fbr. the tremendously beneficial ;keeps heaUh'. effect of Paychlne.; out the MyXame............................... Town..................................... Street, amber.................... My Street and lumber..................... TJiiB coupon Is not good for a botllo of J'uyclnne if prewutcd U> the dnn.'Klxt -iinniift wil) then buy the WXr. of Psvchine lron> your druxKi-t und direct him tort el Ivor it to you. This oilier may be withdrawn at any.tioie without r.oiice.- Send coupon nnd developed to a gmuor 'extent .un- der the direction of Hon. Duncan Mar- shall, who' during the year and a half ai he has in charge of the de- first week; and for the eecood week instruction will be in. dairying, poul- try raising, and grain, soil and Instruction in poultry will include feeding, batching and rear- ing. In dairying the instruction will cover subjects from the production of VICTORIA mNSIONSl .'LETHBRIBdrE. THE FINEST APARTMENT- Iff SELECT- FASHIONABLE- DECORATED AJOO rQTRNlSHED IN THE ILEGANT STYLE Of A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE. SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE. SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FKOM 120 PER. MO. SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM 125 PER MO, INCLUDING BED ROOM. PRIVATE V BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPING FLATS FOB SCHOOLTEACHERS for apply at frwn 8 tc '.5V FRED'rW.-.DO'vVNER, PROP. partment, -has developed the educa- the milk to the marketing of the fin- ished product! In grain instruction the subjects of growing, judging and work to a high degree. Under the direction of Mr. Marshall, Lo educational work IB carried on of grain, soil cultivation, nol- the 'supervision of H. A.. Cragg, ious weeds, and grasses and fodder i-rerin-lcndent of fairs and institutes, .to plans tbe prograinnje for the MT, arid carries h out, and C. P. filler, dairy commiHaioner, and W. crops will be covered. RESiGNATlON MUCH REGRETTED CHANGS SITE 'FOR FACTORY .Medicine Hat, Jan. general _____ manager of the Alberta Linseed Oil I ,and Paint Company, was in the city I Farmers arc Sorry to Loss Supenn- on Saturday anu after considerable) tendent Murray From Expert- hustling on the part of the New Industries Committee, the Board of Trade and the Progressive Club u, expressed here by leading grajn grow- suitable site was located in block and others at the resignation of on the flats, options on the eight lots James Murray, Superintendent of the required being secured at the very Dominion Experimental Farm, who reasonable figure of The change of site became neces- nental Farm Brandon. .Ian. regret .is I LIE NEftS leaves shortly to .take the luent of The Canadian Wheat Lands, .sary thrAugh the fact that the former _ -one was too near the Creek and it was feared -that there would be Eeepage into the elevator pits froru that source. Limited, a large irrigation project- in The Look Bet If He' Had Been Ha 'Would Kavj Now Tea do not want- a scientific '.'treatise on the heir you. are not par- A bis feature of the short couraes v.-il! be the for the grand Stevens, live stock comci-ssloner. challenge Ironhy, offered by tiie de- Instruction is given ic the form of 'P2rtcient of open to teams meetings throughout the pro-' jl3cf3 .four- schools.: The four men -.late, which practically continue highest In local i year. During, the past year or comprise the team from" each iEhort courses in agriculture have to con-pete for this trophy. Toej held at various points in the -from McLeod and Vermilion] at which large numbers of fcrmcrB; bz7e tht-ir expenses paid to Innis-i have received, expert instruction. j fail lo compete. The courses are free. "Big Programme for 1311 interested is invited to ai- Instruction is lo be carried tsnd. on, on a much larger ecale than ever! The Staff of Inrtructors this year. The programme that has- For tbe instruction In the snort Coleridge, Jan. adjourned -Dy the minister, with the Iconree schools the'department have se- business meeting of the Presbyterian assj5tance of his superintendents, an efficient staff of instructors, Church was this week and more comprehensive than in any j They include W.-C. McKillican. Cal- faivly well' attended. The congrcga-. former year. The needs of the fann-jgary; Geo. H. Huttoa, experimental i tion has done during the vear. are greater, there are more farm-1 farm, Lacombe; VvT. H. Fairileld, Leih- new ciiurc-n has ber-n built anii furnish ers to be dealt with, and raixed Geo. HarcOurt. depatj minis- HIGH-GLASS Oddfellows' Block, opposite Alexandra r Hotel Careful attention by tlie best artists Removed from Alexandra Hotel- SHOE SHINE IN GQNNECTION pericientftl ihe teld the noBiton. fie has become very popular with the rain growers all. over .'western' toba. as his successor -at ilculjrly Interested in the o: .-rnian scitntibt Isolated the. tiia.t Eftid co cause baUlneas. you do v.-unt-it> know is how in MU.VO Uic hair you have and make .It stronif and-lustrous. ICyui'.s Hirsutor.c' .will do It .better than anything It is r.ot cTahned. that Hlrautonc is a. wor.derful scientific Jt is the concrete result-of all that 5s proven in tiie treattnenr, dise' and scaly. U is a. I-.appy combination and yoi: will notice a. prompt improvement ii; the fooling of Ihe.scili) and the of tha Hair. Ilirsutonc. loosens and removes 3.1'. mealy and matted'deposit on the sca'.j' the hair bulbs and new vlcor to Ihc liair Nyai's llirsutone-gives back to liair an.-) scaip just what it has cl by your-ncplect and abuss. It is :tlmo "to start right. Use Hlr- eutone.. it is one'of-the Kyal remedies and no higher recommendation can lit giv- en !t. sire .pood. your Brandon is appointed. ''BUNCH pr.HORSES'Jpresent. Medicine 'Hat, Jan. :Mr. Middteton, Mr. Achcson aad Jlr-lin the proviiice; bwn'arranged, so Cv {Walker were elected managers esUmat'etf. 5s included 1 the entire stason. This will be e. larg- cijrrent year. A proposition to elect "the expenses of the dairy portion of! er number of meetings-than has vet a hew "elder vot-cd don-a for the tho short courses and institute raeec-ibsen held, Tbe institute meetings McClaih and W. R. Penland; oh'-'Sat-j rday, purchased 600 hea'd of'horses! rom Hyde of the Trefoil, crcat_ The Shcrt One for each everyday aDment SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS a lliac anch ind thereby "came into poss'es-'i Ported to place in ion oE the best bunch of horse flesb the company here, n these parts. -The 'Trefoil (commenced a.t Provost on January and wili continue throufhont the The big feature of the educational'year until nert December. They are ;vork this year will be the short i held ail through, the province, every There'will be four of these.! dmrict beJns touched. y, at Straibmore, McLeod. In-{ The instrtrctors a.: the institute meetings include C, E. and G. nisfail and Vermilion; Tbe courses H. A. ilclntyre and D. Ictt, tbj agtnivclaims that some commence on .Monday. Fehrjary lave for years been using: imported on Saturday night Jast the drawer in jjjih-at' The coarse at. lyde stallions on the best class of, his office was opened and S23 taken. rhis poini wsli be of one week's dar-j ler. A. W. S. J. CeoL-, Vv. F. Ste- la young rblKs on going, D.iit on account of tne inclement tner remained at home. our pool nJUl brday.'.. Sturm a trip to Medicine Hat last week. .waat for' _' Albert Jtlnsign, our vent' to Taber on Saturday. not neard as yet. now tbe "fUbt out. 2- A. -Donertr entertained .on 5. KicnardE on cas b een having "witb a boil Wonder S 3 win-'out'i Kutu KicnardH vas on tne sick hit LSI, -weeK. fclence churcti. I vvzuie.'-driving to laland tne Ua tae coltin rested a bronze bos' before last, A. K- Hutcnins6nr CONCRETE GRAVE HOLDS MRS. EDDY Body of Christian Science Founder" in Last Rest- ing Place Cam-oriflge, Jan. a concrete grave on the shores of Lake Halcyca, iu ilouat Acburn. cemetery, a ttere was laid today a bronze coffin containin-g tee beer JIrs; Mary Ba-j Her G. Edsy, founder of the j. Ur. Y.'amer. A. Gilbault, L. TJ. Fow- fjrsde mares aud their stuTf is known t.A c.P.-R. detective has been in town and instruction will be in iiv rom. one end of Alberta to the ojher. Messrs. McCIain and Penland are to e congratulated on putting through a deal -which secures for tacm. such a high grade bunch of -toe type of cck hut so -t tl "r lias been thrown on traitor. Further developments nre ?x I the The school there will last stoc the 6th to the enclosing a complete set of ibe worksjirore his lace badly, -but is somewhat ol jars, hlddy, together with ali the re-j oetter now. roas, H, Fairfield, and E. H. cola, S. S. Scans ell and A. P. Ste- venson, and Dan MeKercner. a nign graue ounca 01 me lype OL r i horses which is in general demand for I H. Stephens, of Portage La Prairie, j heavy work. was prospecting for hric'; ciay in S I THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY scr.ocl cent Cnrtstlan iscfeace publications.! unristopher Asbton made a busi vrnne tne silver plare beEeatn gave ness trip to Fcrsons on ner name and tne daies of her -birtb j day, returning Friday noon. _ and deatn." A sleigh load of "vnm" Tne ceremony was attended by tneUrove out to tbe nome of H 0 Mc- s in the city oa February airector3 of -be' chlirctl aad a SCOre of uasieis to. spena tne erenlng teit Hv F. Kenny, accompanied by! ig Sunday School Msss Meeting to Her. E. S. Bishop, of will visit firVt reader of have been having cold be Held on Feb. I2ih this vicinit-v last October, has writ- Re _ j- I Arransesencs are now pracucallj follows: ten vour correspondent; that he has a number of tbe schools of the district, MEN ALWAYS FAVORED BLONDES] ten your correspondent tnat. ne nas jCOIQn5eu.d f0r the big Sunday Scbooi. Columbia. Mo.t Jan. blonde'not up ihz option on the niass meeting to be held in Knor''. type of woman has been developed prospet-.ted, and consequently will! church on Sunday Feb. 12th., on the Raymond. Wednesday, February S. Warner, Thursday and Friday, Feb- Yebruarj- 14. February iogy at the University of Missouri.'- thatVJnd nrir'v hundred invited lo bc Present in a body. 115. 1 the'Detter in his opinion. ,___ _, be held at each Automobile Free A a lift to ths town. 1 Jliss Maggie Acheson is spending a couple o'i weeks with friends in Grassy Thomas Stubbs, contactor of Leth- r-oid evening sessions permit of 'them" arriving at Knox: eacb church not later than 2.45. j In dattion to which mominj: and af- The program will commence at 3 ternoon of tne second day will be held o'clock sharp and will consist of bright at Warner, and inspiring singing, led by Mr. T. S. Tne schools affected will endeavor _______________ MacKenzie. a first class orchestra ns-'to have a representation from the bridge spent some time in Colcririciv sistlng. Addresses will be delivered scnools in their immediate vicinity- in 1 i hr- iho Prnvtncjal ,o reports n successful year in the build- B. E. Michener, M.LJV.., of line traric in Lcthbridgc this the Gen. Sec.. H. F. Kenny, ing fine prosnrcts for next summer. Thr srvrre weather this week FIRST PRIZE This fully five passenger auto, with electric lights, TO BE GIVEN AWAY from 53CO.OO to 51500.00 io other prizes, for the selling of a praail medallion frame. An eaiwl chance for person who wishes to enter this contest, which will be very short. Should close in a few weeks. Open for entries until February 15th. Write for further particulars and full specifications of the auto and selling article J. G. Maxwell P G. SOX 2051 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "'has Red Deer; Geo. S. Dingle. Chairman of the A Q ffl A N S. S. Board of Cal-: gary; and Rev. E. S. Bishop, Superin- agfiin interfered badly with the train'; tendent of the Missionary Nanton. The chair vili be taken "by J. D. Higinbotham. Ksq., President of tho Letlibridgo District, wbti has been superintendent of the first Sunday- School of Letbbridge continuously since its innvignratkm, twenty-five years ago. A full turnout of the city schools and mail service. The thermometer showed .T temperature of 35 below in Coleridge on Thursday p.ighl. with a fierce blowing nn Friday, Mr. Krrn, a Nova Scotia man, who jha-s been night operator at the sta- tion tirrc for six months, has resigned and his place has bcm taken ternpor- jarily by Mr. Garripy. of Mrdinne j Hat. i I Albert Meier is sprnrting a few days Sc-nool nature, the city pulpits in Colcrirfpc prpparalory to taking un occupied morning evening in most residr-nce on his homestead, north of cases by visit in? speakers, who will _ _ rfrtfir JnA BACK. One Woman In Twenty Has a Back. is looked for, and a rousing meeting Tbroughout tbe day the entire Thekidr. _ out of ten. "present the work 01 ,T t, 'to the various cor.gresations. Mr. ana .Mrs. MotarroU and daiish-, TJJe program :-0i- the and tor Ziila. havp jnst. from an evening services will'be carried out as trin ;o Micnican toUow3: and er ctiurcb, repealed the Ninety-Hrst fsaim, and tne last two verses in juae, wnich were read at tfie funeral ueceniQer Tnen tbe grave was seated. General .Henry M. Baker, oi N. J., .Mrs. Eddy's counsel and exec- utor or her will, was tbe only member or tbe family in attendance, but it bad oeen announced tbat all claims to oth- er bad been waived. Since tne funeral services ot Mrs. secy. December S, tne bronze coffin Had" reposed in the regular tomb atj Mouut wita a guard beside itj nay and utgnt. Tne guard was reliev- j ed'saortly after noon today, when half p. dozen rolled up to the door of tne tomb, and an nour later the cof-j im was placed on a bier. Tee bronze plate covering tne fea- of Mrs. Eddy was pushed land one toy one little company; jcazed ror the Sast time on her face.t Vne features had changed but in me r-even wcexs during tbe con-i jstrncuon ol ine grave. The skill ofj ttie embalmers was invoked to make I it imrervious to desecration or even jto decay. I -rno on lour f.eot of cen- lsine crete'and is encased in steel uprights. upon this rests tbe copper box with 'civ.'! .reft Christian Science literature and Indneys arc" sent brck through wove are .iltcmate layers ol concrete aud steel network to tbe Is' tun. my weatner all the aontU, tout In nopes it will be better naoctft. is'ot very many attended auEday on nccounr of.tee.cold nwtMr Mr. Carson, from Saskatchewan, ited our city last .week, fuect'of nis orotner and. sister, J. H. aatt Annie. A, Strawtiow and. tfie and Agnes nfer -R-ent to Hat to taSe in tne play "Otnello" laat (f life miserable. Down's Kidney Pills aro a specific for all kidr.ey troubles. They begin br expelling :iH the poisonous matter from A. K. WKITLA NEWS one ot our Wtiltla farm- d the States. veport Knox Church-Moling. Geo. S. Din- the delicate ers, just returned ,rom a trip through pleasant and enjoyable trip. e'earns' e wsd nararal. I NO MORE PUBLIC DRINKIN-G CUPS Concord, X. H., Jan. death Knefl of the public dnnkiag cup in Harapsliire was sounded today when the lower -branch of the Legis- lature, concurring: with the Senate passed a biH to civa fhp Board of common drirtfciBp cups in public 1 Kso. In Rdditloa lo merabraacs ond thtir action resular and Norib Dakota, tells us tne storma. down in that country are don. Wesley Kev. E. 5. Bishop; evening, Rev. T, P. Perry. _. vjr.t E E Mich- I a severe pain jn tho r irST. T _ enc- M L evoninr Geo S snxwl of my back. ben I would me it; J. fc. Lien tart reft for .jiocce jaw Bceuisd as if ray back would break. xaiirsday eventac last, ou a. H. F. Milbuni Co.. limited. TorontorOnt. If ordenng direct sptscify "Doaa save concert and ith. guile a of Every House- :fr in Lethbridge should phone a trial order to The Beside Fire Hall Let us show you why ;