Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
February THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HURALD Investment fact No, 5 WANT PUBUC TO KNOW ALL Anxious jo Inform Them on MitmuilTrain- Page SCHOOL BOARD group INFALLItLC FOR ECZEMA RMIMVCS and Rtdffwc NEED A NEW ISOLATION HOSPITAL In its of Nov. 18, 1910, the! Vancouver Province gives the follow-1 Ing facts: "TlieU is one ol' the old ino' mines, or mines, oi' ihe Kootenay. F o u r y e a v.s a g o t-li e p ro perty was tiiken over Thomas (lough, J. P. S e d I) e r g a u d K. E. G u i 1 le, all well -known men. They have devol-i od four years to develop-i ing the property, out ore, and and houscholrl scicnce i classes and eretting a building for the Health Committee Also j TlllllkS a Detention My wife wus troubled for three yearn Tc with Kczcma on the which made J1W1HC Ih of which had any effect. He also advised her to wear rubber gloves (she wore out three I persuaded her, as ft resort, to lowing recommendations 10 the city, council: (1) That the city handle thtj garuage system themselves, as we PROVE PSYCHINE (PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN) With a 50c. bottle free from your Druggist It's not so long ago that tis doctors They're for the hundreds We will undoubtedly buy and dlitrt- bled a mail to malce him strong. of thousands that Psychine has cured bute in this manner, hundreds of thou- t since tbit time. sands of these 50-cent bottlsr ofPty- z cold aud. starve a mllea behind our knowledge IMCAUM o! tbew herbs that we r of curative science, yet our fathers bare huadrtdi of thousands gain- cures that Psychint has made. Vou may not know It, but to-dar And it's because of these very aame here are just as Ineffective methods herbs that we will buy within the A confidence that has been.baied on" f cure being preached and practised. next'twelve months hundreds of thou- ous- SO years' experience with "this. fiands of 50-cent bottles of Psychine splendid preparation, with a full know- All because moat people do not know and live away free to whomso- ledge of the hundreds of thousands ot is real caiisn of disease. evcr >emjs U3 coupon in this an- cures it has made. are two kinds of corpuicles in councement. Now if you to relieve or pre- imrt the system at present to be very try "Kruit-a-tivcs." The effect was mar- I HIA at vollous. Her hands arc now cured. We bflth attribute our present good unfiatiaiactory in every respect. health to "Fruit-a-liveH." ,2, N. JOTTBERT. Schools Across River Tin1 public school board at its regu lar tnonthl.y inert ing last night, got throng a lot of business, mostly of tin- routine character. The chief (Us- complexions to the healing That the night soil can be hand- led more sanitary and with better re- Eczema, Rash, Pimples, Itching, Burn-: ing Skin, are always caused by impure I" view of the fact that our blood, due to Constipation, In- _ Isolation hospital is not adequate for digestion Troubii.-. I lflfc needs of 'a city of this size that is a positive cure for you procure another site and building all such troubles. T near vicinity (4) That the council take the ne- jcussion arose the floptli and extent of j j j tlie OrO bodies, Mr. tho manual training di- fldclitiwis behisi'also nuulojrccior of thc (-'aigary schools visit ,r i iii ,1 tthc'citv to give the- board advice on to the plant. All tins time j mauer. Flc lldvlsifil crcctlng R tllC mill lltlR mil 011 on tin- board's property the establishing of properties of these wonderful fruit juice cessary steps to build a house of de- tention for the neglected children 50c a box, 6 for 12.50; trial size, 25e. jbe At dealers or from Limited, _ Ottawa. i handle the garbage question we recommend the purchase of the fol- lowing: Four can horses and four sets i and white. f he red corpuscle! contain nutrition. vent any. of the in this list .0 wfclto destroy disease Sf-nd ln tnat La if for any cause the white corpuscles depleted md are not sufficiently '.rang to destroy the germs of disease, aec diiesue controli the body. That's the cause of disease, Years ago certain hefbi were found :o cure disease. They didn't know how or why in days, they do to-day. Sort Throat Female WtakneM BrOncbUlCoughj Lunjfi Voice Spring Woftknaw Eartjr CaUrrh of COUPON No 54 To' the Dr. T. A> SLOCUM. 193- J95 Ave., Toronto Poor Appetite i nnd Nervous Troubles of Pleurisy, Pneumonia and Obstinate Conghs laryngitis Now, we don't ask you to take our school at a cost nf And it's, because these build up word for the tremendously beneficial .he white corpuscles. These herbi are contained In harness: four scavenger dump carts! the Fleetwood Schools Were Kept Warm UghC flanltary' a'ld hlring men. Supervisor Hamilton, in reporting The burning grounds for garbage t Ol'P 'ivul in d- acrosii Ave- lhe on tlie heating of the schools dining etc.. at present are not satisfactory i iV school. Ai iho rc-qui-st of Chairman rcccnL cold spell, said some very being on the west side ot the city and (11 tlOH tllC bulllOU tlim- Flpptwood prepared sketch plans nice things about the janitor. Ire re- 5n such a prominent place, and to fac-j apparatus: Five fire alarm boxes public all possihlc information on the got around earlier in the f subject, 'although it is' thought Uiat The .Courtland Street school was tlip large majority are already in iav-j quite satisfactory. or of starting these classes. Anticipating the establishing of a manual training school, Heatoit Personal Mention Thos. H. Woolforu" leaves, this week to address farmers institute meetings' j at Lacomhe and vicinity. i Announcements are but from, the of- ficer commanding the "C" squadron t 'of the 23rd Alberta N. i Brown, for a grand ball qn" Feb. 17..-. I holds the office at Hill Spring. was the wards of the. Alberta Stake have j wngairy'drill ,_ied that due encouragement will bovs at t-he ball. Flowpr Show Grant Thc bonrd matie R of S13 itsk- Ald. Frayne Health that the report did not mean' that the council should of horses for No. 2 station: three Aetna on -Jan. 22, at Leavitt on Jan. proceed to instai an incinerator, as additional men: feet of hose: 29 and Cardston on Reports Th? Edmonton Club will erect placing another garbage ground might two small hand chemicals: two control show that the church is making pro-' adJilion. be -i surf ice. ling branch pipes: -one large smoke' for to supply set'ds for the annual Aid. Tilley expressed the hope thai helmet; one cellar nozzle. They also' seta in an application for a- position flower show. Thc matter of prizes was tney would not-, have any more like -recommend that an electrically operat- as instructor. His letter was filed, -left over hut will likely be in the na- the present one, and commented on ed valve'be installed on Baroness road The Schools Across the River of bulbs for the pupils to grow .the way ihe prevailing west ivinds 'o control the pressure of the A. R. Another mutter which has become' :IuriRS the winter for a spring show, j carry the disagreeable odors up intc 1- case of fire; that r. bylaw be -It WPS decided In clean thc kindercar- city. j passed forbidding any person or per- n mot.ffr nrtll- 'I UCLIULli H.1 1-lLrtll Liiv j r school at Raster and to put a- A5d- Oliver thought it would not be E0ns from usin? l.he hydrants otbej fountain there. Heavy blinds Possible to get a better one. and the than in tne fire and waterworks de- will be'put on the High school win- generally blew the odors ovei that the salary of Chieil the Rt.-Kon. Lord Ayl- mcr, late Inspector-General of the Can- adian Militia, Queen's Bay, B. C.; J. P. Mine Owner, Nelson, B. C.: almost a routine matter now, was that of the formation of the school districts across the river. The board had a lelier from the department ivakiug a suggestion" that did not at uows prevent thf cross lights students. Truant Oificer A letter from ihe secretary of thc the top of tho city, there not being- Kilkenny be increased from ?1500 tc many days when it was noticeable. per annum, beginning January Aid. Goode opposed having an incin-'lst- eraior, as they had not proved satis- v'ew favor with which factory in other cities. the auto system of fighting fire has Aid. Frayne held that another nuis- Deen received -by the members of tbe part of thc land across thc river in ttiu Lcihbritlgc district, but in such Thos. Gough. Mine Manager, NelsonJa Uuit the children living there B. C-; E. E. Guillc'. Stamp Mill Man-i to cross the twn CUy was thc board nl ance ground should be placed handy counicl, who visited Great Falls re- N'slson. D. C Bealby, Fruit! nnv fl'5tiicts to reach their school its duty a truant officer. to Xonh Lethbridge. as it was not cently, we would recommend that this in Lfthbriiige. Tiu: board expressed The laid on the table until''good thing to haul all the refuse fae taken into consideration when con- trie next netting and an application through the city to the present ground s'dering the eariv part of this report, from Harding for thc, position .To this ai] the other members agreed committee would prefer to have was Thc sites and buildings i The discussion turned to the matter this dealt with by the full council ra- were delegated to look in-'of extending'the sewer system and tncr than to come through a recom- to claims of Ellis and compelling property owners to con dissatisfaction with thc action of the commissioner who down to see aliinit tin- but did noi- inter- view il-.c Uetlibridgc board at all. l- let'twood said thai he had Grower. Nciscn, B. C.: W. Colpman. capiiaiiat, Vancouver: E. B. McDcrmid, finr.ncial agent. Vancouver, Tho proyosition of ihis company is .unusual :hat merits and is re- fcivint thc closest investigation of thoughtful invcsrorp. A .proven mine with a splendid future, seldom gives investors in cpjiortunSry of pcttiiig any portion oi' ita capital E'tock. The onportumty to do so in This CiiHo onh jirisns because l.lje former c's owners, hampered by cap- u% a from thc su'.rt. unable to carry out an adequate program of snuipinen'. and decided to parl with a fillare of their proponrv in order 10 the Iclter of Drc- I6' haa provlde capital for operation on hccn acsnowlcrlscd and adding thar larger scalo. WRWICK GAZETE shoving all the latest, and wonderful happenings all over tie world. This feature will be given every week and will form a complete history of the world in moving pictures. COMEDY in plenty Ail thc members of the board were present. sdrti Hcpuiy Minister McKcnzie ai We- C'onnc.y for compensation for plans ijiskiwin last wcc-k the deputy lias they prepared for the board, also his dis.sati.sfacliou with tho action of ?he commissioner. Hr in.send him (town again if! Ihf Lcihbridgc board would send in :i Edmonton has increased the salaries id hr would see '-o ii. that o' its electric light department, wat- -M" ail panics con- cr woiUs department and telephone de- corned 10 sctth- the matter. The pertinent supcrintrndents from hoard, therefore, instniclcd thc S2.400 a year; the deputy, rcpsi mendation from the committee. In j nect tlieJr houses with It. Aid. Olivet casft 5t was decide-' to purchase the! they were extending the system St would noi be necessury ro as fast as possible, bin it had been Plircliase tna extra team of horses call- found impracticable to compel people eti for "ln tne carlr Part re- 'i to put in sewers. Many could not af- MAJESTIC THEATRE 1'10 not consent to ar.v Hampered as they wcro in 1909 they i of lhc Iilllri of tlie district across made: a profit ir. 8 months totrivcr ljrjnP unless n were 10 per ccni.. on thc entirs capital srock oi" the present company. The slock is jns-1 pharos bt'.inp of nsr value of SI.00. The final issue of shares Iny placed. A fuil> ill nil The is now pa reived an prospccr.us may bt! hud by addressing Dept. "M." Investors-7 Trust and Mort- gage Limited 134 HASTINGS STREET WEST VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA X. you have friends ;n N'elsor. tucj- v.ro'oably bo glad to tell about this property. Investmcni Fret No. 6 Appears Feb. 11 Got Debenture Money uc.-jsurer's staicment past month he had ro and accrued interest amounting to being the pro- cec.is of the debentures is- suni for the KU-e.iwpod school. The, us'.'al expenditures had heen made to and the r.oarrf has a credit Valance at thc bank of S30.1V, 57 Atuwlance Very Light Owing to the very severe weather the at tendance during .January was ford it. Mayor Adams told further of the committee also recommend that. a site for an additional tire hall be j council's efforts in this direction. The i Purchased in the Eouth-east parl oi report was adopted. STARTED TO DRINK DIED IN BAR-ROOM Her Fact and Body Wtrt Utterly Covered With "BOILS." Burdock Blood Bitten Cured Thorn. Mre. John K. King, JohnBton, Jl B., summer I much pocket a loving message from his wifr of a horse 'n a department the city; that the old fire engine lie repaired, so that it may be available for pumping out collars, etc., thus sav- ing engine. In discussing the report, Aid. Tilley who is chairman of the spoke of the saving of men and horses byjiavfng thc auto wagon. One wagon means a saving of .four horeep and as i many men. Aid. Oliver believed that I a mistake had been made in getting W. B. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 646. GEORGE H. SUMMERS AND BIG STOCK COMPANY TO-NIGHT "THE PRIVATE SECRETARY" Splendid Vaudeville Between Acts Prices, Evening 75c, 25c Matinee N MATINEE SATURDAY After Receiving a Letter tho wfls puchased l 0 Joat the Mayor held that it could From Wife and Child in England HanjiHou. Fen. in his be: used from N'o. 3 station, which v.-ould FOon have to be established in thc south-eset part of the city. Tho of an auto wapon is calculated to be at least three times the life of useful- wish boils, and my face and in 'England and a letter printed in bo ;.y were literally covered with them. A friend me to take Burdock saying how'glad she was Bhod Bitters. T got three bottles, and dsddy had not drunk any thine; before I hod taken nil thc first one my yrar and hoping he would never drink- boils began to go away. I had just taken again. Edward Thomas went from the. vcry light, thc percentage of attrnd- out of the last one when they post office in Dunrias to the Osborn ancc being only 11.-1. tlie junior class- Gll disappeared. My husband HM also bar and drir.kinc vcstcrdav cs bcinj; particularly low. With regard to a rhildish characters bv one of his chil- Sfat5on' 5t that, it roitld he lioujrht cheap- rr now then af other Mmc, anr] Mayor Adams that it. bp used for a public until it is needed for a fire hall. her This j piis were onrolif-d and S hart removed, In reporting on the attendance Su- pervisor Hami'non sairl that the srrall p was duf not onlv lhc EIGHTEEN SMALLPOX CASES AT MONCTON j Moncion, N. B., Feb. an-i 23 new pu used Burdock Blood Bitters with much trrnoon. As he raised a glass to his lips h? fell Backwards. George Boils in tbeauelves are Tiot a dunger-: ardson. whom he boarded, and otner new smallpox case developed! ous tronble, but still, at the same time., another friend, helped him but last night, making eighteen patients i tire very painful. They are caused en- j -when they reached his place thev ir. ail. Thc quarantine regulations It I cold weather, -but also to an epidemic tircly hy bad blood, and to get rid of That they xvrre rarryir.e a Is stated are not strictly observed, the j of ?nd bad colds.. j them it is necessary lo put thc blood in 1 corpsr. Thomas was 45 years old an.1 mild type of thc disease rendering it I On thc wonimcRtlasion of Cliair- j good condition, ami for this purpose j worked for the Valley City Seating panicularly difficult to enforce the! nun Stewart of the siles and j there is nothing to equal that old and Company. He Ifi'l his wife and thrcr! It is feared that a further spread i comniirtce. Bros. A- j reme-ly. Burdock Rloofl Bitterf. children in England, when he came of the ep5d-2mic is almost certain. AJ were, authorized to install improve- Manufactured or.K- by The T. Mtibum j -tore three years ago. An inquest j sensra.1 vacclnatlns oT school childrec j s to the clrctrir svslf.fi .n Co.. Toronto, Orit. i >vill bi- hell. thns been ordered. I VICTORIA MANSIONS LETT-IB KIDGE. TEE FINEST APABTMENT- BUILDING IIS7 ALBERTA. SELECT- FASHIONABLE- MODERN DECORATED FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE. SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS. MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE, SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PER. MO. SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO. INCLUDING USD ROOM. DRAWING ROOM, PRIVATE BATH ROOM. STEAM HEAT. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPING FLATS FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS For Reservations apply at Mansions from 3 FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. to 5 p. m.