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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Saturday, February BLOOD WILL TELL II Massage, cosmetics and the like sometimes improve a good complexion and occasionally mitigate the badness of a bad one. But there is only one way to get that clear, satin skin, with the rosy tint of health glowing through, and that is by keeping the blood pure. Impure binnd will shmri ik'lf. It makes the sV.m Vmuddy" or sallow, with pimples, blackheads or boils breaking out. It takes away the clearness from the eye, coats the tongue, makes the breath bad. It saps the energies and brings on headaches. It is fatal to good health or to the "highest happiness or usefulness, Purifying the blood is simply a question of keeping the four great eliminating organs btnt'els, kidneys, the. pores of the skin and the good working order. These organs throw off all the worn-out tissue and other impurities which the blood is' continually gathering up throughout the body, and all the waste matter from the food. The failure of any or all of them to perform these functions should be remedied at once, and it can be, quickly and certainly, by ttfe use of Dr. Morse' IndUo Root Pills. One of the ingredients of these splendid Pills open up the pores of the skin, another regulates the bowels, a third gives and strength to the kidneys and a fourth clears the mucus membrane of the lungs ?o that the gaseous impurities in the blood cau pass freely through into the air. Thus whatever may be the cause of the impure blood, Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills remove it, and soon the veins are filled with pure, red, life-giving fluid. Then, and then, will you have a clear eye, a clean tongue, a sweet breath and a perfect complexion. Mr. Richard Wilson, of Middlesex Co., Ont., writes "For sometime I in a low and depressed condition. My appetite left uic and I soon began io suffer from indigestion. Quite a number of small sores and blotches formed all over my skin. I tried medicine for the blood and used many kinds of ointment, but without satisfactory results. What was wanted was a thorough cleansing of the blood. At last Morse's Indian Root Pills were brought to tny notice, and they are one of the most wonderful medicine I have ever known. My blood was purified in a very short time, sores healed up, my indigestion vanished. They always have a place iii my home and are looked npon as the family remedy." Fostered Often Turned Wrong Course By JOIN A. 1OWLAND. OltE time ago aa acquaintance of who finds pastime- ia looking a little into conditions, announced it ai his opinion that educational institutions, for the masses at do not go fir enough in work of equipping the young mac for MX occupation in the world. Why should not the schools, colleges and ertn itself. establish 'a commission which j examine the atvdent body on practical lines and give to the inimdual hides t tat opiaien u to the line of work for which he fitted? Thousands of young men fail, not htcmtt of incompetent bodies and brains, but because of mis- directed yairitimi They are the round pegs in square holes. a tVrMirH reasons could be adraaced to show how and why Purify the Blood For Sale Everywhere at 25c. per Box. 23 commission Inevitably would fail of suck a purpose. '.Under an absobiift moaajchy, where government asserted absolute ownership of its citum, might be carried out and fail. But under democratic goYsrniDent, whsre the imdrridual citizen is slow to yield Ha individuality in any degvss, even to the pmblk good, such a esnamission might sit for ten years witbomt an applicant mpon which to its constituted judgznsnt; sod after that Ions applicant had nctired this judgment, the chanees are tkai bctvwn hinself fiisftds the findings would bs diarsgazdsd. A fact too litfls rsfardsd to-day is that omr complex civilisation is as to dkeourage talent and geaiw as it before was discouraged. Whsn a young man his had four years work, he. is eligible far in a msdieml school of sianrlinf. After wbich, according to estimsis% it will cost him k> 10 his mescal degree. Do jwi see vfem the scheme of my tnsjod wwW fafl in this ia- sUnos? Suppose that in the grammar grades el a public seheoi some boy were discovered who showed unsnieUkahle eridkoew of gsdns in snr- gery. What would it area! feat hoy if he wen one fcmr or fire chil- dren in a family of a father who drew a salary of a week? These are a hundred chances to one that instead of erer be- coming a noted surgeon, that boy will gravitate from the eighth grade in grammar school to the position ef driTCT for a grocer's wagon. Follow your bent if you can I Take no one not ten negatrrea for final answer But if, in the face of the inevitable, you are forced to accept the next best thing, honest earnestness most bring its COALDALE IN 1920. From the Greater Lethbridge Feb. 15th., 192Q. Crest addition to Greater. .Lethbridge. j it is thought that .Mr. Crest made a DailyM great mistake in sell-ing this prop- Urty for the small sum of per acre- Mr. aud Mrs. George Helghes tookj Mr. and -Mrs. Bert Sinclair, with 'trolley car for Taber this .morning and i their two children, returned this morn will likely return this evening by air-; ing over the .Montana. Taber and Ed- monton line. They expect to remain Mr. a.. A. Suggitt sold two Jots this! here for several days, looking after morning on Turner avenue, for a con-! their interests in the city. He ex- sideration of The site Is j pects to enlarge his wholesale estab- supposed to' be for the of a! lisnraent. and in new of this has pur-, private bank to be operated chased the property joining the Seit-'on a estra. but the benefit BA1US 91CISON At the end of. a winding and dimbiBg red road, an old ltd brick BOOK ding te the Allegheny mountains. A sear of red against the was Chestnut Crag. The hams ben had a dif- ferent flarcr; the had a peeofcr fragmnce; ths musty oid library bare existed nowhere save in "Virginia. In the Sinclairs lived only ten miles from the TTniYeraity of "Virginia; and home of Thomas Jefferson, was on their road to town. The quaint, boose had got an absent-minded start Iti builder prorided parlors and rthring room, library and gnett chain- forgot a "Oh, bt nid, "it doMn't cut off a piece of the hall and a corner of tht library." Tto he and ran a tort of siepladder to the upper floor. Xrer since that day people in Chestnut Cng been and faing things. In the boswn of the family they cail the MVceea." At one end of the colonial dining room is an aleore for Two Weeks Commencing New Play Every Night Burt Imsen and Dramatic Co. opening in BURT IMSEN The Parisi e ransian (La Belle Marie) 25c, 50c, 75c Box Seats Seats on Sale at the Red Cross Drug Store incess Some of tlie Repertoire Black Hand Battle of Life Under Two Flags The Reel Dagger Solomon Isaacs Jane Eyre Cowboy's Romance The Black Sheep IRENE IMSEN HOOT MON! The Scottish Highlanders LYCEUM Don't Miss The Scotch Comedians A NIGHT OF Musk Song and Comedy 2 NIGHTS, FRIDAY and SATURDAY February 25th and PRICES 25c, 50c and 75c Seats on Sale at the Arcade ;