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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January TTTF; T JFTTTBBI DAILY HFK Ptge 5 iestic W. B. SHERMAN, Mgr, Phone 040 Direct from the Empire Theatre, Calgary Pantase's Great Acts Thursday and Friday, January 19 and 20 MATINEE ON FRIDAY SIX Comediani. THE Jugalen.' THE Rl'cci'S SAXOPHONE act. MR. AND MRS. HAP Artitti; HARRY Artirt And other high class 75c, 50c, 35c FRIDAY 25c Gallery 25c Children 10c TWO DEATHS IN THE CITY Mother bf Local Barrister Dies at Advanced Age After ah illness .extending over aear- dred NOTHING ABOUT WEYBURNL1NE Wm. Whyte Doesn't Say What New Lines Are 'To Be Built Montreal, Jan. William Whyte, Vice-President of the Canadian ..Pacific.'Railway.in the west, conclud- ed'his negotiations with Sir Thomas as to Toilet and Medicinal Preparations Are Compounded by Expert Chemists Who Your ly'a.year, Mrs. .Helen Tickner this morning at the home of William Mercer, at the shaughuessy today as to the appro- age of sixty-four. Of a family of sev-j tions'for general improvements in the en children, five are living in .Leth- west during the coming year. Mr.! bridge.'.they are Mrs. L. Ford, Mrs. that there would be 380; W. Thos. Mills, Mrs.-A. miles of new track and 108 miles of J Dartlett and E; J. Tickner. The track .laid within the next) er two children, a son and a daugh-; twelve months. The new heavy en-j ter, are living Green Street, Ken-, jines being installed by the OPENING England, the former home of the de- ceased. The funeral will be held tomorrow (Thursday) at three o'clock in the afternoon, Rev. C. H. Popham being the t clergy man in charge of the- cere- mony. Dtath of Mrs. Church morning the toot ol'Elizabeth Church.'mother of Church, of Conybearc, Church Mc- Arthur, barrister, and widow of the 'late 'Joha Church, of Toronto, at the home of her sotKon Brunton St: Mrs. Church has been ill for of 'months and death was not unex- pected, especially as she was' four rears of age. Previous to com- ing' to Lethbridge to Live, Mrs. Ihurch was a of Toronto for ver twenty-five years. Mr. H. W.' Jh'urbh is the only surviving company are responsible for much of the side tracks. NpfMIYTO BOARD OF TRADE your physician gives you a prescription you would scarcely risk, having'it compounded by a grocer or a bakeri even if you were sure they, had the right drugs. You insist on your druggist's skilful dispensing. If you did not protect yourself in this way the laws of the country would protect you, for they 'demand that prescriptions be dispensed by physicians or qualified druggists only. f Is it not equally important to know that the house- hold reuiedies, such as laxatives, cougli syrups and tonics, and the tottc-t preparations such as tooth paste, which you use so frequently, are also compounded by expert chemists? When you use NA-DRU-CO medicinal or toilet preparation! you have the guarantee of one 'of Ike largest wholesale drug Crms in the world, the National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited, that each one has been compounded by expert This is NA-DRU-CO Liquorice Linioed, mad Couck Syn.p, Cod Liver Oil Compound and everything else on the NA-DRU-CO list are pre-eminently better than mixtures at present flooding the market. They tire compounded by men wbo Some N A NA-DRU-CO Formulae, Cornpounding Are -Your own druggist could cot be more careful or'! more accurate in compounding oneof your physician1! prescriptions than .are our chemists'io compounding tyery NA-DRJCi-CO preparation. Add to this the that'only the best purett that money can buy are used in NA-DRU-CO articles, and that each NA-DRU-CO formula has been thoroufUy tMteJ in actual use, and you have the solid grounds for the implicit confidence you to feel m !sTA-DRU-CQ preparations. 7j" We are prepared to furoith to druggist in Canada, on a full Hat' of UM ingredients in any NA-DRU-CO article. Ask, thcst men, who-are men of standing in your community, and best qualified to tell you, all about NA-DRU-CO preparations.'. If any NA-DRJJ-CO article you buy: prove entirely satisfactory return it to your He has our authority to refund tke fill and charge it to us. v You can get any NA-DRU-CO preparation' where in Canada, for if your druggut should not have it in stock he can it wiUiia two front nearest wholesale branch.' r FIREMAN'S WORK SAVED CHILDREN Jttthgnamton, N. Jan. prompt work .by firemen1 and attend- ants of tneSusquehanna Valley home is thought to have saved the lives "of all of the 155 children inmates when lire broke out in the boiler room oi the 'dormitory 'building at five this morning. All the children are not j'et'accounted for is possible some may nav'e suffocated. P'erkics, of Port Hope, was using an adze, when it slipped and nearly cut oft his big toe. f statements, ".was to hamper or in any way interfere with the board of trade. the other hand our. ob- ject the board ot trade, and-the; city-council into closer more harmonious relations." Their policy set forth in the reso Ititioh.passed, .they Mayor; Adams and the rest of the to the Herald yes-. te'rday afternoon at the close.of their afternoon meeting declared themselves "as. surprised and sorry that so many j members of the Board of Trade had liken .umbrage-at the council's pro-! pbsals in regard to-the board as de-j cided on .at the Monday night ir.ee t- .idea we had in .bur of the family. Funeral arrangements ;was of their have" not yet-been completed. f iMWtEREST IN LEAGUE DEBATE The debate on Friday night' in the auditorium between repre- sentatives of Medicine Hat and .Leth- bridge. is the first "debate of the year! to be held in Lethbridge and is a part' of the Educational work of the Y.M Club is.a. unit in the-Alberta Debating League. The subject is: .Resolved, that the-Republican system of government as "existing in the .United States is preferable to the monarchical system as existing, in Great Britain and The Lethbridge debaters will hare compete with the fowfer TabUta Carfaofcc LutatiTM OU Compound. Pik MARK APPtAM ON OUK National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited Halifax, St. John, hw Kingiton, Nelioa, Vancouver, London, Victoria. WHITLA NEWS have no "other-.effect than to bring the two'bodies into closer touch and they, ridiculed the 'suggestion that'-it had been passed without mature consider- ation, or that there was a possibility of being rescinded or mo- dified in anv wavv Whitla has with and 1 rible snow-storm and cold.weather the past week. Miss Ethel Poare entertained a.-fcw could Her.friends at cards a evenings and all. report having spe'nt a very; en-" joyable evening. Robt. Lauson had the: misfortune to .YETWObD BRIEFS oy Woodworth'as ago, THE HERALD JOB Your Headquarters for 1910 Financial Statements and Auditors' Reports, and for 1911 Booklets, Folders, An- nouncements, Circulars, Blotters, etc. THE HERALD IOBDEPT. Particular Printing For Particular People Invitations were out for a at. A. on account" of visit with his 'lather, the inclement weather only a few lose one of his horses "last .week-. where spent Quite a number of the j'omiE.peoplc I his- parents! -Roy; of Whit-la are planning the.'ahack, don't look ;'good -to the masquerade" dance at Winniired, -The'annual E. P. :Helgerson 'lelt Whitla for Landa, North .Dakota, for-a.: short were able to attend; Jani N. Gray, secretary. .-The Bailey .-The re-elected .without opposition. .-iiV DOCTOR PPECTS SCHOOL CHILDREN OIL .account of the stormy weather j Board. nevertheless.; last were'uorservices in }0{ high-grade The Misses: Lillian our church." it prudent to-'em'pioy-j down'from Lethbridge''to T Word has been-received from, Mr. teacher.; Mrs.yiola; Gray iwas" masquerade dance at Sev- Hey ten's: he arrived at ".BclKium, to teach :an'-uVvccrtain: period. en Persons- Friday last, and. made a visit at the liorac 6t parents over'Sunday. .Miss .Skitch, of High. River, our former spent New Year's week also 'about- the'2ath of December, and'en- their joyed a.very pleasant trip over {waterV. f; Mrs. ITeytens last week to" receive nient. lhe duced salary. This, without a- do met the appro v'a.ol fa'tft- ,-v j payers." The secretary's" went district to he in" :ceivc" medical" "treat- Elbeft-Hanks' purchased'11 a .valuable the medical officer, ap- M-edic'me the Rubiic.. school this morning started making a thor- chil- dren attending the-schools, large number of iorins in shape which when filled out will have a tund information available for reference. _ This morning Camphfill inspect- ed fifteen children in Miss Batt's E. H-.- Bcguin spent Sunday in Bow cow.from Robert week. Monday bY Mc_ Earl Gillett .attended Young Men's Club, the Calgary Y.M.. C.A. and .the Calgary Young Men's ouSh Inedical ito Club." Tte northern half of the proTince will, hold similar debates and the .or- ganization at the close of the debates having the highest percentage will be the winner of the Bennett cup given of Medicine Hat. services here last Sunday.. by Mr.R. B. Be-nctt, K.C., ot Cal- gary. Considerable interest is being -taken in the first debate as both teams are splendid debaters. Everyone interest- ed in this icind of worx should be pres ent to encourage the speakers. Frequent debates will ie held in "the" association building so that every- one interested in debating can take H. C. McDanicls gaye a New Year's! The' C.P.R- contemplate the biiild- j dinner .to a few friends. ing of anew sta-tio'n-at Whitla. in the He has a R0aili 0[ the'southwest, made near future., .Whitla a pleasant visit on' Friday and. Mr. Forrest-and Mr. Henning, of the j 01 changed his post office irom 'Bow Massey-I-Iarris machine Co., 'made standing. Olc I Jammer has attack of typhoid His ;cHildreiiv are now sick with the The merry makers stay indoors which causes the "tirhesT i to be dull. room. Nurse Holmes of the Nursing Mission, is assisting him and th'e teachers in the rooms will take the.records as the doctor gives the inspection is completed, notices will be sent- 'the parents tell- ing them of the physical condition pf f this sa s Wnitla Whitla a visit last week. Ther were Qod with the. progress" oi aough The Misses Richardson entertained -Whitla. cards on Mon- J. B. Fort has been on list for the past two weeks. I Fred Schmelzer is contemplating the There was a given at the.; Mover home on: Friday evening. A very pleasant time-is reported. card parties nmg a place on one of tbe teams rep- resenting the League.- j The debate on Friday night will be-: gin .at eight o'clock. Hon. W. A. Bu- chanan will occupy the chair and the judges will be S. S. Dunham, S. J. Shepherd and D. A. McKcrricher. They will grade the debaters on a basis of 40 and 60 per cent, for de- livery and material presented. The admission will be 25 cents. their children. The examination is very thorough, including as ifc does, height, weight, cleanliness, vision, j two weeks. J. Si Licrhart