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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Mai fli 11.1911. The Amiierola Mi:- the newest Phonograph The Annberola has the sweetness, clearness and faithful leproducing poM'ers that characterize all Edison instruments and, in addition, a case that is a m;isterpiece of the cabinetmaker's jllfloii fltiinrt�rit l(i'(;iinli'. Wf. I'dlson .\m!>('rn] Iti-fonis 0�liiy twlco Hi lunKi, rtiV". Kdincii tlrnri'I'/pprw Itfinnie, tfi'- tnJ52.5t'. Tlirre ai^ r.dUon tlcftlcrH fverywh^i". (;u lo me nrnr*Hit jiiid h�r Ihf KrllnQu PhonnKniph play i-oih IMis-m ^iftn'lard linn Amh^rol Kfcords. e vSportiti^ dloods Co, A12 ROUND ST. J. I). Hii^iHboiliain vV Co., lAiU THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Herbert Booth at Majestic Ivionday Night Uiirtv lei'tli pMiiiciPd by a ATiiirirciil ntihi. iXUii] in the iliuir wliili' niulcr ciieiorolonii A >:imil;ir doaili (icciincil lam wPHli. A Good Idea in Hair Treatment* Tlifi tro.,' >'..!. irosi wo'.i.m.s linlr i-i l)ial the;.' i\ rul'i 'dUi' r ht^ iini. to f,\> It prrip'fir ii e� tmi.-ii I. (f uju'. > .hi;- hail' ' \' tt,,1f hmU n\' l.i;i(rt; k:id i'iliMiiy. ;. uiuki i Voii i.anjjit' e\j)f>cM H' lialr if you : i;h'ii 11 ill llic inorni iiB -rl\e ii ;i 1:11' un tlic! outrr edB-i" with n hrusn-tlii'ow It Into K Iji-ttlji-- swiii'ji ii nr.I Lead--.lab tii a few imli- pins-li gn at lliur. lialr Is llkf aii.v ,. .sr:,)p If yuti have (In- tlin..- ^m,! uailiMice you won't need niiy iitri r v t � .nii* lint iiiOKt women haven't 'i'i,. nr-M h>'Br thing' Is Nyol'a Mli-s none, li is tlio I'esl tlilnii' offnred tti i.iU.. Him pInoB of hours of oohihinp :inil lir'.isliine II tonus up the root-s. IniKlii'is rulor, ImproveH tho tf-xtiii'e tmc' it slay jfraeefullv where U is |.'ii IT(r�utone literally revlinllzr-. i.dKlet.'tod hall'. �Your Nyal Drug'H'isI .n.-.Trn cmrnentlB Hlr.�utonp heoniifie 1;. In artistic bottles $l.iHi anrl BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS ill,- .nr.- ..r it. spKndiil foirilj I hi ouRh 1(1 llio -and let ,..... the iiul malo'S t THE LETTER BOX AN APPEAL IN BEHALF OF LACOMBE HOME : Kriiior of the lloriild: � ' Sir,-Yon know alretulv ilial this iliinip was ojn'iunl lasi Novi'nihPi' ai MirJniipoi'e for Ibii pooi' of all tlenoiu i Illations. \Vt! already hnvp a sood niimher ol jni'pliHn.s aiifl old pfoplo id hoili sexes. I Wo liavf many friends who'coinp to (^nconrngfi ns in our work ol charily, 'hill we retinii'i.' imiro than sympathy. I Tile t!.vp�naeH are heavy, it is a large liiiildiiiR 10 keep warm, and wo koep it vriy ooiiiforlnhle for onr paiiotiis. The ^o(i(l Si.-dorH, with all iholr good will and hard -work and econiitn\. will not hi' able lo face ilip heavy e.xnt.nses o! liiiR Home if Home good, rharilalile people do 1101 come lo llieir aid. X'iKiiors can ,>-'ee liiai our uaileiils art! well titken care n'. Tiiey are kept ('lean, get good hoaid. and are com- , tori ably dressed. ! Onr (lormilorles are large and airy, ; Willi good, clean lied� for each person. 'I'IiIk inaliiiiiion is ihe first of Us I kind in the Pi'ovince of Alherlu. and ' lunv Hiiieii people could do for thi.s I Home if they wonlil once gei interested in li. We hfivp a regular school ii'oiiducled hy an aide teacher. I 'riiereforc. my friend.-i, this instilu-Hon. if we are helped tu carry on our I noble work, will he an liomir, a .glory! 'lo Iho people of .Aiherta. They'^ik'ili he j I proud in future to see iliis Home re-i lieviiig Ihe poor aged people who may] hav(i seen many of their friends go to I ;ilie grave leaving lliem lo the mercy! of good chai'itahie women wlio de\o;e' jilieir lives to carp for the destitiiie! ;of liie society. Ornhann find in them, |niotlier3 to console anil euro for them,! j Ves, my genllenien friends, allow mi- \ lo siiggiHii. that you bum- every week, a small little sum on your cigars I'oi ! Ilic i^scombe Home. The ladies will; � hp glad and happy lo follow your c.v- | ample. I \oniig girls "ill spend ii-s.-. for daiu-lie.s and candies, and will icniemhci iihai there are many little ones: in the � Home who have lo 'le keui varm and cloilied and fed. By hel'iiiig ilii.-'. Home in your voiitli .voii will pi'ppare lor your fiiiure the blessings of ihe '' .'VImighty. I What is lo pi'event anyone of any denomination to make linen, cotton grocery, slocking siiowers'.' There arc HE SUFFERED Weil Known Merehint Of Sarnia Cired by "Freit-a-tiws" Rarnh, Ont., Hell, 1910. "I have been a sufferer for the past 25 years with Constipation, l;ulij;cstioii and' Catarrh of The Stoin-.f h. 1 triyd many remedies ami imi ly doctors but derived MO benefit whatever. Viually,,! read an advcrlisemenl of ''Kruit-actives". I df'ciueil to j^ive "Fr�il:-a-ti�e�" a trial and found they did exacliy what was rUiiucd for Uieni, I have i-i9.w taken "i'riiit-a-tive.'i" U>i' some motjihs and find that tTioy are the only remetly that doe?; me ^noi. J h�ve recommended "I'mit-a-livcs'' to a. great many of my friends and I cannot praise these Irifit tablets too highly" tAUIv J. JONI'S THE PASSING OF THE BIG RANCH t^aeanr is dead and uirued lo clay; The cattle king lias passed aivay, .Vnd now It is Hi' farmer has his day. One might also add. ".Vloreover, he has conic t-o stay.' Imi for the fear of some briiiul person remarking j "ihere's more truili iliaii poetry 111! that." Tlie'se .'dimple reflei;! ions are .'iiig-1 Rested by the news thai the Kugltsh ' stockholders of the .M'lertn ranch. Hie; I pioneer big r!inc!i o'' Pinchor Crnpk I district, Imsc MAJESTIC THEATRE W, B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE jM., BIOSCOPE LECTURE BY i I] Herbert Booth 'SSi^ MONDAY, MARCH 13th An enhancing story of The Eavly ChtisHafiS Admission 50c, Gallery 25c Thounands now use "Fruit-a-lives. Thousands more will tty I'ruit-a-tivcs" after rcadingHhe above letter. It proves, beyond the shaduvv of a doubt. th;i,t at last there is a cure for Constipation and Stpuiacli Troubles. i'T-'ruit-n-tives" is N;ilr.rc'- cure for tlie.?e diseases, being made of frtii'. juices and valuable tonics 50C. a bo.T, 6 for J?.50, trial size, 7^c. At dealers, or sent on reic-jpi of price by Fruit-a-tives I.imiteil. nit;r,v.i beings are not snhiTi lo ciiher liis-ease of the body or inim! or death ii-self. ..Vgain, if this mind or soul was iinmorial. If would .ic impossilile for It to be made unconscious, while wc do know withom u !-hiidoi\ of doubt, that if the brain ccll.s or gre\- matter ,01' the brain is iniured or suh.ieclcd 'lo pressure that unconsciousness r". suits, and we. are entirely ignorant of the Ippse pf time or whai iranspirea ... =,,,,,-,,. .,cic ,,,,jjj o,,. iinc'onsci'Misness. Now, 1 T^L,.T;!'\.�'..'^,I,'l!'.''''"'*'. cl-alm that this enilrely disproves ''' the Cardinal's,conieniion. and upholds and helping an institution of this kind, if people could and would Interest tliemsel^es with this noble work? Once more, let us call on your gen-'rosity, and the liberality of our gov-I rnmeni. Ii is not necessary !o lell nil Hull u! any liine you wisli to visit o'lr Home you will be welcome. Tliiiiik-you. kind friends, tor your paii lib-cralities towards our noble work, and ii'iisihig ibat mini\ kind a'ld ftPiierous liearis will find ibe means of lielping lue Lacombc Home. Wc wo.lid be \'eiy ph'ased to re-leivc com ribiiiioii.s of - ihal ihc .\lbcria liaucli . ' di'^iric'. uii-.l i's;ublisbed itself along the l)'.!iiks of l-'iiudier t'reek. ; some si.\ miles .sontbcasi of town which itnen consisted mainly of a general' store and a blacksmitii simp-or was' there'u blacksmith shoii" lu the' i W'aldron Rancli was fu'^;auiscd, and; )ooinmenced cattle raising land book-; keeping) on the north fork of the Old : Man and on the lower ranges of the, Porcupines. Xcxt in order is the big iCochrnne Kanch, belween Hie Belly' jand Waterton rivers, now a .Mormon | jseltlemenl. A little later, .Vlr. Hatfield,! I another large rancher, located on the : upper reaches .if ihc Waterton, and : built liiniself a line ranch house on ; i'.:nglish lines. Honorable ll-nry Boyle, now the Karl of Shannon, rciire-senliiig his family's inlerests in the .-Mb.'rra; I Flanch. lived witli ilic niaua w>.i!bi have overwlieli/icd .Mr. ,|.-,r was he iioi aiijicheil lo ilie vice .:;u;iged. and honor:'.l',ie. and. to use the '.crnaculsr. "as white a.-; ihey ma'vc 'cn>,' and ihey maxle 'em with prel'> fi(i' ri)mi:lc'cicns in ihosc e;irly day;. Hrthric was nuite p.: liis e.ise among Hie haute no de.'^se nf Ibe ivp.-'l. In-.iced ilial he did r.oi 'rc-ii them witli � jusi a iinge of ('ondecension is an- CARDINAL GIBBONS AND EDISON �lii'o'' of III Herald .-'i:. in ,'.'0!ii issue uf f'ebriiary !lc;'c i- ;i :e!i'.;ih> . 1 1,1 'in cells li-jve no .nieliigcui-.'. '.> lici'c. I would u.-ili. is be -.'ill "f .lu; :!';e!lig'.'U(-e'.' The I'l'iiliual W'e do know Ib.u a man has an in;clii.i'.em mind or I'uil." en ies which lie lu'lieipB in lie immoitni. an I'Jdison will- Si. riij! lire nroof>. b;ii wc lind lhai "uli 'lie single ii;iiUaiion li'oiu I',ml. nl'i.'ii in no v.a> iiroies Ilia cu;c'. he Kihiply adiises u;; in .;i uiy \l:ihcr's P.-.;.. ; ology. when be shn.ilil iKiii' ri'irri- I us 111 llie Hoi. Scri|i-lures, uhici' ire ihe oiil.i true source of the on-; !, uaiure and destiu.' iil man. a^- li: ;ollowing p,'is.-;a.:.;es fiuiu uUKUig.s; '. .i.iii'ils. plainly shows: !n vien.'si. .; ;", uc reud iliai mn'i u f torini'd .ii.ui; be tlust of li,,- ;jrnu]ui. anil liu.i n.. Lord lii-e:'.tlic(l iiiio lil-ni'.eca.;.-;i' v c read, in ilo- n,-; "rd cliapici and -I'li-i \p|';;e iiiiil ri.lhiwing \orses, ilrii ;lie l-yO|'(|� ill o'..- i'll- first parents fiom Kd-ill" I'll forth their lianiU ainl ai ic liic ncc .if life and life lor ei HOUSE BURNED AT COLERIDGE (;i>|i'i-idgi-, .March Ic-.\i an early hour Ibis m.iriiing u lii-c occurred in lb.' w. SI eiiil 111 llie iinvn which lo-:..||y des;royeil a residciicc owned liy iiili: - Mailb'. The b-iiliiing had been occii|iied as a residence for some nioiilbs pasi liy u iiev |\ m:ii'i'ied i or, pie, .Mr. and .Mi's, MsHc Paul himself in I, lowing reasons, vi..: [f our mind or i orinibiaiis. '.-.H, .-hapier. 1f,:h i cs-soul uci'c ,iu.iui,-;al, uov.- would ii be a,il; verse�. s,;id man xxai liossi.'c lor ii, i,, become ins-tne or i-reaicl .. li- soul, iioi an imiiioiii.l dHrariu.'d jnjiiir minds^:,.. immortal .soul, ;iu! ;' m ne is of ihe cnnl-. IV. , . 'M'ariin. P :' biforc closing liiis 1" ni.Sd-e.SSIIlJ*' llcadactlO.S Ner wc . s,un.' auemioii :o i!,.- iirue nil. I ;.r. 1 ii-ion of Ibe word soil if^as fmiiul ill 'he imh Psalm, vers.' 11. 'Hat 111 .^11-s. Ir. iliein be asbaiucd -.iid I ,,coiifouiui''I ii.ucilier ihai seek alici inv soul i Hi'adn.bes are largely the resnli ilisordeicd k;due>s. � -Mrs. HhII. .^I l-'lora rii.. a,iys, Isuffciid till- ,\eai's �iih headaciies of ja m.i- disires'iing naini'.'. They would I come .iii me suddenly, ami would last 'for ai a lime. These were .u.snari\ One for each everyday ailment reail.i .Mr. .Marche, nou .if Kdmonion. Owing to llie high wind prevailing at the lime iliere � as pi'acti:-jlly nolbing saved. Air. Maill" had an iiisnr.ince of $^ii() on llic biiililiiig with llie Canadian r''ir(- liisiirunci' Co. ol Winnipeg, bu: .Mr. .Marches furuiiUri- will be a total loss. Kori iinalely the wind, ai-I bough high, was blowing in a favor-;ible direciion. Hid it been from Hie north ii would hnve cleaned ont all ihc buildings on ilie siree' ini'liuling ;he lloiel ('iilcridge. liii- lai'gesi buildiiu', ill lOWll Our ucv. iiosi iiiaMci. Mr '-Icl.iiiigb hii, iius inirodiiceii niaii\ cbiiiiges in 'be iiiiiliiini; for ibe coiu'eniciic .u in.- I'uliiii siiic 1 ikiiig ii over from ; M I Mi-i-:u i'll I ii.-, iaii'n iiiin c lias ,11.11 :lie in..,! Hi:'il loii oi ;i iiumliei .u . pi...ii.iic loiK iioxc-' Who says ('oic I'lgp 1^ iicbinii I Ih- liini.i.' Ml i..ugiilni is a -,cr.\ iialnsiuKing and  ililigiiig ofli. la: and ni'. effons lo � 1 .iiiiMiod.'.ie lilt.- iifripli are ia' ca would leave lue unable m intend lo any house duties. .My back was weak and caused mo much P'.ifferinp lb rough the niglii. I had loiiored for ''ears, bul^ all o no avail, me and in.i condi-hcciiuiing 'Voisi Kidnc.' I'llls. 1)11.- No:liiiig bciiefiiied liuu \-..i.; .;,rn(lu:ill.\ i !' :i: ici; ..| P.oui h-; di-'/-:u-'.'. '.' llic a lomplcic ;iiid iasiing I lia\i' noi bad :i liciiduclie oi '! sill -c .lUd I fe.'! like ill 6' rov ii. " In I be ;i:!i'ii t'saim. vers.- Pi. he says '"i'o ilelivei lIleirSD'il fruiii death. In l-^/.el, id. 1m' .....1, w.i I'c.iil ilial "llie soul thai .�^iii nelh. ii ^luiil dif." In Plzekiei. :'L'nil. verses -7 we read of "souls being dv'voured and also destroved," anil in ;,leremiali 2iiil rhapier, verse ::i. we of ' so ;!..; having blood." .Ies;!.-Iiimself said short ly before his criicl-lixion. ".M;. siiiil is exceeding sorrow-; fill, eii'ii uiiio deatli." and w iiii'.;lii iiuole no i;^d of such passases ol sii'i))liii'e wbicb all prove coiulusive I.'.- that Ihc word soul uieaUB iieiniis endowed wiib life, whi-iher human .u of lb. liiwi'i orders of creiiion. .-iiul I mil ill, iiiiuiiii'ial .-ntiiy, Vmirs. ' JOIIV l: .M.I.AV l.c'i|.,i-.|.... �regal stiff as olllcial guide and Princess Louise's ov. n iiommau on ali their M'ips ibroiigb .New Hrimswick. his nu-live province. He was a prime ra\or-ile Willi Hie r-'rincess, from whom lie i rc,-ei',iii ,; gold waicu and au:ograph i photo Ol licr.teir. -.viiicli he cherishes j a; p:.iofs of Hie place he held in her; 'i-v'gaiil li wu... on otic of ihcse irips'- ihHi In- iiii'i Colonel Sir Francis de ________. � ^ovirnor genera 1. Englishman aii> lo him suggesled I Ue 'dea ol ; he , ,,,,.,,,,,,^ ^, i,;nii' wbi.b afterward malerialized. ,odav .'d".ssrs. .lones, Hrowu * Uobin- ^'.........' "'a"�.'i*'i- ^'"'i '"-Cgo,, n,,s rule tho blue striped add. il ibin of "Kather 01 the .Mbena ; overalls, and tho cold fact remains "ill" ''" !llie (-biiiii;e makes for prosperiiy. and As iiiloi iii Hie Aliiei'ii; Pan !i. \\r \. (j,-i-idedl,\ for ihe hesi CiPll. -hn-Acd as much skill in g;iidiug iijherds are pictnresiiue. Inn grain ihro'igh ;lie perils of hard winiers -is'sinclis mean wealth and popiilalion In j :....."I- ;-iio.ied as ii liowiu;in on tb'jii i.'oi'o. t t I.IIGRAPHIC BRIEFS ,h I li'.si .11. Pcurd o' I'liiic is on i.-I'ird a.' tjpj .ii-cd .o iccijirocii-. Till' iiilioAiiir; w;|; aci as a C.jn.-ilia lion Hoiiii 111 Ihc Noiili .'Vilan;;' .-u! neries dispiiH ni .Voneii. t' H. .-^liiaii .'.IcCawie, .-li.i ii 111 .III. Iliiut.iii H in II,III,.Id 1 c|.i c.-."iitii,_ Hie , ..imp.,.., nn(l| AI- \. ,\lclMllilu.1|l, 'iIk- lillll'-lS. Sicloiesa is tuualljr caused by the accumulation of waste matter and impurities writhin the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the bowels, thn kidneys, the lungs and the pores of the skin to throw off these impurities. TTiusthey prevent or cure dis-ettttf. i, 2.5c. a box. I Like rows of nantha lamps in an TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Wolves are nunieroua around Charlton, Ont. The ciiy of London has uegun a canvass for consninei's for 3,500 of tha 5,01)0 hp. secured from the Hydro-Klecii'ic CoramisBlon. There are 750 homes being lighted by Niagara power AncA- tenmle ihe Deeds and Days of ih^ tlood Old Times illumine the path ' Ihe has travelled and faintly light with 'their reflected glow the Trail of the il''uture, which Is already growing dim. uiul narrowing lo darkness and Obll\-i Hon. F. O. 11. 1 LETHBRIDGE SLOGANS .Monai i .luo! I .el biirid.^c 11 -'ir .-Seeing .loll pa IH-r made iiie i Ic i I- "I.eihlii'idge iii. 1.('l librUUe It IIM WHlll �! .Ms I' riil.l -ii.g.ii;. o! lb;. . Ill ei' liny. 1.- hcei" :iOO'l i-Oi'l ,)ll- . OIUi l-i;;b' I,ere ' 11. TAROLEMA CURES ECZEMA P S O R 1 A S 1 BARBERS ITCH ITCHING PUTS And -all gXTm skm Hinci. FOR SALE BY HKIKHOSS BOOK STORE ;