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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MARCH IB, I91(i THE LETIIBRIDGE WEEKLY HKWA^-n PAGE FrVB OROGNSOLOIERSINIEX-iNim W IM SM AGAIN ON BIG WLE AT CAROSTON KEEP LIR AGIE EOINTON STAR A NEAR R Police Have Bad Time in duelling Disturbance-Fire Revolver Shots in Air NOT BE RIEO Be Rlieertiil! Clean lip inKiilo tonight and feel fliio, Tiiki' Cascareta to liven your llvor and r,lcn\ti the Ijow-ela and atop lica(laclin�, a bad cold, Edmonton, Wmch K!.-Some Bold-lei'K of foreign' extraction, noticeably drunk, Htartod u riot on the corner of .luHper and Klnlstliio uvcnncH lust WedncEday niglil, wliicli ended in nine (if the ring leaderH bolnK taken to the cells by tho city police, after a Imrd light with u crowd of civilians and HoidiorH, numbering abont iM. The trouble Htnrtod at about n Wlnniiiog, March l(i.--Slr llodmond Hoblln, George li. Caldwell and Jas. . in a prollt of over $;;no. S. Ilowdeu will not bo tried at the preBont asHfzes on the chargCH of coiiaplraey to defraud the province, on which they were committed trial several monthH ago. J. li. Coyne, one of tho Crown'H coutiHel, has conveyed this intimation to A. J. /Vndrews, K.G., counsel for HIr llodmond Hoblln, in a letter in which lie nays: "In view of preHent circumstances the crown has concluded it is proper that this case should not proceed at the present assizes. Before tho next summer resort Curdston, Alarch 15.-Friday, the 17tli of .March. Is the anniversary of the h. I). 8. relief societies. In lieu of tho regular free bunyuet the members of the local organizations will meet at tlie aBsembly hnll and sew for the Red Cross and Helglan Ilelief. The school board hna decided to in-iital electric beils In the new school, and will be placed as follows: Outdoor call bell, indoor /Ire alarm, bells for the corridors, olllce and basement, Tho building will be ready for occn-panc> by the commencement of the ;. I'all term. ; liaising seed grain for the market '� is very profitable, according to Frank I .May, a prominent farmer of the Card-iston district. Last year his timothy i JJu'^pq' I crop on fonr acre.s realized SOOO lbs. L,,, ,* ''�""'"""'^ Of seed, which at 8c per_po,md brought j^n ot'goThe'I-r.vIlTc: WITH "CflSCAREIS" BEST WHEN BILIOUS, SICK HEAD-ACHY, CONSTIPATED, OR FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH VISIT 10 FERN Fornht, iMaroh i'>, fSpecial to the Herald)-Commissioner Sowton, of tlie .Salvation Army, was In town yesterday and last night the Salvation oarracks was filled to Hie doors and standing room was at a premium. Mayor Uphill occupied the chair and the platform was occupied by many prnmlnent citizens, Chief Ilrown being one of the many who spoke briefly. Conimissionnr .Sowton is a moat in- blllousness, "offensive brcatli, coated Uereating speaker, being equipped tongue, sallownesa, sour stomach and j with a personal cvporlence in the gases. Tonight take Casc.'aretf, and ' Army service stretching back for ctu enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and years and extending almost over the bowel cleansing you ever experienced [ i?lobe. Ills lirst work In the Army Wake up feeling grand-Kverybody'.s'Aas in the Scandinavian countries, doing it. Cascareta laxative for j Vhen to India, and for several years children also.-Advertisenient. lie was stationed in New York and ____.......________________________ _ _ Cliicago In the States. Uolng a ploas- ..-z. r . w. rr.-I j^jjj. g|,(,.ji5p,._ hp {iiu attention of quantity was contracted for at a local bis large audience tor every moment drug store-1000 ounces at $1.00 per.of his address. New Coal Mine Local capitaliKta are developing a for coal mine at Bcazer, southwest of Cardston. The vein struck is lli'/a feet in width and runs through tlio j entire (juarter section. The coal Is | The wholesale price at pres-The destruc-phcrs will commence immediately, and it Is expected that a scarcity will be noticeable in the very near future. C. P. R. PLANNING TO COLONIZE SOLDIERS AFTER THE WAR Alontreal, Jlarcli 15.-Tlie C, I'. U. Rev. U. M. Purlcy, of the church; Rev. Foster, of the Baptist, and Itev. .Mr. Amos were luesent and siioke briefly. Commissioner Sowton left this morning for the west on his ollicial trip to all parts of his big charge. The concert given at Olivet Baiitlst church last night under tho direction of .Mr, T. A. I'hilUps was also a suc-ci.'ss. The church was ilUed with a We specialize in conducting Auction Sales, and if you are disposing of your furnture LET US DO IT FOR YOU And you will get the best results. Come in and see us CITY 2nd HAND STORE 406 5th Street S.====^^-^~^PHONE 1428 as cal of a steam variety, overlaying a four company lias decided upon a compre- ,nopi apin'eciatlve audience which wt fool vein of lump. Tests have been hensive iilan of colonization for sold- j,.,,3)p,i one of the finest mnsici made and the (luallty is up to tho ex- icrs after the war, Involving the pre- t.ntertainments vet held In town. A cellenl standards set by the best paratlou of 1000 farms in western Ca-, of vocal and instrumental mines of Southern Alberta. nada for occupation next .spring. Re- = ^vasj rendered after which those "Jack" Hazznrd, the well known turned veterans' colonics will be es- tjiifing ,,art were treated to a supper proprietor at tbe Wa- tablished by tho compan.^, so that ex- j, (|,e basement of tho church. o'clock with a series of fights, one sittings in Juno we expect that Thos. terton Lake."?, has answered the call soldiers can obtain Im: roved farms staged at the corner of Hoylo and Kin istino avouues and the other on Jasper avenuo xtoar the Jasper hotel, in response to several urgent telephone calls, a patrol wagon made its way to Jasper avenuo and Inspector llalg took a small police car and started for the acenu of the Doylc-Klnlstino row, where he picked up the combatants there, and after leaving them in custody, started to the assistance of the liolico on Jasper. Trouble at this point was thought to liave been caused by a soldier striking at passera-by. Constable Wallace went to arrest the offender, who ran across the street and into a doorway leading to a stairway. Here ho was joined by another soldier, a foreigner, who stood on the steps brandishing a wicked-looking knife,' and defying tho ])ollce. the Kelly and Dr. El. M. Slmpaon will have and enlisted with the returned to Winnipeg. We think they battaiion at Hlnirniore, should be here when the ex-ministers ' Miss Luella Steed, of are tried." '  school staff, has tendered her reals- Mr. Coyne explains also that F. W. nation to the local board, the same to Simon, architect tor the parliament take effect the last of March. The Crow's Nest on terms which. In time, will enable : them to become landowners and cre-publlc ntc homes for themselves and their families. Colors, the gift ot Mayor Church, Toronto, were presented to tho Sev-cnt.v-Fifth battalion. buildings, in connection with which prosecutions have arisen, who is wanted as a witness, could not be present for tho trial if held now. Thomas Kelly is now in' Chicago lighting extradition to Canada, and Lieut.-Col. Simpson Is in England on remand for liLs preliminary in the criminal charge. HALIFAX WILL BE BROUGHT INTO THE DRY BELT vacancy will be lllled by Mrs. lloso Lvman. Miss Steed, who has been in ill health lat,cly, will visit in tUah the next few months. The first ward M. I. A. will present early in .May tlie four act comedy-drama of the Kansas prairies, "A I'rairle Hose." The cast Is in excellent hands. Barons People Refuse Benefits of Irrigation Barons, Jlarch 15.-The resident landowners and farmers did not leave any doubt that they are entirely content to continue to bo grain growers Start on Ten-iple Already preparations are under way for an early commencement on the and dry farmers, and that they do not Halifax JIarch \'>.-By a vote of 2S temple erection, as it Is expected to want irrigation water. That was tho to 3 the house of assembly this morn- liave the structure roofed by tall, feeling expressed by a unaiiiraous- Constable Hugh Steele, hotel ing rejected a motion to give the three This morning word was received resolution passed at the meeting at police officer, went to the assistance � months hoist on tlio bill bringing fi'om the quarry at Nelson, B. C, of Barona on Wednesday ,e\on';iS- of Wallace and despite tho crow ' - - � ...... '........ , , _ wlihdi was growing larger, and more J. wd I Halifax city, the last bulwark of the the llrst shipment of rock this spring, H. Allen was elected chairman ana B.,,.,.^ .-.ow, ^.....^ore'llriuor tralllc in Nova Scotia, under the car containing four columns val- the meeting was addressed by Mr. ugly each moment, succeeding In keep- the temperance act The bill, which ued at $1200. These columns, sixteen Marnoch, president of the Lethiirldge ing them at bay until the riot was > provides for a vote by the citizens of in number, will be grouped together Board of Trade; Mr. !� airfield, ot tne over and the offenders were placed in Halifax on the cancellation of licenses In fours on each side of the temple. Experimental Farm; Mr. Letter ana tho cells. Wallace was cut on the hand twice and Steele suffered a tew bruises. Constable Harry Hows, Police Sergt. Haight and Haig used their batons freely on the crowd. Inspector Haig was struck on tho head with a heavy clijb^ but,stayed at his post in tho city, was then sent into committee of the whole house. and when things looked serious drew The total cost of the edifice will be over $500,000. 1 The Cardston board of trade is an active organization (n the interests .Mr. Mitchell of Coaldalo, and Mr. Kerr and Mr. Pearson ot Iron Springs. Mr. .Marnoch gave a short history of tho project to date, staling that in of the district.' 11 lias already saved September 1914 some farmers from his revolver and tired two shots into tho farmers $3no in tho purchasing of Iron Springs placed the matter before kenzie Welsh, Chas. Welsh, S. Erd-man, G. J. Krdman, O. A. .Vnderson, N, J. Anderson, O. Lyons and others. Sales of Land The following sales of land have been made by Messrs. Grant and Moir during tho week: North half of :i0-12-'23 owned by W. A. Lethbridge of Dublin, Ireland, to Gus Erdman at $.13.50 per acre; south half of 28-11-22 owned by Jos. Kettle of Missouri to Alex Kewe at $28.50 per acre; N. W. (luarter ot 3-12-21 owned by Murray and McDermott, to Mr. Geo. Chew, at $2000; south west nuarter of 0-12-21 to Geo. Chew at $2400. The sale on Saturday last of stock and iraiilements on the farm recently sold by Peter Lund was well attended. RED CROSS li IN AST Tl MONTHS BE CAREFUL IN USING SOAP ON YOUR HAIR tho air with desired effect. strychnine tor gopher poisoning. A Look to the Coffee and Tea "In all cases of so-called neurasthenia, the coffee-drinking of the patient should be inquired into. Wliat has been said about coffee also holds good in regard to tea," says a physician of note. More jind nioro, people tire coming lo know Ihtil llio coliee, and lea iialiils are res-l)i)n.sible for ti lai'gc pei-ceiUagc ol' Uiosc nervous disorders chissed under Ihe head of "neiiraslhenia," or nervous i)roslralion. Bolli colVee and lea eonlain the drug caffeine, a poweri'ul irrilanl of llie nerves 'J'hey also contain tannin-tin tislringenl-wliich acts most unftivorably ii|)on tlie jn-lt?slinal walls. Headache, "nerves", insomnia, biliousness-tiiese tire some of lite signs of caffeine poisoning. Many coffee mid lea drinkers are-leaiTiing that the way lo heallli is by ([uilling eolVee and leti; and for a i)leasanl, healthful dring, using POSTUM the pure food-drink. This delightful table beverage is made of whole wlieal roasted with a little wholesome molasses,,and contains only Ihe nourishing properties of the grain. It has a fine color and jiroma, a rich snappy taste, and is ab-.solulely free from any harmful ingredient. There are two forms of Posium: The original Poslum Cereal-which must lie well-boiled; and Instant Postum-soluble, made in the cup with hoi water, instantly. Both forms'are equally tifflicious and the cost per cup is about Die same. Sold by grocers everywhere, Caniidlan Poslum Cereal Co,, Ltd,, Wiiulsqr, Out. Original Postum Cereal 15c and 25c packages "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Cuiiaillnn Poslum Curoul Co, Wd., Windsor, Ont.  the Lethbridge Hoard ot Trade with 'a \lew to gaining theiv assistance and support. .Meetings wero held at Monarch, Coalhurst and Noble by .Mr. iFairfield nnd .Mr. Dunham. In March Iftl") Jlr. .Marnoch, Mr. Hai-dlo and �Mr. Pearson went to Ottawa to interview tho Dominion government. It was found necessary to pass a provincial irrigation i|ct, which is now under way. He displayed a map ot the proposed system, showing the' I Irrigable lands, and stated that tho surveys In Kocky Couioe, Kencx, Barons and Carnuiiigay districts were not completed in detail and would not be cQin;-leted unless the farmers In these districts indicated a desire to have Irrigation, i Mr. Falrtteld pointed out some of the advantages of irrigation and showed comparative results of crops on dry aud Irrigated land at the Experimental Farm. The average yields for I six years were: Wheat, on dry land, � 20 bushels par acre, on irrigated land, 141) bushels per acre; oats. Si' on dry Hand nnd 101 on irrigated land; barley, 34 on dry land and 73 on Irri- 'gated land; potnloes, 233 on dry land land 4'J2 on irrigated land. Divorsifiod farming would eventually be obllga-, lory and when that time comes the Irrigated land will have the advau- � lase. Mr. Lotler said that Irrigation was a sort of Insurnnce against years of drought, and considering Uiat the price of irrigated land in the Leth- , bridge district ran as high as $100 per aero. It was a cheap insurance. I Mr. Mitchell stated that In the old days lie was a strong advocate ot dry farming but oxperionce had changed hia views. To irrigate successtuUy farms must bo smaller and this meant i better conditions socially, larger towns and imnrovod facilities in every way. Mr. Kurr said that for stock raising OBpocially Irrigation was almost n necessity in such a country as Southeri\ Alberta. Father of Enterprise .Mr. Pearson, whb Is really (lio father of the enterprise, apolt'o enthusiastically In fftvor of It. About 100,000 acres In all could be irrlgalud aud of this 17,000 pcres are In the Burons valley. For "the construction of tho dltoli all Irrigable lands would ba taxed at an approximate capital cost of .$20 per acre, but for the maintenance of the ditch only, the land actually watered would be taxed. Uuring the mooting some lively discussion occurrod nnd at Ihe closo a vote was taken to decide whether the Oilarmors liero desired Ihe water ov I not. The decision was almost iinnnl-'luously against It, tho general feeling being that It was not necessary for this district as tho' natural rainfall was sufllcienl to produce good crops, Mr, Pearson stated that this settled ' tho matter us far as Barons district I Is concornod, but that Iron Springs', ilnd some other districts would con-' Unite Uiulr efforts until they secured Irrlcntton. Those present at the meoting wore; H. A, Allan chairman, Ed. Sohatcr, Fred gicbumukor. John Lund,. Leo WIlBon, Joljn Jutney, Jlr. Wingard, K, Grant, 0. Mojr, J. Warnock, August Johnston, .l.'spi^ll, Tl,, CrmyS, a. B. Hlulr, H. B, 'IrfV'tii; ;|lr. Eacouk,.Muc- Report of sewing done for the Red Cross society during months ot January and February. St. Augustin'a W. A., first and third Fridays-Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham In charge; Surgeon's coats 3; nurses' aprons, 5; surgical stockings, 4; day shirts, 2; pyjatuas 1; bedside pockets 1; ice bag covers 2; sllnga, 11; T-bandages, C; many tailed bandages 1; abdominal bandages 9. St. Cyprian's W. A., first aud third Thursdays, Mrs. McMillan In charge. Aprons 2; day shirts 2; surgical shirts 3; pyjamas 2; bedside pockets 2; ice bag covers 6; slings 3; many-tailed bantlages 4; T-bandagea 8; abdominal bantinges 7. St. Patrick's Ladlea' Aid, second and fourth Thursdays, Mrs, L. M. Johnstone. Bed jacket 1; pyjamas 4; day shirts 1; surgical shirta 3; slings 5; T-bandagea, .; many-tailetl bandges 7. Teachers and young women, Monday evenings, Mrs. H. A. McKIUop in charge. Ice bag covers 23; aprons 4; property bags ti; pyjamas 10; private properly bags 2; surgical shirts G; Red Cross tags, 1375; slings 17; T-bandages (i; many-tailed bandages 27. .Mr. Ed. Pophara, the Barons auctio- Knox Ladies' Aid, Monday aftor-necr, wielded the hammer with good , noons, Mrs. John Robertson In charge, results, the net proceeds amounting ! Pyjamas 13; bed packets 2; surgical to over $6000. i shirts G; day shirts 4; slings 1; T- On Friday a social evening was jtiandagcs 3; many-tailed bandages 2. given in behalf ot Mr. V. J. Sambel | Wesley Aid Society, Tuesday aftei^ Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which Is very injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The beat thing to use is just plalii mulslfled cocoanut oil, for It Is pure and entirely greaaelesa. It's very oheap, and beats the most expanglve soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whola family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is all that is required. It makes an abundance ot rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresji looking, bright, fluffy, wavy, and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle o� dust, dirt and dandruff. Adv. on the eve of his departure to join the 13th mounted rillos at Medicine Hat. During the evening he was made the recipient of a wrist watch as a token of appreciation from his many friends. (Jharles Davis, caretaker of the Slrathroy cemetery, dropped dead of heart failure in a grave he was digging. Ho was 45 years old. Fred T. Jane, widely known naval author and critic nnd journalist, died suddenly at Southsea, England. Ho was 45 years of age. noons, Airs. Buchanan In charge. Py jamas 12; pyjama trousers 4; ice bag covers 0; apron, 1; surgical shirts 4; slings 7; T-bandagea 5; many-tailed bantlages 2; abdominal bandages 8. Women of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, Mrs. Elton in charge Let's End That Corn! ApjJly a little Blue-jay plaster. That brings a wonderful wax in touch with the corn, and protects it. This v/ax was invented by a chemist who has spent 25 years etudying corns. You'll forget the corn. Blue-Jay ends all pain. It will prove to you that all corn pains are needless. You can atop them in an inotant-and forever-^with a Blue-jay. You will always do tiiat when you know the facts. The corn will disappear for good. And no Borenees follows. Blue-jay has provedthat on 70 million corns. It will prove it to you, we promise. After that, you will never keep a corn, BAUER anLACK.ChlBneonndNtwYorlt Makers of Surglct^l prcaelngs, etc. 15o and 25c at Druggists Pyjamas 16; Ice bag covers 12; day shirts 23; surgical stocklnga 8 palra; bed jacket, 7; private property bags G; property baga 2; surgical shirts 2; abdominal bandages 3; slings 16. Art Needle Work club, (one meeting) first Mondays-Pyjamas, 1; surgical shirt 1; handkerchiefs 11; many-tailed bandage, 1. G. I. A. to the B. ot L. E.--Socks, 7 pairs; private property bags, 9; pro porty bags 10; day shirts 5; pyjamas 7; handkerchiefs. 18; surgical stockings, 5 pair; ice bag covers 7; slings, 13; T-bandnges, 9; many-ailed hand ages 2.'l; abdominal baniiagos 4. Hnrdleville women, Mrs. Robt. Livingstone in charge-Pyjamas, 14; surgical shirts 12; day shirts 14; surgical stockings 4 pairs: private property bags 4; property bags 4; handkerchiefs 22; bed side jwckets 16; Bur geon's coats 2; abdominal bandages 25; T-bundages 40; slings IS; many tailed bandages 21. Eastern Star (one meeting) second and fourth Fridays-Day shirts 2; sur gical shirts 2; surgical stockings 1 pr; property bag, 1; private property bags 4; many-tailed bandages 4. Children of Mury, Monday evenings Handkerchief 1; ice bag covers 2; Red Cross tags 150; slings 6; T-bandages G. Mrs. Geo. Washbrook-Bath robes 3; day ahlrta 15; pyjamas 15; surgl cal atocklugs, 2 pairs; bedside bags 10; bed jackets 5; private property bags 6; property bags 6; surgical shirts 3; nurses' aprons 2; many-tailed bandages 18; abdominal bandages 2. Airs. Bolton--2 bed jackets. Miss Dainty--Four pair surgical Stockings; 4 aprons; 1 surgeon's coat; 1 ice bag cover. �  Miss Dalryiuple-fi wash cloths; 4 day shirts; 2 pyjamas, Mrs. Herron-1 day shirt. Mrs. Holbrook-2 day shirts. Mrs. Jones-1 bed jacket; 1 surgeon's coat. Mrs. Loomis-4 day shirts. Mrs. Marriott-4 day shirts. Mrs. McEachern-1 day shirt, 1 apron. Mrs. MflKonzlo-2 surgical shirts. Mrs. Piton-2 pyjamas. 2 pair surgical stockings. Mrs. K. N. Higinbotham, 12 hot water bag covers; 50 fomentation flannels; 12 foniontatlon wringers; 12 fomentation covers. Mrs. Steodmnn-2 day shirts. Mrs. Bowman-8 day shirts and 2 pyjamas made over. Mrs. Snoll-S pyjamas; 9 slingfl; 9 abdominal baiidagoa and 3 many-tall-od bandagOB. Mrs. J. Scott-1 bed jacket. Miss Van Hock-1 pyjama, 1 day shirt and 2 surgical shirta. Mrs. Lilly-IG wash cloths. Mrs. McMillan si'.~30 washcloths. Mrs, Cull-G mnny-tailoU bowdftgos; G T-baudagus. � In one minute your clogged nos-rlls will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snullling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night; your cold or caltarh will he gone. Get a small bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply little ot this fragrant,' antlaeptlc, healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous memhrane and reliet cornea inatantly. It's just nne. Don't stay stufted-up with a cold or nasty catarrh. Relief omes so qulcdy. J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Limited, Druggists,-^Advertisement. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells -How To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid! Miss Filmer-8 many tailed bandages. Mrs. Hugh Taylor-12 sHngs. Mrs. Long-r-2 T-bandages. Mrs. ^yoods-4 many-tailed band ages. Mrs. Hoffey-5 T-bandages; X many-tailed bandage. Mrs. Harvey-3 many-tailed bandages. Mrs. Davidson-1 bed jacket; 2 pair socks. Mrs. Wardman-1 pair Socks-Mrs. Tiffin, 4 pair; Mrs. Wardman 1 pair; Mrs. Giftord 1 pair; Mrs. Johnstone 2 pairs; Mrs. Simpson 1 pair; Mrs. E. M. Scott 2 pairs; Mrs. Ritchie, 1 pair and Mrs. Morris 2 pairs. In many cases -work of Individuals has been credited to church or society. All button holes are made by different societies at the rooms. Anna M. Stoltze, Supt. of Work.. RECIPE TO DARKEN 1 GRAY HAIR This Home Made Mixture Darken� Gray Hair and Removes Dandruff To tt half pint of water add: Bay Rum................----. 1 oz, Orlex Compound ....... a small box , Glycerine ...................% oz. These are all simple Ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at very little cost, and mix them your-< . self. Apply, to the scalp once a day for two weeks, then once every other week until all the mixture is used. '! A half pint should be enougli to ; darken the gray hair, rid the head of .' ' dandruff and kill the dandruff gerina .', It stops the hair from falling out and relievos Itching and scalp diBoasos. It promotes the growth of the hair, and makes harsh hair soft and glosBy. ^ -Advertisement. 'iTJ �, , �� . --1 Drinking Man's i "Best Friend'^ | The Noal Treatment removes tho^"/, CAUSE ot doairo and "oravinsf*' :(ordl lig.uor by "driving out" the polsona.,'^i from the system. It overcomes, the diSYsl eased conditions and sopn rostores'thel^'a natural appetite tor food' andv N9R�'M MAL mental and physiqal;Gonditio):iQ;;1il For full information oaU'tor.ftddresRiw tbe only NEAI, INBTITUTP In thro'^!? prairie provinces, .� � 820 /; Tlllrteenttt^ Ave. West Calgary, or phone .WBaB.'rt' 60 Neni InttltuteB in PrtQipaUCin�' V"'. ^ftA 9939?870 ;