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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VVtMliicMlHy, Maich 22, l�lt. THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PROVE PSYCHINE (PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN) With a 50c. bottle free from your Druggist � Tt's nal so long ago that, the dortoia They're rfsponsiblP for the hundreds We will undoubtedly buy and dlstrl- bled a man to make htm strong. of thousands that Psychlne has cured bute in ihia manner, hundreds of thou- since that time. sands of these SO-cent bottles of Psy- "Stuff a cold and starve a fever" is chine, miles behind our to-day's knowledge Us because of these lierbs that we of curative science, yet our fathers havp received hundreds of thousands .^^ ^, ,i,,, . .-htp had it preached to then, time and of teaUmonials aites,lng to v^onderfui ^^^^nd^J^.^ wohd�rful prepara- Hgaln. cures that Psychine hBs made. tlon. You may not know 11, but fo-rlay And il's because of these very sani''  hero are .Hist as Ineffective methods herbs that ne will buy within the A confidenre that has been based on )f cure being preached and practised. next twelve months hundreds of thou- our HO years' expei'ience with this ,,, , , , . sands of 5U-cent bottles of Pflvchlne .'splendid preparation, Willi a full Itnow- AII bocnusc most people do not know ^^y^ t,,g^, ^^.^^ ^^^^ whomso- ledge of the hundreds of thousands of inc real cause ot disease. ^yg,. g^nds us the coupon In this an- cures It has made. There are two kinds of corpuscles in nouncement. the blood-red and white. ^v.-^^ ,f ^, relieve or pre- . The red corpU3cle.=i contain nutrilion, ^ff*; fj'^^^f l?.?..!!!'.'"'''*'"^ '� '^'^ the wihitc destroy disease germs. If for any cause the white corpuscles become depleted and are not sufficiently efrong to destroy the germs of dis�?ase, then dlseaee controls the body. That's tbe cause of disease. Tears ago eartaln herbs were found to cure disease. They didn't know how or why in those days, they do to-day. send In that cttupon; La Grippe Hronohitln Tfoniorrhagea .Soro Thio�t AnHeniia Funialo Woakiisfffi TndlgosUoii Poor Appetite Chi Hit Mid Ferer.i ai*Bplei;s and Nervous TroubloH Bronuhial Coushn Weak Lungs ^Veak Voice Spring Wonkiioss Karly Derllno Catarrhal Antectlons Catarrh of Stomach Night f weati Obstlnato Coughs LaryngiUi! and nyspcpsia AftcrofTcpM or Plourtij-, PnouTnonia and La-Orlppe. Now, we don't ask you to^ake o.ir And Ifa because these herbsbu.'Id up ^^jriJ t^e tremendously benefici.i! the white corpuscles. efect of Phychine. Fill ont the cou- pon beloR", mail It to us and we'll give These herljs are contained in Psy- your druggist an order (for which we chine-they're responsible for the great pay hlra the regular retail price) for a Tesults obtained from Psychlne a third SO-cent bottle of Psychine to be given of a century ago. you free ot cost. COUPON No. 54 To the Dr. T. A. SLOCUM. Lid. 193-195 Spadina Ave., Toronto I aeeept yoor offer to try a OOcbotlli) of Psyciiino (pronouncctl Si-kccni a' vonr oxpeiiHe. I havn not hud a fiOc. bnltlo of I'Hj-chlne un-ler thiB plin. Klndl.T advipu tny druggidt to deliver ihls bottle to mo. My Name................................. Towu .................................... atroflt and Number...................... My DruggiiiK N'aiue..................... Street and Number .................... Thit ntiuponisnotgood foraSOo. bottle of Hryr-hlno If prcRoiittri to the dni)fKiR �ent u�- wo will t.hc. buy {if oil- boillo of Psyclitue from yum-dritrist and direct him to dcilvor it to von. Thi.i offer uiny bo withdrawn at anr Unit? witUo'Jl nolioo. Send coupon tu-day.  LAKE IS IN A BAD QUANDARY BROKEN-DOWN NERVES HOPELESS CONDITION CURED BY "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Does Not Know How to Vote on Reciprocity Agreement Ottawa, .March '22-711111 llic Cnti-.servntives rroni Western Cinada in the House are in a i|iiiiii(hy was mad^ plain today when R. S l,al stalenicnl cnliic in reply to the statement of McKcn/ie of Capr r?rc-lon lliat Lake was Ibc (jiily member (il the House or in tlic Legislature from .SaskatchcAvan (ipptjsrti to rcri-procity. Proceeding, -Mr. suid that he U-\l it to be liLs duty lu get all possible information l)cl(;rc voting, and lie criticized the government for not. giving; more facts, lie (mind I'ault the liver active-and cnrccr Constipation. with the agreement for not giving the request of the drain Growers for free agricuitural implements. The memher tor Qu-Appel!e proceed- GERMANY WILL FIGHT THE TRUST Berlin, March 21.-The Relchaiag today continued tbe debate on the motion submitted yesterday.aiking tho Imperial Chancellor to institute enri-ifiries as to the extent to which the alleged Standard Oil uionoijoly prevented Germen middlemen from shar- FalHiir Hair Stop It In Two Weeks-Aak Any Leading Druggist About Salvia Hair Trnlc Hair falls out because the dandruff Kprms dig Into tho hair roots and sap ,them of their vitality. They appropriate the natural nourishment that mipplles life and luwtrc to the hair. To atop falling hair you must kill the germs. SALVIA is gtiaranteed to kill dandruff germs, baniah dandruff, stop falliug bair and itching (iialp or money back, tf your hair i� 'binning out SALVIA will promote a new growth. Clever women use It iifcn 'Se It makes the hair brilliant nntl boaii'tiful. and is not sticky or preasy. Large bottles 50 cents. Sold iiid oiaianteed by The Alberta Drug i.p. KAISER'S WOOING A ROMANTIC ONE ing the profits on oil, and at the same time to consider the feasibility of the establishment of an Imperial department for the sale of petroleum, Herr Stresseman, who' introduced the motion yesterday, said then that it was calculated that by going Into the oil trade as a competitor wiih the Standard Oil Co., the German government would earn an income of J7,o00,-000 a year without raising the price to the consumer, He also declared that every rise of one pfenning (about one-fourtli of a cent) in the i)rice of oil meant an increase iri the burden of the German people of ?2,'500,000 a .vear, all of which went to .Mr. Rockefeller and his associates. Count Kanitz, the leader of the Conservatives, addressed the House today on the inotion. He accepted it on behalf of his party. He declared that the German requirements of petroleum shooting. He reached lhe castle late could be equally well obtained from in the evening and the next morning Galician. Roumanian and Russian sour wont out shooting before being pre-ces. He doubted the wisdom ot discus- sentert to the Duke's, family. Particulars Recalled at Celebration of His Wedding Anniversary Berlin, March 21.-The celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of his wed ding recalls to Gentian writers tbe circumstances of Kmperor William's wooing. In 1S79, when a student at Bonn, he was invited by Duke Fried-rich of Schlesw^lg-Holsteiu to his pretty castle of Primkenau for grouse led to say that he was inclined to he-I lii!ve that the agreement ,is announc-i ed would be of advanl.igc in the farm ers of the northwest because it would give them more competilion and the true value for their prmlncis but even the price of the wheat wniild he fixed at Liverpool. But now the adoption of tlie agreement appears to involve the acceptance of the declaraUon that there shall be no furtlier reduction in llie duties on nianulactured goods, policy declaration that Liberals ano tlic Liberal press of the west were trying to force the past through before it was really umlerst,o I ^iuivmi* tried for rheumatiam.' The lea.iefle4.gr�ie|f;* ly Btf:t'l'Tlii| bettirr'V.J In- 'jwctr^ptM fM vioua. My';aM" peUte- baa:builip^ up and ,I;,ea*l and sleep Set-!'; t�r Uidn I have in over three ye�n.j My general health li greatly linprib�^S:si|j| �i abi r can Qredit thli only to Booth's^ - -'^i Kidney PUla."  - Y'---^'* ThlB l8 the Booth Kidney PHI W�y.] ,! These wonderful Pills aro aold ,und�r ft^ guarantee to refund your monay/ tt they fall to relieve any sufferer,froia4>B3 Rheunwtism or any trouble bavtnt'ltiil , origin in the Kldqeys. They oure' il Back-ache dull ahootlng paini, tUcki 'j^ and cloudy urine, gravel and atone^T: rheumatism and all diseaM* Of tb*. ''mm. -21 kidneys and bladder. Booth's Kldnoy Pill* are aoM by all' druggists and dealers BOe iMg, postpaid tpom Tbe R. T. Baoth Oov Ltd., Fort Brie. Ont. lold ud gnr-anteed by Jackaoa 4k Cepa. f' '11 University Board of Governors-Indian Reserve for Calgary Park -Other News (Special to the Herald) Calgary, .March 21.-The Calgary I'niversity Senate lield its first meet PINCIIER CREEK'S MAYOR CETS AFTER THE C.P.R. 41 was a hIiitt attendance at the meet.- , of its being a political qnertlpa,s;iru|l, '"^ Chamber of Commerce in I it was ultimately decided oi'aioiiMl 'a Me would not .icccpt ihi.s | iVg 7ast "ev^enlng and the "following ^^^^ organization on j that if the question ot reciprocity "bd T .Mr. Lake concluded with the iboard of governors were elected: Dr. j'^'o"'*"-^' "'ght. There were several ; tak*n up at any future meeting thai '* Blow (chairman), J. S. Dennis, \Vm.' f^asons lor so few being present, | no discussion be allowed, but a,8U years old, weight 1400, 1 Bay Gelding, S years old, weight 1400. I Bay Gelding, 13 years old, weight 1300. 1 Bay Golding, 4 yftirs old. weight 900. 2 Black Tilares and (.'olt, six years, weight 2300. 1 Milk Cow In calf. ^ years old. ?S head Chickens and Tur. keys. 1 Goodenough Sulky P!o v. I Deerlng Mower. 1 Disc Harrow with Ton !'ie Truck. 1 Cocksbun Garden Cultivator. 18 1-2 inch \Aeber S\ agou. i:i 3-1 inch Chatham Wagon, 1 C^cksUuti Grading Plow, mew.) 2 Walking Plowr. 2 Slush Scrapers. Large quantity of mieceliau- eouB Tools. Forks. Shovels, Pifks. lloes, Hakfs, etc. .'? sets Double Harness, 2 Sets Single Harness. 1 Buggy, in good repair. 1 12x14 lean-to shack, lined inside and out. 2 Granaries, 12xlS. 1 10x12 tent, wall and flooi-. complete. 1- large Oopp & Sons ISmplro Gamp .Range. Ir was a case of mutual admiratloB at first sight and the relations between the young i)eopic soon ripened into love. Luckily the unihn met w'ith no political objection from Bismarck, and the betrothal took place in the Spring of 1880 in Gotha. The wedding was celebrated on February 27, 1881, in Berlin, BUILDERS TO STAND TOGETHER The programme for the .A.lberta Kducatlonal Association, which will be held at Edmonton on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April IS, 10 and 20, has been issued. W. A. Hamilton, the local suparintendeni of education, will he tbe ^residing officer, president-elect W. Rea and first vice-president A, C. rCew-ombc having left the profession dui-iiig the year since they werr elected, .Mr. Hamilton was elected secona vlce-prcvldent On Thursda>- morning the delegates will bp welcomed by -Mayor Armstrong and P. v.. Butchari, chairman of the Edmnnton school board, to which replies will be made by W. .1 iMcLean and S. D. Taylor, Hon. C.R '.Mitchell, miui.'iter of education, will give an aridresf. In the afiprnoon .Mr. Hamilton vill Jive his chairman's address and .1 C. .McTiivi.sh will discuss "Coramor cial Work iii the High Schools." Tho feature of the evening session will be Georgeson. R. B.. Bennett, W. ,1. Treg- more especially counter-engagements, iilus, I-l. W. Riley and James Short, but if these meetings are n'bt more K.C. largely attended the enthusiasm pre- (ndian Reserve for Park valcnt at the inception of the public- The city Is to make a strong effort jty scheme may die a natural death, to obtain UOO acres of the Sarcee re- xjig president of the association, serve for park purposes from the gov- jj^. warnook, M.L.A., occupied the ernment. .The parks hoard approved: ^^^ij. ^ routine businesa had of the project last night. There are but 150 Sarcees on the entire reserve been attended to several matters toolc up tlie attention of those present.. It i was decided that the secretary get ,goras, tabbies and even Carrie Chap-an address hy President Tory of Al Inian, comma Cut, berta Cnivnsity on "Some r^reseni ! George �\. H. Scott, secretarv of Day Problems in Education." ithe organisation, wrote to Chief of On Wediii^sfiay, J. McCaig will ad-j Police Steward rer-ommeijding the dress the elcmpniary section on "A."-; passage of an ordinance in the in ation be gathered by the publicity urges lAense for all cats J committee to put into booklet and to wipe out homeless ones [that the information be submitted to a regular meeting as soon as possibM. Mayor Dobbie touched upon railway niatter.s and scored the C.P.R- by stating that it would never build into Pincher Cteek until they saw another road running into the town. The result of Mr. Dobbic's remarks ''liicago. .Miircli 21,--The ultimate fate of the alley cat iti Chicago apparently Avas sealed yesterday, when an officer of the Illinois Humane society launched a campaign for the licensing, at $1 per capita, of An- riculture Kdncation as n System." terost of public health, that would while A. I., I", Lehman will address; i)ring feline peis under mimiclpal con the secondary section on "Agi-irultino [ (rol and condemn the common or al Education In the Secondary School, ", icy variety of cat to e.xlermination in President Torv. chairman of the programme coniinJtice, will be in rharse of the afienioon session. I Tliur.sday morning .1. V, Lynn will give a panrr on Manual Trnininj; and ,Miss .Vforrisoii one on Houselioki Science. Chicago. was that a committee composed of Dr. Wnrnock, Mayor Dobbie, A. N. Moual and W. .Jackson was appointed to interview the executive of the Cafe proprietor, to whom tha ehaiga was laid, was fined M and �Mta. Mr. Chas. Spear, a former'Spttag^ Ridge rancher, has retmwi UmaTm ncKsee, where he had apait . Extension Dining Table, Glazed Cup'ioard, Kitchen Chairs. Crockery, and Kitchen Utensils. TIRMS-Amounts of $t0.00 and under, Net Cash. Over ?10,00, credit till November Isi, 1911. on bankable pap.-r j per cent, discount for oagb. FREE LUNCH PROVIDED Auotlonssr's Office, Sth St., Lethbridge. Phone 426. Hcpiii.i, M.-iich 20 - 'I'lic Hcgjn.i BuiUicrs' I-:-v'iian.'c have amended the ' .scIhhIuIc !�! I.i-,t >('ar to meet tin-con ditiniir, (Il li'is year's liusiness (�(Uiipariiij; Uu.-, scliedule willi the one ot Uisi M'dV. tlieic arc ccrtuiu trades 111 ulnr-h ,1 slight iiltcrcatinn lias hvPii ill.�'!('. Ill each case in Ia\-, ui- of llir uiirli-maii. An eiglit lio'ii day on .'-^ca' ""^.^ Doan's Kidney Pills are a p;ire]y vegetable raedieine, realizing quick, per-maiieni relief, without anv after ill effects, A medicine that w-ill .ibsohuely :ure backache and all forms of kidney knd bladder trouble. Doan's Kidney Pills are OOc. per boa )r 3 for SLM, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of lirice by The T. llilburn Co., I.imitetl, Toronto, Onl. If ordenujf direct specify 'Doan's." BricKiaypis. stonemasons, and stonecutters hnve been increased tn 1 ti.'i cents per himi straight Last \e.i; their vauf H(i cents. 1. He had Eczema for 25 years. 2. His hands were so bad he had to wear ttloves day and night. 3. Doctors said he . could never be cured. 4. For 25yeara|he tried for cure In vain, 5. Then he tried ZAM-BUK. e.ZAM-BUKcur- ed him. 7.TO-DAY,three years after his cure, he says: <�l AM STILL CURED-there �HUWb HUW ZAM-Buf? CURES ARE PERMANENT Mr. T. M. Marsh of 101 Delorimier Ave., Montreal, has bad thia wonderful experienoo ofZsm-Buk. Mr. Marsh baa lived In Montreal for over 30 yeara, many of them at bis present address. Ho is well known and is willipg to satisty any enquirer am to the genuineness of his cure. He stiffered 25 years from eczema in the bands and had to wear gloves day and night, the itohinjf Wis so terrible when the air got to the eons. Docv,ors said there was ho oure. 'TbrM years ago Zam-Buk cured him. Intervieweld a few ffeeks ago he said : - "Promthe day I was cured by Zam-Buk to the present moment I have liad no traoo of the eczema and fuel sure it will never return. When I think of tho murvelloua cure Z�m-Buli worked in my case I am moro �ud more itmpressed by tlie value of this great household balm. I havu had letters of enquirj' from all over C�n�da, and mn glad to personally corroborate the published facta of my cure." CALLED TO QUEBEC .Mimtri'al. .March 'i\ ChHinifrs Chinch. Qiicljpc. hss forwarded n call j to ftev, T, ,\taniii of Streetsville. ' f REE BOX. .Send thin conpon and lo stamp to SCam-Buk Co., Turonto, for Bampic box. Mentioa thlH papor. It It br worklngcnrMllk^tUathat Kiin-Bukhun'un (oritwK a world-Hide reiiuutlon. UuequtlUd lor uleera, aliseesees, pUta, bload-poinn. InfluDiid toKt. cold oikcki, chapped h�nd., biWe�' ciuptioat, varloo** uloerv, buros, cuts, tic. AU dniaw ptxt and norm at Mo box, or b3-luk Co., lorbato, lor triiH 5aM-BUK IS JT IN YOUR MOMfe^ J ;