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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 101.1. THE LKT'HBRI'DGE IfERALlT MAJESTIC THEATRE W, B. SHERMAN, Manager. TO-NIGHT FRANK GOTCH World's Champion AHMOUT Tfcs Terrible Turk Prices: 75c Gallery SOc MAJESTIC THEATRE 8. SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 848. Re'igious Teachings _in the Public Schools (Continued :rrom front page) One Night Only Saturday, November llth i Return Engagement of the Famous Musical Comedy cs Great Reduction in fl.Gal- "lery SOc-Note Plan of Seats Fn-ht Cigar" A clever coriiody, cleverly portrayed, "Advanlage ot Iveepnig a The coninlicaUpas inde- fecribably. funny and must be to be Stieot at SmenPuuV A genuine niilitiiry jiroduc- CENSUS RETURNS-IN PLA- CES WHERE OBJECTION HAS BEEN RAISED INVES- TIGATED Winnipeg, Nov. cen- sus re turn's from -those .places where the greatest objection ;haH taken to the report as published win IIP immediate- ly, investigated, said the Hon. Burrell iMnuster of Ag nciilture just prior to his de parture for the east. l-Te'saki that, while, the' gov could hardly under- take taking .'Of another census, owing: to the stupend- ous nature of the hop- ed that the most, serious of the errors marie ment during the taking ot the census would be rectified. "JTiiIa Sung by Lme" E. Willis. NOV. 21st and 22nd 'THE CflUSADERSr; No election protests were Filed in yva Scotia or New Brimewick. Snrgcant, of FIoEhertoii, a G n. brakesiriTo. had his akull t'mct- at Mamilton last night. MADE A GIFT TO NAMESAKE TOWN london the presented to IJingham MassaGhuae-ts on behalf 01 Hii'gham Norfolk a stepping stone ich for EC en hundred jeais ItPd stood in the square of the Eng lish town. the stone says Router will b.o as corner-stone for a. tower t commemorate the lauding .of the pi] s from Ilngham igo A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS, SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT Get a 25' Cent .Bottle Now and Forever Step Falling Hair, Itching Scalp arid Dandruff If you Wish to Double the Beauty of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely Try a Danderihe Hair Cleanse Your Imir becomes light, wnvy, fiufTy, at initl nit ind n 111 s is oft, lustrous and beautiful a younjj tfirl's after a O.-.ntlcriiic Imir Jn.5t iry a clolh a'iittle and carefully draw it til mifji jour hnr taking oi c snull stniid t a time. This will clcnnsc the Imir of dust, diet, and excessive 'oil and in just a few uiomcms you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits particularly those win) have been careless, whose or U scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or liiin. Ikcides beaulifyiaj: the hair at once D imlcrmc di solvis [irticle o' dindrnir clean cs, punlic and nn iles the forever stopping itching ar.d f 1! ng liatr Try as you will, after one application of .Diinilciine yon cannot find any dandrnlF or i oose or falling hair, and your scalp will never, itch, but what wiil please you moat will be after a few weeks' use when yiiu will actually see new and downy at really new hair sprontiiifj all over the scalp. Danilrrinc makes Jhc'hair prow loup, heavy and luxuriant and we can prnve it. It ynu tare for pretty, soft hair and lols of it surely (rot a 25 cent bottle of Kmmllon's from any dniggiat ti luilu and jii.u try >t. "That tht! (mi rommunilnients h printH' in liable lorm anil hung :l n ..conspicuous place in every school :ooni of tint public schools. "Tlml. the curriculum should in- clude, tin1 employment of some lioy'.t or hooks on Christ inn clllic.s. "Thiit ihu dnily program oi lic schools shoulii embrace the read- Ing of a scripturepassage willimit note oi' cummenl. nf tin; opening of: the sffiooi, aftei th.) Lord's prayer. The hook of seiec-1 tions authorized hy t-hp ilepai'tmfnl, of education lor the province oi On- tario being suggested ill this tioo. Indian Schools The matter, of the Iniiian schools up in' the' evening session, the subject, of repairs for some of them, Hint they might earn the iiinual grant from the department oi Indian, afiairs came up. It was 'point- ed oiil that, a I. the moment an aildi- ion is being constructed to the school mi the Hlood Reserve. This iddition, wiiicli is iMiing hiiilt. to plans approvcil hy Uie government ar- ciiitect, is taking the form of a hoys' dormitory, and M'itl make the school eligible for the grant. At point Mr. Oodsall suggest- ed that it might he advantageous to sell the church lands at the Hlood nnd ljeignn reserves, providing a suit- ahie tract of land could he secured from the department to replace them. In explanation-of this he pointed out that the lands at present "occupier! by the missions ami schools lie outside the reserves, to the east, am! that as the Indians are movingxsteadily west, arc becoming more and more incon- venient. To investigate this inatti the following committee was.- a pointed Canon Stockton, Rev. M Hayes, liev. Mr. Sliddleton, Mr. Go sail and Mr. Jowett, all of whom-a familiar with the. conditions su rollnhnj, the Indl in uork A further resolution was introfiu ed and adoptid th it tht dcpattmei of Indian alTairs IK asked Io alii the necessary lands, and to erect tl necessary buildings for schools on tl reserves The Si.hop't Addreis lhe tolloning deltgates were as j committee to teporl he bishop t, address DC in Pig Archdeacons Webb anil Cri'ay, Oano tfilhn Rei I DOM) Messit i Melrose hisXe louett 11 Chancellor Conybeare. Clerical Dolegjtn the clercil jrc riom tiril de-inm ei Canon McMil'in Rev Silc Rev in0n MOH lurrell Wiight Rr, Hcmleison n Spekc Re pay coit of the conifiiest Tripoli." Governor Williams, oC found land, has official intimation tha't the .Foi..Creek id pains n hnvc always the loins and u weak- ness them, ami of te n after in j meals ni y food would distress me find oil use sore- ness. L v d i n Pinkhnni's Vegeta- ble Compound has done mo mncli good. I ain strong- nr. digestion is biit- ter, and I c.in walk nilh TmbicioTi. I ef> Iccpl up desultory firing throng out the night, the imperialists re- sponding. Little damage was 'done. All foreigners arc safe- American and British1 landed marines and giiiinis for tlic consulates. The reform lias been heavily recruited from' thu outlying .district. _ suit IB timt a man can get a license iTrince of Wales will not visit Canada only by, purchasing a business [this year. WILL TRANSPLANT THE PINE SEED Iiunilies to tiikfl it, as it is the best rein- tidy in the world. YOU can publish this in papers." airs. WILLIAM HouiiQfK, rox Creek, X.H., Canada. ftboxv, is only one of the thon- BHiKlSjOf grateful letters which are constantly liring received hy tho Company of prove beyond u doubt that Lydia 13. Pinkham's Vegetable'Com- [mnnH, m.idtf from roots and Iicrbs, nctiinlly does cure these obstinnto dls- uar, eases or women after all oHior means liavc failed, and .that every such suf- ferinjf woman owys it (o hcr.self to at "'a least give Lydia 10- Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound ;i trial before submit- ting' to an oi'ieralion, or giving up dope of recovery. Finklmrn, of Invites Hick women writn her for ndvloo, .She has guided thmi.snmls (o bcultli and her udvfcc Novel Sclieme to Replant Fire Swept Forest Districts Sentlto, Wash., Nov. from bushels of white pine cones, tional forest reserve, in northern Ida- ho, will tic planlcd on tlic Coenr d1 Alone, .SI. Lolo and Cabinet for- next 'spring in disirict.s swept by' fire In Ihc xuinmrr of UHO. A seed extracting mill is hcini; iikslalled hy the government al the1 t'alls ranger' station, and it is expected to secure pounds of seed at a cost ot about a pmind. Hrnry II. Karqii- har, cliief of plniiliap of the United tes foiesf. service, who is in ,Spo-, reporly (hat the cones were collected entirrly ftow squirrel each- Operations u'rrc over at trrritury 22 miles in length nnd live j miles in widlii, 100 met; heini; lo- cated in four camps, with two rooks nnd a eamp (oremnu. The men wcic paid by lhe day, u bonus1 Clean, Dry Heat Clean, dry heat, with no smoke, or odor and with no flying ashes or soot that is what you get with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. PERFECTION The Perfection it most reli- able and convenient heating device you can find. It is always ready for use. There are no pipes or or wires to bother you. You can pick it up and take it wherever extra warmth is wanted. Every mechanical improvement that experience could suggest was embodied in the Perfection Healer. This year we have irled Io add to ils appearance. The drumi are finished either in turquoise-blue enamel or ptam iteel, as you prefer; nickel trimmings; as ornamental as it is mdispennble to comfort. A ipecjal automatic device abffluielr prevetti (molting. Al! paiS cleaned. Gallon font; Keun. Cool handle top. Ftie Imperitl Oil Ompuj, Lnftd ;