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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Noyember 23, 1910. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALB BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS you aware of the large iiiumber of ine Hardy Flowering Shrubs that are :perf ect- ly ha.tdy on the prairie and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every _ can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that.' wlir all bloom this coming summer and all will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Snow- balls, Siureas, AYiegelias, Elders, Berberries, Snowbemes, Deutzias, suckles, etc., etc. r' r .All two to three feet high, three, years old, regular T-alue This !selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest express office. at special 'price. ;V For 30 only of Place early .Only per dozen Nurseries Mirror B. C. HALF MILLION DOLLARS SPENT Correspondence G oji rses To Get Technical y Education SESSION AT FERME Dr. Bryce and David Eor- sythe Get Valuable Evidence ;v ENG1NESTRUCK JRailway Acbident in the i Kootenay s IVear Nelson, Nov.. 22. Striking a rock- slide on .the. track" one- mile east of Fisherman, -ihe locomotive of a pass- enger iram from Grand Forks to Ne' son.-, left the track -yesterday after- turned turtle and -crashed' onto .its side, on the lover side of the" track immediately above a 150 foot em- bankment. Fireman. James jumped and fell down, the embank- ment but- escaped injury.. En- gineer John McAracher stayed in the cab and miraculously escaped injury. ,The engineer had noticed rocks on the- ifcrack and slowed the train before the wheels 'struck .the" rocks.- The slide only; occurred a couple .of minutes be- 'fore ''the 'train "arrived." "The passen- mail; express and baggage c brought --to Nelson on the -westbound boundary train last night GIRL TRATO FROMINDIA New York. .Nov., the youngest travellers to. make.such a to join her father, James- formerly an. officer in: British army and now stationed'- with: the Mounted Police at- Ma-cleodi Alberta. She is .Gladys old, who, came, all the way. Ironir Cal- cutta, India, The -little girl was of the most gers on the Anchor liner California which" docked'here When she landed .proudly exhibited "a doll to' the customs officers as hei most'valuable -embrace or cooking schools. .Father some interest- ing information as to the m'ettiods of teaching houaehold--and cooking du- f HI Germany, where these things" are, taught by women teachers who go troutyla.ce to place, teaching two-months in each locality..: The children .are compelled to attend these and they are very successful two sessions of the board held here '.were 'of .'great interest to the :niany. :who turned -out" through, the pouring rain'to'attend, and Dr. Bryce showed a happy faculty of getting the deaired information-while keeping his to thetbest of good humor. The board .will .be brought to- abbut "the end of this month after holding-ses- sions, in-'that city and at Victoria and JfeW Westminster, they will proceed San Francisco and Los An- geles, and east to the centres of tech- meal education in the eastern states, for Europe, where the1'field ".work of the board will be concluded. feature of the exam- inations here was the 'acts brought outTbVthe examination of Editor Ben- of the'.District Ledger, who had years as the repre- We go to all parts df the world for the; dftru ngredi- ents of Psychine (pronouiiced f We combine these ingredients in the finest chemical laboratories V J.; in Canada, and so great is our 30-year-old faith in this preparation thai we'll buy a 50- cent bottle of it from, your druggist Jv and give it you to try. of .a centnrr If 'these >eite are fnoViS: below, mail itto-as and ire'lt haye known what Psychine will do. sufficient are: notsaffieleav- druggist an order (for which it to cure hundreds of ly strong, then, germs 'him the fo of some of the destroy-them the cent most detpefate cases-'of disease known body. That's the cause .of nearly every -Tou'free. of ccost medical disease that racel 'thousands of un- For years, fact, .it'has. bute'ln this Think of It, ;a -tbird bf a century's we have been able. to "XeUJusV why" coafidence in V this wonderful one preparation, a -were. so effective1: of va- centJiry's. intimate know- .Because certain -A confEdence that. has (Specialto.the Herald) thoilVanddollars are spent Ferme, Nov. Bryce. and.Mr.fby men and .boys throughout the coun- Porsythe, B.A., members or the five .or six vears the rem-e- ,a- century s. intimate KQOW- .Because certain-aT increased confidence that, of-the Scrariton toternation- -ai: School: phagocytes. iwi 'Do you; wonder then with that per- .These herbs ;are >einnloyeS. in -com- -ledge ot the Commission to examine into-the pro- ject of tecnuicai and industrial teain- ing schools in the .j-spenf yesterday in the city taking testimony from all classes of the citizens..-and holding two sessions, the last one: -con' tinuirig to a late.hour last A division" of the commission ,wa? found necessary in order to ground in the allotted, time. The- interest everywhere manifested in the subject has mads it necessary to prolong the time dividing1 ithe commission into two parts. Dr. Brycc and Forsythe left here tMs morn, ing to meet the people of whicK they -will hold a session at -Ver- non, -rejoining -the other' members ol the board at Vancouver. AT FERNIE New.York, agreement, ib'y -which it is hoped to settle the chafu by. which it is hoped to. settle the chauf- -the strikers, and the, tasicab owners 'last night. Under the terms of the proposed settlement of tse the strikers waive their demand.for a clos- ed shop, and the employers agree that garages shall be unionized. The Waddington- Stuckcy Co. HAY GBAIN MERCHANTS Timothy, .Alfalfa, Brome and Upland OatSj. Wheat, Bran, Boiled and'Okopped Grain and Potatoes always in stock. Office, Johnson Blk. Phone 42S Rear of Dallas Phone 683 A BACHELOR'S HONEYMOON .has the blues they should not. miss seeing that three act hit in .the United States and -is-.-uow 'making a complete tour, of Canada, "A Bachelor's Honeymoon.'7 From the rise of the curtain until the end it was a continuous scream of laugh- ter. The two leading roles were i-Iiss Kose -Ainsworth, who played the part of Miss Juno Ar-buckle, a popular New York actress who was .nuarried in a aurry, and Mr. J. B Wilson, who played the uart :of Benjamin Bach- ieior, who married Miss Arbuckle at Qrst sight. Air. Wilson kept the aud- ience in a roar of laughter ail through tne play, and .this is a rare treat for tne people of.Lethbridge to see a company who are.starring in this par- ticular play, and it is well worth, their A complete line of vaud- eville is -carried with the .company, so there is no long" waits between the acts, making a complete show from start to finish. "..This play will be presented again -tonight at the Maj- estic. technical education that, great school, a fact which emphasizes and want, .for 'training more than any opinions From.-what "was brought out by the board here at--" other places, it -is estimated million dollars are schools, by peppJei in Canada ..who desire tesh nical which cannot be under; the system of pub.lic STiT-Bennett estimated' tiere.are nearly 500-pupils in this dis- trict.; who have agreed to pay from sixty .dollars for courses ixi s'chools. Not all .-of these "pupils go through with their, wonder then with.that ;per-- .These herbs in feetrknowledge'of that we pounding Psychine" it to the notice; ,We pt the -aiousandi J it made. ______________build vitality' of cure, who are not getting well, and :no other preparation wilU- ThathasVprveii itself -in nearly the' ird-.- of a -116 "other third-.- Dp -Tea ironder that we buy preparation has proven Mtselt hundreds "of- thousands oS-.-50-cent hot- ties', of -Psychine; from" the.' druggists-; of fojhat f ive to those Vho try it? Grippe, Con'ghi Bronchitis x -Weak Lungs vltfclity. and increases Vhit'e' corpuscles'- of the. teacher; would :be a: great help tothe student; He. had many -times been in his efforts tc mastec-.the problems set before him absent and invisible teachers at Scranton.- ial. -wheat being free. Xt2 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS., Proprietors. Office next Arcade. Phone 1163. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by. car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P.. O. Box 2060 MAJESTIC THEATRE BLDG. Kpiey Transfer Draying promptly attended to Hay and grain for quantity. Phone, 5861 Office Opposita Methodist Church. REVfl. GEORGE BRYCE, LL. D., F. R. S. C. Winnipeg, Representative of the West. "While here the distinguished mem- bers were taken to the Coal Creel mines by General Manager and shown. the large plant. A session lasting from four to six war held in the council chamber in th< afternoon, and another from eight tc ten in the evening. Dr. Bryce opened the proceedings with a short address explanatory., of the -object, scope and the territory to be covered, by the commission. Mayou Kerchmer made a very brief speech, welcoming the board to the city, after which he was sworn as the first to AT FERNIE.. .DUTY' Otf WHEAT ,Chain.ber- the maximum., on wheat proposed fcy 'the tariff Reformers is sixpence per Hundred., weight, or "two of the wnitei-'corpuscles of the enough, destroy erery many of them do; one of policemen or scaven- thpse -who .had -.Taken a full course ir' mining .while engaged at his occupa- tion. Coal Creek; bar risen froin a common miner to position Tof mine superintendent. Thir manrwas a .most; enthusiastic support- .the: establishing of technical r SorcThrqat .Spring ,'Ettrij-Declihe. CatarrKal Affections -Indigestion.. 'Catarrh "of Stomach Poor Appetite j- Chilla .Sleeplfssneiwand Xerrons Troubles v After-effccts of .Pleurisj, Pneumonia and La Grippe. Now. we ._ don't. our _ gets into the body, word for tremeridously keeps the .body healthy. effect Psychine. rFinrOUtt'" I accept yoor Coffer, to. 'try.S SOd-'lBbttli r of. (pronounced '-Si keen) .Ae-.- jour expense: ,-i ibt'' bottle-. of "-Pijchine Kindly my draggist-to' 'this bottle to.me.: f- My Druggist's Street and-Jfnmbcr a; Tliiscoupon fcnotifoadfo___ of Psychineif presented to the be sent -will the, of Psychine ;f him.to you. This offer niay. be any time X? mm DAUGHTER L'Ociginali' the iron; bars of: the jail shillings-per Foreign wheat where Albert Blondin'; the y' :fs to De taxed, .home' and colon- He says it" is -of wnoie grain rather than, flour so that milling may be .done.-" here, -and our farmers have the "benefit of offals for reeding- stock. The ;duty on flour snouifl, -be little iigher in proportion than- the -wheat -duty. When a cold becomes settled in the system, it will take several days' treatment to cure it, and -the best rem- edy to use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than any other, and -also leaves the system; in a -iatural and healthy condition. Sold by i druggists. William' A. .-Empey .of of.JEva "the. daughter of the prisoner, lib.''marriage 'this afternoon.'; t Before Vars, Dupuis lived-in that the father' of Eva was taken; to, jail the Blondin- family moved.to'-Otlawa. and Dupuis "also" in this city-; "Before for- 01-" of' the trial- tcrday Dupuis and, Miss Blondin visit-' ed the jail. After having first secured the permission of the jailor, the pair were led into the corridor into which the 'prisoners1 cells open. After the usual greetings between Dupuis, Miss BJondin. and t-he imprisoned man an awkward pause followed. Finally Du- taken away to, the'Cpenltgntiary; serve his have, a good'' position and am'' welt .By BlODdin tlirusfc: ..hand, titrowgh- the' ol .tbe cell .that; separated- the'two; and "grasped thb-outstretclied hand of piiis JR.-silencer '1' After a. moment1 Blondin'said'to his' daughter-'. "Do not worry-over -the. position.'of '.your 'father. wheniyou get a tearful parting the imprisoned-fatter, -Eva Blondin .left the jail with her The'ceremony was to have been.held aest Ecnth, Dupuis confided to a friend, as he'confidently-expected the1 acquittal of his It has now been postponed until the spring. is a- report ;that troops went over- to' the- reyolutfb'nists The total importation of ostrich leathers into the United States for consumption during the fiscal year end ed June to" The .territory .affected shaped -Irom..a hundred miles 'theVcity.--; of, Mexico to the United'-States: border. in ..adaition fighting., is.; reporieilgin .fuebio and Vera .'the icKly stops conghs, cnrcs hctlsl ttroatand, .25 cents. AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- (sfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty J.A, Smith, 414 Wood St, Lethbridgs, Alberta. Regular sales at J, C. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St., on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. GENEKAL DELIVERY WAGGONS Sis-siso. All Hand Made. Best Materials and Workmanship. L. H. FOWLER CO. Corner Smith and Bnfferin Strectfe. D. FORSTHE, B. A. Principal Berlin Collegiate Institute arid Manual Training School. give testimony regarding the munici- pality and its assessment, its size anc population, assessed valuation and rate of tax, especially that for purposes. After the mayor came members oS the Michel miners' union, Principal 3rucs -of ths city schools, W. S. Stanley of the school board, Mrs F. C. La-R'e of the Ladies' Benevolent Society, Messrs. Pedlar and Bennett, editor? of the local pa- pers, Rev. Father Michels of the Ro- man Catholic church, and several re- presentatives of the local labor .unions The unanimous verdict of these'wit- nesses was in favor of technical ant- industrial schools -which ality Per box of Ten (Cork Tips.) ;