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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETUBlVlDflE DAILY HERALD FHIDAY, NOVEMBKlvai. 1010 Measuring Depth of Grain in Cap For Delicate Childre Grain Shipment in Winnipeg Yafds RETAIL MERCHANTS START OWN BAKERY RE-TRAINING OF PARTIALLY DISABLED WAR VETERANS I turned last week no less limn ten will icomo under the'regulations of the-Mil-1 ilary Hospitals Commission for re- Wfanipjeg. NOT. 22. The North End Retail Merchants' association ot Thc organization of training and in- with .Mr. P. Page, the Commercial plant "from Buckwold" company. struction tor returned veterans whose Specialist in McDoagall Hig i merchants contributing The assoc'.a- .Usability is snch that they cannot beuoolm charge. Ine w wm suuplv its'own members follow their former occupation is be-. responds 10 that given by Mr. ler.J with bread aid deliveries will also be coming a problem, of increasing mi-; in the evening class in iin.. made to the houses. j ponance apd of the' Edmonton Public men returning to Alberta are School Board. {taking advantage of the opportunities class in Motor Mechanics in Institute i offered them deserves the highest: of Technology. commendation. These men ha're done j ,ho of the is not difficult to sc: how rapidly the work will have to develop. their bit and have returned home with disabilities so serious that they are unable to carry on.the kind of work, hood before tile war. If with this hard- ship they bring back .wltb them the spirit of buoyancy and pluck which i carried them through at the iiont and themselves for efficient service in other walks of life, they should of Teciinoioqy and Art and _Mmtary Hospitals "Commission, c c.gnt months coursB in: nto, offered to: ocommeyed for 5Ilcn aj earnings of the Xam'aka farm are based "in the past 2V: years, during which Mr. Lane has owned and managed it. and the earnings of the High Iliver property are for the cur- rent The bonds have been arranged serially to mature each year at the r.ito beginning on Decem- ber 1. 1917. The purpose of the is- sue, it is stated, i3 to provide for tho retirement of the mortgage, ami to enable Mr. Lane, with the bal- ance, to refund .bank advances.- As an evidence of the productivity of Sir. Lane's lands, it is shown that Iii3 threshing returns for lillo gave a yield of bushels of barley, bushels of oats, 40.SS1 bus- ihels of wheat, and bushels jut- total of 255.248 bushels i His properties, it is explained further in the prospectus, are operated as a hose nea recommended for such a! _ iir. the prospectus, are operatea as a course'under the regulations of the Gco. Lane's Modem farming P lor which Basis of i and are only awaiting ap- i Ottawa before joining thc adapted. Apart from the stap 'Apartments of cattle, hogs and grain ralsIiiB- a specialty, has been mad< of the breeding ol pure-bred Percher Vinol isa wonderful strength creator for dren, because it contains in deliciousiy palatable form the oldest and most fa- mous reconstructive tonics known; to medicine. During the last sixteen years it has brought health and happi- ness to thousands of children. Full Formula on Every Bottle is always with a definite guarantee to return the purchaser's money Hit fails to give few bottles are returned. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., DRUGGISTS, LETHBH1DGE, ALTA. the best druggrist in all Alberta towns. fact. he was tlie richest man who ever ran for President with nny hope oC i pulthiK thu office. I Washington was a rich man Tor his day, but Ills wealth was far less than thai possessed by Tilden. SUCCESS OF NEW REMEDY FUR KlDNEtSfRHEUMTISg. VON STEIN Prussian Minister of War, who succeeds Von Hoherhorn. TILDEN RICHEST NOMINEE Dear Mr. 1 suffered for yews with backache. Last March I tried have used this m-K kid- ney medicine recently discovered 07 Dr. Pierce, and it was Trormerfu. the way it eased the pain and gave me relief in such u short time. I navo tried several medicines, but is the only one that gave satisfaction, I feel it my duty to recommend Anuric Tablets to any one who suffers BS I Sid. I Signed MBS. MAKOARET E. NOTE Folks in town and adjoining counties are delighted with the class. The Institute is providing equip. Comparatively Poor Men Generally Chosen for Presidential Race Both political parties have a .habit of selecting comparatively poor men for President, says the Philadelphia Public Ledger. In this generation there has not been a rich Presiden- tial least not rich as defined by the American lexicon. Roosevelt is the richest Republican who was ever President or Hepubll- can nominee tor a sojourn in the Vhite House. Wilson, Taft, McKin- oi', Cleveland Harrison. Garfield. Grant. Arthur, Hayes, Johnson and Jncoln were not rich. Nor were the ominees, including Bryan, Blaine nd Hancock, possessed of great for- unes. Samuel .T. Tilden, however, was an exception to tho -general rule. He vas a inuti-millionaire, and much he wealthiest "nominee of either -arty since before the 'Civil War. In late weak, Wt-of-order stomachs that: and therein similar to that provided in curiiy which has been gives It its millions of sales annually.! Leht theEnglish SSguage the Ogden .Military Convalescent Hos- George Lane t Company, Limited, as SeiUtie. at the Aiaska-Yukon-Pacmc Oeta large fifty-cent case of Pape's j fneQ a general pital. ;a first mortgage on the .company's Exposition, he established by Diapeiisis from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic is a scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach preparation which cation while they are convalescing. Evening Classes at Normal School i Many of the returned men whose, disability is such to bring them un- truly belongs in evety Uer the regulations of the Military Hospitals Commission for retraining had secured positions and were unwill-. ing to give up their jobs to take a re- training Bourse. These men.-were, how ever, anxious to receive instruction in the evening. A class has therefore I been organized and through the cour- tesy of Dr. E. W, Coffin, principal oE school, it is being given I! DON'T IE IF CHILD'S mitted to do in the way of occupation the land, for the payment or ment; J. A. MacKmnon, Manager ol or education mast he subject io the maturity (December I, Wlllow Creek Ranch; Ate. Mac closest supervision of the medical ex-, CvO of this issue is reserved. i nougall. 'Manager 01 the T. -Ranch; pnrts It is reco-niz-d however thrt The properties, which Mr. Lane isjr.nd VV. H. Willson, Office Manager p P ;st have something to giving as security are: The Bar V.. Accountant. There are also four If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver ''and Bowels. A laxative today saves a sick child Children simply will not next February and Hay. Mr. Perry has charge of this class. Evening Class in Sanitary Science iio. something to think about to keep UanCh, situated v.-ost of High River, I ihe eldest of whom is in active them in the best mental and emotion- and comprising acres, ot which jcliargo of the company s oeef cattle, al tone. [20.601 acres are uncultivated. IVMO Lambert, in the Toronto From the above it is abundantly i ac'rss cultivated, ar.d 300 acres of .al IQlobo. 'evident that, ths re-training of the par- falfa, fencing, pcnnaneiit buildings; conceited woman who is al- "Dear usually alally disabled men IB rap'wiy'becom-'and portable granaries; take the time from play to empty Sanitary Department and their bowels, which become clogged up others desire to Quality with waste, liver gets sluggish, stom such positions An evening class i ing a problem of considerable magni-; the Willow Creek Ranch, ways spying tucle. Of the twenty-seven men who re- about forty miics south of the liar means it. at Normal School. u., and comprising S.fiTG acres of iin- j Several of the men have positions Look at the tongue, mother! If coat- ed, or'your child is cross, fev- erish, breath bad, restless, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat" or any other children's ail- a t'easpoonful 01 "Californ- ia Figs." then don't worry, because It is perfectly harmless, and in a few hours all this constipation poison, sour bile and fermenting waste will gantly( move out of the bowels, and you h'ave a well, playful has been formed with an enrolment of j five which is being prepared for thc' examination of the Hoyal Sanitary In- stitute. Mr. L.H. Bennett of the staff of the Institute of Technology and Art' has charge of this class, which also meets at the Normal school. Only two evenings a week are giver, to act'ja! teaching, as considerable reading and home stuuy Is necessary in this course .Mr. Dunn, the City Sanitary Inspector has.kindly consented to co- ,e with Mr. Dennett in giving the UONUIH, rfnu juu i ODerate wjth Mr Hennett in giving me child asain. A thorough "inside cleans- 0Jurse Inspection offers a inj" is oftimes all that is necesaarj-. occupation for many of It should be the first treatment given any sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle nf "California Syrup of which has full directions for babies, children the partially disabled men. Evening-Clais In Edmonton In Edmonton among thc men who In Edmonton among inn men WHO in own es Jjjgjlg frgjj, gyggjfl gf fgyfaf or who are cr, pension there are a of all ages and foV grown-up's plainly number who. while they have johs of i trlnted on the bottle. Look carefully onj kind or another, are desirous of j ind see that it Is made by the "Call- j qualifying to a civil service position, j Syrup I An evening class has been formed i 1 cultivated iand, acres of 'CUltivat- land, acre's of alfalfa, fencingi perniaiient tiie -Y.-T. I [iianch. situated IPII miles fl'Ora ipion, and coniiirisijig 300 acres _ unciiltivated land, ooo acres of ciiitl- j Does night find you rated land, permanent buildings, I nervcs tired to test? thirteen portable granaries and fene-1 jrn. ing; Namaka and Strangmuir situated at Namalia and i Strangmuir stations, about forty miles east of Calvary. two j farms are adjacent to each other, and have a combined area of acres, of which acres are highly, culti- vated, and acres arc unculti- vated. Town property In High River, in- cluding the Lane and Kmerson block and the [dominion Bank 'Slock, valued at constitutes thc balance of The average not earnings per an-1 nerve-CcnterS. Vour rir1 j town wero The j Scot! Covmc. Toronto, Out. is the food-tonic that corrects these troubles. Its pure cod liver oil is a cell-building food to purify and enrich the blood and 'nourish own eyaveoane, the newest discovery of Dr- Pierce, who is bead .of the IsyiLins' HOTEL and StmaicAL INSTITUTE, in Buffalo, N. Those who started the day with a back- ache, stiff-legs, arms and muscles, and an aching head (worn oat before tin dav began because they were in and oufe of "bed half a dozen times at night) appreciating the perfect rest, comfort and new strength they obtained from Dr. Pierce'j Aunric Tablets. To prove that this u a certain uric acid solvent and conquers headache, -kidney and bladder diseases and if you've never nsed the cut this out and eend ten cento to Doctor Pierce for a large sample package. This prove to you that "Annne" la thirty -seven times more wttve than lithia in eliminating uric the most perfect kidney and bladder cor- rector. If you are a sufferer, go to yolir best druggist and ask. for a 60-cent box of "Annric." You ran no for Dr. Pierce's good name elands behind Mnfl wonderful new discovery as; it nu (or the past half century, for his "Uolden Medical a general, tonic made from roots with pure which makes the blood htt "ia- Prescription" for women and "Pleasant Pelleta" for Irm till, Pointing again that from every viewpoint of Printing Service the weight of argu- ment tells you to Phone The Herald for a man to look after your wants. ;