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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fo buy ana give away hunareds bottles of'Psychine SI- keen) if we know from a third of a century's experience that it was the greatest vitality-builder of the age? TheXgthbridgeDaily Saturday, October S, 1910. teov- what mean to TJS .These es-t any germ ,were Psycbine a preparation without of disease that ssiss entrAnoe to tke action. body, when they're in large eaeagh Bu-ss-bers of Psy m ;isi an (for whichVe THE CANADIAN C1M (Continued from page visitors to Canada do not aiways stop over in the smaller citle? and "men with a mission" are apt to think that when tney nave spoken ir and .Montreal, they have prei- y fully reported they have done ai; they need do: To remedy this is om of .ihe chief aims of the new associ ion, of which .Mayor Sanford Evar. s president, and Mr. R. Wilson Refor: Montreal vice-president. The pla-. -And we go out of business Wlten they're aet sufficient !v strong, But we're not going out of business" tb8 Surras devour them and blJH retail price) foi a'pd our- confidence that we're not 7s diseasg holds body; a ef Psyohine to be given For centuries almost, herbs, nature's a 50-cent you free J will undoubtedly buy and distri- in this manner hundreds of thoc- own remedies, -have been the mos: ef- sands of these 50-cent bottles of chine. r confidence in this wonderful prepa v nce that nas been base our confidence that we're not :ba3ed -upon our third of a century's experience with Psychiae.' years after Confederation we "H commenced compounding Psychine. r-haz time, we save seld many foe disease millions of bottles. have-'cured many hundreds of very definitely And we do that to show our virulent and sftestlmes fatal cases af diseases. -But new science tells cs certain tion> we have in our files many hundreds of these herbs Increase the .number ot v tneusands of unsolicited testi- the white carries and their strength. e .tbat a-as l -..-'monials, _. Ui on our 30 years experience with th, And '-we have grown from a small herbs are incorporated splendid preparation., with a full knov to be one of the largest pro- m ?f _the hundreds of thousands manufacturers in this coun- to of the earth for j these Arabia, to South Amer- Here "then is proof that we fcave in ica, to China aad to Jasan. a preparatien wiih abundant land idemonstrated effectiveness, more so other preparation we, or any- f else, ever heard of; l L Here.then is the reason of our unal- And" the result is a in Psychiae, that it third of a century' tie most eHeetive the greatest preparation of vitality-builder the worid has known. its load in'the world. -m. A. %jaTe iBsaeii 6 OI3e preparation tnat has cursa "Crated buying .nSn- 'many of; the following ais- for a series of addresses, incluo- ing not only the big but a pro portion of the'little ones. Tne Women's Canadian ciubs ar one of the most interesting phases mis -movement. Owing natu; are compounded-in the most chemical appliances in this coun- cures it has made. j COUPON 60 To the Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Ltd. 193-395 SoadLia. Ave., Toronto I accept' rottr offer to frj a fflc. bottle of Ptyctiin-j iprof.ounceti at yo-nr expense. I have noi had.a. oOc. wula or Psrchi.-o under this plan. lundly nivi-s is- druggist to deliver this bottle to zne. of .tiousands of Dottles of Psy chine- to give to those, who should use. '.To .those who are blindly groping ..In .the dark, for relief from -their --misery, who may perhaps be using -.wrong methods to recover their -health their strength. 'greatest and effective agents, for the bodily .health, are the corpuscles, phagocytes. eases: la Grippe Bronchitis jETeinorrhajjes Sore Throat Aaaeinia Female Weataess Indigestion Poor Appetite Ciiills and Fevers Seepiessnes? and Nerroas Troubles After-effects of Plecrisy, La Grippe Bronchial Coagrhs Weak Lungs TTeak Voice Spring "Weakness Decline of Stoiaacii ZsishS S-weats Obstinate Coagha Laryngitis aad My Name Town Street and XcTalser 2Uy JDrnggist's Xatne. SlreetanS' N F M.'E. AGAR, Presideht St., John, N.B., Canadian Cfub -he lead of all Canada, Many emin- nt women became officers of -the clubs, among them John, Mrs. .B: A. Falconer in for- on ii-not good for a 5nc. botUe of_PsychiEc if presented to the drngirist iCmuKtbe seat- -we trill- then buy- ihe 5.-3C. of 'from rour direct b m to oeliver "is to yott. offer may be -withdrawn at anj nine -without notice- Send cowpoa to-oaj. GEO. TAY choice fresh Cut Roses, Car of the Cut RUSSIAN TOWN ARRIVALS 1 1 ixncfcev, .R-ussia, Oct. A fire wined out" a large section of this town today. Three .the per-pecture. of .police, and forty-four ,othc-r j were 'iurrieSr A. Owen, Minneapo Us; E. M. .Sniwautiee, Wis.; A. iv. Leitch, F.' J. Deane, Cran-brooir, J. J: Calgary Frank Utrtls, CanisT.cn: W. H. -White Tor And all other Flowers in sea- SOIL Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants of kinds and to rent Free delivery to all parts of .the: citr. GEO.TAITLOR FLORIST Comer -Bartlett -and London Hoad; Phone 675' P. O'Box 1353. W. President Regina Can, ian Club of the meetings, the original Canadi clulbs could not. adapt themselves the participatioa of- women: and 1 the autumn ,of 1907 Montreal took tl lead by organizing- the Women's Cai.' aoUan club of that. city, v.-itlj Lady Urummond as president, Madame Dan jaurand as vice-president Mrs. Walton Us treasurer and Mrs. R. 'Wilson Re- i lord as secretary. Almost at the same Appendicitis Oared By "Frait-a-tives" NEWBURCH. ONT.. Feb. lath. 1910. 3bo.llt a year ago, our daughter Ella (fourteen years'-, with temble pams m the right side The pain was so severe that we had to carry Her to bed. at once put ber under the care of a first-class doctor, TVUO pronoimced it a case of Appendicitis ancl advised an operation. took hei tc a hospital in Kingston where she was agaiu examined by an eminent specialist He said she-had Appendicitis and must be operated on at (mce.ij we wanted to save her life As we had taken her to Kingston to have uus done we were ready but our daughter was afraid and cried and begged so gitifully, that we postponed for that day.; Luckily for us aod for her an uncle caine in with and insisted -on Ella taking them. .Good results were apparent almost from tfte and the continuous cured h'er. 'Fruit-a-tives' saved bur from the surgeon's knife and to-day she is enjoying the best of health." W. FOX. LILLIAN FOX, Words cannot express the gratitude of-Mr. .and Mrs. Fox, And Miss Ella will always remember "Fruit-a- of an eminent physician, and.the only medicine -in the world made of fruit. 5oc. a box, 6 for or trial 250, At dealers, or sent, postpaid, on of price b tives LiJWied, Ottawa, ame a formed in Mrs. Sanford Evans nt. _ Both ..clubs, together MAYOS w- SANFORD EVANS, Csnsdian Club and President of Federation couver. present president of the Montreal club is Mrs. Roswell i-isher. .A. president of the rT V Trotter' Montreal berman's Association Of F- G Nova Scotia, died at Parrsbur> D" G.T.R. will this fall and'win- ter rebuild and strengthen all. its bridges between Midland and Port Hope. The .barn' of. Wesley Johnson, near I Battersea, ;was--struck and. destroyed, wich tie crops, ni r'a' surplus for the past Under the title of. Canadian duos' utilCiO ilivll riiD-! 1 v rfTOe, Kipp_; James Fletcher, Mont- enile -Courts, in which; Winnipeg took' a Hanf--Waukegan, J1L; J. PP Smith, Kentuckvn Basil sson ons R- TaJrlor- Cromwell, Vancouver; iirs, EarcklF, Great Falls; G. Refaus> .HamHton, Out.; 1288.. Aa. impostor, who'-eTaims" to be a I Mason and a S. A. veteran, is allwc- ed to 'have swindled .-people near sron. den's Female v TTLETHBRIDGE-P. W. 'MantonV G. Mclntosh, Toronto; G. W. Heath- 'J. F. Bra-dshaw, Magrath- F; A. -Rees, R. Parkinson, Chas. Mettei, John A. Banev, TVm. S Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works C. H. Bricker. Winnipeg- Si- Ortono, xSan Francisco- S Alexander, Fernirt; James Stirling" jPassDurg; 'Georse McMuhon, Calgary; J. F. Brags; ancl wife, Victoria; R. E A Coip, Bow Island; Arthur Harvie" Cleveland; D.. Balcovste, Winnipeg': Mrs. Z. L. Wilson, Brooks. Walker, Nantoru; B. How. Stavcly; Mr. and Mrs.' 7 and chiKren, Stavely; D. B The -Very C. PAGET, D. D., WM- "GODFREY, President -President Calnary Canadian. Club Canadian Club William Ross, T- Cr- A- B. Jackson, Frank; :J. K. Torrance, Calvary; Mrs. Dav- n Miss E- Pelletier, George Pelletier, Monarch; W. J, Macdonald, i Maclcod; H. S. Peltetier. Monarch- F I J. Lac-kins, Salt Lakci; C. H. Packer i Tornngton, V.'yo.; W. S. Cooper 4.' i guay Calgary; W. Guthrie, Medicine: Hat; H. Cundjii, Aldorado i COALDALE D. Pincher Creel, Wn, J. "rhorSS daughter, Onllias Ray Smith, Ma- grath; C. G, Denton, Diamond WOKKS: BUKDETT STREET All orders are.entrusted to competent work- men and receive prompt and careful attention tentioh. j i tula, H. Xuss, MHk River: A. L Wagner, Center Burgh, Ohio. -Fi Airlie, H. Maxwell Great tie, A. G. Christie, Wm. MacLennan. Casper; GCO L. Pease, Stuart; Jesse G. i-dano Falls: C. W. Richard I .son, Calgary; C. (J. Richardson, F. hllicott, W. B. Woodling JJrarv: C. Parsons, J Calvary; Jas. Harrison" BALMORAL-JacTc Linherg. f. G. Farrman.-Barr Hill m, H. L. Klepping. Wm. i Spri-s' s- D-'; H- Barons Janu- Geo WINDSOR-Theo. Erno, .Spokane- I. Rogers, Vancouver- Thos J Frank Rott fleeter, Iron Springs- Carinanjray; C. Frank Adams-on. Great M Reitzsch, Chotrau, w NoblP, Jron sprincsi; H. M. Sh'eddv' i Champion: H. Anderson, Fernie R J. Dunbc, W. Wusson, Clarcsholm. Simplest the -worldf BUT ahoes at 'The--Crosby Shoe OIL Eotiiid St. This Is the best; all round peoples' shoe store In where there are no fancy prices. Everything is marked at a livinp; o profit, where the customer can see it. See Our Windows A special b.Tinch of snaps for Some odds and ends, in- Ladies' Pat. that sold for -Sizes 4, 5, 6 and 7. Ladies' Cloth Top Pat. Btu that sold at There are hundreds of such snaps, that you must see tc believe. ihe Crosby Shoe: Store PERCY GiOSBT ProBrietor SU1T of the Winnipeg-: grain r an f four 'block on adjoining dur the construction of the exchange- contractors for the is alleged. MACKAY, '-President Canadian Club Toronto somewnat different purpose, namely tnat of keeping alive the ties uniting the expatriated Canadian to the home land. Some of them, such as the York and Boston clubs-are very large in membership and powerful in influ- ence. Their number is constantly j growing and they are found in places as remote as Yokohama, Japan, and Mexico' City, Mexico. EDMONTON ENGINEERS HAD SOCIAL EVENING (Edmonton Town Topics) The stationary engineers of the Ed- monton district held a most success- ful open meeting in the Mechanics Hall on Thursday evening. Mr. Peter occupied the chair and performed the -functions of presiding genius in a pleasant and efficient man ner. The programme was a rather unique one, comprising songs, instrumental j numbers, and instructive papers by j the members of'the engineering pro- jiession in the city and district. The chairman's opening remarks were 'brief and appropos, setting' forth the objects of the meeting and extend- ing a hearty welcome to those friends who were the guests of the engineers for the evening. Miss Constance Buck rendered sev- eral solos in almost faultless style, notably which was en- tnusiastically received >by her hearers. The papers and addresses by the engineers contained much of value to members of the profession, while the numerous and sage remarks of'Mr. j Von Augiberg caused rippJei of merri- ment. Mayor Lee was one of the speakers and commented on the worthy aims and good fellowship existing among (tiie engineers of the city, and the pleasure he found in meeting with j tnem for a social evening. i many women, there 'are .l -to-" these words applj' exactly They ar.e in they almost" wish, struggle tbxough. each that they were. Frequent loss of energy, loss of biliousness and indigestion a, In nearly every case the cause of it all is chronic constipation, that trouble so often made light of, but which brings about so. much suffering. As a result 'of it the whole system is. filled with impurities and almost everything, including the special functions of womanhood, goes wrong. Hundreds of thousands, of" "women -have had reasoi to thank Dr. Morse's ihdian Root Pills for relief from all this chain pf miseries, and for restor- ation to health and happiness. For Over fifty years end in. every 'part of world, these Pitts ha-Je been tested and proved a .great female medicine. Being purely vegetable, they are not harsh like salts and so many other purgatives, nor do they weak- en, sicken or gripe. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are "a perfect blood purifier, and a sure cure for biliousness indigestion, headache, sallow complexion, liver and' kidney troubles, pimples, boils and other ailments that arise from the sluggish action of bowels liver or kidneys. By purifying the blood and invigorating every organ in the whole body they relieve and cure female ailments and restore normal healthy conditions. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are, 'in truth t blessing to women, as Mrs. Harrison, of Richmond, va., found. She writes first TOed Dr- s5 and I must state that I found them a attacks' which conibined to spells wheu I used to wonder in the morniaff-how.I could anagetoget through my household I should have bed. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have made I the chaj3e from MORSE is For Sale Everyivlier ;