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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 Everything that experi- ence, good chefs and the i markets afford. G-et your nSxt meal here. Lunches and Afternoon Teas at all hours. iDlTORS VISITED BINES 10 SUGAR FAaORY What .was practically the binding-1 product' of'iheTac .tp pf' the visit to Lethbridge of the of. business was, "J 1 factory. Next order up of the visit to Lethbridge of the j ot business was, "Have your photo j i .members of "the Alberta and Eastern several" gijoup pictures of the B, C. Press Association was the trip party grouped'about the engine of I yesterday afternoon out to the big 'J--' i No.. 6 mice, and the even larger, and' I to many, the more interesting plant of. the' Knight Sugar Co. at Ray- The thirty newspaper men and I members of the board oi trade in i about, equal numbers, wera.the. .guests of General Manager N'aismith and the Alberta Railway-and Irrigation Co., who placed at their disposal a special train- consisting of two splendidly equipped coaches. 'Visited No. C "Oh "the train, "starting at two o'- clock sharp, they -were taken out to No. -6 -mine and spent almost an hour looking over the plant. Mr. Naisniith himself .guided the. psfty and assisted by Assistant Mine Engineer Living- ston, explained the details of "the vast" machinery. The box car grasping large box cars in "its'mighty: grasp and swing them al- rno.st on end from one side to the oih order-that the ends of the cars might be attracted much at- tention and wonder, The'whole party climbed up into-the huge steel tipple, most complete and up- to-date on- the conlinoct and watch- ing the "almost human working of the -labor-saving machinery which' handled "the loaded the ,cbal, jand ,.the empties from the see- ,'cnd' they arrived at "the pit -head un- til -they were, gone below again. The visitors, were also taken through the.-complete and up-to-date engine and other machin- ery, ,-rboms. Sugar Factory We Cater to ie Best Trade Qlimbihjr: aboard" the cars again, a tlemen the quickffcun Avas made to Raymond. The' I party..'. was- met at." the sugar iac- tory-'hy-Ravmond Knight, manager of the" Sugar Co.'. Jas." E. Elli- the factory, and Wal- lace -Cowievvthe chemist. Although, -owing'--to 'the'recent rain, 'the start- ing up" of 'th'tJI'fac'tory for its year's "jun had been postponed.for a day or all- -the. machinery was in mo- tion for -the occasion.and the water was turned'.'pn" that -brings the beets from the' the chinea, washers, and a number of beets sent through. Messrs.'Knight, Ellison and Cowley each took parties through from, one -end- of the. great building- to the other, and irorn the top. to the, explaining the Canning. .Bel6re leaving the factory, rounds oi cheexa. were given for Messrs. Ellison and Cowley, tiie-former .two .'responding Mo ...cries ot" 'Speech a- tew well expresw-d- '.'glad to you! Cornel again remarks. .J When about half way home from the. factoly. the--whole party; tor some reason or "other 'Crowded up into forward, forward coach where-, .Mr. "Naismith was seated. Someone gave'that mysterious signal, which has been having such a peculiar- effect..on a number .of the. most "distinguished" visitors arid leading' citiz-ens during the last .two days." Immediately Mr., W. A- .Bu- chanan, addressing Mr. Tsaismith, "Oh. behalf of.'the mem- bers of- Eastern'Brit- ish (Columbia r Press (here made to mount seats, in lieu of a "plat- we desire-to express to ".you of your kindness to- 'day .in' placing this" "train at- our dis- posal ami out to No., 6 and to Raymond-. We, appreciate it more than we can' tell-you, and we ask-you to accept, this'pair of field-classes arid, case as a; niark of our .apprecia- tion, so that'when-next'the newspap- ermen come'to -Lethbridge, you can- see them ,wh'cn they are yet eighteen or twenty I away, and get out arrive, We, of the- Vjar.ner bavc a studio u by A. Tolraan they tnreshed at his home in tht. west end flf targe Mie 35 ecafs. Now is tlie time when your children are very a.pt to catcli cold. The sudden changes in the weather, the difference between school' and house and open air, getting uncovered at night, all often lead to sore throats, coughs and grippe. of Tar Cod liver Oil should be tali en at the first symptoms. Children find its taste pleasant, and it keeps them well and strong, No better combined cure and tonic has ever been compounded. Ask for Mathieu's Syrup of Tar and Cod Liver Oil. Where there is fever with the cold take Mathieu's Nervine Powders to reduce the fever and relieve the pain. They are sold in boxes of 18 powders-for 250. J. L. MATHIEU CO., Prop's. SHERSRGOKE, QUE, DISTRIEUTORS FOR CANADA FOLEY 'BROS. LARSON COMPANY Death We are pained to report the death of the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Per- cy Wynder, two years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Wynder, while visit- ing Utah last winter, lost one child, an-d this bereavement falls heavily. The sympathy of many friends is one consolation at such a tinre. A. M. Heppler feels these days that troubles do not come singly. Yester- i day Iiis three-year-old child accident- j J ally found a iin of lye and enough i was taken into the mouth to give I grave fears for its recovery. Dr. Lynn attended and the child is report ed" as recovering and out of danger. Mrs. .Heppier is going down the i hospital this 10 be operated up- I on for appendicitis. All hope that the will have a successful oper- ation. The Cardsion Ward Choir tendered a reception in honor ot ihf. kindly services of Mr. Jos. Banner. Invita- tions were out to friends of the choir j to the- number of fifty odd. Thern was a fine program of music and speeches and a-delightful lunch serv- ed in the Relief Society Tin- evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all present, and Mr. Banner in his I speech in responding showed how deep i ly grateful'he felt for this kindly re- cognition, t i Mr. and Mrs. Thos. S. Lowe, of Kimball, departrd this week for aj visit to friends in Ihr south. Thc {tempt to thus benefit Mrs. Lowe's i health we trust, will be productix-e of the. (iesirit! result. After nearly months' abscr.oe i visiting friends in l.'tah and Idaho, Thos. Dtice returns oin-c more LO liis (lardsioir hoirr and friends. A most hearty welcome awaits him. While crossing The St. Mary's River iiritr tin- farm, Wilfred Woolf I'oinui the stream cxccrding'.y arid snw his horse land on one side, his rig go down stream the side fiuiii vhich In- stui'trU. Ko Since the world was new there have been imposters. Great men and remarkable achievements are all imitated to a greater or less extent. An attempt at imitation is always s tribute to the greatness of the man or the worthiness of the thing imitated. Herpicide is a Scientific Achievement The Original Remedy to Kill the Dandruff Germ and Up to Date the Only One That Does It. Others have tried to imitate it. but without success. It stands alone, -the peer of all hair preparations. "Used as directed, Herpieide removes the dead scarfskin, which is so unsightly and annoying, checks further accumulation by killing the Dandruff Germ, stops tailing hair and brings both scalp and hair to normal health. Unless completely atrophied, the follicles take on new life, manifested by a strong, vigor- ous growth of hair. Completely Bald for S Years Pontiac, Illinois. I was almost -completely bald for the last eight years and tried every remedy adver- tised without benefit, Herpi- cide immediately removed the itching ami feverish sensa- tion. I now have a'fine silky growth of hair started which is growing every day. There was no'sign of a hair before. J. R. JOHNSON. Care of Reformatory. GUARANTEED To Kill the Dand- ruff Germ. To Stop Itching of Scalp. To Check Falling Half. FOR SALE AT DRUG STORES. There Nothing Just as Good.' Don't Be Fooled. Ask for Herpicide and Get It. One Bottle Brings Results, Jonesboro, Term. I have just tried a bottle of your Herpicide and' find it very satisfactory as it has en- tirely removed the dandruff from my hair and started my aair growing nicely. A. G. WETI-TERLY. APPLICATIONS AT THE BEST BARBER SHOPS ONE DOLLAR BOTTLES GUARANTBRD. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ltd. Our SPECIAL AGENTS FOR YOUR CITY. THE HAIR AND ITS CARE Contains tilings everybody should Uuow. the advice ni this book followed for one gen- t-ration 'A bald head would be a curi- osity. Sent Free Upon Request. For Kin in DOSIHKR a large sample of will be sent, with the book. THE HERPICIOK COMPANY. Dope. ;