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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. Septenibfe September iTtli, 1910. 4 ill Oct For many years, I suffered from severe attacks were i irerjr distressing and prevented, me from doing my ordinary work; I tried many and physicians' treatments, bat nothing seemed; me inuch. good, jand- 11 was' becoming very anxious 'for fear I would become a permanent 1'cripple from the disease.. _- I- "Eruit-a-tives" and this medicine has entirely cured me the grectest Rheumatism cure in the ;u E.'E..MILLS; statement could not be bought from a man like Mrl Mills. He thinks of his good name, to sell it or sign it to an .untrnth: Mr. SIflls tried" after all other treatment cured hird- lly does curt "Rheumatism.'.-1.' This testimonial ..was. entirely- imsolicited on oiir We did nptinow'that -Mr Mills was 'Fnilt-a-tiy es "until we received: ithe above .J: J, juices and .--iis the 1- sec. a. 6.for or trial Sold by ell-'-dealers' or; on. receipt of pricei bj Fruit-a-tiyes Limited, Ottawa. By.Bernard K. Sandwellr 4 BY PUBLISHERS PRE S.S, c; F are ..more purely- -Scottish iames in'-ithe Who ,or -distingiiished persons in "Canada than .there any-othei radal-divMoii.'.'-Tie 'Scottish .constitute' eight.per cent of; list, ;.and are but- a .fragment, which happens- to hang" one -part of the .al-; phabet. A; very low .estimate- of-: the number of'Scottish "names scattered through -volume; published by Times, the. Jother total at twenty- five per we include the num- ber of i'ldescent .Loyalists, ;the; ,-and. French rdes.Gendauts-of- 'the TScotsnaen ...along .-.the St .-Lawrence .regime, and. ..-.the .Canadians a, Scottisix mother And' Scots' of -Canada; -reached this .their- alone.. -Almost they came to in this "world's 'goods, devoid- of Hairy, aiirl economy developed thereon a reasonable amount, of wealth and an immense strength of character which as soon as privilege, wag abolished to becomo at oneo the dominating element of tht; oountry and to provide its greatest and noblest statesmen. When the_ French, after the. British conquest of Canada, laid down the axe and compass of the explorer and ceased to venture into the unknown lands, the Scotch were the first to take .up the task again, Alexander Premier of Britlah Columbia paths that, led to fortune, throve against every v difficulty, In time the Scots Jn Canada, in, spite "of'- -their general" prosperity or perhaps because of it, came tp'revoH against 'the disabilities to which PROF. JNO. "MACNAUGHTON x -S' in the-.service, of; an. English but- Of the ''North West "Pur Trading of" Mon- treal, with the-great 'merchant -8101015 McTavtsh' at: its head, was about 1790, to penetrate the-Rocky Mountains to Pacific Coast; He -.was -followed sixteen_years- later' Simon- Fraser, who traYelleo the-: -perilous ''to'. :-its mou'ith. David Thompson, Alexander Henry, .Ross .Cox, ;Alexander_jcloss; John-- 'McLeod (his wife .with- Robert Campbell, Douglas the "botan- are the'-men with -the- tell: taile names'-who left their trails, and a thick -cloud of Scottish ture all over the the Dbminion! T-hey'inade- the northern" :Scottish., and'they. o'f law-and "justice, "'to countless" thousands of; savages "in're- gions'where the King's writ "had; never run. in Slontreal the. great Scottish merchants fin- anciers J busy thai long, line of commercial princes "wJiich descends to-our -own day.-- McTavish was- .but one of a powerful most- entirely -Scotsmen, which inated the commercial worldfof-.Mdn- McGrllivray; ''John. Stuart, "Fra- ser, McLeod, Sir Alexander -MacKen- zie -the men who "divert t'HON.- RICHARD McBRIDE an'dr- their. Presbyterian religian That revolt occnirred in places- during the witole; ".period of the working-out and wak? more, or ;less closely: allied with the. revolt of the 'siniiiarly-ex- French-Canadians; '-the LORD ST-RATHCONA -Canada' Grand Old Scotch Man bearing an English, Irish or -French we shall easily reach conclusion ithat over a-third of Canadians of prominence have Scots blood in their veins. Against the original tfee who "administered if after the Irish- .the Loyalists, the -Americans, the any of the many .races which make up our variegatswi .population, can make a showing to approach it. dign ities or! :on- oio'th- "': Gov- ernor- "them "with-, pffices. grants- -country for their For many years'. They 'were almost" as completely excluded from a share, in ihe-government of the country as. were the French in Lower Canada... "upon, whom the English residents! 'looked as upon a conquered 'people! They 'exiled themselves in the remotest cor- ners of the Far, North and to act as sen-ants' of- an English com- pany which could no'one else so well fitted to do its difficult work. With English -administrations-' divid- ing up the fattest and of the public land -among their -.families (Durham reports that 13G.OOO acres ir. Upper Canada were granted to "execu- tive councillors, and their families, LIVER banish that tired, listless feel- ing, by livening up" the liver arid removing biliousness. Good for the stomach too, '25 cents a HON. WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE' Minister of r ed to Canadian channels trade which the Hudson's Bay Com- pany had -long held in The Scotsmen were practically forced" into 'becaiise '-profes- sions, and every other path of ambi- Provincial University at. Toronto was and agriculture, politics, eduation, 'die MACKENZIE, Magnate DIABRHOEA. DYBBNTBRT, OOLIO, OBAMPfl, CHOLERA MOBBUS, OHOLBBA IN- FANTUM, BHA0IOKKB8B, dUMMBRCOM PLAINT, L008BNK8B or PLUXBB of BOWELS with to warn lio ifMiut bjr dtftUn -who lor; MBS.-. No, 86 Wroxeter, "I must say tluSc i we have nssed BR. If JOU Wut to on for QIC, WHUD' iiitUt oa- oriyinal It Jjuwmftw- tJoBjanly br Mliburn Ca, limited.' Out; Fries 33 STB.A wjBEiiiiT for over seventeen years, aijtl fottndaofcbing to equal ibfor all Diarrhoea, Dysentery, etc. Our never without of tba. Eitarict and I can it ,EO Wkopt in every horns, especially -where tHert are ''--r'-- Our bad. with ".Diarrhoea.- it eeemed her'bowel? fairly -ra.w.v We wa, thought would" Lee but failed. A., neighbor adviaed trying DK- FOWLXR'S KXTBACT SHU.WTSXKEY. triad it. before the end of sweet as well as -ever- We Dr. ,iii oar home. all "f v test or privilege, not Presbyterians had founded, 'theusecpnd University of proviace, Queen's, These :in- sti'tuitions .lesser "fellows .in 'Provinces, -rapidly.; en dowed-'with "fchblarships by 'the.. weal- thy; and.; geaerous .Scottish merchants abolished ail obstacles. In "the. -path of the Scotttefi-fciaiaaian" towards the hishest- eaucatipnai" attainments.' The_Scot "be- gan tqttalte pcssession of learned No ojther race exhibited so .general, an' abiiety to leara on the pariupf i.'th'ej'yaoig and so self-sacrific- ing-'a "deposition -to finance the task" on e'Tpart'.. 6J J ,V the Scottish "element began, at.last- a foothold 'in poli-ficai peprge Brown States -'in. 1843. The' nest year saw; John 'A, MacDonald enter the parjiam.entary life in which he, Ws; desj3neol; the. predpniinanl f for iapst" of half-century.- Op posite'f him .riises e figure 'pf Alexan- der 'Mackenzie V'.aml in 'the "same; rap- national ;life see- William Macdougail, Alexander Oliver M6- great figures, .an. epoch in wMch the destiny "of a con- tinent waf- .-decided. When these men their colleagues had lammersd the constitution of Can- ada, the next1 problem to be, -solved was that transportation. .In. this field the Soots had. almost. a monopoly. The' Allans led 'the way in Leu-ia Macjiheison. on. the "other. When actual building bfgan, the -whole scheme -would biit for the gigantic energy fintodal ablliuaa of the who" are now Lord Mount Ste- phen, ind chief -ampnt 'their lienten- aoits Were R. B: Angus "and Hdntyre. iga_tion. in work Sir Sanford Fleming, was 'the 'Jdean_and the un: questioned. .master "of 'the engineering forces of Canada. engineer of the Grand which '.was not 'a .Can: adfan' was Alexander. .-The strictly Cana: diaii projects for transcontinental "lines which in Cana- dian. Pacific' "were -.absolutely in -the chestra.' Tto admission fee will. of'Chriit Will "hold service above iture'Store, II a.m; Subject: Text the and MX glory will rapt-fire to Knottier neither My to. graVea TasUmoniar. h-elds Jin at. ieal; M. F. :C: consin; 6; Devitt, ,P LORD MOUNT .rSTEPkEN Today it. .is ;Jlmpossib.fe--tp --turn.! to any walk of. life in; Canada" Scotsmen, .are .not-, 'iatrjtte ;front' If !their" predominance.; is ess ..noticed, it is all --races- in, ;drawing and ;merging in" the common." pana'dian'riiationa.lity. The Scottish-Canadian .las may be a Uttle less rin. evidence- but vthe character; 'JiaaVliad indelibly imprinted, most powerful iinpre'ss-of. -oJ the people of HON. LIEUT. GOV. PATTERSON great intellectual and moral figure oi it William Lyon Mackenzie, the Scotsman from Dundee. When Can- ada was fairly established on a self- gbvernering- basis, the Scottish ele- ment proved to contain 'tlie strongest and most far-seeing -statesmen in the country who immediately rose to tho, chief-positions of power. The'Scots throughout Canada were in the forefront of the fight to relieve education from tie shackles of offi- cial and ecclesiastical control. ID the Province of Lower Canada 'those sh'akles "were such, as to. prevent the existence of any 'higher education an and James McGill, a native of Glasgow, one of the of great fur-traders already mentioned, found- ed, in Montreal the -university- which still- bears his name: In Ontario the CHURCH SEfitlCES HOTEL R. R.. J. "Lower "Arrow- Dunsorei" kane; S: Moiit r, Win.- Mrs, j, 'Peterson, OmaTiat? v WinniDegi; G-bosch, .r 'Kl E.' E.-.-C Edmonton; -E J. Buirnsi soni f J.. Bf S. Graiianv. .Wml-i J.- J.' Franklin, lee, -Joe .'Murphy, Ht; Cbristi.e.'. McKay Street day school at tHree p-io. Owing to' the "I pastor's there will'" "be i preaching sendee at: four o'clock.-. no First Baptist A. J. Grosser, pastor! y Pu-blic "'worship and preaching-; at eleven ,' -and 7.30 p. Rev. J; J. of Rayinond will preach: Sunday School and Adult 'JBi- jb'e Class at-three- v: -St. Augustin't-- communion S.30 a.m.. ivith sermon .11. Morning' prayer. Sunday. School SIR SANFORD FLEMING hands of'Scotsmen. The original ri- val- syndicates. headed by the Allans on; "one haad and Sir David Terrible Eczema tion, were all closed to them by the j so v.-ith rel .impenetrable .'wall of useless to an? commerce and-.agriculture were the-jthough it is interesting to note real opportunities of the j even so the expert? while the aristocrats 'of both the French regime and the English, made an ill. showing at either, and. religious tests as to [Bands' Tied to Prevent Scratching any but Anglicans, without conception- wasted-' -sub- stance that they had granted'' them- e-elves from the public possessions, the Scotsmen, forced willy-nilly ..into whom it employed- were an Anglican Scotsman and an Anglican Irishman and John Me- As a result, of -a conflict ir; which the Scottish citizens of Upper Canada were ever the leaders, this university was .ultimately openeS to Anything yoo tnjy the niroo SoU end saaraaieed by 5258 ALL LETHBRiDGE DRUGGISTS SIR MONTAGUE ALLAN A Shipowrssr acres to magistrates and bar- risters, acres to U. K. Loyal- ists, and other more or less private gran Is totalling with the'- Clergy Re- serves nearly half 'the surveyed of the Scottish settlers took tip farms where; the soil was sur'n Ihut the governing aristocracy not at ii; and by tlic'ir In- A REGAL HEAD- How often do we near or see this expression used in describing a beau- tiful woman? i Denude that head of its hair and .in- 1 stead of a queenly, royal bearing have a fright. The. hair makes all the "difference. To have that glorio.'is. a- btmdance of radiant hair which -always; croons ''a regal one suOuldi .use.Newbro's Herpicide. Herpicide represents the last word in scientific hair culture. It destroys- i the dandruff germ, checks falling and corrects generally, diseases of the hair and scalp. i Tho positive results snd Its delicate'; but refreshing odor recommends" bro's Herpicide to ladies oC refinement ,r everywhere. Send lOc in 'postage 'for sample bot- 1 tie of Herniwldo and booklet to The Herpicide Co.. Dept, R, Detroit. -Mich. One dollar size battle sold and gunr- antecd by all druggists. AppJicalions made by the best, bar-; "ocrs and hair dressers. i J. D. Ilisrinljo'.Uam Co., Ltd., spec- 1 ial agents. Five Doctors Failed to ReJieve, B.ut Worked a Cure. Mrs. Chas." LeveEe, of. Prescott North Channel Ont tells how Zam-Buk cured her baby, she "My baby's Jaead nnd face was one complete mass of The" itching; and irritation.were fearful, and the little one's plight- was so serious that at one time we feared her ears "would be eaten off by the dis- ease. "We had to her hands 'lied for days to prevent her rubbing and i scratching the sores. Doctor after doctor treated her in vain, tin-til we five doctors. They all agreed it was a frightful case of eczema, b.ut none of them-did any permanent good. "As a last resort we were advised to try Zam-Buk. The first box did so Imuch good that we felt sure we were j at last working in'the right direction. i We persevered with the treatment nn- jtil we had used thirteen boxes, and at j Zam-Buk had affected a complete cure the end of; that time I am glad to say TvTrs. Holmes, 3 Guise street, Ham- lilton, is quite as eloquent in her praise JShe cured my boy of i boils and eruptions when he was so -'bad that he had been unable to mix other" children. Zam-Buk is a wonderful preparation, and mothers throughout- the should always ;k.eep it For-ecsema, eruptions, rashes, tetter 3 p.m. 7.30 p.m. (Holy >Commnnibn 11 .a.J on first Sunday "in-the Rev. J. E. M-.-A., rector.- V St. Patrick's Low mass at S, with" communion. Children's mass at" 9.30 ajnj. High mass at 11. -school-at 3 j p.m. Evening service at'7.30 p.m. The I C. T. U. meet evqry first and third Sun- jday at 4 p.m. iri the; basement of the The Ladies' 'Altar Society meets every second Sunday in the month at in the 'convent. Church (Methodist) The Pastor, Rev. T.. P." Perry wilLpreaeh at both services tomorrow. "His morning subject will be New and Old" and at the evening "Facing thei Right Knox Church, (Presbyterian) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. Sunday- ser- vices, morning at 11 r evening at 7.: 30; Men's Bible Class at 12; Adult Bible Class and Sunday School at 3 o'clock. NSt. Andrew's Churc'i Leth- bridge, Rev. W: W. Bryden, minister, Sunday services held in Reding's Hall: McKay, street. Morning, at 11; Even- ing at Sunday School at 3 p; m. Ali sre cordially invited. Churcr of St. Sunday School 3 p. m. Choral even- song Wednesdays and "Fridays choral evensong 8 ;p. in. Holy Com- munion will be' celebrated on the sec- ond Sunday of each month at a.m. -St. Cyprians. usual services will be held in tne new church .tomorrow. Morning" song at II a. school "and Bible Class at 3 Song at Bev. W. V. McMillen, B. A., rector. Celebration of the Holy Communion at. a. m. on the first and third Sun- day of each month and at 11 a. m. oa' it a. m. on the second and fourth Sundays. Baptismal services follow- ing Sunday School each Sunday. C- Medicine Swain, Montreal'. -T' T E. Mrs: Austin j- J. "B. Austin, C.- 'G.., .Snydet'." ,'Gieo: Shenyood, Montreal; .N.OS.. Calgarv; J. R. T. .Fox, S.' onto; A; H: ;i C.vE.. McLean, Carrie', _ inond; Rachel M. Keima, Beatrice Robertson, Isabel. Sweet Valley; vG-eo. p-OLeo': G-rassy ;Lake. .r 'COALDALE-0. Dinger, G-. R. Dunnis and wife, ,Hi Chas. "Swan1; E. E..., Ziersler.. White "Bird, Idaho; A. ,H. wife; J. Carr, Raymond. Wrii. Fisher, W. Macleod, Vancouver; J, M. r Seven Persona; Jack j, Kelly. James Price, Taber; R.; j Macleod, Macleod; ..E., B. Maple Creek; Matt. Kearns, Galgarv; i W. A. Grant, High River; ver, D. R. Richmond. 'Calgary; xAltot.--- McWilliam, Regina1; G.. Map- leod; B.' G-raton; .A.; KnechteL, Moose Jaw. -f W. C.. Meyer, "ff." Nilsen, Chicagq; R. Dan -JVIcRitchie, grass, "Iron Bow Island, -E, L. "Sullivan; son, John Gr. at Falls; iV; G-; ily, R. S. Minda, Altai.' J. M. Cunningham, i. THREEYEfeS Till Or. Morse's Indian Root cured his Kidney Trouble There are few diseases that cause more acnte than. Kidney Trouble, Mr. F.-A. Thomas, of Sudbury Oat, is one of those who know it. He "writes: "For over three yesrs I suffered from kidney disease. First I thought I had would catch the smail of my back and it be impossible for me to straighten myself up for several minutes. A dull- ache across the kidneys was always pres- ent, my urine was thick and cloudy, and passing- it caused a burning, scalding pain. Tried medicines, but they failed. I tras advised to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Kiis, as they had cured my wife years A few bores affected a. A "ft, iL j. i complete cure. I now enjoy the Westminster Church (Methodial good health, which is to this earmrtnc; it-ill i .o Special Harvest Home sermons will be j remedy." i preached tomorrow morning and even- j neglect kidney too'. itch, arid similar skin dfe- ing by the Rev. R. E. Finlay, of Pinch-1 dangerous as well as too painftd. Thatj cases, Zam-Buk is-without It er Creek. The church win be appro-1 old, reliable family remedy. Dr. cuts, burns, scalds piles ab- scesses, chronic sores, blood poisoning otc. All druggists and stores at 50 cents a box, or post free for price from 'MANN A Railway Magnate Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, tions. Refuse pria-tely decorated with grain, Indian Root Piils, has cmred tiousaads! ta.bies, fruit, etc. On Monday evening ar S o'clpelc a sale of fruit, flowers, vegetables, home 'tnd win cure you. It is equally effective} in curiag asd its attcadaiztl evils, biliousness, indigestion cooldng, etc., wilJ" take place, j headaches, and in the tlobd.1 will be a program aad an or- 25c a box at yo.ur d-wsrist ;