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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBHIDCK HERALD WEDNESDAY, APKIl, 1911 OF UTi DffllE Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Bltie Ribbon, the name signifies all that test Always ask for Blue Klbbon Coffee, ifofcteg Powder, TOJ. Si'lces. Jelly Wwders and Extracts. They will gise perfect satisfaction. CONSERVATIVES INSINUATE UL- TERIOR MOTIVES TO BER. GEVIN IN LAND DEAL Window for 10 Days Only STOCK TAKING SNAPS OVERSTOCKED ARTICLES AND GOODS BEING DISCONTINUED Regular Prices to 515.00 Your Choice R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Estibllihtd 183S. Ottawa, Ont. April ol :he Commons' pal ia anotber day de- ities the Graham motion, relating :o the N'atiocal Trans-Continental Railway rerort. For the greater part 3f the sitting, the speaking was la French, (he word in English ing uttered by F. B. McCuidy who secured iho floor well towards ten o'clock In the evening. He hail bern preceded by Arthur Sevlgny (Dorchester) and Ar- thur (Quebec- Centre) fc of whom spoke at considerable length. Those "who fo! Sowed the Xova Sco- tian were Power (Quebec-West) 'a ad Logiie (N'ortbuaberland. X. B.) It cannot ba saEd thai much new mattc-r was added to the debate. .Tvhich is expected to bo concluded on 'Wednesday night, after seTen days of speaking. The French members idevoted more altentiou to Hon. S. X. i Parent, a member of tho Commission 'named by the late government to con- struct the road, with more particular reference to his action in regard to the Quebec terminals. The Conservatives maintained that there was something wrong In the 050 land transfer transaction, referred to by the Investigating com miss io ers, and in which Bergetln figured. The Liberals maintained that the Conservatives "were making iasinua- R which they could not subsUn tiateT anil Lachsnce read an alfldaUl from fiecltrintj that there was nothing wrong in the transaction. Douglas (StrathconR) moved the adjournment of the debate. CLOGGED NOSTRILS OPEN AT TRY MY CATARRH BALM Instant Relkf When and Head Cfrggcd- from a Cold. Stops Nasty Catarrhal Discharges. Dytl Headacht Vanlihcs. Try "Ely's Cream i3alm." Get a small bottle aayway, just to to Apply a -little iu the nostrils and your clogjed nose and Etopped-up air passages of the head open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By morning! the catarrh, cold-In-head or catarrhal sore throat will be gone- End. such L misery cowl Get the Email bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant balin dissolves by the or the VOLUNTEERS W TRAINING AT BELFAST The VIster Orangemen are ffiid to be well-officered, and this picture seems to bear out t effective military organ tza -Jon has leeu undergoing a procoss of training. claim that quite an PRE-EMPTION IN S. E. FILING COMMENCES WAV RUSH EXPECTED TO RIVAL WILD- HORSE GOLD STAMPEDE (Special to The Herald) pamphlets' Jind maps ward' to the of securing lands do not pass under grant of lauds acquired since tho of the Land Act Amendment of 1S93, No- Crown grants ca'n be Issued to Liny alien who may have, recorded or pre-empted by vjrtuo' of his declaring lits intention to bocouie a British Jc-ct.-unJcss'bc has become naturaliz- ed. Tho_lieirs or devisees of the settler some of this valuable land. entitled "to the arant on Under the pre-emption laws, no per-1 nig decease. son may hold more than one claim st Tho farm and buildings, when reg- oce time. The land cannot "be stefced I [Blere'd, cannot be taken for debt an agent, nor may a reeontw prc- 'curred after registration; and It _ ;emntion ba nor conveyed free from eeizure uy to a value not Craabrook, B.C., April l.-The after a Crown grant has been CalUe "fanned j; The settler must enter Into shares." arc also protected by The New York Cafe DINNER MENU 30o X SOUP Cream of Tomatoes FISH flakvd Chicken llnllV.it au gratln1 luii-ortrd Surdltu-s mi BOILED Lc-s of ?auce- ENTREES Ur.ilEod Driust ol Veei a llrolted Young Meet Kidney ROASTS Prime Hitis uf lieef cu Jus tuid Horseradish Let; of Pork ind Apple Sauce SALAD COLD MEAT Hani, Million. Pickled Piss VEGETABLES Steamed and >fashed Potatoes llolled Cauliflower in- Cream DESSERT Steamed Fruit Pudding, Hard Paueo Green Applo or Lemon Tie HOURS 12 TO S TO 8 are WILL BUY OOOOS IN nostrils; penetrates and heals the in- Hamed, swollen membrane which lines the ncse, bead and tnioat; clears the air passages; stops nasty dis- charges and a feeling ol cleansing, j soothing relief comes-immediately... 1 Don't "lay awafee tonight struggling! for head stuffe3; j closed, hawking and blowing. Cat- arrh or a cold with its running none, foul muco'ja dropping' into the throaU and raw dryaees is distressing but truly .Seedless. t. Put your "Kiy'E jtuirty farmr-r? of the district, all oi ;dollars worth of gold have been ei- ......lin" "f i' tracted. The values land have ris- LOTS THEREBY OBTAIN- ING MUCH BETTER PRICES sued. j jugs arrived Jrom the department of ol tllc jand Kiem'ptYon aci." The Fad "of a" rVrson j i LAnus at sliowir.g m. i lands are available for yre-em; in the district to be (lied on and a, 'Continuous absence- for a longer per-.pre-empting Crown lands in.British already arriving jpii "than two months consecutively, 'Columbia! Uud going over the lands, with a view by the EGU'ior or his family, is deem-; The' tracts 'are stab-divided into 'of makfnj.a selection, and to ce on :ed cessation of oecur-atlon. A leave jblocfe CARLOAD; the spot when the doors of the -absence rosy be granted not to HI tin1 UllllLj ,aflcr rccor3jngi milsi continue to paving a homestead in another pro- j occupy IL as a bona fide persosial. on Dominion government of or his farjily. 'lands-ia-'thlB. province, Is no bar to The New York Cafe 420 Sili Strec-t South CANDIES, TOBACCO, ETC. ROOMS TO RENT Chinee Xcojlcs'and Chop Suey ick5 ranging from 40 to 1CD Ecrcs. 11 orrice open en the day exceed sts months in any one year, j :o! iljy. It !s conceded tbat this ivhl Inclnsl.-e of (he two months 'be a record day for the government Lind may DC coas'.ilercd abandoned If! ________ !office in Ihls dlsliict for some years, 'unbcciinled for more than two months j be compared only with the mining'consecutively, and reverts to Iho; Macleod. Alta., March tlujdays of the famous Wild Horse andjcrown. fee for recording is fr Co..' Ltd., FRECKLES Now is the Time to Get Rid of Thtse SjcU There's no longer tbe slightest need ot feeling of your as the prescription guarantted homely spota. result of the deliberations of somi Perry Creek, from which millions ol 'and the lacd Is already surveyed. The pre-cmptcr, npon-proof In declaration In writing of hirneelf. and two other PJV. unions around Macleo'd, a dls Jen remarkably In this district In re-.persons, after occupation for three rict organization was formed fn thtrcer.t yeara, and the1'Tact ihe Tears" from the date ot pre-emptioa, Town hall yesterday, the has not brpn willing having made-permanent im- >f which, association will be to ite-Ssell this land lo fp-pcoiaiors sr.6rs H rpro'vereents on the icnj to the value Ire all Ibe advantages from {b- not to per the clear- he purchasing of goods Iu tn this vicinity" are 'ookmg for- jns, snd bringing under APPLY FOR BOARD OF CONCILIA- TION TO SETTLE DISPUTE DISMISSED MEN Winnipeg, March N'or- thrrn railway- conductors will to remove i to the department of labor for a j boird of conciliatioa in connrction Simply get an oncce of othtne- double any druggist h a dispute tetwten the companjr conJiictors over tie dismissal find a little ol it night and more- i of four ol five, oi toe latter several ing ar-d yo'j Shculd see tlat even j rr.onds ago- the worst freckles have begun to dls- while ISs ones hare vanished Mtii-elr. It Is seldom Ujat more Uian an ounce Is needed to com- Jletelr clear the skin and fain a beau- tiful clear coaplexioa. Ra sure to ask for lie double The men were dismissed as tte re- sult of charges that they were "knocking, dpun" fares, and one oi tfccm was prosecuted, and acquitted by the court- The "conductors as lody then insisted .upon the re- ots a2d distributlne'the earns among j he faimers. Mr. J. StinsoE acted is chairman of the meeting at which brief, addresses of endorsement were given by Messrs. J. A. 'Lennox of Coulee, and .F. -DJckson, of Sprint: Ridge. On motion of Messrs. Harvey Bruce and J. Purdy, the aFsocUUan was .aunched, when the officers for the year were elected as lollcnvs; Presi- dent. J. Stenson of Rathwcll; vice- president, Hugh llaclntosb: second vice-president, J. Homer; secretary, Shields. dlreclOTB, .M. C. Ihiffield, Spring R13ge: T. C. Orr. Orton; vey Bnice, Me Bride and Bathvc-tl i Lrlcts; T. C. McLean, Howe; J. Mai- oney, Water ton; Councillor Stewart. Pearce; Torn Chester, Ardfnville; A ins of 10.50 LOO Cubes ____lof at least five acres, on prcducing jtlie pre-emption certiiicato, obtains a of Improvements. After a certificate of Sniprove- jraentB and paying therefor, the j la entitled to a Crown grantr -in fee Eimple, for which he rays iiTw.o, three, or four settlers may en- :tertinlo partnership, pre-emp- of 160 acres each and reside on -lone homestead. Improvement anv DUriUng to per acre, a.nd cAearing .and cultivating at least five acres ifor each pre-emption held by [hem on jsome portion thereof, wttt secure Crown giant for the whole. L .Coal, petroleum nnd natural gas AVIIEHK IS THE MAN I MR. L. WERDEN First, president oE the Caledontn branch ol the Urillsh Imperial asso- ciation, under whoso leiiierslilp the association Is growing niildly. Failing Hair and Itching Scalp Uee Parisian Sage. tnai J-HU3T31I can bR at any'druh' c'cunlr-r H "is certainly in hnvc brittle, matted. slrlnsT or fsirle.J hair. Xo mailer how I uissEghtly the hair, how badly it is falling', or 'iow in'jch tlrimirulf, Paris- ian is ail that is needed. Frc- nppHcattoTis and well rubbed in- to Llie jcnfii will do acU like magic, Tho hair rotf.s arc nour- ished and stimulated to grow now lair, Itcluiig scalp, daudniff and fall- is hair liead feels fine. Ifrsi of nil, (lie Iiair becomes soft, fluffy, and radiant nitli lifa and beauty. You will he and delighted with Sase. Try at cnu fifty CMit hottlo yoitr druggist; he v.-ill refund the p'-TChcrTc price 1C you arc not satisfied. AdvL etreaatb othine as thJs is scld under sJatmEnt tof Hip-dismissed guarantee of bick It It falls toj 1JB cl the romoTe freckles, J. n. HlsiEbotLam Co., Limited. Advt. Try Salts If Kidneys Ache TAKE A TABLESPOOHFUL OF SALTS IF BACK HURTS OR BLADDER BOTHERS are a naticn of meat eaters and :e.s has resulted in the pro- posed application to Ottawa. to 'meet' nrobleni of I MACLEOD BARRACKS BEING FITTED UP TO ACCOMODATE PRISONERS KROM CAL- GARY the ncr: orpanixatEon it wa? that a tar of tc-n cents per year on each member of the variojs unions would bp sufficient to meet all ex- psnses. after which Mr. R. K. Peck of Claresholm delivered an interesting addreea during the course 'which he explained ic detail the workings of the Farmers' Co-Operative Kieval- Or Co. Mac'eod. Alta., April Prepars- the- Want to do Business in d i lions for receiving the- prisoners our blood u filled uitli uric acid, sayj 'rom the Jail are in full siring I a well-known authority who warns us j tbe Mounted Police barracks here to be constantly on Euard against kid- tuildlng alteration, are lin progress. The big warehouse on '50.000 MEN IN 500 MINES WILL BE riey trouble. The htdneys do their utmost to free the blood of this irritating acid, hut become weak from the get sluggish; the elimtnativc Iho south side corner of the grounds j THROWN OUT OF WORK is being converted into an additional prison, ar.d will contain a set ol Bleel clog and thus the waste la retained cells and a guard room. A new blncls fn the blood to poEsoa the entire ays j of 3eparale steel cells IB btlng erect- 'em- ied al the lack and the oM barracks When yoyr kidneys ache ar.d fet-1 nelng changed completely to sc- like lumps oHezd and you have tha guests from the north S- LBmbertsts tht pedlttously as POEBible. lief during tho night; when yo-j have severe headaches, nervous and dizry sleeplessness, acid sloinach or rhe-jrnatlr.nl in 'bad rcpuilipr, your pharmacist about four'ouncca of .lad Salts; ta'ne a tablospoonful In a glasa o! Hater before breakfast each morning and In a few days your kid- FERN1E NEWS NOTES Vernle, O.C., March 3. Suth- erland, general manager of the Ocean- ic TiMfistt Co., and Knroocan agenl af iho Oreat Xorthern Hallway Co., I Ohio, March 31. Sit cnal mine owners employing men, will suspend oprralions late this attcrtocn as a result of fa'lure of the miners and operators io fix a new agTeen-.ent; tfcft present agreement etpires tomorrow, N'o allfmpts ate being made today to bring about ,1 settlement after the dead-Itck occurred yestcMay. Two thousand minors rjult woile to .Vorthcaste.rn Ohio today. muiijirig in a tew days your via- i neys will act fine. This farr.ou" bccn a gu-51 is made from tli-j acid of grapes thc Hie past wesk. lemon Juice, fcmlintd wllh llthia, and i Mlr.ly, if i'oe Proilncfal I'o-i has been used lor to aid stimulate t-logjcd kidneys, to ntu- the In urine so It 13 no longer a source n'. irrllatlon, end- ring urinary and WadJcr disorders. life, returned night. Jonn Ixiwso from Wardner the Denial ,.fad Sails In Inexpensive and cannot inlurv at Injure; makes a dellghKul cent lithia-walcr drir.k, and nohody ttcek .8lowl oun make a mistake by taking a little occasionally to keep the kidneys clean tnd actirc. For sale by i. n. fS'i A Co., Lid, rlruggisia. er of is in Ihcr city loday. Charles I.ang. who met with a paln- the Fernle Holel last ly recovering, and "as removed from the hospital yesterday. The snow Is disappearing raj.ldly, and the aaful mud is more in evidence. For nursing mothers Laxatives ofTtr the important advant- age tbat they do not disturb the rut of He system oi affect the child, 2jc. a box at your Druggist's. WHO SELLS THESE GOODS Herald, ColcniiiM, All.'crla, Mfircli '2V, 191 1. Alljurlu: Dear I should fed "rcnUy favored if you could give me (he of sonic in Lcllihriilfie'wlio liiin- dlcs Sjiratt's Poullry nml Cliicki-n J'cod. never see il iul- verlisetl in your paper. Wlial a wonder you don't round some one up lo put a little ad in the paper for this idar line of poultry supplies and food. 1 can gel il from Calgary but il will cost me less tn have il from Lcflihridgc, and just now is the busy lime for chicken raising mid perhaps I am not Hie only one who wants Ibis line of feed. I enclose stamped curd for name and address and hope, you don't think me out of plnce in writing these few lines :is 1 generally find the editor of a paper willing to help whenever he can. Yours respeclfully, JOHN STOCT. Ferine, li. March The Herald, Lclhbridgp, Alhrrln: lime ntjo nn adv. upprinvd in I lie columns of Uic Hcrnld in conncrlinn with sonic firm in Lethbridgc who had pill in ii Milcnnizing onllil. We have Jjtrn looking for this atlv. lo iippcar agiiin, hut have not seen il. you please address I he ciicloscd lellcf Iu Ihis [inn, und oblige, Yours Irnly, nnos. Advertising M Pays is tiie M M Stays ;