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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STOKE OF OUAUTY. Ogllvie's "Royal Household" Flour aa miUed by a process cotitroJled by themselves, insaring absolute purity. Cuniiot be equalled for bread or pnotry. -Sold in 98 lb., 49 lb. and 24 )b. sacks- Nelson (Sb Fraser (Successors to Sherlock, Preemnn & Co.) aPio:o:o:oTo:nt should discharge some more potent and useful function in public affairs than that of automatically opposing every proposal made by the Govern-^an Opposition, nor iTie qualifications mcnt. The Times holds the vicwthat ordinarily considered sufficient to it in also the business of the Oppos- entitle a Itlon to develop an nlternativc pol- privilege Icy and to try to icprc.sent to the country not only what ought not to be done, but also what should be done. Koviewing tin ""article by Sir lohn (iorsl, touching on the quos -tion, the Times say.s in part: "Dut, il' wo are" coinpcllofi to ilis-scnt profoundly from Sir .lohn Oorpfs statement of fuels, wo ina.v yet do well to take a warning from the events vitW which hi.s letter dcniM, The unionist party cannot hope for success if It allows itself to become a party whose only jioli-ticai conception is that of resistance to the proposals of the Oovern-nicnt, however mischievous those pro 'ASFim^ TO NO MOHl^ DIONIFIEI) posnls may be, ansislert. llitTttlU DESTnUCTTO^ OF WHAT wishes U> gain tlip conndenic of the TMKV TAX N'KITHIOH AMIOND XOn ;nation, it must not merely expose RKPLACK. XOR XKEI) THKY F,X j the demerits of the legisl.Ttion that PKCT THAT THK Pf'IOPI.E OF party to claim the of governing the country'. A party which has no policy of its own to offer cannot expect citiier to generate much enthusiasm or to conKnand much re -s'pect when it assails the policy of its opponents; and if a phrty cannot ^Icvclop and promulgate a policy when out of power there certainly is mighty little reason to expect that it would he able to do so if placed in power. I XLKSS AND UNTIL THK CON-HEltVATlVE PAKTY OK CANADA FOHMITLATE -AND OILVMPION A POLICY FOn THE GOVEllNMENT OF THE COUNTRY THEY CAX ALBERTA SUGAR IS FREE FROM MICROBES The Disease Bearing Germ is Very Prevalent the Imported Sugar.-Knight's of Raymond Sugar is Pronounced Pure. in and sulphur dloxiiis(tlMV|p�- of burn ing sulphur) so m to prwtaM � pure granulated sag�r dlnetly, thiwhy perfonsioc thm fuacUoii piJiwtory and refinery at onw. ' t'', i' This ia pMtibto wHh tNMi JttlMBlb* caus� of Um aliMM* ol gliMM� Which occurt la abuiilaM* te " ^ Juices, and aompria tha iiaawllu. ..^y era of cana sugar to aalw two;4|^^ DMt'Sugar ia purs, sverything is cisasly la Its maaufacturs-aot cs-sgulatsd l)y blood or flitersd through charrsd bows-rglvca em' ployoMnt to Canadians and pays oMBsy to farmers. Ths purs food question comes quito vividly before us when ws srs eon-froiitsd with a nicrobo ia sugar. Professor Cameron. Public Analj'st others propose it must he nil' at least to indicate belter solutions of its own. (Ml Jniperial ((Uestions anirl on social questions It nmst have a positive and constructive policy'" If the Times hn�l drawn its warn -Ings for the Imperial Ojipositionfrom the history and the present status of the Opposition in the Canadian House of Commons, it could nothave reasoned better. Or if it had sought a concrete example with which CANADA HILL T'EHMIT THE MAXAGEMEXT OF PUBLIC BI^Si XES.S TO FALL IXTO THE HAXi-S OF SICII IlmESPOXSIBLES. "Preventics" will promptly check a cold or the Grippe when taken early or at the "sneo/.e" stage. Pre -vcntics cure seated colds ns well. Proventics are little candy cold cure tgbiets, and ht. Shoop, Racine, Wis. to'will gladly mail .vou samples and a point the moral of its teaching it ; book on Colds free, if you will vrite could not have done bettor than in- i him. The samples prove their merit, vito attention to the gentlemen who } Check early Colds with Preventica occupy the Oj)position benches at Ot- , ans stop pneumonia. Sold in 3c and tawa. For eleven years the Conservatives 1 Co. have been in opposition at Ottawa, and during those eleven years, aside from the purely negative course of opposing whotevcr the Government has proposed, what service have they rendered to the people of Canada? What singie constructive idea have they contributed to the moulding of the nation's future? What part have they borne or tried to boar in mak- j ing broader and firmer the foundations of our national life? Or what suggestions have they offered for hastening or strengthening the edifice which is being erected on these foun dations? What policy have they elab- i orated and advanceil for the better utilization of our national opportunities? What legislation have they offered for the bettor government of our people? What moasui-es have they advocated for broadening the opportunities or lessening the in-ftquaiities of the conditions of life In Canada? And what does "the Opposition" signify to-day to the people of Canada? What distinctive propo.sals cloos j this body of members ivpresont? Whut do they stand for to-day in the public thought of Canada in the way of progressive legislation, more satisfactory administration, more a.jc boxes by J. D. Higinbotham te. Mrs. Steinberg, of Alix, AlU., whose husband was imprisoned for three months for ill-treating her and the children, committed suicide when ho was released, fe.aring his return. (fltlP QUICKLY KNOCKED OVT "Some wetfks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and mj'-self contracted colds which speedily iloveloped into the worst kind of la Krippe with all its miserable symp -toiiis," suys Mr. .1. S. Egleston of lAIapIc Landing, Iowa. "Knees and j joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eios and nose running with alternalo si^ells of chills and fe\ei'. We i.-egan using Chamlierlain's Cough Remedy, ui-ding the sanvewith a duulifc dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soon completely knock led out the grip." Sold by All Drug-Igisls.. new 100,000 bushel elevator is j being erected at Saskatoon, Sask. rapid and economical development of! Chamberlain's Salve is good for any of the skin. It allaya the itching and burning sensation in- cur national rcsourcoK, or more rapid and thorough accomplishment of our national destiny? Aside from mechanical denouncement of any and every proposal brought forward by the Government, from an unquestionable and undying hunger for office, and from unswerving loyalty to the high protection which crippled their country-with what principles do they stiind identified? And upon what grounds do they justify their occupancy of seats in parliament? Such cpiestions need only to l)e asked to suggest their own answers. In the negativo capacity-that of opposing whatever the Government has hod to oftor-the Opposition may Iw credited with having fully discharged the opportunities of their position and that usually withoiit regard as to whether or not the proposals Nhuuld be opposed, and also regardless of the sudden reversals of position involved. But beyond this they have not gone, nor apparently attempted to go. Satisfied wMth ex -pressing their disapproval of whatever the Government proposed-^good or bad-^tho Opposition do not ap -IMSar to liuvo recognized any obliga -tion to advance alternatives for what they have condemned. Aside from the tariff-in which they must be acknowledged the consistent and unrelenting champions of commercial prohibition-the farthest they have gone has been to suggest whut might be done, not what they be -lieved.ought to he done and what they would do if they had the op -portunity. By their own inability or indifforoncc they have abandoned the position of competitors with thti Government in the dovelopmunt and advocacy ot public policy, and have ticcomc a body of carping critics, querulously complaining of whatever the Government proposes but pre -Stinting no-'thing as a.substitute. Is this all the country is entitled to expect from an Opposition? Admitting that the business of an Opposition is to oppose, is an Opposition to be considered as having discharged that duty by the mechanical function of talking and voting against whatever measures the Oovern-inont propose and whatever policy ths Qovernniont may adopt? Ar^the istantly. For .Sale by - All Druggists. The Rcgina school board is con -temi lilting . the erection of lire escapes on the city school buildings, ns tt result of the lesson taught by tlie holocaust in Montreal recently. Serge of ths City of Dublini^who has examined samples of raw sugar, statce that thay contained great numl>ers of disgusting insects, which produce a dlsgustiag disease. Their ahapo la very aecurataiy shown in the nccom-paaying flgum, magnified two hundred diameters. Fig 1 is the under side aad Fig. 3 Is the upper aido. His deecriptloa Is as follows: "The Acarua sacchari is a formidably organized exceedingly lively, and decidedly ugly little animal, from its oval-shaped l>ody stretches forth a proboscis terminating la . a kind of scissors with which it seizes upon its food. Its organs of locomotion consist of eight legs, each jointed and furnished at its extremity with a hook. In the sugar. Its movements from one place to another are necessarily very slow, but when placed on a perfectly clean and dry surface it moves along with rapidity." He adds that "the number of Acari found in raw sugar is sometimes exceedingly great, and in no instance is the articis quite free from either the insects or their eggs." Uuscova-do. as it cornea from the colonies, should never be used." 'The Acari sacchari do not occur in beet sugar, such as that manufactured by Knight's of Raymond, because this sugar is all granulated, and as Professor Cameron explains grantu-lated sugar "does not contain any nitrogenous substance upon which they could feee formed and ths foreign matter completely removed. Ths distinction between sugar refineries and sugar factories Is often eoBfusiag. A sugsr factory manufactures the product frotA the raw material, which for the most part is aither the sugar beet or sugar eoae, and in lite case of cane sugar factories the product is " raw sugar," which ia sold to tne refineries to be remelted and refined to the granulated and yellow sugars of commerce. The process of refining cane sugar, consists mainly of remolting and heating with some material which will coagulate and collect the float ing or suspended matter in the form of a scum which is^emoved by a skimming process. In some cases dried blood is used lor this purpose as it coagulates readily when heated in the liquors. There is a further treatment with bone charcoal filtered after which the liquor Is boiled to grain to produce granulated sugar, while the syrups, or molasses as com monly expressed, are used for producing the yellow sugars and the molasses of commerce. There is oftentimes a solution of Tin Chloride used to make a bright golden color for the yellow augars and such matters have bssD takes up quite vigorously in the State* in ths Pure Food regulations The beet sugar factories of America such as Knights Sugar Companys factory at Raymond take the raw material and treat by means of lime ationa ot ths proetai, asA to coagulating nsitsrlal abov* ed. and flnally to^ ' paM.�lw;%iiMp through bona charcoal flltdM.' lo ^ remove ths dlscolonMloM MMHi liT ths presence of glucoaa to lim^UijfaiB aa far as it Is posslMe U([|i is so trifling as to bs afanoM tay^i,^' consideration, while the value ef^tlwr' domestic beet sugar ladustfy.'la BaaTv!^ ly $80 per ton of sugar maanlM;/ tured. The ratio between tlw fMW(>V era ot the crop and ths aBaaulaMlll^ ^'t-' era m their receipts from tlM liiie-'r of the manufactured product t^rnm^/Q^ approximately one half aadi.^ Tlw'' grower is paid a fixed price' :W the manufacturer must depend :apaiictwc�n the mixed farmer :>> growing a crop of beets in conjunc-' tion with his other products and of himself ano his sons taking tbels positions in the plant alter'the tar-vesting season is over to ald'te'the manufacturing of the fhiisbed pro; duct, and the degraded class of ;m^; tlve labor used ia ths caaa sugar factories and also the chM^ilorcifla labor usually employed ia the riAn*; eries at the coast, is bsyond com*: parison so far as the effect upoa the country and society geoerally; is concerned. We have only to live tor a time where the domestic hset sugar luduatry has gained a fooihoMito) realize the difference. The iocrsase iio those material possessions ttat tsod towards a highsr'type of lift a�d greater refinement is decidedly mark ed. More goods of a hlflher^claas' are purchased and ths training, necessary to produce the more lotenaely essary to produce the more intensely to a comxnunity also. The whole t�nds to add: largely, to the home markets of ths province, and greatly diversifies ths ladustric* because of the collateml minor industries such as dairying and stoak feeding that goes with thadsvelop-mont of the beet sugar Industry tea locality. BENEFIT THB CONSUIDSR. Lost but not least ia the c*Mit ue ot establishing a meaMotprodue ins a staple article and crsatiat. a competition in the markets ttat aaa only result in a large saving to :;tta consumers of such a country aa'tlM; Canadian Northwest where compatk tion is not always sufflcient to |n> sure reasonable prieee for the Staple article o'. consumption.'* 1W SiiMt .f Santo' 4 Made in Canads, ami publisiisd abroad as At finest product of the Canadian woollen milLi. q The "Blunoz" Serfs bas stood between, and it bas prsventsd tbs extinction of tbe finer woollen trade in Csnads. 4 Tbe Government tccognissd its wortb and wortbiness wbsa it ds-dined' to incrcssc tbe i$fi on Britisb woreteds end scrfes. TU Swii.r�. ui Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns; Sashweights | MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE KEPA1I8 i Pipe Bar. Iron Babbit M�tal BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REgiJI|lBl) 9911 ;