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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF Ogilvies Royal Household Flour as milled by a procesg controlled by insuring abso lute Cunuot be equalled for brpftfl or Sold in98 and 24 Nelson Frdser Successors to Freeman A Polkyless Free The London Times has the conclusionthat the Opposition in the Imperial Parliament should who sit to1 tlib Speakers to lx credited with the full dis charge of their duties when they con tent thoiHsehtis with condemn without alternative what is pro posed by those who occupy the benches opposite them Or is their doing so to be considered sufficictent to reason why the Government should overthrown and replaced by those who have propounded no policy save that of refusing to do whatever the discharge some more potent and useGovernment nroposes to do ful function in public affairs than j Such are not the iimitatioDS that of automatically opposing ev1 ually pluced upon the functions of ery proposal made by the Governan nor ihe lualiftcatlons men The Times holds the viewthat j ordinarily considered sufficient to it is also the business of the a party to claim tho to develop uu alternative poljpmilege of governing the coun J v I icy und to try to icpresent to the country not only what ought not to be but what should he Reviewingan by Sir touching mi the the Times says in part jj we urn compel led sent profoundly from Sii A party which lias no policy of its own to offer cannot expect either to generate much en thusiuhiu or to command much re spect when it assails the policy of itsopponents and if a phrty can to disjuoL develop anu promulgate a policy when out of power there certainly and Game in We supply the the market Give us a Telephone 1 Lethbridge Brewing1 SPECIAL BREW OF BAVARIAN BOCK BEER Will be on the market for the Easter Gorstfc of may mighty litllc reason to expect that yet do well to tuke a warning it would lie a hie to do hi if pluced j the events vith which letter in The unionist party UNLESS AXD UNTIL THE COX hopc tor success if il jillows hsclf SKUVATJVK PARTY OF to become a party Ahose only polijlORMULATK AND A tical conception is that of resist FOll THE GOVERNMENT a nee to the proposals of the THE COUNTRY THEY CAN however mischievous those pro ASPIRE TO NO MORE UIONIFIEI posals ami however necos I ROLE THAN TLiAT OF POLITICAL sary it may ho that those proposals MAKING WAR FOR 5o Mromiously If it IllJK J3ESTRUCTTON OF WHAT wishes to gain the confidence of IKY CAN NEITHER Ail END NOR a must not XOR NEED THEY EX the demerits of the legislation that pECT THAT THE PEOPLE OF others pioposc it must bu alat CANADA WILL PERMIT THE least to indicate better solutions of OF PUBLIC BPSI litfe Cn imperial questions anlri NESH TO FALL INTO THE ion social questions imiKt have a OF positive and constructive noiicv i j I i If the Timis had drawn its j prevcntics will promptly check ings for the Imperial Onpositionfrom cokl or the Grippe when taken ear the history ami tho present status j y or at the snW Pre of the Opposition in the Canadian vcntics cure seated colds as House of it could nothavc Proventics are little candy rold cure reasoned it had sought and a concrete example with which to WJH gladly mail you samples and a point thc moral of its teaching It book on Colds if you vrite rould not have done better than ini The samples prove their vitc attention to the gentlemen ho Check early Colds with Preventics occupy the Opposition at Otans stop Sold in oc and ALBERTA SUGAR IS FREE FROM MICROBES The Disease Bearing Germ is Very Prevalent in the Imported of Raymond Sugar is Pro nounced Ui it cUaaljr to IU ca by blood or filtered through charred boaeargivea em ployment to Canadians payi noocy to Tha food question quite vividly when we ant con fronted with a microbe in Professor Tublic Analyst THE BEST SERVICE IN STOP AT THE 2oc boxes by JX Higiubotham of whose husband was imprisoned for three months for illtreating her and the committed suicide when For eleven years tho Conservatives have been in opposition at and during those eleven aside from tho purely negative course of opposing whatever the Government has what service have they rendered to the people of Canadahe was fearing his What single constructhc idea have they contributed to the moulding of i the nations future What part have j they borne or tried to bear in mak ing broader and firmer the ibundat ions of our national life Or what j suggestions have they offered for hastening or strengthening the edifice which is being erected on these foun dations What policy have they elabj orated and advanced for the better j HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS of our national opportun ities What legislation have they ofi fered for the better government of i our people Whut measures have they advocated for broadening the opportunities or lessening the in pqualities of the conditions of life in Canada And what does the Opposition signify today to the people of Can iada What distinctive proposals fJRll1 QUICKLY KNOCKED OUT i weeks age during the severe winter weather both my wife and my ef contracted colds which speedily developed iito the worst kind of la frippe with all its miserable symp suys Eglcston of Maple Knees and head of the City of who has ex amined samples of raw states that they contained great numbers of disgusting which pruduca a disgusting Their slmpo is very accurately shown in the accom panying magnified two hund red Fig 1 is the under side and 2 is the upper His description is as follows The Acarus sacchari is a formid ably organized exceedingly and decidedly ugly little From its body stretches forth a proboscis terminating in a kind of scissors with which it seizes upon its Its organs of loco motion consist of eight each jointed and at its extremi ty with a In the Its from one place to an other are necessarily but when placed on a perfectly clean and dry surface it moves along with I joints muscles j stopped eyes and nose running uith alternate sjjells of chills and We using Chnmlwrlaihs aiding the samewilh a douhfc dose of ChumbcrLiins Stomach and Liver and by its liberal use sooncompletely knock eel out the Sold byAll Drug Stock Saddles Farm Concord always on We can guarantee you complete this body of mombers represent do they stum for today in the public thought of Canada in the way of progressive more A now bushel elevator is being1 erected Salve is good for any disease of the It allaya satisiactory the itching and burning sensation in lapid and economical development of our rap id and thorough accomplishment of our national liSliny Aside from mechanical denouncement of anv nd For Sale by All Successors to Homer Hutchinson Che ftotcl flrlinflion PROPJ GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COID WATW RATES A DAY LETH BRIDGE ALBERTA ROYAL HOTEL Irvine Proprietors FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS Blunoz Canadian Serfe Herald Bring Tho Kegina school board is con tcmj tho erection of fire i escapes on the citv school every proposal brought forward by i iis a rosmt ot tnc lesson taught hy the trom an tho holocaust in Montreal jaole and undying hunger for i and from unswerving loyalty thc ihigh protection which crippled their j do j stand identified And upon what grounds do they justify their occupancy of scats in parliament Such questions need only to be j asked to suggest their own In the negative of opi posing whatever the Government has j had to thc Opposition may lw credited with having fully dischargt ed the opportunities of their position nnd that usnaily without regard as whftlhor or not the proposals J ihould and also regard ess of the sudden reversals of posi ion Rut beyond this they mvc not nor apparently at to Satisfied with pressing their disapproval of jvcr thc j or Opposition do not ap cir to have recognized any obliga tion to ndvnncc alternatives for j what hnve Aside i from the which they must j be acknowledged thc consistent j unrelenting champions of commercial farthest they have gone has been to suggest what might be not what they Ixi I to be done and what they would do if they had the op By their own inability or indifference they haxe abandoned the position of competitors with thfc Government in he and advocacy of public and have become a body of carping querulously complaining of whatever the Government proposes but pro sen ling northing ns a Is this all thc country is entitled to expect from nn Opposition Ad mitting that the business of an Op position is to is an Opposi ition to bo considered as having dis charged that duty by the mechanics function of talking and voting Ag ainst whatcxer measures the Govcrn jmcnt propose and whatever policy Uis Government may adopt Aretha He adds that the number of Acari found in raw sugar is sometimes ex ceedingly and in no instance is the article quite free from either thc insects or their osci Muscova as it comes from the should never toe The Acari sacchari do not occur in beet such as that manufactur ed by Knights of because this sugar is all and as Professor Cameron explains grantu lated bugar not contain any nitrogenous substance upon which they could The Acari sacc hari are never found except in yellow sugars produced from cane Professor Williams a sugar expert of considerable who is very familiar with all sugars and who has studiod minutely thc sugar beet problem in Alberta and our sugar factory at makes thc following statement which is cer tainly very interesting reading COMPAttlSOX OF CANE AND BEET Granulated sugar is simply small er crystals of rock candy which re presents the highest of purity obtainable and is ever the same matte1 whence its source so long as all foreign matter is removed from the Its composition is ex pressed by tha formula C II 010 ami remains the same in everj instance whether obtained from su gar cane or sugar beets or any other source fram which the crystal may be formed and ths foreign matter com pletely distinction between sugar re fineries and sugar factories Is often A sugar factory manu factures the product from the which for the most part is the sugar beet or sugar cane and in the case of cane sugar mctor ies the product Is raw which is sold to toe refineries to Lc remelted and refined to the granu lated and yellow sugnrs of The process of refining cane consists mainly of reraolting and heating with some material which will coagulate and collect the float ing or suspended matter in the form of a scum which by a skimming In some cases dried blood is used lor this purpose as it coagulates readily when heated in There is a further treatment with bone charcoal filtered after which the liquor is boiled to grain to produce granulated while the or molasses as coin monly are used for produc ing the yellow sugars and the molas ses of There is oftentim a of Tin Chloride used to make a bright golden color lor the yellow sugars and such matters have been taken vigorously in in the Pure Food regulations The beet sugar factories of Ameri ca such as Knights Sugar Companys factory at Raymond tuke the raw material and treat by means of lime and sulphur ing sulphur granulated perfonuiog1 ol tZetoty and refinery At i U poiiibUvitk cause of which and en of CAM sufar to ationa of the aad to coagulating maUrial and finally to through ia tha dlicolortttkNi MMMd hy of glucoMt te tWT as far as it U VALUE The value to Uh rovinoe of a industry as compared situated on coast yond refining industry to ik provinces Canadiaa is fao trilling as to ainkoM while oflUM domestic beet sugar injustry is iy 80 per ton of sugar The ratio betwwo grow ers of the crop and the manufaciNir J in their receipts from of the manufactured product approximately ont grower is paid a fixed the manufacturer must depend the fluctuations of market so that there is some tion from the above bufthat is er There is of course a large proportion of the amount paidin the labor of manufacturing goes to the as they ly represent the larger part foice used in the labor is obtained almost y from local The parisou the growing a crop of beets tioti with hit other products anu sous tteirrJ in the plant after the vesthijf season is over to uianufacturing the finiit ailed the degiaded class of tive labor used in the case factories and also the cheap foreign labor usually employed in the reftuW eries at the beyond com parison so far as the effect s the country and society generally We have only tolive for a time where the domestic beet sugu ar industry hasgained a footholdto realize the The increase io those material possess ions that tend towards a highertype of life greater refinement is decidedly mark More goods of a higherclass are purchased And the trainingjaec essary to produce the more iotenaeiy essary to produce the more intensely to a community f The whole tends to largely to the home markets of the and greatly diversifies the industries because of the In dustries such as dairying and stoek feeding that goes with the develop ment of the beet sugar industry in a BENEFIT THE Lost but not least is the val ue of establishing a of produc a staple article and competition in the that Can only result in a large saving to consumers of such a country as the Canadian where competi tion is not always sufficient to In sure reasonable prices for the staple article We believe in SOUTHERN i ALBERTA The Land of Golden Wo have special selected tracts of very fine land DISTRICT Cf Made m and published abroad as die Jinest product of the Canadian woollen The Blunoz Serge has stood and it has prevented the extinction o the finer woollen trade in 4 The Government recognized its worth and worthiness whesi rt de clined to increase the on British worsteds and Coayiay mAt ttic rnl Bluaor Sfrft Svrtt for tfw Wrt worth in the SctMtvWjr IMI mt Tailoring for IN THE also bargains near Stirling and Write to onr General Office for KNO General Agent j j LAND DEPARTMENT Iron morfcs Ltd Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Valves TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Pipe Iron Babbit Metal BOILER REPAIRS OF ALlL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED V V ;