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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." Ogilvie's "Royal Household" Flour as milled hy a process controlled by themselves, insuring absolute purity. Cannot be equalled for brwul or pastry. ---Sold in 08 lb., 19 lb. mid 24 )b. slicks------- Nelson \w credited with the full ills-'cliui'ico of (heir duties wliun thoy content llivniNclvcN with mmitly contlumn Ing without alternative what In pro-'poHoil by thosa who occupy the | benches opposite, them? Or Is their doing so to be considered sufllciclent The London Times lias conic, to reason why the Government should the conclusion-that the Opposition jbc overthrown and replaced by those ._ . , , , ,, , ;, who have propounded no policy save in the Imperial Parliament should i of tQ do wh�toVep thc discharge some more potent and use- Government proposes to do? ful function In public alTalis than | Su(.|, are not the limitations us  that of automatically opposing ev-]ually plucod upon the functions of ery proposal made by the Govern - an Opposition, nor 4hc qualifications tncnt. The Times holds the viewthat j ordinarily considered sufficient to It Is also the business of the Oppos- untltlu a party to claim the lllon to develop un alternative pot- privilege of governing the coun-Icy and to try to lepresent to the! try. A purty which has country not only what ought not to nr. policy of its own to ofTcr cannot bc done, but also what should bo expect either to generate much en-done. Hc\lowing nn Article by Sir thuslnsni or to command much re-lohn (torsi, touching on the (|uos 's'pect when it assails the policy of I lion, the Times says in pari: its opponents, and If n party can- j "Hut, if wo nre* compelled to ilis- not develop and promulgate a policy j sent profoundly from Sh' .lohn when out of power there certainly is Oorst's Htuleiiteni of fuels, we inny ) mighty Utile reason to expect that [yet do well to take u wuruiug from It would be able to do so If placed j the events vlth which his letter In power. ideals. The unionist party rnnnol ; I NI.KMH AND t'N'l'lI. TI1K CON-, [hope for success if it iillows itself HKUVATI.VK I'AIITV OK CANADA I Profssaor Cnnwron j to become a parly whose only poll- FOHMtrLATK ASM) CHAMPION A i tlcnl conception is that "f resist. - POLICY KOIl TIIK COVKHNMKNT j jnnce to the proposals of the Onvern-'oF TI1K COUNTKY T1TKY CAN | ALBERTA SUGAR IS FREE FROM MICROBES The Disease Bearing Germ is Very Prevalent in the Imported Sugar.-Knight's of Raymond Sugar is Pronounced Pure. Best sugar Is purs, everything is cleasljr In Its manufacture-not coagulated by blood or filtered through charred lx>a*s-gives employment to Canadians ami pays money to farmers. The pure food question comes quite vividly before us when we are confronted with a microbe in sugar. Public Analyst ^lOIO^OlOjXOIOTOIO^ Meats,Poultry and Game Unsurpassed in exe�11onc�. We supply the best the market affords, (live us a (rial. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 v vc)joj3:o;o:o:om):o:o:o:o:o:(>:o;' .0:0:1. xpnse UKl'LACK. NOH NK.KI) THKV K.X j the demerits of the legislation that PKCT THAT TltK PK.OPLK OK others propose it must l,. neoplc of Canada? he wus released, tearing his return. ! Jointed and furnished at its extreml- Easter Holidays. What slngie constructive idea have i they contributed to the moulding of FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE, STOP AT THE [the nation's future? What part have j they borne or tried to bear in nuik-j ing broader and firmer the foundations of our national life? Or what suggest ions have they offered for I hastening or strengthening the edifice ; which is being erected on these foun Uations? What policy have they elaborated and advanced for the better II utilization of our national opportunities? What legislation have ihey offered for the better government of our poople? What measures have j they advocated for broadening the .opportunities or lessening the inequalities of the conditions of life In Canada? And what does "the Opposition" ' ^ , signify to-day to the |x.ople of Can-uda? Whut distinctive proposals docs ' this body of members represent? I What do they stand for to-day in ""^itho public thought of Canada in the way of progressive legislation, more j,.. satisfactory administration. more  'rapid and economical development of k'our national resources, or more rnp-id and thorough accomplishment of our national destiny? Aside from mechanical denouncement of any and every proposal brought forward by the Government, from an umpietttion- OIHP qril'KLV KNOCKKD OCT WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS "Some weeks ago during the severe I winter weather both my wife and my- | .-elf contracted colds which speedily ; developed into the worst kind of la Kiipl',- with all Its miserable symp  loins," says Mr. .1. S. Kgleston of Maple landing, Iowa. "KniH's and , joints aching, muscles sore, head ! slopped up, eyes and nose running uilh allernuti- spells of chills and | fever. We I etjun using ChamlH'rlaiu's � CoiikIi Keinedy, uiding the samewIth I a doiil.fe ilnse of Chamboll.lln's ! Sioinuch and Liver Tablets, and by ; its use soon completely knock j cd out the grip." Hold by All Drug- ty 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." A new K>.out) bushel elevator Is being erected at Suskatoon, Sask. Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord ITnrness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can ^uarantoe you complete satisfaction. | able and undying hunger for olllce, and from unswerving loyalty to tho , high protection which crippled their ^country-with what principles d� 11 they stand identified? And upon | j what grounds ilo they justify their occupancy ot sents iu purlloment? i Such (piestions mini only to In-asked to suggest their own answers (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) Chamberlain's Salve is good for any disease of the skin. It nllaya the Itching and 1.inning sensation instantly. For Sale by All Druggists. He adds that "the number of Acari i found in raw sugar Is sometimes exceedingly great, and in no instance I is the article quite free from either tho insects or their eggn." Muscovu-do, as it cornea from the colonics, should never lie used." The Acuri saccharl do not occur in beet sugar, such as that manufactured by Knight's of Raymond, because this sugar Is all firanulatexl, and as Professor Cameron explains grantu-lated sugar "does not contain any nitrogenous substance upon which they could feed." Tho Acari sacc-hari are never found except in yellow Biigars produced from cane sugar. Professor A. It. Williams a sugar expert of considerable note, who is very familiar with all sugars and who has studied minutely thc sugar beet problem in Alberta and our sugar factory at Raymond, makes the following statement which Is cor tnlnly very Interesting reading: COMPARISON OK CAN 10 AND NKET SCOAR. "Orniiulnted sugar Is simply smaller crystals of rock candy which represents thc highest state of purity olttalnahte and is ever the same no matter whence Its source so lonn as all foreign matter Is removed from the crystal. Its composition Is ex pressed by the formula {(! 12, II 22, O 10) ami remains the samo in cverj Instance whether olttalned from su gar cane or sugar liccts or any other source fram which the crystal may be formed and the foreign matt or completely removed. The distinction between sugar re fineries and sugar factories Is often contusing. A sugar factory iwvnu factures the product from the raw material, which for the most part is either the sugar beet or sugar cane and in the case of cane sugar factor lea the product Is " raw sugar," which is aold to tne refineries to bc remelted and refined to the granulated and yellow sugars of commerce. The process of refining cane sugar, consists mainly ot romolltng and heating with some material which will coagulate and collect the float ing or suspended matter In the form of a. scum which ia .removed by a Bkimnilug 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 la boiled to grain to produco granulated sugar, while the syrups, or molasses us com monly expressed, aro used for producing the yellow sugars and tho molasses of commerce There Is oftentim-en �, solution of Tin Chloride used to make a bright golden color for the yellow sugars and such matters havo been taken up quite vigorously in tin-State* In the Pure Fond regulations The beet augar factories of America such as Knights Sugar Companys factory at Raymond tuka the raw material and treat by means of limo and sulphur dioxide (the (pis of burn' Ing sulphur) so as to profile* a pure granulated sugar directly, thereby performlog the function or fietory and refinery at once. V.",, This is possible with bast JulMiJbt cause of the abseaes of ttta^M^ which occur* in abuftdane* lift Juices, and compels the saaat ers of cans sugar to malt* two-*,..... ations ot the process, and to alia Wtl coagulating material above a^Uoaf' ed, and finally to pass.tlw ltew�t*'*. through bone charcoal fllt�fV�^ remove the discoloration mmM"^-. the presence of gtucoa* in ta* 'Uqnbrf;, as far as It I* possible to do. >'-' VALUE TO 1MB PROVINCE. AS The value to the comnuulty province of a domestic beet wggiT, Industry as compared wit* � rsfrnsi/ � situated on the coast is alraoM-ba^* yond coinpariaon. The Value of ta* refining Industry to the InOrior? provinces of the Canadian Nortk�r**t,: is ao trilling as to be almost bsyitjaid' consideration, while the value of: tho^ domestic beet sugar Industry to n**ir�f. � ly $80 per ton of sugar ntaWsfM^I tured. The ratio between tho grow*": ers ot the crop and the manutaetHT-' ers In their receipts from the vnlu* of tho manufactured product Stand*' approximately one half aach. Tns grower Is paid a fixed price walls tho manufacturer must depend upon tho fluctuations of market ao that so that there Is some small vniin* f tioti from the above but that is aev-ur large. There Is of courss a large proportion of the amount paid In the labor of manufacturing that also goes to the growers as they actually represent the larger part ot the force used In manufacturing also, as , the labor is obtained almost entirely from local communities. The coin-luu-isoiv l>ctween the mixed farmer grow lug a crop ot beets in conjunction with his other products and of himself ami his sons taking their positions in the plant after the harvesting season is over to aid i* tns manufacturing of the finished product, and the degraded class of native labor used in the can* augar factories and also the cheap foreign labor usually employed in the refineries at the coast, is beyond comparison so far as the affect upon the country and society generally I* i concerned. Wo have only to live for a 'time where the domestic beet sugar industry has gained a foothold to realize the difference. The increase in those material possessions that tend towards a higher type of life and greater refinement is decidedly mark ed. More goods of a higher-class are purchased and the training nec-cssury to produce the more idensely essury to produce the more intensely to a community also. The whole tends to add largely to tho home markets ot the province, and greatly diversifies the Industrie* becauso of the collateral minor industries such as dairying and stock feeding that goes with the development of the beet sugar industry in a locality. IIENEFIT THE CONSUMER. Last hut not least la the great val uo of establishing a means of produc ins a staple article and creating * competition in the markets that San only result in a large saving to tne consumers of Buch a country aa the Canadian Northwest whore competition is not always sufficient to Insure reasonable price* for the staple article o> consumption." The Iteginu school board is con - i temi tiling th" erection of lire escapes on the city school buildings, as a result of the lesson taught by the holocaust in Montreal recently. the fiotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THC TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAV LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ROYAL * HOTEL TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $ 1.50 and $2.00 per Day Herald Ads. Bring Results. ;In the negative capacity-that of opposing whatever the Ciovernment has hud to offer-tlit> Opposition may be credited with having fully discharged the opportunities of their position ami that usually without regard as j to whether or not the proposals I should he opposed, ami also rogard-j less of the sudden reversals of position involved. Hut beyond this they I havo not gone, nor apparently attempted to go. Satisfied with expressing their disapproval of whatever the CSovernmunt proposed-good , or bad-the Opposition do not np -poar to have recognized any obliga - , lion to advance alternatives for what they havo condemned. Aside . from tho tariff-in which they must > be acknowledged the consistent and unrelenting champions of commercial , prohibition-tho farthest they have gono has been to suggest whut j might be done, not what they bo - ; Moved ought to bo clone and whut ! they would do if they had tho op -portunily. ny their own Inability or indifference they havo abandoned tho position of competitors with thn j Government in tho development anil j advocacy of public policy, and hnve | become a body of carping critics, | cpjorulously complaining of whatever tho (Jovornnient proposes but pre -Hunting no-thing ns a substitute. ; Is this all the country is entitled to expect from nn Opposition? Ad- I milling that the business of an Op- ; position is to opposo, is an Opposi- : lion to bo considered as having dis- . 'charged lluit duty by tho mechanical function of talking and voting against whatever measures tho Government propose and whatever policy the Government may adopt? Aretao i We believe in SOUTHERN ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. " Blunoz "-The Canadian Serge TU SifMt oi Snnty Q Made in Canada, and published abroad as the finest product of the Canadian woollen mills.