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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge JPaily Herald. Wednesday, A ugust "The Reason Why" of the Corby Quality The Scrap-heap is a sign of industrial progress. To discard still serviceable machinery in favor of newer and better models is not economy. By speeding up efficiency and increasing output, a manufacturer can give better goods at the same price. The apparatus used at our distillery for ranking Corby's "Special Selected" Rye Whisky is the most thoroughly modern equipment money can buy. No out of appliances there. The scrip heap has claimed them. MECHANICALLY, we are always changing. But in the vital essentials of whisky making our ia 50 yearsi Trom first to last we have always used the cream of the grain crops aad-r-we have always our whisky ia the good old fashioaed it in charred barrels. 50W ly atljirat doss Hotels, Cafes and Liquor Stores. rue H. Corby Distillery Company Limited Head Offices: Montreal. "Corby'sof CorbyvllleforOverHalf-a-Century" IA Matter Of Dollars i and Cents With CP'.R. EVERYONESEEMS (Continued from front Examined the Agreement The v'.iole party adjomuvl to the city hall to examine the agreement to above, ;tiid .Mr. Ooiiybeare. rluj city solicitor, was called. The in the agreement, bearing on the matter stated that the C. P. R. was "to maintain a terminal divisional point a i Flyer Arrives Later Mr. Price was of the opinion that by making' the -transfer in nuestiou rho company would be acting entirely within tbe terms of the agreement. However, he would postpone the or- der to enable the city to examine the correspondence and if passenger en- j trine crews were to -be maintained i here the transfer would not matter, i incidentally Mr. Price stated that the westbound flyer would pass' through Lethbridge at C :uia., starting- next Sun-day. Also that he knew norn- inc re tiie construction of. the Hue east from Carmangay. and that there would probably be a round trip train to Calgary on the Aidersyde branch. T9 A NEW CHURCH AT FERNIE B. C AN M. P. ARRESTED C. P. HILL BUILDING Mc- Moncton. N. B.. Aug. Dr. Allster, M. P., for Albert, -Vas arrested on a 'charge of assault at the .Honcton speedway yesterday af- ternoon. It. is charged that while the races were on, he appeared near the judge's stand, and apparently without any provocation or warning struck Aid. James A. McAnn in the face. CANADIAN Special Rates to Toronto ExMbition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 BLOCK AT FERNIE Latirier Given Great I Welcome at Vancouver i ..___________________ i (Continued from front v j "FRUiT-HiVES" Oeoianil Always Increasing Becaose "Frait-a-tives" Cores The real value of any article may be judged by the demand for Steadily increasing sales are the surest indication of intrinsic merit. This applies to a medicine as well as to a breakfast food. First introduced to the public in Ottawa, the fame of Frait-a-tives" quickly spread until to-day these fruit juice tablets are and used in every section of the Dominion.' The only reason for this extraordinary demand is that "Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine in the world made of fruit, and is the only remedy that will positively cure Constipation, Bilious- ness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Backache, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Bladder and Kidney Trouble. One has only to read the testimonials given to Fruit-a-tives by some of the best known and most highly esteemed people of Canada, to appreciate the wonderful amount of good that this fraud fruit medicine has done and is oing for the sick and suffering. _ 500. a box. 6 for or trial boi, 250. At dealers, or sent, postpaid, on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, (Special to the Herald) "You made a magnificent] Fernie, Aug. 18.-C. P. Hill, said the premier, who coun-j his Hon. MacKenzie manager of the Hillcresc coal mines. seiied the directors to emulate an-d who is now travelling in com- jjaes adopted by Toronto's National j pany .with his wife through Exhibition, "which in my opinion is i on a recreation trip. bas left insiruc-, without equal on the continent, with j asked, not this method more lar- tions with his manager. Thomas H. J closely in the wake." Cochrane, of for the con- were British born, many 01 them hav- ing worn British" uniforms and fought in Britain's battles. He had sent King on a confidential mission to Calcutta and since that time not one other man has come from India. Laurier (Special to the Feruie, Aug. corner stone of Christ church was laid this even- ing. Rev. S. H. Graham, of Nelson, j Very Kev. Archdeacon Beer, of Kas- i jlo, Rev. E. P. Fluelling, of Cran- I j brook, Rev. A. B. Urouthers, oil jUosmer, and Rev. W. M. Walton, rec-j j tor of Christ Church here, were all j [present and took part in the cei'e-j 'monies. W. R. Ross, M.P.P., laid I the stone in the presence of a large j gathering: of people, j The basement of this church was' completed last year and -has been i used as a place of worship by the I congregation since that time. When completed the new edifice will have cost nearly and will be a very handsome church building. The Church of England is the (fourth to lay its corner stone for a luge of fire i; the Salvation Army, i Methodists, Presbyterian and the Bap j tists leading the way in the order i named. The Roman Catholic people have finished the excavation for what will be. when finished, the largest church building in town. This last named j church will be completed next year, j when all the church societies of the j town will -have started anew in larg- jer, better buildings than they pos- isessed before the fire. 'Everyone says the best treat yet offered Lethbridge Music Lovers. It is to laugh. You'll Have To Hurry TO-NIGHT-LAST TIME Prices 50c, 75c, Seats on sale at Red Cross Drug Store NOTABLES PAY VISIT TO The horse show arena, with a struction of a large equipped Q. was croTrded to block upon the corner lately: doQrs aT hundreds occupied by tie temporary Xapanee; awar vere siven by hotel on upper Victoria avenue. premier, G. P. Graham' ca- the and j SISIltcd than those who attacked his j Oriental policies. The premier then pointed out the importance the Pacific trade, and that nations were vieing for it, and that resentment ex- isted in China and Japan, when Cali- fornia had attempted, to humble their BIG TIME FOR QUEEN'S OWN i citizens so that the president had to the California authorities to The building will be thoroughly Wm Templeman. Sir to-date in every feature and will add; dealt naTa] questiou very materially -to the appearance of ideals for Canadian Ba_ iri-rnVm nf Tna _ t-iiCii. ML-ti. 1 lie MlClUloJ. tn.t poruon ox tne .outness streeu accorded a magnificent j fair rivpc; rnnn .dealing and declared them worthy of PUGGLEY GIVES GOOD The Oriental Question emulation by daughter nations. NEWS TO OW.N SOUND, Si r wflwd up The Trades and Labor CouncH Toronto. Aug. hon-drea question, stating he realized it was people left Toronto today on the C. i the question of all questions in- this Tickets, on Sale.Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept 23, 1910. 1 P. R. third harvesting excursion to Dr. .Herbert E. Shepard voluntarily Transit Limit 10 days in each direction [decided to go to the jury to answer a charge of bigamy against him to- day. The crown had not sufficient evidence to send him up for trial. During his reception at Owen Sound j last night Hon. Pugslej expressed gov- i eminent endorsation of the proposed million dollar dry dock and ship I building plant. For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNElLLtE, Dist, Pass. Agent., Calgary. Alta. S. B. MITCHELL. Local Agent. LETHBRIDGE. province. The premier then reviewed the problem both as a laoor factor, from its international aspect and from a status of British, born Orien- tals. The premier explained the trip of Hon. Mr. Lemieux to Japan and arrangements consented to by ihe government which the pre- mier declared had been -decidedly Irted i up to- British India had Been more cii-S- j cult, most of the people from there I on the Premier tomorrow on the question of Asiatic immigra1a.oTi, j while lumbermen will present views on tariff. WANT FRENCH-CANADIAN MAYOR Ottawa. Aug. French-Can- Will be Kept on the "Move in .London of Band to Canada London. Aug. programme for the entertainment of the Queen's Own Rifles, of 'during" their four days' stay in London is so full that their ingenuity will be taxed t'o complete it. It includes a banquet each day. visits to .theatres- aad music 'halls, drives through the city, and oth- er fe'stivicies. Bandmaster Williams of the Grena- diers said that the full" stj the .band is 66 but only 40 are going to Canada. "Only good music1 will he says. "No- more numbers than are absolutely necessary of what are new only called popular airs will be included in- the pro- grammes. Canadian bands' themselv- adi'ans of Ottawa are anxious to have }es will'be able to supply an'abundance of rag time and similar music if peo- ple require it. At the same- time the character "of the music that I shall send them will not -be too austere." a mayor of their own race- elected' next year and will nominate Caron. It is tea years -since Ottawa had- a- FrencS: mavor. (Special to the Fernie, Aug. Hindlip. a director of the Great Northern Rail- way, and a personal friend of J. J. Hill, president of the board of direc- tors of that road, came into- Fernie on Sunday on a special which brought Mr. Hill's private car to the city, and went on to Cranbrook Monday morning. His Lordship was on a trip com1-- bining business with pleasure, and his; stay here was scarcely known until he was leaving br train for Cran- brook and the west. Captain Desborough, long connected' with the testing station at Woolwich, England, and Mr. Hudson, are due in Feraie tomorrow or next day on their tour of inspection of explosives, used" in mining in this district. These gentlemen are making exten- sive iav-estigations of the explosives- used in the different branches of in- dustrial work, especially that of rein- ing, and are on their way here from the coast, where they have been pur- suing their investigations. The Farmers' Elevator company of KilJara has declared a dividend of six per cent, for the vear. W. J. Nelson Syndicate Sale is Still Going On Many Lines go- ing below cost Now. is the time to buy Shoes st Dav of The last of the Gray Hardware in the North Store. Saturday night the sign will come down. The small balance remaining will be moved to the store. We strain as a racer for three days to move out to the people Deeper Reductions Throughout Both Stores This is the theme of the last days of .the Gray stock. Watch the windows for prices on COAL OIL HEATERS. Why pay when will do here? Why pay and when buys one here? Block Pulleys are half price. Stove Pipes are 10c. a length, Elbows are 2 for 25c. instead of 25c, each. Nickel Tea Kettles are 90c and Tea Pots, Enamel Pots and Trays are 50c now. Flour Tins are 65c instead of for the 25 flk size. Stone Dinnerware is moving in quantities at about half the regular prices. There is certainly distraction OBL every side OUT GO THE 75 yours to-morrow. Hundreds are buying stoves here. You can't stop the enthusiasm of the people with such reductions at hand See Our Stoves at and See our Ranges for the ones for Souvenirs, the Gurney-Tildens, the Findlay Stoves, the Royal Records, with and without reservoirs Profit Be of the Cost as Well Flat Silverware Cutlery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, regular prices dead and buried. Pumps, Forges, Anvils, Grind Stones, Ladders. Get a 4 ft. House Ladder, made strong enough to hold your wife even if she does weigh 220 Ibs. isn't much; besides, it may save a life. See what 50c will buy, what 25c will buy. Gee! 5e and lOc 25c worth here week Gray Loses, and You Take No Chances This is the gospel of money-saving to the the -miner, the housewife, the farmer, the mechanic. the carpenter, the artizan, and the plumber THE EVELY SALES COMPANY V THE END IS IN SIGHT ;