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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMf ttTHOlOOf PAH.V MtHACO, DCCCMMft 2, Bulk Tea Loses Flavor It not only loses flavor but it takes on new ones, such kerosene, molasses, onions, coffee, soap, etc., to say nothing of its exposure to sun, dust, dirt and air. To overcome this II SALADA II is sold only in sealed lead in bulk CONDUCTOR SCORES ftPOTTERS Up Train and Figures Checked Correct Toronto, Nov. night, at Leeside Junction, spotters boarded the C. P. R. train from Montreal, due ihere at 6.55 p.m. They went over 'the train and reported Conductor Parkes six fares. He disputed their count, and insisted on having the re- turns checked over again. The audit- ors agreed, but wanted the train to go ahead, but the conductor said 'no.' He held the train for seventeen min- utes, when the figures were checked over again. He was then found to be 0. K. and the train was hurried on its way to the city. What You Can Buy For Ladies' Velour Calf Blucher, 'Tltwell" Brand. A useful winier shoe, per pair Ladies' Vlci Uucher, pat. Up, "Fitwell" Brand. A stylish dreea shoe. Per pair ladies' Fine Tan Calf Blucher, "Fltwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Box Calf, Velour Calf. Vici Kid. or "Kang- aroo" leather, blucher cuL Made on lateet mod- els. "Fitwell" Brand. Per pair Men's Working Shoes, from, per pair House slippers in all the newest Call and inspect our goods II II II II HI I-M-t-l-M-H-t-H-M-I-H-H- fH-H-H-H-H- 1 1 'I-I-H-j; T eceive -expert attention with only first quality of drugs and exact quantities. Your doctor will be alto- gether satisfied if your pre- scriptions are dispensed at the i People's Drug Store I NORTH WARD. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Druggist Option Phone 445 Night Bell LEGISLATURE MEETS THIS EVENING The Legislature of the Province of Alberta meets in Mock Parliament tonight. The opening of the house will be accompanied with the cere- monies due the occasion. Lieutenant- Governor Galbraith will read the speech from the throne after R. Wallace, .the member for Lethbridge District, has been elected speaker. The reply will be moved by Gladstone Virtue' of Ponoka and seconded by R. 31. Maclean of Nahton. For the government the reply will be support- ed by Premier Davidson and his lieu- tenant, W. H. McLellaiid, member for Edmonton. D. R. Ware of Medicine Hat and the leader of the opposition will.also speak. The'Socialist mem- ber for Rocky Mountain, George Broadley, is also slaied to speak. The House assembles at S.30 this evening ia the parliament buildings, situated in the Y. M. C. rooms in the basement of Wesley church. ON THE I EARL OF CREWE ANSWERS CAP ITAL SCARE OF THE A BRILLIANT SCENE. J. Smale, of Carberry, has re- fuscd the position of manager of the Brandon Fair at a salary of per vear. Charles A. Griffin, a powder man- ufacturer, who had of late years i ried business in British Columbia died at Brockrille, aged 56, from ner- vous breakdown as a result of having figured in several explosions. Iff himm Cure I quickly stops ctires colds, heals the tiiroat a.nd lungs, 23 In reply to the letter in The Her- ald by W. D. L. Hardie, Aid. Adams reproduces bis address to the elect- ors as formerly published: In offering myself as mayor of tffls city for the year 1910, I think you should be aware of the municipal pro- gram which I think should be follow- ed as far as possible. First, the continued extension of our water, sewage and lighting sys- tem throughout 'the city as rapidly as finances will permit. The continuation of our improve- ments in the way of street grading and sidewalks and the pavement of our streets commencing where traffic is greatest. The immediate adoption of mea- sures that will meet as far as possible the dust nuisance. I believe that we can get more val- ue for our money than at present by having a closer and more business- like supervision over its expenditures and I think this can be accomplished by a commission of three, who should be appointed by and responsible to your council. I am not prepared to advise the abolition of the council, and the placing of all expenditure in !the hands of a Board of Control, but your commission woulti relieve the council of much detail and effect a strict and economical control over expenditure, the( whole being subject to the approval vof the council; the commissioners being subject to dis- missal at any time by the council. I certainly believe in municipal ownership, but there is no catch phraae yet coined that can be turned to such extravagance and wasteful expenditure of municipal monies. With regard to the Street Railway Franchise, I, if elected mayor, will carry out the wishes of the electors as expressed by the vote en. Decem- ber 6th. If you wish to grant a street railway franchise. I believe the agree- ment submitted is as good as can be secured. If. you wish the city to withhold the franchise and at a later period undertake the street rail- way as a municipally owned enter- prise, it is in your power to say so on the day of voting, and I shall carry out your wishes. j In conclusion T can pay that 'if elected I shall bring the same care jand attention to your business that I have in the past applied to my own. Yours truly. E. ADAMS. LYCEUM TO-NIGHT Miss Verna Felton AND Will present the great western comedy drama entitled TENNESSEE'S Tomorrow, Friday, will be presented Margaret Anglin's greatest success, a story of the Boer War Prices of (Id mission 25c. 5t, 75c, Seats on Sale at the Arcade or Theatre Box-office rotary of state of Minnesota and was later rditor of the St. Paul''Pioneer Press and later of the Red Wing (Minn.) Republican. And Solicits a FAIR SHARE of YOUR BUSINESS. These are a few of the lines LADIES' Corsets to Underclothing to Black Tights Pf- Black Bloomers pr. Worsted and Cashmere Hose....... .......................30c to 50c Wool Shawls each Flannelette and Black Cashmere Gloves, 2 Dome Fasteners .....................30c Black. White and Col'd Wool Glover .39c Hnir Retainers 25c each Side Combs 10 to 30s each -D's Underclothing1 40, 50, 60 and 65c Children's Hose. Wool and Cashmere 25, 30, 35 and 40c 'Toques arid Stocking Cups 40, 55 and 65c Children's Sweaters 65, 70 and 75c Children's Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c CENTS Stanfield's Suit Fleece Lined Suit Working- Pants........ pr. Ovendls Smocks, and ea. Sweaters ea Caps.....................75c to Worsted and Cashmere Socks...... ............30, 35, 40, 45, 55, 60c Worsted Socks, job......4 pr for Canvas Gloves .................10c pr. Gloves and Mitts ......30 to pr. Col'd and Silk Hdkfs ............10-50C Grey Blankets Cotton Blankets Wool Blankets........... Table Oilcloth ................30c yd. Flannelette.............12 1-2 and 15c Flannel i n Red and Grey .30 and 45c Apron Gingham and Prints.........15C Toweling ...............2 for 25c yd. Towels ..................10 to 25c ea. White Col'd Circular Pillow Cotton .........25c yd. Madras Muslin ...........20 to 75C yd. We want your business and will make it worth your while to give us your patronage> OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 1O P.M. London, Nov. divi- sion was the most tame and decor- ous on record. When the vote was announced a little before midnight the majority emitted a languid cheer, the defeated minority maintained polite silence. The House was thronged to suffocation. Lord Loreburn, Lord High Chancellor, had half a dozen peers sitting on the woodstack with him, there being no places elsewhere. The space about was not filled solid- ly with noblemen of all ranks, but they thronged1 in only when the divi- sion was about to take place. 'Then even the, Earl of Wcmyss and March, who is ninety-one years old. appeared to be contented. The spectators in brilliant costumes and dazzling jew- els, lined the gallery and lent a touch of color and brightness to the scene. Grand Duke Michael of Russia, and Countess Torbey, his wife, were the only outsiders in the "distinguished" strangers' gallery, and they were ad- mitted by the King's special permit. Churchill and Burns Present As a rule the ministers hurry from the House of Commons and from the steps of the throne to listen to an important debate by the Lords, but on this occasion no minister save Winston Churchill and -John Burns attended. Took Half An Hour The tellers for the division were the Karl of Waldegrave, Viscount Churchill, Baron Lord Colebrooke. The division took half an hour because of the number of peers to be counted, some of them getting no further than the lobby. The Marquis of Dufferin, the Duke of Connaught, the Archbishop 'of Canter- bury, Viscount St. Aldwyn, who was Michael Hicks-Beach, a Conservative chancellor of the exchequer, Earl De La Warr, the Earl of Lytton and several other peers and bishops -did not vote. The Archbishop of York and the Bishops of Birmingham, Chester and St. Asaph voted against the amendment. The Bishop of Lin- coln voted for it. Lord James of Hereford and the Bishop of Here- ford paired. Otherwise the division was on strict party lines. When the vote was announced there was a general rush for hats, coats, ____________ .______________________________ etc., the peers streaming out to their I v carriages and in a quarter of an hour j some had been induced by j General Samuel P. Jenuison died at the scene was dark and deserted. I Avhat they had heard to sell their se- his ranch near Los Angeles. Gener- j Brilliant Oratory curities and invest abroad. That, he al Jennison in the Civil War, com- j The final dav's debate was distin- said, was due to the speeches of thejmanded the Tenth Minnesota Infan-' bv oratorical excellence, par- Lords. The industrial concerns of! try. From 1872 to 1875 he was scc- the speeches of Lord Cur- j Great Britain hkd not found difficul- zon of "Kcdleston. formerly "Viceroy: ty in securing and keeping all the af India, arid the Archbishop or; money necessary for -their rcquire- York, both of which were of cxcep- ments. tional Earl Cawdar, formerly first Lord; of the Admiralty, who wound up the: for the Opposition, maintained J that there had been an attempt to evade the Lords' ancient right to re-j ject each tax by placing all taxes on. one bill. It was idle to pretend, he j said, that such a change of procedure j by the House of Commons could af-j feet one iota the responsibility and j duties of the second chambers. He quoted Premier Asquith as stating, on assuming the Premiership, that! the function of the House of Lords j was to check slovenly and precipitate j legislation which Earl Cawdar j thought fairly represented the action the Lords proposed to take. Refer- ring to the license proposals and land valuations of the Budget, he said that as both of these had previously been rejected by the House of Lords' J it would destroy all the power of the j Upper House. He asserted that the! Budget had already drawn capital; from the country to an alarming ex-j tent. I They were told that the rejection _ of the Budget would cause financial j chaos, but Lord Lansdown'e offer of j assistance in order to avert inconven- j ience had not been cordially received j by the government. Therefore he said j that if chaos came the responsibility j would rest upon the ministry. j The government wanted a single chamber, independent of any check, j while the Lords had been fighting for j one principle, namely, the separation, of the judicial and administrative; functions. Unless they could estab-j this principle what was to become of. local authorities and individuals. The people, Lord Cawdor concluded, could get rid of the decision of the second j chamber by an election, but they; couldVt rid of an autocratic single; chamber only by revolution. j Earl Crewc's Defence J The Earl of Crawc. secretary of j state for the colonies and Lord of the J privv seal, closed the debate in a f speech frequently interrupted by rnin-, isterial cheers. Lord Lansdowne's j amendment he continued was the ne-j Ration of all precedent and flouted j all usage. All agreed that it was ne-j cessary this year to raise a largo j amount of extra money by taxation, necessitated by the claims of nation- al defence and the adoption of old age pensions. The sum total of the long debate, he declared, was that the Opposition considered the government's methods of raising money illusory and that that justifies the revolution. Turning to the country he said there had been a serious fall in secur- ities, and the Earl of Crcwc admit- ted that capital was fearful, and I I I I t CANDIDATES WILL GET THE BENEFIT OF EXTRA VOTES FOR SHORT TIME IT MEANS GET BUSY NOW. FOR A SUBSCRIPTION BETWEEN NOW AND DECEMBER 20 MEANS MORE THAN ANY OTHER TIME DURING THE CONTEST. The announcement of the extra vojc offer in yesterday's paper has joy to the heart of many a candidate in the Herald's great prize contest place their names among the leaders. You stand an excellent chance of winning a prize if you enter' now-, as there is plenty of room, and subscrip- tions will come easy now that every- body is taking a lively interest in the contest. Believe in Yourself A great thing for candidates to cul- tivate is self-confidence. There is no reason for you to be afraid of any one. Remember that in this contest THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET j didn't meet the thirsty lip with any more enjoyment in your childhood days than does the glass of pure sparkling Lethbridge beer in your manhood. You know it is pure, and that you can drink in the advantag- es of health and vigor while sipping-. i its loamy and delicious contents. -For i that "tired feeling" try Alberta's Pride- beer. .-I i The Lethb ridge Brewing scriptions as during this period. What the Candidate Should Do another's reserve force may be, and i tne Pcrsori whom you dread is.! town club, which is at present being b7 us-! probably just as much scared as you organized. _ to set all the i are, for fear that you may have such Several prominent commercial and j j. i ft r i i H iH within the next i a pile of votes back 01 you tnat you j itchas two and a half weeks. These arc; will take the lead any time you get your harvest ,avs, and u u, rhat fhe location of a headquarters plan to hold back all that you have. Make a good showing on the list be-i fore you begin to lay aside your votes. The best rule in a contest is pretty much the same as in dressing Club 'Wants Toronto Residence for Headquarters Toronto. Nov. are jhnt the deal fell through. pretty mucu uiv f. purchase ot" the wel! which of course, every young lady un- hnown G'ooderham residence on the it. is ndvisablc to Af <5t fipnrsrf and dcrstands. While it is north-east corner of St. George and make always an attractive appear- ance, it is bad taste to be so notice- able that every one. says, "Just look! T bet, she puts every cent she has on her back." In the same way you j want to appear well among the can- didates so that your friends may set- that you arc working, and not likely to fail behind in the race, but there Bloor streets for for an up- If the Gooderham house Is bought at the club will apply a cer- tain percentage of that sum yearly as rental. II. II. Strathy, K. C., is dead at Barrie, Ont. I Silks and Fancy Goods I is no manner of use in putting every thing you have 10 the fore just to j create "a sensation, and have nothing i to fall back upon when you may need j it badly. Cash Promises Now No doubt every promise made to you by friends earlier in the contest will be fulfilled now, as you can ex- plain, that at other time during the contest will you derive so much benefit from what, your friends can do for you. Show them how much they can help you right now, and they will try their best to give you the" subscription during the Extra Vote Offer. New Candidates New candidates can enter the con- hours work secure enough votes to test and with a few our stock before you purchase yoxir CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LADIES' COSTUMES MAIJE TO ORDER. Tai Cbons Co SHERLOCK BLOCK CRABB ST. saeaaeieaat ;