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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CHOICE 334 Barrels to be Sold by Public Auction To-morrow at 2 p.m. at HYDE SAUNDERS' WAREHOUSE FORD STREET t5 S Good chance to lay in Your Winter Supply of Apples at your own price. 334 (two hundred and thirty-four) Barrels of Choice Fruit must be sold to-morrow. Apples are of assorted varieties, and all number 1 stock. The whole lot just received from Ontario this week, and will be sold by public auction at the warehouse of Messrs. Hyde Saunders, Ford Street, on Saturday, December 4th, at 2 p.m. sharp. Will be sold in quantities to suit purchaser. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer. I ji S FIE01NG TURNED TABLES ON FOSTER (Continued ;from Page Nine.) come to deal with matters of de- tail, with very rare exceptions the cry of gentlemen opposite is not for less expenditure but for more. They are very human on that side of the House. Some hon. gentleman who sits on the Speaker's left, goes home to his constituents and he discovers that in this growing time the Post Office accommodation in his town is insufficient, and he romes back to this House and he is quite as ready as any Liberal to say it is time that a new Post Office should be built. Mr. Scbaifner. They cannot get it though. Mr. Fielding. They get it in many cases. Never was there a time in the history of. this parliament when the opposition were so well treated in tfae matter of public expenditures as they are to-day. Why, Sir, it is a matter of notoriety that in the days when the Conservatives were in pow- er the counties which did not return supporters to them could get little or nothing. We know that by Jour experiences in the eastern provinces. But, in the estimates now on the table of the House it will be found that constituencies tliat do not sup- port the government are treated most generously and-liberally, and that the needs of the public are con- sidered without reference to the-ques- tion of politics at all. There is only one way to consider the question of the expenditures of civil government and that is to take each department on its own merits. The hon. gentle- man (Mr. Poster) speaks of the enor- mous increase that has been made to the staff of the Interior Department. We grant there has been an increase there but we say that it measures the expansion of Canada in the north- west. Would the hon. gentleman (Mr. Foster) compare the cost of manag- ing the Interior Department to-day with its abundant revenue, with the tremendous immigration coming into the country would be compare it for one moment with the Department of the Interior in the days of stag- nation when the Conservatives were ,in power If he looks at in that light I am sure that his sense of fairness will compel him to admit that there is jest cause for the very Clothes that appeal to your judgment. Styles that appeal to your friends. Prices that appeal to your pocket-book. The Story of Progress n Brand large increase in the public expendi- ture in relation to the Civil Ser- vice. I do not know the -details re- specting every department of -govern- ment, but I am prepared to say that the hon. gentleman can find of no instance where a department is over- manned. There are many departments in which you have old officials, men who have served the country well in their day and generation, but who to-day are not able to -do very much work. We. from a sense of fairness and in appreciation of the services rendered by these old employees re- tain them in the service when we are not able to get-as much work oui of them as we would out of younger men. Probably my hon. friend could find that here and there, he could economize by getting rid of those old and faithful servants, but I think the I hon. gentleman himself would rather bear the responsibility of some en- largement of the expenditure in this respect than treat these old officials :in a harsh way. There is another I thought, and that is that the hon. I gentlemen on the opposite side of the House are generally disposed to in- crease the expenditure on the Civil j i Service rather than to reduce it, be- I cause we frequently have had com- j j plaints from them that the public j officials are not'sufficiently paid, and j 11 know of no proposal to increase the j salaries of civil servants at Ottawa I that was not warmly advocated by i the hon. gentleman (Mr. Poster) or by those who sit near him. It is rather too .late to'1 arraign the gov- ernment for this large expenditure on the Civil Service, unless we are pre- pared to take due account of the tre- mendous change, that has come over Canada of the enormously increased public business, of the great increase in our revenue, and the thousand and one things which devolve upon the government, to-day and which did not devolve upon the government of some few years since. When the peo- i pie take into consideration not rnere- I ly the increased expenditure but the increased business and the increased prosperity of Canada, the conclusion JI believe will be reached by them that jwe been simply keeping pace with the growth of the country. Boils and imp "Whenever your completion is unnat- ural, >6ur skin m an rendition, your' face covered with blotches and pimples, when boils and festering seres abound then your blood is bad. 1'ou can best cleanse it that purely vegetable compound, Burdock Blood Bitters, which saiely and promptly ren- ovates the blood and invigorates the entire system. CANADIANS HAVE BETTER CHANCE AT CHICAGO! 4 Boils Cured, Mr. C. A. Mussen, Bawlf, TV riles: "i recom- mend EUI-dock Blood Bit- ten, as being the best blood purifier tLere is. Aleut three years ago 1 vias troubled boils and our drug- gist advised me to try Burdock Blood Bitters and alter taking bottles I have not had a boil or even 4 Mr. J. Morehouse, Zca- -4-Tu land" Station. N.B., writes: I Pimples face WCre Cured. COVered with Dimples, and A A I tried all kinds of rert.e- dies. but rtcy did ire no good. I went to many bit they could not cure me. 1 then 1 ried Burdot 4c Blood Bitters and I muft .say i'> is a v.cn- derful rcn.etry ior the ;-ure ot v in" For sale bv ail only by The T. Co.. Li--... .-0 Toronto, Ont. Spokane, Wash., Dec. sor H. E. Van Deman, of Washing- ton, D.C., who presided as chief judge at the National Apple Show in Spokane, November 15 to 20, in a letter to the management of the en- terprise, reviewing the display of apples and contests for prizes of says that while the. exhi- bition was the best in the history of the world, Chicago is the logical point for exploiting American apples, adding "A thousand persons would see them there to one who will see them here. They will learn not only all about apples, hut also get sugges- tions about how and where to grow them. Every apple at your show- should go east, where the prospective buyers could see them. Growers will get more for theirXapples in Chicago than they could possibly get here. "On the whole, it will be better for the western growers to show in Chi- cago than anywhere else I -could think of. The growers of the central east- ern and southern states and provinc- es in Canada could then have equal opportunity to show their apples and we would have a real international apple "My baby had a rash some- thing like eczema. It caused the child great pain and made it very restless and ill. The rash very quickly, and I was an a loss what TO do nest, for ail the remedies I tried failed to give the little one ease- Airiend strongly advised mete try Zam-Buk, and I did. That proved good and gave the baby ease very quickly. I went on with the treatment, and by the time the third box was used, all traces of the rash had gone." So sav8 Mrs. J. Beesor, of Aurora, and scores of mothers ccuiri jj make practically the statement. If your child suffers from rash, eczema, chafing, or any of th-j numerous skin troubles to which young children are victims, apply Zaiu-Buk. has the great merit of being pure. When you put an ointment on to your child's skin it finally gets into the blood through the pores just as surely as if you pat it into the child's stomach. N- don't you see how important it is the balm should be pure Zam-Buk is made from pure herbal essences. It contains no animal fat, no coloring, no poisonous, burning antiseptic. It soothes quickly, and heals surely. Send us 1 c. stamp and we will mail you trial box tree. Znm-Bot is n core for cczeiju, tiiceru, blo-j THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT Every parent who wishes to make the family happy should order as a Xmas gift the beautiful picture "The Soul's given with "The j Family Herald and-Weekly Star" of Montreal. One dollar will pay a whole year's subscription to that best of all weeklies and a copy of the beautiful picture. Every home will be the bet- ter of both the paper and picture. A dollar sent now will bring you the picture before Christmas and you will never regret it. jr. i co., LIMITED, IWtf mtk If H M d NcGuire, TORONTO BATS RECORD Toronto, Ont., Dec. building permits Issued to date call for expenditure of over The record year'up to waa In 1907- when permits wnountetl to over ittis.burn-.coldsores, BaK ct--. Wherever the is injured or dis- eased -will case and wi'l h at Ali druggists .r.d 50 of urf piica fton; C-.. Tc.r- onto- 3 for 'S GREATEST HEALER FEAR A TARIFF WAR [Congressman Mann Wants to Take 1 Prompt Action to Prevent a i Tariff War With Canada Chicago, Dec. Wilfred T. Grenfell, the famous Labrador Mis- sionary, who was married to Miss A. McClanahaB, the well known Chicago society plans to take his bride to Labrador on their honey- moon. The couple In a short time will atari for the frozen north, where tuty 'Win tuclr lutUFC uOiHc among fishermen and the who Inhabit that "section. The trip wjj' take in" some of "the most deso- late regions to be found anywhere. Washington, Nov. Mann, of the special committee on wood pulp and print paper of the last congress, who prepared the provis- ions on these items as first reported ito the house by the Payne tariff bill, tout who was over-ruled by congress !in the final passage of the new tariff took the position today that the country may well be alarmed at the danger of a tariff war with Canada growing out of the tariff on wood pulp under the Payne act, Mr. Mann will Introduce in congress several bills and joint resolutions re- lating to this subject. One measure is a joint resolution to postpone the i application of the minimum tariff from I 1 next to January, 1911. An- i other provides that .the maximum tar- lift of the United States shall be held not to apply to wood pulp and print paper imported from Canada. Mr. Mann has prepared and will introduce a bill which provides that wood pulp and printing paper shall be admitted free of duty when import- ed from Canada, being strictly a Can- adian product, on the condition, pre- cedent or the; province In-which the wood pulp of. paper is manufactured'; shall not'.; for- bid or. restrict or Impose any, export dirty or export license "Upcta printing paper, mechanically ground wood pulp or wood used in the manufacture of wood pulp. These measures will be referred by the speaker to the bouse committee on ways and means, Mr. Mann says that under the rales of the house, if the ways and means committee declines to report upon his proposition, he can bring them before the house at any time by motion to take them away from the committee on ways and means and refer them to his own committee. In.the last congress when the ways and means committee was endeavor ing to smother the bill introduced by Mr. Mann to prevent the Importation of smoking opium, he sent a notice to.every member of the house that on a certain morning he wonld move to take the hill from the ways and means committee and refer it to friendly committee. The result was a passage at arms between Mann and Payne of the ways and means com- mittee on the floor of the house and Payne was compelled to report bih and it became a law. WANTS BOON FOR RAILWAYWEN Ottawa, Dec. Martin, for St. Mary's division of Montreal, introduced a bill in the House of Commons yesterday to amend the Railway Act to compel all railway companies to pay their employeee every fortnight Instead of ntonth as now, and also to abolish the 'present; system of.: holding two weeks' payi The bill was a first time. ;