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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December HAD ONE OF MY LElHJiJRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wheo I First Used "Froil-a-tives" SIFTON SUSTAINED IN LEGIS- UIURE BY URGE MAJOSITY (Continued from front page) Sifton Is Cheered lor meitlber for Calgary was speak- J he premier was greeted with ing, I ran over in :m- mind the class- ciicers when' he arose, indicative of the addresses11 we 'would have been feeling of a large part of liie which was afterward sustained by the vote. We opened by holding up "to ridicule the, a-cmbers, of' the opposition from introducing their amciKiswat, which couM properly' have been introduced six months ago whwi> the You -the. Greatest 'Before before the public, I r'torttifes from headaches, caused mostly from stomach different remedies without any'relief; One of your travellers; called'on me hiid. ji let. a .vvjiojc sununer. gu i on their' r'oa-ti, now such'an amendment" was "absurd hearing from them, had I done what they propose. Had I gone out 9 aud even '-tentative' agr-eeroents Welch and Stewart, and had ypu 'come to this session and j tha country tied up under a con- _ such as that, I hope you would cquilemued me. I know the .Con k servatiye speakers would have said. But-1'It was just what we expected froui the Liberal, party.' s.nothing in this premier, "that confis- ahy single dollar Clarke ever srssj1 we ask is for you toletus buy a SOcerit bottle xif Psychine (pronounced from your and give it to you free to try. know about the--white corpuscles of the blood or the phagocytes and what A" this And we do-that to show 'aur-tnliri their function is. strengthening and white confidence in this wonderful corpuseles of the blood.'' Were' -f men t of which is indicated. are the' dLseim. of which cured or That they are v. the policemen scavengers of the body., germ that enters the when they are strong nr in1 vlnjlp :ile was glad the ideas of the great "TJj'crVis parly, were t. me. their oinion 01 this afiair of my jagihe lieailacijc, and luid almost m acre from external Jicotious.. I hateS'to sge auy person itore a -general Store keeper'at- the 'above-.address and hayie- beea'Jn.. store 25 years) I told that I .had a Headache and but ac occasionally to preserve me in ttiif-iwWrf One of yourtraveilers: called'on me al M1IS Tfe? the..foreclosure of an shorty after you sjarted.seilJng.'.Truit- opposition, had said the Agreement that was not carried out and one shoul-d .Jrave gone to .the nothing-thors io prevent the of.my and had civ iJ.umor member for Calgary f0r..aavice ocpole of the "-province from bavin-" :head almost raw: aorc from external {in this matter. He believed, that, the .janv'--legitimate debt .that bas arispu 'fiiwi i___ ,1 I u 4ti enough or inv sufficient numbers. Or being in turn by these disease -germs .when Inferior in strength-. It'has only been within the. last few years ,tbat scientists have found out that certain .herbs strengthen and in- white corpuscles, or bodily :our 30 years' experience splendid preparation, with full inoi ledge of the hundreds cures it has made. Bronchitis Sore Throat Anaemia, Female W .BronchiidCbuglw Voice SprinrWeakriess .Catarrhiil Affection. NO. to the Dr; '193-1 95 S to the government would be i annoying, to the junior-member -'for! to .And, these Psyeaine. herbs largely compose Chills and Fevers Ncrvoun Pbetinate Qongiw T'iittii TOUP WCTUJWP. I Jiave not a 4Qt. bottle ot. trsycbino Bunder. -plan. Kiiully wh-ise 107 crajrgisc to deUvw ibis to j 1 Eor "thirty" years Psychine has-.-beea i'Jis, save when the business of j strengthening and increasing the white we .don't: ask-j-ou-.-to 'iake-'dur pjncc. demanded that I be ab- W0rd for the t) Certainty, of Lawsuits "The.junior.member for Calgary to get me to .has. said that a possibility- of business, only remark i lawsuits under my policy. 'ttagtmie: ;I would do ..PITT.: been in vjr.y another do tremendously effect of Psychine; .-'-Fill "out the -cbuooh ,Mr Drcggist's Thiscoupbn of Psychine If presented at enclosing regular retail price. j this "is 'a bugbear to frighten therein my .office Li Ed- j hers of but gives a" substi- 'T. would. hate. n< proposition .which gix-es anybody there, tainty of. lawsuits, by w" j .it's ,-rMr.' Mich'sner referred" tlid 'to' thc-.-last clause of the-' amendment- ITS JL.VV UJL 1LS _-------- j.passed, and the year-previous'sLv.but -retorted the premier" j candir Amicable Settlement dates- had'.failed1 in fiye'years total of 33' who Had- written YJ.L JCPOrt'ffiTCll meetine adjourned, -.ipressiona of satisfaction being jas to tlie-good work sc vicce-will pay airLcjaims< But 'the.' biU says, ''With'oui. seto'S.- counter claim .or whatsoever. "'i t j The premier :said; Hhe-. company i. had defaulted'. to' k" by" what. the- .any- one" elsc'-'liad -a- Bright ,'to'- "determine, whether or had de- faulted. that mat -f Reierring .to .tie words lerabcrs qi he his of. iix- Bennett" de- to .-chat the dared that the opposition-Vere -then Meeting Cardston.. --Dec. splendid turii-1 .out-of ratepayers greeted, the. school board at the .meeting, called for, the t purpose of school-.matters laet-; evening-. W.-O..'Lee, faoai-ii; D. Si Beach, secretary treasurer, 6. -Williams- and .'S: 3VI. pre- sent of the .board, at Rsymond.. The mayor and all- the'town ccim- were -present- wifh-' a tUT'ho'Jt of the consftruc-! business on an 'honest' ition company. One was a letter, dat- i i don't thinii Amcru-ans liv- June. That letter rthaj the province rcnuiri1 the banks US givevapd'ifferei AT I'T 1to pay'over'to the'company the inter--i'to.- Clarice--than-to one of V j est: on- 'the- bond-money. The letter handed to me in my oSce by a the agricul- time; glowingly' "of i held, tip. the was good_1; i'-'ViJu- .didn't5 Not Abahapning the North- had been .brpygbt down., that, 1 wish to-redeem the .pointed was. bonds they, would, have, to .pay 120 Clarte.meant.'aU'-fie? said.1' r i "Ami-; we- have Suits Bo'hdhoiders !since then that ClarJve-does re- "The.-guistipn :has-..been asked what torted about' a" dual .personality and. en to appear, to" be- a Dec. Kimball peo- '..a' goodly; pie'ai-c claiming'a'record "yield" for fall j 'vFrom- :'27y, t Ivi-well "that the statutes will-not al- Siow this.' The representative said, "J j had not any, idea- the- government will j "has onlv to pay this, but'I went ihaf- to go :on" Of" Clarke and. records.' "The.second letter was also deliver ctl to" me''.in' mv'offic'e, bv The unancial. statement of last measured on the .field of. R; A. from, the- company's lyQ'J, rdth the-estimates for 1910, T told f there was'-, a- yield of -1423 bus. him-there was no answer.' The third read by the .Mr. Beach. of Alberta Red wheat. -This is'5l'.T4 was a-telegram which v.-as ,an insult- Low ably present: per We- have :-iiot yet to every that abf.r of this "house, Clarke this-'house had met" and the "work.-being, done ;by. "the'school' fleard tof'a larger'" yieifl-f or this sea-1 -n-hy the.. Certainly: the Kim.ball dis- standards :-'were crow-ded. There-was to-be-'congratulated and iiecd of room for these'lower of .railroad-facilities to j ing f or an bFthe Tonsid- I. and jr. At present the aili lhl splendid grain j for" uhtli could only accommo- there--is- again. emph.isl2ed. 'do: rtate a-half, day! end of the company-had not paid for each division." With.colder of -the -raiiwavs on he knew.'they- As street talk had indicated. ham. strong in the south, til' ho" could submit tiiere might DC a change as to high, Inle the-great north needs railroads j tion. This was'just in line with .his school work in the future, this tonic to advertise'.'if what of the pionsers other actions; "was the most'live one discussed. -ln tlle south, of whom have "No. government of which I am a Principal-Low explained -that the 1 waited on foV'20'years? And'still cnter into negotiations Jtiigh school seemed to be very SM-irixilroads. despite, thaV great number! of, railway pensive when view-ed only from'one; of 5roinises before .election tims. j jioint, the salaries paid ag-gregatingj TJlere is-a place in this corner for i.I'M per annum, "out when the the'Great Waterways bond" issue. considered the. cosi.i largely cose, of fuel, and-caretaking the higiif fiCQool departments, standards VI. und i VIL, cost about S22GO, But from this'. and bond- .proposed legislation appear "he t'honnsh it. would suit the.! being- broken .Pnr i perfectly.' I did this be-las matter., of out, Irs; "SiaitiL; J ;t4ie proper'.-development the Coniniission." About the Banks junior invniber ior TAMOAMV tju- with COM PAN Y BONDS i fccliug to' "thc-'attibn: ot-the prov- 1 Kenora, O.nt. .Dec. Tourist? accv against the Tianlrs. He did not' S-UO. and the supervision of the school' to a vote of the ratepayers. the hanging aft to' v.'orcb at a very lov estimate rcalnng a total of ?1362.50 to be de- ducted from the making the! actual cosl to the ratepayers, i. e.. the to bo raised from the tirxes to pay for higii school work of ?S37.50, SQ that for such a trifling increase Oardstcn could ill afford lo do ?rith its high school depanments. M. made a strong for tile high sciiool. showing that if the coat of a principal for s ten room school carryiug work only up to the 'V. standard te taken into considera- tion-" in' connection with figures of the principal-that the high school cost the .ratepayers a very small sum indeed. Cardston Mgii school should.play sec- ond, flddJa to none this side of Leth- bridge. speaker- proposed that a vote: tiken as to the sense of the meet-) ing as to this Question. All seemed; eager lor the qaestion until a tardy j ratepayer interposed who did near the explanation previously given. Some followed. When th- was called it was unanimous for continuing the high school dcoari- i One year ago the town voted, to guar- jaatec hotel bond's-'for. "ens bandred dollars. The Tourist Hotel a-quarter of-a. million. The Questions of a new building, r. site -for the same and the time for'iW xvork being done .were spoken to bv 3H. G. A. Edward .J. Wood. Jfayor Brown and S Will- Jams. I cbairnisn, o. Lee, staled tnat fte board bed r.l-iC question- ur.-' oonsideraaou am; ;iad Ue various phases cf the- site early fc, possible. The- Houss of Plenty TORONTO'S FAMOUS HOTEL .V1 Our Specialties: Courteous Treatment, Comfort, Superior Cuisine, Prompt Service. American and European Plans. American Plan day and up. CEO. MACK CARMU. nn years Standard CANADA ivei'c not bound any trust deed. i "No man would thinic mone-y had i been ou the credit "of thai rtiilrvjM (onipany. The money had j on '.November 1st "of last; i year, before the railway company had done a tliinii. it vras borrowed on tho cndii of tlu- province alone. This j bill '.vat. for the purpose of! proU-fMii.-j; tlio bond holders. It dealt f with nothing bond money. nnitteri; vruuld be dealt Pay Af! i "Oniy UiiK- ivt'Ck claims had been 1 !ma-ue ih-.- in respect of i jj 1 1lir- railway company, and these were considered. :h-- House sup- legislation, the government ViOuld sec; i ha i. hont'si. man got, '.in man's due.-- He hoped, the r.ol had; up any legisla- iion lo take thi inaKvi of the conirol oi.the it, would' -be ilirc-c. years bc'iorv any lititration fit'jld be the moifcy MOU I'd' remain in fnr hanlv'diirfng that i lime. IE tlu' air.vndment proposal by ir-? leader of the opposition were -it would The tieir.g up the province in litigation, which i not commence for at hast three j ''The fact 'as 10 whether tfcr plans tl'.v- were- approved was "jjia't'r'ria! at all. Since the com-; j-any had done nothing since February !asi, thc-y had" certainly broknr their contract. Hut he quoted from the j of ex-Premier Rutherford on gixvn in response j lo questions bv the junior member for i ralgaiy. Question: "Have you ever apjivoya! .of the plans of this AnsxvTr: 'I have not.' Ques- tion: 'Has the sanction of the plans Ver been aslcod for1." Answer: 'No.' No" Confiscation K-arli'r of the ilig tlie the "common and may. the best man win the honors. I understand a few have got "'cold To these I would say. go to The Crosby Shoe Store and warm up with a pair of those nifty felt slippers you will see in the windows.' Look at'the and Grab-Boxes- rontaining shoes 61.75 up to The higgesr bargains in town to.day and tlie best value. The ema- ciated pocket hook will do the trick at this popular family shoe store Percy Crosby, proP 114'Bouml 8j. continuation 'of the' policy. It is m hope ancl-wiil' be 'my pleasure to see! all parts Of the .province opeaed up to the-uttermost..limits, it means with the opening of the north, but there' shall be railways to the north- east- and to the north-west, to the very uttermost limits of a possible settlement. K I rpmain here I intenrt-, to sec that this policy is carried and within reasonable time. I consid- er. .that this bill provides the onlv honest, way of getting out of the dif-: night would get -niost for their con- stituency. The populace is down- on Clarke. -He didn-x'-come-to. the He persisted in talking..-to.-wo- going men antj. antj involuntary, exclamations., the terror of the and.' was but such that presence was objectionable in; Snohomish. Smith arrived in Everett today'and for the A. G-.. W., money... G-rab it for roadK and bridges. is brib- said Bennett- "tlie most whole- sale since the 'cavsrof Walpble.'" Ben- nett closed 'a: dramatic outburst in which ho declared the; rrtiitter was a test' between -voting as' you were told, and ypur conscience and the present government. prov- prcmier's 11 J R. B." Speaks Again Although B. B. Bennett's speech was to a great extent a repetition of I he and his leaders-would leave to his- his great speech, of the other night, ton- whether right or it was lively in the- extreme, and j wrong. He could not convince I here'were several sharp and amusing passages between him and the prem- ier. On rising to speak, Bennett declar- ed that he hart a aucstion be- fore, which had r not been answered yet. t asked whose money is in the banks? And my reply vrvis abuse. "Again I ask. whose money is in the banks? The reply is sneers, and cheers. The premier has said that this j j money is in trust and the banks could ijay it out. But, I ask, whose j money is And .Mr. Bennett point- cd an accusing finger at the premier. j "ft belongs to the pconle of tn j.'ince o! was the calm retort. j "Thitt-s-a most discrediting answer j for one who lias occupied a'seat on I the declared Bennett "i it woi'ldn'l -suii. shot baci: the i roareci BtnneN.. "i. ;is intelligence to say that. V.'hai does Masten say? He's j the- Ingal advisor of this government, j it seems. When the premier r-at down aftcv ho knew ho was cominuort "and i i can now say u lo his face. It: ihe i old days he was autocrat of the court room. lit- could say stanrl up, or sit down, 01 go out, and I had to do it. But now! thank heaven, we are nual, and I can speak to him as man to man The premier declares that this money belongs to the prov- ince. if i.his is the case, why this legislation if ihi- money is already -Bennett declared that the money si ill belongs to the company. It was a" promissory note. Be- cause tmc endorsed a note it din not follow -that the money belonged the endorser. The premier has said, "What, did i Clarke into this He just went to Midland and brought' into the. province. 'The' premier' says, that this bill is just" to- fJimina-te the company! But the .bill, says, .that ihe company is made lie