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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December THE JLETHBRIDGE DAILY TIEKALD Don't Let Anything Keep You-Away After Dec. 24th Regular Prices You will be disappointed if you buy Hardware, Stoves, Enamelware, Heaters, Paints or Oils outside of Ling's Unloading Sale. Don't let anything keep you from making the FULLEST COMPARISON before you buy. Make Your You owe it to yourself to do the best you can. Ling's Unloading Sale and The Evely Sales Company are your best friends. Whoever heard an. entire Hardware Stock on sale in December.-. at Auction Figures and Bargain Counter Prices. Now we want to make a suggestion that s so plainly to your advantage afford to "ignore Go to every store in town, and then come here with their best offers. We w Now at Lings' positively beat the best any- body offers you. Very possible we can give you the same identical thing for much enough to make you hike to Lings. aies Government Carried :vw Debate On: the Budget (Continued from front He then outlined tbe, government's policy In expending for estab- lishment of demonstration farms tnrougnout the province. It was the only': item the estimates, he said, on -which a matter of real policy was involved. -'Discussing the-telephone policy, the premier said the system snowing a profit' ol two had per been cent. earned by cities and towns, but that ttie rural lines cad lost money. Rutherford" Followed Kutherford followed the pre- mier, with the flat announcement that he would oppose the estimates as Drougnt down on the ground of the diversion of. the Waterways money for other purposes, and criticized the man ner in wnicli the .estimates had been prepared, and also made a charge mat the statement of liabilities pub- lished was an unfair one, and repre- i sented 'his former administration, in a false light. Bennett Was Lengthy Bennett made a lengthy speech, In wnich he commented on the huge debt which the province had'incurred, and on.wnicn, there was now a total fixed cnarg'e. of and iu view of which tremendous" de'bt of it snouid be the 'duty of the province to exercise a. policy of the most rigid economy consistent., with the utmost efficiency, haying regard to the wants of" all communities' from the stand- aown .pursued such -a policy, iiennert. made the statement This ffome'Made Cough Syrup will Surprise You f Stops Even Whooping Cough Quickly. A Family Supply at Small Cost. Here is a home-made remedy that Jakes hold of a cough instantly and jwill. usually cure the most stubborn case in...24 floors. makes sixteen ounces a family supply. jYou couldn't buy as -much or as good eugsf syrup for 52.50. iffi Rescued by a Tug-Vessel is Total Loss-Struck in Storm Vaidez, Alaska, Dec. launch iJonaidson arrived here- today with 'two cups of granulated sugar some of the passengers and crew of one cup of warm water, and stir the wrecked steamship Olympia which 2 'minutes. Put 2% ounces of Pinex cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bottle. drea have and add the Sugar Syrup. This Iceepa perfectly-and has a pleasant r-hnrfren like it. -.Branes ut> the ST3TJ5- every went ashore. The women and ehil- leit at Ellmar teaa- Taere were no fatalities, cms GO WET Moosejaw and Davidson Vote to Abolish the Bars Regica, general- ly, local option has been defeated in such as would be erected on the farm 'or a well-to-do farmer. Copies of the plans of these -buildings, together with cose. would be circulated among farmers, to give them -some idea of what could be done .on the ordinary farm. The principle of mix- ed farming would be carrfed out. The farms would be under a general sup- erintendent and foreman, who would men able to go out and give instruc tions to farmers in institute meet- ings. it would be shown on the farms wnat hogs could be raised and profit matte. There would be pure seed raised to supply rarmers annually, wno wished to-.purchase snci at a reasonable rate. It was hoped within tnree years these farms would be supplying annually fifty .thousand bustiels of pure seed. It was the in- tention also to raise several herds of dual purpose cows. On each farm would, be erected a" hall with accom- modation for 150 .people, and these would' be permanent headquarters for snort courses in agriculture. We spoke .briefly on the work of the publicity department towards which it was intended tb" devote twenty-five thousand-dollars within, the next year. A'total of twenty, thousand dollars was also to be spent on .noxious weeds. J. k. Cornwall made a brief but pithy in .which. he said the north country was not getting the consideration in "the estimates it sfiould get. Uhas. O'Brien .hotly censured the government for what_ he called a mis- erable pittance of in the es- timates for inspection of mines. point only, of absolute necessity. He F.. Puffer, Brainley-Moore and did the estimates as brought c. W., "Cross 'spoke in opposition, to that he believed the legislature of Alberta was too large. '-It was not justifiable tiiat with. a population of only tnere should be a legislature of forty- one He made the sugges- tiorrthat the telephone system should be 'placed under a non-political com- mission. He' criticized oh the cost the new .provincial buildings, saying that in the province which did not control-- its own resources an ex- penditure of was not' war- ranted, 'The difference in the. esti- mates of the two administrations on th.elcbst.Jaad served to show the form- er administration were not cognizant as to "where the, .expenditure might lead. He said the.ce was no justifica- tion -for malting the -expenditures that made, for luxury rather; .than for efficiency. Hon. D. Marshall's speech was tak- en -up chiefly with, an explanation of Ms demonstration' farm scheme. He" pointed "Bennett" it was not a question -in the province, of pop- ulation, in connection with the n-um- ofrnfembers'in the house, but' ra- tner a question -'oT territoiy to be covered. He pointed out, "too, that the sit ton, as did Hoadley. Mitchell and Stewart supported' the .estimates. Fenian Raid Veterans Grant (Cor tinu'ed, from front tnis stand were E. ;M." llacdpnald, Dn Black ot Ge'o. Kyte" of Rich- mond, and otners, B. Carvell and M.r. 'Kmmerspn .strenuously% opposed such suggestion.-. The latter urged me government to. build and pur- chase all the branch lines necessary. He argued that the de- velopment had always been checked by opposition from _ within the ranks of tbe government parties', past and present. Tne debate was adjourned on motion of Mr. Graham, who said that a number of important matters involv- ing public1 expenditure and including a proposal to go ahead with the leasing and construction of branch lines on the I. C.' H. would be considered on the return to" the house of Mr. In answer .to Sharpe of Xisgar the miniBter said that the matter of get- cmes-cf Edmonton "and' "Calgary hading a fish ladder placed in "the dam combined a debt-greater than the pro-j of the Pembina river in fcortn Dakota vince. Demonstration Farms of Saskatchewan. the cities voting on the question, Regina, Sas- lialoon, Prince Albert and Moose He said he wouldJike to give infor- mation as to the location of the de- monstration farms, but he hoped to nave them all purchased before any public announcement was made. If announcement were- to be made now, prices of the land would advance pro- hibitively. He believed that since i C8rtain judicial interpretations of the Ked JJeer was the present centre of cf jast without in any. way i population in the province, two of the with any of the principles tarms snouid 'be located south of that point arid three to the north. would De dealt with when the final report of the fisheries commission is made- about the middle of the pres- ent month. _- Amend Immigration Act Hon. Frank Oliver, "minister the interior, introduced a bill to amend Uie immigration Act. The objects of the amendments, he pointed out, were i- to make the act agree with Jaw, only or.q, Moose Jaw, went'was a11 ae cared to announce as to everyone on the ship behaved f dry. Q[ the.eleven towns the returns location. so far come Ute and is slightly, laxative, which j witn great presence ot mind. Tfcejon'e, Dayi'dsoiiC ias voted to prohibit telps end a cougiu Olympia went ashore in a bad. "of You probably know thei medical with a very heavy, sea running, and I tJic rralue of pine in treating asthma, tne officers- -dared, not send .out th'e-K' de-. tar .Yes-. bounded incessantly on the pine extract, rich in guiaicol and all i out the-hull stood the strain. The.wa- the natural healing pine elements. ter poured into the hold, flooding' the Otter preparations will not wort in englne rooms and put out this lormuia. _ u Towajcds ihe- storm The prompt results from this Inex- m pensive remedy have made friends Abated and the relief-boats Town for it in thousands of homes in the j transfer was made with little difficul- Moose (United States and Canada, es-jty. it is, believed that the ship is a Davidson plains why the plan has been, imi- the'death-kneil qf'ihe-ibar-rooni in Re- gina and other cities of the province. Following is a table of ihc local" option returns _so far received: i-or Dry For Ag't. Maj Jaw, (approx.) 1095 .905 100 purpose of ,these farms would Be to provide agricultural education, wnich would reacji .the tiller of the soil and his aoysi.'a system of agri-' culture thai would work out various' problems under which" tne farmers all'j Xo two of these farms would be of the act. Criticism of Inspector at Bellevue Mine (Continued .from 'front page) The kind tAatpleases J, COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KIN PS, COMPLIES WIT HAL12 PURE FOOD LAWS FULL WEKJHT ONE POUNDCANS MADE IN CANADA. i EWGILLETT CO.LTD. TORONTO, ONT. A., wired his .sympathy and ?500. This great disaster leaves nineteen widows and thirty-one fatherless1 AHENDANCEAT CARDSTON SCHOOL H i g h Average-Assistant Principal Woolf Resignecl Alberta Stake 'Folks Committee royal good time-for-their charges yes- terday. '_ At a general tal. The Board voted unanimously to act-on these suggestions. ".'7 Inspector Brown-complimented' .the. school staff on the 'excellent -percentr schools j province could show better. The too, was- doing good work and .was.: exceptionally, strong; Promotion examinations in "June were -advised as .better-.enV present grades.to.the adJusW in-ent necessary -when curri-'; _culum was prepared and'VIII. grades' !replaced. the present Y, The need for a uew phasized also. The board- "thanked Mr: Brown i'-IoV. his suggestions and .presence, at meeting. of-Trade'-'Bail1 The of is on this evenihg, --and'-will like its mark: one: great To .the-Tayldf Quite a nymoerof young-'men Un the 7th inst. a tice. signed by Heathcote, was posted at the .1 tated often, but never successfully. total cannot be saved, also j tsat it will ibe impossible to remove For Wet 13 10 Town For Ag't. Maj. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, I Sie.Ues on Bligh Reef and 1072 1161 ior money promptly refunded, goes.. u-r i 'Saskatoon 'uoon- u- i with this recipe Tour druggist has ls vaiuea while the cargo Pines or -will get it for you. If not, send.to The Pinex Co, Toronto, Ont. LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Liverpool, Dec. Rogers Company make the following report from Birkenhead cattle market to- tJay: Market generally slow, good cat- tle in fair demand; rough cattle plen- tiful and hard to sell and aio variation in. prices quoted, Saturday which were as under; States steers from 11 3-4 to 13 cents; Canadians 11 to 12 1-4 valued at JUMPS INTO MOLTEN METAL Prince Albert Maple Creek Dunaurn Qu'AppclIe Moulder's Helper Commits Suicide IniArcola Sight- of Fellow Charles Huntingdon, a Maine hunt- er, caught a silver grey fox, sold the hide tor and paid off a mortgage oc his house. Sirassburg Carlvle Melfcrt Indian Head 81. 32 84, 77 89 253 321 51 BO 3 -15 were enougu. different condi-j stating that number seam j tions in the province, as regards soil and climate, co make, it possible to nave each farm working out different problems. A set of ordinary farm buildings would be constructed on each farm WOULD VERY OFTEN FAINT AWAY. Baetcr Said That Sometlma Would Sever Out cf One- of hav- Barnesviue, Ohio. Dec. plain y0rkston of fifty fellow workmen, Char-1Xorth les .'helper, leap-j Nokomis ed wfcite at; Oxbow....................... "a foundryVaere today. The man's' Rura! Municipalities pry in wnich the well ventilated and well timbered, and that tnere was no gas present. The explosion which snuffed out the lives of thirty-one healthy, able bodied men, occurred on the 9th. forty-eight tours after this inspection. The silly statement which has crept i into the press that fire had existed i i in the mine from the time of the otter explosion is ridiculous in view I of the fact that the union had report- j ed volumes of gas-existing on the 3rd! lust. The first explosion originated; in the immediate neighborhood of where iue last one seems to have, started, that is in the Locality of nuni-1 Der 52 room. i The mine had been pushed to a dis-' program, of vocal -and instiiir mental- with' speeches and recitations interspersed, .was. well, rendered. Then j followed a feast of fat things lor._ ones, 55) years 'and over being necessary 'to qualify: Long tab-: les seated" the many who -were brought by sleigh to the place -of festivity. After the generous" repast that cei> tainly gave'evidence of no crop short-, ags. "in this locality, .the committee provided a dramatic.. sntertain'Tnent, the. "Alabama1'. being rendered: by the Improvement for the occasion. The parts'.were'" well, sustained. in this pleasing' 'portrayal of the; "southern life a'rid 'feeling after the war. Miss Tiniothy Caldwell was, the leading., lady in tbe .part of Miss Corey Preston; and- -surprised1- her friends in. her-" able interpretation, ot .the part. Mrs. Lizzie Mrs. E- -Jor- dan were also deserving of praise lor their the two south em widows. The gentlemen were'also'.well up in, .tbeir work, none doing better than Mr. Jos. Card as the" County J. p. The.oM folks who did not .care to remain longer, were -then' escorted, home, and those who desired remain- ed -.-to witness the married people en- joy themselves- in -the dance' that.folr-j lowed. There was a vast, amount' of work, required to get- through this, well plan- ned day, and the. committee deserve great praise for their able handling of it. r School Board Meeting The regular monthly meeting the school board_ was. the secre- tary's office on Wednesday evening last. All members of the board-were present, and also Inspector J. W. Brown, who has been a most valuable aid to this district-in'.working up our school efficiency. The'usual routine business was put. through. The resignation of" the principal's assistant. Mr. De Voc Woolt, was ac- cepted with regrets -and ..the tbard voluntarily voted lo have the secre- tary prepare a letter oi recommenda- tion in recognition of- Mr.. able services. Our loss-is MagrathV as -the gentleman will act as principal'there. The report ot J- W. Low as princi- pal, for the month of November, show- ed as follows: Enrolled Pet. 62 80 51" 92 On Monday-Messrs.. Grustave son, Esley Joseph Harker -and Lor in. Billingslev; departed ..for '-Since', that time 'iiavR'. work-. -Andrew- -Wooli, Cleye Nelson, -G-uy Nielsen, ?-.-P.-- Skriri'er, the number; The-'attendance said ''tOjh'ave reached, the, 150 mark.; Success to tie SChOolS. WINNIPEG FETED of farmers' Ottawa, to' the number of -three hundred were -pres-. a. .banquet givenvlast, evening in Manitoba Hall .-by. the. citizens o! Winnipeg. A great' number of. speech- es were "they sho'tt aud.to the point :the -time, oc-- cupied Vv-as no longer than is usual "at such functions. Included _ .delegates is -E. J. Fream, secretary of the.Alberta Association, and-F.'.W. G-rceh, secretary -01 the Saskatchewan. Association. 'Among the demands to be put forth'are an increase Per cent-.; in tlic- 'mother country and. annual increases -there is free and reciprocity in natural products and lumber and free tirade infagricul- tural implements "United States. .The. delegates left for ,1 federal capital 'by at" I. .Miss C Room II. Miss Room III. Miss Tofiey Room TV. Miss Shepherd. Room V. Miss Hudson Room VI. JVIiss Room VII. Miss Hamilton Room VIII. Miss Woolf Room IX. Miss Low Hamilton, bee. double crime was.committed early this 'Campbell- when Mrs., .Henry Patience, whose husband is employed jby the Fowler. Canadian Company, I murdered Her iour' year, old son, Har- !ry, by cutting his" throat with ior and then to i by cutting her own -throat. She is 'a vcrj- low condition and will prob- ably die. It-is the general belief that the deed was committed .while tha [woniaa was temporarily insane. Her husband was horrified when he arciv- ed home from his work, and discov- ered what had happened. 53 00 2R 84 SB SO 100 Total enrollea tor October, J21 and fo3: Member, 31 lates ,n Octo- aS Wltb m tSSiS confinement ia an overheated or over- crowded room or public building makes of over two miles from tbe en- them fed faint or dizzy. irance, and the fact that but few of 13 j If you neglect the warning the slight iae men met death from the violence! j feeling of dizziness gives you, and fail _ aiesh'-was-'entirelv consumed, and on-J Antler. Xo. carried bv ivthe bones were recovered. Kendall Ponse Lid, No. 160. carried by alii bad separa' th. There is no reason you should wait a number of years. frnm wit> for Fillniorc. Xb. OG, carried bv t ..ed fron. his vriie for carnVd bv 90 tlU case becomes .desperate before l i you avail vourscll of a pcrrect cure Dy nu STILL FIGHTING TO RECOVER THE I using Htxrrt aad Nerve Pills. "j Mr. F. S. Chute. Whcatley, Ont. 1 Js with gratitude I tell how j BODY Milbura's and Nerve Pills! aoden; cause discomfort contain the best evacuant known to m idee. Though most effecdvc, they never 25c, a box at all clniggisia'. National Drag CSicmrca! Co. of Canada. Limited Dec. body of the fire boss. Sam Heath- C.OCK, who disappeared in the 3l'0 'level at the'shaft or. the morning of tne 8th inst. has not yet been recovered. Gi- ganric an? being made hy a noble band of workers under the direction of Super- intendent Kmnerson. but to the all tboir efforts nave been damp. The three men who were working in ber were Slavs and it would D? strauge indeed it' they would risk ineir lives in a gaseous mine which was afire in their immediate neighbor- nooa. j Funeral of Hero Krank, Dec. Anderson, of Hosmer. the brave miner who lost his life in attempting to save his fellow men in the Bellevue mine, will 'be Hurled at Hosmer on Tuesday by the A. F. A. M. priisc of Mllburn'3 Heart and Nerve i Ttle officials of the union at Belle- Pills for in me they hive effected a per- vue received a wire from C. P. Hill, benefited me. I was very weak and run down, and had headache, nearly every i day and vroulcl very often faint away. In fact, my doctor said that sornetime I would nevtr come out of one of them. After taking three boxes of your pills I am glad to relate that it has been a number of years since I have had a fair.tincr spell and scarcely have hsd Too much cannot be said in feet cure." Price .sec. per box, or 3 for At all dculers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburu Co, tiuiitcd. Toronto, Out. expressing his sympathy with the be- rraved and tendering a donation of I'. L. of tho Z.U.M.W.! Mr. Low explained that with tho new pupils corniivg on Jan. 1st. ihe two rooms with lowest grades would be so crowded as to necessitate a new room being provided so as to divide these pupils among Ib-iTe teachers and to relieve tlu- upper grades, it was advisaHe io place the classes for departmenl-al examinations with the two se.hnol teachi'rs, tliis would mean Standards V., VT., and VIT., candidates for examination being plac- ed in two rooms. The a.bovc suggestions had been, made with Inspector Brown's approv- Whoopmg Cough CROUP ASTHMA. COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS 'A chiai Jvouoian. avoiduJcdfUKS- Vaporised Croso- stops tho paroxysms of Cough and reiisvca croup at once. It IB nlxXin to acf- rota Asthma, rendered strona-ly iaspiroii -with bmtth, rnakfis bret-thing easy; Boothea tho sora throne and stops tho ossorinir nifrhta. It a to loothera wiu; yooag childrao. Si'jd 03 postal ior dascrisSve booklet. 303 AU. DRUGGISTS Tr7 Crosolenc Anti- lets for the irnUtad throat. They acd ivnii9op.de. Of >-our drcj from us, lOc. in YapL' Cresolene Co. Bide. MONTREAL AM ATEUK PHOTOGRAPHERS iSTow is the time to hav e your BEST FILMS ENLARGED FOE XMAS PRESENTS. British Colonial Photographic SHERLOCK B ;