Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February Page 5 When Cold Winds Blow Vhen cold winds blow, biting is in the air, ind back-draughts dova the chimney deaden ihe fires, then PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped with Smokeleu chows its sure hettinc power by steadily supplying just the heat that is needed for comfort. The Perfection Hetter is unaffected by weather conditions. It No a genial, satisfying heat. The lew Automatic Smokeless Device prevents the wick being turned too hbjh. Removed hi an instant. 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If people only realized the danger of Weak Kidneys, and the value Fruit- there would practically no Kidney Disease in Canada. When kidneys become congested (too full of blood) or strained from Pinchcr Creek can quickly be made i incncr ureeK, well itr agaiu by a s Herald, head- or two of Pain in the'back, frequent headaches loss of appetite, sleeplessness, coated tongue, constant desire to these are the common symptoms of coageftliou of the kidneys. The only possible way to relieve this congestion, is to force the bowels and skin to rid the system of more waste matter and thus allow the inflamed kidneys to rest and grow strong again. being fruit juices, Intensified, soothes and stimulates the kidneys, and at the same time rouses the bowels and skin to healthy action. by their prompt action on bowels and skin, almost instantly relieves the intense pain in of the proposed change, 'how the sta- back promptly takes away every tion would be nearer to Pincher Creek than the present one. The fact of the imitti-r is, if the proposed change i.s made in tin- C.P.R. route, the near cst station to Pinchcr Creek will be Brocket, which is about twelve miles distant. trace of Kiduey Disease- and you will quickly realize the value of these tablets. At a box, 6 for or trill size, from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa.. ILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUfi MAKES JUST AS FINE PASTRY AS 'IT DOES BREAD AND THE BEST OF BOTH. HOUSE- KEEPERS FIND IT THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM MONTREAL situation, and a city delivery is due Lethbridge provided we have a popula- tion of and our postal revenue Is at least per yeax. As the revenue for the year ending 3lst March last was OVeT there Is no doubt the revenue being satisfac- tory to-day. He said .the Department could easily satisfy itself on that point, i asked him what evidence he wanted as to the population; and he said a cer- tificate from the city clerk. It is also necesary under the regu- latons, for be named and numbered. I believe, therefore, that Lethbrdge is fully entitled to a delivery service, and probably it would be as well for you to take the matter up with the City Council. Wishing the Beard a prosperous New Year, believe me, Yours :very truly, C. A. MAGRATH. The letter from DrrCoulter reads: Dear 'Air. Magrath: Permit me to acknowledge receipt of your letter in reference to closing the post office on Sunday, as I infer that WANT, PROHIBITION IN ALBERTA (Special to Herald) Edmonton, D. Blayncy, a prominent Edmon- ton worker savs the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League will ask the Provincial CloVtBnnK'nt to submit a pro- RETURN LECTURE Ought to hibition plebiscite to the pee-' Pie. Moffitt Claim Dismissed Clinton N. Howard I nesi maies iraoe With aiaie use From Front Page) (Continued From Front insist on retaining IE the confederation a principle which had worked out harshly and which had not been intended at the time, of Confederation. When Saskatchewan and Alberta were erected into provinces it was provided that for subsidy purposes Hip tlnnillfl tinn rvf PSfh nf -nrn' It was pointed, out that Canada under the most favorable circumstances could not take more than one-third of the amount of fruit that is now sent to the United States. The suggestion made that Canada onen tions with the government at Wash- ington with a view to establishing closer trade relations with Jamaica while the American market was left open. It was also urged that weekly fast steamship servige be established between Kingston, Quebec and Mon- treal. pro- vinces should be considered "at xa fig- ure. It was oolite certain, at the time or perhaps now Alberta was not up to that -figure. THROWING SLURS Representing the flotsam and jetsam, of Southern Europe, Mr. Turiff came here and wanted to place himself on l.-13efore the Su- preme Court here judgment was given for the C.l'.R. in the appealing case of Moffitt vs. C. P. K.( tried at Leth- 'bridgc last year., In this case the'' plaintiff was the brother of ihe 'de-j ceased who is alleged to have been been killed through the negligence of the defendants. The application was' for damages for the benefit of the! mother of the deceased. The action was tried before Justice Stuart with a jury resulting, in a verdict of in favor of the plaintiff. The Su- preme Court herd vthat there was no direct evidence, that' the mother of the deceased was in any. way dependant upon him nor was there anything to show that she had any expectations oi receiving support from the deceas- ed. The appeal was therefore grant- ed end the claim, dismissed. Miss Mary Ross acted as brides- maid at the wedding of Miss Mary Angus, of Banffshire, Scotland, -to W. H. McFarlane, Didsbury, Red Deer News. J. D. Bowers is leaving for Mac- leod where he will reside in tue fu- Journal. a par or above par with those who that is the Question to which you refer represented the folk of the east. ias ln no otner wav is the mail Sir Wilfrid asked what Mr. Daniel service being curtailed- f may say meant by saying that the Maritime that the Department has not given a Provinces were laboring under an in- 1 definlte decision ;in the matter, al- justice j though it is under consideration. I Mr. Daniel said that if the original' may also say that a11 the IarSer offlces' British North America Act had stood, throughout Canilda ijl the West- unamended, New Btunswich and. closed on Sunday, and representa- though, Nova Scotia would have have been made to the DePart' fercd no decrease. These subsequent ment by- the Lord's Day to acts had been, passed without consult- hare the offices in the West closed so ing the Maritime Provinces. 'them observe the" Sunday law. the whole benefit- of the saving clause had been stolen from these provinces. ANOTHER WESTERNER EM BIER! i When buying furniture of any kind that the big discount sale is still on at the Standard Furniture Co.'s Store. 25 per cent, discount on every thing- we have in stock. Our line is complete. -We furnish the whole house. Now is the time to get the best choice. Come in and see our line of household furniture, lace curtains, rugs, carpets, shades, etc. We are offering the following for Tuesday and Wednesday. SOLID ELM DRESSERS AND British bevel mir- rors, best finish. Reg. Safe in velours, assorted colors. .Regular Sale I Representations have also been made to the Department that if the lobbies the post ol'fices are kept open Jo; box holders it leads to stenographers Mr. McCraacy opposed. He feared and others, who should have a. day of that the adoption oi the resolution] rest, being compelled to work. If "you would produce the old deadlock to'could find it convenient to call at "the escape from which, confederation, was j Department I would be pleased to dis- formed. Mr. McCraney, the matter with you. declared 'himself against the rusolu- I might add that so far as I am per-i tion. Mr. Crockett, fork, said thfcjsonally concerned I am of the opinion Maritime Provinces were not appeal-j that no man should be asked to work- ing to the House for a favor but were on Sunday, unless there is necessity demanding a restoration of rights! for it, and that it is both in the inter- which had been taken away. ests of the individual and the nation Mr. Richards, P. E. L, supported that this should be so. 1 would be the resolution. j glad if you could run in and discuss Hon. Dr. Pugsley suggested that the question with me. the question might be settled by the- Yours sincerely, i holding of an interprovincial R. W. Coulter, ence. If all the provinces would; Deputy Postmaster 'General, agree .A all the smaller provinces! shouh'. more generously treated it would ;hcn be a' more reasonable thing i ask the federal parliament to assent '.o the wishes of the provinces. Sir V.'ilfrid pointed out that' the! Mar it r Provinces had no remcilv in! law a: 1 the only remedy was to GIM PILLS FREE, SO YOU CAR TRY THEM, You Buy Thmtt We certainly make it easy for anyone, who needs Gin Pills, to find out how valuable they are. all, we will send absolutely free of charge, a sample of Gin Pills to every sufferer from Kidney or Bladder Lame Back or Rheumatism. Then, after you have purchased the regular boxes, we guarantee to re- turn your money if Gin Pills do not do _all thatSve claim for them. You risk have every- thing to writing for a free sam- ple of Gia Pills. You can try them and see for yourself just how much good they will do you. This is the way Mr. Dietrich cured himself of serious Kidney Trouble, St Agathe, Que., April 6th, 1909. "I received your sample box of Gin Pills and as I found them highly satis- factory, I am using Gin Pills regularly and can highly recommend them." 1 I. P. DIETRICH. Write the National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept. A.D., Toronto, and a free sample will be sent you by return mail. Regular size boxes are sold by dealers at SOc, a for 28 Next the Imperial Bank I KNOX CHURCH I Thursday, February 3, 8 p.m. 4 Those who' were fortunate enough to hear Air. Howard in Wesley Church on Monday, Jan. 24th, when he gave his free "Ride on the Water need no urging. Be on time, as indications point to a crowded house. No admission fee. The "littlest man" and "biggest, talker" that ever struck Lethbridge. He proposes to tell you what ought to happen here. M M M H SHEEP HERDER FOUND DEAD NEAR MACKLIN Macklin, Sask., Jan. Imsel, employed by the Richmond Ranching Co. at Macklin as a sheep herder, was found dead about seven miles north of Macklin by an Indian, who Informed the proprietor of the Empire Hotel, S. Cillil, and he and Dr. Kydd brought the body, into the po- lice barracks. He was at first thought to be frozen to death, but death is most probably due to heart failure, tie is a. heavily built man, a Bulgarian about 5 feet 8 inches in height, light complexion, and 22 years of_age. It is believed that he has a brother somewhere in Manitoba; o you know that croup can be prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes nonrse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent ihe at- tack. It is also a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Sold by all druggists. If troubled with indigestion, consti- pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give Cnamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased With the result These tablets in- vigorate the stomach and liver and: strengthen the digestion. Sold by; all CANADA WILL HELP IF ALLOWED Ottawa, Jan. govern- ment acting on a suggestion made in the senate last week that Canada might appropriate- ly offer assistance to the flood sufferers in Paris, has cabled to the Canadian commissioner at Paris requesting him to as- certain if any proffered assist- ance would be accepted by the French govern- ment. No reply has yet been received. ply to ihe other provinces, which I would would deal with this quest on as they dealt with British Columbia! regarding thp subsidy at the last pro-f vincial conference. However, if the. provinces in confer-i cncc would agree to any basis of rep- resentation than by popular vote. in. his own view no principle, could he foregone. He therefore moved the] adjournment of the debate. Before the .House rose the Premier in replyt to Mr. Bordcn said that Hon. Mr. Graham would make his In- tercolonial Railway statement tomor- row and the naval bill would he taken up on Thursday. Oriental design. Sale Size 36 x 72. Regular EASY in factt English leather, horse hair fill- ing. Regular price Sale price WRITING in golden oak; two book shelves. Reg- ular LIBRARY oak early English finish, one drawer. Regular price Sale All our goods In the best of condition and satisfaction guaranteed. Call and see for yourselves. Postmaster Higinbotham today re- ceived an order from, the department saying that all postoffices must be closed on Sunday. Heretofore the matter has been optional with the different postmasters. The Postmas- ters' Association asked the depart- ment to give a ruling one. way or the other. The lobby of the ptTice will be clos- ed but the sorting of mail to be sent away will be carried on as usual. Next the Imperial Bank 16 Years Experience Making Shoes WORKMEN'S SHOES A have the largest and best stock of workmen's shoes in the city. Work shoes you want e'xtra strong. We can give them to local Office Receives Orders (Continued From Front Page) Respecting the closing of the post offices on Sunday, enclose a person- al letter from the Deputy Postmaster General, which jrou are at liberty to read to the Board, and then you might be good enough to ret.urn it to me. I only managed to see Dr. Coulter to- day, and f fear that, it is impossible to do anything in the matter as it Is evi- dent to me that the Department has fully decided upon closing the offices on Sunday. While with him I discuss- ed briefly the Lethbridge post office 32 i CRABB STREET Opp. the Herald Office Doars South Bank af Montreal An attack of the grip 5s often fol- lowed by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance. C.iamberlain's Cough Remedy has been extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of this cough. Many cases have been cured after all other remedies had failed. Sold by all druggists. Supt. Wilson leaves on Monday on a month's Ic-avc of absence for a visit to Eastern first one for the last nine vrars. Troubled Every Winter With Severe Colds. Or, Wood's Norway Pine Syrup Cured Her. Mrs. W. J. Hammond, TIjwnilton. Out., writes: "I beg to say that I have used Dr. Wood's Norway 1'ihe Syrup for my youngest girl who was every winter with bronchitis and very severe coidc. At night she would keep us all awake with her coughing until I tried yonr Syrup, which gjive her instant relief. After the first bottle was finished I got more, and always kept a bottle in her room.at night. Dr. Wood's Nor- way Pint Syrup is certainly a wondertui j thing in a like the above mentioned and no one can praise it too highly. I have taken every opportunity to recom- mend it to all my friends and relatives." There is nothing to equal" Dr. Wood's'' for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Paia or Tightness in the Chest, and all Throat and Lung Troubles. It prevents Pneumonia and Consump- tion. Put up ia a yellow wrapper; three pint trees the trade mark; price 25 ceota. Manufactured only by Tht T. Limited, Toronto, Out. BOYS', GRLS' AND CHILD- REN'S SHOES ton certainly wan! shoes to stand the wear for the children. We can give you shoes that can't be beat in the city. Stands to Reason GERMAN The Shoe Man Can Give You the Best Shoe tor Your Money IT PAYS YOU TO BUY YOUR SHOES AT GERMAN'S He's had 16 years' exper- ience, making shoes. That's why lie can give you a hct- tev shoe than you can get elsewhere. One price, and that the lowest. See our shoes. Com- pare our prices he fore huy- ing elsewhere. If not sat- isfied, dontr huy. Best solid leather, stabil- ity of structure our careful aim. Yon Can Get The Right Goods at GERMAN'S You Get the Benefit of His Experience LADIES' SHOES We have paid close attention to this department this year and we can give you a good selection to choose from and absolutely the best value for your money. ft J> 5? T GERMAN NEXT MPERIAL BANKT GENTS' FINE SHOES We can save you money on fine shoes and we can give you the variety to choose from. We are getting new goods in every day.