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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, February THE iJBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DISTRICT NEWS STIRLING NOTES '.Stirling, Alia'., -Jan. 28. Fred' Spaceman "returned from Utah Weilnps (iay, whei-R.hc spent the holidays.. j George Oler, is repotted to uc, seriously ill. The stork visited the ot Mr. atn! Mrs. John T. last U'ft a bouncing oab-y bid. Next Friday evening- a -character ball will be 'given by the Sunday ichool. H is desirird that, all will take a charier; IS "I Honestly Believe says Mr. frliiii TRAVERSDID NOT CONTRIBOIE To the Fielding Testimon- ial-A Debate At Ottawa C" BfCe; A gom.) that it undesirable for ministers of ths crowu Knowltcn, P.Q., Oct. 12tb, I For many years I suffered from severs accepting from coutrac- u, ihis Rheumatism and the attacks were very tors, government officials or persons having pecuniary relations with Ulan, uncre an attcuuco riiv ordinary work. ELECTRICITY FOR STEAM ON QUEBEC'S RAILWAYS Agitation Over the Tariff- Noiseless Business in -Montreal Gambling Trust -New Cocaine Bill (Froua Our Own Correspondent) Montreal, Jan, Cana- da's'loss'by fires was far less his father's funeral. ffijy-su. i- o' i iyeav; and although her record through P 11 Si'dlU-ld has uiuhle to I tried and thumedi-! recalled, some utterances by Liberals schiinl mi -urount nf Hhu'ss ?ine entirely cured me; and I' in by-gone days in support of his con- Oil .VCIOUHU 01 JUIH'Sb. l.A.ineMv lic.linon tViof States, under way to minimize in a practical manner the many which, from one source honestly believe that "Fruit-a-tivea" f-nHnn Mrs. Myrtle Setley, who has been js the m and any per- quite- for'sonic time is improving tbe world. _ very j-icdv. j E. E. MILLS, ;JMJ_fJ BOt-havinK I many'opinions were expressed by work. It Is the. first insti and another, beset her timber wealth. sonal malice against Hon. W. S. Field At convention, which was He criticized Sir j presided over by Earl Grey in Quebec, that incorporation of these gentle- men's brains into a business for serv- ing public men food advice wIH be successful in "the future. Corpor- ation Agencies also intends to act as agenr for Canadian, with j a view to bringing .them to the atten- tion of capitalists here or abroad. Sir. R. Lloyd-Jones is the manager and a large staff of consulting engineers, W, MAJESTIC THEATRE Gi, SHERMAN, Manager'.., PHONE i44. NAUTICAL COMIC OPERA "BILLY TAYLOR" [I! be prssentsd by the Muiical Dramatic Club of the Conservati Music To-night and Tb-mbrrow Night MAIDENS, SOLDIERS, VILLAGERS. AND SAILORS PRICES Scats on talc at Bex and other" ex- pert investigators has been carefully selected for this most interesting and Mrs...James :havc. Asst. P.M., Koowltoa, Que. on to llHr homestead to live. .only strengtheris- A miiK.bcr of ihc men and bovs arft and heals the also regulates i. the bowels, improves the action of the taMng advantage-ot the- night school. aWn_ATU, the blood tefiumomai Hon. W. S. Fielding made a state- tben r v for a purely personal any law foresters from ail parts of the the part of those who are vitally interested in and partly re- sponsible-for timber destruction would Hi of this in Canada. Campaigns'.Against NeJee There have; been paifiis against whittling of tug beats igrcems j on condition thart. the promoters .'the test in! oaial would guarantee DIAMOND .CITY HEWS UUauinatisn. Diamond'City, Alta., Jan. on bis in -winch lie is'slocVuig his teaChini'ry.-Mr. Patterson is local a'g- Hit (or the. International Harvester. Co. "T.- Lambeit horn a last ivcek chiriery for: the Chinook Sir. ".Thomas, of the Chinook .Col-, Eood time, was reported, iieries, went'into LethbridRe lasfc wee'-: to meet his. wife '.and family who." had just arrived from the south. A very enthusiastic meeting ol thsj Boarfi o[ Trade was held Friday flight, several .matters-of importance came up, among the suggestion shoppers at Sweet Valley today. When some ungenerous statements promulgated. the there haVe been strenuous huntera; for; the city'council concerniaf the areas will Play taklij up. thf pkrtage.at towa. but campaign down town district where men i mcnt. This was agreed to and the hinted that he be In favor of the no'lsele-SB on Wv-in.f Paul Mosler was in BarouB this: G, --L' on tne way 3uit .divulged to him in order and Jay Rickett were visi-- 'ors'at Ho'dea'E nueht not anv sense.of ob isa- equipped ultn eiectricitj. Air. Baughmau and Herman Holden tioh to any one whatever. Upon the -Sir Wilfrid not granting no charters for new roads in .the isanie. lii some of the larger offi- thafc Quebec unless they ceg> Where twenty typists s'a're employed hammering away at made jUrijTtp Car ma ngay "this "week." ;Plan approved by -Sir Will Purlev'and Jack Fagater .were' hc agreed to accept. Majestic Theatre W. SHERMAN, MANAGER PHONE S4J Friday Feb. 3-4 r Popular Pries Saturday, Adults Children 2fe. Night floor I2.QO, fl.OO. Ostltry 9Cc. Reciprocity and Manufactursrs machines from morning .till the reciprocity negptia-'night, the'noise; js deafening. tions at Washington are and in- lately ft was accepted as a necessary terest in the subject is not so much evil, but through the ingenuity ol grading a road through Twelve-, M; a'trip to Carman-'had bceb made by members of the 'to.-the fore as it was some weeks ago. OL man again, .times have changed. Mile Coulee, was considered very im-'gav tor supplies :opposition and the press he went out of place to call The typewriter has made its pbrtant, this cut-off would save .Miss Alta Holden has a bad sore! one Of the in charge of ths Prophecies ffc mers from the "iron Springs district' tnroat. sometbin, that all the neigh- n-nd and bim to carelully of the best known quil as a church. It'took a long tirag con'.ing into Diamond City, a distance borbood.have had. The thermometer still hangs. around 15 and 25 "below. 'Prettv cold for the ot two to Ihree" miLc's. -rt also thought that we: would receive some support from Lcihbridge in. this, as :A few dead ones have-been it would more direct-trail tn of late- LcJibriiip! turougli-this conicc. Tnere is a dance tonight at-Yetwood v-r school. bouse. Don t think there will lie manv in at! SWEET VALLEY NEWS Sweet Valley, Jan. Baugh- man and family arrived home on-Suu- ..day from an extended visit: to the States.1 plenty of r..and..cold._ w.eather s'Pearl Paulson and brother, and Jerry .Rickett visited 'at the. Holden fcome last Sunday. J. B. Beamish" was" seen in "Leth- orldge last week. Roy Whitirig and sister visited" Fri- be many in attendance on account of !he cold wpather... The Sweet Valley school district is moving along nicely. We hope to the "building- complete for this summer's school. the jtr-ntlenien in charge of the :id asked him to carelully scrti-' list to make sure that the conditions had strictly adhered jnien'-of the country sat down to dine for Samuel P. kidder, an Aairicii, to and was assured that it was. j together That there are subjects" of to perfect a noiseless typewriter ma- H. H. Miller and Mr. Sinclair who i agitation in the country was evident. chine, and longer ror the intention had been amonn those stcurinj the! from the "tone of the speeches..: Hon. to reach Now the demand Lemieux, Mr. VR. L. Borden, Sir.'or them is so great that it impos- !E. B. Donald Macmas- tor the .factory at Mlddletown, Iter and; Mr. Charles ,M.. Hays, each Conn., to supply half the required num- Shad something striking to say, and ber. To one of a mechanical turn expresBed his opinion frankly.'.-of; mind-the'noiseless machine. is of iThe Feciprbcity negotiations, the di- great; interest for the trsinquility it Thf Wonderful Girl 40 20 SONOS ;4t7; Times tn Chicago MS in' New and Wendvrful San Francisco Call. "Go Vancouver World. f _ "IMst of Musical -Vancouver ProvJnct. V SEATS ON SALE AT THEATRE BOX OFFICE, MONDAY, JANUARY 90. Conservatives -were among the con- tritutbrs, and positively denied Travers or tne Farmers Bank FARMERS INSTITUTE MEETING AT CAROSTON Cardston, Jan. even- ing-at 8 a'fairly, good audience given anything towards it.' jvergency'ot interests between farm- brings.: Some offices on St. James Wilfrid Lauricr denied that Of the" .wek of and: they, are b.usy b'Kicec.too, 'testimonial to Mr.; Fielding was the cast, the closer linking as quiet store. alagous to that to Sir Hector Lange-'! ial -.bonds, elo-j Bad Food Scare vin, but was similar to the one -to Uuenc fiescrip'tion of harmony under j As a-result-of a seizure of some- Sir John A. Macrtonald, which 'bad !the British flag in South Africa were J Uke- aeveniy-flre thousand ,'gal- .notlneen criticized by- the all subjects of keen .interest to the Ions of .Russian' egsra here the other Mr.. Fielding had a right. to accept i i Will Be Spent In Five Years greeted Messrs. F. the testimonial to protect his family, Stock Commissioner aud Mr. Mclntyre and bar? takpn every possible'- safe- of. Winnipeg, congidcring the weather I guard that no tainted should and the roads.. j be included. Some few fanners were present; R. L. Borden accepted than 300 captains of industry, who attended the banquet. Picking Out'the Lemons day, a rigid investigation as to how Montreal getB, her" food supply has been started by -the Board of Con- incorporation oE brains Dr- E- Lachapelle, one of the well describe a company which has .controllers "and also' a the Just made Us bow to Montreal. It is' Board Bays..he uoiuts Of the Cardston pumis. vdrabLuii Fielding .paid, but thouent- :-hr: eljee Montreal _ farmers were noted Mayor J. A. Ham-jmaj- rner, A. Cozier, Thos H. Woolford. S. -M. and Ir. 0. Anderson. a. new mea in Canada lo incorporate Ll'ai: been made i brains, but besides having brains eround.for bad food, re- !has a capital or 1500.000. When a by other cUies- for The recr. He said Sir Wilfrid Latirierls U-ants roJnvcst his savings he is Invar- j were Put 'or isle to f V. M J _- .1.- i "LhG fltld nf them in J. H. Ardderson was chairman and! PrmolIS spwchrs. trpre tne best- anr up by railroads an im- mense area of rich agricultural, fr.uit, timber, coal and miueral land in the Fort George district ol Bri- tish Columbia. ;You can keep informed of up-to- date conditions and fortune-making opportunities for investmment by sending us your name and address for the "British Columbia Bulletin of Information." Costs you noth- ing, and may change your whole life. Write today. Natural Besources Security Co., Ltd. Paid up Capital Jojnt Owners and Agents Fort George Townsite 123 Bower Bldg.. Vancouver, B.C. j introduced Mr. Stevens who spoke j of the "Care of the Dairy ling water, feed and breeds. He gave: i.many ivaluable practical points for j Keeping up the flow of milk and re- commended highly for the average farmer the milk strain of the Short- horn breed. Mr. Mclntyre dwelt on soil cultiva- tion. Us was quite complimenrary to this district and gave ffte funde- swer to onr.hp had just marie. Hon Srrinpv Fisher nntl Hon. oloted the debate. lately met with the question, "what jthe bakers and samples of them test- ed by Uie city's that one doze of the mixture killed a guin- E- STARTLING CHARGES BY CURFEW CLUB securjtios are Canada is full' of gold bricks propositions Some of them p.re ruining and oil pro- Hundreds of Washington Children Said to he Flitting Like Moths Before the Flam'e Washington, of mentals so as to conserve the mois-! Washington under years Utre. As the trains delayed them tivo days they cannot carry out. their pro- gram for the wester settlements 'but go to Kimball tomorrow. WINS BY TRIPLE SOAK PLEA Ssakcd in River, Soaked In Saioon and of age are every night drinking high- balls, cocktails, absinthe, benedlctine, and other intoxicating liquors that boys of the same 'age imbibe, and rnanj- or them are frequenting quea tionable resorts. This is the state of affairs (hat confronts the fathers and mothers of Washington, according to members of the Washington Curfrew L'lub, who are making a careful invea- ea pig in less than a dav. positions gaudily decorated. Others! Legislation are questionable !nud speculations, all Tbe cocaine clatwp to the opium bill bear investigation; Some of theni vvh-lch introduced In the House will be'sood bad. by the Hou. William will all seein good if you believe Mackenzie King, is a direct re- promoter. Hou- 10 distinguish? of the investigation made by a is a problem which beeu worrying'htlle Dand of >n Montreal, the investing public for ages, but have that the cocaine snuf- probiem which hereafter will have ifing cvi-1 haB reached large proportions' been solved. Charles Cahan, rhe cilj" and country, and is doing and H. A. Lovett, K.C., have turned !unlold damage to the boys and girls of Canada. Mr. King will ask for cast iron legislation setting an absolute ban on the sale of cocaine in the Do- minion of Canada except: for medical purposes and providing heavy punish- ThePro- f ram at To- night 10c SISTERS V Wonderful Acroljats piE LEGACY (A .Great Dramatic nina THE FISHERMAN'S GRANDDAUGHTER 15c Hay den Morris Will sing "The Vale of Dreams' The End of the World Or. v r How Professor Eingsley foretold rhe destruc- tion of Eartli in May; 1910..with, the approach of Hallcv's Comet. the trick. The.v have formed a. com- pany known as Corporation Agencies, Limited, whose business is to advise. Were Tom, Dick or Harry to go in for a business of this nature one would "Soaked" by Judge .Refuses to the Prisoner Chicago, Jan. 30. Edward Sullivan won hig liberty by b'is wits when ar- raigned before Judge Scully in the other diversions school girl. tlgatlon of the matter. k their parents believe them "to be at the homes of their friends, tt tic moving picture theatres, or engaged in OUR SENATE COST I launched a new campaign in LAST YEAR pay no more attention to it. b.ut what-iraent for violators of the law. The ever Moscrs Cahan" and Lovett have, have Proved totallj- in- turned their hands to in the past they j in coping with the evil, and Chief Carpenter of. the Detective bu- reau, has made the starring Sheffield avenue court yesterdav- oa rfore girls of good 1 9ft lit ASV it i 2 K M A _ J a charge of disorderly conduct. "I fell in the river and got said Sullivan, "I was so cold r.fter that s that I went, into Mack's i saloon and got soaked again. Tben officer came along and soaked me. '.Noiv, judge, don't yon soak me, too." i "Discharged." said the judge. All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES i Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, aafe and sure. Made by LI Kily, Co., limited, Ask your nearest grocer tHcrr. families nightly, it ii asserted, suc- ceed 5n obtainins intoxicating .T tbey have sucb desire. These revelations are declared to have been disclosed through exhaus- tive, investigation of the Curfew; Club. The remedy which the club'suggests been more than successful with, and it is not risking much to assert "PIMPLES" Broke Oat All Over Her Face. raent that fully four-fifths of the young boys and girls who fait into his i handi. have the hahit in a greater or Iwser degree, and that he and 'his men are almost powerless to check by unscrupulous druggteu. The Gambling Trust The so-called gambling trust, which flourished here for years unmolested, has been broken up; has seclyiior.. Brady was all powerful un arfc cvuscx almost rttl one of his lieutenants squealed. Is the passage of curlew Jaw which bad blood, and there is only or. e way Houses in all parts of the city were OI" them, n-id that is to get at raided and today there is not a wheel will prevent children remaining on the streets after early hour At night. the sttt of the trouble bj uiing a good falaoJ purifying melkine. Bitters fias bean on the S i HERE WILL BE NO INQUHCT; marknt far 35 year.i, and is ore c-f the Ton Wr.iianj. rey. best blood mcc.icines procurable. WHISKEY DUTIES INTO UNITED STATES Washington, Jan. a? sources is rnviUBB from ho >vas xr.-J. Ir.S to on nix comrades, xvito reported on Ihoir ar- rna] at tht cam? thst he was "sior of the feet.'' and rcfurcd to go on with them, A man from the cam; went over the trail he wa The effect of the regulation made 2ompl Mrs Robert McAab, Badjeros, On'., I aai prcatly please to report 'iy lhe Treas'jry Department today the benc.1t I hare derived from the use add nlae' a to the Less Money Spent on Stationery. But j of the Stuff Has Increased Ottawa, Jan. return present- ed to the Commons in reply to an ad- drew mored' by Hon. E. Foster, ahows the cost of the Senate for the fiscal year 1909-1910 was 90 as against I24S.S47.S3 in 1896-7. AB analysis shows that while the.Indem- nity paid to senators in 1896-18D7 amounted to I147.9SO, it wts last year.- The. travelling expenses of the senators last year to us in but in -the latter year there were two sessions and the venerable gentlemen had not then received their annual passes, which they now enjoy. cost of the.staff has grown from to while the ex- penditure for stationery has decreased fk in 1S96-7 to last The high water for Uonery expenditure was in 1807-S, when the Senate expended on that Item. of votes for women. _. "The one serious mistake of the Massachusetts suffragist is that sfce'is too cs-reless about her she says. "I approve of the hobble skirt and feathers and plumes. -If to persuade men :ntb letting us vote wo must first charm: them by our at- tire and personal appearance. "The exqvr.aitely dressed, fluff y- ruffles type of women is going to! the best aid to our Burdock Bl Bitters. About a already impoeed. Whether it :il raise the price of the Scotch highball" is conjectural. Great Brit- ain for many years has been paying an -export toanty of to the 'A TONIC NOT A MEDICINE' WOULD "LURE' "Look Says Rich Boston Wo- man, and You Will Win the Boston, Mass., Jan. MaKiag her plea for the suffrage cause by advo- I couH scarcely waik, and broke out all over ray face. I irieJ one supposed to be, but could not find fting after another, but.nothing seemed ieiporterc, although the "practice the hchble skirt for women, nim as He not got that ly- advisei.by a :not discovered here uttfil recently, and upon the novel suggestion tnat ifj women wish to obtain the right to} rote they must first gain man's atten-j ress which attracts j George F. Lowell of' (he foremost and be added to the Customs receipts wealthiest workers In the and the United States. also one of thp beet drensed, has! Ing dowa to where hi? la-iy fritad to try B.B.B.. and before! Diplomatic representations failed to cc-mrades left him, much farther had used or.e bottle I Wt it doing ,get the Hritiih Government to remove not even rome out to ar range for Burdock Blow! Bitter? T Milburn Toronto. Onl NOTHING EXCELS GILBEY'S INVALID PORT FOR BUTLDOfG Uf STRENGTH DUKOIG rr is A nmt, UCKT, MlPICATtD FOR SALE BY ALL WINE ;