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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PI Safajtrflay, February 1, 1918. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILf HERALD Page 1) W� nrf# at Wtmta fflj'tt Ilk* tilt. L McKENZlfe&tMANN ALLEGED TO BE BACK OF BIGGEST DEAL IN PROVINCE Toronto, Jan. 31.-The Telegram this afternoon says that the greatest radial proposition on the continent is being "quietly worked' put i in this city by Mckenzie & Mann interests, and today Ontario has an electric trust' which >' rivals in* its  power the Standard- Oil and American Tobacco. From Windsor and Niagara Falls along the right of way o� the Ontario Electric Development Company's transmission lines, will come a trunk road fed Jay many; ljftanQh�#,c while the Toronto and" Eastern will meet this point. ,Before long-the man'itt Windsor will drop off at Hamilton di Toronto, on hiB way to Montreal, ovw � fast, no-smoke, no-dirt, eleotric line. Solicitors for the Canadian Northern were reticent as to the exact details of the big plan, but one lawyer admitted that he know that thc natural terminus was North Toronto. It is said that several prominent members ot the House of Commons were interested in North Toronto investments,'' and the charter would be forthcoming. EMPRE8S' HEALTH iS POORLY Berlin, Feb. 1.-The German Empress is expected to go to Bad Neu-him in March -for a lengthy sojourn. Her Majesty's health of recent years has been somewhat precarious. She was at Bad Neuhim for eight weeks last year. � ' WHoojaing Cough. SPASMODIC CROUP , ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COIN A.�taple,�at�and;oWltlve trwtment for bron-abJal tmttbli)* avoiding drum. Vapflrlmt Cnwlfiu topi tha paroxysms of WlW)pliu(C6ughan t KWlpm tha �� throat and stop* tha cough, aaaiirln* r�>trnl olshta. It 14 Inralunhle to motbara with i'OUUJ chUdrea. Send portal tor descriptive booklet. ALL DRUOQISTa: .Try CRE80LBNB ANTISEPTIC THHOAT TABLETS forthe IrrlUWd throat* They are simple, efTtetlva , and aatlaanUc. Of your tfrugalttorfroin ua, |0o. in ttapipa., , '. ' Vftpo Creaolajne Co. f?Cwtl.� front ;page) fact-that one s�t of treasury .bijls coming' duo were replaced* by another, and adding .both .together, is a somewhat contemptible- way of making a political argument. I have no objection to a newspaper taking as strong Views as an editor sees fit in reference to the manner in which a government, carried on the business of the country, that is entirely a matter for the editor himsielf to consider; but I do strongly object to newspapers which Bhould do working for the interests, of the province deliberately lying about the debt of the province, and thus injuring its credit for purely political purposes." - A Lawyer's View, � In discussing the matter tonight, George B. O'Connor, a prominent attorney of tha city, made the following statement, which iB the 'generally accepted view of over a doae-n of the best known legal lights of the province who have been consulted regarding the matter. "The decision is in its present form not in favor of the Royal Bank or the Alberta & Great Waterwtja,Company or even the construction-,, company,',' he said., "It,is simply a^eol^ioir-^hat the bondholders are erijU'tlecl to,|the money, and all the government needs to do is..to take up tha bonds, .which, I understand, are redeemable shortly. "Tho bondholdersare, .entitled to the money, ahd apparently the Royal Bank is no| entitled to.its lien. "The judgment is favorable to the province, I think, in this respect at least, that it clears the air of any claims of the Royal Bank or the construction company. I don't look upon it as an adverse deoision to the government at all., "It was necessary to go to the Privy Council, in order to ascertain the rights of the bank and of the construction company. It is-now quite open to the province to go to the bondholders, and make arrangements to obtain the money.'' All'that can be said to be lost to the province as a result of the decision are the costs of the action, and in as much as it was agreed between the couueikthat there shpuld be costs, to either party, eyan that element 0f 'victory' for' the bank, insignificant;', as -U is,�.'..disappears."  ';�' ' 'Premier Sif ton also stated last night that there 'was no truth in the alleged rumor of a local Conservative paper, in regard 'to tho meeting of .the Legislature being postponed; HThe;; Legislature Vc> vVr".'':-' ti^e previous year being $3,436,602; For the tea months ofythp present', fiscal By all Means Write to. Her and Learn how She did it. For over 20 years James Anderson of 432 Elm Ave., Hillburn, N. Y., was a very hard drinker. Ytyi case seemed a hopeless one, but 10 years ago his wife in their pwn little home, gave him a simple remedy which much to hex delight stopped his drinking entirely. To make sure that the remedy was responsible for this happy result she also tried it on her brother and several of her neighbors, i-,T,,.,,.,-,.^,. It was successful in ^-c,.w.v*v everycase. Noneofthem has touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since. She now wishes everyone who has drunkenness in their homes to try _ this simple remedy for she feels sure that it will,do as much for others as it has for her. It can be given secretly if desired, and without- cost she will gladly and willingly tell you whftt.'it-Jb. AH you have to do is write her a letter asking'her how she cured hsr husband of drinking and she will reply by return mail in a waled envelope. As she has nothing to sell dohot send her money.'Simply send a letter with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson at the address given above, taking care to write'your name and full address plainly. (We earnestly advhs pvety one afourreaiieri who wisties to eurt # dear one of drunfanno; to write to this lady today, tier offer is a sincere one.) NOT .MUCH PAyiNiG- > FOR THIS YEAR CITY WILL RETRENCH IN THIS DEPARTMENT-NEED TO PAVE SUBWAY Last'year the city spent .�some $150,-000 on * paving contracts. This year the estimates will provide but a fraction of that amount for similar purposes. Although no report lias been handed down by the Works and Property committee, Mayor Hardle. is in favor of doing as little paving as can possibly be got along with for another year. However some paving will have to be done. The construction of the Thirteenth street subway will make it necessary to pav