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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITO DAILV HEJIALO You are invited to attend our slyle demonstration of NEW "ART CLOTHES" m odels for sp ring 1911. Messrs. McNamara Well wood are staying over in Lethbridge .until Sun- day and have met with great success, being kept very busy. The.object of this exhibit is to demonstrate to you the superiority of "Art You will be under no obligation whatever to give .your order. Our experts however, will be pleased to take your measure and keep on file for future re- ference. For Spring, 1911. orders for "Art Clothes" will be taken exclusively in Lethbridge by Mr. Fred Thaell, and any orders entrusted to him Will have the same personal care and attention as though your measure were taken in our own shops. 301 IN TERRIBLE STATE ABOUT CANADA Certain English Newspap- ers Show Great Concern About This Country Feb. has abandoned the disi-js- sion of the' biii, of Lords, aii'I up ine m-iproc- ity agivei'ieni most live issue in UK- limn. The I'nionist editorials dii-Iaic that tarifli tdonr. and 1m- Iic-iial preference arc irore urgent than Intel views on the question arc sought with all prominent men. Thr Canadian Financier, Wm. Aitkin. who was elected thr member, of UK- House of Commons for Ashton-L'nder-l.ynn. expresses the view that the Tnhc'.! .Sutrs !ias been so. wasteful of. its tural resources that'll is compelled to look to Canada's untapped resources to provenl impending disaster The Suiiidard in an editorial says: is mistress of the situation agreement or no agreemerii, yet Canadian ministers have.allowed thfm 10 be hypnotra-d by the bril- liance of thv American-oiler and have into the trap so can-fully-laid. Tin- Dailv The Much Siokntii Due to Bowtl Disorders A doctor's firsf question con- sulted by a your bow- els retular" Ho Icrigwg -MS per cent, of illness "is attended 'with Jtwelive bowels anii torpid: that this condition.must geutly ami thoroughly before, health re- stored. Rexall Orderlies :ire a positive, pleasant and siafo. I'or coiiBti- vation a.ud bowel disorders in general. are so certain of sresit cura- tive value thiU we 'o return the piiri'bhser's money .in ft very case iVJl to: produce entire sat- isfaction. Recall Orderlies art eaten like can- dy, they act quietly, and have a sooth- Ing, sirengtheninti. healing influence on i he entire "iniesiiuitl tract. They] do not purse, gripe, cause nausea, flat-' ulence. excessive looseners, diarrhoea or other annoying effort. They are especially good for children, weak per- sons or old folks. Two sb.es. 25e arid lOc. Sold only-lit our Hex- all Store. J. U. Co.. Ltd., special agents QVIL ENGINEER'S EVENTFUL CAREER The Art Tailoring Co., Ltd. Room 9, Brodie Block Tlu- Daily Telegraph ir. tneajrarrv in JS23 his'h'the is siill Urn, (or the Mother -.Countrv j Oi the'Wch plon-rs o to ai-t lo bring Canada into, a Th, roulllv_. -sppni '.thc early pai- sclu-nu- of. Imperial .preference. of his lik, FRED THAELL Demonstrators. B. WELLWOOD J. McNAMARA cho.cc. says the Telegraph. .'Ms be- nve-r, keeping and losing Canada.. be- uvecu saving the empin- and allowing; io "rift to dissolution." I Ganiibt Tax the lands of (Continued from front Snow Stalls Trains In Crow's Nest Pass taxation of the proviuce .-.of-luperta vs .the C. P. R.. which had the successive stages f roni the Alberta to the Privy Coan- a sum In arrears of taxes, ir .the" coir.ention of the had front ron-.ry plow which bas'buen" working between Lethbrid since'the lirst.of the out'on the: Carman rtay ut'ternoon, suddenly sprang up -filling the drifts IN WRECK Toronto. Feb. McLen- nan, a engineer who had an eventful career.'died today at his nr> Avenue'Read. Me was thef j of part of his lik- in the southern states .in railway construction work. Attempt- ing to return, to Canada in 1SG-1 he was captured by cpm'ederaie soldiers and imprisoned for .thirteen .weeks'; Hi? was Utter, .in the "survey ui the Intercolonial and un exploring firit ish Columbia. In 1S72 he was iis- irivt 'riigitifi'f" foT-'siOvcffiiiji-ljt- iriii- ways between PortArthur "and nipeg: and later dni.f'engineer for -on- Jaw. Keo. Feb. -nu, trs'e inird .'section, or en: gine Uyi', Conductor' Campiiell, eer.Uunri. running: about miles, an! nour. taiiett tp'see tnilir jjiti "71. GETTING EXPOSED BY THE TIMES Letter of an American Woman to a Butler Arouses the Wrath of the Great English Newspaper Feb.; Time's of Sut-j wishing to give" her'and unla a remarkable- expose of-. the 'manner in -which sonic Ameri- can newspapers get society gossip and "news. does not or address. It .is content to describe hastv or ex: tier system-an- advertisement "or to direct "venal' possessors of the'Vnews she asks for to a market for their The Times unfortunately worthless 'wares. suggests ive the offender's full name j the source of many Uarrict u those stupid, stories Suffered for Years Prom Constipation and Sick Headache. Headache seeois habitual with many people; indeed, some ant seldom, if ever, free from it, auflerins continually, and wondering "why they can get no relief. '1'hc most frequent 01 are bilious or sit.-k and ivra caused by sorau. derangement of iho or bowels, ur both. Burdock Bloo'i Bitters regulates digestive and biliary organs, removes t acidity of the stomach, improves tbn, regulates the constipated bowels, r and promotes a perfect circulation of pure blood to all portions of the body. Mrs. Meadows, Clarksburg, Out..: writes: "For years I was troubled with sit-'k headache imd juid was also; jpustipateJ. I wiw advised to try' uboii I oaiy took', three bottles of the me.Jicino, and now V feal like ;i new person as am completely; cured. I can truthfully testify that! B.B.B. u the best I have over: Burdock Blood BittorB, luw, during the last 35 years, built up on reputation as a ci'je i'or'all troubles arising from a constipated condition of the bowels. Manufactured only by The T. Co., Limited, Toronto. Oat. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE at The sentence of g'.Vnner Allen victoria has been reprieved to nis appeal case to be heard. The city of Edmonton -is lor power rights at Urand Rapids on' the Athabasca river." The Saskatchewan Agricultural Fairs- Association In convention at. Keghia passed a resolution approving Uie reciprocity agreement." .The of Quebec' wilt a monument in honor of on tne Plains Abraham, out or about tw'enty-sixj Delimd; It and cutting off Us retreat. The province's coil-j it was dus; out this morning, however. auout rwelve" miles an hour "NOT Sa BAD" SAYS HERRON Ottawa. Feb. here llm lbe twenty year ex-'.arrived here about noon, and is now from taxation given when the Jin the shops undergoing repairs nee-- lJantls .were granted, extended from jesaary''before it can.lJe put'-to -work A ;ine .of the survey of the landsjnsaiu. not from the date of the was overtaken at -mileage by toe Toronto Star uorresponde'iit-in ti, rte'railins: engine and.-o'adly regard to the-reciprocity., proposals, uamagmg six cars ahd caboose on John Herron. M. -ad- second vi. some ot xvhfch j tised tor a.situation, wherein she l'T sbaii. be.pleast'd to hear, from, you if you have half an liour to spare or twice a weeV and would-tare lo uirn ir into cash by writing me s. long, gossipy letter about .well-known j people- in English society who stay in I tibuse.s where you arc employed. .1 pay.. liberally and settle vfach 'month.. -1 some .American papers which ana are a total loss, lying: at ngtu angles took fire niitted thai the agreement Kngiiic "At first sight i would that to the track. Ho will give ns "tae palieiit of the lands by the rail- -Another is reported uu- fGit'- been 'derailed in a 'rhe late deputy at- yesierday af- S. B. had been rernoon. engaged in the preparation of the cnsejinile or more The sn ior more than two years and the in-; lillecl in behind the plow. wrests of the C. P. K. have -been look-! to move backwards" or 'forwards it f ed after oy A. IL Creelman, K.C., oE was Very soon buried ten.feet I The drift in question is a now rapidly and unable The estimat- ed, damage fo. equipment, is t'ugineer was "taken to the iios-. pital at Switt Current :badly -scalded, and. died later.. Duun formerly jived at .Uedictne rlat. as.ontreai.-. and Stewart Tnpper. K.C., j of the beautiful A thought to be Peter the the-noted anarchist, was ar- Tcsted iby Scotland Yard detectives at jNapies. FOR AGOODMEAL TRY o the Herald from j i-'rank this morning retiorts no snow Jailing: and the wind subsided. Ten engines are stalled there and no trains through since MAY BE BULL THE TRAVELLER ponu-y or pertnaneiu-J-'caunoc say. We win, i thint get for our wneat. win noi( helped'much as to horses, wil'l as to cattle. Oil yes, it looks alright for us. ..Whether ic will distiii-b the'1 channels of trade and direct them liprtii and f- the detriment of'our extensive trans- portation system njatter." this 'in the hand's of of ists the. .art society The st-'ory ami the letter throw a lurid light uponnhc tastes, ideals and standards of life which flourish hi a modern democracy and which' we re- gret t'o say arc foste'ri'd" by a demo- cratic press.- heirs, of. ail-the ages .arc thus taught every morning to interest oa having current gossip, amus- .theirseLves in- tittle-tattle 'about a .with which they .have nothiiic; people'over here and" I buy large qW in -oViimon and to cultivate a "snob- bishness which Thack'eray rt reamed. ..What a dianwr for a awl fiercer Thackeravrto'niake never new POPULATION OF SOME MINNESOTA TOWNS The Carmausaj' train which was to j have left for the first rime since two! Feb. The provincial week's ago today for Barons and received Washington. D.G.i'Feb. cen-j stis'bureau'today announced thai the population 'of 111., -was Figures on other towns were: of -such letters regularly; fr'li you think you would care to double or treble your salary in way write..me; a good ter. I will tfieh wrijtc you more.'.fulh: as to terms.--' To-give vou an 6? what I.buy say that justr now j ert. it is. bought the. price anything Here follow the J corruption. It i'sgoi by means deith- of a well known j erair-ly designed to violate the .mosi j elementary., pi social the that J t'o preserve 'one's' privacy, iiouey" ii nothing could stir the British ire to to break down the confidence depths as such an attempt as this j between masters and servants and TO- to violate privacy. The .TimesJieads change the constant service -Oi the an- i. i scorching-leader: letter, commons on Tuesday. .'rne iSaskatc'uerwan.-government has announced that it will assist the Grain Growers Association, in pnrchaijn? elevators to the extijsii- of twemy-flve per cent of the. purchase price.-. Famine victims in China are; selling their'children to buy i'ood. dred thousand people are homeless and millions are starving. As a result'of ihC so far held into the explosioa-'at Jersey uuy, several ollicials or the Central Hallway and Dupont Do Xempnrs Pow- der Co. will be arrested for being critn- innlly With the thermometer forty below." zero, a man named Heistamf-was burn'- qn ijoth siiics of the'.Allan tit-. readily be -that j t'o 'preserve 'one's' privaby- Mouey'V ii Bank at Hanley, committed yeBterday. "His 'mind evidently necame unbalanced from overwork. The inspector was.in. .town and says litQ_ai.l the'.-'affairs'j of. t'hrs bank are in good shape. He twenpy-sovcn years of age and marrisd a Hanley girl a year sgo. hundred' kilVad in door to Eastern Town- r ships Bank. "FISH AND CHIPPED POTATOES Also the best. Meat Pies in town. Tifton, Ga. New Pesv'ot ana says "The let tor-is a complete revelation "This is an odious state of A toque-world.into a habUsof hypocrisy in Phuippirie Is- :i which-'sells'set-rets yesterdaV. 'I'he Railway Committee at Ottawa bill to incorporate the considered wlin had been attending the Al'nerirt i-'airs Association Convention, which 'concluded here yesterday. This spe- cial succeeded in reaching ilarlpod keiore ;he wind storm of yestf-nhiv alternooii had blown ioug enough 10 stoj> trafiic. Koth yesterday's A. partially with somr grey hair, i The only person known to he missing I is Wiliiam Hull, corrmr-rcial trav'ellrr. i Bad Case of Ecxeinu 'Ctuv 1. trains j phone a trial or mysh-rio'islv .disappeared from -Anotner case of she ncaihig power oi o. irom a simmer At- I Zara-Bitk. in. cases enema, is to in Oeiobri. and for whom [hand from Winnipeg. -'Airs. caught away from home and speu; il Calgary legal is makint; of ITfi .Mchilosh Ave.i Elmwood. f? the !iho fine the sives .following; 'facts. train at Warner and the Cardston f i with a vie.v to other stiff-rci-s Irani nr. yririing. Thr> latiei e existence of which hmiced, am! surely .something- could bo suspected, but never i done to-atop "Su if "the rcspcctablr- Am- J British Uolumbhi and Oaweon crtcan newspaper-s would take thetnar. J Way ,wllicb proposes to build, from U-r up and expose at, once the demor- to Damson, passing through t'ort George, 'i'ue bil! reported... will shock and it person, nntl es- pecially ;'thof.f: of the same sex with debased'ioJirnalisi who wrote the letter. We suppress her surname anu nature of'the news purveyed, ami dnivstablc methods of the purveyors.''' ronsoli