Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Saturday, February-5, OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOOft MAKES JUST AS FINE PASTRY AS IT DOES B3EAD AND THE BEST OF BOTH. HOUSE- KEEPERS FIND IT AMONG CANADA'S WAGE WORKERS 8 Ciiders Picked fum IbePaditf Labor-Activities Swwriud ad Recorded For Those Who Di tie Werld's Work hi THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM MONTREAL U2 S. G. TUFFS GROCERY EYE OPENERS Magic Baking Powder, 12 ox., per can ......y................. -15o Coledyke Baking Powder, 1C oz. Per can Col edyke Baking Powder, oz. Per can.................-.....10c Coledyke Baking Powder, 2 Ib. Per can .....................55c Standard Baking Powder, 16 oz. Per can .....................20c Currants, cleaned, per pound.................................10c Cheese, finest Canadian, 2 Ibs. for ............................35c Extracts, in 2 oz. bottles, per hot..............................15c Jam, Wagstaffe's, 5 Ib. paiis, all kinds, per pail ...............75c Blue Ribbon Tea, per Ib............................-........40c Coal Oil, per gallon..........................................30c Phone 574 Hill Block "The Store That Gives You The Most Change Back." Ji wi The money-getter Is no longer the wonderful man that he used to be. He has become too common to be con- spicuous. and Ins methods have been found out too often for him to be prulseil, as he once was. Winnipeg trades and labor council which has for some years elected its oflicers by referendum vote of affiliat- eci unions, has all but decided to re- vert to the old system of election at first regular meeting in January. If troubled with indigestion, consti- pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give Uiamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased w.th the result. These tablets in- vigorate the stomach and liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold by all druggists. BLACK D'lnl- SCOTCH The choice of those who know Scotch Whiskies best. Aged In sherry casks D. 0. ROBLIN SOLE CANADIAN AGENT: TORONTO. Every law pertaining to or oearlng on Jabor and iu force In California! at the present time has heen con- densed into'one small compact vol- ume by the state labor commissioner, lids to meet a constant and increas- ing demand for suoh a publication by lawyers, puouc officials and others interested in various ways. It would, not take a very big book -to record the federal labor legislation, nor, outside of British Columbia and Alberta, any of the other provinces in Canada. The> library addition to the Union Printers Home was erected at a ci wilJ likely be accepted. The Portland Workers Un-! gave a splendid reception to its international president, K. J. Baker, on January 17. Pres. Baker is now visiting the Canadian Pacific coast towns for the iirst time. 'COWAN'51 PERFECTION COCOA if cocoa is your favorite beverage ail means enjoy it at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. Limited, TORONTO. 135 Marcus Martin, secretary of the Moyie, B. C., Miners' union, reports things very quiet industrially in that locality. .-..n Edmonton paper in the report of the Edmonton Typographical Union banquet says of Hon. W. A. Buchan- an's speech: "The new member of the cabinet made a very, favorable Impres- sion, and when he recorded his full sympathy with the purposes of the union and declared his intention of strengthening its hands whenever he could, was extended a ringing cheer." HITHEIR HEALTH! Children Wfco Crow Very Fist Seed Careful Next to infancy, the years between ten or twelve and eighteen are the most critical in life, especially for the boys and girls who grow too fast. Rapid growth and the physical changes that are taking place render them parti- cularly liable to weakness and dis- orders of the digcs- Sttt live system, kidneys or lungs that very frequently, when allowed to run on, condemn them to a lifetime of suffering. It is most important thac at this period of life those organs which carry off the body's waste and bowels, the kidneys and the skin ihould be kept active and vigorous. Nothing will do this more effectively than that good old-fashioned remedy, j Dr. Indian Root Pills. It acts directly on each of these organs, enabling them to do their work properly, and thus keeps the whole system pure and healthy. Dr. Morse's Root are still made from precisely the same formula as when our grandparents used them, for nothing better has ever been devised. Made by W. H. ComstodcCo., Ltd., Brockville, Ont., and sold by all dealers at 250. a box. 13 Should avoid Danger of Impurities in delivery "from the Oven to the Home. Insist on. your: baker' wrapping his bread in mf' ktr iecltltr and itappjr. Weare the original manufacturers of the Bread Wrappers now used by leading bakers of Ottawa, Montreal and other cities. E. B. EdJy Co'y. Ltd. Hull, Canada I Wholesale, Retail and Manufacturing Jewelers and Opticians Every department in charge of specialists Call and See Us I Sherlock Block Crabb Street OIL CO. ENTERS SUIT Toronto, Feb. Mad- dock. the promoter of an Alberta Oil Co., is plaintiff in an action against is also suing the Saturday Night, Ltd. for damages for libel and also asking for an injunction restraining them from publishing articles reflect- A. Fraser, of-Toronto, for j ing on dishonesty in the .methods of damages for defamation and libel. He! carrying on business. MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL If you want a range that will bake right and save you time, labor and should buy a Happy ThoughtRange. It is superior in every some in most easy to operate and easy to keep beat range for the Canadian housewife. Investigate "Happy Thought" for our booklet telling all ebout post card will bring it. HAYR BROS., Local Agents Manufactured by The WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD., Brantford, OnL The twelfth annual convention of] the district association No. C, Western j Federation of Miners, convened on January 19, President John A. Kinnon presiding. Delegates from all; Jp the unions in the district were present; Ht lie president's and secretary-treas- j urer's reports great increase in membership and the organiation; n> in a sound financial condition, Busi- J ness of vital importance to labor was T5 discussed and acted upon, and reso- j Di- lutions were framed by the legislative Hj committee, and ordered to be sent to; SJ2 the working class representatives in j the British Columbia legislature, also j :j: to the premier. Officers elected tne year are: President, Geo. ton of Greenwood B.-C.; Vice-presi- j int. Chas. Bunting of Nelson. B. j ch ecretary-Treasurer, A. Shilland of j -i-; Sandon B. C. The next annual con-' authority or jurisdiction given council, commiitcft or other govern- o ing bodies, by tho rules, regulation or' directions of such union or combina- cH tion or the resolutions or lif ot sur-h resident in the locality or a majoriry shall have author-' O izcd. or sliull have been concurring: 25 party in such wrongful act." L An attack of the grip Is often fol- loxve-d by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance. t.inmbcrlain's Cough Remedy has' C boon extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of j this cough. cases have been i cured after aH other remedies had I.F. Blake With Summers Stock Company, opening at the Lyceum on MONDAY NIGHT IN "The Great Divide"