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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 6,1913 THE LIJTHBEIDGE DAILY ITE11 ALP Page 7 Household Economy How to Have the Best Congh Syrup nnd Save $2. by Making It at Home. Cough medicines, as a rulo, contain a largo Quantity of plain syrup. If you talt0 r.vo cupa of granulated sugar, add one cup of warm water and stir about 2 roln-' iitcs, you hava as good syrup as money could buy. If you will then put 2% ounces of Plnex (Bo cents' worth) In, a I0-,ounce bottle, and fill It up -with the. Sugar Syrup, you will have as much cough 'syrup as ynu could buy ready made for- S2.r,0. It keeps perfectly. Any housewife c*n easily prepare it In Ave minutes. And you wilt find It the bent cough syrup you ever used--even in whooping cough. You can feel It take hold-usually stops the' most severe cough In 24 hours. It Is ju9t laxative enough, has a good tonic effect, and (aste is pleasant. Take a teaspoonful every one. two or thlMshaUspiena!d remedy, too, for whoop- j The. report of the address delivered ing cough, croup, hoarseness, asthma. ; jn tne starland theatre last Sunday chest pains, eta. ' ( . ,, , , . fVlwtM  Pine* is the most valuable concentra- night �s reported in the Hera la nas plno elements. No other preparation will est in the riding represented by Ai-work in this;formula, berta's only Socialist M. P. P. The This_ recipe for making cough remedy - - �� Two Letters of Opposite Parties Referring, to Socialist Members Address with Plnex and'Sugar Syrup Is now used and prized In thousands of homes In ths United States and Canada. The plan has often been, imitated, but never successfully. :'�is time Charlie  learned to tell the truth, because there are lots of votes he will get very, full attendance at the opening'"I"-0.!*10 l"u*. "l,vu^� "c .w"1 �*u � ,'; , ,, . . , this time which he; did: not� receive meetings of the conventions of agn- ]ast time> out nofc by .Jhsulting and cultural societies,' yesterday. Over f lying about them 15.0 delegates registered during the afternoon, and a number of others will "likely do so this morning. The minister of agriculture, Hon. Geo, Lawrence, was the principal speaker at the evening meeting. Tie minister, after a few complimentary preliminaries, made the following- important announcements : A READER. � *'~ # ,�;.-� A Con*ervative's View  Editor Lethbridge-Herald!} Sir,-In reference to the remarks of Charlie O'Brien contained in your' paper of the 3rd inst. .In. liis, wandering remarks he stated that the Conservative opposition in .'tlie Alberta House did not have/brains enough, to "He spoke of the general increase'^T" � government. That statement of interest, in mixed farming, but l*'TT^T*1 Sn�,cl.a�st P01"*' clared that it was not being; carried .f^d, Charlie's small, opimon� in par-far enough, in. view of the fact that toular. The Conservative opposi-SO.OOO'sheep had .been imported by--j+f th�u^e n+ot" ve7 ?Tous; one rtrm during 1912 to supply the the br "M *� W^'*"* west with mutton, while the total f *nd WiU 4err��^trate that flock of the province did not exceed;^ d,^L^^T,ei??1!l?.i.?le,l* 42,000 head at the present time, i Again 7,000,000 pounds of butter had been brought in during the past year, some of it all the way from New Zealand, and 25 carloads of foreign eggs had alone, and tion; Charlie O'Brien was elected as a great Socialist, a- deliverer of the people from that huge monster capital, cbut what has he done for anyone except himself since^ he -'W&s elected ? -"�'�>"=.�^' True, he ha8 got all-Ws brave :lieelers been consumed m Wwrnpeg and lickspitters appointed as JvE.'s. four carloads in Brandon..jthrougll..tho- pass;-,"This fact proves I rhqse importations should not-po, all | to usthat Charlie,has'fal>n for the , bait,, and now when SUton pulls the 1 string Charlie will/jump. O'Brien's line of bunk is not improving, and the more he the .stronger it gets. Everywhere ?pj,B(/great relprm-er has been holdingi forth' he  xjiaVes it a point to pass the hat. and gathwr in all the' dinner, possible, '.ju'sfc- like the. ordinary Dago - with: his rreonkcv  Should the Liberals; and Gpnserva-"'Vf;e >et tosre.tlter in (be coming elec-t'nn it would be an easv toaster ,; to rid themselves^ of Charlie O'Brien, hut the blatant .j^t^i}g^';ttiir#';tley' can win out as independents. �'��'. Yod'rs ticuly,/ V:  0[IM'GARNS, ' ,, >�.�� Hillctest, Alta. such foodstuffs should be raised: m the provinces., To stimulate a mixed farming, the government this year increased: all grants to livestock associations though -the amounts they weio able to give were still far below what the work' required. Mr. Lawrence stated that while the province had been getting a fair proportion qf, the immigration the past year, it was: his ambition to greatly increase the tide and he had persuaded ,the government to permit of his opening provincial emigration offices in Ehglahd, Ireland and Scotland and as soon as the house rose he � would ' proceed to.the old country to locate Jfchese offices.. > These offices would endeavor to induce\. good farn? help to emigrate. He bad addressed a letter, to tho secretary of the Grain Growls' ^association, stating he would seti aside $5>q0q as a loan, and that, men whom the Grain Growers' agent approved of, but who had not the money to pay" a passage, would have their passage paid out of this fund, and when the man was landed in Canada and got to work, the Grain Growers-would repay the loan to the government and collect from tho farmer. �';" SMALL WRECKS ON MOOSE JAW* DIVISION Moose Jaw, F�b. 5.-During - the past tw�lve hours three 'wreokp have occurred- on-the- Moose Jaw division of the CP. R.' No. 4 was der�iled near Swift Current when, passing ihrough Yettman at slow speed. It struok a .broken rajl on the faiain line with - the- resvjt. tl?at a cc-lonls,t ear,. tourlsti-isliBeper, flrs't: claSB coach a.tid a diner w-ere.vderalled. No great damage was f4o'n'es-' At"thc:same plaoe' an* eastb.ound' freight englpe was derailr, J^w yards this'mQrqipg, holding up; Nor.3 roy 'f}ye-:hOU#ffX� :WSine watu-also derajled at �$1^  She added, however, some pretty' compliments, to whieb. Prof,-Wilson fastened, as will bo seep'By the following reply: � / "My dear. Mrs, / , > .-^�AlW we to thapte you mpst wajjmly for ypur kli(d letter.: of: opn^ratpJaifpni ^ appVec}fLte it very much, in^pd. ~ It ia very liglvtitul: to: hfty James, a militant suffragette, > was today sentenced to six ? months' imprisonment at the ? Old Bailey session on a charge of wrecking windows. She > pleaded that she had broken : wndows "for the cause." > * *5* �!* �* *! ^- "T* O O �> ^� �> CARDSTON HAS LOTS OF HOCKEY MATERIAL Poor attendance at schools in the county of Wellington is deplored in the reports of Inspectors fJaI*:raith and Craig, presented at the county council. BIG MEETING OF FARMERS Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. 1.-Over TOO delegates are expected to attend the convention of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association, which opens here on February 11. Officers of the association are. already hero arranging accommodations for the delegates. The Saskatchewan Grain Growers' CongresB will meet here at the same time, when it is expected a permanent women's organization will be formed. Among the ciuestions to be discussed by the grain growers will be sample markets, reciprocal demurrage, the bank act, grain act, elevator question and others. Cardston, Feb. 5.-Ice sports in the southern town took a big stride forward when the formal hockey association was affected here last week, The red men at Stand-Off will have to 150 some now to hold good the victory they gained over the- locals last week. Regulation goal nets are to be secured, and arrangements made for regular hockey hours at the rink. The price of admission for matches was set at 25 cents for adults, and 10 cent's for children. .The possible line-up of the team will ho : Goal, t'ahoon ; point. Dr. Lynn ; cover, Scott, and a forward line will be chosen from the following : Warren, McGee, Dr. Amos, Sug-den, Davis, Burton. There is other splendid material in town and. Captain Lynn will have no trouble putting a fast line-up on the ice to meet Magrath. It is possible that other games may he arranged. The weather men at Cardston say there will he two months vet of good skating weather. ;nQNAiDSON IINE Steamship and ' Railway Ticket* FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or friends. Our way of handling this business is impossible to beat. Your passengers will re- , ceive full instructions. We ad- ., vise you when they will reach their destinations. RATES THE VERY LOWEST. .3 RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVERY WEEK For full information see steamship and railway agents, . Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent. �'<" 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. - BOAT CAUGHT IN ICE Kingston, Ont., Feb. 5.-Hard and fast in the ice otf Garden Tsland, the'' steamer Wolfe Island, with forty pas-, sengera on board, remained all night; The passengers were taken off in ice boats. SIX DAYS MORE and then our " Half Price Specials " Sale Ends. Our sales trebled for January because of the exceptional values given. Remember, we keep nothing but the best, and our snaps are geniiine, every value being just as we advertise S All our Tweeds, Worsteds and ' Homespuns to be cleared.Over 1000 .: Suits to select/ -frolic Sizes 33 to' 44. ' $40.00 for . $30.00 for . $20.00 for  $20.00 $15.00 $10.00 $35,00 for . $25.00 for . $15.00 Fpr. At prices less than can be supplied wholesale. All No. 1 Skins and guaranteed. : $'400 Plucked Beaver for $400 Uiiplucked:Beaver for $150 Northern Braccoon for $100 Northern Eaccoon for $75 $50 Boys' Overcoats ' Our Coats are made from Scotch Tweeds, Meltons and Beaver Cloths -finished just the same as a man's overcoat'would be and Ulster shape $20.00 flft'vr:.'.$18;0&.v;: For ... *P I U.UU ' For.......�W� $16.00 nn $i4.oo For......#OaVII .....For-:;.;-. � vifr......$6.00 . ..... ten's Pants $3.50 and $4 for $1.75 Felt Shoes About 250 pairs left that must be cleared, in heavy felt, with felt and leather soles. Congress and lace high and ordinary. "'00 $3.50 ' ,6�........$3.00 $2.50 ,5�,...,:$2.75; For. $5.00 For. $4.00 For. ;$3.,50 Fop. Sheep Lined Coats . English and American Corduroy, heavy brown duck and Bedford Cord, Wombat and Australian Beaver collars and heavily lined. $16fo��...:..$8.00 ,1K?.....'..$7.50- $14Fo0?...r..$7.00 "ST.......$6.50; $^....::.$6.0.0 $r.......$5.00 Boys9 Suits Two and' Three Piece Norfolk, single and double breasted, bloom-er pahts/.Wqrsted Scotch lines and Nova Scotia Tweeds. *r.:.....$ifcqp "s.......$6.oo: $3.50 "Z.......$3.00 For;. K $7.00 For 7" Men's Overalls Blue striped with' bib, black and grey, trouser- style. $1.25 for 65c $1.50 and $1.25 for 65c len's Shirts 50 dozen assorted Cambric and blue Chambray, Negligee Shirts. $1.25 for 65c Felt Slippers $ 1.00 for 5()c Mufflers Pawn knitted, with dome fastener, shape'd neck ;,all sizes." ^ ' - :50c for 25c Alberta Block i Jhe GieeaA Clothiers of The Great West i.'.v&'t.'tes 1%^ m i v ;