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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tudsfljjy, February II, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALU Pagre 7 The Secret of Economy Lies in the little things. Women , , find the use of ' One of the little things that means economy. It's rich, full strength is a saving. Six delici- ' � ous Clips cost a cent-more than 250 cups to the pound. For all its cheapness there is no better Tea to be bought than Blue Ribbon Tea Meaty Speech From Tlrone Read (Continued ftom front page). Telephone Extension The additional money granted last year for the extension of tbes telephone system ha* been wisely and-profitably expended for that; purpose. Large additional sums are- required; and can beprofitably expended in the. extension^'of this system to portions^ of the-country not yet reached, and a furtber vote for that purpose will be asked-from you a� this session. New Mining Law After the close, of the last session my government appointed a commission for the purpose of investigating the Mining: law of Alberta. This commission has made a 'report which, I havo !no doubt* will be satisfactory to the various interests intimately oon-oeme?d in this large and growing industry b� our Province, and legislation based on their report will bo introduced at this session. Co-Operatlve Elovatore The desire of the various farming communities'; in the Province of Alberta, for "some assistance to meet their requirements siatancegiven to thar cooperative *fi forts of these comrnunlUesi . Important-Lofllslatlem During this soBBlon,'.! you r.will also be asked to oansider.-jfeveral: meau^es of great Interest to the people of our Province.- Among theses will be acts for the formation of .co-operative companies ;. making uniform andTWoriable contnfcts for" the-sale of farm imple�. menits; improvement of the Work- men's Compensation*.''A^t'i t .formation of consolidated scbflolsv-andestabllsh. ing the principle ,of djrect legislation. A Broken Prptri'?* I regret to say that the promise? of the Federal authorities in regard to the handing over, di; their natural resources to the prairie .provinces has not yet been implemented in the slightest degree., .Although requests for 'conferences on>Ws duestion have been made,- no time has yet been fixed by the Federal authorities, and I bring, this- matter to; your- attention for suah action as! you may. desire, to take in. the interests of ithe' province of Alberta. '.. , ." The public acoounts for the last fiscal year will be laid before you, as well ag estimates of the aniounts required for expenditure during the coming year, all prepared tfith due re* gard to economy and ihe requirements of the public service;"- '� ''> ,-..' Gentlemen of th^ Legislative Assembly: , � I now leave you to. the business of the session, having'full confidence that your deliberationsT will be divinely guided-to tbe;.ije8!tj interests and welfare''of ithe Provtfneev?'v Makes Your Backache Quickly Disappear A Few Pooes, Relieves all Such Miseries,;,Bladder Weakness, Kidney, Trouble and Rheumatism Promptly Vanish., ' It is.no longer necessary for any one to- -auffer with backache lng, kidney trouble, have disagreeable-bladder and urinary disorders to� contend' with, or be tortured with rheumatism, stiff joints and its" iheartwrenching pains for. the new discovery, Groxone. quickly and surely relieves' all such,'^roubles. Grofconeslgiitnp most'wonderful remedy yet devised for ridding the:system.of uric acld-and driving outtair the poisonous impur-itiiBS whloh-oause such troubles. It'ls entirely different from all other remedies..' It is not like anything alee ever used for the purpose; *It a^cts on the principle of cleaning out the poisons and removing' the cause,-, It soaks "right in through the walls,- membranes and linings, like waiter: in a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and makes the kidneys^sitt out and filter away, all the uric acid and poisons from; the blood, and leaves the, kidneys and . urinary organs clean, .strong, healthy; and ^well. r It .matters.' riot how-, long you have suffered, bow bid yout are, �qrhWha�vyou'haye used, thetver'y prlnoiple�#feCjro;k>ne Js-suohr ihat it,, I ia 'practically, impossible to* take,>ityijjfbr the human syaten without, remits; There is"-nothing else qn eiirth like It. r It starts�' to; -work', the, minute* you i take it and-relteves you the first. time yeu usejt.' If yjpu-'Vp'fter' with pains in your b&ok/aflfl side?, or have'afty, signs pf Jtldney', bfe'dder troubles *W�Jm\t such as-puffy. svelHPgf;.#der. .the eyes or in the^e^t.';an^�'4nkleg, if you are bQt}\pred :witn urinary, disorders,; of yoMr.,mtBery.' YoiLcan secure an' orlRlnaJ, ^package, of Croxone at trifli�g;',cqst from any first-  class /drugjftlst, All druggists are authorized! to personally return Jh'e jju'Jrchase price if it fails ijuaYsihgje ouip. Taber, Feb. ll\^�||{ "ratepayers yesterday almos^^j^imJously " endorsed the sever^t^b^Mf^^yfoE the new;town hall( "s^de'^^sji'parks and other local imiprove|hepy j^ii'd' well known hockey pla^er^lji1' goffering from a fractured ,*(b,'s'us'tisliit. Is romored',wllMwj^{JfM'Ppjfice of Walea; ,ho(r aPMftW^jKM'Ithrone olf, preat 9rltklrft,v!1EWjoelnceM was horn'Hi 1$94; �#,(|r|pp8lKvve|i a9eomplished �IHSUHQnC,^ �1e ' - - � �'"^TaRiyj|.'-a!ttit! tude in keeping the Grand TijunkoBa-olflc railway out of Calgary, and thus out of competition with the',e-ident Tregillus, Secretary Wood bridge,? Vice Presidents Quinsy and .Car'swell, and Director Beveridge and Mr, ."Fream are delighted with ' the manner in which, they 'were received by-'the premier and the sympathetic .interest taken in the matter of farmers//elevators. They believe, and rightly so, that the solution of this important question for the-farmers i3 at hand, and they are warm in their praise" of the government which has 'shown; its sympathies anC9, A Three-Piece Mahogany Parlor Suite Silk upholstered, Shearton de-' sign. Regular Cilft $52.00 for..............^?*�U Quartered Oak Davenport Bed - - -in fumed" finish, covered in Spanish. Leather,. very^iplldj,: construction, regular $125.00 for Quartered Oak Chiffonier Golden . finish, Colonial - style, with wood knobs on tbe'drawer (8>*JjJC fronts; regular $47.50 for . 'io'.''.'h^h('>4r>�ys:. of Letlibridge, and look for ..'great development here in: the near- future. Mr.  Livingston is mentione.d:-.as.$he probable nam'inee� at the Liberal convention at; Okotoks- on Thursday. to oppose Geo. Hoadleyv MiifvP,, at the coming election, SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mts. C. D. Leader iB< entertaining at a Valentine party, on/Friday .evening. Euchre 'will be In "play. Members of the ' Daughters .'and Maids- of England and theiSons of; England, need no- invitation for:;the Valentine ball, which' will be held in the S. O. E. hall on Friday evening. M. S. McArthur, of Conybeare, Church & McArthur, went-toBvl-rdett this afternoon. Mr. Colin Groff,- editor of-the faUsr Times, and Mr. E, B. Tainte'e, president of the Board of'Trade,1,of; that coming city, were Lethbridg^ visitors today. \ i ' - : * *   V" Mr. Power, who has been on an ex tended visit at h^s^hom^ in /Ireland, expects to s.ail for-'Canada on the 21st of the month, mmr BISHOP R. C. EVANS -who Is becoming quite"famobs ffor his Sunday^ lectures on:religious aJb jectsi in Toronto. * I Geo. D. Smith, general super! itcnd eht of qanadlanVsteelFoundtiel dlid suddenly at Montreal it ;