Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
February 14, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CANNON OPPOSES RECIPROCITY PACT Vrites to Illinois Legis- lator Arguing Against Tills Old Gentlemen toned Rteumatism ELEVATORS BEFORE Makes Home Baking Easy, Gives nicer, better food than baker's. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. are located In. the dUtrict where the wheat captures world'a prizet. This it kind 'of whaat we mill. Our machinery li of the latest modern type and our methods up- to-date. That why our flour is popular. "Eliecting a another of thos pictures where you have a good heart DR. CAUSES HARM TO MORALITY THEATRICAL SEVEN DAYS What the Toronto Star says about he above play which the Summers Stock Co. are producing tonight at the Majestic. Speaking of the per- formance there the Toronto Star said: Days" is the biggest laughing hit of the local season. It kept a, big audience at the Princess theatre-last night smiling, tittering and laughing loudly and heartily for two and a half hours. Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood liir. on a smashing big comedy sudden quarantin- ing of a house in which half a dozen of New smart set. are gathered ior a "good time" and a dinner pajrty. It happens that a burglar is house at tho timej-and a policeman somehow gets in and can't get out James Wilson, a divorced .man. is the host. Ills aunt Selina, straight-laced suffragette, source of his income, but ignorant of James' tendency to wine, women and song, arrives suddenly. James prevails on one of the guests; Springfield, 111., j Jalley, of-Danville, made yublio today a letter.directed-to-him by Speaker J.; Cannon, Jn which the'sneaker atronfj! y Canada. The speaker's followers" in the sen-, ate and house, accord ing-.to the sena- .or, will put up a hard light on' the floor of the house when the Canadian agreement' Following is a text of Cannon's let- ter: It is reported in Washington that you are about to consider in the legis- lature at Springfield a resolution dorsing -the commercial agreement with Canada which Is now pending be- fore congress. "That agreement provides substan- tially for free trade between Canada and the United States in agricultural products. In 'addition, it includes OM Gl N YARMOUTH, N.S. "I been bothered with Rheu- matism for the past yearntidhave taken x gool ininy different kinds of medicine jnd found no relief for it. One friend advised me to try GIN PILLS, and after taking one'sox of them, I' like a new'roan, I thought i: would write you a few lines to let you know how thankful I for the relief thty gave me, and would advise all from Rheumatism to try GIN PILLS." WM. COJCTY, Don't bother with.liniments and co- ctlled "blood They won't help your Rheumatism is caused by strained'or irriuted kidneys. The only possible way to CUTE GIN HOUSE OF COMMONS This Home-Made Cougk j Syrup will Surprise You Stopi Whooping Quickly. A Family Supply at Small Cost. Here is a home-made remedy.that takes hold of a cough instantly': and usually cure the most ttubbora case Sn 21 hours. This recipe family Ottawa, Feb. greater part' ot the session of the commons yes- terday was taken up with the discus- sion of Dr. Schfiuer's resolution in the opinion oi this House, 1 the present system of operating ter-j sixteen j initials and transfer elevators is 'trimental to the interests of two cupg Qf grauulated BUgar Western grain producers and that the j OJ10 cup of warm water, and etlr" Government should take immediate 2 minutes. Put 2Vi ounces of Pinex to -operate terminal elevators i (fifty cents' worth) in a IS liam and Port Arthur, This keep, and the transfer elevators between children like it. up appe- those terminals and the Atlantic sea- tlte and is slightly laxative, which PILLS will'do this u nothing else will, 'j end a cough- Tike GIN PILLS'NOW and bt free fnr tavc a lot -probably know, the medical from Rheumaiiim this winter. a The membei for Souns a lo pjM in fot money promptly of imormation m which he j troncbitiB, and other throat troubles, refunded if you ire not satisfied. j that by the manipulation of grain sore lunga, etc. There is nothing bet-. Order from us if your dealer does not j t} tcrminai elevators the farmers of; ter. Pinex IB the valuable con-. handle GIN PILLS. Sample box sent on e ampe ox sen have lost S10 000 n request. National Drug and intern Canada lose km! Co., Dept. A..D., Toronto. 57 '-OOO- He claimed that the new Gram Act introduced by Sir Richard Cart- WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Mrs. Litsicr, aged 84, was surto- they owned them or not. wright in the Senate would not rem- edy the frauds. The only cure, he claimed, lay in government operation of the terminal elevators, whether laugh, add to the collection, offerin such a variety that one cau't help bu Wild wood will be shown; one "Of course of the most realistic Indian stories ducts is by itself. one-sided, -because in nro-lgot German measles. Icceding in me-e Toronto Wofld won ..s suit -n -thc fact thafc a bill had recently been centrated compound of Norway whita extract, rich In gulalcol and all the natural healing pine Other will not work ia, this-formula. The prompt from tbii pcnalTe remedy have made for It in. of In the United States and Canada, which plalns why the plan haa been 1ml-: tated often, but never luceessfully...'-. A guarantee ot absolute satisfaction, of money promptly, refunded, Tiritb recipe. Your druggist hag; Pinex or will get it for you. .If.not. to Tbe Pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. ever presented in photography. 'RIP VAN WINKLE" AT THE MAJESTIC "Uip Van like "Peter he bov who never grows old, is ever action [or litel brought by introduced in the Senate by- Sir Uhe projrletor, ot the S, Alban's lUchard Cartwright death the n fact while she affords ua pracitcally j Hotel. Problem 01 terminal ele% ators no maniet for farm products be theory. n fact, Ten million cartridges and seven! Dr. Cash Mr. Sharp _, _. thousand rifles were destroyed in Dr Clark (Red Geo. If there can be anv advantage giv- explosion of ammunition at Managna, jMcCraney and Hon us which will compensate for the; Frank-Oliver also spoke. The last, en US potent: in .its appeal. The legend of jburden of- competitlon thus-placed on Speaking at the Pan American Com leaker thought the Government i undr- akin the Uns, with its under- i farmers wff ghould be able 10 find mercial Conference both President would not be justified in taking the as dramatized, L in-lhe terms. and Clark advocated re-N' responsibility for one of those plays which will bear have not .found ,t so far> and noti onlv- with Canada, but i transfer elevators. It behooves any the Catskili Mountains, with its under lying moral lesson TO BOYCOTT witnessing more than once. [note that the Canadian envoy, Mr. It is essentially a one-part to the Mother Coun-f g America. and. in the act which follows -1-- vears' sleep, the part of countries oi North and i sane government to move cautiously, i and this government could not under- that while Canada is gaming a a young wo-Stake this huge responsibility without i large market In the United States, the! Q. vas arre'sted for j thorough inquiry into the matter: to mur- t "resuiTectPii" Rip Van Winkle uceds j states is not to gain enough; cureful handling, for the ro.e can in. Canarta to !ntcrfcre "HevTTtbaT dU- easily be made to appear trade, since few reductions, of the .....___ nithnc in if ___j..-k_ coot i- Id-UGl Ul L11U There is both humor and p in it. 'President Emeritus' of Harvard Sees Peril to Young People in One Book of the Bible. boston, Feb. W. Eliot: president emeritus of Harvard, in his to impersonate His divorced wife, in order to hide the fact of his divorce trom his aunt. Then who should ap- pear but the said divorced, .wife, seeing tne ambulance leaving the place, and fearing that it is her former hubby: It may be a returned Ulysses, or a pantomine Robinson Crusoe. .Mr.. Summers has evidently given the part much study, for he certainly hit the happy medium, and played it with 'a" great deal- of -finish. He excelled more as the senile than as the juvenile Rip, showing a clever contrast between the levity o! youth, and the dignity of age. crusade for .the teaching of sex WUoSe.fat self she still has a lin in the schoola, has come out against the Book of Leviticus in the Bible. Ur. Eliot said the book maligned motherhood in its assertion that chil- dren were born in sin. He declared Jor early marriage, on the ground that it would mnke for morality. must get rid of these monstrous tnlugs brought down ro us from, the hook of said Dr. Eliot. "We must get rid of this idea taught us lor thousands of years: that man is horn in sin. The transmission of life Js the most sacred and holy thing in lire. "Wnal we need is n. new kind o teaching. Kelief from present cou cntlons can be brought about- onl> through public discussion. We must teach every one that immorality is the destruction of character as well nsj are made on p would seek tb aou W L are mae Manitoba legislature, gave a Canadian market, ana those reduc- _ tions are small. "I note crimination: Food animus on hoof, such as our farmers have to sell. notice of a resolution on Thursday also one conspicuous dis-1 expressing approval oi the reciproc- agreement and asking the government to give it ANOTHER RAILROAD. (Brocks iJanner) Ottawa, Feb. 14, 1911.. Brooks Trading Co., Brooks: Dear you may be in- terested to know tbat the C-. P. R. nave tiled to -build, from Brooks Feb. A general boy; cott of the merchants of Edmonton and Strathcoua is threatened- by.; tarmers unions ot the district to en- force their demands for a reTiiibn "of the market regulations, which come into this country free, but on sanction. The government will meats manufactured thereof there ia oppose the motion, levied a duty of IVs cents a pound. i southwest, in a straight line, crossing of 17-17 and Wants Questions Studied I have no time to enter into a corn- ering iitcle -affection.'' Imagine the] complications. They arc too many and too involved to detail. But every one of them makes- you sink lower nto your seat and laugh until yon are imp. It's simply a scream when Aunt iielina takes charge of the house and assigns each his or her duties. Each must work if she or he would eat And their attempts to cook. One of the most amusing features of the niece The play was .well produced, ami analysis of the agreement, but well staged, and was altogether -RJ- credit-to the versatile actor who runs the company. AT THE EUREKA Eureka theatre started the week -youBunder cover a copyof the president's message, con- taining the proposed agreement, and schedules. The agreement to me, and to many others, seems substantially to deny protection to all agricultural FINOS A PERFECT BLUE ROSE with a full bill and a full house. Two; treating them as raw mater- extra good acts are included. Howard j and IQ accord protection to all who Campbell, in an acrobatic ring, per- formance which is one of the best, if not the very best ever seen nse such products in whole or in part here, as a basis for some manufacturing pro- Ithrilled the spectators'by their diffl-jcess. 15 cult and dangero.us feats-on the rings. object ia writing is to say that United States Botanist on Hunt For a Black Petal Discovers Above ..Flow- er in a Philadelphia Suburb. Philadelphia, Feb. on a hunt for a-black.rose which, according to an anonymous letter sent to the agricultural department at Washing- ton, had jp v a ouick and pcrraanent cure. in sore straights and negotiations Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for at ell dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Liniled, Toronto, Ont. be hastened by the civic- conrili.v tton commiitee to afford the earliest relief possible. did me no good, so I got, a bottle of Dr, Wood's Norway Pice byrup, and by ths time I had used two bottle? I was entirely cured. I am always recommending it to my friends." Do not humbugged into buying the Norway Pine Syrupa but be sure and insist on "'Dr. Wood's." It is put up in yellow wrapper; threo pine trees the trade mark; the price 25c. Manufactured only by The T. Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. CHEVALIER JEAN F. STRANDGARD MEDICAL HERBAL PRACTITIONER 327 Avcniiw, Siiuc 1C WINNIPEG Specialist in Sfcin Blood Poison. Sexual Weak- nesses, Women's Complaints, Lost Vitality, Eczema, Kid- ney Disease and Restored of ually Deficient to RiH Manhood. Delay is dangerous. Strictly Confidential. All re- ceive Personal Attention. Highest European Cre4en< UaIs for Medical Serrtcef; awarded tiie ONT.Y Gold Medar'for at the International Erhibltlon in London 1010 and at the "World's Fair at Brussels. By Special Appointment Mmiical Attendant to Hit Ma- jesty the Late KJng Carloi ot Portugal. Letters In plain envelope and in plain wrapper.