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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge TVaily Herald, Tuesday, February 15.1910. 1 Three Good Specials Wonderful Pant Value PANTS, made of splendid qualities of 1 kind that can be depended upon for hard wear. Natty stripes in the popular grays, Alt are' just arrived. Wonderful value at a New Underskirts for Women BELIEVE that value was never duplicated In these new uudersklrts. They are made of hcatherbloom, moreen ,taftasylk and taffeta silks. Made to fit the form and have the new patent ad- justable fastener at the Beautifully trimmed with frills, pleats, embroidery work and tucks. Prices SI.85 to S6.50 Large Flannelette Blankets WHEN YOU BUY flunnellette blankets you would want a size that will cover the bed. Then you want a good next the price must be Read this. Largest size flaunelette blankets in the best quality in either v-'hite or grey. Clean, fresh and well napped. Our price, a pair..... SI.25 A. MACDONALD CO. A. M. BUNT, Manager We are ottering for ONE WEEK ONLY 1 A Big Discount on all Easy i! Chairs and Rockers We have a large assortment to choose, from and all these goods are in first class con- dition. Call and inspect our stock early and get the benefit of the finest line of these o-oods o in the city. Our Prices are Always trie Lowest of the Lowest The Standard Furniture Co. Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE 324CrabbSt. Opp. the Herald 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal 1 a I AGRICULTURAL WILL BE: DISCUSSED Edmonton, Feb. many expected an open rupture in the house this afternoon everything pass- ed oft quietly, the only comments heard being on the absence of Hon. H. Gushing from his seat. The session lasted only a 'Short time. In accordance with a notice given last week J. H. Boyle moved that the lieutenant-governor cause to have all documents and plans of any descrip- tion relative to the Alberta and Great Waterways government laid before the house. Mr. Bennett gave notice that he would ask the government the follow- ing questions on Thursday: (1) From whom did the government purchase the site for the provincial university buildings? (2) What was the date of purchase? (3) What was -the amount of purchase price. (4) How was the purchase price paid, by cash or cheque? (5) How was the purchase price delivered to vendor, by mail, express or by an individual on behalf of the government. (C) If by an individual, who? (7) Who con- ducted the-negotiations for the pur- chase of said site on behalf of the government? This is taken as the first move In the agricultural question, as it indi- cates he Is separating the university from the agricultural college. A deputation from Glelchea reached here today to confer with the pre- mier on the agricultural question and will fce received tomorrow morning. Oh Wednesday next C. M. O'Brien, the1 Socialist member of Rocky Moun- tain, will introduce the bill amending the present coal mines act. It will provide for proper means of communi- cation distinct and definite signals between the lower end and "working place and in underground pianes and upper workings through mines. It Iso provides for manholes or places f refuge every 25 yards in under- ground planes -where there are not hree feet of space between mine cars and sides. The man'holes are to be our feet square between cars and siue. Had Heart Trouble. All Wherever there say of heart or nerves, energy or phy- eical breakdown, the of Milbuni'i Heart and will BOOH a healthy, strong H. Junction, N .B., -4- Can Do wish to Own 4- tell YOU what Mil- Work Heart and low. Nerve have done for me. Three yeais 4 4 4 4 4" ago 1 run down 1 could not do my own work. I to a doctor, and M told I had heart trouble and that ray were all unit rung, 1 took hu racdiciae, he ordered mt to do, but it did me no good. I started to Milburn'i and Nerve Pills, and had only taken one box tofore I started to better, to I continued tfceir use until I had taken several boxes, and I am now strong and weU, and able to do my own work. When I commenced taking your I weighed 125 and aow weigh 185 and have given birth to a lovely young daughter, vrhich was a happy thing in the .family. When I commenced taking Mil- bum's Heart and Nerve Pills, 1 could not go without resting before I got to the top. X can now go up without any trouble." Price, 50 per box or 3 for 11.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price bv Thtt T. Milburo Co., limited. Toroato, Ouu CONSERVATIVES HAVE NO POLICY ID Provincial Matters Says R. B. Bennett Herald Patterns TroyT Feb. J. Searle, aged 35, daughter of John Searle, of Schagticoke village, was burned" to a crisp In a fire -which des- troyed her father's dwelling morning. Miss Searle's sleeping apart ment was situated in an Inaccessibl portion of the house. Searle re-enter ed the residence and saved se- creted under a heavy box. USTAVE IMPROVING VERY RAPIDLY Stockholm, Feb. Gustav's progress toward is such, that it was possible to remove him from his chamber to .another room which he occupied for a time today. Do you know that croup can be prevented? Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy'as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the at tack. It is also a certain cure for croup aa'd has never been known to fail! Sold by all dmgjfrta. LADIES' SHIRTWAIST. Paris: pattern No. 3169. All seams allowed: Edmonton, Feb. Journal the city last evening from the south, to attend the opening ot the legislature this afternoon, R. B. Bennett, member for Calgary, and nominally looked upon as the leader ot the opposition in the second Alber- ta Legislature, told the Journal that so far as he knew the Conservatives of the province had formulated no par- ticular policy or outlined any partic- ular plan of action for the coming ses- sion. .Mi. Bennett is a guest at the Al- berta. He has been back only a week "from an extended trip in the east and has been out of touch with affairs in the province for some time. During the course of the interview with The Journal last night he made it apparent that, neither from, a per- sonal nor a party standpoint, had he himself outlined any particular plan ot action for the session. He had not, he told The Journal, interviewed, nor had he been inter- viewed by any of the prominent Con- servatives of the province as to any policy to be promulgated during the session. "Whether the have any policy or plan of action out- lined, I do not he said. "Demarkation of party lines in Al- berta is difficult to discover. There have never been any great policies advanced by. the government on which party lines could be distinctly drawn. Government in a province like this is greatly a matter of ad- ministration, the consideration of the best means of spending money to the interests of the province, i "Personally, .1 have my own opin- ions on the various questions of ad- ministration that have come up from time to time, and are likely to come up, but this is not an opportune time for publishing them. Any line of criticism that I might care to outline, would be subject to modification as the various questions came up for consideration. I am here as a re- presentative of my constiuency, anc will consider the various matters tha come before the legislature in a man ner which in my judgment will be in the best interests of the district FOR SUCCESS ON BAKING DAY USE OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR i IT ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION THE OGJLVrS FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED WINNIPEG FORT WILLIAM MONTREAL P3 n 1 I The Ladies1 Store CLARKE CO. f (R 7k 1