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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, February 22,1013 BABTSO SOAP Flower Fragrance Natural flower ex tracts give to Baby's O^^^n Soap the clinging fragrance which makes its. use so pleasant. BABY'S OWN SOAP IS WELL WORTH RUNNING FOR. In the interest of your skin, send for some now. Sold everywhere. At.e�RT S0AP3, LIMITEO, HFKS.. MONTREAL. I-�-13 t Absolute Purity Pure vegetable oils are the base of Baby's Own soap. It promotes skin health and prevents skin troubles. [BOARD OF TRADE MEEllNG MIXED FWlNfi I Several Questions of General Interest disposed of-Want Bridge at Waterlon Alberta's Finances Are All Sound . ijEJdnionton, Feb. 19.-That far from ; being in a deplorable condition, the : finances ot .\lbcrta are in very good condition has been brought out iu the house by Hon.^ Malcolm McKenzie, provincial treasurer. On December 3,1, 1913, the province showed a surplus o� $489,495.99 over all liabilities, tlle^figures being liabilities $14,160,-199.99, and assets $14,G45,693.98; Mr. McKonzie brought this out in reply-ing no the false stateniants and mis^ : pleading cntioisnis of the opposition, and aslied the Conservative members toitiiie dow'a the figures so that there could be no misunderstanding in future and no e.vcuse for them making erroneous statements and saying that the province was on the verge of bankruptcy. "\\e have been congratulated fpr the price we got on our last issue of b^nds by the highest financieil e.vperts and'critjcs of the world," he said, "the credit of Alberta is today as solid and high as the credit of any other province in the Donsinion-" Mr, _ McKcnzio also charged the apposLtioa j with attempting to give a black eye !tQ the province by their wilful, rttis-I leading statements. Th^ Board of Trace last night held a short monthly meeting in the .board building. In the absence of the president and the vice-president, E. U. Ry-lands occupied the chair. The business considered by the meeting "was more or less routine, having to do mostly with the report from the board council and several resolutions submitted by the Associate Boards ot Trade. The board is still protesting against the ctancellatlon of the concurrence which existed prior to Jan. 15 between the CP. R. and the G. N. R. over the Coutts line. A largeJy signed petition was forwarded to Ottawa some time ago to the Board of Railway �Commissioners asking that the matter l>e taken up, and the Board has been advised that the question will conie before the commission on March 19. The council of the board also reported that they had in hand the bet-temlent of the road between Stirling and Montana Junction following along the railway line. The government has promised to investigate and put the road in good condition if found advisable to spend money in that direction, and if .this Is done the farmers south east of the city -will have much better connection with Lethbridge. . The board has also endorsed the central 'wool market proposition in which the South Alberta Wool Growers' association is interested. If the government will provide for �-'the proper Inspection and grading, of wool here, a large clearing warehouse will be established in .the city making it the central market for the wool clip which in future is expected to reach 1,000,000 pounds annually. For over a year the board has been agitating tor a. bridge over the Water-ten River in the vicinity of Waterton Lakes so that Lethbridge' people could reaeh the lukes in five hours by automobile. The meeting last night (decided to ask W. A. Buchanan, M.V,, to bring the matter to the notice of the .Dominion government under whose Jurisdiction .the proposed bridge would come. The boards ot trade of' the towns south of Lethbridge will be asked also to lend their support in having the bridge con structed. ' The motion passed by the executive of the Associate Boards last Monday dealing with the opening �of post-ofUces for fwo hours on Sunday yras endorsed, and the proviso added, that If the nadtlon Is in contravention of the Lord's Day Act, the act be amended so that post offices could remain open on Sunday It the residents Ot any district so desired. The campaign for the reduction of coal rates into Saskatchewan and Manitoba was also discussed at length, and the resolution of the Associate Boards endorsed. This matter is iA the hands of M. K. Cowan, K.C, who will shortly appear before the Board of Railway Commissioners asking'for a reduction on freight rates on western railway lines. The cool rates have been a bone of contention for some consldErable time, having been introduced over a year ago by the Taber Board of Trade, Complaint was made of the poor quality of the coal delivered from the C. P. R. mines in some Instances. It �wias also stated that weights were not received by the purchasers, although it was pointed out that the latter would be furnished on application. In the matter of the quality of the coal it was decldied to refer the complaint to the mining section of the beard to be dealt with before the next monthly �meeting. .-4 ii -Mi E FIfiHT CAlieUS'DEClDES TO DEMAND RE--j-DISTRIBUTfON AND FAIR '  * PLAV p FOR PEOPLE Y'^ '^Ottawa, Feb. 21.-"We are going on 'J. -�with the fight:- along th'e lines uidicat-f\ .'eBj-'lri Sir Wilfrid Laurier'a amend-/ ^ meat'to the government naval propos-.als ^nd,.al8o as indicated in the am^hmept tjow before the house call-ipriiairedistribatlon- and submls-ith'e' question .to the people." "i Su Ruby Rose Cold Cream and Witch Haz^l Cream, you can^ preserve its blooni in spite of exposure to raw. Cold winds, over-heated, steamy kitchens, or lU-vontilated rooms. NA-DRU-GO Ruby Rose Cold Cream does much more than keep the outer skin soft and.supple-it feeds the underlying tissues, fills out the tiny hollots, prevents wrinkles, and gives a fresh and wholesome charm,. With Its subtle odor df fresh roses, and the soothing sensa'tion which It imparts, Ruby Rose Gold Cream Is a toilet gem. � � . In opal glass jars, 25c. at your druggist's. , NA-DRU-GO Witch Hazel Cream is a refined and altogether delightful preparalion of Nature's own cooling, healing specific, Witch Hazel. Under its soothing influence roughness, chaps, sore lips, sunburn,. windburn or irritation, after shaving vanish like magic. Used freely after washing it keeps the hands and lac� soft and comfortable. .. 25c. a.bottle, at your Druggist's. " Always look for the Na-Dru-Co Trade Mark when you buy. National Drag and Cbemical Co. of Canada,limited, ibs three years soon passes and upon his return he will find many of his friends still residing In Raymond and all will be glad to welcome him home. .'V. Cazler of Cardston spent two days at Raymond last week, visiting .^;ls daughters and while here took �dvantage of an opportunity to visit some, of the ranches and farms around town, where he found many things to interest a farmer, and expressed himself as pleased with the metljods em-, ployed by some of the farmers'of this locality. Mr. Cazlei' -was; especially struck with the good spirit found'In the town and more so with'that j�"e-vaillng among the -students: of the Knight Academy and said that if he lived In Raymond he would spend his winters at the Academy. Born, to the wife of James F. Turner, a daughter, on Feb. 11, weighing 7% pounds. All doing well., Born, to the wife of William Burrows, a daughter on Feb. 13, weight G pounds; all Well. Born, to the wife of Geo. O. Wall, a son, on Feb. 20; all doing well at last report. Visitors to Xjethbrldge this week: H. S. Allen, O. ,H. .Snow, Ray Knight, J. E. Ellison, W. P; Betts, Jas. Betts. Ed. Fairbanks, George Selman, Geo. H. Budd, Bert Kinney and wife, Hen-nle Love and Emma Wasden. EdltOT W. E. Berryessa of the Leader and Globe was a visitor to Raymond this week on business. IF THE SESSION CLOSES Ottawa, Feb. 21.-Hon. Dr. Roche, minister of the interior, has'decided to visit the Old Country at the close of the. present session to make a personal first hand study of the'lmmlgra-tion problem from the British standpoint. He will also inspect the principle immigration oHices and oflScers and expects to visit France and Belgium. If the session closes in time Dr. Roche will leave in June. PROTEST AGAINST NEr REGULATION CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT USING WINNIPEG TO E'XPERIMENT WITH SOME NEW RATES Winnipeg, Man.', Feb. 21.-The malr-ter of the proposed new customs regulations at; Winnipeg, which provide for an additional. charge of twelve cents' on each appraised package,'was discussed at a meeting of the executive committee of the "shippers, section . of: the Winnipeg Board of 'Trade yesterday with the result that a telegram was sent to the minister of , customs, .vigorously:..... protesting against the new regulation-which, it was pointed out, was equivalent to an increases in duty amounting to thousands ' of dollars annually, and strongly urging the withdrawal ot the new regulation., A telegram was "also dispatched to. -I-ion. Robert Rogers, memiber for Win- , nipeg, requesting his assistance inthe ' withdrawal of the new 'regulations and objecting strongly - to Winnipeg being made a trial ground lor customs experiments. � '��1 I ' I �"" '��iM-i �����II. m ' PRINCES TO BE: ATHLETES Berlin, Feb. 21.-rThree young German princes, Joachim, son of Emperor William; Siglsmund, nephew of the Emperor and Pr'lnce Frederick' Charles of-Prussia, will shortly .begin active training In : track and field athletics. The three today became members of the Berlin'sport club. This is taken as an indication of the interi^st shown by the Imperial family in ^he Olympic^ games which are-.,^to bo held In Ber-.' lin.  . � ' D59C 1730 2777 ;