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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lettbrldgc Dally Herald. Wednesday, February Garden Freshness of "SALADA Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest producing country in the world. Ask your grocer lor LI package to-day you'll like it Black, Mixed aad Katural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c aud 70c per Ib. THREE CENT RATE i ON CLEVELAND CARS Cleveland, Ohio., Feb. cent car fares went into effect last night, marking the end of the traction war begun by Tom L. Johnson in 1901. The three cent fare is to be continued eight months, the Taylor grant ap- proves Thursday, providing for a test for that period. 'If the rate of fare fails to shov a six per cent profit in eight months a higher fare may be charged. The maximum is four cents however, during the life of the grant which is 25 years. The eight year was has cost the of the street car company a paper loss of on a share of par value. Yes- terday the price Jumped on the ex change from 93 3-4 to 96. OLD LADY FELL DOWNSTAIRS Snowftake, Feb. Robert Neil, wife of one of the pioneers of this district, fell Suriday morning head GOVERNMENT IS BOOMED To Un- ionist Dubious London, Feb. oo the unexpected collapse In the House of Commons yesterday of the debate with the conclusion of Redmond's speech, ihe Unionist morning papers predict that the new parliament will be so short lived as to be practically still-born. The Morning Post bids Mr. Balfour, be prepared to take office at any mo- ment. The Telegraph says: "After this astonishing prelude it vould be folly even to conjecture what may happen next. The fiasco is more complete than any Unionist had dared to con- Skin Diseases aame such troubles MfcjBim, Ecaatna, Tetter, Pteriaatt, Scurf, Itching BruptittML in- Bkia A rule, BO) Aaafarwv, but are uaiifhUy, M4 aftea Urribly anjeoyiQj to the MI- iMay; depend mainly en bad blood fmi another, for if titt blood b >MM and circulation food WMM can except ii anM from lack PMpor wr frea eoatafioa. rid of skin diaaaaat it it Mceaeary obeerve itricUy all the of health, OUR LETTER pura vhieh y taking Burdoek Btood Bitten, all the and new rkh blood by acting oa the first down a full length of stairs, ceive." striking on the side of her head and neck. At first it was thought the House iAiirniirt if pip! the neck was boken which proved not the case, but as Mrs: Nell is nearly sixty years of age It gave her a shak- ing up and will lay her up for some time. Earl Hanford, the two year 'old son of Isaac Hacford, drank some forma- line and it was some time before the doctor could bet an emetic to work and his life -was in a dangerous con- dition for several hours. The Radical Morning Leader says: of Commons ad- it .was clear that the life of the government hung on a thread and that the decision to prolong it would be a matter of hours." The Daily News complains 'bitterly of Premier Asquith's ambiguity in the matter of guarantees and declares that the situation is perilous. Aid. Drouln was elected mayor of Quebec yesterday over Senator Cho- quette. Mm. E. 1C. Ifyera, Jaddore, fr.S., doa't 4- Salt Rheum think then it amyoat in Dominion CAD recommend Burdock Blood Bitten more thaa I eaa. I luffef- 4- 444444 tenfery with Salt Rkeum for nx yetrt, u4 did everything for it without relief. For evrioeity take I bought ux bottles et k Bloed Bitten, and it completely I veuld othen U _ 1W ttk by deelem. The T. Milbun Limited, The H. A. McKillop Company GROCERIES We furnish your table complete at the lowest possible prices, consistent with good goods. Note the following St, Charles cream, per Eeindeer.Milk, per can.........................12 l-2c Corn, per can lOc Peas............................ lOc and 12 l-2c Tomatoes, per 12 i-2e Peaches, per can..................................20c Cherries, per can.................................20c Strawberries, per can............................. 20c Baspherries, per can .20c Pineapples, per tin..................... .12 1-2 c to 20e CEREALS Corn .lOc Puffed Bice...................................12 l-2c Quaker Oats.....................................15c Carnation Wheat Makes, 5 Ih. pkg. .50c Postum Cereal, .25c Cream Wheat, 2 for...............................45c Shredded Wheat...................... PROVISIONS Bacon Ontario Cheese, 2 Ibs for.......................... 35c jMcLaren's Imperial Cheese......Small 35c; Medium 60c Cold storage eggs, per dozen.......................30c Fresh eggs, direct from ranch, per .45c -B. C. Spuds just received, COFFEES Barrington Hall ............___.................45c Siesta .............'.............................45c Valpra 45c Chase Sanhorivs .40c Gold Standard ___......................'..___. .40c Old Holland .25c We guarantee this brand. Ibs of this coffee sold since July _ CHRISTIE'S SODAS 2 Ib. card hoard 2 Ib. tin........................................30c 2 1-2 Ib. A complete line of Christie's fancy.biscuits at........25e TEA Blue Gold Salada 40r Lock Brand...............................-.......50c Our Special Tea, in 3 Ib. We carry a complete line of crockery and fancy China and cordialty invite the public to call and inspect this line and get prices. We have due to arrive March 10 a now ,line of Limoges China that has never been shown in this city Freight paid on all out of town orders H. A. McKillop Company GROCERIES P.O. Box 127 Phone 46 WILL OPPOSE LORD >S REFORM Union., Leader Makes a Statment to His Fol- lowers London, Feb. speaking at a luncheon-given by constitutional- ists to-day to new Unionist members of the House of Commons, said he did not propose to throw unnecessary dif- ficulties in the way of dealing with im- pending government problems of fin- ance. But, he added, when they came to larger problems in which parties di- vide on matters of principle, there BUILDERS' EXCHANGE VS. UNION- ISM Editor Herald: Dear is uu argument of a capitalist and a real estate man why a man should not get higher wages has been paid in the-past year, as It Is sufficient to support a family on. He also says this Is about as cheap as the average man of a family of five cau live so here goes: Per Mnoth Groceries.....................120.00 Butcher......................'. 10.00 Baker 4.00 Coal.......................... 5.00 Light..............'........... 1-50 Water......................... 1. Rent for a 5-room cottage...... 15.00 Clothing, boots and shoes, hats, glov.es, etc.................... 20.00 Druggist bill................... 2.00 Doctor bill, an average for five years....................... 2.00 incidentals.................... 5.00 He also admits, a laborer at 25c. per hour .and 10 hour day, 26 days in each mouth; is a total of ?C5.50, aud that he svill not average more than eight months in each year, which, is the magnificent sum of and it costs twelve times to live, 91032.00. less 1524 leaves a debt of and he admits this is a very liberal estimate. Now according to his own figures 'this man must live on just one half of what'he really ought to have We will take the average carpenter 45c per hour, nine hour day, twenty six days in each month, which is per month, eight months in each year, full time mind you, 1 ?842.40. Expenses of living, pe month, 11032, leaving a debt of which is very near 20 per cent of wha it costs to live. Therefore a cavpen ter ought to get 20 per cent, more tnan he has been getting, to break even for the year. 20 per cent! of 45c per hour is 9c. or 54 cents per hour. Now, in the start of this argument 45 cents was a Milk Chocolate Stick, Medallions, Cro- quettes, Cream Bars etc. are truly delicious. For sale by all dealers from Coast to Coast i THC COWAN CO. LIMITCO, TOHONTO. Tf Have been'the (Leading Ligal Canada. Progressive activity and .materials, have evolved from the slow burning Sulphur Match the perfect up-to-date EDDY "SILENT" PALOR MATCH Why use an inferior Match? Use Eddy's Matches Always and Everywhere. We have been making Eddy; Matches-at Hull ever since Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-One L B. Eddy Coy Ltd. Hull, Canada Herald Patterns tJUuiu UWl agreement. In regard to the budget and rights of the Lords, Balfour said: "Inere would be a fundamental and vi- tal difference between Uninonists and the government." London, Feb. to a let-' ter written to a friend by John Red- mond, the Irish Nationalist leader does not like the present political situation. It is a most serious one, he said, for if we make one false move, means our ruin. or o------ ottlUC mill H.Q- 1 mits by his own argument and figures CINCINNATI CONFERENCE Luat the carpenter must get 54 cents per hour for an 8 hour day to keep out of debt. He also admits to me in "presence of witness' that the laboring man and mechanic must have a raise in wages to keep out of debt. Citizens of Lethbridge must stop and figure out for themselves how much a man must earn per day to pay his debts, before They say he is gating too much for his labor. Every has gone thorough- ly into tiiis matter before they asked for a raise in pay. Does not every busi- man figure a profit "on the goods WU1 Be Called to Consid- er Renewal of Joint Conference PLttsburg, Feb. T. L Lewis has notified the district offi- cial of 'the United Mine Workers of the central competitive field to meet in Cincinnati to-morrow to consider a call for a new conference or a renewal of the joint conference that disbanded at Toledo. The Conference brings togeth- er .the traders from Ohio, Indiana; and possibly Illinois Lewis has been working in Illinois among the operators there and has made sufficient p'rogress to cause him to believe that the operators of tha state will recede to their former posi tion and attend the joint meeting when it is called. Lewis is expected in Pittsburg to-day It is likely that oper .ators will be present at the conferenc iu Cincinnati as spectators to learn what the mine worker's leader has ac complished. MISSING TUG NINA REPORTED DISCOVERED Newport, Va., Feb. ed at Fort Munro that the ralssln naval tug Nine has foeen found on the coast of Virginia, where she was drlv en by the severe storm 'which it was thought sent her 'to the bottom of the Atlantic. Certainly; therefore man and mechanic he has to sell? ive the laboring le same privilege the merchant has, nd not say -that he is getting enough as it is unless you are prepared to rove your statement by figures and acts. The average man is generally too usy with his private-afairs to think of :is neighbor, therefore, do not con demn him and his demands unless you lave given them a careful considera ion beforehand. If a strike or lockout should be declared how will the busi 1892 LADIES' BLOUSE DRESSING-SACK Paris Pattern No. 1892 All Seams Allowed This dainty dressing-sack made of white cashmere, with its round turn- down collar scaloped and embroidered by hand, answers all requirements for a negligee jacket that is both becoming and comfortable. There is a slight blouse directly at the centre-front, and the peplum, with an inverted plait at the center-back, is set on under the ribbon run beading. The pattern is in seven to 44 inches bust mea- sure. For 36 bust the sack requires 4 1-4 yards of material 20 inches wide 21-2 yards 36 inches wide; 15-8 yards of beading, 11-4 yards of wide ribbon and 3 yards of narow ribbon to trim. ECHOES OF THE EASTER SEASON er liie Eascer Wedding Bells. Let us cater to your wants and supply you with Wedding Cake that has a reputation for being RICH, FINE AND FRUITY arid altogether delicious. Special at- tention given to the icing and orna.- mentation. City Bakery PHONE 1181 muslin, as China, taffetta or surah silkr satin or messaline, embroidered with mercerized cotton or silk floss in. French embroidery. If preferred, the leaves may be worked solid and the wheat heads in eyelet embroidery which would be most effective and colors used, if desired; though, all whiteja more stylish. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. Had Weak Kidneys For Two Years. u KUMj Pllla Him- Mr. Edmund Awrit.. New "I feel it my duty let you know of the peat curt I hart by Busing Eton's Kidney Ptlb. I WM troubled with my kidneyi for two yean. I tried doctor, but he failed to help me. I read in the B.B.B. Almanae about Kidney began ness man come out? Then you can h Lethbridge grow. How? Small-i ar, of course. I want to see Lethbridge row greater and I want to see it grow out of the sweat and blood of the poor man and laborer. Try and keep the men at work, do not block the wheels of progress, boost for the hard working, boost for the unions. Mr. Business Man.what did you organize your protective associa- tion for the other day? If it was not for the same cause that the labor un- ions were started then you also did a very great wrong and injustice to your fellow man. We want every man to carefully consider every that is made by this contemplated or- ganization, the' Builders' Exchange, and ask yourselves the question, is the and do not take any of their answers for facts but form your own conclusions. There are a few more questions to ask, How did Edmonton, Regina, Bran- don, Winnipeg, Toronto and many oth- er cities of Canada profit by this or- ganization? Why in strikes, lockouts, etc., of course; and there is an old say- ing, that history repeats itself. This kind of history is a disgrace and dis- honor. Do not let the other cities point their finger at Lethbridge and say, take your medicine, old man, tiad to swallow ours, but it was very bitter. They will try to sugar coat our pill but it -wiil make you Very sick just the same. A UNION MAN. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. them, after the first box began to better. I only used four boxei aad they completely cured roe. I am Tery thtakful to have found so speedy a cure, and would advise everyone suffering from kidney disease to try them." Perhaps no other -work tfaaa the kidneys to preserve health of the body and moet troubled with kind at Kidney Complaint, but do not rwpect it. It may been in the iyatem for tome There may have been backache, of the feet and of the urinary organs, brick deposit ia the urine, hWitr colored, or doudy urine, bladder paina, frequent er wppreseed urination, buruM when urinatinf. ete. Do: not. any of these fymptome. for jf neglected thoy will eventually lead to Bntht78 D19eaae, Dropsy and Fnce 50 per box. or 3 boxes for II.2o at aU or The T. MUbun Limited, Toronto. ordertnf tpedfy FIRE SWEPT BUSINESS SECTION OF CORNELL Rochester, N. Y.; Feb. swept through the business section of Cornell early today, causing a loss o more than The.fire started in the Wooster Macy. Co., a large de- partment store, and entirely destroyed It and the block it occupied. Th flames spread to Seneca street and destroyed the Rewalt block, a tene- ment structure, driving out a dozen families. For a time a large part o street was threatened. The losses are: Wooster Macy Co., ,dry goods, Holland and Co., drug gists. Schaumbey and Sons shoe dealers, Tattle and Scar les, grocers, Win. Nicnolson C. O. Ross, Wm. Rewalt, Bnrdett toy store, th Oddfellows, Dunning Insurance Co and Shulz and Mahoney, hardwar were also losers. Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8076 Design of wheat to be transeferred o a shirt-waist of French batiste, linen or cotton-lawn nainsook, organdie or TWENTY THOUSAND SUOAR CANE CUTTERS Are pbt on Have Been Called to Deal With Situation Point A'Pitre, Guadeloupe, Feb. 22. thousand sugar cane cutters have gone on strike here and all agri- cultural work has "been stopped. The situation is serious as the troopa and the police are insufficient to preserve order among the strikers. The trouble two daya ago wheu men went on strike and set fltt to five of the estates on which they have been employed. Troops were sent to the scene and restored the peace but the danger was renewed and the strike has become general. The strikers have refused to accept an offer o? an. increase of 33 per cent in their wages. We arc offering for ONE WEEK ONLY _ A Big Discount on all Easy Chairs and Rockers We have a large assortment to choose from andjill these goods are in first class epc dition. Gall and inspect our stock earing, iind get the henefit of the finest line of these, vroods in the city. Our Prices are Always the Lowest I of the Lowest The Standard Furniture Co. Successors to THE WHITE FUBNITURE 324CrabbSt. Opp. the Herald 3' Doors south of the Bank of Montreal ;