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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Thursday, February 5 o Lethbridge Furniture Company FORD STREET The Store You Hear Talked About" Bed Room and Dining Room Outfits on dupUy in our windows for this Bedroom Outfit 1 Dreuer and SUnd 1 Bed, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Spring, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Mattress, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Comforter, 4 ft. 6 in. 1 Quilt 1 pair of Curtains 1 Shade You will find our prices lower than any place else for this Beautiful Early [English Dining Room Outfit 1 Buffet 1 6 ft Extension Table ,1 China Cabinet 1 Set of Dining Chairs 1 Easy Chair This chair with the above outfit LITEHATURE OF AGE OF LOUIS XIV Professor Ken Delivered the Last Of His Series Of Lectures Professor Kerr delivered a lecture last night on the Literature of the Age of Louis the Fourteenth, notcd literary me and statesmen, of tke tune gatherec frequently to'talk'of matters literar and, artistic. It was here that Frenc prose received its precision aifii po ish. He referred to one of the novel of a lady writer of the time showin the triviality of thought that marke much of the conversation and writin i ni a orrt.ain (Mass 'this These salons soon spread all over "ranee and became ia the eighteenth entury centres of political as well as ocial importance. The class distinction became so narked that a number of persons af- ected a vocabulary distinct from or- dinary usage in the matter of nain- njj; the most common of articles even. Reference was made to the litera- ture born in the salon. Among the writers the two noted were Laroch- bouquot and Pascal. The former he OE MATIN MAKES DEMAND 'hat Government Force Veto Bill Through The Lords London, Feb. the Commons oe Martin caught the eye of the peaker late last night and in his jK'ech maintained that the only rea- onable interpretation to put- on the imk'f's pledge'nude in Albert Hall was that he would King for a guarantee to create if need be a uflicient number of new peers to orce veto bill through the Lords. They had a right to so construe the dodge and it was no explanation to that what Mr. Asquith had in mind was an act of parliament. STo subsequent explanation, though eu in perfect good faith, could off- jet the original statement. The go- ernment would put him in false po- sition if they called on him to sup- teMMktaf wiM U4 to i iBitefetefw tanw. Kmrr rite JH 4nttlur to Ttwntrnl M Ctnpaiy, a proposition of that kind. He appealed to the government not to destroy the great power placed in their hands simply h'ecause of uny ear of approaching his majority in SUSPECTS WERE RELEASED At Evidence Forthcoming Against Them Fernit, Feb. and Talbot. the two men arrested at Michel'' on suspicion of complicity in the Coal order to obtain necessar-y assurances. The Chronicle's parliamentary cor-j Crcek hold'uP ot Saturday night were released to-day, as no against them was forthcoming. respondent refers to the extremely able speecii of Martin who spoke with trenchant power; but in a tone of voice louder than is usually heard innTEN QQLLAR HOGS the Commons. A French oil well, which reaches a depth of feet is said to be the deepest 'bore into the earth for trial ourposes. Buffalo, HAVE ARRIVED 'J10.00 bog readlied Buffalo today and medium selling at stock yards 'for and 110.05. SUNLIGHT SuoUfht to tato the borne. For cicaaslif metal-work, woodwork, the aMftt ocoBona 4- 4- termed "a living incarnation of the spirit of Hamlet, a man whom cir- cumstances had forced into a life of activity for -which, he was unsuited." His work consisted mainly m manufacture of aphorisms. -Pascal lie termed one of the great- est geniuses of modern times as far as mere intellect goes. Mathematics and science had absorbed 'the earlier part of his life but later he had de- would anus be protected. Voted his time to works of areligious Other provinces could be fooled usual, ibut Dr. Edwards recognized in the French Canadians an intelligent and energetic section of the people. The debate was adjourned by C. J. Doherty, of Stanns, Montreal, any to point a finger at Quebec and say that Chat province was disloyal. The Tmenvber from Frontenac was pre- of the upper house Lord Rosebery gave notice ithat he would move on March 14th !that the house resolve itself imo a. pared to give evidence that "there was committee of fine whole tto consider an anti-British sentiment in that pro- j.tne means'of reforming the ex- vince. He would place that organization as to constitute where it really belonged. The policy] j.self a atrong and efficient second ot" separation from the empire had Deliberately 8hot Down Two Young Men New York, >Vb. bee and Leslie Lord, two Yale graduates and socially pTotiiiftehi in New Jersey were wantonly shot down and probably fatally toriay by an infuriated negro in the {.-noting car of a Jersey Central 'into in which they were ritlin r to ihc.ir homes in Newark. Accompanying Higbee and Lord were Gale Young of New York and his cousin Roger Young of Friday and Saturday price per yard Scotch Zephers, Ginghams SUM! ChShibrays, Regular 15c Goods Friday Saturday Only lie often proves dangarous. The safest preached in Quebec. Public way is to keep (Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house, and at the first indication of croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to take and always cures. Sold by all druggists. Silent Salesmen Showcases are indispensable in a retnii store. Our prices place high grade salesmen within reach of all. Ask for eataloguo. THE D. .R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WJIELEX Box 687 Lcthbridqe, Alta. money had been utilized for books to foster the feeling and it was preach-! ed not only on the platform but in sub- sidized books. r Mr. Roy, Dorchester: Was there any i harm done? Dr. Edwards: The wrong doing is the preaching of the doctrine of sep- aration from the empire. Dr. Boland j asked if Mr. Edwards was aware that; .Mercier got for the English- province of Ontario., when Toronto, (university was destroyed by fire. Dr. Edwards replied that he did not j know anything about thatt. He knew; Ihowever that Mercier had preached j sedition and treason. While he was dealing with the past I utterances of Sir Wilfrid Laurier in favor of an independent Canada, Dr. Edwards was interrupted by Dr. Pau- per of who asked: "Aro the French Canadians today not loyal to the British Dr. Edwards' replied that he hart said noMiinsr that would cast any re- t'.eofion? of Mie loyalty of the people or rhai province and ho declined TO permit any member, no matter on of the house he might sit, to pervert his language. He addocl jthat tho pooplf of Quebec had moro ?n jrrafff'.il for British diplo- ivacy in instirutions than any