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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, February 25, 1013 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Dr, Price's Gream Baking Powder is fr6e from alurn and linie, phosphates,^ ^^^^^1^^ from grai^e Cream of tartar and absdlutely pure. Its use is a safeguard to health, for it actually aids digestion, ahd relieves from ^ all anxiety as to the wholesorheness of the food. On the other hand each attempted imposition I an alum baking powder upon the consumer is covertjattack upbn the heakh of the family. Of lurse^ no grocer would knowingly sell injurious to his customers; but he has himself been o^ceived as to the true character of the chfeap WiWders by their manufacturers. Forews^rned, and solicitous for the health of , her family, the housewife will be influenced to a ' constant watchfulness and a stubborn resistance against the danger. . . Baking Powders sold at a lower price than Pr, Price's are almost invariably! made from alum, and therefore in-. ferior, and prejudicial to health. s OLD POBT lilKELY TO. BE SCENE OF ACTIVITY IN DAYS TO COME New Westminstar, Feb. 20An old port is rapidly becoming a. now one on the Paoiflc Coast of British Ool-umbia where Now. Westsniiflter is �talcing rapid' steps to provide an up-to-date harboi; on the great Fraser river,'Vast developments are expected by the ccitlzons ol this ,town ito follow the.' openlug;ot,:the Panama' Canal and they are determined to bo readyfor the oxpeo'tod trade.. A New Westmiaster Harbor mission bill, has just been . (through the HouBe of Commons ; at Ottawa), and an oi^derrin-oounoil, (^rant-i ing the city the foreshore rights necessary for the; extension of .Front street and the building of an un-:brolcen municipal quayt over a.distance of a mile and a half' has also been passed. Five hundred thousand dollars ;ire made available by ia-^ay-law voted last year to begin the Work of .harbor, construction as soon as .men. and .machinery can be obtained. This is not all, for a comprehensive scheme to' be'carried out iby the harbor commissionhas already ,been drawn up "by tUis energetic oity to provide ibe finest fresh water iacili'-ties on the. Pacific Coast. The 'Canadian Northern Pacific, Canada's second great transcontinental railway, will' ruAv through Port. Mann on the south bank of the Fra-ser.'.river tovNew.Westminster on the-i nortli baaik, whence' it 'will branch to Stevcston at the.-mouth of the Fraser river and Vancouver on Burrard Inlet. Thlis tAe shipping of the Canadian Northern ^ railway will.be done from the Fraser river and it is not surprising to learn'"that $5,000,000 will be only a Paft of'the money to be spent at^Port Mann, while $3,000,-000 have been set! a^lde for the C.N. freight yards on the American continent at Coquitlmn at the junotioa of the Pitt and Fraser rivers, ton miles above New. Westminster. EY IS SCARCE; ARDOR IS GREAT GRAHAME WHITE ANXIOUS TO CROSS ATLANTIC IF MONEY IS FO�THC0MING R. terminals at New Westminster it^ self. At the same time the Canadian Pacific railway is building the finest London, Feb. 24.-The aeroplane exhibition at Olympia last week failed to attract much. public support, and complaints are heard that the British Aeroplane aeeoclatlon is becoming awake to the situation in which it Com-1 finds Itself. One leading exhibitor at. the show was Claude Graham White, who said: "Our trans-Atlantic flight is now contingent of the fact of. the |250,000 ireQuired being raised. We havc $50,-000, most of'which is American money, including Otto Kahn's $15,000.. > "There are absolutely'no real ditfi-oulties' to the flightr A maohlne of the necessary siz�, ,with;engine of sufficient power, is easily built, and iin the event of accident ^we would '.b� able to descend to the waier^ and make repair's.. > : � " �  VI propose to take,' in making ,the trip, from thirty, to.fifty hours.' -My idea is the.formation of a':conipaii3r> 'With one, dollar shares, polptinjjtvout to the puiblio that they areFafile Jtp. assist In effective-hiBtofy.makiijg;'":' "Naturally therp is somethlHg.; big about; the whole scheme; ;;:.Iihav� told all those eubscrlbing;that" they are. as-slBtlng in a acientlfle ventui'8..'.i;talte their mon ey only on"^ho8e.terniB.';, "It is possible that they' will not get on� cent^back. On thetother hand It successful, i'.vaB:'I;.,.beili^V'eSfiwe shall be, w.e shall have,� t'^enjjheiopportunity of. exhibiting, the Aeroplane at the San Francisco expoBitloh'-jii:: 1915." , ; Mr. Graham'.White la.ipessimis tic on the'^ progress of th�.'construction of the'aeToplanein';Bnglan'd^^^^.H^ said:, � "We are' unabl Cereal, Elk Point, Cecme, Bassano^ Saskatoon Lake: and Beaveri Lodge, Peaofr Hlver; Goipher Head,' Bdgerton,.Spirit-River, Lesser Slavc Lake, Chinook,; Wamet^^ Gadsby, Airdrie and Strathmore. PfiEMIERBPENIS � GUEST AT AtBANY Albany, N.Y.; Feb. 23.^-GovCTnois and Mrs,. .'Sulzer entertained at" dinner tonight i?i honor of Premier >Bor-. den, of Canada. .Other guests inolu'd-i ed L. K. Jones, deputy minister' of Ca-; nadian railways; Lteut.-GoverncT and Mrs. Martin H. Glynn, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Von Mayhoff, of New York.-, Mr. and Mrs. Borden are guests at the.'executive.inansion... They attended Bc:;vlces today at the^ First P^esby., terlaq Church, The Premier will'speak at a dinner at the University Club at Albany,' after' .whlcb. he; will .return, .to.; OttaVa.: He,.saldf toStfy, hfritiejii^*^^^ jthe peopie ot',Ganaqa:W'0'uldfi?o't change tbeir'.op* Inion of 'reotproqlty.  Because they had resided in Canada only nine months, Mr. and Mr^. John N. Willey, an English couple en roi^te to New York to catch a^ bhlp fqx' Sputhiimpton/'were turned'_ba(fk' NEW DEDICATORY SERVICE PLANNED MAYOR OF SPOKANE V/ILL LET PEOPLE SEE THEIR SERVANTS AT WORK Spoka^ie, Feb. 23.-A dedication withouli'a speech is the radical form of cerepiony choseh by Mayor William J. Hindiey for the formal opening of SppKane's U'BW city hal!. Moreover, the mayor proposes to set an example of Unparalleled industry by having every, city .official and employee at woi^; during the housewarming, just a8if;nc>fhing out of the ordinary were, going on. He says: "l/Ct the people see the city government at work, and 9Pei^'6Vj^y room in the building, from cellar to garret. I think a dedication of this'kind, held at night, when all can attend, will give much better satisfaction than-the ordinary kind, with hot air, fed tape and solemn faces. If a citizen wants to visit the new city hall'that night and pay 'water rent, Settle for a dog license, get vaccinat-Sed, take out a blasting permit, or pay for all electrical or building inspection let him do it. That is what we are paid for. When the ship of state is in''full swing the taxpayers can get an idea of what they receive for their money." The dedication will be held early ill May. CMTON BUSINESS MEN DOING ILL South Town Is Live Commercial Centre-Boom is Looked For ERS PLEASED OVER PROSPECTS GOVERNMENT POLICY ON ELEVA TORS RIGHT SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM Bingen.yFeb. 20.-Mr. Quinsey, the organizer of the U. F. A., has been visiting here. : A meeting to organize a local between the Chin and Kipp Coulees was a success' and was held at 'the Intervale: School, township 6 range 10. 'Mr. .Quinsey was well received here and spolfe upon the elevator queBtion and the'remedy that the U. F. A. has for ;the Alberta elevator trust. He also urged. organization of the farmers in.; thid locality and gave out the announcement that the Alberta gov ernment would gu^antee the bonds of the U.F. A. for. the purpose of build ing, elevators up to 58 per cent. This point was received with great enthusiasm. Many questions were asked eon oerning the 'working of the proposed elevators and after' everything was thoroughly threshed out keen satisfaction Was dispia:^ed by those pres ent . 1 , 'Keen inteTest was taken in the elec-11^ of officers and of the naming of the local, It was finally decided to call the local the Weybrldge local, and James Thomson was elected presl dent;. John Stewart, vice presid'cnt, an'd A. L. � Hoer secretary-treasurer. .The..meetings will be held every first Saturday of the month, the next^ one'being M'arch 1st at 7 o'clock. All hew inembers are cordially invited, and "We intend 'to make this the best local In Soutliern Aiberrta.- TWO WOMEN TESTIFY WhatLyaiaE.Pinkham'�Veg. ' etable Compound Did F'or - Their Health-^Their own Statements Follow. Haliburton, P.E.I.:-"I had a doctor examine me and he eaidsl had falling of the womb; so I have beein itakingLydj^ E;. Pinkham's Vegotab le. Compound. anci t has done .me a lot of .good. All the jeaTlng-^lqwn pains have vanished., i have gkined ten pounds in weight; the dischargeis all gone, and I feel better than!! have j^or a longtime: ' I think Miy woman is >'foolish to suffer aa I did for th^ salile of a few dollars: ; You' 6an use myJetter as a testimonial: 'Itmay encourageoth'er poor women iwhosuffejcBsI did to use your Vegetable Compound:" - Mrs:; Geo; Golucutt, Haliburtoii, Lot 7, P.E.I. Kead What This Woman Says: NewMoorefield, Ohio.-"I take great pleasure in tbabking you for:what your VegetableCompound b'asiaone'if^rme, 1 had; bearing' down 'WealcrsJhadipiiM loweriMcfi could �,�^f^��|i|onvroy5^^ IwigienOughi^ a ineal.' As long as I laid on my back 1 would.'feel better, but whe?j I would ae on the rink is unfit for skating and will probably not be in shape again this winter. Cardston sporting public did not seem to appreciate the effort of Mr. Low in providing amuse-ment for the winter evenings^ When he went into the scheme it was not with the intention of malting a lot of money, but more for the purpose of providing sport for Cardston's young people. He went to considerable outlay in equipping the rlnlc with the necessary appliances for sprinkling and keeping the Ice in'shape, and for the greater part of the season the ice was in good condition. The ventuTe has not been, a success financially. The/ weather most of the season was good but the people did not turn out. It is to be hoped that the experience of Mr. Low will not deter him or someone else from venturing again next season. That. Cardston's merchants are doing some business may be gathered from the fact that a well known business man of the town speaking to the Herald'on Saturday last said that he believed that in the .past year, during which all the stores had a special clearing/sale, that several thousaiid dollars worth of goods were sold for .cash. The sale wag a cash one and a purohaEer had to have the money in order to do business. Another salesman informed the Herald on the same day that the stock in his establishment was $10,000 lower than It bad eve-r been before and that a great deal of stuff had been sold. He too emphasized that the sales durlhg: the week were cash sales. It gtfes to prove the prosperity of Cardston district when cash running, into several thousand' dollars' can be dugijiip at this season of the year. . .' There, is a rumor afloat that the: Presbyterian church is to be moyed to. a more central location. .A meeting called for, Friday night of last week was poorly attended on account of the snow and was postponed to la,st night: The subject was to have been discussed at that meeting but the soribe'v was. unable to find out wliat had been done.at the time of writing. The present. properly of the church is: an.''exoelle'nt. one and part of;It will: probably be sold in order to flnance; the cofet:of moving. It is also: rumored that an.addition is to be;made to; the building to provide, better Sunday school; facilities; Those agitating for the grouping .of; several school 'dismcts' for. technical work -are still ,/busy. 'The latest news re^rding: the matter is that Etna; Kimball; Taylorville, Jefferson- and Wooltord districts, will: be) asked to, make: another group. A meeting for tie^^jto establlsbJ-the temple at'this Fof Sale by GEO. KERR & CO. - Lethbridge. of a much larger town than, 150O peo-pl.e on Saturday last. There was no meeting of any kiud in town and nothing more than usual to bring people in from the C9�intry. .N'otwithstanding this at several times during the day every available stall in tlie livery barns waw full and every post on the main street in the business portion of the town bad some kind of vehicle and horse tied to it. And. the stores 'were doing business. Clerks were rushed so that they were glad of the rest .'when ciosing time came. It's hard to beat Cardston as a business town right now. Word has been received from Raymond that Dr. J. S. Wray had taken over the medical practice of Dr. P; A.Keillor. Dr. Wray is well known at Cardston where he has visited on severs loccasions in consultation with Dr. Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. W. McD. Tait are this week at Macleod attending.a meeting of the Presbytery of Macleod of which, the Cardston charge is a part. Mr,. Tait will return Thursday night; Dt. J. E. Amos was a business visitor to Medicine Hat last week,.returning Saturday ijight. The doctor re- porty the Hat busy but the town was Buf'ering from an overdose of snow 8UCU as Is not often experienced in that country. Thi^ hundred and twenty-lirst quorum oP tieventies is unusually active this st-ason. As well as having some six me,� in the foreign field the four -men who went from Cardt'ton to Cal-" gary as missionaries we.Te selected' from this quorum of which J. P. Low is president, Word received from th(i special corps of four missionaries, who - left' : for Calgary the middle of: las't.week. reports that they have btien. kindly. . received in the -oenlral-Wberta.'oity; arfd they have. good-hopes fchat.a>,:: church will be establiahed in , th-^' � spring. President Wood 'will make a visit to Salt Lake City next month in con-:: neotion with the building of the new,.; temple. It is the intention: of those?s at the helm of the building to begin; operations as soon as the snow clears !.; and the frost comes- out of the gp'ouridi'.'; A considerable excavation, will require/"; to be made and a high ftfijndatlon'will, be built. ' ' , , li^lHIMiKilMM Do you judge cocoa by its color ? Much of tKe'.cocoa sold in Canada today Las a , darker color than-Lowney's. ' r>.' ' ,  The very dark cocoas are nearly always produced by^'an aUcali.process. A leading .'English authority on the < action of drugs says .this about alkali cocoas: "The sustained administration of alkalis and dieir carboiiatesTehdeil^^'the blood poorer in-solids and in red corpuscles and itnpairs the nutrition of the body." . . ' * i ' ^_, ,, , ' ' Lowney's coldf'isjust the color of pure cocoa. Lowney's has no add^d'alkali,'starch or'other adulterants. , It is- produced in our spotless Monr , treal factory. No cocoa' can be purer. � " ' . ' "i" ' , -t' .� / The flavor is jFuIl, rich and delicious. Ijoymeya will show you how cocoa ought to taste. \, ' Your grocef.hasit , htins-lOc to 5pc sizes^'l 1/ ;