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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta AUTA.; THURSOAYt JANUARY 21, I MM. Yiu CANT SLEEP. if nuny 4 man and woman toning night night upon a bed. do not close in the sweet and repose that comes to thoso whose tout tml are right. Some consti- tutional disturbance, or disease has 90 and irritated the nervous it cannot be quieted. Or you have, a sinking sensation, fading you are going to die; or perhaps, in your sleep feeling though about to chofce or smother, and you for the night. If you allow conditions to continue for a short period even, you will begin to feel your health declining. It is the nerves "and heart not acting rightly, and they can only be Kit right by the use of Milburn'g Heart ami Nerve Pills. They soon induce health- ful, refreshing sleep, not by deadening the but bv restoring them to healthv action. E. Nutt, St. Mary's, Ont.. I can gladlv recommend your Mzlburn's Heart and Jierve Pills as'l was greatly troubled with my nerves. 1 was so had I eoulAnot sleep at night without lamp ouminc, but after taking four boxes of the pills I became all right again." Price, 50 cents per box: :J boxes for f all dealers or The T. Milbuni Co. limited, Toronto, Out. l.._______________________________I CHINAMEN ALARMED. Winnipeg, Jan. again j reigns in a section of the Chinese j colony of the city. What is thought I to be another attempt at murder ha? been discovered, this time in the store of the China Company, on Main Street-" The Opposition h h In Favor Of Government Owner- ship the matter fully in a short time, Pork Packing Industry. The pork packing industry was also touched on. The Premier announced that the commission appointed had now seat report, and when it had been fully gone into the Govern- ment should fallow the snirye.stior.s of the The co-operative w.is Miggested. and the commission ydvised that when tiro farmers do their share the Government should do the rest. Government Owned Elevators. Government owned elevators was a question of serious consideration. Th District News Budgets RAYMOND i on the property of the new sower Ut'.yiuond. .Jan. 19. Willie Salmon. company at. Medicine Hut. oSovon. -Hod yesterday at 2 Mr> Huruskle disposed of his o'clock with rheumatism of benrt. iumbor yurrt u> Ulu Citizens Lumber lie has been sickly for a long time, I Compunv. Thi funeral service will he held thisjdoal wwk e.xpocts to closo the Ho hus nofc docidod questions involved weald probably re- quire ame'idments to North America Act, not the onlv British bv the 1-ldinonUm. Jan. Govern- ment is trying to do doo much." said Mr. Hiebert in the Legislature this afternoon, and appeared to be the tenor of the whole Opposition re- ply to tiie speech from the throne. The met at three, and after! a little routine matter had been dis-j posed of. Mr. Robertson, leader of! the Opposition, arose and addressed j members. The speech all through i Jir. ixutnertora expressed surprise savored stron-ly of bei-ig made the chance of Mr. rail- trom kicks registered by united j road policy. Last year he was all tanners during the recent session opening north., central and south- tr-.m The outset he wanted it L.ru Alberta. Xow he was a understood that the Opposition bold change ii his policy He was in full sympathy with the Work- j ?0iiiir further than Mr. Borden in ad- s Compensation Act. but they! vacating Government iifternoon. Invitations have been issued for the wtxkiine: of. Miss-.Lucia Seovil to Mr. 1 Will Zempe. tomorrow evening at the home of Miss Scovil. Mr. Zempc V buck "om spending his holidavs irom Logan. Utah, but has t ifijr his home in KnymonU, the past' few weeks. Miss Williams yet whether he will stay in Coaldnlo afterwards or not. Mr. .Miles, former elevator man here through- hero yesterday on his Tiie Canadian Real Mite and Mjustiiient Co, HEAD OFFICE-BRYAN BLOCK P.O. Box 387 Lethbridge, E. T. McGREGOR, MANAGER of Lay ton, Utah, is Dominion Parliament, but by tlu> Im-j visiting her uncle Mr. Ellison, perial Government.' However, they j Kaynioml, January even- will iro into the matter fullv nod rto-iin.s: a birthday variety upt to not many guests present, but a good I ;uul its time was spent by all. The evening- ivalizin was" spent in playing- games, after i the matter fully 'i-le what to do. A -hangs of Form. Mr. Kutherford expressed a birthday party was given by Mr. George I.aycock at his home, af- ter the M. I. A, meeting. There was SUNDIAL SmulUl. the are yet long and days chilly, and our people seek for amusement and h.-iv. fullv in entertainment, some are become weary of rural life usual" routine of duties, not perhaps that tlu's is a no seasonable time for pure, whole- A Good Appetite goes hand in hand with good health, provided you satisfy that appetite with nutrition.-? and easily digested baking. .We pride ourselves OH hav- ing attained our aim, viz.: to. turn out Bread and Pas- try that is both easily di- gested and nutritious. If you have not tested this it is worth tiie trial. THE CITY BAKERY FORD STREET .Near the New Fire Hall ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. tt which a dainty luncheon was served. pleasure than any other. While Those present were Misses Fern Redd. n'-' public meeting place or Pearl Lee. Lynn tfavies. Jessie Redd, circulating library, we can, by an Clara Anderson, .Messrs. Ira Harris. I exchange of books and papers, get -Charlie Fawns, and Jo.seph Hand-j much reading. Xow while the present Act as incomplete j aad operation of railroads His WV havt> thu luisure is the accepted and improvement. j parent anxiety for the fanners was wanu-d t.ie insurance the employ- j IKnv atld different from that of er ii he was to be made responsible! the fir.st session, when the question i of telophi.nes was being debated, it j Then he wanted to charge the fann- the city rates for when We Bay and Sell Farm Luas ari City Property Wt Write Life, Fire u4 Aeti- fat ItWMee ud CtHect Muey in uy part (be WwM GIVE US A CALL WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE Ctumon of Stirling Associate the mind with the for accidents of the employees. Acting on the supposition that necessaty for the fall thirty feet before getting _coui-j thl. Government was able to pensation. he entered upon a long! statement on the reform needed forj }ir. Robertson attempted this clause, only to be brought up; but all were ram Wins, and sympathetic qualities, -not to be de- fined, but moved by the incantations of nature. We are commanded by the living power which we feel to b-j there present. All these beauties and emblems, then, I look upon as bt-ing commandments of the Deity, and point us to His exerlasting throne. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Jones gave an ice supper to a few friends on Tuesda evenin. A very pleasant moving into Raymond today. They! and wisest men and women I time was enjoyed by all' present will live in the house recently occu- pied by Mr. and MJcs. Watt. charge replies, hc was the information that disconcerted by tiie speech of the Premier, who also touched on the private bills to be introduced and the sharp with such clau-se existed. This apparent ig lorniKV of the clauses of the Act cut short the comments, and dis-j intention of full discussion when the! missed tne subject with the hope that same were brought up. deficiencies so very apparent in th bill STIRLING Stirling, Jan. and Mrs. Hardy are holding a reception, at their residence this evening in honor of their son and his wife who have just returned from Salt Lake on their would be rectified before the ses- j was over. Mr. Hiebert, the Humorist. Mr. Hiebert took the floor after the Premier, and in turn slated every de- ele- n partment of the present Government. Government Owned Elevators. Regarding Government owned he expressed regret that had be from the throne.This question was of more moment to the farmers than anything. One of the principal notes i struck by the speech from the throne! T; V The Cross department wa tour. Mr. Irwin of the Masscy Karris Co. is in town today. John Suykcs has returned from Sfavely. lie has disposed of a tract of land which he owned up in that section. and ancient tunes, and if we read seriously, honestly, and studiously, not considering bow near- ly their views concur with our own, but to what depths we are able to trend with them into paths of deep and serious thought; and if we fol- low them diligently and patiently, step by step, they will soon lead us into a wider sight and a clearei con- ception than our own, and fathom for us souie- of tire most difficult truths, both divine and human, and we shall be able to pluck a few of the bright roses that ever bloom- in- in the depth of a character where tin? life-giving power which gives The Literary Society meets tonight, j them sustenance and growth are pres- speech was characteristic, and! An interesting- debate is on. The cap e-.it. and the general gain to your own IT A ._.i -ir-..._ character in power and precision will be quite incalculable. If further di- version you want, behold- the beau- te'-'us landscape in which you live, must amusement. Mr. Ruth-jcauls department was criticized on Peterson. Mr. E. Andersorr and Eric The subject is, "Resolved account of the school book contract that steam is more useful than elec- stopping the payment of bounty Dr. D. Woodcock was called to A. G. Bohlinger's on Thursday to see their little child, and reports a very- bad case of tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Gaddie drove to Lethbridge Saturday. Mr. Mandues Brathamar received quite an unexpected visitor on Tues- day last at 4 o'clock in the morning, when another batch dropped in on his way home from town. A bachelor's party was given at Mr Knut Sanders' Tuesday evening. REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. 2 LOTS McKILLOP Ellison Mill, 2 LOTS ON Wood Si. close in: ADDN., NEAR to school, 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St., mile from school, ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST Miss Manda .Engen home from Lethbridge is expected this week was railroads. There was no critieiz- but what Mr. Chas Watkins was in Warner with its broad and fertile plains its yesterday. He says that town is windin -rivers and the majestic old -.-nit-ic ami me majestic Old led for lorbiadiiig the Mounted Police Showing very fast... Many settlers are j Rockies, with their towering peaks in the distance, and consider that Life on the faiin is the happiest and best tutl illegal sale oi h- cormner in day or so. The Bel! company's piano tuners in its effort? so far as officially revealed to alleviate the dis-j railways were needed, and the Oppo-! sition not only appreciate the TJ' but was in full sympathy with the because it are m town a few days on business. did not give municipal institutions to Messrs. A. Os-tlund and Xels. Ely- rural districts. Mr. Hiebert also sion. have disposed of their beef cattle telephone business with- j at a good figure to P. Burns Co. It is generally felt in this commun- that JS high- time that wo have i ed influences of city life, Mr. Finlay was scored on account more efficient -telephone service, j temptations and vice abound. Stud- vicuiteu me leiepnone ousmess witn- i at ,ress the province m this respect. drawn from I ihe nonhern. southern and a -vil J J-tv t-rai poraons or tne province needed) v- i. _ of all, for here you are permitted to dwell in a pure atmosphere sur- rounded by nature in all its beauty, grandeur and loveliness, and above all you are away from the unhallow- where she has been for the last ten months. Mr .L. E. Moen-and Mr. Grumsrud went to Lethbridge Tuesday. Mr Moen expects fo stay a while if he can get a job. Mr. and Mrs. .A. G. Buhlinger and drove to Lethbridge Monday The baby has been very sick. SUNDIAL. in this respect, as the pres- of .superfluous weed inspectors. The phones can be installed to are a unit on the necessity ofi railroads for this he said, but the great question was now, shall we meet the issuer" I ies in nature afford many hours of ent facilities were inadequate railroad policy was also disapproved sustain a switchboard .-a the present instructive and silent joy; there is B. ;Fresh Oysters Favors Government Ownership. "i would glean that the Govern- ment intends to guarantee the bonds j oi the C.N.R..G.T.P., and possibly j-Bi11 others. If this be so, let ii-be under- stood right now that the members the Opposition stand for Government ownership and operation of railroads of, and'he advocated Government j time without difficulty. i beauty in the passing clouds, even" ia ownership. Mr. Hiebert's speech was j M. Spademan has taken a contract j their changing lines, when driven by well received. j to furnish some bushels of No. j a storm. I do not'look upon them u-heat for ROUT purposes to the as being self-existent, but they form a part of the retinue of God's SASKATCHEWAN RAILWAYS I Taylor Milling- Co to Guarantee Bonds Introduced, Has Been At the llterta Restaurant Shp) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 The Model Restaurant :to everybody by '._f Excellent Menu and ought to claim the patronage of all As it is run .on strictly union principles. Rooats ia Connection John Can PROPRIETOR j oi this province, and believe their! p-sition in the Dominion and the pro- vince unassailable." Mr. Robertson also .touched on the mineral and timber areas, producing figures and data showing the need of railroads to develop the unlimited wealth. The speech was applauded by ali die members. The Premier Replies. Mr. Rutherford evoked another Out- burst when he rose to reply. In an able, and finished speech the Pjreniir-r congratulated Mr. jRobertson on the more moderate tone used on i Regina, Jan. presenting the railway resolutions to the House this evening Mr. Calder, Minister of Rail- ways, dealt at length with the pro- positions, and outlined the history of Transportation facilities in Western Canada. The two .lines which would be built without Government assist- ance were the Canadian Pacific and the Great Northern, and every per- suasive effort of the Government j would be used to secure extensions i of the lines in the West. With re-! COALDALE Coaltiale, Jan. Ladies Aid j Society meet at the home of Mrs. Suggitt this afternoon, the next meet ing will be at the home of Mrs. Coke- lyY two weeks from today. George Heighes Jr. and his wife, of Iron Springs, are spending a few days with his parents here. and exhibit in. their transfiguration clear images of the splendor of an intellectual being, and are moved in conjunction with His unapparent periods of time. Everything in na- ture answers to, the being who gave existence, and if any phenomenon remains dart to us, it is because our minds are too inactive to observe it. Yet only by right living is the soul Cokely was in. Coleridge yes- susceptible to these enchantments of tcrday estimating the amount of clay nature. They are not superficial, but Editor Daily Herald: Dear would like to register a complaint on behalf of the farmers of this district with regard to the late dates at which we receive notices of doings in Lethbridge that, are of in- terest to the farmer. For example, I received today a notice of the Seed Fair, held on Saturday. This is a sample of how we learri of business holidays, and other events that we are interested in. Possibly the cause of this, to a great extent, is our miserable mail ser- vice. Our mail goes to Iron Springs on Saturdays, and is held there until the following Friday. Surely some- thing ought to be done to give us better mail facilities. We hope this suggestion as to length of notice we receive will, be accepted. "Tours, OF THE FARMERS. Sundial, Jan. 18, 1909. i 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORSANCE Ave., Cash and per month until paid for. Rents for per month. ALBION RIDGE NEWS. Eidge, Jan. annual meeting of the ratepayers of this school district was held on Friday last. Mr. Walter Daykin -svas elect- ed trustee, Mr. Al Welch, retiring. Mr. Daykin also acts as secretary- treasurer. It was decided to put in a cistern for drinking water at the oost of Mr. W. Northam had his foot pret- ty badly frosted driving to town last 'Wednesday. The chinook which arrived on Sun- day put new life into the country, but left the roads in very bad con- dition. Messrs. Bruce Wallace, Bert Pippard, and F. Carleton drove to town Monday morning, and found the road, in the .coulee especially, very rough and slippery. BIRTHS. Claresholm, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Payne, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, a boy. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated .teacher, William Shake- ipeare, will receive pupils in singing md voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc.0 For further, information address he Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. gurd to the other Canadian Northern and the Grand Trunk Pacific, however, it was ne- cessary to guarantee the bonds, and for this purpose the Government was ihis occasion than in past. "Hej introducing "the measures now before! .aid, taking the Opposition speech as the House, and carrying out its pre-j Section pledges. In regard to the i a excepting the observations on the railroad policy, one would al- fnture> hc said thcre were many other most consider ii an "address of ahines were urgently -needed, Government member. Mr. Robertson aad the Government would be ever hoped a new redistribution bill would keep the principle of representation by population in view, -and he assur- to the necessities of all dis- tricts. The plans for the next three years, during which, period the rail- j ed him this would be done. The Pre- i ;vays out.iined would be built, were jiiaer referred to the financial strin- j only Jimite-d by the facilities'" for con-i gency, which was now passing away, j struction. and predicted that the next tew years[ ir j 1 i Mr. Haultain made no criticism -of, would see an era of prosperitv never, K i the plans of tne Government beyond i reiterating the now threadbare argu- ment regarding the ownership of the Insurance. The Ha5 Regarding the n.'iiic.-. lie said ..during three years it was in -operation the Government had lost over. and if it was tampered with now a raise, in rates would be necessary. The majority of] Saskatchewan was in as good a posi- -fanners favor a raise, but consider tion to as it would the indemnity on some crops should 1 have been had the lands been handed be raised also. He promised to take ver the province at the time au- i tonomy was granted. i insurance ordi-j lands, und depicting what the eminent might have done in the way; of public ownership had these, been! given f.i" S tskatchewan. i Pi -ruier answer, said that! T H E Restaurant Board aadRoon 19 per Week Meals 25c SkortOrdert at all Hours AUo Feed Stable Fortf Street i- Rd. Your appetite will be cater- ed to at our C AFE Can yon think of anything not named in our Short Order List. Chow Sam Co. SHOW OtDKS AT ALL HOURS THE SALVATION ARMY. Local Salvationists are looking for- ward to exceptionally good times in the near future. The occasion is a special visit from Major and Mrs. Plant, from international headquar- ters, London, Eng. These comrades arc called the "musical and all who attend this series ofi meetings will be sure of a special j treat. "They have numberless instru- and are masters of each. The dates subjects Friday, Jan. at 8 I was wmcked on the coast of Nor- way." Saturday, Jan. 23. at 8 p.m., and! Sunday, 26th. at 11, 3 and Groat Salvation meetings. Abund- ance of first-class music. Monday, Jan. 25, at 8 musical meeting, entitled "Round the World in a Chariot of Music and Song." Admission 25c. to this meet- ing. Other meetings, just n' free will offering at each. All are welcome. ceum Mr. W. L. STEWART Presents THE STODDART STOCK COMPANY The Best Dramatic and Vaudeville Company Playing Canada Producing Plays of the Better Kind TONIGHT 1, ?5c, 50c and 25c Seati urn N We it the Ljop In Ifflte I ;