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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i W li. investment fact -New. British Columbia Lode Mines yielded ounces of gold in 1910, an increase of- about onnces over any previous year. The en- tire mineral production province, .was This estimate in the Toronto WILFRID GOT A FIVER ;rs of Farmer's Bank B 11s sued-Proceedings nvHou of Commons Ottawa, Jan. the llousq of Commons. M. German, asked tlio government it' the newspaper reports were true that provision was beiny made in'this session estimates .for starting the construction of the (Georgian Buy canal. Hon. G. P. Gra- ham said that no such estimates had been eonsidered-by the-cabinet. He said be would like to ace both the Geor- gian 13ay canal and the New Welland cannl started this year. Sir Wilfrid Lnuricr advised Mr. German wait until thc- supplementary estimates-are brought Jt is understood that the.minister of public works is pre- paring these estimates, but they will not be considered irr council until Hon. W. S. Fielding is prepared to take them Richard (Peel) started a hot debate b'y moving a vote of cens.ure on the government" for paying'as he a year rental for-; .a for the labor department, CURE YOURSELF RIGHT NGW MH "FRU1T4-TIVES" HERALD RAISED THE MOST MONEY Of Any Newspaper for the-Beilevue Relief Fund MAINTAIN THE BRITISH CONNECTION Rousing Address on Aim of "Overseas Club" by C. F. P. Conybeare inclosed Herewith please find list "ctweea 150 and .200 Britishers at- systeinof i ot subscriptions to LJellevue explosion tended the Overseas Club smoking Urea, remains in the body and is changed rellel fund up to Including ,Jan. j concert in tiie Caledonian hall last las. liurke, secretary of ihe Uelle- There is just one' thing that causes j vu? relief ruuct, writes the Herald us Acid iu the. blood, j rollow Uric Acid is formed when either the bowels, kidneys or skiu fail to rid the into ttric acid. It is this uric acid that poisons tlie'blood, inflames the newes, apd causes .Rheumatism, Sciatica and Ijuinbago. IJnunenLs and ordinarv rheinuatic re- medics won't cure Rheumatism, as none please you to know that riie Leth- of such preparations go to the very root bridge Herald Has been the means oil coilectiDS more money for the Globtj's I cost only Hon.'Wm. c sT--' i-Pug'sley doubted the accuracy of Mr. JO. ihe relief committee would night and there was cverv indication teem ;t a favor if you puonshed sunic in your valuable newspaper et your tnat lllev had a good time.. E. A. ariicst convenience.-_lt-will no doubt Cunningham was chairman and in op- ening thc meeting said that it was not now necessary to go into the.ou- any other newspaper which Ijucts of ihe club .as they bad already i nas opened its columns for suhsc-rip- frequently but that at later' mcet.ngs members would be asked to contribute .papers on j lions wbjch' afiect the" Empire. tuOO.OOj AIlef a bagpipe selection by J Horn, which transported one u- we will tell you why. by its action on bowels, kidneys and skin, prevents the Thanking you in anticipation audi formation of _ an excess of uric acid ,6 vou; klndrieSs in thc past. ITUu-a-tivc-s" causes thc bowels, lad- I W1 -u L tieys and sHn to throw off the of international head ollice, U. the bodyi.and thus keeps the blood W. of A. absolutely pure. If you have suffered with Rheumatism, W. B. SHERMAN, MANAGER'- PHONE and dread a return with the coming of cold weather, start in at once to take Friiit-a-tiyes" thus dofeRt your old enemy.' 500. a-box, o for Vial s'ze, At dealers or from i-'ruit-a- 5'M, U. M. of A. Leflibridge :V----- J. li. i-'ai'nier, Frank i'ev Ktv. T. D. Jones, Mr. A. 5U.CO 10.00 The progress o.i' gold .hung'-ia thi'S province for-the ptisfc-.-ton -years has- b cicn st c a d iifcivc.- fti 4 c o n s or v IRE -DESTROYED. DAISY'S If etui .Ofl'ie- IFotV. Lord Aylirier, late of, the Caruidian Militia. Queen's J3. P. Swed- licinr. Mine Chvuer, Bhunc's. 'figures and said the rental j Mvcs Limited. Ottawa. was not cxborbitant. The government sustained in the. division b'y a majority of 43. .lames' Conmee's bill providing for the'regulation of'the export-of elec- tricity.5 was laid over'to give the speak ev oriporluniiy to look into a point of order connected with it. Mr. Con- raee made a lengthy speech advocating his1 bill. The opposition took exception to Sir Frederick TJordeii's being in "his home county in Nova Scotia taking part in a bye-election campaign. But Sir Wilfrid said lie .was only doing his duty as an elector of -the county. Sir-Wilfrid reply a question by Dr. Schaffner, submitted correspendence concerning a present he got from General Manager Travers cf the Farmers'-Bank.. The correspon- dence was as follows: Faimcrs Bank of Canada, Toronto, January 1st, 1907 Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, G. C. G., Ottawa, ".Vjy Dear Sir take great pleasure, .in- enclosing: you the first bill ever issued by any. bank in Canada: "Please .'do' us the favor-'of aqcepting this, bill as, a souvenir .with compliments or the Farmers- Bank of Canada. Yo.urs W. -R. 'TRArVERS.; 4: -Stt-f. General Manager -replied, as follows: 2 'i ''.'Ottawa, Jan. 4th, Dear" Mr. your very kind favor of'1st inst. I fee Bf'( m T 1 j xutui ut .LOL LUC i ven-..much flattered .by. .the honor }'i I accept "-enclosed O.Tj-j. -th-osgreatest 'nleasure and' you wii M agctf J. T.' 'BelLy, grower. Nelson, B. Offlpmau, capitalist. Yan- oohver; E. B. McDermid. financial agent. Vancou- ver. iyivr; On JanuaiT 1st. this comnany took ihe ;issers and liabilities of Cough and Gu'ille: Thee- unrtners five years :ac- (V.sired and have successfully operated The Gi-auite-Poocmau .mining- proper- miles.-vrest of Nelson, f- the profits each year the part- improved the mine equipment and carried through u larse amount'of Stic-' cessj'v.1 development work. M. S. Davys, a well known and conservative {English mining ensineev, on July ISih that the net. value of ore blocked out was Since that tinie much additional oro has becn_un- covered, and in Ueccmlier an was made on a new and rich vein, the Greenhorn. Kootenay Jliries .Ltd.. was or- ganized oarly in December to provide capital miiinly to increase the capa- rityxof the mill, which piready operates 24 hours per day. Tho former owners take their entire equity In stock, and remain as jnanaccrs of the property they, have.go successfully operated. accept "enclosed -'pleasure and you wil -kindness if. you .presen my grateful appreciation to mem bers of your board. Believe me, dear Mr. Travers, Yours very sincerely, :WILFRID LAURIER As as result of a protest by John Herron, of Macleod, consideration o the bill t.o extend the time, for the construction of the Canada was by the rail way committee. Alex Smith, on behalf of the promoters, explained that the 'pro posed route was from Pincher Creel to the boundary via Kootenay Pass The .work has been delayed becaus of the death OE the Chief Enginee for the company. :Mr. Herron said that not mite' survey work had been done and tiu a new company bad been incorpor ated -by the Alberta Legislature t. construct a line over practically same route. Several members ob jccted because there was no ma showing the route and consideratio ras postponed. o One Living in it-Total Loss-Cause is a Mystery Kire last destroyed cor.iplete tne seven roomed house, near tiie old fair grounds, which belonged 10 irs. Daisy .Marun. The'brigade was called at S 5U but as therejs no connection there, .the hose could not used 'and the chemical was usedj to save thc other buildings By -tiie time tuey got tiiere.-rill .cnrm-', es of saving tiie building, which was rrame, were gone. L'ne origin or' the fire "is'a.'mystery. e owner, Mrs. .Martin.'has not liv- ed in it for several months. A Mrs.' uavy has since been living in it but i'er Kev. T. D. Jones, Mr. L. Mactior.ald fer Rev. T. D. Mr. M. Archer.................. t'er i'.ev. T. D. Mr. K. J. Hyde .....--.V........ SuDiicrjptioii list per Letu- Dridge' 1-lsrald A.-'O. Kev. lather Lajat, L-'rank... siancy Woods, H. A. diaries M. O'Brien, .VI.L-.A. K. Camr-hell, Macleod .Master H. Lami-bcil, .Macleod M. CamybeU, Macleod i'er Locals 102 and U. -M. W. ol A., Taber and Taber jeer llev. U. D. Mac- ieocl, .MacJeod a Valley Coal and. Coke Co. and employees .Micnel local union U. M. W. Of A..................... international oJilce U. M. W. of UiEtrict'iS Lr. M'' W'.'b'f.A..-.. C. .P. Hill, Hillcrest foul Crahan, Michel........ U. foweii to the Hielands 6' Scotland, a-song .by F.; Waddington, and n piano-solo by Mr. Builci, the chairman introduced C. F. P. Conybeare, President oi the j i Clubi as the.speaker of the evening. Mr. Conybeare: said "The'Overseas Club is already a large organv-ation, (but- 1 hope that the present number I Friday-Saturday, Feb. 3 4 Popular Price Matinee Saturday, 75c; Children 25c. -Nijjht Hoar Balcony Gallery, 50c, A Stubborn Cinderella The Wonderful Girl Show 40 SONGS 497 Times hi Chicago 2G3 Times in New Vrork "Nimble Less and Wonderful Francisco Call. "60 See World. Free Press "Best; of Musical Pro- vince. Seats on sale at.Theatre Box office, Monday January 30, l.' smalt'compared with the number.. later' date! Although the club [rOm d us. Brother John 232.00-is only five months old, having; been athan pur w, organized in. Aug. 27th, spring-. jor which we (lo pot .'him, for ins Irom.nothing in a short time, it hayjng. j ,0ur predominant "aim 5.00 ILI.U'J 5.00 5.00 Jus great possibilities. In the begin-. must be. nmg us was being in-. T t vvmcn must appeal to all here, other- creast'u .by tens, then hundreds, is increased thous- and is every indiea- tkm that- it-will shortly be increased by the1 tens of thousands. There1 is a lot5 in a name, and I think this club has-been most fortrm- n, ,n aspirations m the hopc.tnat we may in selecting thc "Overseas .Club .-j as its cosaomwi, first and -foremost. i'becaris'ft is no other .empire in. Mthc same position as that oi >'ou not be here, to-Drm- lv.maintain the British connection, reverence tue and Iiold out 'a tk. empirc_ GOWGANDA HAS i HEAVY ME LOSS Ont., Jan.. lio, tne strongest gale of the -winUr, ;fira.' broke out about noon. Cohen's dry goods store, practical! destroying: the southeast portion ot tne town.' The loss 'ie probably rumored insui-, ance Is' Canadian coinpau- .ies with about twelve thousand with cue American.companies represented A. J. Carter vacated i'our days ago, and no one nas .been inMt since. There was'.ViO tire in the.stoves that anyone Knowledge of. This is the houst- ich figured in. a district court case last summer, when a .Mrs. Perdue tried for attempted arson but .was cnarged, tnere being no evidence gainst The loss on tho house is estimated at Not a thing was saved as tiie house was a mass ot names 'oe toie anyone noticed the .tire. maintain the glory of the.-empire, un-. til the final tramp .of-.doom shall sound. allegiance iroiu all' The bag-pipe was again" heard .frohi. The buildings destroyed, jncludec. 'it is not possible ior Brit- and Messrs.-McHpnry, Meldrum, Coop'- Uueea's Hotel, Ktn'g .Edward cr, Tilley and -Cunningham- sang, .all Canadian .Bank of .Commsrce Di. and having'to respond to c-ncorcs, and 'in Cran's olllce, Sodd Mohant "IB meantime cofice xvas passed." .dealer Kami Bro- across-ihi; waters, binding together in Accused BtQcers' DU1J Cellowship lhe government., ot being ,indifferent empire: The. manner in which and weak-kneed in. Us attitude -toward; is to be-done must be wrought ,the- mother'country. individual unit of the em- :said. miles; of' coast-line. 200.00 500.00 the seas. Lshers in the different parts oi to rub shoulder to innft out by each individual unit of the em- pire. This appeals to Canadians perhaps Kami Bror joods: 1c- sacco'; Carter druigists: Taylor, druggist; .telephone office: Uafber; s.Jlint, saloon, lee, pool room; Chorette, saloon.: CiacKHlake, Total up to "and'including Disbarsements :........i.. slrongly than to oilier integral parts-of the empire. We mav' not be "V7V- -.n. nn hind S5 I i over here, and the replv that liaiancc on nana reat at prcscnt we are one- ot r. u. j. ischstorm, Lethbridge, I Jfa co.ordinatc parts oE thc tie goods to the value oi..... 100.0Q he said lhe.west is show me-a mucn better spirit to-the mota- couniry and b t -1 ,1 cr country, to which we .owe all that 'is the east, i id guard.' What have to'- guard' it rrospec- HOICI- -Mineis' Union toll One.'..iiti'le cannou "at ijavls Ac Cald- peg." One man was asked what would'do ii the well. The origin'of the lire zs un- Tiie Little Extra Cere Now May Save After Years of Regret Children play so hard iliut the heat perspires and the hair has a tendency to .mat and set sticky on strait' 'oap, and doesn't to re- nove It. but lhe hair licalthj'. Just try HiViu- Rub H into tne "roots" o: or the Th. cliiUJren-like it anJ ivill ask you to use it. Hirsutoiie loosens up the ac- cumulated flust and perspiration 'and the hair nncl scalp can then Basils- and thoroughly cleaned. is dried give another application of Hlr- aatonc. After you have used it Tor a while you will admit It is the bast, you have ever used. Your Xya.1 Store v.-jli cheerfully g-.iaraiueo I-Tirsu- toue to du all that is claimed tor It. SENATOR ROY MAY Ottawa, Jan. is stat eci hero Senator Roy of I'.'tUnonton will be tho now. >7s of the ocean are the lir.ks and j as the cause, rihe ncconi" j money you-paid us for them, Tritfcoat train at -i.-W p.m. will. Ic'avjwe must tiicrriorc ;o com-j pan'.erl by her son. S. W. or formality. They In on time. Tho. nuin :iuc trains aroimf.nd the ocean, whirh is more im-j aiid rtaugliter? their hus j three sizes, 25 58 only slighJIy v.-inrl company rnurl: the mos? productions ever vritncsscd in our is 3 hcadliner this Aimce's dancing 5s net only artistic but very erjtG'tr.ining. In jthe fire dance she is exceedingly clev- er and holds the audience spellbound. Another good act is The Great Le Barr. tne 20th. Century wonder, who is also very ctever in his tine. The pictures wore still better than ever and creating no end of laughter, jand This week's bill promises to bo a I box office winner for ihe popular fam- theatre. We sre located in thc district where the wheat captures world's prices. This is thc kinc of wheat we mill. Our fs of the latest modern type and our methDds up to-dste. That is why our flour is pcpulsr. WHOLE FAMILY DOWN WITH SMALLPOX made- that a lias hr.fl ror of 'inve laycd. hut tiie r.ish 'ban military forces or. ianii. nt'ts arc causing '.r-ej The Rrilifh Empire is now the rc'-ihly. strongest marMime nation in tltr 'VV.IK 'o n1 ;i rons thai nar.'is. All were enroute to and ?l.OO. you can corpse hulcj over here, was 71 years o'ul. She them only Rexall Store. j fJiginbothara Co., tiiis, rurtiou. totiay i thc rest oi the s of armamcni. has cha'ip'-'d n to hnld such a posi- i xvj-- d-i noT such a trv to hr strong or liircc1 nations nn F; Grow ?.c ismnc. rmriro 01 -'a-; ?.rc nfAV powerful rh -vo cnnTiot iiirnore. i its part, li pro- j A.11 Users of DY'S "SILENT" MATCHES At a remedy has been ciscov- .ipciion for Errand only. I destroy tna ?'OTccr The seas. Tiu'e our "lt tenccd_ scrm Cil' Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by That Dandruff is caused b: is Accepted ny overy sensible person. Dandruff is the root of ail hair SALVIA "it1 'ths ilnndniff mother rounlry has done for us.. I rfip mm removf- sn tcnisay. ii is-r.ot o o.r what the days, or moiifty back. 5ur ;i boitle. The jr.nthcr country has done ior vis, hut: Alberia Drug Go. vhat vh? mother has kept Th (li Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them ;