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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ''Is Conrectly Placed In The Sunshine Pew people realize the importance of tne wattr-pan. without tho moisture cvaporuU-d from the water in the pan, the warm air passing through the registers is harsh awd dry. it is hard on your lungs and on your furnishings. Now, the water-pan must be eor- rectly placed to be of any WATER PAN 'srTjrJ ORDINAL FURNAC real use. If it is placed near the bottom of the furnace (see lower illustra- tion) the moisture bus a long: route (see arrows) to travel before it reaches the pipes leading- to the rooms. It must pass alongside the fire-pot and radiator, and the terrific heat from these dries out .nearly every particle of moisture ascending from the pan. Very little reaches the pipes or passes through registers, Now, notice the location of the Sunsr.'ne water- pan. It is placed over the-fuel door. The moisture takes the short, direct route to the pipes leading to the rooms. You can always have moisture-laden healthful air passing, through your registers pro- vided you keep the Sunshine water-pan filled with water. If you value your health you'll have our local dealer install the Sunshine, with a.-guarantee to heat your house to your entire satisfaction. BY JAMES MUIR COPYRIGHT BY PUBLISHERS PRESS, 1910. When Robert Laird Borden became f learn to leave dull care behind >ader of His Majesty's Opposition, in his office. J) Opposition, Scotia lost-one of its most pro- minent members of the profes- sion. The day that the Conservative declared him the successes of Sir. Charles Tapper, it robbed that province of one of its most learned lawyers. in his office. As the leader of one of two political parties in the Dominion. US lesislatiou Mr. Borden is- a national figure, of whom 'the people ever want to know What are his characteristics? is his nature? doesn't do this or that? in short, what is He is a linguist, an historian, and an ne? are some of the' questions frequently asked by the public. An old friend of Mr. Borden's once for Sale ty Stafford-Hgnem CD., Leflibriilge When you want to clear your house of flies, see that you get Imitations are always unsatisfactory. CASE OF GRAY AGAINST EASTON Lethbridge, Alberta, 23rd The Editor, Lethbridge Herald, Lethbridge, Alberta. Dear think that in making reports of cases that occupy the at- tention, of the Courts, for the inform- ation of your readers, some effort should be made to correctly state the facts. You gave considerate prominence in your "issue of July 22nd to what .purported to 'be a report -of a charge preferred by me against A.E. Easton in connection -with a gun, and your report -does not accurately convey the facts. The case against Mr. Easton not "flbrown out" as you express .cordance with this direction and in accordance -with 'the undertaking of Mr. Easton's solicitor to return it. There is no doubt whatever that if Mr. Easton had not chosen to adopt this suggestion, the ease would (have proceeded. Another inaccuracy in your -report it, (but was held over at the sugges- tion of the Judge who directed Mr. 'Easton to return the .gun to me, and his solicitors until the follow- ing morning to do so in good order. The gun has -been returned in ac- is in stating that Mr. Easton .purchas- ed a gun for It would appear scarcely consistent, with this state- ment being true that Mr. Easton through his solicitor would voluntar- ily return the gun in order ito stop proceedings. Tours truly, W. GRAY. When the -stomach fails to perform its functions, the bowels become de- ranged, the liver and kidneys congest- ed, causing numerous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de- pended .upon to do it Easy to take and most effective. Sold by all drug- gists. Mr. JAMES MUIR" anthority on Constitutional questions, well acquainted' with the .literature .of nations, and1 can quote: lir iflheir own language, the (best stanzas- of most of the is a' -Christian -gentleman, to whom (there is no keener- delight tnan to address kindly-words to the bairns-of a Sun- day school. But to-day he is a politician, and. as there Is no man his equal in the party, it is certain that his followers will not allow him .to think of any otner calling than that of leading their great struggle to get 'back to power. Ait a parliamentary press gallery banquet not very long ago, after. Mr. Borden had spoken of some of his -dreams he had never found time to realize, Sir Wilfrid -Laurier turned to him and .said: "Suppose we leave politics and devote the rest of our lives to "I will if you was Mr. Borden's reply. Then they both laughed, and the thought occurred' to many .that per-! haps, after all, political leaders have had ambitions Tvihich, if they had had time to pursue them, would have won more lasting fame