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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, !M9. Did you ever see what the Menu Card at The Cafe says Did you ever see hovr the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Try it! 4? 4c The Model Restaurant Appeals to everybody by its Excellent Menu 4f 4p 4p 4r The Alexandra Cafe Leads Them All nothing is too good for its many patrons, nothing but the most advanced equip- ment to improve the ser- vice for their comfort. With the latest improved electric Tea aud Coft'ee Urns and fiveelsctnc cool- ing fans already installed this month, and [the 'best the market affords on our table at the lowest possible ,cost to all. We don't in- tend to lag in our efforts to make The Alexandra Cafe the Mecca and pride 'of the people of Leth- and their friends. N. H. MURRAY, Prop. HOT SHOT FOR Patent Medicine Men Don't Like Being Attacked j nresoriptions put up by doctors are nothing more or less than propric- MnnrTAne medicincs Put U'P by such ftnils UUll UK J Parke, Davis and Co., Freder- ick Stearns Co., and in with this, I would just like why it i? that doctors invariably write their prescriptions in Latin? The man carrying the prescription has to trust absolutely to the drug-! ____ irisl. Our proscriptions are in Eng-j lish arid everybody can understand j Toronto, June 9.-Thcre is j thluk vve the reason! indignation iu the air .surrounding the j why they write them in Latin> proprietory inhdicie of Toronto; a.s the result of Dr. Fer-) gu.-on's broadside against patent med- icines before the Medical Association. "I don't think broudnu'nded physi-i ciaii5 with big practices will at all: trouble with the Ontario Med- ical is thai just as on as a doctor dares to advertise in the least V i.- at once thrown out. The day not far distant when tb> people will be shown-that the iron approve ot Dr. 1-ercuson s attack> i r, i and complete monopoly in Canada said Mr. L. to. Levee is tins medical associatr-n. 1-or tourteen years I have been sec-i retary treasurer of the Propn-.tory' Threatens Exposure Association. There ure over one hun-j i-H the time ever comes when J' en- dred firm's associated with it either jte.r the Ontario Legislature I .shall directly or indirectly. Many of them i make it my first duty to .-xpos.' The have been !iu business for half a cen- j condition of things with regard to and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men f As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection John PROPKIETO R The Menu at The Alberto Restaurant i is as extensive as any in Y 4> the city. 4> Open day and night. 4 Everything in season. 4- Montreal, June Dr. Eea- ume, Ontario minister of public works, has announced that a French. SENT ON AHEAD! of his in a box. Girls and women are only grown-up child reu and it's a man who sup- plies 5em confectionery, exquisite purest long line of wonder-workers at won- derfully low prices. Take her a box today. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners and Tee Cream Specialists itiry, and their preparations have come household remcdii.'tf. Ample Restrictions or five years a-_ro legislation was proposed in nearly all the provin- cial legislatures aimed at ihc proprie- t'.ry medicine busings; all of that le- gislation was either defeated in com- mittee, or withdrawn. "Then our association askfd the Fe- deral Government for an Act. which! should be in the best interests both j of the Association and of the public. and such an act was passed. Corigrat-l ulations to the government on the fair! ness of act were passed at the i last meeting of the Proprjetory Medi- j cine Association, and I have receiv-! ed H letter from Mr. Gerald, Deputy i Minister of Inland Revenue, contain-j ing 'his appreciation of the associa- action. i this association. "The Froprietory Association is not a C'.'inbine. but an association funned in til-.' b--'St interests oi general p'ublic." The proprieUuy business In Toronto Is controlled by a Board consisting of four member- Levee as secretary. There bers in other large centr tarivj. UNDER. NEW MANAGEMENT Control., with Mr. in- mem-1 in On-' BREAD IS 20 CENTS A SMALL LOAF AND BUTTER 50 CENTS IN GOWGANDA Gowtranda, June town is i quii-t just now between seasoiis. It I is two weeks since a team carno in from outside, though a sc of people "By the Canadian 'Act no proprie-1 come in or tro out every day, walking! tory company can do busings with-jto Elk Lake or Gliarltou. The ice on j out registering and receiving a lakes is solid and and by I no preparation can be put j walking around the water holes in the! up which contains an overdose of any ori the crusted stiuw, the tra-! 1 harmful ingredient: We- cannot use j veiling is passable. The oil cocaine under any and j transportation will be a serious one! the presence of morphine or any other this summer, at best the canoe routes.! 'drug of like character must be in- w-ill not be easy., and only those who! dicated on the label.. are ready to face the hardships of atj He Says I least four or five days canoeing with; "'I have heard doctors talk like this j frequent and sometimes long portag-i paper will shortly be started in To- ronto, where there are now, he said, R.OOO French. Canadians. time and time'-again, and it is noth- ing buv is no sense in is an attack on a large busi- ness with big invested capital. I would like him to name one firm which sells a "'noxious compound.' He confines himself to generalities, how- ever. "I would be quite willing to meet Dr. Ferguson on any platform before physicians or the for this whole question should be gone in- to, and gone into reasonably and in- telligently. "Ninety per TO-NIGHT PROFESSOR WILLEY The Human Mystery HYPNOTIST MIND READER and THOUGHT TRANSMISSION Billy Co. Comedy Cartoonists Professor Willey Ardell Bros. Acrobatic Acts George Lavender Comedian Lyceumscope Latest Picture cent, or more of ing will make the trip. Thousands of people who would come here this summer if the place was reasonably L accessible will be kept away. Toj transport any considerable quantity of freight either way will be an ex- People who know the country say that penive. matter. It is devoutly to bo i the long trip up .-and down the bran- hoped that the Ontario Government, j ches of the Montreal river, there is who get so much out of this country a much shorter and easier trip by are awake to the situation, and will i way of Lady Evelyn Lake. This route lose no time in making even tempo- should be at once carefully investi- raTy mean? of access as easy and useful as possible by having the best route for canoes selt-cted. -and! portages all cut out and cleaned up. gated, and if a good one, put into condition. .The Price of Food Retail prices in this camp cannot be said to be exorbitant; on a general average I would place them at about double the Toronto prices for staples. Flour sells for to per hundred pounds; hams and bacon 35 cents-to 45 cents per pound; bread is 20 cents peri small loaf, two loaves for 35 cents or three loaves for 50 cents; coal oil costs 80 cents per gallon; clothing of all kinds and hardware are plentiful- ly stocked, and these goods axe not held at excessive figures. There is no evidence as yet of any scarcity in any particular line. Fancy prices are ask ed for some lines of but considering the expense, of trans- portation, the camp cannot be said to- be a dear one. The usual charge for living at the hotels' is per day. CHEAP LUMBER.! No. 1 Common gtQO No. 1 Dimension per' M No. 1 Shiplap No. 1 Shingles per M No. 2 Shingles per M No. 2 Boards per M feet No. 3 Boards per M feet Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Doors, Windows, etc. at correspondingly low prices. We have about two million feet of Lumber in our; yard here, and it is completely filled. We also have fifty cars on track or en route, and we must get piling room. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO., LTD. PHONE 225 South-East corner Ford and Westminster Streets Just South of Ellison and Taylor Mills. P.O. BOX 654 4-4 ;