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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Ldiibridyfe Daily Herald, Tuesday, March 1, 1910 JPage 5. pn get rid of a 1 servant who lid only-half the work in double thatimc of a capable one. Then why [ontinue using a flour that gives haj the nourishment and double the to digest? BUDGET FIRST; YOUR BLOODjs POISONED LORDS TO BE NEXT! Ogilvie's Royal H usehold is made from sclepd spring a wheat that 5s riqjin nutriment. It is the whitest anclWst flour made; it makes fully orihird more bread to the pound thai any soft wheat flour and is more tber.dable in every respect. I P.4 Mills Colimited. ATHE EUREKA Harney I team made last night, time artist. I the piano roar. But down south of both me ney'r, imi cuoji, etc., comedy. '1 inal and cxt London, Feb. busi- ness lirst and the question -of the House of Lords second was the pro- gjam laid down by Premier Asqulth iii a statement made In the House of Commons this afternoon, in moving tnat the government business have mecedence at every sitting up to March 24. When parliament re-assembled after the Easter recess the premier said the government would present a resolu- tion aiilrming the necessity of exclud- ing the House of Lords altogether from the domain of finance and re- stricting its power of veto to other legislation. To secure this the government, he j added, would use all methods that proper and adequate within i the Hmiis of the constitution and up- on its successful accomplishment the cabinet and Liberal party would stake not only the fortunes of the ministry but their very existence as a party. The premier explained his program I at some length and the intense inter- est with which these in the crowded I chamber listened testified to the im- !portance atached to the plans of the government. The exigencies of the financial situation were such, the pre- mier declared, that the vote on the army and navy bills covering the bor- rowings and other urgent demands must occupy the whole time of the House of Commons up to March 24 if You Suffer From frequent attacks of Headaches or Neuralgia are Nature's warnings of Blood Poisoning. The pain is doe ainiply to the tortured inflamed by tbe blood being overloaded with impurities, of inactive bowels, kidneys or skin. There is usually chronic Constipation and the foul matter, instead1 of passing from the body, is absorbed by the blood. The kidneys are not as strong as they should be and fail to filter from the blood, the necessary amount of impure initter. Instead of the skin In rowing off and half pouud_s of waste matter every day, it becomes inactive and does only half its work, leaving three quarters of a pound of this waste to poison the body. Headache powders add paiu killers simply numb the nerves and have no helpful action on the organs causing this poisoning of the blood. To cure CAKDSTON Cardston, Feb. 24, The present f week 1m given more in the way of amusement than any preceediug since SOMETHING ABOUT THE LECTUKKtt December last, Avlieu the scarlet fev- er epidemic prevented any public ga- On Monday the "Old Folks" of the! town were tendered an en-j JoymenL by our home talent In -the pluy "'She Stoops to Conquer" being presented for their -benefit. The Aetna people gave a very cred- itable performance on the evening of the 4th, by way of aiding In the She Is, Where She lias Been, What She Talks About Mrs. A. T, Robinson, is lect- uring in the city this week has much of the world, having travelled some miles. About seven ye.-irs ago she visited Japan in the I GEO. TAYLOR Florist Bartktt Street, Piece 675 STORE-.-405, Ford Street, rW 561 P. O. Box 1353 completion of the fine addition their church building. Land business bids fair to boom, of one o? tfce largest u'ry syndicates in America. She tra- velled miles In a jinriclisha in- to the interior of Japan, visiting many judging the many inquiries oom-j ,acea J1Q wWte woman ing this way. The Pilling Bros. Realty Co. are Headaches and Neuralgia, the blood' ''epoi'ted to have sold Uie Barber must be purified, which can done only by making the kidneys, bowels and skin healthy and active. made1 from coacen- trated and intensified fruit juice, is the visited before. She has also travelled In New Zea- land, Tasmania, China, Russian Sibe-r- Hand, near Taylarville, comprising !iu> Eupope und Amerlca; some five quarter sections, during the Vlr and Mrg_ Robinson ]ive gmn. The purchasers ia the Qkanagan Valley, been twelve dollars per acre. If such Is the case the buy is regarded as a good one. The same parties are re- ported as purchasing the cattle and w lie n adjournment would "be taken to (officers of the Y. M. C. in Lethbridge a dusky colored ig hie at the Eureka uey is an original rag his comedy stunts on j immediately when parliament was the house in an up-! re-assembled, he said, the government ier still was the "way Messrs. L. S. Follett and Arvin Stod- greatest blood purifying medicine. or "Fruit Liver is a scientific cure for Headaches and Neuralgia, and never fails to cure because Fruit-a-tives" stops cause of these troubles. SGC. a box, 6 for trial box, 250. At dealers or from Fruit-u-tivea horses after getting the land. Limited, Ottawa. tiuildlng operations -which nave going forward all winter until the re- cent cold snap, are now suspended. The school house at Glen wood, the now town on tiie Cochrane Ranch tract, has been going up rapidly. It will cost some three thousand dollars, and will give ample accommodation Fresli Cat Flowers and Plants for All Occasions Free Delivery to all parts of the city GEO. BEATON when they are at home. Mrs. Rob-: inson helped to organize the Local Option League of British Columbia, of which she Is honorary secretary, and her lectures in Alberta are under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. She is much Impressed with EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed THE LETTER BOX A PUBLIC CALL To -the People of Lethbridge: It has Ijeen the constant aim of the March 29. ger" rag time dancing rs of the team. Har- is Scotch coon, Jew a real su'e splitter in comedy is clean, orig- entertaining. Juhasez, cinedy magician was not RAISED ON BREAD at this bakery is all the re would introduce resolutions excluding tlie House of Lords altogether from the domain of finance and declaring that in otluv legislation the Lords' power or' veto should remain as at present. London, Feb. 28. Asquitli subse- !quently explained tliar constitutional for the next year or two. Big preparations are being made for spring work. Several gasoline full of opportunity and full of natural resources. But if the people of Al- berta are not careful history, she said, win repeat itself. Only thirteen per cent, of the people of Chicago are American bora, and the others are in the hands of the political machines.! In Mew York City there are night: schools for the adult foreign element. It such schools could he introduced BOYLE'S RESOLUTION IS AGAIN DEBATED (Continued from front engines for plowing are ordered in j into Alberta lhey would be a this district. to build up a truly great institution hi our city, the kind that commands in the national life, and it is witlij Messrs. Thos. Archibald and An keenest pleasure that we notice fchat our aim is being slowly realized. We ask you to think of what ii would mean to LeChbridge to liavo our ideal great, strong, clean insti- tution. Your co-operation may help us on to our mutual goal. Perhaps you are] Parr engine at work on. the Cochrane lands. The first named recently purchased a section of land just 'north east from GieiBvobd, formerly held by parties at Spokane, Wash. The half section held by C. A. ment -when the house meets on Tues- day. Those contributions to the de- bate on th's were ilr. Riley, Glei- factor in the assimilation of -the for-icherit Who led off, La- Dr. Warnock; Athabasca, .._........ only a-very jer sleight of hand per- jchanges proposed were without preju- j Billing ;o leave the working out of! was also sold to llle 'sajne eign 'born element in our province. I combe who Her lectures have the one main un-1 piQCher Greek; Mr. deriving purpose but are very inter-1 WooU, Cardston. esting and instructive. She is Comparatively 110 new points were most cultured lady, with that refine-' adduced. The speeches of two insurg- ents, Mr. Riley and Mr, Waxnock, were marked by much bitterness, which places them almost 'beyond the pale on reconciliation -to the govern- former but original, as comedy is new and are a number of his and contemplated in a subse-' ideals 'to us. If so we need only ictures are also verv ble your order and you'll all veil. City Bakery good, too. Bchief series is a story of a weddint money, the scene laid chiefly in Clantinople. i instead of a hereditary as a basis for the second chamber. The speaker ruled Sir Henry Dal- motion, asking the House of Commons to limit the cabinet's action to the abolition of the House of Lords ve-to, and to disapprove of all sugges- tions for reform of the Upper House, out of order. Sir Dalziel ds one of tihe leaders of the advanced Radicals. this undertaking has its meaning and Faith in this corner of Alberta was recently shown by D. H. Thcwivs, sr., who bought out Mr. Hackett's farm at -spells heavy outlay. The -oer aore' a wel1 Improved tract 'I ot carrying on this work are real and j call from us cash liquidation invar- iably. Our efforts in carrying on this work means the "smews of war." So j lying east of the Cochrane lands. The Cardston Agricultural Society or Fair Association 'held -its annual election the other day. ment and courtesy of a gentlewoman. Once in Texa-s she conducted a cam- paign in a town where she had been varned not to go for the sulooon- {eeper had threatened to shoot her. However, she went and spoke to an audience of seven thousand people, ana the next day local optaon carried by a large majoroity. She will lecture in Westley church PHONE 1181 Another deputation of women wait- ed upon Premier Whitney and cabinet this morning asking aid for bringing domestics to the province Eroai the Old Country. They want a prelim- inary grant ot The Premier suggested that the deputation.-.present some definite plan before the cabinet for consideration. GOVERNMB BUSINESS PRECEDENCE London. Asquith's motion giviihe government ibusi- nes? precedeat every sitting up to Marcih 24th adopted in the House of Commonsjout discussion. far vve Have .been self-sustaining andj Mr- J- A- Hammer succeeds Jas. A. we purpose closing the most success-] Hansen as 'President, as -the law- ful season of our history without a named felt that an-v Person Aiding deficit. So, if you are approached to- j morrow to buy a ticket for the Y. M. C. gymnastic exhibition at the Ma- jestic theatre treat the boy kindly and Medicines ways most Cough rtem loosens the opens cne ture in re :'heal thy con I gists. aid nature are al- ssful. Chamberlain's :ts on this plan. It relieves the lungs, tions and aids na- g the system to a Sold foy all drug- The Alberta Railway and Intion Co. outside of the town could not effici- ently perform the duties of the office, Mr. S. M. Woolf was re-elected sec with an increased compeasa ment. "In the withdrawal of Mr. Gushing from the said iMr. 'Riley, "a crushing blow has been struck at Lib- eralism. For some years it has been_ the custom of Liberals to look to 'Mr. this week on Tuesday at 8 p.m., on Cushirig for guidance in political af- "New Zealand -the Home of Deinoc-1 fairs. The Premier knew months be- fore the resignation was published that he was losing the confidence Ir. Cushing, and he chose to let it C. P. Kelsey, one of the old timers of this district, died at his late''home j in this city Monday, February 21st, j 1910, at the age o[ 71. The funeral j took place from his late residence on Wednesday afternoon. Cranbrook Her aid. send him away with such company as tion for lhe, ensuinS >'ear- on Wednesday at 8 p.'in., on "The Lordship of the Upper on Thursday at 3 pjm., special for women only; on Thursday at 8 p.m., on "The Sweating System of Great on Friday at 8 p.m., on "Russia, and its Island Prison, Sa- ghalien." A telegram was received from Mon- treal last night stating that Superin- tendent Brownlee had come through the operation he underwent on Mon- day very satisfactorily and is now resting Herald. will gladden the heart of (the treas- urer. He. too, has his. ideals. Yours Sincerely, EXECUTIVE OF Y. .M. C. ABOUT THE MACLEOD FIRE Macleod, Feb. 28. Editor Lethbridge Herald: As permanent grounds have now i been purchased just on the western limits of the town, im- provements can now be made. The outlook is bright for 1910. Cold weather does not stop the "Hello" people, and a crew of men has been engaged placing the poles and wires through .the Card addition Itear report which appear i east to tihe farm of Dr. Weeks, who ed in your morning paper regarding; now resides in the suburbs. Are offering for Ssj the Lots ol the Cheapest Market EACH Situated North of bck lie Alberta Railway and Irifon Co. UETHBRIDGE. Troubled Every Winter With Severe Colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup Cured Her. Mrs. W. J. Hammond, Hamilton, Oat., "I beg to say that I have used Be. Wood's Norway Syrup for my firi who troubled every winter with bronchitis and vary totds. At night would keep us with ker coughing until I tried your Syrup, which gave her instant rabcf. 'After the Cwt bottle TTM finished I more, and always kept a bottle m Wr room at nijht. Dr. wood's Nor- way Pine Syrup is certainly a wonderful thing in a case like the above mentioned aod BO one can praise it toe highly. every opportunity to recom- mend it to afl my friends and relatives." ii nothing to equal" Dr. Wood's'' far the cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Croop, Asthma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Pain or Tightness in the Chest, and all Throat and Lung Troubles. It prevents Pneumonia and Consump- tion. Put op ta a yellow wrapper; three peM trees the trademark; price' 25 Manufactured only by The T Limited, Toronto. Out. the Macleod Fire. You stated that it is claimed that it started in J. C. Brewer's barber shop by an over-heat- ed furnace. Now this much is a i mistake. It is not claimed that it started in my place or an over-heated furnace was never thought of until it ppcared in your paper. It is not nown where the fire started, only his much, the hasements are all to- ether oi the three stores, namely, liss Wilson's, Richardson's and "The ashion" as you called "J. C. Brew- rXbarter in vour paper, and lartcd, but Miss Wilson's store and lichardson's places are gutted while Boisjoli ROYAL VIEW NOTES Royal View. Alia., February' The Royal Colleries have cut dowi; their shifts to one, and only working about three days u week. John Dorham, a miner employed at the New Barnes Mine, has been laid up for the last three weeks with rheu- matism. Tom Storey and Wm. Smith left this tn insL Past records have made this the The Board of Trade's grand annual week to work for a new miue company ball comes off on Friday evening the South of Lethbridge. The business people of this city, fee the effect of the closing up of the mine as over two-thirds of the miners have left for other fields to seek employ ment. A daily mail service is now in exist ence between Lethbridge and Roya "swellest" social event of the season, and doubtless this reputation -will not be in the least injured by the recur- rence. Success to the B. of T.'s ef- forts. Fres. Edward J. Wood, with officers ot various auxiliary organizations, vis- ited Leavitt Ward on Sunday last, it being the occasion of the annual conference. Reports come of very t is not known under which store it j satisfactory conditions at that point. View. This is a service that, is appre- ciated by all, on account of the daily papers. Mr. Barker, manager of thi; Floy, CoUeries, is away on a business trij ,He expects to be absent about a Joseph Y. Card arrived home the other day after a sojourn in Great The Fashion" ,or_. J. C. Brewer's Britain for some twenty-one months jarber shop had not a blaze in it vith the exception of the basement. Trusting you statement that will contradict the "it is claimed that it Contractors for Cedar Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Ri and Mine Ties started in J. C. Brewer's Barber Shop bv an over heated furnace." Yours truly, J. C. Brewer. MARK HAMBOURG The following comment on the ap- pearance of Mark Hambourg, the great pianist who will play here on March 17. is clipped from the editor- ial columns of the Edmonton Capital: "About the middle of March Ed- monton is to have a visit from one of the greatest pianists of this or any age, .Mark Hambourg. Those who are responsible for the enterprise are tak- ing a great risk on their shoulders in the belief that there are a sufficient number of music lovers hereabouts to warrant bringing out an artist of such prominence. Very frequently, after an exceptional chance to hear a fine musician has come and gone, re- gret is expres ed that the place which our visitor occupied In his or her par- ticular field has not been made suffi- ciently known. There should be no such excuse available in the present insrance. A visit from a man like Mark Hambourg is an event of first- rate importance in t.he 'history of the province and should be looked forward to as such. as a Mormon missionary. He has been greeting friends 'daily, and all extend him the glad hand and a. "warm welcome. Miss May King of tho QneeTs Hote visHer! with her at No. last week. Miss Edith Anthony and Mrs Nelson were visitors to Lethbridge Friday last. Mr. Smart and Mr. Nelson, who Riley upbraided ttie govern-- ment for many features of the con1; ract with the A. G. W. Ry., he >aying that it was the worst and most oosely constructed contract that had ver been drawn up on the face of he-earth.- He -saxl-that though he wanted to know- if the government had made a good contract, so they wanted a statement on plain under- standable language wfluch he did not believe could be done. In the heat of passion Mr. Riley took a copy of contract an his hand and called up- on the premier to dare to 'be a Daclel and tear up the contract. Mr. Riley tried to show the sin- cerity of Mr. Oushing, stating that he would build the road for per mile according to the specifications. The premier had Drafted it aside by saying it was merely a "bluff." Puffer's Address Puffer in his -address claimed to give the view of a practical business man on the railway transaction. He supported the government in the agreement drawing in the guarantee of bonds given and operation to gen- eral satisfaction. Dr. Warnock Dr. Warnock said that in rising, to Mrs. Rhoda Duce, who has been employed by the Royal Colleries fering with an incipient attack of pneumonia, was so far recovered as to be removed to her parents' 'home this week where she is now convales- cent. Her many friends will be pleased to hear of her improvement and all wish her a speedy restoration to health. Prom Mr. Z. U. Jacobs, who return- ed from Magrath this week, .we learn of "great activity for the coming sea- son in farming as well as all ILnes of business. He reports the sale by Wm. Wood of Magrath on his farm near have left for Granite City, B.C., where they have secured employment, with Mr. Fraser, formerly manager of this mine. Mr. John Lees, who lias been work- ing at the Queen's Hotel, left last Sat- urday for Medicine Hat. TELEGRArHICS High River has been forced to ab- andon consideration of waterworks and drainage tor the present on ac- count of the limit upon its borrow- ing estimated cost of Raymond, a spot ash deal of the proposed improvement would be The legislature tfill oe asked to extend the borrowing power of the town to 20 per cent of -.he as- sessed valuation of ton News. ati China's prohibition of grain expor- per aore. Mr. Wood has his eye on some lands near the Cochrane ranch tract. speak .to the resolution he did so in the spirit of deep humiliation, that he was a member of the Liberal govern- ment which hud pledged the credit of the province for the building of road through wilderness of swamps. He considered that reference of the pre- mier to "the nest of traitors" as' a cold, calculated insult. He referred to the railway agree- ment as the most disgraceful imposi- tion ever perpetrated on .a confiding people. As for daring to object to it, he thought it better for the govern- ment to understand that it is not all wooden men in the legislature, but that some dare to speak out what they think. Mr. Cote spoke from an intimate knowledge of the country to the north and Mr. Woolf followed with what was calculated to be a concilia- tory speech. His '.ill-fated amend- ment drew the sitting to an unexpect- ed close. The grain and oil warehouses Regina bank clearings for the Bombay, India, were burned today, tations has been extended so as to j month of Febniary, totalled The fire loss is estimated at include practically all of Manchuria, i 312. P. 0, Box 304 Fernie, Fully jiine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism or the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism., neither of require any internal treatment All that is needed to afford relief is the free application of Chamberlain's Linament G-ive it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief Trlxich it affords. druggists. Sold by all RANGES: iMMjfttoeJ I IB Wtk Thera is a lot in the dampers. The VALVE DAMPERS on the "Happy Thought" Range are patented features, ao easy to operate, that insure a perfect eyem heat in the oven with the minimum consumption of fuel. If you act your dampers right, the "HAPPY THOUGHT" Range retains the fire for without atten- tion. If you then open your dampers properly you will have a bright fire in aWe More facts you ought to know about this perfect in our interesting for ii. H AYR BROS., Local Agents WILLIAM BUCK STOVE CO M- ;