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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IMPERIAL BANK OF CANADA Cap I Authorized Capita! Paid Up Reserve Fund A General Banking Business Transacted. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits, of and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE ST.' W. R. SEATLE, EAST END WESTMINSTER Manager. ROAD AND FORD ST. i SHE HAD THIS SORE FOR FOUR ,LONG YEARS! 4- SOME FACTS ABOUT BEER (From "A Text-Book of True "Beer contains so small a percentage of alcohol as to render it absolutely harmless when taken in moderation, yet it does contain alcohol sufficient to produce that mild form of stimulation and ex- hilaration which the human system craves. "Eminent ecclesiastical authorities have long recognized beer as an important factor in the world's campaign for temperance, and have not hesitated to recommend its use in moderation. Ueer is absolutely pure, being entirely free from disease-laden germs, so frequently found in rnilk and water. It is the only beverage that cannot be adulterated or tampered with from the time it leaves the manufacturer until it reaches the consumer. DRINK LETIIBRIDGE BEER The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. Now ZanvBuk Has Healed It. You jui't pqua.l Ziim-Buk for sores oi' -all kinds, whether recent or oi long stjnQIng. That is the opinion of .Mrs. Wilson, of 11G Wieksoii avenue, .To- Mrs. Wilson says: "About four years ago a sore appeared on the right side of -my face, just about the angle of the jaw. This siio' in size until It became about half on inch in diameter, and very troublesome. 1 went to a doctor, from whom at different times during fifteen years 1 had received treatment, but the ointment I got did not have any good effect oil the sore. 1 had it cauterized, tried poultices and all kinds of salves, but it was no good, and this continued for four years. A sample of Zam-Buk was one day left a: our house, and 1 used It. "A'lthougti the quantity was so small it seemed to do me some good, so I purchased from .Mr. Bauld, druggist, Bcollard and Yonge streets, a supply of Zum-Buk. Each box did me more and more good, and to my delight, before I had been using Zam-Buk three weeks, 1 s--iw that it was going to heal the sore. In less than a .month it was' healed! It has now been healed for almost a and at the present time the only trace of it is a small patch of skin 2. little whiter than the surround- ing ti-ssue. If Zam-Buk can heal a sore of this kind, which had defied all treat- ment for four years, I am sure it must be n thing needed in scores of Siomes." Try Zam-Huk for eczema, ulcers, sores, bad leg, various ulcers, skin eruptions, face spots; baby's rushes, inflamed place.s, piles, blood-poisoning and all skin injuries t'.nd diseases. 5Uc all druggists and stores, or post free from Zarn-Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse "just as good" and imi- tations. PHONE NO. 554. T T M M M M BUDGET AFTER LORDS' VETO Statement by Premier As quith Backs up LLuj'd- Geortre M H t M TJTJTwiv.lvrv.fw TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS I 1 I I i I I Florist GREENHOUSES-650, Bartiett Street, Phone 675 STORE-405, Ford Street, Phoae 561 P. O. Box 1353 Fresh Cut Flowers and Plants for All Occasions Free Delivery to all parts oi the city x Dr. B. S. Kerr, father o: Jchsi! Kerr, of the staff of the Vancouver 1 Daily Province, died at Toronto i Another Salvation Army party of 250 sails for Canada today. Army officials state that inquiries regard- ing Canada this year are double ehose oi 1309. In the Commons today Reginald Me- Kenna, first Lord of the Admiralty stated that the price of the British cruiser Niobe, which it was has been reported purchased the Canadian Government was mil the subject of negotiation. It is now three per cent, per an- num for twenty years on a maximum expenditure of Parlia- ment will be asked to make it- three and one-half per cent, per annum for twenty-five years, on a total expendi- ture of probably -A steel shipbuilding; for the Pacific is also contemplated by a firm. oi Canadian capitalists at Victoria. B. C. The alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track Ita Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. JOHNCHARLWS THEORIES OF LIFE It is In varying places that one finds John Charlto'i's friends in Ottawa. They are not all Liberals. Some are Conservatives. They are not all old men, but men who were much younger than he was. They are to be found in all places and all condi- tions of life, from the obscure civil servant to the ex-Cabinet Minister and Senator. Not all that knew him were his friends; he differed from many men, and not all who were his friends agreed with till his views, but however their opinion may differ as to the wisdom or un-wisdom of the various tilings John Charltou stood for, they all agree chat while he was an orator, a scholar, and a citizen, Jie was, beyond that, a truly lovable man. This is no small testimony to. the character of John Charlton. Men, who from a mere masculine stand- point, are said to be lovable are rare. When you speak to tfhose who knew die dead statesman, they seem to iind it hard to express in a few words a-11 the admirable qualities in him. Old staiemeii like Senator William Ross of Halifax shake their iieads and name over to you some of the great speech- e; he made. A great debater. A wonderful student, they say. Talk ro those who, like Alexander M P. for _ Norfolk knew Cluvrlton Ln his own county, and took part in many a political fight against, him and they' will tell you of his kindness, his magnanimity, his clean, virile living, and his inde- pendence. The Conservatives love to recall that yoint. Mr. Charltou was returned to tht House by acclamation in 1900, niighi have been misled by Blair'-s speech, -and the only man capable of making the proper reply for the Gov- ernment so the story h.irlton, who Tvas a 'little at odds "ita the party. Charlton made the speech. In fact, e made two of What he said eft nothing 10 he _unsaid, so far as he country and the Liberal party and ton. Mr. Bh'.ir's speech were concern- o, Mr. Charlton vindicated the national Transcontinental.. How persuaded Mm into it is an- matter. 'It is not known. But uffice it that on that occasion, un- uly as 'he had been as a party sheep, he party had to fall back on him to ave -the Situation. "It may easily said." remark- ed Mr. Alexander AlcCall, "that he Norfolk's first Nor- olk, let me add, has produced many tine men. He was first because of vis public-spiritedness, of his personal ntegrity, of his strong, clean life, his he promulgated legislation, amonj and had passed, other legislation wards Bernier went. "He was a dear friend of said Senator Ross to tihe writer. "I companion." The smoke of battles in which lie took p.irt dia.3 cleared away. The guns have ceased to fire upon his pos- ition