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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridg. Daily Herald, Friilay, March SALADA" is hill-grown on planta- tions high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon. The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour. II SALADA1 WOULD START TKKJ5AY CANAL Sir Wilfrid and lion. Win, Pugsley Express Opinions I! if ot unvarying good quality. Will you be con- tent with common tea when you can get SALADA" u BUck, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lh our Choice From Orange Trees We pack 60 per cent of California's orange three-fourths of its lemons. From this great quantity we choose the solid, tree-ripened, deliciously flavored fruit (or our special brand, "SUNKIST." i "Sunkist" Navel Granges Are Seedless They arc always packed in wrappers bearingthe name Sun- Be sure the oranges you get have these wrappers, for they not only insure you the finest oranges that can be grown, but for every twelve you send us we will give you a Handsome Orantfe Spoon FREE These spoons ore Rogers' Best Quality Standard AA beautiful pattern designed especially for us. You couldn't buy anything more handsome, no matter what price you paid. Think how quickly you can get an entire sci- fi most attractive addition to your table service. Buy a dozen "Sunkist" Oranges or Lemons today, and send us the wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay for postage, packing, etc. You will get your first spoon by return mail. California Fruit Growers' 32 Church Si. Toronto. OnL Buy "SunHst" Lemons as well as "Sunkijt' The fruit is equally fnet and we accept lemon wrappers for spoons. Ottawa, March "My only regret is that 1 am not able to say that we re going to commence work to-mor- Sir Wlli'ri duaLier the man said Sir -Wilfrid hauriw to the nonster deputation from the Canadian of Board of Trades and lunicipul, which waited on him yester ay alteruoon, urging the early start and completion of the Georgian Bay >hip Cana'.. "But I will be a happy man, if, dur ng my regime as Premier of Canada his great work is undertaken." After John McKeen, manager of ;he bank of Novla Scotia .Ottawa, anc ,-epresenting the Amnarst Board of Trade, and Mr. Peter White, K.C., Pern broke, Ont., on behalf of the Federa tion, had urged on the government commencement of the work. Sir I rid replied briefly.- The gist of his remarits was to the effect that the present large undertak ings of the government prevented th plunging the country into aiiy further j expense. The N. T. R., and the Hud- son's Bay Railway were not counted by the premier in this connection. Regarding the undertaking of the work by a private company he stated that he had not us yet lieard of a com- pany that would, independently of the country, undertake the work. All asked tnat the government guar antee their bonds and this the gov- mnont. was unable to do at the pres- it time. But if the resources of the country eep on increasing as they have since le recent, financial crisis, I see no eason why. we cannot start SATURDAY FRIDAY Subject ot Clever Lecture By Alexander Last Night On Thursday night Professor Alex- ander of Alberta University, gave an instructive.lecture on "Marcus Aurel- ius." This'is the closing lecture of the series of University Extension lec- tures which the Education Department of Alberta have arranged in this city aid Sir Wilfrid amid' applause. BABE WAS SMOTHERED. [to find the room aflame. She coul jhave made her escape, but became hys terical, wrapped the child in a blank et and rushed for the door. In th confusion she dropped the child, an -although she herself escaped she wa so badly after terrible su fering she passed away. Neighbor rescued the child, but on removing th Fire in Shack at Entwistle Caused Death of Mrs. Dingman and Infant Child. Edmonton, March E. H. Dingrhan was fatally burned, and ler infant daughter smothered to death in a fire which destroyed the home of E. H. Dingman, late on Saturday night. Mr. Dingman was away from home at Wolf Creek, and Mrs. tho child were in rhe shack alone. Mrs. Dingman built up a fire olanket found that life was extinct. Allan Embury, who up to last was public school ins.peuvjr for Pe county for twenty years, died th morning as a result of an attack -before retiring, and awoke at midnight'jteart faiture. He was 5G years o! during the past winter. Several of the professors have visited our city and their lectures have had a great educational influence. Professor Al- exander expressed the thanks of ail the staff of the university for the hos pita lily and welcome received from the people of the southern cities. This was the fourth and concluding lecture of a series dealing with Rom an history. Marcus Aurelius was the nobles Roman, free from baseness. Plato n marks, "States flourish when philoso pers rule, and when' rulers philoso phize." Marcus was a philosopher and called by fate to rule the worli of the Roman Empire. In the British Empire no man fror: any of the Dominions beyond the sea has yet become at the head of affair of the empire, but not so in days 6 Rome, for after one hundred an twenty-nine years after the foundatio of tlie Empire, a foreigner sat on th Roman imperial throne. Me was educated at home by a tutor, which was an advantage, for the Ro- A bevy of genuine bargains selected for Friday and Saturday selling. The very goods you re- quire at this season of the year at prices heretofore unheard of in Lethbridge. Those who took advantage of our last Friday and Saturday values that will bring them again. The'lilt for this week is fully as large and the savings just as great. Here are a few of the items: GOODS on the Bargain Counter 52 INCH DRESS splendid weight in navy, black and cardinal. Note width Worth 75c per yard. FRIDAY AND per ward, only Navy, brown, cardinal, green and black pure wool pan- .........................45c 40 INCH PANAMA CLOTH 45c ama cloth, worth easily Selling FRIDAY AND SATURDAY at per yard 7he despatches which had appeared n the newspapers from the West stat- ng that the project was not looked pon with favor In that part of the ountry he did not believe. 'Some one whose horizon does not xtend beyond his own farm, was the nstigutor of said the premier. Hon. Wm. Pugsley, .Minister of pub- ic works, said that if he could have his way the project would be Undertak- en without delay. SEARCH FOR A BARON Who Disappeared Somewhere in the West in the Last Two Years BLEACHED COTTONS AND WHITE CAMBRICS N Fine even bleached cotton, one of the most popular cottons for making mto underwear and for general use. "Regular value 15c per yard. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY har- 5vnn, per yard 1! F U R N I T U R E Home Furnished Actual value, Davenport, 1 arm chair. 1 lady's secretary. 1 rocker. 1 Morris chair. t parlor table. 2 pair lace curtains. 1 carpet 7 ft. 6x9ft. OR THIS SUITE DINING-ROOM 1 extension table. r. dining chairs. 1 arm diner. 1 leatherette couch. 1 buffet. 1 China cabinet. OR THIS SUITE BED-ROOM White enamel bed. Steel spring. cotton tick mattreps. 2 feather pillows. Dresser and stand. 1 chair. 1 carpet 7 ft. 6x9ft. 1 pair blankets. 1 comforter. ,OR THIS SUITE This outfit on display in our window. KITCHEN 1 kitchen table. Ifaii.eing Mirror. 10 yds. of o'Icloth. 1-2 doz. ten cups. 1-2 fruit, plates. 1-2 doz. dinner plates. 1-2 doz. ten plates. Sfcpladder. OR THIS Some of these were turned lo the weather and show very slight usage. This Is Your Oppor- tunity F U R N I T U R E Spokane. Wash., Mar. from Germany, New York and Balti more, working under the direction o J. M. Londoner of Seattle, assisted b> the police of a half dozen states, ar searching the Pacific Northwest fo Baron Herman Von Blatz, 70 years o age, who left New York for Spokan two years ago, after travelling extens- ively in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Colorado and other states between the Pacific coast and the Great Lakes. The missing man's brother, Baron Adolph Von Blatz, who died in Baden, Germany, a short time ago, lefe a for- tune to Blatz, his wife and daughter. A letter from the latter, Fraulein Eu- ;ena Von Blatz received by the police in Spokane says her father left for America in 1SS2, passing eight years in New York and Baltimore. He mi- grated to the Coeiir d'Alene mining district in northern Idaho early in the '90s, but failed to wrest a fortune from the hills. He returned to New York by easy stages and two years ago wrote to his family that he intended return- j ing lo Spokane. He has not been I heard from by his relatives since that i time. man public schools of those days drove intelligence out. .Marcus also arned many lessons from the great en of his He was a great udunt, but loved fun and games as ell. With reluctance he left his lother and went to the court as hen resumptive. But after a time he ma :ed the beautiful daughter of the Em eror Antonius Pius. Antonius, and Marcus, too, when he ecame emperor, established orphans lomes and engaged in children's aid vork. Officers were appointed to see hat guardians did not abuse the chil Iren under their care. Registration yere made for births, marriages and leaths, an important thing when there were both freemen and slaves. Marcus had a good influence on all classes of men. Referring to the Ro- A GOOD WHITE UNDERSKIRT BARGAIN This beautiful fine muslin under-' value at each. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, sell- ing at man persecutions of the Christians the lecturer analyzed the cause, giv- ing these reasons: The Christian ligion traced its origin to the Jews who were disliked by the Romans, so i the Roman attitude to the Christians was affected-theieby. The Romans .suffered the reliiion of every nation in the Empire -the Christian relig- ion was not then a national religion. There was room in the Pantheon for the god of any nation, but the Christ- ians refrained from attending the fes- tivals. The Romans grew to look on Christianity as treasonable, hence the The Christians of TABLE Irish Linen. Regular lines FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BLACK COTTON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY per pair...................................... I OC TOURIST sky and yds. in each box OCX FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 2 boxes fcr ......._...........................CWV GENT'S FOUR-IN-HAND TIES 30c-----Silk poplins, fashionable broad stripes and brocade designs, all new colorings. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, each OUC MADRAS WINDOW inch cream Madras Muslin in cross-bar and floral designs selling FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, at. per yard............. .CvC LADIES' WHITE vests, pure white ribbed medium weight, suit- able for early Spring wear. Regular value each, OCA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, each only ....................................v3C MEN'S OVERALLS AND bibbed or plain pant shape, made of the best S oz. denims m blue or black. All UNION MADE and well FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, each................................. SHOP EAKLY' IF POSSIBLE persecutions. impson Phone 344 LIMITED Crabb Street REGINA CUSTOMS EATEN BY WOLVES. Rome began to hold their meetings in out of the way places. The Christians desire to rush into, martyrdom was a marvel to the Romans, who were a i soldier people. The early Christians were against service in the army, but every man who would or could fight was needed in the Roman array to pro- tect the Empire. The large Roman Empire consisting of so many conquered nations, had on- iy troops. War broke out in the valley of the Danube, but at last Marcus rolled the boundaries of the empire far back be- yond the Danube. But the devasta- ting plague came and rich and poor suffered alike. As the Emperor Mar- cus Aurelius lay dying suffering from OFFICE CHANGES, Saskatoon to be Made a Port, With Prince Albert and Battle- ford Sub-Ports. the plague, an officer came to get the pass word for the next watch. Tht dying emperor replied and he fell asleep soon after. Xo tear fell at his funeral. There was no mag nificent procession. The people thought that it was only the immorta going to the immortal." The splendid lecture was conclmlec with a preoration summing up con cisely the series of four lectures in Roman history. Dr. Galbraith, who acted as chair man, expressed flic regret of the aur ience that this was tho last of the ser ies of lectures. Having learned to ap-j predate the value of such a course, zeal will be stimulat.fd for another course next winter. Springfield. Mo.. March Smith, a woodsman, was eaten by wolves in the woods near Ally yester- day, after fighting desperately for his life. The woives attacked him while he was alone, waiting the return of a brother. When the latter returned he found his brother's nody in the centre of a circle of five dead wolves, while an empty repeat ins rifle showed that ho had been overcome before he could reload .weapon. Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands of women suffer untold misery every dar with aching backa really have, no business to ache. Backacha is simply a warning from the kidneys and should attended immediately so as to avoid of terrible suffering from kidney troubles. Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you ia the same way they have cured thousand! of others "and they cure to stay cured. Mrs. W. C. Doerr, 13 Brighton St., London, Ont., n with pleasure that I thank you for the food j your Doan's Kidney Pills have done me. Have been troubled with backache foe------------------ years. Nothing helped me until a friend unt-Mn-i-. brought me a box of your Ki.lnev H Kh.Mlbk i I began to take them and took four boxes, KRMA X A MR A SSA DOR ant1. i-.n g'.ad Lo R.-V that I am cured en- Paris. March FalHrr-! tirely and can do all my work and I j 4 ]ias teel as rood as i used to before taken i _ i sick. I am positive Kidney I sonally called on Prince Pvariolin i Pills are aU you claim them to be, and I the German ambassador to France j advise all kidney sufferers to them aiuj OXpiessr-d condolence in the faprice 50 cent, per box or 3 for i Ccnt doaUl thc ambassador's son. at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt i As this is the first visit a president Regina, March informa- ion has been received .at the Customs Department here that several changes vill be made in the provincial offices, vhich will materially -affect the busi- less of the local office and relieve the amount of labor that is at present con 3ucted in connection with the office here. Up to the present time Battle- ord, Prince Albert and Saskatoon have j sub-ports of Regina and all busi-1 ness has been conducted through the Regina office. After the first of April, Saskatoon will be given an office, and Battleford and Prince Albert will then be sub- ports of Saskatoon. Yorkton will pro- bably be left a sub-port of Manitoba as it is at present until the new line is built from there to Regina when it J will be placed as a of the Re- gina office. H is also learned that a sub-port is about to be established at which will also be connected with the Regina office. R. Foster of j Who Said Meat is Dear? WHEN YOU CAN BUY AT The Palace Meat Market HILL BLOCK, DUFFERIN ST. Rib Rolled ___......................'. -10c per Ib. Corn Beef...........................10c per Ib. Roast Beef ............................10c per Ib. Hams, per Ib. Bacon, side ...........................................23c per Ib. IT WILL PAY YOU TO PATRONIZE o s Phone 431. the customs office here goes to sas- j katoon shortly and will supervise the i......... work of getting he office there in run-1 ROOSEVELT WLL GET i ning order. DISTINGUISHED NAVAL OFFICER IS DEAD New York Mar.. Ed ward W. Very, distinguished naval officer and known the world over as an ordin- ance expert is dead ai his homo in Xew Vork. aged years. He ser-r ved during :he civil war and later; was attached to the United Siniesi legation in Paris. SUNLIGHT SOAP j FREEDOM OF CITY, j j London, March Conrr of Com i mon Council to-day unanimously adopt-; ed a resolution conferring rhe honor- jary freedom of tne city on Theodore jRoosevelt in recognition of "the r'ris- languished manner in which he filled !the office of President of the United States, and for UIR eminent .services i which he rendered the cause of civili-, ;sation and the promotion of amicable inflations hdween foreign nations." i Mr. Roosevelt will visit Condon in i ithc middle of May. The document! ronferrinir ilu; freedom of the city on i us wiil he presented to him in raskot at the library of the Guihl-' THE STRENGTH THAT'S NEEDED of price by The T, Milbura Co., Toronto, Ont. When ordering specify of a Kopnhlic has paid in the; German embassy since {he Franco-Prussian war, it has created much comment. Sunlight Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There arc no injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite holss in even the most delicats fabric. arc offer- ed to anyone iinding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. IfMioivr. for ilie tnnvinc child, he ir.nn who brawn am] who needs brain, identifies with -IK- bake stuffs that we t-aeh dav iron- bakery. WE HAVE CAKES AND PIES 'hall prior to the civic lunrheou in tiiei hali. HnlloMn. Washington. Mar.. 2. Roekfellor foundation is incor- by a bill introduced in the It uncle; tin' the ;ourh .to the is TO provide 'i method for; nioal that iin? been made good by D. Rockefeller ;o dispose of his i fine broad and rolls. Fresh enormous wealth in a manner bone-. dr-livcred at your Ooor every day. i final jnan kind. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. The rate id discount of the Bank of; England remained nnrhangel ;i; thrt-n per cent, todav. City Bakery PHONE ;