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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Silent Salesmen Showcases as a means of displaying your goods are unrivaled. Ota- system of manufacture en- ables us to offer you high grade salesmen at prices you caunot secure elsewhere. Write us. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tlltonburg, Ont. ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEN Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge Dally Herald, Saturday, March SOME IN'S AND OUT'S OF THE POLITICAL SITUATION AT THE CAPITAL THIS WEEK Was Weak and Nervous, Mr. Paul Poull, Que., 4- Heart Would ......_. Stop Beating. five years if o I "4- "4- up all hope of 444444444 getting bettei d heart trouble. I would nearly chpte, aud then my heart would stop beating. I could not lie on my left side, and became BO nervous and weak I could not work. A friend told me to try Milbunva Heart and Nerve Pills, tod before the first box was taken I almost well, and the second box com- pleted the cure. I have advised many others to try them, and they have all cured of the same trouble. I have offered to payjfcr a box for anybody they do act cure." Milburn'i Heart and Nerve Pills are a for all diseases or disorders arising from the heart or nerve system. They make the weak heart strong and the shaky firm by imparting a strengthening and restorative influence to every organ, and tissue of the and curing palpi- tation of the heart, dizziness, sleeplese- ness, ansemia, twitching of the sensation of "pins and general debility, lack of vitality, etc. Price, 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for 51.25 at all dealers, or mailed direct OB :eceipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. FOR BALL PARK Washington, March Wash- ington baseball club of the American league has purchased from the Tot- ten estate the ball park it lias used foi some years.-It is said the price was about Edmonton, March agony is over. Tliat eminent preacher of this gospel the "New Liberalism" in Alberta, Richard Bedford Bennett, the junior member for Calgary shot his bolt at 23.27 o'clock (prairie time) last night. For the past sev- eral weeks an effort has been madu by a huneli ot political conspirators to wreck the Rutherford administra- tion, and during that time the head- front, and consulting actuary was Mr. Burnett, although he posed as i merely "an interested outsider." The time was considered ripe for a coup d'etat, and the material was found in a bunch of disgruntled mem- bers who were thought to have griev- ances against the government. Mr. Gushing was seen and was taken vj> to the high mountain and promised that everything would be his if lie would assist in ousting his colleagues Bennett did not desire to be premier, Gushing could have that and be wel- come, but Michcner, Red Deer, who had pledged himself to support the Liberal party, would be in tlie inet, and of course, Mr. Boyle, of Sturgeon, and Riley, of 'fileiehen, would hold down portfolios. All Bennett desired was that hu should be master of the administra- tion and consulting actuary ant: de- fender of the "New Liberalhi'ji" in. time of stress and contention, when the rapids were near and there were breakers ahead. For weeks past the conspiracy had been working overtime, not only on every lawful day but on Suadays in- cluded, and the rotunda of the King Edward Hotel and the private ib'ws were the scenes of comings and go- ings amongst the members who were looked upon as good material and were to he initiated into the myster- ies of the "New' Liberalism" whose prophet was Bennett. During that time the air was full of rumors of graft on the part of cer- tain members of the administration and the chiefs in the cause of Abdull- ara endeavored to impress upon those they desired to be Abdullamites .that, during the debate, such exposures would be made on the floor of the house, of incompetency and wrong do- ing on the part of the Rutherford ad- ministration that no elean man would stay near the Augean stable. QUOTED THE SCRIPTURES After days passed and although Boyle and Gushing and Riley and Roberts and others spoke no one dar- ed to hint that there had been any malversation for b'oodling on the part of any member of the administration, made his explanation regarding .his resignation'from the cabinet, he had alluded to the fact that a special train containing-members of the Al- bem and Great Waterways Railway mcnt of that gentleman and availed company to finance the project and himself of the protection of Mr. cited from the good book which ht I againsit tiie counter attack U'at Was Inadc upon bim by Mr- Cross was always pleased to quote: "Where the carcass is there will eagles be gathered but lie did .not care to couple the name of any member of the government with the quotation. And while he was speaking another special train was on the track be- tween Calgary and Edmonton and in that there there was an eagle strong in pinion and power who had evident- ly received another scriptural injunc- tion: "Come over to Macedonia (Ed- monton) to help us." The "New Liberals" apparently were afraid that not one reputation carcass but several would be spread over the floor of the legislature if any thing were attempted in the shape of personality unless their newly ac- quired guide, philosopher and friend, was on the job. And so that gentleman was forced to pay one plunk a minute to overtake with a special train the regular train at Red Deer to gain the capital where it Providence interfered, the vote would be taken that would blast for- ever the hopes of the "New Liberal- ism" in Alberta. But although a dramatic entrance to the chamber was made bv Bennett, and Boyle, who was addressing Mr. Speaker, and the house was so taken by surprise that he gasped like a chicken with the pip between a com- ma and a semi-colon in his speech. The of [rood moncv he had blown Not once, but several .times, was he forced to say, "I accept the state- ment of the honorable regardless of the fact that in so do- ing he was leaving the senior mem- ber for Calgary, whom he had dragg- ed into the -affray, in a most humil- iating position. Thi- latter, like the left bridegroom in Young Lochinvar, "Said never a word." That is the story of the man who went out to shear and was shorn. These are the facts in connection with one of the most disreputable at- tempts that ever was made in a deli- berative body in Canada to besmirch an administration, and that it was done deliberately and not on the spur of the moment by Mr. Bennett, was apparent to every one who watched the proceedings from the press gal- lery. H had the earmarks of having been rehearsed. -The dramatic appeal for corroboration to the senior member for Calgary, which was repudiated by Mr. Bennett later on when he accept- ed the unqualified denial b'y the at- torney-general, had every appearance of anyone who watch ed the attitude of Messrs. Hoadley, Michener and Riley, could not but be convinced that the throwing Of the bomb was fully expected by them. The action was not in harmony with the loud profession of honesty, integrity and patriotism that had been the keynote of Mr. Bennett's Pages The Alexandra Hotel. Exclusively on the European Plan in-his Tarn O'Shariter ride was lost! address earlier in the day, and will for the DVI-Otechnics did not start -staild to the discredit of the junior that night. FIREWORKS DISPLAY The fireworks display did not start J until last evening. Bennett, during member for Calgary for ever and a day. Mr. Bennett should have left the Guy Fawkcs part of the business to the afternoon, began his onslaught on j of tlie smallcr amongst the the Government. Like Tarn O'Shan-j "berals. ter's ..wife, "Me had been nursing his wrath to keep it 'and for an hour or so in the latter end of the Siblc that onc otr morc real grafters afternoon he delighted a crowded raay be and a few heretofore of language the briBht rcPlltations besmirched before, the battle is closed, and it is said the damage will be to the professed of whom Mr. Bennett the door Us wide open for recrimination, it is quite pos- is the prophet. F u R N I T U R E Home Furnished Actual value, PARLOR Davenport, 1 arm chair. I lady's secretary. 1 rocker. 1 Morris chair. 1 parlor table. 2 pair lace curtains. I carpet 7 ft 6x9ft. OR THIS SUITE DINING-ROOM 1 extension table. 5 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 mattress. 2 feather pillows. Dresser and stand. I chair. 1 carpet 7 ft. 6x9ft. 1 pair blankets. 1 comforter. OR THIS SUITE Thii outfit on display in our window. KITCHEN 1 kitchen table. Hanging Mirror. 10 yds. of oilcloth. 1-2 doz. tea cups. 1-2 noz. fniit plates. 1-2 doz. dinner plates. 1-2 doz. tea plates. Stepladder. OR THIS Some of were, loaned tc the theatre and show very slight usage. This is Your Oppor- tunity F U R N I T U R E Lethbridge Furniture Co. house with a flow legislature had never heard'the like for Bennett is a great speaker, a manip- ulator of words, and if he could think! CW Liberals' us rapidly as he talks, would be a marvel oratory. I would not say that he is eloquent and cog- ent in reasoning, rather he is foxy, but he knows how to tickle tlie ears of the. groundlings, and in an "ad cap standum" speech, has few equals. But like "Single Speech" Hamilton, when you have heard him once, you know what to expect next time, and 'in every address there is the same appeal to loyalty, to honor, to integ- rity to remember what is coming to our sons and our son's' sons, and to i D. McGillicuddy. LYCEUM BILL At the Lyceum next week Manager Brown will present one of the 'best vaudeville bills ever given in Lethbridge. Five that tiave just closed a successful week in Calgary; wm fte on the bill. V t 4- the generations not yet born, to inhe- j J A A A t rit principles that differentiate right V V V V v from wrong, which proclaim him to be the defender of the faith as it was transmitted to the political saints, the one man in the country who'holds up the pillars of the constitution, the Israelite, politically in whom there is no guile. After recess he continued his ad- dress, 'and for an hour or two made a good fist of it, although he used ev- ery art, sophis- tic, 10 prove black was white, and white was no color at all, in so far as the administration was concerned. They were bad 'from start to finish, according to his say so; there was none of them too good; no not onc. Had he stopped when he was through using minor personalities ag- ainst members of the Government, no one could find much fault with him. That was hisvjob, and he had a per- fect right to work overtime at it. But when he undertook to state that the men who -had received the con- tract for building the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway were not only men of no account, but were promoters and crooks, who had no intention of building and operating the road, but who merely desired to reach their hands in the provincial treasury with the purpose of looting it, he overstepped all legitimate criticisms "and he made statements, practically the privilege of parlia- ment, thai he would not dare to! make outside of the sacred precincts of the legislative chamber. And Mr. LOGICAL ECZEMA CURE ENDORSED BY PHYSICIANS Dr. R. A. Folkerts, of Duluth, Minn. tells of his success in treating patients with -D. D. D. Prescription.. "Tuere was a man here suffering from eczema for the last fourteen years, and I applied the D. D. D. treat- ment. 1 also applied it to a man of West Duluth, iMinn.. who has been suffering with Eczema in his feet, and the second treatment. 5n botih cases cleared the skin almost absolutely. The first application is a balm, and its soothing effect is- beyond expres- sion. I shall never be without i't and shall use it among my patients alto- Hurrah for the Queen of Lethbridge Hotels Now Open to the Public No money spared to make it what Lethbridge should have, as one of the leading cities of the Moderate Prices Will Prevsul Everybody Welcomed N. H. MURRAY, Proprietor BRONCHITIS, SORK THROAT HOARSENESS CROUP, MA, PAIN or TIGHTNESS IN CHKST and all BRON- CHIAL LUNG TROUBLES is nothing U eqtuU Dr. Norway Pine Syrup. It contain all the virtue, of the world fcmou, Norway pin. tree, combined with Wild Cherry Bark and the .oothinF, healing and expectorant Tf other excellent and barka M M MAJESTIC THEATRE Vasty Coujh Cured. 'TWimdi.tr, T "I .__ T troubled vitii ty hackinf cough tot the different a lot remedies try Dr. Wood's Norway by ew Tht price 'of Dr. Wood'. Norway Pin, P CWIU b of pint n. bC 8Ufe mn< none of the many s-jhstitute. original Norway gyrup Manufacture-! onlv liv T. MUbtm 'A. Limited. Toronto. Ont. No matter liow terribly you suffer from eczema, salt rheum, ringworm, etc. you will feel instantly soothed and the itch allayed at once .when a few drops of this compound of oil of win- tergreen. thymol, glycerine etc., is ap- plied. The cures seem to be perman- ent and we recommend it unhesitat- ingly. Johnston and Jackson, drug- gists. For free trial bottle of D. D. D. Prescription write to the D. D. D. Laboratory, Department L. J-I.r 23 Jordan street. Toronto. Bennett knows it. These men were in no position to reply to him on the floor of the House, and there is only one word to characterize his action, cowardly. But to use another scriptural quo- tation, "The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the and 3 Snaps Bennett met his Waterloo when in cri- JTnrdwarc Business. tici7.ing his address, he made a vio- lent attack upon the attorney-general! and insinuated that that honorable member had been guilty of an trmpt at graft in connection with the jo installation of the automatic telr-' phone service in Calgaiy. Bennett had called upon the scr.ior member for Calgary to corroborate his statement, and that honorable, gentleman had replied. "It is substan j tially when Attorncy-Gener-' al Cross rose in his place and nounced the statement as a ate lie, and proceeded to show the mean and contemptible effort of Bennett to stampede the members of i I the House. BENXETT COWERED Jiennctt, cowering before the right- eous indignation of the attorney-gen- eral, immediately accepted the statc- Fiirnitiirc Business. her ss. -Apply fli once- The Lethbridpp o Land and Coal Co. Bank cf Commerce Building ANNUITIES ACT AMENDED BY SENATE Ottawa, March In the senate to- day the bill amending the .Annuities Ace was given third reading-. Senator Frost moved that the bill be amended hy reducing the rates charged for an- nuities to women to the' same rafes as those charged to men. In this age when women were work- ing beside men at veriiaps less re- muneration there hardly seemed jus- tification for the application of British longevity to Canadian conditions, and that higher rates be charged women than men here. He thought the pro- test of the -Women's Council of Can- ada was well rounded and that his Wednesday Evening, March 9th LETHBRIDGE Choral Full Chorus and Orchestra PLAN NOW OPEN AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE E. A. CUNNINGHAM, Pre.. ANDREW TILLEY, Mu.ic.I Director MISS JESSIE ANDERSON, Accompanist D. H. ELTON, Sir Richard CartwrigSrt said that, though desirous of granting the mo: tion it was beyond his power as the result of the motion -would add to the financial burden of the country. Such legislation could not originate However, statistics were all against them and indicated that women lived longer than men. The ladies therefore could take con- solation from the fact that if they pay a little more they would get a little more through living longer. Senator Frost withdrew his amend- ment and the bill passed. Senator bill to amend the exchequer court act was reported from committee and now stands for! third reading. It authorizes suit to be brought against ttie government] for injury to persons or property on T or near a public work through care-! 4- lessliess of a public employee. Third reading was given following bills: To facilitate prosecutions for ore! stealing. i Inspecting ihe Northern Empire! Railway company. To incorporate the Weybura Secur-! -f ity Bank. j For the relief of Cecilia (Mariaj -f Fringle. For the relief of Ada Anne Reed. THE OPENING OF THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The new Alexandra Hotel had a. great opening yesterday. The cafe was crowded with people all the time. N. H. Murray, the proprietor, had per- fect arrangements for the opening, and com ent was unanimous tnat Mr. Murray has got one of the best ap- pointed paces anywhere, and. that there is nothing better in Western During the day and last evening a six-piece orchestra enter- tained the hundreds of guests at the Cafe. :New premises, new furniture, new dishes, all under excellent man- agement, combined with the new chief cook and his assistants to make the Alexandra what Mr. Murray in- tends it to be, a place where people will delight to go. The Varsity hockey team of Winni- peg decided tonight to call off their eastern trip as the season is getting ,ate. WATCH FOR THE C. T. EVENT M M H M M M 4 4 H M M M M M M MM -f BIG FIRE IN NEW YORK New York. March that: broke out last night in the apartments i of Jacob Weitheim. president of Miiiiumcturing association on I the eleventh floor of the Alwyn court, one of the handsomest apartment! houses in the city, burned downward j to the eighth floor and did damage. j 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. Heer is absolutely pure, being entirely free from disease-laden germs, so frequently found in milk 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 Letnbndge urewing Malting Co., Ltd. -f -f 1 4- PHONE NO. 554. H H H ;