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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, March al its bes through the CALLING ON ROSIN A Photicwtaph L- The world's best entertainers, the head-liners of the vaudeville shows) the stars of the oixrras, the good composers, band leaders and orches- tra conductors are making Records for the Edison Phonograph. All of them are repre- sented in our catalog. Why do they consent to make Records for the Edison Phonograph? Because they believe that the Edison Phonograph will do them, real justice, giving them the most artistic reproduction. When you listen to an Edison Record played by an Edison Phonograph, you hear the orig- inal just as it was sung or played. Can you do this with any other instrument? Kdison Phonographs can had from to S162.50 Kdison Standard Records......40 Kdisnn Aniberol Records twice as long) .65 Edison Grand Opera SSc. to There are Kdison dealers everywhere. Go to thenevcct and bear the Kdtson Phonograph pJay both Edison Standard And Amberol Records and get complete catalogs from your or iron) us. NATIONAL PHONOGRAPH COMPANY 100 N. J.. U-S.A, KAYO LAMP U s Wjh grade lamp fold at t low pries. lames that coat Bon but there Is no better lamp si SHT piioa. The Burner, Wick, til Yltal thinin in a Ump; paru of the RAYO LAM? are conitructcd and there is notMnf Boiro in the art of could add to value of the RAYO as a lig ht-jrivtng derlce. Salable fo? any room in the house. Every dealer everywhere, If not at vonrs, write for circalar to Arent of The imperial Oil Company, limited. Victoria, March thejcial government opened its sessions! debate upon he second reading of j here to-day. Free trade in insurance the railway bill "was concluded after Hon. W. J. Bowser being heard ai length in reply to the criii- cisms of J. H. Hawthornwak. The was advocated by S. Y. Wooton on behalf of joint stock companies, E. J. Palmer of Chemainus and D. Kerr of the Brackman Kerr [Milling Com- commission appointed by the provin- pany. I 1 1 i i 1 I I i I I Notice! J. Tuff has removed his business from the Union Grocery on Ashmead St. to the Westminster Store opposite the South Alberta Lumber offices on Westminster Road and will direct his whole attention to the Westminster Store. }Ir. Tuff thanks the many patrons of the Union Grocery and hopes to see them at the Westminster Store. I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I 1 OLLNICK 1i a bachelor. had beea dining with the and coffee produced letter. "Host curious thing, this Tessdale said. "Good paper, writ- tan in the most extreme fashion- able stilted hand and with the as- of one expects to be understood. Says she known I'll be Clad to.hear has to Chicago and expects to remaia permanently, and I wiH come to her, with graceful refereaees to our former friendship. 'Rosins and I dont kaow aad nsrer knew any Roslafc HfUh! I even heard of a humaa n sated "And I beltete oerroborated Mrs. Teesdale, a trife defiantly, catch- lag Gollukk'i eye. Ootlakk hastened to reaolre his face mio a picture of trust and faith. he said. -How extraordlmaryS" He flngersd thoughtfully the note which Then the idea struck "Of he said to Tessdale, "It wouldn't proper (or you, a married man, to pay any attaation to this note. You couldn't so it, you know. Could he, Mrs. Your role is to treat It with a co'Jd resenre if not a suspicious contempt. But it would be entirely correct for me to answer it, Tessdale? Now, wouldn't "I'd kind of like to get to the bottom of the confessed Tessdale. "I'd like to know who Rosins really is." r "Go on and answer urged Mrs. Tessdale, who was 'cheerfully without scruples when Tessdals was not con- cerned. Thereupon Gollnlck answered the note on Mrs. Tesidale's beat station- ery. His was a, beautiful note, con- sidered from all points. It was the acme of polite Interest, of courteous pleasure in the fact that Chicago was from now on to be blessed with the presence of Rosina of deftly vague references to mysterious past days when they had known each other, of intimations that the .writer would be charmed to pick up again the thread of their acquaintance. And Gollnick signed it with Tessdaie's name. "I have he insisted. "She wrote to you. didn't she? She doesn't know me, does "She's welcome to know said Tessdale, "for all of ma. All right, let her w Bo Gollnlck iaaile4 the letter oa his way that might Three days later Mrs. Tess4ala telephoned him that there-was an aad Goll- nlck hastened to Me friend's1 house. He wee in- tereei in BaeUa Htteh fooltaick al- ways said that a persom ceuld be Judged by the way er she wrote a letter, 1 lean's letter had Tery The -was more so. She seM ehe'4 gla4 to aee Tessdaie the Best eTeeUmg. Tra OeJasrh yev eesit teok Uke mer ob- Jectod doee that maker' Mite Hat Did Any Good After Suffering Tortures For Years, This Lady Found Happy Relief In "Fruit-a- Prankviile, Out., June nth, 1908. I have received most wonderful benefit from taking "Fruit-a-lives." I suffered for years from headaches and pain in the back, and I consulted doctors and took every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began taking "Fruit- SLAUGHTER SCORES OF .DOGS Kosult of Death of John Taylor, of Hamilton Hamilton, Mar. 3. The deaht of young John Taylor from rabies hus been followed 'by the killing of over one hundred dogs here. Sixty were killed at the notmds. Three doctors j who viewed the boys sufferings .went several boxes altogether, and now I am entirely welt of all my dreadful head- aches and backaches. dogs. One prominent dlizen jjlaught- ered a two hundred dollar dog. BOTH COUNTRIES WILL PERMIT TONNAGE TAXES Ottawa, March action of the United States Congress yesterday in amending the iPayiie-AWiKch tariff law so as to remit tonnage taxes on Canadian vessels at American ports! on the Great Lakes will ne followed by a similar action by the Canadian ;overninent. OF CANADA .ESTABLISHED IMS Total AiMts Oct. 30, 1900 Over to a Farmer, a Merchant, a Business Mail, Firmer Corporation, a School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken for collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Money loaned on easy terms. Highest current rate of Interest paid on Savings deposits. or upward starts an account. Main Office cor. Round Redpath SU I J. R. ANDERSON Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward 1 Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Baillie, Manager. (ATOM I take" Fruit-a-tives occasionally still, but I am quite cured of a trouble that was said to be incurable. I give this testimony voluntarily, in order that others who suffer as I suffered may 'try this 'wonderful medicine and be cared." (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON. "Fruit-a-lives" are sold by all dealers at 500 a box, 6 for 12.50 or trial box, 250 sent post-paid on receipt of by Limited, Ottawa, TO MAKE AGREEMENT A PERMANENT TREATY. Berlin, March German-Can- adian economic association lias decl-j ded to begin work immediately on preliminaries for the conversion of the new commercial agreement into a permanent treaty of commerce andj to invite all manufacturers and ex- porters concerned to assist associa- tion in task of safe guarding German interests in Canadian markets. Alexander Butts, associated editor of the Kansas Star is dead. He had been with the Star forty years. QoUalek. with malicious "Tarn Roema never net eyes oo yvut" SomotlaMC, much, aa he liked Goll- aick, Teesaaie was greatly irritated hy kirn, and this waa of the times. "Don't you fet into any he growled. Not that he wanted to emit on Rqeiae. hameelf, somehow he felt tfcat OeUftick was too super- abttndaaUy Jeytal m hia freedom to do Safety Deposit Boxes THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Are now occupying their new offices Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent C. G. K. NOURSE, Manager s> The Molsons Bank Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 76 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Kates Accounts of All Kinds Curried upon Favorable 'Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deuosit at highest rates Letttrifce Braach, Redpitk St. K. D. JOHNSON, Maaager Diamond City Branch, D. C. MORRISON, Manager "I'm OollDlok He carefully for that call. It wm an adTcature aad ke via Meted.' Not kte college kad eictUd. He did go far aa to lay that Hasina vaa tall, with of dark hair and large aarared was caarmtng. Ska aaat frava those Hiemberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track I Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Transfer Co. 'LONG BROS. i Office'next Arcade Bhonell63 JUbertB and Co. LETHBRIDGE. Koaiaa had given was a good arcane, and it was a As Goll- nick w4iiW. it '.BTltinc reception his grtw. He knew at JamUylwas right scrt. He to his as he heard he.' coming. Wiia the Cotoaseom doing a Eigsaa: waits Vfore his startled Goll- n'ck found hbamlf hoUinc the hand of a plamp, motherly woman of 60. with her hair parted and smoothed down. It surely was a basqne she had nothing more modern! "Why. wliere's Tommy the nice wotnxa asked at once. "I haren't tergotten what hr. looked liXe. thougk I karen't leen Kim wince he was a boy, whea I rislted his mother. I west through the seminary with his dear mother, acd i he was my best friend! Has anything As been said, GoHnlck Is a rery elerer man. He looked itraigtt Into the kindly eyes Kqsina Hitch, the woman with a for stationery. "1 came hi Tessdaie's he aa5d.x was deUlsed by busi- He will Ve Tery glad to see you, Mrs. Hitch. He and his wife." "Fancy Tommy Tessd ale Warned Rosins. Hitch, down. "Tzll me all aibout him G. N. McLean T General Teaming Phone 1089 Coal must be paid for on OF CANADA delivery Managua, Nicaragua, (March 3hamonro has broken through the ines of the gbverament troops which attempted to surround him at Jtata- a.Ipa, and is reported to aave taken the direction of Tenrabona., General Rivs, c JURY BRING VERDICT OF GUItT AGAINST YOUNG Parry Sound, March Jury in the Davis Murder case after being out for onlly a few minutes last night returned a verdict. charging Young or Paterson, as he. sometimes calls himself, "with wilful murder. Eipress and Wap for Hire Prompt Service Phone 585 and 1023 Farquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Railroad and Mine Ties P.O. Box 304 Fernie, B.C. M J J ;