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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TES THE LRnmnifxiK DAIMT HKFALU Member For Red Deer WHal is Expected To 1U> Memorable Speech OTTAWA. March (lly Vlrsl reading wus given to a bill Introduced lu Ihe house of com- mons by 3. K. Lambtou speech oil the address, pleasure that chance had given fieorge "Foster the opportunity of lead- the government during Ino first Cession lu (lie now house. Ha ranfirat utati'd the ai-tlng prime Minister uti his recent wbieb. he said, hart been delivered with aH Sir George's vivacity and ions may he lie spared to grace East, this afternoon, to luring ship- tlic halls of parliament ami teai-h. the plug 'oil Inland waterways under the 1 young Idea how to shoot." said Jurisdloiiou of tho Dominion railways Clark amid laughter ami applause. commission. -Mr. Armstrong presei'tcd a similar bill last session, but It was not adopt- ed. Mr! Mackenzie asked It the government had any announcement to make as appointments to 1bo board of mauager.iem of the Canadian Nat- ional Hallways. Hon. Dr. field, minister of railways: mutter lias not yet been finally decided." Mr. Mackenzie King: "When is It likely to Mj "N'ot for a few days." replied Dr. llcid. Robson's Resignation The reference In the address to the of Nations ami the establish meat of an labor office souiule-i the note vSon wounded I fuul trUl, soldier feH from a balcoujr Hooker. at Remove From Stomach, and 405 Fifth Street Sou JUST oprosm THAT WELL-KNOWN c SILVER GRILL Better Meat foi Less Money Accept "California" Syrop of Ffgn for the name California on the package, Uien you are sure yotar child is'having the best and most harmless laxative or physic tor tha little stomach, lirer and boireli.' Child- ren love Us delicious fruitr tute. Full directions for child's dose on each bot- tle. Oive it with Mother! You must say "California." A'beggar onco asked for flvo-cts. lie got smile was Intts. He said with a roar: "I've fifteen A Scotch, highball I'll Imrats." i operating on all markets and iho the conduct of buslne among tfTe commission agents ai dealers. The objects of tho Exchange istabMsh 'and icaintain a com- mercial Mchange for the benefit and furtherance of all interests directly IS OUR MOTTO HAVING SECURED THE BEST MEATS ABLE WE WILL SELL ON SATURDAY Extra duke Bed at, per b. U Good Roast Beef at, per fc................15 Legs Mutton, per Ib...... Shudder MottM, per Mild Cored Bacon, per ft.'. 3-fc. PaB Lard We Have New Laid aad No. 1 Butter a Littk Below the Rest i connected with the buying and selling oi live stock, to establish uniformity in the trade, und to provide speedy of businesB ,disputes. A series of articles on live stock yardu and exchanges appears in tlio January number of The Agricultural Gai- The-record1 price, of the world for n cttc. These articles present the facts carpet, It Is said, was reached in.'.Us tho'operalion of stock yards, sale of the effects oi Captain Do js pointed out that the stock yarn in Xcw York City recently. A ;s a semi public iusllttitlon openitcd great Persian carpet, ahotit twenty 1 as a''public market nnd'its tHislnesa four by fourteen feet in brought j js the -warebonsiiig of- live stock. Its or nearly 5170 a square foot. great advanlngc is that it provides It was known as the Ardebil carpet, and wasL made In the sixteenth cen- tury for a mosque in the, PerslanVcity of that name. ------r Under the heading "Bursts Duds" "the American Lo'gion Weekly." E WE ARE AWAY WITH A mcxlhtin whcro the men with live stock to soil linrt buyers and buyers Mud Hvc stock. AN INGENIOUS has this, though the heading might iu Ihls rase have been sliiiiily stoppctl twlay at a bargain sale." "Diil you see'acyi.hlng looked "Yes, severarmeo waUiu their wives." tbat g for Calgary Herald. It has remained for a thrifty Swed- ish farmer in Southern' Saskatchewan to make game of the phrase, "Keep- ing tho wolf from the' door." He has found it exceedingly profitable to cultivate that animal just as the far- mers down In Prince -Edward Island have 'been-' trying to domesticate the fox. While this Ingenious Swede has failed' to tamo the fox's more savage cousin, ho haa managed to regale him restively in his backyard. Ho In- A recent book quotes Whistler's reply to Oscar Wilde as perhaps-the happiest example, of the artist's wit. Wilde, 11 seems, though a wit In his own right, had a habit of borrowing vented this new zoological method of the good things of his neighbors with- f making money, owing to the high rate out giving them credit. On the occa-1 of mortality among the horses of sion referred to Whistler, was iiiiiucC'u, first, by Compare (he above prices and the quality of meats. you get with other markets; also our Buller and Egg prices. There is no reason why you should pay more. You can say, money by dealing at this market. Palace Meat Market 13th. Phone 431 an exhibition of his work, and was. tlic center of a small group of friends. The art critic of the.London a somewhat pompous 'camo up Und said Jin patronizing tones to picture :ls lovely'blt of etc. But thai one Is bad, of drawing, you knoiv.k etc., 'etc." said Whistler, "you must never say that that -palnling's good or bad, neve'! Good .and bad are not terras to be I like this, and 1 rtfs- you'll be within your rigW.i'5 Anil'now come and have whtskjyfor you'rc-surt to like Wilde, carried auray by the witty,'WiistlET, "1 wlshT had-saw "Toil will, Oscar, yon was.tfie artist's lightning like thrust. shortage of foilder, second, because o SAFEGUARDING THE LIVE STOCK INDUSTRY. (At .nicsent'. we arc finding two of 1 feel sorry for boys v don't, have, POST TOASTIES says EXPLOSION COMPLETELY WRECKS PLANT SAT., MAR. 6th At eight o'clock tomorrow we will open in the Alexandra Hotel the a complete range of .High Grade Men's Wear. Our prices will always be consistent with the quality of goods we sell. The H. C. of L. commission are at liberty to investigate our profits at any time. We just want a fair margin on our goods. We will sell only goods of good quality. We will give you the best service we can. We will stand behind everything you buy. We will exchange anything not satisfactory. SOME OF THE WELL LINES WE CARRY: 20th Century and Broadway and English Jaeger, Tress and Eastern and Arrow and Jaeger and Holeproof Penmans, Stan- fields and Jaeger other well-known lines of men's wear. j N You will be satisfied if you buy your Men's Wear here. We please those who want the. best. BERT. KESTER Men's Shop ON THE CORNER PHONE 615 The above "photo Shows nil that rcmalna ot llio largo wagon plant ot fRl IJrolhers, after'an explosion, wliitb was followetl by lire. ;