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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 9, TWE LETHBRroOE DAILY HERALD TiTCJWlay, Marcb 7,1911. Tea Spoils with Age No tea is fit to c^rink after it is two yean old. Hiat ia the age limit of tea quality and benefit The belt tM ia the freahaat. **S>I>�U** Tea owes much of iu world-wide reputation to its aale freah from the plantation. The leaves are fresh picked eveiy week the year . 'round; then drii^d, soirte|l^iliBid packed^ in mr-tight lead packages. EvieV*^ve weeks b new picking of 'SalMft** comes fresh from plantation to purekaser. Bulk toM, carried y��r after jrear, lose their freshneaa. Yeuly Stim Ora 10,000,000 PaciasM iUh yeur vrecer for " Sala^a" Ts* or Hud tar  frtc trial packase which makM 25 cupt e( dciicious tea. We will mail It to TOU without ohartc. Say whether -ou use Blacli, Mixed or Gr��n Tea and ttm price vou pay per pound. The "Salada" Tea Co. 32 YaB�� Street Toroat* SEHLER'S HOME WAS DESTROIED RESERVED judgement in the Much Discussed Warner Liquor Case Warner. .March 6.-Judgment in the eases against Dr. Steele of this nUn'o for selling liquor without a lloense. �was reserved by Justice of the Pe.ire Kenney until Saturday. The prose-; cutorwas f!. iVin-raons, license inspector. A young man amed Crady swore to having purchased two pint bottles, of whiskey frj\i Dr. Steele. S. .'. Shephenl appeared for the pros*cii-tioo and r.. A. FnvAh for the dointe. BRYCE IS TO VISIT onAWA Mr. Morgan, of Kliinon-dale Lo^eg His House niifl Contents (SpecinI to the Herald; Kinnondale, March 3.-The neigh-! bors of Kinnoudnlo were surprised to sw srrKike in dense clouds issuitig from Cyril .1 Morgan's shack, and I manv started to see for themselves what it was Mt, Miocgan, however, had iiotii^ed it at once and was busv >arryinK out things, but as the fire : oriitiuatcil M. the top of the shack hfi was siK>n coii\peilod to leave all inside U' rhv mercy of the fianies. Mr , .Son?.'! will', only a quarter n! a mile a�a\-. wn.s on liaud in a verv short ti.'iio. 1)111 wTts unable to get into the buildiii;; on account of the heuf. Thir-i teen in'mhhors also turned out, but, i alttuui^'h tlifv tried lo pull off the ides ihev saved nothint;. as the wind was blowing very hard. The builrtinp; wa.s completely destroyed in twenty minutes. f^rep.i rat ions were made to save the ctial, etc.. in the cellar, bvit the You Take Ko Bisk Cur RepuSatien and Monsy Is Ba�k �f TMa Of far Wc pasr far all the nedidne uaaC durlDff tba triMl. tt our remeAr tslla to completely relieve yon of oonatipS' tlon. We take all the risk. Vou are not obligated to ua In any way what-) ever. If you nccoyt our otter. Could arrihlnK bo moru fair for you? la thoie Any roaeon why y\3\i should hea-UAto to put our claims to a praotloal The md�l scientific, comtnon-sanse trsRlrjent la Rsxall Orderlies, which are eaten like candy. They are very pronoiiBced. iroatle and pleasant In action, aad parUc/larly agreeable in every way. They do not cause diarrhoea, nauBoa, flatulence, ^plng or any Inoonvenleice whatever. Rexall Orderlies are pnr.lcuUrly good for children, aged KUd delicate persons. V^'e urge you to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes. 10c and 3.5c. Hetnember you r;an get Rexall Remedies in this com III unity only at our store-The Raxall :More. J. U. Hlg-inbotham & Co., t.ta., special agents. NOW FACES A THEH CHARGE GALT Prominent Winnipeg Conservative Wholesaler Favors Reciprocity Wlnnlpag, March 7,-Aakad for hia opinion on reclproolty, John Oalt, of G. F. and J. Gait, virhole-, sals oroesriss, snd who has 1>waya bsen aaaoelatad with the Conaerva-tlve party, aald: "( think It must increaaa the value and attractlvenaaa of our lands by widening the market for thair producta, and I do not yet aee that our relatlona with the Mother Country must be disturbad or our Interprovlnelal trade he Injurloue-ly affected by the agreement." Charging that she stole some weeks ago, 11 watch from .Mrs. Hlgnham, daughter of Mrs. Bradbeer. a warrant- Ottawa, March 7 - -Vmbassador Bryce will pay what has come to be regarded as liis customary annua! oi-Ilcfal visit til Ottawa during; this week, ^'.alters will be discussed iif-fcctinfT relations between Canada and the I. nit.rd States in which Mr Hryce's goo.d offices may be required .\o particular sis;nificance anent thi' reciprocity agreement is attached to the visit RESOLUTIONSOF APPREGATION WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE The city council this afternoon passed two motions of appreciation of the late Alderman TlUey and of the late Fire Chief Kilkenny. The former read. "Whereas it has pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst .Andrew Tllley, alderman of this, city, and -MisB Ruby M. Rothwell. a well known literary- woman of Ottawa, is dead. During Ibe three sessions of the late Congress, no fewer than 3.3,015 bills were passed, besides 1,500 resolutions of various kinds. There is a report that the Royalists have ousted the Republicans from Vigo In .\orth Portugal. The Brandon branch of the Grain Growers' Association expressed approval of the reciprocity agreemont, their only regret beln^ that the duty agricultural implements had not 'door K'Tve wav before the buildins; i''^��� yesterday afternoon issued tor i was burned, and the stove fell In and i"'^ a"'^st of Loulae Perrltt. the young � the coal was soon alight, Muchi^""' "'"^ aPy��r�i^\ would conquer the fire. Next iHigij River. moriiinE, liowever, it was discovered j She was arrested by Chief Lawton that lliC coal was well alight, so at -Macleod while on her way to High some nriiihbiiis and Mr. MorRuii River in company with a Salvation-tlucu it out and .saved but very lit-,--\rmy officer. Detective R:j;an went tie Tlic tin-, sits .Mr .Morftan, start to Macleod last night and will bring I cd from t!u' r�>iie-Iialf storey upstairs -Mr. Morgan puts the loss down at over $30(1. there being much proper!v of the owners and also his hrotlicr's in the building .\ tin cash bo.'c ot deeds, etc , with .510 in cash, was also burned. MACKENZIE NOT GOING TO STAND FAVORS RECIPROCITY DUKE OF ARGYLE NOT ALARMED whereas during bis term of office hei�� freely and eladly gave zealous .\nd In-i''^�n removed. tellieent service, which commanded James Roland, a prisoner on parole, the respect of his colleagues in ofilce]^i"oke his parole at Windsor by goini; j end the community at large; lie it;lnro the United States. He wa.s cap-therefore resolved that we, as repre-; tared and was taken to the peniten-sontatlves of the city of Lethb.'ldjje tian- at Kingston. In council assembled, do extend to The first shlp.ment of rails for the Mrs. Tllley and family the sympathy B. C. section of the C. X. R. has ar-of the people of this city In the loss rived at Fort Mann. The company they have sustained, and be it 'ur h-jrjhas ordei-ed yn.uoii tons of ateel rail.s resolved that a copy of this resolution I for this line and five more cargoes he forwarded to -Mrs. Tllley by the | are on the way from Sy|ney, .V. S,, Expresses no Concern Over Effect of Reciprocity Pact I.ontlon. March 7 -The Duke of At-g\ Ic ha.s just made to his book "Ves-terilay iiari Today in Canada." an addition regarding "Reciprocity on the North .American continent." lie says : "The reciprocity treaty only expresses the exchange of that which Canada can purchase without mak-"inu herself a pensioner of the Cnited Stute.s .'!ego, March 7.-Two hundred dtivs out from Philadelphia the American ship Aryan, which had tiecn given up for lost, aiTivcd here late today. Members of the crew tell a story of unusual suflering Hardly had the ship left Philadelphia when fire broke out in the cargo. For more titan two weeks the crew fought the flames, which at timse appeared to bo beyond control. Orders were given to abandon th". ship, but the smoke appearing to bo less heavy the attack on the fire was resumed and it was put out the next day. From then on the ship was al-rost constantly mot by hca\'y storms and head winds. Eighty days ago, as the ship was rounding the Hom Captain Kimmiftc was suddenly stricken blind, and the first mate took command, ("apt. Kimraitteo was given medical attention when the ship arrived today, but it is feared he will never recover his sight. Pire destroyed J. 8. Rawsoa's star* and residence at New Dublin, Oat, Lose 1X0,000. Bthel Curtiss and Myrtle Jewgn, two young Hamilton girls, have run sway from home to go on the sta0s. Add to Year Personal Adornmeots By ihe Oss or Newbro's Herpieide A fj-otty woman may enhance her beauty and a plain woman baeome good looking by the proper care ot her hair. Nice hair, pretty hair, growtag on the head it adorns, la one of aat�re'a greatest beEUtlfiers. The kind of hair wMch always gigk-es UE look the aecond time, follo'WB the use of Newbro'a Herplclde, and la possible for every woman. Regular applieatloos of Herplclde kill the halr-deetroytng, diuidnitf gam keep the hair from coming out and add to It that luxuriance, Rnap and lustre which are aasanttal t* hgir beauty. Newbro'a Herpieide la the Origiaal soalp prophylaotlo. All other hair feat-edies claiming to kill the tfaadraft germ are simply trying td trade upon the rephUtatlon of genuine Herpieide. Applications may be obtained at; good barber shops and bair dreaaars. Send 10c !n postage to The Herpieide Co.. Dept. R., Detroit. Mtcb., ftiC sample s.nd booklet. One dollar size bottles ntvl by Ail druggists under an absolute guarantee. J. D. Hlglubothim ft Co.. Ltd.. special agents. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9 AT i.ao p. M. AT 910 2ND AVE. SOUTH (FORD ST.), BY W. L. WILSOxN-AUCTIONEER Instructed by Mr. Atkinson, who Is learlsg the dtj, 1 wOl aeO the following without reserve- 1l 1 oak sideboard 1 oak ext. table 6 diners 1 mahogany serttee 2 centre tables 1 couch 5 carpet squares 3 rockers 1 Early English leather upholstered pockor 1 chiffonier 1 dresser 3 wash stands 1 wardrobe 3 iron beds complete \ baby's hammock, now, it cots TERMS CASH, 3 toilet seta 1 kitchen table Kltobcn chairs 2 haatera 1 6-hole range, reservoir and warming closet Kitchen utensUa Largo QU&atlt7 ot floor oilcloth, X number of faney ornaments and -ohlna dishes. Also a Bllrer cruet stand, fancy biscuit jar with silver top and a large nomber of fancy doilies, and aftomoon tea olotbe, AUCTIONEERS' PHONE 108S ;