Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The lamp Ml4 at a tew price, but then U BO lump Wick, KAYO LAMP U a fi ate out BOTMT, vital U a to P wa In tte art omore careful in his love-making in Medicines that aid nature are al- ways most successful. Chamberlain's Cough neinedy acts on this plan. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens fine secretions and aids na- ture in 'restoring the system to a healthy condition. Sold by all drug- Jfaif Given Up All Hope of Living. by KIW PUU. Mre. Andrew Savoy, GratUn'i, K.B., UM year WM lick did not think I eould live any feogth of timi. My trouble WAS with my tart tod told me that could for case like I eonaulted the very tart but they could do me BO good. For weeka I could hardly crow floor. I no pfcin, but to weak nobody in the world bdteve how I felt. I had givta oi living had given my littk firi my "One day a friend came to Me ne, and tallinf me by Lizzie, if I you 1 would try a doee of Heart and Nerve Pil'u M they are good for heart trouble.' My got me a box, but for two dayi I waa not any better, but OQ the fourth day my husband said ST. CHURCH BUSINESS important Matters at Vestry Meeting: on Sunday At a vestry meeting held' in St. Augirailu's church ou Sunday evenlflg ident Fallieres, lasting liaU an hou gists. Standard Furniture Co. Successors to The White Furniture Co. ill get another box right away.' 1 took two boxee and three out of third one, and I WM perfectly well aod have not been sick since then. "I will never without them in my home for God knows if it bad not been for Heart and Nerve Pilla, I would act been alive now." Price, 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for all dealers or mailed direct OB receipt of price by The T. Milbuni Limited, Toronto. last after service it was' unan- TRADE RELATIONS STILL UNSETTLED imously decided to give some sub- stantial aid towards the new St. Cyp- rlans ctnirch, which is to be built in the southern portion of the city. It was also decided that the church hell should hereafter ring a short time at the half hour before service and then again for five minutes im- mediately preceding the hour of vice. It was also decided that the dupUo: envelope system which had r -ceivrd the sanction of u j.revious vestry at once be.cu1' Into j vitji this end in vl a strong committee wis appointed to np all the me'-ii-t-rs of con fc nation. B. L, Cope was elected of tills committee. A new St. church 1.1-1 Honed but the hour being 'he vestry adjourned till -Thursday next to deal art length with this subject and formulate a policy. (Continued From Front Page) 324 Crabb St. 3 doors South of Bank of Montreal DREADNOUGHT CAUGHT FIRE This Space to-morrow for our advertisement In the case of -the United States there is no such mutual understand- ing, 'fliere are two positions from the judicial aspects of the case as sumed oy the two parties. Whether or not they can be reconciled with- out one side or the other making com- promises or straining a point in the matter of a judicial interpretation of law is still a matter of doubt. It is quite evident that the Canadian government, while very anxious to avoid the disaster of a 25 per cent, surtax on Canadian exports entering the "United States is not disposed to freely give up what is considered to be Canada's perfect right to make mutually beneficial tariff treaties with other countries, irrespective of what the United States may or may not do If the American representatives were in apposition to say there would be a n.-vision of the American tariff so far as to give 'Canada a little more fa- vorable terms in return for the ex- tension of the favored nation clause lot a tariff law to include the United German Battleship's Trial Trip Is Therefore Postponed States, then the present might be sunmounted. Kiel, Prussia, March recent ly completed battleship Poscn, one of the four Dreadnoughts about to be added to the German navy, was dam- aged by fire yesterday and' her first trial trip which had been set for Sat- urday will he delayed several weeks, while repairs arc being made. The fire originated among wood- work stored in the otherwise empty magazine and burned so fiercely that; it heated the steel walls red hot causing them to bend and permitting the flames to spread to the wood work oi the adjoining compartments. COTTON IMPORTS DECREASE London, 51 arch" returns show that the value of cotton imported difficulty was over which was less than for tine same month i 1 UNRESERVED I Auction Sal e i as i Although it is felt that the growing force of public opinion 'in the United i States will compel a- tariff revision I down-ward in the near future and that Canada will benefit by this revision it is believed that the Canadian gov- j.ernment would hardly be justified in granting ithe States the concessions asked for, even though tactic pro- mise from President Taft were -given action along the line suggested would be taken by the United States. There is not any. guar.imtee that such a promise could be carried" out and Canada ha-s before now suffered in diplomatic negotiations through lay- ing her cards on the too quick- ly It is surmised that this general statement of the situation has been communicated by the American repre- sentatives to Washington, with a re- quest for suggestions as to what fur- ther action could be taken in the pro- mises. They will again confer with Wilfrid -Laurier- and Mr, Fielding fore leaving. last yey.r. Value of manufactured and partly -manufactured cotton goods ex- ported during-the month-showed an increase of over BlICHAN THE MEN'S MAN Wishes to announce to the people of kthbridge and District that he is now opened up with a new and up- to-date stock of Men's Wear, in- cluding Style-Craft Tailored Gothing, The Slater Shoe and all the latest in Men's See our window for Step inside and we will show you even better ones. It will be to our mutual advantage to gtf acquainted as we can save you money on Gothing, Shoes and Furnishings of every YOURS FOR GOOD VALUES w. E. Buchon 408 Round Street Next Door to Eureka Theatre I WATCH FOR THE 0. T. it SJr be- Contagious Diseases And Laundries The article that appeared in the Lethbridge Herald one day last Famous Mapleine. JK 3> I The undersigned has received instructions from J. C. GRAVES and A. L. PATTERSON to sell by-Public Auction at LETHBRIDGE. ON TUESDAY, MARCH 15tb. At One O'clock Sharp THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE HORSES: TEN DOLLARS (Continued From Front Page) ian, or the health inspector, that th goods have been thoroughly disinfect ed. So there is absolutely no danger of contagious diseases going through the laundry. I Now on the ofher hand there was TAX ON AUTOS u Cilinese seen to go to a house that was quarantined with scarlet fever and take their, laundry, and 'the quarantine was not raised from that house for a week or ten days afterwards. Our laundry is strictly sanitary. Are the others? Yours truly. JjETHBRIDCrE LAUXD.RY CO. Per C. S. Farrow, Manager. t I 1 span heavy draft mares, matched, rising 5 yr. old 1 pair geldings, rising 5 years old. J heavy draft gelding, rising 5 years old. 1 draft mare, rising 6 years old. 1 draft golding, 7 years oid. 1 mare, 1 years old. 1 span match mares, rising 5 years old. 1 mare, rising 4 years old. 1 draft mare, rising 6 years old, in foal. 3 standard bred mares, rising 4 years old. 1 standard bred gelding, rising 4 year old. 2 standard bred geldngs, rising 5 years .old. 2 standard bred mares, rising 5 years old. 1 span of matched blacks, wejghing about 2SOO ibs. 1 carriage mare, black, rising 4 years, well broken and quick. 1 span brown mares, matched, rising 6 years old. 3 span matched geldings, rising 6 years, old gray color. I span hackney mares 6 and 7 years oid. broken to single and double. 1 span mares, S years old in foal to a heavy draft .horse. I span matched geldings, rising 7 years old. 1 span matched geldings, rising S years old. 1 bav celdinpr, years old, Mfti) Ibs. I gelding S years old. 1 bay gelding 7 years old. "I bay gelding, S years old. 1 heavy draft geldtng rising 4 years old. 1 brown gelding, 8 years old. 1 heavy draft filly, 9 months old. Sale to be held MR. J. C. UIIAVES' SALE KAHXS AND STOCK YARDS on West side of Farmers7 Feed Barn. Wishing to dispose of every animal, as; my range is taken up. These are all good horses and the kind the people want. Ranging in weight from to Ibs. each. All well broken. months1 credit on ftirnish-ing hankable notes with interest at 8 per cent, per annum from date of sale, with per cent, per annum off for cash j. c. GRAVES, yyr t imi A. L. PATTERSON Tf. L. YflLoUil PROl'S. AUCTIONEER. 1 1 I I I I 1 Silent Salesmen Showcases will increase your business. You cannot afford to be with- out them. We are offering the best value in this line on the mar- ket. Let us quote you. THE D. R. 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