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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 The Lethbridse Daily Herald. Friday, March A CHANCE FOB SCHOOL CHILDREN The boy or girl fifteen years of age or under, attending school who writes the best advertisement tor our business to fill this space, will receive For the second and third best advertisement each. Send all advertisements to he Manager, Advertising Department, Herald, who will act as judge. x All advertisements must be at the Herald office before 5 o'clock Tuesday, March 15th, THE PIONEER LUMBER CO., LTD. Had Weak Kidneys For Two Years. FftiUd to DOB n't KidMy Him. Mr. Edmund Assels, New Carlisle, Que., feel it my duty to let you know of the great cure I have obtained by using Doan's Kidney Pills. I WM troubled with my kidneys for two years. I tried a doctor, but he failed to help me. I read in the B.B.B. Almanac about BUILD ELECTRIC RAILWAY FROM TORONTO TO GUELPH I _____________ i j Extension -flf Line From Monarch Bill Comes Up on Tuesday Toronto, Out., March 10. Without a breath of opposition the i bill-of the Toronto Suburban Railway Company to extend their line from 10 Guelph passed the Hail- way Committee of the Legislature this morning. Mr Allan Boyce, for the company, in i response to a question, declared the Street Scene From the Philadelphia Strike THE LETTER BOX feel better. I only used four boxes and i to be 2S. they completely cured me. I am very The company also made application thankful to have found so speedy a permission'to issue debentures and and would advise everyone suffering from kidney disease to try them." iother set-'urlties to lhe exteut OI Perhaps no other organs work harder 000 per mile of railroad. This alsr j than the kidneys to preserve the general i through health of the body and most people are j Tuesdav 'has been fixed for tlie con troubled with some kind of Kidney Complaint, but do not suspect h. It may [sideration 01 the Monarch Railway, have been in the system for some time, (bill, so strongly opposed in a clause There may have been backache, swelling !reiatjng to a Toronto terminus by of the feet and ankles, disturbances of j the urinary organs, such as brisk dust ioionto. .deposit in the urine, highly colored, Hon. Col. Hendrie thought that scanty or cloudy urine, bladder paini, [Thursday was rather late to hear tut frequent or suppressed urination, burainf ,.j suppo3e u will have to be so when urinating, etc. i Do not neglect auv of these symptoms, !as the and several "Ambers o for, if neglected thuy will eventually lead the Board of Conotrol will be out of to Bnght's Disease, Dropsy and Dia'betes. j the city Tuesday and Wednesday; Price 50 per box or 3 boxes for Hon Cochrane opined that "the 11.25, at all deali.-rs or The T. Miibura I Co., Limited, Toronto. presence of the mayor was not really la ordering specify j necessary. "All the Toronto members will be nere to look after the inter- ests of the city." So be it, Tuesday morning, isaid the chairman. LIFE SAVING STATION NEAR ST. JOHN, N. 3. SL John, Mar. A. Legar, 01 the marine and fisheries department, Hali- fax, announced 'here that the depart- ment has decided to build a life sav- ing station on three islands betweer Grand luanan and Gannet Rock whlcr- is near tne scene or the wreck of thf wreck of the Donaldson liner wher forty-one lives were Just There will be a modern shed for the life boat and a dwelling situated so as to allow free dwelling by mar -n charge. Skin Diseases POLICE AT FIFTH" STREET -AKD AVENUE NEW BUSINESS OPENING Strathmore is about to have a establishment erected in the town, a first-class tinsmkning and plumbing shop. M ssrs. Corufel Froat are thr proprietors. Mr. Corufel is already well and favorably known to Strath more, having been in business here for some time past. Mr. Frost, hi? partner, comes from Winnipeg with c first-class reputation as a Strathmore Standard PERODEAU MINISTER WAS RUN OVER TWENTY PATIENTS BEING WITHOUT PORTFOLIO! BY RUNAWAY TEAM! TREATED FOR RABIES t i Quebec. ..March. F. Pero; j WANTS WEEKLY PAY Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear would be grateful for a little of your valuable space in ol- der to draw attention to a matter that certainly deserves some consideration It Is a recognized fact that as the winter advances we find many men employed by the city thrown out of work in consequence of its being ue cessary to close down till the spring Some of these men are fortunate enough to obtain a permanent job else where; but others only find transitory jobs .to tide them over, which same probably, just support them, and no more. Now these men, it is more than probable, by the time the city outside work starts up again, are just about at the end of their resources; yet even though they resume work for the city they are faced with a very knotty pro- position by reason of this monthly pay- ment system. It seems iniquitous that these men should have to tide over an additional month before they can 'hope for any remuneration, it must mean much unnecessary embarrass- ment, surely they deserve, after a hard week's toil the small remuneration due them. Many cases arise where men have to live on credit during this entire month, and at its close they must still wait a further five days. This sort of thing takes the heart out tkfc same iucb trouble! M Salt Eczema, ErysipelM, Tetter, BOM is, Scurf, Itchinf Rashes Pimples, etc., are in- diseases, aj a rule, are not ,____, but are unsightly, eftea Urribly annoying to the suf- IMC; they depend mainly on bad blood from one cauae or another, for if the blood pura and the circulation good no skiu can exist, except it arise from lock of proper cleanliness or from contagion. To get rid of skin it ifi necessary to observe strictly all the laws of health, Maintain regular action at the bo web; wroid high Kving, eating only plain nour- iahifif food. Cleanse and keep the blood by taking Burdock Blood Bitters, which unlocks all the accretions, and' net rich blood by acting on thr entire cyattm. 4 444 4 Mn. E. M. Myen, East Jeddore, 4- Had 4- don't 4- Salt Rheum 4- think there is anyone Six in this Dominion can- 4- recommend Burdock 44.- Blood Bitten more than I can. I suffer- ed terribly irith Salt Rheum f or ehc yearsr and did everything for it without relief, Jvt curiomty sake 1 bought eix bottles oJ Burdock Blood Bitters, and it completely I would advise to For by all dealers. Manufacture by T. Milbum Co., Limited member of tne legislative council morning was appointed Kosthern. Sask.. Marcu at j In Toronto Pasteur temping: to stop a four horse teaan.; Arrived Yesterday j -_ [minister without portfolio in the pro-1 which became frightened by a train; Toronto, Mar. are now vincial cabinet. 'Mr. Perodeau re- while standing at a grain elevator twenty patients in local hospitals tak- labor. Very dear 10 the laboring man, is his Saturday night's pay. A weekly pay gives him more opportun- ity to live within his means, a balance t til ii 111. 1 LI HJVxU.1 L c UHLLU IC-oLlIL t cc placed Hon. Jules Allard as govern- bere yesterday afternoon, Edward i -ins Pasteur treatment lor hydropho iinto the man; and in consequence he men: leader in the legislative council j Henschel, a son of Frank three having arrived yesterday, i works better, more cheerfully, and i Allard havin.s resigned to contest a Rosthern farmer, was run down, None of the patients, however, have j there is a continual renewal of energy Urumnlond. where he was elected tramped on by the horses and struck; developed the fatal disease, although! because he "feels he takes ar on Saturday last as member of thp i by the sleigh. He is living uliis morn-la number were bitten by dogs suffer- j interest .and that interest, spells direct legislative assembly. 'ing and may recover. j ing from rabies. profit" to the ratepayer. Surely it would be advisable to inaugurate a weekly payment system, it will put confidence info the men, preserve their self respect, which is very important., and it would be an inducement to 1 man to remain steadily on. There i i would be uo cases of men quitting by- reason of pecuniary embarrassments, just in hopws of being able to draw the i pay coming before the expiration of the month, knowing full well they can find a job elsewhere, and so shorten- ing the period of embarrassment. With many thanks. f CUIQUE SUUif, An Unrivalled e of Men s SPRING CLOTHING We are now ready with a larger and better stock than we have ever shown before of High Grade Spring Clothes-Wear for Men The styles and prices we know to be right, as we buy direct from the most reliable manufacturers and for cash FIT REFORM SPRING SUITS V Very fine tailor work has been p it into these suits, and style and quality will speak for itself; or double-breasted, dressy lapels, fancy or plain cuffs, materials plain or fancy im- ported worsteds, any Prices and FASHION CRAFT FINE TAILORD SUITS The-latest spring models have been used in cutting these suits, and the materials are fine west of England quality, plain and fancy weaves, single or any size.................. Prices and will buy you a new spring 'Progress brand suit in fancy tweeds or worsteds, neat, dressy shades of grey and fawn, well tailored, my size. Prices to We're Here ,The Goods! MEN'S 3-4 LENGTH BLACK AND GREY OVERCOATS A very drossy coat: for Spring, the materials arc very fine quality of cheviot, silk faced lapels., ai'y size. Prices MEN'S SPRING OVERCOATS, CHESTERFIELD STYLE In tweeds and Cravencttc, made with the XcwTresto collar and Prices MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's dress gloves in dog skins, cape skin, etc. to Men's black and fancy cotton and lisle hose. Prices.....15c to 50c Men's all'wool cashmere hose, black. Special 3 prs. Hole-proof socks, 4 pair in box, guaranteed 4 months' wear, black and tans. box Xegligee shirts, spring styles. Prices...............75c to The New Shapes in Men's Spring Hats, Derbys and Soft Felts, in CHRISTY'S Stetson and MALLORY makes are here in every style that has the merit of being new and popular Prices to SATISFACTION GUARANTEED McKelvie McG uire ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S OUTFITTERS IN LETHBRIDGE ft Rcclpalti Street ;