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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Batuwlay. Mardi 11, Iftll. Paffe 11. Tte Healthfulness of Tea Physicians who often forbid the use of Coffee nd Cocoa to the well, prescribe ten for the sick. Of the^three, tea is the only beverage that can be drunk for a lifetime without injurious effects. It iaahanniess tonic-a gentle stimulant without reaction. As tea is the most desirable beverage, so "Salada" is tea in its most desirable form. "Salada" Ceylon Tea comes from tea plant . to teapot untouched by human hands, from the - 4llhe the leaves fall into the picker's baskets. . Its delicate aroma and delicious flavor are perfectly preserved in scaled, air-tight packages. TEA Vauly Salea Ovei 20,000,000 PucWa Ask your croccr for " Salada" Tea or ncnd > for a free trill packase which makes 25 cups of deticious lea. We will mail il to you without chnr0c. Snv v.rhether you use BUck. Mixed or Green Tea and the price you pay pcr^ound. The "Salada" Tea Co. 32 Yonge Street Toronto PREMIER SCOTT'S PREDICTION ABOUT HON, CUFFORD SIFTON Compares Him to Joseph Chamber!ain-Once Friend of the Common People But is Now for the Classes ^ Hon. Wnlter Scolt, fn a speech In gard to the HouBe of Lords. Bui to-.the Siiskatchewun lyeglslaltire said: jday, If Mr. Chamberlain had his hpalth, I lam not. golns; to set up aa a seer would be. the mom ijowerlul politi-i or a prophof., and I say at the ontBel innucnce In England In behalf of that I have no direct; or immediate In- iHouse.of Lords. He had entlre-'foiinallon that is not in the possession ly changed .since he wag a young man. :of everybody in the House. I simply Well, It will he eurlous if Mr. SIfton take the nowBpa|ior reports. I have happens to end his already remark-had no cnmmunicallon from the East, efficient career standing against, ,trom Ottawa, in resp(�ct of IhlH maitci-. ""fl having ugainaf him this Western country that In hip yuunner he did 60 very much mor^ than any other single individual m the public life of Canada, to pronioic the interest of and to build up. I What SIfton Has in View I have been .nrivatcly telling some! Happenings At Claresholm When you order meat or eggs from Nothing but the choicest sent out will pay to test this statement us. It G A Hill Block Pkone 452 Dufferin Street Clftresh :iii(l kept a fp� of the people wlm came from cyclone countric.?, uwakc tlif if.f o;nV(' ttiiv. nil the liorsc:-iiiH down Intn 'he \vati'r m-aiiv thr-ir hacks, imd in I'lmiLMii); nnd jiitiip jn^ .jerked Mr. 'I'lllolson dlT i lie .front end of ilie wa;;''" he was taiit:leil up the loliKUe and doulile-irees .anil iieailv I'otin Tillotsoii- had a narrow es-; uiidci Hie wlioels llnivcvcr, Mr cape while- crossing the ererk yester-| ClialloiN, who ua.s uilli liini, sueceei!-clay.? H�^-wa.s-Tctiirninp home, driv-' ed iii ^ctlinR hold nf the, load team itig four hor.sTB, liitchrd to a wagon and utoppeil them Mr Tillotnnn loaded with tilock and tackle mid thinkfi this act was all thai s.ived timberi, and 'while crossing the creek., him from i> very serious mislmp. The gentleman that 1 .someliniea de-i;cud ujion for getting Inside Informa-jtion from Ottawa happens to be In .tlieX)ld Country at the present time- I thai Is our old friend Senator Rohp. I Hut what I am going to sny Is this: ilf I were In Ottawa tonight and had it lip nrivllego of whispering in the ear of my friends opposite something ah-i |of Sir Wilfrid Laurler, I would say: out the poatllon as I see It, as I ap-' _ / Sir Wllfrltl. look out for .-iquallR." preciate It. I have had rasually in ~ 'And If I were in the neighborhood of the last two or three years some little I tile conflrienee of Mr. Borden, the opportunity to meet some of the men lender of liie Conservative narty, I who helped to form what I would call 'wo\i!ri say: "Mr. Borden, look out for the Conservative forces in Canada.! i;o- lUe i.iphoon." I think if Is coming In that is to say, the lorces behind ihej to his direction, and I fancy that when if leaders, for leaders fnusi have forces! .":'r!vi's the CiHiservatlve partv will behind them. Last spring, on a trip I'iiKl If-cir--it may not bo cilled then I made to the Old Country, jnsr by Hio CoiiiKirvatlve party, bni the forcer, chance I was thrown into contact wit.h thai at present are" reprerented by tiuite a large number of proraineni! C'ardsloii, Mar X.-Vostcnlay the niid with which two rolls are also | what is called the Conserv.itive party Canatilans, several of them Montreal- "ff'cers and stockholders, with many fei in motion inside the churn for | McCcrroll has op�ned ber reo- tind represpntpil bv Uie so-eallcd Con- firs, very prominent business men, olliers as spectiiiors, paid a visit to , working the butler. taurant aJcroBs -the tracliB ,near the' scrvativo Icndcrs-in the very near some of Aen.;'financiers. One of them the new cieameiv plant now in rcadi-j -n,, ,,,,^p, ^ ^ tTZ, b^Z,''cT^^'im^L^l^h^% f^iture are going to have a new Dom- for; instance',, was young Mr. Aitkin, ncss for operation bv the Cardslon , ,.,.f,,. , , : , ,,,^,.^ ^.t, / / . ? . . *� tnlon leaded My. bon friend referred --^o was e.eot^ to si, in the HHi.h rreamc. Association; Limited. The ^le^^l: 1 JT^t^^tor^.^ ^ ^M^^^^^ ihi. afternoon -o the r-Ptieal unrest Parliament af.the reccn, election, atjd .niilding i.s frame and is located on whence it can be siphoned to the pat-, his homestead... . . " '^'"''"'^ nnd the political chnti.Tcs that are tal', and Irerhnps have lioen in a t;osi:ion to form an esti-itmle of him, of his remarkable ability, �and of him generall.v, ahput as well as ^ariy other person. Pi-rhaps being, in In sense, tin outsider, T could form a Ijuaier eBtiui'Me of hini tlian those who iwere even closer to him. In my view, ,.V1r. Sifton is a man of very great am-iliitioiis. He has very great am.bition fo)' wealth, in the first nlace: has a Ivory great ambition for power, and a ivorj- great amhiti9n, as'tile average-;citl-'en has. to a g^q^-iter or loss de-'gree, fplel�. Mr- ChniTibprlain, as everybody knows. In his ymin.cer days, performed liorhajia more valuable services for ithe masses of I''n;.'iand than any oth-;er single individual. The work that !hp w.ts instrumental in doing in Bir-'niintrlnm when he was a young man \ was simply a magniflocnt work for the ipiasses. Why, today, in their fight with regard to Hie House of Lords in K!i.2lanil, the most biting things that nrp ounted, even mote biting than Mr. I Llnvil-Crorre's spee-hes. are old state-'nients of Mr. Chamberlain's with re- all Conservatives, and al! friends of Mr. Borden; and .iu?t ca.sually they all spoke to me in the '.crv same tone. It was so striking thai ii l)ccame a matter of comment bc-ween myself and my friend. The position as I see it Is simply this, that forces that| I speak about, that have to be the ''niool.hly Mr 1). .S The hnildiiig is an 1- shape, with engine and boiler roont in the south '"'o tJic refrigerator, whfch il. extension ; next comes Ilie butler raak "^xt the ico house, ing room and to the west is the ice W. A. iMarlatt, head, ol the-firm_'6T From the churn to the printing ^box ' "iff"**T ''^'^P ? , , . . ,, . u . . .jCalgsry, Edtaonton.. Edson and points ciitauiinK 90 lbs., .s but a step and , called on his raaiiy frienda la Golerldg-o-tftlB-'Week. He may accept ' a position In the office here again. Mr. Schawler, ojf Irvine, visited Cole- lioii.sp'^and cold sloia;4c or refrigcra- Mnrlatt - a suspicion or an idei.' Toninin. .March JO.-An order for that 1.5. by ni)i:ing two and two loreili-^ H'C inspeclion o- the ballots n.scd in | er-let me sav that 1 have po=iti-elv cniiect imi wi'h tlie vote for .school! known for more than a year past thai trustees and nn the local nptioii qiies Mr. Sif.ou was looking for a proievr liuii in Ir.e town of Heaverloti has lo lireak from the Liberal f^arty and been granted liy Master in Chambers Sir Wilfrid I.,!urier, and as 1 read bis speech, and as 1 think I detecicd radical weikne-;ses In that se.oecdi, my os-ittinati! of tie- whole circumstance is !that .^lr. Sifton has accepted tliis as a big enough pretext, a big enough ilitestion, to justify him in brenkin? away from 111? former leader and from his former pnliticai associations. } �riie tjuc'ie firms the n>\> .Montri'al. b. 1 iiualificat ions I'ourt of Review con �aling of A^(\. Dubeau of a use of frrfnry projieriy We are located In the district where the wheat capiuret world's pnzesi This is the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery Is of the latest modern type and our methods up to-date. That Is why our flour Is popular. |^i:i.mN,MILUNC ('ait ut milt 111. the applicalioii of .1. H .Maclicii/.ie, representing .Alexander rianiilt on, liotel!.�epcr. The \ole fur local option was very close, being Hi!) for and 111 againsl, the lo la� carrying liy exactly one \ole iiMT Hie three-tilths. In con-neclion �ith the mulion to i)uasli, ' uliicli may follow the inspection of liie halliilsome of the strenuosity (if the local ojitimi c.inijiaign iiiiiy be revealed. [ Il 1.- alleio-il hy liinse who seek (o u|i.--et lliv M.te that intimidati"n uas I prael ised. llir pall leiil.i r incident re-li-rred lo being a stalemeiit that the .SI .li'is ,.i line Voter look a\\.u Ins ;cb.itlii> .>o that he was iiiialile In gel mil fn the polling booth. 1 j (llhei nbjcctiolis taken In the \nte j.iie ihat I.lie vo1e �as rcjeele.l mere-, I', becanse ii was not rejecled li\ llie |l)i'j,iily Keluining OITicer ; nne vote; ' rejeeird because 11 was east by Hie vniri in the hn\ for the sclionl j linslee \ . espeeiallv as regards the voU- of illiterates; the i liaper nf the ballots was so thin that j 11 was lr.iiis)nirent, and t!a- secrecv ' oi tile hallol ua.s tiiiis (lolated. 1 IIOLEROOKS LIMITED BIrniiniiTiatn. Ens