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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAIK'H 21, THE L E T11 B R ID G R f) A I L Y H K R A I- D PAGE NINE The best 'meal be spoiled if the coffee be of poor quality. e Coffee will save even a poor meal from being a failure. CHASE SAffBORN 141 Cfyih'es make 'the ..But Corsets woman So witty- Couturkte. And n'i true. That's why Canadian vforran should be cAreful to get a pur of a l.i Grace Corsets to properly set off each new jgowri. Remember too, that comfort W: nature to the wearers of Corsets Send for our new book of corset styles. from it the corset yea need. Then go to your favorite store and fit it. CROA1PTON CORSET CO. Limitied 78 York TORONTO fl. RtVEHS DELIVERS 1NTER- ESTINt. LECTURE TO PEO- PLE OF RAYMOND Raymond. Al'.a March J. I. Klven. of at LethbrMge, lectured to eople uf Haymond at ihe- t-econd rard meeting house lasl nlglit. Tbe '.inderEiood the ei-ilajor of ;aYrnoud, and at-prr-cIiteJ his subtle wit, which kep: them keenly Inter- red from start to finish. It may Etom cunny !or a jfcil o take a teit from the Bible, but la his case It Is more appropriate The quotation IH found la Galatlaas a roan be overtaken in ault ye ivlitch are spiritual conilder hyielf lest tnou also be tempted.'1 Tho doctor outlined tbt? policy o .he Institution whicb proved Iliai h :s at tho very lo tbe subjec of prison reform, and showed hoiv. 1 3 tarried out. Scrupulous clehiillnea s tue order, anrl a? much ys posslb! the die-grace of beitig In jail Is lake Stripes are no longer Tt'orn and tie bah IE bartered to style. When the convict drat fnlert requirfld to take a hot shower bat and a complete change of ctothini which IB laundered and changed week ly, at which llrue every inmate mna take a bath. -Men soon- look tartar with pleasure to the'privllege or th weekly ablution. The temperature kept even and the air renewed b the electric fan. The central Idea of the prison 3or- e mment IB to keep the men as much as possible on "God's ouUt-Jej" and accordingly we find at] Vino's of out- side work carried on. "When regular xovernment work is on the prisoners receive Eczema for.Three Years. Broke Out on Head in Scales, Itched and Badly. Cuticura "and Ointment Cured, Soap HOW THEY ARE IRISH SEATS REPRESENT VERY FEW VOTERS I Brook, K. 8. I riSttfl tcztuut for (fcrw ycart It tune-l on mf la torci a? tad all over I be j-aJnis u y bard U'l flzzccrt blj cncifc T ten It Iroku out oo Q7 la !icbt4 ticrord to UviJr I co-JJ cot sin p. It vai to itching an j tiirniti tint J asd made (ort-J a nJ tuy but .-vnla'lj bid. I did Drt kQOW Trfhfct Jt VfcS. "I wit for ilrio not do good. 1 un my work for L inoaiti but fcoon n I natttJ dorcf ciy mT ad hair. aad nor do 1C w bj dealers eTtrj-nf-.trf. Vor A ml free somplq of ich, ulth 32-p. boot; ui Pcnw Dnjg Chiim. Corp.. Ucpt. D. Bortca, V. S. A. provision iras 'niiido by lav.- to Even the Laziett UTOC and Bowels respond to the gentle action of At DruBfllti (Tike Ablcy't VITA for Sick a "''Btart Caller Belling oui, had' never allowed a toan to land al his hoou? place. a dollar." This Is sujjpiied jroro his own salarj'. lie took1 occasion to commc-nd his su Loiidm, Miicli te'.tita is.'Jtd Trom tho hoan olico as 4 White c-r stows xitli tfiatc! to path par- liaraentaty ite l.'n- itcd KinK'Ioin, the LoUl number. as tar as tbe number ID each clavs, of electors on the in foice in Jar.carv of this and also the population iu eicb constitu- ency. The totaJ nucibei ui electors is giv- en as as comyared with 'O itowing an in- i-rwss of The fijure (or Kuj-! land and Walts is tor Scot-' land and for Ireland 698.- OSS. as ajainst for Eng- land, lor Scotland, oad 701.- for Ireland in 1913. The division inlo claises shows tbat Iheie are in the United Kingdom 580 county electors, made, up o' 359 .iccupieis, ar.d IqJgnii. 01 .the bor- ougli elfcicrB, are occupiers 233.J97 lodgers, and 5t.592 freeholders, elc.-Thf. unimsity vot-1 frs nuinbet in England aud Wales, in Stotlar.d. and in Ireland. The largest cor.slituency bv a long j way is still the Hninford division of Essex with an clectorafr- of no than CC.13S, as aeainst last year, nhilc thf second place is tafcen by tbe Harrow division of MiddlcRCV with against last year. Kssev. third as aeainst being last year.. The '.glaring inequalities in ..representation under tfce. present pdrlor. lion. A-'j. McLean, for his in- 1 triuution of seats is shown by the amounting to about titty cauls I terest' and support of institution, i fact that these, hvge constituencies per' day. The amount la given thenivyOr. Hlvers is a proliftlllonist, amljhavc no.ir.ofe representation than the xpiration or the or it: he. pre As men take pleasure in the con templation or aSpodctear, so do I ,P i.O r women enjoy the realization or J L f a box 01 Chocolate? 'THE CHOCOLATES THAT ARE DIFFERENT'' .t tho expiration or the or it: he. predicts that In three years the j boroughs of Xcwry, may be sent to anyone depending up-j wave of temperance 'iviil the vcliieh have respectively on llietn for support He then relal-; province. ed some "Liquor U the great j touching Incidents wlilchj curee of the worlrl'1; it Is the undotns that the warden has a hefttt[ of men vrho desire lo reform and casi- n him, aud that bt; realizes thu jlems connected with' 'lite. At- :hougli he has extended unusual con- tidenco on many occasions lo prison- ers. he lias. never been dlEappoInted In having'therri maUe good. Out o[ a thousand prisoners Tvhi'ch not. His stories of Ikjuor touched the people deeply, and it Is a wonder that ilie populate docs not rise will, one accord to stomp it out. s i aid voters. At Ble.ir.cim jlev. Minor was "surprised" bf. his congregation, and prfstntfd with, a cquplc oi easy cha'rs. he has handled in'th'e last few yearai not one in a. hundred has'fried'to get away, although'many of Ultra'could take "French leave" at any lime. The doctor said Ural- although no ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR C. H. MUTTON, 'AND W. H. FAIRFIELD ADVISE FARMERS Jlatdmerc, Msich 26.-A; n-csting o the Uazelmcro, Livestoct associdtlon was held in the Haielmcre' schoo house on '1'hursdaj- riisht.. Time. wa. a large and .enthusiastic a'lteudar.cc A. It. McMadden, 'w; An-addrfjs..was deliierfJ I by H. llutton, of Ih'e 'Eipf'rimtn till Farm, Lacombi, on.. btwding lecding and niarkftif.g live stock. Ai- ter congratulaliBg Tyrntr anil the association ;o'n. its spirit of enterprise, Mr. llutton sairl the dif- ficulty with" farmers was to fini mon- ey to huj- stock, but they; would hat o lo comrecr.cc Ernall scale until some scheme was-in-operation to'ren- der financial nid. .H? la'ld special cm- j Phasis on the "adaptability and urii- forinity 'of hrwd- jinj stock and the-nKtsEitv of getting I pure-bred ''sires. He the records of good dairy cows, Deterring to ieedlns lie. dealt with the. feeding pror.ert.ifs of grron oats, field peas, alinlfa "did" hrprrie grass, and recominf nded and Kentucky blue grass'Jor pasture. Tben the root crop, mangles, sugar, btets and turnips, are. Iqr a good .record. Oats and barley ate.excellent i for produeini; beef-.cattle. Grain mar- heted through cattln.''h6 denied, had produced at ,tlic leatt' twice .as much I as sold at the clfTitor.'The rriarkel- i ing ol grain in the fornvof'ilirc stoclr I it "the.best method'df'dispo'sirjg oi same.. _............ Then as to marketing he in- sisted on or. hogs. The aim should he to flijish Iherji proper- ly -AS a -finished article always brings a premium. The co-pperalivo markeV in; a fen- questions ty the fanners Mr. Fairfield of Lethbridge, gave 'an address on the possibilities of grow- ing fruil acd shelter belts in South- ern Alberta. with the pride people should.taVi! in.beautify- ing thoir homes he dsalt with lie pcepar.al.Eon of. the cul- tivation of the land, selection of hardy varieties suited to out climate. Ucieiring fo the suitable variftifs trees he advocated the- f ars1 duratiau which originated In a land deal, IjCqcarj Mctltlrbon, in conipahy with Peter, aged 00, and a .lorin and liiiza- bfcth -McGlbbon. cousins and members of the other bnuicb cf tho family, in ihe fields between, thc'two There .was a row over a cow that lia'd levelled his gun and sbot Peter in the leg. f.eonard iiumediately lereiled liislgun and killed his'-coiisin, John, with'-one discharge, lie appeared Charge and his lawyer 'claimed that lie fired In GOVERNMENT HAS MAJORITY OF SIX A WORKING NINETY- isis, Liberals, 1'i1; Labor, 42 Nationalists', 7C IndeprV.dent Na- tionalists, S. .The stale, o! the. part- ies in tr.e house of coiumbns is nrjir as follows, Jir. Krnyon, M. P. lor Chesterfield, ueine reckoned as a Lib- eral Unionists............................ Liberals................................ Labor Nationalists In-lcrcjiclent Nationalists.... London. March the gen- eral clretion in December, the 25'J 35 IB S Government majority t deitnco of liia father. The case lasted two months, requiring tro juries, and ,_ _ from tlii Eahanced By Pc-rf ect (resulted In a finding of manslaughter. to most womea and marks tiicOy an epoch in their Mot wonan in a hundred is prepued or un- how to properly ior her'' Kit. Of course nearly evtry womaa owacUyl hai sdical trutnwnt at'rack tinw, but many approach tie ejtpieri; enceirith an organism unfitted for tht trial of and -wben'lt U over her nysUra has received a aboek frora irhieh it ie hard to recover. rigntopoi this nurovs >trak of caring for tie. child, aptt dUUoci ia UM motier nuilU. M more charmiig than happy aid healthy mother of children, aad MatA child-birth under the right condition be no batard to health or beauty. The thing it that, -with all CTMence of thatUred and broken health renhiac f ron whk.h to Erery woman at this ahoald rely spot Lyrlia E. Fiakbun'j CoMpoand, a imet 'Taraable tonic aad llllll lillil Of Illl HjllllMII In many homo OBCC cUUVtM then art ckildna be- cause of UM fact that Lydia E. PfnV- hanl'l Vegetable Compound makes woman normal, atalthy aod itraif. H ytt wait jjxdtl airlte wrtU U TlliH.PIaHaai MHlrlReO. Ljai, TMr letter will ke read and answered .by aci ktli b itrict eonlitace, NEVER VARIES IK ITS SUPERIOR EXCELLENCE Malic) alatycjigrif lodf.vilh a crust, wholesome fint flavor The CIGHVIC neurtnuu 1'or Sale' By All Dealers lor ornarnenlal shtujs, and advocated Iceping. weeds away. As, to' fruit tries, the speaker.draU _with terries, currants, Strawberries, 'ap- plrs, etc., alter which rjuite a nurnnw nsked questions on tne auVjccJ, shoe- ing tho intfrwt dinners took in the addresses. vole of thanks 'to the speakers brought a successful meeting to _n close. At the conclusion' Mr. W. Turnrr proposer! and W. .l.: seconded a suppartir.k Mr. K. Po irr, .Mnrlfod, In Ms cfforti, (o get jv.-teMy matkef for. the .in C'arried YOUR FRECKLES eed Attention in February and March or Face Will Stay Covered Nov. tsi llie limo lo laico special tar of the couuitenlon If wlfh It t ]oofc the rest of Iho year. Tb February and March winds tiat ftroTit' ter.Ucnty lo brlnp out freckle (hat may sluy all Summer unteES r'c moved. Now fa tho Mina fo us filrcnglh. Thfn presciiiillon for tho removal o (rt-dtlea was wrtUcn by a vromlner physlclon ntid la that It ia sold lj> mi do gti.i ran ten lo refund the money If (alls. Get an oiim-c of oihioe noub strenglh, ami nvtn n few application plioiild ehow a won cter fu) .rnprov infnt, somfc.of the amallcr (recklca cvcii VAUlslijiiE tntlrcly. s Ijiivc n'on fourteen sfats .in adrlitioa to 1-ixcter, awarded to. them on a scru- tiny. The following are the- seats ained CLelUnhaJTii, Oldh'am, South .Soiacr- North Ayrshire, South Manches- ter, Ciene, Northivest Manchester, Midlothian, How and .ijromley, 'N'ew- rnarket, South. Lanark, Bethnal Clrecn aud Leith Unrj-b. Ttr. DnK seat lost is Londonderry, and the r.et- gaili division is tliereloic votes. The seat al and Uro'mley woti by tlie L'nion- ists from the- Labor party..The Lib- erals a seat from Labor at Han- ley, but af- fect'lhc total gorermnenl vole. parliament met alter the TWO MORE BODIES TAKEN- FROM WOODBINE Toronto. Out. .March two o'clock this afternoon, two more, bod- ies "were recovered Iri the ruins of Ine Woodbine Hotel, malting five in all. FIRE IN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL llalcarrej, Sasli., March which started at five o'clock 'this morning, had, four hours later, done JIO.iMO damage to the taddlerr de- partment of [he l.ebret Indus-trlfil school here, and Trfls 5tiR blazing. There Is no fire brigade, and a bucket brigade was rendering whatever ser- tici poetlble. Ifrv. A. Hainler his his resig- general elation of- IJecembfr, 1910, inalion'.aB rector of Christ church, [n- therc a government majority oi i vcrmiy, lo the. Bishop of Huron, 12C, the patty figures "being Ihiiiir.-1 liainier intends living ii Enjland. MME, CA1LLAUX IS RECEIVING MUCH ATTENTION nance. March CalllaM, (he asanssln of Oaston Cal- mettr-y showered with attention lotlay. Her frlcnda and aciualnl- ancea having rartly recovered from ll'io cnnsrd by bfir act, arc now showing their interest in her fate and hundreds of them have written to her, or left cards al Saint Lazare prison, where slie hi custody. She roidiea a hugn tag at letters In ev- ery bull, well as grc.it bouquets of (loirers, baskets fruit and pack- ajet of books.- Good Red Blood The Best Protection Against Weather Changes Coughs inul colds may come now nml llicn, bill you'll notk'c ruddy, i-cl hnvc ns iniicli Iroulile lifihlhij; the :is do llie tlitn-hloodod. Good Food is Half the Battle If 'ybii've iiilcrcslct! in kc well, liy Grape -Nuts This excellent friod, niiulc friuii whole w-htnl IIIK! biuli'y, snpiilits ilio .sficngtli- yiviiig, bloo'd-uiaking proptrlics which Naf tire, stores iilninditnily in Iht'Sf'Rriiins, ami which ure riflen lackini; in ordinary foods. A HKirniiig dish of Grapc-Xuls is a wondi.'rfnl forliiicr iiXainsl shivory winds. It is i-wily digested and its vilaliziiifi elements' oh: ifiilckly Iniiisforincd into rich, iionr- foliing blood." (jvnpe-Xuls comes ready to eat from the package. Add cresini or good milk. Delicious I a Reason" for Grape-Nuts i sok! by (U'ocors Made Jjv Cnnn.diftil I'osttiii) Ccrcnl Co., Ltd., Windsor, ;