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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Letlibridge Daily Herald. 'Wednesday. March 2.% We Put The Value STIU AFTER EARl GREY Right at the start of this new season, we want to emphasize anew the fact that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are the greatest values in high class garments in Canada. We make this statement so emphatic because we have the Suits and Over- coats to prove it. They await your inspection. 13 Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIR McGUIRE HARRY SIMMS IS RE-ARRESTED Harry Swnms was yesrei-j day at Warner by tihe R. N. fll. j P. on the application of one of his j sureties to 'the recognisance iponi which Simms was at large awaiting his 'trial on the charge of receiving stolen horses on which he was com- mitted in February to stand trial at the next skiing of lie Supreme. "Court. RAILROADS MAY CONSOLIDATE Portland, Ore.. 'March con- solidation in the near future of die Osegop Pacific Ry. and the United Hallways Company is intimated 'n an 'Unofficial statement made yeste> day "by Judge Carr, local counsel for the Hill railroads. It is stated that JOlvn IF. Sterns, .fornter >chlqf en 2; r.eer of the Panama canal will >Md e combination. But Gets Checked Up By the Speaker Of the House Of Commons London, .March the Com- mons last night oil consolidation 'bill Joe .Martin drew attention to f.'i'J re- cent no DJ oil of EarJ Grey in taking au active and decided part iu Canadian politics. Mr. .Martin was satisfied thai Earl Grey was not tnisreportcx! as had been informed and quoted :ue Utne reports of K. Earl Grey's speeches ou the naval questions at Kegina and on which there had been heard dis- cussions in three camps in Canada. Tihis -was the first instance of a gov- ernor-general expressing an opinion on a debated question. The speaker ilie.ro reminded Manrin iliac no money was taken in the ibill for the governor-general. ,Mr. Martin said he was trying to point out that the colonial secretary iiad not done his duty by allowing such conduct on the pan of die gov- ernor-general. The salary for the colonial secretary was iucludeed in the bill. This speech, had Jed to fnucn discussion in itbe Canadian press. The people of Canada, of course had no control over the gov- I ernor-general. T.he speaker again interrupting To our Parlors this week and let them see our display of CLOTHES THAT ARE "SO DIFFERENT" Now all swing round, and everybody changeI Easter is the time to shed your winter garments. It's the best time to make selections Exclusive Spring Suits and i t Overcoats A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF BOTH The Fit-Reform greets you with the most elaborate clis- nlav of u-nule hand tailored gaz-Bents ever shown in Lethbridgv. 1' O JT1 New spring Fit-Reform suits and overcoats in handsome new mod- els and beautiful fabrics, perfection in artistic tailoring, reasonable prices. Suit and overcoat prices and Proirress new spring suits, well tailored, and HATS AND HABERDASHERY A new Easter Tie and Hat every man must have. We have all the new- est and correct Spring Blocks in Stetson Christy's and Mallow makes in stiff and soft hats, prices -S2.50, and EXCLUSIVE NECKWEAR Prices 25c to Choice Shirts and Hosiery, etc. Sole Agents for the Geo. A. Slater Invictus Shoes McKelvie McGuire Birds, Rabbits, Eggs, Nests and Mechanical Toys They will be as much pleased if you give them some of these as they are with Santa's presents. So bring them to-morrow. Light Lunches Afternoon Teas Ice Cream said that Martin as a member had a great deal to say about die .governor- general little about the colonial j secretary. He was using the latter! as a shield to attack the governor-' general, which he 'was not entitled to 'by the form of the house (hear, If he mean: to attack The colonial secretary let him do so. PINK1I I AtfS :contract1 will likely he let before fall. rilllOn Lrmu Fouruvn miies of the heaviest ex-1 nilDItir TLl'C YC AD wolk whcro thfi caual leaVes I UUKlNu Into 11 All j the south end-of Lake MacGrcgor and i (creeps along the big s'ide hi'll up ouLj iof the valley of the Little Bow has 1 been let to tne well known contract- (Continued from Front Page.) THE Tins siphon will be a wooden uipejors J. McArthur 'with two 7.1- feet interior diameter Mr. Grace stated most cmyhatical- :Mr. Martin said Hie did attack wocniell stave pipes with capacity that during 1910 there will be a colonial secretary 'in 'part on juris- cubic feet per second diction of Colonial Secretary. Tbtre were precedents 'for government's ac- demand for all kinds of labor at Contractors are also busy working these big contracts just forty miles at the dam at the north end of Lake j nOrth of Lcthbridgc and besides from tlon. There were Canadian prece- Macgregor and a large force is just there eastward contracts will be btak- 'readyto start work at the south end. ed out for sixty miles o[ canal to Tt is expected that all the dams will j be completed this year. There will be; finished so that the water can be an kinds of work. Mr. Grace sai.l turned into Lake MacGregor the lat- he would be most delighted ii there t-er part of 1910. dents for the recall of the -governor- general. Colzelly, under secretary for the colonies, said 'that although member represented Pancras. he did not represent the people of Canada. The speech referred to was not fully re- ported, 'but knowing the feeling in Canada and the governor-general. Uolzelly said he could confidently say that Earl Grey had said nothing to forfeit in any degree whatever the _ confidence the Canadian people had' the crossing, of the Big Bow River for Mm. (hear, 'north of the Grand Forks. It will j probably be one eight feet interior di- ;ameter steel siphon, for which the i New, clean, up to date. I rr All white help. i were so manv men came to l.eth- This'week.three-survey parties were 'bridge that they could not set sent out to complete the surveys of for the contracts on these irrigation the irrigation canals between the j works would require much labor south end of Lake IMacGrcgor and the j tract of land to be irrigated to the JAPAN.S LAND x northwest of Medicine Hat. j The designs are now being made for Good menu. QUjck service. I SPRIG SKIN TROUBLES Pimples, Eruptions and "Spotty Com-1 plexions" i FLLENT VAU3EVIL.I AT THE LYCEUM OWNERSHIP BILL Tokio, .March land owner- ship ibill -was today passed toy the House of Peers, mhis iwrmite the ownership of land in Japan by such 'foreigner only that some from a country that extends similar con- cession to Japanese residents. Next i PI Arlington Hotel ;___-1 Orders for draying left here will receive prompt attention. At this season, -scores of Never since the three week run girls and young women "Dainty Doris" Donn'er ait the Ly-1 find their faces "disfigured by cetim a little over a year ago, has dark spots, eruptions, etc. Thej there appeared a child act that made; I'-t that the Tyn' -i; little boy and little girl, made at j the (Lyceum >_his week. Their act-' Ing is excellent and their singing] _s very fine. TV marvellous i contortiiomst, is the best! Ln .his line that has ibeen on the van- -siege !Uetlibridige. J ihis 'being exceedingly .difficult.; [.aitland and Lee in Irish co -ic dy stein needs renovat- ing after the trying time it has .pass- ed through during Che winter. Just 'think what it has gone through! You have been out in rain and sleet and snow. You nave 'been at one moment perspiring from skating, or some other exertion. Then you have stood to "cool off." You have spent hours of the day indoors at a tem- Suffered Terrible Pains From His A. Mclntyre, operator at the Lcth- ibridge yard office, has been promoted jto t-hc position of despatcher at icine 1 lac. !perature equal to summer heat. Then j atso a hit, particularly in their you have covered up your cept your gone out in-to a temperature away bedew zero! No wonder thar, wish all these changes, the skin of the face and neck shows slgn-s of needing attention. Don't forget that he skin has to do work just as any other organ of the and if you overlook it, it gives out. Zam-Buk is the remedy. Smear lightly over the spots, the erup- tions, the sallow patches, at night, and notice how quickly your appear- ance improves. As t.he rich, refined, herbal essences sink dee? into "the tissue, the hard, scurvy-like patches are removed. 'Better color results. The cells of the skin become trans- parent. The blood beneath is able to its -proper coloring to the tissue, and the delicate bloom of (health replaces the sallowness and ;pailor of disease. is also of great use for singing, tionally The .bill is ;ood one. a. most -excep- 'THE MAN FROM HOME" The underlying spirit, of the piece Is a -true republicanism, that makes it distinctly refreshing amid the plays of the present day. and the high position of the authors in the ,worid of literature ensures tlie fault- less construction of the language. j One of the stirring 'features is the'. numerous blows it strikes at the folly international marriages, a theme j that is handled without gloves from the rise of the curtain until its fall. The authors .have deliberately set, forth to heap ridicule upon form of republican insanity. The four acts _ are laid in Sorrento, Italy, and the; cnief figure that of a lawyer from j Kokomo. Ind.. stands forth with un-' very reason Perhaps DO other work harder j than, the kidneys to preserve tht gen- eiml health of the body, and people an troubled with some kind of kidney complaint, but do not suspect it. There ia no way of getting the kidney poifloot out of the system except through the kidneyi, and 110 medicine M effective in taking them out Doan'i Kidney They help the kidneyt to fiuah off the i acrid and poisonous impuritiee which have collected, thus clearing out the bladder and urinary peiaigei. Doan'a Kidney Pills are entirely rege- table, and may be safely taken by old uod young. AUTOMOBILES TOR SALE 45 H. P. Locomobile 22 H. P. Buick. The O.W.KERR Co. WHITNEY BLOCK O, T. LATHROP MGR Housecleaning Mr. Dougald A_ Mclsaae, Broad Cove Banks, N.S., I WM troubled with my kidneys for nine and with such terrible pains the small of my back aH a time that I could hardly gei aroun- After taking two boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills I began to feel better, and by the time 1 bad taken three I was completely cured." 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for 11.25, at all dealfrs or mailed direct by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat. IB ordering specify "DoanV lime is here. Your Paperin, and Decorating first class by Painting guaranteed DAVIT) CLARK P. C. Hox 616. :i: slcin injuries and diseases. Eczema, usual brilliancy by the ulcers, chaps, -ringworm, acne, yield of his foreign setting. 1o its use. For cuts, burns, bruises, children's rashes, etc., it is unequalled. and it is a sure cure for piles. All druggists and stores at 50c box, or Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto, for price. Re- fuse harmful tions. substitutes and imita- This great present day comedy} drama will be presented at the H, t.ic Theatre Wednesday. ?.lar. 23, and i >Mgr. Brown is to 'be complimented! 54: on securing >the latest great play at [popular prices for his 'patrons at the W, Majestic. ,i: ?H Famous Tyrell Children Now Playing At tne Lyceum! I wish to announce tnat my exclusive agency for this territory has been acknowled- ed by the Cadillac people and orders' have been issued for all other agencies to be dis- continued. We can furnish cars on short notice. I I 1 1 AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED I In unlimited quantities; also hides of nil kinds. All hides should show brands. MaVe your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. ;