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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iTttWsihflfiirfi FLOUR [Essentials of good bread are just three-common sense, a good oven and Purity Flour. Produced entirely from the choicest Western Canada Hard Wheat. That's why Purity Flour makes most delicious bread with least trouble. Beltf Hvarywhcr* In The Great Dominion WMTMM CAMAOA fLOU!) MII.Lt CO . Limit** Mill* at WlnnlMKt Cedsrloli and Oranuon Liberal Party Favors Purity in Elections Ottawa, April 98.-The, Opposition fills from one point to another In a vain endeavor to discredit the Gov  ernment. Lam week an onslaught was made on the finding* of the ttoyal Insurance Commission, whose report revealed certain questionable transactions in Insurance funds with which prominent tnomlasrs of the Con sorvatlve party both In and out of the House had been concerned. After a long dobate In which Mr. Poster, the chief offender, made on oarnest plea to his followers and the House, upon vote he was condemned, by about 1? to 70. This reflects the view his own friends' entertained of his connection with trust funds which the commissioners' report says he employed wrongfully to his own advantage. LIBERALS APPROVE OF ELECTORAL PURITY. The Libera) programme for the session contained so much suggested legislation in the Interests nf all tho people, that It is no surprise that the expressed Intention of submitting Proclamation To the Citizens of Lethhridge, UREKT1NO Now Know Ye.:- That 1, Walter Stuart Gnlbraith. by virtue of the powers vested on me as Mayor of tha Oily of liOlhhridgo. do hereby declare the Oth day of May, 1U0T. a Civic Holiday, for the purpose of celebrating the First Anniversary of the granting to Leth  bridge of its charter as a City. And I horuby call upon all 30 ects tojw sick with anthrax, glanders or rabies and such premises so Isolated shall remain so until tho anltnaldies or recovers and the premises ore disinfected In the manner described In Schedulo 10. ALBERTA'S OPPORTUNITY THR ORIRNT. in The Vancouver Daily Province of recent date had an articlo of such significant''! to Allwrtun agriculture that it is well worth while rcpro -during it in full. Thousands of tons of wheut would now be rolling through Vancouver to the Orient, but for the fact that It Is impossible to secure grain. IV-uiand such as was never hoard of lx>-fore, now exists, but exporter* Kim -ply cunnoi get the grain. Next fail however, it Ih promised thnt things ulllbc different, for then Alls-rta will luive five million bushels ofgrain for export whore she ha Hut the fire-pot nit erta, where it's Jest dls >oy; in the fo' part uvde in tho grain trudo I found prospects night, suh. do colonel's mo' gon'rally for tho coming summer extremely so 'toxicatcd dat ho don't pay no bright. A very large increase of win-attuntion to tho skeotors. an' In tho tor wheat is in the ground, and this lus' part uv do night, suh, do skoat- 'graiu is looking oxAptlonully well, ors la mos' gon'rally so 'toxicatod From present Indications Albortawill dat doy don't pay no 'tention to do havo at least flvo million bushels of colonol "- Kx. iwheot fur export this year. Wo are .confident that a largo part of that .surplus grain will move to Vancou  vor. While tho demand from tho Orient is now making itself manifest 1 beliovo that in tho future Mexico I will tako quantities of our . highest grmto grains." tion, probably in consequence of his notable victory in Queen's Shcl-bourno. N.S., followed Mr. Ilordon, and quickly placed himself on record as I eiitg in favor of purity in elections, and sympathising warmly with any well considered measure design-mi to accomplish that result He, however, deprecated the spirit In which the resolution hud been constructed and presented to tho House. The Finance Minister reminded the House thnt Uu> validity ot the resignation nf Mr. llvtnan was questioned by the Opposition, nnd It was at their Instance that the matter was referred to the Committee on Privileges and Klectiuns, nnd from this fact may Pit traced all the delay , which has occurred. Mr. Fielding in- j formed the Mouse that ho had recelv ( ed a notification from Mr. llymnn' that ho hud sent another resignation I to Mr. S|H3akor. This Is Just n caso of the injuring his trade ny giving bargain retailer crwIH. One of the mu�l recent features of the tight against the credit evil is the combination of all the retail stores in one town, un in the ruse of Cart-wright, Man., to which wo referred in a recent issue The storekeepers thorn haw have amalgamated under tho name "Merchants' Limited," and their progress is l>eing watched with eager in tores t. The retail merchants aro beginning to see where they stand and what they are up against unless they use tho nutil-ordcr ammunition in combating the mail-order trudo. The chief teaturo of that ammunition Is "selling for cash."-Tho New West i Trade. , -ft- (SCIATICA OUItED AFTICK TWF.N-I'llOTEST AO A INST 1NSINCICIUTY TY VK.UtH OF TOKTt'HK. Kph. Hurker of Cards ton purchased a car-load of pure bred stock at Calgary Fair._ _ There were only 320 failures in business in Canada with $2,076,095 liabilities as against 387 last year With liabilities aggregating 83.919 780. Representatives of magazines with a combined circulation of two mill -loa an making a tour of the Can adian West. Mr. Fielding gave expression to u vigorous protost against tho view advanced by the lender of tho Opposition that the o'ectian laws required amendment in consequence of illegal ami corrupt methods employed by Literals alone. In no sunso did he attempt to justify wrongdoing, but ho dki strenuously protest against tho view that all the virtues remained with tho Opposition and all the TENDERS WANTED. Tenders will he received at tha City Engineer's office up to lao'clock, noon. May 4th, IU07, for tho hauling ard spreading of approximately 2,000 cubic yards of gravel on tho Macleod road leading to Belly ll:��r. Tho lowest or any tender not nec-casarily accepted. Full information regarding >he work may be obtained at the �3lcc of the City Engineer. C. M AHNOLO, City Engineer. Ltth'vidn*. ApHl 30th, 100 r. Tho Bank of Montroul is establishing a brunch at I'rinco itupert. Tlu-yond comprehension. Nothing gave him any permanent relict until he !'. lias been organized at Fer- Flciivncn Ileaver � six year old rhiid was badly mangled by a M.J', anil M. Iluilnay engine at Fernie, 'i'lie KdmonUm City Council I has granted an oxclusivo gas franchise to tho North West Oos and Oil Co. for fifteen years. THE GREAT BARGAINS of last week are still continuing ! NEW STOCK expected in a few days. The J.Brown Co.Ltd Suoccasors to the Co-Operative Association McKenzie 9b Roy DEALER IN Electrical Supplies All work in house-wiring, motor wiring, iust bulla, Aimuuciators, Private Telephoast, and Light Reiiairiug promptly attended ft by first- eliius iiioclmiiics, Office on Redpath Street LETHBRIDGE, - ALBE1TA 39 ;