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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, -May THE LETJIBRIUGE 5AILY HERALD Page 11, Tlie success of the M Queen Quality''- Shoe is unparalleled. It is tremendous. It is now world Famous. It is the world's standard of '.'A perfect .'..shoe for .women at moderate cost." You can absolutely depend upon it. It is as reliable as Sterling on Silver or W. J. NELSON The Foot Toggery nm T? CO. Sole Aents The Future of Clifford Sifton Ho. -MacLean's Magazine has an article: the game question of their by H. W. Anderson, -which deals in an j senior has remained, still at the head Interesting way with "The Party Bolt- of his'party, still in the confidence of who recently left the Liberal party on the Reciprocity as he puts it, the party left him: "No scenario has matched that tense, absorbing epilogue, staged in Ca the country. Man, or Party, the Maker? "But, perhaps, the immediate future help tjlie. political economist and the practical politician to solve a per- ennial enigma. Does the party make jnada's Parliament! The argumema- the man, or the man make the party? Jtive artillory of a master was in play. The Grim Reaper called the ardent j There was no rhetorical conjury, of the Administration" in the drapery of language, no emotion. It [heyday. His part Is history, was a series of swift-spoken, clear-cut! "But the forceful "Napoleon of the sentences, each standing out in js a men of today.' There are boldness. And, behind all, was the who say he made the West; personality of the! others who claim that the West made he knew it, recognized its "He stood in his accustomed place. rhe summuuingis were all faiuiihtr.i vclop them. He reasoned with his old characteris-inow. jitlc, analytical tenacity. But things opportunities, and vent to work to de- He, has a larger order were askew. The men who were wont to oheer w.ere silent; while the scoff- ers had stayed to praise-. i Could Mot, Walk Ten Yards Without Resting, HEART THE CAUSE.. .Mrs. Robinson CoUette, Rogersville, writes: "I am now enjoying the SANK OF daily routine of the Bank's busi: Epilogue and Prologue Too "Clifford Sifton will not fold his arms. He will not 'let well enough alone.' is not that kind. Two "One can imagine the strange; years ago he declared himself out of thoughts, passing with kaleidoscope party poiitics_ vividness across the man's mind, as has come He is not C0m. he delivered his message. munkative. Those who have associat- "The friends of a lifetime, the col- ed him Mm 'Sifton the Silent' leagues cf twenty-three years of preg- the But hundreds who nant political experience, the men whOjthronged galierles of the House of had fought with him, and for him, inj Commons tiie afternoon, who a myriad and more tight ramous Old Building Sinking Found to be London, :May phrase "as safe as the -Bank of is ra- ther shaken in its meaning Toy news of a subsidence of the foundations of Heart and rrve is W2q troubled with a weak heart and" wa- the famous old building in the city. The clerks in the Private Drawing is situated'at the Prince j CATTLE street corner of the Bank o'f England, Tee vaults containing the millions of pounds worth of unclaimed gold and silver -plate and securities remain in-. tact. In addition to the work at Prince street corner, an enlarge'jT office is in course of ;tion at the Bartholomew lane end of! the Bank, and three floors have been added to the library. "ithose little sudden-life-or-death affairs afraid to draw a loag breath for the pain i'and com.municates with the Bill Office DEALER MARKET SAYS WILL SLUMP it would cause me. I could not sleep at and it was impossible for me to ixralk ten yards without resting myself. 1 cannot speak toe highly of your Heart and TMerve Pills, for they arc the greatest pill I.have ever used aud I can recom- laend them to all sufferers.1 startled recently by a loud Buying Companies Are Losing, 'port coming apparently (from the roof of the -building. Careful examination by experts fail- Calgary, 'May Jack, buy: ed to disclose any defect in-the''roof, iand the authorities, er 'fo is tered at the Alberta. Speaking to The Thousands of people go about their Jed thoroughly to inspect the f tfte Verge of dead! and yet of that j; X-ittl'ejatteation'.is paid to tfce slight .yeaknejsrof the heart" ftir the simple i Jaad teasn-tfiat one -thinks k will right itself, ;hare sucJc away from the main.struc-j BiH an undoubted subsidence i place. "The foundations ket> he sald at the hign rates at but there is where the mistake is made, iture to such an-extent that a rod can It as oiuy when a violent shock coizes 'feat tfce weakness of becomes epparent. :__ On the first sign of any weakness of fee heart or nerves, flagging energy or ghysicaJ breakdown, the use of Milburn'a Xiczxt and Nerve Pills will soon produce quack and permarierit cure. 50 cents per box, or 3 for St all 'dealers or mailed direct on receipt ctf price by The T. Milbtirn Co. Toronto, Out ._-. j easily be swept througih the interven- Iing space. "1 Repaii-s were at once -begun, and the wori: now .-in hand. the under-ptaaiEg of the Prince street coi- ner of the Bank. This necessitates the cutting away of the original TO PARRO1 an area cf between four and _ stood for nearly two f hundred.- .-years, and the-'putting-in of (present obtaining for the ranchers, the buying companies were losing from S5 to a head on shipment. All shipments were at present going to Vancouver. If the sains cattle were handled in the Winnipeg and Eastern- markets at the present prices the buy- ers would suffer.losses cf from to per'head. Mr. Jack predicts that in the next few days prices will experience a t Icided slump. He is at present paying, from to per -cwt. Atlanta, Ga., May W. H. a solid raft of six feat fa -beneath the outer walls. In spite of tie years that they -have lain of the -piles ibroaght to the sur- rood last week, -paid ?30 for tise! are in an eKtraordiaarily jf the long distance telephone to con- state of preservation. During necessary escavatinns, many interesting curios in the form of Koroan pottery -ware, tusks of boars -i.er.ujet pairot, is1'Atlanta. When Irer mistress She talked garrulous In- spoke, Polly responded, freely, becoming N. S. ELECTIONS TO TAKE PLACE IN JUNE Halifax, N. 5., May local pa? per .states that the dissolution of the legislature "will be gazetted today and that polling will take place on June', 14. Premier Murray, on, 'being askedi for confirmation of this, indicated that the exact date had not been decided> and fossilized remains of other animals There is no" doubt, however, that thei and seemed the conver- j have been unearthed. The work now i elections will -be held on or very near [in progress does not Interfere Tyitnjtaat date. in the Public Accounts these now sat stoical, disappointed, un- responsive. "To the left, his old chief, w-ho had recognized his services with many an envied honor, moved a chair the better to see and bear, resting the distinguish, 'ed head upon a "tired hand. There was no light in the eyes r.-bkb. never left him; there was no fleeting smile ab- out the-lips which never parted- "And, over yonder, ia the ranis of the Philistines, where for two decades he had .been reviled and denounced, were paeons of sympathetic and en- thusiastic- approval. An Outstanding Trinity "Clifford Sifton, they say, was a unit in the outstanding trinity which dom- inated the new government of big men which took office following general election of 1896. J. Israel Tarte, the "Master of the and Clifford Sifton, the "Napoleon of the were the two dynamic person- alities who loomed large in the public eye. With them was associated "Wil- frid Laurier, the negligible, soft-spok- en and altogether likeable "Figure- "But how oft.en the sagacious public misses its guess. Sometimes one won- ders whether. yet understands and appreciates the clear-visioned, back of ettante; whether: she yet realizes that it..is'mor'e'fch'aiftlie charm of personal- ity, the winsome nianer, and the grace qii gesture, which makes this French- Canadian idolized by -his followers and, respected by bis opponents; whether witnessed the personal and political drama, in which he occupied the cen- tre of the stage, know that the curtain has not -fallen upon the last act. It the epilogue of the story started in 1896; it was the prologue "The Napoleon of the West has come to East He- has steeped the radi- calism of the practical prairies in the conservatism, of the commercial met- ropolis. He is in the prime of .life. He has remarkable attainments. He has health, he has money, be has ambition he has the Big Idea. "'What- then, of the Sifton. of To- -United, Yet Divided "When Mr. Sifton 'bolted' from his party, the gossips got busy and thought they.saw an interesting situation. 'De- velopments1 la newspaperdom were Mated at Mr. Sifton owns the Manitoba Free Press, the most widely circulated pa- per in tihe West, and a, mighty, power to- the Liberal party for many moons. "Would the Captain leave the ship? the ship must go, too? If not, then surely the ship must be turned ov- er to the Enemy? Both guesses were wrong. Mr. Sif- ton was proprietor, but not manager or editor of the Free Press. Now, the Free Press is the Western Liberals' sponsor and father-confessor in one. To cut off the Westerner's right hand and-pluck out his-eye would be brutal j politics, and far top small for tie Big Man of the West. "Nothing else oould be simpler to Mr. Sifton. He plow the new.fur row, and--leave his staff-at Winnipeg at tbt M. rmtay. El AJL Beds differ In more than design and price. Even metal can faults ifj quality is sacrificed to make a; low price. So it 13 worth while being sure the "IDEAL Guarantee Label is on the foot-rail. IDEAL Meta! Beds retaia glossy finish. The parts ft Mritfa. that prevents them ever rattling or becoming wobbly. Quality not sacrificed to make Metal cheap ewa- la, that coat only _ Write Office nearest you ffcr No, 140 IDEAL BEDDING WINNIPEG es, prepare and pack B, simple lun- cheon, find out and point tae direction of: the north star ,and fcnqw- tine teen principal .points of the compass, make an article of "wearing apparel, d show a savings "account of fifty cents. V The qualifications of the- first class Guide are to sketch the outline ot tree, house or landscape, name ten wayside plants with their, special us- es or characteristics, and. recognize sis trees or shnibs, to name and de- scribe six birds, to describe the pro- per action in case of minor accidents and drowning, fire, escaping gas, pois- oning, sunstroke or fainting, tp.-Jfcrio.w the location of ambulance, fire and po- lice station, find the pjiiclcest -means tq reach them, to "prepare and a- -meal of at least three courses to .four ipersons and ''to POLWM5AL -EftUAJL; Unusutff Situation In Prince folsnd House Edhntrd Ottawa, afagr vacancy fa the premfersMp of'Prince Edward Is? land, by the. appointments of ti.i Hon. P. L. Haszard. to be "a judge ot supreme Cotsrt ol province, is likely to create an Intefj- esting political situation in the island province. resignation, of, Haszard. leaves the parties eq.ua! in the Legislature, tihe of one -which the go-vernment carried on business for three years past haviag; disappeared. There Is likely to be the! hottest sort of- an elr NEW The Guide uniform is a sailor of dark blue material, and a sailor hat[ I with a band -of company colors. Bach ZEALAND'S GIFT TO THE KfNG jer, for example, White Roses, in which event the patrol color is white and green. The flower design is-worn as a crest oa the ieft of the blouse "We hear a. great deal of talk in these days about -woman's as if the rights of" women' were sh-e yet notes .the delicate persistence j to plow the old, to the-jJelight -and.ev- Mr. discuss: which his fingers unerringly seek the pulse beats of .her people. the 'public- were once, more, wrong. Even Father Time deceived them. The two younger men, each strong enough and wilful enough, to his own way, on erlasting gratitude of.the.great army .of Free Press readers. "What, "more logical to the Big Man than to thus retain the goodwill of his old friends and admirers? ing-the aims of the "A man's is to maiij-and fill a man's place ;in a manly way. A woman's right is- to be a wo- man and fill a woman's place in a wo- proved his Statesmanship." one is absolutely necessary to the oth- er and both are equal in importance. Spokane, Wash.. May in dress, never wearing anything ex- have been completed by Rev. David W. travagant or extreme in fashion or S'erry, .pastor of Emmanuel Presbyter- material. Jan.church of Spokane, founder of the; "A guide will ;be respectful and Girl Guides of America, to organize obedient to her parents and teachers patrols in several thousand cities, and officers "A will be on the lookout for :i towns and hamlets of the United jsstates and Canada within the next glrls who arg strangerSi lonelr> jslx months. The chief aim of the or UDjhappVj and be read (movement is to supplement in a ma- tnem_ iterial the training of 'girls, be-i the ages of 11 and 18 years, A, take at least a half Itaeir particular sohere in life bv in- erercise every day, unless es- 'culcating womanlv traits and refine- i Cused by the advice of a physician. meat, with devotion to home and wil1 and .work ln tne ODea Allen, a young society wo- i of neatness and order and to fit them i for emergencies. as much as possible. "A guide will be cheerful at all times and -under; all circumstances, and en- 'Be Prepared" is the motto _ of the-aeavor to cteer and ghe- tire emblem ibeing an torch, signifying ifcat the; Tll8 Qf Organi2ation ig actions will always be above to Q, fte A i reproach and will endeavor ,o be a ccmposed of from six to j ht guide to those in distress and light tbe officers a Jeader Qf at 6 ;Qie -pathway of others to all that years of and an assistailt ;good and noole. patrols a company or troop un- in this world, and they should study to eutlvate personalities that will toe exemplary in refinement ;and in nobil- ity of life and character. The Girl Guides, of America will, therefore, be not only.'guides to usefulness, ibut will endeavor to ibe guides to tie iiigiest ideals and best, life of mankind." GIRL CLAD ONLY IN PYJAMAS RIDES CAR 3 MILES W SLEEP Omaha Conductor Protects Pretty Somanbulist from Gibes of Passengers Omaha, Neb., May only in pyjamas and bedroom slippers, 'London; May people of New Ze-aland have sent a magntficent Coro- nation gift to the King and Queen. It is a great nugget of gold, the largest ever found in the country. It weighs 286 ounces, and is known as the die" nugget. It was found on. the west coast of New Zealand, and has since been mounted on. a tbate of Zea- land Jade. The "Roadie" fa brought to Eagland.' in. charge af a special .messenger.: man, rode three miles in her slew on a midnight owl car last night. She -boarded the car and dropped into a seat with eyes half closed, and was the object of the mirth, of four young men passengers, and the proteo -'s'tion of the alarmed until i tho car reached a downtown hotel. Here the conductor called a police- man., and a moment later -Miss Allen was awakened witn a dasb. of water. A Good Defence the White Plague No one can afford lessen their power to-day, and to haw power: you must-have good The human body is lie greatest wer- chiue ever wonder- ful mccb'aiiisni in the world, It is sheer economic to fcjep yoar body in the best conditwa. There is no valid excnsc for the tissues to become attacked br plftgue. You. need your- haaltft-lad Canada needs you. Insure against it by buOding yooi- reserve farces and bodily The best defence you can get is Cod Liver Compound. It builds op ffce tissues and prevents disease. A delicious tonic and a izer, puts on -good, solid fleai, and you feel fit for any task. For the puny and backward child there is Nyal's Cod Liver Com- pound w2l soon bring the roses back to the cheek and give vigor sad -reality. Your own Druggist cheerfuDy Vss Nyril's Cod Liver Corapoucd. Jhe 'manual, now in press, prepared; tier the leadership of a captain, who She was taken home in a taxi-cab. Mr. Ferry tor free distribution to must be more than 21 years of age interested in the hold a certirlcate of appointment The who says: ;from the national iheadquarters. Prepared' in mind by having' captain appoints a lieutenant, disciplined yourself to be obedient to must be over 18 years of age. The evjery order, and also !b yhaving local council is composed of company thought out hand any others interested in the or-situation that-might occur, so The court of honor is formed you know the tiling to do' the captain and leader and assist- right Kionient and 'be willing do it. 'Be Prepared' in 'body -by mak-j 'J'here are tliree -classes cf Guides. in.g yourself strong and active and: Before being enrolled as an appren- able to do t-'ae right thing at the right-tice the applicant, must present a let- time and it." _ jter of consent from parent or guard- The excerpts from the'ian. understand the Guide laws, tie a Guido laws explain the (purposes of 'bow, -wrap a parcel, fold a dress cor- organisation: 'rectlj% and take the following obliga- fruitl-a's first duty is to her Sue will gladjy forego pleasure of any "I promise on my word of honor that itfnd for the sake of that duty. jl will endeavor'to obey Girl Guide "A guide will endeavor to do a at all times, and that I will ner- f-urn to someone every day. In addl-ier willingly bring disgrace or dishon- dpn to being helpful in her own home, or on the Girl Guide Society." wi'U visit the sick and help An apprentice is required to pass be to assist others atlthese tests before becoming a second all times. [crass guide: One months' sendee, ste- "A will honorable knowledge of first aid to the and in speech i Injured .lay and light a fire in a and bcliavjor. ;cook stove using onsiy dry and guise ".'ill be sinjple and coal witii not more than three match- H. A. Somerville. a Montreal news- paper man, will open a school for aeronauts. ALBERTA DWyjG. 4 BOOK J. D. CO. A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER One for eac All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have odor; are quick, and sure. Made by The i. B. Esfdy, Co., Ask your nearest grocer for them ;