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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PasreG The Letkbritige Daily Herald. Monday, May 2X It Suits Them All Old and young delight in the rich- nessanddelicious- ness of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA. COWANS PERFECTION COCOA It suits taste. Tbc Cewan Co. Limited, TOEONTO. 13 i.ihora! yavty. cabinet Informallv as to getting a He said the ne- Specials for Wednesday and Thursday provincial subsidy, gotiations did not reach a definite form until November 14. When that consultation began he said there was no understanding as to the amouut of the guarantee. When he was asked to explain how- it was that as early as October he had instructed .Mr. Woods to draw up a mortgage, he said it was orobabh- un- WANTS GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP. der instructions from the premier un- der the belief that Nothing Else Will Suit Partridge, of Saskatchewan Grain Growers. Moose Jaw. May to-day's i session of the Klevator Commission the most interesting feature was the long discussion between K. M. Partridge, manager of tlie execu- tive of the Saskatchewan Grain Grow-! ers' Association, and Prof. McGill. i chairman of tiie commission. Partridge is nothing if not an uleal- the government j jsl ju ti> elevator ownership uarantee the bonds. "I facilities, and said Mr. Cross, "that Mr. Wool; ave voice to opinion which the professor terme-fl socialistic, although he resented in> I i plications as socialism is accepted ill; (the popular sense, on the other hand, i chairman continued the discus-! jsioivin a most impartial and unpre-' knew that we were negotiating wi.ii Mr. Clarke with a possibility that tre negotiations would be successful r.nrl i hs was instructed to make i preparations." Mr. Cross said that while cid! jluUcecl manner> although his direct not know me amount the would perhaps prove rath- would be prior to Xov. 19 he haft disconcerting to the nun possess- cided in his own mind that ot- lhe same less familiar milo would be about right, although! he didn't go into the meeting for the purpose of advocating that amount, said the witness. No. 9 Granite lea Screen Doors 1 creen W mdows Refrigerators Garden Hose Pure White Lead KettL 75c each 75c eacli 15c eacn 9 upwards c, lOc, 13c per foot per 100 Its "At that "1 remember askin Mr. Stocks if he thought would' be a reasonable with the subject than Partridge. Partridge was able fo givp much valuable information ro the commis- sion and promised to furnish a draft budget for their benefit. Partridge stood out as opposed to anything less Whenever your complexion ia unnat- ural, your skin in an unhealthy rendition, your face covered with blotches ana pimples, when boils and festering sores abound then your blood 5s Dad. You can best cleanse it with that purely vegetable compound, Burdock Blood Bitters, which saiely and promptly ren- ovates the blood and entire system. amount and he said he though that] than government ownership. would be tair. Clarke claimed in ing ln lhe nature ol- :l compromise did would cost or'more and ll 4 _ r A t-ureo. have always understood it would cost he think suitable. The whole tern of private ownership was unties-i from what Dr. and jn.ble. ho said. Government-super-, others have told mo. dicl IUH Tllcol ravor nor, "I did not concern myself partic-Jdid the pggestion of government, co-> ylarly with that phase as that was I operation. j the province of anoiher department. The discussion on the financial side I but 1 knew what other the (juestion followed. I'arnidgej were doing and I considered stated that the government could not! fair. I knew the C. X. K. had been1 given 'I'S.OOO for 100 Alia., writes: "1 recom- mencl Burdock Blcod Bit- ters as being the best blood purifier there is. About three years ago 1 wai greatly troubled with boils ami our drug- gist advised inc to t ry Burdock Blood Bitters and after taking two bottles I have not had a boil or even a pimple." expected to operate a system or miles of road j elevators at a Loss, and he considered': Pimples Cured. Mr. J. Morehouse, Zea- land Station, N.B.. writes: "My face and neck were covered with pimpies. and I tried all Vunris of reme- dies, hut llit-y me no I went to many dun l.ut they to the west of here, and I wns also j a small loss likelv for a lime tmlrss i t ,i._ COUld not CHIC me. 1 ibOK cquainted country to two trips to Lac la LJiche. mts Po U JL O. per gall Lmseed Oil Step Ladders Extension Ladders Extension Ladders on per gall on i 20 per cent rr oil St all Carpenters Tl oves, Jctc. T 1 iools, Blood Hit'ors and T ii derful remedy I'nr For sale .'..ai only by The 'i. Co.. Toronto, Onf.. is :i v, on- with Hie nature of the "they could realize there was second- the north and had madejary good in operation which far oul, I inform-] weighed the small pecuniary deficit.. ed myself carefully as to the guaran- 1 The general trend of opinion, he hold. tee given by the province. I knew was turning in that direction' I'co- _ __ _ _ _ Ontario liad given a mile for pie wore realizing the or tlici Twelve of iiip Arctic a road from Toronto to Sudbiiry :tnd movement, ami a liirge ponion of :he brought back ny Commander Teary knowing the nature of that country Community were .expressing it pKco their He agroed on from ot his executive to supply the com-, the eK with figures as soon a, minc at Alllbamsi. .30c per foot 28 ft.. 32 ft. as well I believed 'L'O.f.iOO for the A. and G. W. was fair." Mr. Cross said that in November he was shown a leuet: by Clarke from .1. P. Morgan and Co., intimating that Clarke wag I la satisfactory customer of thelis. also discussed Clarke's standing! jwith Dr. the latter telling! him that Clarke was a wealthy young i man, wol! connected financially and! jthat his father had died a millionaire.I 1 He said this constituted the only cvi-j donee he had as to Clarke's standing! but that he believed Dr. Warttlell im- plicitly knowing him to be one of the! distinguished bridge engineers in the country. He said ho was not on intimate terms with Clarke when the latter left in November and th.it while he didn't tell him he was large- ly responsible far Clarke's getting the guarantee, ho supposed Clarke knew that as he was !he representative of Edmonton he was naturally enthusias- tic about Clarke's success. '.Mr. Cross said that Minly's to hi nil mystrrioiisly m one of his hvtcrp as i "frirnd" was not justifird and he; might jus; as well ime. spoiled out' name, and that, in fact In- would have preferred thai ho had clonf so. Ilo at this poin: rim; he never talked to Cornwall or any oth- er friend about matters of govern- ment policy or what took plnce in the cabinet.. "T am not that kind of a he declared. The witness declared letter written to him by D. D. Mann. Jan. S, 1900, in reference to the Crow's Xest specifications which were sent at his request, under the belief that the question of specifications might come up in the house. Mr. Walsh asked him if lie familiar with the Liberal campaign fund of 1900 and he I said he did not know any contribution! lsmui white as cool and no heat, no dust. as a daiiy. No smell, no smoke, No old-fashioned contrivances. The is the latest practical, scientific cook-stove. It will cook the most elaborate dinner without heating the kitchen. Boils, bakes, or roasts better than any range. Ready in a second. Extinguished in a second. Fitted with Cabinet Top, with collapsible rests, towrl rzck. rvrry want it, be- cause it wi.l cook r.ny c. ;7itr and nor heat IfiC room. no smell, r.o smoki.r.o cosl in, no ashes lo om. It docs ;he of cooking, and t.iakcs ir a pleasure. Women wiih the light touch for pas'.ry especially appreciate it, be- cause they can immediately have a quick fire, simply by turning a handle. No half-hour preparation. It not only is less trouble than coal, but it costs less. Absolutely no smell, no smoke; and it doesn't heat the kitchen. The nickel finish, with the turquoise blue of the enameled chimneys, makes the stove ornamental and attractive. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had witk or without Cabinet. Every dealer everywhere; if not write for Descriptive Circular to agency of lhe dtitffinarylVflfc: Re sure you gel tViis see that the namr-plate Perfection." Tiie Imperial Oil Company, Limited. ;