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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Paac 12 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, SAVE EVERY On May 31st we close our first year's successful business in Lethbridge. On June 1st we will hold our first annual stocktaking. Before the inventory sheets come from the office we want to sell the greater part of China and Toilet Sets. You will therefore save 20 per cent BIG CHINA Now is the time to stock up your China closet. The stock is known to be new, large and well selected. It is the largest in the city. The goods are of the best quality and latest designs 20 PER CENT OFF EVERYTHING IN THE CHINA DEPARTMENT MONDAY AND TUESDAY Saturday Morning is the time to buy. Be sure and ask for prices on our Toilet and Dinner Sets. HE H. A. Troubled With Backache For Years. Now Completely Cured by the Use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thousands of women Buffer untold every day with mchinj realij' have no business to ache. Backache LI simply a warning from the kidneys and should attended I immediately so as to avoid years of terrible suffering from kidney j Doan's Kidney PilU will cure you ia the same way they have curtd thoiuandi I others, and they cure to itay cured. W. C. Doerr, 13 Brighton St.. Ont., writes: "It M whfc pleasure that I thank, you for 'the good your Doan's Kidney j Have been troubled with backache fot j fears. Nothing helped me until a f rieW i brought me a box of your Kidney Ptlk. 1 1 began to them and took four boxem, I and am glad to say that I am cured jtirely and can do all my work and [feel M good u I used to before Ukm I am positive Kidney Ex-Minister Wanted a Government Engineer To Report On Proposed Road-Will Produce Figures Of His Estimate Of Cost ial to the Herald.) i Kdward Hoiel. after making a second Hdmonton. Mav Goddard lriP over the route, beginning on Oc inn.h finishing October l'2. continued his evidence after lunch. As an engineer sent out to spy out the land, witness was to report to Wood- man and telegraph any required infor- mation to Clarke, using caution in wording messages so that the inform- ation would not leak out at Edmonton. He said he travelled miles in making the survey, going to the east of Lac La Biche and Stoney Moun- tains. He returned on September He wen: to at Win- nipeg, and thence to Minneapolis, where he met Clarke. Waddell and Bowen. He reported to Dr. Waddell at West Hotel in a verbal general way as to the line of route, grades and pro- hablr freight receipts. Amusing Incident. Claims It Is Not a Common Goddard told of an amiisinz inci- Pills are all you claim them to be, and I advise all kidney to them a fair trial." Price 50 per boi or 3 for at aH or mailed direct ee receipt price by The T. Milburm Co., Toronto, Oat. ordering tptciry Don't.11 PULLMAN CAR START FIGHT FOR MONOPOL Fears Its Business Will Be Hurt Estimate of Cost. In that report he estimated the av erase cost per mile for miximum grade of per cent., for clearinj gratung. bridging, ties, ballasting and grubbing, at He figured on puslier engine grade at Fort Mc.Mur ray for a distance of six miles. H did no: include, of course, the cos ef rails. He said that while at the King EC ward Hotel. Dr. Waddell 'told him t keep quiet, as he did not want him v go out much. He declared. ever, that the intention was not t keep him away from the governmen as Clarke had nothing to concea and that Dr. Waddell's idea was sim- ply that he was pretty well known in Edmonton as an engineer, and if lie was seen personally it might have ol McMurray in making the recon- hecu rlm he was here for (dent when, while three days this side DATES MONTREAL SHIPPERS WIN IMPORTANT CASE Nothing was settled and the meeting ended in a deadlock. The witneses understood there Mas a meeting on September 14 between Clarke and the members of the gov- ernment, but he had nothing- to do with it. He said lie had heard that Hhillips had made a report in which tie estimated the cost of the road at a mile. He said Phillips is a good engineer, and especially in the field, but not proficient in getting out a report. The commission adjourned a't noon until 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. Railways Companies Must Not Discrim- inate Against Them Ottawa, May Hoard of Kail- way commissioners has ordered that the Grand Trunk and Canadian Paci- fic railways give the same rates to :ne latces on western grain from Mont- real to points in Ontario and Quebec on the same mileage basis as that in force on the same commodities from the Georgian Bay Elevator Co. points. Montreal shippers have been complain- ing about 'the westbound rate for a couple of years, but the railways de clined to equalize the charges as be- tween Montreal and the lake ports Finally the matter was brought to the attention of the board of railway commissioners, which has decided that there must be no discrimination of lake ports against Montreal ship pers. nuisance, ho met engineer Phillips, al- so making a snrvoy. He asked Phil- lips what ho war, doing, and Phillips iold him a "fairy story." hut he did some definite purpose. .lohnstone road a letter sent to God- by A. C. Fraser, saying ho trust- ed Goddard would not have to be treat not learn Phillips' name until Hke a smaU pox agajn Chicago. May Pullman Pal- ace Car Co. today before the United States circuit court of appeals began its fight to prove that the interstate commerce commission has not author- time afterwards. "Did yon tell what Thc witnoss lhat ity to fix sleeping car rates as it is i you were asked Phillips at. ihe Windsor Hotel so 'hat not a common carrier, but, simply bet 1 did not." was Hie reply. np not mm rented berth. The corporation which; The witness said later heard; thought himself justi- in nine years has paid in i Phillips had been sent out by Clarke; fiod. as the figures of both men were annual dividends and more than week after him to check him up. ne submitted to the government. besides in extra cash and j felt hurt about it and asked Woodman; Joiinsione asked K. u. Hone, ledger keeper at the Un- ion Bank, Macleod, has been trans- ferred to the b'ranch at Grassy Lake. BRITISH DOCTORS HOPE FOR CANADIAN REGISTER stock dividends pleaded that the low- er rates to and from St. Paul recently ordered by the commission were un- just and confiscatory. for an explanation, and the witness how Woodman! he could explain t ho discrepancies be- made an explanation that was satis-jtween bis statement and that of factory. He said that he began the; which S'JT.OIH. a mile preparation of his report at the King j hut the subject was dropped the _ 'witness could bring some figures'! bearing on The witness then told! of a meeting on September U. when' dishing was present. He said the? meeting was protracted lasting until' one o'clock in the morning, "cushing! is there to the end. i "Mr. Cushing seemed to think the j estimates of cost made by me. Jips and Waddell were too high, ob- jecting principally to the amount of yaroage. The meeting was called to discuss the project with Cushing, Everyone Thought She Was Going Into Consumption. Ten Ptuta Wttks BitUrm. Mn. Fwi Biggi, ITmptw, Ont., "I completely ram down, Und WM of order, I used u weak I would be compelled to stay M for -week i at a time, I oould (Biy and rrery one I going into consumption. I tried everything different doctors kelson sold a section and a half to f men in regard to wages and other ome Oregon men. who have been ooking over Sunny Southern Alberta or some goodd investments. They ertainly found the right place. RAINMENS' TROUBLES BEFORE THE COMMISSION matters, began sittings in the Grand Trunk office today t0 hear the evi- dence of the employees of the com- pany. Messrs. .1. G. O'Donohue, repre- senting the men: Wallace Nesbict. re- presenting the company, and J. E. Atkinson, chairman, representing the government. The inquiry will prob- ably lasi several Montreal! May board of rbitration and concilliation appointed o inquire into the difference between he railway company 'and the train- Toronto retail butchers allege a com bine between wholesalers and the :ibat toirs to enhance the price of meat. m nu mfi' 14-W iLJUItAWH Mood Bitten. I d-d not hive one botiU It leather r. not contain inffrwd bottles. 1 gained ten poundi im two Wbrn I began to take it I weighed ninrlv-tlirce pounds. H to pull me 1rotn the grave M I expected to stronj Kfaib. I witt lefi of your weaderfa) reaches every porttoa of London, May a meeting o the General Medical Council. Pres dent McAllister, referring to the fortl j coming conference in Canada regan ing the possibility of federal action' in respect to medical registration, said that should the conference lead to the establishment of a Canadian medical register the question of re- ciprocity between Britain and "Can- ada would be greatly simplified. He expressed the hope that this would be speedily attained. The council resolved that anyone' t who holds a medical license of the, ire BurdocVi j Medical council of Prince Kdward Is-! land should be entitled to be regis-; tered on the colonial list of the mert-! i register. REAL ESTATE DEAL AT STIRLING. Knence by inr other tfrom an engineer's standpoint, but he! kept holding back his approval, lie! seemed to want'a government ongin by deMcra. Manufacture by T. Uilbura LimiUd, Stirling. May day of mourn body U distribute nutriment and rtmovt ,_ Tlwv matUr waste products. Clearly "V" tken, any influence, good or bad, affecting Jed at Stirling. All places of business j tfca blood, must necrssarily nfiect the en- t were closed for the day. A memorial lire lyatent for good or tvil M the be, Get pure blood and keep il pure hj pwmoviag trace of morbid matter from lystem by Burdock BJood Bitters. It exerta in eer to report first. say anything about Gushing did not the guarantee. Toronto, Ont. service was conducted in the church at U o'clock. Tl. Ostl-md delivered the memorial address. Miss MattJe Clark went to Cardston on Saturday, returning to Lethbridge in the evening. A big deal in real estate near Stir- ling was effected last. week. Xels Saturday Specials Show Rooms 324 Crabb Street We Have Just Unpacked Large Assortment Suitable for or Den or Living Jttoom in all Styles ot Finish and 'Upholstering" EASY (loldon Oak spring sontmul back, upholstered in in-con figured veronn. EASY a hove, upholstered in the leather in dark green fi.25. now........... now finish, best of .Regular KASY Oak finish. spring sent and back, upholstered in red raised velours. Regular as above, only uphol- stered in .1 ho. host English leather, in dark green color. Regular now EASY finish, high bnekj upholstered in the best French raised velours. Regular EASY English finish, snme as above with the upholstering in the best Spanish leather. now IXSPECTIOX COSTS YOU XOTIIIXG ;