Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Weflucsday, November TO FIGHT MEMBER -.Ottawa; Nov.. on, ,ieply lo the speech from the throne continued in the i. H, Brodeur having adjournment came. as D ot without, excitement. F. challenged Mr... -or Temiscouata to coinetout-" s-rde.and 'fight ..because the gracious' in his me'thod of 'i.: ._ _ _ Balked. did not before a -tilt." Irrhe minister'of-.marine was reading from Le Devoir-in which fAfr. reported as .making some. statements in which' to th'e prejudice of the 'Blondin denied having r fnX statements arid when, .continued: -reading .-he: juniped ".up ....and..cried is false, .absolutely -.false: .r deny 'every word of sides of the house uproar ''-con- until" adjournment..' W." F.. Mac- -L-eah: also spoke, the whole' subject of. from the Drummond- Athabasca THROUGH FRUlT-A-tlVES The Famous Medicine Made Fruit careful consideration, it has been deternjined. taat is a thoroughly scientific remedy, -It is based on scientific facts and it cures in a- scientific .manner. In fact Fruit-a-tives is -known to be the most remedy ever discovered for Kidney' and Bladder Troubles. Mr. Placey thinks Jus experience proves it: The following uew phones last directory was published. 1497 Audet 310 Bank of Commerce..... 108- Bradbeer; Chas. 415 JRev. W. P. 1240 Building- Trades Council 567 D. Dr. 1160 City Repair Qo. 602, W, 638 G. 753 Fi W. Cosman, W. P. 1054 Canzet, IL H, io74 Crosby, P.- E. Coultry, Frank Davidson, ,T. -m'i, 534 Dell, John: Eckstorm Easton have heen p'ut changes inade'since the Cut this out and paste in your book: suffered for many years 'with' Kidney f the Bac'kl I took I.- every' lend wn. kidney remedy iidney 1- pill, but notkiiig -gave: relief: J was advised to try this fruit every other remedy 'failed, .1 iised fifteen boxes of From me.refief-and I am. now no pain, and symptom of Kidney SATISFACTORY suggestion that the meet' on Afav" w lVas by the government.. 50c a box, 6, for trial At dealers or sent on 'receipt, of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. 7S4 GUI 442 1071 1421 1351 406 109.1 10745 1211 Cold Feet famous physician., once.gave liierole-for feet warm, .Jiead cool "land bowels feet get cold or wet, 'a cough or sore "throat 'usually follow.- SBlf ol.Tar and. Cod-Liver Oil off .all colds., "'the most successful "bottle cents; JSscelsipr. Cafe -r. if.. Co, V. G-ibsoa, L. Gibson, M. j., ;Harper, J. George Henderson, W.........-.. Hay, S. D. Harris. Jl "Hamilton, W. A. Harding, D.' Hatch, G. M. Hill, E. J. International .iCafe, Jacques, W.r -Jacfc. -A: Lethbridge News Lethibridge- News R. Lelli'ottr.I.' Lemon. L'ibridge Con- of-Music V Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge. Herald Mason Rische Piano C-O; Meech, H. W.. Marshall, M. V" -3fcMiiien, Rev. W. Y. McLean, R. M. .i.ifcjrjc AA'enue ........_.Manager's St. South .Residence..........23 Argyie Avenue Street North Avenue 'south .Fourth Sflutb .Frfth- Street-South -327- Fifth street .south Sixth Ave. Soutk t South ......Iteiry........ Avenue' South, 255 ;Stxth South AvftBuie, S Strathc'otta Court, 4th AS Street %630. nth Street, South Gth- Street 'Nortit Gth Avenue: Soath ".til 5th. Street''South -320 Gth Avenue-South U. 1208. Sth Ave. South ..OJeutist MacDoaald 5th S .street Souli S29 13th Street "Soiith. 621 loth Street South Argyie Ave-ntie ..423 2nd Street ,.514.. 9th Street "South Cor. 6th St. vl; tfopriate 3Cmas fcifts in Jewelry aiicl Tilings will be particularly noticeable i .'invited to pas- tor of. the, He was 'formerly V ;a missionary J 'E' Hughson, at "a "'mass' -yes- terday, declared tnkc more drunken men of.' Ed- monton than in any. other' city; he had ever labored. Street South Eighth Sr. "South Office ...'.riSth Street" South Street South- 1 i5ih St. .South ,'C" South .1 .Strathcona c't j-f Geo. Director...5th av-e, S. J qbbing. and Business. Dept. 5tfi St.': S. 5th Ave. S- Street r.'M: 12th Street South ..KesMence Gth St. South sv 7 714 -McLeoa.-.j; H. 765 .McCavr, F.- EL- 1474; :'NichoI '-Partridge, G.r '.752.' AV C. 1381 .Phair, Thomas Palmer. J. R. 401' BentJey.- H. '111V Coal Col "T458." S .Kesidence v .ftesitfence ..'..Kesftieace Western1 Ot'EY BROS. ROASTS BANKS S con 'the workers on': the.-success of the ,Y. "Ar. Ci'A." .'closed' contri-buted. ex- Ashdown-handed, down- a., roast ,fpr the chartered only three of which v 57-i Squires 1112. -.TerrilJt'-J...E. laor'-'Trem-blay. J. Bros. 527, 31. 13S7 Woods, C. T.-j...; 1126 "P. J. M.' Cecil.! C; W: 141 Murray, TEL X. Porter, W. 143.-; Enright Hth St. South ave'A, South .MgT.r Mason, Risch Co... 5th S. 3rdrAve.- -S. :'....'.'.501 Sth S. .-4 .504 10th -S. 7th ave. 'S. lift loth: street S. 5. Stratheond' ct. Stiv'Street '.South ?til StreeV'South >t, 8 Street S -11% Street S Ave. S. 'St..' S -12th :-St. s. Street ....Inland. Revenue" isth Street S; .Residence Street South Rural 14S A! 3L........ 151 147; Cameron, Ohio-Alta Cox, F. H..'..- 151'' Watson, G. Hi R. cV- C. Sous-'' ADMIRES M W CEtEBSnON WESTERN TYPE Last Perfonnaace of A Bachelor'is HonJ J. ]S Gives Mi AT MEWiNE HAT or Hou. J. N. Armstrong, leader on the le Hat, Nor. eveat wijl the s yet ,m -west u-irh rv to its take place 'in this- city on 'Satur- day, .November 26. On that date the Alberta Clay Products, plant, vhll rormaily opened. Invitation's Liberal side, Scotia leg- islative council, and one of the mem- arid itfJs expected 'that nearly ihe Best Coinefly Seen in Lethbridee -v ;-r Tbls Season You'll be sorry if you miss it-. Prices: 75c and" SOc' FILTHY and" UNSANITARY practice in an- "all white" -steam- Think of it. Give -us a chance. Lethbridge Laundry PC O. BOK 477. bers of the technical education com- mission here yesterday, told the Her- ald that he found it difficult' to put into words the impression left on his mind his first visit to western.Canada. The many types of mankind, casting aside all traditions and hewing out their own ideals ap- yeajeq '.-to him perhaps more than any- thing else Educationally the west is simply magnifying itself if he might use; such j an expression. All the way from Port Arthur to Lethbridge they had- seen. nothing hut a' series of splendid 'ed- i ucational edifices, that meant much) to the future greatness of Canada and i threw into the shade his preconceived j notlons of the west. Speaking again of the western type of manhool. he remarked that what, the., western is not I any harking -back to .old traditions or any such things as- that, butVf chaP lenge to the future and-what the fut- ure holds. -Being-a member of the legislature of an. eastern Province and having been identified with public life for something over years saiu it was great- satisfaction to him to nnd such splendid.patriotic principles In the west and to observe that noth- ing 'JS to be allowed- to stand the way giveu the C. R. on all their lin 25 for this open- ing. Standard certificates will be is- sued by the.agents for this purpose. stops coughs, cures colas, heals i the throat and 25 Frank "Police Court News teoday before Inspector Belcher Mal- o Lekello was brought up on a charge of assault at Passburg. He Headed guilty and was fined and :osts. At the police courL Ulairmore today Before Inspector aelcher David Dunn vas charged'with petty theft. He vas touad.guilty and sentenced to a TCI on ih's hard labor. At police conn: 'today before the Lamp of Real Beauty because it gives the bestjight of all Jamps. The Rayo gives a white, soft, mellow, on the eye because it cannot flicker. You can use your eyes as long as- you wish under the Rayo light iwithput strain. The Rayo Lamp is low-priced, and even though yo.u.pay.SS, for other lamps, you may get more expensive decorations but you cannot get a better light than the lo.vrp.riced R.ayo gjves. A strong, durable shade-holder holds the shade on firm and true. This season's new burner adds strength and appearance. v Once a Rayo User, Always One. tryaikert. nof-fff ysttrx, fer circular to the Oil Company UoitetJ.