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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 29, DAILY HERALD This will Cough, in a Hurry Save 52 by Making This Cough Syrup at Home. Buchanan Is Opposed to Bill (Cor tinned front Pc-titiont A. C. Rutherford lor the incorpora- of the Baptist ..Union of Western This recipe makes 1G ounces of better cough' syrap than you could buy ready-made for A view doses vmially conquer the most obstinate cuuglx stops even, whooping cougb of Franciscan Friars, also for ,1-he ex- yrsickly. Simple as it no better; ten tion of time, i'or the A-lbertaTNortb remedy can." be had at any'price." western Railwaj'. Member For (Continued from treat _- Quotes Frank Oliver Mr. Cote then quoted from a book bv Hon. Frank Oliver, and from a Canada. J. R. Boyle for the.: in- letter by Mr. A. M. Hawkins, author Mix two cups of granulated sugar. r.jth one cup of .warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2% ounces of Piaex (fifty conts' worth) in a 16 oz. Tattle; then add the Sugar.Syrup. It lus a" pleasant" taste'and lasts a fara- ily a long. time. Take a teaspoonfu] two -OP three hours..... You can feel this take hold of a in a "way that means business. I "as a, goad .tonic braces up the cppctite and is slightly laxative, too, .Public BIUs. For-First-Reading A, bronchitis, asthrca and. all, throat and troubles. The effect of pine on the membranes -Patterson. is well known.. the .most val- to incorporate the Great liable concentrated compound of Nor Insurance Co., W. H. Gushing. white pine- extract, and is rich To in the natural healing Women's Christian- Associa- plne elements. Other preparation? tion, j. R.-Boyle. not -work in this formula. This- Phrex-and- Sugar-Syrup recipe has attained great popularity through cut" the .United. States .and. Canada. H has often been, imitated, though nevei Successfully. A guarantee of absolute, satisfaction corporation oi_the: Apostolic Syndic, of "Surveyors of the Department oi the set-ting forth the riches j of the country. "The mineral resources 'of northern of continued An act respecting the legislature of speaker, "are without question Alberta, R." B. Bennett: abundant in wealth and'only-await Private Bills For First Reading the advent of man and railways to An act respecting'the High River -enhance their values correspcnd- and Hudsons Bay; .Railway, -L. the province I have M. Roberts. 1 "ere report of the geological sur- acT "respecting citv of Wetaski-' yey for the years 1882-83-8-1. Under .'in C 'H Oliii the head oi Economic Minerals- in For Second Reading ilhe- district of Athabasca', Dr Bell, cs himself strongly about the mineral resources of the country." The speak- Respecting :to-tbwn.prMaoicod, R. the North Land: iron, lignite coal, pchre, clays> marls, limestone, mould- ing" sana, .graphite, salt and'tar sands'. Speaking of tar 'sand, Mr. Cote said: "The tar. sand "in that district is enough to warrant a railway to McMurray. It will bring wealth'not only to Athabasca, but to the prov- ince, and I might say to Canada in general. Is that all of tlje mineral resources oi- that country I say, no. In 1898 Mr. W. A..Fraser was To incorporate Western Canada.Fire Rcspcctiiig the Edmonton Interur- han Railway, J. liqudreau; Respecting Medicine -Hat charter, C. R. Mitchell. Respecting "the city of. Calgary, 'W. Respecting the Peace Pinex or .m Bet it to you. not River -B. 3 of and 'send -to- The- Pines- Toronto. OP.'- '-'-DON'T 'MISS THE' DISCOUNT Nov.' in Force on All of Cornel] Travis' Swell Stock of ClotMng', Mrsiislr1 Furs the transfer of land from 'the Alberta e troleum bearing sands are encounter- ed at this depth so far away frbmi ui ft City Will'Not Build at Once (Continued from front choice 'from difl'erent styles of "Ideal." Hetal Beds, At wliatever -price .you. decide to pay, from you will find a design that your admiration and it, too. The', prices of "Ideal" Metal tBeds vary according to style ntot according to qualiiy. The 'qiiality, is the same in Vttiere is but one grade of "Ideal" "excellence, the best you can -iihd. That is why we are proud 'to 'put our Guarantee label on jjie footrail. will, be relieved of iihcer- if you look -for' tnis Guarantee. Ask us to you; "The Philosophy of a booklet you -will en- jpy and we will tell you the name of the local dealei you will find the "Ideal" line. Ask for Booklet sick and needy -from all over the place and it unfair to ask the rate- bear the. cost of looking after tnem. _." Aid. Sage and Aid. both had btug -further to say, the Supt. Chadwick-' had; to play at committee meeting -being their main luchVaa6 the outcrop lower down-the fei my mind, favors a belief in the exist- an oil field of. great extent." I "In conclusion, Mr. Speaker. _'_ I SfdlM? OK- port, millions of people at -Gillespigj., His son, he said, had sud- i turc time and people who are making qwt: writing from Cayley and business of libelling that north'coun- U try are at all events, doing very un- patriotic worlc." -iNSPFfTOR SAW iJiliJl ijll If T. A. Humphries of Calgary, assist- nish commissioners' and an imperial ant postofhce inspector, was in the city court of appeal. These proposals will Wellington, N. Z., Nov. tions -Premier-Ward, proposes, ro 'bring bei'ore the imperial' conference include following: Universal'penny.'Ipost- iage; development or telegraphic .cbm- imunication vrflhin the'empire; an. all- i red-route between England and Aus- tralia via Canada: of tne colonial office; an .imperial.coun- cil; the. extension of'th'e powers'of the er so earnestly sought for a week -or HERALD LOCATE JACK WARNER post office townvto receive money which he and bi he was in need-.- .'The-chief-.gave the old man all the', assistance he could and he left fox Taier; find him there." Suggests Experiment Aid. Hatch experimenting with the idea -for or two. The home would probably be of some use the- winter: months. It could be run' under -the chief of police and they, would' soon finfi. out whether the people placed there "came from out- side the-eity or not 1 The acting mayor agreed, repeating once again .that he believed it- -be .the.. duty of the pro- ;it the'Canadian Northern Railway Co. Jfc will be remembered that Chief ;Hament The value oi randaium in a steel alloy lies in the fact-.that it removes G-ilk'spie received enquiries as whereabouts from Chief 'of Sterienne.' Genn'any, Nov. German .steamer Berlin from Sunder- lan'd to this port with a crew of 17 'pen., Has not "been; reported 'for twelve an'a J same errand with a letter' of intro- ed in the North' Sea. STEAMER MISSING' Are to be SADOWSEI'SOTTT OF BUSINESS SALE.'" Prices' have been marked down to BOCK BOTTOM and you can get bargains here unheard of before. WHOLESALE PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT and we MUST HATE-TEE STOCK SOLD IN THE NEXT 15 BAYS. Jiisfto show- Ulldf Men! nerwear Penman's St. George and: otiier knovrn makes per garment Underwear elastic kind. Per JTieece Lined Gray, and sanitarv Trhitc. EXTRA S L A Free Hat with Every Suit Cotton Gloves and Mitts 5 pair for E-xcelda Handkerchiefs S Penman's all wool, per pair ____ 20e and 30c (Hlier lines i or. for 25c pair And. per pair 5IACEINAW AND BUCK LINED PANTS Price per pair and GLOVES AND All lined, from .25c un I Mocha Gloves and 1 Wool lined ____ 1 only Gray Tweed Overcoat. Kegu 1 Black Sateen Shirts 1 lar Now g5g 1 Regal Begular slieep lin- eel full length Coats. Eaton price Ours S1 4 J Suits! We have some left-although they are going fast. Hur-. ry-'np and get your choice. We have them All kinds at wholesale prices. OVERCOATS IXTot many left. Special for this week Good Eur Coars. Begular jSTow .....JJ517.00 SHOES. AH McCready mak- es. -.Going at ithe.price we pay McCready. FELT pr. 6'3.25. 3SW pair price is For 1 buckle For 2 buckle near and provide that .home. Sage-Thinks Temporary Sufficient thought that by accepting ilrs. BradbeerJ.s" offer .-the council had provided such a home and filled the next year's council comes into power and-has time to look aroiind itself.. The mayor- thought that ob- jections iio .Jioine would-be ".raised on the grounds that it Aid. maintained fprcibly that it. was un-denoniin'atiohal, that all re- ligious "botties would 'have equal ac- cess to it at: all times, and the fact that it is conducted.- under the city should be sufficient guarantee that it will be maintained undenom- inationally. Aid.' Frayne said that it would be impossible to run rit nndenomination- ally as; some people, would like M, un- less they placed it in the hands of Atheists. Suggests Committee The acting mayor suggested that a committee -be appointed to go into the Question with a. committee of the Chil- dren's Aid Society and after some fur- discussion said he was inclined; would have to give it! :auch more consideration than was i possible at one meeting. I Aid. Sage urged that in view of what had already been done in pro- viding a temporary home, they stop j discussing a question about whicb itnere was no motion before them. It I was sheer waste of time, he declared. 1 Matter Dropped Aid. Hatch also suggested dropping tfie matter. The acting mayor raised the point of there being objections to having a Do You Eat Meat? If you do, we want to get acquainted you. We ;can prevent all the unpleasaiatness, caused by poor, the housekeeper and family gets rufled meat i? not fresh and tender. X; ,i Only the Best LeAves This Shop .We up a reputa- !f tion for reHaMlity. Ton get only the clioic- est, y 6u pKone, send- a. epnle yourself. It.willpavvouto.testus. S i. l '-_ _ '_ t 'if "_ _ We liaudle eyervtliinff aiid deliver promptly. Phone 452. V HilT Blbcfc, Dufferin Street.'" P. sliqp. is; not Connected with., any other -the" city. We do not buy meat from, any other. WniHAVENO SweU stock of ClotMiig, ings WOULD Long List of Acclamations Arranged- in Britain London, Nov. organ- Doctor Said That He izations iiave decided that the follow- Would NvV6f Come Out of ing candidates will be permitted to fee returned w Dewsbury, Rt. Hon. W. Many people may be mairare of .tat- division, J. W. Taylor Dur- conSnement in an overheated or over-; Ham. Koughton. le Spring Division, R. crowded room'or public building inakes Cameron Chelms- them feel faint or dizzy- division, E. G.-Recterman (Un- you neglect the teaming the" slight Hants East division W G of dimness gives fail, IL.ASJU vv. vj. .to treatment, there will be a gradual, .Nicholson. Hants, Spntb. progression to sonic thing icore serious, division, A. H. Lee Hythe, There is no reason yon should, Sir E. A. Sassoou Kent, till your case becomes desperate before: Medway division, Col. C. E. Ward (Un- using MUburn'7 Heart and Nerve Pills., Mr. F. S. Chute, 'ttrheatley; OnLi is with gratitude I tell how; yolr Milbum's Heart and Nerve-'Pills i, belefited me.- I was very weak anil'trm; iy every- Kent, Seven-Oaks division, H. .TV. Forster, Middlesex, Baling, H. Hield, (Unionist; Shrews- bury, Sir 0. L. Hill, Shropshire, Ludlow division, Rowland Hunt, CteHsey doctor said that someftnet division, Donald MacMaster, Canadian, i would never come out of one of thenu Surrey, Epsom division.. After taking three boxes your pflls I! W. Keswick, Sussex! glad relate a; Chichester division. Lord Edmund Tal- bot, Sussex, Horsbam di- vision, Earl Wimerton, Sussex, Lewes division, C. A. Pion, Worcester. South, division. B. M. Eyres, Moysell division, (Union- Yorkshire, "WV'Riding Ksighley division, Sir J. Bergg, Strife in: Ireland Nov. OTBrienites will probably contest 25 constituencies against the Redraonditea. number of years since I. have tad a. fainting spell and scarcely have had a; headache. Too much cannot be said in! praist of .Miiburn's Heart and Nerve! Pills for in me they have effected a per- fect cure." Price SDC. per bos, or 3 for At all dealers or mailed direct oat receipt of price by The T. Milbiirn LJmited.Toroato, Oct. same-buii-din's as a maternity or res-i cue home, as in the'temporary home, j Hatch said he thought that j matter could be left safely to the judg- tnsnt of the matron. To which Aid. i Sage added "Quite arid the matter was dropped.' FAITHFUL TILL INCONSOLABLE AFTER There's value about .this stocli that sfcouM appeal to erery saving: niaa in Lelh- bs'idge. The ladies their Imsbaiids and pocket the savings. Xmas vdll.sotm be here and there's a fine chance to biiy good useful presents at prices that cannot be repeated. The stock is melting fast, so come early and secure your bargains. Never again-will such values be offered. The chance is y ours. Xow is ithe accepted time at M SIGNS THE PLA6E TO STEEH POfi OUT OF 110 ROUND STREET WHEN YOTJ SEE THE GREEN SIGNS COME INSIDE AHACK MADE ON HONDURAS PORTS San -Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, Nov. today from Tegucigalpa state that Atlantic ports of Hon- duras and the department ot Coma- yagna have been captured by revolu- tionists under leadership ot" former President Manual Bonilla. The gov- ernment forces sent to retake the territory joined the enemy. General Bonilla brought, about an unsuccessful revolt against the government and later he sought refuge m tbe Guate- mala frontier to which he was de- ported. Recently he was reported to be in New. Orleans organizing an ex- pedition which was to attack the At- lantic coast at Honduras. Bonilla's cause was helped somewhat by the rebellion of Jose gover- nor of the Island and Ampala. The latter was recently deposed ana came to this country. Palestine sheep have tails which are solid fat and weigh from six to eigh- teen pounds ordinarily. In Lebanon, uwy oi'ten reach poundg each. I Berlin, Nov. on tne gnn-e of the .late Count Leo Tolstoi at the foot of Pov- erty Oak at Yasnaya. Poliana. Russia, the cdachraan of the great author who aided his master in tHe. flight wliich ended in Jais death, opened the arteries of his wrists and bled to death. His body was t'ouad on the grave, according to telegrams here by .Morgen .post The man had been in- consolable since Tolstoi's death. KIPP '.Miss McPherson has been on. the j sick list for the past week. The farmers are "still plowing ar- 'ound Kipp. That's going some, for this time of the year. The many friends of Miss ircPher- son will be slad to. see her .around j again after her illness. Mr. Peter Garthwaithe, -R-ho has j.been clerk in J. H. Watson's general j store, has resigned. He will be great- j ly missed by his many friends in. Kipp. _ j Tney have unloaded a -bnildins at. _ j Kipp, which will be usefl as a waitins: _-: room until the new station is -built. Peter Garthwaithe went to M! bridge on Wednesday, and from there j ne gnp-s to his brother's horse rar-ch Jin Montana, as he is going to'be man- kj. j ager there. Tne McXabb brothers have just fin- ished breaking one hundred acres ror Mr. Whitney with their gasoline ea .J, j gme. Don't tisc M mach "Bltct Knight" 'as yon have been using of other stove Yon don't need as much, to bring a brilliant, flittering, lasting polish to the iron-work. A little of "Black Knight" goes !ocg way. And you bigger box of "Black Knight" tian of any other stove polish that sells for loc. Zffforfcsystafostjotj caa't get "BJnci Knlcbtr Btorc PoUxh mt your we, a larjrc can postpaid. F. F. D ALLEY UWTED, HA1TILTO.V, CcU of fMtowa "2 In I" Shoe Polish, 20 ;