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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November THE XETHBRtPGErpAILY HERALD BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you aware of the large number of fine Lardy Cowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year, after year, getting more beautiful every can send you a "selection of twelve varieties, three years that; will all bloom this coming summer and all will bo, blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lildcs, "Snow- balls. Spireas, Wiegelias, Berberries, Snowberries, Peutzias, suckles, etc., etc, All two to three feet high, three years' old, regular value This selection, all express..charges pre-, paid-to your nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Kootenay Valley Nuperies; ,V No Objections Shown to Civic Commission (Continued from front lector Told Her Sh.e Did flot Kara K Pint Of Good Blood In Her Body. Mrs. Dosithc P. Cormier, Middle Sack- rille. N.B., says: "In the spring'of- 1387 I -wae fell run sown, ant: the doctor toM me I fead nofc cf good blood ia'cuy body. I took iffererit remedies from dfTCtans, but they id not seem me good. After -nving.takeu a lot of different other kinds meaicine, and'they not eeetn to me, I. was "aimoefi and not what; to do until mv hus- mcc s lady toH about tov oeejved My went and bought bottle, after-having; taken it I felt better. ANNIVERSARY OF FERNIE CHURCH (Special to The Ferule, B. C., was the first-anniversary of the Fer- nie Methodist Church in "its new build ing. An anniversary sermon--was de- livered Sunday and the ladies of the Aid Society of the Church gave-a din- and a concert last night which a'rge concourse of served m the W. H. Johnson argued -very forcibly in favor of a definite form of commis- sion" government being submitted to the meeting before it >be asked to vote upon th'e 'motion. He moved an amendment that a committee of thre be appointed to draft a plan which the league could discuss and either accep or reject. A. Jd. McKeown made a strong ap- peal the motion in its origina shape.' He spoke for some time on his own experience in municipal matters and called attention to an admission Aid. Bowman at the last meeting itnat cliques had to be formed anc legislation railroaded through under the present system. .Aid. Hatch seconded the Johnson amendment. Definite Given S. S; Dunham favored the motion. He favored the' commission govern- ment plan because under it the com- missioners by means of the initiation, referendum and -recall are responsible direct to the people. The reasons he favored the commission plan were, Orst, that it absolutely fixed respon- because-it required the best talent of the commissioners, tneir whole time, which meant- -the best in them. Under -the present sys- tem th'e requlred'_devotion tp.'cmc mat- ters be expected. he layered the commission "form., of gov- ernment CTe; publicity it re- quire'df The people would-know exact- ly where they'stood. Fourthly, he t- yored the commission plan becaus? when the responsibility is fixed, if the Paffe 5 INDIGESTION GOES IN FIVE MINUTES Heartburn, and Other Stomach Misery Vanish If what you just ate is your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or you belch gas and eructate, sour, undigested have a: feeling of dizziness, Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach is indigestion. A full case of Fape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure your out-of-order stomach, and leave, sufficient about the house in case some one else in the family may suffer from stomach trouble or indigestion. Ast your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly, printed on these Cornwall Is Dramatic And Quotes Scripture (Continued from front page) FIT FOR AN EMPEROR'S TABLE" 50-cent cases, then you will under- stand why .Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go, and why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion, in five minutes. Diapepsin is harmless and tastes like candy, each dose'contains power suffi- cient to digest and prepare for assimi- ation into the blood all the food you eat; besides it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite; but, what.will please you most, is that you' will feel that your stomach and intes- ines are clean and, fresh, and you will not need to' resort to laxatives. or liver pills for Biliousness or Constipation. This city wiHhaye many Diapepsin cranksj as some people will call them, ut will about this stomach; preparation, too, if ou ever try a little for Indigestion or associated with the northern country for years. I have the Voca- tion of hunter, trader, trapper and transportation man, and in all these vocations I have had the opportunity of being acquainted with the north country. As this bill now before the house is one 'which to my mind, if carried out, will' have the effect of sapping the life-blood of the north, as a north man, I-am not going to stand for it. The Gospel of the North "I think lam going, to be able t-o show the majority of members of the house that the bill was intended for the .best-interests "of the whole prov-1 ince. I think I show the very best of 'reasons why the railway should be built'into the north coun- try and at once. "This is the bigger proposition than any set of individuals. This is prov- ince wide. I want to call to your at- tention one- of the ablest presenta- tions in :the case of the north that has ever been made, that b-y the hon- member from Athabasca made yesterday.; He tol'd you his district had acres. "-I have person- ally travelled over that district, and he has- told you a plain tale a true one. He .has Brought to two or three points of view that have never been, presented. SAME ntturil process thi! his evolved thf teropltne tnd the automobilefromthe ox-cart ind the stage-coach, has developed the whisiy of our ancestors Into the whisky of to-day: COREY'S Special Selected" Rye Whisky "Over half-a-century of distilling expert-; with the modern scientific embodied in this whisky bf rire quality. ,X r" Corby's "Special Selected" represents tttmost in purity and quality. It is the De Laxt" Rye Vhisky, rivilling the most costly imported brands. The flavor is simutetlre. Sold ty all firtt-datt. Iwtdt, cafes and ttpcor H. Corby Distillery Company Limited- Rpriiyc since then I was not feeline very veil and 'had a lot of work to do I P the rendered .u the of Mr. Quinney, 4KAV.U., 4.W u VA J_ I -I J Crtl ----------J thought. I ivouid 'procure a bottle of eader- There were choruses by Burdock Blood Bitters and after I .had choir' solos, was able-to do a lot of instrumental numbers. all -chc summer, and I never felt '-Rev- Mr- Dirnmick: presided and the better, iri my life. In the winter of 1906 "naTlcial result was most satisfae- I had Pneumonia, and it left me with a jtory. "severe pain ia the left side. :be morning when J .would get _ouVbf. bed -I -j formally 'and the' young G0 i of" the town Burdock i biood fitters thepam disappeared com- {winter- evenings with a reading room It has also .cured me of bleeding in connection. Most, of the gymnasi- um outfit is on hand and some of it place, while t-Lc remainder will be ready .to be put-in place in. a very few days. From ashes to a- fin- ished church with 'such needed auxil- iaries, having a debt of only since the big fire, is a good record and ..this progress is being kept-up with the; other, qliurch .societies of the town. received so much' becefit- from Burdock Blood Bitters that you may publish this as it may help others is it has me." Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Co.. Toronto. Ont. RATEPAYERS' MEETING HELD AT CLARESHOLM CJaresnolm, Nov. annual meeting of" ratepayers was held in the hall last night and was well attended. questions were asked of the councillors and the answers seemed to be "fairly satisfactory-. There is getting to be some talk about pos- sible nominees for the council and it is none too soon. The Koman Catholic church holds a box social and sale of work tonight. Tomorrow the Scotsmen celebrate St. Andrew's Day, and on Friday the English church have their sale of work, so things are busy in the social line. Anderson and Paulson are moving into tncir new implement store. people are not satisfied with the work j'Gastritis or any. other stomach misery, of any commissioner there is a. way hej some mow, this and for- discharged to j ever rid yourself of stomach trouble wait two years, or four years or six years. He didn't say the recall would be used a great deal, but the fact, that it is there assures, 'better results. believed the .-commission plan to ;be the-most up-to-date and the most modern plan of government for cities and that was why he 'believed tne city of JLethbridge should adopt it Considerable more discussion took place, K. A. Cunningham, A. Tilley, W. J. Johnson and Robert Nimmons all speaking again before the amendment and motion were finally put to a vote. Tiae former' was lost, receiving only j two votes, and- the latter carried unan- imously. The meeting then adjourned. and indigestion. Engineer's Estimate Gravity System Less L than Had a- little more reason been 5E HeadOffices: Montreal. "Corby'sof used, 1 believe it would not now have' been necessary for the house; to con-j sider this, bill. Tue people Of the province do not appear to''know any- drained by i Cushing to. mean that-1 basin drains sknew. something I would not tell. ?at JCind of 'talk went up awl dowtt' to you until I tell the province. Mr. Cushing was a citi- fhan ie zeQ of standing. There were many men who knew him.only by rep- utation, and it.was mislead them. 'Mr. Cushing does not come Great St. Lawrence River. and the -.'Agricultural Land "A railway in a direct line" north east of Athabasca would tap through with .some' sort of a propp- miles-of navigable waterways. Some sition.ori the strength of the bluff he of you know little of the country; made last spring, his presence here would inc. This Kad; been poisoned. There an opportuaity to fairly: "Sir..' Cushing said jhis last spring it (Continued" Alteration Of Polihere. It is 55 per cent, prairie land, land that is :as-good as that between Red ancf Didsbury. In Sir. Cote's district and my own there are acres of agricultural lands. "This city "is-SO miles south of the centre of. the province. As you go will be. an embarrassment "to .some of those members-who> supported him. I hope the opportunity -be' given. to him to buiM' the then we will get the road, and I no quarrel with Mr.. Cushing.; Quoting Scripture "Mr.' Cushing was. very i- ,'d.' He said, last, spring he would -be willing a i AU.UU. oi'Aiv.s, in, IVUUAU.-LH; VVJ.iJ.ill" north, the of daylight increase to resign his .seat and go back to his in number.- .At-Fort Vermillion. there i electors. At. least one man took him. are eighteen .hours of sunshine. his word and went -back, that" makes gram and vegetables mature I was Mr. :Riley. Where- is this Uold much earlier. That -is one of the man .'now .that was .willing; to eo sons-why we are able to'grow grain .back? Do we find him resigning his" so far north. It is'.absolutely- true, .'seat to go Sack to the country with speecKr great" sorrow- that he was compelled- to5 sign, and break with ;jWr. The1 ex-minister was evidently. ing from so ..great -a sorrow, an that he was compelled to resign. '-.arid.-.; .break with be a pleasure. .now, to the' for Strathcpna .to ihiiik..' that tie sanior member, .for 7. resign have heard soriiething.. of emoiuinenfe.r' I- looked, that "word up ;in the; ary and. I found -that it received not- enter ,_ Alberta Government with the. .ideaiy receiving any emoluments. Charges "I had iiitenddi' fefcrrihg Ho an-" other matter which I '-hope push- ing will up when. :-.i. refer to the charges and 1, I T. JT. vv UU.UU. nil., I.VUHU1. .WJLUJll HJ Ulit itUU. -UlStlULlCLUAUIlS backed up by that -it is the'other -'man who supporting] that were made against him.--thr6uECL possible to grow grain miles bis F diHn'f. -nwom possible to grow grain 01. here. Debate Cpjrtmued- The debate from.the (large open. City Engineer. Arnolds objection to both of these" plans" they mean COMING! JIMMIE FAX CONCERT CO. James Thompson, ex-sheriff of Lan- ark county, is 99 years and 6 months old, and in'fair bodily .health. English capitalists are said to be ready to build an electric line from London to Sarnia, at a cost of SI MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers! Drop Greasy and Nasty Medicines Salves That mild, soothing liquid, ,D. D. D. Prescription, stops the awful itch with the first drops. A prescription of ac- knowledged value. Write for a trial -bottle today to the D. D. D. Laboratories, Dept. L. H.. Coiborne street, Toronto, it will take away the itch right away and you will sleep soundly. We assure you person- aJly of the soundness of the remedy lor we KNOW. Sold by Jackson Cope, jhrone was recommenced by W. Northrup, who accused Sir Wilfrid of being the "uncrowned king of Can- and said that the naval1 policy of the government had been.the cause of weakening it. W. Tobin. of Kichmond and Wolfe, in his speech took occasion to contra- dict certain statements made by Monk about him. Has No Objection Ralph Smith, of Nanainio, answer- ed-Mr. Northrup. He did not object to a despot if it were a good one, -a man like Sir Wilfrid Laurier, by his policy had contributed so largely to the success of his country was to be excused if he exercised considerable personal authority over iJiose who followed him.' Kef erring to the navy Mr. Smith said that the countrj could rermnber that the government lad carried out the navy policy ob Jnes approved by the whole 'house. The'people would prefer a government which goes ahead even if it makes mis stagnant reservoirs -in At the welcome te at Vancouver, Mr. doing nothing. the Rainbow Smith addon, Premier McBride, who had been spoken of as the probabie "eader of the Conservative party, had Beer as a Universal Drink of tke Future Considering the rapid increase in the popularity of beer during the last fifty years, many very able writers do not hesitate to predict that it will be the universal drink of the future. Even in southern climates, where wine has-had its strongholds for centuries, lager beer is gaining ground rapidly. France, the greatest -wine country of them all is fast becoming -converted to its use. "ALBERTA'S PBIDE BEER" represents the great Twentieth Century achievement in brewing that has made beer so generally popular. Much of our success may be laid to the superiority of the water we .use, although all our in- gredients arc of the very highest standard of excellence: Best Can- adian Mal': best Bohemian Hops. ques- The Letkbricke B re wing an Malting Co, Limited PHONE 554 expressed himself in accord with tht .aurier naval policy. Lauricr's Speech Sir Wilfrid Laurier opened with a reference, to the .Monk amendment vhich he said contained nothing new i but Mr. Monk had been consistent. Referring to Mr. Borden's amendment the only thing he had to say was that it was the last chapter in the his- tory of the variation of the leader of the opposition on the nata- tion. Sir Wilfrid then entered into a de- railed review of the attitude of the government and the opposition, quot- ing Mr. Foster's many resolutions. Mr. Borden had made several speeches about the country on the navy, matter ana there no sug- gestion of an appeal to the people. It was impossible to say how many tempters the leader of the opposition had. He had been told that Mr. Monk's amendment had aroused a feel ing of embarrassment among the op- position and it was felt that unless another amendment was moved the members of the opposition might vote with Monk. The premier, in conclusion, said -hat the government -would continue to the end along ;he line of policv adopted. which, with Alberta's long spells of hot water would become heated and perhaps impure. He be- lieves that the only supply that will satisfactory will be that which is piped direct to the city .from a run- ning river, wnether that river is the St. Marys, the Waterton or the Belly. STANDARD OIL COMPANY ROW Austrian Authorities are Charged With Dis- crimination Vienna, Nov. controversy between tne Austrian authorities and Vacum Oil Co., a branch of the Stan- dard Oil Co.. has reached, a very acute stage. Tne Austrian foreign office nas refused to continue negotiations with the American embassy which has been protesting against the alleged discriminations of the government against this company, the foreign of- nce maintaining tnat the question at issue is a matter of Austrian internal administration. Ambassador Kerens declines to ac- his principles? i didn't read, any- thing in the papers about, that., it 'I- have" -samples. of ,grain seems- to 'me the senior member, for >tnf- 450 -miles--north of Edmonton, i Calgary has a- good deal -to .answer waterways of the north made for. He was always .fond of: quoting up of great lakes, are teeming with Scripture. Perhaps I allow- white fish. The whaling industry that ea" to ouote a little: is tributary to Alberta by way" of its "While the lamp holds out to burn, 'the vilest sinner may return." are getting Methodist hymns- mixed, up with Scripture suggested the Minister 'of 4, _______ ___ '''I did not quote the exact words through the north.. The heads, of the >oi the said Mr. Corn- C.N.R. are business men, and they know what thuy arc doing. waterways is in itself immense. has been made at Ot- tawa for a railway charter from Fort Pitt to the. Mackenzie river. The C. are also building east and west don't want care where it starts from. railways into that country.' Eleven Times to McMurray "1 have made eleven trips to Mc- I Murray, and I know more about that j country than any other living man, for I have made it my business to out 'about it. I don't- take any stock in those men that say they are doubt ful as to resources of the north. I have no respect- for a man who has lived for many years in this country, and still say's 'he is doubtful about the north. "The end is not yet. We will have the political scalps of some of these fellows yet dangling at our ieltg be- fore we are finished.'' The Fight at Ottawa Mr. Cornwall went on to tell of his fight at Ottawa to secure a charter wall, "only the "I did not.address the house in the the papers. It is not-my purpose the -attention ;.oi. -the'' house, but I. hope he will speate upbii '-them when he replies: '-I. am-Satisfied1 that the motive against the railway -cvas not-, the rail-' way itself the outcome of po- litical "In conclusion I would believe it is neither right nor businesslike that .the'- bill, which means so versal of the railway policy on. which these members .were elected, should pass this I can't see how'the members can be justified in voting fon' it." into the north, lie had failed cause there were other interests. be- Hc! cept the foreign office's, views and at the present, moment the conflict is at a deadlock. had appealed to William Mackenzie of the C.NT.R., who told him his story Vas interesting and there was no good reason why he should oppose him. Mr. Mackenzie promised to help him and did help him to get the charter. That was why he was now trying to da Mr. McK'cnzie'a good turn by "fighting for his railway bill. "The he 'said, "may have done wrong in allowing the A. G W. to take up the proposition of the northern road, but the end RIOTERS ARE CLUBBED Cnicago, Nov. hundred ympauiizers with the garment work- TS" strike wco were .riotously at- empung to prevent non-union em- loyees from entering the shop of the nternational Tailoring Co. at Jackson Boulevard and Canad streets, were harged upon by the police today. A umber of the more stubborn "men were clubbed before the crowd dis- persed. The leaders of the mob, two or. them were arrested Sickness is twuaHj caused by the accu- mulation of waste matter and tmpuritiet within the body. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, enable the bowels, the kidneys, the lungs and the pores of the skm to throw off these impurities. Thus they prevent or cure dis- ease. a box. probably justify them. "I went to Europe to try to inter- est capital in the project and though I failed, i planted the seed that sprung into lasting confidence in that country. I talked to the man who started the Panama Canal, and he tolci me to'get out--and preach the gospel of this country, and make the people believe it, and that is what I am trying to do. His Respects to Cushing am going to pay my respects to the ex-minister of public'works. I see his chair is vacant. I don't want to speak behind his back. I want to get things cleared up now, I think I can dp service to the government by get- ting things cleared up. "If Mr. Cushing is anywhere in the house 1 would like him to be here." Mr. dishing came in and took his seat. Mr. Cornwall went on to read from Mr. Cushing's speech of last spring, where Mr. Cushing had said that Mr. Cornwall could tell, them something of history of the- A. Cf. W., if 'lie would only be candid. Mr. Cush- ing had said he knew where evidence could be produced to show that Mr. Cornwall had something to do with this railway. "I saki Mr. Cornwall, "asking Inni to bring down the evi- dence." Mr. Cushing said, 'Don't be in a hurry. Tho' evidence will be time.' T-REFORM Suits are the best values for the money ever offered in They give a choice of the season's newest and best patterns and effects that have no duplicates elsewhere. Elegant English Worsteds and Scotch and Irish Tweeds McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Acents for ARE THESE YOUR CLOTHES? Would you TOLERATE this FILTHY and UNSANITARY practice in an "all white" steam laundry. Think of it. Give a chance. Letlibridge Laundry Company Phone 451 P. O, Box 477 ;