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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October TOE HKUALP APPLES A Case of Imscious No. 1. Gvatle'A'or SEND'IN YOUR ORDERS cmIc K'LY fo: THE RED CORNER: th'at ExeuW" Hon. Chas.R. Mitchell 1 Replies to Opposition (Continued From _ opposition was" nof opposite the building ol a road into the northern country and were opposing no Par- ticular' man, except' U le W. n. Clarte, wtoiu tbey wauled to see eliminated eniittifj V THtv HREACH Mayor of iledicine MILADI BY "INO- _ sine anil astern bloom io all the woodland -sift. And eoaie banss low, and far avay tho fields-are.lost Slat; followed Mr. lioidliy, alter ani When la the corii there is a Voice that interval Lad been' allowed during i which.EO speaker oa the government here, and there a red leal side rose to "continue the debate, lijhi's of Autunm'i dawn; government side toft as down, on tun gan to civ, .''question." TMs.B'as Jlr. Spencer's first spftcb in the house. He took up the ques- tion vigorously and spoke in a strong j voice. He said the people in the sou- I them part ol tbe province, while not opposed to the development of the the north, nevertheless thought.that DRUNKENNESS Is a curable-disease, which requires treatment- --The QUR1NE treatment be used absolute confidence. H destroys all desire, tor. whiskey, Leer or intoxicants. -Can be glv- lu the homo. N'o ex- yeuse." ,'X6'loss of time from work. Can be given secretly, after a Irjal JOli fall-to get any tencHl from Us use your money be refunded.-' OHRINB Is prepared In two forms: No. 1. secret treatment, a ipoivder; OIU1IXK No. 2. In tor'rn, for tr.'ose who -talte voluntary-treat- ment.'-" Costs only Sl.ut) n box. Come In and talk over-the matter with U3. As-S for booklet.' (led Cross Drug Ltd., Acadla block, Lcthbrldje. r- v n r Canadian racinc, Lo. Endorses Western trom front. "To -'tire-vent large areas of your lanj-Irorn being -purchased' and heia tor sxculqUve purposes, regulations adopted' last limiting tales to actual In order that It iriay ue as easy as possible for Kettlers lo purchase anri develop lands, ontoj.on'e-tiventleth part of the requiredIto IJe paid tbe iialancfe I8.spread over a period of, t N- enty years, -.ifl (ti In terest' 'or G p tr- cent Thla policy sliould havQ thc.et-; fuel ol under cul- Jrcre.were Par.ts ol.tlrt countrj- more n need of railway derclopracat than vas the country into which' the A. 4 G. was to he built: So consci- entious man in the legislature, lie submitted, could vote lor the bill not! before Item, and if Ih2 proposal md been made ven- tured to say the provicco u'ould havf ecdorscd toe Tlft bill was 'in leu Jed lo deceive tic aiid-inemb'ers of Lhe opposition .would not he'. juBlified n supporting the premier iu his leg- islation. It would only be because it was not- m the power of the opposi- stop it, that a bill would get through for twrj- JnilHpds ;bt dol- lars more '.than: tha take to build., lie suij'mlUea. that-to force the bill through the. house with- out further inforuiatiori, merely be- cause of the strength of their num- bers, was a handed action of which he did not think the honorable- gentlemen opposite were capable. The present condition ofctho Liber- al'p.'irty, he contended, lelt'only ens proper course open--to the to.resign and let some, one else, sume 'cpinni.aiid tefore the> hiembers n'erc astcd (o vote on' tho measure. have teen ilealt with altef toe 'deci- sion of the priry-council'gnil'.durJog the last Session .the legisfatilre. It Is laid the hand of mystery. The woodland at my I hoar the tall grass Elgb, A low bwoet music o'f regret runs 'through the earth and jky; The cwk is.raught in netted mist, silvery rceJhefi And my. heart beats low in waJilnf as whan In a dream; For, soft as rallkwetVciowfl, on ffit la laid the hand of mystery.' o Mrs. A. G..Oliver, 301 Twelfth street South, will .hold her post-nuptial re- ception on Friday from four to" sli, when Mrs. J. 'D. Higlnbotham will receive' with tho hostess. Mrs. L. C. DeVc-bf-r'will be a boat- ess at the tea hour Mr-. 'James Montgomery, of the Southern Aloerta 'Welding Co., left yesterday to work In Calgory. >1ayroom and dlnln; room were cdorned with chrysmtie- mump, csi-ntttoni potted little onw during tha and Mrs. ArmitroDg at the tea hour br Himtfton, birthday' i.ke, with Us elghi forming the ih'e- table. A-tter Nelds Iherc'bjldrtp for a car ilileVTi'li .bright. itfalr: Thoe'e bid den; Berinett, Vargner- Hury Harcll- 1 Wilson j The marriage ol Jir. J. S. Hav- ton, manager ol the British C'aua- iah TrUil Co., to Miss E, D. Hit- hie, of Kdinburgh, will shortly be clebrated at the home ol Mr. J. T. 'allance. Miss Uitchie Is at present en route to L Xell'ie CuauJngoara has 're- tiirned frprq Taber.-where she spent a weeK wllh' Mr. and Mrs. J. nils- sell. t Mrs. Jack IMnnan, of Medicine" Hat is spending "a few days the guest "of lira.-B. J..-. Bennett, 323 Eleventh street. Mrs. H. T. W. Forster, of Medicino spending .a- couple' of'rwce! the guest of. Mrs.'.H. H. J. Tenth street'Soutb.. Miss of '.1.5 s rf r "V M w-; SueBt with: her. Jlre. Leicester. should have bcco- brought before the f, t i at the at Uie the. elections. Money, he went to get .in these but le. did riot k'liow ol any- proyjncj where a prem- ier, who returned with -a substantial vis- London Ipr the purpose oi rais- iDcreasea. rap.lally. and whire-thu cash -Installments will he less IVinri "heretofore, the '.deferred j payments, yleHia lafger income.'- 1 Objects to .CompinyJ J. "Your'.'dlrectprs have'.been ering desirability of, cbrifeylriE those' land.s, townsltes, and olher In- terests to-a company; In exchange Icr nil its''capital stock, to be'held In your ani] taken into the bal- inee-sheet1 .with your olher assets, but a conveyance" of that description has Ha disadvantages, particularly' with reference to the it Is, lirobable "that-the same .end may lie accomplished by the creation of an in- vestment fund, lo be administered by trustees, or by officers ol the cora- specially 'designated. ''In any endeavor before the. next anodarrV port Is published, to devise some plan for recons1ruc.tlns-.the special income' account, and ehowing your extraneous assets in more definite and ts.nEi.nle' form.1 'the 'prsiejit iwltcy In dealing with" your land, sales wlllj remain unchanged, and the pro- ceeds .be conserved as hereto- fore, It la-Mi cash proceeda of sales in. your last year- amounted to may, with propriety, be special Income, to be dealt the- di- rectors In their .discretion deem best." Resolutions .were adopted by the shareholders, provldlnc lor an.leBiie of 4 per cent. cent, debenture stock needed for the'.cofis (ruction of branch lines lii Uio v A paised appointing Ihe llank of Montreal registrars, and the Koyal agents, tor the Montreal 'registrar.: The retiring .dlreotors, Mr. D. Me- tho Hon. Jimes Dunsinulr Were, all re-elected. ing money, had had to return vitli- out it. _ Taking into consideration triC- capi laitzalion of thcv llnpt.there couid not for" many years be -ar profitable oper- ation.'.It must be a dead loss, to the people of tho province. He cmfeaded 'thatMho effect ot the passing of this 'net was-.a" revival, ol the old act and it sho.util not become i i "ri" 1-ome Mis', street on Thurs connection with tbe Ladies' Aid of Uia Fifth nv euue flaptlst-church. a North, Till chain je; day, at three o'clock, in Mrs. J. H. Tabpuand Miss Tabor 1231 Fifth rccejve-.on Friday afternoon. 0. and'Mrs. J. T "rahani are in'Ediho'riton, attendln' officers ho Ofand Chapter ol. WHITFIELD-WILSON. The marriage: took place- on Satur- September W. at the iow Island, of Melvina to F.dv.-ard''J.VbItlleld. .The cere- mony was performed'by L. SeS'leir.'. MARSH A September 23, At thel residence of he bride's father, Mr. 1'eter La of -Miss Florence Wlnpna La Marsh, to Walter Ilcary Schonert, of Bow .-'Island.' Rev. M. Wright of- "Iclated.. Russell Scbonerl assisted his brother at the ceremonr, and Mies Bvalena LaMarsli acted as maid lo her sister. There were abo-.it thirty 'CLUBi AND SOCIETIES The H. S. of Knoi cbrach "riicets at S o'clock Ibis evening! when a large desired. executive of the Sunday school convention .will meet at tho Y..M. C tomorrow evening, when a full; at tendance Is' urged. AbouV fifty were in the social evenlag of St Andrew's CbrisUan EndeiVor- last cveuinir Games of various kinds vrere'enjoyed arid aolo by Mies Grant and an Instrunjentii; number, by Miss' M iiryan'were much'enjoyed.: 1 The. ,of ley Sunday school, nieetV i, teachers .and plasV presidents uiu fcs. Margaret. fonnerlj-.of this in a' proper- roanhery clear trom 'flie. north .to. tho but it shpuid be built -.for public.adyantage, ahd'rio private-individuals should announc_es .the engage- altowcrt' to ixpldt the province private gain. Hon. 0. U. Mitchell moved 'adjourn- ment-ol at OTHKH JlEDlOlS'ti HAT-MAN requested, as some business of es cep'Uonal to be-, trans At the evening-session oi'thc legis- lature >Ir. Mitchell al-o.r.ce. took up tbe thread oi the--discussion. He charged, tbs. opp'osftion-- with tailing ment of her' youngest daughter, Anna to Mr. S. Junes Toront'o; thc'iinarrlaga" to tafee place the 23rd of October. at cnce, 362 Grace street, en Sound Times' The hrlde-to-be is a sister' of Mri. George Allison, "293 Seventh enue A- ion' -with by the the fact j d t, j. a, w would he entered into' with McArthur cured the. building ot the >by( a would be similar to i hit entered in- 'responsible ''and capable contractor, o with the Canadian '.Northern and] and thai wV.cn, built the road "Kouli Canadian" West-rn, railways, i be satisiocf oty to .the government and atso the Kdmontori, Diin the, anil at the.. same. 1. C. railways" and 'no cornptainfhad lirap Ibis wtiich ,nad bttn been made, concerning .The.coniract, ir founded orf thtpro- posat ol Mr. McArthur ;and the bill A Care for Drunkenness of All That Alcoholism Is disease Is no- by _flolence. Ko rnati li dlsgfaco'ar.d nifn on himself and family through choice. Alc.un slops ltd craving for drink builds up the system, steadies th nerves. K fs guaranteed to cure, o or 'monay refunded after 'fair trial.- Alcura; No. 1) can be give recrelely by any icifo or mother wan Ing to restore a dear one to and usefulness. Alcura N'o. 2. Is voluntary treatment. Can be had oir store pnlr tl.C per 'Ask .for our bookie about J. D. -llfrinooUifcn t C.o, Unittci t, I tcenttoQ of the province for the last iree or fom years." He contended iat.it. was- the' duty of tbe house nstead ct loing'intp history, tocoa- de themselves to the provisions ol acted.' The .members of the eiecutlv. nrp urged to make !t a Te'ry point to he present, A' goodly number. attended th dance given last evening In :UnltJ llall by the Companions of the .Sfrs.'.Sa.m AT entertained Linen Guest Towels Direct From Ireland XIT'E HAVE, just opened up worth of Linen Guest Towels purchased direct from Webb A Co., lielfast, Ireland. people are the weavers :ind bleachers of Hie finest hacks, diapers" and plain embroidery and drawing linens in tlii'-svorld. They have hundreds of acres given over to bleaching iields where all their lin- ens arc sun and dew bleached, impnrliiuj to them the lustre of silk leaving them soft and absorbent. As they make only high grnite linens aiid limit their lines they are able to 'specialize- nud make their output perfect. You could not choose a more handsome gift nor one that would be more appre- ciated Hum a piece of fine linen. Now that the gift. season is ncarinfi, every one is picking up the dainty new things as they conic "in. What nicer gift can you imagine. Ilihn some of these towels? Finished with one inch hemstitcliiny.SIzc.il 22 inches al oflc a pair. Damask ends with conventional Lily of the Valley and other floral designs. Size ticg forth a suggestion. 0! course, Mayor Higgle wiilb? "in Uhe Held. Thai has', generally -cmierslood; .lias never itelslateinerit. H. ol Wilson and Skeilh, is rame 'being" rcentiontd ot late as a possible .niay- gralty Mr.'-.Wilson's' .lorij experience'with the'A.vH. A: I., in which he'ca'me info, touch-with many ol tlM leading nnanciers7ot.to1h Can- ada and England.Ywould, it -is be- lieved, make him'particularly suited for the position ot chief commlsslpn- with fiDance as the c'hlel wo.rry. Whether Mr. Wilson could be prevail- ed upon', to give up his private, busi- ness to take the 'mayoralty chair would depend largely on the.attitude of the 'leading business men city. same with public utilities. U. A number of ladies are applying lo; have trieir names added to 3 tfift] voters' so it, looks as it; .tbey.; had designs. There, is more tbav.' ai's, possibility that a lady's naroe.' be placed the elcctorsjas eariX; didate for the s'cho.ul board. ic Club is being -revived, probably, with this'.end in view. railway. ___ ____ pre-U'as going to happen, .to micr that the next session the and .other- places --if the-non.-bonus lature would be askcJ to decide the (Clause was going to put Into el; route ct the railway alter the hundred niilca, which would conform approximately original con- tract, had been -The tomn- ment. was all credit tic- cause they tiarf been able -to find solution to the dimcuitf. ft tie government of the province undertook to construct I road as had been urged ny the-orposition- lhal, they shonW, It ftir- -.1 1 aid 'lie feet immcdlslfly.-.Medicine at- ri'Jred 200 for.an Indus- trial site. Much o! this land was un- suiled tn residential hid been .naturally some oistance from the city so industries separate from the congested fart .of the. city. Some arrangement' ;'should be.allowed so cjs to avoid unfor- .clrcurngtance of citizens-in towns, basins j Industrial..'titss left eo Uwir uimds, by. a 'suidiB cluiff al :P, J'qr nursing motliers Laxatives offer (he important ttut theydo'not distBib tie rat .of. tbe' sysltia it jronr Drogpst's, On, W Ctiinriil O. Forl.Atlliuf's population is plncfd at 17.IS5, an o( over Uo thousand'in a year. The gatncrir.g of British cabinet ti Brodfct, Isle ol.Airan, 'the- minis- ters leaving'on holiday; jaV's.. Worsen are taking Paftjn the Al- 'oiuittn-Stivioii rushing into baitlcf witfj desperate fury, inflicting heavy -losses. .There Is also) some'talk oi.orea.n- izihg'.a Citizens' League, or, reVivjnj IHcboriy which tlirec ivas" responsible tor. the .agitation" in (ayor ol corhniisslon government. rtsponsjbie'for the change, many of- the original memiers of that body arr-of thev'belief :t'h'ey should'A" joiti. hahda to elect the best commission. II is-declded. work ly before theVarn come household wjll be; jDi.nmenc.eiJ' viry: short- fore theVarnes oi'car.lWates ba- Assessot Moose has been1 .dismissed.-. ,f .'Rev.' J. A., has h'een n ol .i.-ttiB appb'irited i'birit'ieglstrar. of Mtriitoba and.'Wesley CLOGGED ANI) HEAD 4 OPEN I) (JATAKKU irto The sore td Brltjsli havj-J End such mlsiry nofil was.dcseribttl by ;W'ihstpn. "Churchill1 omall'bottle .of'.Ws .Cream B; of detttbferi, Jal ihy'drujt store. This sweet, IniUntly -'.Oltari and tiuil rieid- Get a small.bpltle anyway, -just 16 try a little In the Hotlrils andj.ln.sla.ntly'. yofftWgged "arid the-.h.e.ad will you wljl dullness, and headach6 disappear. By. the .catarrh.' CoWthcirt bet the ilm" fra- grant balm dlsEolvf j by. the heat, of thb pen'ifratei.and heals.tho lines clears 'ah- pissages; disebargts of "cleans- acoihfag' rello! lately.: Don't lay'awatte'lohlgljt-sCruggllng for Irils btojrf .Catarrh or a runo'. _ mucoas dropping. -biit Ir ul jr. 'if -I7ut -your" fftlthr-Jsist Cream: or caUr'rh' 'will ib'frty ;