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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTT.T; Limtmn no K m AT, n Siilunlii.v. OdolMTl'S, After Supper Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. The Usual GOOD BL Will be Here To-night Again We must be giving Real Bargains to our Saturday Night customers, as the crowd grows larger each week. TO-NIGHT 60 only Jute Bedroom Mats, beau- and colorings, 3ft. by 6lt. For each oO only Mats, same designs 21-2 by 5 feet 78c each No Phone Orders Received Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers HullBLck l: 3rd S. ELLISMERE Flh me t Oct Dmt, ami Itur t mide a busine s trip to Sundial district recently, calling on ilrs. W. A, Davidson I) VI Uui school lns> re opened tu Mi j b neiuci in IMS i just come from Port and i think this is a grea garden spot N Iewifa claims to he jpi ner of Sm hem Ununa in i using c ibbaaa He Las three from to pounds almost as good as thti can do in Peru, He.says it is only In knowing, how. Mrs feiviH and daughter Airs Sen ate, of Calgary Sundayed at ,Mn Brayiv, s lard one (lay last .also: did -Mrs. Smiler and alias Nisbet.N J. A. W. Williams expects soon to leave t'nr Dakota, as also does Fred and family, who expect to KO to Montana. Mrs. Arcbambio was a caller cm .Mrs. 'I'Vctl Williams recently. Mr and Mrs. Haiaday visited at t ind Mrs. Hartz's recently. Mi Johnson is one of the lucky lie drew a cancellation ou Uis first OC the month. Mis. Snider and daughter, Mabel, took" tea with .Mrs. Davis-last week. Thorpes have finished threshing for the Hill family, and have moved to Ure en's. THE LAWYER VS. PUBLIC MAN R.B. Bennett's Position in Regard to the W. Matter (Calgary Albcrtnn) There is u difference bolwcon Uio petition of 11 lawyer mid the position of n puitilc nuui. A Isnvyor can take OHO position one ilav nuU uiult'r honorable circumstan- ces take n rtli'forent position next week. It is? nol jiisi easy fur the out- airier to romproliemi it, Inn It is dono and ihoiv Is no disurudit attached to it. The position of ;i public man is different. U iliflU-lill to imdursiand how a pul.iif man can lake lino of urtUm. in j.-rovhu'lnl and ;iirn turn ahum ami. aeeeiM a retainer and un exactly! (different position In coiirr. Ilowevnr. I jeViMi may lie done, we arc told. I wiihoii; any breach of etiquette.- ll niiiy lie ail riptit for a public-man Iro lake action aiviiiir-i the province. le-.isi there is nothing, are in- formed. ilw way.-; of tlie law to pre- vent it. Bui .Mr. Bennett's position seems to jhe this: he opposed tile A. 0. 1 hi the house he accxtsed the company of fraud and saw the sacrednvss of the contract faded iuio thin air Ijwhci) any trace of was evident. j Later on Mr. Ker.neU foci-aim; the jsoik'itor of ilie (Joyal Bunk, which in this i? an aajjocinte of the jCiiirkes: Hit; action is jlegully up to this point. j But lir. Bennett acts tor (Royal IJank he is no longer actiny for jthe people. Ileni'efofrtli he is the i--o-, j Hcitor and not the reprepetnaLivc.! (That. is what Mrl Bennett lias -for-j gotten. It is within the rights I of. a counsel to steer his legal com-ae; as he pleases, but it is not the right j of a public man to attempt to try to' work ihe public in behind the cause of the solicitor of the coroorntion. Thai is just what Mr. Bennett has been trying to do. He attacked the j A. G. stood for ihe best in-1 terests of the province in 1910. He j 'stood in the same position when conn-- sei for the Liberal insurgents. .He op-1 :posed the interests of the province: and is standing by the A. G. W.- as solicitor for the corporation. But; 'uovV -'he" get' the'public to j him, the solicitor of the corporation, in favor of the A'.; G., W. imd-7 against the best interest's of the province.. .iTfie Albeftan clq'es not believe.that' he, tha'-CconiJStil of.the. bank, can get fall1 in-behind him.. may not .distinguish between his duty his constituents, and his duty as solicitor to his client, but the electors of this and will distinguish. I propose to-endorse 'the or the'willing followers of the representative just, because- ho happens to be interested in a law :suft. That is going too far. f. The, people nretfn the same position tliat.they were-in hefore-Mr. Ueniiett became interested in the law suit. That is they want that agreement can- celled and they want 110 doings with the Clarkes. "NOW for There's no time like the present for a good nourishing drink of FRY'S Cocoa No more beneficial drink could be served, young or old. Warms, invigorates, so that chilly days are less feared. So perfectly soluble and absolutely pure, that it proves the most economical cocoa you can buy. Supreme the world over since 1729. Get a tin at your grocers and try it. Remember: "Nothing Will Do But FRY'S" Trade supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited, 123 Bannatyne Ave. East, Winnipeg. Stirling We hope Mr. Smellzer will be hove next summer, is nuice-uUerefit- in basebal'i. .Yoii want -t'o'keep liini Co; Jlrs. Ntlson .Stilling, Oct. 28. H. S. Young; [mayor of a. visitor to [.Stirling On Thursday. Air Anderson seems to be able to: Wilf Spackman, jr., who i] Me (diavs- a out to cluirclrev- Weningof service. HOURGOKS JINE WORCFSTERS1 SAUCE .-Mi A jury at Guclph recom- mended that men .under 21 be not em- Ployed as railway brakemen, because Robil are'too reckless. j GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE Just one dash of is the whole secret. Imported Absolutely! "NO FOREIGNERS" STEWART POLICY Against Free Homesteads, too, According to his Speech (Edmonton Bulletin) Tiie Conservative candidate in Leth- bridge constituency, speaking at Leth- bridge the other evening, found fault with the immigration policy because among those who have been induced by it to come.to Canada have been a. large number of foreign-born peopl-a. He is reported in the Lethbridge News j (Conservative) as having said in this L IK A GKEAT AJ1VK) Bovrii is concentrated beef and In itself is a valuable food, but it gives power to the system to thoroughly assimilate ordinary diet. That ii'vvhy it produces ihe physical vigor which dictate. An Innovation in Oil Heaters The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the'country or city home. No home is quite complete wilhoul a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a necessity in the fall and spring, when it is too to sftirt the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without heal. In the midst of it is often convenient as an auxiliary heater, as there arc always some cold corners in a house. Trie enameled better r.lway! present appearance, il the v.-ill not tarnish or burn off. It nol in "enamel but it 13 Tame as iKc enamel of your cooking utciuik Flic Perfection is tlie most reliable and convenient portable heating device you can find. An automatically-locking flame spreader prevents turning tbe wick hiyli enough to unokc. everywhere. Ail ymiri lo ihow you Ilie Ptjlttlitm Hp.iet .n.m.lej: or >rie (or JeKTiptirt tircuUr lo ftuy iijency tt TW bptriil Oil Coapuy, .been on the Spaekrnan threshing outfit Ciirdslon, came home Monday on Tuesday. hi. Schaiter, our local harnessmakq'r., is very ill and the Dr. will he ctUleri on hifc next visit to town. jf Miss Lavenlii Lee and Wm. Sh.-ifer; went to Lclhbridge on Thursday jiiighi to attend Use play "45 Minutes jped at Stirling on iheir way to Lcth- to the .foreign element .that is being jfrorn Uroadway." bridge on Wednesday of this week. brought into-the province, and'.arc i Mr. Molman has taken over thy Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clarke, who ing allowed privilege- of-; settling running of Uie Hudii tliresliing outfit jiiavu heuri staying with Clarke's on those homestead lands of ours. Do for the remainder Of thu season. jiiithcr, Air. Millar, at Clarustiuhn, ar- yon not think (bis matter of immitcni- A. K. Fawns received a car of home on and will re- t.ion. and .instejid of imnjlin? ovt-r week from .Rock Springs, main in Slirling for the. winter. valuable lands to foraiffnore, do SpacKnutn, you not think that if'would be" wltser JJ quarter or one half section of land." The policy here -laid down is 'finite clear. It is: that foreigners should 'not he allowed to take land; connection: "Another men, that appeals to thing, senile-. i e is in {financial :penalty, should be imposed tipon the man who undertakes to con- TELEGRAPHfC 3RIEFf Thos, Tiinnis, a pioneer of XfsBOtiH township, is dead at St. Mary's, aged Si) years. Tho iMoutrenl Star advocates direct rt a piece of.wild laml into a farm; j contribution to the British imvy. the connubial .relation should has caused the he degraded into-.a commercial "enter-'i of at .liubrey, in West-, prise and a bonus paid for the'bro- "iUwter township, Ontario, l nrmng. I'til tet ,i oc iiore, ,wo could It is reckoned as beinj; the' Ostlitml, Klinyr west-coal shipped in this .season, clean! I'lincipiU Taneock, and Misses Glea- to vitWK tl these lands? aml llo'jertsim and Perking all al- (hereby get K clasH Mr. 'I'lieodore Braiiilley, wife and Itn-lfd the convent ion :it Kellibritijre agtner i three children, arrived home fnmV'on 1'hursclay and Friday. Irian on Tbursday night. Mr. A 01 the Yoitnii; .Ladies' ley reports wenther in the south Improvement A.ssociation was household of ton a free grant of one :iml crops fairly j held tlii.s wet'k. Miss Delia 'r.issey Miss Orpha Arlrtlnr, who lias .ippoiriteil seeond assistaui, Miss living nnar MammoSii, is in Stirling hinnia Ilraiiilley, -treasurer, ami Miss j Vpfja Fawns, journal agent.-. '1'be as- sociation is now on the lookout for a k-.iclicr. 4 Great excilement .prevails in ilu; Iioirii'stead disiricl, If. miles cast off the discovery of coal. t'larlie, on the a'c-ertain .nnmher of chil- first, proposal, nnrortun .lolin of Beachville, a G. T. R, t'oreman, was struck by a. train and made bv Conserv-1 bis skull fraoturod. ivcrywhere in prev-j Principal -Peterson, of McGIll, ed- drcssing a teachers' convention In .Montreal, declared that poetry WHS jone of tli'e greatest factors In tlie pro-. duction of dren. TJie 'has. been vative caiulUiates ions elections; tilt: HCCOIH! one was trliiil in the west for twenty year-.-; iaud >was as viiluelt-ss at the. end 'Jof.abis period us at I he "the this paft.ot the world, .oK children. He Aw couui lonmv [S, iu paft-.ot the .oKcnlldren.. He the cxmnplfc -ot'V'fhe provirico of the''Conaorv'ative ca'ndi- jcrlbed 'our hymns; as and hand oVcf'to tbe Ifcad 'of a' date for Lethbridgu and Hkuly to lutehtkw of com- j on a visit to her parents. She re- ports snow very mticb deeper in that flislriet. than in Stirling. The Ftoard of Trade of Stirling an-, eirciililiin-; a petition for signatures, Hie of Montreal to open 'S.tirlinit, ;i Ijr.itK'h here. j Mr. Sam' (Mr. Mrs. 11. Si-Ik were visiturs'! bocinstcad nf bis son, Kiley C'hirkc, jal flic dome of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. I fumi'l sram nrar ibc surface, mras- nas! of town on Wednesday. our and Will llcrsrhr, ofahr threshino; firm of llor.sclic Mickelson. was in, town vri" iiicrnhscd lo ,1 The coal is this vrppk nn nusiacs! held up on tlie T-Ieisclie. Perry Unrke, who put down half fret in dopth. j Dlgetng back i( was fnnnd that tbe The is''of .qond finality, house of .Sl-irlinjf, was out foundation lliris, Scik, east th H week and moved the building to Ilie iounthujon Mi Frank Eliidd. who lived cast of lias bis family for Ihi- winter inlo ihr house of Cinrencc KnflfMJ Alt.rrjiy Mi.ss' New Dayton, ptob- and farm of of rock. The discovery is a; boon :r> the liomeKloari country, which j has depended on Stirling for its ply- It is nuitR.probable Jhnt d ulopmr.nl work will V pushed fo wanl dm the, winter months. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Hamilton will offer Slfl.flnl) for Oak- inils I'arl., fiO acres. Tlie t'hinese of ancouver Imvc al- 'reaily conlributcd towards the icbcllion in China. ;