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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September Li ill DAILY IILHALD For Thflt Any- t} .thing. Unlest It Curti 'This active medicinal ingredients of Rftxall.-' Orderlies, which IE odorless, and colorless, U an-entirely discmen Combined with other titrwhely1 vaUwble ingredients, It forms: a perfect regulator, Uiulv Invigorator, and Rexall Orderlies are eaten llko candy ind.are notable (or their agreeable- i in thn pnlnff1 anil e'ontloness of 1 action Thej do not cause griping or disagreeable effect or Inconven- ience Unlike other preparation? for ;i HUe purpose, they do not create a habit, but Instead they overcome the cause of .acquired through the use of or- dinary .'laxatives, cathartics and permanently remove the (Muse of constipation or'lrregular bow action. your money without argument II they do not do COMPARE GERMAN AND BRITISH CHARACTERS they will. Two sizes, 2oc and !0c. Sold only'.at our Rexall D, Higinbotham and Co. OBJECT TO WOMAN PRACTISING LAW Vancouver. Sept. lien should bo alloived 10 iiraclisu tho Bar in this province is a _ A J 1 "t'ity in holding ,lo that Opening Address was to as nttie it did There camy iw.xt a period'in which the abstract views of the school of the loft prevailed over the school of the right wing. It was not easy --o realize that in founding a involution- ary movement .Marx and Lasalle be- lieved themselves to be carrying tlve torch which llejiel hud -kindled. Hud ed by Lord Haldane at University at Oxford Lord Haldane delivered the opening address nt the summer meeting of the university students at Ox- ford. The subject of the address was thtty did believe it. The new Aufkla in vice 'chancellor.! held in tho field fora conslder- Dr. C. B.-HeWrdcn. principal of lilllc- Germany gradually turn- nose, preside, ami the number of icti 'rom to science, itudouts. in Vat tendance excelled oii'e a thousand. leys but still marked than across the German But, al- though tine re was a growing" demand for education, there was, lie thought, a greater disposition here among the masses to regard the men who al- ready poE-jCssed it as in a class, a- part It was a possession leas fam- iliar fo our They had never been led by fighting philosophei-5. were of iwlitical --acouoniy dirt not eorne on the side of the move- ment towards Socialism aff 'freely as was tho case in Germany. Nor, on the other, hand, was the cry' against i socialistic legislation a battle cry j.o our political strife to anything' lik-j the same extent. Arid yet the. two ing and the hindering were often to be witnessed. They arose mainly was of most, of the noilti-j In toi II liid modified the form of what otherwise would have 'been'her mode of devel- opment. Huv it nr.-3d not materially of forbearance. He had noticed CHS es in which Germans had inisjudjrcd the, meaning of Britlnh And j tiiin on old lines of a rju'irl11'1 of century ago. Th-> proposition'wi'ifa be aii anachronism, and too otw. If Canada, for example, were to' (let clop million of a popuK tion, could we, remain with 'her. tin- d-er juiy sort of written or rigid ,sys- temocracies had in Vital points, such knowlodso o our an o as the'desire that ;the ,UU khould languaiio to d.s.intan.rle the true insist on tatter conditions of life for character of the. c those who n.uch in common H was one of the 'most, reliable foundations -for no apparently maui.rMMc hope of. better and mora intimate r.e- why m a it is not enough tc> hfiflt the house. You must keep it and evenly warm. There is something wrong when everybody crowds into one only warm place house." Yon need the even temperature secured by a Oil nicy Boiler with ils'spccjally. constructed, straight-wall fire-box, which gives no chance for clinkers to1 accumulate, and which allows thc water lo absorb ALL the heat un-" til there is very little left for the smoke pipe. Von need a. boiler that run for years without repairs, and most ..important, leaks.'.... The. Gunicy OAN'T'lcak. it's.put together with a smooth, metal to metal joint, which defies leakage, because there is no packing, or washers to rot, or threads to get crossed. You will pcrhaps'iieed boiler that will' fit.a low cellar. AVe can supply it.' Our smallest boiler is only 40 I -2 inches high, and just as economical, and efficient as a, largcrone. And should you enlarge your building at any lime, cxlra sections can be added to thc boiler quite easily, increasing its heating power.. But this is not the whole story of "Gnnicy-Oxford." AVrite, us for further information mid catalogues. We will, appreciate a visit'or line from you. We also carry in liock a complete line of plumbing material. CALGARY METALS, Limited EDMOXTON LKTIIBIUIKiE lations between the two_ countries in tba days to come that this should be so. Tho German democracy '.would doubtless follow its ruler to war, as. would in all probability the democr racy hera. But both democracies were more and more influencing'the policy of these niters, as the German chancellor pointed out In a speech j the evils of und want 'hamper her progress. SlM was al- icaih OIK of (lit- le tic'-l n uions in the world virtue of character he. had observwl 'Wnsllsh poh ,ci uis endowment. Her Item- 1 ossihh If all depended how at time-, cither apt undu'j lo ltlon ft ls ua. pecL the suppose! partlculiii inten hlg1' lmiaids ot light ihe rein of common Mici mcthoLj md gicTt iptitlicit 101 n cut TIH! how aunpfate the mtono wlnt ir ictual 1 connote Shi of Ihe (_-uia-hniis Bv leaming; s pcnati unit, and to to sco lungs aa others them o profit of man1 md V Inns j put off nerhaos for an jn Hi to 1 ecii her ho [definite period if therr- Ihit night ndd th tt iw LOiifatramt or lagk of? intelh tiling eli to I) Iici gen It be IneUtnblr And pith, ib icilh frin! ind tibj srlt that flas HIIJ we should do "o tioiifa in rommcite in politics in o lesson of horn to Bunder tv rnis toun J stand oui neighbors ail round, these Changes of-he Next Century ftnd thow lcnoi e Gcrnnu and trr to correct cer- lle iLpeaien tho.t I ueie Tpt Id he nan on We piotolcl the oi Id bj oui a npai enL uncoi ciout n ss of tha titnsitoi iptiirc of ni lonil iVUtiitons Clnnge UTS x Nol one could foicscr- Coukl thc mil il i od Hubsiin immic hold to ethci in ihe t K ot th'1 march of M md the piogie a of i ip n m( Inn i also? ruii, ihc-.-i countries af- If the process wau.'onco sturtcd which would lie j ed oiitsi-ile of l.tieir own boundaries? Would thc iinrn oiiphp liund PC! j heiu bn hius lit t it is j ship, wo should., not carry.HP other ,j ,t j, tions of Germiiu statesman 01 al r nativoly, to think that good might' be done by indulging in vague- and sentimental appeals to -diem. Now German policy was largely influenced by Prussia, It wa-a the habit of mind of to begin by defining- a. i principle, and th-en to tost everything by it. They were 1101 fond of gush, and wore surprised if any one doubt- ed that thc natural point of depai lire should naturally be to lay down j clearly as a preliminary to discus i jion what they held 'to be the Inter- est of Germany. And what was true of ivs was true of the Germans themselves i1sototdei of thc d-n would had some admirable qunlitics bo tei h heutc were obsciir-ad by our othoi clinic (eristics. K rcquirsd life imoiig i knowledge of our and of ,'iain insular trails of chanictcristic of us. ii.ind whicb wtn C. N..R. .READY TO HANDLE.SHARE OF.CROP T01 onto Sept 1 Vitchpil j coiuptioller of the' Mann i Co., with their hands, jllcs- it was not riifTiciilt to continue. and older frten-fiships, :unl corn icm tlie Bnti with iis into thc new one to the piofit of flvery one-concerned. Such i noL change might not aiiperacde conoid-, Htat.c-i I mpiic'' 1 pe >plc (_jn, il h t LV i n if t. orf e III rrj. liqpn foolirh tl t nllnd would hnvn bonn'rl I erations of self-defence, but Ha t-sn- Up m anii -subject to a ccntrni- dency would probably be in the dircc- government. Some of us don. of lightening thu financial hui fl tc au u Wlth t dons which these entailed h it t nntl waa wanted, then, was education in I c j ,cn, mutual nnd-arstanding. But such inn uiilght II ari'-e gicat MI uei e t lUfn I cw pt ople no t il u of the' has; inst.returned to the city af- ler an extend ad tour of the wtyt. -Mr. Aiilchcll want as far west as Calgary ami {.UBO went west "of Kdmonton on tl O. T. P. Me uaya he sur- prised to sec so much grain not it They will, hare a hlj- jver crop and if they had inora warm drv the wcwtern grain crop ?ar would have been tremendous ('.'iintdian Northern has every thing in readiness to handle of Jie crop movement. We are just thc completion of the har- vesting or-crations The Moral of It __ He had tried to disentangle the genesis and growth of some differ- en'ces of mental habit and. tradition, except on tlie basis of study and.the knowledge that was 'born of it. On the whole he thought thai, we wire more deficient in this study thnv were the' Germaivs. On tho of i ilfaid s torn of Impci 111 di n it difficult for Kngliah-j hand, they seemed to him lo know ni-an Germans fully to understand J almost of our way nf looking nt each other. If his analysis was.even approximately right, there was room for the of the !.wo countries to become less keenly conscious than at present of each oth-ar's infirmities. In the'great mission of civilizing the world. In Its commercial and Indus- tilings than we did of were not rsully a. nation thai cun- deep-iiiid planES and selfish schemes under the guise of ohscurily In word And dt-arl. di-'l not Meek an of set principle and purpose, to annex more and more of the surface trial In the production j of -tho wirth' In ylvance of all olhurs. and exnhnnge of science. In Wlint wft had actually done in Mite Hteratui'j, In art. the two nations direction fhad been doini, not RS many opportunities snd pptitiKtej In outcome 'of any p'.'jconoeivml mid common. Theirs wig a and thought-out policy, hut .IJCCR.USP for ;i a in the of long time we were the only p-soplc on rivalry might well be stingiest.' It the spot, and because at the moment. was ft thousand pitle-3 If.pMceful cb-j It. WMK the obvious thiiiK to do, in work so. manifold we wore th-a only people ready fo do. so great, and HO much In tho Germany roomed to him to havy est of the world ax a. whole, were j hud one particular piece of Ill-luck, marred or even by unneces-1 the or having been horn suspicions. fM nation a bvmdred years late in The (lev. Ur. Robertson Duckworth, and sub-Dean of Westminster and Chaplain in Ordinary to' the King, is aged 77 PURE PAINT You buy paint to baw vantage when you ftt Paint, beccuie it Saves cost little coven much surface. SITCI all M use. Stvei cipenst repaiitiaf net 'necesury for lenfeat pflasible time. Pttfe PKn! In aniatic wtth f RKCOMMENULLt AMD SOLD BY LAT1MER 4 HART, ;