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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September THE LETHBRIIKJE DAILY HWtALD WOMEN MAYAVOID OPEMONS By Ukiife Lydia E. PisUbra's Vegetable Compouod The following letter from Mrs. Omlle Bock will prove how unwise It is for women to giibuiit to. 'the (Lingers a suigical operation when It nuj be avoided by taking Lydla K Plnkhum's Vegetable Compound She four weeks in t heliAupital home worse before. i Hen If her OTTO stattnieut. PIT-.- Paw, "Two years MO I suffered Teryaevcrdj with a dis- lacement. I could not be on iny feet for long time My .ysiciait t rented for aeveh months thout much relief nd at last sent me Ann Arbor for n operation. I was there four weeksand came home suffering worse than 'before. My mother idiised me to try Lydia NO ROYAL COURT and do housework. I owe my health to LydU E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and adVise my frienda who are afflicted with any female complaint to try ORV'ILLE ROCK, R. B. No, 5, Paw Paw, Michigan. If you are 111 do not drag along nriUl An operation is necessary, but at once take Lydla Compound Pinkham's Vegetable Tor thirty years It has been the stan- rd remedy foi women's ills, and has WORK1NGNEN DISFR Peculiar, Decukm of Eng- lish Judge Regarding Taxes and Rent Sept: Thousands of working men will their votes as, the ''result of an amailnf de- of -twitch was a couple BOBtbi afo, but-; the effect of. which was. not Duke of Connaught Av- erse to Making Ottawa j Small London London, Sept. Duke of Connaught reminded the Canadian Ai tlllerymeh tit the faiowtjll dinner in tl'elr honor, short he, too, would be leaving for Canada. :.l learn hat the Duko'-'and Duchess .will not lake' out 'with' them to Canada quantity of household appointments, His Royal liigliness is known to have discouraged'the Inclination which ol) tulned in some quarters Jot the crea tlon of somellilnK approaching a ho; al Court at Ottawa, and an emphatic assurance that the traditions of Rid- eau Hull would not be broken In this pect was given to a prominent Can- an by cue of the Duke's sUff. The Government House, at Ottawa, Is look- ed upon as fully furnished, and it Is not anticipated that their Rqyal High nesses will' supplement Its Inventory to any serious extent, Bagshot House end Clarence House, the country and London residences of the nuke and Duchese will he left In the care of u minimum staff. The mag llflcent collection of trophies of the chase which have fallen to tne Dukes prowess as a hunter-'ivill pw left In England This collection, by way is one of the finest in the kingdom, and fchov s at a glance how extensive I American town dwellers BO through have been the travels of the Dukf and life without ever meeting the loqal Ux Duchess It is not expected that the Princess Patricia spend the whole of the period in Canada. Lord Strathcena's Health Lord and'Lady Strathcona, have lied until; last, week, when 1.000 voters In the town' of were struck olf the legltter m accordance It Of course. It It known generallr thMt manhood iuffrate does but under recent extensions of the franchise law Is that everyone who Independent control ovei a house or room worlh a rental of tot a nuy lender, the previously accepted Interpretation of this law lodgers who occupied a room of tins value, and had a latchkey could vote, persons pf this ciasa being known as "latchkey rot- rs." Now sli this is by the new decision which turns on the interpre- tation of the words "Independent coli- trnl." and on tbe system by which lo- cal taxes are collected In England, (n most cities of America the local tal- es are peld by tbe landlord, who them to the rent bg collects froii the tenant, and probably the in RAILWAYS WANT BIGGER MONEY 'OR CARRYING THE WAY COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE Ottawa, Sept. His MnjesU's mtuls uro carry asking: Dominion, uoveriiment 'for mora money. The cabinet soya it IMC! the application under ronsideru tiou 'but could hot agree to the in' c'rease asked 'by tbe companies. An order in council was passed asking commission to take up the whote question of rail mail subsidies nnd decide upon 8 fair basis of Temunera'Mon. The commission lias the question down for a hsarinx at October sitting, be ginning on. October 3rd. "OLD BOYS" OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS Of th senioi nine members of the House onlj one Liberal is lett and that is Sir Wilfrid, all the others are from Ontario, and are Conservatives Out of the seniors theie disappeared SH Ircdcrlck Borden Hon Mr Pat erson and Hon Fisher (although Mr Fisher was out tor three or foul jeairs There are onlj eight or nine membeis now left in the House who have an unbroken or nearly unbroken connection with the House before or 1891 and the older of seniority runs about as follows 1 Hon John Hassart first elected 1872 '2 Wilfml Lauriel first elected 1S7-1 3 Dr Spioule (Grey) fust elected 878 M. George Taylor first elect- ed 1882 (unbroken. 5 Hon G E Foster, first elected 1SS3 (broken) 6 David Henderson first elected 1882 (broken) 7. -Dr.' Reid (Grenville) first elected 1891, (unbroken.} 8 Colonel Hughes first elected 1891 (unbroken) W..F: Maclean, first elected 1892 'And then' there comes a very con- elderable gep, W H Bennett is piob ably tbe next in order of seniority, but be vvas out of the late Parliament R L." Borden canie in in J896. Mr. Os- ier, also first in 1836 guardians hare decided Upon 'an expenditure of' for increased hospital accommodation. seat Glencoe, in Argyllshire. For some time Lord Stretjicona's healti has suffered from the heet we have experienced here, and the change in temperature from 'over 91 degrees to about 60 has pent fitted him greatly. He was present a the ceremonies attending the cetobra tion of the quincentenary of 3t An drew's University, where he wljl be one of the distinguished: on whom the Senatus fill confer honor ry degrees. Praiae for Canada Some of the prominent Britishers who have been touring the Dominion are returning. is T. Oriy Peget of Kingsthorpe Park, Northampton shire member of an old country fam lly. With Mrs. Paget he :haa ..been spending three months In Canada, ant met many Englishmen Tthnm he knew before the; emigrated to Canada Without exception, be found them prosperous and happy In the new com trj Edward Terry has returned after bw Canadian tour, which -commenced a Halifax last Christmas, and. finished on the Pacific Coast Mr Terry spoke enthusiastically of the optlmiam end patriotism of the Canadians One cannot but 'be (truck with the love of the Old Country, which la de- monstrated bj the number of towns which bear the names of'those in Eng land, as thugh when the Writ shack was erected the emigrant could think of no sweeter name than that'of the home he had just lett This system obtains all over the Dominion and Is source of much pleaanre to a ,viii tor froSn England. W. L. Griffith's book on the Domin- n-of. Canada Is meeting w'ith a heart} reception In the United Kingdom, and a second edition is now in the press There are few men in London so well qualified to demonstrate the man> ad vantages of the Dominion the sec rotary to Lord Strathcona, and hjs pic .urea of Manitoba and the other west :ern piovinces have done a great deal .0 correct the misconceptions 'held Education Experts in Kurepe a. visit of over two months, during which the. educational ceptrei of Europe hive been i isited, Professor so Bivoe a member of (he'Cannd an Technological Commission, has eturned to Canada. The commission, which -was formed for purppte of studying British and European tech- nical education had, said Profi Bryce visited the principal centres of .echnical education of Britain, Ger- many, France, Switzerland and Belgi- ira, and had gained valuable infprma- .ien. A long and comprehensive re- port will be the.end of this British methods' of technical education have partUnilariy Impressed he commission. Eat and Be Merry! 99 Eit bMrljr of "aid teej kke a new occasional aH.yliM NA-DRU'OD byjpeam TaMeU. The pnperrj excited lent nitons yjelr ilinaah. refalM Hi requirei Mtartfier aM. 50e. alwx. If dfugfW rjj net necked yel aefe SOo. end melt them. collector In England noet middle class householders pay their own lo- cal taxes, but most working clan dwellings are let at "Inclusive" rents, which means that.the landlord pars the local taxes. The court declsioi which, is causing so much trouble at present, tbat all who pay "inclusive" rents cannot be held to eiereiM Independent control of their houses, and are, therefore, not to vote. This at one stroke thousands of working class en, but the Newport Interpretation at ruling the lUienfranthiee- ment a further. Practicallrevery working class householder In England has one or more-lodgers, who. been qualified voters The Newport revision Judge has ruled that an the holder of an "Inclusive" house does not exerclee control hlmielf, can not traaenjit It to his and so the lodger, tee. loses his vote. So far no estimate appeared'! the total number of men who will be deprived of'their votm b; this it- Newport has a (opulatiea of 000, and of its citizens theft vote Any calculation based on thhs proportion would be ever, for Newport an town, and the proportion of such cap rould be much lower in the end in. some other towns, where the renting are different. IB London, for instance, workmen live In tenements owned 1 the London Count} Council, or hy the local borough councils, and in these cases the rent and taxes weekly, aeparate collected each It ft piobable in these cases the courts would that tbe municipal tenant exercises ent control, although iloejr neighbor paying exactly the in the form of rent and receiving only one receipt would be disfranchised The situation is so serious, heirvvvr, that it is likely a bill will be Intndnc. when parliament reaaaenbles to niarlrc the position of the rent pavers This is all the mere like- ly. as the Liberal party, which In power now -would suffei mort fhan he Tories if the present slate at it fairs were allowed to continue. BAWDEN BROTHERS Lethbridge't Grcatett Home jS j Get Acquainted With Our Furniture and Our Prices You owe it to yourself to do so. We have become Lethbridge's Leading Furniture Store, and this achievement was made popgjjble only because of the high character of the goods we sell and the lowness of our prices. We want you to know these goods and these prices we warjt you to see magnificent assortments of splendid homefurnishings that we show. After you go through our establishment once you will require no further urging-you will be con- vinced by our goods and pur prices that this is afore where you can buy to the best advantage China Closet? An Attractive China Ctaet made of the best quar- ter sawed onk, and is liand- pplished. Has two mirrors, bent glass ends and beauti- fully carved top. Good valup the regular price Special Friday and Saturday, S25.00 Great Sale of Comforters i We have jitst out very large flf Comforters which wo harf 'priced at very low iigurcs. Prices up SI.75 Buffett Tjiis is the handsomest and best quality buffet, we ever at It's made pi full quartered oak, highly nqljshed. Top is 54 x 23." fleyel plate mirror, 46 x 14. design. Exception- si value. Friday and BAWDEN BROS. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 709 3rd AVENUE SOUTH GAS SUPPLY FOR SOUTHERN TOWNS A Joint Meeting Held at High Postponed j'oinl meeting ol representatives i (hi- towns of Macleod, Oraninu, no matter though there he no 'generous !HSh OkotoLs A. C. NOT HOLDING ANY POtT-MORTEM Toronto, Sept Hoi A O the opposition leader In tarlo, arrived in the cK; this mont> Ing __ How do you explain, he aak- ed "the reference made to andalid-e Ia3t Tburadaj nhlch, hrft the Liberal representatives of proilnce in a lonely mfnorltj'" Oh we re not going to bold any he said. "Anybody enaM sen where the weak points the good, 'ctm- prosperous and 10 one realiud that the danger great I don't Think anyone waa to :here m as a strong anti-Americu fati ng Asked what he thought of a poa sIMIltr of a provincial general :ion this fall, Mr NtcKay 'It s all to the prenler; I'vi ng to say about It." OFFICIAL MAJORITIES Toronto. Sept. rMurH 'ere made "In sevtrml constttutMijjt oday. ans Month ivt, maierlly 12. T. Kat; (ion- Tvatlve, iMjoril) ol B. McCdi, najorlty of WM a falling alt of 47 as ilMtlMI of held at Huh River yesterdaj, when the proposition submitted ID the Western Canida Light, Heat 4, Pow- er eornpaiu was considered Mter the ol ihe several towns have reported to their councils the revjhctni, iruniunalitiei will decide in regard to the proposition of-the company, which includes piping natural fas froire How Island, where there }s m unlimited quantit) along the Crow's Nest line to Lelhbridge al'il AJaclrod and thence to Calgary. CommliMoiwr Ciraves, ol thu city, upon special request, attended the matting at High River vesterdaj and gave the delegates of the va-ious such information as thov afnd, .regarding the contract which Calgary was going to use the Island gas. 'the company proposes to ma a owia from How Island along to Mac- leod, thence northward along the C. line to Calgary. Each of the town? along the line would he served with gas. The idea of the company inx taking its main tbat way is to ieke in all the small towns that are situated along the line, otherwise it wen In be cheaper and less trouble to inn the main the country Irom Bm Island to Bassano, thence aloag the main line to algarv If, however, satisfactory agree- ments cainot be negotiated with the towns along the C. E. line, the main will Iw brought to Calgait Basaino It is the purpose of tke bring Me gas to Cel- lu Etoetrtc Fixture! I, L MNZH i (t. mtermedUte town prepared to me it What the company wants to do to get an agreement with each ol the largrr tewas providing for the dis- tribution of gas exclusively at very low ntfi for 34 years Some uf the towns object to the introduction of on the groend that it wighi reduce the rost of lighting helow that possible with their municipally owned lighting plant W H McLaws, o> this city, solici- Heat and Power company, attended the meeting held in High River ves- terdiy and explained the company's tp far the DISTRICT NEWS ELLMMERE NEWS Sept 31-0. A Stern retained from 1 aber and acted as returning olHon at Lout Lake lor the electim, with H T Slider ai pell clerk The election came off very quietly here with 'a majority for Bu- and of 2 to 1 On accouit o' the weather a small rote was Polled Sam IiOHg and P. L..teKh were isinest wlkri at Mr NcHroyne's last wrew. also Mr Coulter o( Tiber, lUtoeU out. C. Hataiav building a gram iry W C DicVsoe his hnilt an to his house Jhis week Cancellation seems to be the order of the day in Mils distnci Sam Parrt drew eae the other day. The parties who are-potting outsiders oil are well known and we think they coeM employ their time to far bettei advantage than making trouelt (01 tkeir neighbors Hr Martia, our popular teacher here has had a nry small attendance at school for the last few days, for the weather has beep very inclement, which hei also'delayed threshing eoa- The W. W.'.i were to have met last night, but on account of tne' o( the weather it has been postponed to a later date, when tkey to irn) for Ikt iHgtB henent. O. A. Ike at Hun w, ihr 0 V. ranch aa in inn. V, RrAillaril staekinq [rein .a (lay ago and finds grain ightlf dimagid hv frost It (IwTr n( Mrs LMkkiidfe, who was tkt orgjn Mrs Hay? Is a of U.. iwri. C Mrs. Davis. Mr and Mrs tipeet- to leaxe far the ;reet tn (hresh Mr Mr McHraine Groves, 12 Ig, out from Tabcr'-'lfr'- hranchmis out ol the. pro- Kii'sjue urmers of that (jlftryst and MfW to Juve [a fh jn Jhe cpun- trv, At he is up a lifge new bent i. a- Snidei have on the iick bad colds hut are recovering nqw C floilghrnm a biuy man latelv, making new citntni lor Can- ada Mr McBraynr his brother, a banker frefn ffovs Scotia, fo visit him shortly Rataldm call on trs McBravne a dajs bark ROSEMIAO Roirmead, Sfpl.'ij fardjton, gave a Iwturt cilv Uawnrait lathe interests 01 Mr our' Lib- eral cindiOite Owing tjlf. busi of sieeklag not a large crowd tijraid out, about prewet, hMt his speech. fully appreciated hy who did attend. Threshing has compv need in earnest in our niMghborhoqd, Misiri Emit- son, and Wprtli living their grain in the granarj is averaging 24 bushels and Hi. Most a! the threshers have' gasoline cimines, owing to the scar- cit) of water in this vicinity M: anil Mrs. Arc.-.jmbio .visited av Yetwooo Sunday. Sunday is now being held at Roscmead everv Sunday at 3 p m. All the children of the diitiiet are cordially invited to attend. Fred Arcliambio made a business trip 10 Taber the first of the week.' Kcv Cook preached his farewell sermon at higleview last Sunday ev- ening During Mr Cook's three t months' service here he has made man; frii-ndi, and accomplished gome good work, especially in tbe Kasimlt distnci, and we shall, aid all, be sorry to see him leave- II all n well Mr. Cook expects to be with us' again summer, and we can at leaM wish him safely through tbe winlei and success in his college work W which hi returni H M. Wells returned from Lethbridge Thursday witb a load of goods lor H. C. Charter. Hurrah foi Buchanan Out nf 31 votes cast at Rosemead the 21st, were for Buchanan, 4 for Magiath and .1 spoiled ballot. Are we lor reciprocity Well, t guesi it looks that way, don't H D Charter wjs enumerator, Archambio returning officer and Har- ry Davis polling clerk [i-ssrs Marks and Potrter are build- in p; gran.irics this week. II irrv Sajdc purchased a horse from A. VI. Williams the first of the vee'f. The Molsons Bank OFFICE, MONTREAL Capitnl, Pfiid Up Kcscrvc Fund M BIUNCHM'IN CANADA AND AGPNTS AND COKRER- PONDENTt IN fLI PAHTS OF THB DOMINION SAVP5S PEPARTMENT Depoalta of l from 'ita1'- ThU lo ipwards irrelved. Interest alWwtd at currant rate to prompt and and luyites account K. (Jity C. Morris. Mgr. ;