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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Thursday, Aiigngt THE LKTHRRinGC IUILT HERALD 3 The best buy in the city F AIR- MONT F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. FOB SALE The 8 roomed .fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster Rd., Terms, The H. MACBETH AGENCY JNWKANOI LOAN1 Splendid Corner 125 feet by 127 feet. Within five minutes of depot. Water, sewer and light. Ideal spot for home Price 'Terms North Letlibridge Realty Go. PHONE 53< SOMETHING CHEAP For 3 Days Only -3 lots on William St. facing east, balance 3 and fi, Wilkie Kerr 1-3 INSURANCE AND COAL HULL 1LOCK, WEST A. R. I. OFFICE. Worth going at Tyo lots 25x125 on water anil sower, at each, on easy terms. Apply R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott No. 1 Ranching Propositions acrm. In block, 50 per cant, tillable, running water on trmet; only 18.60 acre; good terms. 2240< acres 8 miles from good 50 per cent, or more till- able; several springs on tract; per acre; good terms. Good half section on Weyburn line, only per aero. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. SAYS EGO RULES THE U.S. WOMEN __ Visitor Declares They Sub- ordinate Families to Own Grievances Now York, Aug. Francois do, Kspigaric do Tessnn, whose coiwlim are the mnrfiuls, count uml viscount of tlie French family of Chainbnm, uml who IB u contributor to French mas- and newspapers, is on a holi- day trip around thy world. And wlmt uould be moro natural than that he should spend a year of Iiis long furlough In the country he lias IOIIR country of Washington, the stop country of La- layette! lo AI. do Tessan and tho charming' woman who is Madame de Tessa n arrived In New York this week on tho I first lap of their long journey. Worken Real American Women AI. de Tesaaii, of course, was asked ho thought about American wo- j men, and as he has been hero before, I the Question -was not so unfair as it is sometimes. In reply he said: "1 find tlie American women beau-. and charming. She has a 4ilo-1 Ughtfill, conquering air that distlii'- S'liishes her from the women of oilier j nations. But in writing about the I American women 1 Ehall not make t the' mistake of taking a few ladles 1 of the great world as typical. I shall I study the girls in the shops anil fac- j toriea, and the wires' and daughters of workingmen, for they are the real American women. "I believo in extending the influence nd power of woman everywhere, for J think it will be conservative of good. Women arc powerful-in.France. They have powerful. French Women Net Aggressive "And feminism' is strong in France, WHAT RECIPROCITY MEANS TO THE CANADIAN PEOPLE PHONE 823. BARGAINS .-i section oMancl, improved, house and barn, 12 miles from'Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre. cash, balance on terms North Ward, each, easy terms 6 roomed fully modern house to rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Lethbridge Hotel Block and growing stronger. You do not hear much about it, for are not sensational, not aggressive. The idea of the family is strong with We have just as many love mat- ches as you have, but with tis marriage means not only the union of two lov- ing hearts, but of two families. "The French marriage united the Ideal and the practical, while here you liare only the ideal. After ten'or twelve years, when the ideals of youth are gone, there remain with is practical ties of interest of family solidarity. With -when the ideal is fled, there is, what? Divorce. "Think of the enormous number of 'our divorces. "The number of our divorces testi- fies to the height of our feminine (the reporter answered. "We lave a1 single standard of loyally for uisband and wife in America, while n France women still believe it is ;helr duty to pardon everything." -'-But .the American woman's ideal is an urged ;M. de Tess-, an. "She sujj'lkirdiuates 'her he Dreservation of the family, to he own' personal grievance. H takes courage, certainly, to say 'I will crusi my iife and begin over again find make a new it requires1more age to renounce vengeance, to say In tbe face of a personal wrong, H will stand by my children. I will help save my luisband.' When a worndn Forgives In France ire" do not laugh. We say: 'How splendid! What sub- lime "You see, tbe French woman still clings to the Christian Idea of for- giveness. We are in some respects much more conservative than you. Our Ideals go far, too far. In my opfn- on, but our actions do notgo'as far is yours. For instance, tbe two young -women under indictment, for shooting a man who are exhibiting themselves n a theatre here. Such' a spectacle would not be possible here. Tt would not be permitted. We exhibit _, picture of any crime, but ,we do no show criminals." Reciprocity now passed' at Washington. Whether It becomes Jaw or not reHtB with tho Camidlun Parliament and people. 11, is worth recalling the tornm of tlio agreement and pointing out in u general way Its moaning to "the two countries af- fected. Tho bill IB a tariff amend- ment, divided into throe schedules, omiiodying u large free list on natural products, and reduced duties on food products and certain manufactures. For fanners there will he distinct advantage In free access to the Unit- ed States market for thy following duty Is now levied; Cattle Horses .Mules Swine "iiecp and lainijb .Vheut Kye Oats Uarloy Ueans "otatoes "or 11 Onions Pears Peaches Crapes Butler Cheese Fresh milk Fresh cream Eggs Hay Straw. Canadian fishermen will .he reward- ed by free access to the United States market for the following products of the rich waters of .the Dominion: Mackerel Herrings Halibut Salmon .Cod Oysters Lobsters Timber, hewn, sldod or squared. Sawed boards, planks, deals. Paving railroad ties and poles. Wooden slaves. Pickets and palings. The mining man will find better sale for by free access to Uniled .Sfales markets' fo'r: Kledapdr Mica Talo Salt .Asbebtos MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED SNAI'S 3 roomed house and J balance monthly jmyinonta. ICO acres good farm land mllou from railway. Baity terms. SNAPS lotn, North Ward, JOBO. 111 per wife W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 13G7 Consumers on both sides will thank the negotiators of this agreement for reduced duties oh many articles now bearing varying taxes, a.nd among them: Meats, fresh or refrigerated. Bacon and hams. Beef and pork, salted. Canned meats and poultry. Lard. Tomatoes end other vegetables. Wheat Hour and oatmeal. food. Bran, middlings and other offals of grain. Macaroni and 'Vermicelli. Biscuits, wafers and cakes. Canned fruits. Agricultural implements. Cutlery. Paving stones. Clocks and watches. Canoes. Motor vehicles. Canada is now the third best cus-j tonier of the United States. Under iprccity we will sell more to the j United States of the things we do not leed and which the United States does need; we will .buy more of what ihey have to sell and what we want .o buy. will continue to buy from Great Britain the fabrics and other irticles with which she can best sup- Ply us. But instead of free access only to the British market for natural Canadian lumbermen will gain by the free admission to the United States of the following standard products: we will have also the increas ing demand of the United States. Laurier and the larger markets is .the policy, of Canada, HEN Of Babes Gathered In by. South Foster Mother to Litter of ota That Leave Their Chicago, III., Aug. only one crop that wasn't killed by the extensive drought "in South Dakota this -summer, -mid- that was Kyv Aug. A. five-year-old Black Spanish hen, owned by Mrs. Taylor Collins, of this county, crop of adopted six kittens, arid cares While "crops" of all other them as tenderly as if 'they were were and chicks. The kittens 'learned all of the :Ghicagoa'ns who {left heed the call of "the hen's steam-heateTJ JIats..last year the old hen calls the kittens and t- stead a section- in the .Cheyenne her wings over them to pro- er and Stand reservations, ire on tlieir; -way tiack :the city them as .carefully as if- they were her brood. s it least one more ba'ljy. Only' affection displayed by the kit- f nan of the dozen-or so that are for the hen and by the -hen for c ng back, according to word kittens' is the most unusual, be- rom the territory today, did not the cat, the mother of the kit- n n raise that and he is is living and nurses the kittens P achelor. The bachelor is Theodore regularly as -if they did not have a a foster mother. H on, of Hegeswich, and. he is old -cat seema tn nnriPi-fifanrl ack to the home of "Battling" Nel: (the situation, and.dfsplays ho jealousy j on to work 33 hours af, niir ht_ Riv i f.n r FOR SALE Bungalo, 6 rooms, furnace and workshop tntf fine cellar, lawn, cement walks, surrounded by and shade trees; furniture goen with the place; 5 lots 127 ft. on 15th Street South; a good f 1500, years or (0000 cash. Apply to owner, at 818 15TH STREET SOUTH Inside It good enough for City Properties High Glass Farming Lands Well Conservative Investments and Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plow ing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, "SSSf 310 7th Street Lethbridge, Alta FOR SALE-SNAP 153 acres adjoining townsifc of Btirdcii, 300 feet from mam business street, ripe for subdivision. Good house mid fenced. C.: P. E. gas line will run through, property.' Price per ncre. Address A. B. HOAGLIN Calgary, Alta. SHEEP COST Tariff Expert Says Sheep Gives About 100 per cent profit Ogdon, Utah, July 29. W. Barnei representing President Taft'and the tariff board in checking up the in formation gathered by speciaJ agents of the government on wool and sheep industries, arrived iu Ogden today. After visiting four of the largest sheen states of the west, in a statement, made public today, he says the data obtained proves that sheep' can be liscd and wool clipped and marketed and lambs disposed of at a cost of H.50 per head, the annual revenue rom which, with-wool at IS cenis, to- als leaving a profit of a lead, His figures are as follows: Cost per head to raise aheep, all ex- icnsea incident to grazing, herding shearing, dipping, lambing, freight on wool and mutton, interest in' money invested, etc.. Average clip of wool per head, seven pounds at on average of 13 cents per pound, delivered !H cenls, average price of lambs average increase, being figured at SO per cent planccd on market Total receipts Mr. Humes states there' may be sonic difference in different strites in the cost of raising sheep, and the mar- ket value as (o the wool clip, lambs and mutton, but the above figures show quite accurately the aver- age Is hi the territory over which he, has traveled. Ho suggests that thfj I cost of raising sheep might be reduc- ed considerably by better business methods by sheep owners. Sharon, Penn., Aug. years ago, when Walter .1. Redmond attend- ed a Labor Day celebration in New -astle, Penn., his pocket was picked, being takcfti. Yesterday Heel- week in a foundry. He says hat a foundry, with its tons of molt- n metal, Isn't nearly so hot as South Dakota in the summer time when Irought is on. So unbearable have conditions be- come, owing to the drought, that a petition has been addressed to the United States Senate and the House of Representatives asking for relief. The homesteaders are asking that they ibe relieved of further payments on their lam] in order to'give them an opportunity to raise a crop. In instance the home- steaders have sunk all of their sav- ings in attempting to put in and raise a crop on virgin soil.. SINGERS AND SPEAKERS AT BLAIRMORE Blairmore, Aug. one of the most important events of the year will take place here next week, Aug. i to 13. We shall have the opportim- ty of hearing some of .the most dis- tinguished talent of this and other countries. The following are a few of the most- noted who will visit us next week' 'rof. L. L. Henry, .musical director and leader, who liails from. Cnlcago. le will conduct all the miisical exer- sea, and will arrange a special con- ort, towards the end of the week, the on the contrary, seems to delight [date to be announced later Harold but, In the attention shown- her offspring by the hen. The hen does not under stand Is that the kittens AN "HONEST THIEF" which have acquired the strength, de sire, to run about the yard, and .be comes very uneasy when they are out of her sight. She left'va to adopt the kittens, and "has lost interest en- tirely in; chinkens since the arrival of the kittens. AGE TWO YEARS: WEIGHT 100 Baby Giant Who Lives in.. Georgia Three Feet Three Inches In Height- Atlanta, Ga., Ail- olph Coda, aged 2 years and 4 months, reight 100 pounds, created a sensa- tion on the streets of Atlanta today is he walked besideJiis'father from a railroad station to a hotel. The giant baby lives at Mount Airy, Ga. The infant stands 3 feet 3 inches In his boasts a. chest meas- mond received a money order for the of 36 inches in circnmfer- exact, amount from- Niles, Ohio. ence. WADENA BARRISTER TO OPPOSE NEEUV Saskatoon, Aug. a convention of tho Humboldt riding tonight, .1. liar vey Hearn, a prominent young barris- ter o! Wadena, was nominated as Conservative candidate against Dr. X. N'eely, at tlie forthcoming election. FARMERS! The Lethbridge- Weyburn Really Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. 8. 323 FIFTH STREET. Sell the Best, and Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof. Wind- proof, sure and see yon get tlie Comi-' gated Granary with I he eighteen-inch man- hole in lop. This allows granary to be com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, insuring a light cover. Woodsworth B.A., of Japan, lecture on missions, home .and foreign also on other interesting topics, while E. S. Bishop will "Some Developments in our own province" Rev. C. H.' Jonniion, M.A., U.D., will lecture on" "Tlie Decisive Hour of Christian A: B. Steer will give some very important lectures, on that most Important -of 'ail subjects, '.Social Purity." Miss. Helen Palk, of Winnipeg Normal, whose fame as a .eacher of -the young Is known .hroughout the west, will give lee- Aires on "Methods" and. "Child Cnl- .ure." Last and by no means least, Prof. S. Dyde, LL.D., late of Queen's University, Kingston, '-.and .now prin- cipal Albertii Colleyo, StnUbcoha, vill lectiiro every, morning. This is tho first opportunity 'that Jlalnnore has had to hear such dhj- inguished lecturers and musicians, ?hey come to us under the uiiKpices if the Alberta S. S. association, and fill conduct their lectures In large ents, -which will he pitch sd on Ihe iorth side of the river, on the C. I land, not ten minutes walk from own. Meals. and beds will he provided for hose who desire them, at the uom- naf cost of 60c up to a day. Spec- il rates can he secured on the ra.fl- jway by purchasing one way standard J lie one of the- crowd .who will attend from Lethbridge, Macleod, Pinctier autl adjoining towns of Southern "Air berta. Our Motto: "A maximum of pleas- ure and profit, at -a minimum cost." For apply-tOiH. G. Biglow, Secretary of the Crow's Nest Pass School .District. Remember the date, August 8 to 13. EXPENSIVE TO RAISE MAINE Washington, D. C., Aug. Con- gress, will be asked by; the war de- partment to appropriate more to complete the raisins of the battle- ship Aiaine in Havana harbor. This will.make a total expenditure 'of Your rent will buy a home Lota, only 5 blocks North Ward school on .'Fifth'- and Sixth Ave. are now on the market at the low price of 1150 each, 110 per month. For sale bj The Cascaden Land Co. MACDONALO BLOCK. certificate. Lectures morning and evening. The afternoons will be given, up to recre- ation. Conic and have a pleasant and profitable ting in tho mountains. 4 Lots Just south Vic-- toria Park ea., terms For few dayt only H.J.RSkeith Phone 1143 Opp. Hottl THE BIGGEST SNAPS IN FARM LANDS IN ALBERTA IfiO ACreS- Fenceri. Stable, etc. 80 nerei 11 Spring wtient. Price acre. ca0b, in half crop 640 500 acres- In crop, Spring wbMt, looking splendid. S milee from town. per We have fCtme aplendld tnapt In rum land, cloae to Weyburn lurvty, tar from 113 to per ten. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. Succeeioro lo The Doweley-MeMlllm Land Co. Phone M4 ;