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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIinirtDfiB DAILY HERALD Salnnlay, TONI6MT. ASCOT RACES TONIGHT. The biggcil piogiam jot. ilonstoi spFiml kilutc, ASCOT RAOhS Undoubtedly the best Ascot picture ever taken. I the finish In all four races. THE .TOUT'S 'REMEMBRANCE A Great Ku'cliiK I'lcture. WITH INTEREST TO DATE A Comedy Dramn. HIS LAST PARADE A Thoroughly Interesting and Amusing Drama. You can't afford to mils a single they're great; they're different. WELCOME TO COMING! COMING! COMING! TO AUTO Man ind cars racing like mad. At Starland Next Week. FIT FACE the Olmlnu'tlvg Lid, Thin Slip It Onto the Fair Udy'i With the Aid.of Shoe Horn Expert Chicago. III.. Aiig. over a customer's fnco to fit a diminutive liat and then gUpping Ihe lieailju'itr on with the aid of a shoe horn and soap stone, like Cinderella's slipper, are araons the simplest thlniis that the milliner will lie compelled to do tills full. The secrets of the future, so far as they concern the millinery world, were whispered into the ears of a select few I'liiCJiso women today by a man milliner, who. has Just returned FRUIT GROWERS AND RECIPROCITY A Norfolk Man Who Takes Strong Ground to Vote Against Party-A Life-Long Tory, he is for Agreement tho Tor- Special correBpondenco to onto SIllH'oe. Aug. Conserrntivc larty need 1131 look lo the fruit-grow- TB of Ontario for support when tlio of pursnln, the doubtfu, look fdr losses in ninny of the frul obliged to vote niialnBl his party, bu he told his interviewer, eon soienot- him do so. "1 mn very much disappointed the Conservative party. They shoulc have endorsed tills iiRrcement, in from a trip to the style factoiios Ixinden aiid Paris. of [growing constituencies. "Since the Nla'sura deputation pro- thdrmeinorl.. to juiral classes. loreslJ of the agrlcul Since the time of Si d we Conservatives Here lire JlMt a few of the arbitrary rules down: Hals will be extremely small this fall. They will consist chiefly of the _ loaf" cuue, the "steeple talked to many of the lending grow- and the "Pierrot cap." strong In their opposl- Thcy will follow the Egyptian they tell me they have bad styles, and hair must be dressed down meat, the fruit men of this country have given a lot of study to the ques- tion of reciprocity and you -would hard work getting any such fol- lowing to go to Ottawa now. 1 have over the ears style. lo conform with the Messrs. Fielding and stolen a march on us. Patterson have 1 can now onl.v 'f heart." Mr. J. E. Joh.istone'f Viewi These words from (he lips of Mr. E. Johnstone late president of the Crowns will be high, some of them jOiUario Fruit Growers' Association reaching 20 inches from the "foumla- now a member of the association's ,ion" Executive and Manager and Secre- "But some of the women just can't wry-Treasurer of the Norfolk Fruit- f Growers Association, were uttered in wear small lints! suggested one of jlhe cQiirw Qf nn n the timid milliners in tho audience. representative here. Air. John- "They're not becoming to everybody." jsou owing to his many years' cxperl- "Very simple." replied the resouice- jence in different fruit-growers' asso- ful mail millir.or "We will make ov- [clations and his intimate knowledge the face in order (0 make it 'he markets of the United States where he was engaged in the commis- vote for the party that will pass re cliJToelly." A Remarkable Turn-over "Can your views be taken as repre- sentative of the he was asked. "I wish only to speak for myself.' came the reply, "b'ut I can say there was such an independence of thought as now prevails among the 1 fruit growers of this Conservative country. Of the small percentage of runners and fruit growers who say they are opposed to the treaty, al- most-all are Conservatives, who read only their party press organs. But there lias been ti remarkable turn- over since the deputation went to Ot- tawa." M-r. Johnson .said he accompanied the memorialists though not In sym- ifeiuu business for some time ha..-, "The reason-big hats are beeominp among v_ to women is that they need the shad- of thc Province as an ,cent> -m the miltter- j'n- 'pathy of their views. He had chat- to1 Ascertain their sin- throw over their he said. "To supply this need when nail hats are worn, dark shadows may be drawn ler wherever th mder the eyes. n with a delicate pow-jtion. of which he iey are needed, chiefly jcutlre officer, has Then, in order that "Many were attracted by the cheap rates and grasped the opportunity of seeing the capital, while solid In their The Norfolk Fruit-Growers' Assocla-faiUl of tne was his ob- is (lie chief exe- one IKUI rcnson to 525 members, at homei in fact( the lead. expert on fruit affairs. Apple Crop and Duty they" may not be too striking, they mist be rubbed over lightly with com j mon face powder. Tlie result will be Ithat the face will fit the small hat." CUIIM HltlEII STEWSIIPJ til. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Route to London on Ton Floating.PaUcet. NextSalHngi from, Montreal: ROYAL EDWARD AUG. 9 ROYAL GEORGE AUG. 23 ROYAL EDWARD SEPT. (i of Paitage: 1ST GLASS UPWARDS 2ND CLASS 153.75 fc UPWARDS 3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don f31.25 Further Information from S. B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Hy; H. Macbeth, City Ticket. Agt., G. N. Ry., or write to 4 TT HAVTS GENERAL A. Xl. VA VAf% AGENT, WINNIPEG Two boys were seriously" in- at Cobalt ny the explosion of a with which they can of gunpowder vert Buying. Murniy Hogarth ,of Chatham, had his apiiiW fractured in a collision with B wbHe motor-cycling. [WAY OF THE TRANSGRESSOR .PROVES HARD FOR BANKER San Francisco, Aug. A. .Manker, lio years old. arose from bis "flop" in a water-front lodging house liere this and surprised the proprietor by declaring: "I am a fugitive banker from Pearl, HI. I 'embezzled from the hank of Pearl, wrecked the institution and escaped.. I am starving and I want to give myself up. I have been bunted since IflOS." Manker was given in charge of a "Thirty-five thousand 'of the mon- I took was gambled away in stocks" Manker said. "I made a desperate at-; tempt to cover the shortage in my accounts and stole more. Then I fled. "I have been in nearly every city In the 'country, working at, anything I could get to do." Manker says he first went with his family to Philadelphia. There they bought a hoarding house which failed. He then wandered with his family about the country, working as a car- penter. His wife and daughter estab- lished a boarding house at Eagle, near Lincoln, Neb., where they now live, He will be returned to Illinois. latest membership of any such as-'ors'of the jlgiution gaw to it that sociation in Ontario, if not in Can-ltney got thejr transportation. They ada. Norfolk county, which boasts porsonaUy portions of passages never having had ;i crop taiiure, wno they cauld out over fruit trees _- t ff d fco ufce the "DON'T TALK TO ME OF EMPIRE" I Review of Reviews Gives Extraordin- ary Interview with Australian Premier Review of ing the past two years and the asso- ciation this year 'anticipates an ap- ple crop of, nearly barrels. At A Business Gain "Our gain from the business stand- point is too paid he. 'Mon For fif- the association Tondon Aug Reviews a remarkable inter- viow with Premier Fisher of Australia barrels of apples this ho to have said: "Don't lose approxi present there; is a duty of seventy-five 'customcra mean more trade. cents per barrel on apples going into tecn. hours' -run we have only a popti- the .United States and. the .removal ot lation of five m this; Mr. Jahnson.'_ esUiuates will .prod i: a net; gam to. the Canadian icipro lotis to consume our ulucts, while in the event of re- irocity the same r.un would place us .v.'ithin reach of sixty millions." ships The fact that Canada's northern year it will jposltion renders her capable of grow- uately My ownjing a hardier class of fruit, especially mea: grower of fifty' cents a barrel. co-opei and each other, but only on condition rels, and on that I. must stand to lose tha American fruit market will ntn- talk to me of Empire; we are not an coupled with the certainty that Empire. No end of mischief has come from the use of that word. We are a very loose association of five nations., each independent; each for the thue being 'Willing to remain in fraternal native union with Great Britain because he said. 'Mr. Johnson has forty-two acres of apples, besides a young orchard of apples, pears, peaches and cherries, covering eighty-four and he like thousands others in this great we may at any time, for any cam terminate the connection. We are independent, selfgovernlng communities, absolutely untrammeled .fruit peninsula, is naturally anxious ifor the succes, of .reciprocity. To Vote Against Party FVuit-growers are gradually awak- just nd Britain's enemy in the right, [business near here. don't con-template a'declaration ofjis high time our Farmers, thought independence, because, as a riddance smore independently and did not per- of tlie risk of being attacked by Bri-jmU. political parties through the tain's foes, could gain nothing aslpress, to dictate to them." if we were independent as any other f The coming election will be the sovereign state we might. lose much." j first time that has been UNION BANK of W.HMN Spend the Balance Don't spend all you like .and save the balance if there is auy. Save you know you should then spend the rest. The difference, in few yetrs, will be the difference between poverty and independence. Open a Sayings A.ccouat now, in Bank, It will make tke Hvinf easier. Miln Offlei cor. Round n. TINNING, Manager. Stirling A. H. Roach, Acting Managvr. Qraaty E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 1NBTALLED IM THIIR VAULT A NUT OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IF YOU HAVI AHT TTTU JEEP8. MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OR OTHER VALUABLES I BE LMMCP IM ONE OF THEflB JATKW APM.V TD Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse. by any laws, treaties or constitutions, joiiing to an appreciation of-the terms We arc free to tke our own the pact. In Norfolk stronghold of according to what we believe to be our own interests without anyone being able lo prevent us. There is no neces- sity for us to say we will or will not take part in any of Britain's wars. the Conservative party, men are hold- ing views independent of their partyt and Mr. Johnson, whose intimacy er be subject to sudden fluctuation, has convinced Mr.: Johnson that in the wider competition that will follow the enactment of reciprocity, Can- ada has nothing to fear.' Majestic Theatre W. I. Minagtr, PHONE The dramatic hit of the season r H. E. Pierce Co. offer the great American Play A Comedy .n Drama of Western ranch life in four acts Complete Scenic Production, and capable cast, with Large G. PATTON HORACE V. NOBLE FRANK B. FANNING AND OTHERS -v. i i A attraction at special prices 25c, SOc, 75c and :onk M. P., to cut into tho-Laurier "If we were to have a ter over, here and consequent crop failure, reciprocity would prove it God-eend to the Canadian consumer' National circles herer it is said that probably not more than. .10 11 Nationalist candidates in "uddl- with the electorate, ia indisputable: press articles." he said. predicts a for the Liberals. Mel Air. Johnson has been asked to al- and the Ontario fruit grower would 'tion to those already in parliament not be injured by the Influx'of Ameri-' can he said. j( "Farmers are reciprocity's fast friends and'.they, are not the 'class to force public, opinion through paid we are threatened we should is himself .a well-known Conserva- low himself to be a candidate, in the lavs to decide 'Whether to defend our-jtive as are his father and two brothers coming elections, his friends assuring selves, or if we 'thought the war im-jall of whom are engaged in the fruit him that the concurrence of opinion bQ nominated, and that the par- ty will he fortunate U as many as four or five are elected. This would be doubtful aid to Mr.. Borden, for the Nationalists are in favor of reci- procity. They are hostile to Sir Wilfrid Laurier but Jlr. Borden could not depend upon them to support his imperial policies. At any rate to down the Union Jack, hoist our own flag and start in on our own. We don't expect to be attacked snd bia platform would receive would 6f five of them to his "I ani going to vote for the best defeat almost impossible, but terests of the country irrespective of my party, he said! large fruit farm and various as- sociation duties require all his time, anticipated gains outside of Quebec would stiill leave him five short of and he has declined. It is'nofim' the number necessary to win and a probable, though that 'he will figure] 145 short of a working majority prominently in the fruit-growers'" in- dependent reciprocity meetings, which well be held in this part of the Pro- vince during the summer. Impartial Judge Sees Liberal Victory Sure British Columbia TOI'ICS lO Yukon Territory Win Necessary Scats The New York Herald's correspon- dent at Ottawa has sized up the forthcoming general elections in this wa y: "Reciprocity and the Laurier gov- ernment will win iu.nthe forthcoming general election. This is indicated by a preliminary canvas of the sit- uation made by the Herald. Tho real opinions of representative members of the house, both Liberal and Con- servative, were so.ught as to the re- sult in each province. When colerated these show a safe majority for the Liberal party. This IB necessarily .a long range estimate. The personal element of candidates yet to be nominated, the diligence of the cam- pa ign organizations and Ihe pleni- tude or paucity of funds may alter the situation. The Laurier government hia a maj- ority of 45 In the house, which div- thus: Cons. Libs. Quebec 11 54 Ontario 51 35 2 It 6 )2 1 3 8 Z Total ss 133 "To oust the Laurier government from power the Conservatives must gain 23 scats. "The simplest way to estimate the election result is to sefe if the Con- servatives can gain the 23 seats ne- cessary to put Sir Wilfrid Laurier out of power. "The Conservative stronghold Ontario. The party holds most of the cities and towns where reciprocity la leant popular. The Liberals are well entrenched in the rural ridings which New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Manitoba Saskatchewan Albci'i.i CTJNARD Canadian Do you know you can now travel between Canada nnd England by the old reliable Cunard Line direct Canadian service sailing from Montreal- London and Southampton? To London 3rd claaa ocean From London Cabin (one clait) 4 uo The eiccllence ot for which the line >a ao known is being In ltd Canadian Service. For full particulars apply to any Cunard Line Canadian get vice agent, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Agt, Can. Main St.. Winnipeg, Man. reciprocity will benefit. Reasonable members of both; parties insist they will not hold what, they have. The Liberals count, on winning an tloha] seat here and there. Conservative opinion IB that the. Conservatives will guin six, nerp lif- little evidence to s.uppqrt. larger claims. "In Manitoba, where the provin- cial government is Conservative, tun Liberals have now only two o[ liie eight seats, but hope to one and possibly two. Conservative admits the possibility of this. To .concede the Conservatives a gain of one is generous. "Alberta and 'Saskatchewan to remain as they are. The LIherii] party has chances to hold what it hris in Brltlnh Columbin, hut it is doubtful if te opportunity is im- proved. It is reasonable to estimate a Conservative gain of one in British Columbia. "Reciprocity is popular In New Brunswick, but Conservatives claim gain of at leant The Liberal managers say their party 'vii. tahf one of the only two seata TctiiainiiiK to the ConservatlveB there. The moat the Concervatives hope for in Xova Scotia is thre more -hut thlv Is laughed at by Liberals, In Prince Edward Island the CoBiwrvatiVfts to divide repreMntatlon erenly, a fiiin of one. "Accepting ConaervatlvM inn at thfelr face value thta makeq a vain of 13 aeatn in eight of the nine provinces. To get the 10 more re- quired to mm 31 r Wilfrid Laurttr Cnnaervatfvea must go to Que- bec, where the Liberals hold 64 seats and 11. Thua far no Centervattve gains for Conservat- ive candidates In Quebec have all been put forward. The party policy aeema to depend upon the under Henri Bourassa and F. O. for on a close pinch the'Nationalists would hail the opportunity to hold the balance of power in a coalition government.' MI-ss Avis Cowan, of St. John, N. B., was drowned in the St. John riv- er, while canoeing. Admiral. Yumoto. Who IB Connected with Friction at Toklo, re Army for Corea n! FOWLER, V EXT-Of -J WILD Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, __ Colic. Pains or Cramps in UM Stomach, Cholera Morbus. Cholera Infantum and all Looseness of the Bowels May be nod Effectually Cured by the UM nt tbmt Old' and Steninf Kenie4y DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY H hai a reputation' of over A5 yean' ttandhig and nerer ffelli to either relieve or cure. Do not iMOMd on hy uny .nmnipalooi ilnlor wko wiihn to nbititiM eallctl ComponiMh for Dr. my lo your gtwley Dnnnlo, "Mff boy, SUnUy, U old took tho ainintr Complaint and got to i to Mood. I .rwylking.I WM told Tould b< nod lot it Jxit to no anil unlll. iaat, I trlxVDr. Kitrtht of Wild Strawberry, and I ui to wy 1 only him a doaoa of it Mon M WM eurtd." naotifmalM Til t. CO, UmlUd TOBoirro. cur. M OBMTt ;