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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, AugiiKt 1ft, 1011. TTTE USTHBKIDCE DAILY HERALD Page 5 What are you waiting for? THAT IS WHAT "MA" -WOULD LIKE TO KNOW arc ready to servo you now to anything yon need in Lumber 'iind Building .material, the-best of every- thing at pricey that are 'riglit7'' :T'6'dtty to do need (o do is to send us the order-by phone or otherwise the Our Motto: Quality, Price, Service Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PtJQNES: Yard office 362 General off ice 334 1st Avenue 5. and 12 1-2 Street P.O. Box 684 ___ COWL-BRAND1 JECRET PROCESS GOODS Ii CARBON BLACK Cirhon VlUrV Elutic Fnint 11 an ELASTIC CABUUN OIL WOBKS, LIMITED. WINNIPEG LAND BUYERS INVADE TABER Some Large Deals Pend- ing; Mines Will Not Open Taber, Aug. land -buyers from .the States have taken possession of Taher this week, nml some large, deals, are pending. K. W, Todd, of t fie British American Co., has "'been 'piloting n large 'St. t'aul party about the district and expects to locate some Of the invest- ors, t This Canada West Co, mines here vIIKiiot follow the- example of some of the other rr.in-es of the Pass, in opening -up. They have decided to Bwalt further developments in the strike to a state- ment made today, by .Manager Kirtd, of the ininea The .Canada West, are the largest in the province, and should be ship ping 10 to 12 cars a day now, PREPARE FOR STRIKE TROUBLE C 4- NEW CONSTITUTION SIGNED IN PORTUGAL Lisbon, Aug. na-. tional assembly completed tnd signed the 'constitution of the Repirblic of Portugal, at 1.35 o'clock this evening. The con- stitntion uaa outlined by the cabinet' several weeks ago and since discussed by the elected representatives of the Canadian Steamers Will Not Take Risk 'ot Coal- ing at Liverpool Montreal, Aug. Sta liner. Lmirentic will -leave Montrea for'Liverpool today, fully, prepare 'or all strike emergericles and-should the'strike he still in progress ori her arrival will dock only .long, enough to and passengers. She is coaled and jrpvisioned for the return trip, 'and carries no cargo except" a few loads )f lumber. The strike is also affecting 'essels bound for .Montreal. Today he Allan .line officers, In receipt if a cablegram stating -that Vir iinian, which carries'the mail, was ot able to sail this' afternoon as'she ould not get enougb'men to pu{ tiio lail aboard. On the other hand the fllcin'lg of the other companies heie expect the strike to be ot'short dura- tion and are shipping'full'cargoes. The Victorian sailed tod-ay well Jilled and tomorrow the. Sa.Iac.ia, Hurona and Manxman ;ind'. Manchester-. Ex- change will sail with full cargoes THE LETTER BOX >j people, was adopted amid scenes of great enthusiasm'. Great crowds.'surrounded the building .where the assembly .met, and waited for hours for the expected announcement. When this was received there were Joyful demonstrations JUDGE IN McNAMARA CASE RECEIVES THREATS IN MAIL fqr Dffente Told He Could Stop Sending of Trial .on October .11. LOB Angeles, Cal., Aug. Walter -Bordwell, before whom the AIcNamara brothers will be tried on October 11, on. charges of conspiracy and murder, said todaj' he had deceiv- ed threatening letters In connection with the case. He told Atlornev Le- compte Davis, counsel for the defense he -pui. a stop to it. MR. HARDIE'S REPLY Diamond City, Aug. 1S.V Editor Lethbridge Herald: V have noticed Nairn and (''uinmiiiBs' letter iu reply, to mine of the 4th ot August. They haVe taken care not -to eveu-.try-. to .refute mj cnargm? Iheio n'lth the le fcponslbilih of having shit the water pff at Diamond City. Their sore place is that their individual action has been 1 ild bare I hrve gone 411 the ground that furnished me with the information I used in my letter of 4th of AUK sst. 1 find I have mafic no misdike, made no I only failed to use the vile they used-wheu taking their of refusing: to haVe. the matter dis cussed with' me; onll brougtfl mSself to repl; jo Mr How el! s heranse T be lieved he had'been imposed on .by false I have some difficulty in convincing that It is my duty to reply to Najyi nud.'Xummings' letter. Some disin terested people'here think it Is duty for the reason that these i ne tniug to ti rou dust in both Pow ell b ej es ind the el es of the public to- cover up the despicable par the) played uhen the water uas shut off Tours truly. W. D. L. HARD1E. RECORD CROP MEADY NOW Yield Will be Greatest in Western History; Rust .Winnipeg, crop correspondents and Inspectors in ev- ery district of.tlio western provinces are methodically coloring reports. Ills-yearY hsr-vost will gratify earlier Jredictlons ot R-record yield in every respect. During the pant twent.v-i'our upon 500 reports havs icon received from all angles ot the west'and the concensus of reports augurs for1 a yield which win be more uniformly 'large' than ever before. Of more than-100'-reports received men- lion of rust is contained In only threo Isolated cases, and even tlrere the volume of damage -Is not great. Fourteen of the largest districts reported prophesy, phenomlnal yields. Bwith Current heads the list with an expectation of. of wheat and SO bushels 'of oats to the ncre. Six of the" fourteen figure on forty CHALLENGES OLIVER ON BANK-ACCOUNTS 4 Edmonton, Any, niler A. C. Rutherford last evening Issued ir-challcngc to lion. Frank Oliver to have both their bunk 'accounts evil- 's- milled (o a judgo of the an- prenie court for examination. This challenge Is the outcome of n statement by-'llon. frank Oliver to the effect that lie understood Rutherford had a ERAL IKKERMAN, ONT. Sept. ifttp: "I nin in the General Store buKtnew tnd have been a resident of Jukerman for thirty-seven jcnrs bince I itartctl .j. I tliis store four jcarj, ago, I Inve found ot his much talked 'of one. and he suggested that should be thrown open to the public'. BOURASSAAND MONKATgCHINE j your remedy "I nnt-a-tuts" the most satisfactory one I Mntiy of my customers "Fruit-vines" w.Urtlie utost bctieflcinl result1, and I know of two cases that have completely'cured of Dyspepsia I recommend "Frnit-n-tivKs" on every possible occasion and would say that if every general .store keeper, who slocks would '1ceep "Fruit prominently displayed; he would in- crease his business.many fold" ALEX. LA.RUE. Claiming ithat-the are treated better''than the western men the icpiesentitnes of the confedera tion of- shop -will confer with Sir Win. rvice ..president of the C.P.n. .at Winnipeg on the age schedule. fbr SAUCE Imported Absolutely f i CMJEF JUSTICE OF QUEBEC importan judicial changes are announced today Hpn. Horace Archambault, of tin court of King's bench becomes chie Justice of Quebec In place of Sir Louis Jette, who is retired on annuatfon. Honors Grevais, former ii. P. for St. James' division or'Mon- treal, is elavated to the King's bench lo succeed Judge Archambault. He is a prominent member of the Mon- treal bar, and a law professor of Laval A new Liberal candidate will now have o be chosen in St. .Times' division. DOCTORS FAILED TO HELPHER tired by Lydia E. Pinkhanr Vegetable Compound I'oimd AVis 'I am glad to in bushels'to1-the ten iietween thirty ami forty to tim acre. Twenty- six districts reported and estimated wheat yield of from twenty-five to thirty bushels to the acre. Ten re- port an estimate of from twenty to and the remain- der are from'twelve to twenty. Com- Itiled and averaged, fifty per cent, of the districts .heard .from expect yields averaging better than twenty-five bushels to the acre. Of-the remaining fifty .ser cent, only some half dozen expect average, and tile same nurnbei reported ciops m good did not.give .fig- urea The districts repoitlng dimnge n most cases aswrt that the crops are too near.maturity to suffer ser tough from feather inclemencies .has .commenced in every district. Jlany.-of the fields havis not ripened.sufficiently for the but-.within another week the majority, of cuMing-wlll be well under way; .Bespatcheirfrom the outside aii- under'-Winnipeg dale discuss a. laborhfomlne in the west. on this subject-shows thousand or raore'-meii lie'eiWB'will he available to harvesfthe should' run from 000 000 bush els Montreal. Aug. policy of educating the English e'lect- ore in the aims, ideals and tenets of nationalism was inaugurated tonight! at St. 'Stephen's Hall, Lachlne, by Messrs. Bonrassa arid Monk before a. gathering of some six hundred Eng Hah speaking .people. Although the rain fell intermittently throughout the meeting, the crowd remained and showed a good 'deal of interest. There was a good 'deal of applause and occasional exclamations of dissent, uut on the whole the Nationalist idea_ got as good a reception as might have been expected in Jacques Cartler di- vision. The naval bill was the chief point discussed. The reciprocity agreement was represented as: usual in an attempt to divert the minds of tile peop'e against the Laurlei1 govern- ment. Mr. Monk gave a very clear statement- of his laying''much stress on the fact that the National- ists are not in- favor 'of 'leaving 'the' notince that I have been cured of d j: i '-in.d -roubles b pepsii 'iijd fenial troubles b you mtdicine I hnery. poor shape as he is suffering rorri hay fever. He spoke .for hal! an, hour and was forced to stop. He tyas the only speaker and after ho was through the meeting just natnr- .lly dispersed without being formally Ipsed 'by the chairman or by cheers, In Mr. Magrath talked of reciprocity and seemed to apolo glze for-.taking1 the position he has, He., said that those were his views aud not change them. H waa willing to go down on the ques tion. Considerable time was spent ruling the charge ihat the speaker was "corporation bred and corpora- tion fed.1 The Herald's reference to the .re- marks' accredited to Alagrath when the farmers' delegation visited Ottawa, AS recently cited in your col umns, .came in for attention and he averred that the delegation cj rtowu in .December and the recipro city pact was made public in Febru ary, so the spealter could not see the lonnection. Perhaps the delegation :ould enlighten him were he His compliments 'to men "switched" n mutter of expediency, and we trust Mr. Herron, Jl.P., will get a few Hems s to what hia course ought to be. Between fifty and sixty people were resent, the majority of whom were upporters of reciprocity. country unprotected" tax- es such tale. He emph-asized" the fact that the'main Idea of himKei'r. and' his col- leagues' was: to secure from the "pe'o- Pie the right to speak on such im- portant topics as reciprocity and the nivj bill The had no right to go ahead in such cases with out retiring: a mandate from the eiec torate After Meusrs Monk and Bour 1831 had completed their appeals oth er speakers including Messrs John Btnd Cou-aineau and Trejiholme Har a labor addressed the gd itherlng n "Fnu't-n-tives" is the only remedy in the world made of fruit and the only remedy that will positively cure Cons- tipation, Indigestion, Fain In the'Back, Headaches, Rheumatism and all Kiduey And Bladder Troubles 5oc. a 6 for trinl size, 25c. At dealers, or from Fruit-4-tivesXiuiitcii Ottawa, PREMIER- LA.URIER'S. CAMPAIGN FOR NEXT WEEK Monday, Aug U Julienne, Monttalm county, p m. Eustache, Two Mountains countv, 2pm Apuntiic, Lavalle county, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2i Ricliel leu county, 2 p.m. Thursd-u Aug 24 Jerome, 2 p m i Fridi> Aug 2 p m j B p.m. Saturday Aug 2G field, Beailharnois" county, 2 p rn OBJECT TO DUTY BEING REMOVED Trades and Labor Coun- cil Send a Protest to Prime Minister At Uia regular meeting-'-of ,'1'rades" and .Labor council held on Thursday evening, the following reso- lution was passed and ordered for? warded to Sir Wilfrid Laurler. Kir Wilfrid Lander, Premier of Can- ada, Ottawa, Ont.' "The following resolution was pais- cd unanimously by the Lelhbrldge t'radcs and Labor council at Its list regular meeting' ".Bo it the Leth- IdKC Trades and'Labor council In session assembled, protests against the admittance of American coal free of ..duty into Alberta, Saskatchewan and Eastern British'--Columbia, while .here is a dispute In progress, between the coal and- miners. iVe believe the government by its reported action is .in Indirect factor in. attempting to force the miners in- to accepting wages which are riot considered as a fair remuneration their labor. 'The remoial of the coal duty Is a distinct encouragement to the Ameri- can coal operators to get a footing In the marltet of Western Canada, and once, established will not loosen their hold. 'This will be a hardship Inflicted by the government on the Canadian coal industry. "While it is understood that the government is attempting'to help: the public in tha present coal cilsls, we are of the opinion there are other methods which could be adopted rath-, er than the one decided upon. "Moreoier, there Is a grave danger ot a coal strike aiismg in the United States as a result of the tai being taken off imported coal as the United Mine Workers in the United States ,11111 ionise to mine coal that is likely to. injure their Canadian brother'mlii- MADERO FOR PRESIDENT Mexico City, Aug The 4 Catholic partv tonight endors- ed the candidacy of Francisco 1 Madero for the presidency, and nominated Provincial Pre- sident DeLabarra for the vice .presidency. Mclaughlin Boick Model The car- that has proved itself Ili'p fsivorite'oi flic season's "Thirt- ies" wifcli.tliavCiinadiai! pnhlic. It has done this by cxocefliiici'jy quiet; and.'CQiisist-enfc work. Scores :of owiiers chiiin i'l; will cltM-olop 25 pet- cent more po-nor tl-na any tlicy. driven and statcnienK ti.ev offer to proVe. ATo superficial qualities crtii.jvi'ko (he plaeo of aetnal pr.uer, and eiiduraiice and the Hnick engine oomliinos rhe'.c essential's. Aii exa.m.plc of the dirferenc'fcbclwccii JJoLniighlm .Buicks, and IFTON WILL SPEAK AT CALGARY MEETING record of Vancouver to held by a sixty-fi'yp- minutes, leducinff the lime from 8 hours to ajiojii's-and AIM! (his despite f he fact that, this re cord of 8 hoiii-s Was considered rc-iiiarKablc anrt many by oth cr cars had been made to lower- 'iliint il a "JIcLanghliii-Biiick" did th c trick. _ See the later 'Models, Wheel-base orcatly inci cased and specifica- tions .the in motor car McLAUGHLIN Carriages, Democrats, Delivery Rigs All Types, lint Onlyjpnc Grade mid The Best! To make room for our Fall. Stock we will sell these fine rigs at a big casli discount They are going- fast: Call .before your chance is gone. Calgary, Aug. first big ass meeting of the present local wlitical campaign will be held next onday evening at Sherman's nildl- rllim by the Liberal party. The speakers will..be Premier Sif- n, Hon.' Duncnn .Ma.snail, minister agriculture, ana the-local candidate S. (J. Van FISH TUDHOPE Wagons Call and inspect our stock. Wo intend to offer these that will oJcar ontour stock within 60 days. 2000 Bushels Turkey Red Wheat f9r Seed Hyde Saunders P I FOJJD ST. KAST TELEPHONE 1244 ;