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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iz TTTP. Give Us Your Order for Fair Week. We will have special lines of the choicest quality DELANEVS IF YOU WOULD BE SURE OF THEIR QUALITY PHONE 452 Bring the whole family To the LETHBRIDGE FAIK. Augv 22-25. And BE Get Your Meals at the International Luncii and Cafe Where you get more money fliaiy at any other place JJi Lcbhbridge. GOOD MENU GOOD We arc specialists Ask prices and if our. prices are lowest, preserving fruit. Shipments received, daily. BOUND ST, BESIDE C. W. GREAT INVENTOR AT WESTMINSTER ASK REVISION OF U.S. STEEL TARIFF Washington, .Aug: of the Iron and Steel schedule of tlie tarifi law is next on the programme of tilt; Democratic-Insurgent coali.tion in congress caifcus can- 'vassufl the entire iariiT situation, the Democratic senators today decided to again cast their lot with the insurg- ent Republicans.who, in revenge for the passage of the Canadian bill over their protect are determined '16 bring" about a out in the Paynp-Aldrich tar- ifi law from start to finish. .The steel bill of Senator Cummings, the Iowa insurgent, will be added to the Demo- cratic Cotton bill in the Senate, by aid ui.the Democratic votes. This Bieaus that beside the wool and free list bills, Taft will have to veto cot- toiiain! si-eel reductions UL go hack on his-word'-to-the few standpatters i who supported the Canadian agree- ment. ua bill at the command of Tatfc, with- out waiting any information from the; board has angered the Republican in- ftirgents so that they are now say- ing, What js the-goose is sauce for tbe It has been defirutelj decided bv tfce leaders of .the Senate- and Mouse that -the.Kerr amendment of the free list hill which permits meat atid bread to .come in Jree-c-nly from Canada and thon only on condition that the pending reci- procity bill is ratified-. This Trill: be in the final draft of the hill as il goes to Taffc. It is expected that the MANIFESTO JO ALL UNION MEN they should bring themselves line with (he rapidly growing Toronto, Aug. local Trades and Labor Council has issued a manifesto adjuring all union men to, support Labor candidates in the coming election wherever possible. It is .concluded, organised .vorkers of tiie Dominion are of the. opinion that the time '-has- come when intq labor jiower of Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and other countries and this can only be done by .your; votea to return candidates "s'tandingi upok principles the: emancipation fof the! workers by recognizing' the existing class war." i The delegates to the Dominion Trades and Labor Congress at' Cal- during; the first week of September, will bring this issue to the attention of. that body. I Edison Showed Boyish In- terest in Coronation Scenes Aug.; A: London cahlc to The World .says reach- ing London by motor Tuesday evcii- inc, Thomas A. Kdison was met by his Kuropuan agent, Sir Croydon Mnriis, 31. P., who after dinner es- corted hiii1. to House of Com- mons. By the special order of Speak- er Lowther Mr. Kdison occupied a place in the distinguished strangers' talk-TV, where he witnessed thc scene, _ but onilil fioMieat the speeches iira'dc oii ifie- r-Grovdon told the I correspondent that the great inventor curtons ibout the ptr j ilitu.6 01 lewlcis on both He duhred tint Ulhut nior ist li itler bancelior of the t 1 I Ceor0i ind 1 Ionic j ecrelarv Churcliill all have striking- Iv jiiellecuial heads. lie said whole fight between the two houses is inexplicable io him, and he thought it sfra'rigi: Mmt.some sort of arliiTra- I tion onunituc OF boiid could ngt be' ipiiomtfd to settle it I urienih is not much oi a pqhti own. %A In Si-stem Imperfect Kidney Action Causes Rheumatism Rheumatism with its kindred nilmenti Wry Neck, Neuralgia, usually results frum lodgments of uric acid in. thc joints and Now the chief function of the is to properly filter this poison from the blood. Only when- they Jail to do this ii Rheumatism probable. Kidney weakness starts in various ways. A sudden.; -perspiring freely, sometimes settles in the'kidney11 un uuusual strain may cause it. I Poisons which 'should be filtered out of the system are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, tbe real cause Rheumatism, Lumbago, Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc. In the early stages Nyal's Stone Root Compound will slop Will start your kidneys working prop- erly, so that the Uric Acid is reabsorbed eliminated. Away goes your'Rheumatism .with it. Perhaps these early warning twinges have passed unheeded, and your Rheu- matism lias become, deep seated. Muscles all snarled up in knots'as il were. Then you'll need Nyal's Rheumatic SLIM .druggist about tbeit Cure. Ask .your o1 remedies. His opinion 9 worth Sold arid guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG i. BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM ft CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE in r the aQA jMirprise that j otwiL ijiientmn has not beci so that the members m-n Hct-was.'prwientedcwHh a copy In M cooling of tht Pu.u.m.nt (I orcU Veto) Bill, s signed by Primer Minister Asquith, TO. the IJoyd-George, John. Redmond, John m u of ice i th ur is jorced up Burns, T. P.1 O'Connor and.others. on thc He sriw" both- divisions bill, eves in inme ind uas profoundly interested increduloush 1 estcrd Mr Edison left in a YOUNG GOMEZ. SHOOTS AT SIRE'S TRADUCER Havana, Aug. was a ix n r. volrer fight last night in front of the 1J; !HoLeI "nfi'aterh. between Miguel uom cz, n son of President Gomez, and Con gressman Andre, editor of El Dia, a newspaper, which for several week" has 'been making bitter personal at- tacks upon the president and bis- ad- ministration. Both men emptied their revolvers but all the shots went wild, and appar ently none of the spectators was in l agreement between, the Houses on this measure will be reached to- LAND AGENT IS CHARGED WITH FRAUD Winnipeg, Aug. Schneid er, former local-sales agent for the Grand Pacific Land Company, was committed for trial "this morning on a charge of fraud and theft from the company' His alleged crimes involve f exclaimijig Uel! Ton so9 I cpuhl motor tor and irom there (Hjl thing so stu crossed to Boulogne1 to'nicet-.his wife, pid t j J now will go 'on a motor tour onfilio tcrricc where through France, avoiding Paris and eup ind others the large towns. He expects to re- ih0 icfnsfung night iir ind turn to London'in s-x. weeks. 'ifach ''here 'c met other big men of Great Britain Chmctl'or of the 1 I loul ficorgi wished Air Fdi I sftn would invent SOIIIR plan for get-j ting hills, quickly Parlia- j ment. Like a Farmer Meeting of the Board o: Trade; AH Ready for the Congress; Gaso- line Railway There was only a short session at Ui-3 regular monthly meeting of the Board of Trade last uight, and a smal- ler number than usual 'present. Pre- sident Hatch occupied the chair, and there was no business of great im- portance before the board, most of the important matters having been handled during the month by. the council. 5pne new A. Delaney, was proposed, and elected .to member- ship qC the Board: tbe fair next'week, it was decided to a Board of Trade" tent on the grounds, and the secretary will be in attend- ance every day of the fair wltb liter- ature'arid other information regarding i-ethbrftlgeTor distribution, "the tent will be 'a conspicuous place to attract the attention'of the'many! visitors who will be present from out-' side points. Off Sprfngi .Regarding the Dry Fanning Con gress F. AY. Downer, chairman of the entertainment committee; 'announced the result of their efforts to make ar rangements fof'l'lie trip {o Colorado Springs, leaving 'Lethbridge day, and Colorado Springs on Tues, Oct. IS. If possible a train composed wholly of-Lethbrldge people with the -Ltethbridge exhibit will be sent through to the congress. The round trip will cost in the neigh- a towel that has been handled by many different .people Is uiviuicleah hubit.T-r- EDDY'S TOWELf arc'the acme of cleahHnesB. towel .-for each person. 'Abforbent. Sanitary. Economical. Indispensable for Homes, Hotels, .Public The E, B.Eddy Steamships, etc. Each.towel is 14 Ins., 500 in j a ro11- Co., Limited M II j' "MAKE CLEANLINESS. A Hull Canada Tlssue Who Used The Towel Before; You? of 165, and everyone, is re- POLITICAL NOMINATIONS iTempleman Again' Vug Wm Tem- plcman was unariimously Mast night at the, largest JLiberal con- vention evei' helfl in this city. Lieut. T P 0 I- onnor is one nf those Col Currip in offering the nomination met Mr. Kilison and aftcnranl said that tho seat was" the Lib- Ifi lb like i lug unsnphisti P'1'' la6' election hv chicaner) poll cited nrrnr tiling 1lmost h in forgeiy ot a telegram by t ti e opposition but the Liberals are terest in things nniliir to ordmm 1nd voula redeem the men of the world. -Indeed, he is likeiseat. Templeman in accepting, was great school hoy usMng (piestions; confident or victory. He spoke chiefly snd looking delighted with tlie most ron Iocal com nnn plw ansueis T lie sml I ifoiintuns One Aug [iliciu 01 j, nins hefori, liberal J C Ethiei KC (Mnarkably illiislr'nlccl in my experi- Preston, Ont., Aug. .Clare was today as cindldlte for the Mr rdison held on Ihe Terrace Conservatives nominated A. E, Dewer to oppose Sir Frederick. Borden Walkerton, OnL, Aug. Con servatives of South .Bruce have re nominated James ponelly, the mem ber for tiiat constiUicncy in the late House. Aug. R. Lajor will be the candidate .for the county ot Haldimand in the Conservative terest. Ailsa Craig. Aug. Wil- liams will be the Conservative can' didate for North '-Middlesex. hoice Wheat BMd in the milling Hood Flour it the in the froodcve in Kootcnay Nelson, It. C Aug.. 17. A. S. ioodevc, representative of Kootenay in the last parliament, was nomin- llcd loday by a largely attended con- "ention of Conservatives from, all tarls of the constituency. Vancouver, Aug. deputation of Comov-Atlin Liberals today wait- ed on .Judge IMcInni.s-' urging him to allow his name to go before the com- ing convention. Mcfnnis has stated William Sloan', former Liberal M.-rVfor ('onmx-Atlin, will accept Ihr. Mclnnis will sup- Porl hiai. borhood quested to hand his name to the com- mittee in charge at the earliest sible date tccornmo- dation may he provided. 'iMr. Downer that this' trip wilf be betl'er than a trip east' this winter, snd hopes for a big atterldjpee. Th'e secreUry of the congress has" written Stivtlng that 1500 of floor space has been set apart tor provincial exhibit but stated further that all the room necessary to make an artistic exhibit would -be placed ,at .the dis- posal of the various districts making exhibits. Railway Matter! Regarding th-a work, of the railway committee of the board Mr. Cunnin ham stated that he would be in nireg next week antl would gathe all information possible for the us of the board in its railway propos lions. The question of buying a Gaiollnt PamngcF Car-' for use in the vicinity of Lethbririg to connect up the '-outlying" village was again broached. Mr. Taylor i writing to the company which furnlol: le Found His? Soul Mate After Being Married Twenty .Years New York, Aug. Oscar A.1 wife of the head of the Ely Copper Company will. J surrender her husband to the "other') After 20 years, of married un marred, by "a single quarrel, .during which time she helped her huaban fight from -poverty to wealth, Mrs Turner learned after an ftutomobil accident in San Francisco 'last Oct ober that her husband had a "soul es these cars to obtain information a to the grade on which they worl to if. they would 'be- Suitable .fa use in this vicinity. E. A. Cunning ham was. delegated; ai o one to. Interview the the branch Klpp to Diamond. City, and''also .the Royal Cpllieries branch to Royal Cltj regarding running rights over .their lines. All, the necessary information "'111 be gathered at the. earliest poi slbic date, and the whole matter dis cussed thoroughly at the next meet E. N. Higinbothem pointed out that a great many of the envelopes bear- ing the slogan "Why Don't You Come were being.used to local mail, and therefore not doing the amount of good which might be derived from thofr-uie. Sec- retary Minwnrlng was instructed to vritc a circular letter to the various nerchants of the city oiling their attention to this fact, and also Inforrj- ng them that at any time, the Board of Trade would stand thc cost of hav- ing these slogans printed on their en- velopes.. It was thought that over- eight was tho reason for more people not using these for their outgoing mail, and the matter'will.'be taken by the hoard to revive" the Today she announced' that lawyers -herself and her husbanc are negotiating for settle- ment. .Then she will.go to the west, tstablish a.residence and secure a di- The couple have grown sons. "Mr. Turner was a considerate hus- said the wife today discussing er plans for separation. "There never 'as any misunderstanding between us confessed; to me that he, had a ound a soul mate. The girl is the aughter.of a-prominent New York oliticlan. :'He received at her home. "I prayed for' mo'nths for the recon- ciliation. .Then I was useless. 1 did notllearn of the entanglement un til last October when I returned from Europe. 1 was injured in an automo- Deiitschland. bile-accident in San Fnpclaco. .Th. young man and with hla pros ome of the mines which were thi oundation of Turner's wealth..'. Mrs. Turner was robbed of a iaiuor.d necklace' last year, while ro< urning from Europe on the HneY on balnnu you all _ aniy FIVE riouii BETTER BREAD. .'._. BEHER CAKES i BETTER ;