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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J'riclJiy, August 18, mil. THE LETIIRKIIVGE DAILY HERALD Wo lnm> boon ugonla iW Lctli- b ridge 11 ml district, The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This company lias imliinilctU'und.s to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can bo out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents BENEFICIENT RECIPROCITY InsU'iul or cultlvutiliK and Kecking crop from five or Icii ucrcs in t.ho IIIMI- {irfid acres of; he '.vlll till twenty or fifty ucros .or more, nml reap >iia golden harvest with Ills In- crcjiS'cd production from tlio United Sluing markets, always large and al- ways open. Me will huvo money to employ help. Ho will UG a master fur- IMonlreal Pharmaceutical Journal.) has passed llic United Slates Senate and the signature of' "icr Instead of n drudge, anil learn to I'rcsldcnt Taft has been alll.ied. hi's bralna In managing his Imsi- now rests alone with Canada to "kc brothers who "run" the copt or reject what her ,stores In Ihe towns and villages, have sought for some forty odd years. Reciprocity will give a groat Irapc- If the Canadian Parliament hail itu" through- brought the (iiiostloii to a vote It would utirely havo carried hy n largo majority. The Conservative tlon determined to obstruct, the usual procedure and it was within the pow- responsible for holding up the lind V'10" "e look lrack flvo ymn "ow !M? TO DASH FOR SOUTH POLE IN AERO or ot this minority to keep np the government in its desire to acp.opt Hie LOOK THIS UP Lois 4, 5 and (i, Block K; II. and C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 187 ft. ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 on Block Dale for months. The government offer of the United States for the desired to let the Canadian producers and even incalculable benefit of have n chance at the new market! the producing community, and Incl- opened by this agreement with this dentally as well of the business men of season's harvest. Uiulor the clrcnm-jtho country. stances, and facing (he obstructing! Sir Wilfrid Lanrlor's appeal to the (.ajctien possible Bunder Pariia- 'people of Canada Is clear and concise. mentary Sir Wilfrid Laurior'It bears the stamp of a statesman. decided to dissolve the NC tells the whole story effectively, and to the rush an election u wil through and get a now Parliament to-! gctiyr by October. The Government has that the gr-ant majority of the Canad- ian people want the Atlantic to the there is little doubt but that the new House mark. Mr. the government to bring on the elections wihen he was in the West. Now the elections have been ailed he has issued an address to the TALK ABOUT 3 fine level lota north end Alexander Addition, eacli only Elegant well built 7 room house on 1 lot, Gooti terms. Three hundred antl twenty acres two miles from C4 4 Art the Weyburn line, at only per acre................ I The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 1C ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. people remarkable solely for its weak- ness. Me avoids the subject of reci- procity tiiat brings about the election itself. He complains of having the ions thus brought on for a most object, in one way or other, now stands firm as the offer of hj3 piece dc resistance is the l.'niteil Stnles to trade freely witli Oliver inquiry and sympathy for the Canada, in natural products particu- jpoor by the com- larly. Much delay will be saved in -mittee, and who were disappointed in view of the obstruction by this [drastic the journey by the dissolution. will filliclily pass the necessary legia-1 Intion to accept and put in force what London, Aug. Watkliii who is to accompany Dr. Oougla on an expedition In the soulh pole, and Is to attemj the final dash to th-a pole by mon. plane, packed his machine and ped It for Australia. Lieut. Watkin Is a well known avlatpr at Brook lands. The primary plan of the e; peditlon was not to use the monc only for the dash to the sout: pole, but to use It for reconnoiterin. ice hummocks and barriers encounc ored. It was constructed so that I 'can become a motor sleigh or aero Plane by turns. The only motor sleigl which bag previously been made ti compete with tlio same conditions, is one which is in possession of the Rus sian Grand Duke, who employs it for traversing the steppes. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east and known as No. 508 Westminster lid., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY Canadians will be in measure relieved of a positive feeling of shame that was growing greatly in regarding (lie action of the minority in the National Parliament. The party opposing reciprocity held the reinil of power at Ottawa for many, years Prior to 1SSC, and had always striven for it, and the Statute Book records in legal form the proofs of efforts in that, when-their oppo- nents of those Liberal party which Sir Wilfrid Lanrier is tiie chief succeeds in obtaining all that had ever been aimed it Is made INSURANCE LOAN! A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY FOK YOU 3 Lots in 152, facing east North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 Wilkie Kerr 9 very desirable Jots, facing east, on Glyn Si-reel', "between Conrtlarul and London llimil Terms. Fipe, Lil'c, Act'Ulcnt and Live Stock HULL BLOCK, WEST A. H. A I. OFFICE. PHONE 623. The election will put the Conserva- tive party put of busincs for twenty years, and utterly discredit tor the fu- ture the men responsible for obstruct- ing Parliament, preventing a vote and compelling an election to extricate the Dominion from an impracticable posi- tion. On top of great prosperity the country will boom with a new vigor increased volume of trade and profit to all with the acceptance of the reciprocity now offered by the United States, and further it will tend toward cementing, further the good feeling and peace between Greater Britain and our neighbor to the South. There can be no doubt as to the result of the Sir Wilfrid will come back the signal for and denunciation. There is nothing lo'gl-_____ cal, or natural about this atti-jwiUi a stronger following, and the on- ludc of the Conservative minority, ly unsatisfactory feature in the whole which has by the action ofj'; schief matter is the unnecessary delay in and members 'brought aboui this ap- [grasping a for the Peal to the people of Canada. advancement and prosperity of Can- You cannot rind a opposed to can, in delall, giv-a any reasonable objection to the reciprocity proposed. .Wheli you can get one to talk calmly and mush a discussion on the subject as house and also extensive changes election. ida. LEAVJTT NOTES The school trustees are having coat ot paint put on the school routed over the other lines. BLAST REMOVED MILLION TONS Cost and Saved Sixty Miles of Railroad Construction Spokane, Wash., Aug. hun dred thousand pounds of blasting pow- der, discharged in two electrically-fir- ed shots, fore more than tons ol rpck from the face of a ihigh cliff overlooking the Snake niver, so.utli of Spokane, and made possible the sav- ing of 60 miles ot road construction on the third division of the Oregon- Washington Railroad and Navigation company's 'system, between Spokane ml Ayr Junction. The two shots cost F. L. Pitnmn, chief engineer of the division, said on returning to Spokane, that the work was successful In every way, though the last shot was more in the nature of an explosion, as it hurl- ed the rock with greater velocity and left the roadbed lit a broken condition. However, the rock was well broken and is easy to handle. Meanwhile freight amT passenger trains will be One hun- Inside Ugood enough for iu City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Ayery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, "as? 310 7th Street Lelhbridge, now at work on the road a reasonable and reasoning will finish all or any argument'on'lbe subject .by stating practically. "I can- not pick out items to object to, there no objection to reciprocity in pro- fluce and unmanufactured products ot Canada. but_ what I do object to is thai if this is put in force it may suc- ceed and tempt the government'to re- tluce the tariff on the manufactures of the country." They object 10 th, mortal, ho This is what Leavitt lias needed for made ,on the inside of the building, some time and now that the Ward Meeting house fins been .painted and repaired Leavitt can boast of the clean est and most respectable public build- ngs of any of the burgs around Card- itoii. 51 r. and Mrs. A.Wigllt a 12 pound son. Mother and baba are doing nicely. hone- fitting .by reciprocity-not that it Hurts them, ;m because it may help to effect another change in the fiscal system later on'that would hurt tlieml Tiie government 5lr. nelbert Ellison and Fred Han- both of Aelna, were visitors in Some people here have it that we will soon have thorn permanent cilizens of the girls don't change their min-ls. what Mlss Ivv Leavitt, who has been in hese people think they might do un- a jacket for the past dor some "lent is committ-sfl bound to keep lie govern'jthreo months for the .treatment ol -the country is j tuberculosis in the spine is said to be faith with capital car-1 doing very well, by Dr. Lynn. idlisl.rEea rtf (do iT..___ _i._ T IJMIB on. Urn industries of th investments iii rational prise-3 are safe enter- with one government Two Cprner Lots on Oth Avenue each, or terms W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room .1 Dominion Block Phone J307 The HVdro-Kfcrlric Commission has to allow n rtihale, ihe recent power stoppage vas nol the commission's fault. Thomas Murray, nf London1 tion, is tinder arrest, charged choking liis wife, breaking her and setting (ire to the house. as with another. The faith of th country is pledged along certain lines for the building up of Canada's indus- tries. The manufacturers are at the botlom of l.hp political attack I.aurier's government in upon connection of .Cardston, who was in Leavitt yester- day. He said that he thought she would bo able to get out in another week or so and that she is pracli- cally cured already. This is very good news to all of Ivy's many friends in Leavitt as nr. Lynn expected at first to keep her in the jacket for eight months ami even then doubted about being able to cure her at all. t The good weather has put haying with reciprocity. It is costing them time, energy and much money that! Tne weather has put haying might lie better employed in view of L lull swing airain and the crops are the fact that a great increase in the (lolng verv woll-every day makes volume of produce from field, forest. L for ,.he better, and farm will make an infinitely great- er and better home market for the same manufacturers. Many who talk of reciprocity Insist upon calculating the produce of the Canadian farms, etc., on ils present basis as a continuing basis, or base for calculations as to what will hap- pen when tlio markets of the United States are opened to our producers. If Canada were to stand still or de- crease in the face of ready demand ml the opening of the nearest, best, ind widest market in the world to Our What reciprocity really producers. means to Eastern Canada at least is .lime- a good market Will! rand goad the farms will lie cul- tivated to a greater extent, and in a jnwlfcw years there will be no vacant, un- used Iumi with Ihe ordinary farmer. SHOT AN EAGLE STEALING GOOSE bed. "The f.ull strength of the powder was Pitman said, "and the amount of rock broken down may be judged when it is known that ten days will be" required to clear the roadbed for trains." George Chew, of Spokane, who had charge of iihe blasting work, started operations on May 1, with a crew of men and completed the leading the afternoon of August 11. He msed kegs -of powder: in .the "coyote aggregating more "than feet of drilling in rock. The power plant to fire the shots was in- stalled behind the cliff. The two units were fired in minutes. "The spectacle was witnessed by 200 sight-seers, including two women, Mrs. H. R. Hudd and MTS. N. H. Bogue, who drove thirty-five miles across the country. Hundreds of fish in the Snake river wore killed and stunned FARMERS! The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH STREET. Sell the Best and Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity IjOoO Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof, Wind- proof, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the Corru- gated Granary' with, the eightocn-inch man- hole in top. This allows granary to be com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, insuring a tiglU cover. JOKE by tho two violent blasts, and much of the broken rock was hurled across the stream. No one was injured. ASTOR ALLIANCE IS DENOUNCED Went Wrong Deputy Shot Two Friends by Mistake Detroit, Mich., Aug. J Cook, aged 36, and Daniel Vreeland, aged 30, special detectives for the Lnke Shore railroad, were shot and killed last night by Special Officer William Burnett, aged 38, ol the Mi- chigan Central railroad, on the Mi- chigan railroad tracks near Junction avcnitp. The men met death as the result of a joke that they attempted 'to play on Burnett. They were all on best of terms and met at the junction of the two roads every night. Last night Cook and Vree- land. knowing that Burnett had had trouble with two car breakers, decid- ed that thuy would hide behind a car sprint; tint on him as he passed, men in the darkness, drew his gun Burnuit, not recognizing either of the and shot four times at them, three of the bullets taking effect.. One went heart, the other two striking Vreeland in the head and chest. Buniet.t then ran- down the tracks to .Junction avenue, -where Po- FRENCH DOCTOR DEAD Paris, Aug. afoy, a distinguished member of the faculty of medicine of the French institute, member of the French emy and commander of the Legion of Honor, died- today, at Touleuoe In 1818.' We have a hunch of choice ]ots within a mile and a quar- ter of post office at each. These will double with- iu twelve months. THE CASCADEN LAND CO. MACQONALO ILK. Ontario Farmer Brought Down Feath- ered Seven Feet Woodstock, Aug. large bird, supposed to he an eagle, tiring seven feet one inch, was shot by .lames Ferguson, on his farm at Plaltsville this week, as it was carry- ng off a large goos5. The beak of tl: blni shot wns more like that of a fal- con, a still rarer bird here. Detroit Divine HaS Hard licnmnn IUn O'Connor was hastening Things to Say of Mil- lionaire Bridegroom FOR QUICK SALE The old Ives 370 acrM, 4 1-2 mile, west ot Plnchcr Creek, all Fenced, excellent home and aUble, beautiful running water, 25 acres tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one of the bent mixed (arms in the district, land adjoining gold for MO per acre last ywr. per aore buJ's whole tnlng terms. Apply Monday and P. J. DALY CALGARY Room 5, Albsrti Block SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD The Daily Herald From Now Until October 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. To jret full nnd fair reoorta of the nolHical cam- paign, cnim nnd dispassionate discussion of the issues, as well as the latest and best news, local nnd world e, read The Herald. (Cut out the following and send It at onco to "The Daily Herald" Lethbridge. Nfi mo Street and Number City or Town Province or State....................... Enclosed you will find Twenty-five Cents for the Dally Ilernld lo October 1st, 1311, as per your special offer. ff NEW STIRLING LIBERAL CLUB Tho N'cw Stirling Liberal Club have got their organiza- tion completed, and their com- mittee rooms fitted up in the Prairie Queen ilotel. They in- vite any one wishing to become members, or having any re- marks to make for reciprocity and the Liberal candidate. W. A. Buchanan, to make the rooms their headquarters. M. L. MILLER President A. BYORGB. Secy-Treaa. Detroit, Mich., Aug. the op- inion of Rev. C'. L. Arnold, one of tiie hesl known of Michigan's copal rectors, the coining marriage of Colonel John Jacob Astor'is simpiy tlii! wicked hist of a millionaire for n mem child "Hnying her to rah'e the plauu of tin; woman who born him his to use the pastor's words. "It's an outrage to permit such a In; "Colonel Astor; has shown hy his life that, he is not deserving of taking nnlo hinrseh" an- other wife, lie turned aside, a good wife who bore him children, nnd he now comes with a wicked lust to marry a mere child. H is merely n concjurst of hen lily with Astor I am ure 'here is no love or piety on his inrt of the match. "I cnnnot: understand how such a man, whose character is ignoble and jndcnn, can get the consent of par- ents to marry their daughter." The underwriters have accepted the tr.anjcr Kdwin L. Fisher, wrecked in thn Detroit liver, a, complete IOBS. wiU to .tui. towards the scene of the shooting. "I've just shot a couple of he said. The two men then went back and looked at the bodies. When Burnett saw who the men were that he had shot he broke down. O'Connor took him to the Fourth Precinct station, where he was locked up. In telling the story of the shooting to O'Connor and the coroner, Bur- nett said "I was walking down the tracks and hnd just examined a car when the two men sprang qut oa me. I f (right them oft and stepped back. They came at me again, saying 'Don't worry.; we'll get you.' I pull- ed my gun and shot. How many times I do not. knnw. I then ran the. tracks until I met the patrolman. When I went back and saw the men I had killed -were I Cook and Vreeland think, it was such I could hardly shock. [had never had any trouble with .either of them. We. were all good friends." Burnett stated tojLieut. McNamara at the Fourth Precinct station that he would not have shot at the men hnd they nut shouted that they would "get him." He said that about, a week ago two prowlers around Valuable Property Cheap We have the Role selling of i room bouse, with large den wUh fire- place, In the best residential dltitrict n the city, fully modern and of he best material. We can Mil thto, m account of the owner leaving Ity, for 95200.00. ft.000.00 and he balance to suit.; Act quick. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;