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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 TTTP T Sadinlny. Aii$;iiMt in, 1011. m0 BUY YOUR MEATS AT Give Us Your Order for Fair Week. We will have special lines of the choicest quality DELANEY'S IF YOU WOULD BE SURE OF THEIR QUALITY PHONE 452 Bring the whole family To the LETIIBIUDGE FAIK. Aiijj. 22-25. Ami BK SI KE And Get Your Meals at the International Lunch and Cafe Where you o-ot more for your money than at any other plaee in Lethbridge. GOOD MENU GOOD SERVICE We are speeialists !ii FRUIT. Ask for prices and if onr prices are hnvc^st. buy your prcserviuii" fruit. Shipments received daily. ROrXD ST. BKSIDE C. W. (aJV\>S GREAT INVENTOR AT WESTMINSTER ASK REVISION OF D.S. STEEL TARIFF MANIFESTO TO ALL UNION MEN Edison Showed Boyish Interest in Coronation Scenes Nov \or\:l huii t(i till" IliHisc (if Coni-rii"ir. At a caucus which cati-va.sscd the entire tarin >itiiatioii. the j Democratic senators today decided to again cast their lot with tlie insurgent Rcpiihlicans . n ho, m reveiii;e fur the jiassage of the Canadian hill over their protest, are determined tohrinj; about a ohI in the I'ayne-AldricU tariff law froiii start to linish. The steel bill vif .Senator CiiiuuiiURS, the Iowa insurgent, will he added to the Democratic Cotton bill in the .Senate by aid of the Democratic votes. This means that beside the wool and free list hills, Taft will have tn veto cotton and steel reductions or jio back on his word to the few standpatters who supported the CaiTadian agreement. The passage of the Canadian | bill at the conmiaiid ni Taft, without waiting any iniormatioti from the board has angered the Hepnblican insurgents so that they are now saying, "What is sauce for the gmrse is sauce for the gander," It has been definitely decided by tlie leaders df the .Senate and noiise tliat the Kerr amendment of the free list bill which permits meat and broad to come, in free only from Canada and then only on condition that the pending reciprocity bill is ratjififd. This will he in the final draft of the bill as il goes to Taft. It is expected that the formal agreement between the Houses on thin measure will be reached tonight. Toronto. .Autr. IS.-The local Trades and Labor Council lia.s is.suod a sirpiit; manifesto adjuring e.U union men' to sui>port I.aiior caiididati^s in the coming eli^ction \vher(>ver po.ssiblo. It is concUidt'd, "TiK? ormmize.d woi'!;ers ot' the IJominioii are of the oidnion that the time has come when they should brim; tbemselves into line with iho rapidly growing labor i.dwpv of (;r(.>ar Biilaiii. .Ausii alia. New Zealand and other countries and this can only be done by usiiiff your vote's to return candidates standing-, upoh principles of the eman(^ip;itioii 'ol tti6! workers by recognizing the existing class war." The delegates to the dominion Trades and Labor ("ongr.'ss at Calgary, Alberta, durini; the first week of September, will tiring this issue to the atteiltion of tliat ijod.v. tein YOUNG GOMEZ SHOOTS AT SIRE'S TRADUCER MavMna. .-Vug. IS.--There was a revolver fight last night in front of the Hotel liurbiterii, belW(.'en .Miguel (iom-e/, a son of President Gomez, and Con greasmnu Andre, editor of Kl Dia. a uew.spaper, which lor several we(;l;K iias been making bitter iierstuial attacks upon the iiresident and his administration. Both men emptied their revolvers, but all tJio shots went wild, and apiiai-ently none of the spectaiors was in- LAND AGENT IS CHARGED WITH FRAUD Winnipeg, Aug. IS-K.A.H. Schneider, former looal sitlee Bseiit for the Urand Pacific Land Company, was committed for trial this morning on a charge of fraud and theft from the company. IHs alleged crimes invohe �1,70D, Clan, '.w; yiT. Hc.^'rlt''.Uic'1ic>T.6;reatly in the lloU'ip, auk e.vpress^i ,-Kurprise that i S(y^c coolim; invention has not been applieJl so thrtt � th'' members may I work in conifiirt. When fW cooling system in iise was explained-spravs of ice water are played..o.vilside the \yii>do,ws, juul, jcejl air is forced up throii^lithe ntftttj^g on the lloor-Mr ' Jilrfi'soti �oii'^''^'i' his eyes in ania'.'e-ment^. cxciHiniilrig . incredulously: "Well: do.yoii teii riie so? 1 could I not have'helieved''anything so stu- l;r�*,\;cii on.; t-he-terrace, whore were'jetf'ernl Ministcr.s and others seeU'iiig n\e rcfrcsliing night air and enjoyed it hugely. There he met, aiuoiiv; uv.iiu other big men of (ireal liritaiii, ''hancfllor of the hlxclieciuer l.loyd-fieorg( , who wi.shed Mr. Kdi-; s^n voiild iiiM-iit ^(nv.e plan for get-ilinir bills (juickly through I'arlia-' ' nieiit, I I.ike a Farmer j T. 1'. O'Cdiinor was one df those I who .met Mr, l-alis(.n and afterward s.ud : "lie is like a big unsophisticated f.iriiier taking almost boyish in-terc,-.t in things fau'iliar to ordinary liieu ei the world. Indeed, lie is like ia Ljieat sclinol boy asking (piestiotis i ..lid I'lcdxiiu delighted with the most I (I'liii'idii-pl,','e .insweis. The siiu-pliciU of genius was never before so icm-.'ikablj illiisl rated in my experience," Mr l-'.disnii held im the Terrace a rcguh'.r reci'iiliim when the House arose. He was prrsentert with a copy of the Parliament :(Lords' Veto) Hill, signed by Prime .Minister .\squith, Lloyd-Oeorge, .liihn Redmond, .loluij Hums, T |> O'Connoi and others, lie saw both divisions .on the bill, and was proioundly interested. Yesterday Mr F.dison left in a motor for Folkeslnne, and from there i crossed to Hoiilogne to meet his wife, j IV now will go on a motor tour i ihroiigli France, avoiding Paris and' the large towns Ho expects to return to London in s x weeks. POLITICAL NOMINATIONS INHDDDFU Mi THE choice Wheat used in the milling of Robin Hood Flour makes it the moat nti^ritioua jo^d in the world-and a sack o( Robin H^od Flour wilt make more loaves than any other brand on the market. nobid Hood Flour ! tot