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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, AiipiM 19,1011. TTTE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKAT.n Pages What are you waiting for? THAT IS WHAT "MA" WOULD LIKi: TO KNOW Wo nvv rciidy lo ^c.vyc you now to nilylliiiirouf tiiaO^roortt palula*  *.aif vto applf ' '�' ' Atkyoiirdoalcr forll. Canbon Oil Womks. Limited. Winnipeg Fou kali: i|r STAFFORD AGNEW CO. Phone 456 311 Third avenue South THE LETTER BOX LAND BUYERS INVADE TABER Some Large Deals Pending; Mines Will Not Open Taber, Aug. IS).-Large parties of land buyers from the States have taken posses-sion of Tnher this week, niul some large NEW CONSTITUTION SIGNED IN PORTUGAL Lisbon, Aug. 19.-The national assembly completed and signed the constitution of the Keptrblic of Portugnl at l.^ri o'clock this evening. The con-Btitutlon, which was outlined by the cabinet several weelta ago and since dlsctissed by the frtected repre-aentatives of the people, was adopted amid scenes of great onthuniasm, tJreat crowda etirromided the building whore the assembly met, and waited for hours for the expected announcement. When thlR was received there wore joj'ful demonstrations. Canadian Steamers Will Not Take Risk of Goal-ing at Liverpool JFontreal, Aug. 10.-The White Star liner Laurentic will leave .Montreal for Liverpool today, fully prepared for all strike emergencies and should the strike be still In progress on her arrival will dock only long enough to land ixisscngers. She is coaled and provisioned for the return trip, and carries no cargo except a few loads of lumber. The strike ia also affecting vessels hound lor Montreal. Today the Allan lino olflcei^ were in receipt of a cablegram stating that the Virginian, which carries the mail, was not able to sail this afternoon as she could not KPt enotigh men to pui the mall ahoai|i of refusing: to have the matter discussed with- me. �  ^ only brougtit itf>-soif to reply ^o Mr, Powell's expressions because I believed ho hatr. Powell's eyes and the, eyes of tlie public to cover up the despicable part they played when the water was shut off! Yours truly. W. D. h. HARDIE. Wlnnipog, Aug. 18.-Unless thss crop correspondents and InspoclorR in every district of tho western provinces are methodically coloring reports, this year's harvest will gratify ciirlior predictions of a record yiolil In every respect. During the past nvcnty-iour hours ologo upon 5(I0 reports have been received from all angles of the west and the concensus of rep(u-ts atigvira tor a yield whletw�en thirty and forty to tno arro. Twenty-six districts reported and estimated wheat yield of from twenty-five to thirty bushels to the acr�>. Ten report an estimate of from twenty to twenty-five btishels, and the remainder are from twelve to twenty. Compiled and averaged, fifty per cent, of tho districts heard from expect yields averaging: bettor than twenty-five bushels to the acre. Of tho remaining fifty irer cent, only some half dozen expect yields below tho average, and tho same number reported crops in good condition, but did not give figures. The districts reporting damage in most cases assert tliat the crops are too near maturity to suffer seriously from ,weather Inclemencies. Uonerally cutting has cominonced in every district. Many of the fields hav� not ripened sufllciently for the reaper, but within another week the majority o^ cutting will be well under way. Despatches'trom the outside appearing under Winnipeg date  linos discuss a labor famine in the west. The best advice 'obtainahle oYi this subject shows that the forty thousand or more men neetr^d*!!! he available to harvesf'the crUp,'which should run from ;.'16',rt00','li0'(5"^tO '222,000^1100 bushels. CHALLENGES OLIVER ON BANK ACCOUNTS F^dtnonton, Ann. Ifi.-Ex-Pro-inlcr .v. C. Hutherford last cvreme court for examination. This challoiigp Is the oiitcoine of a statement by Hon, Frank Oliver to the effect that be understood Rutherford had a bank account bigger than the $(19,000 of hifl much talked of one, and he auggested that It should he thrown open lo the public. W\mh for Supper? Add a dash of HOUROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imported Absolutely ! l JUDGE IN McNAMARA CASE RECEIVES THREATS in MAIL Claiming that the eastern men are treated better than the western men the represenlativ'es of the confederation of shop employees, will confer with Sir Win. Whyte, vice president of the C.r,R. at Winnipeg on the wage schedule. Attorney fqr Ovfenie Told He Could Stop Sending of Note*-Trial Opene on October 11. Los Angeles, Cal, Aug. IS-.Tudgv^ Walter Hordwell. before whom the .McNaniara brothers will be tried on October 11, on charges of conspiracy and murder, said today he hud received threatening letters in connection with tho case. He told .Attorney Lo-compte Davis, counsel for the defense he could pttt a stop to it. CHIEF JUSTICE OF QUEBEC Ottawa, Aug. 18.-Two important judicial changes are announced today. Hon. Horace Archambault, of tlie court of King's hencli liecomes chici .lustlce of Quebec in place of Sir Ijonis Jette, who is retired on s,ui)er-annuation. Honors Grevais, former M. P. for St. James' division of .Montreal, is elavated to the King's bench to succeed Judge Archambault. Ho is a prominent member of tho Montreal bar, and a law professor of Laval A now Liberal candidate will now have lo ho chosen in SI. .lames' division. Hocauae ho hellevos Henri Bour-assa maligned him at n political mooting in 9t. Hyaclnthe, Alphonse (iorvnlB will enter action apalnst him for %'.ia\) damages for allegod defamu-liou of eharacltjr. DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP HER Cured by Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Pound, AVis.-^"I am Rltid to announce that I liave boen ctired of dys-pep.sia aiitl female troutiles by your m e (1 i c i n 0. I liad booii troubled witli both for fourteen years aitd consulted difTereiit doc tor.s, hut failed to get any relief. After using Lydia R. Wnkhnin's Rt \'i'h'otable Com-V/l 1101111(1 and Blood I'liritior  call say J. am a well woman. I can't liiirt woiils to express tuy thanks for the good your mcniciiie has done mo, Vou inayptibliHh this if you wish." -Airs. lli;i!.MAX SiKTii, I'oiiiid, AVis. The siii'ceas of l.ydiii K. I'inkham's �Vegetiible Coui|)ouii(l, made from roots and herbs, is uiiiiaralleled. It may bo used with perfect coiilidDiico by women who suffer froiiulisplaceinnnts, iullam-matioti, ulcoratioti, llliroitl tumors, ir-reffularities, periodic jiains, backache, bearing-down feeling, llatuleiiey, iiidi-Bcstioii, disiziness, or nervous prostration. For thirty years T.ydia K. Pinkham's Vegi^tabli' (.'(impound has been tho standard remedy for female ills, and Hiiirnriiig women owe it to IhtMnselves to at least �ive tliis mudiciue a trial. Proof is abundant that it has cured Ihoitsaiids of others, and why should it not cure yoii'^ If yiui wiwii HitccinI ailvlcc wrlto I>Ir,s. I'inkliiiin, l.yiin,i>Iass..for it. k It iti ivii*) und HlWMyii hcU't'ult BOURASSA AND MONK AT LACHINE Montreal, Aug. 18.-The policy of educating the Knglish sjwaklng electors in the alms, Ideals and tenets of nationalism was inaugurated tonight vtt St. Stephen's Hull, Lachlne, by .Messrs. Bourassa and Monk before a gathering of some six hundred English speaking people. Although the rain fell intermittently throtighout tho meeting, tho crowd remained and showed a good deal of Interest. There was a good deal of applause and occasional exclamations of dissent, but on the whole the Nationalist IdeaB got as good a reception as might have been expected in Jac(|U08 Cartier division. The naval hill was th-o chief iioint discussed. The reciprocity agreement was represented as usual in an attempt to divert the minds of the peop'e against the Laurier government. Mr. Monk gave a very clcir statement of his case, laying much stress on the fact that the National-Istg are not In favnr of leaving the (tountry unprotected nor dodging taxes such as the navy' would necessitate. He eTOphaslzed the fact that the main idea of himseir. and his eol-Jeagues was to secure from the people the right to speak on such important topics as reciprocity and the navy bill. The government had no right to go ahead in such' cases without securing a mandate from the electorate. After Meissrs. Monk and Tloiir-aBsa had coinpleted their appeals, other speakers includfrig Messrs. John Boyd Covwinean and Tren)iolme Harris, a labor leader, addressed the gathering. EVERY GENERAL STORE-"FRUIT-A-IES" Tnkerman, Ont. Sept. 23rd, 1910.- "I am in the Ccner�l Store bu.>iines9 nd liavc been cotiiplctel.y cured of Dyspepsia. I re(r)mnicnd "I'ruit-ntivt^s" on every possible occasion and would .say that if every peneral .store keeper, who stocks medicine, would keep "Fruil-a-tives" ' liromiiiciitly dist)!uyii!, he would increase liis busineos uinny fold" AI^EX. lARUE. OBJEa TO Dun BEING REMOVED MAGRATH IN POOR SHAPE "Fmit-n-fives" is the only remedy in the world made of fruU and the only remedy that will positively cure Constipation, Indigestion, Pain in the Back, Headaches, Rheumatism and all Kiduey and Bladder Troubles. Soc. a box, 6 for fa.50, trial size, 35c. At dealers, or/iouiFruit-a-tivesI,iuiitcU OtUwa. PREMIER LAURIER'S CAMPAIGN FOR NEXT WEEK Julienne, Monday, Aug. lm.-St. .Montc-alm county, 2 p.m. Tuesday, .\ug. 22.-St. Eustache, Two .Mountains county, 2 p.m. Apuntsic, Lavalle county, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23.-Sorel, Richelieu county, 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2-1.-St. .Jerome, Terrebone cotinty, 2 p.m. Friday. Aug. 25.-Farnham, 2 p.m. I Shorbrook, 8 p.m. Saturday. Aug. 2fi.-Valleyfleld, Ueauharnols county, 2 p.m. Trades and Labor Council Send a Protest to Prime Minister At the regular meeting of th� jTrades' and Labor council held on Thursdviy evening, tho following reso Ititlon was passed and ordered forwarded to Sir Wilfrid l^aurler; air Wilfrid l,aurlv;r, Premier of Canada. Ottawa. Ont.: "The following resolution was passed nnanlmotr^ly by the Lethbrldge 'I'rades and Labor council nl its last regular meeting: "Bo it resolved: That tho Leth-bridgc Trades and Labor council In session assembled, protests against the iidinlttancc of American coal free of duly into Alberta, Saskatchewan and Eastern British Columbia, while there is a dispute In progreas between the coal operators and miners. "iVe believe the government by Its reported action is an inillrect factor In attempting to force the miners into accepting wages which are not considered as a fair remuneration tot their labor. "The removal of the coal duty Is n distinct encouragement to the American coal operators to get a footing in the market of Western Canada and once established Ihoy 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 tlT3 present coal crisis, we are of the opinion there are other methods which could be adopted rather than the one decided upon. ".Moreover, there is a grave danger of �A coal strike arising in the United States as a result of the tax being taken off imported coal as the United .Mine Workers In the Unlt�d States will refuse to mine coal that is likely to Injure their Canadian brother miners." MADERO FOR PRESIDENT Mexico City, Aug. IS.-The Catholic party tonight endorsed the candidacy of Francisco 1. Madero for the presidency, and nominated Provincial President DeLabarra tor the vice presidency. if Suffering from Hay Fever; Discouraging Meeting at Cardston Cardston, Aug, iS,-,As advertised, C. A. .Magrath held a,,meeting here last night but even the strongest supporter of the rctlr'iig member could not see any great honefit from it. In the first place, .Mr, Magrath was in very poor shain- iis he is suffering from bay fever. IK' spoke for hall an hour and was forced to stop. He was the only spcalior sind after he was through the meeting just naturally dispersed without being formally closed by the cbainnan or by cheers. In his sppocb Mr .Magrath talked of reciprocity auil scM?med to apologize for takiii!; the position he has. He said that those were his views and he could not change them. Ho was willing 111 tin down on the ((ucs-lion. Considerabli^ liiiic was spenj i*i refuting the clii\r;;i' that tho speaker was "corpornliou lired and corporation fed." The Heralil's rofi'ienre to the remarks accredited to Mr. .Magrath when the furuicrs' delegation visited Ottawa, as recently cited in your columns, came in for attention and he averred that ibe delegation c;ne this hy its exceedinojy quiet and consistent work. Scores of o\viiers claim it will develop 2o ])er cent more power il.'an any other 'Thirty' iliey have cNerdriven and tiiese slatenienrs tl.ey offer to prove. litics can l.-^ike the place of actual ])f-\u'r, sp-od. he liuiek eiio'ine c,oivihines tlies(> essentials. diff niiniit(>s, rediicin/^' th(> time from 8 hours to 0 hours an:hliii-i]tiiiek*' did th e W'u'k. See the later ^lodels, AVheel-hast^ n-i-(>jitly increased and specifications tlie last-word in iiiottir car development. McLaughlin carriages, Democrats, Delivery Rigs All Types, Hut Only One (irade and That-The Best! To make room for our Kali Stock we will sell these fine rio's at a ))io' cash discount. They are ft'oiiii); fast. Call before your (.'hance is ^-one. FISH & TUDHOPE Wagons FARMFHS:-Call and inspect our stock. We intend to offer these wau'onsat aj^rice that will clear outour stock Avithin 60 days. 2000 Bushels Turkey Red Wheat for Seed Hyde & Saunders WAKi:iI()USK AND Ol IICI.S P.O.BOX J12 FOKl) ST. 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