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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY; HERALD AiiRiiNt Yards at: Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston P loneer Lumber I ards Main Lethbridge Yard 418 5th St. S. General Office 4185th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades Low Prices Complete Stocks Yards at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Claresholm Nantpn High River EDDY'S 'made of indurated Fibreware is Ideal in every way for the various needs of the busy housewife. These utensils are light and durable, have no'hoops to fall off or ruit. will not taint water, milk or other liquids, and in Impervious. They will stand any climate, any fair usage. Made In Pails, Tubs, Keelers, Milk Pans, Wash Basins, etc. "Try Them, You'll Like Them" THE E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, HULL. CANADA. THE LETTER BOX nore the problems surrounding Bcllfflt to Wl'StCril Canada that nation is sooner or (Mates VieWS HIGHER PRICES ON U. 5. A. SIDE (Congressman Lenroot, Wisconsin. April IT.) "The prlcei of asrkiiltural products are much higher In United States than in ranada the report of the Tariff Board, ihe average price of spring wheat received by the farmer in Canada in 1010 was 73.8 cents per b.ushel, our farmers received SO.S cents per bushel, or 16 cents per bushel more than the Canadian farmer received. According lo the report of the Tariff HELP THE FARMER Editor Herald: Dear Sir: There are a few people for obvious reasons, who have endea- vored to create the impression that tile delegation of Farmers' lo Ottawa was but the voice of a few agitators from the west. But this Is an exploded theory. The province of Ontario had the largest representation of any province in Can- ida. There were about three hun- dred from that province and four hun- dred from the three prairie provinces, and the most remarkable thing about their deliberations was that the far- mers from all Canada spoke as one man concerning the tariff. It seems to me and I think all men vho concern themselves with the ques- tion at all will readily acknowledge that the agricultural Industry is the very back bone of a nation's prosperity and directly any nation neglects or ig- agri- later doomed to a state of failure and decay. England and Germany are so convin- ced of this that in spite of their mat- erial prosperity and in spite of their great commercialism of manufactured implements and articles, they are push- ing enactments with the cry "back to the land." and are holding out every inducement to the people to take up farming as a means of support. Is troy In a few moments moml'.s of toil arid we should lUem our support in these reasonablye de- mands. 1 am Sir, faithfully yours OOSKKVBR A MINER'S VIEWS filet that they rpucivu litllr or no return on Ilirir capital, from what should In1 one of the soundest and most profitable mining enterprise's in British Columbia. It, is this condi- tion of alTairs lltaf is probably re- sponsilili! for the demands of some of jllic hoards of trade thai the govern- [SUDDEN DEATH OF CLARESHOLM MAN Clareshulm, Aug. 22. The sad itrhinsnn, of tin and UiiU'hinson, 'and operate these mines in the public, HaroiiK, of .Steve 11-interest, coal being one of the j linn of Vanhor 01 I mental necessities of tiie indusirial domestic life of the people. I been iaking a oar.Iv out east in i ours very sincerely, WXTCH DOC I'-iilomoliile, and when near Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear would like to few through, the mecliu your valuable paper regarding strike in the .Crow's Nest Pass, and the situation in general as it now confronts us. Colcman Local Union 2S33 at mass meetings Held on Kri- Boy AND ROMANCE lay and Saturday decided by a ing unanimous vote ami great en- thusiasm, to resist, if possible, by all air means the opening; up of the cabs, and the result livcrvnicn. Demised had tination, IS miles from Claresholm, The Doctor's Question Much Sickness Due Bowel A doctor's first rpiesilon when con-: sulied by a patient IK. "are your bow- ols He knows that ninety eisht per cent, of illness is attended with inactive bowels find torpid liver, health can be restored. Rexall Orderlies arc 'a posltivR, j'lensant and safe remedy Cor consti- pslion and bowol disorders in general. Wv arc so certain of their great cura- tivo value that, we promise to return purchaser's money in every case when they fail to produce entire sat-1 1 Ill- Portland Ore.. Aug.. ._ man tic career of two boys and three' girls, wiio ran away from Seattle les with Jmi. the streets were crowded week ago, came to a sudden end wh Detectives Mallet and Ho well arrest- ami after some work to try and it nut- deceased sent his passen- of plunking. When LM..L< mi. mil by Jed the two boys and two of the girls hundreds of men at live o'clock this [while an uncle of the third girl, an In- morning with thai grim rfelerniina- [tended bride, took her in chai'ge. Jon marked on their manly faces, Donald [sham age IS and Howard Kexail Orderlies are eai'cii like can- dy, they act. quietly, and hav.e'a sooth- ing. strengthening, healing influence pon the entire intestinal tract. The inrf i venture to sav lliitehiiLsoii lying dead with his head hanging over' Hie fence. The was sent for and mi arriving pronm'nceri life extinct. The deceased, whose full name was maniy laces, i i m; wnose uiu if anv scabs hart 1 Hsnlon, sons of nroniment fam I lo I'orilanci buck IIP found Jlr. do not imrgc, gripe, cause nausea, an appearance that al, the per- tivc ,h, UniM S.iici and Win. lelice, excessive looseness, diarrhoea or oilier annoying offcct. They are: especially good for children, persons or old folks. Two sizes, '25c and I0c. Sold .only at our store The RcxHll Store. J. 13. Higinbotham Jc Co., Ltd., special- agents. Store. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd.. and also the great reasoning powers lhat President Powell pos- sesses would have been of no a'vuil. That is the reason he amongst uy this-morning telling u: to molest no one or destroy any pro time mid intended both on the platform and on the larmers tM_.o i _ f------- n_ jf -t wcre noi for the larniers aveniseu m.o tic-iiio iici mini-vi Canadian farmer. For his flax seed the Canadian farmer received 12.0 per bushel, while our farmers received pur bushel, of 23 cents per bushel mare' than the Canadian farmer. "For his I hope the gentleman from Massachusetts l Mr. Peters) Is in the Canadian farmer received per ton, while our tanners received J12.26 per ton, or per ton more than the Canadian farmer. OBJECTION OF BEAR TO AUTOS WAS ENFORCED BY CLAWS ;Chatham, N. B., Aug. F. M. TAveedie, son of Lieut-Governor T'Weedie, had an adventure with a bear he was returning from' his slimmer, cottage at Burnt Church this morning. AVith him was James Shields, bridge inspector. When Grand Downs was reached a bear jumped ,out ot the woods about twenty feet ahead of the car. At this spot is a good stretch of road and the car was running at.its limit. Mr. Tweedie had little time to make ip his mind what to do, but managed to steer his machine aside sufficient- ly to miss the bdar, which stood on its hind feet with forepaws outstretched. AB the car passed the bear, the ani- mal let out a vicious swipe which caught the side of Mr. Shields' face with one claw, missing his eye, but making a nasiy'. wound, which bled freely. -The "bear stood over six feet poor condition. the rural districts it would disappear in a few generations. Is it not a fact- that a large num- ber of statesmen' are-consiflerVig the question of depletion of rupU popula- tion and trying to find a reni'rly iur its solution? The people of '.ana-a may if they take these questions 10 heart prevent to a great extenl_the re- petition of the difficulties which are now confronting fiurjpean statesmen, it is our duty to profit by ;he mistakes of the older countries. There are hundreds of farmers for- homesteaders who rrive earned sti'cct since this strike commenced, I most lot keep1 the peace if they try to tlic miiies. We as law- abiding citizens will not .hold our- selves responsible" for the action oi Lewis StockCjU the K. few good Inm- ost operators willing., to come to an agreement w.ith their employees and Lewis .Stoek'ett has: at the present ilieir etting almost from between rented housekeeping rooms They M 2n -VCiirs Hu fWils "f then sent back to Seattle for olil scfllcrs near Calgary and anil two girls arc left to.mourn hli; Kirkpatriek, age to whom Ishum Hrst "f All lived in the Sprinjchank luss., says he has been engaged for a long i liisti ict, aiul-laler worked in thecaf- The! tie business for Robertson. Af- to molest no one or destroy any pro- time mid intended lo marry. iheltle liiisjne perty. That is what he has preached Drath girls were to be treated as ]1L, into ters, botli boys say. The Seattle police department hasj been looking for the boys and girls, since they left lhat citv, but found no i trace of then, until the Kirkpatrick I1'1'1111' wlUl Ularlcs v.h, daughter of a prominent cou-illuir Koherl.son. About four years ago n. Robertson hc lived ome limp on his ranch and then ihe lumber of tractor in Seattle, received secret in- formation to meet her lover in Port- land. Miss Helen Miller Gould, long a jar'dent friend of N'orthfield, is erecting went dormitory for girls at the lime the ever" hail in !Northt'ield seminary. his life in keeping down dissension in I On June 13, Daniel Pennington Iiis association. If lie had Poles, Iltis- {resident of New Jersey ate SO hen's 'sinna, Slavs, Kinns; liclgians; Krench, Gcriiiiiiis, Hungarians, Italians and others too numerous to mention 'the same as President ljowcll has'to con he came in In Chucshnlm and in'to partnership in the livery luirse 'business wiUi Donald II. Van- hfirn and since then they had'built'up the tipKt. livery business in- town be- Mfles ;i lai'jie horse-sale business and ihe linn are well Son I hern All-erla. Deceased was married some thir- teen years ago In Alias -Jennie Mp- 1'lierson and the widow and bov Steve Ilutchinson was one of. ..MSI popular men in the j district., and had very few, enemies. He was always tojit .found cherry ami courteous. Me was a was seldom .seen out, of lempetv if at any time he diit show an-r noyrnce it was in a very quiet way" and lie never on'cnce to. anyone- if help "il. will be jiiucb missed in the district. The luueral 'place 'on Wednps- knov.-n all ovt-r lltl- will, be in Cal- iEary. Scales were first erected in London in 1309. FARMERS: Have you secured your winter wheat for fall seeding If not, call and examine our grade of "Turkey Red" It is No. 1 seed in every respect We will offer McLaughlin Carriages, Democrats and Delivery Rigs for the next two months at a BIG CASH DISCOUNT Look over our large stock before it is further reduced Fish and Tudhope Wagons We are offering our stock of these standard makes at practically cost prices to clear. This is your opportunity to buy a wagon at rock- bottom figure (of Trade in convention assembled at jiMat'lcoif that, the public were'paying for their coal anil that to my mind sounds rather a curious story. He says the mines at Bankhead and l-Iosmcr. where millions of dollars have been sifcnl. are paying. Is it through his ignorance of scientific engineering that his mines pay? If so, let him he a" man and say so, or is he, on the other hand, running- the C.P.n. mines as charitable in- stitutions? H so, -we as British subjects refuse to accept the charity j of this American or his bluff. The sooner the public are made aware 'of the schemes of this gentleman the j better it will he for ..this fair .Doiuin-! lion. If he would speak out as n man j [and say that the C.P.n.. don't want to pay any more for their coal, then lhat is the whole thing in a nutshell and his sympathy for the public j amounts lo nil, and the people of this country have just; begun to real- it. Also, here I (piote an extract from the British ..Mining and Knginecring Record. Hear what j it says j "In the case of the Crow's Xest Pass Coal Co. the mischief has been increased .by the fact that this com- pany controlled not by the smaller shareholders, as formerly, but by two (great consumers of coal and coke, the Great Northern Railway Company and the Granny Consolidated Mining Smelting Company. These compan- lies naturally acquired this control for line special advantages they hope to reap, antl required that, their sup- plies be provided at cost. According I to the evidence of Manager Wilson these supplies arc made under the ;cost: The public pay schedule-rates :.iud ,my profits made by the company jare from what it, supplies the.'public. Since the interests of Miesc two cor- porations secured (here has' hceii precious little available in the way o' dividends as under the former management, and wr know of families in Knslern Canada whose investment? were put, into the shares of this com- pany, and have been reduced lo' desperate circumstances'. from the HARDWARE POINTERS For Fair Visitors: Hang this fact on a peg in your memory The Finest Hardware can be Bought right here in Lethbridge, and the price is right at C W. GRAY'S If you have not investigated, you should do so "Every sale a satisfied customer" We can save you money on Stoves, Ranges, Cutlery, Tools and Kitchen Utensils ;