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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD We have been appointed agents for Lctli- bridgp and district The Security Trust Co. i Limited OT CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents Graham Ridiculed Borden's Platform hi the course of his atidrcia at the great Liberal demonstration at Sim- :oe, Hon. Graham, who wan en- tinislaitlcally received, dealt with re- ciprocity from tlic economic aland- jwlnt, Alluding to a published improveinQiil. Air., Hunlcii's second pltnk, dealing with thb nuLiiral re noiircuB of tno western provinces. In. (Healed that, opposition lender WHK not unite awake yet. Premiers Si f ton Scott were nlready In eominunt- iiient in a Toronto Hiitl-reclprocity j cation with the on this paper from, a Toronto horse dealer, and If Mr. Uordcn had kept stating that reciprocity would injure' touch" with pub I It events or had road .he Canadian market, .Mr. (Jri-j11'8 t'lobp" he would have known the mm created roars of by a Van lieinR dealt with. In like to Mr. Yeajter of Siiiicbe mwnner the opposition leader should one of the most popular and extensive horsemen In Norfolk county. "Is .Mr. afraid pf reciprocity and the he the ,hrong shouted back "No." ami "not LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block B; II. and C. Addition, North' "Corner, 137 J't. by 138 ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. tl' CLOSING OIIT PRICES FOR acres, 2 line, price 111 per acres 4 miles from We.vb.m-n line, price per acre. acres 3 1-2 miles from 112'per This land all be farmed. Terms., 70 acrea irrigated land 2 1-2 miles from city limits at a bargain. acre on Westminater Road, price J760. Good terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. much." continued the minls- er, "Mr. Yeag-er is noi here today. J m aorry for that, for you know him and know that what he says about homes and the horse market in what Ja rlsbt, and we will leave the case with Mr. V eager, whose judgment is worth having.'.' Mr. Borden's Platform The minister of railways was inter- ested to learn that -Mr. Burden had gone to bed and awoke with what he called a platform. thought the people, (Laughter.) of Norfolk i-fflldlmand would :be interested in an- alyzing; the so-called platform. Uvfl to. the first proposition dealing' with the scrutiny of public expendi- tures, Mr.' Graham .pointed out that he thought eome revision In the rules of the House was necessary to pre- vent Mr. Borden and his lieutenants squandering 'f by keeping the Mouse of Commons in session over Ah Item of for a needed public know that, the Hudson Hay Railway now being constructed by the government. Borden wan led It operated by H commission; a strange position to take now in View of the fact that .Mr. Horden had condemned the appoint- ment of a commission in the. cape of the National Transcontinental Hail- way. -Tlie opposifiori leader advocat- ed reform in connection with the op- eration of the terminal elevators, but no neglected to.slate that had it not been for the opposition obstruction these reforms would have been piit through the House and In operation. The proposal, to regulate the tariff by a 'permanent commission, Mr, Gra- 'ham was fallacious. The government was'the people's commis- sion, and directly; responsible to the public affected. It was well that tar- iff revision should be conducted by, tniise who felt thair direct, responsi- bility to the people. Provincial Jurisdiction Passing on, the, Minister of Rail- ways pointed out that the new Borden plank of the improvement of high- ways was a usurpation of provincial Jurisdiction; perhaps It was intended a reflection upon 81 r Whit- lackadaisical- administration .of the good roads acl, which Urn govern- ment of Sir GeorKC Rons had plac- ed upon the provincial Air. Borden 'MlvocAied an extension of rural mall 'distribution. minister, pointing to Hon. Rodolphe "is Ihe man who Instituted rural-mail deliv- and has already given parlia- ment nolit'e of further progress In iwstal affairs." The minister of wiiys noted thai much-heralded Halifax plat form no longer dUI bust- and the last plank of the new platform dealt with civil service re- lorm. In tliia the government of Sir Wilfrid 1 Jiurier had proven itself es- Itelly lire leader, and under Ihe present commission positions In the 1 service were obtained solely on merit HS determined by exam tion, and entirely uninfluenced by i tical attiliationB. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern facing and known as No. 508 Westminster S4500. Terms. The R MACBETH AGENCY I LOANS A BUY THAT WILL MAKE MONEY FOB YOU 3 Lots in Block 152, facing east North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 Wiikie Kerr 3 lots on water and Xorth Terms. Fire, Life, Accident and Live Stock PHONE HULL BLOCK. Noxt. A.R. A I. Offices. AUTO SCRAP AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hai, Ang chargcrt by n. Cha- J. Richarrison, STILL WILD AND WOOLLSV AT BUTTE Bntte, Aug. men'are doacl and another lies at St. Jnnies hospita with 'his lungs pierced by a hair as a result or a holditp and shooting af- fray a.t thy. Pipcstohe h'olel. The victims are John Bossom, known as late of Calgarv, with fraud in con- nection with an auto deal, the case TI-SS.dismissed hy the magistrate and now a counter 'charge of a similar na- ture, has hcen Uid hy Chapelle. The bylaw for a "new public school was here yesterday, carried for n vote of 150 to 8 "Dago" John, killed instantly by the Spcro, t a loc- bandits second shot; Mike known as iiGreek' Mike" died al hospital today of a. bullet wound in the neck inflicted by the Bandit's lasl shot. M. Kontz is wo.underi by a bullet which, m'erced hie lungs and hii condition Is serious. Ltthes for wood and maul working were invented in 1240 B. C. Irrefutable Facts Shewing What Reci- procity Means to Grain Growers It is not seriously denied by opponents of reciprocity Umt prices of grain are higher in the United States than in Canada. Mr. Borden admitted i this fact on many occasions during his recent lour of the west. The Grain Growers' Guide quotes figures prepared from data collected by the American lariff hoard, which show that the price of wheat in Minneapolis is practically always from live to fifteen cents a bushel higher than In Winnipeg. The fol- lowing are the monthly prices on the Minneapolis and Winnipeg markets for the past six years. They will repay a careful study. PERJURERS WILL BE PROSECUTED Vltcrbo, Italy, Aug. muc oiitradictbry testimony had been giv n at the Camorrn trial today Oaval er Tiillio, King's Procurator, announo ed. tliut all witnesses suspected o rjury and of bearing wit.neE'. votild be prosecuted when the Gii.iO colo trial conclucied.' Particular at was paid to the testiinony o Barbella, who'iwora that he hid seel Oluseppe Salvione of the defendants leave Ihe Gtlqccolo honie affer th assas-aination of Giu c r-olo, v-boso murder followed tlir.c o her'husband. The Jury crom-cxam Ineil the witness closely and bc '-.ime confused. The written tlon WHS carefully examined Hie jurors noted January February .March April...... .iiiue July August September October November December Minn. Win. 1.00 1.0154 -92% ".91- 1.01% 1.09 ;i 1.01 82% l.lti .1.11 .i.on '7714 .84% .lunuary February............... .54% Sl% April ......S294 May..................... 91134 :.....'...........95H'- Septemher................ .1.07.14 October................1.17 Vovember ..........1.0S December ..........1.08 lannary 7ebruary darch ipul lay une uh leptemher )ctober November 'ecember ...1.07% .1.16 .1.2654 .1.2911' 1.3414 .'.-SI-V- .1-OlS 1.0.1T4 .1.06% .1.1314 .76% '.72V. .75% .75K .77 .87% .8914 ..91% 1.02 1.13 1.02" 1.05% 1.10% 1..23% T.23 'I.81VS 1.30 1.13 1.0015 1905.'.- i Diff. .13% U'A .18% '.2414 .soy. .02 .os a .05% :OTW .70 V, llVS 1907 .07M, -.OS-i .05% .Minn.. SSV4 .82% .75i4 .'S2'1S .84% .78% 1906 Win. .7614 .7611 .72.X :-.7S% .88 14 in', .7414 .07% .OS 14 .01 .01 .02% 1509 .07% .0.1 is .05% .02% 1.0S% i.on 1.113% 1.03% I.OS'i .73% 1908 i.o.s-a J.05VJ 1.0-174 1.06M .98 Diff. .07% .00% .0214 ..01 V4 .Ifisj 00. ?J 07Va .02 ".'02 .00% and wher nmny dis.ipepiincic- between that and the varbal testin.on-. decided he was not sincere nnd (hi word given by him could nor ha .do Dented upon. Judge Paraole test! tied was satisfied from prh-a'a in formation that Tucia AimnasHs, rn' of the state's ,-ituesBes. was a confi flenl of the Carabineers. Capt Fa nroni denied that this was true Inside City Properties High Class Farming Lands Conservative Investments and Well Secured Loans, as well as Avery Threshing and Plowing Ma- chinery are offered by W. R. DOBBIN, 'Tsgr1 310 7th Street Lethbridge, Alt. KING ABANDONS INDIANPAGEANT New York, Aug. 32. A London cubic In the American says In par- amenlary circles it. is now consid- ered probable.1 thai, tlic Delhi Utirlmr will not. IK; posi-poncd bul will he nl- togcflier nlnnidnnnd. The proposed cornnal.ion of tlin King in India wa.s froni (fie intciiscly iinpopiilar wifh the Indinn govornmcnl. King George, however, insisted and the government could not well discourage FARMERS! JheLethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH STREET. Sell the Pest and Only Patent A Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof, Wind- proof', Vei'inm-Proof. sure and see you get the gated Granary with the eighteen-inch man- hole in top.' Tliis allows granary to be com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, uisuririfl; a tijylit cover. .1691 .0414 1.03% l.M I.H 1 II 1.11 i.n.i 1910 l.O'l 1 17% 1.05% 1.05 1.07% 1.0-1 .1114 .10 no ,3.5, .0614 .08% Hut the King himself has now siiRgcslcri tlie abandonment nf the af- fair in view of the drougbl., fnmin and terrible, ravages ui the plague. Coleridge News dicates AVinnipeg prices lifgher-UiMn Minncupoli C'olcridgr, Aug. was an exciting time in the C.P.R. yards hare" one morning lately, when a iiujiiiicr of Oalicians, who board in a car in i-bc yards, found that hoboes j hurl entered ibeir car and stolen their provisions as well ,TS sr.veral valualile What is tnie of wheat is even more pronouncedly true of malting barley. jarticlas of clplliihg. Tlie Rang The following are the irernge prices Wr mailing hurley in Chicago an i peg for the past ten years. d Win- 26 --35 11- 1900 Chgo. '..41 .42 Wpg. Chgo. 1901 Chgo. .-10 I9y, .40 .IS r .or, MIL .If .55% 1904 Wpg. Clipo. .36 .41) .45 .4n .42 .37 1907 Chgo. .42 ..ii 1902 Chgo. -38 ,.61 .47V. .40 .10 .33 1905 Chgo. .3r, .la .38 .I4--SJ .38 iiHmry I ....................29 .aoifc ily ........29 .go etpber......................40 .54 ,1906 Wpg. Ghgo. niiiary ..................49 .4fi'i pril -.'.46 .42 .67 ...'.....58 .54 .65 ctober ,4S .90 Wpg. Chgo, a. ,1909 nuary ......38 pril .65 ily.....'.................43 .75 clober..................-10 Go over the above figures cnrefully and then place in the scale is little nink-tea argument of Mr. Borden's about loyalty and d all the other truck Ihe Tories have been flooding the country with, hich would you call the weightiest? cliasc on a hand-car 'but were unable tn overtake tlic thieves.' The Mounted Police wore then pboned tor and on arrival rounded up (iffcen strangers, were iinatilt! In give any stated place of abode. They were taken to Jlgo. SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD The Daily Herald From Now Until Qctober 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. TO full ind fair of the oollMctl culm it nd dlapnasionnte of the 10duei- well the luteii and 'beet news, loctl and world Hem Id. (Cut out. the following And send It at once to "The Dally ffenild" Lethbrldge. Ximc........................................ and Number City or Town Province or State......................... Encloned you will fir.d Twenty-five Cents for the Dally Herald to Octobur 1st, J911, as per your special offer. Iht! Hal and next niin'ning at the po- lice court wm: given varying terms in Mm gaol. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson have closed their-restaurant in Tolcridgn and 44a' removed with (heir family to Kin- 1908 ilersley, .Sask. Mr. Nicholson lias, w'c Chgo. rod a posit ion as sec- .n tiun forcniaii from Ihe C.N.R. in that [town. They are nlTcring the' rcstaiir- 'II ant fnr .1. H. Morrow relurncd last week from n Ihret- week's trip through the, Milk River district in Southern Al- Iter-ta, and Noctbprn Montana. The Coleridge public school opened j on Monday ilic I Ith for thej autumn term wjlti a fair attendancn. Miss Hcrtha Hnrpcr, of Coleridge, j was successful in passing her examin- ation from the sixth lo the .seventh! Standard at the midsummer examiii-; a I ions held in Medicine I (a I. I Kinc sunny wcatliei: lias pievaiied in I this vicinily- lasl week, which is fast ripening lh.e grain and j crop cvi-r STEEL FOR KOOTENAY Cranbrook, AIIB. carloads of steel for the Koqtenay Central railway' has beeii sidetracked at is said -that trneklaylng will he commenced next .week and steel to the Bull river crossing. When this is done material for the FARMERS AND OWNERS Of Valuable Live Stock -Bridge will be brought in, arid when the bridge Is completed tracklaying will be resumed. IN8UJRE AGAINST LOSS Read the monial: Prompt Payment following testl- Vancouvcr, D, C, July ,27th, Whom It May Concern: This is to certify that -we lost a horse'Insured with the RriUih Empire' Insurance Company, Ltd., successors to the British American Live .Stock Association; Ltd., of Vancouver, R. C., for >200.0i.' and have this date through Asauilh fe Lindsay, their local representatives at Lelhbridge, their.. cheiuie dated July 27th, the full amouni. (llaterl at LetliDridge, Alia, tills 2nd of August, 1911.) "CAMPBELL, WILSON fc HOR.NE, Ltd.. "Per ,1 HORNB." Asquith Lindsey REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKERS PHONE 1183 ROOM 4 HULL BLOCK We have a bunch of choice lots within a mile "and a quar-' ter of post office each. .These will double with- in THE CASCAOEN LAND CO. MACDONAtD BLK. Two Good Buys 1 corner Acre Let dale; irito: 12 lots; reasonable cuh pay- ment; good 01 bal- Lots 1 to 10, Block 25, Al- exandra Xdrtt. Terms. H.J.H.Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Alexandra Hotel GLACIER EXPERTS HAVE NARROW ESCAPE .Cordova, Alaska, Word was received here today of 'he narrow .escupe from drowning, of Professors JR. S. Tarr and Mnriln, iClitr'experts, sent here hy iho Smith-! preparing the most bountiful' jsonlin Institution lo study -lacial j wiih which ibis locality has E.V8terns of Alaska. While crowing i big Delta river on ilifth1 wny to Fair- ban kit the swiff 'current, nearly .upset, t.hcfr wngon mid Professor Tarr ant) ProfeRimr Marl.In hud to jump. They londed In t.hc middle of the turbulent stream and a difflciilf managed to reach shore. They lost nil their Held notes, containing much vnl- "I1' been favored, for the binder. On some farms cutting has already hcgun. and a fine sample is being harvested. Some of the delinquent taxpayers whose lands have hern advertised for saie hy the Coleridge school board, number of liable dnla. i valuable films. their cameras lots will hi- sold' hy. .Unction on Still; mat the FOK QUICK SALE The old Ives ranch, 370 acres, 4 1-2 miles west, of Plncher Creek, all fenced, excellent house nnd stsble, beautiful running water, 25 acreB tim- othy, 20 acres wheat, one of the best mixed farms in Ihe district, land adjoining sold for 140 per sere fast per acre buys, the whole thing. Easy terms. Apply Monday and P. J. DALY Room 5, AlblTtl Block Valuable Property Cheap We have the sole selling of a large 6 room house, with large den with fire- place, in the best residential district in' Ihe city, fully modern and made of the heat material. We can sell this, on account of the owner leaving city, for cash and the balance to suit. .Act quick. THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. The Lind Co. Phont M4 ;