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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, TITE DAILY ITERATE Page Foot Toggery KEEPS AN UP-TO-DATE Repair Department and can give you prompt service with satisfactory workmanship. Goods called for and delivered if you phone us. Try Kimo Shoe Polish 1 for a good, clean, lasting shine. A Mit and Cleaner Thrown In Take a Guess at the Boot at the Fair Grounds LAURIER SHOWS BOURASSA VERY BUSY DAY IN QUEBEC' Montreal, Aug. Wilfrid Uiu rlor spent the busiest day of tbe cam mien today. Leaving the city at a bo journeyed (o til. Hyaelnthe o attend tiie funeral of tbe late Mr .uparltint, M.'P., rolurnfiiK ul nooi flashed across the city from Btation (o another on bin way tq St. 'Jiiutaco where he addressed a this afternoon, and liurclly tils meeting over before Jio WUH p.gain pon the move hurrying to Ahuntslc. vhere this evening be presented .IDoml .platform to lliu electors of that district. There was o big crowd at tbe St. Hustuco mccflng HIM! Sir Wilfrid h: aeallng with tbe Nationalists adopted a 'bitterer vein than he has yet used. uourusBa addressed a meeting ar the village last week and very favorable impression and it was evident that tho premier intended .to leave no etono unturned to .counter- act the influence of the address. ".Mr. be, "tried to persuade, tho people that conscription would follow the navy. Jn this ho He'd and knew lied.'Mr. Hour- assa could be quoted to show Ihal 'he- had once, and that not very long ago, nn advocate of reciprocal trade relations with the United States. "Mr. Bou'rasBa at Luch I nth grasped tho English (lag and sam (hat French Canadians- would .'be 'the first to de- end It. But this before an Kiig- isii audience.. He hatl'dono nothing of the kind at St. The premier also referred (o Gilf- ord Sifton, Buying that bo differed j vith tliat gentleman only on the re- Kootenay is Strong for King (Continued''rem Front The Fruit Induttry pointing -o'uI tliat Incruusod values of tho fruit growing lauds In the WInde- nore Valley must follow tho adop- tion of the pact in view of Ihe high price for tbe lauds on the other side Of the He also referred to l-av'cloninont which, would be bound o ensue in the coal mining towns afong the Crow's Neat by tho opening ip of the American market for coko. All jiartles, Liberals and Conaerva- ivos alike, agree that enormous benc- U8 will result to the coal in I no Indus- ry 'from this one feature of the pact. .development In tha Crow's Nest 'visa would open ti market of easy coess a fter the const ruction of tho Central Hallway which IK ow under way'to the products of tbe alley. Ur. King closed by asserting that lose present bad an opportunity on lie 21 si of S-apteniber to cast a vote or themselves. There should >be no arty politics In' this coniest. It was imply 11 referendum to assertain the lew of the people on this one qiras- on. M. A.v MacDonald. ie silver tongucd orator of the Koot- nay. was the-next speaker, and ho eld his audience spellbound for two ours. He showed conclusively that Identical arrangement -with the nited States u sought today WHS ught. there-toy the great leaders of 2 Conservative parly in tbe past, Ve bad in reality a new origin o is new form-.of- conservatism. I as only in. February last when tin gre-ement -was announced. In tilt OHSQ. and Mr., Borden and bis fol wcrs opposed thfi., agreement. n iKerJ the. .Conservatives present i CUNARD LINE Canadian Service Do you know you can now travel, between Canada and finglaud by the old. reliable Ounard Line.'direct Canadian norvice sailing from London and 'Southampton? To London 3rd clasi ocean from London Cabin (one clan) up The excellence of service 5 for which the line is known Is being maintained; la UB Canadian Service. For full., particulars apply to any Curiard Line Canadian Service agent, or write to E. v-.... Qtn. Agt. Can. Weit, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man., ROYAL. MAiL._ STEAMSHIPS Largest and Most 'Modern Steamers in Canadian Trade. V. NEW 8. S.'.-LAUWENTIC NEW S. S. MEGANTIC About Tons UmurpaMed Accommodation for AM Clatsec. R.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S, CANADA. One-class Cabin (called second The beat on the ship at moderate Third ciasft also; berthed in com- 't'ortablft rooms. 26, Sept. 23, Oct. 21. 2, Sept. 30, Oct. 2S. ,j 9, Oct. 7. November 4. 16, Oct. 14, Nov. II. Billings from Boston, New York and j Philadelphia to Queen-ston, I Plymouth, Chertourg South-j [cmpUm, London, Dover and Antwerp, American Line, Atlantic Transport LeyUnd Line, Red Star Line White Star. Line. W. M. ,McUEOD Wciterh Paisenger Agent, LIVERPOOL IS UNSEITp ML Strike Troubles are all Over in all.Other Places strike, ait uaupu is proving: difficult of ad-. Juatriient'''and as a -result 'tire :wdrk "of tiie port is again at a stand HtlU. Out ;otng liners are experiencing difflcu ;y. in. obtaining crews and the Allan Virginian has been nn able to sail. The., pass-angera ..are juartered in hotels. A conference vith a view to settling .the difficult} A'HS in session all day. tout adjourned :onight without an agreement been peached. The whole trouble arises over the refusal the imm cJpaHty to reinstate 250 tramway men who went on .strike. It appears that the local'tramway'men who greallj outnumbflred their striking 'brethren tnomBelves threaten to go out. as a Drotent if tbe 250 strikers are rein- stated and the transportation .work- ers refuse to resume their duties un iprocity question. He saicl (hat insisted on'retaining their part} amply avenged for Sifton's turn- allegiance to vote for the old conser 11 g against him by seeing him forced o "occupy the same .bed as..Bourasssa nd watching--, the i pains rSVtiich bgtli took to be as far apart as Hon. Hodolph-a Lemieiix and Mr. Caetbier, who has agnin been noniin a'ted Liberal candidate for the dis- trict, also spoke. Mr. Joseph Leech, one of the pio- neers of Gorric, was found dead n bed. 339 Main Strut. S.E. Corner Portage Ave.. MAN. ennui MiTim iTHdimn in, The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Routt to London on Ton Floating Next Sal I In ji from Montreal: EDWARD SEPT. ROTAJj OI'MROE HOYAL EDWARD.....OCT. 4 ROYAL GEORGE OCT. 18 BOYAL EDWARD NOV. I ROYAL OEORftB.....NOV. 15 Rutaa Paaaage: CLASS 192.50 ft UPWARDS 3ND CUASS 153.75 t UPWARDS JRD CLASS, Bristol or L'don Furtlwr information tmio S. B. Ultckell, AKcnl C.P.Ry; H. NMlMtli, City Ticket Agt., O. N. Itr., or write to GENERAL AGENT, WINNIPEG A. H. DAVIS, Ul the tramway men are taken back into the fold. Trouble Settled AUK. outstanding disputes between the employees of the Midland and Northeastern Rail- ways and the managers were settled 'a st night and the men are expected to return to work today. The 'strike of the., Northeastern employees bad, Drought about serious consequences in. as, much as 300.000 miners and tuners connected with- the coal trade in NartbumbetiMid and Durham had been forced into Idleness because of C. H. LOVELL', Coaticooke, Quebe who IE again a candidate for stead. lank of railway facilities. Serious disturbances had occurred at Darling ton, Hiirtlepool and other places and strong military forces were required j overcome Ihe strikers and prevent attacks on property. Narmal at Manchester, Aug. indus- trial condition of the city has now become normal. There was a genera resumption of work In all directions today including tho ship and the last outstanding labor dispute, Which affected carters, was tied last nixht.' to me that for the sake, of other suffer- ing women 1 am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this CHAS. JJAKCLAV, Il.RD., GranitoTille, Vt. Xo other medicine for woman's ills baa received such wide-spread and un- qualified endorsement. Xo other med- it'.ine we know of 1ms such a record of cures as has Lydia E. CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE Hade Safe by Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound. Gramteville, Vt was passing brough the Change of Lifcand suffered t' rom nervousness and otber amioyuig symptoms, and .1 can truly say that Lydia E. 'Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound has proved wortb mountains 01 zohl to me, as 'it restored my health Iiud streugt I never forget to tell my friends what ____iLydia K. .Pinkliam's Vegctablo Compound bas done for me this trying period. Complete TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The price of beef bas advanced in N7ew York, 'one and n half cents n ppiind 'in llic, last, week. F.' Pcakcr, R. Downs, E. T. Choalc, R. Chontc and .J. Bell, of Urampton, Out., bad a narrow os- cape, when Uiefr auto plunged over a forty-foot embankment nnar Hamil- ton. Fifty-five thousand people attended the Krfmonlon Exblbition. Dr. Tbomas lias been appointed niwlical -benlth, officer of Medicine- Mat. Vegetable Compound. Kor more Mian .10 years it has been curing woman's ills such as inflamma- tion, nlcer.aliim, fibroid tumors, irreg- ularities, periodic pains and nervous prostration, and is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life. Mrs. Plnltham, at Lynn, Mntts., invifcs all sick vroimHi to wriio J MlWHya helpful vatfsm .rather .than the new, for the policy of Sir John .A. Macdormld ant nis .lieutenants .who desired recipro city with ihe.lJnited States rather than thp policy of Mr. Borden who wiiboii'f. his own followers In the 'country by means of n conven- tion or .of.herwise. undertook to op- pose this pact at the instance of cer- tain protected interests in Montreal nd eighteen Liberal millionaires In of Toronto. :Mr. jUacDbtfald' entered into an Analysis of the Agreement [.self, effect from a na- tional standpoint in enlarging tbe mar- Ke.ts of Canada, and its particular ef- fect so far as, the AVindemere district conceinqtl lie cl limed that party feeling .should and he .believed, not enttjfj into this cqnLest. Tlie' isboultl .consider this agreement j just in the sain e> way aa they, would .do if the .subject were up for discussion at one of their meetings of, farmers institutes or ag- ricultural ..associations. IE. this were done and party .feeling eliminatetj he icrted that he believed, that every farmer and rancher present would '-.ivor a resolution endorsing the pact ind the audience showed by their ap- plause .-that they agreed with nis 'lew, The speaker further touched on the i avjous.arguments used.toy Mr. Good-.' eve throughout the pointin, out that he discussed everything els except the agreement HscIE.aud it probable effect on the community, I was shown that every single Indnstrj and the" province would' benefit bj the arrangement, lumbering by ob taining free access into Americai uiarkets without increasing one iota ilie competition by American lumber men in the Canadian markets, the fishing industry with free, access to tht> American markets, so groat a for the fishing interests at tbe that no opposition .speaker to date has ever disputed; ih-e mining nauslry of the Crow's Nest with the :rec admission of coke into Am- erican markets. It was a question ol Everything to Gain ind nothing to lose, and no rancher ir "business man present could vote against it without admitting that he ilaced parly feeling ahead of his own 'ersohal Interests. Af, tbe close of he meeting the chairman called for Users for reciprocity and everyono ti the room responded exceot one in- ividnal at the back. The meetinc howerl conclusively that tbe Wfndo- iere Valley is for Kins and recipro- ity. Duncan Marshall Formally Declares Fair Open OH, YOU FARMER! A Snap on Fanning Mills This is the" Wagon and Plow Seas- on. We have the best Feed Grinders, Hay Tools includ- ing Presses, Stackers, and Loaders, Forks, Slings, etc. Barn Equipments, Litter Carriers and Staunchions A full line of Buggies. Prices to v suit the buyer OH, YOU AUTO CRANK the 1912 Cadillac, but you don't have to. It is fully equipped with self starter, electric lights, gasoline guage and furnishes its own power. No magneto or battery expense All standard cars are foredoor with 36" wheel, brass or nickle finish, INSIDE LEVERS IS. PHONE 432 DEALER LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. grasses am alKo very much in dence, and the forty inch timothy is a centre of attraction. Without a doubt the Cowley district can take Its place with any of .tbe districts In Boutnern Alberta as a dry farmlnj; centre ami will du. much toward sc- )uring for Lethbridge the Dry Farrn- ng Congress for 1912. The ary of the Cowley Board, of Trade, C. Morrison, is In charge, and ha: i, fund information .for all visitor: calling at their booth.' THE MEANING OF A SMILE (S. B. Kiser) (Continued from Front Page.) its show the hind of yield to be ex ecteri in ibi.s district this fall. Jn irdcn vegetables, potntoes, sauash mum tiers, seven and one-half pound irnips, cauliflowRr and many other esetaliles are shown. A feature of e exhibit in a sandstone clock the famous Curmangay aandetone. iiich is a coiitrn of at traction. Cowley's Djipdy The Board of Trade have themselves uroud in their dis- play In Mm Dry Farming competition. While vegetables of'nearly every var- iety, and of tbe best possible appear- ance are shown, their exhibit. of a grain and crans display tlrnn tin.- others. Excellently wheat o.- both sprfnrc and winter variciiofl arc 'snown. while oats, Ilnx bnrlnr bold craina speak in many tongues, we men, Who do the work that men must (Io With sword and spade and plow and Afy language may.-be strange to yon, may not know when you complain, Nor comprehend when you revile; four preaching may be .all in vain, Hut we are, brothers when -we smile. I'be Malay may not understand When 1 explain to him my cree-d; Mongol, all unmoved and bland, May think that I ani mad, indeed; 3 them the words I use may'be A jargon fashioned to beguile, ,it they extend their hands to m An Invitation To All i We 'cordially invite all to visit Our Booth at The Exhibition The displny of tho different linos will prove interesting, and for the, asking 3-011 will get a very pretty fan and samples. THE AGRICULTURAL The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. T. H. MsCREAPY, Minagir, PHONE 555. And know my smile. meaning wlien I The spoken word may not convey The slightest meaning to our minds, lint from the coldest Lapland bay To where -Magellan's channel winds, From Gange-3 to the Amazon, From frozen Yukon lo the Nile, And from the Hudson to the Don There IE one meaning for n We speak in many tongues, we Who hurry after -wealth or fame; Your words may have no meaning when You give the stronger htame; Hut though his Innd Is not your Kind, You may be brothers for