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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TMK LKTHHKinGK DAILY Wednesday, August 1911. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA seems to bit the vrigit spot. It a a gnat food for husky young: ath- letes satisfies the appetite digest: anadeiicivus NIMOSE nwu's MCIA? PINCHER PEOPLE WANT RECIPROCITY CLIFFORD SIFTON OPENS CAMPAIGN Ingrrsoll, Aug. 22.-H0n. Clillmd Siltoii uiipnril his anti-reciprocity War-j campaign here toniglil wilii u iidiciici' to hear Mm. Kuvly clilws Mr. Siltoii tout iil mnde at Sim-j lurp! liis Hntiher Creek, Aug. Mb- Association of this towu has boon quietly lint energetically doing work for their candidate, Dr. nock, not only in community of rinclter ('reek, but in every son Ion ot the district for miles a round hern. What formed a portion ot their IT- j em, cent labors was the organization of n assocituloo at Beavor jfast weok. On this occasion lea were delivered by the rant'iiii'.lr..--- with Mcsurs. Hobl. Homier-! ol vccip.ccily were so obvious lhal :eou oud A. N. Mount, president of i they needed no reiteration. I he line Liberal association of this place j Minister o! I he. Interior paid euiisid- i'l'ho officers elected for this newlv j prahle attention to tilt' manufactur- iiormsxl organization were: S. 'ald, president: B. Luuyurin, vice- preeUK-nt; A. W. Hawea, secretary- treasurer, while the L'.vecmive coin- 'mutee consisted of C. (J. Cnrrie, J. U. Crosby, Tom Lowry, Cleo. Ballitn lyne, A. Hamilton. IV. T. HajciHon Tlie 1'rimi! Minister had mode 11 reciprocity liis sole topic and yet, lie ihatl not atteiniilwl lo elueidiile. Hi" ''statement had heen that the henelils inn side of Hie issue. -Sir Wilfrid hail siiiil Hint lie was mil injuring; Hie the m.iiitifactlirer nor would lie (In so. But he also said that hi- would not 'alter the tiscal policy a coin- mission, yet he had dune so. And the. mild lie so great, if reci- Iprodly went into efleet that the pre- mier would lie unable 10 keep his llot on ttle sreat promises. This the speaker showed 'issue, reciprocity, but deslt with iic about by coiulitions m nf Sir Wilfrid Laurlcr. lvhicll .arise in Canada. lie would assume that the Uniteil States would not use pressure oi any The Canadian farmers would ____ lv clmt with Dr. Warned; last find '.lie surplus products of foreign Sf Paul A.UE Fdward correspondent found him the countries destroying his home nrar- Candidf I iTurkish emhassy at Berlin, will be political contest that has me, !ol- ho ,0 sen. long Inuried on August 24 to Miss Jose- litany elecuoa for the Lonunons m staml for (his jpliine Kalman oi this city. BlacQiio and iliss K.ilman met In Berlin two years ago, when the young lariy was visiting the family of Secretary Gustav Scholle of the ericao emb'assy at Berlin. Miss Kniman is prominent in St society. (TURK TO WED AMERICAN GIRL w. 0. McDowell, W. J. Soucy and P. i 'MitcUell. The iiddi-osses at the meeting touch- ed not only on the great question issue, reciprocity, but with act in jut si nit ion of. Sir Wilfrid Uinrier, which has made Cltnada the .prcapcr- oils couniry it Is today and ilie mag- net, of civilised world. t While an old time friend- j kind. witiiin his recollection. And his sup-' ____ _ ,_____ i W1UK IN CASH PRIZES FOR BEST BEEAD AT LETHBRIDGE FAIR MADE FROM OUR FLOUR prize list write us for full information. ENTftlES FREE number present, were even more jov- ully conffdeiu ilmii ?i6 doctor him- were such a condition of affnlw without demanding Hint the protec- tion upon manufactures be removed? Tht1 piu'ty had taken its lift1 in its hands in an effort to save pos-slble. j inc inainifacliircr and his operatives j Looiung at the struggle in as far as well as the farther of Canada. If as the M.icleod constituency is wpre dcieateil, they would have j cerned, and making allowance for (jnp lpssori] one" icsson would ery possible adverse contingency, Dr. probablv do would he no Warnock. without the shadow ot a j doubt, will make the poll on day top heavy with the votes tbaf lree tratle elevate him to the honorable and trustworthy position of federal repre- sentative for this riding. Just as H was at Beaver Mines and at every point in the Paiss, "Recipro- city" is and will continue to he the watchword and slogan on all aides. The association here is arranging tor meetings to be held from now on till election day. Dr. Warnock, mean- while, is here, there and everywhere tnroughout the district. one left to (ight agiimst continued Von cannot have a free trade dumping ground for agricultur- al produce and a protected closed market fnr manufacturers. Kvery man with a Irvrl business head must set; thnt such n proposition is declared Mr. Slt'ton. Donald Sutherland, the Conserva- i live candidate, was the only other speaker. He dealt entirely with tin1 reciprocity issue also, ami was ac- corded a good reception in this rid- ing, where he has already fought nul won some memorial battles. Or. Cafe- ;chair. on tlu, j erals. notably Mr. D. C. Wilson, AN EXHIBITION OF FROST DID NO DAMAGE AT REGINAi glna. Aug 22.-A. F. Bantle dcp..- iy minister of Agriculture. IR or opinion that the two degrees ot frost registered here last1 night, would do maiuger of the Inger.soll Packing Co.., no. appreciable damage .to the grain aj onp (jmc was pj-oposcd as a in its Present staye To in. the milk stage the frost wo.uld make difference In the grade, but would not effect the yield: To "grain which is well hardened, such as is the aver- jjj j George Xeilsoti was sent to Central Prison from SiUiH Sic Ma- age around Regina, it would make no difference. The frost will not appar- ently affect either the. grade or the I HP -stealing money from hospital yield around flegina. 'pationts. FAR When you can order Any Kind of Bread, Cakes or Pastry from The City Bakery Where you get the best quality Phone 1181. Be: ide the Fire Hall "MILADI" BRAND CLOTHING for WOMEN Fall 1911 Suits and Coats of Tweed Serge Velvet Suits 15 up to Coats 10 up to Panama Skirts to Voile Skirts, up to We want you to see these Gar- ments and compare Values with other Brands PSON CO. PRAISE FOR EXHIBITION; FROM PROF. KES COUNTRY TOO To the citizens of Lethbridge the many compliraeniaijy expressions :iassed by the visitors to the fair on the new grounds and Buildings is a source of great satisfaction" for it is pleasure to know that others Iw- sides themselves feel that Lethorhlge ias made a good start in. Us endeavor io place Lethbridge among the hest ,n regard t9 accommodation for exhi- mi-Jii purposes. The opinions of nese from a distance particularly are worthy ot note, and among those who Have had -a kind word to say for the new home of Southern Alberto's pre- mier exhibition is Prof. C. W. Buffum, ndge of the seed grains and grass exhibits. Speaking to t.he professor yesterday arternoon as hc sat in the main build- ing he commented on the excellent provision which has heen made for the future of the .society and said in tne course of his remarks: "1 must compliment tbe directors and citi- zens of Leihbridge on t.beir fine plant ivere. H Is a credit to the. city. In- deed ir. would he a credit to a city many times the size of This main building'is away ahead of what one usually expects to find in a growing western city, and it cer- tainly shows the .faith you people have In Southern Alberta.. after having seen the country nrst hand I must ,aay that T do not think that confidence has been mis- placed, and it. will not. be many yearn, before Lethbridge will have need of Jiidt such fine fair buildings as this olie. Southern Alberta is making a name for itself on this continent and is becoming well known as an acrU cultural country through the States. You are getting aome of -our best. people and they all seem to be satis- fied to remain here. And no wonder: vlt that exhibit o? grain, grasseft 'and vegetables. Of course it Is early [yet Cor such produce as tliat. but I !don't believe I have ever seen a bet- iter collection anywhere.. Soil condl- 'tions in Hiis country are excellent )or agriculture. Canadian wheat IIDB {made -a name for itself the world over and Alberta is in the van now." The professor went to explain that the further north that wheat IR grown, within the limit of the whoaf. growing area, the better 'sample of product may he expected. That is the reason that better wheat U Brown in Canada than in the U. S. And that, is the reason the American millers want our wheat. Professor Buffum made a careful uludy of the science of Breeding Griijni to obtain the best results, and the nernld asked him if he thought thai Alberta Red wheat could be improved. I think so, -Almost nry ovatn can be improved -In quality endeavoring to adapt It to the toll AAd climatic district, in which it fs grown. WMlP It might not be Improved, so much in quality I am sure that it could 1m adapted to this soil and climate to give even better satisfaction than it does Prof.- Buffmri !s now ex'peTini anting with several grains in the state of Wyoming and claims tiiat fie.has pro- pagated a grain which will revolution- ize fodder proposition for cattle and sheep feeding in his state Kegarding Lethbridge's chances for the Dry Farming Congress for 1912. thinks they are very good, judg- ing hy the exhibits at the exhibition, and the more that, the Lethbridge district ha-3- made for Itself at prev- ous meetings of the Congress. Ho also thinks it would be a good proposi- tion to have a meeting of the con- 3s In Canada some time soon, and has very little doubt that the energy of tbe Lethbridge people will result n their landing the congress for next rear as they hope to do. lost interesting tales of a dog's loy- altv is being told here about, the big, St." Bernard owned by Patrick J. But- ing. The well is IS feet LICKING The Face of His Master, Big St. Ber- nard Brings Htm Back to Ifrockton, Mass., One of the but the faithful dog, standing guard over him, evidently licked'his face and hands. It ifi believed that this treatment did much to cause Butler to regain his sense and: possibly, saved his life. With bis regaining partial conscious-1 ness Butler took hold of the dog's col- lar and the latter started to drag him toward home. Butler was too 'weak to cry out, .but a passerby discovered the dog and his master and summoned help. VAST FORTUNES TO BE MADE IN New York, Aug. Coffee one of the wealthiest men in Sydney Australia, arrived in New York yes- irday. Coffee, wbo is making business trip around the world, sale- today: "New York is a wonder ant my adopted courttry, Australia, is another tout Canada, which have just visited, has possibilities urj dreamed of. Vast fortunes will bt made .there every year." Barney News Miss Nettie Nolan, of Rochester, Minn., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Ins. Nolan. .Jos. Brooks is building a fine house on Ms preemption. Mr. I.ongacre has just finished his new well so as to have plenty of wa- ter to supply his engine for ler, who at an early hour today was knocked unconscious ou the road by man supposed to be a rohher. While Butler, accoffipiinied by the St. Bernard, was on his way iiome he was struck on the bead by a stone with sufficient force to render him unconscious. The dog drove the assailant away and for more than an hour stood guard over his helpless master. During all this time Butler was unconscious and iri grave danger, Hircsh- and has seven feet of waler. Mr. Domay and Mr. Copciand are cutting grain and we cvpwt all the other, farmers in the vicinity will be cutting in a day or two. Harden truck has nvonders at Harncy this year anil n good many of the neighbors have taken an interest in flowers, especially some of the bachelors. Only last Sunday two The Ladies Lethbridge May Now' Have Beaii- liful Hair. The Alberi- -fa Drug Co. Has the Article and Guarantees It to Grow H air, or Re- fund Your Money. The Alberta Drug Co., backed up by the manufacturers of SALVIA, the Great Hair Orowe'r, guarantees it to grow hair. SALVIA destroys Dandruff in ten. days. The roots of the hair are so nour- ished and fed that a new crop of hair springs up, to the amazement and delight of the user. The hair U rawie soft and fluffy. Like all American preparations SALVIA in daintily per- fumed. Iu is hard to find an actress who does not use SALVIA continu- ally. Ladies of society and Influence uso no other. SALVIA is a non-sticky prepara- tion, and; is -the ladles' favorite. A large, genero'us bottle, nOc. The Scoheli Drug Co., St. CAtbariaes, Can- adian distributors. lady visitors were seen leaving Mr. Copekiiiri's each with a huge bouquet. UTr.s. Geo. Cnsper has just returned froi.-l visiting her mother in Taber. The dance at E. T. Odnxark's Fri- day night was well attended. ,f. E. Davis was a Taber visitor Monday last. S. 0. Westre has. returned Irom Medicine Hat. Alex. Grumlslrom has just had the lumber hauled for his new (jrnnary. The stork visited the district and left a nine-pound 'girl at Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Mycr's. Miss Susan Iflll has just, returned from a two months' visit at Grassy, Lake. IM HOOD FLOUR Tbe qutlity BoMn Hood Floor relteu superior' milling mcibodt employtd In in Iron Sukitcbcwin. on be obuined Iron oilier win but Sold on i moncv-btck ninimt. Robin Hood Flour MADE IN MOOSE JAW ;