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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday', Aiifiiist 25. inii. Old Smuggler ^islinguishing Features, Great Body and Age fl^ MixAc in the Glenlivet Dislrict of Distilleries in Scotland, from tlie fiiiot of Scotch iiarlcy. DIRECT FKOM I Craigdlachie - Glenlivet Distillery Co. BANFFSHIRE, 9>roprielors. VtD. Siinnllir.-: can be had fom C. C. PAGNUELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY., . LETIIBRIDGE, Sole Jloontu for ti'oioii ami DIaliict. Page t Citizens' Day At The Fair Was Trem-__endous Success (Continued from Front Page.) IS RECIPROCITY A MORALQOESTION? CMonlrenl Witness) We aro sonmliiiies asltcd wlicllior Ir la iiobln lo coiKx-iiHiite l.lio iiiiiiil of tlio iiatiOM on ii qiiH^tlon of roono-mlcs when tlicrn are so many moral issues cnllinj,' for alteniioii imtl bucIi Bysteniatic graft in parly goveruuniciu To Uiis llie flrsi ansiwor is lliat rcri-proclly is tlio finest inn liefore tlm country and liiat onr present moral e admitted moreover tii:\| govenimeiii ean-no( make people honoat Ijy Ian- i'veii rectors are very grateful lo him for hl.s material aBBlstaliee In making this pun of the program possible. They are also greatly pleased with (.ho manner In which tli'i bovH of the Dattory turned o\il for the occasion at. con-Bldorabki Inconvenience to themselves 'Itieir work was of a high order and the nultory is to lie comidimenled on Us efllcloney. The completed list of prize winners Is ay follows: Horses (Clydcsdalosl Chamidon stallion any age. championship e.iip valued at JUfi, prcBCiUed |l)y W'm. Oliver-D-ay Knight. I .Stallion, four years old or over- it. I{ Kniglit; 2, Mel-eiin; 3, \V, H ' I larvcy. ! stallion, three years old-1, J. A ismlth. Stallion, two years old^-1. Stewart Hanch; ;;, \V. T, McCaiightrey; Ed. ' Hodges. ! h'tallloii, yearling-1, McCimghtrev: Knight. ] llrocHi mare, with foal at side-1. i |\v, T. iMcCaugherty; 2, W. H. Harvey; ;i, Kd. ] lodges. I filly, three years old-1, W. T. -�Mct^aiigherty; 'Z, Kd. Ilcdge'3. j I'illy. two years old-I and 2, Ed. i lodges. I'Oal-1 and 2. W. T.  Mcf'augherty. Dry mare-It. Knight. Shires is to raise reventie for the country. People have almost forgotten thai l)nri)ose. day is to exclude the goods of other countries (hat certain pcrsouB in our onw may met more for theirs. Its 'elt'eci is to make the country a dear one lo live in, taxing all for the bene-fil of some. ']"he moment this process begin..; theie follows a general scram- der. ' hie tor licenses to tax the people. | stallion, yearling i I'lvery one who can goes in. Tiiese i^ �'� Hirio contending interests are iiece.ssarllv ; "rood mnre with foal at side-1, .I. 'selfish, and their rule is a reign of '^""'o'. and X, R. Knight,. IsclflslmoF.-!. There i.s nothing they i l'''ll.v, three jears old-], iirimshaw iwill not pay to Itcep in parliament , |ni.i,jorilies that will sustain them iiV '�"'^ old-1, Brimshaw privileges, so that the reign of,"'""^- l''illv. The object of a tariff In onr ' / 'lamPlon stallion, any age, cham- inonshlp cup valued at presented by ,lolm iirodie-S. Schroeder and Son. stallion, four years okl or over- 1, Schroeder; 2, Schroeder Bros.: :i. It. Knight. Si-dliion, three years old-1, Schroe- Brimshaw' reign si)eci:il interests becomes a reign of political cor:'u\ilioii. When ii- is ma-1 lerial and mundane interests lliat are i �.It !-take men seek to gain \iy mu-1 lerial liiid mundane methods and llu I'roiecllon from outside It. yearling-1, Brimshaw Bros.; ,J. Ii. Hlriq Ko-.xl -1, R. Knight; 2, ,1. B. Ririe. Dry mare-1 and 2, H. Knight. Purcherons Stallion, four yc.irs old or over-],; 2. (jco .Lane; 3, .J. C. if it wants to, which, as gnvernniv'nl i.^^ not better liian ilie people w ho;system of the country is make it, it seldom docs; witness the l'�'-~-�"t'd. disgraceful treat menU by parlluniem !'i^'npel it ion of llie fiuoElion of borse race gambling. Alter all. the way to ho boii , ^ est Is to do honestly the things one;""' protect them. Privileges! �l"lllon, yearling-1 and 2, R. Brad, has to do. Crovornment has to de- fs ever the mother of corruption lermino economic nuestions, and it' 9>>('oessos, moreover, become renders po^'sible eomhiu- iJrewry. ations against internal competition Stallion, three years old-], G�o. . jin orde:- to keep prices up as high asl^'"""; ^, W. U. Thorne. siiaw. the i "''"O'l mare with becomes the supreme interest of ihoi�oi"-ce of hitter dissatlslactlon. un-j ;re.-cl|,r()-cUy is eminently a moral question. It goes Indeed to the very core .mil centre both of national and of international morals. There are few questions that affect a man's wellheing that are not moral nueations. The venill-ntion of a church may seem to some (I merely worldly matter as compared with the snnctilles to which the church is consecrated. But the need ' of o.xygen for human vitality, and therefore tor vil.\I reli,;;ion is as much ! a divine law as "Thou Shalt love thy' .Vc'Khhor as Thyself" and the failure to supply It is therefore a sin the greatness of which is measured by t.Me greniness of tlie scaiitities im-l)erille:t. Hut when we come to He-clprociiy lis moral side is only too obvious. It is surely the first law of nations, as of men, that they should love one anoiher and liaMi Llama Half Hose, ^1 3 pairs for - - All Wool Half Hose, per pair :25c Coat Sweaters for Fall All the newest styles and prices $2.25 to $8.50 McGUIRE .�ling Clothiers Smallest colt, either se.\^-P. K smith. Cattle (SlAorthorns) Xai- 3 J> ^ ^-  rx 12 t tr Bull, three years old or more-1. .T. Si ny R. 'al and ?.')0 silver cup. I ^"11. ' Hest mare, any age-Flossy, owned i^'^dl-t>y ,1. C. Drewry, gold medal and $.")0 ' with'Sliver cup. ;well. t'ow was in all clia^c Winnipeg, Man, .Aug. 21.-luimndi-at.elv folhiv.infr; a c: nfcrcncc ,"-;ir 'iVillJam .\Iac' .--oiicitor Hunt will leave '"""'i assembled at any time in the lii'vl V ec'i li r Tnvonto to draw W) Willi counsel tin- irntatl'c agrcc-1111 Ills, I'll,' city has not icr'-.led from �its lenupr I'osition, which means {|,,,|ry in ("anada. Most of the .breed-i I llial Sir Williaii? is rcailv In have the lag is done in Albert-.a which has now ; l.(io',.s show seven per cent, instead nf lu'oliahly the finest collection of P-er-I on'v five which he ilcniaiidcd. Tlic,''heron horses in the world. two years old-1, R. W. Cnp.-one year old-1, R. \V. with calf -at foot-1 and 2, K. AV. Caiiwcll; lieiler, iwo \V. Caawell, 'teit(!', one W. Caswell, Dfiifer lalf. Iierd, bill RR>.'', owned :. (Uften Bro.i. years old-1 and 'J, r . ear old-1 nn X-l T osilion, which means ll, Herd, bull ai.d three of his get, ;iny-ago or se.v-1 and 2, R. \V. Caswell. Holstelns Hull, three ye;irs old or more-I. Colony Parin; 2, .iohnston Dairy; :', .1. l.eenwitk. Hull, one \ear-1, Colony ['"arm. Bull calf. IT'li-I, Colony Farm. Cow. will! ifili at foot or in milk- 1, 2 and .'i, ('i)l(in>' l'''arm. Ilei'-r. lv,(> years old-1 and 2, C.ol- JO n - T o l-i T-i t r a misunderstanding as to tlie obllgatloiiB assumed by the religious community in securing pnsse-a-sion of the land in qnestion. At present the buildings are utilized a.s a rovltl-.\te, whereas when thfl initial act ot transfer was passed in 18S7 11 wag Bpeclficniiy stated that tho fathers should conduct a commercial eol-lego, and It was on litis vnwlerstnnd-\n% I lint the land and buildliigs were " |Convoyed to them. .-\ clause wa-s in-jserted in the deed of transfer to the |oiTect that in the event of the falliers ceasing to conduct the Inslltutloi) as n coUeg*' for the training of the young i-i I' r- > i n Special-1 and 2, Colony Farm Ayrshlres Hull, llirec years old or niore-Nen-.s; 2. W. 1' Shuttleworth, Hull, two years old -1, R. .NeaK. Hull, one year old'-1, R. N'es?; 2, W. T, ShriltV,>werlh. Hull calf. l!il I 1, \V. T. .=lhiitllo-wortli: L', K, .N'esH, Cow with calf at foot or in milk-- 1, R. .N'es.s; 2 and Sliiiltlewort li. Heifer, luo yi^ars old -1, R. Xefis; 2, ShutKeworili Heifer, oiu' year old-I, \\. .N'ess; 2, W. T, Shiillleworth. the property should pass out of their hands and again come under (he control of tlie miiiilcliMlity. It is this ' ctaiise which the munlcliinllty now cites 111 fa\or of having'ihe fathers in despoiled of the land and huUdlngrt. -. , I he latter, however, whilst adniKllne iniit the laii'l and loiilding-.i originally came Into their \io'-sessiou '.ts n result of the deer! meillioncil by the pialntllTs, cite arotlnn' and siibB"i|ucut aei wheiy.hy the conditions of the lonni-r are ovei ridden and llie pro-I" ny definitely tnrn^d over to the I'eiigiouH comniiinlly to be used as a uoviltate. Ladies of Culture and Kefineinent; Use Salvia Hair Toiiic. It Makes tlie If air Beautiful. That Dandruff In cftUMd by g�nni is accepted by every ien�lble perion, .A.t last a remedy bM been discovered that will posltlrely dettroy thU pest. Dandruff is th� re*t Atl hair evils. SALVIA will kill the dRndrufI germs and remove Dandruff In ten days or monoy back. The .Alberta Dnig Co. guarantees It. It will grow hair, stop itching scalp, falling hair, and tTi�.ke the hair thick and abundant. It prevents hair from turning gray, and adds life and Vns-tre. 'salvia is a hair dressing that hni become the favorite with women of taste and culture, who know the social value of beautiful hair. A large generous liottlo costs only Pile, at leading rtriigglBts ovoryiwhere, and In Lethbridge by The Alberta Drug Co. The word ".salvia" (Latin for sage), is on every bottle. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A. !. Rarling, president of the Mil-wiiukfe railway, s-avr tlicre is nothing ill 111" report that his company will extend their lines into Canada. ,1. W, Nay, prominent financier ot" Regiiia, died yesterday, I'lugone I'Uy, who recently ninilo some exhibition aeroplane fHRlila tlirouv;h the west, lias captured sev-. enil prizes from the meet at Chicago. 'I'lirce tlioii.sand men, women and children at I'urccl, Okla , ohceri'd wlu-ii Carr, a neRto, was hutiwd to death on a bruiili lieap. lie '.van under charge ot assanltinR ^ wonirin. One hundred busint^ssnicn ol Winnipeg arc planning a Imsincss trip to KimUind. � OMNAOIAN AGENT, TORONTO. 03 ;