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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I'JIffC T.H.- Wn, Porter Rah inlay, 2fi. 1011 The New Is Now Open Arlington Hotel To Receive Guests New Furnished5 'Modern 125 Rooms All White Help Two Dining the American and European Plans Free 'Bus Meets All Trains Local Patrons of our Dining Room are creasing. Try it in- Corner 1st Ave. and 4th St. 2 blocks west of depot JALTORADO 1 PEOPLE HEAR i FROM MAGRATH Circular Letter Analyzed by Man who Received One Perhaps the one conspicuous frr.hire'is (lie fact thai, it is all anonymous. And could you blame tho author for being -ashamed? We don't. Today, hmvevei', we received a oil1- tlilar copy (torn the lion. And wr rnnnol Ijtil think ho would iiflve jm'ik'd more votes; i( it, (.00, had j been numi) mulls. He says, "A naliim adopts free trade in order thai hei citir.ens may------------- farm pi minds more cheaply." r" T fc, hut is this tin- only reason? Amused heiTiie Audience t.'ut here he cottlii have Icanied amongst many oilier rea.sons that we want a larger market am! competi- tion in freight rates. Hut win1 should GOODEVEHAS STRANGE IDEAS But did not Convince Any (Special (o the; Horald) Altornclo, Alia., AUR. What is the inattrt wilh us.' We have as neu a poMollice huildiiiji as any. Alid j'ist hrforc ihe election. This sutelyilie c.cunu out. here to leatn Hail he lool's had Istudied his own slaleinent even super-j The wheat is mosth read; now and illcially, he would have seen Hint if 'rally, nofcd In last the farmers rue all busy. jtht> one nation adopts tree trade (or patches, which was held in Utu Grand I The home of Herman Haaitcil was, ihis reason, lite other tniisl of ncccs- uwaire here when A. s. Lioodevu jei.lercd and the little tine called. And s'jty adopt it from other motives. [ppoke lor the first time to a Fertile j thus a child of trreat prrur.isc was Aqain he .says. "By removing Hie removed from our midsl. idtity from farm products, you reduce j The 3-1 u school district is at last j Ihe price uf farm products in Ihe !a reality. Too had that the com- t'niiaillaii inail-fl." This is a p'lier- jiiitsoe chose (he boundaries that al stateiift'tit and covers manv contii- j make our taxes (he higliesl without tions. some of which arc antithetical. any compensation in oilier ways, j If it he true tor the one it must, he reliitnlton ot reciprocity, tlie hope, of However, the showed their inaccurale (or the other, lie should all Conservative'leaden in Dominion Usual spirit of progress and teiraincil have litsl asked himself whether we politics 1111 to the. hour thai Sir from voting il down. jaic a nation of farmers or a nation "'lcl IJiurler announced' in the house Crowds continue (o attend the scr-1 without tanners and in either case Ottawa, that he had succeeded In vicess conmicten1 hy the Hev. Baker. J n hether we or some oilier iniliienee an agreement along tho; t'. t'. wears the smile controls -the price of farm products, that don't come off. And it was a .These, and manv other audience, in rufulation ot the past policy of his own party upon the trade pact, while was not very IliBtruclive. The largo aud- ience, composed of adherents ol' all pnrlies, expected to hear something ihe arguments set forth In loimm smvun in. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shortest Route to Lortdon on Sailings fromvMontreal: liOYAL umVAItl) SBPT. 6 HUYAIi (ilOOKCilC SBI'T 20 ItOVAl, 4 ROYAL. CHOROIC OCT. IS 'ROYAL I5I5WA1I1) NOV. 1 I1OYA1, CIKOKiiK.....NOV. 15 Rate! of P.ltKage: 1ST UPWARDS 2NI1 J53.75 ft UPWARDS 3HD Ul-ASS. flrlstol or L'don 131.26, Further information from S. Mitchell, Agent C.P.lly; 11. SlacliDlh, City '1'JckeL Agt.. N. Jly., or write Uo A. II. boy he wan led, tun (Kvjni; to die call as a rc- sull ot Hie eteclion, ;i niet'linp of Hie executive 01 the IJherul Association lines of all such propositions chum- JMonod Irnm Sir John down to Mr. itonlen Mr. Goodovo, being a new momber new man in the poli- llKii. too, he is afraid oi .the great of the country, H was expected tmir.t lip unswcix'd heiovt- nieni can he applied. American t-nists. There is the beef that he would giro his Pornlc hear was called last week and the busi- trust, the butter inisl, the trust, era some new ideas upon'the trade; ness reqiiirinp iminfdiaie attention n-Uling rust and lliii wheat, trust. Pact, Imt from st-.irt to finish he ad- done. They decided that iber of polling booths 1 wonder il Mr. MaErath sttir that 1 jrasture mindly ignorant of the fact some waggish newspaper yi-rib- had maile the pasloral aiorv ri- i awarcv not a sintile statement, thiit would have tn oi tin- fae.i that the great American hilil Illlf already been slated and re- lic established so as tn accommodate MilliiiR Trust, The I'illslniry, Wash- exploded through (lie voters oi the south We j burn, .Milling Company ui tlle understand thai they have made com-1 Minneapolis.'is a Hritish concern 7 lie relicilled plete aiTuitgciiirnis lo have all anyway, oi Alberia have but, as close lo a poll as is reason-! little to dread in this line so long as ably required, and ihe houmlark-s ofJMr. Hums i. :il Hie helm. K0t mixed hadlv different polhns will he an-j Miu. if wo wndc through this, ar-'trying to explain 10 Ms caufminlnp nounceri as soon as possible. They j Uric by article, to the rrnl, will bow II. was ilial ihe coa'l failed a mceUng of the Association I hccumc tediuus. There is, however, operators or the Maritime provinces one item. down the line that is interesting, lie is afraid of ihe "twelve favored nations.'' For the .sake of arguuwni let us suppose thai cvpn vicious or worse, Kcniie coa, Illiners llvAl thcre I10 tun.. will, .now have to revise that it. will result utler aunibila-'reduction at nil'on iioal hero, and that, vuiir views recijirocify, Gerry, or tion for 1.18 if we neighbor with the tlie reduetion of the duty on cokn I nited .States does it follow that would not helii the coal market on Canadian. Do you know you can now travel between .Canada and England hy the old reliable Ctinard Line direct. Canadlin wrvicn sailing from Montreal- London anil, Southamptou? To London 3rd class ocean From London Cabin (one clais) A (if The excellence of service for which tho line is so well known Is being maintained in its Canadian Service. For filll particulars apply to any Cunanl Line Canadian Ssrvice agetu, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. Can. West, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. lor this Tuesday. Mr. I'ooki' was in Lrthbridgc re- ccr.tiv on business and much to his s irprisc and pleasure he was swept in as j, delegate lo the Tory convcn- solidly Jiyamst reciprocity lie- cnuac it would ruin tin- coal indus- of that [inrt of Canada, by tho reduction oC the duty, while on the oilier hand ho undertook to tell the will Aceoi n ig Ui Mrsj- (irundy, wedding it may not lie benevolent RAYMOND MEN HEAVY WINNERS Raymond. Aug. hor- und Tlic-J. T. of ,Hoxemon, Mont., for is.a visitor to Ihe fair (oday, enroutc for [.'alaary where he goefi to aBsLsl tor mare and foal, foal, dry mare t u re e-y ear-old and second dry mare. Kaymond Knight got all the (nines in the Suffolk Puucli class, irrigation Congress a't Madison "lcJi a His stallion was first, dry mare first, Square Gardens, .New York City. ol bells will ring soon for the first time J wilh some others? Might nol an.'.-mgsr us. And ihe same dame highly (ip.sir.thic even fi vitally nuc'cs- nat of not only the sa'ry for us to trade with some of public, i.ut also the clergy has be'; there, as Holivia tor example? True, to co pitler pat. jthat enlire nation is not now worth Reciprocity seeing to he the only! as much to us as a quarter sect ion question of the fjour. Ami it. .is sur- of Alherla prnirie, hut then, perhaps prising how hard" if is to get an ar- we will Juid much there thit't will-add east- greatly to our health, our comforts to tntde. "ie allowing it be tlle of t-oke from Pennsyl- vaniti. la almost the same sentence .spoke ot the closing down of tlio liranby smelter, which threw hund- red a of workmen out of employment, bec-iiiise the high rate of freight pro the use of that same Pennsyl- vania coke. 1 He did not mention the ruin which les. refuse to be f arid our nk-asures. Then, too, (here hcv nrrln the Well, as an Enpllsh- guard" Tor-j nian put it yesterday, she will nol There are some, however, in c-.irry coals to Newcastle. i nis pending trade past Hie g colt first, yeaning first, and Inhibit is under the direction of Prof, j tnere were seconds for "dry )nare, late of Montana State Agri- j whnin hereditary influence is too j -We arc in-accepting tins taking ihe tax oiT thai, article both would bring fruit industry, a jiet theme early in the contest, and undertook to'' show how tho removal of duty rough lumber going into the LT, S. i-earung first, occupied an important pla-'e in the :tnei'c were seconds for dry )nare, iai1' .DLHLC j ...HLH.MI.I; ii ino -nt- ;Uu in net cnhlpq nnd Mrrlpri nff a colt and yearling. (Cultural College, but is being planned strong to be overcome in one circular of Mr. Magralh's as em- ways instead of only the uae way as .taoies ana ca.nea on a, Brog ,n fhfi arranged, at Calgary by j. P. Xash.; tion. If only Darwin bad discovered best and all the best'HI present, that wav aRiiiner tho number of prizes. The Clyde suUlion anr] drafl wlnninR .whn has earned an international repu-1 thfs species (j ,s in thc -rEU 'Canadian mill man, would "ruin the "Baron's Quality" owned hy the jaur first in the Shirt-, yearling sial- as "the hayseed ariisi." Mr. The twict ;1 UTck majl scrvjcc R B. C. lumber men; He bad somo- j man-united none too .soon, Kostei- and Hordon and to Knighi Sugar Co., was the champion lion, three-year-old filly in his class anri was much admired hy iuiv and vear-oid filly. visitors to the stables during lair. He is a bay with four two-year-nld j tlils had wide experience In For grades. _decorating with hay, grains and grass- seconds came their way and es Ibis Cana-dUin exhibit in the te were for brood mare wlih ,care Ille Brothers care i prove Ills unin Thoa. T. tion of land valued at an acre, but the told the Herald reporter that [M was not nearly as rich anil as that leet --and weishs JiOi) pounds. Other foal, and dry mare. winnings in tins class by the Knkht In addition to the-heavy classes, Kngar Co. were first for dry r.vjre Raymond also showed thoroughbreds. and second for yearling stallion. (nf "Herman owned by Ray the Shire class this company got first. Knistu, received second; D. H. Kin second and third for dry mares, first sey'g "Doctor Tom" was third, and and third for foal, second and third J. E. Ellison's "Fangs" second. tor brood mare with foal at side, and; Un the whole no one town the vicinity of Lethbridze. .M ttttrd for stallion four years old. ing at Lethhridge fair carried off asj-Xflsh has made a specialty of exhibi- In the Belgian class M, V. Cannon's much monev in the horse class taking sixty prizes ?.t ;i was conspIcuoii-3, winnins: four snowed in as many different classes s'nsle Bozeman fair and }J.- firat, and a second as follows: Firsts as Raymond. in prize money at Helena Stato __ ___________________________________ ;fair last year. The visitor expressed -pimself as favorably Impressed with 4 V7 (Southern Alberta and predicted a "Ol making lileratuie there openin proeity. This hciiiR true, is it any Uio "people, market to the is no womlor that the progress of thr Lib- ;poople of Canada was go- _____ oral party can be compared to'noth- with.grain, ing to aptly as an avalanche NOW THE GREATEST-TENTED EXHIBITION IN THE WORLD 4 BIGSHOWS IN ON E TIMES ITSL'FORMER SIZE EVERYTHING NEW THIS YEAR BUT THE TITLE WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT TWICE DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M. ao Big Feature 2 Herds ELEPHANTS IOO Beautiful Horvea 100 thetland Ponlej EXTRA! ADDED! EXTRA! Till 9lWild Ind Domestic AnimnlA carried by thov now la bo with OENTtlY IHOt. ALL NEW FOTUHC FREE STREET PARADE Which POSITIVELY takei place, rain or shine, A. M., Show Day SOLID Mll_e: OF GOL.D AMD DOOMS OPCH'rOK INlPtCTION Or MCNtatftlCAT 1 AND T f. M. COMMIMOea 1 HOUH UATER ICP.R. TAKES OVER QUEBEC RAILWAY SAVED FROM AN OPERATION LOYALTY TALK IS MEANS TO AN END r By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Pooria 111 to'l6beveryone know what Lydia K. re'me- rnc. For two years I suffered. The doc- tors said I bad hi- mors. and th'e only remedy was tlie sur- geon's knife. II y mother bought me Lydia E. F'infcham's Vegetable Com- w'ork together to secure prar-tical pro- convinced a single man in an iutelli- j Sherbrooke, Que., Aug. announced that the agreement ihe Quebec Central Railway rectors and ihe Canadian Pacific Hail- I way company, under which the Canad- ian Pacific obtains an interest in the Quebec Central Railway, was finally completed yesterday by Sir Thomus i Shaughnessy. The agreement is of a provisional character and subject to the ratification of the security hold era of the Quebec Central and legis- lative approval. U !a not ed to make any change in the manage-1 me. VourtLiver Pills IISTS no presed hard for protection against Hri-.a success. MEDICINE HAT EXHIBITION Aug. 29-Sept; 1 1911 Fare jnui One-Third for the round trip. BETWEEN STATIONS Calgary to Swift Current and to Lethbridge. DATES OF SALE August 2Sth to September 1st. FINAL RETURN LIMIT September 2nd, 1911. For further particulars apply to C.P.R. Tgents, or to R. G. McNEILLJE, Oist. Paisenger Agt., Calgary, 31n-n THIS NOTHING NEW LiyeriKOl, Aug. Liverpool Daily Post-.Mnrcury..regarding Right .Hon. Joseph Chamberlain's preface to upon a substantial unity of larrifs Uio own nrgtimeiils. JAn-hdencou Cunningham's book on the with z clrc.umstantml variety of; As n voin catcher tho inooMnp wag jcasc ngainst free "trade, says that rates. The Gazette comments that a failure but ;IK ;tn nniusement for'.Mr. Chamberlain hfis nothing new to news Hrkish preference fl im Of jiconlc who want the dutyjlell. "The oraelo apparently has not ahouItl'Vnd Tori- whip IIP -r.'.sl havn access quof3d--ngur.es'fronr the last UI drawing card for Canada at, lo-nll ll.at ran he .said against reL-i-.Hook to: that .the opening'- of eastern States CoiisresE. Xash has a quarter eec- five miles from ca'tUci ;hogs. and Armour can- ned beef. Tlie audien'ce took these !mc-at new and with the most disheart- ening unconcern, not seeming to care a raj) about, all- the blm; ruin pictured em by en is renegade from the of reciprocity as advocated vind legislated by all thc lenders of hfs party sint.'3 the time he wore knee London, Aug. Westminster PanlB. 'Am[ w'ent to senool under Gazette anent the Chamberlain pre- "le danger, all the tinift of Jn.ce, says; "If anyone wants to see RU this ruin comin? down upon him clearly the case against free irade while going to school or coming and appreciate what it really means Home. leads to, we advise him to look he held bis trump card to the Times "iirUCle by G' in Ulc lofit'and when lie played the aniicxa- Concerning the Canadian Hirers' associations, the Cn Man.ufac- site pro- lion nee uanied it the old upon the table and accom- Largest and .Moat Modern Steameri in Cnnadlan Trade. NEW S. 3. LAURENTIC NEW S- S. MEGANTIC About Unsurpassed Accommodation for All Classes. fl.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S; CANADA. Oue-chiss Cabin (called second Tho beat on Ihe shir, at moderate rates. Third class 'fllso; berthed in com- fortable rooms. 2fi, Sept. 23, Oct. 21. 2, Sept. 30, Oct.. 28. !t, Oct. 7, November 4. IB, Oct. M, Nov. 11. Sailings from Boston. New York and Philadelphia to Queension. Liverpool, Plymouth, Cherbourg South- ampton, London, Dover-and Antwerp, by American Line. Atlantic Transport Line. Leyland Line, Red Star Line and White Star Line. W. M. McLEOD Canadian Western Passenger 333 Main Street, S.E. Corner Portage WINNIPEG, Ave., MAN. CANADIAN PACIFIC dies done for di-ees delivered before the Vancouver For tWO Teai'S lont "i :._ _.n convention last. J-MI-: n skv displny is !in" lhc hl! fomjiass and slop- "Let us all ho hcsan v.-ithout liavins in Rowley's aml Imperial union are but a means pound, and today I f toward nn end, the end being pro- am a healthy of the manufacturers. "He has man. For months [no politics other than protection ami 1 suffered from in. that no one else His as- off they htiy which dooa not compote with what, is produced here, and also taken off by the Am- erican government upon what rhey nammation.andyoiirSanative Wash re-jsbciatlon is very imperial but it has want to 5C" Across the line, it wa: 'ment or the independent operation I Die Quebec Central. This agreement will involve a transfer of the Board MV in 111 wive udiiaiei in i ne ooara i _j-i. ,1, of Directors fron, to C.n.da. equal as a catliiirtic. Any one wishing Itish manufacturers proof of what your medicines hare (compete Canadian us policy GOVERNOR.GENERAL VISITS THE RIFLE RANGES i Ottawa, Aug. Ejcellfncy jlhc Governor-General and party this laflornoon at three o'clock vliltert the (ranges and received Col. Hughes, the president, who lias reach- ed'here, anct hy other officials. They wore shown all over the and took great interest In watching ihe men shooting in the various ranges. His Kxrellency will he isiicd to pre- sent the prizes and to thc winners tomorrow afternoon .it the i pavilion here and 'he ia particularly husy at present there arn tJjat. he wUj content to do this. Von can use ._. _ .....ny way you wish, ami Iwillbe glad to answer Mrs. CimsTixA REED, 105 Mound St., J'eoria, [II. Another Operation Avoided. New Orleans. years J suf- fered from severe female troubles. Finally was confined to my.bed and the doctor said an operation wan rieces? siiry. I gnve Lydis E. I'inkhara's Vei- Compound a trial first, ann s saved from an u-herever luliistry they i and studied thc proceedings of the imper- ial conference. We trertted lo frequent familiar complaints that Brt- jtaiii alone refuses to enter any traria j policy wifii tho rest of empire. jThe Oracle evidently flatters himself upon the fulfilment, of his earlier pro- phecies, hut very wisely he refrains from making any mention of dying I "If Chief Kohler had only 25 crntB policy so hard and so'would he sleep on tho quarter idustrics which persist in flourishini tar that it his produced a revolt blinding flush followed. although doomed bv the czar." among the farmers of Canada. confess that we can sec neither in- ternal peace for any state of tho empire nor permanent unity between the different states if this gentle- man's idea prevail. They are. Idens which mean strife for privilege." LEAVES HUSBAND TO Set THE WORLD n. _.'.', an on the Ttir- The gnat ToltiiM of nnio) cited tm, timonr constant T ponnnir In u J that K Pinkhum's "I" l.-ywr-old bndo of n Veiretahle Compound U a monthn, has lone off to tec the rnmtAjtnr tho.w distressing femlnlnn It in Mid. accompanied hy n illii from which so many wonwn iuKet, girl chum. Florence Cheesenun. SHOE POLISH c Needs just n dntib, n you hnvo n Itist- M ing nncl easily revived sliinc. Polo comes iii theJUGbox. Atnllgrocoranndshoostores. "Good for Ihe ;