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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August THE LETHBRIPCE DAILY Yards at: Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston P loneer im m umber Yards Mail Lethbridge Yard 418 5th Si S. General Office 418 5th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades low Prices Complete Stocks Yards at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Claresholm Nanton High River RCIPROCITY MEETING AT MAGRATH (Continued from Front Pago.) for a few momenta on the annexation argument advanced by the opposition, iiltltoiifih it was really "unworthy of Hie consideration of intelligent men." Ho declared that the whole, thing was (in insane notion concocted 'by the op- ponents of reciprocity as a blind for the people of the east. Liberals wero as loyal as the Conservatives. After Mr. 'Shepherd had concluded jila speech the Candidate Was Introduced Ho was warmly applauded. In open- ing his remarks Ai'r. Buchanan paid a glowing tribute to the Magrath dii- tricl and the splendid crops that were evidence. With the great crops How on the field comes the question ;cr how shall the wheat be harvested. ifi'his brings one up to the great before the people of Canada, that of reciprocity. He advised the elect- ors to study the question from all and if this was with an RAYMOND BUDGET Raymond, Aug. Mr. and John Pace, ol Castloton, Utah, .Mrs win unbiased mind, he was sure that they ivould line up with those in favor of h bigger market within a tew miles of our very doors. lie came before j the electors as the representative of the party that had negotiated tho agreement, and honestly believed that was in the best interests not only of the farmers of Canada, but the Do- Jninlon as a whole. The prosperity of the country is based on the success of the crops of the farmers. It tho farmer prospers, everyone pros- pers, iinii Jhe argument .of. the Tories that (he pact will cripple tho indus- tries of our country was sVown to be hiost illogical. We want the people, tho tillers of the soil, to people this vast west. If the people -arc here to liuy. the manufactures will come as ft natural result. British Preference Touching on the British preference fhe speaker pointed out that it would be in no way interfered with, tho ar- rangement- with the United States :is solely in farm products, where- liave been visiting Mrs. Pace's sister. Mrs. II. Kinscy, left Saturday lor their home in Utah; Little I.eona Strong, who was kick- ed by a colt last week and severely injured, is now making rapid recov- ery. Miss S. Withcek, of Spring Coulee, spent yesterday in Raymond with her I sister, Miss M. Witbeck, returning this morning. Dr. J. S. H'ray was. in Cardston Friday night looking after Dr. Lynn's patients during the latter doctor's absence. The eighteen months' old child of Mr. and Mrs. of Raymond, ia seriously ill with a complication o! whooping cough, pneumonia, and con- vulsions. Dr. Wray is in attendance. Bruce Mackic, of Arnprior, Out Missionary, has come to the west for (lie lHinc.1l of his health, and will visit with SJr. Tail for the remain- der of the summer. A goodly crowd of Raymond people took in the Lethbridge Fair. A few of ihem became too intimate with I'iram Walter and brought no honor to the sugar town by their actions on the return journey. Dr. 'S. Stewart and E. C. Mc- Kcnzie, lawyer of I.cthbriilge, were in town Saturday in the interests of C. A. Magralh, Conservative candi- date, in the forthcoming election. We are unable ti.i learn 'whether or'no't a field tillery manoeuvres at the Lctfcbridge .Kaymond Hotel and nursing a brolc- Fair, came hack Saturday. Major, en arni. Lasl wed; on (he De Loss Stewart, speaking witjl the Raymond Lund ranch, 7 miles south-east of reporter, made an unsolicited remark town, he was assisting in the break- to the effect that they were the best .ing of a-colt hitched to a hay wa- bunch of horses ever hitched to a.'gon. Holding the animal by the head :but-Mr. Smith's recovery was more rapid than anticipated, and he was 'able to leave Gait Hospital for his own' work on Thursday last'. meeting has hcen arranged. Miliari ;lirown from his rig in Letlibridge ast week, sustaining a broken leg, returned home Saturday. It will be as that with Britain affected by the jjrefttreiiee- was almost' entirely made up of importations of manufactured articles. Tho Liberal government bad brought, in the British preference end this alone was sufficient proof pf their loyalty. Mr. Buchanan then tlwelt for sonva time on the agree- ment from a fanner's standpoint, and Bhowotl that in all products grown on the farms of the west there was a chance for the farmer to benefit by wider market. Not atone In wheat was the pact a boon to the farmer, su.t in barley, which clin be success- fully grown in this country, and which is in great the brew of tile United States. The cattle men were in favor of it because it would increase the price of their beef air. .Ironsides, of Winnipeg, had de- clared that his company would pay 15 per head more for cattle if the agreement was passed. In like man- ner Mr. Buchanan made a dfctment of the inconsistency of tho Tories. They were not all In opposl lion to the pact. An illustrious ex- ample to the contrary was In the per son of Mr. Haullain, who had co'me out strongly In its favor, because i was a good thing for Canada. In conclusion Mr. Solicit tho votes of the people on the merits of the agreement, and not on personality or party. Mo pledged him self to work for the reduction of the tariff on farm machinery and cement If elected. When he resumed his seat he -was greeted with prolonged ap- iJrief but telling speeches were also delivered by Mr. Morgan, a farmer of Saskatchewan and an old-time Tory; II. Ostlund, of Lethbridge. and P. H. Turner. After tho meeting the organization of the Liberal association was af- fected for the year. The voting re- sulted In-the following being elected without opposition: President, F. H. Turner, re-elected; vice president, J. J. Head; secretary treasurer, James Staeey; D. H. Bingham, W. He.-.thershaw, John Turner, Uaniel Crookston, Ben Matkin, P. G. Ularke and A. O. Rich. Mr. Turner offered his office as a committee room which was thankfully accepted. After a few Instructions liiid bean given by Mr. Shepherd tho meeting adjourned, determined to fight, first and last for the election of W. A. Buchanan and the cause of Western Canada. remembered that Mr. Nalder's frightened at the Alexandra team car, lar is now on '-Hit began to run away, and in the n el-proiessor of Brig'i-jnijjMip Mr. Johnson was thrown to over ight arm and breaking it between the shoulder and elbow. It was expected that-Rev. J. Afiam. lecture tour, coming! Smith, 13.A., of .Boundary Creek, who w v- II...... in. miiiar, an el-prolessor ol ling-' mix-up Mr. Johnson was throwi H. H. .Naldcr, of 0 Bncn Naldcr, Young University and the Lat-'! the ground, the vehicle passing nerchants 01 Raymond, who was tor Day Saints' College at Salt Lake 'nis right arm and breaking it bet MAJLBAG STRAYS ;AWAY DOWN ENGLISH CHANNEL POLICE COURT The busiest spot in the city these mornings is the police court, and the cadi sits In state for two hours at least, every srjasm. It is the aftcr- jmith of tho great exhibition, and the [chief says that everything will be toued down to normal in a few days. A long list of booze artists held down the bunks in the cells during Sunday, and appeared for -breaking the-D. and D. by-law before the magis- trate this morning. It vas-vcry limits-' ing to hear the pleas of tho.first ap- pearance class for mercy, their regu- lar story being that two drinks at the very most was all that passed their lips. Evidently they only remember- ed two, but they will remember the three dollars and costs handed out quite as long! Loo Wung started something that he couldn't finish last night at Wing's restaurant-and this morning was fin- ed one dollar and cu's'ta. D. .1. Russell, the medium.and mag-i notic healer, promised to pull' stakes i and seek another climate Inside twen- ty-four hours, so was dismissed. A blind man, Thos. ap- peared on the charge of rolling a drank the other evening, relieving him of nine ten spots. The case was partially heard this, morning but some of the witnesses did not turn up, go j the case was adjourned till tomor- row. Citv, Utah, lectured- in Raymond last week on "Human Dr. Mji- throwing him and his family out of Hie buggy. The horses, 31 head in number, loaned liy Raymond Knight for ar- from .B. 0. and Calgary, in Inter- ests of -social He is the au- thor of a pamphlet entitled "Charac- ter Builder." Dr. Millar left Thursday for his borne in Utah. showcd such firit, when thrown From his horse and injured so (hat he was unahle to wait, by pulling himself on; halt a mile liv tufts of grass and rose bushes, would occupy the pulpit of Chaa. Johnson is staying at the'! the Presbyterian church yesterday, London, Aug. tag of Ameri- can mail matter, lost overboard ffom the Ameri- can line steamer Kaiserin Augusto .Plymouth on August 11, was picked up roday in the River, near Palmouth. The mailbag was swept away from tho steamer by B wave, and a search at the time prov- ed futile. It drifted fifty'miles down the English Channel before going ashore. EARLING DENIES A LINE INTO CANADA Aberdeen, S. D.. Aug. lutely nothing A. .I. Ear- ling, preaid-ant of the Milwaukee road, who was in town yesterday, when ask- ed concerning the road extending its line into Canada. President Barling, with William Rockefeller, the Standard Oil mag- nate, ware on their way east from a tour of the company's main and branch Hues In Montana. The party hnd been over the branch Ifnea of the company in Montana, and had also driven over the route of the proposed extension of the from Lewiston, 'Montana, to Great Falls. Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Ear- Hug spoke optimistically of business conditions in the northwest ks gained by their trip through this section. HON. A.L In street in Montrenl lust two nifu wrc shot and one, I-rnii prolmbly latally PREMIER OF ALBERTA, AND A. BUCHANAN THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE Will Address a Mass Meeting in THE MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th CHOIR LEADER ANDTEACHER Prominent Toronto Voca- list is Locating in This City Mr. Hliynd Jtimieson, who assume! -barge of tiie musical service at Wes- ley Methodist church, is expected to arrive in the city about the 3tst, inst. The musical life of Lethbridge will bo'greatly nourished by Mr." Jamieson's appearance here. As_one of UK: finest baritones in Jamieson has won dc'jiKion in coming to the West' s prompted by the excellence of the field as I. musical centre for Alberta. Mr. .lamicson doubtless will be m great demand .as a teacher and'eoh- cert artist. He lias the reputation of( imparting musical knowledge to his pupils, many o! whom are sinjmg with success in the east The suc- cessful singing Uuiclici, Mr Jamicion maintains, is the one who is able to make much out of nothing, as the NEW CHOIR LEADER PUBLIC INVITED GOD SAVE THE KING RHYND JAMIESON Of Toronto! Who Arrives In Tljli Vocal Teacher singing teacher is alwaji conffooted by difficulties as.Tegards pupils' .voic- es. Tlic greatest problem it to liui up sattsractprih '-oice of 'quality. In Ihis connection Mr iesou 1ms achieved imich success. .Al- though ony of the youngest, of Cana- dian singing teachers, Mr. Jamievm comes to Lcthhndge strongly ICCOM- meiuiert by such musicians as Dr Tor- Dr. Albeit Ham, Dr Dr. Broome. Krnnk Wclsman, Condue- tor Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and mnny others. Mr. .Tamieson 'al- so counlf, among his artistic'associ- ates the gteat American baritone, Air. David Bispham- Mr. Jaraieson will teach in Calgary one day '.eaxh devoting the remainder of his, time to I.ethbuugr It is j large congregations will be on hand nexf, Sundiiy, Sept. "3rd, at Weilcy church to welcome and hear Mr. Jamieson, who morning and evening. As a soloist Kr. Jamieson stands upon a high platform. In the church his singing lias brought teiirs to many eyes. Mis singing'is brimful of cxunssion, and every word he utters can be followed bv Hie, hearer. Professor W G Arm- strong, fonrxirly expert and Principal of the pitlsburg Conwrva- jtory of Music, says: "Mr. Jamieson j is a singer .of artistic worth and "a teacher who knows well hor to train any voice. lie is a tireless worker and very popular with everyone ,he meets." Mr. Jamieson will be glad (o inter- view all lovers of 'the voice at hia ituiHo in this city. RUN DOWN BY AUTO San Francfeco, Aug. Htilh Sturtevnnt, who came here re- from Seattle, where she leaves a widowed mother, was killed yest-er- (dfly by an automobile that ran her down as She was crossing -a street In Oakland. The driver of the machine saya tho younj? womnn became con- fusnd and slopped directly ID front of the machine1. ;