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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta AugiiKt 28, THE LETHBRLDGE DAILY TIERAJJ) To-day the Circulation Wise Advertisers are asking the newspapers, "What are we paying you It privileged question. s a MOVEMENTS OF U. F. A. Advertisers pay the Herald for a guaranteed circula- tion of over 5000 copies daily (Grain Growers' (Juidc.) Rathwcll Union Is wondering when C. P. K. will erect Ilio loading plat- form'at Stowo Sldliie, ,ls the petition has been completed for some time now. Crops lire good In this district" If the weather Is' favorable thresh- ing of full, wheat ivill commence In about three wcelin. A number of lar- nlfis null to load direct from the ma- chine on to the cars, -and Ihe platform Is hadly needed. 1 W. II. Secy. Macleod, Alia. THE WEAKNESS OFJLD AGE PageZ BODIES STILL UNIDENTIFIED GREHTLY RELIEVED BY "FRUIT-HIVES" 'Kniit-a-tkes" is a yod-send to those suffering from the Ner- vousness, of old age. "l-'niit-a-tivcs" re- jr. vtimtcstlic whole ihe Ins ladder rowels and purifies the blood. [he irritated bladder anrt kidneys stops :hal pain in the regulates the Bf Lethbildge Union held a reg- tllsi-meeting on AIIBCIBI 7, 'Hfc T tood ittendance of The first Hem of impyrlanee wj--j ihe consideration of the report of ihe com- mittee on the railway siding (luesticm. Ihls to tl j. effect thai tile mom- Dei j of the committee had heen call- ed upon to meet the superintendent of the dhlsion and the result Of oo. The conceikrated and inlensifieil fruit .liccs .in act gently'yet effectively, speedily relieve the troubles which are the natural results of a long, useful life. 5oc. H box, 6 for f 2. .so, or I rial size, J.iC. Alal! dealers, or from 1-ruit-a-tiyci Limited, Ottawa. II politics he may belong." 11- IIISWKKSON. Sec'v I'lncher CrecS, Alia. wi mi tin. ling to accept the, la ,he b. n LetKlc have decided To of act tllU toe throning outfits in- be rapid. lend to i-ilse their prices for this) We la H ML. e twelitv-one members minions at K. Aug. ca load of rough pine boards was deli1 ered here today, and before dayilgb tarmers and begun cartin lo the temporary morguo wher lay twonty-one.. bodies of thus Killed yesterday In tho wreck of th U'lilgh Valley train. These twenty two with lhrc-3 others la the niorjjtn jflt Kocliestcr will probably completi I'ho list of the Send somo jdcatho occur amonc ths. 50 or 60 In Jured. It Is now established that thi wreck was caused by a broken rail. Inquest to Be Held .Manchester, X. Y., Aug. morning eleven of the twenty-two Juead hi the morgue had JIOL These Inclufe nine wo- one M six-year-old chilr! jWhoso mother is sitid to be one or jllie iiiililentlfled dead. Coroner E.-- said this ulpmlng; .de- ;ci..ij t0 have an Inquest Monday In jthe town hall in Slrarville'. 1 am set- iiing out subpoenas for the train crew, dy being railroad track passengeri, atb.i, we ,niid every eye witness. It 'will be im- namo to .possible to hold any i'muesf today." inuiuy-onc members al- so it lias lieen decided ready, and this number will be con-' SEVEN BYE-ELECTIONS at. an early dale l RECIPROCITY IS EMPIRE'S FRIEND Is View Taken by Specta- Plain Speaking Brit- ish Paper ons so large a part .of the old Re- tar Iron, consenting to a disaster in publican party will discover that Mr. 'approving oi the reciprocity ignc Taft is the man ami" the champion ai- incut, would he courting "imperial All this js a very important, disaster." if she did .anything six of which will be oc-1 the candidature in this j el-oction of .members of the 'loca tcr all shift in the balance of political fore-' ever to prevent the measure iron, cs in America. Last autumn no one becoming law. Tim Oreat political could have foreseen it; hut'it must consideration, which. indeed. '.'twi: now be taken into .serious'account, in ,'unices all the otheis ,s llul ,t js aln dechrc ourselves in favor of '-icvcr lo the advantage, of the Mother dproeltj ihii while the proposed tu malic an} ol hu domin a.ieement is fir from satisfying the demand of the fanners of this to deiise uajs and means to purchase sldombl, a complete outfit and run same for The crops in our district in Prospect. r own boreflt on the co-operative we nia therefore optimistic. onioned by the candidature 11 though we have not done much yet of members of thu'ic iii. Pi Secy. we are only just organized, we intend for Commons. sel Io wnrk six resignation" next meeting. ha'uds BflKOnnv A. Sccv. Alta. THE LETTER BOX DANGEROUS TSENCHIS ditor Lethbridge Herald: year I should be pleased If Toronto, Aug. bye-elec- 10" lvould me a little ipace in for the Ontario legislature to call attention to the e mpmbe uf the Pincher ureek Union haie unanimously adopted the JMknving resolution: "Itesolved, that in of the approaching general election we the members of the Pin- Cher C-reek brunch of the U. F. A. ag- jOxtremely dangerous condition in the roads are left In the vicin- ity of the Fleetwood school. Thirteenth street south Is torn up should be in the 'Or three Nocks, and Xinth avenue of lion. Thomas Crawford, for tlvo blocks, and they are of tho entirely ungraded, without even The seals affected are: South Brant, a "gllt tn warn the Public "that the case, and anyone -out SIPO.OOO FOR SINGLE ROOM forward lo the next prosjdcn- Uaf flection fifteen mouths hence. auj We arc not Country The next move in the great bar-, ions "fed" poorer................. jgain of reciprocity he taken in .assuming that if the iit.ipioi.ili pro 1: campaign between posal failed Canada poom than she otherwise mi hi province nevertheless accept the tleatj as an Instalment, but cannot caate on, till at least all 'arm machinery be placed On the tree (From .The Spectator, London) j Canada. A lively The propu ed leciprocity agreement.; tile friends and enemies o! the men-, than she otherwise mijit I, beer llm the. I inleil States and Can-j sure is going un. Mr. Bordcn, the enough for mil purpose, lo list ibat we declare our inp sda lib pissed 1'ip American senate leadpr of thp opposition, has bravely, that if by any urgent uhice or in to '7 l-'or sonic time t but we trust vainly, earned war in- B blMiigeh iss ittd coalition had the heart of the enemy's country, structtd uid bil.l 'by the iind lias lately undertaken the task of various iris known lo obstruction- converting the Western farmers, who ists in til arts of this arc thp. most convinced supporters of it known to the sen- reciprocity. The farmers want' new This murkels. ior fheii grain, and the kind tthRh n tc jit LiiteK uorth knowing that if by any urgent uhicp or m of the programme of the'u P' terventior. from Orral Hiilini Can Dissented to Parliamen, Uecemlre, ada were restrained fioni making last a being still llm reasonable and her bargain with tin, I nittd JIEt demands of the farmers of this i there, would be a larys ciss of opm 1 h it we declare our un- ion in Canada which ould hc icscnt 'ta'rt eonfideiico" in ihe leaders of the U t A movement, and hereby T-irr'ytown, X. Y., Aug. K- Trunx. Alliire Conservatives, save elins the big Pocantico Hills home of Truii.v anti Preston. D. Rockefeller, which is now un- I '''he seventh vacant seat is Victoria, here, will cost more than was rendered so by the death not be com- ,01 S. .1. Fox, tta sitting member, year. I TO FOUND ,NEW COLONY The residence I Zion ne re.itience mon( hore T. H. Preston; Centre Bruce, Col. j UUL nuer Hugh Clark': Lennox, w. J. Paul; ot--rark ln tllls neighborhood Is In great tawu. A. E. Frlpp; Wentwprth, breaking his Oorsicn C. Wilson: South R. by duf The work w more than chambers on the "two a cost of each. crowns the summit of Kyltuit the .highest peak 'in Idler c; ihn the great rtocke- JUSTIFIABLE .HOMICIDE ful. It would be s tld thai Britain had followed btt old of mm iti co u is mult, uji protectionist clinf., to in tiavngnt foim of thur ciped ind ind docuimuc fo ihp Usl degree oi representatives from thu border stains, who arc Ifrrilicd lest anv dls pppointmcnt paused'by the agreement, or anv commercial discotr-fort arpeiring in nn tjinrtLr should" cost them their seats ind last, but nor least, of insurgent tar ilT reformers. Tarifi reform in the Stiles ol Lot rse me ins i r( dnctibn, a new imposition, oi tan'ITs. The .couduct of the. insurg- ents !M> hct-ti pisi nndcistTuri ittf, 1 newspaper iciclci will u membe'r how last year thev appeared as o righteous, hand of purifiers with in their thrrp is no ionht jfettlr weie hent on rr dncin-, in tin interests of ihp people the excessive, cost of living and on endin., johberv ind commcicnl tji onn TJin no lo Illho'l Ing the fisci! giicnnc s under uhich the people groan, was the chief tar- get for their attack. When the reci- procity hill came before the senate it seemed ob-MOus to the ordinary mind monl oi the barrier oi tarills along en ''nurse.of not thit hei Pledge oili ehes lllstat ,lom hl lM Wash., -Aug. to loyally support. .Montgomery, a Joseph Creek cowboy, "Mils in nur power, who shot and instantly killed Lore'n Taylor that Mrs. Jane. limbs 'a.ilng into the deep trenches tor the sewer or water. I think thai ihe, council should tec at these, trenches are guarded and e sooner this IB the better It will be for the general public. Vours, A RATEPAYER. HON. A. CONEAU DEAD widow of the late John Alexander I v c. Dowfe, founder of.Zlon City, wlirfouiid ,S" a new colony of the Dowic faith at r-er m Eolbrooke. Yarmouth County, iMac near s tlmt Ambrose H died there He had been 'or some time, .and was recently suir.mer home, Den Whitehall, .Mich. frontier would give ;j Ireniendons colonii 'their .business. They must be difiicult men lo convert, ft siens just possible that the Canadi- an parlinmcnl may have to be dis- solved within a few-days. .In Jliat 'oo'it casfi the bill would be practically the bond which'i sole issue at the coming general clcc- OI l'ed house, lion in Ihe autumn. It is the fashion of many lariff reformers here to speak Srown up ,nd free Constantinople, Aug. powder'ghan, to spend three months with "ill coniniunilics, lit and able to choo :ii own path in the world. llus what actually happened before T, when preference upon in (.'annda as an onerous de the colouv 'a kind Let us tint Ihp Canadians who felt tins vuip titnte wrong and misguided and uttci by the coroners, verdict be-'.an, In the Yemen, when a terrific -ax- iig his-.-health, but yesterday J 5 lionncide. I osion occurred in one of the rooms ndden change for the works He wa. .1 I no testimony showed .Montgom- i here powder WE-J stored. The bride jhorn at Meteghan River X s in reciprocity were a new '.v of politujl econr idea in Canada which had been adopt- Ihe; were still Canadians they- were ed only because of the blin'dness of -s''''' Hriiish subjects and it was to Biuisli in withholdinK from..... C luji ians a boon which they would more willingly have accepted from the. Mother Country. do not w.isb my economic argu- jincnt whatever about reciprocity. (iiom in historical and political stand- be prosperous at point The truth is that for more Iin1c llm, half a century the thought oi re- ciprocity with the United States has been Absent irom the minds oi Canadians. For some linie rcciproc- it.y anlnally existed. When Sir VVil- irid l.anricr adopted the policy of Imperial preference in 1897 it was only because he hatj failed to extract the advantage oi the I inpirc that they should have been conscious' of 'a spontaneous attraction lo the Mother Countrv inMLid of i j_illm? obligation The desire to make ada permanently a titd bouse i ncs be from the I.IIMLI-I thit it vas jt i the msiugents hirli lie was then demanding There wanted. It proposed to take a long. that, Canada would'have r cp lon-ircis makinj; lip nholp oi the si nick a bargain tinted Stitps ind Cinadi i ist free 'snips at if onlv it had trade continent. To (he general siir- I been offered io her. II was not oi- the-insurgeills began a fcrrd in ISS7. Xow it is ouered tious onposillon I.ulme; to cs with T t is the only difference The rca- ilhts ind ,t one tine it v> i of the change of opinion among quill-possible tlm llm would Uiipricsn.i since 1S97 is, as wp said a, m wrerkini; the bill hi (heir weariness 'of iiij-lr tiir- tivn penplcs since he became pusirienl Ml Taft displayed more resolution en ergy or tapt.. ffe declared that Hit reciprocity hill should pass, and he has got bis way. Kor him il is a freat personal jrluniph. He has jirnh- hly doubled bis -prestige, and the THitatiori of the insurgents, not onlv for. sigaeity, but also for sincerity, has correspondingly decreased. The Republican electors '.who wanted tar- iff reform at all costs, being .sick of the artificial Cost ol living, regard- ed the insurgents as their natural champions, but. they have been dis- illusioned. The insurgents postponed everything to 'the game of hurrvine Mr. Taft. It is childish to (.mi Ihcy nd i both become richer UirouHl i n rp portuuilies of trading i h el t er, Canada will be t i (hi loyal act tn Cireal, Mrilain. Of coun, we l.'nov.- tliaf tariff re or iprs heie not say thai, directly Urn pnl blame on Uritish governments. Hut United'.States the terms (-ilcrc is "u escaping the simple that, after ail, the priposrd rccipro cil.v is an nstnnicnt he the United tK'een Hie responsible governments n! i if only it had Washington and Ottawi Monfr three thousand miles o, iroiticr tween Canada and the I n, Ld Stilt il is impossiblr to maintain a Chines wail. The reciprocal prfsilrc of hi in.lli convenience and human want speaking th Ihcrc is the wish tn buy cheap- wheat, which has some qualities, imrt there is an InngiiHRi. would lequiie Ine oi the wail sooner or laler. Canadians yield to the might en I. demand lor certain Canadian pro- and potent ,'acls of geography duels which are by large sny thai the wall .-hall go soone commercial interests. For. ourselves rather (liiin later, we. have no .rich we should Imve heen deeply siirpris if .Sir Wilfrid l.aurier had rejected opportunitv .of reciprocity with Am- erica which he .had long sought. Vet last February .Mr. Halfour spoke of Ihe proposed reciprocity agreement as "an Imperial disaster." We have shown that one ought at east to have been prepared for the "Let food wail on appelilt, anf Htalth on boihl They will If you take SKAn wcjihould Imve heen deeply surprised whalrvrr to say them nay. All all inlurfcrrnre on our part, cai only appear to a certain proportio, of or snjall, probably very largc-a dctcrmiriatipn to rule (heir pockets for them. Can one conceive any worse result for Im- perial unity ourselves can con- ceive nothing worse, and we earnest- ly hope that if Canadians decide to adopt, the reciprocity bill there. be no suggestion whatever that they arc doing anything injurious to the Imperial connection. Such sugges- tion would he nothing less than an mill-Imperial act. icginHess to what party come to Ivar rescue. [was appointed to the Senate in 1907. 'disaster. Let us now turn ---o UMIII to the political ho far as one can sec, the. side .of thf question, and 'understand t regressive spirit which Irav- quite clearly why fircat Britain, so correct slomiich thorders. rfljesllon; tnd llf, worth HvIn, lhe 0, b d nocked them yd, send u> SOc. .nd we will mall ihrsm. i .THUGS KILL NAVAL j Boston, Mass., Aug. executive officer of the iStutei revenue cutter, jdled of Injuries received from Iliiirn l.lcut. Whittle, with another two were returning (o ;the from a theatre mid were upon ind ill were -beaten. Navy Cut Qgarett MX3X Per Packet popular Englis ;