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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Style Demonstration ion arc invited lo aiHdiid the si vie tlrip- "iislTiilioii of the "Art- Clothes'" models fabrics For Fall mid Wijiler hy MII ex- with H. liiro'c ruii ere of models mid sample cuds of tlie Fall rubrics., wlio will he in TO-NIGHT And All Day To-morrow The object; of this exhibit is lo demon- strnte l_o you the superiority of "A Clothes." iou will he under no oblig-ation whatever tn M'ivo your order. Our experts, however, will he pleased to lake your-measitro'and keep on file lor I'utiire reference. Fall orders for "Art Clollip.s" will ho taken exclusively in Let him eke Mr. Fred Thaell, and any orders entrusted to him -will have the same personal care and at- tention MS though your measure were taken in our own shops. Yours very truly, The Art Tailoring Co. Limited ;MK> CK ABB STREET Local Representatives, THAELL bODf Demonstrator, H. E. HERN. Medicine Hat's Rousing Rally For Reciprocity, Laurier and Buchanan (Continued from Front Pagf.) business and fostered what was til a rebellion In .Manitoba ihrougl micavorlng lo this pollcv In enact. 'file great financiers pf the country cioimeii Hint tlieir Intercuts would be nirt by reciprocity but tlre noopa wcro not losing miy sleep over these low men ivlio had been rationing ror sears at the expellee of the west. The premier did not fed called upon to outer Into'i CUNARD LINE Canadian Service Ddjyou know you can now travel between: Canada and England by the old reliable Cunard Line direct Canadian service sailing from Montreal-. London and To London 3rd.class ocean From London' Cabin (one class) up The. excellence of service for which the lino Is'so well known is being maintained in its Canadian Service. For full particulars apply to any Cunard Line Canadian Service agent, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. West 145 Main .St.. Wlnningn. Msn. GETS THE NOMINATION JMttieford, Sank., Aug. 2S.-AI (he mineral convention held hers Satur- A. Champagne secured the nom- -'nation, receiving J2e voles, while '-lyne H. Smith, of Scott, received "6 voras. This is best convention held in this constituency "eiiis; present 150 delegates and about sou strong Liberal supporters. The Mil was packed, Senator Prince pro- CAUGHT American Fishing Sloop in Canadian Waters at Vancouver Vancouver, Aug. flshine i or salmon in- the three-mile limit on th6 closed west coast of Vancouver island, on Saturday, the Seattle gas- Sloop Sarah, was seized by Capt usconib, n, command of (he fisheries servira const. Capt. wscoinli was on board the tu- Wil "am Jolliffe, Capt. me capture was effected. lli'.ulls as to the prices of Kram and cattle In Ihe American ma as compared with the Caiiadla mantels. Those present were n more or less Interested In the produ uon of these commodities and lino "illy an well as he did of th-a ncfvan iiiges which would accrue fronv-ob laming yet another market In whie 10 trade. It was argued that the pre sent market would bo sulllclent bu mis would not be 'sufficient for Can aoa's surplus.- Many would remembe "'lien me farmers along the line be nveen -Jlacleod and Edmonton had no innntel for their surplus and wha ie result was when the Liberal gov eminent opened up the Crow's Nest "ne anil gave access to the Kootennv country, ir Alberta was Intended to only sufficiently populated to raise produce for her own "needs tlrere K'as no need for extension. Was It lo tne Interest of the province, of Canada or the Empire lhat our great larming lands should be kept vacant oecause the market was limited? Talk loout loyalty, what Is true Inyalt is n .cheap talk when there is "'i'rr J8 It talk of treason? Rath !s it not, the building up of your ow country so that when the op'portnnl arrives you are in a position to i something for the Empire? True lo ally Is in building up Alberta so tha province will not be a drag but wi miller be a source of strength lo th nonunion. The economic side ot tb reciprocity question was being droi ped by the opposition and it has n argument to urge thai If the countr "ecame.prosperous through ihe ar raneements we would lose our self respect and wide of country and fee tnat we would be better and belte >ur destiny by being -united lo the L-ouniry to the south. No man eva, 'rani of n man changing his "on because he was too prosperous regarding Sir Wilfrid Lander's pro mica to place the uralrie provinces on a rooting with the old provinces in to the handling Of their na- uonai resources'as'far as was pos- s.me, the premier resented the insin- uation that this was merely an uon subterfuge. A In power Bad Blood- direct ami incvitahle rrnilr it irreguUt or conciliated bowcla oM kidneys anil (Itin. undifested fowl and other waiienni- tef which irtllowed to accumulate IXMioiii (he blood the whole Dr. Morn'. Indian Root I'illa net direclly on the lioweli, regulating on the kidneys, givinc llicm y filter the roper and on (lie skin, opcninj Un Dure cowl Dr. Morse's Indian Root or St. wrick Catholic church "mmced the arrival there of the body or-little .Margaret Glbbs Throiigg In the si reels 9s ihe "nerals passed. The scene was re- peated almost. every hour until the of 'the victims was buried. Tlie graves tad; been prepared during leroay and. last night Hers worked in the heavy with the dealh of .Mrs! Neill in hor'danghler Anna in the Canons. I'ury picture show panic, the amily was wiped out after a series oi tragedies. Three years ago the atner was drowned in reservoir or tne waterworks here, and a year ater two children were burned' lo ueain in a fire which 'destroyed Ihe iimily home. .Mrs. Laird with her emainlng daughter then went to anonsburg where they were employ- o. in the pottery until the disaster ended their lives. LJ in uuwer could not afford to disregard' its H was only ihe partv; which co Power i-nich -they, knew they would not have in opportunity 'of -being called tipoi o redeem. rne meeting closed with cheers for tne speak-ers and the singing of 'the national Anthem. WHYTE Retires' From Western Management of C. P. R. Aug. 2S.-KIr William, .n. ci Vhytc, who for tlie IIHSI quarter oi a increase this and it i: century has been in control of vestcrn lilies of the C.P.R. will ter-' ilinate his connection in this capac- ty at the cud of September, lie will oiltimic to serve the company as a ireclor, tiic hoatd having ilcciilcil lint he should he honored in this BURDETT HAS ELEVATOR DEARTH Board of Trade Active After Jts Trade Re- quirements Rnrdelt, August SS. The Ilurdelt Hoard of Trade he very well attended .and enthusiastic meeting Kriday evening; to coiisidct the requests Of tho fanners oi this vi- cinity with regard lo elevators and other needed improvements, it was tlie best attended meeting held for over a year and this goes to prove lhat the -questions now before them jarc very urgent and as many new [members were enrolled and new lite il'ut into it this board intends froi now on to he a real live one and ac coinjilisli some good for the town an district The most pressing need was that o elevators. For while liurdctt is as surcil of, but one Ihus far, there wil be enough grain delivered here to keep at least four busy. An accurate report of the grain to be hauled hca will he compiled, and copy sent to all elevator companies doing business in Southern Alberta. Anyone else interested can obtain this information frorrr the secrntarv. Thc matter of further loading facili- ties was ne.vl discussed as at present the platform permits of loading but two ears al, time, A petition was Iralled and is now being signed by fanners asking the c0n- increase this and it is sin- hoiied', lhat the railway will do i this much at least, for point. Koads Need Hcpairs I Honoris were handed in respecting I the roads to the south. It appears that while these are really very good roads, yet there are a few bad'places needing fixing. In the .iliscucc of local improve- ment districts the farmers arc not able to do themselves and' irom (ha irovrrnnrent road engineer Special Prices Will be given to clear up the August Sale WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY The announcement oi termination the active career of Sir William made by thevpresidcnt of the oad ,in a brief speech at a dinner govcrnnrent road engineer ven by tlie latter in honor of the I 'from our local member all tiring official at- the Manitoba club nave been able lo get so far i promises and a little bit of (trading I-IUHTING BETWEEN FRENCH.AND'LIBERIANS minister of i colonies has received despatches "'ornilng him lhat there have series, of engag-anients bain-ecu the rencli iroops and LIberian rebels on ie J-rance-Llborlan frontier The ranch soldiers routed several' han t ronels and outlaws. The despair s aaa that a new well defended boi line will prevent incursion ese outlaws in the future FINE CLYDESDALES FOR CANADIAN BREEDERS .Montreal, Aug. --Liko nnnv ni Ihe vessels sailing from Ola gowHhh, here'' wlllch here yesterday brought out n consign tonight. One hundred and liity prom- of Winnipeg were pres- t to show, their esteem and regard r the vice-presiilenl who has been in charge here. Sir Thomas ir, mak- ing Ihe address, said in part "The period at which thc connec- which was only Ijalf done. l-'rom appearances it looks though the small amount of- 'work required here will not be done until too late to be of any use to the farmers this fall. The temper of lion of Sir William Whyle with the concerned ,'s up and company should have been ,m- I cause, as they have been dor the ragulaiions occurred three! ally ignored and put off with iinfiT ago. At lhat time, at my. nited promises, Kiiuest, and solicitation, he seem to be able to get all the im consented to remain in the service of he rompany for a few years longer. iiiu; mi- pnn-cmcnts asked for. The Board ot Trade have taken this matter vcais longer. nave lakcn this matler un Hlliam now advised me that with the officials, and are (loin he to retire and tr, Knnnrf hcst In i, fc On Blankets, Comforters, Men's Underwear, etc. 11-4 Blankets, flette., reg. for U.-4 Blankots, fJctte., reg. for Wool Blankets, grey, reg. for. Wool Blankets, white, reg. for. -Ss'yS Comforters, for Jf Men's Underwear, reg. 55c for Men's Underwear, fleece lined, 7oc for EEMEMBEK-These are all goods, jn the wanted lines. We are also elear- out, our -Men's Olot-.hing and hare some as onishing values in this line, quality con- sidered. Uei want to make a'splendid'finish to thc months business and we will give you sonic excellent values in many lines of Dry uoods. Macdonald Block u n consign chle "'8 Clyde. luie oreeti n breed, which' however landed last night. There ar' to retire and to spend to hiilancii of his lifetime in rest. Ifcicrs met. l.v hcen agreed by the il of direcinrs that he should rc- the demands of the [a I.MIUCU iasi nignt. There are snvoniv annum ic- eisht of them and as an of set to tie "etin ot the hlffser brethren there diminutive ponies! No 754 GREAT GLOOM IN 'UMITKD Lanonsmirg, Pa., Aug. asi-Emhlem, or mourning fluttered from more than mree -icon of houses hero todav oicatmg where the full force ot the "low ronowing Saturday night's i Lanonsbnrg Opera House had neon I'or the pjrt were nile ribbons, -showing that children Me llp a large proportion of the was rumored today ihal an would be made by uiidei- suspicion as-Ihe cause e panic was nol made public uanuty Factory Inspector .lames uterson today the inve.tV on ordered by the State departme hasten the work in orii his report may f mner's Inquest to he held Thui nex-t. Penon, famill th the situation declare the "p" was unfit for public exhibition school bells which were to hai is this morning; lo announce Ih opening of school were silent Twenty-slx live, were'leal. ,nd or pupils schools. To- y it was announce.1 there won] no session during this week. tanonsbiiry, Pi., Aug. Bioom of a rainy day A, erais of Ihe vlclims of Saturdaj ingnf. horror took place here Ihl, morning and before nightfall 17 0, tne L-ii unfortunates will have been 'lined. Tho first ninernl vound ila way through the street, at ix o'clock when the hearse contain- us the body or Oeorgo Kny, Id son of Prof. It. X. Kay, director i music In tho public schools lefi ie lamlly home. At nine o'clock ihc deep-toned hell "'ere also five TOler" I'anada on Septem- ber. 30 iii-vl. Thc Canadian Pacific will not, however, lose the great benefit' of thr experience and nb'ilitv ofiS.ir Willinit.'. "It lias lii-i-ii derided hy the hoard that-.lie should he elected-to the; hoard and shntild'conliniie his srr-I vices-.1.6 the company in that capac- Sir Thomas Shaiigliiiessy was ac- companied lo the banquet by R. n. Jbnural, if. s. Teacher With Not Less Than Four Child- en Idaho, Aug. Zn.-School leacners applying for positions In the GETTING FARM HELP IN NEW ENGLAND North Grovcnor, Conn., Aug. of Canadian West- ern Farmers' Alliance are scouring Connecticut and Rhode Island for recruits to go to Manitoba for harvest trans- portation board and high wa- ges are offered. In. all mill towns, where business IB: Slack, Idle mill hands are offer- ing their services. Large stimids of recruits will be Bent from Providence and Worces- ter this week. WUTED ENGLISHMAN ILL IN NEW YORK New Vork, Aug. Lieut. George Jlydlcton Cornwallls-Weat s recovering slowl.fhere from an op- eration for appendicitis. Allhougli the operation was performed on August u, news of it did not become public mil tort-ay, hieut.' Cornwallle-Wesl came from England on Angnpt 3 ror a hunting trip In, Canada, which ne was obliged to gire up t'o 'enter tne hospital ml W. Mathers of Tor- -Montreal, onto.. af HIP conclusion .of the function, wiih reference to a sncccss- 16.Sir. William, Ihc president slat-Ty'di cd'that Ihe matter bad not been dis-' .iir-e cussed, lie also staled lhat no dc-i win cisioii had hron renchcil in Ihe ler of lociiiion of the new westen shops; I------.U.10 distnct, in Shoshone coiratv, nave .been confronted by one of th "j oi tn most unusual requirements ever nan Joutn, crowoeu or a hoard. They have found beauty and oven efficiencj into the background The nT' -ft' vh h tms family of four Ule Gordon though ono ot tna i no world, must pass out of existence leaving school home. ,a new and an unspent surplus of more than 1000...... for yenrs the Qqnjon district has "een a family Two seta Of Parents have all. the chll- "reii. To the consltfunatlon of A Os- wald, one of these fatlfers, A. Mason me other, recently announced his in- tention of leaving Ihe district His leparture loaves, besides Mr. Oswald inn llio teacher, but two other men me enrollment this year was to have oeen five. Four of these five are the cn.mren of air. .Mason. leaves "ut one child of school ago. Without more thc district would lapse. To Its life the trustees have decid-' en to nire a teacher to supply the re "mining four. ALTER GERALD WARD DIED ON SHIPBOARD Aug. Gerald died here today on board the e .Manitoba. Count Max- 0. Racftcndorn, the "11 known newspaper oom-Kpondcnt, died at Pranlifort-nii-ihe-Main, Ger- many, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Colic, Pains or Cramps m th, Stomach, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum and all Looseness of the Bowels the Uie DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY H. HiKjr tn? aangeroiii (o vour f u hd WWi Ih Piatd Rr.jt, Dweroolo, Ont, Httle boy, _got to m. IUHI wmiltl for il but to no sn.il nnlil. I'fned Fowlw', Kttr.ct of WiM I am find to tar I only fan him few of it befon IM wu cnnd." THE T. MILiUBH CO., Limited TOEOIfTO, PHIOI ;