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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August 20.1011 THE LETJIBRIDGfi DAILY HERALD PaareT Yards at: Lethbridge Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston P loneer umber Yards Main Lethbridge Yard 418 5th St. S. General Office 418 5th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades low Prices Coiilete Stocks Yards at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Claresholm Nanton High River "A BIG THING FOR SAYS HORSE DEALER Reciprocity Strongly Endorsed by a Prominent Horse Man--No Danger from U. S, Horses Says J.M. Gardhouse (Toronto j for This liorse was -What has The Globe I" say about.'" fal1 of year sold to a l'arl.v i" llle wcstuni suites for On the o! Mr. .1. H. breeding' purposes .or nearly double Gaidhousp, aifnrmui- al U'cston, ;ol: in Toronto. importer ami. dealer in hocscs for ws, seventeen years, Tin- (ilobo says js a UJK (m_ dealer's business. .V.v. (iard- clfccl ,.lrjn if 'reciprocity goes into Ontario liorse dealer will no oe, (wo on horse that lie sells, that o[ Xnu. c the great -and invariable markets of j ,frnm Boston, Philadelphia and .New 1 ork m pars Vork wil! ..he opened up with the short haul; that three' markets for thc tario horse arc JK'ltcr Ilian two, andj thai; thc Oiitariq horse dealer will( have iiverything to gain and nolliingl Mr. Gardhouse is well known throughout till', agricultural districts of Ontario as a most successful farm- c er, and bolter known as an importer, h render ftiiil dealer in horses with every part, of Canada ami many oi the States of the Union contiguous io; Canada. -He has Iravcllcd extens- ively through the Canadian Uie Micrc is no doubt iihout the per- manency of the- demand for horses from the. United Stai_v OHM the tariff wall is said Mr. "New York state, wliich is contiguous to Ontario, can handle a tremendous amount, of onr. horses, ley'want first-class horses, and RUTHERFORD WILL LIKELY RETIRE Will be Straight Party Contest in Edmonton District jKircnUy :ibe- Literal ia IB milting joi the oihci io in tic nrpt move; BABY SHOW AT IFIRE BOSSES KAISER WANTS .COMPETITION THE EUREKA STOPPED WORK i-dmonlon, Aug. Fir.nk onver will hi all probabilK. V nom- inaied at Uie Liberal convention Io j "o UeJd hero tomorrow afternoon. This- convention has. been called by Sena- tor Peter Talbot, president of UJB Pru- viiicial Liberal Association, has' declared that the convention life week befor-s last that nomina-i-ii cx- rremier Rutherford was not proyar.'y caned. uerc are still strong ihnti AH: uuthcrford will reti-. from fiie J contest tevivinj; Mr. Oliver Ir, liglit it j out. with Major Gncsbach, the Con-1 servative ciindidalc. ins been announced Ontario raises the best draught hors- es on tint continent. Last vear there wen; Gxjmrlcd from Canada.'5S53.867 worth of .-Canadian-bred horses. OF Ihc t were Uniteil States and the United King- dom, and-knows a lot more mnkp( n t horsns. JhoiSL dealt "i; i-eciprociiy mcarts that thc On- inrio dealer will lose on every horse hi: sells T would go out tomor- row and oppose I he. new trade pro- posals, said Mr. Gnnlhuusc to The filobe. "With reciprocity the C'ulario dealer has everything to gain and nothing to !osu. It .will open up thc grual mailcets of tim bis cit- ies in thc eastern Stales. We would have-these, markets, to which to .ship with -a short haul, ft is all -bosh About the l'nii.ed Stales nnodinj; our market with their horses. We arc not afraid of ..their competition. raise much hotter horses than they do now. It1 js all nonsense, for the opponents of reciprocity to say that two markets arc better t-huh three." Dealing with Mr. Burns' .statement that thr Canadian west; was a big and: for the Ontario horse, Mr. Gardhouse said "H is ship'a great many horses to thii Canadinn west every year. The Tvpstern farmers like our horses be- cause they- are so well broken and trainrd, and all ready to RO to work to till the soil. Bui; the horses we sell to the western farmers are not i all oi the highest 'fgrariey At- any j rait! Ihcie is a-heavy demand for what we'do sell -them. "If reciprocity gors into effect it is" likely that a few horses will be fcought from the midille arid wrsiern States. Bui these arc inferior horses and can never supplant the Ontario horse of the high gtarfes in the Can-1 adUn west. Mr. Hurhs says that the horses of.the middle ami western States can be; less than the Ontario horse, because they can ha grazed for nme months in thc year and arc corn fed. Well, the horses "that can bn for nine nronths in the year and arc corn fed are not-what the-i'anners in the Can- adian west want, and .all the im- portations of siich horses from ..'-the United-States u-oiild notrhurt the de- Tiianri for Ontario horses. "One thing is certain that if we get reciprocity we will get the addi- tional and invaluable, markets of the United Slates, and no sane man can truthfully Ihat three markets arc not better limn two." ihcn cited two :or tiirwi inlflresting incidents illu'stratr how reciprocity would be of tin-; il-iieslioniinli' advniiliisi1 Io the On- tario Iiorw ilraler, and Ihe Canadian! horse dealer, for thai mailer. j lu 1810, Ik- said Mr. II. A1. Hoimcs, of Aberdeen, whom Mr. Oardhoiisiv vjsjjed urenlly, shipped a f.'lyrfpsdnle horse Io Toronto, and it Ms sold under the hammer by Burns to the United Stales, u SPI i splendid id would he to thc Ontario to have the tariff wall I that great American to us, with the short Ontario j jiears io ho little doubt, however, that me two Liberal factions are attempt- ing-to reach some agreement. A local paper nubllshed a story Io uic -eft'eei that Jlr. iculhcrfrml would DC given n seat on the bench of' the supreme Court if he would retire. Mr. Oliver denied. Mr. Ruth- errorri refused to speak of the matter ar all, while Mr. Cross, who is realb Detiind the fight against Oliver, hints tnat there will be no cessation of hbb unty against the Minister of the In- Lerior Hamburg, Aug. Kaiser, In speech at a 'bamiii-gt hero, said it not. astonishing thai thr movement 0! uerniah trade Inconvenienced many partic-s, and, he continued, world com- IJeunon in commerce is wliol-esomc ior peoples, and for the and is necessary to .stimulate t.Jv acnievenients. Hut that competition is (.Mpiibl-3 of. being fmight out. iicace- iiiUy.' Protection to our trade and nav tgatio'n has been provided by our navy wnich, is developing powerfully and uistnvgiiishes itself by its and discipline. It represents the German peoples' de- sire ior salt water, and I think that 1 can assume that Hamburgers desire Thera'ap! imi Effort to Open Bankhead Mine Were Without Success ualgary, Aug. efTort of me coal start work at ui2 Diine-j -at Canmorb-'and-BankiieatJ iiiiu railed up to Saturday night. 'I be wnistles on Friday and Snturj -y ami Is pictures will be exhibited in the antl ttoere wa8. no rtfa- o weto Theatre, commenciim Sentem-: peraie is it, and will be conducted tllc element. MH- rollowinR coiHlltionB: The pictures tlle miners, and today was Booked upon as likely to create a crisis. If tonnson HroH. who are goins to take 'Uirg-a of the lOurcka Theatre next I montn, commeiiciiis Scjttcmbor I, are make specialty of-children's Hire's in tlie home, and arc originators or DiiDy shows. Tlwy will conduct u. -uiioy allow in the fcmx-ka Theatre, will offer handsome (which wui be later! for the most popular babies in Lethbridge, up to nd including six years of ag-o. The wn. oe taken in Urn homes and shown i ltny tlle mat. plac tlint in the world QUEBEC GOVERNMENT SHOWS LARGE PROFIT only consent of the parents: u Pictures will ,he taken and proofs' be as the beginning i of the end; and on the other hand if j nicy stick by their English feJlow- miners, tne companies will havfi try new move. prolonged strike is having a effect both.sidesj to say snown and exhibited free of charge: inoE-a desiring, photos 'finished from tue proofs will make such arrange-' meat with the photographer. The ar- rangement of Miis contest will 'be ex-1 IJiained further in the Kureka. Tli-eatre SRI101'1 and al-ao in the city papers later. The uaoy pictures will be shown after the regular moving picture show, and will in no way interfere with the regular .programme, simplv a-ddcd to it. with- io uni e. ine min-as six Ofthe "fir our. any extra charge. Tlie moving pictures that will bet qf the highest quality, j noining of the great suffering iik-eiy io result on ihe prairies, owing to the snortMge of fuel. Un Friday when the company de- union and start bosses" quit llllllillHIIIIIIIIIillllUIIII THE WATER Or QUALITY Apart from iu curative pro- perties in kidney to delightful thirat- quencher. i C.C. PASNUSLO WINE SPJRIJ QQ, Lcthbridgc, Alta llros. carry a select collec-1 :Quebec, Aug. preliminary itatement of the financial transactions }o( the province of Quebec during the j Ilon Of, their own, lh--y yeai en Tune HI lust, lias been, at [ifa ued The lifeiirca show the regii- j ,t] ,j Ui oidinaiy Ui have been and thc expenditure to have I5een Then; was thus" snown wont. They are not members oE thc union, nut are sympathizers of the men. They refused to work with the 'li-u-e alK' went home. Twenty- I it _tlic Conservative c inditlate 'surplus of revenup over ait mcins i I ij for us A .V. C. Trcdgnlil, of Vancouver, lla hccii siiurssftll in flotling T JC coinpaiiy fo over anil op- erate several square miles of ricli dredging in tile Yukon, is tut tmlj one tint Ins iva "is ciinpufen lie bus "if, meetings fur a past ui Kuthoifoid wis scheduled to si nt CLinnaign list tnmg hut at the la t minute his meat ing is i ostponed indefimtth in innomicement that he en tn eo to, the house with-tongilitis. -Xa runner Ins been nnde b} his aupporteis rink Olner his unt spoi on it inj public mee i fa hero since his Ottawa. Tr.ia presumabh is because b n is not stiffed itne exnendituie of ho' STREET CAR KILLS ZULU WAR VETERAN a iirst-class show. real expense" They I them' urc i elev wn machine vvliic-h mamed men- Cole.'Hartley, me elevator Jieatre soing public I received a sshovv. The prices will house3 amo, 10 iincl 15 cents. [RECOGNITION FOR I LIVERPOOL HEROINES PLUCKY WINNIPEG CONSTABLE LIKELY RECOVER j Livfirpooi, .x. S., Aus. 3S.-MrB.Spen- Man., Aug con- cer Homans. and .Miss .Gertie Mildrey man who Idlilon of Constable who was.Roy, who rescued Percy, and Alton Mlled Ust msnt; he dmyn by'thugs last Roy, from drowning utugnt between two belt line cars at tne corner of Logan and Main, w-a-3 identified this morning; as Albert G. .Wilson, vetenm of th-a Zulu war and of thc 'Northwest Mounted Police, lie was rorty years of An inquest -will .be.held tomorrow night. improved sorhewhnt night and this jlsland last. April, have hoon presented cs for h j shot yesterday while he and ;ilof their bravery. A heavy storm was g the physician entertains hop-j with gold watches, by the Department his ultimate recovery. Mike of Marine and Fisheries, in recognition yesterday while he and alof their bravery. A was friend were giving a demonstration progress when rhe boys were up- ottiiK of Traynor, will recover [set and they 'were saved from drown- unexpected complications, de-ling by the women at the risk of their (own lives. tiie unless velop. PREMIER OF ALBERTA, AND W. A. B THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE Will Address a Mass Meeting in THE MAJESTIC THEATRE, LETHBRIDGE TO AT 8 O'CLOCK. PUBLIC INVITED GOD SAVE THE KING. MILLION BUS. AT CLARESHOLN Aldersyde Branch of the C.P.R. is Very Nearly Finished speaking with a Herald ive on tha station platform at Clares- noim thc other day, a prominent real estate man gave out some information regarding crop conditions. He esti- mated a yield of a million'bush- els, and an average of -5 bushelg to me acre. Asked about the territory military to Claresholm, he safcbthut elevators at Woodhouse, and the Carmangay ranch would take a lot of grain that wauia otherwise be marketed At uiarcsnolm. Maij did slight damage, tureeling probably S.OOO aci-sa, but the; stand of spring grain is as good as umresliolm ever grew. Continuing his journey northward, me Herald man was off the train1 at Aiaerayde. This is1 the hustling junc- tion point of the Carmangay branch and Alacleod section of the C. P. R. mere rails, ties and work cars .were puc-a together In what aeemeri hqpe- ferry fur Tort Hiiron. Of rjinrst'. dealer had In I-ay 'lit1 duly. Thrro is a demiiud in I'oit Ihinm ami JJeir'oit for our but the tariff wall ;