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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGJj DAITV HERALD CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK Final Clean Up OF ALL THE DAMAGED STOCK Thursday Morning AT 9 O'CLOCK Everything left over from big sale divided up into the two first lots AM Priced at Ridiculous Figures For the Final Clearance TUCKWEITS REPLY TO COUNCIL ACTION August 30, Sir :-I sec In lust night's Herald under large 'and flaring lints, a resn- ution passed special meetingof t'ue Trades Labor Council referring ing men. for II.- had been discussed in Ilie Council, and Mr. Jlagrnth's ac- tion' was not condemned. 1 also Klalcrl Uiat although at this juncture to their attitude in UK present poll-' I was supporting the anti-reciprocity Ucal campaign, and also a rider to campaign and Mr. Magrath, he- he effect that rcfiltjrf ilie right I eallse of liis several glands of any man to MpreMiil ni on labor m.itlcrs si'lll if workers o[ and particu- there had heen a candidate arly mentioning myself. Now, sir, in the field I should l.avi, been on the ad I been present at lire meetins of platform ot organized workers, he- he Council when this was discussed, should niost heartily have support- d the first .portion ot this resolution or I an? heartily in sympathy with callse 1 believed that parly the only one that could ilo full jus- tice to (lie workers. So far as the attitude of either organized labor o realizing as I' do the great any other matters affecting (lie pros- Lot No. 1 5c Goods worth up to 30c 5c Art sateens, Oxford cloths, wash suitings, white and fancy muslins, ginghams, Indian Heads, etc., included m this lot Lot No. 2 lOc lOc Goods worth t up to 65c Including cotton and silk repps, line mulls, dimities, crepe striped muslins, all of which are washable and practically as good as new All the above lines were only slightly damaged with water, and in point of real value are worth full regular price lat might ensue if any and everyone ent campaign, outside the aboie, ere allowed to say he voiced organ- j never dwelt upon, and such being the ed labor, lint that, portion refcrr- case, I have the riirht to protest to myself I should have keenly j against such nn unfair and nilslraid- opposed if necessary, because it washing statement. In mv association totally devoid c have entirely 'ring rats, which Is due new discovery. It has been proven that Henna leaves contain .the. that wljl positively grow hair. That they contain tliln article In proven every day., The Americana arc now placing on the market a preparation containing tho extract of Henna which IB having a phenomenal unlc. This preparation .is called SAT-VIA and Is being told with a guarantee to cure Dandruff and to grow hlJr In abundance. Being daintily perfumed, SALVIA makes a most pleanant hair drnsnlngt The Alberta Drug Co., your gre the flrnt to Import this csparation Into and a Be gcnero.ni bottle can be pur- for 50c. real .Montreal, Aug. R. L. Horde opened bis Quebec campaign las night at His Majesty's theatre, whe. a good crowd was in attendance. The speaker, accompaniei by several leading Conservatives stated that the maintenance of Canad ian autonomy was the chief point to be emphasix-ed in the present earn paign. He referred to the fact ilia he had recently returned from a po litical tour of Ontario and was hope ful that the people of that province would recojrnize the gravity of the present situation -.ind return a Con servative administration to Ottawa In Quebec, he bclteved that many pe'n- Ple would place country beforei part} and thousands would rally to the Conservative side to fight for nation- ality and the integrity of the British Umpire. Kel'erring to the Oliver charges, he said the situation brought about was absolutely unique and- he regretted the fact that the premier had dis- solved parliament whilst a grave cnargc was hanging over the h-aad of a crown minister. Dealing with recipjocity the speak- er staled that it would bring none of the advantagej to the farmer that had been promised without also bring- ing disadvantages that wotild out- weigh the benefits. Canadian ports would he Injured, transcontinental tratflc systems would be weakened, and the pact would later develop Into more far reaching agreement be- tween the manufacturers on both sides of the line. Mr. fiorden starts on tour of 'he eastern tod-ay. BRITISH PAPERS HAVEJO FEARS Irish Times' Says Defeat of Reciprocity Would be Grave umdon, Aug. dis cius.ng Canadian politics, says: "I'remier Laurier's reply to Bour- wiih storing hides within the city, was remanded until Aug. 3i, 10 a.m. Further evidence in the case of T. j Winnicott, accused of theft of a stun f of money from one, James Steele, was heard. John Ardell was sworn, in as vilness. Examined by Chief Gilles- i pie, witness failed to divulge any tell- ng evidence. His memory did not serve him when asked to connect cer: tain events transpiring on August 25th with what he might know" of the rtol- i en money. In spite of the close exam- ination of the Chief, nothing that had a direct bearing oh the case'could be ascertained. James Steel was the next witness called. He could not swear that the bills found upon Winnicott were the same bills he had received from the Bank of Commerce that he had missed the next morning. In summing up .the .ease the magis- trate found i no evidence in the ease sufficient to warrant him sending, the accused ,iip for was dismissed. trial and the case issa, on the navy question has been tut and complete. When warning the people of Quebec that a. vote for Dour assa was a vote, for Borden and for FIRE PANIC twenty-live million dollars to the Chicago, Aug. hundred strong boxes of premier, girls employed in the Patten build- .-arnaps, itatra the case in a manner ing, in the down town district, fled vmcn was not just the way that panic-Btrickop to the street today isn iriends of Canadian Liberals when fire was discovered in the low. vould have preferred to summarize it. I er floors. All escaped without in- the hard fighting of an electorate I Jury." .Many records of the Chicago var n-eapons have to be sharper.-ed Alton railway were destroyed. sleek edge. Though Bourassa Is omnietely at odds with the Conser- uuve on naval and Imperial uesnoiK, he is inclined'to agree n-ilh Notice Lcthbrfdge Trades A. Labor Council LABOR DAY CELEBRATION 'TAKER' MONDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 191'1 RETURN FARE CHILDREN: HALF FARE. TRAINS LEAVE 7 a.m, RETURN 7 p.HL TICKETS ON 5ALI AY STARLAND THEATRE CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN TEACHERS RETURN FROM EUROPE London, Aug. Western Can- iadian have been visit- L.usitahla. On board are Dean Bidivell and Professor Howard. The Laurentic silled with U. Col. Starke and Dr. Reeve on board. in. opposing reciprocity. aps we'are not far wrong; in attrib- ling Great Britain during the last two some of the motive force of the for homo today on the impaigh to the remainder of IrenvanJ" Otis activity of resources which are Canadian parallel to our tariff re- arm association. The best chance or French Canadians to keep a Icad- tig hand in the destinies of the Do- minion is surely to produce states- lien ot a great mould like the, present remier. As to the practical wisdom reciprocity. Canadian Imperialists i roicss to look askance at it. OIK ails to understand, however, that the mperial tie could he strengthened hy loss to a progressive and domin- nt part of the Canadian population of ich a risk and l-spitimate opencing commerce P.-J is offered by the pro- 'sed reciprocity treaty." Defeat Calamity uiiblin, Aug. Irish Times MEDICINE HAT Aug. 29-Sept. I J911 Fare a-jul One-Third for the round trip. BETWEEN Calgary to Swift Current and to Lethbrldge. DATES OF SALE August 28th to September 1st. FINAL RETURN September 2nd, 1911. For further particulars apply to C.P.R. agents, or to R. C. MoNBILLIE, dist. Pacienger Agt., Calgary. 215-5 SEE OUR ELLAM'S PUPLIGATpR It makes the most perfect copies of any duplicating machine oa the market. The ONLY thing for circulars, etc. THE PKAIRIE AGENCIES. LIMITED Dealers In Smith Premier Typewriter Suppllei, Filing Devlcei, Novelties, etc. Phone 629 110 Fifth St. South. P. 0. Box MM. HAHTMAN AGAIN Markriale, Ont., Aug. Grey .IberaU today nominated C. W. Hart- man In oppose Dr. Sproule for the ys that a for the Liberals nt ff e forthcoming Canadian el-cctlous ouirt mean more than the siic- of the reciprocity pact, whilst deteat woulil involve great 't the least of which would b-s the introduclion of the annexation iion Into a region of practical politics. it Is Impossible to suppose, asserts .me Times, that Canada's Nationalists and who are so much opposed In race and ambition, could lorm or maintain even a conditional I government. Parties Having CO.NTKACTS which they would like to .sell, please communicate with C.G.KILMER BOX I ara prepared to .consider Ihe purchase of these, provided a liberal honus Is offered. Correspondence Invited. ;