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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIUIRIDGE DAILY HERALD at: Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston P loneer umber Yards Main Lethbridge Yard 418 5th St. S. General Office 5th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades Low Prices Complete Stocks Yards at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Clareshoim Nanton High River CUNARD LINE Canadian Service Do you know you can now travel between Canada and England by the old reliable Cunard Line direct Canadian eervlce sailing from Montreal- London and Southampton? To London 3rd class ocean From London S28.75 Cabin (one cUw) Up The excellence of service for which the line is BO well known is being maintained In Its Canadian Service. For full. piirtlcu'mra apply to any Cunard Tjine Canadian Ssrvice agent, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Aj't. Can. West, Main'-St., .Winnipeg, Man. CONGDON CONQUERING KOOTENAY FOR KING :weir known -Conservative statesman, when sneaking of the change in fiscal confronted Canada some and Mr. Taft was only quoting' ;i British .subject's language, which- did not, in any way refer to political- union, hut to commercial matters, Mr.'Congdon place'! himself upon a level 'willr such' men -as Dr. Clark, by lo'oceiilj'v "iTseal the cry of" "Liberty for all and special clean manner j and was greeted with a hearty round jinrivilegGs for none." This happy il- ,iul a u-as cv.dt-nt to (Continued from Front Page.) bread, tl-s shape of a promise of such an 'opportunity, when asking the same privilege last night, ashed bare "one-euipU'c-oms-fla.g" call of his adversary, by saying thai as for him, he vas content, with the old British i of applause as he accepted and took jlusion to a irwtto as old as the em- hi's seat wjtli the distinguished brought forth a round of, ap ilor from the Yukon .and plhers as he took his seat. ail ttiateu dan and dare not eat. nicali el Joad. th fostered such liberty. divisioiiK of Mie.Kng- sni il mi, i ice. ivould be bound to'-, pclhcr wilh bonds nf sympntliy 'and good will would only strength- en love ior tiie institutions which inndfi siieli things possible. There nci'd be no fear that trade re- lations would icad to political union polis on thr 21st of next month. NEW DAYTON NEWS Unglnnd, Can- youll new Sour occMlonal chronic yield quickly to NA-DRU-CO Dyjpeptla Tablets. The properly digested food rtttorai your ilrsngth, your stomack rtgil.-j Its tone, >nd stem no further aid. box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet and SOe. iud-vo will mall them. 37 MtMMi ORUO CHIHKII. Co. or UM'ITIO. New Dayton- .Aug. D. E. Hiinlrr. of imylon, Ohio, who ...has i bCtMi at New Dayton on business in- terests, returned to his home on Fri- day last-. Miss Horoihy of Lclh- hridgc. is the giiesi of Mrs. A. Maynard. .Vims Van Mel-or, who has been Mpeiunng the summer at Mm home of! Air. and Mrs. .J. fry, returns inori'ow (o her home in Lexington, j line safer were thr political inntliu- ivy. .lions of eiirli. One of (lie malicious i .UIKK McHaiiHld and Miss l.onise j quotations of Hie oppnnenls of reoi-' of O. C. .McUoimhl, j jprocily, noted by Mr. j by Frnser, are ilip much quoted 'I a' Hie of Mr. and Mrs. "I'arliiiK of the Ways" speech of Mr. Taft. Tlie sucakrr j last, week and st.iyed in showed liow it1 wns lltat this phrase nlly over gnndiiy, came into print, ilie expression of A J- his mother and eibtert, indnr r.uch conditions. ida-and Mir ei-eat. republic to "the south of us with common sympa- thies, and common aspirations could be- frrr-iufs without puliticnl union in fact, the freer the business jnter- I course between (lit-sn great ppopli-. I'. McDomild. bimln'ew, trip lo EVERYWHERE Cilf PLUG ;