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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 MIE I.E'I'HBIUDOE DAILY 191JL HUDSON S BAY CO. i Special Offer T? Ij. Ol relt bhoes For the week-end we are offering the balance of our stock of Felt Shoes at greatly reduced prices. Only a few pairs left so hurry up arid take advantage of this offer. AH.Foir8hocs. feh .sizes 4 r7. Per wWw vfiiii-Is'-A'II Felt fclr 8 pair 25 Ail .Fell Shoes. 1'eii 11 tu 2. Per pnir C1 EC AVo'uieii's All .Felt Si IV11 soles: sbes io 7. Per par C1 QC All. .Fell Sltoes. felt-soles. Price .Fell Shoes, felt soles. Price sizes 11 10 13 J-j JC ;vr'Boysr All Peli Shoes, felt soles. 'Price pair: sixes 1 to 5 25 Notice To Curlers! have shoe specially -iuhipiod for curiLiig; It i.s jiuulo uf heavy J'elr. .solid rubber .solcaiul lied. and S3.0Q Rubbers, Overshoes and Moccasins all at Reduced Prices MANUFACTURERS GET HEARING FROM LAURIER Oppose Reciprocity and Seek to Put the Growers Right-Warning to Farmers- C Many Ministers Receive Delegation 144 Itar Wp Did (lot Have A Pint tf tod Hood In Her fcdy. Mrs. Dosithe I'. Cormier, Middle Sack- ville, N.B., aajv: "in the spring of 1S97 I nil run Aavfn, anil the doctor tolii jne j had not a pint of good blood in my body. 1 look dilTcrem remedies from doctors, but tliuy did not iseem to do uie any After having lakeu n lot of different other kinds i of medicine, and they did not neem to until Ottawa. Jan. delegation of lue Canadian .Manufacturers Associa- tion presented their memorials to the tbe railway committee Home market, by iis becoming the clumping ground for American prod- nets. room UHlay. the mi nisi era .The memorial fctves the (.5rain Grow- be-jers credit for being perfectly sincere uu- v-ij, wii-uu jur peneciiv tu Sir Laurier. Sir considers them misinformed L-anwriglii. Hon. Oliver, lion. G that they from daia in-' and slie lold him to try Bur- dock lilocxl tiitU'rs as she had received tbe benefit from ueiug it. My hut-band went and bought me a bottle, Jiftar h-Jving taken 11 1 felfc heller, I kept on using one bottle after another until i hud taken six in all and then i was strong and well. 1 am positive that my being alive to-day Ls due to ihe use of burdock Blood Hitters. One spring since then 1 was not feeling very well-and 5iad lot of .work to do. I lion. Win. Pugsley, Hon. Syd ney Fisher, and Ilou. 11. J.. M. King., S. Uowley, of Ottawa, president j or the C. A., explained tbe purpos or inaccurate. Premier's Reply Sir Laurier replied .-._.-.._ bottle of Burdock Blood Bititra ami after 1 i Utken two I was :ible to do a lot of hard I work all Uie summer, and 1 never frit better in my life, la the winter uf 1'J06 j I had Pneumonia, and it left 7ue with a. severe pain in tbe left side, livery VOTES IN PAPER- NOfjANYJ RESERVE? is the Mystery Jhat Will Not'Sqlye_ Until After January 23-Nineteea 'live Wires" and Eleven Prizes- Will Your Name be Among the One Can An- swer That Question Except Yourself s-i severe pain in cue leit side, live es of the delegation, :uid T. A. Kus-l remmd them "''s was aj looming when 1 would get mil of bed t M nrtiinr i-i- n> _ km J ol t U 1 n sell read ihe memorial. AiACdUIIUIll itiis is a Ions exposmou of ihe case menl Was lo ;lduiinister ,he agamst reciprocity, talk country, so as to iJeu as far would cripplejof'differed -reat industry ami put the c-ouu- advantage to (be government to "have n> at mercy uf the States. !nfluemfa, deputallon up. the manufacturers hesitate to ex-Jon him, but the pleasure would have press an opinion on reciprocity in raw been greater, if they had had the uriv- products, but the farmers are warned {liege of having the deputation oil De- against the danger of their losing cember 16, wbeu the delegation of tneir srip ou their best market, the farmers was present. demoiTitilc country, with a democratic! htul tu sit down for :L while it WHS government. Tbe aim of ihe govern-1 lla'llful-. A-r'er A had Burdock .j Blood Bitters tlie pain disappeared com- EIGHT EVENINGS THREE Jewellers and Fancy Goods Men Want Change in. By-law A petition is being circulated ani- UNSAVORY DIET OF UNFORTUNATE It hu.s also cured me of bleeding piifti. I have received so much benefit from .Burdock Blood Bitters that you auiy publish this as it may help others is it has uie." Manufactured only by The T. Milburn Some good work has been done by candidates so far this week, when we consider the very .unfavorable weaih- er conditions. After today, the con- test has only ten more days to run. if Sunny Alberta comes into iis own week, and holds the weather man) have Planking dowji Or for the UeraM. Mrs. Sparks, chief booster for Alice Sparks, pony division, phoned' in lerday for a little quick information. sta.tiuje K other that she 3o., Limited, Toronto.'Ont. SCOUT MASTERS RECOMMENDED had a fairly day Weduesday. gardlt-ss of the cold. While ahe secur- ed. several subscriptions. Jack Frost nipped the ends of her finders, bin in check, the candidates who mapped out work for each day' aiidjljeld Liglu Co the go counted on making the last week doc- her fingers a bit. hummer, .will be able to make sood.' No one can aftord to miu a single in from irfte Contest man that she hadn't drop- jscripuon thai was, prouiised-and U ped out of the contest-Just iab.w- pviirbe a very wise move to gather in bound; that she was as hoi ou Bonn- ood many that have not been Srail as evei'. and -if she dMn't "'in him' fhe wmild 1'ickiiis odi from the slop barrels in the Alexandra Hotel, and stuffing them into his hungry maw with evf- dent relish, John Warrociak, was found by Constable Dooley this morii- MAN i j At the meeting in the Y. M. C. A. frozen food last lh Scolus the rear of ComnJuee planned to make the will take the candidates, a mlsed. itnat they had been in a contwu. uoth city and country, into our iur fideuce, when we say that the renewal Several of the other cur- neld otfers rich reward. When kept rfgh afthe nlA Cold printing something over cop- Maya to. work for votes are getting -few t _ t" luwiifc, auiiiDiiiurfc, uicJ lu-nuitx lui are -lew cutive department a-s effective as pos-jfes of the Daily. About wore number, and ii no wonder the can 1 siblc'by holding a general meeting at jtributed in'Lethbridge, the remainder Jdidates .who wish 10 win tbe auto, or the" V.JI.C.A. Thursdav jijuht. lhe circulation outside ?50n. want to make every, day Warrociak is the uiau who has been, around Lethbridge for some aud is spoken of by the police as "the' the lihh. at eisht-o'clock, at which ong the jewelers and fancy chants in ihe city, respectful! the City Council 10 have the "eight" for the word j is. where reference is made in the early closing bylaw now under cou sideratioii. to the eveiiings.' man iviUiout a because no all and boys inu-rcsU'd arc requested to be present. The commit- tee Vr'iil recommend TO ilie -v mpi- u r L. v''lu rccoiuinenu TO uie mr-cuns; -i eoods mei- one can be found-who can understand atfully asking the language he speaks, and no oneitlml !1: of thtr the city. Qur'coTitest "DOOKS show thatjbriiijr results, ahoiit r.OO of the old subscribers havej [t is verv u very jiKCiy ine paid something on the.r llidntes Ullllk the dtv tluit is, paid to a candidate. How ab- out the other Don't you thinU that about more of the old sub- scribers should join the Boosters' club _ _t------, MU uuc; wordjeveu who catt say what nationality bf elected a scout-maslei 10 jof one or another of the caudidates? wor He uas found sleeping in a ireigbi j rcpl-cscllt thc schooibovs, C. B. Mc- car some weeks a-o. and appeared v. .police court. or three remands! aSSlsUrif oi the .prior to were granted in order that an inrerpre-1 V.M.C.A., a sCoiH-mask-r to reprt- Chnstmas, which are to be exempted ter might be found. The ihe boys in that, organization. i can- thor- his Worship the Mayor and their votes to the candidates are alt out equally divided between the city and outside territory. Xow, Mr. Subscriber, we've let the secret out. If you want to help a can- P. i _ you'd better "come over'1 very Uty IP-inlanders, .or; Austrians. Slavs or {town, .so that none ol the boys v.-ho [soon.. You know, the contestants want fKutheuians, nor any one of the scores! should join the Hoy Scout Move.-j the votes, "and jt won't cost'you a ceuf foreign J froni the provisions of the bylaw. speaking section of the cftv'was M. K. Kaake, a scout-easier to lhe peution wmch .is addressed 10 sacked, but neither Pole nor keep in touch with ihe novs around The subscribers who paid and ,J Ill I v_o >1IVFII11I JUlll Hir 1IIH id fane, goods.dealers are here, un-i ment will b, overlooked. tne opinion tuai to compress theiriderstood his-langaage. and the fellow! The committee will meet Umstmas business into three, was released from cus-U, V n T- ings prior to Christmas, as specified'cody. l M-L'-A- on night by the bylaw would be an 'impossibil- ity, and cause a great disap- pointment to tlie public at. large, pro bably the bylaw- as a whole. Chief GiliespFe" says the unfortunate fellow is a good and he ed him yesterday; working like a. Tro- helping to remove furniture from "buildings adjoining the burning Bai- j moral Hotel. The chief .took the fej- SNOWPLOUGH COULD NOT t0- restaiirant- he GET BETWEEN THE TRAINS and stood him a good meal. He will keep him at the police station until extra, to help-along. know you the Y. U'ould richer pay a smiling tnan a heartless collector. If you are in arrears the collector Will be "after you" as..soon as the contest Hoses. Come now, be a good fellow, and cause Taber Pioneer Citizen is Dead Tabt-r, -Ian. Pierson, sr.. passed .away yestertlay a; .the age of M Mr. Pierson -was very known throughout district, as he was one of Taber's pioneer spttiers, ;inri for several years conducted a ivsstul Ih'ery business here. During pasl I wo years lie has hern in very poor health, during which time hr engaged in thr ftrd business Mr. 1'ierson leavps a widow and a number of sons and otic daughter, besides sev- eral grandchildren. He was interred at noon tnriay, the fnnrral beine; at- tended by Taber I.oitRc I.O.O.K.. of body the dt-ccasci! was a char- ter member. Thrr grim sMcnrr has visiied liic home of Ed. .Sparks and Jakcn tbencr his "wiir, under very sad circumstanc- es. Mr. Sparks is w-cll known and re specied here, and. deep sympathy is felt for. him in'his bereave- ment, as he is left with the care nf six small children, ihe youngest an infant barely one. week old. Fire on Monday morning destroyed a house in the northeast part of town, occupied by Mr. Greenup a.nrf family. The cause ot the fire is a mystery, but Mr. Grpcnup was able to save most of belongings. PULPWOOD IS CAUSING .ALL THE TROUBLE Toronto. Jan. special, to the Telegram from-Washington this morn- "ir ]K rne orovincial prohibi- tion of pulpwood from the Crown lands thai haR blocked the progress of the negotiattous thus far. The Uuiietl States representative; are holding our against a reduction of duty on the man nfacuired nrortucta in th? hope that the Dominion will bring persuasion v.> hear on the provinceF fo remove on pulpwood export. THE MOLSONS BANK Capital Paid Up................... Reserve Fund Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in Canada.' SAVINGS DEPARTMENT of and upwards received and in- allowed from date of deposit. S. and Foreign Exchange bought and sold at lowest rates. A General Banking Business Transacted. LSTHBRIDGE BRANCH D. JOHNSON, DIAMOND CITY BRANCH P. C. MORRftON, Local Lawyer Has an .Inconvenient Time in the Praise for the C. P. R. With the idea of getting through a professional ensagemcr.t -ae. Elicd, and returning to Lethbridge the same day, v. Poapst worked up sufficient for- jtiiude to catch the four o'clock morn- ing train ou Wednesday, which, bow- ever, did not leave the city until 6.30. He arrived at Frank at one o'clock, and there found that the train could not proceed. There -were tk> definite reports, but it was rumored that three or four trains were blocked, so that! they could not he moved by other! means than fay hart! labor. Trains! from the East were pointing to trails! from the West, and a snow plough J coisld not be got in'between. At nine p.m.. the train proceeded to return to Lethbridge, arriving at. -J.30 the next morn ing. Although much inconvenienced through not being able to keep bis ap- pointment, Mr. Poapst. in ;i cheery spirit, bows ro circumstances, and speaks highly of the manner tn which the C. P. K. looked after the comfort of rhe passengers. Board and rooms were furnished free at the hotels at Frank to anyone desiring them. he can get him some work to do or the weather moderates. Alderman Mc.N'eisu defeated- former I ilayor Kealy, of North Vancouver, fori-i- the mayorality. NEWSPAPER COUPONS Candidates in Division A must deliver nil :heir newspa- per coupons into the congest, office tomorrow to have them counted. Candidates in the outside districts, may mail newspaper coupons any time Saturday, will get credit for (hem. a candidate to become encouraged r by Jchiuook. been oiijchly canvRsaed, Impossible. over 1.000 Lethbridge not voted for a candidate: A subscrib- er phoned the contest man, the oth- thux a contestant subscription. So far no candidate had -been to his house.. contest man had no option, for this subscriber asked that a certain.candi-' date should call. Try a little house-to-house 'It'll pay.' Lost, stolen, rayed, kidnapped, vp.joooscd or skedaddled: A fiili-grotnvhealthy Chinook, said yes terrtay to he' headed for Southern Al- berta. Liheral rcvrard will be paid by the contest manager and candidates for thc capture and delivery of alleged PLAN TO KEEP OUT UNDESIRABLES TO THE 1TEJRALD: Lethbridge. Alta. I wish to help help J of candidate. address. by paying sub scription to for........... months The Weekly ........months. .........years, and inclose r-'.iyar beginning Votes, if Votes, if old Name Address State whether by mail or carrier. xet on the above cash must, accom- pany the order. A person now.rakiuj; The Herahl will receive votes, according to the making any payment on subscription, provided the above form is sent to ibe conicst depart- ment with money. Windsor. Ont., .Ian. J j Robinson, chief immigration officer nf j the Canadian inspection .service at i has been spending his lime for months investigaiinjc thp i plans anr! uiflihods used by Tnde.sir-! lables to enter Canada at border i i points. lie is about to inaugurate a i protective system Khich will debar j undesirables. j J MounTen" poljcpmrn will bf placed on jrtmy at border points such as Wind-: isor and Niagara Falls. Thrsp mm I who will have wide powers trill ro orripr back to rhn rnir- ?rd ii in their opinion the pcr- jsons ar? j SITICF- the polirr working in fonjunriion with hundrrds of havr Tujnfn hark tn j Thp I nitrri States and with mounted thr can he carried or, much VOTING COUPON DISCONTINUED Candidates should devote all their contest time soliciting subscriptions. Pink voting certificates point the way to success be counted, all newspaper coupons must be received at the contest ofhcc not later than Saturday, January 14th STANDINGCANDIDATES .Votes Will Be Added for Saturday's Issue of the Herald. GRAND PRIZES is Touring Car. tour, taking in Coronation of King tf Building Lot. DISTRICT PRIZES DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or DISTRICT trip or fJ6. DISTRICT trip 175; i DJViSlON A. r" At least one of tht grand prTzts go to tMi that part of thc City of Lethbridge lyinj nertS east of Uie fpjiowinj houodary: Third ATC.. from Fim Street to Sixrt Eouih'on Sixth to Fourth Are., eftst on Fourth >ve. to Eleventh St.. foiith on Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes gc to thiv district. MRS.A.H.HUMPHRIES, Tenth St. and 2nd Avt...........304.610 CAMPBELL AIRD, 1304 Sixth MISS GRACE PROUSE, 59 Argyle ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBetjj St. HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrancc District No. that part or ttit; city of Jying noutti and Kcst of the above boundary. At Icaat two o' the go this dUtriet MISS OLIVE DAVJES. Fifth Ave. MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. MISS AGNES DOWSETT. 507 Seventh South......115.HO MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY. 302 Sixth Ave. A. Sooth DIVISION B. At one of the grand go to thit District No. nil uiwns In Snuthtm Alborta 0rt- Col'jmbla over population. At least tvro of go to tila diatrtct. D. W. COULTER, Taber. Alta...................'.. .7.... .-fSO.tSO MISS EDITH HARKER. Cirdston, AJta. .4DOJ70 GEORGE E. PELLETIER, Pincher Creek 2S4JW MISS ELIZABETH McDONALD, Frank. Alta. MISS MARY MACKENZIE. Macfsod. Alta..... JOHN R. 8. C............. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, .iT.lH Dittrict No. MI Towns Tn Southern AlberU-anfl j tish Columbia, under JjOOO popiilntlon. At two of f rizec M district. u, L. Lake. AIU....... MISS KATHLEEN R. FARftELL. MISS EMJLY MILLER, low Islintf. Alt.. MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, STANLEY W. WELCH, Alta.........., MISS LILLIE MAY T1ERNEY, Burdett, '.___ SHETLAND PONY DIVISION A contest for boys anrt j-Trls under IS years ALICE Raymond. Alta......................iaT.iff AGNES KERR, Fourteenth St. RUSS2LL DUDLEY, Fernie. 3. -JOO PEGGIE GRAIG. 1252 Fourtn North 5T.M5 WALTER PA_WER. Laks, Alta............. 72435 WINNIE SELLENS, 90S Seventh St. JENNY McNULTY. 418 WMsan St............. ADA MURRAY, 1104 NORA STAFFORD, 1619 Horn St. JAMES NJSBET, Stafford it Contest Closes Mon day, January ;