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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta It. THE LETHBHIDitfE DAILY HERALlV MATINIE 2 to I STMIW 15c TO-NIGHT 7M 11 lOc CORONATION PICTURES PICTURES ARE CLEAR AND 8MOW> IVIRV DETAIL OF THE GREAT CEREMONY. Special CORONATION Music Extra Attraction Extra COME UNTO ME A HEART TOUCHING DRAMA. Spoiled Foolshead Christmas t RESIGNATION DO NOT (MISS THIS ONE K. E, WILLIS, Tenor Soloist BY SPECIAL REQUEST we will present the COR- ONATION PICTURES This hrpoB- Itlyely the blgteet attraction ever given at Star- Iwid vajid the tremendous attendance 'Saturday night'will be the best advertisement for another houie tonight. COME EARLY TO GET IPlCTURfcS. Ci. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., COMPLETE CHANGE TONIGHT Well Received. fr-Bi-Our" 'peV'1 Uncle from America. Song Sinner. Famous La Solta. Employed in a Bank, (Italia) on the Bank of the Nile Italia) THE FAMILY THEATRE Doort Open 7 SO First .Curtain 8 p.m. tiVER NIAGARA FALLS IJV AN AEROPLANE. 'I he above photograph sbows Lincoln Beaehey and his In of tbfl most fligdts ercr attempted C hoe red hftj thousand per hens he dew oxer the Falls, down the gorge under Uie steel arch fridge nud landed on the Canadian sido of the totrenU PINCHER CREEK NEWS The lire lingade leases htre on Mon- day night for Medicine Hat to lake part in the provincial firemen's assn ciation Our firemen iibiulH win a prize or on an out- ing of tins description and ilie yrts ent occasion is--not likely to-'be'rin exception to the rule A brief duration otte- red here on Saturday afternoon but which at first threatened to be.moro hsting Following a Fafm spell tie temperature becoirp quite pool, in much so that overcoats arc not much. of. a luxury as.-a' necessity -some evenings. Geo. White has taken a positioi at the West .Hotel as bartender. Thomson has resigned int. po siiion at.the West Hotel and lei I for unknown points in the .west Rost will jn for Winnipeg where he 1 JKL in the fair. He evpeets to be -roiib ten A report Issued from Paris reports an increased volume of Canadian trade with France. NA-DRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS CHnMol THE RECIPROCITY ijllESTION The tariff demands, 'of farmers of Cumidfi made to Sir Wilfrid burner on Dec- ember, iftth, 1910, Avei'o'in the following words, delegation, representative of (lie agri- cultural interests of Canada, desire to approach you upon the question the bearing of the Oau- customs1 tariff. "We come, asking no favors at your hands. We bcnr with us no feeling of antipathy towards any other line of industrial We welcome with- in the limits of Canada's broad domain every le- gitimate form of industrial but in view of the fact tlirit the further progress and de- velopment of the agricultural industry is of such importance to the general welfare of the State, that all other Canadian industries are so dependent upon its success, that its constant con- ditions forms the great barometer of trade, we consider its operations should no longer be ham- pered by tariff restrictions." "And in view of the favorable approaches al- ready made through President Taft and the Am- erican Government looking towards more friend- ly trade relations and the Un- ited States this memoriaLtakes form as "1. That we strongly favor reciprocal Free Trade between Canada and the United States in all horticultural, agricultural and animal pro- ducts, spraying materials, fertilisers.' illuminat- ing, fuel and lubrlcataing oils, cement fish and lumber. "2. Reciprocal between the two conn tries in-all agricultural implements, machinery, vehicles and parts of each'1 of these: and in the event of a favorable arrangement being reached, it be carried into effect through the independent action of the respective governments, rather than by the hard and fast requirements of a treaty. '3.' ,jAYe also favor the principle of British pre- ferential tariff, and urge an immediate lowering of the duties on all JJritish goods tpsone-half the rates charged the general .tariff schedule whatever that may be; and that any trade advan- tages given the United States in reciprocal trade relations! be extended to-Great Britain. "4 For such further gradual reduction of the remaining preferential tariff as will ensure the establishment of complete Free Trade between Canada and the Motherland within ten years. s "5. That the farmers of this country are will- ing to face direct taxataion in such form as may be advisable to make up the revenue required under new tariff conditions. "Believing that the greatest misfortune which can bofajl any country is to have its people hud- dled together in great centres of populataion, and thai I lie bearing of the present Customs tariff has the tendency to encourage that (ondition, and lealizing also that in view of the constant mcnt of our people away from the farms, the gicatcst problem which presents itself to Canad- ian is the problem of retaining our people on the soil, we come doubly assured of [he justice of our'petition: "Trusting this memorial meet your fav- orable consideration, and that (lie substance of its, pi fryer be granted with all icasonablo dispatch. "On behalf of the Canadian Council of Agn- nltiuc, (Signed) D. W. McCUAIG, Pres. B. C. DKTJRY, Sec. DECIDE CASE ON ITS MERITS Ottawa, July case of An- gelina NeapolitaiT, sentenced to die at ilic Canadian Soo, for the murder of her husband: and the subsequent deluging of Uie department Of justice with petitions praying for executive is provoking unfavorable comment at. Ottawa., The unfortunate physical condition of the condemned woman has elicited widespread sympathy, but it be stated with authority that Sir Allen Aylesworth will decide ihe case ab- solutely upon Us morits and without regard to the efforts of Mic thousands of well meaning -petitioners. Tt is quile likely Ihnf, an examina- tion of. the court records by the min- j isler will reveal aspects of the cane which will amply Justify a.commuta- tion of the sentence but ihe extraor- dinary interest, manifested in the wo- man's .predicament will not weigh with tlie department. Cases of this sort in which tiie life of the prisonor'is _In .the are decided by the govemor-in-eoimcil on a 'report from Sir Allen Aylesworth, and must then be' approved 'by the governor-general. STURGEON FLOPPEfJ INTO BOAT. 'Montreal, July magnificent sturgeon, weighing 80 pounds and measuring four feet five inches in length and two feet1 and lilx inches In c'lremmTerence, jumped Into a boat attached to a barge at the foot of the quay, and.wRi.jaiHured by TL C 1 L TL Dl the bale at 1 he Blue Store Continues Y Just received a large consignment of Crockery, Tinware, Notions, Cutlery, Prints, Flannelettes, which we place on sale at prices never heard of before in Lethbridge 5000 yards Print, 2000 yards Flan- nellette, to clear at thii sale, per yard............ All Ladies' Wrappers, Skirts, Waists and Night Dresses, to clear at this sale, 1-3 less than wholesale price 100 Ladies' Linen Skirts clear at this sale....... 10 65c 200 Men's Felt, toft and Derby to clear at thii tale or 250 Men't Sailor Straw HaU to clear at this 500 Suits, special to clear at this sale Trunks Grips Men's Furnishings Groceries To clear at this sale at less than manufacturer's cost Salespeople Wanted at Once 514 -OUR PHONE- PROMPT DELIVERY ASSURED 514 THE BLUE STORE S. LISS, Manager 606 4th Ave. S. FIRST SENTENCE TONEW JAIL Austin Murray, a young lad about seventeen years of ago. who carries on business BB a Junk gatherer, pick up two-parts of a stove Belong ing W. D.; Scott, ;a plumber, not long ago, and disposed of them to M Fefferman, second hand dealer. In some way.Scott got track of the deal and this morning Murray appeared for trial at the police court. The val ue of the articles was about fifteen dollars. Feffermflri swears he did not know that he tv-ais receiving stol en goods-'-biit .the- niissing articles were produced in court and sworn to ly both 'Kefferman. Re- 'iewing the evidence the magistrate said that, he had no other course but to sentence ,'Miirray LU one month the provincial jail without the op- tion of a fino. .'This 'is the first com- mitment.to the new jail since it was opene'd on Thursday. A Good Deffnce Against the White Pligne No one can afford to lessen their pro- ucing power to day, and to porrer ou roust hi.-e good ina-hinery The human body is the greatest hine most wonder- al mechanisni In the world It if sheer economic waste not to keep body In the best condition There is no valid for allowing he twsuel to become attacLed by the white plague. You need your health and Canada needs you. Insure against it by building up your reserve forces and bodily defences The best defence you can get is Nyal's Cod Liver Compound. It builds up tne tissues and prevents disuse A delicious tonic and splendid vital- bir, puts on good, solid flesh, and makes you feel fit for any For the puny and backwsrd child there Is nothing better. Nyal's Cod Liver Com- pound wili soon bring the roses back to the check and jive vigor and Your own Druggist cheerfully fes Nyal's Cod'Liver Compound. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA ORUG BOOK CO. 1, O. HIGINBOTHAM A CO.. JACKSON COPE 'W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE f N R HAS Tfl THANK liTHBRJDCE I.W.K.IUUIU mmfm WHACK UP Crooksloii, Minn July 9 aggregating bl, important be caiibe cmy plaintiff in Iwche suits for lire losses aguinst the Canadian Northern giv- en a verdict, weie returned by a jury aflci wrestling with the case from iTidai afternoon until 2am Satilr- clav The indmdual verdicts as follows Man- Peterson 5948, H.ms Christen Thos Hunlin 0117, Wheeler Misney Loan, Crooks- ton, Prank Lavisou Ilrennan James Clarke Evidently the Winnipeg business men'were rojally entertained while in the citi' of Lethbridge, u the follovuiig resolution passed it f the last meeting of the Winnipeg De- iplopmfni, anil Industrial Bureau. "That, the Winnipeg Development and Industrial Bureau takes note rel the splendid spuit of helpfulness and ac- cord shown by tlie Board of Trade rj( Lethbridge towards the Business Men's Excursion Winnipeg of 1911, and tenders the hearty toanki of, thu Bureau for it, "That this Bureau appreciates the greeting ,md entertaining tendered the business men of Winnipeg on tour by the uti of Lnthhridge, and expresses lU pleasure and gratification at ths co-operation flinch did so much 'to John Stone Edith, I'all S525, Wcstern tour through the Andrew Peterson lit Hvndry I so successful and so 1 umber Underwriters building up closer anil The icnlict for the underwriters is beUc, between all oj important owing to the fact that other insurance companies combined our irrp.it Western .country, 1 That, this Buteau hopes to be able their losses amounting to to ?o generous- to starting a Mill hj accorded tl.c Husincsa Kzn't Ei- against the Canadian Northern jcurslnn bj the Board "o( flftv othci suits aie pending anil others will be started owing to the that been recoicred Loring Youniiijiiist, ,of this city, and children, of Williams, 'near where the losses sus'tained, represented the plainfjiff, Baxter, of "Nlinncapolis, and Mitchell of the dcfcnd- ints The combined cases ucrc bitter y fought For ten the longest IAS civil trial ever held- and tlie'jlcfemlanis' in Crookston, 'ccli'tcred (licir figlii against, (lie claims of-Mary'Pet- erson and the1 Wlicolcr Lonn Co., the onlv two verdicts that were inaloriallv less Uian the were and f respectively. BRANDON FEELS itTTER .Tnly tllow- ers since been followed, by 'bright, wirm weather, without the cooking'heat1: of last week and crop conditions'could hard- ly be Wler It Is Ideal growing weather A hill has just become law In Hwitzerland whereby' Insurance against sickness Is, made compulsory. About will kr. expended in the construction new ves- sels of the Olympic-class in the Southampton-N'ow York'line. Tiailc, and begs to assure that body of its desire to make a fitting return, HI Mml 01 otherwise whenever Hinay hi- possible to ilo BO t SEND-OFF TO CANADIANS Liverpool, July Wlnnlpflf Highlanders aift Canadian naral tlngent were git en a hearty HBd-ofT on the Victorian today The High- landers were nlayed to by Liver- pool Scottish Pipers The Lord.May- or, dock officials also attended. What's This? If you wish to buy lands or lots in Ma- cleod, and if you wish (o turn silver into gold, consult Chas. Gammon Alberta ;