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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 31, THE LtetnimininSE' DAILY IIEKALD .LYE ?FOR MAKINGSQAPJ SOFTENING WATER REMOVING OLD PAINTl DISINFECTING lCLOSETS.DRAINS.ANDl s FOR MANY OTHER PURPOSES! 1 THE STANDARD ARTICLE ISOLD EVERYWHERE! TRAIM JUST ONE SHOT BEHIND (Continued from Front Bergt. Ruswll of Ottawa., tied with Bppgt Oinmimda, former King's prize winner, for second place It was won 'Glasgow, 'Scot- land. Oh the Final.Stage The following Canadians who shot today in the second stage of th King's .prize, qualified for-.the fin.! Btaga shot oft tomorrow, Saturday 'Lanco Corp. Trainpr, Toronto, 19? tfte, Bfbby, Duiulas, Mar tin, Calgary 189, Pte Clifford 1 oron to, 1S8; Lieut.-F.-H. Morris, Bowman lilla, 194 Serst Russell Ottawa IV .W. M. -Morris, 'Winnipeg, 1S2 Bengt. Instructor Bayles, .Toronto 181 Thue eight Canadians are lef in or one lees than last year. Sergt Ruuell wins Lord .Strathcona's ctij for the highest score in the ssecon etase F H Morna wins tli watch by tl e Canarinn company Pte Clifford the troptu pre Dented ,by commandant of th Canadian Lieut. Col. Stimson Pte. the trophy presente ire launched at once, again de montrating that Lethbrldge leads all Canada F. W. Godsal interviewed By Prominent London Paper (London Chronicle) An interesting view of ,thc underly- ing principles and strength of the freo Irado (loniund in Western Canada was given to the representative of the Ilaili Cluonlclu bj fr, of Alberta. Mr. Godsal has ranched and grown wheat at Cowley, which is about one hundred, in lies south of Cal- gary, for the -last US years, and is u very welJ-knowu man in the uiiddle- of the Dominion. Ho is ah old Eton and Oxford man belonging to n family with Tory tra- ditions.; But he in heart and soul with demand Western fanners Mi- a reductiou-in the tariff. I v.m also a whole-hearted Free '.ratler." hu com men ted. "And what i more. 1 believe the United States H lull as other protectionist conn tucs rrc coming round lo tile win clple cf free trade. Indeed, I am al Riling mj Hntisli fuends ci nose of tlieih who are tariff, reform- ers.. 'You have waited patiently all there years for thu .Tuition of free trade, nnd Just as it. is coming you pose to throw it all away 'As lo the agitation among the ffr mer.5. ybu may'rely upon one .thing absolute is not i bogus movement. It is. of the farm- ers, bv ihe farmers, and for the mers. 'Nor is H a party move. I was my- self" surprised" when I returned after a shrrt. absence to see thp names of mer- whom-I knew as red hot Tones auncheti' to' the; petitions, and- enrSlled in (he organization Nor is ItNn agitation L> the American flu-mere, as J have soon stated. As a matter of fact, .they have largely stood do not understand-our'politics, and 'they ?re too bus> witlr the i own business to much interest in them PB I know Jt ib said that the moi Ejnent is a selfish one. But that L onu tine to the extent that I' is :iu on behalf of the farmers aif j And in evartlv the same the opposition of the Canadian rnnu faotuieru of the things we ask shall be'admitted; lower tariff, ;a sel- fish. But our demand is patriotic, be- cause agriculture is the most ant indiiatn of the coimtij We can do .without the :inn btt> elsew we cannot do without the agriculturists., Patriotic to Buy In U. 8. And there Is another point of "dew pointed out more than once CANADIAN JAILED IN ENGLAND Birmingham, Tulr Mur- as a well dreused Can hia addmsa AB TorontD 'T aaTreeteriJai sentenced to six 'months for 'stealing, a wflllet1 contain- ing and smentl cheques, fmrr. the diieotor of a large companj SAIL TOR HOME Jiily McBririe, Hon. Adam Beck, E Foster Sir M How.'l and Hufti sailed on the VnjJnim for Canada. PCTtKIORO Toronto lulv Peterboro OniMfTitivM todaj nommnted I n Burn Bam fof the Commons and L A for Ltflstotun Both ait that it is more patriotic lo bti> in the to" buy in-Canada; If ybu biij in the States jou pay a 1i per :ent. dut.v. or varies o[ that per cent paid as dutj goes Into the revenue of the country and is spent upon nation al orgin button and the national needs 'On the other hind if one buys In 'anada the per cent goes into the' pockets of the manufacturers, or mer- chants in the shape of profit and when the} faken enough Hill likel> remove it to Europe or elsewhere to spend. 'What the proportions are as be- ween Tories and Liberals.among far- 'lt be difficult to say. As he majorltj in the Dominion parlli iient Ts Liberal, 7 suppose we may me a right to assume it is roughly he same among the agriculturists. 'But: one thing '.s tertaJfci, that bethei the majority are Liberal or 'orj or nothing it all 111 politics hey are overwhelmingly in favor of for reduced tariffs That maj be as far as their politl al education has gone vet, and It may be that, they could, not; be polled at once.for a wholesale free trade pro- gramme 'A point they eto beginning derstand is thai Jf the tariff is high, it keeps the government from "getting enough income for all its purposes. High tariffs goods coming in and teseen Ihe amount of duty rec.eiv ed bv the goVeinmeut I often pointed out to them that Fngland findB her largest source of revenue in.: her. customers, who, finding tho duties kept low., are not stopped from j coming In, and paving upon the goods they bring "Another tliing (hat is making great headway Is the taxation of land values Vancouver has adopted the single tax since thai alone has bad five and six families, re- 19 even week Van conver IB'destined to be the richest and most, prosperous, cities of Another matter upon uhich Vlr God for propaganda purposes In tho States and Caimda, whllo in thu State of Ore- gon .they are all In operation. And Mr. Uoilttal declares that there the system IB working most satisfactorily. Ha supporters make largo claims Its behalf. "Direct they assort, "wlllmaku It possible to reduce tlie tax rale, and bring- ahout honeity in the politics of the slate, Lei Mr. Godsa.1 explain a HUle ''What is wanted by tliouo who su; port the direct legislation li remarks, "is Initiative, vested in the that upon the petition of 8 per ccnti of them u matter shall be proposed for 'legislation. If the legis lattice'does not take action, such pro- posed law may be voted on by Hie whole people. 'Tho next thing desired Is the re: t'erendurn. under which 5 per cent, of (tie qualified voters may demand that any law passed by ihe legislature' shall bo referred to the people foi eeptance or rejection by -their votes, ' the. third place we demand the recall, under'which power is re- served by the qualified voters to dls charfct public officei HID pio cedurc is that upon tho vote of not less (han 25 per cent', of those rjual fied to vole there shall: be a special or bye-election, the official at tacked la permitted-the right to offer himself for Uiis' made for tlie programme of the Direct league: With this machinery the people may, over the 'the legisla- ture, if necessary, initiate good laws', reject 'bad laws, or recall an unfaith fui or incompetent officer. Would Abolish Bribery 'No, I don't agree with the sugges lion-that may be made that the best men foi pailiamentaiy or municipal work icfusc to sene under the condition that they may be recalled from their position at' any time by; the vote of, a fickle public. On -.thi contrary, I believe that both In the; bliles ind in Canidi the best men Kept out of the of inent altogether by the fact that it unclean. 'Tho recall will remedy that. At. present elected for five years. They be removed. And so it1 ith while for coirupt men to bi'ibe them If U were that au tlie least'proof of dishonesty the peo- ple had the right anil the.power, to romove" them from office, bribery- would not be worth the while to aiiy one. 'There was a conspicuous case in Philadelphia. A citizen asked for the concession of street! railway prjvili eges, offeimg cheap f ues He got no answer of a conclusive character. A- little aftei the council ihe same concession to a gioup of politl clans John AWnarnakei to show the people of the value of what they were losing offoied to piy thiee million dollars for the franchises If thej were valid the maior signed the con cessions to :the politicians, and the eft; ictehed no compensation what The indignant ci'i7eiis were AO splutely powerless. With the In operation, they would have been able to take action, and with the endum might nave challenged the irtiou of the major and re voked it. f Mr. Godsal adds the-interesting. in- formation thai1'the invasion of (he United States citixeus .has caused ro lesfaeniug of tho desiie of the people as a whole to with the Empire, and: to their share of the necessary burden of its protection and advancement. TOM CARTER MAY BE IN THE PARTY nl had'something of importance to sj tho prlnrlplc of the referpn in Miioh been hwrd ot the refei endum ind a goW hai ftbout the InitUitiyo, ftJul the two In'.conJuBctlpiiTVMr. Ootl tdl dttctHMs them iti both'relations o but'includes a .bird the rpvuir t niler title of 'Direrf tlou, the tbrwi oomblncd (Continued fronv Front about by the Lethbridge. jwoplg. com- ing heie to ufait Falls last spring. The train win leave Leth- bndge some time in the of August 5, and run directly-to Great Falls arming here on the morning of August G. There is plenty .-of opportunity'.for to gT is a of tlie liveliest excursion that ever cros sed tho border, to-secure tickets. It. is promised this..will lie the greatest international trade developing excur- sion -party ever Started iout -in (.lie northwest. The cars will he placarded- great streamers announcing the train as the "Great Falls Board of .Coin merce Reciprocity Boosters' Excur- ciou.' LUCKY DAYS You'll be a lucky man if you take advantage of the unusual price inducements we are offering at our GREAT CLEARANCE SALE It's our unloading time, and it's such sales as this that keep us'pre- eminent in the clothing business, keeps our stock fresh and attractive, and our styles up to Fashion's latest edicts Every thing goes into the Sale Nothing Reserved As Too Good Extra Special Inducements For Saturday Byyers Suits 13.50 15.00 18.00; 20.00 22.00 25.00 28.00 Sale price 8.75 9.95 11.75 13.95 14.75 17.75 19.75 2150 nnil Ci Shirts, AV. G. R. Tookc TMPiii, makes; rcg'. to Bull- price ____ 75C" iiii oar; rog. jirico 35 C Li olii Wool Ujnlcnvcar; rcg. ]irici' 65 C Comhiniilioiis; rcg. -Si. 25; sale price Glen's iSlr.-nv 1-Jonlers, rcg. mid hah; price -75C IIosc, 3i5o; siilc price t5C SALE EN'D HATUKDAY NIGHT PlttiUy of K'oixl left. Be on hand and supply yojir and in- lurc needs at :i saving; of halt'. McKelvie McGuire THE LEADING CLOTHIERS STETTLER QETS G. T. P, Stettler, July Trunk Pn- cific. surveyors are at work surveying n line from Mirror, the new'divtelonal point on the Calgnry-Toflelii Raymond News Raymond. July Mrs. Geo. Gray now al'io In sit nn a day and will soon lie nroiiiid again. A 'telejihoiic was 'today put in the honsn or II. S. Allen's farm at 3-6-21. Dr. Wrny was in Letlibrldgo yes- terday naaistlllir Dr. McNally. with an ojcfilllon at Gait Ilo'apKal. Miss Dessa .Iblinr.on.hnd her tonsils removed this week. The 'operation was performed by Or. W. SkoUKOii, railroad contractor who has operating at' DajgcU, in town thli Call itli in town this w.sek wards Stettler According to the last Botllel, effects and two n Mis Clpmis went lid'ine' loiof> t'be Coronation in the opera house Lethbridgp. and to the 'ranch tod; Aiifa 31 AShitb'eck .back tonight. .They go to Stirling tomor row and Warner Saturday. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Wilson, mother and sister of Mis A F McDuf own" home and the occasion .the of n son. The told the reporis they arc at. work betweon Thompson's nnd Geo. Johnstons' pi-ices tliroe and a Mlf north ussc1 of Erskine. H was announced some time ago that this, company' would build a branch from Mirror through Htetller, N'ow this nssurod, and (lio 'people of the (own and dis- trict are rejoicing over ihe news. of horses and mules. me married men flie 11 ft He are tin? a soon for a gimc v. iMi Lho bncheloie "lllft firing can be hoard through town tonight. Tho, men are oul practice at, the Park Mrs..'Whitbeck and Mrs. Dave Clem- U came in fivm (.tie Klrkoldy Kitnch A case demanding tho aUciKion of the town marshal! occurred It H.ISJ, not 111 police couit, but in his (fie arc Iwjre from Hamilton, Ont. TJiey will visit probably a month. V. W. Karreu, of .Magmlb, repreacnt- Lng the Dccro Plow Co., is in Raymond today. Asked by the Herald scribe about the machine business he said It was good. Ills company will 50 binders on the Cardston bninch of the A. R.. fc 1. this being all the company can supply. a corresponding briskness in other farm machinery. The Herald correspondent, has just returned from a drive through Uic hasn't seen Mr. We. haven't heard reporter he weighed 11 pounds. This was yesterday and Hie Herald man Holt since. criticism of the work in pitcher's box of the Riiymond nine at Tabor, but wo would suggest that visits of the stork should be postponed till after tho baseball senson. sou was horn to Mr. anil O'Brien on Tuesday last. Mr. .Kd. Smith, a chronic invalid from l.umor of the af, hfs home hero Monday last, and was bur- ied yesterday. Service was hold in the Meeting House. 'Mr. Smith's home bns inot long boon released from a neniion' of for smallpox. H. C. Grnlmm, Vic. Turner and C. A.jihe Hewitt, Klite beaten. railed upon to tell he" knew n TROOPS RUSH TO CARDIFF Cardiff, Wales. July hun- dred Lancashire fusiliers arrived here today and occupied buildings in the dock diitrict. There was rioting- by Htohera throughout the night and the streets were strewn utth wreckage and the hospitals were fiUed with victims of mob violence. Lucky Strike' district and south tolaie'being made rto Grassy Lake, covering about 175 miles, [between tlie shipping men Md tbo and comes back to say'UiAt crops In j strikers in the hope of reaching ,a Riiymond and vicinity measure-up tojscUIemeni. The strikors today held up wagons ainythinx seen in nil tho countrj versed.' The acreage is greater In j loaded with tho belongings of some.' localities, but the quality of Chinese prow of a steamsltip. and after crop. In our own vicinity cannot Kveryone knows about our over powering the police guard turned ment' Cora'iwiiy picturca beet industry and the Herald man was them. the wagons in a side street and looted ;