Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, July 21; iftil. TTTE T.K i Hnnrnfir Y HERAT-D THE BIG ON SALE SAT. JULY 22 ONLY I SUITS SHOES HATS The Biggest Snap Any Suit in the Store from to To go out at All Oxfords in tan, black and novelty colors to To be cleared at Stiff and Soft Felts in black and colors, all sizes, to To be slaughtered at Negligee in stripes, plain and fawn shades, ajl sizeis Regular Saturday only CRAWFORD SHOES SAT. ONLY for MacLEOD BROS THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST ALBERTA BLOCK 5th STREET FANCY WASH VESTS AT 60c ON THE Makes Hair Grow -The Alberta Drug A Book Co. has nlnvlRorator that will grow hair or money bacfc. time to take care of your hair is when you have hair to take cure of. If -vour hair getting grad- ually falling out oannot be Jong be- fore the spots appear The greatest to 'stop'iii halr.frpm falling Is SALVIA, the Grew American Hair Grower, first discover ed In England SALVIA furnishes nourjehment to the hiilr roots and that people are amaz ed. And remember, It destroye the Dan druff germ, tbe little pell that saps the Ufe that -should (o to the hair froni'lbe SAWIA is Kid bv the Alberta ft Book-- Co. under a positive guarantee to tfllj .Dandruff, stop Fall- Ing iHair and Itching Scalp In ten Says or money back A large bottle 'Latin tor sage) Is on even bottle.) costs 50c The oord SALVIA" PROSPERITY INSPIRES LOYALTY Midi Lottie 18 lears man- the Gall office of the G.N.W. Company, has retired. The nrlMts of tjioceee have prwented Bishop Fallon with an auto worth (Winnipeg "Xo deputation ever succeeded ii fully convincing'parliament of th righteousness of its demands jas die "thst'monstcr depiifation of which went to Ottawa last said. James-McKwing, at a O-range picnic held at Varney, Out. Ihe oilier day. "One political purl} already stands pledged to the grant ing of the demands then made in re gard to reciprocity in farm products Tile Opposition leader, now. in the Viest, is promising, if given power, to concede some of the other de- mands in regard lo terminal" elevii- .ors and the Hudson Bay Railway. i we could nnly get the two. parties o work together we might ('reason- ably hope to secure all we have ask- ed lor. _ ".Any measure of justice "secured from politicians does not depend so much' upon the justice of a course prc icnted as upon the numbers; behind ricultiiral interest appeared before the Tariff Commission in 1905, lo urge 'resistance lo demands then being made bv manufacturers for an in- crease in the tariff, they were press- ed for a slaicnienf of the numbers in the organizations represented. .H was not Ihe justice or injustice of the case presented that, was considered.-, it was the power .of the interests sup lolling Ihe case (hat.wns being taken into account. The snmc lesson- csson that farmers must orga keep organized if they arc now. With Ihese barriers removed it stands to reason that this trade must he enlarged. If the at present being done wore not a profitable one it. would not go on in face of Ibis tariff. An enlargement of the trade must surely increase this leaches us said Mr. Jlc- Kwiug, "it is that loyalty and pros- perity go together. This teaching, is borne oul by experience. Canada was never so piospi-iolis as she is lodav and our people were never more loy- al. Make them niim prosperous and1 they will be still u'.ore loval. I "Hut. we are told, chiefly, by mouth! "Ki'cn those who arc opposiuc pieces of Ihe eapilalistic interest in 'agreement acknowledged ihc roronto, that we should .'leave well; facts. When I was on enough nlonc.1 What do we find these 'from Ottawa, after forming part of same interests doing in their .own the deputation of last December 1 case? Ucpreseiilalives of these inter-i fell in will, member of the House esls lately wont on an excursion, loj'of Commons. That memher dcchred ...JXew Ontario, and ever since they that, living as.hc did near Ihe bor have been crying out that the trade clcr, he knew what a good reci nicy arc to of Ontario must be captured Procity would be Uiemsclvcs fell-was related from JIo.ilr.Ml for the benefit of Tor-j'.vou are not going H the tune Hint great deputation ofloulo. They are not satisfied will, failure lo grant it v-ill ke r anners was Otlnwa. It was the letting 'well enough alone.' Thnr campai.u J GOVERNMENT OUSTED IN HAYTI Cape July 21.-Cape Hay ien is in the bands of.the revolut ;ts and Ihe sole protection of deans and other foreigners mcrican yacht arrived yesterday morning. The (Ji. States gunboat Petrel sailed sev hours previous to the arrival 01 yacht, leaving Anrerican iiile'rt unprotected. When the yacht ca into the harbor her owner, Mr. I) found the town in a state of sc anarchy. The insurgents were rapi approaching and President Simon a his troops had left on the l.ibertv 1'ort an I'rincc.. There were riiino also that the cruiser Antonic'Sim was on lier way to bombard some the ports. As is custom in uni. such conditions, most'uf the, residcn took sides with the, revolutionis, mil soon the unab o check tbp disorders. Mr. Dick n tilled the officiils Hut lie notild n_ permit any bombardment by Hayti warships, and would protect, the to cigncrs. Marly last night fightii broke out in Ihe streets, The scare of the yacht was kept playiu on the houses in which the Aineri ans who were brought in from ing on the railroid Ind collected nit their wives. The civic aiilhorit aided in protecting tbeni. At break, however, the government wa overthrown, the revolutionists ha I occupied the town, and streets, wer filled with excited nan shooting a random. All the women vtcrc takei aboard the yacht, while the foreigi 'consulates were tilled ROSEMEAD TIT-BITS The showers of mm on the Fourth j put the cool damper on th- celebra ion at Rosemead The sports and the ball game didn't come off, but fte success of the play dance in the evening made up iMrtiam for what j was missing. The audience appreciat ed "Tompkins- lined Alan beartllj and all have a good woid to speak, for tbe club, which it a. decidcy1 success. Worth Wicst and shlei weie Us! tors at. Jlrs. Archambios on Sund n Church service is now held in the I Wlismere school bouse evei) altei nate Sunday at..7 ,o p m Ev ei. bo.h is invited'to attend The ladle, of the district are bu.i taking subsciip tlons for an organ for Ihe house The trustees of the district gncn their consent to 0111 holding luenrj Or rlebates or any, other enteitiln ments we wish, so let us all help the good work on. Ah organ is something we jvill all appreciate, and which m cry school should) and -is crops .arc good jve. .can., ensilj snare A ool lar, or even fivi.'This >eni Don t let the ladies' labor be in Tut name down todai E. M. 0fn took Sund dinner at Worth' VViest's. liov. Nicholson, who has been at tending .the; National convention ol the Christian Clui'cl tf fa tUml Ore., is spending the week end at Rosemead, en route for his home at Portage la Prairie, Jlan. Are Your Kidneji Working Properly? Will p., You w.11 i. I hire s a lot of aboul rlwumai ami rheunutic pains inner hut you can dead sure thatVl. pain ac-iosi back came from dc- crcawd Uhut ailion 10 llle take out the umiuntKl collected by he rclurmm, stream-do it mij ibsorljent cotton in a funnel filter, the imptirilB- from polluted When tin Uinej, arc not Korklnt 5011 bound one of ,wo belw ind Ilrnht s or Rhcuma- tran lumbago lht tntr cour-c ,s usiully fatal ,nd the always puuful V011 need b The best prescription for all kid- troubles .Vyi! Jtom II no ,mclll -Jit sucntilic prescription composed of Ston-root BucU Juniper and other remedies of proved More than hat it has been proved by thousandi 'ho have had glad relief from it, nothing quite so miserable ai -lie dragging results Of Mncyt. You art trifling wm, yollr onn you neglect so simple a precaution JS a pleasant home treatment vuth Nyal'j Stout Root Compound nhcn results are u cerlam. It soothes bladder irritation on rest and comfort at mjht and makel fe once more enjujable The Ljdnejs Iner and bladder are ail ependent upon one another, and tone Root Compound I, partBukrl. Tngned to help them all Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG 4 BOOK CO. J D HIGINBOTHAM CO, JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDQE FIGHT SHY OF REOPROCITY MORRISON'LIKELV TO BE TORY .NOMINEE Vermilion, Alia., MI. vativcs of the district of ne culling candidates for nomination for the federal house it on Wcdnesaay afternoon luh will be the first nonnniling con.en tion held by the paitj the prounco and it is nnderslood to .be followed shortly by conventions in other dis The candidate at the last election was F. A. Morrison of Veg-revlllo. and it is pretty well understood lhat; the honor will agajn he uiianimously 'ten- dered to him next Wednesday 'ories at Ottawa Afraid to Talk it in the House tfawa Opposition committed itseli to purposeless ruction of both reciprocitv and Mnbiillon midnight 'he e Ind been m session since re ing for IwenU one hours while government and its supporters occupied onh sufv minutes of tint In c As tnrifi s pirilmuun ofTer Mr. Fielding launched the reci- procity resolution, whereupon Tay- loi New Westminster lose ind hours and ten minutes later rcsume'd' his sell his inanthon speech being iLUiltd to riemindmg fiom the gov- ernment (In uison lor tin, nnn prp duction of Ihe .liidge Murphi icport on the Ohmofc in- usligilion Hilfnn Lauricr ic plied tint it w is withheld on the ol the judge who urged the itiosccution of parties not it present in. the countn and lure publication would defeat thev c.mls of justice The premier added tint he feared Ullor's long speech, w is not for the puipose of citing in-] formation, hut to kill time bv ob- sliiiction He could havo secured tbe information in ten minutes had lie tie, siii.il msif id of spc-iking foi hie hours- Mi lor n tolled in heat Ibil he is nol killing tune in ex plinition which cmlcd rous of cyn1 cal laughter in the house. Mr. Bof- li.ii ilso ilLfcnded his follover igiinsl the Chirac 01 obstruction do- cl iruig tint lu hid rendered ser- icc tp both the House and i declaration that caused comment by Colonel Talbot, that the wesV Which was nn.vious to reach redistri- bution, would not think so. Mean- while the opposition continued to dc- vok its time lo tin. simc discussion imlHIic rctipincitv dcbite was not' rt at lied MI nuuii mauc mat recir When representatives of-; the ag- consistent will, loyalty. armors was in Ottawa. It was (he iingible exhibition of power; rcprc- by nearly a thousand farnrers -oin practically all parts of Canada, inch caused such prompt attention' o the demands presented." Dealing particularly with tccipro- 'ty, Mr. MclOwing.said the charge been made that reciprocity is not f istv letting 'well enough alone.' They i campaign material for the Opposl want to rio_the best that can be done lion-' .Vow that reciprocity is beine for Ihemsclws, and still object [secured Ibis same man is opposing lo farmers doing Ihc same by means That is an of reciprocity "That we .stand to gain by recipro- city is evident on the face'of the I case. Despite tariff barriers which I stand in the way-river half our out-' side trade is wild the United stales it. That is an indication ol me ex- tent of S0od deal of the sinccrily of Ihe opposition ihc agreement.'' CANADIAN AGENT, TORONTO, NEWS FROM THE OLD HOME Mrs. Hiibh.ird, aged js Guelph's oldest citizen, Hs registered by the census. I'M ward Oavls is enllllcd to th .ent In council! A. Homer Vlnond was of A msndnmiis has been served on Hamilton city council to compel Mount Hamilton reildents a SPEY ROYAL SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLED RT W. ft A. CILBEY IN THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED 10 YEARS OLD. Wine Spirit Co.