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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 22.1911. THE LETIfBKIDGK DAILY HERALD Inparfect Kidney Actioi Caniei Rkeanutitm .Rheumitilni with Its'kindred ailtneota Wry Neuralgia, usuHljy remits irom lodgments of uric acid in trie and muscles. Now the chief function of tlie kidncya la to properly filter this JXHSOI] from the blood. Only when they lail tn do lliis it Rheuinatllnv probable. KiUiiev weakness "larls in vnrioiia A sudden chill, after [reely, aonietimcs allies in tlie kidney] an unusual strain may cause it. 1'oisons which should be filtered out of the system are pumped back into llw blood, Uric Arid, the real raua of Rheumatism, Lumbago', Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc. 'In the early stages Nyal'i Stone Root Compound will if. start your kidneys working projj- trly so that the Uric Acid is jtabsorbed and elimiMlfd. Away joes vour Rheilmatism with il. Perhaps these early warning twinges btve paised ilnhecdud, and your Rheu' Mtiim has become deep seated. all snarled up in knots as il Then you'll need N'yal'i Rheuraitic Cure. r'; Ask your own' drugfisl about thcai remedies! -1 Hil opinion ia worlh while. told by DRUG BOOK CO. J. p. HIGINBOTHAM CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J.'ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE Reciprocity's Bennefit to Western Canada Some U. S. A. Views Herald harawlth praaanta V of vlcwa by Unjtid public man upon tht reciprocity igrfara Kept Up ConeresiriHn Sloan. Nebraska, April 190. The gentleman Irom Indiana _Mr. -iimpackor) aaid that It was'imfor- u n ate somo must live cloee to ie Canadian border.' Tlial 'is true; iid we cannot widen thai line in terms ol" miles, hut we can widen It in terms of money... IT we. uaiiiiot say thai, it shall be 500 miles wide we can say it shall be 10 'to, 26 cents per bushel wide." Canada Will Capture U. S. Barley (Senator N. June 14.) "The average barley yield in Canada JR 30 bushels. If it cosls IS to pro duce an aere o[ barley II co'Bts 27 centE a bushel in Canada Tha yield in Ihe United Statea IB luiilmis nnd the'cost. per b.ielial'.'iZ'cerHfc or 5 cents more per bushel in Canada. With the tariff removed Canada could easily supply the entire barley. market, of the United' They Fear Graitar Canada (Congressman Cjeorsa' 'W. 'Fall-field, New IS.) "Last year, without reciprocity, Brent .mtiiiy f.irmcrB want from the tVestern States to talte advantage of lie low-priced virgin laud offered to and tuke care of their own produce or lone the bualncBB and the retmll wo.uld higher urlrea In Winnipeg and lint part of Canada." Feara a JoKnitown Flood of Canadian Wheat (Senator McCumber, North Dakota, June H) "The PrfKidenl of Ihe United Slate not nniiinrttlmiid. (.ho cnormoi of thin CnnHdlan coimtr Tiieie poflRlblliileH huvc not hee brought home, to him. It is evlUun from hla remarks that he ilrlugency in food supplies. If li could fully umlurBtund th'j size, tb capacity of Ihls Canadian reiervpl with which he hopeB to prevent i lac of I am certain that h: "earn would vanish. 1 am .cental that 1C he knew that this great.emplr i few years, if necesslly require conlrt ralae more wheat than who] world Mow jiroducoa, he would inui 'earful of a .lonnilowii flood Uun.-p a drought." 4. CUBE l get. the csL in harem altirts will he displayed 'what the.reBultVill be when by-the fair inenibers- of the company Moore IB 'the first woman of avialjon. Slic was killed WOMAN KILLED -BYt AN AEROPLANE Eiajnp'es; "Pranc'i, .Tuly ie a I ,tha. aerodrome ,liere Loriight. Mme 'Moore had tna'de{ Rereral fine accents and- .wai, to'. inaKe high flight-- wh.en about 150 feet In ..the air her biplane was caught by n fUBL and capilzed. It fell nirnifihi to eanh and-ihe woman, was crushed .beneflth, .il.1 K. L. .aonompanied hy .ichool chorus ot..Los Angeles, arrived New'.Yorji, "In hja father's private, .car. -The boys' are taking a 'nille geographical lesson. Yorli..woman who" captured, a burglar, gives this recipe for ca'ch- ing one: "Trip him, siL on him, yell." CUNABD LINK Canadian Service Do yon know yon can now travel between Canada, and England -by'-the. old reliRbls direct Cnna'dian Bervjce bohdon' Soiuham ptoii 1 To Lopdon ird elaas ocean 129 From L'ondqn Cabin (pn'e.'clasi) up .The ,excellence of service for line.IB BO well linqWn is ...being maintained :in itB.Caniiriiaii Service. -For full particulars apply .to flpy..Cuiiard Line Canadian or. s. H, 'Gen. Agt. Can. Weat, 445 Winnipeg, Man. CIHIIUUITHII mmn LTI. The Royal Line MONTREAL OUIIIC TO IRI8TOL, ENGLAND Route to London on .Ten floating Salllnga from Montreal: ROYAL GEOROB JUliY 26 ROYAL EDWARD AUG. 9 ROYAL GEORGE AUG. 23 ROYAL EDWARD SBPT. 6 of Pasiage: 18T CLA98 fc UPWARDS 2ND CLASS IB 1.25 UPWARD IRp.CtASS, Bristol or L'tlon Further- Information from S. B. '.Mitchell.1 Agent C.P.Ry; H. Muclwth, CILy Tickel N. Ry., or ivrllc lo GENERAL AGENT, rKti our market of of ..people opened without any reafriction, what- ever to the great undeveloped farm- ing resources of Canada, remains to be seen. It is not what Canada la to- day- that we need much aa what Canada nb'e is in possession of our markets and Iv able to offer them freely lo Canada Gin Grow'Mprfl Wheat Than the U: 6. (Sengt'pr JlcCumber, Dftkota, J.une 14.) "The wheat prprtnctlon nf world' is today about .bushels. The northwestern provlnpea of liave a.n available cun be cultivated, and which. If all inwerl :o whcnit, would a cnual o world's production. Our annual crop-is in round numbers, ibo.iit bushels.- That, north- .Whtat Will be Higher In Canada [Congressman Edward It. Hamilton Mlclngan, April 18J "Imagine two-ponds of equal size >ne 10 feet higher than itlic icparated by a narrow neck of lip< Remove the barrier and tbe i will fall and the lower pond-wll Ise until they are exactly at the leighl. ApplyOhis to the wheat irea if C HUH da and the United Statea. I s clear price of wheat ange lower in Lbe United States ani Igher in Canada, by reason bf'thl grcement, and Ihat a.price m will bo reached. Who wl encfit of It is certain tha) fh will loae it" that ia fore rrinined by ihls get iho bcneit of it? Will Increase Price of Canadian ;Lindi (Senator McUumber, North Oakoti .June 14.J "The price of land in Richlanc County, In my 8tate (North Dalit''" is at least the average nrtca-'o1 land in Sagkatoliewan. IT our land therefore costs per acre arfd pro duces 15 bushels of wheat per.acru worth SO cerJls a bushel we would re- ceive a groEB rctiirn of per acra, If the Canadian farmer's coiiti per acre and produces per acre, worth SCI cents per' he receive a gross return pfjITQ per acre. ,Of course Mr. PreBJdent, ilie value of- land close to the" b'b't do not Bhow this tailing 'two eroal sections, feronce at the "present time is yery considerable. It. dtand to reason I fiat as the duty IE removed I difference wil[ -grow less." Canadian 'Landi [ncreaoed 'be Greatly. -'l Value (CougreEsnian Sloan, Nebraska, April "Now what, is going to ills LrcaHy Is 'made effective it open up millions of acres of rich, ile and cheap lands in the CanadlaR already proving very at- ractlve QIS is ahnivn by the hurfdredp jf t'houERnds of people who haye-gOfia rom the United States and sealed, ion heee landB, and to me It scemi ain we must pass through anpttyar ieriorl of depreasion like mito.! I'liich exiflterl east of the MUa'li ivcr while the farm lands of thj vere being (taken .up; and, as a. Ufttur- il result, C.inadv.nn lands reatly Increased in value at oupw-. V Rcreage when all under cultivation IB capable of producing four and one-half -timea aa much us. the. average yield, of the United States." Difference" CongresBinan JCbrth Dnk- ola, "'April :3IJ. X "I live in the State of North Dakota Up itherc we have a town where half ofthe town is North Dakota aiu. the Take'i off His Hat to Fielding and J Patterson Mandeli, April 20) "1 take off my hat to the gr who, on behalf tlio Dominion of Gaij- ada negotiated tliis treaty. No lonsBr may the Yankee pride himself on-fte: ing the great trader, of the woi'ld. -I commend to him our Canadian Those knew the traije'-'atld industries of their country ciij Jlie'y drew an agreement every line pf.wjiicli gave -them the advantage p'E McMillan's 3oth, 1910 "YoUr remedy, "I-'ruil.a.lives" is a perfect panacea for KheimmLisni. J'or years, suffered distressing from Sciali'c' Rheuiniilism, laid up Severn! times a year, and not nblc to work pi Anything. 1 wcntiodifTcrtnl doclors wlio (old me tlicre was no doing anylliing, it would swny. .Portu'nnlely, about two j-ears ayo, I got ilicy cured me. then, 1 take Ihem occiisioiiallj and itep free from pain. IQIII snllsfiud cured rricof Rlicn- Biitism end.they will euro anyone who JOHN B. McDONALO. Pndt-a-livea" is Uie greatest cure for Rbeutmtitm, Sciatica and Lumbago in 'the'worlcl. eiirca, because like fruit juidcil purifies the blood regulates Itijncyi, bowels and liuis keeps tjie whole system free of uric acid. Take "Fniit-a-tives" nnd yon will fiud iriMatit-relief and a prompt cure. for Irial or froiil Fruit-a-Lives Limited, not. the advantage of our markets and you pro-pose lo give I ho in l.liat advan- and- when yon do, the pi-ice of r land will be the same.'' Hlafitr. Prices on' -the U. S. A. Side Confrevnian LenrooL, Wisconsin, Apr. V. .17.) prices of agricultural products 'much higher lii Uie United Slates Canada.. the report of the 'arlff Board the .'average price, of .wheat rocuiveri hy the farmer n Caiiatla in 1910 'was 73. S cenls per while ..oiir! farmers received per biiehel. or 16 cents bushel more. ,Uhan the Canadian armer received. '_, According lo NIC eport o.f the Tariff Hoard for hit; jjrleyrth'e Canadian fai'mer received 7.4 cents wlilleV-jo'tii; fermers nverag- cents per bushel, or 10. ccnls inurkul llic BiibKi.anllal part of their (iroducU j.nd tililppliiK tlium aci'osn Llie Hen to be sold lo tliu iiiidoi'imlil hilxH' of Loiidpn land Uvcriwol. iJnn.'ulii knows ihe tmmu Ililng. If nut why i she bec'ii knocking at our door for halt a century La got Inlo our iimrkeln? I'eallxofi tliclr value even If 301110 of (he yoiiUomun on Ihls flour do Will Encourage Canadian Develop- ment (Congressman Mondcl, Apr. 20) "Tliero iu an objection lo LhlB rtfiree- incut which appuolt; vory strongly to ihc. people nf tbe Intermoiintniii StalOH whd arc dcKinnus of EiCchi'gihRlr couu- vy fieltltid'aiid tlevelupcd. l-'or a Hum- ier of years 'past (here bus a it roller lidc of fminlgraflon fi'om the Jiiltctl St.iles'into the Uamidiau norih- mostly of farmers indbnainesK .men of HO me nieaiiH, the class we need the most for the -eglon. TtiHBG people have been pj'RR- ng llnough our terrllory by the Ihous- mdG lured to Canadn by extensive ad- ullsiny, octling forth the liberallly, if Canadian l.inil laws compared wilh I nira and therefore Uie better oppor unliicB of securing a home aiitl ajam ilicaply. This agreement, providing; it docH, tlnit Uie immigrant to Lhi iiadinn northwest slmll enjoy ;nJfIi lonal ndvauiHses by havlriR free :eas to our markets for his produce nd hie live ivionk lend lo liirthci 'neonrage a.nd Inci-eiise the KCttlemeui if Canada by American farmers-Unit etardine and idclnylng the setileiuoitl i it devclopmc.Tt ef our own Jnler nountaiD States." MAJESTIC THEATRE W. e. SHERMAN. Manager. TO-NIGHT Sherman and Cleveland present "The Rajah" A laughing musical comedy 75c and per b.jsliel tlia.n the Canadian irraeK For his flax seed the. Can- dlft'n farmer received ?2.07 per hush sr- bushel, farmers received J2.3( 21! cents per bushel ,ore ttinri the Canadian farmer. "For hia ahrt 1 libpe the gentle- AhiEsacliusetls (Mr. Peters) Clmmber Canadian .rnaer receiver! jfl.GG per ton, while jr farmers received per. Ion 12.80 per Ion more than the Can- dian. farmer." thcr half in Manitoba. 'One'.of the.I wonderful martsts cf vincipal streets (OIITIB the; boiindary Inte. Mow do you ,'a' for the act that tlie millers Tor years have been paying from 10 to 12 cents a bushel more for wheat and the malt- iters -have been paying- from to 25 30 cents more for bailey and the merchants have been paying from .0 to 25 cents more for flax the InterScan aide of that street than on he Canadian side? If-.the Liverpool market or the hiaj'kelB of. the world fcontrpl the dp you account for the fact? V Will Mean Proiperjty for Canada (Ex-Speaker April 19) "NotwithFtnnding all fall I the De- mocratic party, with1 their enormous thai I ha grade of wh'eftl'npii- majority in the Houiv will pass this jtjoned or (he price of wheat In the miscalled reciprocity which will markets Js based upon (he val- remilL In prosperity for our Canadian ue of die wheat. All neighbors amri Itpnkruptqy (or -thoae Lf iJie not of the same Tp ensaged in in ;the: United So lnat wnen tbe price of wheat wonderful co.unlry CHI earth ei. change for seeming advantages in Uie markets of R land where, in-wpiteiof all preferential tariffs against, us, we now practically cuntrol ;ill the niarketa woilth while." Wheat Prices Higher In the Unlltd States (Congressman .Inn. W. Fordney, Mlphi- Kan, April 17) "That wheat is cheaper in Canada than it is in the United Slates' no In- telligent man will dispute. .Borne argument has been made here that the price of wheat on both sides'1 of-the line does not vary much if any. the gentleman making that a 'Canada Advantages JpngreBEman Charles E. Pickett, Iowa. April 18) "No one has yet reconciled this av- inient with the difference in price at obtains in lowns along the Cjiiiii- ari. border. Take Portal, N. D., and plith Portal, Canada a street, dividing .tne.'two, there as the gentleman from Nortli paknia I.Mr. Hariina) has point- ed- oiit, -there is :i mar he'd difierenco jii -Lbe price of wheat, barley, Max and other products rnlsprl in the same com- munity on tlie eoil, wilh the samjj trorns port Hi ion 'narrow" strip nf SO feet dividing the The farmers of this country know, the difference between a home Slates Now It-Ia-un to ua lo ntinue lo develop our own Minneapolis and St. Paul ma-rhits, yoiij im eaal to ,nnd from may mark down In your memorandum outh, or .will without thal IB no4i Ule snmc pf whether we will care for o.ur Will we continue lo develop otir coun'try froir north to sou one lota ol' comprehension throw opon our markets to all the agricultural products of (the japldly developing country In. Canadian Railwaya" Mutt Ktduca (Mr. Moore, PenniylvaiiiR; Debate in the Home of Representatives April 17 "My quest.'on IB pertinent .to Ihe question, the gentleman in now con- sidering. 1 (want lo aak'if the rail- ronda of this country would do n fircalor biiBiiiCBS by rcaipn of the ln- :reaaerl amount of freight tbnt would conic lo Iliom from llic CaiiHdhin Mr." ('nimjiiirkcr, (hnllaim) "It would In'orcHSfi nouic. Il would (lie Cjniidlati iMllronda ilio Htnulimi slilp linus ruddcu ratvu, stated to be I he same In ai In the Oflkotas and MiuneEOla or at wlicitl, because there is a in the value of our markets for the various grades of wheat." Canadian Land Prices Will Go Up (From Debate in ithe HOUHB of senLaLlvea, April 17) Mr. Hughes of New (he goiitlcmmi explain to ua why it is thai the Canadian farmer'n land la worlh so much more and sells for ad much A member "produces so much more." Air. I.ein-onr, do nol re I (he Air. IK. Wliy hen It proiiner.H KO nnum more 11 Hla for so imicli .Mr. ihej1-. hqve f1 -ic Tlnre's Something Wrqig. Of, MpisCs Indian tool Nils Will Blgfillt, When h teems at if you limply could not bear up any longer it n high lime to look for the ciusc ofthe trouble the remedy. In in astonishingly large number ol the rcil cause of U'oman'i misery is found to be cons- tipation, and the remedy thit ahvayi curcaii Dr. Morje'j Rnt pith, Neglect ofihc diily movement ofthe so necessary to health, icon pcitoru the whole system from the Impurities reuincd in (he body. Headache-', indigestion, biliouincu ind laujnidf folloiv, ind often more icrioui ft ID ile disordcri ire broufki on at Dr. Morse's Indian Root PtTIs not regulate the bou'els. but they lljmulite kidneys and ilcin as well to throw off" waste matter ind purify ihe blood. The ia quirkly apparent in the disappenr.iiict: oTlhe headaclic.1! and ind return of health nnd TlioiisJiuIs of women all over the world their licalth tg Df- Morse's JtiJi'iin Kact Midehy W. H. Ccmsiupfc Co., Ltd., Mrpckvillc, Onl.. and told Ly all dealers OPEN SHOP IS NOTTHE ISSUE Miner's Make Position Clear Jo the Minister of Labor Fernle, .lulv n regular raeet- ng of the district executive board here in the Aimers' Hall loday at which were present President Powell, St'nbl.s, Cartpr, board members ,1. 0. .l.-K. Smllli, Fcruie; W.-Lees, Bankhead; D. McKiib, Leth- nnd intcrhalioiml bo.ird mcm- 'borB." AI. Purcill and C. Gar.ncr, nn amount' of routine business tran- sacted. A communication -from (.he Fernie Board 6E Trade repre- Gentativos. a Joint meeting 'Of tjifl- Boardis of Trade'of Albor'la, southeast. D: C.F and Snsliatcbcwiin, and ceut Lhe, saine.L The meelliiff will be hold at nn Monday, July L'4 to discuss the best means of reliev- ing coal famine. It .decided Hjno to'send reprc- BentMiVes Lb "Ibe Dominion Trades and Labor Congress helrl in A despatch was'seni. to Hon. Mac-' Jteuzie" King -aiirl.'repeated to tlie fol- Jowing mcmbe'ra: A. S. J. 'M. S. Mc- .CarUiy. and Alphouee Vervillc, as fol- lows: "Newspapers have reported you'as stating (o the HOUBO that Hie cause of dispute here ria Iho' of a closed or open shop, and UIFU eeitle- mciH of Hi is "point would pniniicdlly Gfiltle the atrike. Tour slntemen! is no doubt rounded on the report of Dr, Gordon.which is entirely mislentliiig and untrue. This mmer was onl referred to" casually: by Uie board dur- ing Ihe investigation, hut. :i pear Ip, Imve, been made the menus] or'apologizing to settle llic !H.I cause of diKiiute, I.e., the (iiiei tlon of wngeH. We offered nt a MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Phone Ml. Two Nights commencing Monday, July 24 The Greateil Dramatic ftll of the Century U Man" Clarence JieniieH Co.'s By EDWIN MILJON ROYLE iireiikerl THE SHOW THAT DAZZLED TWO CONTINENTS A Stirring American Drama Great Acta WE AIM TO PLEASE OUR PATRONS WHERE EVERYBODY GOES' OUR USUAL AKir'8.-A.N1D "Soa tlie great, stage'hold-up. THIS MFDFLC-illT Jl A Tills pititurc will stir the emotions and thrill with its situations. v Featuring MJGB' Florence Lawrence, the Croiraed PicCure'doin.'" 'FOR. Vou Aulo See It. lOc -W, limes lo renew, old- conditions mil LI or .of ojieii sliop pi-pvid Ing Iho wage nncstipn can be Signed on -belialr of tho executive board: W. A'. .I. CARTER. C. STliBhs. New Yoric'Stiiic has just ariopted a law that will -practically compel ho- lelg and restauranls to lake native same, except rabbits, ami including riucUs, off Ihe bill Of fare. Rev.. Francis E.-Clark, p.p., I.L.D., president of the United .Society of Christian, Endeavor and World's Chrislinn Endeavor union. Before .buying see: my ;The best j In, the west. j. r S. Mi Thirteenth Lethbridgc, .As free as niumilaiiralr. only, dp ail jny To gee lliem ia to buy ATTACK FRENCH OFFICER- Spanish Picket Beat Him VVitb Sabres and Pointed Rifles at Him Tangier, -Morocco, July dls- jjatclt from Alcozar says'" Ihnt. ,'i.he French lienteimiH, liislriic'Lor here that Ihe trouble throus'h Thiriet's stopptns- somp'. Jlaoricli deserlers and trying ,lo -o'j- tnin their names. The Spanish. iers came up intervened. ,The brnwl wag ended hy ilio arrival. q( a Spaniali officer'who was.'lit' drag off his, i .eralLy" _ of Hie .Mooriiih troops caiiipBd at: llou- Kah while riding lo Alcazar was peel by a Spanish picket.-. -.The.'sdldiers DIED IN THE CELLS tried to force the French, officer-tn July dieinoimt but Tliiriet refused. A, pa-j a t'Jple ivlio was picked up by the. trol pt" cnvalry with drawn, sworrln police Jn an unconscious" cqhditioji and 'a detncliinent of- iiifuiilry with I'lNctl bnyoncta rushed...up (ind. sur- rnuiided (he officer. They ,bcat .with tbe flats of their siiibrcs, accord- ing lo a dispatch, and 'pointed'I heir rifles at him and him to' (lie Spanish camp- Thiriel was cle- Inlned an hour and nfter being ,'iucs-. lioncd by Col. Sylvestre was released. Oilier delalls of the incident received i night and was refused aduij'tlanrje In the NoLrc Dame Ihe dcctors there diagnosed fis gnnjily drimhuosD, refused to up in the cells tin's morn frig and died- shortly after being lirought to 'the; General hospital for 'treatment. Turn about Is .fair except will) a crooked roulette wheel.. WHOLESALE nelly, WaLson Calgary. ;