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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pate 10 Tfl K, 1JAI.LY July MAYOR OF REVELSTOKE FINES SELF IN COURT Magistrate Sits on his Own FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARK THE BIG MGllTS AT HTAKLAND a 3 U o THE DIAMOND STAR OUR BIG WEEK-END. SPECIAL FEATURE H I m S 2 -i o c CIRCLE "C" WEDDING PRESENT A Thoroughly Intsrestlng and Arnu'tihgVComedy. K. E. SOLOIST COMING VERY SOON. The Antw Case With Very Amus- ing Sequel July Tho proceed- ings of last night's police courl ills- I closed In u very glaring manner the fact Unit ihe bylaws of the cliy were .ostensibly made to be broken. Magis- itrute Hamilton having before him no respect lo the riding of MOUNT ROYAL CQLL.EQE Calgary, AIU. Classes Open September 7th. 1911. High Class Kesidential (or Boys and Young Men. and Girls and Young Women. Loading denominations represented oiHts Faculty and Gorerninc Board. Non-sectarian in the best sense. Gov- ernment Charter, ideal location. Staff of highest scholarship and experience. Dormitories, classrooms and dining hall, equipped and furnished the verv best. New hmldinji. COURSES OF STUDY Preparatory. Teachers'. University Matriculation. Royal Military College, Civil Service, two years tinder-graduate work, business, book- keeping, shorthand, typewriting, Conservatory of .Music, Manual and Technical Training, Household Science anrt Art. Physical Culture and Expression, Kine Arts, Ladies' College Course, Special Courses for Boys. For Calendar and particulars G. W. KERBY. less than twenty cases of fracture of the bylaw in respect to th bicycles on the sidewalks. A curious condition of affairs arose when it hecomes necessary for the magistrate to sit on his own case, his name appearing on the list of miscre- ants The magistrate is also mayor of ;the oity, and as an example to others he fined himself and costs. I Two of the city aldermen also an- swered the summons on the same charge, and were lined and costs apiece, while seventeen private citi- 'zens each paid Si' and costs. i Tho activity the part of jthe police was actuated hy certain statements made at a recent, council iineetlng. "'lien Alderman Brahamson the police for their inactiv- ity in enforcing the city bylaw in this 'respect. Another curious fact was Ibrought to light in this case, as the name of the alderman to whom is at- Itributcd this activity appeared first on the list. Elgin keepers of dsorderly houses were also haled into court and fined and costs each for selling liquor i without a license. A GRAND FOR ID PEOPLE "FnlM-Hws" Unions Tli HuM anl Stringth of Yoitlt. GRAND K Quit., Jan. 2nd, into, "1 heart ily recommend "Hriiil-a-tivcs" to all who suffer from constipation nnd the painful consequence, Piles. 1 am now over So years of age and suffered for more than 10 years with Constipation Piles. tried all kinds of remedies, bill nothing cured me. About four years ago, I received .1 sample of Alter taking a few doses. 1 felt that "FVuh-a-lives" were doing me good. As "I'mil-a-tives" were not sold here then, 1 wrote to Ottawa for several boxes. np Residential J r 1 II I t y School tor Boys Healthy CollegeSjT Extensive play SL _ 1 grounds. largf C 11 O O 1 gymnasium, and '--'skating rinks, Port Hope, Ont etc. Boys prepared for'the Universities. Boyal' Military College and business. Special attention given to younger boys. Next term begins 13. New boys must report Sent. 12. For calendar and all information ap- ply to the Head Master. Rev. OSWALD RIGBY, M.A. (Cam- Port Hope, Ont. DEAN HOLE'S VERSE IS NOT LIKED STEAMER SINKS CREW DROWNS Halifax, NT. S., July steam- er John Irwin reported yesterday to ;be overdue on a trip from Port Alor- in National to Halifax foundered, and out of ]her crew of eleven, ten perished. The them Does Not Meet With General Approval AJtcr taking four boxes, I felt my Bowels were and the Piles had N. JOUBERT. By taking one "Fruit-.vtives" tablet half an hour before one or two at people can correct nit Stomach, Ijiver and Kidney Troubles. 11 the faraoui frail medicine is mild and gentle in pleaaut to the no other remedy has been found to be so effective in keeping old folks in good health. 5oc. a box, 6 for trial size, ajc, At all dealers or sent on receipt of prica by Ftuit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Old Timer Dead Portage la Prairie, -July Carton, one. of tho oldest pioneers of jonly man saved is W. L. .McLeod, the I mate, who, on reaching Sherbrooke, UVesiern Canada and one whose life THE MARKET FOR WHEAT Jus. Bower, president of tho United Farmers of Alberta, ia the author of the following letter to the AJ. bcrlan: In your editorial of ihe I'HIi "The Price of Wheat' you suite that a cur- respondent from liadsby takes issue with tbe claim that reciprocity will rnise the price of wheaU Not having j seen the Iclier written by your cor- respondent, t.'iis cannot be tnken us n direct reply to him except that, part in which you auoto him as saying that Mr. Scullion sold when speaking in commotion witih Ihe farmers' delega- tion that "prices for the farmers pro- duce are lived in the makets of the world by supply and "If so what difference will reciprocity make? Can It raise the price of wheat in Now. In the first place, your corre- spondent has not quoted Air. Scullion quite right, as he left out part of what tie said. Mr. Scullion said: "Prices for the produce of the farm are fixed f in the markets of the world by supply ind demand and free competition. When those products are exported the export, price fixes the price for home consumption.' j Now i his is the doctrine that I ho organized farmers of Canada believe The law of supply and and free competition or a fair field ami 10 favors. But it cannot be argued )y any rational mind that the law of supply and demand is in operation f competition is obstructed by artifi- cial barriers in the natural channels of trade. That this is being: done in he matter under discussion, the ship- ping of wheat, no one who is conver- sant with the facts will attempt to leny. There is a large demand for >ur hard wheat at Minneapolis. West- ern Canada has the supply but the natural flow of our wheat there is 'locked by the tariff. ,A very large iercentage- of it gets there, however n spite of the duty but in auch a way hat no advantage accrues to the Cana- iian farmer. A small amount is un- loubtedly smuggled across but whe- her this process is an advantage to he Canadian farmer or not I leave it o the reader to judge. The larger .mount finds its way there by reason f the exporters and American millers aking advantage of the bonding laws. the present time about one third DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEA SICKNESS, I SUMMER COMPLAINT AND ALL LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAY BE JUriDLY AND EFFECTIVELY CURED BV THE USK OF DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry The Nt-diclne with a-record of Cures extending over-65 Years. You don't experiment when you buy H. Mrt. S. S. Ochro River, Man., writes About four ago I IV. Fowler's Extract of .Wild 8lrawlieiry a good teit. "My oldest son, five years old, got rcry with cholera infanturh; two dayi After my next BOH took it, and Urn third day my little girl alio took it. I doctored with all kinds of things, but they kepi on getting worse the doctors could do thorn no good. I then started tho Dr. Fowler's Eitrmcb of Wild Strawberry, and after two or three days could see a difference, BO kept, on with the treatment, but they were so bud it took about two weeks to complete tho cure. Different people have asked me how I saved my children's livia time, and I always say it was Dr. Extract of Wild Strawberry. I km now never without it in tho PRIOE CENTS Manufactured only by The T. MltBURN CO., Limited, Toronto, Ont. :iave Lo cease. The Canadian farmer could ship his grain direct, or tho small dealer could meet him at. his own shipping point, and, as the trade would Flow naturally, the profit would imt u rally .to where they belonged. Your correspondent asks bow reci- procity can raise the pried of wheat. In jiverpool. This is but a sample of he absurd questions raised by the opponents of reciprocity. WHICH, where )r by whom -was such a claim put for- ,varri? Certainly not by Ihe fanner idvorates of reciprocity. But whul we do claim ia that it. will lessen the j tod.ay, told the harrowing story to waK closely interwoven with the ear- 'of our export grain going East is ship- 'spread in price between Liverpool and history of the K'.idson's Bay through American channels. This Canadian farm. H >wil! contribute London, July your correspondent. "The steamer John Irwin. at 5.15 o'clock, foundered six miles off Heav- ier Light. At the time the sea was is every [running high with a heavy offshore pan-.- in their far north posts, died at the residence of his son Charles near sent in bond but that does not mean 'that the identity of the wheat is pre- served. A shipper taking Lo this in many ways by simply tak- ing away many obstacles now in the path. The grain that now finds its Poplar Point, at an early hour this jbushels of wheat out of our ports can I way to the American mills by t.ho reason to believe that the alteration in the National Anthem does not j In the gale the cargo shifted j morning us the result of a paralytic ......and the water j OLD LOVE {sweeping over everything, tore away j 'E REKINDLED mcul with general approbation. TwojUje mitches and in a moment, it wi in tlic .second verse of "God 'evident, the ship was doomed. After Separation ot Twenty-nine 1 Years, Divorced Coouple Will Rewed Pittsburg, July US. After having been .divorced for years Edward L, Devore, a wealthy business man of and Kate S. Devore are soon Istituted by Dean Hole to be reunited, according to Mr. De-' vore's story to a clerk in tbe Pro- 'thonbtary's office today, when he pro- 'cured a certified copy of the divorce decree. According to tbe records in the Prothonotary's office, the couple were married on January 15, 1S79. and to live al the home of Dr. W. J. Sykes father of the bride, on Hill. After three years Save the "Confound their politics, Frustrate their knavish were cut but, and the following" sub- "Keep us from plague and dearth, Turn Thou our woes to mirth." deliver the same amount at destina- jdergrouml route, as above mentioned tion, but if it pays him Lo do so there (will go direct from the farmer through Is. nothing to hinder him under his'such points as Moose Jaw. The corn- bond while in American ports of sub- [petition of these points-will force those stltnting .for our Canadian hard wheat shipping from Winnipeg to American "The captain ordered the boats clear S on the Hudson Bay. All the hestjthe same amo.unt of. American soft [mills to pay'the same prices. The ed, but before the covers could bejjcars 0[ }JJH wcrc put in the .ser- or, in other words the Amen- i Eastern, grain dealers being thus corn- Deceased sitfty-threo of j aSe- wiis horn' at Moose Factory cut away, tbe steamer plunged underK.icc f" thf." 'Hav boild demands carrying all hands down Quality. The bon, was for ,tne head first, with her. "The second engineer, I believe, was but notjpelled to do business in grain still below, and could not reach the deck." I Mate McLeod 'went on to say that when he the mate) came to the sur- face, he secured a cork fender. A mo- ment later one of the hatches and of part of a bulkhead appeared, out which he constructed a raft. He The alteration, approved hy up the cook and shared his raft Gcorei-, and sung in St. Paul's [or the .with him. He saw the chief engineer first "time at the coronation another of tbe hatches and spoke I So him; a so he saw Mclntosh, one of giving service, though applauded atjthe m4raan on wreckage, hut first, lias not lieen received with uui- tjley disappeared. H'sul favor. There are manv whn consider that n happily wedded life, Mrs. Devore was granted the word "mirth11 is unfrftmmic, the divorce. Mrs. Devore went LO In- argument being that what is required dia as a .missionary, and only in n cent years returned to this country. Neither married, and on meeting again the flame of love was rekindled j find they decided to reunite the sev- ered tie and spend their declining j years as partners in life's journey. is .n word meaning joy or content- uicnt, no I a word that suggests laugh I Mr. A- C'. Benson, the well known author, thinks verse might well, be re-written or omitted. The middle verse, he says, "is not only wretched doggerel, but perpetuates a Niagara Falls arc looking lor ohjccliona, kinfi Of international has hew Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Chemical tad PhtniuceuticAj Skill Oil from the liver of the cod-fish hat been used as a preventative of disease and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion that the medicinal value of Cod Livfr Oil was the greasy, oily part itself only drawback being the unpala table, fishy taste of the oil. Miss Hooker, who has been From the first experts-have been try J.MJ.S .nut iiniu-i, nngoism. he rcsu t of Us retention s-j miccinir fnini Mr tiimvi r meQnb 10 maKe IL more jwta missing i rum Hcamsuiic UM_J_ttECK. .g to with hardlv ever hears ii rendered." j it in it with I lemon to get away from Dr. J. Drew Koberts, rector of j that abominable fishy taste and smell. him cotr.pany. Me acted: as personal ser- .to two governors of the com- George Simpson and Gqv- 'crnor C'oldetnei. The late Mr. CJart- on claimed to most travelled employee of then company, having twice -crossed the from Montreal to was by bircli hark canoe-. .Later he. was ap-; pointed resident at Ab'itihr, where he was in charge for 22 years. Flood at Winnipeg Mr, Carton was married at Moose I ictOM to a daughter of the hie John Spencer 01 fcort dcotge lie lust fame south le lo "milling, in .transit privileges" which enables him to take our hard wheat to" Minneapolis, mix it there with soft wheat and forward on the flour to point of destination. These ;ire con- ditions of course over which the Cana- dians have no control but It can be seen' at a glance the immense advan- tage it gives to the American dealer ing ihe lines on a smaller margin, will of necessity have to do business on uh'e same margin, for what they' ship to the Olri Country. The com- petition of the different shipping routes will bo an' important factor in reduc- ing the freight rates on the Eastern haul. Another important point which is too often overlooked is the high -mill- ?nd ,tlie tremendous qualities of a great deal of our ll11' j Western wheat, which under a grading is lost to the farmer under the It also can be seen that while present system. Sometimes on account caled it old holt nCac khk. lie Ulh of the flood of tint, coming icrobs, ihe to Up pet Itrt and in through the I gale w Inch is now one of th" land I of-thc? thi ground in American mills there is no advantage to the Canadian farmer he having to sell on the Canadian mar- ket, and there is but slight protection to American farmer, as our wheat gets there anyway, the whole profit less the cost of extra handling accru- ing to the large dealing'and milling interests. Under reciprocity and free competition, this would "necessarily mnnww HP MltnpeS lic to Ustiess, Backward Children Mi Brlgkt anUcIhe Or, Morse's Indian Root Pill: Sion College, takes the view that the I expurgated words might very as they have hecn, hut for.uric Many reason only. "For." he says, "it is boy or girl U plain the conservative will apply down M comtitu- [them to the liberal, the liberal to the tionallv slow, stupid j conservative', and tho socialist, hat abominable fishy taste and smell. Lots of people stul take it m Emu' or lizy when it ii really a question of inactive bowels, lazy liver or sluggish kidneys. The growing child, with i heirty certainly course, to both parliei." Another view is" that the expur- gated lines scan and rhyme better than the substituted lines, and might well have 'been lefl alone, because well I forTT1' whicil is nothing mom than "churned" still greasy, oily and a. strain on the digestion Doctors used to think it was the oil j crj itself that built up the were slow to find out thmt the oil was a distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. A way has now been discovered to do with the greast and ihe smell, and yet retain all the medicinal properties of the liver. This is done bv removing the mi lit ind south agiin m nnd when lit, as in chiigc of Fort Pcmhina Lhncrson RcUiinina to tUnn cd fot "some time then going back to the north: country, hcl'lodutcd tor two ib KinmsoU ic count of ill-health .cpmpcllcrf to return to the south, and ed, nt-Poplar Point, where 'heJjis'Mv- iince. they cannot bn taken to reflect on the fresh oil from the new livers. The friendly nations at times when ti liver pulp is then reduced to the form i of an extract like beef extract. healthy and bright if the sewers of the body, the boweli and the kidneys, ire choked up with impuritici that should be thrown ofF The muddy complexion, dragging Rfnbi ind dislike for mental or physical effort ihow plainly that the child needs Dr. Mwsa'i Indian Root Pilli to Itir pp the liver ind kidneys >nd regulate the boweli, Dr, Mont's Indian Root Pilli do this most effectively, cleansing the whole jyitem, purifying tlie blood, tiding the digestion ind giving plenty of life ind activity. Ai upon the education obtiined may depend the in lite jrour boy or to it thit the general health of the child ii loch that godr il fWMWC and not J hitrdiliip. Made frtfn natr and herbi by W. H. Cq., Ltd., at firocfcvillc, mod all dealen at a appetite, certainly 'h U) That, at any i of an extract like beef extract. _ cannot lone remain .1 Nval's Cod Liver Compound is simply cannot Jong remain V1CW of cxtract comb-cd whh i tract of malt and healing nild cherry. R i Tt also contains the true This combination makes Nyal's Cod to Liver Compound a delicious per- builds up the system, and makes you strong. Take it when you feel yourself losing Get a bottle to-day and ward oj! disease. for a large botlte. Your druggist will cheerfully recommend H because he knows all ahcut it. Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG A BOOK CO. J. 0. HIGINBOTHAM A CO. JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LCTHVRIDGE the sailor. And .some onr suggests that yard Kipling should be invited a new national iinthcin, haps, relaiiiing a line of the old one here and there for the sake of assnci- your" grjp. jt's pleasure to taV ations. even the children liVc it. Tins' 'over the KngHsh mir tioiuil anthem recalls the fact thai at all American galhpnngs at home and abroad the nlU-mpt to sing the "Stii'r Hjianpled Hiumer" is a dismal failiire, as the music is too high for ordinary voices and lhc attempt, to roach the lop notes is made hy a few, only, so that Ihp effect is the reverse of impressive'. Why not transpose the music so lhat all may hn able to sing it? Kdunrd Walt, of Hamilton, was sent to.jail for six months for steal- Ing from his widowed mother. MULATTO Is Wedded to a Sixteen-Year-Old White by an Illinois Justice of the Peace Chicago, July arrest of INFLAM- MATION AND PAIN Cured by Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound. Creston, was troubled for a loug time witty inflammation, pains !n my side, sick ;e appearance spoiled and the grain put in a la-w- Its milling qualities Our large .millers be- ing on the ground with their long lines of country elevators buy this grain at its grade price pick out Dhis grade high quality wheat for their mills, and forward on the rest to the export mar- ket. With reciprocity we would have the competition of the American mills b.uying this on sample. The- objection is often raised that, the shipping would be-diverted, south This would no doubt occur where the shipping could lie direct from the farm (o the American mills by the sho.-tor haul and a consequent saving of freight. But, on the other 'hand, ilio exporter of grain to tho Coun- try, be he shipping either Canadian or American wheat hard or aofi, will chose the most expeditious route other things hcing equal. While I am not personally conversant the ad van- j (ages of one route over the other the llaim is made that the natural advan- vanf'ifics of the CaivJiiian route is greater than the American. This be- ing so, then it follows that with the duty removed he exporter of American grain would prefer he Canadian 'route. One obstacle would still remain which ivc as fanners are trying to, remove- that is the manipulation of o.ur grain oiir tormina! elevators. With gov- it o.'it In all' Its bearing! on the pro- sperity of the people of this country. .Before closing I would like to draw your correspondent's attention to further statement 'of Mr. that, the prices of. tJhe farmers pro- duce being fixed In the markets of the Ihe boasted home market for the fanner "becomes largely only A joke. That this ris'.true.'1 rnust be ari- mliied hy aii.V fair minded this reason. When any country produces more of any article than is needed for home consumption the surplus must be- exported. The home consumer will of course pay no more for arttclr than he has to, the limit being the price paid on the erport nmrlwt ICBB the cost of taking It there wihllei lhat export or. world's market lfc able of taking all the output then tt, matters not to the farmer whether sells a jmrt on the home market or whether he exports alL Buk'wfon a. country develops a demand for -what. it cannot produce In sufficient quanti- ties the U. S. is now for hard wheat it then becomes a competitor on the. world's market, ttmi enhanc- ing, the price of those who to sell if 'tariffs do ,not intervene., JAMES 'BOWIE TRYING TO GET A. (Grain Growers Guide) AVest. Lethbrlrige Union haa been fir- ing to secure a siding which will-be more convenient for the for that, reason meetings have fcfun if- ranged between the railway teudent from this union to tiy come to some definite are also greatly interested In thft fireguard case and think that'tbe we- ifibn of the regulation! fconeeniing' prairie fires should men pub- This section that nothing1 in the ordinance-prevents any railway company from burning' orer the land held by-its right of way and the land adjoining it to an. extent not exceed- ing 300 feet on ench side of track. There wes also quite a discuulon on the weed question along railway point which should he attended to. thought never get well. A friend told me of Lydia E.Tinkham's Vfgrtalile Corn- pound and il re- stored me to health. Uohert Aranlz, wanted by the Oma- ha authorities, revealed another mar- riage mill which Is being operated in Chicago hy a country justice. Arantz, a mulatto, .July 15, married Mabel Warren, Ifi-year-ofd white girl with whom he had eloped from Oma- ha a few days hefore. .The ceremony was performed ,by Kdmond R. Polk, of La Grange, a justice of the peace, who has offices across the street from the county building. The girl's husband, who yet 20, told Police Inspector Hunt nfter hU arrest that, the justice fcad mnr- riecl them "with no questions I the efficiency of IJydia K. Pinknam's Rnd charged him Two neproee Vegetable Compound, whfch is made acted ns Arnntr. was A saloon porter in Omaha when he he- csme acquainted with the little cirl who is now wife. She is daughter of .T. A. Warren, A mauler mechanic in the railroad shops of Omaha. When she first met AiMnU girl and her friends believed him to white. Becoming infatuated she read ily consented to an elopement. e, SICK operators as provided for hy grain bill now before Parliament kon o nnnv n I Ii" wilh the removal of the duty, a cine-s tS J conrso would bo open for Ihe a iul i export of grain firom the Northwestern thought, I would states as from Norfchwcslcni Canada through our Canadian la'ke and ocean'ports. those bills beix-tne law the .security oC our governme-nt elevators nnd freedom from duty will he sufficient to draw mere export trade from tho States through Cnna else had failed, and J rec- ommend it to other suffering women." WM. SKALS, Howard St., Thousands of unsolicited and tnc testimonials like the above prove delusively from and herbs. CUNARD LINE Canadian Service Do yoi; know yon can now travel between Canada and England by the old reliable Cunard Line direct Canadian' service sailing from Montreal- London and Sonlhampton? To London 3rd class ocean 929 From "London Cabin (one claEs) A up The excellence of service Tor which the line is'eo well known is being maintained" in its Canadian Service. For full particulnrs apply to any Cnnnrd Ijlne Canadian Seivice agent, or write to H. E. LIDMAN, Gin. A5t. Can. Weil, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. Jiave I10, dian channels than will be diverted to ?tate3 !l1 thc necd" tills preaonh rleruanil and free conipoL- ition better prices niust prevail and as _ tiJTie goes on niul the demand in-j erfiasos' across llic line prices must improve. Your correspondent's reference to the price of whenl in Chicago fs harrily relevant to the quefitlon, hut If he were take up the prices of harley or live Women who suffer from those which would Ko there, then :i trewtng ills should not lose sight of comparison -.via Chicago would apply facts or doubt the ahllityof Lydin he ia a farmer wishing to get at ihe i K. Pinkham's Veoctable Compound to restore their heilth. Iron wnnt special Mn. Pink ham, at Lynn, will jrmir fetter ForfOymn hM helplnr nick women In thta free nf cbatrn. Don't at oiwe. truth of this matter I would be glad to discuss it with him through the medium of your paper, not by any means ,IK a politicul qucsfon bin a practical quofitfoti as lo how U affects the farming Interesls noi only In wheat hut In live stock and other things. The members of our ton do not profest to know nil about nfiMwin in. The Royal Line MONTREAL -QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND Shores! Route to London on Floating PalacM. Next Ings ROYAL GBORGB HOYAL EDWAKD ROYAL QEOJtOB KOYAL.'EDWARD' "RntM ot 1ST CLAfeS V 2ND CLABS 151.26 t -URWAHD 3HD CLASS, or L'don 131.18 Further Information from 8. B. Mltcholl, Aiwt C.P.Ry; II. Macbeth, Cttjr Ticket Alt., G N. Ry.. or- write to A. H. DAVIS, wiyyiPBG ;