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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 27, THE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HERALD Pift 5 Clearance Sale AT Foot Toggery Ends on Saturday. Only two days more of bargains, and we have many good ones left which you cannot overlook See our Men's Window for bargains at See our Women's Win- dow for bargains at AC FIELD GRAIN COMPETITION Awards in Contest of the Agricultural Society; Expert Judges Yesterday Mr. McNIcliol, secretary of the Agricultural Society, accom- milled hy 1'ror. Kalrfield and I'rof. Kilily, the expert judge furnished by the Government, spent tho day In tho country with n -motor, viewing and judging the various fields ot grain which were entered In ihc Field Grain competition of the Agricultural So- ciety. I'rof. Eddy himself more than surprised the large ain- oiinl of fine crop that was to he Been everywhere, and was especially prised to see several binders work- ing, as he had no Idea thai the sea- son was so early here. The results of the competition were as follows: Dry Farming Red Druchett, 1; A. Wock- nlU, 2. Bruchett, 1. Irrigated Farming Alberta James, 1; John Davidson, 2. I'.eil Bros., 1; John Davidson, 2. .Tunics, 1; Pawson Bros., 2; John Davidson, 3. NOT LIKELY TO CREATE PEERS (Continued from Front Page.) Lord Halsbury was given an ova- tion. Ho said that Lord Lnndsdowne liad declared that it the bill passed, no institution would be safe, neither The crown nor constitution, Irish ion, tho church, nor political liber- iiM. "If that is tho effect, and I.sol- emnly believe it will be, are we justi- fied in standing aside, when we might vole agaliit.; the he asked. "Ought wo to evude the responsibility. If it is right to do it, wa wight to vote for the bill, it it is not right, -we ought to 'do the utmost In our power to re- sist it. if one of Use authors of this outrage on tho constitution were to ho Impeached and the impeachment was properly presented, what could lie said of those who. noLwLthstand- 'iiig what -was to Vo did vote agr Hinst Austen Chamberlain, made a stir- ring speech. When he had finished there were cries of "The future prime' minister." A reference to Premier Asquith was greeted with shouts of "Traitor." .Mr. Chamberlain said It ivas un- thinkable that a historic nsBem lily like the 1-lo.use of Lords, with ils fine traditions behlml it, should ac- quiesce in the surremlee of ils con- ftiiutioual rights, and national duty. MUST ENFORCE LIQUOR LAW INVESTIGATE TELEPHONE TROUBLES (Continued from Front Nelson Coroner's Jury Urges gent Measures Be Taken Nelson, B. C., July coron- er's jury, which investigated the fatal fi-e by' which Donald Sinclair was Intrned' to death in his cabin at Sil- vorlon on Sunday, finds that Sinclair name to his death by being burned in his cabin; that the cause of the fire is unknown, .hut that Sinclair, 'who ivas intoxicated, had procured liquor nnd was under its influence on the evening previous to the fire. The recommends that stringent meas- ures he taken to stop Iho apparent In- fringement of the law in order to give Ihctter protection to life nnd (iml also recommends that a police- man bo stationed .permanently at Sil- verton. FORMER COMMANDER CANADA'S MILITIA DIES IN ENGLAND London, .July 'X. Mnjor-Oerioral riichard Hebdea O'Cnuly-lialy, C.B., U.S.O., died at hie residence at Cam- liorley. He was the eldest son of the Jale General Sir William O'Grady- J hilly, of Cork, and v.-us borri in 18-11. He was educated at tile Royal Military college, Sandhurst, trom which'he- passed out as topo- graphical prizeman, and Joined the Mth (2nd York and Lancaster) reg- iment In 1868. He became .captain in 1SUO, major in and colonel in JKBfi. He was A .D. C. to tho Gen- eral in Canada from 1870 to 1S7H. business as originates In, the Crows Nest Pass west of Blairmore. It will be possible to talk from Lethbridge to Edmonton in an ordinary tone at voice with perfect satisfaction It will also do away with a whole lot of delay In getting outside parties. .The department has a great iirograin mapped out which will form an im- mense network of wire all over the province. "Is there anything being done south of Mr. Moors was ask- ed. "Yes, we are improving the line from. to 'Cardston, which will bettor the system mater- ially, and give much faster service in n long distance way." The. traffic chief concluded by ex- plaining how lo get rural calls, as ho perceived that soine difficulty was experienced in this regard. In call- ing rural suscribers ring up No. nnd ask the operator for the number desired." After the interview Mr.. Moore showed the repo'rter thOv whole es- tablishment. The mechanism is be. wllderlng to'the ordinary mind, but ho explained everything so plainly that wo could not refrain from admiring the wonderful systematic, manner in which it worked. There, grouped together in a maze of deli- cate wiring and electrical devices aro thousands of tiny-cables hut a defect can be rectified In a very short time because of exact, numbering ol the wires, anc! the intelligent labor on the part of tho experts in charge. BRANDON GETS MORE RAIN Brandon, 'Man., July very severe electrical storm passed over this district early this morning and there was a rainfall of a tenth of nn inch in a tvery short time. The thunder and lightning were terrific but no damage by fire is reported. Only in odd spots was moisture need- ed. Hot ripening weather is what is generally required. The frmnionl showers arc making it vory difficult to gather the hay crop as it is neces- sary to continually turn the crop to dry it out nnd tho time between the showers is not. sufficient to set the hay under cover. MINERS SAY THEY WON'T YIELD (Ciyitlnued from Front Page.) "In case we will wit the matter to a vote' ot the different unions in tho district. If the miners show by their vole that they want to so to ivork on the operators, terms why they do so, and the agreement ivill be signed up along those lines. But it they vote against signing up such an agreement, why they will stay out and the operators can open their mines or not as they like. If they do no one will go back to work in them, at least 1 know they won't up around Fernie." "But why shouldn't they go to work? They would be getting more than they did before, and thst'shquld be some "Well, I don't think they will do no. They must have what .they ask, and that is nil there is to ia." "But the miners in some of the ...Ines make very high wages, higher in fnct .than the ordinary mechanic in some other trades. How Is it that the iners doing pillar work in the Blair- more mines average over, twelve lars a and some make as high as twenty a day at this "They get only what is coming to them at tins kind of work. The work is ve-ry dangerous, and a man never knows when a piece of rock will; fall and hit him on the .-aim instantly. This has happened very in tile mines up the Pass. It was, I think, the cause of the Belle- vue accident. A piece of rock fell, striking another piece, making a Bpar striking another piece, making a spark which set the gas on fire, and made it explode. No, they earn all they get, and -we are going .to stay out until we get wliat we ask.' NOT ENOUGH SPACE AT MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, July annual Agricultural Exhibition was- formally opened yesterday with great eclat. Accommodation proved all too small and many fine exhibits of high grade horses and cattle .could not ibe ac- commodated in the stables nnd .had to be returned. Many gunners are here from out- side points to compete in the 'gun club tournament tomorrow. EDMONTON BRIDGE COMPLETE IN 1913 Edmonton, July Is anounced ,hat at the present rato of progress the work'of construction on the high level bridge between Edmonton and Sti-athcona over the Saskatchewan, January 1st. 1013, will sec it entirely :omplotocl and ready for traffic. Traf ,'io will not. only include all of the pas aengci- and freight 'business coming in lo this city over the C. P. R., but the street car business crossing the river jbotii ways, and all kinds of vehicles 'and pedestrians. JULY PERMITS AT CALGARY Calgary, July a slack month as far as bunding 'was con- cerned, still over 1400.000 worth of pcrmiis will have been granted by I'.'i.Mdius Injector Harrison before July closes. REAL ESTATE AGENT DROWNED Vancouver. B, C., July off the incoming tide, Reginald Charl- es Young, a estate agent, was drowned near Point Gray last night while attempting to swim .across tho channel to the main land. BARGAINS i section of land, improved, hUuse and bam, 12 .miles from Barons, 60 acres in crop. per acre. casii, on terms Lots in-North Ward, each, easy terms 6 roomed fully modern house lo rent Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. Phone 455 Hotel Block OPPOSE OWNERSHIP OF MINES BuLto, Mont., mily West- ern Fcdcrnlion of Miners today In convention assembled voted that it considered the suggestion of Preii- dent, Mo.vcr in favor of ownership of mines nnd smelters by labor organis- ations to he impaclicnble. CANADIAN CADETS WINNINGS London, July Canadian ca- dets prie winnings In England amount to 25 pounds in cash, four ctips, three gold medals, eight silver bowln and nino bronze The boys were vastly gratified by their three months' stay here. WON GOODWOOD CUP (londvvond, -Tilly Goodwood Uup, two and one-half miles, value SOO pounds, van won today hy 'Kil- broney. four lo one; Mariingnle S to 1 second; and Yellow Clcve third. THE CURSE OF THE NATION IS CONSTIPATION 'Mi-rites1' Wont iGiies This Dlseasi A fsipotis scientist slates that more deaths than all oilier diseases combined. .Constipation inflames the digestion, is the found- ation'of Rheumatism, the blood, causes Neuralgia, Nervous- snd Insomnia. Constipation is caused by a weak or sluggish Hver. Bile, the only purgative of the body, is secreted by the iivcr. which in turn should pour out into the intestines sufficient bile to move the bowels. Unless the Hver is active, there cannot fee enough .bile to move the bowels jfegularly, aud Constipation is the result. the famous fruit me- dicine, will always cure Constipation because it acts directly on the relieves the the quantity of strengthens the bowel muscles. coc. box, 6 for or trial size, 15C. At ill de.ilers, or from Priut-a-tivcs LUnited, OtUwa. TORIES WERE IN Opposition Leader and Chief Whip Couldn't Control Themselves Ottawa, 6nt, July tins now been in session a week and a half without advancing a single item of public business. Mr. Fielding's effort today to secure progress in reciprocity was met by more obstruction by the Op- position. Crocket, New Brunswick, brought up the Gaspeareaux Dredg- Ing "investigation which was infbshftd out last .section, and morning, after- noon and the obstruct! Te f s- cusilon maintained. The Min- itfe'r of Flnan declared '.inc the revival of a matter'1 Inst year was solely'for 'the purpose or want- ing time. Perley, whip, COIR-. palne d that government had mi dp public comraunlcatl from iho itiordan Paper Co., of V'H.TI h-i 's vicci president, in' which it was slat- the company .stood to make -an increased .'profit, of by re- ciprocity. Mr! Fielding pointed out that the. letter was brought down among correspondence on reciprocity demanded toy Poster on behalf of the Opposition. Perley admitted reciprocity would be profitable buy protested that lie had nothing to do with tho actual arrangement. ''It said he, "not a political com- pany or a Tory concern, but a Can- company." "And out for Canadian prosperity and firided Hon. Mr. Gra- ham amid Liberal cheers. Both Perley and IBorden lost their tempers over the. incident. The Op- position leader rose in anger find attacked Hon. .Mr. Pugsltty by insin- uation. The 'Minister challenged him td make his statement in a manly straightforward manner and it would be met, but Borden failed to do so. With both leader and chief whip en- gaged in unseemly strife the Opposi- tion lost all discipline and dignity and apcni the day in a bad temper, con- tinuing obstruction. WARRANTS OUT FOIUP.R. MEN Charged With Cause of Death of Engineer at' Calgary (Speciil to The Herald. Calgary, July have been iBBueit for George Itatcinan, yard and 0. W. Potter, switchman, charging them with tho mnnslniighter of Binll 1'rank Hoynioy- er, the -fireiuaa killeil TnuiK- continental No. 3 ran into nn open switch in Calgary, and wns wracked. The two men, along with J. Miller, engineer of the switch en- gine, diBiippeared Immediately after CHATHAM MAN FLEECES FRIENDS Chatham. .July man- agers, merchants, businessmen and others here would be glad to locate one H. IJ. Canning, who has disap- peared, leaving a -bunch of worthless cheques totalling about Can- ning, who .was an accountant for the Bent Goods Works, cashed a cheque on'the Dominion Bank for J1.300. He drew out J100 and intimated that he wished the amount credited to his account. Tlie cheque was drawn on a Cleveland concern and was after- wards found to be worthless. The Charles-Austin Company is out 175 by another of Canning's cheques, Thos. Stayley is shy S'lO, and Geo. Sulman Canning was a great mixer and lived with a iast cfowd around here. is uiCiluiin he-gut and has a decided cast in one eye. A'. R. Rac', of Woodstock, has hern appointed to the Hoard of Education in that city. Be Sagacious PROMPTITUDE is is requirtd when yon become troubled with DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA MORBUS, SUMMER COMPLAINT, OR ANY LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS COMPREHEND that for over worth wink. Sold and guaranteed by ALiERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HIGINBOTHAM 4 CO. JACKSON 4 COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDIII LETHBRIDGE ;