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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 10. 1911. THE LETUBRIDGE WEEKLY .HERALD ECONOMICAL PLUMBING For small or medium sized bath rooms the recess or "built-in "bath tubs are great savers of space. These f.xtures are made for tiling into a recess in the wall or into a corner of the bathroom. r Economy of space, alone makes this style of fixture Jjighly desirable. The fact tliat the base is entirely closed in prevents accumulation of dust and moisture under the tub. And-if the fixture bears the label you may be sure that the design and finish are the best obtainable. Isn'-t it time you were installing new j I plumbing METALS, LIMITED Lcthhridire, AND EDMONTON CONSERVATIVES Want to Force General Election Before Redis- tribution (Special to The that 1 a heauarht' he insisted on my A True Saying! Are You Building When selecting you paper for rqur new bouse, be careful. You will benefit using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEE! PEERLESS SHEATHING IB also good "paper. We will be pleated to mail samples, on quest Trade only eupplied. Mcrrick- Ottawa Letter Herald.) Ottawa. June aim of the Icnservatlve Opposition to reciproc- ity seems to be to a general el- ection on" the country" before, the gov- ernment has had opportunity to com- plete the census-taking and secure the passing of the re-distribution bill, v.'iiich will roc -based upon the -census returns. There can be only one ob- to this endeavor, that of tricking the West out of the additional repre- sentation to which its .greatly in-tae provinces of. Canada to each cib- As-Hr. Pitt says "Fruit-a-tives" is the test headache cure in the world. Dealers everywhere have "Frnit-a- tives" at 5cc. a box, 6 for or trial size. 250. or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. preservation .of final autonomy, has been unchallenged -since 1009. vsited the capital expect that redis- tribution will result in at least twenty additional members for the '.Vest: Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who is at pre- iu England as Canada's repre- tnst. thg adoption of ike agreement. A large campaign fund is said to be et its" disposal and nrominent t'inan- corporate and high protection- fentatiye to the ..Imperial Conference 1st interests: have thrown their pow- Bnd the Coronation of King George V., erfur-influence into the campaign7 to himself of the earliest oppor- defeat-the project, in addition to the HASBOURASSA What an English Paper Says About Premier Laurier London, June The under the caption !'The A ;i.mity to state and frankly t !ti-reciprocity bureau started some jot" the says Standard. blanket editoriaJJy t ie Canadian position in connection time ago; in Otta.wa. a similar centre today; "Needless to say Sir Wilfrid "with reciprocity, -arid" the canards cir- to operate from ijaurier was entirely opposed H And erson culated 'both in Canada, and the Mo- while a third will. uiaJ.ce its Lewis IJareourt's proposal for a stand- iiaer Land to .the effect that the in- .Moiitrheal. The fourth-'hus .committee of the Imperial icnler- crease -iir' 'Canadian'- wilt; en6e'" as 'fie' UirougJiouf this rrangement would admittedly pro- located at Vvinuiyeg, whence it is conference .to almost any sjjgg-sstion litera- closer imperial union -.and "'concert- connection it is also hop- ied action. His attitude dc- dealt with' by 'the vCpadlan 'Pre- '.'-organize- a "'boom'-'.-, campaigit [tcriniries that, issue. ThrOT-ghont tLe j.mier in a great speech" in -'London. '.Sir Mr.i'BQrdeus western, the ar-; iconference he has been 'the steady op- j Wilfrid aroused -much enthusiasm i-anseinejits. for: have -been com- jponent of change and .progress. j declaring. -in- the Of iseenis to -be possessed "with the fear adin statesmen of Britain and- Provincial would tbud.-. annexation hoped to deingc the the United States were effective; 1 e. connecti the leading statesmen of Britain and- ihe Provincial tnaL the slightest .alteration of the statu cjuo may lead" to a -diminution of Co. Makers. Empire, that Canada and the Un- jFpVernment. 'Wtth this campaign it ifted States proposed -to to .Capped to placate the and by ithaf Canadian' autonomy- which he is show the world two nations', with the an increase parlia- anxipualy stretching to its furtherest J ingest "boundary v" extending representation under, redis- j possible limits.' Quihe other hand he 'ocean to ocean, -living in peacg and itrlbution, to catch a snap verdict from Winnipeg. jmutual respect, without -a a ieoldier. or a gun on either side of that j 'people. The corporate and fin- interests opposed to reciproc- boundary- The last p.vords ;of the are' confide'nt-. if the' present pro- A very, of Chatham, was lined I iti-hiw aucl costi tor" ojecLing his nvothcr- j way. from the ".in -a., rough jCanadian Prime Minister were almost jpo'sals can be thus defeated, there will applause. "We no revival of any tariff redaction OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits, Total Assets Over Kow Over 2W Branches The rapid growth of the Union Bank of Canada is evidence not only of sound prosperity, but also of exceptional banking facilities, These are at your disposal for collecting or transferring money, or for any other phase of legitimate ba'nkmg. Open an account in our Savings Departnient. 'It-'i the first step towards financial independence. Warn Office ccr. Round A R. TINNING, Minager. Stirling H. Roach. Acting Manager. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. said he, "that the day will come alliance of all lands from England's loins, insuring the 'peace of the world forever." Rural East In Favor That the sentiment of the rural dier tricts of Eastsni Canada is over-wbel- imingly in. favor .of the .proposed.-reci- agreement, is.-being striking-. evidenced during the present'Par: jliaaientary recess. Many of the "mein- ibers are availing themselves of th'e 'opportunity r.o, test the views of their 'proposals in Canada for another two decades. With this hope the cam- paign is being financed and operated. wishes the home "government to de- nounce treaties at pres- ent .-embracing the overseas .dominions All this is'getting very close to actual indepeadence, doubt whether in .Laur.ier really express- es the opinion of the-'majority of his fellow countrymen." The Yorkshire Poet says: "The im- but. the-indications are that the will is deepening that the pres- pf will triumph empUatlcal- conference bar- ren of results.-Premier.Laurierwhose rare personality sways the confer- ]y, aid the governroent secure an whelming endorsation of -its project to 'develop Canadian. jeace nag his critic Oppon- producers a more adequate return for COIlScantiy in, his eye. their products. INCORPORATED, 1855- HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL. Capital Paid Up............... Reserve Fund SO BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AGENTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities of the UNITED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in parts of World. LETTERS OF CREDIT in GREAT all COUNTRIES. If you are going to THE CORONATION you will need one. Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Depoflti of and upwards received and allowed from of depoiit. Ttili tm-nk endeavors to give prompt and intelligent to all ftnd invites your Account. Lethbridge Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH D. C. MORRISON, MANAOIR Vavcughout Ontario, Quebec, and the 'iMaritime Provinces the'eentiment of- ,'tbe farmers is allied wiib. their colleagues In fivor of the government's proposals: 'A striking instance OK this fact was: imported from Welilngtou' 'cpunty.' Ontario, (his This is -a f.titi.ieccy which the Opposition lissn was likely-to reject're-; c-iprocity. Mr. Hugh Guthric, the-sit- ting member, decided to inaugurate; {.-..educational campaign the riding, and opened his- meetings with a- great gathering of 'the yeomap-: Lord and Lady Northcliffe enter- tained tlie members..of. the. Imperial reejpeuce. Over three hundred tended. Laur-ier's weak just now and he cannot commit the Dominion to more than the loyalty of high toned rhetoric. He is the wet 'blanket of 'constituents on the pact. -In-every {.Conference and many other visitors jthe conference all round; only .on -case reports are coming to hand frpnruie Overseas Dominions at their jte'r-ehce and in tariffs is at- !tie going to commit Canada to imperial but this subject Pie- jmier Asquith has The Birmingham "Post says: "While granting, tha't Premier .Laxirier's for- eia-n treaty resolution well a-ul but the natural development :ry of Puslmeh towuehip. The-TOwt-J" Canada needs you. 'ing .was absolutely ;nature, and called for the express pur- ipcse of 'discussing the .reciprocity. a commercial'-proposition; 'from the' viewpoint of the agricultur- ist. There was a large representa- tion parties present, yet there not a single voice raised .in ob- A Good Defence Against the White Plague No one can afford to lessen.their pro- ducing power to-day, and.-to have power what has gone before, we dislike toalS? .on of .development and distrust Chine ever wonder- ultimate tendency. ful'mscnanism In the world. ''It is sheer economic waste not to keep Mivcm WAfiRiArFc ycur body in the best condition. I MIXED MARRIAGES There is no valid'excuse for allowing j the tissues to become attacked by the i Anglican Synod of Quebec Puts Itself while-'plasrue. You need your health and {Similar reports are coming In'from !Q score other districts. I With j" in so far as reciprocity is concern- ed the battle in Canada seems to'luive" definitely -resolved itself into an itsuo bet-.reen certain selfish and privileged classes and the people. From parts of Canada the government hag. been, deluged-with congratulations land endorsation on its Far {mers a.nd aHizans in particular recog- Inize the immediate and material'ad- vantages they win reap from the'ad- option of the increased markets for Canadian products and the const- on Record laaire'agaiRst" u by building up your j Quebec, June most intsresting reserve forces and bodily defences. idebnte took place at (he Anglican .The best defence you "can .get i? jsynoc meeting this afternoon, AVIlHwns moved tissucs and prevents disease. the following Mnic'anTa'spleridid vital- which was seconded by puts on good, sciid flesh, and makes (Rural Dean King: "That a com nittee you feel fit for Any task. consist of three clergymen and For t.hc puny and backward child there laymen, 'be appointed to -is hothin? better: Cod Liver Com-' K ppuid-.wiJi soon bring the roses back to a memona-1 to be sent to the .a the cheek and give vigor and vitality. Your Druggist cheerfully Ifcs Nval's Cod T yver pre- Sold and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG 4, BOOK CO. j. .D. HIG1NBOTHAM d CO. JACKSON COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE n'Vf- for tibneof era! synod of the church of England in Canada, at its next .session on the subject of mixed marriages and the grave danger which that faess the whole community if the courts are allowed to annul marriages Ijiave 'been solemnized ir. strict acf.ord- jance with the laws of the land." The general opinion expressed was uiat no special'privileges sho.tld be granted any chrirch and that, tha la.v.'s siiould be clearly defined upon ihe subject by the iMghest'cdnrt of the empire. There of in- terference between the different church bodies that tne the land Bhculd he clearly eiorcsscd. Sherlock Fire Proof Office Bldg. Comer Seventh Street Third Avenue South CARDS OF OCCUPANTS FIRST FLOOR Store No. 1. L. C. TEEPLE Choice FrufU ind Phone 515 Store No. 2, JACKSON COPE and Phone 1232. Store No. 3. BRITISH AND COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. Commercial Importers and Dealers in. Photographic Supplies. Phone Store No. 4. OOWSLEY A MULHEMN LAND CO. (Successors to Millin Land Co.) City Real Estate-Farm .......Phone 544........ Phone 3S3. .Real'Estate and Loans. W. R. DOBBIN Phone Office 101 A. R. E. SHERLOCK, Proprietor Offices and Safety Deposit Drawers to Rent Phone