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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10.1011. THE LETHBRIDC3E -8AILY HERALD Page 5 DrPRICFS CPtKAM BAKING POWDER from JPurm Qrmpm Its purity, wholeaomeness and superior leavening qualities are never questioned., NO NO ALUM- LIME PHOSPHATE la Mflrlngent wltk very Inftrat qualities, owing to wbca taken Intensity IB cleat qumttjr. It Is emetic iwrff alive, mmy latal Ittteattnal u. s. f. 144. aae of alum and of alumina In fre chomp brnkiay tin LUCID EXPOSITION OF THE BENEFITS OFRECIPROCITY (Continued from Taber, seven-year-old i ilaughter of Tom jScotti. faiin instruc- 'tor at the Blood! Indian reserve, was wthe victim of a very sad drowning i accident, which occurred Belly I liver 50 from Taber on Friday occording to word received t-lthe police here. No the affair are known, it is believed 'that' Mr. Scott and 4he little girl were .attempting to j lord the river, 'when accident oc- j much -YvlW i curred which resulted -in the death-of j paigns thit they GIVINGSHAD FALLEN OFF assembly concluded its ses- afternoon. A. committee was appointed to co-operate with those of othtM: denominations to right the enforcement ,ov the Ne Temere de- the girl. The police here have been the i Tiptified; to .Tvatch f or :the body float- ing down.the farmers along the river are also asked on the look-out. f" 'In discusJing'the heetl of more mon- ey for the churches, Dr. Gandier, prin, cipal of Knox College, said that many members of the church gave so cam could not give to Duffin, of Rebecca, Ont., may idie Irom a horse's kick. church. He Said ten cents per week per member would supply all the :money needed .by the church. Of 370 congregations using the duplex envelope system, only reported our goods going into the U. 8. and 35 per cent. tariff against their good coining into ours. Therefore it deut that if the tariff of both coun tries is thrown out and goods ex changed freely the treaimrjes of hot countries stand to lose their percent age of the revenue from that trade but at the same time the producer, and consumers stand to gain tha amount. What is that amount? To ,day U. S. collects on Canadian good entering her markets five million dol larg yearly, and Canada collects or U. S. goods entering Canadian mar kets two and one-half million yearly if the tariff is thrown off this 000 will not come out of the pocketb of the Canadian but out o the treasury of the country, and the consumer benefits therefore to tha extent. Commercially A tariff has a protective effect; tha ig really what the U. S. tariff is for and ie considered 'by their governmen not as a matter., of revenue but for the protection of her manufacturers Canada has felt bound as long as that tariff exists to meet it with a tarirf on. their side. The matter was taken bs J'ore the government by the tion of Western'farmers last fall with a view to getting this tariff on'some articles ..much required in" the West removed: He found that he liad been paying for his goods the price the U S. manufacturer got plus the tariff And this amount, which is approxi- mately five million dollars a year, to the he would receive the of if the U. S. tariff on his goods going into the States was re- moved and you will see; that-.the Can- adian consumers would save; annually which is a small estimate. Fruit Question Consider the question as it affects the fruit trade especially in Western Canada. There is a greater fruit pro- duction in Washington and Oregqn than in British Columbia, hence it is easy to see that if the duty on fruit from .is wiped out, we stand to get the .benefit of the com- petition, and will receive our fruit-in much cheaper. Grain and Catt'e Look also at the side of the question which affects the Western farmer more particularly. His great produo so far and for a long time) to come are grain and cattle. It a fact that ;-grain. ..p.rrces are fnigher on.. the of the line than here. Theoretically this should not be so. it 'is. not be -so because the the surplus grain from .both countries to Liverpool, where the grain prices of the world are practically controlled. But we have evidence at Emer- son, Man., .that for years the farmer received Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A Triwpk for Chemical Science Skill 00 from the "Hvcr- of the cod-fish hai [been uied a preventative of disease land restorative for ages. For a long: time it-lias been- the feiaerml. opinion that the medicinal value of "Cod J-iwr Qil was the jreasy, iiadf its only draw back being the unpala- table, fishy taste of the oil. f From the Fast experts have been try- ing to find means- to' inake. it more pala- tabte. :They used to it "with take it in wipe flavor it with lemon juice anything to get away from that abominable fishy .taste and smell. Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing more than "ebwtned." still greasy, oily aud a strain on the digestion, i Doctors used to think it was the oil itself that built the they were slow to find biiit that' the oil was a distinct drawback to .the medicinal ciples contained in it. ;y; J Crude, oil, -is; indigestible, and 'will, in time, put the strongest stontach :jput of order. .1'. 'A. way has now been discovered to do with the grease and the smell, and yet retain all the medicinal properties of the liver. This is dona by removing the fresh oil from the new livers. The liver "pulp is then reduced to the form pf an extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Compound is simply this liver extract combined with an ex- tract of malt and healing mid cherry. It alto the true hypoplioaphites. This combination makes Kyal's Cod Compound a. delicious up the system, and makes you strong. Take it when you feel yourself losinf your grip. It's a pleasure to even the children like it. Get ft bottle to-day and ward off diKMt. tl.0Q for a large bottte. Your dntgfitt will cheerfully, recommend ft became knows all about it. most important departments of the church's work had tal, increase to all only: and this in spite of the fact that wealth is increasing by leaps and bounds. More generous giving was strongly urged. anv disappointment. -Disappointment across'the .line has was expressed bv the finance ;commit-1 from five to cents more for his Ty-Jieat that the Emerson tee that the gmngs to some of the V T farmer did for what he produces. ;T submit, ladies-and gentlemerv-that ,it is possible to give the Canadian farm-. er the same pi-ice for his'wheat :as' is; received by tlie farmer just line. If it can be done, then it is the duty of the Canadian government to 'do so. (Cheers.) It is essentially right to give the Canadian farmer what he wants from the United States with the "duty re- moved, and to-, give "the U. S." imarketi to the Canadian farmer for his pro- duce with the duty also removed; What is true in the case: of wheat: is true in the case of the. cattle pro- duced by the Canadian farmer for ex- port. It is the 'business: of the goyern7 'ment to see that this is done, and it is further th e b usin ess of. th e Cahaidian people to support the government: in 1 Govtrnmant Faith? ,The question lian been raised by the the Laurier government kept faith with the people of Canada in the matter oi; tariff reform since, coming into pow- er. Thwir plauk has been to provide a low tariff aud thus expand trade. The Conservatives contend that they have npt but still they, op- pose this measure which is great- est stride in tlie direction of low tar- ift that has yet been advanced in the interests of the Canadian people. But 1 contend that the Liberal govern- ment has kept faith with the people in this matter. For twelve years be- fore coming into power the trade of country under Conservative rule had fallen off as a result of their pol- icy of high tariff. Since party came into power jn tho trade of the Dominion has expanded to a wonderful extent, and the coun- try lias prospered as a result. The Liberal government caused an expan- sion of trade 'because it has made four very distinct reductions in the tariff. thug providing 'better markets. First it wiped out all specific duties lefCo'nly the. advalorem .duties. Sec- ond, it made a general reduction of the tariff. .Then, it "brought about freer trade relations with the Mother country by its'policy of British prefer- ence. Lastly it brought about a reduc- tion of the tariff on raw materials re- quired by the Canadian manufacturer; These facts snow clearly the stand the present" goverriojerit has always taken in regard .to the tariff, has im- proved trade relations with Great Britain-France and Germany 'by mak- ing concessions for the increase of trade, but'never would the U. S. government, meet us on this round.- The president of the U. S. now makes advances for a change of :on.ditiohs and the Liberal govern- ment following out- their low tariff policy .is prepared-to meet him. .4nd ust- as the Liberal government stands o obtain freer trade relations with he U. S. so floes it stand to follow he same course with every other couu ry under Bteaven. The point I wane o insist on; Is this, that the party in jower in. Canada today stands for tariff ind fteer and wider trade. I'he leader; of. th'e''Conservative party rill touring' the W-ast de- laring for high tariff and restricted It. is recipro-; ity q.uestion will' tc an lection, and it is up you, to choose etween these two., policies, And let lie burn this fact home to you. tl-at ou; can't afford, at this stage, cf ad- ancement iii ihencountry to do ary- Mng other than every ,arv m W. B. Sherman Manager Majestic Theatre Phone 646 Tonight and tomorrow night Boyle Woolfolk Presents the Real Musical Comedy 'A WINNING MISS' With Max Bloom, comedian And 50 others, including the most beautiful chorus that ever toured the West Seats now on sale at Box Office and Gallery 75c {strength you possess in support of. lis policy which .has brought about remarkable developm'ent of" Can- da'during the years." CROWN PRINCE IN ACCIDENT i Berlin, June- Prince Frederick .William an auto-{ mobile accident today but escaped in- j jury. He was driving to .the home of. I JDr. Bethmann call upon Chancellor when the car struck the curb, smashing the wheels. .The j Crown Prince was thrown to the side-1 walk but uninjured. -The, chauffeur j was thrown against a lamp post and slightly bruised. "The Crown Prince continued the journey in ;an ordinary cab. _ MATINEE 2 to 5 EVENfNQ 7 11 TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A large auto driven "by W. Thornp- 'son. of Puris, nearly went through an j open draw bridge at St. Catharines. He ran it into a post instead. Co3. Tilton, chairman Do- minion Rifie Association executive, will accompany the team to-Bisley this year as the guest of the Associ- ation. WAS TERRIBLY AFFLICTED WITH LAME BACK. CIULO HOT SWEEP FLOOIt, Kidney Mil THE SHERIFF OF BLACK GULCH Strong Western Drama 2 SCREAMING COMEDIES 2 PEACE CONGRESS AT EDINBURGH Edinburgh, June connection with ,the, national peace congress jhas left for England. TELEGRAPHIC BRICFt Hon. Gibson, of IOIM of Doan't Curtd Hor. World Netvs Fresh From TheTicker and by ALBERTA DRUG 4 BOOK CO, J, Dt HIQINtOTHAM 4 CO. JACK80N A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LITHiRlOOE The Masters Plumbers Association in convention at Fort William, de cidcd. to change its nanre to tlie Cana "diah Society of Sanitary and -Heat- ing engineers. They will have: a per maoejit oflRce andj a paid staff. Sen or Jose Ives Limantour, ex-fin ance minister of'Mexico aiid Senpi Guillormo de Landa of Escandon, ex goverr.or of the federal. district 01 Mexico in an -interim in Montreal b'e fore sailing for England; expressed high opinions of Madero and expect to see him elected president in Octo- ber. _'. .j' London is full of visitors who have come to attend the coronation. Ottawa city council after a good deal or persuasion, has finally decided to celebrate Coronation day publicly. It is officially denied that China ever contemplated sending warships to Mexico to enforce demands of Chi- nese citizens there for compenaatioo for losses during the revolution. DUCKS IN A STOVEPIPE The Penetwiguishene "Herald says: On Monday, while working in the back part of Mr. C. E. Wright's butcher shop, Mr. MeElpoy beard a noise In tlbe stovepipe. tried to turn the damper In "the pipe, but found on it He then took the apart, to hla surprice a big vootf duck flew out. It got out of door before Mr. McElroy could catch it This second duck to dlscoverei In chJmneyn here this spring. Doctor Told Her Did Not flaw A Pint Of Good Howl In Her lody. Mrs. Dosithe P. Cormier, Middle ?ille, N.B., says: "In the spring of 1897 I waa all run down, and the doctor told me 1 had not a pint of good blood in my body. I.tcipk different remedies from doctors, but they did not seed to. do me any good After having taken a lot of different other kindf of meaicine, and they dki to benefit me, I was ahnoet in despair and did not know what to do until my hug- band met a lady and told her about my diclcDeus and she told him to try dock Blood Bitters as she had received the greatest benefit from using it. My husband went and bought roe bottle, and after having taken it I fell better, I kept on using one bottle after another until I had taken six in all and then j waa strong and well. I am positive taat my being alive to-day is due to the of Burdock Blood Bitters. One giace then I was not feeling very well and had a lot of work to dp. i thought I would procure a bottle of Burdock Blood Bitters and after I hud taken two I woe able to do a lot of hard NEW CABINET FOR BELGIUM FORMED Brussels, June 15. The cabinet ;formed by M. dc Broqueville to sue- ceed the Schollaert niinistry was an- nounced today as follows Premier and minister. of the interr ior, M. de Broquevi'lle: -Minister of Justice, M. Berrier. of foreign, affairs, M. Da- vignon. _ Minister of M. Levie. Minister of Hellebaut. Minister of colonies, M.-Renkin. Minister qt sciences and: arts, M. Fotillct. ..'V Minister of railroads, M. Carton de Wiart. Minister of agriculture and 'public works, M Vandevere. Minister of labor. M. Hubert. It is hard to do housework with a weak aching'back. Backache comes from eicfc kidneyi, and what a'lot of trouble sick kidneya cause. But they can't help it. If more work Is put on them than they can staod it in not to wondered they get out of order. Weak back is simply a warning from "the kidneys and should be attended to immediately so as to avoid years of terrible auffering from kidney trouble. N. Larmour, Smith's FalLs, Ont.. take pleasure in writing you, itating the benefit I have received by using Doan'a Kidney Pills. About a year ago I was terribly afflicted with lame back and was so bad I could not even sweep my own. floor; J was ad- vised to try Doan's Kidney Pills, which I did, and with the greatest benefit. I only uaed three boxes and I am as well u ever. I highly recommend these pills to any sufferer from lame back or kidney trouble." Price 50 cents per box, or 3 for f 1.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, .Out. If ordering direct specify "DoanV i which is sitting here this week, a great demonstration was >tsld- tonight in support of the Anglo-American ar- bitration. Sir Edward 'Grey, the for- eign" secretary; Archbishop of Canter- bury, Lewis Harcourt, secretary of state for the colonies, and Audrew Carnegie, sent messages wishing cess to the movement SEVERE STORM IN AUSTRIA Trieste, Austria, June storm of hurricane force raged during the night causing- many deaths and damage to shipping. .Early today the bodies of twenty recov- ered at this point. It is feared that fishing smacks with crews number- ing forty men, which were at aea last night, were lost. A Greek vessel with crew of 12 foundered. Minor dam- ages to craft are reported from other points on the Adriatic Sea. Philip Meadows, an old resident of West Zorra, Was drowned in 'a" tern before las son could rescue him. He had been trying to save a lamb that bad fallen in. ,H.--H. Wardrope, K.. proiest-ing- before the Hamilton Works1 Commit-. tee against opening an, alley along- I side the Y.AV.C.A. building, jcused'by H. N. Kittson, of falsifying j the case, and in retort denied the'tY. W, C. ,A. had ever received which Kittson had Andrew Scott, aged 57, formerly of Carletqn Place, "was- killed in Detroit. J To avoid a fall he grasped a livcj wire: The day before a similar fa-[ talitv had occurred. IRISH CATHOLICS WANT PRISONERS LIBERATED Montreal, June Catholic societies throughout Canada, will make a determined effort to secure the par- don of two Irish Catholic political prisoners and. former citizens of the United States, who have served about 12 years in the Kingston, Ont, peni- tentiary. The prisoners are-James Xolan and Luke Dillon alias Carl Delman, con- victed of an attempt to 'blow up lock of the Welland canal. It is urged' that the evidence on which the men were convicted was purely circum- stantial and that by'their 12 years p? imprisonment they have mitigated their alleged crime. Coronation week is usually marked the liberal use of pardons through- orfc all the summer, and I never felt j tne entire empire. setter in my life. In the winter of 1906 I had Pneumonia, and it left me with'ft icvere pain jn left side Every morning when I would get out of bed I tad to rit down for a while it WM eo >ainful. After I had used Burdock Mood Bitters the pain disappeared com- pletely. It also cured me of bleeding ilfle. I have received no much benefit: rom Burdock Blood that you lay publish thin as it may bejp othera it hi Oxford County Council 'will consid- er asking the Ontario Govcrnn-ent to reopen the graft enquiry, Mrs. Minnie Paterson, wife of the lighthouse keeper at Cape B. C., awarded medals and a silver ser- vice from the Government for hero- i ism in assisting in the rescue of those Manufactured only by The T. Milbwtt wFeefef.fcs.lejtmcrs; Quadra Toronto, Out. 'and Valencia in if THE "GEE WHIZ" WASHER WASHES CLEAN AND QUICKLY f- GUARANTEED not to injure tne daintiest fabric a particle and to wash perfectly clean m from two to seven minutes. The wearing parts are made of tough malleable iron; the gearing is enclosed in a casing. This machine will wash the coarsest or finest clothing perfectly. A child can operate it. Price C. W. GRAY 310 5th St., S. Phone 761 ;