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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Time THE LETHRRinGE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If you are interested in the City of Hat, call at our office and let us show you maps, blue prin.ts, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Easy. F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager Look This Up Lots in Block 23, Duff Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, at each R. V. GIBBONS GO. '.Plum till Oil Block FOR SALE On straight Crop Pa'yment Plan, 480 acres, 1 1-2 miles from Neidpath 4 miles northeast of Chin, good dirt, W. 1-2 of 12712-21. 320 acres partially improved. You will have to hurry. Q.T. LATHROP WHITNEY BLOCK, UETHBRIDQE. FOR SALE The 8 roomed fully modern house, facing east'aiid'knpwii as No. 508 Westminster Rd., Terms. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE LOAN! CRY IN THE EAST B WEST GETS All THE BENEFIT Declares Western Farmer Will Fatten on Reci- procity-The Big Interests are Against the Agreement Ottawa, June the reci- procity, agreement will ho' aflonted by the United Slates Senate is now reas- onably certain. It has pnHtjed the. Scniilo committee, and while the am- endment HoQt lias been added by that committee, .it in no wny af- fects tlie Canadian position, even If seems doubtful, it is permitted to remain when the agreement Is fin- illy passed upon. T.he chief element )f doubt wns as to the effect on the Senate of tile agitation of the Nation- l! Grange against reciprocity. The lostility of Grangers first developed n .March, gathered strength in April imi in ..May tlie Senate was bombard- ed wilh petitions' and deputations minting in lurid colors the disaster to United Slates fanners which would esnlt from opening t.lie tariff doors o the products of tlie Canadian farm- ers. Tlie American Senate which has been all along regarded as lukewarm seemed under strong pressure to pro- tect the agricultural interests of Iheir country from an agreement which would, according to the representa- tions made, "fill the pockets of the western Canadian farmers." But the whole outlook.: has been Paid by the Trued changed. .Senator Stone of Missouri lad been hearing well-founded riimori of a secret alliance with the. trusts in reciprocity league In Canada has been published, and' furnishes Interesting and significant reading. Thli league, .which Is working In line with the Op- position, Is lavishly financed and well organized. It has established bur- eaus in various- city centres, and In Eastern cities is extensively using the argument that reciprocity will fatten EASY TO MAKE OF CHILD A PRODIGY Dr. Sidis Tells How to Fit Average Boy to Enter College at .Cambridge, Mass., Jiiin' How :he average child may be turned lute i prodigy and fitted to enter Harvard when 11 yenrs olcl, it tplil by Dr. Bor- s Sldis, whoio (Dili William James Sldls. age 13, has Just finished his second year at Harvard. "Poor old'college owls, academic barnyard and worn'-oilt, sickly he suys lo professors and schooi 'yon are :panlc strlclcen by tlie Western farmer al tlie expense of are in the Eastern consumer. A St. John man, who has heen in touch with HE operations, has supplied the Daily Tel egraph, of ,that city, with an assort- ment of thc League's instruction, pe- titions and pamphlets. The directions for organization Include the follow- ng: "1. Call a meeting of prominent onlzlng thought, mil you dread and suppress the genius of the young." Assuming that a parent' starts to educate a normal child at the age of 2 or 3, for he says that tiiere is no danger that early study will injure a child's brain, Hr. Sidis, Bays: "There Is a period in a child's between tho ajren-'or 5 and 6, when ho is very inqiilgltlra, aslilng all kin'ls the campaign being conducted against and secured an official in- 'estigation under oath. It was then that the iacl been Grange d by t campaign o profes .eopiewhom you know to be o dS careful to explain that thc meet means be Wcoiiniged''ind fostered. ing Is to be entirely politics JJ free from 'party This should be held behind closed doors no press leports i genius. e should aid for this is aiuacquisltlon of control over the storcd-up laTerit'energi'es of man's and no one favoring' reci- procity" to -be admitted ;A chairman, if possible a promin- eut.Liberal, should be chosen, before- "After this secret organization' is conauraaiated one of the chief ends o BIGGEST SNAP IN CITY 5 lots facing'north oh McKay'St., one block from Westminster Koad, eacli. 2 lots facing cast in Block 148, each. Nortli Letlibridge Realty Co. PHONE SAY, MR. FARMER! We 'have the choicest half, section jn the Chin District and will it 126.00 on terms or 123.50 all cash. Best bu? m that district. Afro lot on Westminiter Rd., 1800, easy termi. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. 10 ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 771. J> JUST WHAT YOU WANT, 7 10-ACKE GAKDEJf TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. i GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts' and we guaiantee them PERFECT We are tbe first buyers of Irri- gated land to sub-divide and our prices are cheaper than others of like quality and location. We make terms to suit, if you intend to impiove the property We also own a nice 1-2 acre with cottage and chicken sheds located in ths city limits, cheap and on any terms. MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge the. league branches is to obtain list, marked as to how era lee I as' to reciprocity. "This another of the league documents declares, be of grea value: in the future, and should b carefully collected and conserved. The.1 Anti-Reciprocity League tette in the -open, reveal itae lor "what it is, and acknowledge-wh subscribed the campaign funds-wit nd other highly protected corporate i which it IB financed interests. 'Meanwhile ab.undant evidence mill The exposure of the part the plies that the masses of the Ganadia trusts are playing in seeking to se cure the. defeat of the reciprocitj agreement as revealed by the invest! ional Congressional lobbyists. These men were placed on the witness stand nd there had to confess that foi the noise they had been making profes edly on account of the Grangers thej xpectert to he paid by the paper trust people sire m acco. agreement which will bpen'u j nen of trade and (naug'nrat gallon under oath .by the American; an era of prosperity in the West. I Senate, will lie of special interest to Canadian farmers; who; perhaps more than any others, will benefit by the adoption, "of the a'greeinent. ''Sowa reeks ago it was openly, charged frt certain of the Canadian press that a secret alliance had been formed be- tween the United States trusts and highly protected Canadian corporate interests to defeat the .agreement in of the character of ihe monle campaign which is being waged nj ainst tlie agreement the tlons made on oilier Washington o the part; .the -United StatesUriists af taking to .defeat-it, an active ediica tlve campaign has been by Liberal speakers in all the pro'v inces. Reports received ilnt thc masses of the people Canada. This allegation was netei j are with the challenged or denied, and the result of the investigation at Washington vould go to show thai the anti-re- ciprocity interests in .Canada were vise in seeking to avoid the publicity, of an investigation here too. The or- igin of the mamnioth campaign fund with which the Conservative and an- ti-reciprocity campaign '-is to be fin anced has .been repeatedly charged to contributions from such interests, but no denial or demand for investigation has been forthcoming. In view of the, now proven activity of the United States trusts to accomplish the defeat of reciprocity, the ''annexation" and. American interests' arguments'advan ced by the Opposition in the Canadian- House of Commons are'revealed in their true light. .Anti-Reciprocity Lsagus Some of the literature of the Anti- its purpose to assist the farm er in securing a more adequate re- turn for his produce, "and thereby insure increased prosperity to the whole country. Many Conservative! farmers in Ihe older provinces are coming out frankly in hearty support of the agreement. In a letter to the press, iMr, W. H. Cherry, of Garnet, a life-long Conservative, declares his in- tention to support the Government on this issue. "All the: well-read, practi- cal, deep-thinking farmers in the com- he writes, "see at a glance the benefits that must be derived frum the passage of the bill." He adds: "It is to 'be hOjped that the Conservatives, in the House will allow the mil to pass without coming to the people, b should an election .occur, methln Haldimand will send a Liberal to t present her in the Dominion 'House. "The ohild_will acquire knowledge with the same ease that he tries to rlde a bike or play ball. By the 10th year, no effort, the child will acquire knowledge. which the college man infinite, labor and pains; That this "can be ac- complishedl can say with authority." hvertifate A VERY ENGINES and "Yellow Fellow" Separators .Only Ijndcrmonntcti Engine on martat. 'bolted to'Steel Lists Longer, li Mora Bailer'to Handle than Toprnounted. Euslllcn. Arerr "Tellow' low" Sepiritori Monty 'tor Threihenacn ind Grain tor Firmeri. They ira ilto by stronf- by iny mmu- 1 facturer. ASK US ABOUT THEM AND GET PRICES BEFORE YOU BUT.' W. R. DOBBIN, Agent Money to Loan on Improved Farms 2 'ot8 Block L> each, terms 8 Duff Addition, each, cash 3 spur track lots, each W. M. Harris Fire Insurance Room 1 Dominion Block Phone 1367 NEW SCHOOL DISTRICTS The latest Alberta Guette announ- ces the formation .of the; following school i Fettig .school district, No. 2455, in- cluding the following landl, namely of section 33 in township 1 range 23. Sections 1 2 3 4 D 10 11 12 13 14 15 2i 24 and the norlh-east quarter, of Section S, the south half of Section 16, the south-east quarter of Section the south half of Section 22. In Township 9 Range'13 west of the Fourth R.-Swclander, of Grassy, Lake, 'is senior; trustee. Jefferson school district. No. 2J56, nclndlng the following.lands, namely. Sections 31 and the .west half lections 3J. 85. and in Ranse '24: Sections 5 6 7 and S; the west halves of Sections -I and ths louth-west quarter of S.jc'ion 16 and he south halves of Sections 1.7 an-I S In Township 2 Range and Sp1- lons 1 2 3 10 U and 12.and the south' alves of Sections 13 14 15 In 'ownship 2 Range 2-1 west of the 'ourlh Meridian! A. C. Drake, Kim- all, is senior trustee. The Brownsdale school.district. No. 457, including the following 'amis, amely: Sections 13 14 25 26 27 8 33 34 35 and 36 in Township 9 ange 12; and Sections 1 2'3 and the outh halves of Sections 10 11 and 12 Township 10 Range 12 west of ourth Meridian. H. R.' Gregg, of urdeti, Is senior trustee. Antonio school district, No. 2400, in- udlng the following lands, nameb ections 33 34 35 and 36 in Township FKUIT FARM With an orchard containing 370 apple trees, three and.flve years old; betides trees bear- ing peaches, -apricots, plums, cherries, and crab ap- ples, also' raspberries and strawberries, 1 acre potatoes, 1 acre sweet corn and 1-2 acre -parsnips and Good house and buildings. This-'place in only 4 1-J mil- es .from. Kelowna, B. C. In the heart .of the. Okanagan Region and can be bought for only Write us. The CaKcadeii Land Co. MACDONALD; BLOCK. A BIG BOOM Is now coming on. Property is going to advance, rapidly. I Imve acres of land ad- joining the town of Macleod. Come at once and get the benefit of the advance J. L. Workman Box Macleod, Alta. II Snap In Inside Property Money to Loan on Im- proved Farm and City Property H.J.H.Skeitii Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Range 14: and Sections I 2 3 4 9 10 12 13 14 IB 1C 21 22 23 and 24 during the night and- eat it instead of the plants and go off and die You will not find dead caterpillars Ijlng about, as the poison takes some little, lime to act, and they hide be- fore deuth takes place'. It is, hovieier, a very effective remedy. Whenever a plant has been found cut off in the night the culprit can usually be dis .REAL SHAP Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real EiUte and Financial Broken Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 SHIPOWNERS TO ONITIIN ACTION June shipowners t last realize the necessity for con- eriert action in view.of the growth t.tlie siriku. As the result meetings ere held today in every affected dis- rict for ilic purpose of deciding np- n a li'iic of policy.. One of the re- orts from those meetings is that the ederation is expected 16 announce ny action ii limy take. It is ex- pected tile firms will endorse thc po- sition- taken liy tlie shipowners at l.cith, who unanimously agreed that in view of the competition of fot'cig snippets in the freight market con cessions arc. inipossihlc. They will la up their ships rather than agree t tile demands. The most serious phase of the strike- today was thc acliini of Hit dockers and transport, workers who them unless they get thc advanc too. The officials ofsthe Nelson iin hclievc (hey will bc.ayc to win th dockers over. Several of the coi pany's ships are held up in the meal time; ns also are some of the Kile man's. Many others are in difficulty though some are likely to yield. NEWS FROM: MS. building Oscar Fitzmaurice, Is house on .his homestead. Some of th wcnl, out at many places. Thousands Jquit at Liverpool. While the walkout is oslcnsilily fin sympathy with the seninen and firemen', the men made it clear Hint they themselves de- mand nn advance in wages. JJ'he ship- pine; husincss at Liverpool is most seriously hampered. The Nelson Hue has yielded and has granted to the scamm and Ilic firemen an advance of ten shillings n month, hut ihe Hie dock workers will not work with >e young people of thi neighborhood enjoyed a social even ing at C. Dye's last Wednesday even ing. Mrs. Ptaiik Coffin and children went lo Stirling Friday evening. .Mrs. May-bury from near Warner has been visiting her son on his homestead in 1-n. Miss'Daisy Green left Friday for her home In New Dayton. J. .Tochem ami family left Thursday for n visit to (heir former home In Minnesota. were getting, discouraged in this district on account of tlie pro- tracted drouth, hut the showers ot .he past week with the heavy rainfall las thoroughly revived growing vege- tation of all kinds, beildeg filling Ihe Bloaght with water. Nearly all crops far advanced for Ihls time of ihe much of Hie winter wheat being head now, and with the fnvom.ble VBRther an early harvest Is evjiected. On Friday evening tome damage was to'cropi in the north.pirt of and tho south part'of 3-15, me uultlllL IHI1 1IHIIMIIV np O1S- by Birring up tife .01, W in a few inches of the plant, and then, of course, it may be easily1 killed Fourth .Meridian. E. T. Westlake, of Grassy Lake, Is senior trustee. Prospy in- cluding the following lands, namely Section 31 and the north half of Sec lion 30 In Tlwnship 7 Range S; Sec- tions 22 23 25 2G 27 :U 35 and the north-west quarler of Section 24 in Township 7 Range Sections fi 7 and S, and the west half of Section 5 in Township 8 Range S; and Sections 1 2 3 10 and il and 12 in 'Township S Hauge 9 west of the. Fourth -Meridian A. G. Kimball, trustee. Winnifred, is senior THE CUT WORM Grievous complaints are made this spring of th.e ravages, of the cut" vorms, Mr. McLaren, secretary of he Horticultural. Society, Barrie, vrote to the Ontario Agricultural Col- ege, Guelph, for advice. Here is tho eply of Professor Bethune, entomolo- gist, as published in the Examiner: Tour complaint regarding cut worms is similar to those that come us from all over the dountry this oar. Evidently last winter has heen avorabie for them! These creatures re the larvae of dull-colored night- j ying moths, and are hatched out in I ie autumn, when they'become half rown, and spend tlie winter under- ound or beneath any. convenient lelter. coming out in the spring and iittinp off early vegetation. They re entirely nocturnal feeders, hiding In the daytime. 'The most ef- ctlve remedy !ft the poisoned brari ash, which is made by mixing pads ecn with bran or shorts until the hole has a ligM greenish tinge. Thia oulrt then be treated with molasseii mixed so thai the whole will crumble between the fingers. In tho didtrihitted PUMP MAN KILLED Saskatoon, Tune Mo Leod, pump inspector, lost his life, and lhree other, men were more or less injurocl 'by an explosion In.a well the C P. II Is digging at Plnnkett, a few miles east of here yesterday! The men went down with a lantern when tho explosion took place''and McLeod fell to Ihe bottom. His body has not yet been .recovered. Canadian militia officers are Invit- ed to participate in the horse show fit The Hague, July 2-9. 8 roomed modem low on 37 1-2 feet, 6th St. S. between bth and 6th ATM. B.. IMOO Further pErtlcultn' at H.JlSkfiith Phone 1343. Office opp. andrj Hotel. FOUND DEAD IN OVERFLOWING BATH TUB N'ew York, line 27 body of a man, apparently a .Roman priest, and belieied to be'the Rev. Timothy Sullivan, of Fort Codge, la, in an overflowing bath tub in an apartment of an--hotel on Wav- Place Pi.ysicianB who examined the the .be- lief that death was due to apoplexy, or heart failure. From papers It Is the belief the man intended to nil for Jreland tomorrow. evening this should be wherever the cuU-ormK found at work, and they will coma out THE MOLSONS BANK, INCORPORATED, 1IU. HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL. Capital Paid Reserve Fund M BRANCHES IN CANADA AND IN ALL OF THI DOMINION f and CORRESPONDENTS In Principal Cltlei a UNITED STATES .nd PRBAT BRITAIN. IB iii Si World. x LETTERS OF CREDIT ID GREAT BRITAIN and ill EUROPE IN COUNTRIES. "1U14IH H you tre going to THE CORONATION you will and oak CalKetloiw Promptly SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT o< "d upwirdi reolvet ind lolerMt tnm ol dcpoilt. Tnli bulk ondMiran to (In prompt ind Intellltent itlntlon U ill builntu ind Inritn your Account. Uthbridge Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH _ 0. C. MORRIION. MANAOtR ;