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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta � Ssitiirday. Murvh 4, 1011. tttt: Liyrni5KTT>gk daily herald i'acre 11. MEAT IS SCARCE, BUT GOOD MEAT IS SCARCER Are you a customer oi ours r e guarantee satisfaction witk every oraer G. A. Phone 452 Hill Block Dufferln Street THE FINANCE COMMITTEE OF THE U. S. *rho finance committee of tlio U."' Malii^. who has bppii in th-- Senntf S. Senate, which reported tlie redp-'for thirly yearn. lie iK ii fit coin-rocity bill, witliout. any comment, Is paniun ol' Aldrli-li. a line ruPtr. i-il olrl an inleres'tlng body. M. O. Hauinioiid, Kotitlenian, excliiH.:\i- and jrilBocratlc the Toronto Globe's Bpecial corres-, In temperament. He spends l.ls sum-pondetit at WashlnKtnn. ronirlbutcd niers in retrent In ri nmotf jiifl of an article on this roniniiiiee a few days ago, and It nijlies Interesting reading. Ho says: "First or course, is the redoubtable .Mr. Aldrich, the master mind and peerless Parliamentarian, bin who retires oti March 4 and Is now in the south for hig health. .Mr. .Mdrlcli is the high priest of protection in the Senate, the man who made tlie last .Maine, and when /i. co,, rs lia^k lie has a well stored iui!;ii '.vhi 'i �tiables him to act as a son of nieii'o! for Hip whole Senate, lie is an ouiaiid out IU'publicai\ "stanuija:ter." A Scholar in Politics Tlie other New l-ju-landtT on the '�ominlttee is .Senator l-id S-en te's . nn^ Blderation of I'oreiKn aifair- loi- m ny [email protected] mi Sbes E' =^1 SMMhCmvmmiim culckly mops coughs, cure.i cold.j. beaU (h* tkioal and luads 23 cen �. YOUNG WOMEN AFTER HUBBIES Mnnlrral, March "rind iis sooil husbands," was the slrii;aii oi ii parlv I'f fifty ymini; women from the olcl eiiuntry who arrived tliis evening at, tlie Windsor .station, Tliey were coming out here to ro in domcHtic .sei-Mcp, but iiimc Ol llieni made an\ .sec-li'l of the fad al>oui the liinrt of lin-iiieslic service (hey hoped lor was; thai where a husband wiiuld be noni-iiial ho.ss (if till' liiiusehold. There wcvc fifty young wunicii in (he pnii\ which had hecii hrnusht nut l)\' Ibr i'anadinn N'nrlliern .steanisliip i'n 'ui tiic Royal George \indi'r speeia! ar 1 .iiiKCment.s to enter riolncstic servlee in (,'aiiad.i. Thirly of thf frirl.s \yerc booked for Toronto and iwentv for Kcjuina. SEED POTATOES For Sale \Vc are im'^o-tir:? from the I". ci ��� irMty of the fol-lo-i!" . fll i;nown viiriel.ies of 'o'.ators ior seed purposes : : Green Mountain, Irish Cobbler, Rural Triumph, Early Ohio an'd Burbank. . S.impI :k can be seen at our office. Ciet your orders in enrly as we have'lmt a limiicd quantity to offer. Marshall & Ramsey -Room Phone 676 4 Southard Lethbrldge Block- tariff revision contoira to tlie desiri'S jears. it ."seeuiR to he one oi l.Js rir-:t of the eastern proiecUonibts after: loves, for he iias !� . n offiul a pii-" ,\ir. Payne had prepared a bill for the | in the Cai'liic: at. least :\\'.cs, Ijiit i'r,l' liouBO side that more nearly repre-; f^'rred to remain it; ilic Seni.te. Due sented the new view tlial. e.-ccesslve , re.-.bon m:iy be iiia n tinal iiredi'., r io.-i piolectlon had seen its day in this for a certain amount of lii;auri-, f.u in eonntry. That Mr. Aldrich has seen � is (lie typi.'al scholar ol pol;\^ s a.ui fit to write to his colleaKucB from his laitn ly has devoted niucli of I),p. ti.iM retreat to Oeorgia, axldng them to re-1 to lile:ature. tlioup!) h^' la a la.'.yer l.iort the bill, Bhows liie liepui)llc..'n by jirof.'-si-ion. .\ r. I lUe \v;'s . mo �ear that worse thitgs may happen; her of llie .M.iEka im ry 'I'r un..; the tariff than will Ite ilcmr- lo it liylwlth Cana'ia aid ..a- coidi ;iv ..a-' i tlio reciprocity bill. As a matter of in the l>oiiiiiiion ;\' 'hi i nie, f.i..t, tlie IJemocra'in House will seel; canily liowc, rr, lii> bo i'd to publi-to revise the tariff v/hen tliey come sen inieut iu .'-s. .a^ iiui'tlie and In at the regular .se.^Kioa, if tliey do EouKl't ."'�d ..it.iiani ,.-el, cti.in to the not have opportunity .i: a special ses- Sena;e on tlu- i)l..'!orni of recpio-slon, but if the reciprocity measure city. Tiio'pi. in. i., i,..-.' ;; .: � a is not tied ,p to it the i'resid.nt will m-be suppoi uini; i', oi, . �� riuii not 'be found to Buiijiort It, nor vvi'i |;o v,-|ll not go mu-h ;a:: op ylet or The Most Active Opponent Probably the mo.-.! ac'iie o; ponf^nl of recli;rocily in the cnmniinee or i I t  ( Miapn thai i'.:'lu nre that rc-'� i --.J hi, d-fpai and his bitter n ��( "ir o'" the uns .'isf .c-', . . a' out Si 1 , lilt;' ill Ih 3en-�� \r v'ou cr.'ii' \nie as .ou la." I'r is said to ! c d vv d to r Interesis and aga;..::! rec.i.io- ance Committee, now, therefore, is the emir, Senate iJurrows of .Michigan, He rcit-ps on (,[ Texas, the leader oV the inun 1 � In the lower lln.a'o before he '�� to the Senate, wliere !c is 11') - in i-if-. Si  Bi: VKI\(i DOWN PAINS ISAAC Oanville. Ill , Alarcli ^ -For an hour aiirl .srviui I (M'li niiaiili'.-, .liiU'r la H K KitntinuKjb cast .isiilc his .judi-(a.il '.row 11 and sat as uitiics,., I i'io;n tile (Iriinrl .lur\- in the elfclioii triiii( iiivi'Nii.Mi i.ui uhioh he .started Mr liail hiTii flMllcriacil to tdl tell Jinv ulia' he l^ui'W. ami hi^ did si Tlir cMdi ni-r la' nave is n.ii lullv loiowu \> ia'M.ri li,' v.rrit bac^ '.f lla-I'inli t rial iia.h^u.s' niitlau line (iNial In till' si.iiiil's inr the cniiio of vi.ile l)"v iiic and ^i-lliuij; is not discUised, hut 11 1-, iiival:oa| til.11 lu' s^a'.e hi-, vcr- UP rni WEE What woman at sumolimo or other rfoos not e.iporience ihe.'ie dreadful l'earl!ig down pains. .Mrs. I",. (Iriffitii. p without being dis lurbed "nd feol gratefttl to Hoo;,,s ; ^0^0^ F.ARMERS Kidney Pills (or whaf they did fot Booths Kidney Pills are a boon to women. She would know le.ss of back nchoB if she took more of these wonderful pills. They are nature's gren:-pfit specifir for all diseases of the kidneys and bladder. All druggists, auc Board of Trade Decide to Give an Evening to It's Discussion mmm: shui "f ilic to..lie;. I,idea automobile -1 i �! V � Imu".!' Kiipbrnut;li ni.ide a .'one siiteiiaai llu^^^dIllc: br- own clcct'oa br'vic I .� h'-sl bi Ol,' il.c oil', . lie (l:ii iii.; aiiii'S i,a-i.^ Hi liraliilmi', ,is laiii.ird, -...... �! 1. r slioai-s iiivolvin-.; Ii., i.,^a,i \W ! p. dil i'',.l Corruption ,M;n 01 I'! 11 ' , ,r ,1 -.mi iicss liu" Ir. i-iiuniiii's hi-f.or �! � fl  lad -Tury, w li;i ii I ia ai' Vi .-i.'i ,.l d i t !a' fni p. 111,01. rco'si d. iit| ;;d\icr of counsel, to ili.'ii 1 !�. .1! iMilpelilim.s plmr to eiii:li'een tiiontli.-, imo. re l!i( !ill' !.' � � . i. � U � �  ; now I'".' s ill th lUl i lii "a ^ I ! i.lil'.' EIVDOI^SE RECIPROCITY TCiImontoii. March :t.-Fnrn-crs "f tile I'".dniotiton disiri.'. nimilcr:' of tile tlilnioilloii braiub oi tb:' riii'id r'armern of AT er' '. a: a ii"'ei''i;' It'c eiiilorsrd in its .';:'':"y : i" :c :nr,i'ii\ box, or pOBtpaid from The 11. T. Hoolh agrcemeiit beiwii'U ilie i nif 1 -^�0l s Co., Ltd., Fort Krle, f)nl. Sold and and f'aniidii, wliich is now acfore tlic guaranteed by Jackson i- Cope. I House of ('ommoiis. A special meeting of the Board of Trad,' will ho held ne.\t Wednesday iit;lu 10 .liscuf^ ilic proposed reciproc-�.' aLireiaicai wiih the I'nited States, the maiioii nl.ich will he debated as 1110, iii by W. Downer and sec-� i'licd )y i', Kiiy:; Jit the adjourned aii-i! :;ii laeeiiiii: o: 1,10 board, but discuss--ii'.'i -iva.s d. i'.")'eil until a special meet-111,4 liCM \'. edue?iia> on the motion 01 li. li, i-;i::ir,. si-'-oieli-d by A. F. Kaston. 1 :: 111 as moved read: "That I � ill,' lioard of Trade, be-ai P i e-. ilir-ji; ity agreemeio re ;tie iioiuinion Parllaraeiil . v,'v, i''?f intevcpts of (he m ;;i : "ral and more es-i hi pr,.\iuce of Allicrta, do �1',! u-m' t'l" s.iid recii'rocity agreo-iiii'iit ill .very re!'|:ecl." In luoviai; ilie motion, F. \V. Downer dclareil thai the Letlibriiige Hoard of li' di' as l;" mi'St important of its iiinl ill ,ili,ru Albirtfi should place ii; 'If on r,''Oi,i in this important matter. 1) 11 "u in movinii: tlmt disous-, i 11 be d 'i'-ile got a chance l.nsi year tl.ey de-j eided to leave him at home, snbsti-' tuting for liim Townsend, ii Itepuli-lican more progressive in his ideas, Cullom of Illinois Probably the most interesting mem-bpi- of the committee is Sen,nor Cullom of Illinois. He entered public life in I8.a6, and has been in 1: either in Illinois or at Washington ever since, lie was a friend of Lincoln before the latter was thougJxt of for President, and recalls the day when Lincoln, a young lawyer in Springfield was nominated for President. Lincoln was playing baseball when he hea:d the news, and Senator Culkun heard him spy, "Boys theljtejis a little girl down sfrcet h'erjB tha^l(�ould like to hear this," and^�'with t%at went off to gree-his wife. Senator i'ullom has often been accinsed of looking like Lincoln. In ihis he shares the honor with that otiier famous illinoisian, Spe.'ker Can non.'RX'ie aecn.?,iiion or resemblance to Lincoln lis n,! great iribute from a licau P.r immel standpoint, luit any icscmblnnce to l.inr:oln whatever is enough to commend a man in this country. Senator Cullom has been a powerful figure in his own state, and many years ago, after he had been in Washinginn for some time, the Sio'lngfield people persuaded htm to return to their Legislature to prevent' the removal of ilie capital from their city. One of the things sa.id in com-raend:ition of Si-nator Cullom is that, after .5.=i years of i)ublir life, he is s:ili a poor man, and recently refused ttie gift of a fine house because he had not the URuvy to keep it up,  \ Another vc:ir n of a different lype who is retiring also is Fugene Hale of if not in nam;\ niiuiu'i'.y le.-oi r. i;,-bears the i(ai;,;io- of lii'iu;,- a'l 11 tlie best oratoi- ill A'.itric 11 pi:al,-life led ly. lie l:s i c -1 �rail-.- on 1' uniiro.grepsive side of ]r,,i,'i" o tious. Only tli's nce''; he iali:'d f ; ( .s ti ('ays in def, n;-' of Form er w':..i ,1 the Senate h:is c.\p lied for lo.' I'ry iu securing his el, ^i-'-a liy i .� Illinois Li gi.sla'iure. On il.ni ocea.ssin hailey talked wLlh such effect thiu S.'ii.Tor Tillman shed tears in the iioese, and has since decided to vote for Lormier. liailey is dislikeu in many q.uariers for his connection w.th the Stand::rd Oil Company, bu: his ability is Fiich thai had his iiuriy son;, I't a Presidential cundld'to frij n the Bo'utb he wojild have received tec i.oniinaiion. His laitics in ih-' S.eii ale p.r.c wholly t.ho.-^c of a desiructiie criiie. A\'l'cn he is at boiaeho d ��.!>:{; = some of h's laiTe wa.'aiili to horje breeding and r eiiig. A Sup;;crter Senator ."\.oncy-,1 -ine name for a U. S. ^^eti'ior, by the way -di-ales itli n:.i!ey ihe repi;.�) 1 Ion of be:;i,j .-"eiiate i")eniocrai it' leader. Ilo is retiring voluntarily from He sU' -e, '111 .( , ,\-'eet.'d lo fiiport reiiji.oiity He is a fine old plaiiiatlon gciiHemaii from .Miss.ssipi'. -.b. re be raises coi. ton and a viiieiv of pecans whi.li bring him fif v ten's a pound on ilie tree. He bears i''e rciuita ion of b"-iug one of Ih'^ best read meu in ii:e Senate. flint and Smoot Senator Fl;iit id reseiiiai iv.- id liie Snutlierii i'aeifir liaili.i.ui win n Ic ' came liere, but since the he b is be-j come eui'e proKit'Ssi 1 e In ills ideas 1 'I of ill e I o F.i:r:ot of I'lah is the re-vi- iu \>' 'F-iingtcn of tlie �ton I h "i 'a and when he � � ;-:;ce t j f e Seiuia ft v I ii 1 e ., K a, g, e.-i. uproar i.a'ion on the suj position i : e I IIlTi an"e of wives, i 'e �'\ ;� I. '1 , : d ' �'.ed, lioVever, ' � Ii s = I - i- 1 (� e wi a -� � .  li; : e � �!- : ' :; . s ( , � ' ' 1-1 . fi ry but ,1 ill vole lo re-'o: I � i; - i ii. The Olh^r fvlcri''' rrs ('i nr m'crs of 'he cominittee sre Pciiio',', a ".stavd . x.'' U ijuiiii an frcm .Pen.,5 Iv.^nl ; .McCuml;er , of .\r-:'li U,ik-ca. another hlgii protec-;ionlst; Sioiio of .Missouri, former (;oe:nor of his Stale, a progressive ! ctr.ocral. and T.ilial'erro (pronounced 'i'uilvii) from Florida, who was de- Work of Aviators Shows What Could be Done In War Mexico Oil}-, March 3-At a speed of from .in to 60 milc-s an hour Kenn .sitnoii and Uolaiid Garros, flying in motio.dnncs toilay dropped dummy lionibs ui tlie fiuin of oranges; into tiic inia;;:nary mapiazincs of an . im-asinary man-of-war, making ihree successful drops out of four. ' The form of a battleship's dccf regulation size,- was outlined on the ground in rod, white and green flags. The fi', ti d a: the reei nt prlmtrv on ac- , . . eonnt of ids frleadship for the , nil-' roads. He is a lil.gh proicction fJcmo- powder. .Simon and Garros, ! (lying about one hundred and fifty ^---- : [yj.^ ^i,p irround, dropped the or- . EDMONTON'S BIG GRANT Ganges, makine; four trial trips over ----- lite diaiiratns. .-Ml four "bombs" I'Mmonton, .March :;.-Tbp citv coun- lauded witliiii the lines of the "bat-' il hn.s granted ilm Foi-id of Trade i,iesiiip" and three of them hit the S '.lOO for pulillcity work. inaga/.incs. PERFEDFOM Its richness and exquisite flavor give an added delicious* ness to homemade "eweete" itnd dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S - the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. TBE COWAN CO. UUITEII. TOBONTO. IU ^ si-" S3 11. I, d All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noiee or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Made by The IB. Eddy, Co., limited, Huil, Csi A�k your nearest grocer for them en i.s ili-i i;- . � v n: rea-1 r.-.'f ^-'id (lint there wrs li ,1 if (he I'Oard wish-11 to be of any use. ii iu i be r iim he thought had Meal ie iho newspapers (o  'If'' >� i li !bc proposed agree-, niM;: aaii .i'l '.id e'.ery man had his iciiid r.iedc up one way or the ! otVer. j: W. C, Ives s.i-iid that mighl be ao but J the nic-i'iprs sh 'uld be given an op-por''iiiiti- of pre; iiring ihemselveB on the su je . rorsonaliy he fell very , ki'cnly on ibo i|UC8lion but would cer-' I -!"ly like a little time to arranire the ]� lai Is and fla;ires of what he would like i 10 sn-, when discussing it. He thought the dWiate should be postponed. \'lce Prr::Hient Cunningham thought il vr^r. too larae uuestlon and affect-id too laaa.- lii'es of business to bci done .)'''''-'-'f lo on such short nodce 1), H. Elton apokp agnin and the uviticr being -aK to a rote {he dfs-c'ljKiou was deferred uii'.Ii next V.'ed-ueaday. ft', r If i d, vj.'i. It- ^Jf 'A .1 w ft  f * 5 Be. 11 A 'f>~"lf.,4^ lf-l� -f'-^ i-J 'LP '^J o- w k ;