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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: Li:illJJKIIM;i: daily lIliKALh i*agc Id. Stops the Cough and Boilds up the System large boHlc 35 cents. ^Vuell 3'f>u are all "laiii down" you c.'ilii'h cold ca.sily, and your coiigli "hangs on''. By taking MAIfflEU'S SYiUP of Tar aiid Cod Liver Oil you nut only cure tlie lucal trouble but also perniuucntly strengtlicn tlie Avliule body. The Bcecli Tar in tlie Syrup is sootbing and heniing while the Cod Liver Oil slininl.itcs the appetite aiul increasfs the weight and b^ulily \-igor. Bctli are united in, the pleasant tasting syrup. The uio-,t succe.s.'-.ful Cough Remedy i Npm-in'- Pon-iiTs ivhich st^l: in bo�'"� of 18 f(.r i^t. arp ttir lirtL Ir-ofmcnt for any iri-ri ir. (rvcrefih cultl.oM TTcll �� tile bcflt cute for licsdach^i. [theatrical kissing girl at the majestic a canadian m.p.'s views on austriaua (Continued from page 14) itic ipiiirn (if ha-Imni ;if.Ti''ilnira! i or. aiul lias sciiirr.il I i.tir iiirniljcoi ' tiisti'icts. ' .iMiU.^.iig lu I "OiU' cxiruoriiiii;!!-! liiiiif: alioui ihc ,\us!.!'a)ian Lalini- l'an.\ is atiiliulo lowji'fis inilil.ary iraiiilii,;; �!(! policy. In iiiOKi couiuries lahor iiarikrs' assail ^ill miiilarj' |)re|),ii-aiii�lior Pany cm auan.inK nfri.r ll:i- :���>. :c l,clj�-,) l.,, .tc , ,, h^vp in;:n n, k,, ,,. lor uiii "�"�!''''�"� j!!'"'- vcrsal OiiiiiinK mid U:r u:i\.i] (k-fciicf. Ill' ili-.|ii-i ftl nicv w f rp ' wiiai is Uie ex|)lMi-,a i ion ? (Ill tlicj ..^,|,,, jg tiiis,' Air. .iiiii.-a rpiilimj. fiiTiiiiiii I-As ilie poiic.. v.lii'h .\iisiraliuii Si Hlictioth'. j �111. �TliiTf 1 (Ml 111 tliai. j 'lliiTi' ua.s "Tlif Kissiiiji Ciii �,i an irii"i|j')ii-line \wu siinii'u 111 re or nl lui , � ire no Im'IK'I IllililLS Mil rinisic, |i)w ,iiiil liiu(ilili-i CA.ll-l IIIK .-lie (lie cd It t( iijai:\ r.iul'V piiiri-, iiolalij'. I'.duli" ,i I'I," anil '�(iciiHl f)l(l lirri � Till' v.ilU sallir> ai..l l\> -, I', niijriil lie li-ifli II ', , i.f I llii|'(irraii'S Mnllcr and � cr , r-rcaff'd t!ii' ;."rcs.s.u'\ Iaiis;li J. L. MATHItU CO., Prop �. SHERBROOKE. QUE. BROS, LARSON & COY. Distributors for Weslsern Canada FOLEY Winnipeg. Edmonton. Vancouver and Saskatoon SPOKANE'S UP-TO-DATE COMMISSION SYSTEM Spdiiaiii-, \\;v^li . Alarfli 17-What is' TIa' halii.l rwn'.ains tlif n.Tir.es .a r:,-i,-lii rrii In cNiiir;- !> la' the mii-; all ;lii- iMiiti:da'cs in .i lp!ia la^i if m-;id\an('cd pi ac: if.i i p]. .i ..; tnnii'ci iia I iln . ridlowcil hi ^p.iff, ni,iil\i-il |mi .i^'i. rriiiiiPn i liv mm Hilda 1 iiin in '-'pnlciiii' '.niirs inarK 1 ."i ci o.-^.m-, en ilii- liallm . l-ne .�(.iiiiin-aniicT.-, ciiiLscn irmii (dlin,;; mr liw mm .is i'm-! cliojci'. aiiionc iMialldatcs al a spfl- .Ma\iil .aiil (.aniar-siiaa'r m) pnblic anau^: William .1. Itindlry, lormfiiy | (�(,iii,ii.Hi in ^cirit tlir rest If inr p.istor "i IMuniii 1 ��iiii;nis;ai ir)nal (iiiirti,.  \ Jcc cli'airiii.ia aiul imdiniIssioiici of ?iimli.ce.i' .^{olifi't �� Fairlov . JVinucrly ilici,-. ,i.s sci'iind diolir ..nd iiyi- ,1- ilurd clmur I loui'vcr. \ iii.n \m1i- 111'- 'liifd i-lmicr tjn-i'lilirr list ailcr ciimuw.iinc first and si-ciintl ch'iirc. 'riic iiia.idtllv iii all v  d c.-, r.i si clccl.s nil till- lirsi (li'Mcc. 'I I'cn Ihc vnlc-; for -till- l-ainli'Ja ' cs, v.lin arc iiasiicccsN �"1 iii ilic liisl liiiinc cnliimii and arc in lla' scfond (iimcc cdliniiii. arc c.indidaics l-,ivinit a.iiil scciind cliiin'c cd, llic viilcs fiiiinlcil uillt n aji-ritv fd lirsi cs a'c !i�il rlccl-,,\ ilic il.ird clinirc aic !:ic slrauiilcrs nf llm public ul ilil ics � I'oriDcrlv iiri'si-i'lianilicr m' li paiilic ^^ vii Ks : |);i-lirih'icr, iiiriiirr licii-(11 I'ldfirndii. piililic s,.!ici> ; �d himhfr null .mil 111 the ll:c cit\ ciiippl ri.illc] . i iiiiiiiii.s.sioncr m ( liarlcs M. Kis-.^nt i. ijcM i.I Ihc .SpiiUaiii 1 iiianicrc'c. i "inuilisuuicr ^ id i � I 'o.i ic -.. l"iKMit-j!,overnor I iiinii isiiniicr iii X'lia I-;, llayilcn. rcnroi .�prrator and ra.pit.ilisi . The lirsi ibri'c wcc pIccUmI inr terms 111 livp vpais, 1 !a' lasd iiamp.il i.ii liiiic icai-: 'I'hc ^al.irv- IS Vi.finii H \i,it. till- blind 111 each liPinvi: lixnl ai .>J:).ia'ii. I'hc ciiiiin.'i-.siiaw: ni piililic .if^airs a;i|)iiiiiis .ind =;irppv\ iscs i he I'iiv en-tiincci , e.iriiii! .11 Ion cniinscl �- p. el 11: 11: \\ ci!:i. I s .,:.:! na-.isiii ( �iiiini--'iii.i 1 ni III .11.1 c cnnt 1 hnnl-.s ;,),d i.llci's 111 liic eii\ licaslir- Cl ;i|,i| ulldllnl the en||ilIllS.si(ilier nf iiiliiic uuiities li.is eliar.a;!' nf the c\'\ v'lili-r unihs .iial pnwi-.r plaiil. siren 1. ih'.av. iide|)hnnc and .illicil afiair- , i''c eiirpiiii sinner in pidilie v.-nrKs b.!^ siiperiision nf si reels, jia\cnipnls anil snucrs. mid the e(aii!,iis:-innet m rintilii- s.iicu iniiirnis and |>.iliec ainl Itleaill. The i iillililissliil el . alsiilnnk .iltii all lln' ran i!ie,i 1 Inns of llieir i.'Mniis (liilies and I'm", fhaiiiie a.inl .�iliei llies'e h\ aLirppiupnl. riiiee civil servirc ennini l-sh irni -. I" lie ap|inlliieii tii Mi\e w 11 hi ill t p.u . iicf.;a,"ii I iic jiii-rii -'islcni. e\,iniin,i liniis, ninhalinir, iiiv psl ma I inns and !";,inMils nil e!i,ir('.is 'Ilic |iiirpn~e i. In iri.iKe peni,.iin 1,1 ,iil nnriicin.il aji-pmiil niPi.ts. cilliim ini spcrial hl-i l.i.'limil pcii'ir nibelal ' I cc ,1 -ai In him -ell .le hn'il |c,ll ,1, dls|l!,ICP 111 her 1 inns chuiei nvn and nil iini � men .ire Ilic lliird ehniee selec-llip livp Tlir third elect ril by a sunple plan varies from .ill t', the cniiti's! a fvee-(Iciana i ini; I he mlicc ;erc "7 eaiididalcs nt ihe he'iiniiin'; nf I lie rereni rampni'.:n Three deeln id in make IhP rare and lun uitliiiiew iiis'^ liefnre Ilio r-lec-linn It nr.viile iliat candidates iiiiisl nut � ncnd more tliaii Sii.ail ilitr-iiiL' Iln- i.iniP.iinii. also niuKinH; ii CnmpillsDI 1 ll,.l,inril \- 'I'he .^pnk.UiP ill hers by ii sl i: inr .ili and nm sniiirit I 'I iicri- and .is inr InM' it bad u-, eypnnpn; in ihi; luiniil'al ii.mIc mill feinale eliar-.11 iiT' \"d whal nl the �Kissiim (lul ' ' N,: in! .ill\, she was, as she ic;i;jil In i>c. Ilic eenira! limine -\ s pla>ei| In .\ii..s 'I'exas (iiiin.n, sin le.is \n',icin'is. inspirit irit;. ;ind .ippeal imj;. .'-^lie made her ap]ieaiaricp wai'b-liiii; .1 Sv.iss iii(e-l. and ;-a"s ler sniii^s m 'mod si vie, eateliiei; llip pn[iiiiar lantv Willi a jiiiipeilv boinp.iel ci.iiii ainiiir. a iiiinnr m its (inire, she ercaled smnr niPrrunei,! b;. Ilashinf; Ihc re-decterl liirhl nil 1 lie fealnros ni | bn.-,e I v\ l;n /(cr-npipfl >\ ha ^ is pn[iablil', rall-�Ihe bald-bead inv. " \ fav.il wbirli s,ii'!e biiiikim;!; ackimtt led!.cd. bin nni .1 ti'nimi;-, baciiidnrs held 1 lieu ciiiin 1 ei;,inee-, behind tia.-il enni-paninns in p\pect;nicv ni lieinE liinn;;h! in'n the limclimi II't " I |nr;cui:nnn" .niii; tickled Hie iane\ III .sn!i;e ni the in-... i\ wedded cniipl s pesept. Hid )i'esll)l\ snme nl 1 he \ niiii|i. wives 11,,11'ie a mental nntc a> In l,ecp|:i;, lliell .pnllsi , �i.l. Ihp siiiiii; Miss \ilMl.l Kl I/llll^ll ll.iS .1 lilinil siatiiii.; \niee, .md as Chnslina. mude .1 j.;und Impi es> im, pl.iy was the e!cv,.i-\ .11111 �� . 11 u K.ii' lid I-'!)'-. li.iM- vnirps nf e^^mi ijii,ilil\- and .leled with .1 Hind de.u ,ni \pr\e Tlie\ pa't ieiilarly riis-I cnpy t iniiiiislu'd 1 lieiiisi'lVPS in "fJoort Old (iiini.in Heel," .rid "Tlie llairof the Dili; that l!ii ^ fui " \ preltv \in!iii nbliiialn was pl.iM'd .' .Ill iiiciiieii'al l>\ Ihe .Misses Faher ,ind lie \eip. Sii f.ir as srenie pl'inrl and .stapp rnsHiiiies wpiii. the pipce prnflnoe,) all that wa- desirpii. and the iilayers fra\p a well lilled bnnse a very rn,in\ -a ale lime. \ feature of tb.e daneiiii; of Mile ihe hmh-'uekitij;. variei. but was .mil aliaiidon line sit! of ijniis-.Sill' did not is In WPll- sia'eliiei;: n' I liaiil w nrl-.er , vey,inees .ire da., I'.-.ti. lines aieil at d pel s, The r.indid.il () Mibiiiii an itciiii/eil e\pendi'. ures, and nn (.-.iiri.ines nr utile: ei'ii-pe. mil till nil eirclinn ,111' .ih.Miliiiph oblitpr-� n.iiii lis ,ire eltiiiiiiated.  iiiiisi i,ike an n.itii iha'. ill 1 he repiesenis le elee' mn iinr 111 jinlitiral p.irtv in\ s|)ei.'i,il intcr- ^|'nl..!ne d'.; en:nieei uMl.niK h -|iiii.i:hi hi 'lb-. .\l.i\ni I'l.iii lii'iii. w 11 li ,1 l.'i pnbln .Hi i n h Ll-l'l I'e ,l'nl liKinisn--. "iiiiVni.nlv , mil tee nl iinsiness iiiea In prepaie ,i ih,iMi-r iiJi'ler i;,i' i niiiinissioii fnriii. The dr.Ill vas presented In tbc Pity ihipe mnMl's ailervvaid, Init, 1,11'' i naid lii 1 le nr IV 111 It si lies I.ale new (jnv f stiihbnrii la-,1 lall rr,l1. V.iilinllii mrll, cnlupnseil admitiisl vat ;\ e ppniti led a rum "ALICE IN WONDERLAND" .Mi.s.-; 1). lioiip l.riiliaid. who ling wiitten the lyriPH and iiiridenlal raus-le of iliis porpooiis oi-ioreUa, with all its- wralib ot bpiiniifiil costiimen, pro pi 1 lief!, SPPllie Pllvii-nnillPIlt, cte.. will liri'^-"ni ".Mire .n Woiulprlanrl ' at ibr Majestic Tb.i'iiiip on .March 2-1 ami 2,"i li- 1,1 ss. -.il 1 le.M pi.Hi ciii dii.uly. n-iiii bv \nnllii".' fe ll'C ))rnVi ,lni 1 epi inp:.> ,111 all nrilinallC'C 1,1 liillillsheil v h icli IS niic mm i I 1 ,1 i-e ni : 'le ell,: 1 lei |s |,i! piill;li:I\ \ll the np.'l � . i 1 � e IHlblir. .Hid ; and iii hii rnt ires mnsi III (lie I i:l'i ml (i.i/.ei If, striliiiied i ree i-, cliar'ic hie. nn vein p.iv.er. r, 'aiie. 1 i-- '11 � epi e 1-1 1 ,1 1 ' ' nn ,iMel linn 'n " \ pel It inn . -ir.iii d pel eel,; m U.r i. .n e ml I led In I ill' C'liiM Ihc a|il)"iii' i'"-.'. 1 "1 inrilllll.i I e .1 rll.l I i :� !':l.lilted ihe '--'ii'lcl . !al el'jhi leisjicss se.-.'atne-, m liiim � 11 1.1 u ;, ers w ere lee emhndii"! 11," bisi ii e'Miinii in srhiiiil led ulin adnpi Vole ,il a I unii. 1 i ii, ii- 'li 'I iie charter prnMdcs inr ihe initial ! e ,iiid the reiprpiid'.ri and 'he re-I . II K'flppii per pent, nf the vole i' rpi|iiirpri to recall ati\ comtiiissinn- sliliiicd in e- who h.is lippn iPiiiiss nr nn-a i isiar- j,,,- L,iur' t'.iv in his dnu. Ihp -ysieiii (II yoliiiR loi ihc i.-nm-1 .i^.sinmr'- IS inisriilons. Twenn-Iiyp plei'tnis PKiv noiiunatP a caiidirlate b\ t.ikini'. an oath Ihui li'^ is (|iialiliPd ,i!i| ,,e- nf wL.rb b.i opinion, npiioidins chartci PlerMnn d'il nnt rlear the 1 anPIl tn 1 he KU- I shinjlnii, ',he s'\ ' ded dowji a iotin ! IIP legalit; o: t iie ; ,........._ . ______ __________. ______ .Me.VlaniiK and j-irown, aeeiispd of Iiha Dr. de Van's Female Pill* '>ii'Tt�'''.irii,.s: m defend theit elainis I on land and .-la. Tlieie is an ii'nii> | in Ihe s.M.ii.oi) which finds Australians aseeriaininf; lliiil ihe land-own-er amoti.g theniselves who will not ciil-ii\ai�� n: 1.1 In- dispossessed of his land bu, ti'.ii iiic nalioii, which cannot rlp-velop. iii.i> keep out races eapable of so doiiij.' "Ill |i. i )',ira'ion ffir ihe emerf;eney ' all .Vnsiialia is niilliarisl. The I.huI I forces air beinf; si.audaidi/.eri. Her fcnii-iierin inrni force of S.'.iumi ami her m:,:'). nl ino.OiiO nien will he, irrraih .ii..e'ii'iiu'd .when the sysieni ' on liiii: i'd i'insei'iplioij help ibe farmer pack, s^ore, transport and market his products, to as-�liisi Iho grazier in placing his beef and mutton and lamb on the dinner-tables of Kiirope. The Stale will kill yo.ur rabbits, pluck your turkeys, buy your toothless ewes, aproot your neighbors weeds, market your eggs-and guarantee the quality under the A.U8tralian irade-mark." ".\iiolher evidence of the tendency towards advanced ' legislation. " con-linued Mr. Ames, "is woman suffrage. This is universal in .-Xuslralia. What more natural than wotneii workers should form trades unions, and lhal. if c.i/pable i.if being as staunch iiulon-isls as iheir brothers, they should be regBrdod as entitled lo enjoy the same political rights'.' The fact Oiai the women of (he iudualrial classes use !he franchise while their sisters in other 'a-alks of life set less value on the privilege, accounis in no small measure fur the success of the labor ))ariy ai ihe polls." The Australian Premier During .Mr. Ames' siay in .Melbourne he came inio comae! with Ihe present Premier. .Mr. .Andrew Fisher, and with several of his colleagues in tjie .Ministry. "From them." he said. "1 ob-utined an idea of wli.at matters would engage iheir attention when they came 10 povvcr. Toda\' they are in a liositlon lo carry oui iheir desires. "FIrs! on iheir program I would jilaco ceiitralizaiion. The .insirulian Comrnonweallli is not nearly so thoroughly consolidated as is this Domin- ion. The resldm of power rests with the States, not, as will) us, In the central authority. The Labor Part.y, deslrl'OUK of uniform Industrial conditions throughoul .-Vustralln, is the Iiarty of solidifitalioii. '2nd - The second Hem tm their program now likely of fnlfillinenl is a progressive hind ta.t. with a view of making the holding of large, uncttlti-vaied areas an expensive luxury. ":lr(l--Furtii"r measures towards fa-ciliaiing the breaking tt|) of the sheep-runs in aceessiblo areas fit tor cultivation, and the re-sale rtf the land on way terms to the small farmer. "4th-.Nationalization of the agencies of transiiortatlon and distribution, and in many cases of production as well, also stale hanks, fire and life Insurance and the like. ".'ith-The regulation of ihe hours, pay and condliions of all classes of labor, not only those enijaged in industrial enterprises, but those upon the land as well. "Glh-Paternalism 01 a Btill more advanced chiaracter, lhal opportunity j may be given to every vvorker for se--curing ihe fullesi development he is callable of along mental, physical and social lines. "7lh -A white .-Vnatralia, B.nd prepa-' ralion to mainlaln that ideal by force; if need be. against all comers.'' Vr. Ames' Conclusions "In conclusion, then, what arc .vour ,---- general Impressions?" SANDBANKS EATING "Australian advanced legfRlation has I UP fi^E PROf^CMTY been marked by a courage and orlgi- \ n.'JlKy thai commands our admlratlou ! and respect. Its primary object has ' Sale of the Famous Evergraan Haaia certainly been humanitarian; in its ex-^ i,, prinee Edvward Oeunty pression it is the mntithesig of Indi-; virinallstic. Many of the ex-perlments ' Plctnn, March 15.-Because of th� along Bocialistic lines have B.ucceeded. encroaching sands whlcb ttiwat-'. where, with a less balanced people, en to crowd it out of existence, th� Bv-libcrtv would have run riot. ^ergreen House, the well-known hotel "The British temperament, modified �t the Sandbanks, Prince Bdwarl by surroundings Bliows clearly through county's summer resort, has been soM it all, and the forwnid steps h.ive auction for the ridiciiIaHaly low been taken, one at a time, and only P^ce of �160. It was knooked down after investigation and thorough ^o the hlghhest bidder, John W. What knowledge of conditions. 'am. The property orlf?lnally conaJat- 'To argue, however, that AustralUn ed of the summer hotel and threo ac-Ipglsl'iii-in may he accepted elsewhere '"es of iRnd. wiihout modification, in lands where Of recent yesrs the sandbanks have Ihe spirit of the people and the con- ''^en travelling so fast that they ditlons surrounding them are wholly ha\'e now almosl; covered the threo dissimilar, Ie false and dangerous ren- acres. Only the corner where the soiling. i house stinds remains nncoirorod. "Canadian law-makers will find ain- Within a dozen yards of the baok: pie reward In the study of Australian door a Bandhank a mile in extMt anottle