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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rimrsday, Mairli 23, lOlt. r..--~.. ' �� � ............... -�:; - THE LETHRRIDGE DAIir HERALD Page 7. Friday and Saturday Sp Is For M eciais ror --at- en THE FOOT TOGGERY Harlt's Pat. Oxfords for $3.65 Regular $5.00, $5.50 and -$6.00 goods Velour Blu. Oxfords for $3.65 Th ese are bargai ins-see tnem tli( Sole agents for Queen Quality for Women A full range of Lisle, Cotton and Cashmere Hose for Men, Ladies and Children W. J. Nelson & Co. OPEN THE MARKETS OF THE WORLD TO CANADA PROF. THOMAS SHAW ON THE SPRING CROPS Till' iiewcomrr should not fail lo sow a lurgo area to pi'ox itlc foddei- tor his hdfsfs. I" (iG docs ho may lia\e to buy hay and ill a denr j)rict'. I'hp potatoes ninv he planted in i-o^\s or in hills. Thpy should be put well down in ihp soil. Hadi 'ho corn and the poiaioe.s may be gi'Patly profited by an occasional liarrowins until ihpy arc several inches high. Prof. Thomap Shaw, the noted rrop seed shnnid bp sown al Iho rate ofj Those three crops may lie grown by r\perl, has written an able arU iv.>;ii ilio seed S'liiahly moisl ye;ir. 'I'lie ..^ame is trne' ^ pj^H,,.(j.ul|c!,i|,| niirpurl ins tn he rn .they should be on their claims aM wiili I'ririnaldehydf. If ii)c t-ccd he- 'of s|)eliz. white hulless barley ivnd | ' IF A Waller, of Spriiiti. Cotilee wvitcK llic Herald llic fnliou iii^; Ict-lor on the inatlcr of iccipr;.i ;t\- - "Sir,-It is very j^ral ii'. ing to niuiiv of us to iiot-,e I he pci'ilinn vnnr paper l.aUes in support nf ri^clprocit\ \Vc bPlifiVc it IK flic (llic ;ind luilv sctisibic \ iow lo lal> and happy homes, a.'id flu'se homes uoult) cause In s;inii;; up at every water fall, every cna! iniar, and every sf's well, (a.tcuies to supply the iieeiis of the people, who liiivini; the cheaper means ot producing fond in llie w on her manufactujiue iudiistrv. for the reason that our banks keep on call loans in New \ nrl- niillinns upon millions of moiiev What do we care fm ilic opinions of iircn who have heco/ne rich iiniier proleclioij and moiinpnK , 'hat thev cannot scratch llieir itinlit let aloie mar the principal ? What do wc care Ini tiic pretended patriotic waviti)!; of the flap; of lliese autocratic lords of imancc who wall terribly at the iilea ni the loiluif; masses, looking for Uic niarkets of the world '.' ^ . yiiottld we how huiiiliU in sitbmts-sion lo i,he hypocritical exprussion of patriotism ni these nmncy kin};s, who sail all seas and explore all lands scckino; iiiveslment fni their I'atuida .surplus '' We believe that i'anada has nothini;; to fear from absolnle iree traile in all lines Wc believe dial i he marlicts of the worl'.! should he open u> iis. Tliere _:_i-.-ii_ will be \cars when Iowa can feed train loails of our steers, and years when .Mberts fanners can use train loads of Iowa corn for finisliing hogs and cattle for the westprn market. Wi'alher conditions over which man or tariff walls, have no control, will at times ctcale markets for us in many lands, which a civilized and iree people should he alkiwed to use One sort of palriot.s lell us the ."stales have sriuandered their resources and that we must erect a Chinese , wall to keep them from Retting ours, I Another brand of patriots tell us i that Liicle Sam will, through the application of scientilic methods of soil ciiUure, ultimately produce food sut-licient to feed 900 millions ol people, �and we must erect a Chinese wall to keep them from feeding us against our will. The ptdicy of Russia for ages has been lUissta for (he Rnssiains, and yet todav .she is the most backward ftoveriiiceiit on the globe, her people I the most ignorant, her application of [ law the most vicious, her treatment of criminals the most inhuman. Shall , we follow Ilussia, or shall we follow the l.'nited States, wliieli, opening her arms, said in the words of the master, "f'ome unto me all ye that la-j Iftir and are heavy laden and 1 will give you rest." and she raised the condition of the people of the world. The Knglisli Government loans no money ; it is itself a borrower. But lOnglish capitalists loan nfoney, buy stocks or bonds, or establish industries in any country where the secur-:lty is justifiable, regardless of creed , or color, anil Canada may trade free-[ ly in the markets of the world and Knglisli capital will come forward wncnever population demands it. } So tar in the history of the world I the production nf food has nnlt kept jpace �ith the increase in population, (and we believe the Canadian farmer lias little lo fear from (he application lot scientilis .soil cnltiire in the States (bill that the people of Canada should rejoice in the advancement made and should help, aid, and assist in the advancement, aiid profit by it. We don't believe there will he any Immediate or pernianciit advance in ithc price of grains or meat animals, Dili we do believe that the markets of the world should be open to us, and that wc should open our doors to the manufacturers of the whrld, and that the intelligence of the farmers, mer-clianls and n-aniifacliirer.s, will enable iheiii to compete succcssfullj with 'all lands," MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHUNE 64e. j ' ' ' i � ,� Maude Henderson and her big company To-night "Dora Thome'' High'class Vaudeville between acts Prices 50c and 35c. Gallery 25c MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE Mt. Friday and Saturday, and Special Matinee Saturday March 24th and 25th D. Hope Leonard's Spectacular Operetta AUCE IN WONDERLAND 260-Men, Women and CbiI4ren-�ZS0 Special Scener}-, New Coatamei, Special Electrical BtfetM, u�> der the auaplcea ot tbe Son* �t Bosland mi JDaushten ttai Maldt of Hngland. A REAL TREAT POR ALL ^ Pricea-Evenings, 76c; Gallery 60c. Matinev-niidulta 60�:' Children 25c. Warm MATINEE EVERY DAY Co�sr The Color Sergeant's Horse Trailed to the Hills Winning Back His Love f Coming The Maid of Niagara Watcli for ditn KING'S REPLY TO GARNER Isx-.\lil, n.iMd King has addressed till' foUowiiui i'lier to the Herald : I'lcase .-ill'.',', :re space to repiv to tlie H b' hp sown per ac-the early stiriug. As soon as the iv.eeii I'ni' hilly. The seed ought to bp rp, and tlirep ppcks ot white liiilllpss! 1-md is plowed it should lie iiressed iJiirchased ai otici'. for Iho seed is barlci, crops I Jiarroived, even thoush i' is not sown the nurUiwestern dent and Stowell's In reasonably early. The com mny;'"! I'u'' ' l"'i''iic.ei.' to any iinion lor till later. The moisture \y\i\ be ihiis veriM-een sweet ai'e amon,? the bes' and .-ihonld be planted in tlie middle, ^'IK'Ii Im.s ni-i'': been my iirivilegp. iK'Id. Three crops may be .srown on land sort,-. K aji'.l I:.-. ^*i)ii fiir.i,., if %''. ^ ll i'l II,.- M, lllf.....U , It illl.. I. . It'Oti did not apidy m tlie present char-i ti atii- t f;p,c svhii'h, hp held, were based on evi-lieiK not im-liidcd in llmiiplirey's decision. ; DISLOCATES HIP IN DANCE i i.ond,jn, March lit),--I'.essic I'layion who ,;P"iMred here last ni^bi in the le'll..' ill "The ,\lud ficiTOt." disloi'jit-c! til hip while daiiciiiR loniBhl She! Iiu' l;r"r, gi'en ,t l\,ii.-j!iiR fecepiioH -.vheii iiji' ace'dent occurred. .Mi.'is t'layton nuitiaged to reach the w'ligp wiihoni betravliig to the audience the ftiol that a mlsUap had 'i" Iti'leii h.'^r. Sargeun,..; were hoi'i'led t., thi' ihe.Ui'c from the .Middlesex hosmiai am' ihe bones were :-!oon re placr-ri. [' is n c iiphpc'd an\ serio is le .onli.-i �i)l f.dlow Jiiii \Ji-iS I'Ja.ion will 111- c ninneiled to le.-^i for ^iOllie 'line. >, ,1' nio.^t women'.? lialr V -'i.L Lalct; i iie Liiue to \  '-iiiment. if ymi want 'lave tiiat ioojc of lu.sir-*: . n.i must into- oaro .1 it. i-\ri'-n lo hu\'t- spftjruliit �iii-:> run .,' CMHih tliroii^rli , 1,1 ;,u -fcflve i'. a !i un KlUl a -ll-.rnw , ! s'.vitoti ii n I imn.i ihe I l''--.v liair iii:is--aiiil Jet JiHir is ! -' :i;.v oliier i^trowini:; tliinp - ti n.>.-'1,� .11'. mien-It i-aie-It npu'J.G 1) t-,.;,-, !i t;:onniing- legularly- nfil ftiil.N" 1 �� I- li.iir Ijii: llip sr-aifi M you Im � ' ib'^ Vtiue and patU-iire ^�Oll wrul't !U't�it .my Iiair tuelc-hut most wiinie:: lin\i'n't. 'riif. ncxi li"Ht Ihlec Is N'>-al-- 11 irsutonc. It the hp.';,- O '>ft'."(Ml to '.iJi" thi' ptaoi^ of t.nurs III' .uuil'Injf an 1 lo-iisliiup It tcn^.e -if. 1 ( l-ftot.s, brlp'tlens Mir� enlor-, jmi-i-,'',--s i!:'' t-'Xtni-t and ni.ij-.efl it slay ti'. i.if .Itv ivlierp ft f,� lui Ulrtntnn.. lltorally revitalized the nepfertf'd tuifr ynw Ny.-i; f>raa�?lsl clipcvfulty rec-ommenriF ttlrsiitrmc lipcaiise be l;now� In ui little hottlos $1.0(1 and :>0c. SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALU LETHBRIOGE DRUGGISTS One for each everyd�i' ailment ! ceivpd out- cent lo date as a result of j the working of the mine referred (fi 1 by Mr fJarner.. .'ind hnr! b.ick at , icplh the falsehood regarding "swcat-I ing" my money from the toil of not^-union men. 1 I have never ofTeretl any degree of jopiiosilion lo the foniiatioti of a union ill the mine in which 1 am iiitet-eslcd with Afr Uilkte, and t have lipcn told hv one of our late workiren III the presence of several indcpcnd-j en I witnesses on Monday lust that , the tailure to form a union there must he placed upon Ihe shoulders of this wonderful iliarles (hirnei, who if this man is to he lielicvcrt spent cnnsider.iblc liiiic in such an endca-Uir, hut his w.iys and methods disgusted instead of consolidating. When he . present Arizona In Upper House of CongrtM v Tucson, Ariz., March 20.--Col. W. If. Cody I Buffalo Bill) Is ambltloui I to become the first United Stat�B tem ntof from Arl'/toua. A Democratic or-, ganization has been effected, taavinf �tor lbs aim his election, Cody is feted every time be appaari in Tucson. He has big ranch proper, ties near by, and for some tlmo baa claimed .\rlzona as his horn*. He said today: "I always have had a hanlterlng to go to congress. ] don't Itnow whether I can go or not even If I should be chosen. I had u chance once in Wyoming to become e United States senator, but could no| leave my business, I might tafce H n^w." DYSPEPSIA TABLETS relieve and cure indigettioiu-acidily ti the ttomaclu biliomnesi-flatulence-dyipepiia. - They wpp^ die active piinciplea needed for the digestion of afl kind* of foo^ Vk.  h Nati�nal Drug and Ctiemlcai Ca. of Canada, Limited to ;