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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Mimh 27, mi. TTTE LETITBI?TnC3E DAILY HERALH Page S. CANADA BY "FRUIT-A-TIVES", THE GREiT FRUIT MEOiOINE EN AWFUL FATE OF FACTORY GIRLS r jocts of Reciprocity Few l)eople reali/.e the enormous , atnotint of goorl wlikh "I'ruil-a-tives" 'Is OiK' of tliC (irCSll (^l)"" lias done and is ilo last time .........._ Phe was seen alive. Miss fliinttiach ' itieetlnB of the tanners of the disi rict | T.as 75 years old and resided in .Vnr-; |.s ,o )�; he/d in Henianiln's hfll) i>u'' wiPh. ; Wednesday, tlip -'.Uh ai 'J. p.m. The I lUon. W. S. I ioUliiig Ar-j^ues for Aj^rccnu'iif al* KijH MoiUroal Meeting Vloiitrcal, Miirc-li 27 - t�oiisiderinK tl'.it .Mnulrral, next In Toidntn, is '; itic plauo (if Uie greiili'st amount oi I npiHisiiioii Id tlir' iwiprority agrce-'iririil. Ilnn. \V. S. Kiplding and Hon. ; William I'.iliirion, got an pxcclicni I icciption at Windsor Hall on Satur-:dav iiighl. when tliC" place was crowd-rd. .Mr. Ki(dding received a certain K iiii^ount of inti'rniption, but he man-.tiz:f"d to turn i( all to good account. At the outset Mr. Kieldins dunylnj; liir charge made by T. Chase l'a.s-Krain al the Sitton nieetinp, said : �'I diallense any man to show I have I".pr spnlifn or written any word in lator of the anne.vation of this country ttitli thf Inited States. Jt is pure (abrication withtnit the ghost III a show of iViundntioii." Ho reasoned that reciprocity would ' ; be .i^iod (or Montreal, aiul that there ;i,s no reason for the opposition that lias arisen "If the effect,ot this mea-;sure." he .saiil. "would be to fill the wi'stern prairies with a prosperous 'and contented people that would be tiip suresl way of supplying, custotn-ers lor the merchants and n'anufac- : (iirers of Montreal." | The opposition from the fruit-grow CIS and the lumbermen is passing: , aw ay. The farmers of the prairies aie ! almost iinaninious for it. .No one could expect anything else than opposition to a Kovernnicnt measure in 'i'oronto, hill tie believed the jitral jVdiers of Ontario believed reciproc-\\\\ a giiod thing The p;real mass id have shown you ari' the men wlio have brought al.ioul tins rcclprocilv H(;reement and the n en who in the future as in the piKil. will deal liberal justice and wiiln.'ii sacniiciiis the manufaoturinp; intfiosts of Canada " In conclusion Mr Klidding said the annexation cry was a .scandal and a shamo. Hon. Sydney Ki.shcr and Ralpli .Smith, UP., followed Ml Fielding. One Iliiiulred aiul Fifty lilvos Lost ill Bis Fire IX NEW YORK CITY 1^ 1 >-! PlCilER CREEK NEWS Nearly All the Vietinis VVci^e Young Gli-ls- Heroic Acts New York, March 27.-The worsi d.aa.st6r in this I'lty eiiice the burning i of tl.c 'ieneral Slocum Stadium, o _____ f.urrcii hero about five o'clock Sal- utdjv nf'pvnoon when one bundled l^incher Creek, March 2B.-K heavy and fifty lives w�!-e loet by the burn- snow storm set in here on Friday iiig of It ten-8torv factory at 2>i Wash- ^j^ht and continued falling until tbn inston Place. The victims wore near- (snowing morning. It quickiy dis-ly all Bii-ls working for the Trl-Augle Waist C/o., in the eighth, ninth and tenth floors of the building. The great , , ^ . . j. majority were .lews and Italians and.'^^^ "^"^-^ "'S''^- temperature were nearly all under thirty years of j'''Jo'' '^^""'"�'^ greatly by the winds age. The partners ot .the firm, Isaac, �hich prevail most of the time. All kinds of automobile repair work. Fire vulcanizing. Antornohile Supplies-Batteries, tires, " ofiisolino, oils, etc. W(! hanfllo the famous Ford, the Vanadium S((>el Car. See our Touring Car, fully equipped 00 appeared on Saturday, when a light fall of short duration occtirred on the l-liurris and Max Blanck, escaped from The ninth annual ball in aid of the . the office on the tenth floor carrying Memorial Hospital is billed to take with them over an adjoining root place in Minion's Hall on the night i blantks two young daughters and a , of Easter Monday, April I7th. Danc-governess. . � ooninienccs at^ 9 o'clock and sup- The'tragedy iirovided some of the per will be served at midnight.-riost drendfiil sights human eyes everj xha report is current that the local TROUBLE AHEAD FOR CONTRACTORS _ 1/ (.Special to the Herald). Pincher Crock, March 2tj --Messrs. Ganse and Smith arc the railwav builders who have .secured the cun-tract for the KiKiiiMi.iy iV .-Mberta Hallway. They intend placing two steam siiovels al .tn i'k'Uit;on in the Mountain Mill distvict, but it Is a conjecture with ii,"anv as to how ' mable dust and the hundreds of raa- Ibc post offlee. The hall is also used they will accomplisli it. There are chines and the floors littered with by the Knights of yythias, the Wood-two bridges which thev will have to fimsj' cloth. Scores died In. the men and the Rebekahs. cros.'i, neither one of which is suffi-!''''''''s tl"^ machines. The interior! Building operations have conimenc-cienil'y substantial to bear i escapes were choked with a tangled ' here for the season. .Another Hew ; mass of bodies. The elevator boys ^ g^son block is in course of erection, ivorked as Cast as they could but they .^^^ ^ oi dwelling hous- could save only a few. The girls | J ,^ rushed to the windows and scores , , , ,, ^ ,� i Jumped to the pavement below, fall- '^'^^ ""'''"^ snowfalls have supplied Ing a mangled mass with a sickening "'0 "loisture required by thud. Life saving nets, tarpaulins and "'p winter wheat crops, which had blankets were spread to catch them in many cases got pretty well dried but they were not siiong enough and up by the incessant winds. Tlie fields the girls went thro'.igh them to be � of winter wheat in the district have dashed to pieces on the pavement. Ja promising look about them that �vlttmssed. The building had no out-clde fire escapes. The first notice of i he fire was almost like an explosion, llie fire catching instantaneously in tho air laden with lint and Intlam- lodge of Oddfellows is making n deal for the Schofield block, in the upper Hat of which they have their lodgn room. The block in question adjoins COLUMBIA BATTERIES Spark Coils Spark Plugs. Ignition 8uppll�a. W. L McKcnzie & Co. ELECTRICIANS 706 Srd Ave. Phone 637 weight of such heavy apparatus. Thi-j party who went nut on Monday oi last week to purchase the right id' way has not rBturncd to town yet. World News I Special to the lleraldi Carniaii.cay, M.nrch 'J I. -.A !lic people III Canada liave A clftirwomau took a package of one hundred �o(J bills which had been loft made up outside the ^aull of an Ottawa bank move for ,S!rea' Can Be Cured. I heir minds llial this is a the ijciiflil of Canada. ,\lr. I''ii'ldinR then io\iewed the liistor.;. of 'hi- recipnicit>- luuvQinenf -tfon. n.mcan .Ihn-s(ml), (ho .Mini.s-(er of I'"'-'"'"'-"')' of Sir ' Asrictilture for the i.ro\nu-e. will ,1^.� Cti.iVlcs Tu|)prr's olfcr in 1888. "We liver uii address, and amongst other ''^''"V "^^'''^ arrange- speakers to be ^present the Hon. .\rchi- ""'nt getting evrrytiiing Tuiiper wont bald Mcl^ean, iirovlncial secretarv�. W. cd, iiii! \\r li.Tve not given the fish of A. Buchanan, M.fM\ and .Mr. W, H.i the Dominion away." t'airfiPld. A bantiuet is to be lioUi in "It IS grain") ing to have the Con- , the evening in the Grange hotel. Much I,prvatives say that everything is so , lovely now, aller they have said tor' �allsfaclion Is hpin.E e.\-;)re3sed by the This UiEen,>!0 ii the nil prevnilin* , . ' ' ' , ,, � .' i vears that the ' which '^^^'"S s.i'h a favorable opportunity HI ibo stomach, heartburn, etc. Xepirlj' everythingthat enters a weak fanners ani! others in the \i(iuitv at - . . vniimn malady of civilized life, and one oftc'est bolHes lill ordinary treatment, of bearinc so many well known public i ] t gives ri.se to a great variety of lUstres."- s.rcakers and their rem;irkB will be ing symptoms, such .is distress after ;;stpned to with the ureatest inu'rest eating, n.sing and souring ot food, wind jn,,,.,, np^recialed. A rrroi-d'a'- li'iKlancT. .vliould be preseiii. ilv,popt]c slomach'Aets as an irritant; f="""''!i'^ro-li'led lor the (�(initiiiliill.i. jii to the nuuiuiac-tiirer while dcalim; fairly and justh-V. Mil tiie farmers and the masses of the ui'o|ile and have brought about tee prosperntiK conditions which i , fire was at its height, braced his shoulders against a barred door and burst it in. He found a score ot girls crazed with fright. He ordered them down the smoke filled stairway, but they balked. He used his club, and beat them down to safety. Not one' ton ; organist. Ruby Southworfch. _ A branch society ot the U.F.A'. was organized at Mountain Mill rtjcjul'v by G. W. Buchanan. The pftcers oiected were: Pres , W. R. L.i'.s ; R. Lang ; sec.-treas., H. of the number perished. iMain. Committees were also appoiat- Berlha Weintrtipe, tw^enty yeaj-s old,-'^'^^ Jumped from the tenth floor and was I picked lip iinconsciou.s with boiii logs fractured and internal injuries. She lias a chtiiiee for life. Could Not Rest at Night, Back Was So Weak, Weak, hime and aching backs are (he primary 1 .lusi;, of kidney trouble. When the bark a/ bes or becomes weak it is a war'iiiig from the kidneys that everything is not right with them. Heed I be warning: cure tho weak, lame, arlni'ti back and dispose of any chances of further trouble. If you don't do this, serious complica-tio,i.,'are very apt to arise and the iirst thiiii; you khow you will be troubled with j ]")rops\, Di.ibeies orBrigbt's Uiscn>p, the ! three must, deadly forms of Kidney j Troulile. " I On the first sign of anything wrong ' Doiiii'.s Kidney Pills should be taken. ! Thi'V gii t'l Ihe seat of the trouble and Btreiiffihen the kidneys, thereby Blrength-eninii the tmck. Mrs .lohii Piiigh, I'lirkdale, Man., nrite.-^. 'I have used Hoan's Kiiiiiey Pill.s a;ul liml notliiiig to beat them 1 co'.il I not rest at night my b.ick was so weak I Iriiwl every thing,'but fould not gel a-ythi ij; I 1 do mo any good until 1 wa.s told hy a friend to" use Doan's l\idr;ey Fills.' 1 tried them and I am not the same weak woman I was before. I nm very thankful to have found so jpeody a cii-e " Oiian's Kidney Pills are ."SO cents per box or ;i for Jl .J."), at all dealers or maileii direct on re.ipipt of price by 1 be T. Mil-hurai'o.. Limited, 'Ioronlo. ()nt. [f o.'de''i;ig direct speiMly " Doan'i." S. A. OFFICER MISSING Fort Arthur, March 25.-A Salvation .^rmy oltlcer is also among the missing in the Schriebor wreck, and tears are A new collegiate building will be'^"'s't^'"'^'' tbat he too is dead. T. E. hegnn ai once at Whitby. Kohinson, of .N'ewmarket. Ont., going Frank Sterby, of Ruscombe, was west with eight horses and farm sup-given to days in Jail for assaulting a,P''es, lost everything. Fireman Barman on wdiose complaint his son had ! ce.-s was burned to a crls^p in the drip been arrested for disorderly conduct, "pan- of the eastbouiid engine. t\. L. H. FO\YLEK .Sr CO. We have in stock two hand-made Delivery Wagons for $90 each Call and see them before buying. Also one two-horm Delivery Wagon for $165 This IR n first cda.s" wagon K.aA will oarrr 1HI�* pounds. T will sell hv riihlic Anctioii in the village of F.['KI)I:TT; oh flic S.E. 1-4 SKCT.IOX t()wxs[ii]> kli:vi:n. raxiik twelve. Oh BECiTXXlNd AT 10 O'CLOCK A. THE FOLLOWIXO I'ROl^EHTY: 1 i head of horses. 2 cows. 1 Han-Farr gasoline plow engine with 1 8-botioin John Ueere gang plow. One t^ndillae A.ulomobile run' about. 4 dls-^ plows. 2 h .ri'ov.s. 3 pairs hob-3jcifihs. 1 Ch.impiou hinder. 1 Chutnidon mower. 2 gang idows. J feed cutter 1 Hoosior press drill. 2 discs. 4 lots and house in the village of Burdett, Alta. 2 lots and house In the village of (irnssy Lake, Altn. 2 fanning mills. JAMES L. LARSEN, Auctioneer. 4 pr. steel wheel trucks. I bob-sleigh. H dctiiot.'-nt biig.gies. 1 land pr.'ker, Ifj in. wheels, I. If. C. 2 road buggies. 2 farm tv..;,.in3. it S( Id ot driving harneea, double. 3 t.e's of single driving harness. 10 robes. 1 wagon and water tank. Half interosL in a well drilling machine. 1 blacksmith outfit. 1 safe. 1 roll top desk. And other articles too numerous to montlou. TERMS CASH. HARRY A. DRIQGS, Administrator C. W. Smith Eitate Unreserved tuotion Sab Alberta Stock yaodi Calerary h Tues. April 4 At 12 o'clock Intlruoted by F. C. C- NO RESERVE A. Layzallt Auotienatf 1M-eth Ave. feaat, Cal|aiy . Phona 18M Further antrlaa can ba rt- : celvad for thia aala provMIng they are without raaarva. ;