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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May. 3, 1911. THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HEBALD Page, 5 Your Opportunity to Hear a Great Speaker, lecturer, Orator Subject To-morrow Night "How shall cap- ital and labor be reconciled Ladies and Gentlemen -invited Commence 8 p.m. Y.M.C.A. To-morrow Night Admission SOc. Mr. Chas. Frederick Adams, Of Brooklyn, N.Y. Watch papers for Friday night's subject SIR WILFRID LAURIER DECIDES Had Conference with Leader Borders-Proposition Made Will be Made Known ig Conservatives -Members Would Welcome Ottawa, May Wilfrid he ier, it is understood, has definitely is .the dtsciis'sion of decided to go to the Imperial Con-'j reciprocity could be resumed, and if fcrence and coronation, and will sail j necessary continued, until his return on the Virginian on May 12. In com-i from England the conference iii.K to this conclusion, it is under- land coronation. It is likewise un- stood that" the Premier has been guid !derstood that the, ,two leauers dis- ed by the consideration that ii he-cussed the advisability of the House does not attend "the'conference .his J adjourning ruitil after ihe return of action will be misunderstood in the Premier, an interim supply bill Croat Britain. This morning Sir jbeing passed before the adjournment. U'ilfrid had a short conference with A considerable number of Liberal Mr. 'R. L. Borden, the leader of the would-not object to a two opposition, and it is said that he i months' adjournment. As a nratter submitted certain proposals to him j of .fact, they would prefer to go home in respect to the session and thesi for a couple of months than to re- business-still before the house. -Just'main in-.Ottawa till the what these proposals were it is not (Premier- returns from England. Con- known, but Mr. Borden will lay them 1 servatives also favor it. Which of i before a Conservative caucus tomor- proposals will be accepted is row. it is stated that Sir Wilfrid! at the moment a'matter of some j informed the Conservative, leader that which will be settled probably he proposed to leave for England within the twenty-four hours. next week, and would leave the In view of this-feeling, it would not Mouse in charge of Mr. Fielding and jbe surprising if an adjournment is other ministers.- General, business'agreed upon. AT DEATH'S DOOR FROM KIDNEY DISEASE SAVED ONLY BY "FRUIT-I-TIVES" CLANBRASStE, "Tvro veafs' ago, the doctor made forty-four" calls ou nie, and theu said he had done all he coulfl for me. I-was suffering with intense Kidney Trouble and Inflammation bad set iu. Two rs were consulted and agreed On the recommendation of a neighbor, I took "-Fruit-a-tives" and they cured me. To-day, I take as my otsiy medicine. I am in excellent health, and Fruit-a-tives" is the medicine that cured ibe after I had been at Death's Door I aui .glad to be able to give you this testimonial. Itniiiy some as- I''suffered, as 1 believe that I be alive to-day had I not used MRS. P. E. WEBBER, SAM HUGHES VISITS THE CITY Col, Sam Hughes, of -Lindsay, the Conservative member of the House of Commons for North Victoria, Ont., went through the city this afternoon, and while here the cor- nered him and wanted him to tell everything he knew. Col. Sam was ia very good humor, told the Herald what a ffne paper it said the crops around Letubridge were great and that the people of Lethbridge were the best looking crowd, "he seen Dupen's Coal Mine Lump, Mine RunP or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C.OJX Jf' Series of Old Boys Associations may be Organ- ized-Many Speeches at Board of Interest Object of Campaign Late this afternoon -the Hera'ld learned that the Mounted Police had not heard anything new regarding the escaped prisoners. The Mounted Po- lice are still out scouring the country There was a good-sized crowd at j getting through the Overseas Club. and news is expected from them any the Board ot Trade luncheon today i The secretary had written him say-j moment. FREE MEN STILL -4. _., Leth- tb further discuss matters connected J bridee branch or the O. C. was ahead with the publicity campaign. The of Qther in the Empire. With the are working upon a clue. FIERCE BATTLE May and Chinese rebels were engaged in a fierce :fight today, along the road from tov Canton; according to dispatches "this evening from the London Times. The loyal troops were hard pressed and reinforcements were ordered from the on travels. "What is doing in the matter, Mr. Hughes? is it'going to tiie "It ought to. Do you know its marvellous jthat the people of the-west a-re-swmg-j action 'on the kidneys completely jng arocnd against This restores .these vital organs to their news, to lae Herald and we told him normal-stretsfith and cures every trace of Kidney Trouble. "Fruit- we 1] 6ee' L was is the only medicine iu the coming up on the train today, and-he world made of fruit. I said that it wasn't reciprocity that 500. 6 for 52.50, trial size, 250. j was bringing the people of.-the IX 3.' to Canada. It's die freedom from thej' (Oppression of. the trusts and combine, land realization of the fuc: ihat law up here was upheld. .Down.'-there this man sai'd, when two people have a quarrel they settle it with. a gun and the dead man is fotmd. to LONGBOAT COMES BACK Buffalo, Long- boat, the Canadian Indian, de- feated Gustav Ljungstrom of Sweden in a fifteen-mile race here The time was Ottawa. GOULD'S BRIDE IS- SCION OF ROYALTY Daughter of Former Hawaiian Prin- cess Marries Into Rich Family New York, May. third Bed- ding within the, year in the George Gould family took- place this after- noon when Jay Gould, secouQ eon of be jn the wrong. How about Dan ..ilc- Gillicudy and Frank Oliver? V'bat's doing 3u the case? 'We told him. 1 never did have an awful lot of faith in Can anyway. He's pui his foot into it this time and it. in the railroad magnate', and Miss Anna good and deep." Mr. Douglas Graham, only daughter of Mrs. Herbert Vos, were married at St. Thomas' church. The bride, "whose'.mother before her we a meeting here WON THE CHESTER CUP Chester, Eng., May Chester Cup, a handicap of Sovereigns about two miles and a "quarter, was won today by J. B. Howard's four year old Wilionyx; W. Roppael's Toyship was second and C. Edwardson's An- chara third. Also rang included; Gla- cies. Bagotstowu. Kilbrones, Origo, Merry Task, Wise Pillow, Maron, j Since they left on Sunday they have of The Pick of China's are now 'being rushed to the, not reported and it is thought that lirst thing done was to receive and j list of members being sent in, the h accept an invitation tendered F. Lethbridge. branch be E. of iori the'l .Board to stop.offiat.toiWowh' All the mern- making their auto "trip, to that' part: advertising Lethbridge and E 'A CunaiBgham in the absence i itself was drawing a lot ot an extended trip to England-. --Asked" attention tr> the" city. Chief Gillespie was called on next of President. Hatch, presided.. The .'first speaker called upon was J. F. who has just returned from.rand, he told of mon js not contemplated by the United j today not, only to .abolish the ENGLISH IS STILL DISTURBED Cantonese districts. Sunday vef.says: question for Canada'is Bccge.r Resolution in marriage' was Princess- Kaikilani of a chance to m-Lethbridge, I'd Hawaii, was given-away by iser step-lmake thif, th_e blliest Tory town in the tonight. Stop over and teU us about! Apache, Clannish, Accurate and Fre- reciprocity." "By .J n-e. that's Vighc? dith. Wish I had If I whether" she shall jeopardize her, whole national birthright tor an imme-j uitttti mcS5 Oi pOttage, "to the. Constitution May ,Berger Milwaukee, the SnninHsr memhor Xf ree that the violent process of annexa-jconsress, :in a resolution .introduced .about Mr. Shsrdlow, whom the; writing to English papers, of South- Board is thinking of securing to car-i era Alberta. He promised his sup- on publicity-work in England, Mr. port in every possible way in the doing quietly' by j states, but the vast majority of Am-js.enate aims to .strike from the the president .the veto power IT-ings spoke very, of. .him as qae.-.of the lead-ing citizens of Leices- 1 and .a very clever man. He spoke of the immense immigration to Can- said that with more adver- England such as Saskatoon and Edmonton -are doing, Lethbridge larger share. Piib.'icity Subscriptions'- .Speaking of the .forms of subscrip- tion that have been got out making the subscription in the form oi month work pf the Board of Trade. Suggestions were''made of forming a nunrner -of clubs in the city of peo- ple coming from different "parts of Great Canada and the Unit- ed States. The plan -will be worked Out further later on: ericans. President Taft included, re-; gard, reciprocity an agency leadingTand tkk? the courts by easy stages to pacific' aDSorption. to ..invalidate legislation enacted by It is observed that whatever happens the Laurier's-" to its The Pa.31 Mall Gazette, commeatias: of, representatives. All this, is proposed as an amend- ment "to: the constitution, which, if pe- titioned for by 5 per cent of the vot- on Sir Wilfrid Laurier's possible ab-iers in each state, shall be admitted to sence-. from the Imperial general referendum, says: "There is such a thing as hluffi "The has; run its in Canadian as well as English poll- said Mr. Berger. must some day, father and Kingdon Gould was best man. After the reception the wedded couple probably will go to the Adiron- dacks for their honeymoon. They will go to England-later as the guests of Lord and Lady Decies. The latter is a sister of Mr. Gould. The wedding presents, which are said .to-be-costly and numerous, were not'displayed. Jay Gould's gift to his bride will be a house, -which is to be erected on Fifth avenue. CUT !HER Afiw OFF province." With that .he. swung aboard the moving train, and his genial face was lost to. sight. EXPERTS DIFFER AS TO THE NUMBER .OF CATTLE IN ALBERTA LUMBERMEN ISSUE CHALLENGE Picking-rthc Member Up'She Started for Home Brantford, Out., May John Smith, residing on Alonzo street, near Grand Trunk station, apparently in a Hon. Duncan Marshall Places at 5CO.OOQ, but Buyers Think Nearer the head of cattle are there! in Alberta? This is the question that is agitating a number of cattle buyers and .cattlemen generally.. Dun-- can Marshall, Minister of Agriculture, j The Lumbermen of the city hereby issue a challenge to any business set in the city for a game of baseball, the forfeit a -barrel of flc.ur to the local hospital, Reply in the Herald DUKE BOOSTS CANADA 'Glasgow, May Brike "Gon- L receiving the' freedom of the states that there are about [city referred to his appointment head here, while In-1908 there were governor: general of Canada and out He has some supPort-said that none Qf ers in this contention; spite of this many old cattle buyers apd, oth- demented _state, 3 o'clock -this ei's maintain that if there wefe morning aad wandered along the rail- 000 in 1908, there are head i way finally -lying down beside the rails, with the result that a pas- senger engine took an. arm off at the The board will hold a full meeting 'tics.' Maybe Laurier "is trying to ovjas with the British House of Lords, ercome his opponents' nerve. Borden 'yield to, the popular demand for. its tomorrow night in St. Augustin s hal! to which every member is" urged to come, as it will be a most import ant meetin'fr in the conduct of the 3y...payments covering a period of two campaign, years, Mr. Richardson spoke of the permanency iea'ture and publicity val- ue -of -having year term, and SWISS BALLOONIST IS DEAD Switzerland, May of the, interest- value of having month !Theodore ihe Swiss, .who l.y payments." told also of how [competed in the last year's- inter- and his friends will be false to their (reformation or abolition." faith in -Canadian nationality if -they) did not. resist Taft's machinations. It is their plain duty-to employ everj weapon of resistance." MACHINES FOR OPERATORS FAST SERVICE BETWEEN WINNIPEG AND EDMONTON Edmonton, May thirty-two service between Edmonton' and j.v -xj.1, UVIM ,n uu.c .JW. i Hour service iri-other who are pro-Rational .balloon race at St. over the new C P peity holders have-been interested, j died 'today. SchaecX piloted the Wetaskiwin and s" wia-n vi-.cHp loon Helvetia which, :ianded. at villei- ._ _... apd soin'3 men have made subscrip- tions for their children. 'He advised a half-day .whirlwind campaign to get the subscriptions. Chairman Tin ning, of the .finance cbmmHee, said- that" he calling the fi con i- j Marie, Quebec, after covering ;S50 miles, winning fourth place. 'Vetaskiwin and Saskatoon, will be inaugurated shortly, according jto the announcement made by F. W. Peters. LABORER KiLLED BIG PRICE FOR A MARTIN LUTHER LETTER Leipsic, Saxony. May an auto- Kenora, May Sonherea, a lab- mittee. together this afternoon to for-iorer forking' for M. T. Mclntonny.i niulate plans for carrying on- contractor. Whil-e cleaning up the right j graph sale today a letter written by work pi getting-the subscriptions. [of way on the National Tran'scontipentj Mart in Luther to Emperor Charles V. "secretary of the Ov-jai, was struck and iastaatly" killed by I was bought by a-Florence dealer for ersoss, Cl'.ib, on being, to speak ia freight yesterday afternoon told of the publicity Lethbridge is.j near j The purchase is said to have been made for J. P. 'Morgan.. elbow. She then picked up the amputated member and started for home, col- lapsing on the sidewalk in front of her house, where she was- found shortly afterwards.. The.woman was removed to the hospital, where the arm was dressed and further amputated. Mrs. Smith, who is a middle aged woman, is, alleged to have attempted here in 1911.. yond the seas had more" Scots 'than.- Canada, in' whose advancement and prospects they played an important parti Emigration out of "Britain must, Another question that is heingr to COMinue and'he hoped erly asked by cattlemen is whether reciprocity will go through In time for the fall cattle to be shipped to the States under the new agreement or not. That the agreement will go into wonld wend their Canada- GOES TO PINCHER G. F. Vallance, who has been assoe- suicide a couple- of weeks ago by slashing..herilthrpat.but was unsuccess- ful. APPLE TREES LEASED Western Union to Give Its Men Type- writers New York, May' Western Union Telegraph company has notified its operators to purchase no more type- writers for use in taking down the company's messages, because the com- pany'will soon begin furnishing of the English Syndicate chines. to all operators who have no and who could dp faster work by the use of them.' The com- pany will replace the machines of the men who own them as fast as the old ones wear our. Lunchrooms have been'placed in all the large offices and'. here the com- pany selis_good food at cost or a little below, to the men and women at work for them. force does not seem to be doubted hyjiated with the Pioneer Lumber Co. any of them, but if it goes into force j leaves for Pincher Creek in time for the fall cattle to be ship- where he will be manager of a lumber, ped into the- United States, the price yard for the Staoey Lumber Co. much for a while. During the past few days it has dropped .from 7 1-2 cents to 6 cents, and there are indica- tions that it will drop still further If reciprocity does not go through be- fore the fall cattle are shipped to the Chicago stockyards. GAMBLING AT SWISS RESORTS in Prince Edward County Picton, May Thirty thousand ap- ple trees are now under lease to the English syndicate operating in the county this year. The fame of the last few years in Geneva, May has in- creased to a serious extent in S wit- Prince Edward apple has already I the principal Swlss towns and summer abroad, and the 'syndicate is "deW- resort5' where kursaals and casinos MARKETS Winnipeg. May 3. Grais Winnipeg and American as folio-w-s: Winnipeg markats, wheat opened 95 3-4, closed 95 1-8: July open--: ed 07, closed 1-2: October opened! 90 1-4, closed 90. -Oats May opened j 1-8, closed 35 July opened 3fi 1-2. closed 36 5-S. Flax May opened 2.32; July opened 2.35, closed 2.35. Cash prices No. 1 Nor. 95 1-4; 2 Nor mined to keep that' name at its UP in numbers, each hav-Nts 34; 3 Nor. 90 3-4: No. 4, 85 1-8; est. The hundreds of orchards" now its "Cercle des Etrangers" and1- under lease have all been pruned and this week every orchard win be spray- On the first of the year the company ed. This is all under expert manage- Swiss tiiat tbe visitor does not come i "Petits Ghexaux" to attract the visit- or. But experience has proved to the notified -its it would j.ment. oan them money without interest. Up- on cause shown for an unusual need, of money the company will now lend its j MINE IS OPERATING Contrary to a small rumor. Dupen's sums, to be repaid from jcoai rojne is operating with a'full shift future wages.-- !and coal will be delivered proraptlv to i Many of the offices have been orders. j.vided with recreation rooms, equipped i ___.______________..______ 'with books and magazines and "easy j Switzerland to gam'ble, and the [greatest sufferers of the gambling maaia are the Swiss Themselves. No. 5, SO 3-4; Feed 62. Gate, 2] 35 1-2. Barley, No. 3 69; No. 4 55: Flax. No. 1 X. American markets, 2.32. Minneapolis May opened 87 3-8, closed 97 1-8; July opened 98 1-2, closed 9S 5-S Sept. opened a i v-s. closed dl 5-S. A crowded meeting- against gambling] opened 94.1-4, closed ha? been held here, and many sS, closed 88 3-8; sons, pastors and professors included, have sent, a petition to the federal au- thorities asking for the enforcement i of Article 3ci of the Constitution which I chairs, where the men off duty i lounge and recuperate. Sept. opened 88, closed ST 1-2. A Lonesome 1 own" to be Presented by Max DH fsttftr r Go. at the Majestic Theatre Next Friday and Saturday CARUSO BEGS'SAINT FOR VOICE Wili Offer Silver Bust of Self as Votive Offering to St. Janu- arius if Cured Rome. April Caruso has ordered a silver bust of himself from :hc Npcpolitan sculptor, give the bust as a votive of- to the saint through whose iu- he hopes to recover his voice. Ho is said to be firmly convinced uuU the only effective reraady for his ihioat. trouble iies in the miraculous of Si. Januarius, whose is preserved in a -glass phial in Naples twice year- -vhcu tic'saint's feast is celebrated May 3 aud Sept 39. CarviG. it cS reported, per- sonaily to assist in the miracle of the blood, and if he is cured will offer the silver bust, which will be 'placed prominen.l.p.05iUtor. on r.he faint's shrine. -v-w- DON'T BE BALD prohibits gambling in every form. ARCHDEACON CLARK G, Fatio pointed out that one j' Nearly Anyone May Secure a .Spfer.did BISHOP OF NIAGARA made a profit of a] Growth of Hair from the proceeds of gambling, j. Even hotel proprietors have joined! 'We nave a remedy that has a record Hamilton, able Arc ot" Hamilton was e op of Niagara today. Kves Hotel proprietors have joined! >v the petition, stating that a very grotflag hair and. curing baldness- '-cted BIsC of their customers go out. of every "joo cases where and eamhle there i according to directions for a-rea- No med- icine keep you in as good health as will the regular use of used according to directions for a rea- ____ f sonable length of time. That mar i I seem like a strong is, EAP.NGEY SENTENCED j Md wg mean it w bfi> anfl no one THREE YEARS IN PEN j doubt k unfil they have Toronto. May 3.-F. Earngey, the clairas to an acuial test. young well known barrister charged} are go cenain -VI and 'was sentenced to three years in penitentiary. [with forgery, pleaded guihy at assizes j wm cure dandruff( prevent hald- stimulate the scalp and hair roots stop falling hair and grow new hair that we personally give our positive FARMERS BANK CASE The Water of Quality I Yet PJAGI medicine M ...just a pure. some spring 19 water. C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. -UeihwFiut, Atta -After a conference on both sides the Torbnto. 3. between counsel Farmers Bank case was again postpon- ed, this time till September. TVVEEN SWEDEN AND GERMANY Berlin. May -A new t.reatv or commerce between (jermany anoi Swe- den under the new Swedish tariff, has been signed. guarantee to refund every penny paid us for it in every instance where it does not give entire satisfaction, to-the Rexall "S3" Hair Tonic is as ant to use as clear spring water, Ir is delightfully perfumed, and does not grease or gum the hair. Two 50c and 51.00. With our back of it, you certainly take no risk, Sold only at our The Store J. D. Higinbotbam Co. ;