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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. THE LETJIBKIDGE DAILY HEL'ALT? The Kind that Pleases the People CO. TOHOSTO. O.-ST. UNITED STATES MARKETS CONCENTRATED is better than lemons and sug-ar. A bottle of Dakon's makes a halt" gallon of lemonade- g-iasses 12 for Xo trouble no mess no knives or lemon squeezers just Jidd iced :ind the lemonacie is ready to serve. Be sure to get D ALTON'S li as good. Contains no other lie. abot'ie- irrocers ar.d dru WHOLESALE nelly, Watson S'-nieil by Toronto protect ion is t from winch take ihe "Agriculture line of most profit, im-spec'ive of sen- i inient." That's exactly the situation. do not their on lines of sentiment. man ufac- t'.K-c to or to luiy'wdy. Farmers raise gn.iu. and .u-v.or- ai to sell. like men .engaged in the task Jus; as producers, iiu-ir where they can i-rices. !n a speech ilJouse oi Common? Mac-Nun, quoted prices of No. 1 Noi .'Minneapolis and ye.ar U'ii'. tie ;niate by taking the found ;he Mince.: e! or the iVrence in i'.veen Mir difference is apparent: Northern sririix ly wheat shii i i be sci'iru'. bright, clean, and bo UO[ less than v'0 to the bushel, and shall be composed Li per cent, of nan. nuii i uv i roe ry of products of ovc.. isp.y hfivi- te: 'American stance is ii -osi'-ibii' for ihe di'Ve mere thins so that our ieiiverefl ii: the jiavc fow days he e tha.. in IN. policy thai lisis worked in Ihe past, jand will work if allowed fo continue, hardship on the foremost. 'builders of Canada. Explain Attitude of U. S. Fa.-mcrs Uow will .Mr. iionieu explain iho t'tnde of V. S. fanners? farmers In he ivntiblic have been j unanimous in protesting, the wraiii. j United States Senate, apninsi iho the soil, down of American barric-rs encieiicy 10 tower a-ainst Canadian food products. N.P. no circum-; Hull, master of Michigan Stale Orange. it will result 'speaking for fiO.OlM) members, last, wyok ;ichvi.'; 'eve! of 'presented a written statement before tli.i it is the American Senate dec-hiring the would be signers wouid support any frr.ru to per man who votes fyr reciprocity. Ceo. on chairman of :he executive of lu-.ve a mar'vin '.Massachusetts State Grun-e, who also appeared before the Senate, was equal- ly emphatic. F. N. Godfrey, nnister oi'j .New York State Grause. wiih ifn'i.0 where O.e fyasurucrs 'members, asserted that practically alii the 77U subordinate yiMnges in New York State had passed resolutions de- -K'-x against reciprocity. Are these farmers pultiusr up a or are they) in earnest? They know, just as well i AS our that entrance to the; I'nited. States markets will bonefl'J ir.r.ins, into many The Consumers Will Also Benefit ft hus to 'i( liners I; uau experts 3' v.ork tor years, no conceivaii'e way do The rs sv-e that rht-y profit to the e.vioi millions uv r-vi iio other millions The irarke; :o weeks. :uu! average d if fore nee u. jiolis 11' rents ;KT nnsh- whole There is a dif- :hc sys'.ein or !H-- nd The so tne isrkets. more d 01' our soil. uuvapoiis is the greai not found iu the srvaiis ceurre? of T-he marr.r'ar-: eil bm urait; are as cheaper in iranfl i'cr pro- Livin.c is cheaper in i iLoses c's? marker iaj one o'" thei the -Sc EX-MAYOR SCHMITZ SROKE A" San U LL at least 'Fife wheat. wheat, hard, s'nail swoet. clean, and consist of over per cent, of the hard varieties. itors, will be ar the 'jlosin? exercises or toe Knigit Academy, and return nor than the evening for the A.'herra Slake Of- measured hushel. I'icers' Reunion. The All in it is .uenerally conredccl terlr conference convenes on Ttirur- that there'is a difference of ttbont one ciay. grade in fa'.'or of Canadian whcar. Obtained Francisco >iay who escaped going to San products :Quetin prison v.-ith ex-Boss Abe Rueffj the slenderest legal technicality.! lhan wilo is now at liberty on Cheap flour will uenei'it; bonds, has lost all The boodle thai, ho! ;i'.c ranker as well as the consurjer. accumulated by wholesale grafting on j Likewise oainieai and other corporations with Rnefi'. j icoqs'.iii'fs manufacturpd from the raw.is in Mexico dead broke. ii-s busi 'proyiK'ts of the farm. ventures having gone wrong. Nonhsrn spring is made frcni Manitoba wheat.} NVhen Schmitz tn tt, be sound, bright, and sold at a price rhan it e-in JA'1- on }je secured as T either in .Minneapolis or of William J. an Oai; England is a free trs.de country. ilaad Capitalist. In return -ee ic pounds to'The consumer has everything to ScUmitz to invest :and nothing to lose. dollars of his iil-g.itrf.1, MI 3. large cein-.-nt facto--r near SiJitai jfrnz. failed iasr year.; lost cent'he iiad invesi-' verything or. day supremely GOOD-always--if you always use II conscientious iiouscuivcsuilfi ihe highest ideals ;is to puritv in (lie low', they scne, use only E JU5SES HOtR BETTER BREAD BETTER CAKES BETTER; PIES N'eicr a criticism if jou .ilwavs use ROSES LAKE Or THE WOODS MILLING CO., LTD. The Outiook For All Classes The outlook for both farmers and Hres. Dues departed ibis niornina for The average difereiice in AO. bar- consumers, it' the reciprocity agree- ed in it. Then the mine which Lerhbridge. expecting ro moot his sen. ley prices is esu'mated at not less than goes into effect, is most tDpef.ui. put considerable money into La Roy. who is returning from damp weather. Licus.-Col. E. A. Cniick '.vears' mission in Great Britain, shank paid Cardsron a visit yesterday; Postponed duly inspected the Cadet Corps of The Alberta Stake Ladies' Relief So- the C.irfjston sctioo'. purposed having a bazaar today. The were such that the bad weather of this week de- side drill became impossible, so the ctded them in put ting it off until Tues- boys up in the Assembly Hall, day next, and were there inspected by A Quiet 'vVeddinc Cruicksha.uk. Wiiile they have not yet received their arms, the boys did well ar their exercises, and Mr. E. Terry tt'as complimented on the showing a two-.25 cenrs. lures for quote a few sample fig-: An enormous increase in the oroducrs ;at Oroville. in Bntte county, pinched! ,-losing; month of iof this country is in sight. The In despair. Schmitz started for. (Special to trie Herald.) -May deluge of ;few days ago. which caused quite an 'excite.meru in ihe otherwise quiet camp. The contracting parties being iir. Frank Aldersou, the genial mana- ger, of the noted Thompson's House, and Miss McFare. of Peterborough, England. The bride was beautifully ;ir. tired imd mt'.ch admired. Miss Lilly Thompson was bridesmaid, and Mr. I Harold Pinicey. son of Mr. Justice Pinlc the best man. The Rev. .Air. of Blairuiore. performed the ;ceremony. The presents were 7mm- OCT. 4 Oct. n Oct. is Oct. -r> Nov. i- Nov. 'j 47 Minn. fil'l !ration of our sreat whear has Smal Dec. -Jl Dec. Mr. Herraain A. Kenly and .Miss 5u- N-ov sie Webster, bot.j of Mountain View. .were married today at Pres. U'oods' office in presence of a few friends. i made. Aaotiser sprinc will see nvo avving to lhe bad roads FreP Wood or more companies. ar_d Pres. vrillianis cf- Vhile here another duty was rhe -m lhe ceremonv-. or a sue for the erection of- The youn? are and fa..0_ a drill hall, and armory. Major H. ablv in the Sdttienienrs B. Cruvn the coionei over r'ae towp. and rwo locations found. The town is ro furnish ihe site, and the government puts up: rf is announced rant the building, which win cost some disposed of -Ins store 55.01111 grounds, and that he will sell our At and Macleod some s'T-'cck here. acres have V.een given for build-: -v'r- W- H- Steed wiil :n b in- aad drill pounds. "n.ere. however. ine" fop himself at ths same ui-; 47 rain erous and costly and .of a very useful _ the, last few days has 'caused ioharacrer. During tfce evenin the .liaioa. Mexico, wnere his brother is .exceptionally high floods in the creeks! citizens' Band, led by Conductor ipnly well started. The enormous jr.-'interested in some mines, but a have played havoc in this piave'rt clio'ice and" classiCHl in population in the Tnitediter was received yesterday by one and had the strike not been in ?s "well as poriuhr airsT :-iStates means at once, and in project, .his old friends saying .the mine the miners would have been were" and a ;a gre.it market for our grains. The; won bless, and that Schmiu is for a considerable time in evening was-terminated with I bailed Stares must soon import vast ed. jquence. good wigj for; thg and of grain- from somewhere.! H is estimated that Sehmitz made' The track 01 i.he Frank and bridegroom. !-'iShe already recjuires our hard wheat.. out of M-'noiesalp graftinc: with ,Grassy .Mountain Co. has been com-'; j Canada now has her opportunity tn Rueff. the only thing; that remains Cashed away, and inundated get in on the ground floor. Once in.'a fine house in hi? wife's name. it Trill be hard to displace her. If ihpj________________ lost the present WINNIPEG TO CELEBRATE The happy couple "will take up resi- when again will the conditions be so: ifavorablft for striking a'bargain? Thei May conference weeks to clear. WJU residc Mounrain Brief fv'eniicn The management of; There is a difference in ilax of about.Consumers of Canada" want some of the i being -held here this afternoon be-jtne mine are coping (he difficulty Ur. W. P. King' v.-as elected presi- tv.enty cents per bushel. jnatural products cf the United States Lieut. Gov. McMillan, acting and there is every hope that every-'dent, of the Royal Society of Canada. Estimate of the Crops of the West 'Diving conditions are almost intolsv-'Premier Robert Rogers and civic be in order by ihc which approved an imperial cable sys- ro the men in oar towns and cities jthorities regarding a. fining celebra-jtirae .work is resumed at ihe mines. jtem with an alternative rouie from total grain crops ;wtlo are of only ordinary on Coronation Day. j A fashionable weddin- took place a'Australia through'." the Indian Ocean. means. H is r.ow hard for a family to much as Edgar Snow, one of only ihe builOins; the tov-'n CHP. be used for ;n- capitalists, departed for Salt Lake- Eaatry drill, and the reserve for The estimate of S. Allen has''or Western Canada this year is as uildings ;'d follows: respectably on much less than Bushels (5100 oer month. We must have cheap-i Wbeat. er food and cheaper clothing. By this j We ,j0 not mean inferior food or cloth- j Barley Reciprocity and the agitation for! Dreference to Britain oava For export it is estimated that ;vav- for general tariff reform to- TO. RECLAIM 30.000 -Vlujor Rro'.vn entertained the offi- PLAN ccrs nnd their Sadie.- at his home in' honor the Lie'Jt.-Coionel's visit, a; rf> E very evenin? was Andrew TV'oolf, and T. Lake Simcoe. to be Drained fo were nor, able to be present' CultiVrttJon at Cost of or. axvouii- '.vear-hrjr. wards the ultimate goal of free trade. Approaching Visit of Mr. Border. I Western Provinces will have: Bushels i-r'i ilnn fio ACRES Oars t j Mr. the defender of protec-i Barley r.he man who would maintain the nt. Big Tract of Ontario Land. South tariff barriers along three thousand The 1010 differences between Minne-. miles of territory joined by the bonds! arolis and '.vinnipeg cjtiotations would: of nature, and the opponent of an in-} as on the grades mention- 'crease in the preference to Britain un- C" Squadron of the AlberM: TO turn SQ.wM't acres of Ranker? v.-as. rlghr in rhe van list Ontario swamp land ir.to a. modern'v'" J.Vir ar. r.he drill, and 'vok Garden of Eden is a scheme that is for an excellent record to !his engaging the attention of the Depart- summer. Lieufs. H. May. C. J. Bro'vn nieni of Agriculture oi' the Province.' been aev'- and has. awakened ksen i Total ivnd rhtjy to have a on the part, of the fr.rit-growers. Thej to coLnjlement. of men asain this .sum huge trace, which now is of liitie :lcss seme eniraerica] scheme in Im- iperial preference is adopted, thus tax- ihe British workingman, is coming us in a few days. The farmers 'are preparing to tell Mr. Borden and 750, OnO his lieutenants exactly what they think these figures rhe difference Mr. is almost beyond comprehension for oats, potatoes, cattle, etc..; that any intelligent Western Canadian. soon Drill is 'o be weather seules. and every man to do Apostles in the District as except for 3. fail harv of f t.otal. acccrdin.s to 1010 fig- j divesting himself of partisan feeling. ures-- it-.-; Hymen V.. Smith and An- ivins came up from Rnymond supervision and duc.e be less ilian iooiving trade qnp.sr.iou square- ily in the face, couid conceive of any- cold figures presented must more suicidal than to refuse the by the pcTitirians who tell the'offer of reciprocity now held out by H have government that the opening of the Amer-j Presidenr Taff. Air. Eorden must be direction, wUl markets will injure Canadian plainly need expect noj rarmers. Ti. is probable, of course.'support in this section of Canada for grass, lies between Holland's Landing his and Bradford, jus! south of Lake coe. the waters of which havo the arpa. If successful, project, which Wood at ;he Cochrane Ranch ;or the few day.-. It planned to visit Gleiiwcod .Hili Spring. Mountain Viw snd .Lciiviti. holding meetings at ;he bsr-naniad plaoo this evening, but lie weather clerk spoiled it all. Tomorrow Pres. Wood, with vis- ihree million dollars worth of; arms at a total cost of Scries of Canals Prof. Day, of the Ontario Agricul- tural College. Guelpb, is sponsor for. a scheme by which the waters now <-ov ering.rhe laud can be draine'i into. Lake Simcoe.' This wilj be done by a series of canals transacting the', area, in much the same fashion r.s. irriga- tion ditches, and leading to the lakf. At the same time a clam v.-i.'l be built to prevent jmy more water back from tha Like. The Soil Is Rich The estimate of the cosi for ;.h.? work is thirty an ac-rf. and the resultant value of the land for farm purposes is from 31UO an acre upward. The great richness of !lu- soil is said to assure ideal condi- tions for fruit growing. Makes bread, cakes, pies and pastry of uniform ives confidence to tiie housewife in her ability to make good bread. No failures on balling dav, when YOU use rw What we stated when we began business, regarding the Superior Quality of our Meats EARTHQUAKE ON IONIAN IDS. Athens. .May hns! 'C'irred at Sar.LT or one of tht, Ionian Tslfirjcls. Aianv jtouses have hefn destroyed and a larpe num.-. tier of persons injured. And let us prove that the Meat Question can end your worres regarng INDIAN HEAD GETS RAiN 1 Head. Sas.k.. May .weather has here gjj.ce A'on- day night Jioour one ono-.-jUiirier 'inches of rain lias fallen dunim- the-' .week. There bus brer, no !Yosr '-last nii-'ht at tiie Kxj.-oriin.-THHl Var.ri riTid a uer and rain ;s tViliinc morning. HILL BLOCK O .DUFFERIN STREET PHONE 452 1 ;