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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta May 30. THE LETIIBJRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pager Tkeatre W. B. Sherman, Manager Phone 646 Friday Evening, June 2nd Th Dramatic Event of the Season. First Appearance Here England's Greatest Emotional Actress of OLGA "THE ENGLISH BERNHARDT" (Liebler Co., Managers) in The Of Evelyn Vaudray By Hen'ri Bernstein, author of" The Thief" Adapted by Louis N. Parker Staged by Ben Greet Seats Now On Sale at Box Office and Gallery 75c JOHN HERRON LEFT THE HOUSE; SEEMED TO FEAR HE WOULD HAVE TO VOTE (Special to the Herald.) Block Grain Bill Uttawa, May ad-j Again, on the lust day of the session, jcurned on Friday night until July conservatives blocked the govern- having finally passed some H- Oov- Olll .ernment and private bins. aiuladvanc-'ment's elforl to IJHSS Ule 'ed considerable other important operation ol" the ele-l jlation. In moving the adjournment, j valors unuer a government coinrnis-j iHon. Mr. Fielding, who was leadingision to meet the views of western the House, stated that upon reassem-1 fanners. Hon. Frank Oliver, who was! after the return of the Prime j in charge of the in re. urged; Minister from England, the consid- promptness in dealing with it in order) eration of the reciprocity the commission might, be-named! would be renewed, and it. is expected in time to apply the net to this sea-j they will then be put through to a son's crop. Mr. Haggart. Conservative! conclusion. Whether the Conserva- meai'ber for Winnipeg city, opposed live Opposition will renew its in support of his position, read a> [live tactics is at present from the Winnipeg Grain hJx-j cal. There are those, even within its'change urging delay and also alluded j !own ranks who are none too eager to to a similar request from the Montreal i force the issue upon an arrangement.! Corn Exchange. Four other Western which is steadily growing in popularconservatives, Messrs. Campbell, ofj jfavor and these argue that after their Schaffner, of Souris; Brad-J 'rural colleagues have had opportunityjfcury, of Selkirk, and Lake, of i of learning the views of their all protested against the passing' jueuts and Mr. Borden has toured the bill.. They argued that they liadjjj provinces and there learned had sufficient time to study its pro-! j S sentiment of the western people, therejvisions, notwithstanding the fact that.lj [will be little further opposition to the jit had been discussed by the Senate; ratification of the agreement. In ;n committee for some weeks pre-j case, the government will proceed jvious, and sought to evade respimsi-j I with plans to that end with increasing, biHty for opposing its adoption by the) 'confidence and fortified 'by endorsa-.pretence, that it would MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. Sherman, Mgr. Phone 646. First Appearance of Simpson Hogg Lilliputian Opera Company 30 PEOPLE 30 PEOPLE TO-NIGHT San Toy To-morrow Thursday, farewell Gallery 50c MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Mar. PHONE 846. short fall tions coming in by every mail from'government operation. Mr. I every province. A further Moose Jaw. in a vigorous saeech, iary return of correspondence unmasked the insincerity of the i tabled by Hon. Mr. Fielding on thejsition position. If, lie pointed it (last day of the session, showed a unan-jnad not been for the deliberate jimity of expression .in favor of tbejstruction of the Conservatives, the lull iarrangement. have been dealt with a week i OpposUion-Injure Farmers Mr. Staples, of Macdonald. had i Two important pieces of government taken jjy Hie houid moulded upon representa- wnen tne from the western farmers. been considered, >by 'blocking pro, unavoidably held over, owing to I porous, and a. umes Mr. Peiry, urged the necessity for passing the bill to insure the relief of the farmers in handling the coming crop. In turn, however, Messrs. 'Schal'fner, Campbell includ- and Bradbury opposed its adoption, IP "til- demand s all nt Sways, presented -hi jRailway.Act h, R. E, Superintendent ot" Railway and wamp Lands, as a witness. The 'evidence of Mr. Young was emphatic 'that the transfer had been urged upon met to -consider the insinuation The Greatest of All Great Sensational Pictures _ -and bitterly cnuc, bingle. married, widowea, that ed or legally separated. rh wer. farmers "did not know what rliey were asking for" when: they petitioned the government for; this measure and approved of clause drafted. For over two hours S. Alonth of birth. Year of birth. 10. Age last birthday. 11. -Country, or place of birth. fused to let 1-. Year of immigration to Canada, Devoted measure had to he adopted without !if an immigrant. i 13. Year naturalization, if formerly 'an alien. 1-3. Racial or tribal origin. 15. Nationality. 'Religion. 17. Chief occupation. is. Employment, other than chief oc- cupation, or trade, if any. 111. Kmployer (Are I'D. Kmpioyee 'Are HI. Working on own account. State where person is employed.! as on farm, in woollen mill, at found- jry. shop, in drug store, etc. Weeks employed in 1510 at chief occupation or trade. Minister iby the departmental offi- these men fought me proposal and invcsligateci the case al ......reach a vote untn the, Young evldei.ce the bill lapsed and the.- was 2Tanled ]and by to the great extra expense incurred in obtaining this feature for this house, the Management are obliged to raise the price of admission for this attraction. the clause in question. Nervous Prostration Makes You Weak, Heipiess and Miserable. acr. of parliament, acres for miles of railway constructed, without restric-! !uon as to the locality of the land. A 'subsequent order-in-cduncil restricted ;thc land selection to the area east of itne Red River, the territory in which j 'the railway was constructed. The same order declared tha; land must, be fit for settlement as was cus- tomary in all railway land grants. The! railway was constructed, and when the company claimed its land grant, it re- presented that there was not more Children 15c Adults 25c Corne Early and Avoid the Rush the Company for War, a member of the Brit- isettlement at the disposal of the to seiect the amount Government, in the House of Wherever there are sickly people vho 'ernment in the surveyed area east. had eanied, in specific local-i .River. Early settlement are troubled with deranged nerves they Red if anv. pals will restore the equilibrium of these 'the land that could be classed .s fair- at CHM centres, Wn. tak ,b. m nervous system to a pcnect Qr R5USJ. to ;-ne settled by a lawsuit, but, in viewjkmd cannot faij to be a more prosper- Government as swamp lands nn-'of the policy of the Minister to openjous Canada, affording a letter market LM. Weeks employed in UtlO at other) wi findlhat Milburn's Heart and Nerve i Manitoba had occupied pracucally Ieb el i _........, _ lo-nfi fhnt nnultl be classed fair- mbteaa tnan cuief occupation or trade -5. I-lotirs of working time at occupation. Hours of working time per week at other occupation, if any. -'i. Total earning in 1910 from chief occupation or trauc. -8. Total earning in 1910 from oth- er than chief occupation or trade, if any. Rate of earning per hour, v.-hen employed by the hour, in cents. Insurance held upon life. :ji. Insurance against accident or sickness. Cos! of ihsnrawe in Census y'eyi1. Moniha at school in IfMO. Can re.ul. Can write. of eduction in for pev-j or ,jirer( on sons over IS years of age at college, price bv The. T. iiilburn C< consent, or university. 11 iti'.an. acres of land fairly fit for'and accordingly, authorized to se Lords last week. Replying to ques- tions concerning Canada's specific reCiprOcal -trade with the United east, of the Red Riv- Haidane, speaking for the The question between the Government, said: "We hold and the Government might Canada with a great trade of tliii reserved lands for settlement un- for our goods and able to do more condition. They do this by their restorative influence on every organ and tissue of the body, and their extraordinary cura- tive power manifests itself immediately denuded of timber, and there-jthe what ._ .._( they arc taken. We depreciated in value under i he nearly entitled to without a lawsuit j good step in our interests, as: "well as Mrs. D. Ward, Htmtsville, Ont., jiominion Government, authority. Theiand without delay, rather than by en- the'interests of Canada." view was taken that, as the upon a lawsuit, to keep the odd nad earned over acres of land 'numbered sections of the West tied up under an not of Parliament, they weivjl'or an indefinite number of years pend ounuod jo Haiin that amount at the ing the result. The evidence of Mr. nunrts of the Dominion practically disposes oi1 the in- Mm! if Hie Govornmpnt could not against the this the kind of land neoes-jsoore, sary to nioet the olaim of the Company The disloyalty and disintegration of fast of Red the land must [Empire cries raised by sr-lfisli cor- This (piesTion was' poration inlerpsis the reci- agreement, mot a writes: ''I tnke pleasure in sending you my testimonial in praise of your Mii- bu'rn's Henri and Nerve Pills. T suffered terribly with nervous prostration, and became so I '-vas not able to attend to ray huuseholu now I ran tnithfullv -hat 1 owe my life to them. Three hoxt-s my trouble." Milburn's Hour: nn4 Nerve Pills are j oOc. per box, nr 3 boxes for at all dcr the swamp lands agreement with ail tic Dominion. The timber lands tbe provisions of the Land Act of -trade" with ourselves. which were not.swamp lands had been j it was thought, better to give i every point of view, we Jcok upon the it. seemed to she is taking as probably a will try to annex 700 ac- ;s .of township, has jniarjy factories. The Imperial Hard- ,ware Mftimfacturing Co. of Warren, Pa. ill locate a 'branch there. Fire a large roller rink, a L'arriaa.e factory, aiui the Dominion ('itixet' factory at Quebec. A shork 1 Tuimbcv of house? were also destroy- ;