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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May LETIIBIUDGE DAILY KERALD The Greit French Tonic VIGOROL JUnkes incii find men .sU'ong. J. Tliginbot'l'uuii Co., Ltd., your is the lirsl to import Jills into, Got a and bo henlthy. Since the liftrodiictJon or OHOL into Canada the sale 1ms been phenomenal. .VIGOnOL Is purely a builds up the run-down system, creates a new lease of life. should take a tonic. tTho only question IK what to -take. You can rely upon VLC.ORQlt as o-no of-the not Hie greatest, that man ever prescribed. Every drop ,of this wonderful French Tonic contains life: '7 Your nerves are toned lip 16 their proper tentioii. The stomach) and bowels are made strong, while the kidneys and are sod dud put good v, 01 king ordei Heartaches and all blood., Impurities aie at once removed The Ibe comes cleai and healthy j'lGOfi- OL in short.MHI elm a go, joui sjslem making It' pure and healths JMr Higinbothim, joui druggibi, nill refund jour monej if it lulls liice a RAIN CHECKS FOREST FIRES St Johns, the. territoy Alaj 31 which the fores lacs bwcpl intlie jiabt line s, confirm lift destruction of In alonv" tne norili toabL, wlur ('ttellniL'S ,uitl (gtt hoiiSLS on lain looms, and then tQutcnls era! small also destiojei anil it is (hat. one mmdnu Thousand loes buniul hi cludjnt; the (kstiuctioa of standing .timber ihe property loss locate Rain fell to day and checked tlie progress rff the aie not complete- S3 WEDS WEALTHY WIDOW, 79 Head of Allentown Religious School Overcomes. Families.Objections AMehtowri, May Rab- li) Joseph Rosenbuig inlnHpal of a pmate religions school in Al lentottn lost li s wife bj death in announced his in ton tion oE malting a. pilgrimage to Teiubalem, there" to end his days; 1n prayer, med- itation and good works. Friends trle'd to persuade him to re- main, since he Is S3 years old and has .the reputation of being one of the most profound .Hebrew scholars in America. To thesg solicitations Hab- bi Roseuburg at the time turned a f, deaf ear, and lie began to make pre- parations for ;his trip to Palestine. It was later noticed that the vener- .ble .and respected rabbi lost his keenness-for the proposed pilgrimage and j estei daj thei a was astonish among his friends when an- nouncement was made that In the evening'he would be married to JFrs. Carolina J. Goldstein, a wealthy wid- cw of 71 .Childron and grandchildren on both des tried to dissuade the couple who ideclhie to listen to all entreaties, and families eventually, decided .they I better give the union their blcss- The ceremony was performed Gvening- at the'home of Mr. and Jos. by Rabbi Glass in the presence" of EI large mini- of friends FREE TRADE AND RECIPROCITY ARE STILL NAMES TO CONJURE WITH OUT IN THE WESTERN PLACES, SAYS GADSBY (By H. F. G. In the .Montreal rDally Herald) Calgary, May lht> -wise men canio from the oust, probablj because tbo protected interests wore too strong there, a great many thorn i em.iinod In the prah le v and bocamo free traders. This fac is not in tho Bible, but it is trui nevertheless. were four reasons- why thej became lice because the; were faimcis and thq natural ten of the natural man is tow an rre'e sett-interest' point od that way; because the landscape taught the same lesson; and because theio men like Di Mlchao' Clarke, of Red Deer, who had sat al tlie feet of Gladstone and Morley, to inspire them. somebody snorts "More piffle'" YOB, landscape A man's tonoRi uphical1 setting has great influence on his mind If1 you aie inclined to doub't lt? ask history Tho prairie spacefi-rso that is ire fenceb cut no, pansion, loom lo growj; unhampered relations Tho 49th parallel hundred miles long, mvls ible, unguarded save for'a tew right The-.U. F. A., and Its Work The U. F. United Farmer of Alberta-Ms free trad Ideal. So far'it Is a movement to ward perfection, not as a business ii stiiutionf although it hopes, to becom that later- on. Its objects Bordeu government gets for not tak iiig R.' B. Bennett at his western face- value, a large part said face-value being the. facility with which R. B. Bennett can work'its most omnipo- tent factor, his mouth. An Emancipating Idea Free trade is of those emanci- pating conceptions which leaves the uind open to all other .big ideas. It s very much like the Almighty's edict there be light. The light conves md darkness cannot live afterwards Hi any Alberta free traders have Bastlat's Economic Sophisms, but ;hey have their light just the same rite good 'of. the. many is an illuinin: xted self-interest which 'brings the sunshine of truth into every public Question right down the Hue. For nstance, Alberta Is a" single-tax pro- nee. All the towns and villages in Alberta adopted single tax this year. That .is the law. All- the rural -dls- groups of nine the same thing. The :Ities of Alberta, which operate under ipecial charters, were given three to make the grade. Most of hem are doing it at onu jump. Ed- nonlon wiped out her business tax his year and 'then wondered why he had put tip'-with the nuisance so ong, seeing that the revenue from it mounted to only anyway. A ear from now Alberta will be a solid ingle-tax province, and Sir James Vhitney will be able to cast his eye n at least one considerable spot of arth nhcro his checkerboaid objfc- on .does not apply. Aiberta-'s exper- ence is that single-tax helps all and urts none. It stimulates improve- icnt, builds up cities, and far- from andic.apping tho town-Iotter, enables :m to make Quick turn-overs. Politeness and Public Ownership Another side-blessing of free trade entiment Is municipal ownership, hlch is simply handing their own v'or to the natural owners and tceep- ig private monopolies out. Public study and principles of co operative socfeties; to promote socii Intercourse study of economi and social questions bearing on'th farmer's welfare; :to further the in terests of farmers and ranchers in al branches of agriculture, to proinot the b3bt methods of faira business to enlarge and increase markets, t cents to the f aimer foi King expenses, mortgage lifting and ho profits of his labbr Freight lates are'150 per cent, tou UIBU The U A. would' change all that.- Its plan is coopeiation all the way operation In coal depots, faim imple ment depots, elevatois, lumbei yaids, stock jards Tho U F act as hujing agent and selling agent The reforms tho U.'F. A. proposes go into little detail of the farmer's but freight rates and a lower tariff, and cutting out the middleman'so that 'the farm- ers will intercept all the legitimate profits between him and his market are the iaige immediate problems One oE the verj first things the U F A. is Teaching for is the British Co- ' UIJ-CT HJ spun amounts to ten million dollars am1 goes mostly to the TJnite-d Slates Al borU bujs British Columbia lumber Why shouldn't British Columbia bin Alherta'b farm stuff' The amwei rests with the railways. Liberty, But Not License With all this zfeal'for liberty there is no license m the The wild and woolly days are forgotten, and order are now more respected than they are In the the pimciple no doubt that what is newer is d-earei, liko the lents OL apartment houses in Toronto. Bassano is the onl> wideopen to-sui on the prairies ami it Is too young to know better. Religion is more than .comfort; it is entertainment In tbo west This'ex plains why the churches arc always full of men on, Sundays. People on th0 prairies arc always doleful when the sun does not shine, because the sun is such a largo part of their tree- less scenery. In the same way re- ligion occupies a larger place than it docs in the crowded hearts down east, Monster Program FRIDAY AND Days when "Sturlvnd" Shfnel. Positively the Best Program Ever Shown at ftUrland. "The Younger Brother" 4 .if A magnificent and famous mllltao dfuina, of Kltchonei B Second In the most realistic.and of .modern times. See Lancers and The Gordon Highlander! In Battle Array and In ".Full War Money fully refunded, If this picture alone is not worth Ihe (price of admission. IiTTI? DvrvtlTf'T I Vti TTATVi'kI> An exceedingly huinair drama of eyery-ilay 11IV 1 ft ilUJMUt llte A plot and sen- entlonal climax. This la a true story of n light'between Love and Duty. t. A great and funny cometiv, with .in undei current oC truth, that makes it all the mo re appealing ami pleasing There's n hemj laugh in every inch of this full icol MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Kitchener" in the Star f-ridaj and are the flays.when shines in its brilliance1, and tins week-end irogram bids fair to outshine any program tha't hns been shown in this premier picture" tlieatrc. The program; composed of' three full each one of which1 ii! a feature in itself, The picture 'tluit calls for jiiosfc com- nent is nutitled' "Tfte Younger Bro- :licr." The slotv is taken fronr 'Kftchftner's Second Campaign in the ariri is" the unost realistic iir jiicture of modern1 times. The icroes of the story arc two English oidiers, one'Of'whom is captured by he stately: horsemen of the desert; lie othor disguises himself as a 'Dervish" and rescues his pal. "flic itory is fiesli and notable, and ;is veil brouelit out, which makes it n.osfc 'deeply intcicating. We see i nique picture of the "21st Lancers' nd "The. Gordon Highlanders" it all "battle array" and in "full war- iv." There seems to lie so much lie icii tiling in it, that one can Larcely believe Ins H is a torv tint much of "Kipling" nd is hound to please tho Vp.iri from this cobtlv roduction, thpre .ue two other gen nit films I'hjsician'i, if. ,in exceedingly hu- i.m drama of a nglu tictueen. nd 'antl a reall> funnj MI] ppeahng comedy entitled "Bill's ills" a full reel, with a aiU laiijjh in inch 3 At the Morris That everybody is getting the hab- v as [Jiam to DC seen last nignt n> le three large, houses that witnessed le splendid programme at this beauti- ul theatre. "War On the e big two-reel production by the [son Co., wits one of the-most magnl- cent pictures that has ever -been cen In our city, and that it was liigh- appreciated by the large audiences as plainly aeon by the cheers and proar of applause after each reel, splendid comedy, in addition to this, nde tho programme o.nite cpniplete. or .tonight the management has ooked that.big- comedy the nicture- vers have been waiting for, ou produced by the Kitlem nnd two other good dramas hich should dra'w packed houses iig- tonight. Majestic Theatre DACRE CASTLE IN PORT Suez. May nritlsh steam ahip, Dacre Castle, which went ashore lit liasgarib, in the R-art Sea, while on a-voyage from New York to the Phil- ;jvas floated yesterday after- wncrshlj) is failure in- Alberta. bhe Is ii. har and dry-docked if neces- sary, noon, and has 01 rived hero leaking slightly and her r damaged Dhcii will exan TAH.T FEELS'SURE OF THE NOMINATION 'Washington, Mnv JO President Tflft today sent a telegram to Arthur VobriB, republican national commit- toeiiian Ohio, declaring that wliile he docs not need the six delegates at, large to secure the Presidential Nom- ination, be will .not consider a com- promise lu the Ohlo-fitate convention Opera Company Coming Commencing next -Monday and con- ming for the following two days, e SliormaiirCleveland opera com- ;ny will appear at the Majestic Theatre here in a series of light op- eras. The which is said to be an excellent one, will present "The Sherman-Cleveland Opera Co. 25 PEOPLH 25 PEOPLE 3 Nig'hls, Wednesday Mulinee, C'oniiucncing JUNE 3rd MONDAY, JUNE 3nl The Time, The Place and The Girl TUESDAY, JUNE Mil The Follies of 1911 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5th A Stubborn Cinderella WEDNESDAY MATINEE A Lonesome Town Prices, Nighl 25, 50, 75, Matluqc, Wednesday, Children 25; Adults aiOo Complete Change To-rNight (1) What Fate Ordained, an interesting dia-i jna by flip Lnhin Company. (2) For His Son; A ory of Great Tntorcsl to old and young by the Biogvapli Co (3) Walk; TIml big Siu-nniinj) Comedy yon have been waiting foi GET THE HABIT PICTURES CHANGE DAILY. PRICES 10 and 15 cents 'ollies oE other attractive offerings. The solists who appear with this comutuiy here with 'irst cluss renift.itlonB, and the chpi is'is said lo be an effective one. The Sherman-Cleveland -Opera- 'Co. .have been playing to large business in .oth- er plaees, and it" is to be honed they will ge.t an encuoraging reception here Monday evening at their initial performance. BURDENING THE WEST (Winnipeg Free Press.) The highly protected Canadian steel nrfl makers, 'with the "home market" secured to them by a duly of per ton on steel rails imported into this country, have failed to enlarge their plant and equipment and make pro- vision for''meeting 'the demand of the "home market." The result is that steel rails have imported. The Grand Trunk Pacific, for instance, has Just had to place an order for 40, 000 tons of steel rnlls with United States makers, the rails being for use in Saskatchewan nnd Alberta. Tho duty being ?7 the coat of the (rack laW with these tons of steel, rails will bo more than if the rails wore admitted free of duty That is to nay, the people of. Sns katchewan and will have to pay through railway rates, the ma- jor part of the interest on the cost of tho mllcnge laid with these tons rails, thus have more than n quarter of a million dollars added to the capital sum on which they must nay intercut. In return Cor which they receive nothing: at all. As the other railway companies are also forc- ed to import steel rails, the total am- ount of duty collected'by the Domin- ion government1 from tho railway com panics and added by the railway com- panies to their can.lttil outlay will pro- bably be in the neighborhood or half a million dollars by the end or the summer. The Edmonton Bulletin sets forth vigorously -the case -for the1 admission of steel rails free'of duly. Says the Bulletin: "For not admitting rails free "of duty, there is no discoverable reason H bo mis-placed pity for Can- ada's alleged steel rail makers, who are allowed (o add per ton to the selling price'of theit rails with- out Inducing competition from abroad. The Canadian rail-innlicrs have sent to the 'scrap-heap every argument for the continuance of their 'protection. Though secured in their 'home mar- kfil' thoy have imulu no serious at- tempt to Piecnro the 'home ag- ainst, a shortage of their product. The railway construction, which 1ms now assumed such large proportions in Ca-. ncvda, has not sprung; up overnight It began ten jears agd In an active and has grown steadllv and rap idlj since One did not to bc the son of a prophet to foresee tfcat the demand for steel tails would be large ind that the entei prising mill maker Mould be building not on a speculation, but on a Bine thing; In. increasing his capital, eniarg'ng plqnt and equipment and iRjiRgJiirn- eelt out to meet iu some adequate Vfiy the splendid opportunity opened to him That Ib piecisely flhat Canadian rail makers have lliej Inuc neither measured up Lo their own business thej cieated the 'home market' for Canadian farm products, which in sup- posed to compensate the Canadian funnei for the increased piicee he has to pav foi protected' productions." Hundreds of miles ofVgrade-.'were" thioun up on the prairie lut for vvhich it perfectly well-known- that inarle-ln-Canada steel rails; could- not be obtained Thousands of le during com enlejicet