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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta nAii'.v Friday, Novcnilxtr RECIPROCITY IN WATER NEXT MTIONAL ISSUE Kenprwify in Natural Products Having JUn'onn? a issue. Canada and I nited States Turn Again lo Centnry-old Problem International Waterways. Cheap Living Champion Montreal al present ciuerluinin the nut ion a! champion in the ;u keei'lng the ooit of Hying the person, of. S.-.T. Farusworth, Chicago. to the itemize report of the cost of'Ilvlnj; commissio at Indianapolis, his exjwnses for year totalled only a figure s low as to to first plac Mr. Farnsworth is not here to sho how it done, however, but t advocate a plan for the relief Ot far mers withfimsoldirops on their hands Brazil succeeded ia borrowing to hold an enormous sur plus of coffee, Karnsworth was heard tner scsion will be hem shortly, pro since then when bablv the hitler pan of this month. "e he has I bean cheerfully advocating; a clearing The duel quefjons at rjsiie con- (From Our Own Corrsepcndent) nonirEiil. Xov. in 'viUcr next question of inter- Butlcnnl importance to worry. t'ie minds of lefjis'intors and in tlie United States. Unlike the recent re- ciprocity conflict no general election will be necessary to rencli n tnd. no political will riie or fail on tl-'j result. The quf.ition will be settled fcy the later national Waterways Com- mission, composed of three eminent legal It jilts from this .country and three from the Stains. One meeting has already been hold in Washington tor organization purposes, nnd n fur- ther scsion will be held shortly, pro earn the division of water at Niagara for power purposes by manufacturers and others on both sides of the line, the diversion of the wal-srs St. -Mary's lti.tr. In Alberta, n most in- tricntc smd interesting phase of inter IIIK 01 me uunun crop nations rights, and the damning of is to be accomplished in house system by which unsold crops could be available for cnsh. His plan is that the farmers shall convey to a "clearing'house banK'' their grow ing crops, and make this credit at the bank, subject to check. The financ- ing of the cotton crop in the States the St. fca.ult River m Long Inamier Derision on this last quest ion, is probi'bly the most to tlie ilar to the one Karnsworth so long urged, for the relief of the general far- mer from exactions of the middle- in an and thfl fl.uctuations of specula- Uomiirm us a whole. When Mr. Jas. Uive markets. Each cotton grower W. l.ickey, tiic wattr power expert ,miy deposit his cotton in a warehou-je on statute .ere onforced, SIncr hen the rresm has been county banks, work-.. I i'-.tu prints nnd maps.! Drattic Blue Lawi figur. until today, the j That Montreal, If the blife laws as of both Can- they actually stan'd ntla ilia 1'nl Ml .Suites freely ad- books at present mit Mr. ah 1 liis associates would make eariy New England Sun- r i rd cue b.'.iho most wonder uaya sbcm exciting, IK one surprising If nor. UIG pow-' .'_sult of the effort now going on to tr yrorositioiis in the world determine whether flying ft to be In a o-'crcl, it is proposed to harness classified as a sport, a .pastime, or a the Long gault Hapids, turnluc their demoustratibn. A merry orris. o: wild into beasts war has been raging over thiE point of .Ian fcr the live a- since the promoters of a recent flying development before actual Barnes or 'Contests to whifch velopnitmi inny be commenced, Jan admission is charged, and on this TVhr'n the propoaKiun was first plac- 'point the clergy look their stnnd. The beiovD t! public yonie three or promoters pointed out that the law four years now, considerable op-! was passed in 1SS3, when flying: was position developed on the Canadian unknown, and, imtiiraliy, says nothing moro from sentimentality than concerning it. Mdreoi'jr, they argue, anything Since Mien the public the exhibition is purdy a scientific fcas tad ;m opportunity to study the -.and educational demonstration, and, plans, and is safe to say Uiat today therefore, cn-iirely legal. The matter there is not a town or village between jlias not been yet decided, but the con- Cornwall and Uke Ontario that is not, troversy has served to show thin the favtiraV.y disposed to the Idea. The; public in its iguoranca of the laws de-.'.Io; mciit of this cnormbiiu am- 'commits violations by the thousand omit of wazer power will mean the j'3very Sunday. the lav; frohfbits bringing r0 life of new Industries, playing, and were it rigidly enforced New indut-rics will mean new towns, tin thti respect, it would probably ter- 3101-3 prosperity to the old ones, jtninate not only tlie recrention of Evan the farmers are talking of har- youngsters in the front yards, nursery, vesting User crop by electricity when or barns, hut also deprlvia their sen- iors of Sunday galF, -lennis and other games, giving thfa city Sundays b'iiie, as to make.indigo seem pale i the Long- Eault is completed, b.ut this, of course, must remain talk until science has advunutu ancrcher step Or two. comparison. Cocoa will make this cake just Make the ICING for your Chocolate Cakes with THE TARIFF REFORM IS ADVANCING .Vov. annual. re- port of the UriiT reform association i-asued tpdny declares that within the last year the movement has advanijjd more rapidly than at any other period since the league was formed, and this tmitying proaveBE was greatly assist- ed and accelerated by .ihe American oner of .reciprocity to Canada. The dramatic.-, result of tha Canadian olec-! "Nll'r' lions has removed this menace to the unity of the empire .and has ensured me triumph of the imperial policy. BROKE THROUGH ICE; 4 DROWNED Winnipeg, Nov. riding on a dog-sleigh dvur the ice on NeUley Creek near St. Louis, Man., yester- day four little children, Melvin Mc- Kddir Kirkhcss, Emma Hiittce, t, and Vcraon Arthold broke- Mirotigli the ice and were drowned in nine feet of water. Easily and quickly made this way: Mix one-quarter cup oi FRY'S Cocoa jvith two cups of confectioner's sugar, adding two tablespoons of boiling water or cfeam. Try this once, and you'll want to make icing this way often. supplied by J. S. SONS, Limited, 123 Bannatyne Aye. East, Winnipeg. yV Remember: WiU Do But FRY'S" ESCAPED FROM HOUSE; HAD FEET FROZEN London, Out., Nov. res: nence of W. II. Wyatt, Ixindon town- ship, WHS dastroyetl by fire with tho contents about one o'clock th'.'i morning. The'occupants escaped dur- ing a sno.v storm. Both were In their have when "they left the building and Wyatt hart hii feet frozen. BURN NATIVE CITY OF HANKOW Pckiii, Nov. The Oerman legation today received a wlia- IC3I mMMKe from the vicinity of Hankow, ntallng that the Imperial forces are now burn- in; the native cliy of Hankow. confirms ycster- day's ,1-epoi'i ,thal- the iniparlal troopH mnacacrcd men, women and children .ilurinE Mvcnl K1PP COLLIERY DIRECTOR TALKS n. A. LOVETT, K.C., OF MONTREAL, TELLS ABOUT RECENT TRIP OF INSPECTION (Montreal Witness. .11 r. II. A. Love-It? K. C., returned tots morning from n business trip to Mm Western Provinces. During his he instwcted thi IjethbridRe Col- lieries, Ltd., and other propertes, of H'llich he is president, and it Is need- fiss to say that he was agreeah'Iy sur- prlscj the general air of nctivlty all gf whom interested li'eries supplying the domCBtic coal II the Wf.it. "I have just raid VIr. I0 WitnetB, "and I have l cjipitalists, in coal properties in tile M'est. "We Inspected the .mines tile Westsrn Coal and Coke Co., at Beav- er Cri'Jk. nnd the Kootenuy and AI- oerta Hallway connecting those mines with the Canadian Pacific 'Rail-.vay. We were more than pleased with the progress made at property. Th'a aeam of coal is one of the eraging over 70 feet in thickness, ri.-d of exceptional quality. Over XUO.OOO tons are already blocked out' to the rise, and some tons f.f. on the dump awaitins ehlpmeht. railway coniiactlng the mines with the Canadian Pacific is within ft 'few of and one of -the mc'Jt fertile farming belts In the whole west. "We next went to Letribridge Col- IKrles, where the scam Is twine ir.in- ed at a depth of 600 feet, and we is largely in demand, not only throuffhqiit the West, but fiso in the adjoining northern states of the Am- erican Republic. ,'VWe then drov'j by motor from tethbridge to .McLeod, through the wne.-il country, thus giving us an of the extant of the wheat fleldi ot the which one faijs to gather irom pausing through the country by railway. ''I'tToin .lladeoU we went to Edroon- taji, which ahowB evgry Indication of the rival of Calgary. When in Edmonton two ytears ago, I observed large sections at the west end of the city heinj laid out with through the bush, and I tliought tho city had perhaps eiceed- -the poMlblllty of population for Wveral years to come. 1 fqWnd wjth- iH'the short period of two yenn that tals whole block had been fll'.ed ill) not been there for two yea-a. I was amlncd the plant and the underground vrtth' and further ilellghted 10 note the phenomenal Ce- 1 workings at that mine. 'The pla'til to the west. We vlsliwl 'elopment of --.he' prlncaiMl towns (aid prac-ilcally rompleted, and of "llles. I had huitlnetc in Calgury, wnich you wJll obaerve -ihe cenaus, uas grown (o jtlie best coal mining plants in tlori. The seam is of domestic" ;cosl of the finest chancier, and the mar- net for coal at this mine. well as at the Western Coal and Cokft Co.V oiur Mr. J. N. Onion- shlelrt'.i and Mr. 'Charles. ac- companied me from Montrxil, and we jmlnva, Is more assural, WMt- v.'ero joined at Winnipeg by the. Hon. 'crn Coal Co. stipplylhg the.stelkm ir. Camptcllan4 other men, Col-' wjilln. In Edmonton the St. Albert col- lerlei, situate within sight miles of thi city, at which place shaft'] arc tttTlng put down 300 feet >o a imm of splendid domestic coiil avenging fMt In tklckneu. This mine if nai so' aa Lelbbrldge .Western, the opening, up (of_ the having bevn commipced at a much later date. With a ninrkel. at Us vary door, the-returns from this property when in operation will tabai satisfactory to tnd r "1 .was unavoidably prevented from visiting1 the Pacific Pass coa'l fields, which are ISli miles west from Edmon- ton, ,but .met the superintendent of these minos.'; ami' learned from him tlint construction on thy railway be- ing built -by the Grant! Trunk f'acifio from' its main line to these mines is now being mished, and that notwith- standing 't'lieidin'icurtjr. of dsveloping; me property prior to tho completion of the conipauy in a pc-jition -to deliver' tit tons A day immediately Ihe branch lliio Iji completed. "It Ss concluded Mr. Lqv- ett, "that the.developnient of.the dif- ferentcoal 'pfopefltefl in the west will to proceed with rapidity If tney are to keep pace yith the de- mand vsgijrinij i from Iho phenomenal that' country ami the num- aroua extensions of the railway -em." MEDICINE HAT "j, BUILDING RETUR Medicine Hut, Nov. Hat's permit returns for month of October aggregate a to or as compared with or the same morvth laat year, or increase of 250 per The to lor the year up to. date The total for 1910 lo the end of tober amounted to or an proximate increase of per cent You Are something good If you the-' tor artists sing tlid play. But don't keep on "missing" It. Get wise to the tact that the -Victor Is the great- est musical Instrument Uxla.y..' In hear It. -I MA1ON A RISCH I.M. Demlnlen Bk Phone 711 ONTARIO, Mouth Parguson, Con- aervauve, Kasi. Mason, Con. South .1. H. ,Rcgiin, ;