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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 5 I Monilny, 0, THE DAtLY HEItAI.n MAJESTIC THEATRE W. U. SHERMAN, Manager. Phong Ml. ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, November 9 FRANK GOTCH Champion Wrettler-alio MAHMOUT Thi Terrible Turk 75c Gallery SQc MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. PHONB One Night Only Saturday, November llth Return Engagement of the Famous Musical Comedy Madame Sherry Great Reduction in Gal- lery Plan of Seats Page 7 CALLS IT DOOM LOST 45 POUNDS IN WEIGHT OF FREE TRADE Canada's Decision to Re- ject the Reciprocity Agreement London, .Nov. at Alan- :mirchlll saw In (he result of the i.'Biuidfan elections llio doelro of Ilia; colony to further tho eauuo of homu HOW WEIGHS 125 POUNDS, THANKS TO "FRUIT-A-TIVES" PAANTAGI-NKT, O.XT. Jan. gist. 1910, "About March ist. -was taken deathly sicli wilh Liver Congestion and Stomach Trouble-.. J fulled from 125 pounds to So pounds ami was confined lo bed for eight wcchs. Tlie doctors said they could dp nothing for me, uud as a last resort, one of told rulu for lifeland. but his own personal 1 if they would uxnurlonco In Canada suggested three explanations of that ;iston-1 niinj -result. j that tho Canadian. neopio ?re cUMonninod not TO be diawn into tut; American orbit; secoiKl, thaj ument. really Imd a great doal (o do] with all Uie dosirn of llic majority of Canadinntj maintain ex- i 'Bung relations with the mother toim third; Unit Canadians at tli present time wrfi determined to hfiv lorning to do with anything approach rig free trade (cheers) for they had 'oservcd too closely sonic of the IT suits of free trade In Groat Uritain. in its result Una Canadians efieclioiu about tho biggest sol nat had ever taken place in the his ory of polities. H was )i gigantic sol or American politicians but an ovsm not cure me, nothing would. Wv hmbaml bought lives" and inside of ten days, I was able to leave my bed. Mj stomach got strong and I could eat aud retain my food.. Today, 1 weifih 175 .MaiB.LAUUBNt CADIEUX. Sac, a box, fi for 01 trir.1 size, zjc. iTuH-a-t'V" Limited, Ottawa, ,rcator soil for the British govern- which -behind the scenes had aken part in f.he election. It would v.ver be forgiven Premier Asciuith iiai: he tnsod. one of Uie niost ilslgrace- 111 statements which ever crossed the ps of a British prime minister when e said they were celebrating the ob- 3 Magnificent Production erjuie's of what used -to be called im- preference. Ail he, Newton, bad to say was mat if they 'we 1-3 any obsequies at ail they were those of free trade. JOHN HERRON OFF TO OTTAWA PSICANDDRAMA FIDELIO) Majestic Stock Co, to Open 'Nov. 16 Jnttead of Today uwlng to the. larg'i business being none by the Majestic Stock at Edmon- ton, the company has decided to play there an extra week, therefore they will hot'apjAJflr tonight as advertised, mjt wfil play here Nov. 1C. "From Foe to Richllieu" at Starland 1 Tonight VKrpin Foe to Rich Hi en" is the big attraction at Slarland today and (Special lo the who attended .the mntinee this menioon claim this -jet of pictures .0 ta the best, ever shown in tiie city. nils historical play was written by J. Bourgeus and, the scenes took place uurms-the reign of King Louis XIII. L stands a'ione in. gorgeousness, lav- sttneEO and bewildering beauty. The rtjsts apr.'-ar In Its various scenos in ostly costumes amid the most expen- iye stage settings. The details have teen merit cleverly arranged and car- j ried out and much must have ;j neon taken with rehearsals to give i perfect production. Thousands WILL CONNECT C.N.R.' WITH COAST Contract Awarded Fo the Connecting Railway Activity in B. C. Vancouver, H. C., Nov. one of lilt! last links iti the Trnuscon lincuta! line of the Canadian North rn, is the lluit will conirdn I'v.'uhy Bros. Co. of fiuihvavj Con tractors, when they start up on Uici work of constructing a one stretch up north, aJong I'hompsim Hivpt Valley. Work "f, an expenditure qf nearly five rail- ion dollars, contract for winch has ITU avarriril to Twnhy IJros. Co. of 'ortluml, will commence early next N'o tinie as yet ecu aiiiiouncecl for .its completion, n.xt-.above Kninloopc, tile railway (instructors will begin work that liring closer together eastern and eucis of the Canadian Nortli- rn. lioherl E. Twphy, representing lie 1'orlland firm, has signed papers illi local representatives of the Cait- adi.Ti! Construction Company and ex- pressed himself highly the Brit- ish Columbia' railroad activity. "There Is probably more railroad building going on in British Columbia right now than in any other part of the Dominion or the. United Stales for that said Mr. Twohy. "H'e shall begin active construction work on our new contracts next spring and complete work as soon Leihbridge November, to infot in the public that I have removed my Undertaking Parlors to more convenient and commodious -premises at the cor- ner of 4th Avenue and 6th Street South, (Opp: Court All work will receive wnal Attention T. S FETTERLEY 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. ALL IS QUIET AT FERNIE.B.C. TODAY-, Feinle. B C As of Hie riotous proceedings of evening here, when', the Creek train cams the man nho -ad been working in the mines, araonj? nossmlo. Plans call for one hundred were four colored men, t meet miles of road beginning about fitly .Inn of citizen! the police tat held lo the city miles above KanilpopB up north alont er 111.: Thompson River Vallcv When "fternoon to HVIM as chain of the will Chief Campbell of VIctoHa be practically'-completed.'" Complexion Of all the skin beintifleu we had in our store there U none that we rail iccominend more highly thib ihe D. D. D. Prescript ion. D D D is such a logical remed) for all kinds of akin trouble and no qcien- ilfiealh Lompouuded that it clears im the complexion over night. D. D. 19 most widely known us oEt reliable treatment for Eczema, 3ut it has found for all, kinds of minor akin trattbiti do not hesitate to ODD our special recommendatfoa. In'fact, we are convinced that D D D' will relief that no other remedy can Sfinijiu and M.irvclloitA Sl.igc Craft. FK03I Historical Play Written fly -_____0. liourgcous t pfciiliui ni iind mou.l .-'reiiofli HOK in Ilip ilirilliiiy ciidiiijj o! Couni Do Lovmoy and i: way to he rccomyciiticil for the arduous- which he has-kept Uie principles of the Conservative party, bcfori; the electorate of tliis iiding. since entering public life. Mr. HIHTCII'S friends "-and admirers -are by no means confined to party for he lias hundreds of friends among the Liberals who, while at outs .with him on political questions, entertain For 'him personally the gieatcst, miration anil respect. One or two have hinted at the possible elevation of Mr. Hftrron to the senate, but that imy he nil goo.sc talk, in any evepl iomcthing, it is snpposc'U, willevc-n- tuate from the result of his viaii; to '.he capital, ami as before iiitimatml, i.ho Liberals here will rejoice in -an equal measisre with (lit) C'onservativea our cx-mcmhur he handed out hing worth while by the govern- ment he has so long sought to trench in power.at Ottawa. of this production lies in the inrllHng ending of the lives of Count ne boiivingy and Richilieu, and the tmal scene where the Duchess kills uount'de is the finest in uie, whole play. Three thousand feel in length, hand colored, intensely jjealing, jns'tructive and 'in every way qeiightfui, this superb attraction will (iraw-'large crowds at Starland tonight uud tomoiTow. Three Ecok, inslrncLivc iind in oven SEE IT! ih-liglitlni. '.SEE IT! COMIXG! "Tlie CniKiiders" A 1'iodnctioii. MOVING I PICTURES. .ADVANCED STOP! 1 The White Squaw A bcaulilul Indian Slorj (Piitlie) 2 Sunshine and Shadow Atilon ill (hcRoulh i 3 The Manicure Lady i i ioh (piuocU (ho Biograph ______________________________ _ _ _ _ _ ________ V _____________________ THE 1 AMrLY TIIEATRK DOORS OPEN 7 P. M. PRICES 10 LOCAL BUDGET W. McD. Tail, the Herald's ropre.' tentative for the A. II. and I. lines, lea this afternoon for Edmonton, wnere he will act'as official at the .Provincial Sumla3' School Cpn- I'cnrion. _ and Mrs. All-en Jack are rejolc- inj; over the gift of a twelve pound utuigliter. LEWIS VIEW HARCOURT'S J-pntlon, Nov. Lewis Jlar- Colonial -Secretary, speaking to nis fonstitnents at FTnsliiigflon, Lan- said that Canada had no hi- t-enuoii, of varying- the IKyTerence to' our mutmii advantage, she iiad oi'fcred British trade. The reci- procity 'nygotia-iions with the United istates wevo In no way connected with ine fact that Hie .Mother Country felt lierself njiable in the interests of her own population, to givia reci- ijracal advantages which could only ue al'i'OTded hy taking raw materlnj ind food-." The abiindonmciH of reci- iirocity did not mean or entail the enlargement of Canadian preference Britain, nor any revival of -ihe re- mest of fiscal changes by the Tilc-tli- er'Conntry, which its. people had do- ib'srately.and repeatedly decided they were unahle to afford. BERESFORD'S BOOK RECALLED present. and a Committee of citizens was appointed to adviie-and with Hie police, in of need. The three colored men were pl.iced In jail for protection, are still In cuatodj Tile met) fled huve not 'been heard trom Everything Surely If joii hate any ikin troublt ijou should gne D D D Prescription ,IBO 11 trljl Dont delaj foi If not promptlv checked, minor skin trouble! often lelop Into serious dloeaie, difficult even for D. D. D. to cure. Better drop into our store anyway and get [ranted on this wonderful remedj Ask also about ODD Soap s quiel this morning )t be lleved that the 'pretence of a large j addition to tho prouncial police force Or Ihe D D D Laboratonei e crowd and tha Noiidan, .Xov 6. Loid Charles cresroid'.s hook on naval policy anil administration, since has heen Iments are being entirely iuddi-nly and no lull m the ligHance of the under tho direction of Chief Camp bell, will have a salutary effect upon Either disorders ar-ange received review copies have been qnestud to .return them. In "and out parliament Lor. diaries Ucresfdril has been one of I he most cITcctjvc critics of llic changes in the naval policv inaiigiiral- under Uie administration of .Sir lolm Pfsher, and liis outspoken ar- aignmciit 01 his, superiors Imalh rc- snlluil in his retirciiKiit rom active service. His jiopk: nw- suppressnil was cxpeclsil nlcresting siaelights on this ontvoversv. officers will occur! Glass of Macleod Wins a Thousand Dollars MARKETS Birkenhead Live Stock wvoi-iwol. Nov. RoKei-s Uverjiool, report today that. tnough the (Iciiiand was small fn the number of cuttle for sale B-ero n weaken ITALY TAKES OVER TRIPOLI Rome, Noi Bmuwn lei has signed a decree declaring Tup- M and Cyrenacia, 'placed under; the anj ent.ire of Italy" Tlie decree'willbe submitted fcTPar linment for traiiBfoimation into It vsemi-officially announced that no lice lius. been sent to Italian am bassadors abroad of the comm Vnication to the powers aa EnflowB "Tlie occupation or the piiqcipal towns of Tripoli and Grenada com hiifcd with tne continued success of our srms and thr enormbm forces liave concentiated fhere thfe .id ditions we are preparing to send, ten der any further resistance upon hitter which Is so Inialuihle in keeping th skin in healthy condition Dept L H 41 Colborne St, Toronto' for i free trial bottle In cither cue don't put it off, but act at once Tackson fe Cope, Drugglnti, bridge, Mta MEED STREET EXTENSION ARBITRATION m Reed S reel extension arbi iration proceedings which re- sumed todas, C B BOB man wai ined this luo-inmg to expert tostimonj The counsel nddresr il ludjo HintPr, and It li expected nat H deci ion will be dovn Eonie time, today last .quoted held firui.; States steers II Kin 'tliev sij' It's bnt if Ml! "they sny' they saw It'com ng! aim py royal decree Tripoli (Cyreiiacia have been detlnitely and GRAIN MARKETS (Cyr'eiiacla have been detlnitely am Winnipeg, Man., Nov. irrevocably placed In the fnlL.and en wbcat'opened 93 1--J, clofc-ed ,98 1-S; No- sovereignty of .Italy miner opened closed 90 3-4; .solution adopted fa> UB Ig the December opened 9S 1-1, closed 97 affording a definite sife Iliiy, old. opened'OS, closed 97 3-S. Buard'pf the interests of Italj, am] opened 40 1-4, closed 39 and Turkey herself J7-8; Is'oyember opened 38 1-i, closed December opened 41 1-S, closed 40 7-S, opened 194, clos- ed 183 1-2; December opened 189, closed )8S. i .WINNIPEG Norlbei-n .98 1-3, .2 Northern 1-2, o Nor6iern !ll Vork ,Nov. li. Canada is well represented at the first great land snow -in the Madison Sfiuaro Garden which is attracting thousands 01 visitors. The British Columbia government have a suisndld exhibit of 100 varieties of potatoes under the direction of II. 0. Stewart Wade, of Now Westminster, and A'. S. Smith. e Known "potato lirit. isn Columbia. They won the Stillwel) 5IUOO cup offered for the best pota- toes grown in America. The Qkanagan and Kootenay are competing for the app'te prizes, vvifh magnificent specimens of all the well I Known varioiies, Including punna. Lirange Pippins, ..Banana and scores or other varieties. 'I'he Central Albertji 'Dc.volopmenl League of Rdmonton have spivmdid ex-mints under the direction of .1. L. JJcrt of 'the grains, grass and vegc- ififoles, minerals, etc; The irrigation department of th BUILE ING NEW BRIDGES OVER THE OLD MAN RIVER Creek, Nov. 'Echo have tipa'rert no cxpcnep 3-8; TO illustrate irrigation farming, and also have n splendid sample of grains, grasses and vegetables. .I.'G'iass, of Aiwcliiod, won thi MiauglmesKy prfzo- ?1000 in gold for me best 100 pounds of wheat. He against f.he world. A Hos- liicrii, Saslt., farnver took tho seconti 1-2, No. 4 S3 1-2, 5 76, No. 6. says: Thpre has been' considerable Feed 66 l'-2. 3 C. 3S, E'x-1 wonderment, durlnj the j 1st tra No. 1 Feed 38 1-4, No. 1 Feed 37, months as to why the Canadian Pacific No. 2 Feed 3 has suspended work on'the new wood- jected 1-2, Feed 51.' 'en bridges which they iiad nndertak- American Wheat Jen to "construct aUHrpcket and .over MI.N'NEAPOIJSr-Decembor .opened tllc Old Man river at the 3oillJi Fork 104 3-8. closed 102 7-8; May oiiened the latter point tho attua1 woik of S-8, closed 107 3-S; July opeiied had not been commenced, closed. 108 1-2. 'Ithougb most of the the ground; bnt at Brocket the !en bridge was more than half Canadian Pacific Hallway have opened 94 1-2, (was on pi the mosl aitistic booths in the rclosed 92 7-8: May opened 100 1-2, eln> [wooden uolttcn SpyB, Newton Pipplna, Coxji'rtzo, .TO RAISE TIMOTHY SEEP Maldstone, Minn., Nov. Jonnion lecvited ihoiimuil ami ninety-two dolliri here Hilnrdiv for one load of timothy' need, which ho nail raised on liki furm. isltev; ir.d'cure of Ilia They re-inforce the stomach by supplying ths activa prlnciple.i needed (or ilie dlgssilon of ail kinds, of food. Try after etch meal. We. If your druggist has not ftockfd ih-m yti, tend aOc. and m-i rn-IH mall you box. ml CwiwU, UHGANI2E BOWLING ,Iuly opened fia, closed fomploted when orders >vcre .-Issued from headquarters'stopping-the work! Tho reason Is now 'mudo clear 'b.v the fact, that the C. P. R. UIM'decided to put in new steel at" the LEAGUE TONIGHT All howfors wi-jhing lahc jiart In n bowling league- should be on band at eight o'clock evening n( tlie uominlon alloys. There are already in thy neighborhood of twenty-five name's on tho list, inid tonight it will no decided how many teams will com- jjso tlio'''league. There will be OH im-klng ron- between (i, K. (prtm and le picked from .of the In niatlnnal Harvester f'n. and Lailiois n tin; uity. Tho iwaius arc: C'. 0. K.: iniltliwiiitc. captain, Sinclair. .Veldla. tclsey and Evans, l.u'.hf'r.i: I'tiMoy, Moore, Seldciibeolinr, fiiptaln, .1, and Jones. r points named. A SINK "f iuen IiT3 already done-a good deal of preliminary work at the Houtli Fork and work on Brocket bridge wiil also be undertaken forth- with. contract for supplying cejnent for thfl piers of both thesu bridfioa has beon awarded to the Kocky 'Mountain Coincnt Company at Blairniorc, it Is expected (ho work of building i piers will be coiniileied diirina the eoiiilny lii.'Hi! pfi-ra sire till of faiiiilOfrttbk Mgtit. Shihh'tCure xioiifl (OLD THE MERCURY The i Irlit system of Hot ler Heating will save a constant appeal to the con- stant worry about- tempem- ture. Dociue where yo.u want the mercury AND KEEP, IT THERE. ;A steady temperature steady temper, steady neryei, nnd norrral health These all assured when you put In Hot Water Boiler our .new heating ideal application .of a practical idea. The specific; points of excel- lence lie in the improved 'fire travel.' Every ounce of energy' is taken out of the loft for'the chimney. the straight-wall constr.uct.ion of the ftrc-hox Is another point, of economy, t No dead clinkers to help, damp the firn or stop the water from heating1. Those boil- ers-are'the only, ones put to- gether with Uie push nipple; with this joint tlie boiler can easily ha sot up and will NBVER I.KAK. us DKiil il- liisli'iifcd hook ou "Homing II i title.' hi Hock a com- plete line of plumbing mattriJi. Ciljury. Edmonton. LETHBRIOT.E. ;