Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
OiiaMonday, Mrs. Edwards (who is famous 'trade-mark) arrives in Canada. .She is, bringing desiccated Soup all from Ireland'. Edwards'. Soup i.s a thick, nourisliiiigj.streiigtlien- ing soup, prepared from specially selected beef, and the hhLst vegetables that Irish soil can produce. It comes to'you all ready for the "saucepan, -ft sues tune, trouble and expense. 1't costs so little th it eveiyone. can aftprd it. It ..will make you'r dinners far more varied and far easier to prepare, i FDWARDS k DESICCATED Look oiit for aSpecial Offer in the' soon. Edwards' Soup is also an excellent addi'tipn to your, own soups or made dishes. It imparts, strength, nour- ishment', flavour and colour. It improves the skill of those.who mate appetites of those 'who cat. Sc. per packet 11. The Trcyedy of Reciprocity By M. O. Hammond, in Canadian-Magazine i bright morning In .January I us I. to'get ran through President tipns, urpied tho Liberals, an automobilo at "tlio iiliorc- ham Motel In Washington. An omU- Mry from the .State Department, al- Ighlod from -It, and asked for ;Mr. Fielding am! Mr. Taterson. Tlie of Film nee and Cus- toms responded, and uvsre whisked off to tbe White Home. There they re- ceived the formal coiirteBlca the head of one nation pays to distinguished visitors from another. The Minis- i were surrounded by. u battalion of newspaper men'an they emerged 'rom tbe President's office. "We have not a word' as to he prospects for reciprocity. Our i ipii are thtey said. Hoth. parties in our country have struggled to regain access to tho Am- erican, markets over since the abro- gation of the last agrcfniLMit in and now It IH within reach, thought Mr. Fielding tuid .Mr. I'atorson. .The lights shone on beaming faces as the PreHldent and his Canadian guests nil meditated on tlie good news they liad for Ura people whom they re- presented. A. few days passed, with Iltlle leak of tho and on January the Millions of both countries strained their ears for the announcements that to be made simultaneously at the two .Mr. FfcMiiift miido his statement wKbout bravado, but A few hours later the diplomats [with a confidence that lie spoke for rom Can and the United States at ronmi a (able in the State Depart- ment, in a dingy room facing the court vhere e_vui tire sparrows'in tbe eaves scarcely observe tliem. The epresenlulivfs of tho Kepublic -threw neir cards on tlie table at once. wi'l''give you complete free rude between Canada ami the United Secretary Knox. The Canadians were aghast at. the xtent and liberality of the -propos- They'knew from the temper of 16 people at home that no one there all the people. Old politicians and correspondents scarcely believed tlwlr ears. Did Canada pot all this out of Washington? Newspapers in iho dis- tant cities kept their stuffs on hand and issued late special editions, chron- icling as full a Hut of Itwins affected as mcclmiiick'l and telegraphic facil- ities-would .carry. The people were stirrc-il by the biggest political news in a decade. It, was almost too good to be true, said'the Liberals, The country was staggered by the magnitude of the papers da'tceated Soup if taaJe in three ,_ Brown variety is a thick, tiaurisklng soup 'prepared'from best faej ami fr.csh ..vegetables. The other two 'are purely wufi- i.iii.' H ESCOTT COMPANY, WINNIPEG, REPRESENTATIVES. FOR MANL i :TOBA, 'SASKATCHEWAN AND ALBFRTA STIRLING NOTES Slirling Degner. of the Irm'of Miller and Degner; and E. E, representative -of the Ideal I enct Co of on Mou- to' his home 'in Sunnyside, Wash., on H. R, Johnston, of the' Iowa Farm- ing Co.; went to Lethbridge on-Mon- again-on'.Wednesday. Inspector T. B. Redding, of tbe Oc- Mie tenet L'o oi on .MOO- pldmitjil Fire Insurance Co..'.Wn.wani lij secuiU i contract for twenty Man., spent two days here this [liles of fence "to be ".erected next anted frao trade vUh the United j thing. Leading Conservative jiujmi-b tates. The-National Policy in one j said it was too much to refuse. Gov- ernment papers took It for granted it years. It had 'been would pass, pass quickly. Then iii'a day rone thy first faint zephyrs of the storm that was to bring so much havoc to the parties that brought-H about. The farmers' organizations of Canada had aeked for this, the protection on their, products was' removed, would they not want the duties on o'iher things away? Thus. reasoned men who view'the country's welfare only through 'the'smoke of hip factories. This 'will never ,do, they said. There were- otherB.whd saw in this a too great intimacy wrih country iiith- erto hostile in tariff matfara. This will destroy all prospects of an Im- termi-preference, they argued. 'There otc .were still others who had a traditio'n- ,wo 'Jil mistrust of the government of the United States, because of. previous diplomatic entanglements, because of boundary the failure of trengihened in oroa form or another concessions to industries by tbe ery men now in Washing- m .and the people of Canada would ider no circumstances sacrifice the uluutriea HO patently built up in teir developing country. "Our industrial captains may need atching, but we all want them to.re- ain in business so long as they act Irly to the rest of the blight -the Canadian envoys to thein- "No, we cannot go so far as to ae- >pt free they said to the men TOSS the table. "Then, come Jjack tomorrow, and 11 ils how far you can go to promote tier trade relations between the t was the rejoinder, as -the diplomats parted. "''_ night Washington correspond- ents who had friends in tlio State De- partment, heard'vague rumblings .of big' news, but the mouth of every o'ne was closed by mutual agreement. Still, Borneo'ne, heard that "the Can- adians were nearly swept' off 'their reason, that made the success of n clprpclty at" the polls an. curtain n the rising of: tomorrow's sun. How the urgmnenu of. th How could sucl a Mtrklftht. a.njWl in tho pockets o tlio mrmers of (he country fa tnswei M-an-mW und overtoil Dlioakii well for the offunixing tale of' party. From the first they..sought to rally a slum bcring mistrust-'of the United stated which 'unfortunately prevails wlde1> In Thvj relationship of the small bov to'tho big bully tinds here a .addejl to that, ia now '.that Canadians in h prosperity are no more frlendl> elr neighbors than were Hie Un- ted States to tlwm in the first Hugh of; national success.. .It'wns not hard -to guess on which Ide'the cities would be found. That .ndugtrlalisiu was threatened was tlie iTguiuent persistently put forth. "This is but the thin edge of tiro said'the Protectionists, and Ibis found a measure of confirmation when The Grain Growers' Guide of Winnipeg said: "The bfc'iluva; and that once tho bo- gus removed' from the formers, it can never be kept for the manufacturers." Mencu many manu- facturers came to the i-sscue of .Air. Borden by changing from Liberal to Conservative, a good deal of ratification-of previous treaties. Thus two days was a consid- erable bc-Jy of opinion way that me reciprocity ought not to ha enter: Parliament intact, for The forces tee'i by the oxtent bt ihe United lit, while caucus, dellb- Slates' propositions." '-What that was ieratjng.for days nndVdaya. eventnaliy trade in known'for weeks; until President Taft in defending his own action, related how his proposals had sidetracked by a- restriction to what tbe Canadians wou'icl accept. t F'or a fortnight the conferences con- tinued, while, the diplomats indus- announced its unalterable hostility. At-Easter it was .thought the mem- blare of trumpets. Others said they would close their factories if the ag- reement was passed. The cities and towns where industrialism flourished, were thus made solid, with the ex- ception of Montreal, which'remained about as before. The Opposition hop- ed from this fact to secure at least a popular majority against reciprocity, no matter how the members stood, and by that means 'they might (stiff embarrass government; One problem remained, how best to nfluunc'd the farmers. When1 Mr. Borden made his flight across the prairies in July, before an election was assured, lie faced the issue.with sneer courage. He refused to concede an Inch in favor of reciprocity: told the grain growers who had asked for it that he would sooner never lie Pre- mier than support it, and.sought their support on a platform of other bless- M UP ALL HOPE "Froll-a-li.es" my Ule Ku'iitRK X PIHHKX, 1910. 1 1 look uron my recovery's nothing of a inmcle I for eltvui years constantly suffering from Chronic Dyspepsia and 1 was treated by ind the) simply did me no good During the laltrr part of 1113 illneM I wis so Scheme to Turn the Sahara Desert Into .a Great Sea A sennatlon hug been caUMd In 1'arls by the during propoiutl at Pro Tensor FJt.chegoyeii thin th.-it I weighed only 90 pounds, and The doctors gave me up to die as the stomach trouble produced, lltart Wenk- nessinjd twsifrequeiiU} unconscious I who decline! that Fnince I ought to no time Iu com eH in jr. the iff tit, at Sinari Into an Inland soa lie poluti out .tint about a muiLd of ..the deurt swi Iciel, ana that' tho noith coast of Afrlcu, some fifty long which not ureMot in> grvat mechanical dlfflcultiei, iu ill that would bo requlred-to :creatt an ocein about Half the of iterraiiean. The cousociuence of this enilneer g he dcclaicR would U4 glgan i He the uid regions aui- rouudins the deseit uid -thowe i of the Sahara, which are above: the liMel of thp (sen1 would be rendered as I lei tile as Europe, since the present sterility Is no fault ot the caused soleb b> a lack of Mater .Millions of human beings lend a miswrdbie existence, on verge of starvation could themselves. 111 cotufoit V new me to irj Printline: When I camiot be, cxnggCTated, had taken one boi, I was much better j could be added to' nud after three boxes, I j sions. A Heet of stesmshipa-would well again, and hail guineil 20 pounds the Sett ot Sahaia thvj depth 1 have taken 13 holes ill all and now reigll 150 pounds and am Madame ARTHUR TOUR.YNCEAU "r-'ruit-a-tives" is.the only medicine of lAotild fiom ten (o faithoins, ind produce a flourish nig traffic hetuiseii and the world made' of intensified fniit j French 'West Africa, uices ,and cures Indigestion 5oc, a box, 6 for or trial size, sjsc. At all or from Fruit- a-tivcs Limited, Ottuwa. y Jtsreement by tlie United States. The rnoBt remarkable rebult'of all would be the alteration ot -the climate, whole of lav arms temyeiature to that ot Na- tal, and thus enhancing its as ji colony for Bufcrpmiis. ings for tlva West. When he came back, people said he had wasted his time, r Results on September 21st, snowed little change either way in the. prairie constituencies. Tli'i West lieing the local politicians during the campaign, -the Opposition leafier concentrated his fire on Ontario and the Maritime Pro- vinces, where the farmers weve sup- id the enactment of the Dinglcy and The piofessors astonishing Hcheme cKinley hills in the nineties, with of course., has provoked niuch com- asiiltant disaster to Canadian indus- j ment, anil objections are 'In higher 'politics "the United i Any tampering with the.weather con- s Senate had been for years the ilitions of Africa, say metebroloiicHl. graveyard of.hopes for arbitration and experts, would affect of .Europe, other measures of good-win, the echo If tropical Africa becomea'temperate, ot jingoism towards Britain and Can- j Europe would become Arctic, and all nda. Then csim'3 expressions from nicture-is drawn ot England, leaders at Washington in their excess Helgium and Denmark lying under of zeal to promote Iho very reciprocity i several feet of snow, and tlrair lllhab- measure Itself. Champ Clark, the I Hants Either emigrating'in, a body leading .Democrat, inclined tomboy-1 (0 niilder countries, or being forced antly the American ting from the the lives of Greenland Eski- Grnnile to the North 1'ole and But the most striking reason dent Taft, in eUiemity urging his pet glven for the great fleaert a- measure when its future soen.Bil dark- ja that hy the displacement oi est, said Canada was "at the parting ao many billions of Ions of water, tee of the and the United States equilibrium ot tho earth would be dis- would hear -conclusively from i Posed to want reciprocity for mat'ar- ,the folks at honie.ho'w .the pact reasons, and upon Quebec, where regarded. Wlran thpy relumed each the defection of the Nationalists, 1111- slde scorned lo have., heard what Henri Bourassn, in opirasiiion to wanted to hear, and the deadlock j 'he navy, threatened to break down that was feared .soon developed. Sir [the Lanrier domination. The fai'tiire slioulil act before this country became turned, and that the engineer who firmly attached In trade mailers to (undertook the task of adding a new to the map would be cursed' by IL'o mother All ill is wus fuel to the flames set humanity likethe hero ot one of Jules joing by Mr. Harden and Ilia mar- shals. Suspicion of tho Unitcil -States ami fear of annexa'i'ion 'became rhe clilef arguments of the Opposition. Verne's romances for: having altered ,the globe's axis. Savants', however, consider that thews objections are exaggerated, andT Farmers readily see the ad- sgo of this ..particular fence as ;i n c tnt itlve ioMnut; weeda mt the spread of Ren Pengnlh made a .business trip to Lcrhbridge on Tuesday. M I tirqnn Ins been' here for A. Hulbert, piano tuner, of Leth- bridge, spent Wednesday here; do jug' work in both the old" and'new town. He'WHS accompanied by Berg'ElIinK- fjon. Owiug to i.Iie cold M'eather and snow vhreshing operations have been.com- triously prepared a list of iieins, most-j Wilfrid Lanrier adjourned Parliament jor Mr- Borden to repudiate the antii ly of natural products .upon which an jfcr the Coronation, after weeks of fit- 'agreement was at length signed for j-cile speech-making. Conditions were removal or 'lowering of duties. .Bach I no better on his return in July, and a side left the treaty room with the pro- mise to do their trUnost to secure, early ratification of. lira agreemeiit, firm confidence that it could the last two overseeing the iileted suspendedr" It .is- estimated of his wheat crop, returned that not more than one third of'the crop has been threshed. A number the opinion that if there is not a.'favorable change in tho weather the remainder will not be threshed until nexl spring. ,T. R. Revlll, manager-at Lethbridge, and W. H. Scott, provincial of tlie Northern Life Assurance Co., of London, spent a day here. J. W. Sykes received a shipment of Chatham s-epamtors from Winnipeg this week. THE BEST REMEDY ForWomen-Lydia E, Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound was so weak mi worn out from a female weakness h it 11 oiu luded to Lydia E. Pink- h mi's Compouiid. 1 took several bottles of it UK! ned si length rapidly tint it weihGd to niMkeanew woman of me. loan clous The coal famine Is being felt In this i considerably, A car of coal! 'lhe nrrivcd from Wyoming on Thursday I bliltes for Bishop Fawns, which.was disposed and be easily done. And.yet today, because of that ag- reement, the Liberal government of Canada lies .a shattered wreck, and President Taft has split his party in twain, lias incurred ttia enmity of the Progressive Republicans, and oC many of the stand-patters, a condition which may lead to his own .defeat next year. Was ever a subject short of war. fraught with so much dynamite to pol- itical parties? When Mr. Taft held out tlie olive branch In larlff to Canada n March, 1910, by obviating the mjiximum United we-ek'g further obstruction and iuac- .tiou 1'orced the ilisaoiutioi'i, is the extreme measure a j Parlia- nientary crisis. Thus we find tho Conservative party deliberately forcing appeal to tlva country qn reciprocity '.and the Laur- ier. government deliberately Ing the issue, 'it was a stand-up fight. .There, wei'i waverers here and there, but the public utterances of both part- ies were a merry welcome to the war- fare. If anything, the Liberals were more cheerful. "When the Conservatives forced au election on tlie reciprocity said Sir Wilfrid Laurier, at Sudbury, .'I said to myself, 'Surely the Lord is good unto Mis own, for He lias deliv- ered miii'a enemies into hands.'" British sentiments of the Uourassa wing. in Quebec left him open to the clmrgo that he wanted office at the sacrifice oC iifij-Ioiml harmony. Only tlie success at 'die pollr. that gives him a majority irrespective of the Nation- alists, justifies his position .and pro; inises well for the suppression oC raqe and creed strife. There was stflj the Ontario farmer lo be cared for, and the plans for -this were well laid. The Province has an underlying <-enUnient inherited from The little Northern brother would be the Frcndb are Vejoicing in the mag- swallowed iii) by the greedy old viper: nlficant Idea originalcd in the cpuii- to the south. The captuure of Cuba try tlie Suez and Pa- Empire Loyalist, days. This of In a few houra. ng concessions by this country, ivas thought a new era had dawned. He announced that laler he would.ap- proach the Canadian government with proposals for greater freedom, of trade. He implemented his promise by fending envoys to Ottawa In No- vembsr. when the ground was pie- pored for later action. When at the close of the January conferences, the diplomats met round the White'House banqu'at iable there was an air of el- ation, a thought that a great stop for of. getting some game, ami "H International tra'10 wl" though llicy report some goo'il luck, Deon token. NEW DAYTON NEWS New IJayton, Novr Momjay cycnifig a jovial little tlauce was held in lhe. club-house ami everyone rcr ports a very enjoyahlc tiiiie. A partv. of'gowc hunters., from Lelhhriilge camped out from lUonrlay until Wcilncsday with the we will ''have to he shown." and Mrs. J. E. Kcslcr anil son Alison, left Wednesday to spend the J" riny that I made-up T- Cousins has been absent a my mind to take couple of days, taking his father, Mr. your medicine fur female lid I am exceedingly gnifef ul to you for as Icertniuly profited give you permission to Mblisli any. t-ime you Irs. AuiEitT WickB'rK Intano, Caiiiula. Bolluvillc. !mt tliero rdiriedy 'known it medicine tlml will cure fama'to wcak- Simula] Cousins, to-tlie (lalt Hospi- lal, where the bust' -uitirtical trent- inrnl, wilfbe prncurcil for Lt'-thhi-idgo visitors tin's week were: 0. If. Morclawl, R. K. Watkins, iMr. iintl Airs. A. K'ossicf, Mr. .J'. man, K. L. Craig, GT .0. McDoinild.' u. Rlsingcr is_ rnportcd ry ill. Galbrailh has.' been "The Noveml.'ar elections plainly showed that our people want cheaper food, and now they will have a chance lirougii Mie.Gliaiipoof I-ife ajj Lydia K. Consulted and Iipr nitiny- frinnds en made lout a in rom native roots and jierb's. l-'or1 30 yeara Jt lias curing" vomcn from the forms nf.feinnle lls iiilhiiiiumtfop., numeration, dis- Iiiccinoril-s, llbrokl Itimors. irregulsri-. periodic jmins, backiiotie, and i'yoiis.prostration. ft'you writr M t is hl h bopcs spffiHv.ro- covcrv. Aid Soriety.will with' Mrs. .1. at tln-.Xew Daylon Hotel on Saturilay, 1'hij for. -tJlti- bank liuvc arrived arid will" rush'-'' ihuj slalT jirc ti) gel. into, their 'JUMV iiiiarifirs. at .least did not seem an exaggera- tion. Here WIIB 'a jiblicy that, for al- most fifty yours li.'ui been advocated by both parMcs. Sir .John Mncdonahl, Brown, Sir Charles Tupper, Ai'3xaiHler_. Mackeiuie; Sir Wilfrid Uturipr'himKulf, hiid.ajl been pjirlies to pllsrimayes to WashfngtoiV to seek better: trade relations.'In after Sir said: "j have jfono lo for l.iie Isst tiniu. Tlie next timq. Washington Will cnino to us." And Washington come. Mr. Taft had buried the iwifit; he had sent bis envoys right to tho Canadian captain, he had called (in extra ssBaion in April, aiui forced iyss io pass reciprocity in July, largely against the will of the Sftiiile, be liitd incurred the i'. I-will ot tlie entire of northern States -jrlleimbliojui Siales, too. .Surerly, no OTi'a con id do more. Camilla had ask- Rd for' Jn the past und been rehised. the United States asked for it, and surely Canada would not reJBct what it had hhvays sought. Pi'oductiort in Canada was rawidly ov- ertaking tbe capacity of the available nurk'ats for natural products. Con- aiimpllon in the United States WHS production of food. had been demanded by the farmers. The agricultural classes needed 'iho markets. '._ Prices were Khown by government reports to be ilglier on-most products across the hie. The tbe ftsher- lien wanlwl access large con- Hiimiiig populations-'-ofv Kastflni' slates, Here economic sentiment carries with it some of the hatreds of the llevo'iirlion, with additions from the War of 1812. and the Fenian Haiil of 1806. In. tariff m'att'ors alone there were memories of the abrogation of the last reciproc- Tare's SoBftthiig Wrong, Or. Morsi's Ifiilian Rotft Pliis Will Riglil It When it H if you limply could not bear up any longer it ii high time to look for cause of the trouble the remedy. In an astonishingly large number cases the real cause of woman'i is found to be cons- tipation, tnd the remedy that ahvayi cures is Dr. Morst'i hditn Pills. Neglect of the daily movement of the howeli, so necessary to health, soon poisoru the whole lystem from the impurities retained in the body. Hc.adachcs, indigestion, biliousness anH lassitude follow, wid often more serious female diiorderi tre brought OB Dr. Morw'i Indian Root Pills not only regulate the bowels, but they itimulitc kidneyi and skin.w well to throw oflT waste matter and purify the blood. The result u quickly apparent in the disappearance headaches and biiiouiicss, tlie return of health and vigor. Thousand! of women all over the Vforld owe their present good health to Dr. Mtrst't Indian Rest Pjlfi. Made by W. H. Irockrille, Ont., ind wM til dealers M Ijc boi, ami the Philippines was a horrible example, altliougb the freedom after- wards ex'teiwled to Cuba and which is under promise to .the Philippines was entirely ignored. Mr. Borden told bis Toronto audience: "ThcE'a international agreements are terribly binding-, and 1 say it is abso- lutely better iiv the interests oE good relaiions that each country should re- tain full control ot its own fiscal aC- fairs." Flags were distributed to the audi- ences at the Opposition leader's meet- ings and if any invading army had been at our very patriotic fervor cou'kl 'nc-t have been much greater. "A. 'iittle flag waving has saved many a noor sayK George M. i Cohan, American actor, who' ought to know. A lot, of flag waving in the Canadian elect ions overcame economic arguments by the Liberals, which most peoplo never really understood. This appeal -to ''higher national con- siderations" made .everywhere by "Mr. lloivlen was direct, and in Ontario, it Tell on fertile soil, watered hy tears and years of silent apprehension of mini a Canals Whitia, Nov. 9. The .Women's (JluisUan Temperance Union held a' parlor meeting in the -church _on Tuesday, Nov. ?th. ConKitiering the cold, weather, there was a good attendance. Two interesting features of the meeting were, Miss Miss Annie Carson's'report from the Conference at Calgarj, and Mrs. --K. A. Hutchinson's paper on "Temper- ance." Lunch was served al -l.Sfl' p.m. Rev. 'Air. Young, the new min- Istcr, was present. PROMINENT RAILROAD MAN iyd States borne of jiaat af- it came when Canada rwas the Un ironts. prosperqus and people were averse, to on experiihenls. ''Let wel enough alonvj" was an Insidious if an unambitious cry. In time of finan- cial distress reciprocity as now offer would have appealed almost irre- sistibly to the Province of Alberta, which has overwhelmed It. Conaerva- lives weis stampeded by the fear of annexation; Uherala by the feeling that fiscal experiments were unwiae anil unnecessary, arrival a from Ui'ifain M'ilh as yet. no party n Ail tat. ions, thouglit Imperla'1 relation- ships were threatened. The Uuirier gnvevnment that se- renely dissolved (he Mouse on July 201 h with n majority' of forty-threw liclilnd them, cuine bade on Sept. '21 wi'th eight minlatore defeated, the country swept by R. .Ilorden with n following thnt could scarcely believe STRONGLY ADVISES HIS r TRY GIM PILLS FOR THE KIDNEYS "I been a Fullmin Cottdnctoroa the C- P. R. and Michigan Central during the last three years. About four years aco. I was up with J 1 tried to nriuate, I treated witli my, family physician for two months for gravel m the bladder but did not receive any benefit.. that time, I met another railroad man" who had been similarly affected and .who had beta cured by visiting Gin Pills, after and ill-atlvlsertly in refusing to fnclli- .HieresuUtliatUicpaliiRlcft.ueent.relr.' into nn (novHiiMj- vxpaiulinK trade PRANK S. IDK, K. Y. 5OC- box, 6 for Sample free. now i-fincliltiB over a million dollors I a ,nrt ,n.d. oinic error in defcalinp reciprocity, can .hoy In B nrtimier peculiar to linmairiiKUiTC. WVER I'ms, jjc. a box.