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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, 21, 11HJ. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A Tea of Individuality Blue Hlbbon Tot Individuality own. No tea like it not only iu flavor but in its strengtlr. It suits nil If anyone finds Blue Ribbon IB not superior .to the tea formerly used, all that is necessary is lo return the packet and have tho money refunded. Buy a packet. Your grocer has it or will gladly It to fill your order. ugh Gothic Attacks BLACK Hie haady paste "in tbe big can. No no hard work to tiHngrthv polish. A few light rubs doe.i the the big makes Ulick Knight the cbcapest good Move poluth on tbe market. -If. vpur denier doer, not carry "lllacl: Knight" Stove Foliih, send us his name and loe. 'and we will lend a full itze tin by return mail. e] PINCHER C4TY IS LIVE LITTLE TOWN Pincher City, Nov. 21. Everybody welcomes the warm weather bach again, except -the coal dealers, who are partial to cool woatherf Sunny Southern Alberta is a very appropriate name for this part of Al- berta these fine warm sunny days. Poetmaster Morgan wife have jusf. returned from.a -trip to Bowden, Mr. Morgun tmn- sacting somt liuslness for the past ten days. Mrs. Morgan is not inclin- ed io recomnwmd the north country to her friends as a pleasant winter re- sort. A. C. Franklin, manager of the Mer- chants Bank hero, returned from a trip to Lethbrldge he spent Sunday -with friends. Work OH-the Beaver Ocek railway which has been at ft BtandBtlll a few days on account of the bad weather, will be resumed at once rf the fine" weather continues. Aif. Cook's name is heing mention- ed us a good man for magistrate for Pincher City.' Everybody is of the opinion -that, Mr. Cook will perform duties of the office a stem and dignified manner as he is not at till chicken -hearted. I. R Pfckett, of the mercantile firm of-Walsh, Co., intends leaving in a short time on a business trip to Courtenay, North Dakota. Ho jwnoy antoists, almost upset, ,1. xellle Reynolds, postmiatresa, (T. Mclntoih, Liberal' canduiate in .reports the poat office business in- Wellington the other night. rapidly. A. wry niail It is raported that the handled at this office. The business firms rtt Pincher City are complaining loudly the fact Mtktfiof Uie NEWS FROM THE OLD HOME Tho Kapilsts of London cons'ul- two new churches in the near future, nni; in. the nort-li-cast 0'iu in t.he south-east section. Fence rails, placed across the road I hr.'dgR from Btidgcburg to Buffalo .will he- douhlc-tracVcd in ftho spring, CBtiniatcd cost.of G.' of C'an- fltlinn immigration agencies in the I1. S.t iiniievcs; Lhat'thc dfiffcat of reci- procity will tiring more settlers Isere. H is liiidsrsiood thai; the Niagara, ('atharines Toronto railway will "curly 'next'vcar. extend its line from Port Colhorne to Fort Erie, nrl Erom that place to Niagara Kails. Harry Eoumcr hanfc manager vt St. .John, N.H.; arrested in New lYork, lias Iwwi for. trial for. embezzlement. The extradition war- rant was this first to be signed by thjs Dukp.of Connaiight. thai ,1-great deal ot mail plainly ad- dressed to PincheT.Citj-.iB being mis- Kent io Pincher Creek, wbiph causes unite-a delay in its delivery. Tina post office inspector should see that tbe postal pouctWB Pincher City to Pincber CHy and not to Pin- Creek. A postal cterlc who can- difference in the nlty of a upon ii ii fly the gaze of the world. Newr Hd iidDiiLifitratioB come io did Hint yrais later go off we did with so much accompiixhv In fact, tlut opposition told the pc pic that I hey had better put in less enterprising hands than 1 did not wish any liutter upilat tlifi administration limn Uit one en hy tlic present advisers of H Excellency and when they go out ollicc llitty will ho-fortnnatu indewl j their successors will spc-jh so well them. 1 "In the speech from thn lla-oiic is announced that an effort is beii nmde to develop trade Cai ada, Urftiah Guiana and the West ii dies. My honorable friends inns know lliat not much trade can be of tallied in that direction. The ministe of customs knows it. I do.not sa this to disparage the work of honorable friends. On the other'harii approve of any attempt, wlictlwr i British countries or others, lo iliul market for Canada's surplus product The present administration rejecleil recent trade agreement on tli grounds of sentiment, hut I fear thei is more sentiment than anything else in the present proposal. In regard tlic iyuestion to whioli 1 have just a ludtfd, as being rejected, an regarrt reciprocity, I wish to spottk iranklj I frankly think that the people Canada have made a great mistake Nevertheless, we accept their decisio loyally and uncomplaining. What the situation We negotiated treaty with the United States to re move all obstacles so far as they bur natural products in order tha might flow freely from one country to the other. "Canada is an agricultural country Sixty per cent, of the Canadian pie -get their, living by agriculture Each year more and more is be ing devoted to that industry, end year more is produced than Canada can possible consume. We had thii condition in view when we enteret into the Uritish preference arrange ment. The result of our policy a great1 increase heti'een Canada tween Ca ..Hipanese Britain. Then the ..Hipanese treaty the French treaty and Bother treat-ice were entered the idea o: getting a our surplus pro- ducts. While the demand for fti Ani erican market came chiefly from the west, it, did not find any favor witl vhe party now: in power." 'It dicU-flot meet with object-ioi from an economic standpoint, solely on sentimental grounds. Dur- ing the late election campaign nearest to any uccmomic llot OPERATIONS AVOIDED By Lydia E. Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound Bellciiver, Cue Lydii E. Pink ham 3 Vegetable Compound I would not he aliva. For five months I had painful end ir- regular periodB and inflammation of the uterus. I suf- fered like a martyr and thought oftas of death, I con- suited two doctors J w ho CDU Id do J npthinf for me. I I went to it hospital, I anil the beat doc- I tort 1 mutt I submit to u oper- ation, becwive I had ft tumor. I went back home much One of my 'cousins advised me to take your Compound, it had her. I did so and soon commenced to feel better, ami wy appetite came hack with the first bottle. Now 1 feel no pain and am cured. Your remedy ia deserving of praise." Mrs. EMMA .C M, BaNarnmr, FoughkecpsJe, N. I run a aewinff machine In large factory and cot all run down.; 1 had to give up work for I could nofttand the pains in my back, The doctor said I needed an operation for womb trouble but Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound did mora for than the doctors did. I havg gained I that every- one who ia autTering from famala trouble, nervousness and backache will take the Compound. I owe my thanks to Mrs, Finkhiun. She it the working girl's friend! for health, and all women who wiTer should write to her and take her advice.-Miss TILMB Pf.rstKi, 3 Jay St. N. Y. Thirty yenrs of aueecH tk> power of Lydia E. Rnk- names of the.two onlces should not be on job. Pincher CHy is very much in or a good barber, and he should do well here. It is expected that work on tha conn traction of the ntew railway which will run from" Pincher City -to Cards ton will bo commenced soon. WaKer Sage, who has been danger- ously ill In the hospital is able to be up and around again. At one Umc; during bin .sickness big-friends ware afraid that he was going to Join the Angels; this was not a case of jeal oiiiy on the part of his friends; they did not Vec! as if -they could spare him just. yet. Ted absolutely refuses to go to Ottawa now on oustness of any kind, ae he cannot1 spare the time' from his newspaper businena. was a speech from ton, which I read because remarks from that source' are usually worth some attention. Kir Wilfrid read, a paragraph from Mr. Sifton's speech, telling how the now confronted United with Stak'S was in employed problem, with a problem of exhausted resources and with monopolistic ten- dencies characteristic of the country. asked Sir Wilfrid, "ate tho chief causes of these tendencies It is tfie high and fast tariff now Force in the United States, which makes trade from outside countries impossible on any terms. That high tariff has now arrested her de- velopment, made her fields deserted, ham's Vejfetabla female Gonpounj to TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Colin A. Macphorson and T. W. Nash have been appointee! Governors oi i.Ju; School of Mining in connection Queen's .University. Geo. Wright, escaped from London Asylum, was found nt Rodney, near- ly dnad from cold ami hunger. Justice Hugh Kelly will likely offi- ciate for the h'rst time at the Non- jury Assizes a' London, this week. A. M. Aikins, K.C., M.I1., will deliver an address at tho Chicago Land Hml Irrigation Fair, Nov. 22. Hnh ,1. C. Doliei-ty, the Minister of Justice, banquet.led by the .St. Patrick's Society of Montreal. ('has. Johnson, formerly of Niagara f-'alls, Ont., is unfler arrest at St.- Taul, Minn., charged with killing a nan with a coupling pin. II. K. Wicks, sccretarr of the 'Jitdph Hiding and Driving Associa- tion, M-rts proscntcil with two ma- iogany chairs as n wedding gift. McGillivray, .lunik manager, i.s the new president of the Canadian Club of Halifax. The Dnke of Oomiaughl, will attend the' imuiEUtal meeting of the dian I'liijlic Health Association Montreal, December 13. Friday, December t, will ha a public holiday in Ilamilion, In honor of thci acfl Connaught. congested in her cities a lation than ever before. It hiis pn.t the United States at- (lie mercy monopoliatn. This is the cause of the United Status problem and the diffi- culty is now, how to get rid-oC these causes, which lead to the present con- ditions. Now compare our own con- dition to conditions in tho States, do we SCR much difference? Are we free from monopolistic ooh- trol Do not trusts and mergers flourish as luxuriously in tlie Domin- ion as in tbe States Mr. Sil'ton, in saying that we would involve our- selves in the problems of the Uuitef Stuie.s is singularly mistaken. "U it is true that the meat trade packers in Canada are organizing to raise prices to tbe consumer, we have already the first proof of Canada's mistaken decision on September 21. It is not yet two months past and the Canadian people are already about to suffer for listening to the voice of passion and not the reason. Opponents Of the reciprocity agreement say that the established comieciion would have ciidancero4 Canada. There i.s a large class in Hritain, a class of British imperial- MUCH RELIEF IN RHEUMATISM H ME OF GM PUS >ple have letted Gin Thouumift of peopl Fills oi cases of Painful or Shoulders, Paio through the Hips, heiuHtiint fttid Lumbago. Here is a case' of one cure out of thouundt. NUWBUKMI, ONT. "My futber had been troubled with RWeiiwatism for a number of years. He tried two doctors but got no relief, i takiiit Pills far a week, found that they riving him nmch relief. He then bought three more bant, which and able to attend to his daily work." ALEX. MOORB. If you suffer, get Gin Pills and be free of pain this winter. joe. a box, 6 for 12.50. free if you write _Tiig Chemical Co. of 7l, united, Dept A 1) Toronto, H :ttMt States competition. Th 1 learn that if they are to ruac the goal of their ambition they w ,ave to come hack to tho Libei jarty. To my friend from Calgary say that the last election was I tinder false pretences. There a men on the other side who truly ieved that the rejection of i.'y was a great, service to Brita and the British Empire. With specfc to their views we will not qua rel their eyes are hlinti there is i use to try to open them at the pre ent time. are as yet loo ne September 21, but so far as hclpin .Iritajn is concerned, l believe tho tl reciprocity lias done an ury to Britain and the British En pire. The old civilization is going iew civilization is noiv fully esta ished. The. old empire of. aggrandis nont arid power of conquest is pas ng away. Today we have so far a< 'aiiced. that there is no general coi lagratioti over the Hal rid Turkey or of France and Oe lany in Morocco. The new civilixn ion is not for general war. Tn vie f the situation in Europe, the frinin hip of the United States would be ig.asset tor Britain. "Mr. Borden says'thai' in the rejei ion of" reciprocity there was no ho Hity to the United States. I do no that any Canadian was infl' need by hostility to the America epple, hut I regret that the languag I.certain newspapers and public me uririg the campaign was not such a o promote the Friendliest rela' 1th the United Stales. America wople can find no fault with tn 'e took the attitude of rejecting th eciprocity pact. was our. righ nd privilege. Nevertheless, J tliin have lost a great opportunity opportunity for trade and ncreasing -the friendship of the C-ana !an and American people." Sir Wilfrid went on to ruiot-e tli ew York Tin.-es of September las which it was intimated that be ause of the Canadian result Taft' rbitt'aiion treaty between Englatu nd the United States would be de ated. Mr. .Foster Doe's the honorable tntlemnn confirm that sentiment -Sir Wilfrid My honorable frk knows that the passage of proofty would have helped the pass ;e of'the arbitration treaty. "T still maintain that the Canadiaj ople have done nothing at whicl c United Stales can lake umbrage oyerlhclcss, my honorable friem ows that this treaty would hnv zn easier and the friendship bc- reon the two people closer had rccj- joity passed. i 'There are some in Canada, who ircd annexation i; there arc some 10 dread it. I have, however, sui- istsi who empire, hope to build a unity of by removing present shackles but by creating now shack- les. This class hailed our defeat as a great victory and expressed the hope that the established manufacturer would be admitted to Canada to com- pete freely with the Canadian manu- facturer. The ideal of UrUtsh Imperialists i.s to havn Hrilish goods compete free- ly will) Canadian getods. There are at present certain British Imperial- sis on the way to Canada, and they will learn on their arrival tlmt t lift re is no mom bnpc for ItritJsh lion ill Canada than is for1 joutands Now Use This Low-Cost Cough Syrup A Family Supply for We, tavlng The Qulekeat, Btit You Uicd, or Money Rtfundetf. The prompt and positive reiults el by this Inexpensive courh medicine have caused it to be used in more homea in U. 'S. and Canada Any other coufh remedy. It ffivts Inntant relief, will usually wipe out the most ob- siln'att, deep-seated cough inaicta of '24 noun. It quickly auceacda, in whooulnr cough and croup. A GO-ccnt bottle of Plnex. when mixM with .home-made lunar syrup, makes' IB family the most pleaiant and effective cough'remedy money could buy, at a Having of last- ly praparcti In five dlrec- in package. Children lake Flnex Coufh Byrjp wll- llflfly, because it gtod. It stlniu- latea appetite, and Is "lightly laxa- eicGllenl features. Splendid for hoarseness, throat tickle, bronchitis, tie., and a prompt, successful remedy for Incident lung; trouble. PlnexVs vpeclal and highly concen- trated compound of Imported Norway White Pine extract and rich in guala- cel and oilier natural healing pine ele- ments. .Simply It with sugar eyrup or strained honey, in m. iS-oa. bottle, and It is ready for use. I'lncx has often been Imitated, nut never successfully, for nothinr else win produce tho same results. The genuine guaranteed to give absolute aatlftfacilnn or money refunded. Certificate of cuar- antee te wrapped In encfc package. Your driifglat 1'lnex or-wlll rUdly got II for you. If not, to Pino Co.. Toronto. Ont. ficient confidence that manhood of a proud people will not be conjolecl or coerced into a step contrary to all or There am members on this not afraid to j do thair best for their country wHb- 0111 fear of tli'J consequences else- where. In Hie rt-ct-nt election Hie Liberals lost ground in every part oi j tlic country, amd especially in tlw eastern provinces. Tlie men ol west heard the call and responded to It." Sir. Wilfrid continued that there were echoes in tlic western press to the effect that the present govern- ment policy sacrificed western inter-; ing was more to be dreaded than any fear of annexation. The great danger more to be dreaded than outside dun- ger wasr a Canadian cleavage of-east and west. The speaker said that he would some day enquire as to what (lie present government ititended to Aa to comjwnsatc tlic vest for that which it lost. In the defeat of recipro-, ci ty, "Nothing has been heard recently of the naval question in spite of the fact that three months ago the house unanimously passed a resol'iMou which Sir Wilfrid read. He also road Bordeii's address to the govern-j ment's proposals to the effect thatj HID Canatium navy should changed to the British navy, that unity of command and cITort were essential and that he found fault with our pro- posal because there was in the bill introduced by tho government oi that day too much'autonomy and-too lit- tle imperialism. Upon the present occasion one would have expected scu- ing that government now meeting par 1 lament for the first linte and expos- ing policy to hear an announce- ment Of the course they intended to follow upon such an important ques- tion as that. Yet, the administra- tion i.s silent, not. a word about it. What is the reason Mr. Hugh Guthrie Hugh Guthrie, who followed said that it was evident that the prime minister had not been a free agent in selecting members of his cab- net. While some, of the members of the cabinet were doubtless of Mr. Borden's choosing, others were not. Some had been placed there by poli- highwaymen who had'adopted stand and deliver attitude. Instead of standing lirm, tho premier had thrown up his hands and delivered. Mr. Guthrie declared that Mr. White, minister of finance, was the choice ol the trusts, and the merger politicians. ie sat in the Mouse as the repre- sentative of mergers and corpora- lions. Sprouta exercised his au- hority for the first time and called ilr. Gudhrie to order. The expres- sion was withdrawn. Mr. Guthric objected to the iiiclii- ;ion ol three Nationalist ministers in he cabinet on tlic grounds that tho Nationalist's propaganda is not a oyal propaganda. He believed -that i the end Liberals, aml Conservatives Quid have- to join hands to root .hem in the interests of the Domiri- on at large. George Eulos Foster Hon. George E. Foster said that ie Liberals did not seem to be able o agree among as to whc- her reciprocity was a dead issue or ot. Sir Wilfrid Laurier seemed in-j ined to think that it was, but Hon.! lacKcnzfu King hail an opinion quite o the contrary. Me was quite ready i agree with Aie former premier iat sentiment had a good deal to do 'Ith the fall of reciprocity. When entimcnt is weal; and selfishness -rong there i.s an opporl.nnlf.y fnr I nd measures. In4Iiis case sentiment I pushed aside selfishness nnd had wn and measures had been rejected y t-hn We did not believe I liat tbu rejection of reciprocity oulil kill the arbitration agreement. Ie had the greater respect for the woplc of the United Stales than to elicvc that hecause an imJcpcmdciit- irided people like Canadians had reciprocity they would be less You Can Clean the Top of a Sask-Alta Range With a Cloth or a piece of paper and make it shine like a mirror. The top of a Sask-Alta Range is burn- polished. You won't need the mussy stove polish that you require for your ordinary brushes, no mits, no blackened hands, no tired arras and back. This is but one reason why the McClary Sask-Alta I Steel Range 1 is the range you need. The other reasons are in the Sask- Alta booklet that will come to you free, from the nearest McClary theViearest McClary agent's name and address. Write today for the Sask-Alta booklet. London. Toronto, llootml, WlnalMf. Vaaawitr, W. R.I., 'HamUtac, Mains For Sale, by When you do i any pnintinf iniide or outside tbe DOOM better be rare of bat reraltt by M-L Pure PuinU. cUlfff tn4 t... me M-L FIAT WALL thoa RECTJMMENDED AND SOLD BY LATIMER HART, LETHBRIDCC. Now is The Tinie f To Get Real Bargalnt. In While It Caati HD switches at 510 switches at J7.50 switches at (fi.01) switches at 17.00, Alto putit, hair nets, and pint at reduced rates _ The Hair Dressers for Spirclla Co net Acadia Ave. South. The Fashion ,to Wear The first care of a Chinese states- man every morning !s -to soe.if his ijcriilly to Great nritaln. Mr. Fos-jliead is on straight. :r appealed tn Sir Wilfrid Laurieu j live up to his reputation as a! A Sweet Retort C My coffee is noL quite sweet -enough.1' Gladys (passing the sugar bowl) Well ,tf you don't like it, I suppose xice-makcr, he Iiad claimed of lining i the past that ii was the object, nf s life lo try and lining about ony botwceu antagonistic elements ow lie proposed light the llame.s hivo to dissention hctweeii and (Jn- rio and people of Hie cast and the esc. The Court of Last Resort "Do yoli think women should pro- asked the passe elndy. 'I don't said jhs young ing. "Have you tried ovorj-Llifng Mil Staying Power 'Nothing scrimus tne matter with iir father's lungs, is there, should not. He's besn nghing for 37 years, and he can ugh louder now than ever." An Exception 'They say -that, lightning never ikes twice in the name place." Jcysn't. il? I know n woman who been married for her money throe His Luck "The birthatone ia Biipposed to con- trol our dostfntes. Now, what IB your "Judging from my life experience, 1 am inclined to bolfeve is IB a brick- For Genuine Pleasure You Beat a VICTOR Cold evenings when you are home and yon get tired talking and roadlns. wouldn't you be. delighted it some one suggested some mur sic And -wouldn't still more delighted If some of the great artists called on you nnd offered to sing and play for you. This Is what the VICTOR does for Its happy owners. Come in and learn how easy we make it fofyoii.lo own one Maion 4 RlKh, Ltd. Doia. Blk. Phone 791. Victor A young man named was (innil 510 anil J5 costs at or assaulting Sims, ii'oprictor of the Rodney Mercury, A. S. Goodcvc will be asciatant chief whiii of tlic Conservative il Oclawn. Mr. Staples will he weet- irn wliip, and Mr. Hntt whip tot the Maritime The Old Folks find advancing years bring an increasing tendency to constipation. The corrective they need' is "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant (o lake, mild and pclvJm. A tablet (or less) at bed-lime regulates the bovels perfectly. Incrurinf dual never needed. Compounded, like il UM !2! fn- puratlens, by expert chemists. Money back it not ittljfxJtofy. _ 2So. a If your druejiat has yet stocked them, send 25c, and we will mail them. NATIONAL OHUO ft CNIMICAk COMPANY Of OANADA. UMITtD. MONTNCAU U I ;