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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta '1'hursilit.v, THE LETHB1UDGK DAILt HK1IALD The lifetime of daily service a Walthiim watch gives, com- bined with its grace and beauty makes it the ideal holiday gift WALTHAM Watch The Waltham is the pioneer watch of America and has won its great reputation .through the durability of its construction and sound time-keeping qualities. The beauty of the Waltham models satisfies every artistic demand. "Riverside" engraved on a WHltham movement guarantees a thoroughly liigh grade timepiece. Ask your Jeweler. YVwit' Ydti Owned it Wnltltinu.'1' Sfiiii'for ilcacriiJtivo twoftlct of various movements. WALTHAM CO.. FRANK OLIVER'S ABLE SPEECH ed a wider market, nhould at leant pay higher prices. It was indisputable that trusts of the United .States pay better prices and charge-less thun do the trusts of Canada.' .Reciprocity was beaten by a combination such as not yet had faKt-aned itself on any country, iand loader of the govonimcnt wns rcuJKmsihle for it. .Mr. long hits .this pre- vailed? Mr. ifi it growing condition and ihe reciprocity agreement was one! Htup to set the people free. Ho .add-1 Minister qd thnt, reciprocity was not dead.. One What Ex-Minister Said in Reply to Hon. Mr. 'White In liis reply to Finance Minister _..........________ ___ __ ____....... the lion. J''ranli Oliver deliver- regrettable incident of tlio argument of Overscan-Empire cluli, in order that a 'vlsoror- speech Ho agalnut was they liiiiy fulfil the conditions laid wilil: Kriemls of mistiTaml tliat u Canadian oiles'.fimsiii H soo.1 flBhl in .their in- voCers "10 implication ot being OVERSEAS CLUB SIM SELLING No Difficulty in Getting Money to buy Cale- donian Hall Although the option of (lie Over- seas Club fo'r Llm purchase of the Caledonian as.rji pennunuul club house expires tonight, tlie final ac- tion was deterred at last night's ineeting of the club in ortlev to allow more thna to dispose ot the shares' which are being sold to defray the ex- of purchasing and furnishing the building for the purpose for which H is intended. The executive of the Caledonians.will therefore he written, ind asked to extend the time ot tlicir option until thu Overseas are finan- ;i a position to take up their Tliis commHt.ce on permanent' jluh quarters reported that shares tor lite eluli fund wore selling well; and that, they expected to have no clilli- ,-ullv in disposing ot enough stock to ;ive llipin cash sufficient to buy and 'urnish (he hall with enough over.for current expenses (or some time. As (he club Will be run under tin- old provincial Empire charter, it ims iccir found necessary Io call tho clltti house section of the Overseas, the it-rests, mid they did not fight singlc- flwnded. "For instance, it could ho disloyal. Tills WHS a nerioiiB matter for which they were responsible. In conclusion, Mr. Oliver gave his Lauricr amendment. shown by r.ionls that K. George ind Jir. McNausIit, two of the Toronto fui'I'ort .to the jKitrio'.s who had come out nguinet re- ciprocity v.'cre til. the time hirelings or the Aincrlrtin-lrnala. Yd these men Gorman crisis was worse today, and Conservatives had made fun about' the Gorman crisis of two years ago. The Jmight in tlie name ot Canadian pal- were Mt Prepared to even state J-ioiism. Mr. declared thiit the mfva! Lnurlor policy of defeat of'reciprocity .was brousht ab.ia OTIls" '9 l'rotect commerce of tlie entire Empire was the right policy. A Dreadnought in the battle line would by thu most gigantic; aggregation of capitalist influence in -the world. The result was accomplished iW in the Ilot insure un Ollvoy to lhc of intcrestof the Dominion, but in'the In- Vessels, which In. time ..of war must re-rests of the trusts, mergers ami com !mve protection. l> In cs. Mr. Oliver -oiiid' that tbo farmers of prairie provinces were just, as au- xions io sell their produce in the best market, as arc the hank and trust. innirnatera of Was tarn Canada. Tho IMinlE'-tor of Finance hud practically de- clared that Western, farmers were not only unreasonable, but that 'ho was not gifted with reasoning powers. Indi- cating wilh prices which prevail in the Winnipeg and nwr- Iteis', Mr. 'White bad objected to Can- adian wheat beinf? sold in." Minneapo- lis, because it would deprive Canadian jail ways of 'the privilege at carrying grain into Canadian ports; Willie rose to correct Mr. Oli- ver, and said his argument wa-3 that if the tariff wall came down the price of vhcat would sink to an export basis. Mr. Oliver retorted- that -tills was on- ly a -part of the minister's argument. lie bad: used the railway argument, nnrt rmotpd from Sir. Wilfrid Latirier io DR. ANNA SHAW SLAPS HIS FACE New York, Nov. Anna Shaw, leader of 'the National Woman's Suf- frage movement, this afternoon, slap- ped a man's face while defending the colors of the suffragists during a meet- ing' at Wall and 'Broad streets, where iiOOO brokers, clerks, and office boys heard a speech by Mrs. Emmeline Panlchurst, of London. :Sonie ..remarks.. derogatory to- men in general caused-a'number to rush at Uu; automobile in which sat the suf- fragists. Dr. Shaw, lednlng far out of the torpedo body, dealt a resound- tig ship on the cheek of the first sieger. .Mrs, O. H. P.-Belmpnt, stand- ing on the steps "of -the sub-treasury, shouted scornfully at the men who made the attack. Blatch made a speech Introducing 1 whom she described as "women's greatest statesman" wltli .a message Pankhurst, down law for llm use of the cluir- Umfur. (lie Empire charter alco- holic .refreshments may Ijii served in the The Orpheus quartette wrote ing Hint they were giving ii concert in the Majestic on Dec. M, and of- fering the cluli twenty minules ot.thc prognim for a speech, thus (living the affair over as a concert under the auspices of the Overseas. Their offer was accepted, and Dec. M at the Ma- jestic will Overseas night. Tlio imUer of permanent hcailqimr- tcrs (or HID .club was brought up by the reading of a letter from Evelyn Wrench, but it was advis- able to defer action until the general meeting of the club. Vre you fond of music Then why not buy a VICTOR VICTROLA for XMAS? It is the most perfect of all sound-reproducing initruments tlje world Has ever known. The f. VICTOR VICTROLA (Hornless through the Victor repertoire of. over Records bringi into the home, what nothing else can best music and other entertainment by the foremost Artists in the world, and played in clear, full, perfect tones, at true as life itself, The greatest singen of the world, including Car mo, etc., eiog exclusively for Victor Records. It also bringi to you your choice of the many stunning marches and patriotic songs that make the- blood tingle, the dear old melodies, the newest sentimental ballads and the latest popular hits. eastward. -51r, Oliver -jaid that if the minister was right in hs belief he had nothing to fear on that part. Mr. Olver, aairt that would have no fault 'to (Ind had re- This slighting remark caused" cat- calls and hiseses. One motiuted po- liceman and two foot policemen were powerless stem the tide of men who surged up around the motor car, and ciprocity been defeated on true na-- tried to tear off the suffragist color.? tionni grounds, hut such was not -the Conservative press and Conser- vative .speakers, 'from Mr. Bordcn down, had appealed to passion and to I'j-ajudice. Mr. Oliver said thst the monopolists who had appealed to pas- sion and prejudice and wlio denied that western farmers should be at around the toiineau. this point thttt Dr.' Shaw It Tvat leaned out and swung ,nt her tormentor, her flat palm striking 'the nearest man a which stung and which knocked him from the automobile. Thwarted in their attempt -the men fell back before militant suffragists. done. Tlie farmers complain that Barons Is infected with kleptomania. There are some people who have no powei to pass a good neck yoke or a good looking. hnifgy whip without taking it along. It is time for the -'own con- stable to open his eyee. Even a good lap TObu goes sometimes. Stops Falling Hair and Destroys Dandruff Makes thi' Hair Grow Long, Heavy and Luxuriant and We Can Quickly Prove It If You Wish to Double the Beauty of Your Hair at Once, Just Get a 25 Cent Boitlc and Try This Surely try a J3antlcrinc Hair- Cleanse if yiili wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair with little trouble am! :it a cost not ivorfil just moisten a dolll -.viili a Jiltle Dandrrine- and draw it carefully through your hair, takirifj one small strand at a time, tltis-ivill cleanse the hair of dust, dill or any excessive '4 few moment you will be amazed. Votir. hair will'lie wavj, fluffy and abundant and pmacii an incomparable noftness, lustre and luxuriance, the beamy and shimmer of true hcuith. Besides beautifying the hair, one application ol Kandcrilie dissolves every particle of Daridnm; clcanics, purifies and invigorates the tcalp, forever Mopping itching ami fallmy hair. Dandcrinc is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine arc to vegetation. It ROCS right to the roots, invigorates nnt! strengthens thi'in. ft t cxhilaratinp, stimulating and propel tics cause the bait to gttm- abundantly long, ttH'Of and Imutifiili It HI ouce a sparkling liril liancy and velvety softness to the hair, and i few weeks1 Use will eatlse new liatr to sprout all ovrr the sealp. Use it every clay for a short Itmr, iiftir which uto or three times a week will be sufficient to complete whatever prowli you desire. You ran surely have pretty, soft, Insliions hair, >nd lots, if you will just a 25 centj'liotllc of Knowiton's Danderinc from any drug More or toilet counter ant! try it as directed. I DIAMOND CITY Dinniond City, Nov. strike having been settled, Diamond City lias begun to sit up and fake notice onco more. The regular recurrence of my day has a wonderfully Btiraillat- off-act upon business of every kind Diamond City share's to some'.ex- tent in the popular disappointment at the returns, though when it is oonslfjered that it was taken in tha middle o( Che strike most of mlncri were away, tile population, as out, five hundred and ai.v, it not, so It means at least between flint anJ'nlne hundred nominally. The.1 Dtempnd Coal ed. are working a furl force now and have already slilyped a Kood deal of coal. Tho Cbtnpok and Diamonu Sunshine mines "c ftlto, operating. Anotlhn- gentleman to realize -the buiineil possibilities of the town, and to erst: In his lot. here Is Mr. .1. Gor- don, formerly of Estcvan. Mr. Gordon il oftttilng un a store, which U to Include a stock of dry goods, If boota and shoes, etc. Fie himself HB Iwlng highly a wllh tha town Ks pros- VMM pidmond Ixidsc, f.O.O.K., Mo. 71, >eM Hi election of offi- cere on Monday evening last- The el- ection' resulted as follows: Noble John Delaney: vice-grand, Cappey; grand. W.. H. Ranrtall; rcc. secy., D. C. Morrison; C' M. GilberlBon It wns [1 to hold nn at-Homc on Frl- (Truing December Ifi. ninnmnd City Board" of Trada vail attended mee--ing in -the ofHoe of T Christie and on Haiiirday evening. Hnsinesn ftf Im- mrUtlce nas transacted, and a nllnjx of optimism regardful; tli-s town'4 futuio provnllcd. It Is tho In- nf llm Hoard -to InnitEjurs-'e p.n piibliclly caniiialgn at nil as they rcalliie that tt Is wy Bocostiry to tnnke iwsMifoil- of lhc town known -to brliiR capKal to It. MiifilclpQl elections and incoriiort- For sale by the Mason Riseii Piano Co. the Only place in the City carrying in stock a full line of Machines and Records Beware of Imitations MASON R1SCH, CO., Lethbridge Dominion Building Phone 791 Uon aa a town are the subjects that tre, discussed on lays. streets these Of the members of the old council, -the chairman. 15. C. Mo-rri- lon, will at least be a candidate foi' H-e has a wish p 'retire, hut Ills record during tb past two years, prevents the ratcpay- for llre completion PROMINENT RAILROAD MAN STRONGLY ADVISES HIS FRIENDS TO TRY GIN PILLS FOR THE KIDNEYS "I have been a Pullman Cpnductoroti the C. P. R. and Michigan Central during the last three years. About four years ago, I was laitl up with intense pains in the groin, a sore back, and suffered most severely when I tried to urinate. I treated with my family physician for two months for gravel in the bladder but did not receive airy benefit. About that time, I met another railroad man who hiul been similarly affected and who bad been'cured by taking Gin Pills, after era from permitting such an action on his part. Among other names men- tioned ai'e T. N. Christie and C.-JJ. Gilbertson. Wiii. Bvixton leaves shortly, for a "isit to friends in England. The contract has been let to Jas. >f the upper siorey of the Public school. This building was creeled Inst sum- mer :vt a cost of over and it was thought that for a time the two lower rooms would be stifficiont to accommodate tho pupils. The school attendance has so greatly increased, however, as to render the use of 'the two upper rooms imperative. DrC H..T. D'A-rc is lotting the con- tract for a'large two-storey building at the Letlibrfdge Collieries, the first floor to bo used to accominc-datei. n branch s'oro of the Diamond Drug Co., and -the Alberta Hardware Co., lioth of whom aro extending tbolf actij-it- ies vto that town. The sidewalks are bftiiiK extended practically every street, am) add very much to "the appearance of the town. Douglas Christin. of the staff of tho Haul; of Montreal, Lnthbridgo, spent Sunday visiting Ills' parents here. T. N. Christie, real estate agent, and agent of the Diamond1 Coal Cliy Town- site, reports a number ofaalesol iotG, also of form lands. stand for the mayoralty while, tlie name of George Wilson of the-West-j ern Canada Lumber Co. haa been mentioned as councillor, prob- ability is that the" go through by acclamation without an election. It would be .better to''retain the sitting counci'ilors as long, as pos- sible fill the water and light schemes are thoroughly; .in .order financially and otherwise. The curling rink nearly complet- ed." J. Dupre has been secured for caretaker, TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The floor a large Paris theatre is iversible, one side being, made .for dancing and the other for carrying tho Seats, the whole' revolving on a hori- zontal axis. Hamilton will be asked lo )0 for 'Wfiterworks, improvements.. Uobt. Hentty, ft G. T. fi! brakenmn f Snrina, lost, n leg in Hamilton. Hugh Wiilkcr, license inspector for West Hastings, is dead at iged 75. While .cleaning an automobile, at Montreal George Boylo accidentally set firo to tlie gasoline tank and him- self. He was seriously burned. LINE Of RECORDS Roberta's Book Store Phone 1265 New Whitney Block And Shooting Saloon Next door to the Xcw'Morris The- atre, SircPt PHOTOS TAKEN DAY or NIGHT By Elooi.ric Light. Doz. The Dtlke of Connaught will visit the Military collage at Kingston on De- cember 2. Robt. J. Wood. Berlin, has-won the degree of the Unlrenlty of Illinois. Dr. A. Ij. Lawler, of Niagara Falls, N.Y., was fined for having, attendr ed a paUent on the' Canadian glde. CLAKEKITOLM Nov. Hunt- Ing who was "flirticR on the heiul hy n negro sotno time iigo now he-sn from JIaclPcrt hospital. Ho SCCDIB to bo recovered. Tha negro aiiaailant has -been connMtled for trial. of lurgpat. Rhifunenls of ___ ________ cattl-a made from hoiv; for tiiira DJJ, BurnAr.o, K. V, I was made yosUsrday ivlic-n the K. Simple free. W. 11. Hull shipped betwoou and 100 in 2- cars to lOdnioaton, Things ftiiiat as regards jtionncil (vipction. I-f. Is gpnerartly hop- MHnesj will consent to up by a prominent physician who trcalal hii'.i lor'JJiabctcs. He is now running on the and is perfectly cured. He strongly advised me to try Gin Tills which I thft result thnt the pains left me entirely. FRANK S. If vou suffer with ConslipMion HcedMt'cnllclaxnlivc-.taL-oNATlOXAr, 'aecllon. UVBK 25c.-abos. '105 tlua Mayor PARTY DRESSES AND FANCY VESTS Ixmk now wlien 'French- dry cloaneil by 118. This pro- cflfls evfiry. traco.of dtrt nnd does not- injure the fnatorlaJ. French dry clean- ing of. the finest, goods is our specially .and we thoroughly understand our huslnoas. Let UB show yon. Mail ordtri given careful and prompt attention. We do a big out ef: town Crown Cleaning Works Opposite Wetlcy Chutth Phoni 474 ;