Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THe Herald, September 1 MO. The Simpson Limited fcRABB STREETS fall Coats, Suits, We want .to show you the and FIT of these new THE LONG 54 INCH chenots, beavers and Irish Freize. At r- v- v-- and SUITS "Miladt. trimmed; stylish mater ids in. all the best shades. and 200 reason's newest -Made of Panama, Voile, Serge, check and striped Worsteds. Sizes 22 to 30 waist measure. P-rices and up large "styles and to from. Colors navy, wine, "brown, green and.-black. Prices and KNIT-TOP UNDERSKIRTS They'' fit tKe form. ''The correct skirt ;to be worn wi-fe'the much wan-teii. -now so SILK, COTTON AND WOOL BLOUSES Hundreds of new -shirt waists and blouses, 'just in, Stylisli mater- ials of quality; made up from the latest X ew York plates. Silk Waists Wciol Waists up Cotton Tailored up UNDERPRICED FORKMpN, A stock without a break. Every size and-quality, ''weight and price. ,r i ,p i --iJ-. CL here from." p'er .50c up to rf JSEOIIG-H OUE; WHOLE; STOCK. YOIFLL SATISFACTORY INTERVIEW Farmers- ofcSotitliern Alberta "PreseM to Sir Wilfrid--His Reply to Their Numerous Requests In Senator DeVeber's offices in the Macdonald Block this morning be- tween forty and fifty farmers waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier and present- ed resolutions and addresses upon tariff, terminal elevators, chilled meat and, Railway Act matters. They rep- resented the following, locals of the United Farmers of .Alberta: Kehp, Wheatland Centre, Rocky Coulee, Iron Springs, Fishburn, Cowley, Pincher Creek, 'Spring Ridge, Dry Fork, Sum- mervfew, Pearce, Macleod and: Jumbo was .short, .and t'he fe'sblutions same as pre- I'senteS' :by the" at elsewhere, were not read., and the number of addresses which had bee I four, were reduced to two. George A. Barker, of Jumbo. Valley, briefly announced the purpose of their J visit and recounted the fanners' doc- j trine that "agriculture is the basis of. all industry, that manufacturing, trans- portation and trade only changed the i form, place, or. ownership .of..-commod- ities. While the .latter had, no difil- in securing representation in the councils of the country, the farm- regard to cattle guards and the Responsibilities, had thrown a greater 'onus-of proof upon the rail- roads less upon the farmer. The by 052 SOCIAL AND; PE-RSONAL- A'.' Buchanar'aflS C. -Sim-- SURELY SETTLES ner at the last night; in honor of the .city's visitors. .The; guests indudeil Hon. L.. Hon. C. R. Mitchell, -Hon. A. J. Every year, regujayly more J million sufferers ;In ed States, EngJand and ..Canada' Pnpe's Diapepsin, bin- lasting-; Tois harmless prepi gusr anything, you. eat; sour, gaftsy; or 'oiit-of-order five minutes afterwards." Ifj'fltir.1 meals, dcn't-St -small n'hat you "at lies like a lean, E. M. C.- A. Masrath, M.P., -Mayor K. Nourse, president of of Trade, Dr. E. J. address went into -the whole matter, Lemaire, Sir Wilfrid Laurier's priv- and showed, that the effect 'vas really', vate secretary, S. pre- sident of the Liberal and John Dixon, (Maple- Miss Pardee, of who has. been, visiting friends- in Brandon, In- dian Head and Calgary., came down from Calvary yesterday and' joined F. Pardee, M'.P.. here. the opposite to the effect .stated by Mr, Graham. i Premier's Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who spoke lor about fifteen minutes, said first1 of all that Tie regretted his "colleague, Mr. Gran am, was through Sickness un- able to .be. present. He would, tow- ever, -prepared 'to lieve 'gi'terprecation placed" upop; the- amendments' -by 'Mr. and was sure Graham will be surpris- ed to .hear' of it. for Mr. Grsiam'9 intent was to further protect the farmer. In connection with the chilled meat would reueat to them what he had. said lie would like to obtain .more information upon the- Question and, would -hay-e an investi- gation into fne -systems in use in tralia, where the ''tra-de was success- ful.. He did -not what the plan there Wilfrid for his sympathy and as sistance iri'securincf'for the con- si deration'which'was due them 'by all lawmakers. Second Address Simps on 1 He then .introduced J. Quinsey of _ Wheatland Centre local and a director of the association who read lengthy address in which he stated that while the resolutions -to' be presented were j tlie same as' presented at other points. I they did not emanate from two i agitators ,as had been said, 'but were -the 'heartfelt 'beliefs of every member .-their ".organization. They were pre- .sent'ed again, here purpose of showing' the premier ,that-.the farmers, of the north and south were united upon the question. The address thank- j ed Sir -Wilfrid lof'lhis courteous re-' i-caption-ami, answer ,_heT had .given the Tied; and reiterat- [ed- the farmers' 'desire for a revision? j of the tariff downward, free importa- jtion of; farm j ownership ,-goy- iernaient" Hudson's. jBay railroad, "an.' tern of abattoirs. an'd.'isoforth of meat'incLusr try. dealt amend- ments, to the Rail iii'.resard. to -clear and which appeare'd'to. give" the railroads a much 3 Closing Out Sale of the entire stock of Goods of my business 119 Grlyn Streef. get own prices. new d. C. J. LAUMAN, Prop. CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA..... to serve the tastiest meals.to the most moderate trial will' convince vou. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. AIM-TO PLEASE. ALL WHITE HELP. HAVE MEASLES .Quebec, Sept. 1. There is a serious ibreak of measles among the North ipre Indians in the vicinity of Natash quan where some twelve or thirteen deaths are reported. Thirty or forty whites were also afflicted bu't have recovered. SPRIGS caping tie payment" ,'of. -for -cat- ie. by From Pincher. iCreefc of -read' address recounted Sir U'ill'rid's great v--orth an.d asked him to aid them In -the terminal elevator and chilled meat matters. President "Bower President 'Bower on behalf of the Dominion Council of and United Farmers of 'Alberta, read' an 1 address of thanks to the premier for courteous way in- which he had if successful there could be made suc- cessful in In the. request" for gov- ernment owned terminal elevators ai; the Pacific Coast, as veil, as a-t the lake head, ihe said that he expected to see within. a :year or two great, ele- vators at Vancouver, .New Westmin- ster and P-rinee Riipert; they would go there just 'as soon as the quantity of grain to :be shipped there warranted it- But he would-reseat what he had said before, Jihat if'it was found the only way-the.abuses that ihad beea touna to ekLst at. Fort William- and could be' abolished was by government -then would -be in favor of government own- ership, but- if any other remedy could -worked out, then'he favored adopt: ing it in government ownership. The latter' was a policy he not believe in unless it was absolutely necessary, tor governments have enough else to do without enter- ing the field of trade and .private busi- ness. If it .only, way of do- ,ing away with fraud, then: he would .-have no hesitation In adopting it-He tfvrelt at lengM-upon the. tariff 'ques- It was one of those matters all classes and inter- P'ersbiiallj- iie free trader :and, wished they could ''have free W: iBuc'naaan during short stay in the "city. Mrs W. A... Buchanaii will receive tomorrow aiternoon for. the first time time this season. Her i Mrs. E. B. Freeman. -with her. Mrs. Buchanan will be' at. "home again .on the first Tuesday in October. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Magrath and children ifiave this evening for an ei- teaded visit in -coast cities. Senator and De' Veber tained at dinner last evening enter- trade as they have England. But that -was impossible. -In --England where--there large in- comes and land''mTJITpiToly, they were able to raise their, revenue by direct taxation. 'In Canada, they had few millisnalres: and 'thank God. no land monopoly, so were compelled to raise revenue -by means of customs duties. There was room for improvement, be "would grant, and it had been -the pol- icy of the Liberal party to revise the tariff peri-odSeallv in order that sta- so necessary might -be main- ,received-the farmers' delegations thatftained. He favored'a'permanent gov- Oiad waited upon him in the west and for his answer to them at Red' Deer with which they" were very sat- isfied He also re'ad one intended for Hon. Geo. P.'Graham, Minister of Railways, which stated that they vvere nor satisfied with his; reply to them at Red Deer in which ;he had assured them that the amendments to the (r. W. Pearson, of Iron Springs, who is looking after an irrigation project in that district, on bchali of th'e people there expressed, to the Her- ald today his gratitude for the had been received by Sir Wilfiid.) Laurier and Hon. Frank Oliver. He had the pleasure of meeting and shak- ing hands with the premier, and this morning laid his irrigation project be- fore Mr. Oliver. The minister cf The interior said he would take the mat- ter up with the. cabinet and the house and wouid have an. investigation made as to the feasibility of the scheme. He gave Mr. Pearson encouraging as- surances if the engineers reported fav- orably on tile matter. No Disordered OR A WEAK -BLADDER 'IF YOU TAKE A FEW tfOSES OF FIG PILLS All Backache and Distress from Out-of-Order Kidneys or Bladder Trou- ble vill vanish, and -will-feel fine. Lame Back, Painful Stitches, Rheu- matism, Nervous Headache, Dizziness. i Sleeplessness, Wornout, Sick Feeling other symptoms -of Sluggish, -In- active Kidneys and Liver disappear.. Smarting, Frequent TJrinatioa an3 ail j Bladder Trouble ends. FIG'PILLS go I at once to the disordered Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System, and tariff commission, .travelling irom place to place and intervie-Rang all classes so -that when -the time came to 'revise again it might be re- .vised'in a manner .to suit all classes. He showed how impossible It was to .make an exception .to one class such as the fanners and to exempt farm implements without -being unfair to other classes. He heartily applauded on con- clu-ding and outside as he s't pped into his auto was greeted to hearty chee- With Sir 'Wilfrid at the meeting xvere Hon. Frank Oliver and 'Mr. F. F. Pardee. plimentary -to -their distinguished guest, -Sir Wilfrid- Laurier. The hand- some mahogany board was laid with Irish crochet doilies and centred with an. immense shower of astors and sweet peasi; lour bouniip-t holders -fill- ed with garden blossoms, further en- hanced its Jseauty. .Covers .-were- laid. Ipr the honor -the Prime Min- ister, Hon. Frank Oliver, Hon.. Wil- liam Gibson and the host and hostess. On account of the inclement wea- ther the officers. the have" th'eir guests t-his will nojfc'care" to W entertain- ed-' on 'theMawrF''surT6unding Mrs.. .C. -Gray's residence on Round, so ,JMrs. Gray has'r loindly loaned her Jbonae ior the en-teitainmen-t, and when. the. su.ests -ar-rive this evening every- be so "comfy" indoors that the guests forget the" winter like .-weather- o'ut side'. Tea, co'See, sandwiches and -cats will he served by -the girls who reside -at'- "Y" and' there 'will .also be ;an. ice cream ,-ac-d last, but not home-made sweets will .he sold.- I can "vouch for" the. tootasoaieness these dainties, for- one of -the officers, ivho, by. the "way, has spent nearh- aii lead in .'.your stomach, or if you. is a sign, of Get' ,froin your Pharmacist a use of arid; sbon as you can: be. no no food-raiied with no gas or heartburn; fullness-i: or' -feeling'in the .stomach; Nuuaeai: Debilitating .or Intestinal, griping. and ...v food left oye.i; in' tne s.tomaichvto v foe talxes-.iiold ;pf your food, ,-it just; xhe; same" as if wash'C tne're. Relief five, minutes .frbni-.all" for you These -latge '50-cent' -..cases- contaiu more than sufficient to" ''thoroughly; cure: almost' ajjy.. caae'-of Dyspepsia, Indie tion or; other stomach disorder. -The G-aLt' hours to eninss, sevea to private for a little longer p'eriod 1 _'-'-'-' >Rbr IcfivthTs his home .in' he .will J. spending Jiis'f v Ontario this" morning- s-tudies Collegiate S- of: Tsrere', among' the city.-. yesterday-1 to 'atteQd the reocpiiou to Sir V J ,'...r Mr. and Cotirtland Sicreet. leave three weekis' .visit to Brandon-, Mrs.. 0.. family, mea.'d i street, "left- this- morning. loir visit in North The weddins of Monica, the eldest daught-er and'-Mrs, Thomas both of .this city, -was, celebrated' in Presbyterian Macle6d, y ester- day hy Rev. tended. honeymoon. trip' 1 time for t'he past- -two days coivcoct- .Ewin.e; will reside in Lethbri'djfe.: ing-. these delicious dainties, sent me a, sample box this which I assure you was -.greatly 'ap- preciated. .There will be music and games during the evening and a jolly lime -is promised to .everyon-e, who comes. HOSPITAL OPENED: CANADIAN CLUE This morning at eleven o'clock Sir Wilfrid Laurier opened the new Gait Hospital and at noon E. M. Macfionald, 31. P. of Pictou, N. S., ad- dressed the Canadian. Otvisg to the crowded condi- tion of the Herald's columns, it been found necessarv j plete a cure before you know it. There is no -other remedy at any price, will effect so thorough and prompt a A cure as a 25c bos of FIG PILLS. Only j." curative results can come from taking j FIG- PILLS, and a few doses mean clean, active, healthy Kidneys, Blad- der and no Backache. For sale at all first, class drug s1 or- es; 25c a box, or five for one dollar. u_'-s uceii luniiu ueceas3.rv to hold over the accounts of be dangerous to your health. taese events until tomorrow's issue. FOIS.6S Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry HAS BEEM CURING. Diarrhoea, Dy sent ery, 'OolieB Stomach Grarnps, Seasickness, Cholera In- fantnm, Cholera Mor- bus, Summer Complaint, and all Looseness of the Bowels. Surely this is recommenda- tion enough WHY SAY MORE? We wish to warn ths public against being imposed oii "by unscrupulous dealers trho substitute the so-called Strawberry Compounds for Dr. Fow- ler's." Ask for Dr. Fooler's acd in- sist on getting it, as the cheap imrbtioiis Tha is maauAictored only by TheT. Milbum Co., LSroi ted, Toronto, Onfc, Price So ceats. f JJ Letfcbndge Conservatory of Musk CORNER ASHMEAD BOMPAS STS. j. GEORGE HAKPEK, Director The largest and best equip- ped Music Scliool in Alberta Increased staff expert teachers Class private instruction. Many free advantages. Be-opens Thursday. Sept. 1 Fond parents be- tween tha age of'12 and: IS Tziohths will be sla-d to know they may enter' their- baby in. the baby show- pn" La- bpr Day. Such a -vt-ail 'has -anseji since the announcement liinit was one year, that the bom-." mittee in charge ot the .Labor Ita-sr i celebration has decided .-to place th'e- age limit at eighteen rtion-ths.'': So" brins the little folk 'along, their verv' bestest, and-they ahly have as-good an "-opportunity .-of the prize.as-tbe CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' liid' of ths Gall. .their annual meeting Saturday, afternoon, at. -four o'clock at the prQSiBfentV Mrs! Southarji...', lor :suing year will be evening 'the worth --League- met1 Epwottli L-eagw of Westminster" :The visitors, to .and. from Westminster, by the Alexandra -l acted as. chairman, -through'qjittil-tne arid" three "helpSrlSap'er-ffcbri "How. to Ipip.rove Our read by Miss Lloyd, Mr. Shanlz ;an-d Mr. Jenkins '-sanp sweet solo, and Mr. acceptable1 was provided .bv -the. i The-, annual., meeting of U- will be held tomorrow at 3.30 in -'the 'class v. church. Officers for .the will be. elected: The Daughters 'and "Mads -of land to at home of Mrs. A. J.. Warden, 809 Lon- don Road, Friday evening at .business will come, before tne' 'meeting. SIR WILFRID HAS LEFT FOR MEDICINE 'HAT Big Crowd Him Sta- j Appreciation j Sir Wilfrid Laurier and party de- two o'clock for Medicine i Hat-. There was a large crowd at the I depot and the premier bs.SuK 'with a number of citizens before he boarded the train. He expressed hi? appreciation of the splendid reception given him. As the train moved out Jiu was given 'three rousing cheers.