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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Page 19 TJIE LETIIBRinnE DAILY It-ERALT. Saturday, 2, 011. OF1 CANADA Capital, ltd te VrtMM rntllf Fit-Men >eil WUk because they find our 'courteous iild satisfactory. Collecting Sale cash by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph Letters of Credit to provide funds for n facility which a progressive Bank can offer is at your service at any Branch of The Union Bank of Canada. Main Office cor. Round RedpJth Sta.G. R. TINNINO, Stirling Roach, Acting Mtnagar. Grassy W. Luckhardt. Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HATE INSTALLED IN THEIR VAULT A NEST OF SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES IP YOU HAVE ANT TITLE PEEPS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES, OK OTHER VALUABLES THIT SHOULD BB LODGED IN ONE OP TKME BOXE1 m rUHTWEII INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr, CUNARD LINE Canadian Service Do you know you can now travel between Canada and England by the old Canard Line, direct Canadian lenrice sailing from Montreal- London and Southampton? To London 3rd clua ocean 129 From London 128.75 Cabin (one clist) 542.50'A up The excellence of semen for which tb< line is so well known is being maintained in its Canadian Service. For full particulars apply to any Cuuard Lioe Canadian Service agent, or write to K. E, LIDMAN, WMt, 445 Main St., Winnipeg, Man. Col lege S c h o o I TV n i J- Residential r 1 U 1 I V School for Boyi Healthy situ adoD. Fireproo: buildings. Extensive play grounds, large gymnasium, anc _i _ skating rinks, Port Hope, Ont etc. Boys jjrepired for the Universities, Royal Military College and business, Special attention given to younger boys. Next term begins Sept. 13. New boys must report Sept. 12. For calendar and all Information ap- ply to the Head Master. Rev. OSWALD RIGBY, M.A. (Canr LL.D-, Pert Hope, Ont. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Kranfc P. Johnson, manager of the Canadian Cement merger, is in Winni- peg in connection with the proposed construction of a half million dollar plant there, Charlfi a mer- chant importer of London, LJig.. was fcrrested yesterday on a charge of to of property with intent to defraud crediLors in Uinftfla. prisoner wai remanded pending further inquiries. CATTLE BREEDER FOR RECIPROCITY H. .1. Davis, a prominent farmer and breeder In Oxford County, who Is well known as a judge of pure bred stock, and confesses that he has hitherto, strong Conservative in declare-d that he-can- with them in this election be- cause he feels that reciprocity will be a good thing for Canada. He says that the farmers have been so long downtrodden that now when there is a chance for a fair trial they should accept it "-unhesitatingly. Fanners have been to blame for the way they have hith-erto been treated, but now when things are coming their way they-should take them'gladly. "Although I believe the Laurier gov- ernment has' made mistakes in the past, r cannot see how any govern- ment can turn down this chance. 1C Mr. Borden's party should get into power they have to attend to tnis matter, fl.si thing. All their talk of the old flag and annexation is so much rot, and I can only hope that the money being used to oppose the reci- procity pact will not be successful in achieving its object. "In voting for this measure I feel that I am standing true to the Conser- vative policy and to the views fre- quently expressed by Sir John A. Mac- donald. 1 notice 'Conservative speak- ers are saying: but little on this sub- ject. They have brought on this elec- tion at tremendous expense, and It was unnecessary. 1 fael that they have hurt Canada more by their ob- struction to the pausing of the agree- ment than by anything else they have doue. "So .far as manufactursrs. are con- cerned, I think that anything which benefits the farmers will benefit them. The reduction in duty on manufactur- ed is very small and the e.x- money the farmers will make will result in their 'buying more imple- EXPERIENCE OF FIFTY YEARS I n Cattle Business Con- vinces of Benefits of Reciprocity i U'lDhun of th-a well known i nrm of Weir and Weir of St. Mary's.: Urn., in nn'open letter to the preys' of Ontario, says; "As a long experience of fifty years In the cattle business may be of some value to some of those who have rot uoen blessed with so long a business I career, wo therefore ask space in your widely circulated paper to fitate what our experience has been. "Now, as there is about to be an election, and the issue before th eiectors -seems to be mostly trade re- lations between Can-ado and the Unit- ed States, and, as our 'experience dates back to the year 1S60. for eix years we did business under the old reciprocity treaty which extended trom 1S5-I to 1S66. terminating on the -IHh day of .May in the latter year, "When we commenced business we sent all our cattle to the United States market, realizing on them a Higher price thau we could secure in Canada, or any other market. When the treaty expired our trade in the cattle business with that country practically ceased, and for many years had to content ourselves with trading in Montreal, and accepting a much lower price than was being paid at the same time in the Ameri- can market. "While trading In the Montreal market we sold the first cut tie which sed the ocean for beef purposes. Later on w-e went into exporting cattle on our own account, and were Tor a long time heavy exporters to all European markets, and during the ast five or ten years wo hav-e given the most of our attention to the feed- ng and shipping of our own cattle, and have sent them to London, Liver- pool, Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester, and Bermuda, and only last week we sold cattle to a local buyer for ship-, ment to Switzerland, and were it not j the duty the same cattle could hav-e been shipped to ..Buffalo, rtAliz- ng from to 10.00 per head more than we received, as per mar- tet reports. "Xow, let me say. after nearly fifty years shipping cattle to as far as we Know, the be-st markets in the world for the class of cattle we have hand- led, that have found no market equal to the American for good cattle, and it would have been a goo'd busi- ness proposition on our part If it had been possible to do so, to have given from four to sevsn hundred dollars Notice Uthbrldflt TridM Council LABOHDAY CELEBRATION At TABER MONDAY, SEPT. 4TH. 1911 RETURN CHILDREN: HALF FARE. TRAINS LEAVE 1 a.m. RETURN 7 p.m. TICKETS ON SALE AT STARLAND THEATRE possession a report dated the Uth lust, from ona of the largest cattle salesmen in Buffalo, who is well ac- quainted with the quality of Canadian cattle, in which he says thflt. if we ship onr best cattle to Buffalo, they would sell for 7c to H cents per pound live weight. These prices are In the main, leaving out exceptional cases: also a letter from tile same lirm In Toronto of Aiicust 10. week. If you want a Kocrt market divide your and do' not have all here on one day. Umbii aold all week fie. to Si l-2c. Today the market li a half higher selling 7c., nnd any- thing choice would bring n little more. The hog market Is firm, Today aertn nt If run Is not tog hc-.jvy. would look for .Monday'! trade to he steady to'llrm. eapeclally on the good export cattle. Yourj truly. KICK and Toronto, Aug. 10. ENFORCE THE TRUANCY ACT School and City Author- ities Will be Strict; Some Clauses I The report of attendance for the j public schools during August of shows an increase of nine per j "Now. again SRV that the Anierl- 1 over the mlmber in can market is the best market In the world for good cattle, and. if there another better, it Is still nndiscover- August, Following the fig- ureB as obtained from Supervisor Ham Won: of SSI. mjw etl. and I -know of some men who to the of 112; 1011- would have paid a larse gum during Knrolmen.t of 960' new to the the lifetime of the high tariff .wall i numher of 120. for the discovery of such a market. I Henceforth in the city a strict ac- Where is there a market which will count must be given of all chikirei enable any person to purchase cattle of school ase. unci tlvase shall be at 7 1-2 cents per pound in pelletl to attend school by virtue of and J7.70 POT cwt. in Chicago, live the act respecting truancy and corn- weight, and ship them to any known PUlsory school attendance. The new market and realize the original price truancy net came into force iast term, paid? The American market Is the I "ut -owing to inaistr.mte means of nearest Ontario has for her surplus looking after the pupils, the act was stock, and the best one in the world j very rigidly enforced. This year, jtill, ajiri the reason that we bave j however, ,the School Board ;purposes unable to take advantage of it having the Maw strictly enforced for is on account of the tariff wall again- the educational good .of the children st us about on each bullock of the city. To this end the Board. weighing shout 1300 pounds. 'n conjunction- with the city, have ap- j I hear the cry; 'L-st well en-1 pointed Scrg-eant Lamb as truancy ough alone.' This1 may be all right officer. He will act in that capacity! coming from some manufacturers tor'the schools ami will also act who have protection from tbeir Am- erican competitors' to the extent of -5 to SO'per'cent., "or from some law- the .capacity of children's officer for, the, city. It will he his special ,duiy to look truants, and each year to have had the privilege of selling our cattle, fed on our own 15U-acre farm, to the American ni-ar- Ket, rather than having to send them to the other markets of- the world which we have mentioned; for the reason that good cattle sell higher In th-a United States market than in any other market of which I know, ar.-d have been doing so for the past 45 year's, varying from 1-2 cent to 2 cents per pound higher than in Can- "Now, for proof of the above state- ment w-s refer you to the market re- port of the 14th inst, taken from the London Pree Press, and the Toronto Daily Globe, which both report best steers Belling in Toronto at from 6c to fi 1-4 cents p-er pound live weight, and the same papers both report gocd cattle selling In Buffalo on the same (late at Tc to 7 1-1- cents per pound live weight, -and the Toronto Mail and b'mptr-2 report cattle selling in Chi- cago on the same date at J7.75 per cwt. live weight Still further, we ask you to note that we have in our ver who sits in his office all day aiid I other-children'of school, age, "'ho are i i-3 liot in any way affected by trade either not registered at all, or are.neg-; ligent in' their attendance. .Already I the sei'fi'aant knows of several' child-' reri under fourteen years of age'that are employed in certain lines of work j throughout instead pt" being and commerce; or b-a all right tor some' parties who, through t-nlfing advantage protection have be-an able to form-a combine or mon- opoly, and therefore have it in their power to charge their own prices for j at'school, their rightful place for ones is not good eii- so young. These.will be looked after ai once. Previously it has be-sn very difticiilti tor the superintendent or the 'teach- ers to know what children were not. in attendance, for unless they carno j their goods; ough for it good enough for the farmer of i.Ontario', who has to pay '21 1-2 per cent, to enter into the competitors' .market, .to, follow the cry, 'Let well enough alone.' Or, in other words, we hivia'td pay J20 j and registered, the authorities did not i on every" bullock we sell before Know of them cT their whereabouts. can get it on equal terms with j NOW the officer will make sp-ecial our competitors, and are obliged to i (juiry the city over, see that all child-1 s-snd our cattle to Bermuda and between the ages of seven and zerland, while we have the'best mar-j fourteen are enrolled and enforce their ket ill the worl-d aa close to us as To-1 attendance, unless proper excuses can The Economy of the "GOOD CHEER" Circle Water pan Furnace is more than an economy of fuel, though thai is'important enough. It's the saving of .'your familr'sJieaHh, The VGOOD CHEER" saves coil, because its humid it delightfully comfortable it a temperature at least 5 degrees cooler than is Mcetsary with the drj air from the ordinary furnace. The ''GOOD CJTKER" irrei the sore troubles and doctors'billi which are directly caond by parched, er-heated ro'nto, and are 'only prohibited from entering by -a. tariff wall, as we have teen for the past forty-five years. "Now, as the tariff affects cattle led on our farm, so it affects catMe raised and fed on every farm in Oii- rario in proportion ta the number led, aiid as we have r-ait-3d Trom the year to 1911 for the opportun- ity, which now presents itself, to re- move the tariff wall, I, for one, am going to vote for it." Report of Rice 4 Whjiley Co.. Live Stock Cemmliiion EaBt Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 14. Hogs Receipts 60 curt. Market opened 5c to lOc higher. Heavy hogs IS. 10 to Pig'3T yjrkers, mixed, and mediums, to Roughs, ?H.75 to' Stage, to 16. be provided from rightful sources -a to why these particular pupils he al- lowed to remain at home. Clanrrs of the Act Following arc some of the most im- portant clauses gleaned from the act respecting truancy and compulsory at- tendance at school. They should be carefuly read and understood by all parents: .section child who has :if- tained the age of seven years and who has not yet attained the full age of fourteen years shall attend school Tor the full .term during which the school of the district in which he resides is open each year. Section person who has re- ceived in his hou5e another person's cnjjd under the of fourteen, who j is resident with him or is in his care MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Marnoer. PHONE M4 Wednesday Sept. 6 and Thursday Sept. 7 The Royal Lilliputian Opera Co. 30 Clever Children 30 Presenting Wednesday, The Gondoliers Thursday, San Toy Prices 50c 7Sc H linger carts nppiness GREAT COMEDY. FEATURES The Stolen Claim Our Big Week-End FEATURES Illustrated Sung by R. E. "In the Valley Where dramatic story of the ly Said Good-Bye. of a great painter, The B'9 NI9ht3 Attend eilrly (or STARLAND. Good Stltt DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS OR PAINS IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MORBUS, CHOLERA INFANTUM, SEA SICKNESS, SUMMER COMPLAINT AND ALL LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS MAT BE RAPIDLY AXD EFFECTIVELY CURED BY THE USE OF DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry The Medicine with a record of Cures citendlhj over '63 Yean.- You don't experiment when you buy It. r S..S. Johnstons, Ochre Tliver, writes About lou I gave Dr. Foirkr'H Kxtract of Wild Strawbetry a gooti PRICE SB CENTS Manufietured only by T. MILBURN CO., Limiiet1, Out. employed or congregated, and to cars. Quality or custody shall be subject to perform such duties as may he neces- senerally not good. Trade, on good the sime duly with i-aspoct to the In- sary for the enforcement of this act. attle -strong lOc struction of BUG....... export and shipping to 15c higher. Good butcher cattle also strong. All other grades ahout steady. Best steers Jfi.75 to Choice haby t-3e[ Good fresh cows and springers steady. Others Look for good cattle to con- tinue steady-.H strong prices. Kheep and fifty cars. Best lambs 5K.7S to Few 17.25. Wethers 43.75 to ?3. Ewes 13 to Receipts head. Best veal calves ?0. Fair to to jS.otl. Messrs. Weir Weir, St. Ont. residence as a h child during such parent, and -Jhal! be liable to be proceeded against as in the caae of -i parent, if he fails to cause Rtich child to be instructed as required by the act; but the duty of a parent under Ihis act shall not he thereby affected or diminished. Section 6. child under fourteen years pi1 age. who hag not a valid ex- cuse under this -jet, shall he employed by any person during school hours while the public .school of the dLit.'ift In which child resides is in ses- sion, and any person who employs a child in contravention of this section hall incur a penalty not. exceeding Ucir for the week up j twenty dollars for each offence. to date a--c as follows 50% caftle 41 Where in the opinion of n jus- This big Circle Watermn, holding 4 to 6 gallons, and nmning Bright .around the pot, evsporitea plenty .of .witer the air naturally humid, refreshing imd healthy. Before yon decide on your fnrnace write for our Booklet which explains more fully the of the "GOOD CHBEK" Fnrnact with ita Patented 7 calves, 795 lambs, nogs. butcher trade1 this week is fully c lowar on the best and r., to -Jta. the medium j grades. Montreal is getting supplies the west and the runs of .'medi- um stuff has been heavier -thtin-' the local trade demanded. If the receipt! continue heavj common and inediiim cattle are likely to sell lower. Trade was fairly good good -export cattle, but U5c. lower.on medium cattle. We sold our best export Utle Monday at ffi to j HU.V with one load at 6 and: the medium "cattle, at, to no cortllng 10 qualify, We sold of good export fitters today at fi" l-2c., and the bal- ance m, MondMy's prices. can cattU evvrr 4ar ID tice of the peace, police, magistrate or principal of the -school attended hy any child the services of such child arc requlrad in husbandry, or in ur- gent and necessary household duties, or for the necessary maintenance nf inch child or of some person depend- ent upon htm, 'such justice, pollen mng 'strate, or principal may hy certifi- cate setting forth the reason there-. for ra.feve -such child from nttemling school for any peric-.l not exceeding six weeks during each public school term. Section 7 (subsection truant orticer shall for t.he purpose of this act, hn vested with the no'R-sra of a peace officer, and ihiill have -Authority to enter playhouses, plncefl of entertainment and amusement, fac- tories, stores, rhopn and other place? where children may Section very. truant officer ehalJ tAiuse to be instituted proceedings against ..parent, guardian or other person having control or cluirge of a child, or against -.my oth- er person violating any nt th-e pro- visions of this act. Kurl.her information "regarding the act. ami its clauses, as TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The sen going yacht Gunilda owned by W. U HarknesB, of Qleveland, gunk yesterday in three hundred feet of watsr near Rosaport, Ont., and it win be impoaaible to recover many ol the valuables ahnnrd. Bight members of the crew of the Atlantic fruit, steamer Bella were in-- rested yesterday at Kingston, Jamaica, as its ion the charge of attempting 1.0 mutiny method of enforcement, may he hcd _on the hlfrJi seas. The lender uf 'he on Hpplfcation to-ihe trunut officer, Jmon WRK sentenced to imprisonment nr the local educational autlioritic-j. for three weeks. COWL BRAND PROCESS GOODS CARBON Waffe Bin ELASTIC f. OIL WOBK.V tiMtrEfn wiwmrcc ;