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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta in-day. 2, lin.l. THE LETITBIUDCE DAILY HERALD Page 5 AUCTION SALE CORONATION Important New Divisional Centre on the Canadian Pacific Railway Offers absolutely the most attractive Investment ,and Business Combination of the year in Western Canada Hue ID projected southeutorry to connect with the branch running northwesterly L> Vho nnn 1 lotK Iron, Swift Current. A. a Division.! Junction, Coronation bound to rapidly become at this nou Do, overloo this o'i ,Ue ono of cho most hnporlaiit und commercial cenlros on llm grtjul new railway liiehlv urof tablo h ailLB, nnniM mr vmT lr J'ou are looking for a route from St. Paul to Edmonton. An early train service Is HS Ir.ok will lion. f you cannot alle d the' sn o ?nT solect reaali Coronation fi-om the west before date of sale. for you aucnu uie sale jonrbelf instruct your representative to act ls ot uie Lots will be Offered for Sale by Auction on the Site on Wednesday. September 27th, at Low, Upset Prices. Easy Terms of Payment SINGLE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP from all points between Wlnnlp-jg and Calgary to Castor, from where a special train will run Io Coromtlm, Krowth- Accommodation, meals, etc. provided at the towusite. Combine business with pleasure. This trip will prove one Write to-day for Illmtrated Bulletin, Map of the Town.ite arid Full Particular of Sale Iileasurablo excursions. Land Dept. This is a splendid opponunitv of your most profitable and CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Winnipeg Tory Taber Turns To Support of Buchanan (Continued from Front Page.) lOIIIM ilEIMSHirS 111. The Royal Line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO BRISTOL, ENGLAND ShortMt Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings from Montreal: ROYAL GEORGE SEPT. 30 ROYAL EDWARD.....OCT. 4 ROYAL GEORGE OCT. 18 ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 1 ROYAL GEORGE.....NOV. la Sailing from Halifax ROYAL EDWARD NOV. 29 ROLAY OHORGB Dec. 13. Ratal of Passage: 1ST GLASS ft UPWARDS 8ND CLASS 153.75 UPWARDS 3RD CLASS. Bristol or L'don 13.1.26 Further information from S. B. Mitchell, Agent C.P.Ry; H. Macbeth, City Ticket Aft., G. N. Ry., or writs to A. H. DAVIS, ?EANCEERNATL WINNIPEG HARVESTING IS IN FULL SWING (Continued from Front Page.) Man or firm to represent our con pany in Lethbriclge and vicinity, upo i i 'i- very liberal commission basis, w that winter wheat cutting lias be- :ire the .exclusive authorized sellih part of the week the reports show WANTED come general .throughout the district. It will continue for two more weeks at least, by which time the' best win- ter wheat crop in the history of Southern .Alberta will have been har- vested. The spring, crops have advanced sieadily during the week, and are now almost ready for the hinder. Magnificent stands of Spring Wheat and Oats are reported front every part o! the distriql. The straw in both cases. In very n .longer jljhie than usual for ripening, but without a Jouht tho. yield will be heavier on the agent of the Grand Trunk Pacific, Railway for lots in the original site of RIVERS, a divisional point loo the main line of the G. T. P. Ry. are the owner of the original of NOKOMIS "The Junction City" located on; the main line of the P. and on ran important branch the G..P. R; T.he G..N. R. is to extend its line through Nokomis and it ia generally believed that the C. N. II. will establish Nokomis as a divisional i .NEWS FROM THE OLD HOME Emma Atkinson was yesterday nominated as candidate for the va- cancy on the Ottawa public school board and will probably ,be elected over her male opponent. Clifford Sifton spoke for nearly two hours yesterday at-Nortb Sydney and leaves for Halifax today whore he will apoak to the local assjUation thuro. j James Stark, a brakeman oil iverage thiin ever before. >Jo part i I' of the district, has suffered from lack I "'e. rislu or firn1' of moisture, forth, spring crops. ex-hihits at the Lcthbndgc exhibition j this is impossible. We have almost showed that the spring grains from j three hundred representatives in var- every district were of extra quality of are demon- several Of tbe exhibits scoring almost F'la.v this rear is a surprise even the C. P. It. was badly crashed at on Monday night through being caught between two freight cars whilst mak- ing a fly coupling. The paintings of Rubens and Outdo Benl that were stolen from -She Paien- palace In .Tnly have been recorer- ofj others were found In the lodgmgV'o tho thlores, nrho ware arrested. SHE SUFFERED FIVEJEARS Flnilly Cared by Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Erie, "I suffered for live years trom female troubles anil at last was almost helpless. I weufc to three lioc- toii nnd they did me no rood, ao my sister ndTiaed me to try Lydia ]i. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and wlien I had taken only two bottles I could see a big change, ao I took in bottles and I am -rr- strong and we! again. I don't know how fo express my thanks for the sfaod it has done me nnd I hope all sultcrlng women will give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. Jt was worth its weight in F. D. So 7 Krl Lydia E. Piiiktu pound, made fro] herbs, contains n fill drugs, and to for the largest n of female disc thousands of u are on file in the Mais, been cured fron female complau tumors, irreguli Iwcltuche, inili prostration. owes it to herself lam's Veuetabtt If youwunt jMrx.lMiiklm ENDLICII, itable Cora- to the farmers who have grown this crop for many years. It is the gen- eral statement that: flai will aver- age close to twenty bushels to the acre in Southern Alberta, dispelling the idea that fla.v could not be grown satisfactorily in this climate. Farm- ers who have two or three hundred of it consider themselves luckv, as It is one of the most nron'table crops grown in this .country. The Potato Crop is hound to bo a record breaker. Tbe season throughout has been ideal. The slight frost early in the week not sufficient to retard the maturing of the crop to :iny degree, and an ex- cellent quality of potatoes is. looked for. Two hundred Jnishels to the acre is a conservative estimate of the n'eld in some localities while it c.vpeclcd that records will he estab- lished. The acreage is greater than n any previous year, so thai- the lo- cal markets should be welt, supplied luring the coming ysjntcr. With the moutli of. September, if ircvious records Southern lliuu-la will experience the finest ,-cather of-the year. The farmers iced it, for September and October re the two busiest months of the] ear on the farm.' Grain must be cut nd and' "winter wheat sow- conimcm-ec. Already, some winter has. been sown; but as yet mi- start has been made.- It is dif- cult to make ah estimate of the, ercentagc of acreage 'which will be sown in winter wheat Ibis year at Only those who are.in a.position Io devote some time Io Ihe sale ot thesa lots need apply. Complete Informa- tion as to our plan and offer upon re-, quest. Grand Pacific Land Co. LIMITED. 243 Somerset Bldj., Winnip.j, Man We want a representative in ever .own in Canada to sell Nokomis an' livers lots and lols In''other growin; Western Canada towns. MODEST BRITISH NOBLEMEN Port .Arthur, Sept. the mayors of and Kort Will- lam were pressing wireless telegraph into service yesterday in an endeavor to communicate with the Duke of Su- therland, Admiral Beresford and Lord Desborough to invilo them to a recep- tion and address from the twin cilies -British noblemen were fraterniz- ng- with humble light housekeeper William Craig and family, entertained Ihem to tea on their yacht, Catania and in the evening brought three ilou-h' lers and a friend in to Port Arthur for a-visit. To escape any demonstration of welcome that might be tendered by the people of the two cities, the yacht Catania remained at anchor some miles out until time for tb train for the west. e party to take Jlonsigneur Paguy, cure of Quebec, died this morning after a lengthy ill- css. Mayor Bernier ot Lovis, Quebec, hns accepted Ihe Conservative nomination the legislature. an increase of that preference to 50 per cent. j Reciprocity and Trade Mr. Iluchamin quoted figures of blue book reports lu show that Canada's' total consumption of wheat taken wilh it.s export to (Ireat Britain wns million bushels. This year the west expected to raise bushels. That left til millions to find a n.'arket for, nnd tbe United Slates, rapidly falling off as nn ex- port nation, should be the market for that extra grain. Jfr. Buchanan then touched on the live slock feature, showing where the Canadian fanner would benefit by having access to the live stock mar- kets of the I'. S. W. II. Sharpc, Ihe Conservative member for Lisgur, had last year in the house quoted figures to show that the bast the Canadians could gel in Winnipeg was S3.76 per cwt., while at the price was Sli.27. He slated that a cattle dealer had made the offer to pay .Sonlbein Alberta ranch- ers more per head for their cat- tle if reciprocity wont through. Mr. Buchanan also showed the fu- :nre offered by reciprocity for Ihc growing of barley, which demanded a high price on .Ike olher side. It was directly in the best interests of Taber district that reciprocity should pass. Not only would there Sold ty tiwW Cmrtimi Corset uid fillhf cwn BoMd cm, frequent Guarantied one yeal rrfultafle of uri. Appoi'nlmeiiU ID. your Pttont or tend peat etrj MISS V. O'CONNOR Acadla Blk., Heeil tha DeltUFHtoT. thrllenlr. NMW Ur> mmt bo ;i bolter price for grain, but t.hp price of land would increase. He hop- ed to hear good news from this dis- trict on election day. Premier Delights Crowd Tlic premier's humorous sarcasm, for he is noli'd, canglit ilic audicjicp, and showed up the {ibsuc- ity of the annexation cry. In opcrii- ho referred io the newspaper ro- mark that he was upgrading his po- 1912 E. M. F. 30 LINE PRESS ASSOCIATIONS AFFILJATE Toronto, Sept. a meeting o the executive committee of the Canad ian Press Association last night a pro- posal from the Western Canada Press Association for the affiliation of thai body with thn other press association wns accepted. Proposals'for the affi- liations of other press associations throughout Canada will likely bo co snmniated in tbe near f.utnre. .1. W. Gullanci; .M. P., Scottish whip, sailed from Liverpool for Montreal on tbe Hesperian Saturday.: this tiliK, as it depends very much on the progress made' in' harvesting. However, it, is the general opinion (hat sowing will not commence this orlablc Largest and Host Modern Steamer in Canadian Trade. NEW S. S. LAURENTIC NEWS, s! MEGANTIC About Tom Unsurpassed Accommodation for All Cljiiei. R.M.S. TEUTONIC. R.M.S. CANADA. One-class Cabin (called second fall to any great extent fill after Sept. 15, ns there is more than normal amount of moisture in insuring a quick sprouting and a steady growth of Ihc grain during Ihc fall months. It has been the rule also Ihis ycnr that the win. wheat sown late last, fall has given a better yield-than thai sown early, and this will have a tendency to nuke the sowing Inlcr. In that, case the acreage in winter wheat will he, large, as the farmers will have n :h.incn to gel their harvesting opera- inns well nnilrr way before ncnciin sowing lor mti }etl4 j The best on the ship at moderate "ales. Third class also; berthed In cc 2, Sepl. 30, Oct ZS Canada--Sp.pt. !l, Oct. 7, November 4' 10, Oct. 14, NOT. 11 Oct. 21, Nov.' IS. Sailings from Boston, Now York Philadelphia to Qneenstown, Liverpool Plymouth, Cherbourg South- implon, London, Dover and Antwerp .iy American Line, Red Star, Line and White Star Line. Local Ajfnti. Lethbrldge: F. MITCHELL H. MACBETH C. P. R. Station. 0. N. W. M. McLEOD Canadian Western Passenger Agent, J3 Main Strtet. S.E. Portage Ave. WINNIPEG, MAN A line of tke Famous KM. F. 30 Models, consisting of foredoor Roadster, foredoor four passenger Demi Tonneau and fore door five passenger Touring Car will be here next week for your inspection. These models have 4 inches longer wheel hase, 4 inch drop frame, throttle levers on top of steering wheel and a more roomy tonneau than previous models, giving the car a lower and more graceful appearance Do Not Fail to See These Cars We will also have for your inspection Speed Flanders "20' Foredoor Touring Car This little car has met with wonderful success during the past season and stands alone in the horse power class Repair Department Anticipating a heavy business this fall we have secured the services of: a number of first class mechanics and are prepared to give first class service and not keep you waiting A full line of the following Tires and Tubes on hand- "Fisk" and the greatest of American Tires, "The Diamond" Accessories of all kinds-Electric Vulcanizing a Specialty WESTERN AUTO CO. Ltd. 311 llth ST. S. PHONE 1454 sition as premier to take the platv form fa this Issue. He did not think the electors would look at-it this way. lie considered it the diity of every man Io have his opinions and to express iliem, if in the (joo'd of the country. He .said the Conservatives were op- posing this pact merely for the sake of being on the other side. fie told how all the great leaders bad for fifty years been in support of reci- procity. Freedom to Trade The premier said this was not mere- ly a matter of getting a few cents more per bushel onu day for wheat, or a better price for cattle, it was that tbe farmers should have (he free- ilom to trade, in the best markets, to at the best price that offered, at the time, to have three o'r four com- petitors for his produce, than the one or two at present. It was further a matter of bring- the people to the west, of popu- lating the prairies, s0 that where Al- berta had now only sho would have four million people, when the price of land would go-up for it was population that made the land valuable. The Coke Industry The premier dwelt at length on tho benefits, to he derived by Alberta from the coke industry. There was a great demand for coke on the other side. There were unlimited -quanti- -ic.s of coke producing coal in West- nrn Canada in the the Ko.ilcnay valleys, and farther lorih. The reciprocity in this would huihl up a great industry, would es- tablish one continuous village in the mountains, of people earning good wages, ami spending their money well, of people desirous of living well. These people would 'supply best local market, UK very local market wjiich the Conservatives were so de- sirous of producing. Premier Was Sarcastic The premier launched then into a sarcastic tirade on the "loyalty cry" people. The great its original charter had not bran allow- ed to build branch lines near the IT. S. border, hut now they bad found it profitable to build lines into the IT. S. Even now they were running through Taber the Spokane. Flyer which .started at St. Paul and ended it Spokane, carrying freight and wisscngcrs from mm into tho United Stales. Were the stockholder of the C.P.R. disloyal because of this The I. found it to their advant- age to build a line south from Loth- iridge into the United States, but be presumed it did not endanger thu j disloyalty of tbe stockholders. Tho Grand Trunk, financed by British money and run by British .directors ran a line into the States to Port- i land and another to Chicago, yet they could not be called disloyal. Hut tbe farmers and ranchers, and others who wish' to sell their products to the States, are in danger of becom- jing disloyal. Sir Kdinund Walker, president of the flank of Commerce! hinled that reciprocity would Vn- j danger the loyalty of the country, (but (he Hank of Commerce yeariy moves three-quarters of the cotton crop of the Slates, its directors, jSirancc to say, are not disloyal. Tho j Canadian Northern railway owned by Iwo Canadians, ran tiieir main line into MinncapolL, hut Ihc not. disloyal. Hut the poor farmers and ranchers must be disloyal io Iradc with [he Stales. ft.was pure insolence for anyone to on Ilic platform dial the people's j loyalty depended on the price of wbe.it. True loyally consisted in building j up (his province, this Dominion, so I thai, there would he not eight mil- ions, but SO millions of people to support the great empire of which wo formed a Part. The premier then spoke briefh on the offer of .Sir Wilfrid Uuiricr of. provincial rights to the provinces, saying that every man, Conservative and Liberal alike, had felt that it was time for Uie governments nf Alberta and Saskatchewan to re- ceive their natural resources, sir Wilfrid hat) now been the man to recognize that these provinces should be. on. an equality with other prov- inces. The meeting closed with threu rousing cheers for the king, anil Mr, Ilucbaiian. -Success doesn't turn a ninn'a If he has a very sflff neck. A man Isn't necessarily j-.m because iw enn tee hit finish, ;