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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i ilK LIVI llltiniHUJ Send Your Sunday Meat Order to Delany's They always have a complete line of the Choicest Meats on hand. You're sure of good satisfaction at DelanyV Phone 452 Siihirilit.v. KttWenilMtr 2. Troubles Will Vanish The E.B.Eddy Co., Limited Hull Cf.nads. like mist before sim.siiiue, it' vou use one of EDDY'S WASH BOARDS The Boards with (lie labor-savino- o Edtij-'s Wash; Boards are Strong, Solid, Durable and Well-finished; with n crimp in the Zinc that Is easy on you and your clothes. Insist on getting Ihe folio'rinj; 2 In I, 3 :n 1, Special Globe, and Eddy (small i Question Still in Suspense; French Anxiously Wait- ing Settlement AMERICANS WANT CANADIAN WHEAT Manitoba Farmer Tells Mow he Sizes up the Situation Victoria, Si-pi. a speech aili? at A ronserviitiu1 meeting in Victoria a few days s.iid M, Draper, of is v interested in real eslato in Point Circy anil other parts of (lie j ninal City, ami who, some years j :i j.-nidical liirnu'r i" Miuii.- j Uic Km press tins j "it was slated that the I'nited j Slates did not want Canadian wheat, and their expoi'l fiy.im'.s ere called into requisition to subs (an Mate the remark. Ii is ;i very uhi snyinp, thai j Can be made to prnve any-! ajul tiie illustrations .writ; ;i proui of the'cnrrecthess of ihn Um they are wide of Uic I real mark. j "The grain IMMI of want Canaiiia liicy u-nnt it hiidly. I iliey want it. "XuMibtr- one hard is a kind jrrain quite hy ilsetf. It K as its mi nit1 implies, n hard wheat, and it can only lie r.rown in Manitoba and in Saskatchewan. The climate and i the b.-irdness of the soil conslitticnls are responsible for its exceptional it-es. The I'nited States can nolhitig of the kind, and the ficji.lers (here are very anxious to Set it to n'Ix with their softer varietic.s. That is the real fact, if anyone tells you that Tniteil j Stales do not want Canadian wheat: jthey don't know what they are talk-' I about, "I do iuii.w what I am talking j about. I have bad farms at I'ortagc} la Prairie anil around Bntndon, ami! I don't need any telling lo how j the tanners, all over the prairies Five Dollars For A Name! --------A Five Dollar Gold ng's Store, One is offered for Hie bos! 'suggestion .for a new mime for l which i.s .now immurement goslion is wiH, Of ono Hie nt'lpcii d.i.vs iiniucdiatoly following Sulunliiy, Sepl. 2nd. .linvino- purchased flu- business of Mr. liodirio- remodelled Hie slore we are ready lo nnn-.v on a flrsl.-clnss trade in every res- 1'eci. We have u eomplele new sl.oek of groceries aiid our dry will he oil the shelves innnedialely. Ciill inspect o Sec onr'liiu- new show cases mid counters L. O. Walton, Prop. MOl FIFTH AMI., JVOimr LETIIIJHIDGE. PHONE 465. Paris. Sept. still re-, will look on the matter of j mains in a state of suspr-urs over the jiy. There is rot .1 farmer' who v.-.II outcome of rhe negotiations between i vol.- for it. with the exception one and Gernirny. relative to wllo would rot occo. in oflinnl circles an op- j iiiuiHtic attitiKle is mainlMinad thit ihe nesotintions. which ara to "no party or Hie t tluir wns reported shortly, will lead lo its final tlR1 there is anxiety of weatiicr all the year round, ihe on aecount of ihe possi-! Reeiproeify will be till- finest tbini; unity of a rupture and Ihe couse- j thai rould possibly happen for them, SIR JOHN MACDONALD ANU THE LOYALTY CRY "The committee wouid gross- ly misrepresent their couiury- men if they were to affirm that their loyalty to their Sov- ereign would be diminished in TEN SEAMEN SAVED FROM DEATH IN STORM New York, Sept. seamen snatched from death in a qreat storm that battered the southern Atlantic coast, were Drought here today b London, Sept. was floated 01 are the sub-land they, know: il.i The men in the here today the Anglo-French Finnn- lo On the business who pii-iend to represent rial Co. of Canada, which wns recent- ninnrw was i the'views of the farmers and say j ly incorporated under the laws of t'lo il circle3 j Unit reciprocity will not he a most i uomlnion. with a capita! of S2.SOO.OOO. "ol 'o i welcome' tiling arf men who i Tllc "cw company also represents the 'have an axe to grind in some other i lnteresls of some tllp most enter jnt0 llew some definite indication is given of. way matters trend. j direct ion. .if the I'uited Stales d While French-officers, it is under- '.'-'ant Canadian wheat what is stood; have cessfnl groups in England. These include the present South African s, notably the Hirsch system, the Clyde line steamer Mohawk. Last Tuesday morning ,he Mohawk res- ,B notauly the Hirsch system iot received any sure in-1 Unit representative of a big Ameri-: wnich includes Otto Boit the Neii- mcaiot, that Oermany will -Accept'can house doing who came here last mnnns, and other millionaires. Heave if-l M to try buy lip all tin- urain Son, of the London-Exchange, are the slightest decree by the icuei1 them from the erumblin withdrawal of mere commer- jal 'he schooner n. Seuv-y, cial privileges, however viiiu- able these might be deemed." Kepoit of Sir John A. .Macdon- aid's government in 1SG5 to the British government, when seeking to secure from the United States a renewal of the reciprocity treaty of 1854. Tho Eljresa on the St. Johnshury Lake Cbunplain railroad en route t'jom Portland, llaine, to Montreal, while the sea was pounding ship to pieces on a reef off George- town, S. C. Brief news of the rescue came yesterday in a .wireless des- patch. Originally there were eleven of the schooner's crew all from Bath Lane. a Portuguese sailor, losi his life. Durins the -IS Iiou struggle a large wave swept meiit of Ihe extent of com- passes went! nensatlons which are to be offered bv "What about (lie fruit, tn !''rance. Since tiiese are Central Af-ion Mr- Urapcr. "l-'veryljody rlcaii areas, it la not supposed that Uiat our fruit comes into a Germany tlieir associates. The president of the company i Krml K. Baker, chairman of th? Hirsch group; Norton Griffiths, Jl. P., is vice president. Amongst the other directors of tho le'ngtiis over a fevv tne oiner uirectors of tuo io extreme later than that of the growers rraw company are Evelyn Cecil M.P., iit-and mil GRADING Of Canadian Wheat will Change When Reci- procity is Adopted Calgary, Sept. Hamilton, a .romineiit farmer anil wheat buyer, from O.alia, Imlir.u, was in the city j yesterday, accompanied hy his nep- hew, Mayor Millies, n( Claresholm. Mr. llainblcn was an opponent of re- ciprocity until lie came north and saw tliaf his Canaiiian holdings would benefit so as to offset Iris loos- es In Indiana. Me says lie lost 000 in 21 hours after the- pact announced. The American farmer io firmly convinced that the Canadian farmer lias hy far the greater ad- .Mr. llamtile.il has large holdings in Southern Alberta and af- ter sb.ing up the situation from this he is now favorable, to the pact. With him it is purely a commercial proposition. Mis Canadian gain will considerably offset his American loss. 1 Mr. llamblen buys wheat and grades i hundreds of thousands of bushels an- nually. When it comes to grading he, knows the game. Shown a sample of i wiic.il. fron: Damns yesterday he said il was a splendid Xo. 1. In Calgary it graded Xo. 3. It was a fine large plump berry but under Canadian grad- ing il was regnrdeil as a t.rille green. Sir. Hamblen as a wheat buyer would graiic it 1. In Canada it was 3. Yesterday's prices showed No. I Northern at Winnipeg No. 3 cents, a difference of !iml "1'preeiaiion of mailers af-! Hamuel Park bur, been reinoilellilig T) Hi.'.ij o.' President C. II. iiariilmm, of! good, and an i-x-jtis house thi-i week. tho Illinois Contra) road to recognize knoivlpogp of conditions. Me' "r. Diciraon has-a very sick borso. .Federation of' Shopmen, twenty-i "'Ms Hint as tlm Conservative par-! wns t-Jrb vyire some time i a generation wanted To-day we drew the curtain on our showing of millinery for fall If you want the most be- coming and correct millinery come to this display L, and J. McLeay Third Avenue South eight cralts today held several coafcrencea rcciprocilv their prcsont i and liepl ill close touch with tho sifr-i- H "on in San whore I'rppif'-.illl Inline _p thronph tliu change in grading meth- ods which will he necessary in order to meet American competition. INJURED IN RUNAWAY Port Arthur, Ont., Sopt. Blackburn, aged 17, driver for .1. Vf. -Mack, merchant, was thrown from a rtg by the horse funning away this (Senator M. Crawford, Soiltt Uakot.i, in the U. B. ate, May 17tn.) "I Bay the farmer in Iowa who owns 180 acres of land worth flOO per acre could sell It: take the fIS.OOO and b.iy SOD acres of land in AlberU-- Duy five tlm-B the quantity he had aero of which will yield more wheil, Parley or fl-iXBeed than an acre of Iowa land or of Wfa- conyin, Minnesota, or Dakota land as the case may be. It is not perfectly plain that the result will he a depression in Q. the values of Iowa, Dakota, Minnesota and Wjiconiln land .Iiiliiis Kniitt Sehniitt, of the Harriman MIIOE. is meeting with tbo linmn leaders. A di'sjiaioh from. San Francisco Bays (ha; ai a conference attended by Jul- ius Kniitt Srhmitt, Vloo-l'resldent of Hie system, and other liar- i-lman linn officials here on one side and by James Kline. J. A. Frank- lin. B. B.nckslow. II. P. llyari, and A PECULIAR REFUND CASE _ Vancouver. Sept. rha he was unable to. obtain redress bj ordinary complaint, Rev. H. B. Cnrrie a olercymin living at Albernl, on th wc-jt coast of Vancouver Island, cam. ...vim, ij.io JIH the way io Vancotiv-er vesterday Ii. C'rano. representing the five lo apply to the federal railway com craftB involved, a formal demand of by shopmen ei.i- ployed on the Harriman lines, is being threshed out today. ANOTHER ADVANCE IN SUGAR Toronto, Sent. advanced ten cents agJin today, making cents since .lune. This brings the price up to 5.65 per hundred pounds In bags. The lncrcnr.4, say, IK on account of tho poor beet crop, but beet growers say the crop Ibis year Is about as good as ever ind In sonic cases bolter. Some al- tribute the advance to Ihe operations of the manufacturing eioment and the auyar trust. mission for a refund off forty-five cents. Ho bad been charged one del Mr and ninety cents for freight or. a of carbide from Vancouver to Albernl, and he insisted that h_ should have rightfully paid only one dollar and forty-five cents. After half an honr'r. the commission sustained him and ordered a refund. Mr. Currl-a then applied for twenty dollars travelling expenses from Al- liernl to this city, but the rominlG'Sion could find no authority toward this. Chairman M-.ibce. however, said he with Mr. Currlo's claim tor Ihis amount, especially In vi-aw of the fact that Mr. Cnrrie was1 fore- (o spend tho money on C. P. It, steamers ,o got. to Vancouver lo col- lect his forty-five cettU. and a great boom for the Can Ills skull wns frnclnrn! adian farmer at the expenie of the American farmer'" and little hope is held out for hit frost the ekoicMt ;