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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ViVrtnest'lay, S.ciil. fi, Ittll. TUB LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SIR WILFRID IN DANGER WHENTLATFORM FELL Near Tragedy at G. P. Graham's Apt Remark Prevented Panic-Great Enthus- iasm at Ontario Resort Cobours, Out., Sept. two J of which had existed -in or Ihn'i! Ktiirtling inonliiiit.s this n of a wealthy retired dealer in elee After killing tho young these. Van Wyck. rn Wvck two years ago to Europe, where her beauty attracteli Mr. jYou cannot build up a country .upon !w-vek fftiled to reciprocate Child's at- I them To ihe French and the Eng- Ilish 1 [five the same word. Our lat-h- I'in, who gave distinguished deaf eai to such appeals (tor ihp heartiest of welcomes. vf. May den piTsiiied. Thi! Premier's Address Sir Introduced his address t-rs fought, it is true, but we live in'much attention. She was entertained with ft happy reference to the number better times, God. We are, [by prominent members of the Ameri- of-Americans present. CoHonrp; is bmlhrcn now (cheers) we are fellow ,colony In thu summer home of many residents Canadians, fallow British subjects. 01 the United States, nnd the us do our fluty by ourselves, by wanted to know if the sentiment our countiv." w'lere she WM she CANADA COULD NEVER SWALLOWED BY THE STATES Prominent Englishman Expresses His Opinion at Meeting of British1 Association at Portsmouth --Britain Would Not Interfere she began fo receive attentions from older men that young Childs, who was only a year her senior. William A. Childs, sr., is accounted wealthy. On retirement he had estab- lished two of his sons, Theodore and Arthur in business in southern Cal- fornia. The family has spent its win- ters of late in that state and it sum- mers at Portsmouth, Bug., Snot. foa-[ "The more you examine the details ture of today's meeting of the British j Of the said Mr. Mallett, "the more convincing will the evi- .assoclatfon, was a paper on ihe sub- ject. of reciprocity between the L'nited Htates and Canada, read by Charles K. Mallett.. ex-financial secretary lo deuce appear that though we may sus- tain some loss of preference on one the war office and former member of large group of exports (sheet iron) and on several small ones, no serious j grievance on our side ean he cstab- j lished. On the other hand, if we, in any way. Interfere- to prevent Tor Plymouth. Mallett mrcnp.iy approved the Cana-clinn-Amor- Ican nr.recment and derided susscs- licns that it would lead to annexa- Thn Canadian nation 1-3 far too great _ agroonKmt we should be violating one of the maxims of our empire, 'fiscal freedom for the self-governing1 domin- ions.' We should be asking the great- est of our colonies to miss the great- est commercial opportunity offered HAT'S CHIEF WILL NOT APOLOGIZE Medicine Hat, Sept. city council is In receipt of a. letter from the secretary of the Sandstone Lodge Of I. O.'O. F. of Calgary, demanding that Chief of Police Micklejohn apo- logize for alleged threatening lang- uage he used to one of tlveir members in the local police station. Two affi- davits accompanied I ho, "demand. The council refii-ses'to ask the chief 1.0 apologize and welcomes the threaten- ed court action. The English journalist's touring Canada were here last night. a li.ying force today, tho speaker said, swallowed up by the United States." Mr. MnlJett uvtintainwl that If Great Britain attempted to Inter- lere with the Canadian- Amor! ean agreement tho government would not in Canadian history. We should he only be violating one of the first, max- j making the imperial connection, npt. imn oi the British Empire, namely, j Hope of r-rofit, but -sign of IORS, and, fiscal freedom for self governing -do- in1 th-a eyes "of the" Canadian fanners, an unreasonable nnd irritating tie. We may think our colonies wrong In minions, but would bn asking the p'rsatesl British colony to turn her back on the greatest market in the j desiring any markets bill, our own, world." hut liberty, they claim. Is liberty to The -speaker urged thtit anything j do not what we think right, but wh-nt to national development of we think wi-ong. There lies the Oiriada would be Kmpire. of ber.-efit lo the ius in Rrltish stfttosmen in knowing I when to leave Englishmen alone." TICKET FORGER ARRESTED Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Warren, charged with issuing Uious- timls of dollars worth of forged sireet appeared In the pollen court this morning and was remand- ed for trial for one week. It wa: alleged that conductor Kryszer, impli- cated by the first information of the scheme to the police, has disappeared The police are now searching for him Good for the shines n there's your shinr! JJInck or tan, at nil grocers and shoo stores. 21 LILLIPUTIAN OPERA BAGGAGE CAUSED FALL While loading n, dray with scenery Cor the Lilliputian Opera Co. this af- ternoon at the baggage room of tlio station, .1. Peak, one of (.he teamsters for thn Western Transfer Co., bad the misfortune to fall from the top of the load to the platform of the depot, Uifning several minor injuries about tiic head and face. He recovered in a short lime, however, and will be ai well ag ever In a couple of days.'' B.C. EXHIBITS AT TORONTO Toronto, Out., Sept. the Bri- tish Columbia exhibit at the Exhibition here, the Globe this morning gays: ?URE C.P.R. Will Start to Build Lcthbridge End Next Year Tlmt It its almost assured that the C. p. it. will commence construction from the Lethbridge end of the Leth- line early next spring is tlw opinion exnreHsod by U. W. Hialr, inspector In the C. "P. R. land mrtinentj to the Herald this after- noon.. Mri1 Phair believes that thu (jompany bail intended lo begin that work this year for a certainty, but various reasons arc given for putting off the construction of the road. The inspector knows the territory through which the Hue will run, and states that it is'one of the finest pieces of land In the west. Nearly one huii- rtred miles will be constructed from :hc Weybiirn etld this year. Mr. Phair has been in the city for couple of days arranging for the big stile of Coronation lots wblcl will b-5 placed on the market on Scp tcmber 27. Coronation is on the La combe-Xlooae Jaw branch about 15i niles etst of L-acombe. It will be one of the divisional points on the line inti it te expected that there will be i brisk sale when the 25 blocks are .drown on the market Coronation, besides being one of the livlstonal points on this branch, wil likely be a junction for a north and south branch; Surveys seem to ndicate that the north branch from Swift Current will connect with the -acombe-Moose Jaw branch at Coro lation, thence to Sedgewlck on the Vetaskiwhi branch, and by the Sedge ick-Bdmonton cut-off to Edmonton, giving" the company a through line rom Winnipeg to Edmonton. Besides building north from Swift Hirrent, the company is also building iouth. This work is being done thi- and it is expected that before vinter about forty miles of each ranch -will be in operation. The con- truction of the Swift Current-Sedge- wick branch will complete the only orth south branch between the tejfina-Saskatoon branch of the C. N. i. the C. and E. branch of the U. P. R., and will open up a fine tretcb. "of country, which for many ears has felt the need of a railroad. Regarding; immigration Air. Phair aid that whil-e'it-might not appear be BO this year ae in prev ons is a little greater, and e stated that that next ear would a. great influx of peo- ilp to Western Canada. The crops re good all over the west, and with obd weather for the next couple'of lonths the west will. a record or crops which will be a drawing card or our western lands. MAKKETS GRAIN-MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. wheat pened 99 6-8, closed 100 5-8; Decem- er opened 98 5-S, closed 99. 1-8; May pened 103 1-2, closed 103 7-8. ctober opened 1-2, closed 41 .1-2; ecetnber opened 40, closed 41. Flax opened 216, closed 235. WINNIPEG Northern 102, Northern 100. 3 Northern 96, No. 4 92 2, No, n. 85 1-2, No. fi Feed 70. 3 72, Rejected SI, No. 4 2 C. W. 41 1-2, No. 3 W. 40 1-2, Extra No. 1 Peed 40' 3-4, 0. 1 Peed 40 1-2, No. 2 Peed, 36. American Wheat opened '2, closed 103 1-4; December opened 4 1-8, closed 105 3-S; May opened 5 1-S, closed 10H 1-S. opened SO 4, closed 92 1-S; December opened 7-8, closed 96 5-S; May opened 101 5, closed 102 1-4. A MISSIONARY MURDERED Rev, C. K. Davis, superintendent of the Seventh Day Advcntlst missions "The exhibition of tlie department of jit! British Guinana, whose headquar- asriculture of the Hritish Columbia tters are at Washington, ID. C, is re- government docs great credit to the poised ,to have been murdered in Pacific province and shows a remark- interior while making converts among went lo last week to st- able advance over tJie first exhibit the natives. aTTfcannFP CASH vs. CREDIT fj Did you ever count the cost of doing business on credit Books, book-keepers, salaries, postage and bad debts. Who pays for this? The customers, you say. Did you ever make up your mind to do business for cash'? We invite you to try it and note the results, which are at least 10 per cent better values for you and the purchas- ing only of what you require and have the money to pay outlay. tj This week we are showing some Rainy Day Specials in Coats, Skirts and Blouses; Linoleums at manufacturers- prices, as we are going out of this line, and Carpet Squares at greatly reduced prices. Come to this store, make it your headquarters. If we haven't got what you want we will get it for you, and at a moderate price. Selling for cash enables us to do this. YOURS FOR BUSINESS, Macdonald Block DISTRICT NEWS BARNEY The stork against visited the dis- trict, this time leaving a fine baby girl with Mr. and 'Mrs. Button. C. W. Hastings has his new house completed and his family with him, .Vc might almost call this vicinity a listrict of homes, so many have been built recently, and all the families are iving all year on -their homesteads, even some of the bachelors intend staying Kith us this year instead of going away to work during the win- sho will return fo Cay ley, accom- panied by one of her daughters. Mrs. D. M. Mathews and Miss Cora spant the week at Geo. Sorgaard's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sorgaard on Sunday morning, a fine baby boy, mother and child are doing well. A. J. DaviBB is busy these days on his farm near Carmangay. Milton Williams, of Mooso .'Jaw, paid his brother, J. a short visit on Tuesday, returning on Wednesday, by way of Brooks. Mr. Hod gins is again busy in the Circle Field. Mrs. Jacob Dunn to leave -er months, as has been their custom, i for her home in Osakis, on Wednes- Clras. Rodger is mining coal at. the river, for the convenience of the lomesteaders. G. P. Podall went to Taher on Sat- Mr. Vinis is kept quite busy these days building granaries. Mr. Graham made a trip to Sweet inlay, to bring bank the teacher of [Valley Isst Saturday, toce Plain school. Miss Lowth-er has Misses Green man spent Sunday at 'een spending the week-in Lcthbridge their home near Wheat Centre, fith relatives. John Odmark is putting up a fine argc barn and granary; He has pro- lised the young p-aople of the (listrict WESTMOUNT ASSESSMENT Montreal, Sept. total rulua- ileted. Mrs. Lovina Brooks has been ug a week with her son's family at lolling Green. The two little daughters of E. T. Udmark, accompanied by Miss Arik, sen ted by the assessors to the council last night to be of which is taxable, giving an in- pro crease of for.; taxable 13rilish Columbia showed three years ago fit the Toronto Exhibition. Foi quality and variety the fruit and vejj etables exhibited defy comparison, They illustrate the remarkable diversi- ty of climate in British Columbia. Bast- Cnnnda has been in (he habit of regarding the land beyond the Rock- ies SH cold and wet and not very pro- ductive, but when these doubters in- spect the British Columbia exhibit and see peaches and apricots 'along with apples, pears, plums, nectarines and vegetables all grown in British Columbia, they raise their opinion. The huge blocks of timber BH tish Cohimnia, are the first that ar- rrst ones.attention. These are sections of fir and spruce, and stand- ing higher t than a man of average height, Miese blocks accentuate the idea of British Columbia's wonderful productivity In forest products as well as fields and mines." PORTUGAL THREATENED Lisbon, Sept, Vascon- eelles. the Portuguese minister at Mn-