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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Scpfemhcr 7. Tail. THE LETIHiniDGi! DAILY HERALD FARMERS! The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. 1290 FIRST AVE. S. '23 FIFTH Sell the Best and Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Prooi, Wind- proof, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the Corru- gated Granary with the cightcen-inch .man- hole in top. This allows granary to be com- pleted in tight shape before putting grain in, insuring a tight cover. HIGH SCHOOL GOOD CROPS OPENS ON THURS. Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. ON THE RIDGE Attendance of Schools Show Increase of Nine p. c. Hfijmond, Sept. splendid crop of wheat in being; on tbe of Rty.noml. Alwtit 2.V I 000 uoroa IB U) grain nnd nearly hilf of this WM cut before flio rain. Trie Hurald reporter interviewed sovural Iflrge "farmers in that locality and from them was able- ut kwrn thnt tlila area will an average of 40 luishels to tho acre. Wheat on tho farms of Mark V. Cnmion. Haymoml Knight, Brlmlmll Bros.. Smith and ottiers will go as hlfth RB fifty bushels, but the wholo will hrlng forty bushels easily. Oats on the f'hrm of Brlmhall llroa. wljl mi) 100 bushels and the total jivenige IK given as 70 to InislielH. This is a remarkable yield for so larg-e n dis- whom 120 attended school in this j trict, and the "estimate is a consemi- citv for tho 'first time. Last year tlve ono. the enrollment for August was -881, of whom 112 were new. This shows gain of nine cent, over last ypnr. Of the new pupils Mis year 55 were registered at the Westmins- ter school and 31 joined the kinder- garten classes. Mr. Hamilton reported also that he had enlarged the area to he made tributary to Flectwood school- ig to I hurt being no sidewalk's to the Flectwood school, it was found rear of the ollk'e to close it down Icmpor-1 Ex-tensive repairs are al- Thorc was a liKht, though session, ol the school board night, Suut. Hamilton's report attendance showed that during busy last of Aug- pupils were registered, of Raymond Budget George H- Bwlcl, manager of the Security Investment Co., Ltd., was a visitor io Magrntli yesterday. The funeral of tho little year old child of Mr. and .Mrs. ('has. Buhlcr took ulace on .Monday to (.he naymond cemetery. The Security Investment Co. Ltd. are building a new solid brick gnrage for the company's :uitu. Tim building Is a substantial one and stands in building on Buchanan Discusses Reciprocity From Workingmen's Standpoint (Continued from Front Pigt.) prosperity tor Canada. The London f Decrease Cost of Living Times also had nuld that reciprocity T lioro ure three labor candidates in with the U. 3. would bo a good thing for Canada, as It would foster a spirit of self reliance. Surely, ho siii'J, the Opinion of tho Times in this matter carries more weight that the opposi- tion foBtercd by the largo Interests of Eastern Canada. Mr. Buchtuiuii then r.Uncked the loy- alty cry raised by the opponents of the pact. "Ko one can ho said "the Liberal party of Canada of be- ing disloyal to the Mother Country. Their ley .illy la Not Lip Loyalty but a loyalty which was shown in leg- Jlslation (for the British Empire. upbuilding of the In the face of the strongest opposition from the Conser- vative party, tho Uiurier government .in IS97 passed the British Preforen- jtial Tariff Bill, giving Ihe goods ofjWa 'the Mother Country a nccnssarv II1- arily, as the pupils and teachers were unable to get through the mud dur- so iro UK s jn tlip Wm. Maker is putting in a cement lloor and cementing the walls above the water Mine, making the basement absolutely 5 the wet weather. He reported that F. S. Kilmer was j water proof. on iluiv us physical instructor, and Thsre is a marked scarcity of twine "taki- charge of the outdoor] in town. The rain of the last few arranging'days the farmora :i to 1 import some. Crops are taking more twine than the fanners anticipated. would sports John T. Hc-ninger. of Welling, has j. He is now for a sports day. J. E. Hodgson, the new High school principal, may not bo able to get here before October 31st, and Mr. threshing to the Ellison Milling and IJanTiilon recommended the engaging Aerator Co., and has yet I'OOO acres of a couple of substitutes who are 1 of grain to cut. Mr. Hemnger available, until he comes. The 1 agreed to this. entering the Canadian preference markets. tho east every one of whom la sup- porting reciprocity for this very reason and the speaker thought that to the laboring classes of Uils city this was just as good a reason as could be ad- vanced for their supporting the meas- ure. Mr. Buchanan then stated his stand toward the labor classes in this elec- tion. He would, ho said, SE he went to Ottawa, do his best, to he repre- sentative of the whole riding, and was ready and willing to consult their wishes at any time should legislation affecting organized labor be advanced. Me wished to be representative of the wliole of the people and not of any one party. In closing he took occasion to refer to his stand in the Alberta and Great deal. lie understood, ho in 1 said, that the opposition was endeavor- MA K US STOMACH TROUBLE VANISH NO INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, DYSPEPSIA FIVE LATER Why not get some mo- neut and forever rid yourself of stomach trouble and Indigestion? A lleted stomach gets the blues and ;rmnblcs. Give it.a good eat, then ake I'ape's Diapepsin to start the di- gestive juices working. There will bo 10 dyspepsia or belching of Gas or nictations of undigested food; no feeling like a lump of lead in the stom- ach or heartburn, sick headache and Dizziness, and your food will not fer- ment and poison your breath with :iauseous odors. Rape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents large case at any drug store 1 ling to nvke political capital out of the would like to sec that, preference in- creased up to 50 or per cent. 1 even be in favor of absolute free trade wllhhi the British Empire (Cheers.) nut what the attitude hipped five carloads of this could be accused 1' Mother country, nnd their opinion should be carefully considered. Dr. Stewart, chairman'of the sites and building 'committee, replied that Mr. Heninger Is rll afraid now of frost. The rain of the past few days has kept standing grain at a standstill. It is not ripening and the rk ot repairing the schools has GOT FINE HERD OF JERSEY CATTLE G. R. Daniel has removed his li-ercl cf seven Jersey cattle, recently pur- chased from O. H. Bull HiKl Son, Jlrarapton, to liis farm east of the city. Tho herd consists of scv-en thoroughbred caUle, among them the Uiend Champion Bnli that called forth k-o much admiration at the recent ex- hibition. These ore all imported stock that have -been brought from Jersey Jslaml. 'Mr. Daniel purposes making a specialty of rearing and perfecting this particular line, of cattle. BANK CLEARING HOUSE HAS BEEN GOING A YEAR The bank clearings for tho week tcHa! Compared with tho clearings for the same week f.n the first week succe-ening ihft inaug- uration of the system in Uiis city, they are not finite So' largo. For the corresponding waok'ofUOlO, nlear- Jngs totalled they read Forflast week Morse's Indian Root" Pills are nude according to a formula in use nearly a century ago the Indiana, and learnt front them by Dr. Morse. Though repeated at- tempts have been liy physi- cians and chemists, it found impossible to improve thif. formula or the pills. Dr. Manx's Irtdian Root Pills area household renyrfy through- nut the world for Constipation and all Kidney and Liver ir< jubh-s. They act promptly and cfiecd and CHILDREN SHOW FERNIE'S GROWTH Schools Crowded; Tem- porary Classroom Being Used (Special l.o the Fernie, Sept. the produc- tion of coal has fallen off alarmingly here during the summer, the opening o! the public schools does not show any fallin.; off in the, crop of young humanity demanding the attention ot been completed on some satisfactor- ily, nnd was progressing on others. Me says that the interior of the High school will not iie recognized, and lhat the ventilation anil heating -will be satisfactory. The floors .ire ncini; given two ccjatSiOf paint and the desks arc being varnished. The report, was adopted. The chairman of the school manage- ment committee, Dr. Galbraith, re- ported ibe engagement of J; K. Hodgson as High school principal. and of Dr. D. A. Taylor, as meiiical health officer for the schools in !he place of Dr. Campbell, resigned, on (lie same terms and conditions as the board bad wilh -Dr. Campbell. R. IJ- Wallace, chairman of the sup- ply committee, reported huvmg se- cured a supply of coal 'from the new Barnes mine to last till the strike is. over. Orders were given to have racks for the wands, dumbbells and clubs school board and the teachers' stai! in the public schools of the city. Three years ago, when the fire wiped out of existence, the sixrfoom- cd public school huilding, it was then large enough to accommodate the school population of the town i comnlunicalion thn rellirrjn with less crowding tum ia now ex- perienced in the new central school building and the two auxiliary build- ings in West Kernic and in the An- nex. In all there are fourteen rooms in use to accommodate the 585 children upon the rolls, and some ol the rooms arc so full that two children have to occupy tho same seat. Besides the school buildings, which contain twelve rooms, two others i _ have been rented to accommodate the soliooi over-flow. Tin! High school, taught by Miss Daniels, is quartered -in a huilding near the new Baptist church and a portion of the primary class is being taught in the Turner block. Principal Hruce has his hands full with so large an attendance, and all the teachers are having all they can do to take care of their classes in the room available. Many miners have left town during the summer, hut they are generally single men or men. who have left their families behind while looking for olhcr locations. The Inland revenue receipts for Au- gust amounted to not a had showing, cigars aim other goods of a more liquid form still being in j demand in tlv .iistrict. Imports have fallen oft lo some ex- tent, hut still showing a good amount of cash being I alien in by that dc- from IT. A. official in the federal election, asking for the use of n room in the Central, Flectwood, Conriland and Westminster schools, was read and the request granted, witb the recommendation that the Kindergarten school be used instead of the Central. High School Opening Building Supervisor Jennings re-! I if an early frost comes, some of it may be caught. If the early part of this week had been fine Mr. Hening- cr would have had fifteen hinders at work in bis fields. R. J. Hsrron, trouble man for the Alberta government telephone sys- tem, is in Raymond with a pole gang connecting un some new phones. In- struments with the following numbers have'been put in the following 52, 0. C. fl5, W. Men. Tail: SS, Bernard Smith: 17, Raymond Meat Market, and the number of the phone in the residence of Fred Pi-ep- grass is changed to 41. A new long instance wire is being strung from Raymond lo Lethbridge, giving direct communication without interruption. Fortunately there is no connection between the size of a ladies' hat and the packing box In which it is ship- ped. Yesterday' a consignment of bats for .Mrs. b. .1. Hill in the old Uavles stand had to be unpacked at llva station In order to get them Into the freight, shed out of tbe wet. It not the size but the number that occasioned the largeness of the box, and the style! must Ira right for the Herald scribe saw Wo ladies yester- day braving the mud ot Broadway to inspect the opening. Parting of the Ways He referred also to the much quoted 'parting ot the ways" address of Pre- sident Taft. The.Conservative press rleliberately trying to mislead the electors, by their reference to this speech. Anyone reading the .whole ad- dress can see at a glance that the President refers, not Ihe parting of the ways as far as Canada's loy- alty to the Mother country is concern- ed, hut the parting of tho ways as rcga U m when It must decide between NELSON PEOPLE AFTER FIREBUG stand he took in that matter when it was before the leglslatiure at Edmon- ton, lie defended his position to tbe satisfaction of every one present, by stating that while he was a mem- ber of the government he made every possible effort to have the contract am- ended to protect the people, and find- ing that impossible, be had resigned from' the government that he might vote as a private member. Mr. Buchanan was followed by a few remarks from Ex-Aid. King, who predicted nothing but a brilliant vic- tory for Buchanan and reciprocity on September 21st. The meeting was closed by the singing of the National Antehem nnd three rousing cheers for A. Buchanan and reciprocity. After Neither of these gentlemen which, Sam .lones mounted the chair of disloyalty lo the (and amidst breathless silence, tore off three stifled whoops in favor of the anti-reciprocity candidate of the Conservative party on this very question. When H. 1.. Borden was asked on his western tour if Jie fav- ored an increase in the British pre- ference, he stated that he would leave that matter to a tariff commission to decide." The speaker then quoted extracts from speeches delivered by Bishop Mills of Anglican of Ontario, pncl by Bishop Court of the Nova Scotia Diocese in which they termed as insulting the disloyalty cry raised by the opponents of reciprocity in tbisj country. RAYMOND VOTE WILL BE HEAVY Raymond. Sept. T. J. O'Hricn, enumerator for naymond, informed the Herald correspondent today that ards Canada's future tariff policy, j between 30 and 40 means that Onnada has leached a. ju Raymond would, 40 American subjects before the forth- coming election, become high protective policy in seems an- here, and relieve the most ob- stinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach In five minutes. There is nothing else better to tako FIS from Etoiimeh and cleanse tho stomach and intestines, and, besides, me single dose willdigest nnd prepare for assimilation into the blood all your :ood tbe same as a .sound, healthy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works, your stom- ach itself in order, cleans then you feel like eating when. you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as decide to take a little Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that yon want Pape's Diapepsin, because you want to become thoroughly cured this time. Remember, if your stomach feels out of order nnd uncomfortable now, you can surely get relief In five min- utes. if every one who even thinks he may be eligible to vote would sec Mr. O'Hricn. PREACHER WOULD NOT MARRY ASTOR Newport, R.I., Sept. A fee ot SI, 000 tu marry John Jacoh Astor and Miss Madeline Talmadgc Force, has been refused by the Rev. Edward C. .Johnson, D. D., pastor of tho First Baptist Chlireh of. this city, Dr. Johnson was called to the office of a local attorney on August 29th, ac- cording lo his statement today, and the offer was made. The attorney told Dr. Johnson was planned for Monday and Thursday of this week. the big interests of Uio EaBl into tbe j The Iferald correspondent today Senate to firevsnt labor Called on Mr. T. J. O'Brien lo ask from the United States from coining to ijin, about file number of persons Canada In the iutorMts of organized, tlmt wil! eligible to vote at the Tlie bill was defeated but it election. Mr. .Q'Brien said shew.! the attitude o.' 1113 interests. 300 names potfnp reciprocity toward the Mst ;mtjcipatcn between men "anada. j M U) jor The The Coniradiclion jn post office on A further referent to the loyalty Sept. 13th, where it will he, open for cry was made, in ronucoiion stand being taken by Uio N.il-oualists in Quebec. This parly has with the eorn-cfion, elimination, or addition ,-nl- (.jgijt During that time ly made orraneemenls with tho ampaign to frora Mr. O'Hrien will he in Ills oflicc at store each day servatives for a campaign lo frora tpll o'clock in the Sir Wilfrid when ...ch work can he candidate tbe Conscr- done. It is ju.st possible lhat one or vatlves do not enter the field. Thai two mum may have been omitted, same thing is true in cases where f.oland if. is desirable that every one Conservatives enter a candidate Iw enrolled. It would be well there is no Nationalist ill the field. that the ceremony sometime between THE ONE BEST When it comes to entertainment, there ll nothing like the Victor, and the price is 515 up. Easy payments if de- sired. (Double-sided Records) MASON i RISCH, LTD., Dominion Bfk. Phone 791 Tbe C... Sept. 6.-Alihough H yet the g, the firebug, ceased his operations last Nationalists and night the citizens are .still much ported that the holiday and loday. .lames MacDouald, a weather had kept back the work ot alderman, unaided, effected Conservatives .vorking hand in hand in Quebec vet the groat cry of the National-1 that Sir Wilfrid Laurler the repairs on the High school, but tbat it would be ready for use by Thursday, .September 14. The supply committee was author- ized to get a desk for the High principal, and also to order furnishings required for the Hardic- villc school. The board will adver- tise for a janitor for Hardisvillc school, giving a salary of tlS a monUi, the applications to be in ny Ihe arrest, of a suspicious character. Me noticed him walking on the lake shore and finally light a fire. When questioned by Macllonald he slunk away without argument. MacBonald, after a long chase through the street, seized him and handed him over lo the police. Investigation showed thai, the man who irave the name of Brown- son, had just arrived, having walked from Spokane lo Nelson, and the po- Sept. 22. E. jnnilor of1 Ihe Central, High and Kindergarten schools, com- plained that his salary of ji mouth had been reduced to U60 DENEEN OF ILLINOIS monlh when the Fleetwood school was opened, and asked that it he raised again. The matter was letl to the condition lice released him that he immediately start hack the inland empire city. the sites and buildings committee. Tlie chairman said that there was no word of any sidewalk being laid lo the Klentwood school, and that Solicitor Ives had as yet sent no reply to the city council regarding jlhc Reed Street extension. Both of these should be attended to. Mis.; Helen Murray was engaged as assistant to both Kindergarten teach- ers at Central temporarily, at a sal- ary ol n month, and when she BROKE LEG IN TWO PLACES Springfield, III., Sept. standing on the running board of his 1 automobile, in an attempt to avoid a. collision with a surrey, Gov. Charles: S Deneen of Illinois, slipped and fell late this afternoon, and broke both bones In his left lag, an Inch and a half above the ankle. partmcnt, duty as assistant to of course, show the larg- est decrease, nnd coke being the chief article espmtcd through this outsort. i Wilson held chambers in the courthouse today, no other hitsl.'lcRs demanding his attention. The U. S. government will investi- gate the Imchinff of the Indian Nez, I'ercc 111 [dr'to, one teacher, her salary will be per nyonth. Hylnws Xos. 12 and 13 authorizing th'! boi'rowinc of money for the Har- dicville site and building of the Mofn- hy property adjoining the Central school, were read. They will be ad- vrrllwd In the papers according to the requirements of (he new ordin- MIICC. If Your Feet Perspire FOOT ELM will remove the objectionable odor, cure the sweating nud make them cool and comfortable. IS powders 25 conts. A special package of Fool Bath Tab- lets free with every boi, at Kcd Cross DI-UK Uook Store ia too loo This Imperialistic, loyal io the Mother Country. This is simply another case of Tory incon- sistency. The speaker then turned. his re- marks to the economic side of the question as it affects the working man lie said that il had been proved with- out fear of contradiction that the pact was in the best interests of the farmer as it opened up a better and a wider market for bis produce. workingmen are bcnefitted But the because there are a great many articles of food on which the tariff is removed. These are such food sniffs as potatoes, eggs dairy products and frulta. Only at certain seasons of the year are eonngh of these products raised to supply the local demands. For the remainder of the year they must be shipped In. As a result there is very little compel-, ition and the middleman makes exor- 1 bitant profits, causing tho workingman for Pay Double Prices his food stuffs. But with procity these goods may be shipped in from close points, without the ex- pense of lone transportation, and the worklngman will get his goods cheap- er, while the middleman will still be. able to make a legitimate profit. At the same time, In eastern Canada the great markets of the industrial ecu- tres of the New England States will be thrown open lo their produce and instead of shipping It to the west, and paying freight across tho continent, they will have one of the host possible markets right at Ilieir very doors. In this connection he quoted from speeches delivered by Mr. O'Oonohue, solicitor for the Trades and Labor Co.uncil of Canada, in which he that he was supporting reciprocity for Ibis very reason. It would increase the demnud for labor In Canada, and the same FOR GOOD PRINTING 1252 There are many firms to whom you might go. For the best you will patronize THE HERALD JOB DEPT. There are many reasons, but here ire few: 1st. A large office fully, equipped; therefore, with capacity to' turn your work out on time. 2nd. Tho very best stock and machinery, assuring SUPERIOR WORK throughout. 3rd. Workmen who take a pride in their pride of the artist in the perfection of his art. Yef, fop the BEST printing go to THE HERALD JOB DEPT. SIXTH STREET. PHONE 1252. i MAIL ORDEK8 ALWAYS RBCEIV6 PROMPT ATTENTION ;