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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TucsOiiy, September 10, 1012 THJSLKTJTIWIDG'K; JIM fLY BIG WRESTLING EXHIBITION -AT THE- Morris Theatre Wednesday, Sept. 11 BETWEEN Jack Taylor dob Managoff Local Man 200 Ibs. The (Slant Turk 205 Ibs. Best two falls out of three to a finish PollCB Gnzette Rules to (lovorn. Two good preliminaries, 8tart at S.30 Ladles Cordially Invited ADMISSION 50c, 75C, and RINGSIDE H.60 Ringside Tickets now on sale at Elite Olgar Store. Donaldson Line Direct Service Between Scotland, Continental points and Canada every Sat- urday. Largo new steamers, modern and up to dalo, operated on the One Class Cabin plan. Cabin staterooms all amid- ships. to -Liverpool, Londonderry, Gahvay and Hal- fast. to Hamburg. Antwerp aiid Rotterdam. to Sweden, Norway and Denmark, etc. For full information call on any steamship agent or write, H.'E, LIDMAN, General Agent 445 Main St., Winnipeg Notice The Hebrew Congregation of Lethbrldge will hold their New Year's ceremony and services commencing on the evening of SEPTEMBER 11, 12 and 13th, 1 MASONS OFFICE BLOCK "Rev. M. Satlowski will con- duct the services. Everybody invited. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELID) At Star-land Today witnesses the last showing of ihe fine first of the week program at Starland. The great John Bunny feature comedy "Captain 'Barnacles Messmate" is proving a sure winner, and delights all lovers of good clea laughter. There are also many oiin excellent attractions on the hi! which all go to make up a real good offering. For 'tomorrow the management a: uounce first showing of the grea Bssanay drama "Under Alexicu a particularly strong stoi told in detail by a company of fin class artists, amid some of the inoi beautiful, scenery of the sunny soul! An extraordinary .feature to I shown shortly, is tlje immense Gtn mont production, "Their Lives fo one of the most and pretentious aattractions since th history or motography. DRILL OR GO TO THE CELLS WHAT COMPULSORY MILITAR SERVICE DOES FOR AUS- TRALIAN YOUTH W.M. CAMPBELL THE LIKELY MAN RUMOR THAT MACLEOD LAWYER MAY BE EDMONTON'S NEW v X MAGISTRATE M. Camp- hell, agent m Ins attorney-general in Ihe judicial''district of Macleod, will probably be the new magistrate in Ed- monton, ,to a rumor in this city, today. No confirmation of this report could be procured today, as the Attorney-G-aneral, -C, V. Cross, is in Calgary. Mr. Campbell is known among ihe members of the Alberta Bar associa- tion, as having practised law in this province for several years, most of which has been connected with the AUonrey-General's department. j Melbourne, Sept. serious situ ation has arisen in connection with the fining of cadets who have fai to put in the necessary number drills required by the eompulsorj military service scheme. The lad's arc fined ?2n, and if that amount is not forthcoming they must go to jail Many of parents of the boys, it is said, cannot afford to nay the fines The question has arisen whether the jailing of the boys will not have deleterious effect on'their after life and politicians :are endeavoring lo bring before the government some schema which will d0 away with the imprisonment part of the- penalty. RUSHING PREACHER'S SUDDEN DEATH Palmerton, Sept. W. S. Jamieson, pastor of the- .Methodist church here, died very .suddenly. llegiua, Sask. Sept. weath- er continues and harvesting is being rushed with all possible speed. The wheat cutting is in the last stages and farmers are turning their atten- tion to oats. There has been storm at the wenk-enfl anti farmers are confident that they will reap the best paying crop" In the history of the country. The government esti- mates issued this morning antici- pate a hundred a-nd five million of bushels of wheat and it will near- ly all be of high grade. There hav been aio Jll condition? to cut tin grade- thus "far. A LADY invited to dine, With a youth who called her "Baby Said, "My! yon look He replied in a trice: "AM you've noticed my swell POLO shine." To-day An excellent bill including Captain Barnacle's Messmate A SNAPPY VIVACIOUS FUNNISM OTHER HEAD- LINERS TODAY 3 To-morrow A Real Breath of the Sunny South "Under Mexican Skies" A SWELL DRAMA OF OLD MEXICO COMING' NEXT "Their Lives for Gold" We are advertising this away ahead, for are looking forward to It, and we want YOU to do so as well; when you have seen It you will agree with us .when we say It la TREMENDOUS. "THEIR LIVES FOR GOLD" EEPT ISth and DR. DE VRIES INJOTBRIDGE DUTCH BANKER LIKES LOOK OF CITY AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT A distinguished visitor in the'city yesterday afternoon was Dr. Bonthuls SOME ONE IS PUTTING IT OVER Woodrow Wilson Makes Few Sage Remarks About Lite Tariff New York, Sept. Governor Wil- son made two tariff speeches he-re, one at" the tarilT exhibit and the oil: c-r at an open air meeting in Union Square. At the tarilT exhibit (Jovfir.- imr Wilson said "We are preventing the prosperity of the U. for you will ..ibser-c tlmt articles of American manifac- tlire are sold much cheaper in o-.her countries than we. can luty them, which shows that 'America already is able to compete in" foreign markets ct the same time taxing ourselves." To his auditors in Union Squire, Governor tt'ilson said "I would not advocate radical re- ductions in our tariff schedule if I thought it would interfere with the prosperity of the average Aim- but 1 believe it will double anil treble our prosperity." Governor declared Lrut the main, protected industries paid less wages than the unprotected in- dustries. He pointed to an of from thirty to foriy per r-eiil. the price of meat within the prs while- in the same period ihc price of meat in London had id absolutely still. "Anil, England is not big enough to produce the meat she he said, "but she has to get it from America and South Africa iinl in spite of that she buys American moal in London thirty or forty per cent. clieaper than we buy it in New York. Don't you think somebody iu it over us The Governor then took up wool. "The woollen he said, "in one of the most protected in fcliis country and these people in the mills: in Lawrence do not, on ihe average, draw more than 58 a 'week. You know my telling you, that you can-! not support yourself very Well, much less, a family, on per week, out; these starvation wages from de Vrlus, of Thc Hague, Holland, one of the directors of the Netherlands Mortgage Bank o-f Canada. Dr. H.P I Vrles is making an extensive trl through Western Canada for the pur pose of becoming thoroughly familla with conditions in these parts in orde to ena.ble him to advise his compan; point of, view, of the. -A lean SHOE POLISH A POLO shine is hard mid smtppy can put it on in ii minute and, with an occasional rub up, it will last for a week. Aak your crocoe- or shoenmu for Polish in tho BIG box- blank or tan. Tho tan both cleans and polishes. 13 "Good for Leather- Stands the Weather" and other influential Dutch capitalist; on the desirability of the prairie pro rinces as an investing ground. Dr le Vrie's' visit here aroused much cur osity among local real estate dealers ybo swarmed the corridors of tin Vlexandra Hotel last evening In an effort, to get in touch with the man of finance. The doctor was 'wise and tept himself very much in the back ground with the he man iged to elude his interviewers. Interviewed by Herald A Herald reporter had a lively time if it getting at close ijuarters with he doctor and it was only after one or wo hours' manoeuvring that ho suc- cetleii in gaining access to his much ought after man. Impressed Witli Lethbridge Dr. de Vrics made it quite clear that 10 did not wish to be mis-reported. Dn being aaked as to what he thought f this city and ihe surrounding di rict, the Dr. hesitated for a moment f iu well studied deliberation with he object of sizing up matters care- ully, eventually stating that on hii ri-ival in the city the first thing -inch attracted his optic was the nib lauded Gait Gardens. "These ardens certainly give the visitor a lost favorable impression of your Ity, said the Ur. Moreover, you have makings of a line citj and 1 like 10 general layout of your streets, not .-erlooking the fact that you possess no or two really fine buildings. Yes- jrday I nioi-jred in'company with a lend tjmiigh the surrounding dfc- ict hero on as far as Macleod, and aw one of the Jiest wheat crops it is been my privilege to witness thus on my travels." Dr. dc Vries aiso iok occasion to point out that, he was greatly impressed with the CGII- tkicnco which the people ueetn to re-i veal in the city's future. This was an! important, fact well worth observing, as it meant much iu the future de- velopment of the city. Will Invest Capital 'Oi. ouueti that mere was really no special limit in the amount of capital which his associates would invest in Western Canada, lie would not reach homo agahi until about the of the year, when he would then he in n fair position to mafto recom- mendations for the investing of large siL-iis of Hutch and other capital in tlij i country. do Vrics left thia morning e.srly motor eastwards through the of living were paid in" one of the nios protected industries of America. "Will you hereafter patiently slani still and advocate a schedule K which contains the woollen 1 pi- schedule telling you with brains ii your heads, that thr American work ingman is benefited by the protcctivi tariff x BUSY SESSION IS IN VIEW CABINET HAS LOTS OF WORK TO DO BEFORE SUMMONING PAR- LIAMENT Ottawa, Sept. Evening Cit- izen in discussing the work to bo tak- en up iby the Cabinet Council now that Premier Borden has returned to Can adit, says; "After the tumuh. and demonstra- tion incidental to the return of the Prime Minister terminates, the cabin- et council without delay, will get down to the a IM-H initiation of 'work which awaits its attention. One of the first tilings will be a survey of he situation to deiermin-e what date s preferable for the assembling of parliament. Then a great budget of egisiatiou for presentation to it must prepared. Opinion seems some- vhat divided as to whether the bouse meet In November or only in .lan- iary. The question has not yet boon considered, but will be at once. Of outstanding impc-rtance is the Kival question, and the policy to be determined in connection with it. The 'rentier has made it clear that no ecision has yet arrived at and hat none will be inuil the report of he Admiralty is forthcoming. Thc question of what, If anything, s to be done with the tariff, the re- istribution bill, revision of thfi bank ct, questions of swneral policy, the j Canadian Pacific increase and a j ot of legislation not yet definitely j determined, will require the attention of the ministry. All those things, in tho opinion of many, operate against the opening of an early session. Seven vacancies in the Senate to be titled, and live-elections in Mc- Doimkl and IJichclit-u to be arranged for. Possibly an extra civil service commissioner will appointed and tho future of the pnblfc service com- mission determined. Kverytliing con- frequently points IP tho Cabinet hav- ing .in extremely busy fall. lion. G. E. I'ostpr returns to London in Octo- ber, to attend the sitings of the Im- perial tin do commission. With the exception uf Hon. Sam Hughes ami THE man-who goes a-travelling needs clothes effective-in appearance and suit- able to his purpose. Travelling means hard wear. It also necessitates having clothes of impressive quality, so that die wearer may never be handicapped by an appear- ance open to criticism. FIT-RITE style is the style of the best dressed men. Jt means an exact fit and the practical expression of all that is most refined and worth while in men's dress. FIT-RITE service is for the man of good who wants everything, desirable in clothes, and yet at a moderate price. 'FIT-RITE-garments meet these require- ments. 4 BUCHAN, The Men's Man 406 5th Street South Beside Rochon's CUBA FOR THE CUBANS POLICY NO FOREIGNER CAN ACCEPT CWC OR NATIONAL CON- TRACT iN CvjBA Sept. bill was intro- duced In the Senate yesterday for- bidding the letting of contracts for either national CT municipal work-, ex- cept to contractors who are Cuban citizens. This bill is the outcome of the recent collection of claim of H. Reilly, an American against tbs government of Cuba, for re- presenting the final settlement of the 3tenfucgos waterworks contract. The nil also provides thai in case any oreisners are apparently subcontnict- irs interested in such contracts, they be compelled to sign an agree- nent, renouncing all right to the pro- .ection of the diplomatic representa- ions of their countries. Tho bitter provision is likely to provoke seri- ous diplomatic remonstrances. HEDE BY GREAT RIVAL !R WILFRID LAURIER EXPRESS- ES PLEASURE AT SAFE RE- TURN OF MR. BORDEN TO UNIFY TRADE MARKS London, Sent. Col- onial Office has received orable replies from the Can- adian and Commonwealth gov- ernments to the memorandum issued several months ago, In- viting the Overseas Dominions to pass legislation making for the unification in the Empire of trade mark and patent laws. It is understood that the Can- adian government will .intro- duce such, a measure next 'ses- sion. SPORTY TALI m J. A. pars of the farming country which is' lion. J. A. l.ouphocd. nil of tha Cab- bib rinse attention. iuet are now in the city. Ottawa. Sept. the luncheon o Premier Horden today, after he.had pened tho local exhibition. Sir Wil- i'Id Laurier took occasion to welcome he Premier back from liese terms: "1 avail myself with icry pr leasure of the opportunity given mo, because it. gives nie an opportunity tq tender the welcome of His Ma- jesty's Opposition to fhe Primo Min- ister on his return from Engiuiul. The Prime innister and myself do not al- ways see eye 10 eye, but 1 trust that the differences in the future will not bo so in ihe past. I am glad tho Prime Minister is hark in good ocm'.ition, as he seems to be in, and so ably fit for battle. He seems to survived the dangers of Lon- don hospitality, and the lesser dan- gers of the suffragists' encroach- French astronomers have sailed for Brazil to otacrvc the on Oct. 10th. HE USES POKER TABLE META- PHOR TO DESCRIBE INTER- NATIONAL RELATIONS Ottawa, Sept, A. M. Aitceiis, M.P. for Brandon, arrived here from a trip to Britain and the continent. Asked rcgai-ding the interview pur- ported to have been given by him, in which h-s was tjuoied as saying that King-land and Germany were now in a actual stain of war, Mr. Alkcns says that lie wag both misunderstood and misquoted. What he wished 10 convey, was that bnth nations arc playing a war game. Both have drawn cards, and it is now a mailer of the one out-guessing Uic other as to their respective hands. Should Germany oiico believe thai sho hold the winning hund war bo on. Mr. Ailwns says that it is for Can- ada to take a hand and show ,'Oor- niany that the Kmpire holds an ovor- vrhnlming hand. Then he believes tho Germans woiml leave the table and quit Old folks who need something of ihe kind, 'find most effective without any discomfort Increased doses not needed': 25c. a box at your BANFF GREETS GOVERNOR GEN. H. R. H. AND PARTY WILL SPEND WEEK IN THE NATIONAL PARK Banff, AUa., Sept. Koyai Highnesses are having ideal weather, at least at. the beginning of their so- journ among the mountains loday has been one of bright sunshine. At Cochraue this forenoon, before .the, Royal train left for this the Dfike went for a constitutional, in the course of which he visited the well-equipped little hospital. a couple of the aides-da camp amused themselves by propell- ing a railway velocipede.up and 'down the track. The 'Duchess, who ws.s looking on with amusement, decided tlmt she would perch behind, the two aides thus having a passenger. Prin- cess Patricia secured a snapshot her mother engaged in this diversion. On the arrival here this afternoon, th-a address of 'welcome was read by Dr. R. G. Brett His Royal Highness, in replying. saM: "Gentlemen: I beg you to accept my very best thanks for your loyal ad- dress of welcome to mylielf, t0 the Duchess and to my daughter. Al- though my present journey is devot- ed almost entirely to the duties con- nected with my offices as General, T could, not Banff without making a short stay, devoted entirely to pleasure. I have the most pleasant recollections of my former visit here, and my memory has often flown bacit to the views of tiie great liocky Mountains, frowning down on the beautiful valley of the Bmv river. In a country where so much is constantly changed, it. is pleasant to find a national.pork such as this, which has been set. aside by the wisdom of your legislators, whore hand of man will never bo allow- ed to innr the scenery. I can assure you that it gives niu great pleasure to renew my acquaintance 'with the Rocky Mountains Park of Canada, and my only regret is that I have so sliort a time to enjoy the many attractions which are presented by Banff and its vicinity." Upon the close of his speech .the head of a Rocky Mountain sheep, a magnificent specimen oi tho big horn, finely mounted, was presented to the Duke. Their Royal Highness- ea wero then taken for a after j which they went to the Banff- Hqtcl; 1 which is to lie their home for mainder of the week, ;