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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Sflpteinber THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pajje 7 LIBERALS WILL GAIN FOUR SEATS AUEAST IN WEST Reciprocity Will do it-Conservative Have Lots of Money-Toronto Star Which has Proved Accurate Prophet Says Buchanan Will Win That the Lauricr government will t procity is what will do it. Red Deer. :ome iiutik at least four seats strong-' Stratheona, and Victoria will return cr from Western Canada tile present Liberal members. viction of a member of The Star Almost a Solid Delegation torial staff, who has just returned I .Saskatchewan has nci ilolllits at all from a trip to Victoria. In cVcryUs to whether reciprocity is gooiv for 'one of the four western provinces (lie battle cry of larger markets (or Uan- the people of that province, anil they are figuring on' semlini; practically a Th e Let fib ridge Millin e ry Co. invite all ladies to at- tend their Fall Millinery opening on All the Newest Ideas Shown L. A. Scott Manager ariian producers is likely to result in j.solid delegation lo Ottawa to vote, the gain of one or more seats for reciprocity. H S. Lake, the on- IjirjC-ral psruy. }ly Conservative in the late house Present and Future that province, is to lie sacri- The present standing in the recent j (iced in Qu'Appelle. Saskatoon Con- house ami ihr, prohablc standinp; after jservatives are confident they are so- the elections, arc approximately as ine lo bcnl George K. Mcfrancy, and flrance yesterday of an' i n de- Laic House. Future, pemlcritfarmer's candiiiiite into the Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta i British Columbia Yukon 18 1.7 22 13 In Hritish Cnlurabfn, where there is lone Liberal member constituting fight in the person of E. I.. Haumunk may_help them, although ilfet'rancy last ha'd a huge majority. At Ihe Saskatoon Liheral convention, wliich the .reporter was fortunate n.enpujjh'to was only one, "jarring: note. A.'tanncr delegate aslc- eil on.behalf of Jiis district that Mr. MeCrahey, .ifSelected, would lent! his fl'uence- in favor ol direct legisla- :His Majesty's Loyal Opposition, and 'initiative .referendum, and where there'were .only 'two Liberal! recall; ateolutcly re- do conleadiny; that the legis- thn countrv on I members oi the Dominion House -just fused' "lo do contending; i dissolved, one would natm-ally was; giving dir [to find depression in the Liberal' I la'tini'i 'fi appealing to the c 'ranks. Hut not so. "The nan.e nf reciprocity. So far as the recall was Richard Mciiriile is not 'as, sure a name to conjure with in this prov- concerned, the people had the oppor- to rpca" hil" if thc.v ince as SOUK of you easterners seem protahly accounts for I to said a prominent Vancou- j th" P.'rsencc in ihe liel.l ra Mr. Bau- Uer Conservative. He is not is a pro-reciprocity So- jpopular a (inure in British Columbia flialist. wi" Aiii- as Sir Wilfrid Under is in all Can-1cric'1" volc- Mr llcl.ean, the adn. True, he swept the province .In j C'onscrvnlivc paniiiilate. is a young the last election, but it was not very popular'" Saskatonn lawyer, cause his personality appealed to. the tllp nnv complications that popular Imagination, as ,Sir an even chance of does. It was hccausc he had a pro-! gressive railway policy to I The Manitoba Line-up people, ami the sure-way. to get--a' In Manitoba .the strength of the westerner, to do what.- you. want iit .lo j provincial ConsanMivc oiler him a railway. Rven ami the defection of the hie is lending his influence to help Mr.; lion. Clifford .Siilun is ftoins to make in this fight, there is no iask of I lie Liberals in holding For A' Thai An' A' That MT. .ET.-NA-.IS IN ERUPTION Galauia, Italy, Salt. Etna .is showing a revival of activity. The Ji-'tn'a craters have opened ahout S.OOO :Iooi. above "the sea. level. An im- "for A' That an' A' in op- position to reciprocity. Another D. A. S. in the city has 'n'eeil accused o! son io expect another sweep in this province. Conservative I would not A certain .D. A. S. on Saturday in the morning paper published a parody nieiJse. cloud, of emoke is visible over .tetna-niui uallea are being, erupted coiltiuuoiialy. Freouciit earthquake shocks .occur at intervals and can be .felt in all thfi villages .where the inhabitants are greatly alarmed. Be Sagacious ;'PROMPTITUDE is what i.s required when you become troubled with COLIC, STOMACH CRAMPS, CHOLERA.HORBUS, SUHMER COMPLAINT, OR ANY LOOSENESS OF.THE BOWELS COMPREHEND that for over 65 years DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry perpetrating the said parody. lie de- nies the allegation and submits i.hc following as an expression of his views on the matter: "For a' That an' a' That (A parody on Burns' poem without apologies to any person) I For Reciprocity ye ken, j We've ta'cn the field an' a' that, j Oor fortunes noo we're boun' tae men' fre-ar trade an1 a' that. For a' that an' that, J muckle niair tluui a' that, i Oor jiolitics will help us fix" j jThae tariff wa's an' a' that. j itlagrath says, Vote against the Kpftp tae an1 a' thnl. "Lei. wee! eTieuch ye mln an' a' that Kor a' that an' a' that, I KVn Bourp.asa an' a' that, j An' Harden foo wi' ruin blue, I win the flcbt for a' that. has been used in thousands of families for all these complaints, it ml ire. have yet to hear of u case it has not cured. When you go your druggist, or dealer and they try to give you one of the cheap substitutes, insist on having "J3r. Fowler's given you. Price 3oq. .Aboot the an1 a''that Tae heat MM pad an' kill the net j Tltnt brings us wealth an' a' thai. Kor a' that an' a' thai, Conservatives an' ;i' that i on Co., Limited, appears.'on1 the wrapper, we are t.ho aolo ihamifHCtureri. Lethbridge Monumental Works See our work. .Get our prices. A grnls NViinlx'd. A II kinds of marble slab work. Simpson Needs Works Stli i St. South. j or two seats. The Oraiid1 Trunk I'y- cific is going to help, and reciprocity is no' as unpopular in this province .some would have 3-011 believe." Victoria to be Liberal From oilier sources both Liberal and Conservative, it ha.s been learned thai; it was considered certain that, tho government would retain Como.v-Atlin and .Xanaimo, and that Victoria City, which went, Conserve live last time by 13 only, woisld re- turn to the.Liberal column. In 'Van- couver City ,1. K. ScnUIer is very popular, and although he is tackling Hie biggest Conservative majority' in I ho province, some are optimistic enomrh to believe that he lias a fight- I ins chance to beat (T. H. Cowan, the isitlinc member, who, it is said, has HOP! ground with the, electorate. One (cannot, help admiring the courage of I V.r. fienkler, who is setting out to jnpset a majority of If Victoria is redeemed in the face of the splen- didlv orgmiizcd machine and the present Lilieral seals are the Liberals will have done well. Coiiiing one province eastward, one j finds that the smoke has not all Sirtons his awnj. frnm pf i the liiithcrfoul [government in the cur- ly ninths of The Liberals are split, in fidnion'lon. j Hut Mr. Oliver n reporter that, I he was goinp: to win out by n plural jity that would surprise his oppon- en is, and so far as the n! I man could gather from maiu twenty-first the prognostic-! j lion is ahoui riphl. Mis maioritvl iast time was Anolhei tiling, it 1ml will hurt Mr. Oliver is lint tliei'n Alberta has not got a rail- wny to take Ihe place of tlui one j which fell Ihe Kutherfoid minimi. The personality of H. H. He tint tt is MKely to holt! Calgary in the oniei vative column, though the reciprocity issue is goinp to help Shrrii Wart, who is put HUE; up a vigorous fight, and has a chance. Seat Herron and Magrslh -Yoo Clfffori ClfiCS, Hut his pile an' a" His moneyed int'rest treads his toes, An' ybies 'at pact an' that. For a' that an' a' thru, I''or Bennett, Ilordon, n' that, j Tho farmers noo will rout (he crew An' win the pact for a' that. both prominent, wcll-io-do-fanners who do to TlitMi there us a large for- CORSETS are made for every type of figure the tall, tie short, the slender, trie moderately plump and trie each, easily yet firmly, to the fashionable lines of the newest styles." Get the model suited to your figure and a perfect fit is assured. ASK tor a la Grace" at ths best stores. Write for naw style book to Crosipton Corset Company, Limited, Toronto. Hard Fight in Brandon writer was in Urandon oiis to the nominations, and lie was were driving last Satuidav iyJLi WO suddenly encountered an autonu the Liberals have put up a far- mer in Mr. A. Hill, while the! Conservatives have nomiualed a strong city man in Mr. J. A. M. Ai-j kens. Mr. Siiion's mllucuce will un-j Mr, and .Mrs. Peter Isaacacn, -senr., Coh-ille, Wash., are sliakiiu is with old neighbors, as theyar I their then- way friends. ir farm in and are on to Minnesota, lo visit old douhlcdly carry a number voles to. the anti-icciprocity H. Varholt, from Pelican Uapids, 111 In Darrhill, to look after his Intcr- in thu farm he a ccnplc of whole, it looks as if i he'years ago. government well drillers have pnlicd their drilling n's, and are Roinp to move it m Sundial. They have completed the well hero in Barr- M'unh? They Sa> fis Liberals will have rejison Io he proud if they succeed ,m holdins? llrantion. Provencher wight to slay in the Liberal column, and reciprocity be the reason for Li and Mactlonald possibly transferring Tho cutilim was in good dhnpe be- ieir allegiance Id tiic l.aurier jrov- fnrc tho rain stnrtcrl, but ihe fanners eniMieni.. .Mr. -L If A-shdown, who were forced to rniit on account of rain. On some ftp Ids th-aro .wore lillionaire three bindcrj aj work. Wintori Brothers have c-'M. (be field Uicir.fnthov'r. placn, and on John has twice been mayor i anil is thn first" wrslern to turn philanUirnpisl, is cuasidcml io I.M-C hope of bcnlini; Mr. IKi-'art. thoy imobile. The horse, becoming frightened tuin right around, both gen- tlemen out. of the rig. Mr. Kuthven escaped unhurt, but we are sorry to relate thai: '-Mr. Fil'lneber had ribs brokon and was alao badh shal en up. He is at homo for the pre- sent with Robert RiHhven, and we witii eareftil nursing he will soon he able to be around again. Mrs. Geo. Cas.ner entertained a few of her friends at rliiinnr on Sunday lais I. ,lde Brooks went to Lethbridge on Tuesday last. The threshing is expected to start next waek, and we understand it will lake -several outfits to do the thresh- ing at Barney, RECIPROCITY OR RESTRICTION? atonnan's place. j .Mrs. Wiiuori is still on Hie sink MisL mav damapc from frast ha-3 country. BARNEY NEWS ANOTHER D, A. S. gone to North Have Barrels of Money Tin1 re arc two things slishily upsi't I In- calculations in Liberals of tin; wcsl, and rcsuil in j .sonic siirprisps. One is the fad that! ihe western Conservatives ni'vi-r were .so well prnvidcil wilii campi'iRii funds j Mr. Homey, Mr. K. T. Odmark, .Mr. ,is (h''j aic- Ihix yi-ar, and III? oihcr John Ochnurk jjnd Mr. are is that ihcrc will bft thousands upon jmrchasing a cajoiine ciiRino to rlo Caiiifton. had been a great thou.sauds' of foiiME'icrR who have not 'hfir own tlin.'ohins. learned thai the rifiht to cast a ballot is- a sacred thintr. "What is ihe reason fnr your belief I ha I you will hiwil .MfCraney was asked ji I'mistTvativi- in iiu- at certain poriotls, ranks. Quick as ;1 Hash came" Ihe answer, "we have so inucli more inone.v, and are iiettcr than we were before." When Ihe geslion was made, that Ihc ninney Ciinm from CiiHfern inaginle.s, he; .sonu.-v.hat indignant ir denied that. such was Ihe case, anil said thai S.i.s-i kalchcwiiN ''oiihervatives hail put up j nid she advised me as to how' 1 inkham's Vc.yelaldu hoped lo reduce Mr. McCi'iinrv'.s Cured by Lydia E. Pink- ham'sVegeiabieConipound suITurer for live years. Ono doctor told me it; was ulcers of tho and another told me it was a libmid tumor. Xo one knows what J suf- fered. 1 would ahvavs be anil never was regular, and I IIP he a r i n g-d o n j I was very ili in j llHMloc.tor j tulil me would have, have an i pcra Lion, and j thai I mifflit flio Hcuvil; takorn frr a Tov, 'ir. Mrs. Fred had the visit ihrir homo lr.-.u week with finp baby hoy. A. Kfitneher am! C. H. lluth- J, A. dime, Conservative member for North Simcoe. speaking in the Jioucc of Cora- December 17. (R vised llansnrd, P. "The Americans send thou- sands of bushels of- potatoes into Canada because their po- tfito crop ripens -jarlier than ours, and yet the .Canadian far- mor-o in Xow I trims wick arc. practically prohibited from E-jnding potatoes into the Un- iicd Pialce." 1 cry should vote for reciprocity. riiiiVjgi T When you want to clear your house of flies, see that you get tike VMU 1 oinpoimd 1 hi 1 toi personal hii: majority, lie said he could it tin; best medi- n10l. miiit f in fnr fMinl.. irmihli-s, fur il Iras nnrcil me. nnd I did not liavo hnvo Ilio nficr nil. The liolpcrt me ivliild .lolm Ili-rron's liclnlnl CiKinp' of l.iml hi fnvor of reciprocity, the J.KTITIA Ciiniftnn. Ontario. I nicmlicr fu.m Mnolenn j l.yclia 1C. I'inklianrs V.'ffelalile Tom. j i is likrlv to tii-iiirii, fr-r wrxt-! pound, ociilc Troin roots am] licrlis. >rn farmer I hi11 I lerron's i" sinvi'ssfnl i reinedv forciirniL'I.he worst forms of .vntn for recinrocity would be 01 no' female ills, indudinjr displaivim'nts, v.'iliit1 a Tory in liiilajnination. fibroid tumors, irrcj'u- pains. iKinkaehi', vote, wjiieh hail piniousiy gone solid iof Mr. powi-r. A. liiiclmiinii, mi old Tn- ronio man. evpeets ,.ko scalp of Hie popular incmhc: for lint a trille I I! Iry it. a nd I he result AN AVIATOR'S NARROW ESCAPE "fill, tlm KiiBllbh nvinlor. ilrnpprd In. to ocean 150 ynrd.s oti Iti-ifchtori while mailing a night v.illi llitmminiil as a pLysmiRer lliiii aller- ilor.n, and liolli hnil a narrow escape j from (IrmvnhiK. Two other .ice.ldc'iitfi Imitations are always unsatisfactory. Moticine Mai, U. A. Magiath. Heci- i illso occurred bin neither was ;