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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 10.1.1.' LETHBRIIW.F DAILY HKKAW MAJESTIC THEAmE W. I. SMf.HMAN, Manager. (44. TO-NIGHT MYSTERIOUS A Dn and Ihe Man of My.teryCo. THE SHOW THAT'S OlFFtRENT CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EACH EVf.NING 2 HOURS Of LAUGHTER AND MYSTERtY 2 HOURS HE SPECIAL PRICES 25c 35c 50c, MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B, SHERMAN, Manager. FRIDAY. .SATURDAY, 15 Hi SPECIAL ENGAGEMFJNT MB. PAUL tt J LOBE IN HIS NEW YORK .AND LONDON SUCCESS "The Mummy and The Humming Bird SATURDAY NIGHT: SAM LEE ORIGINAL I.VEW YORK PRODUCTION -OF CLYDE FITCH'S GREATEST COMEDY "The Bachelor" A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION' THE LUMBERMEN OF BRITISH Peter Lund Kcpllus to A. 8. Lumbermenlo the a Square Deal The Herald received the letter given from Pater of deal for the in- .'iiwtry in Hritish Columbia on u mat- ter of so vital interest to their own constituents. What Uurler Did .Majestic patrons are cvrUlnly get- d all that was claimed for him by For Skin A Trutmtnt Co alt II Provide. ln( Tuitti Mircbia! Irivin To Despair I; "F HIM soen on tlie rger crowds lire flti Wo liavo st Ki'uylfh white ointment with ii ploiiRiH odor thai cltin life, which we believe is the best rem; cdy for the relief of skin It is especially'orflcRi'tous for___..... Ing in all its various for rat, ringworm, acne, plmplen. blotches, sect bites, tetter, ccctaln of, irlrers, sores and wounds. It It prosperity and comfort, n ondt'iivor- T ro- hig to bring aboct the nececsar ller .ashed for hy Hie fannurs, 'they also had In mind, mid did. when making -up the reciprocity schedule. not only place the Canadian luinher-l SEATS ON SALE AV ROCHON'S STARLAND FATHER AGAINST HIS WILL EXPOSLfcRE OF THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC COWBOY AND INDIAN FRONTIER CELEBRATION SONG "My Mother Needs Me Now" Sung by R. E. WILLIS I.IUIK u.. uimjuiift u y ior i.anaflian rnm-a-uves winaiwayscure Mead- i ti i -i i i i BKiimrncturers an jilmost unlimited aches, Indigestion and all Stomach and "llich al'e lm of'.exfteptioitnl anything by U. C., a promlnont lumber- rimn who though a ConservaUve, IB acifvely .supporting reciprocity, in the letter Mr, Lund explains clearly tho attitude of the lumbermen of Brit- ish the reciprocity issue. The letter rands as follows: Wardner, B. C.. Sept. 12, IfUl. Kdltor Lcth'brldgo Herald: listening lo the tiDwuhe-3 'made in Cranbrook last night by Mr. lioodeve and others, I noled thai' Mr. tioodevc especially referred to ;i re- solution passed by somebody repre- senting tbe lumber interests of Brit- Ish Columbia, asking that a duty be j ulficed on roiifih lumber entering Can- Industry on an equal footing with I 4U4 UJfJ >IM11U UI1U nda from the United Stated I'bo Industry in the United Slates, but) madc'of I would like to obtain that more by opening up for Canadian j "Frim-a-tives" willalwayscure Head- was prior to the framing1 up of the now proposed agreement, and at a time when the lumbermen In Canada were at a big disadvan- tage, by fhe Canadian market' Vein's open for tire free importation of. rough lumber and tire American market closed against Canadian rough lum- ber. Copies of the resolutions refer- red to were mailed to Mr. Goodeve and other members from British Co- lumbia and also to the leader of the opposition at Ottawa, asking them to use their influence in procuring legis- lation that would nlace the Canadian lumber industry on an fooling with that of the United States, either in placing on lumber shipments from the United States a retaliatory duty, or in removing the present duty "on Canadian lunvber entering the United. States. TMNTBK.Onl. Jan. ,9th, ,909. j Ill, growing stunt is surely 1 "I was .1 dreadful sufferer for many a! moc' wonderful acts over j Wo arc so positive this ointment ll years from Stomach and Liver Trouble sep" bore. H Is not an illusion, but .unequalled .that we olfcr it with greatest suffering was from absolute reality. His work with a [distinct understanding lhat' it after again-no more l.eadacbcs-aiid I !ar" on ai Oonfeoiioirc'fy ja refreshing souse of relief, and be threw my glasses away. [store. and tomorrow even- 'Cause of ils germ destroying power, It "Krnit-a-liv-is" not only cured my closes their engagement her... [eradloales tho germ or parasite which headaches, hut completely cured me of all indigestion, Hid restored me to perfect health again." W. J. McCOMl! market-for our rouiili lumber, and at Ihe same time maln- .Mnlntr for tho hundreds of Canadian factories a duty almost compelling the Americans to confine I heir impor- tations to the rouch unfinished nro- ducl. that must necessarily be fur- ther manufactured in iln's country be- fore bacomins of jieueral commercial j value. '-v The lumbering'Industry of Canada, in EDite of this reciprocity agreen being passed, continues at disadvantage, inasmuch as to cent, duty is being added to practically all the machinery' and equipment used in the production of lumber in Canada. If it is purchased in the United Slates, the Canadian government collects the tax; if man- ufactured in Canada, the American rnnnufacturftrB who have established I "Bowel Trouljles. 5oc. a box, 6 for ?o I -_ ii 1 size, 2.5q. At all dealers pr from Limited, Ottawa. eczema and many other erup- itlons. It quickly allays tho inflam- AT STARLAND Imation, sives protection to the Inflam- Today's program' brings a coinpleto r.'1 and helps restore healthjr change lo this .beauty .ibeaire, Inlro-i 'ss'.'c' active in re-, lancing many new features all of i i.niiainn certainly cannot lose trying it. would not are ill SWEET VALLEY Anionfi the town visitors u.i 11 j it. o wouiti n merit. One at those, remarkable make (his offer except we a :bln features, which lias made the .-positive Itexali Kczema Ointment v. I name of lhat film company famous Isatisfactorily oeneflt yon. Two slzcf, Ihrouglioiit.lhe motion world, Bemembiir, you can will Ire presented iu Show Girl's i0nly H at our Ret- Stratiigem." 11 te a-droma-with a bir Store' J-'a "Wnbolham Co.. human appeal, stirring the hearts The private replies received in this branched on this'skfe of the line col- connection, from our lect H it> no one at Ottawa, were in all cases to effect that the Conservative party, or any other party, could not consistent- ly and successfully alterant to letls- Inte against free importation of rousrli lumher, as the settlors Western Canada would not aceept my tax jigainst this commodity, and therefore neither .Mr. Gooueve .nor any of his colleagues .it Ottawa raie- ed' their voices on the question of obtaining relref or of obtaining a EUREKA THEATRE TO-NIGHT Better Moving Pictures than ever before A BURIED PAST A Picture with a Good Moral O, YOU CLUB MAN Very Laughable I WAS HE A COWARD A We.stei'ii Drama BABY SHOW Prices lOc 15c MOHAMED ALIMIRZA NOW A FUOITIVi: Tehcrs n, Persia. Sept. The ie.- lioiM'Shfh, AM 'Silrzi HttempL to re-establish himsfelf on the throne lias met. with jnany rft- verse's, is reported to be in full 'flight to iuve reacted Guraesn Tuiie with seven fonpwel-3. Guniesn Tepe IK tile pvt on tho Caspian where e.v-Shah landed last July on his ad- venture against the reigning Shall. A Jnrgo amount of gold cflptnred from tlie.rebel lender, Aarslmded lias .been delivered treanurcr-gencral. to the Persian umil A. -Kcyburn will undertake transcoijtlneniRl aeroplan-a flight for the prize, starting rroin New York and mapping out a course to Franciscu. CLARESHOLM NEWS Sept Clares- crenmery is now eompletcd and will soon he in full blast. That the fsrimers are rapidly coming lo. sec wlwl a. benefit the creamery will bo to: diem is instanced hy the action of it prominent farmer living close to town who has purchased a herd of -i purr! bred cows, partly .Isrseys am lily SliortilornK Ai.very enthusiastic meeting In sup ponUof Dr. AVaruock was held at Five mileiEchpol house on Saturday night Thft iadvantages of reciprocity wei' laid] down iu speeches hy li.W. Brown Iceland .T. K. Watt, L. W. Davis oc cinijyinj; the chair. was .hull- completed for the polling divis tonjof Fnirvicw. This mTelt meetings will Ira held at Trout Creek. Larson Creek. Prairie Valley aut Miic. X. iUowat. chairman of the Rid ncjj Liberal Association, was here on and spent some timo con. ferbing with the local Liberal com- miljtee. He thten went on to Granum Dunbar, manager of the Un- ion iJBanlc of Canada in Okotoks, was viewing In this week end. H.J Duncan, editor of the Claresholm preached In the Methodist chun Ali on Sunday evening. in McDonald and wife have lak- housekeeping in town In the ;nce lately occupied by Gnrdo Gettf. Mr. ArcDonald IK to go into mhlp with .Tflmen Price. young Rmpcror of China was only "kid" in the empire to at' ift'chool yesterday. It was Mis '3 "rat day at his leuson and alhnr child was granted a holi- day iojcelobrato event. SERIOUS REVOLT IN JVEST CHINA Not Directed Against the Foreigners; Railway Policy Objected to ehone; Kiang, Western China, Sept. serious rebellion has occurred in, the. district of Cheng Tu. Soldiers refuse to obey orders and ate trying fto bring torcc against, the govern- ment control of railroads. Business has been suspended, and unless the uprising is stopped it may lead to a general rebellion. Conditions are pre- carious. Missionaries arc'concentrat- ing here. Four foreign gunboats pro- Vide protection. Cheng Tn is quiet. The uprising is not at present dircct- cd against foreigners. This is the first direct cable dispatch from Chons; Riling in tliu heart of western China since the recent alarming reports of 1 the native uprising and danger to a; large number of American mission- aries located In that rcmnto section of ilm empire. For many days all corivmunicfition has been cut off from the disturbed district, .as much! was sit tin; time of the Uprij- irig.. .The American government; has st-nt warships under Admiral .Murdnck up Vang.Tsc Kinng to the vicinity of the disturbances. can say that high class skilled labor Is 'being paid higher wages in Wosf- ern Canada than it is in the United -States. This, and similar charges, must necessarily come out of the pockets o( the consumer, without in tho least enhancing f.he nnsifjor. or the producer or industrial workman. The lumbermen of Canada are, however, Dig enough to recognize 'hat they must have industries in this and do not, ask to be .protected to the extent that other industries are, but do ask that they receive an -even break for their, product in available and accessible markets of the world. P. LUND. HLHI DLWI cj VI fJlllJUine UlilL ill collated in Calgarv. Fortunately he "ls raled was unhurt. ne cowboy and Indian Frontier norlha Shirley has to L'othbridgc, visiting her sisters, and attending Fair. The little Tiine-nioiiths-old dauar.- ter of -Mr., and Mrs. Dlifty died last Sunday at their home. The body was taken to for burial. The gasoline well outfit is still drill- ing for Mr. Rickett. "T m h'e SaTdTce I other leaders In moral reform move- KUBELIK Kubellk, the world's greatest violiii- 'aported in the neighborhood. jist, will give a concert In the faome cases of whooping cough are ,-iiy the direction of .Mr. Frank Buckingham, Nov. 2-i. Tlie celebrated Bohemian violinist... playing a program rich iu variety and I attractive in each selection, is a ihae- P. R. AGENT AT SPOKANE with his marvelous technique haa" grown an Interpretive power which enables him to reveal the Inmost thoughts, to lay bare the deepest souls of the great comiwsers. In fact. w'Jll as being mechanically perfect ob his instrument .he has learned right to be called the spokesman of lieethoven, Bach, Handel, Mojirt, gnninl, Ernst and Wlonlankjr. IIIi magic violin is their voice, from itai sounding hoard vibrates their feeling and emotions. Kubciik's program for this city is well calculated to.demeri- strata the character of his gifts. ing alternately classic and romantic. it. runs tho gamut ot sensations and extreme capacity of his violin and of la own latent and achievement. TRANSFERRED TO CHICAGO .net lhat will draw all jrenulne music, Monu-ea'l, Sept. is announced lovers. The most sensational lllm to touch by the C. P. II. that Geo. A. Walton :'st of the las been appoint-ed general agent of i I'aganini. the g-cnllls who malcas. his the iKisseugor department with his I instrument laugh; cry, sob. siirf and office at Chicago. .Mr. Walton was.'command at will, the musician who previous to this appointment general i sways his audience as if it were part agent of the passenger department of his spirit Irang, all this and more, with office, at Spokane, Washington. lit is small wonder lhat ICubelik'8 A heavy fog prevailed in Chicnso for twelve hours and caused great in- convenience to navigation and land traffic on Sunday. "LAURfER WIN" So Says A. D. Chrsholrn, President of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange 'Minneapolis, .Minn., Sept. D. Chisholrn, president of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, was in M.nneapolh, yesterday. He is fn close touch with the .loliticnl situation in Canada, and i-s of the opinion that Premier Laur- :er and reciprocity will win, "The great agricultural area of Canada is strongly in favor of its passage, although In cities, such an Winnipeg, there -is n strong Mr. Chisholm said. "But lie result is likely to show R largo representation of Liberal in em tore rom the provinces In the n-axt iwrlla- "At the present time there are tisis vieing contested for wear, of -.nku Of these IS arc now .il'eral, but after the election 'I cc; (o see the ratio 22 n Innservntivea, n. gnin for of representatives. "The campaign ifi ono of Uio moat lomenfoiiit the Dominion har. hud. nd hs 'being fought vigoroiraly by olli pnrlies. Thcfo is, in my mind, but ono outcome, and that 'ho retiirn of tho Lmirior govern- out." PLAYER Navy Cut Cigarettes Popular arette. ;