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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, 14, 1011. THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HER ALB Page We have been appointed agents for Loth- bridge and district The Security Trust Ca Limited OF CALGARY This company has unlimited funds to loan and has an Advisory Board in this city, .so that loans can be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Go. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP Lots 34 and 35, Block 26, Duff Addition, .near Queen Victoria, Park, on water and sewer, at the pair. Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. ELECTORS OF PINCHER CREEK HEAR APPEAL (Continued from Front Touching briefly upon tlic question j overlap In tingle instance. o! loyalty, Mr. 'llrawry declared his i lhat-nol indicate an understanding wus for saloat r.ny price, hut lie and nn allimiee. Out ol (orty-flvc w'aj wllliiie to exchange sooil Uana-1 seals in Quebec where noniinations (linn wheat for guud American dol-.have there art 32 Conscr- lars-and 'could sec no disloyally in Jvatlvp1-candidates and 13 llourassa candidates. What more proof do rou .Kvfeirlnp. lo the matter of agricul- tural implements, the manager of the .lolm IJecrc (.'a. at Winnipeg was quotnd as saying thai, under tlie pro- posed reciprocity agreement his firm would be able to reduce the price J5 on every harvester they sold, on every mower, J1.50 on every rake, or; every seeder and on every American wagon. And other imple- ment manufacturers would thus be compelled to meet these prices. This would mean a saving of millions of dollars annually lo the Canadian far- demanded the speaker. Korden and Ms supporters claim tho navy is ;t more important ijuestion thnn reciprocity, jet there was no made of tlie navy question in the Conservative platform nei- ther was there a word about the tariff, free agricultural implements, llritish preference, or any of these questions about which the Conserva- li of IIEKIMS A JtKAL DYSPEPSIA C'UKK tlves rire; milking so much noise, lliey believed tliesc things were paramount interest to Die people of Canada why did ihcy not endorse FOR SALE That most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungalow, standing on two 63113th'- St. South (Westminster Terms arranged, The H. MACBETH AGENCY INiUBANCi mcrs. Tile speaker drew attention to the famous t'P.H. window advertisement j .1 Seattle in which it was stated ConscrvaUvcs that the price of land in Canada would increase .1 hundred per cent, under reciprocity. Finally, if the pact was found to them in their 'platform The speaker declared that (he navy question was H'ft out of Horden's platform so could get Bourassa's support. Mr. Bonnet t, of Calgary, had stat- ed that n little adversity was good for the people, and possibly it was, he undesirable' after being a but Mr. Bennett wauled tlic other million wuiv. ni ibi 1 f n i lair trial it could be repealed. .John a verslty. Ucn- HeiTon at heart was opposed to re- ciprocity, am! some time ago he WHY PAY RENT WHEN SUCH PROPO- SITIONS AS THESE CAN BE HAD Six cottage, pantry ma SjntUroom. water-and light, doM In. Price 11660. 1300 cash, balance per month. Tbta nouao is new aud in good condition. North Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE 531 spent half the night in an effort to! convince Mr. Peel ami Mr. Lin ton that reciprocity was not a good thing for the country. If the people wanted the1 pact-thc only sure way of iiciping to get- it was by support- ling Warnock. There was victory in thc air Warnock was going to bti elected hv a handsome majority, con- cluded the ipeaker. Mr. Smith's Speech Mr. .Smith was accorded a rousing reception when he arose to address the large gathering. My regretted tho absence of opposition speakers, but thought there was 'method- in their madness. Their case was such a weak one that ir they presented itT then they would have nothing left lo say on Monday when Warnock .ap- pears in person. If their arguments nett didn't- want to let the Ameri- cans Ret any of our natural resonrc- es. He wanted them kept for thc future generations of Canadians "Von, said Mr. Smith, "Bennett .is not a married man, but he is always talking about 'the gen- erations.-yet unborn.' He ..received died dollars a day when lie was Two Lots on Ernest Street the pair Easy terms akie Kerr Insurance and Coal PHONE HULL BLOCK, A.R. I. Office.. NO INDIGESTION, GAS. SOURNESS OR HEADACHE FIVE MINUTES LATER Tho AH to how long you are going' to continue a stifforer from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, or out-of-oi'der Stomach IB merely a mutter of how noon you begin taking some Diiipep- sin. If yo.ur Stomach Is lacking in di- gestive power, why not help the stom- ach to do Its work, not with drastic drugs, but a re-enforcement of dlges- tivo a gouts, such -AK aiu naturally at work In the stomach. People with weak Stomachs should take a little Hi a pepsin occasionally, and there will bo no more Indigestion, no feeling like a lump of lead In llu; stomach, no heartburn, Sour riflings. Gas 011 Stomach or Belching of undi- gested Food, Headaches, Dizziness or Sick Stomach, and, besides, what eat will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. All these symptoms resulting from a sour, out- of-ordcr stomach and dyspepsia are generally relieved" in five minutes after taking a little Diapepsin. Go to your dr.uggist and get a 50- cent baso of Papts's Diapepsin now, and you will always go to the table with a hearty ami what you eat will taste good, because your stomach and intestines will be clean and fresh, and you will know there are not going'to'be any more bad nights and miserable days for you. They freshen you and make you feel like life ia worth living. grades. Wheat that graded Xo. -1 here would grade No. 2 across the line. Concluding, he made a stirring- ap- peal for or Dr. Warnoc. Mr. I Icrron said lie would suirj.irt a nU4) working-as solicitor for thc C.P.H.. 'reciprocity, but his support would but he u'anlcd the settler in the Lot. for mud) whcn his wholc lonely aback on the prairie to do! narty W11S lo thc meaKlllt! without the extra revenue he would get from his farm produce under the proposed reciprocity agreement. in "If you.Kant to vote for reciprocity, the only, way you can ilo it >s spite of an almost prohibitive tariff j speaker .Canada. last year did four million dollars" ;.worth of business with the United States, "and the speaker want- know if that volume would naturally be considerably increase( under thc conditions of thc pact. Thc speaker referred to conditions in Can- voting "for Warnockl'j declared ..iidii in 1865. aad stated that at that were mmct.urod wouhl r ho nothing left io puncture later on! Mr. Smith said he had spoken in cry constituency in the province of Alberta, but situation here -was different from that in. .any other rid- ing. Thc Issue was reciprocity else- where, hut, it was difficult to tell what it was here. He referred to Dr. Warnock's record in the provin- cial house and askcrtV ".Judging Her- ron by his treatment of the recipro- city question during the past few would he be likely to stand alone and fight the whole government as did Thfi speaker referred to thc case of Lloyd Harris of a Liberal who refused the nomination of his party because he.could not conscien- tiously endorse their--platform. He did not think it- was" right for him to accept the..nomination of his par- ly when he disagreed with them on the reciprocity measure. He acted honorably and Kept out of thc good deal of an- nexation sen timrn t in Canada, and England to devise a remedy for th'i situation 'in that respect, he prescrib- the.cure was effec- tive. Instead of fostering annexation, reciprocity will prevent it. The Favored Nation Clauie Mr. Smith declared the criticism ,p{ the fayorcd nation clause was poor compliment Canadian cour- age, and industry. The Imperial con- ference had assured Lauricr that Can- ada would he protected in that re- spect. Anyway, Canada was at pres- ent competing with all these na- tions now on even ground in the British market, why could she not compete with them in the American market under reciprocity. The Conservatives were making: a lot of fuss nbout the Yankees steal- ing .on'r natural resources under, the cam_ [proposed reciprocity pact. The spcak- Financial, Real and .Insurance AgenU M.cdon.ld Block Lethbridge Do you want to Sell Your Land? I have clients with money who want good buys Bring in your listings at once W. R. DOBBIN, paign. Mr. Smith declared that he man like that, but he did not. respect -John Herron in ,his attitude. Hoth candidates had boon tested. Warnock was tested inH. Johnson, manager of tire Iowa farm, was a vlultor to Raymond on Saturday and reported operations .gain in pro- Kress after tho rain. .Mr. .Johnson Ibis year HOO acres of flax which it Is thought will run from 15 lo 20 bushels to the aero, Kvery fanner who grows flax should consider tho benefit that will I'osuit In the form of Increased value for his flax crop ;IK u result of the passing of tho re- ciprocity Entering the U. S. the duty on iltix. is t'5 edits u bushel. Figuring the Ibwa crop a conser- vative yteld of 15 bushels to the nuro the duty paid on It would am- ount to J1.125. Last year even with tlii-3 duty to pay Inwhels of flax were shipped from Western Ca- nada and sold in the U. S. The duty on this was With duty re- moved this monoy would found Us way Into the pockets of Canadian farmers, The price of (lax invariably rutes higher in the U. S. than Canada, and with tho duty removed the llax pro- ducers of the west would hav-3 open- ed at their very doors an excellent market. The reciprocity agreement provides for thc free entry of Can- adian flax to United States markets. Rev. J. Adam Smith, B.A.. is ,lhe guest uf McU. Taft, Presbyterian missionary. .Mr. Smith is the sky pilot whose plucky attempt to save himself when dropped on th-a prairie with a broken bone two months' ago. was recorded in a late crawl or walk, Mr. Smith Find the'man who will rcfuie tp sell his products to a 0 S baycr who la willing; to pay a higher thin a Canadian buyer, or who will refuW lo buy goods from tiro States when be can savo money by. yo doing, then you have the only poneni of rceiprocHv Raymond topiwd the list In- number of delegate sent to the Sun- day (School convention at Cardston on Sunday bist, the party numbering ,30, Slirling sent 14, Welling 12 and gratli Raymond contributed her share, to; class conceit given in Card stoii last Sattirdiiv night Mayor Young; acted as chairman and the Misses tt'.Hstmi'JK-en and Ursenbach, and Messrs. Urill O'Brien, Borryewa and Ursen'bach contributed to' the musical portion of ihe program, J, W. Verge, of the public school staff, wiis a visitor to New 'Day tori'on Sunday, driving via Stirling with Mr. Talt and returning Sunday Raymond has been fortunate in her coal supply during the strike. Thta week Fettis received a car of coal and C. W. Card and Sons two cars. Stewart Card, agent for tho Imperial pi! Co., ateo pumped a car of oil into his tanks. Gray, wife of Agent Gray of the A. R. and I., is .out of doors this week after a confinement to the house of over three months. Her many, friends ana glad to see craw, or walk, Mr. Smrth slart Sept. to himsel -by grass and. rose bush 4 The w, n ST.-ifc h and for two w-eeks after he was found was without medical atten- tion. The minister has been in Gait hospital, Letlibridg'3, and is now on his way to his home in Gladstone, Man., travelling via Edmonton and Saskatoon. Mr. Smith, who is a graduate In theology of the Mani- toba College Ml class, goes .back to his alma mater in October for post graduate and B. D. w.orlt. Mayor Young has just returned good from thirty days from date of issue. Tlic fane from Raymond he ?28.B5. Mks Sowby, of. Sail Lake .City, who lias boen visiting Miss Honnie Love, left this morning for haf home. Miss Solia Prudencia Sawinda de Villavicencio, who has been staying with Dr. and Mrs. Keillor, left yes- terday-for Calgary, to join Mrs. Bak- er, whose ward she is Prudence's home is in Central America, 'but she from Cardston where Ive acted as j been going to scaool Canada Candidate Having Busy Time with Gratifying Results Macledd. Sept.' following meetings will be held in ests of Dr. nexl'repre- stintative at before the elec- tion: On Thursday, Sont. 14, Mark TJrumm will address a Noble and Monarch, while Win. Turner will hold a meeting at Gloh- Trood and will also speak at Lake the following day. Mr. Turner fcs one of the many staunch Conser- vatives who are supporting ami working- for Warnock on- account ot the manner In which Herron has an- nounced himself. On Saturday, Dr. Warnock with Mr, Turner will apeak chairman for a big musical -enter tainment and attended the Sunday School Convention of. the Alberta Stake. On his return' the Herald man asked him his impressions of southern town, and his answer I was "going ahead." He told of fine For a couple of yeai s Mis-s-Kirkham, who has been visit- ing her brother, G'aorge Kirkham, during last month, left this morning for her home In Lehi Utah J. W. Evans gave a paper at- Sunday -school convention at Card- a ml Hazelmere. Marl speak at Loma on Mon- at Barons Drumm wil day, the same day as Hon. Walter Scott will apeak in Macleod. though it has not yet bteen announc- ed, arrangements are being made to have several other prominent men sneak at the latter me-eting. Turner Will speak at Altenfleld's school on Tuesday -find at Nfithe'u hall on Wednesday. A meeting held tonight in Orfon proved to be au overwhelming suc- cess and the farmers there are solid for tlve pact and AVarnock. Al- though the meeting wns not very ell advertised a large crowd at- tended allt' Mark Uriimm made an excellent speech in siumort of tie Liberal candidate, who will surely poll a large majority here. Many of fhe local Conserve tires and supporters of Herron .IPS al- ready expressing doubt, as to Herron being victorious, and 'good reasons they have for dqing so. MEDICINE HAT BUDGET OF NEWS Medicine Hat, S-ept. skelfi- on thought to. Jje the of some old Indian chief who defended the western plains against the white men's invasion, was discovered by workmen in excavating today. The body had evidently beer, burled n a sitting position. Besides the Jen da attached to the cars and neck were the tomahawks and oth'ar relic-3 of Indian warfare. B. F. llainson, of Carlstadt, paid ffi and costs for working n horse without previously advertising the of the sftme. Twelve laborers arrived in (he city last evening to work in the C. U. car shops. Afi'ar being Inform- ed that the uhops would not be lo- cated here as yet, they departed for shoo! me, sir. one condition: hat you lell me how you got Jn vithout waking wife? nan "v; win ui aillHiay '.aCnOOl CUIlVUllllUll ILL Vill lr residences and 'business blocks, of j sfon on Sunday on "The pioper on cement walks and gravity system of servance of the Sabbath Day." The waterworks, and new electric light plant. The mayor also spqko of Cardston's crops. While ha-3 he-sn noticed from frost, show has beaten down the grain, tiiting cutting one way. Wheat is ripe and when cut will make a good notwithstanding the sulvert'i weather" conditions und-er which it has been harvested. Steven L. Richards, of the gen-aral board of Salt Lake was a vlslt- Herald coriyspoud-ant offers tho geBtion that 'Mr. his in Raymond. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The body of a man supposed to ha J. AV.' MncDougall, of Winnipeg, a travelling salesman, was found in bis room at a Broadway, Now hotel last night. Gas was escaping from au or at Raymond Saturday last oa his j jctt way to Cardston, whei-a he was a, ,lodney Dicgie; former aergeant-aU delegat-e to the Sunday School con vention. Mr. Richards was met at Stirling by Raymond Knight, who in It Is new forty horse, power Mc- arms, of Ohio state senate, recently convicted of aiding and abetting m alleged bribery of SUte Senator L F Andrews, today was sentenced; to serve three years in penitentiary: Laughlin Buick took him to Cardston. Mr. Knight ran thc car himself and his passenger has no oml of praise for the way it was man- icd on the muddy roads. The Knight Sugar Co. last week received twelve car loads oC hmiber from Cran'brook for use 'in granaries on their farm lands in the vi- cinity of Raymond. With the 12 cars of lumber came also six car- toads of cokta from Blairmore for burning In tlve company's, lime kilns. In the two kilns aboiit twenty tons of lime rock will be '-burned daily to provide lime and generate sas for ihe carbonaters, in the process of ingar manufacturing. By the way sonivi of the opponents of reciprocity talk one would think it was a new field altogether that IE j being opened to Canadian produce, when as a matter of fact the j Stales has for years hteen one of heaviest buyers. It is -simply a i-.iac of making an alreaay neat and f liable market still more pri-'ifiiblo j the seller by thu removal of il.-.i lltlPS. Monday, Tuesday nnrl Wedncsd -y of noxt week. Sept. IS, Ifl ami 10, are Hie -days and dates of Raymond's annual exhibition in con- lection with the Agricultural Society. A prize list of is offered and entries In1 nH the deparliwentu close Sept. Jfith at 8 p.m. Bntries should be put in early ami'may hn 3 closo to eft with F. T. Holt, j 3 irer at his offlre in the town hall. !0 2 Special Two lots on Seventh Ave. S. First-class site for residence The Cascaden L and Co. Room 3 Macclonald .Block. Some Snaps For Quick Buy "d Considerable dissaUsfactio rjtlff( at each leen expressed by the local sportnjsi feet on lane, close In, it the inconvenience of sending to; for -eth'bridge for shooiing license. It s understood that, a local business nan applied for authority to issue hem hut that authority was not giv- Raymond has sports enough to vnrrant the iBBUlng of shooting H: :cnses without, the applicant having o go to Lethhrldge. A gang of telephone men from -ethbrldpe are at work within the osvn lilmit'j, stringing .a new long Itelnnce wire for Raymond's flxclus- ve uifl. Much annoyance hni been iccaaloned lelely by the dlfflcully in icing able la gel the northern city readily, -but thlii will be obviated -by he special wire from thc sugar own. _ Street, water and sewer, at each THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. ;