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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta II, Mill. mi: DAILY HERALD- On Bawden Plan THE ABILITY of a large store like the Bawden Bros, store to completely equip a home to supply everything to give to the home the proper atmosphere of comfort and beauty to present ample variety in everything, making it unnecessary to go from shop to shop, is one of the factors that is making this store such a success. Our Stove Department ate to, secure the agency for the Peninsular Stoves and Ranges. These stoves are a high grade line, and in order to introduce them, we have priced same at very low figures. See our window for display. Our Drapery Department latest in Draperies. Dund's and Monk's Cloth for Portieres and Window Hangings, 50" wide, in, four colors, from 50c a yard up Art Scrims in very fine selected patterns. These are "classy" goods. From per yard up Our Furniture Department sire to furnish your home complete, call in and we will show you how to do same with a small cash outlay. Our books are open to all worthy persons We Handle Heintzman Co. Pianos Mount Royal College, Galgary, have purchased four and are going to use Heintzman Pianos exclusively. THERE'S A BA WDEN Lembridge's Greatest 'Home Furnishers 7093rdAve.S. Phone 625 BORDER' HAD BIG HOUSE hall, which also wa-a fully taxed, Halirax.iSgpt. R. L. norrlen divided hfe thr.o between di two meetings in Mr. Horden will sjjeak night. One was proposed for filled befoi-a Ibo hour and tin -c- llnw m eel i UK took place in BROTHER'OF JAMES Comes Out Strongly for the Reciprocity TO "I am .heartily in favor 3rri clati rooms) 2nd clan (1 clais reciprocity. So far as I can see, men who are tho fight ngninsi 'it. art; i .LONDON tain millionaires of the city of Toronto. It will .he a ini'v thing for Canada. I win 1 i 1 1." i-' no man to charge tu-a with CaiiiHlian ing weak in my loyalty to MOfJUHN STEAMERS 'I'NBXOl't JJ'.D British Empire, and this cry .is one of HKJ most foolish presenJcd to tho Infornmflon ami Tickets Mr. Albert Whitney, liny local Aft-Mil, or of Sir .tallies Whitney, H. 11. ini; at. the Liberal Can. Agl. Can. I'lVfiColt, Suplwrn-bor 445 Main St.. Winnipeg, -PHONE MAIN fl. LEADING BRITISHER DEAD London. Sept. Rt. Hon. Kdinmul Jtobartsoii, first Baron Ixicb- ce of (lowrie, died today. Me was born In 1S-15. Baron Lochce was Llh- feral M. P. for Dundee from ISS5 to jllion. Ho was civil Lord of Ad- mil-ally, to iSflo, and secretary to tho Admiralty, 3905. .In Toronto railway circles It" was given out Hint Vice President William of tho Canadian Pacific rail- western lines, would he succeed- by Second Vice President Bos- IRON SPRINGS NOTES j A week ago Friday, Miss Mary Peiir- son way thrown off a horse, and her arm broken mid elbow put out. of WJird'3, sevcrol wanting information o-n the subject of reciprocity, askwd Monti, to which Mr. Magrtith save very satisfactory replies. George Hciglios. .IK, stated ihnt. he hag sold bis to Harry Me- j Ore-dy for 1-1.000. Mrs. H. MctJrcdyifr very ill at her homu in the Diamond. She has ty- phoid fever. The Misses Leona and Lilian Kane are at home for a -.short .while. Their schocls ni'o closed temporarily oir ac- count of diphtheria. Misa Edith Brown left .last Friday extended visit lo her old home in Toronto. NEW LADIES COLLEGE ASSURED FOR REGINA ejjinn, Sept. Massoy, is to provide ft home for drod lady students, and which will aim to be, it is claimed, li.'i .best equipped 'colhige of its kind in the Dominion! Plans aro to drawn ;it once and .the. work of erection will be proceeded -with next spring. ThJ-j btiikling', wbirh Is to for do- me-Jtic science, music and fine arts departments, 'tofiedi-ar -with huiIding-3 already in hand, will represent, an outlay on college buildings of close to half a million dollars. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are just "the right medicine for the children. When they arc constipated their kidneys are out of order over-indulgence in icme An Overflow Meeting a! Fernie (Continued from Front jolniL She was taken to the Diamond ToVonto, --Meaning lodny in behalf -Ipr. Morse's Indian Root to a doctor as soon as possible, j bad to be taken to Lftthbringe for an X-ray examination of her ;irm. of the estate management, finitely undertook to bear the cost of tlie eivrtion of the college 1" j Last Wednesday night Mr. Mngmth j connection with Keg Inn addressed n politic! mating at tho at the ccsl of HmitBvii'e school house, life address I Necessary, are to he atj WHS ntlcntKuly IlHivncd to. After- oncu prepared foir 'f-ta college, which quickly iiiui surely put ite'.ii Purely 'vegetable, lacy neither wcken, wcakenorgripc, like harsh purgatives. Guard your children's health by always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's Indian Root nits in the haute, Thcy6, CMltrH u turbulent, (lisiHtlBftad which ihowod iminiBtukably Us boa Ullty lo caiiHe. or rather lack of cause for which the dialing that occasion pleaded in vain. Klny for .Kooteniy The fun begun 'early. In the day when tho Liberal candidate arrived from 'Michel mid was mut at'the'.tii- tlon by tho Italian band, and u throne peopla who marched to the hotel with tlralr candidate. Again, at six o'clock the bund WHB at the station to meet a special couch from Crun- brook bearing a delegation of enthus- iastic King supporters. With a ban- ner bearing the campaign cry "King for Koot'anay" at the head of th-e pro- cession, it again marched to the ho- eln, followed 'by hundreds of people. 'King for Kootenay" was on the ban- ner, it was on the lips of the people and last night it was plain to be saen .hat "King for Kootenay" was in the learts of the great throng that gath- ered to listen to the plain talk ot" the speakers. Dr. King makes no pretentions to oratory'. He confined himself lo what be called the sole is-jne 'of, the campaign, reciprocity, and while not being at all ashamed of the Liberal )'arty, its principles, which'he heart- ly endoratid, or Us great leader, one; of the greatest -statesmen of the he refused to be" considered a can- didate for th'3 Mouse of Commons up- on any other issue except that which s directly at stake, and for which he asked the support of every voter in the district of Kootenay. Void of all semblance of politics, the candidate for an hour or more, never rising above a conversational one nor once striking a declamatory ttltude. The doctor went Into the details of the proposed trad-e pact. IwelHng especially upon those por- ions of It which deal directly with the every day life of the people to wbbm lie was talking. Ite was greet- ed with a round of applause when Chairman Duthte Introduced him, which compelled him to stand waiting for its subsidence 'before he could make himself heard. Again at tt'a. close this was repeated find tho can- didate'' sat down after having: con- vinced his hearers that lie was on the right side ot a right question. Eight Hour Law At this point in the proceedings, A. I. Fisher, a favorite -speaker with Fer- ine audiences, spoke for twenty min- utes, dealing with the eight pour -la- bor, while a subject', which he proved to the satisfaction of his >big audience had been deliberately "juggled with by Mr. Goodeve in an attempt to mis- lead thu working men of t.hiy district into the belief that the Liberal gov- ernment at Ottawa had undertaken to mutilate and destroy. Mr. Fish-sr had the whole of Hansard to quote from and made it perfectly plain to the audience that. Mr. Goodeve, after pro- mising ov-ar his own signature lo pro- duce in full the record to the District Ledger in revelation to the Baylor in- cidant in the .House of Commons, that the gentleman had sent only a part; of Hansard hearing upon the matter. Turning to J. W. Bennett, the edl- i tor of the Ledger who occupied a seat on the platform, that Rontteman con- firmed Mr. Fisher's statement, Mr. Goodeve by offending In the first instance and repeating the up- on his second visit to Fernie has lost any chancw, IE he ever had one, of re- ceiving tlva vot-as of the working peo- ple of this section of tire district. A Popular Speaker M. A. MncdonflUr closed the meet- ing so far as the appointed .spoaker. of reciprocity were concerned. Mr. Miicdoiwld is as -fluent a speaker as is Mr. Goodeve with the added advan- tage of being ably to complete. his arguments a-3 he pass-ad along, teav- ng nothing to bo explained. He went over the history of reciprocity from Confederation to In-at February, show- ing that the Conservative party had held to that'policy from the-beginning and that they were officially on record as favoring it, having enacted a pro- viso Mini at any time the United States saw fit to them, they were prepared lo enact (he very Bnicnt which they now ao vehe- opposed. A Workingman Spoke After Mr. -Macdonald closed amidst prolonged applause. Mr. Gray, a work- ingnnm. who bad drawn down upon his hunYble head tho nnatbema Pre- McRrido tl'.y "tent bsfoiu, for spanking in what the premier chose to term Insulting language of the flng. took the Hoor and spoke for a few mom-ants with a fe'allng which wao contaslous, ge'ting back at the pre- mier by saying that the man to he ashamed of himself was he who way prostituting the flag which he pre- tenrl'ad to rcsp-ect by debasing it to such a use as that gentleman and bis political co-workers were doing in this campaign. District Ledger Editor A most significant incident of the evening was tire remarks of ,T. W, Bfennctt, editor of'the District Ledg- er, who clomd A atort but pithy little -by the wortrlng that while he not In aympnthy. with either of the two parties in this contest, yet thla trad-e pact was a distinct, the right direction and all people should take o( every opportunity to aid in the advancement of the good of the whole country. Significant words, meaning much coming as they do at close: of what has Tjeen considered a. most in certain campaign. "King for Koot- enay" may now changed to "Koot: enay is for King" as a result or greatest rally ever held in the .dis- trict. The new feeling which Is in- dicated to sprung up as a. revult of this direct appeal to the home "in- terest of our own people may be said to mark a new era in the political ife of the district. Invading the Bourassa- Camp (Continued from Front t would give the Quebec farmer high- ;r pricos and bring great prosperity lo the agricultural sections of tfce >covince. Sir Wiluid, uhiie devoting some time to -the same topic, spent the grcatar part of his address in: taragu thrusts 'at- his opponents. "Mncilonalri, Chapleau and other lames of great Conservatives all had vantcd. reciprocity I -jaj great Coa- party, aiul 1 ic repeated, raising his hat to their nemory. Then replacing it he aaid 'Hut tin; present Conservative lead- ers, what arc they Only lie then attached the. -Nationalists, fbcir campaign' as one of calumny anil lies, and declaring- .hat lie still believed' that thc'Liber- ils would come out victorious' over lie. unholy alliance of Quebec Cast- ors and .Ontario Imperialists. The lion. Tielarul appealed, to the .inning classes and told them 'that would benefit one A'ci'.pt it few millionaire manufactur- es, who an; trying to keep the. far- mer frcmi having bis turn Tomorrow' nieht the premier will ;nealc in Quebec for Mr Wm Pouer md will leave Friday Morning for Ri- nouski. II is announced that Mr. Armand. Lavcrgnc will spralt- on Friday after- noon in Rimouski at the same time' and at ;l spot only about one hundred van's distant fiom ilmt chosen by the Premier for his aridrew. ________ r A DEFERRED ELECTION IN THUNDER BAY Port Arthur, 'Sept. in Thunder Bay and Rainy River by Reuirning Officer George Horrigan until October 12th. Mr. Horrigan, in his notice-to tha can- di-dates, said that it was impossible for him to with the rcgula tions. Tfrj today CHIB- eti considerable excitement in political circl-ey. Summer Complaint Is One Of The Most Troublesome Troubles Of The Hot Summer Dmyi, DR. FOWLER'S ExtrACt of Wild ts the most effective remedy kntmn for cure of alt Summer inch ai DIARRHOEA, CRAMPS, PAINS INT THE STOMACH, CHOLKKA MORBUS, CHOLERA IN. FANTUM or any and all LOOSENESS OF THE BOWELS. This remedy has been oil for over 65 years, and as yet has faileA to do what we claim tor it, Mrs. C. E. Mills, Teuton, writes i "Just a lino to let you know that I a little girl five jears old, and during: hoi weather of summer was very. bad with t'ne Sum-Mr ConpUint; in fact I thought we were going to her. tried everything we could 'think of, but without One day of our neirhbors what ttio (roubla with the little pirl, and we told him. He advised to try Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry, which did. honeslly it only t hi rig- that saved my little girl's life. I don't think there is anything better for Sum- mer Complaint than Dr. Fowler's Extract Wild Strawberry'-" Somf may try to hand vent out other preparation than "Or. insist on getting what you ask for, these clienp imitations may be dangerous lo your health. Price 1? rents. Manufactured only bjr The T. Milbuni Co., Limited, Torontt, ;