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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta September 14, 1911. TTI1? ..LE'rHBRlDGE DAILY TTEIIALD Pajfc 7 Of ,lh. iMt STARLAND 4 Of the THE, SHOW OIRL'i STRATAGEM HEART OF A SAVAGE FATHER A5AINST HIS WILL5 SONG "My Mothtr Ntedl Me Now" Sung by R. E. WILLIS EXPOSURE OF THE WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC OOW8OY AND INDIAN FRONTIER CELEBRATION MAJESTIC THEATRE W. a...SHERMAN. Manager. PHONE 64S. TO-NIGHT j MYSTERIOUS and the Man of Mystery Co. THE SHOW THAT'S'plFFERENT 'CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EACH EVENING 2 HOURS OF LAUGHTER AND MYSTERY 5 HOURS HE SPECIAL. PRICES 25c 35c 50o WILLARD, FARMER'S QUESTIONS ARE VERY PERTINENT __ (j i. A Poser on Favored Nahon Clause Matter; Absurd- ity of By-Products Arguments; -Western Farmers j Supplied Fielding and Paterson With Abundant Information Editor of The- Herald: a few .words on reel- lirocity. TIIOBO who have attended the anti-reciprocity dwiiii; this campaign, Imv-a hoard everything that Is jioulble lo say against it, and fter usiiiK a little common 'every- day sense in examining tho argii- iMenjji what do we find? Wo find l-hat only a short lima ago the great orator and politician, K. li. Bennett, was annexation scare, and ils. [ollo.wei-j.wcre right in line; Washington without any facfi or fie- mnexatlou scare waa the main thnn- ufes to negotlaie an Important trade lerholt of their argument, anil after j "grc'Jinent ,witii .7110 tariff experts, his argument. was shown to he i is a wonder. Mr. Bennett tiling that (he results would lie same, hut, according lo .Mr. Hennetfs logic, the United States will 'he greatly UmeUUad hy setting lint chance to mil! Canadian wheat, a like procedure on Canada's pan with Kiisslnn and Argentine' wheat would be detrimental to CanadaV'in- tCM'Jt'j. ".fust in passing, take this lloni'j and think it over." Hi. Bennett- also reminds modules' which we ham to Import from tho United States than nnv ono and thin Is tire prici, paid .for. tho agreement. Do you think it I's' too murll? Farmen Journeyed to Ottawa limn was silent at. the Ma- Brath and Bennett meeting by Mr. Hcunett, In telling almn the "two old man. who journeyed. In Washington without any facts or figures lo ar- ransw a trade agreement with Uncle Sam1." Hut very littlo time whs upont at this mralliifc- by .Mr. .Maernth or Mr. Uonnett In tolling about the noil western Canadian fanner delegate'! and "rejiretionted nearly 900 linres their .who joiir- ncy-c-d, ,l.o Ottawa loaded with lira real facts and -'figures, last winter, seeking the relief which rcclprociry I will give' ijs lo a great extent. Mr.' Rorden, tho loader'of the Con- nervativo. party, tells us ulnlnlv tliat he; will, never accc-d-e to our llmt if he wei'e premier of Canada he would rather rotiro to prlvai'j than, adopt Mr. .Magrnth THE. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, PIIESIDSNT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Ihe old men" who Jouniojwl lo cheques are issued in denominations of 320, ..1150. and 5200, A2j, and may be obtained -on application at the Bank. In connection with its TraveJIcrs' Cheques The Canadian Bank, of Commerce lias issued a booklet entitled "Information'61 Interest to about lo which will be sent free to anyone applying- for it. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse. Mgr. tel.'-i 115 'children lo KO reciprocity u-ould not filing for- us. and Is now explaining to j us why reciprocity would ho harm-i t home, be that j ;ood on this matter, 1 sign riiy. ALUIJRTA' FARMER.- fill. Farniprs inay be easy, and -Mr. us that- the l.'nitcfi Slat out of Mr. Hen- lett dropped it, and his followers neehly did Uio same, and now you :il Washington lo fix up (iiis trade lid not Magrath ran easily explain why l'.-a "s whole family of 90 million people lear v'ory littte, if anything nit annexation. ah-j agreement with thoi.'j nvo old men wlio Journeyed to Washington. If It were possible for .Ah-. Henr.-olt to piclt agreement Bvld-sqlly boon all uld MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 8. SHERMAN, Miniqer. Phone FBIDAY SATURDAY, SEPT.- 15 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT 7 PAUL G1LMOKE !N HIS NEW YORK AND LONDON SUCCESS The Mummy and The Humming Bird .SATURDAY iMCilFT: SAM 4 LEE SHUBERT'S ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION OF CLYDE.FITCH'S GREATEST. COMEDY "The Bachelor" A GUARANTEED; ATTRACTION Prlccs-W I -75c-50r SEATS ON SALE AT ROCHON'S If Mr. Bennett would say thin the moon was made of graen cheese, j any part of Hi _______ soing of his follower would full'rlslit! would done so. j in.line anu say It ws-i a.fact, for ihoM-hp agreenvent' must ha jgi'JHt .Mr. Bennett said so. The comparison of .ttfe fM) and S head of cattle In the two of (he s a nve size, with the tenc-a be- tween, according to Bennett's opin-1 I ion, the S head of cattle would get jIo, negotiate this trade ayre.? the worst of the d-snl wore ihe f-ance through (I1.; j removed, but the exact conditions and spirit on live j waiii would have to be stated before any !-tne Untied Stales officials that with M-hp agreenvent' or Mr. Bennclt ,'J'10WI1 us where we jini [he worst of com iud'e lliaU tlicfe mel1 who journeyed to Wash- were ihoroiiHiily conj'iel.eiit ises our requests. know is 'dearer and flour is per acrc-to the lln-o. know thal-sicors UPS dearer and cheaper across the line, are reminded that our young indus- tries must protected, and at our expense.1 farmers know that Hirers and (he IiiR trusts nnd c both sites of the lo reciorocity, a re j ivhy judge could give a just decision in! So i If tivaro were more commodities iwill bines on op posed 10 reciorocny, and should'we want It? Have WE farm-', ?rs and men die audacity t, or to want to interfere with the "aui- I'jsla'oniieM greai'-men? Why do we to throw them inr.o competition This is what reci-' and, a generous and j will do. i very cvifcnt that .Mr. Bennett farmer whn journov'ed to'Ot- not 1.1ml ,t through [tinva la-it winter, and eve'ry in where the tl'R generoiisnoss or lionwly of Uncle wlio was; ivhich the S Sam Umt we got -surh good SEATS NOW SELLING Many Berries A social was held at Ihe ranch -on-Sunday. A nice crowd of select neople present among th-em Ah nm Mrs T T Coom hes Miss I aura Coombp1? ot Hillhursl F D Cbomoe? of Coulpe Side Tirm Mr and Mrs I J3 Wilkina inil family of Spring fnlm' also Mrs Doone and of Union Ranch 'The number of guesU that safdown lp dinner were fourfaen and all re Dor ted a good1 outing with manv thankt, fco All and Airs T Boycott and Btmcott T y Coombes had the misfoitnne to htve another of his fine coil tut In-the barb "wire rantp It happened of his InBh life colh were playing botli up the one slip ping'and filling on lo the fence Its injuries are not so bad as thai owlfig to fence being alacfc i Rd and Fra P T Alan nlnfcf loft for the thieshing fields in the Qrasi-V Lake district last Siuir YOU donf have to go [o real, Toionto oi anj of thf big centics to gel the bear gramophone in the Buj i ot MASON RISCH-PIANO CO. Dominion Blk. Phone 791 ttie Minxbernes prpfe ecfh thing done when Agotii coniplet AGED. MAN SHOT THE. RAPIDS ON LOG th-e fanners been I cinthig1 tbeJr gnin but owing to the J recertt storm -topped hnncshng foi Ont spf" tht age of abojfr a neek b' I irk Ennght in1? gone in ftii bieilc T Boycott of the Ranch PnS iccoids and ihib end m m Bpwcott were hnsj briiidliii. ''1G 1'1C Rapids before a 'crowd.; The log lie used wasv as that used a week pollooK. lit, ebliblished i i coord in _-., Tho horse bnnd is F T and the cattle F -above an arclr Qijite a inelj time is Tiid (he first man to shopk.thq-rapids'un i an yome were bioncho igieement ib in the in- of C'anadian neoply, is due to.; Messrs, Paterson and Field- ing, who represented the' Dominion government. But Vi Mifeifttli MS we would have obtained all of this for nothing if-M'o had uted iust i httl-a longer. now f T i cement with ukiition to the Uie United StiUa is uoitii anything. ve for it. We it -Is worth what 'fire doing uiuro good by .removing the imiiort tax on the com- ELIHU ROOT ON _ ANNEXATION Speaking in the United States Senate, Klihu Root, who knows Canada said of the suggestion of tlon: "Let us dismiss from ,our if it has found any resting place in the mind of any of iitf, any such Idsa, There mav have been a ti'ure, generations ago, wh'an it1 was pc-jsible that such in idea should receive consideration. That time has long ainoa pass- fid. Canada, with her wondei ful progress of the yjavs, lias become a'- nation, ''and she is mstincf with the spirit oK nation.alipm. Xcvor in the most assertive, and vig- oi'ou-j times of 0111 public was. tnei-a a greater sensei of patriotic iiatiinjlii> than "exhts in today Tlva political line will contin ELLESMERE Mrs. RoWHanl hnd Mrs. a businet'.i trip to Letnbridge. Mrs. Parke and son spent a couple of days In Lethbridge, stjitllny a cancellation against the latter'1! homestead. This district Hag had one of heaviest rains last week 'that1 wii X-; ever known in this vicinity tbia I time of the year Cutting I-j nearly all done here, and threslilng-will start shortly, if weather- t> keeps dry Mr and Mis of Kaslmlr, weie in the MCiniti recently .Mr. McBrayn-j returned from Taber this week, but. found the roads could not pull a full load and ('had-to leave his binder behind. Mrs. Doris, Marry Davies, and Miea j.Mabel Snider called on Mrs. one day last week, j Bridges on.the South Alberta Jrrf- 4 j gallon ditch ai'a being built over all j road crossings. It currently repented that the C P R started giadingon the new line Uedicino to Calgan, whici i will be very welcome news to all. tlic farmers they ue between Canada and the U presented last' winter wli'-ir Journeyed to Ottawa, and aek-ed re-1 lief, which Mr. Magrath says we will iievcr g'st with his cony cut. It wis were right, in onr then we are.risbt now, and the only chance, .we. have-of. getting any isfaciory rcsnlts froin our journey last; winter to Ottawa is hy putting a, cross, on our. .ballot opposite tlie name of W.. A. Bncbanan. we know, favors -niciprocity. -As one of the thousands of rs fn the who are in tise same S. Her love for her mother country, will con- tinue, her separate nationality wIJl continue, .but across, the liivj of political division will pass and repass th-3 mesanges of trade and intimate busi- ness Delation and intimate pei-jonal relation, which will cveatc- for both iraoples the bi'jSEings iliac our Stale-.? "nave received .froni each other in our happy union." RESCUED FROM A" WELL; V SUFFOCATED BY F.unestown D, Eapt waid 37 of Tloga, reccued both his father and older brother. j from. HUffocntlon when, he descended to the bottom of a well .that hotli icndeied ble bj leadlv gas fnmea might raJE-ad to the surface and. restored to consciousness. 'The'wthar HrEt; de- cended ami failing to return, hb son Ole descended to investigate. Ed- ward's mother lowered him into the well by his f-aet and he was able'to drag his father and his brother to the surface, where medical, alteiition was necessary .Afraid to Eat L. HDoes the feir of indigestion spoil the enjoyment of jrourmeals' It needn't Just take HI have.a stomach. They will sec to it that your food is properly digested. They are among.the of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, coinppvindeil by chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale drliggists in Canada. SOc.abox. If your druggist has not them yet, send us foe. and we wilt mail you a box. Matter of Byproducts Mi Hen iott ij of cieat benefit which 11 United would derive by Canadian ing shipp-ad (hero and ground flour; they would he benefit ted'; by th-2 labor required to grind tlw 'besides'having tho byrpro Incts of'liis f-aed their cattle to prepare-them for export jnarkel. A Canadjnn who wouMr attempt nis t ittlp on at tho price charged here for 'n'uch prodnclfi would be a fit subjecfTfoi Ponoka. M, would b-e just as pro fit- able to attempt-t.o fitlan pjys on fruit at Lethbridge prices. After telling iw what "bene fits tho TnilRd States would rdcriva by th-3 bemir A ped ..In thy re and flour, lie gave us a blj, st nc bs tell ing us that If w-a adopt r'cciproolty will h.? th'rmvn 'Inlp by ihi> favovwj nations clamo with Hnaala 'and tlirv'.At'gftilind bent .Jji-odncing will tip i heir wheat Into onr market, Now, Ilia! att-H will tloi'ive such n n of it by Canadian whvat being ship Into fhelr market and irUnti fact11 inio Hour, why Is (hat would nol bt- bonefluVd hv I liifslnii and Argentine wheat; being and lUHJitifacturort iilo floili--? A wonltl unturnllj of The Town We have learned that many people in Lethbridge have heard from others of the Big Values we are giving in Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, but have not located our store as we are a little off the main street. Our prices are to cause this talk, for they are 20 p.c. lower than those prevailing elsewhere; end if those looking for bargains will just get the scissors and clip pur address from this, advertisement they will locate us and be those advertising, our prices' r A FEW SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Dry Goods New Shaker Flannelette, assort- ed stripes, reg -12 l-2c 3 yards for, 25c Pure White Cotton, 36 in. wide, regular 12 l-2c, 3 yards OC- Crash Towefing, pure linen, reg- ular price 12 l-2c, 3 yards for. New Viilveteen, assorted colors, reg, 50c for..... Wrapperette, regular 15c a yard 25c 35c lOc' Ribbed Wool Underwear natural cplor, regular per suit for Flannelette Blankets, regu- Lace Curtains, reg. fA per pair for OUC Women's and Children's Cotton Hose, lo clear, 2 pairs for Clothing Men's Tweed Suits from ing factories, good assortment, regular and for Men's Coat Sweaters, reg- ular for... Men's Woo! Sox, regular 20c, 2 pairs for....., Men's Excelda Handker- chiefs, reg. 15c, 4 for Bandrni Handkerchief! 6fcr.............. Boys' Pants, regular and for........... 75c 25c 25c 25c We have a large assortment of Men's and Ladies' Furs and Fur Coats. Ask to see them. PALACE CLOTHING CO. 2nd Ave., Opposite Fire Hall 3 Doors West of Post Office ;