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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITE LETItBRIPGE DAILY HERALD BE EAMLV TODAY STARLAND BE EARLY TODAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Big Dayi at Etrly for Good Senti. BIQ SPECIAL TWO PATHS." U Is picturesque, tlirllllnj; and replete with beautiful scenery, GREAT WESTERN BROKEN TRAIL." A slrong of tho Western Plains. IS Edson's latest Friday, September 15, 101.1. HERE fort. film ef- COMING AND INDIAN FRONTIER CEL- WIUTK SLAVE TRAFFIC AND JKFK SISIUES. BREAK UP BRITISH EMPIRE Hamar Greenwood's Opinion of the Bourassa- Monk-Borden Alliance--4' A bas la Marine" Policy is Against the Empire MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERMAN, Manager. Phone 648. TO-NIGHT MR. PAUL G1LMOKE IN HIS NEW YORK AND LONDON SUCCESS The Mummy and The Humming Bird TO-MORROW NIGHT SAM SHUBEKT'S ORIGINAL NEW YORK PRODUCTION OF CLYDE FITCH'S GREATEST COMEDY "The Bachelor" A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION (Montreal "Ttic policy of Mr, llourassa mi.l i.Mr. Monk means the break-up of the ush Umpire, anil 1 for one hope t the {joujilc of Quebec will not iu, Micist Mr. II a mar Grccn- wooil; M.P., Summed up his opinion of Nationalist piopu- gaii'ia on lhe.quci.tion of Uie mnriiit: in1 tin1 provinco of Quebec. Me iirriveu1 ia 'Monm-al yostorilay afternoon, ami is stepping at rhe j Windsor Hotel. When a ronresentu- jlivo of The Herald, met him last ev- Jrmnc; he was studying with ivst i lie phoingrapli imhlislu'ii 'e Herald yesterday under the 1 j tion i'A new design on the British express opinions ;is to what the peo- ple of Canada should do, ami 1 eer- ruinh- (Iodine to take the platform, much as I enjoy the invigorating at- mosphere of a general election. ''As'ati Imperialist, however, one is bound to tie struck with the ahnoi'- and, i think, melancholy spec- Ifide of Mr. Houhissa and Mr. Monk, their respective supporters, stumping the old "province of Quchce jtt-Hh this moMn ' with the :im'v Jii-. Hoiirassa's Nationalist opinions and fearless exposition of :v-j thorn are well known, but I am bound to say 1 never expected to ace a Conservative on his platform, tndcr his banner, stands for REMARKABLE GROWTH OF YJC.A. SEATS NOW SELLING SEATS .ON SALE AT ROCHON'S Tlie picture showed the meeting at St. Andre Avelin on Sunday last. Mr. noura.ssa is seen on the platform har- unjjiiirig the erowii, while behind him on the uuli in bit; black letters are the words "A has la mariap." said Mr. Greenwood, "is, [1 think, one of the most striking j sinister campaign pictures I saw." rtl'nu are a Canadian, Mr. Green- said.the reporter, "and have, 1. suppose, beerv following the election campaign at present in progress in t.'artada..What your opinion on the issues before, the people Impertinent "Yes. I am i I am more Ilmn :l L replied ML making Canada a third-rate rcpuhlic rather than maintaining her, what I hope she will always be, the first Dominion of the Crown. "Imperially, tho position is this: The prime minister of Canada, lo- gfther with his fellow prime minis- ters of the Overseas Dominions, meets the British .government around table in a really Imperial council, ever and each prime minister agrees on a naval policy subject, to the confirma- tion o( hi.s house of commons. That confirmation was., given the primq minister of Canada by the Canadian house of commons, and the Imperial naval Policy, of today is the result. Would Break pact "The Imperial navv is as much for C, fl. Sayor, travelling secretary of .ho V. M, C. A. for Western Cvniuiiii, spent yesterday in the clly rlulUng ho local association. in conference with tho Hera lilt Air. Snyer giivo a brief o.utllne of tho wonderful devel- opment of Y. M. C. A. work during bo past eight years In Canada west if tho Greflt Lakes. "Wight years said (he travel- ing secretary, "the condition of the issocintion work In Canada west wag; .Kicked, by four buildings that with heir equipment tot-.illed a value- o Today tliero arc elthei 'Hill or in the course of erection 20 buildings valued at Where as eight years ago wo hail twenty-five official employees in our work, todaj we have a total of 65. At that time tlie associations had a membership ol 3000; today they can boast of a mem- bership, jjf over 0000. "This last year there has boon sub- scribed towards association work In the west a grand total of one and one quarter million dollars. Four as- sociation buildings -are now In (he course of erection, one at Fort William, two at Winnipeg, one nt Sas- katoon, and one at Vancouver. A new building will be opened at New West- minster during tlie first week in Oc- tober; a new one in Victoria will be ready by Sept. 24. In addition to those four others IIGVL- been opened during the year, at Lethbrldge, Ver- non, Port Arthur and Cranbrook, thus making six in all for this year's re- cord, i "The other phases of tlie work are keeping pace with the singular ma development. The chief aim of (be last has been to se Blue Store Lethhridge Bargain Store upmion, intencrcnce bi inter more intensive part of the association work among young men .cure and equip buildings. Our atten ,thc pioKction of Bntish Columbia Ition to from .in iiu.raon .Japan or Que-'nal nml urmnvood. "I am a member oi an Lament the imperial house, ami as it is to We are ,ooking ,m bjg devoloplnents tncretorc it is not-my business to i from the Germans, ami when Messrs, during the coming year and with the take part in Dominion elections. lii I Uourassi and Mont tall .ihnnf Increased population rapidly beconv ing augmented our field is contin- ually growing. nan, or 'down the tlicv munb.r ul the senior house o. com- ,rc a.Hocatm mon, ol the Canadian 01 other elections is the negation of the en bit lempia oi .mpenal go' home lot.U atitononn uitluiii the me'in. pohc, that means Ule Canadian .roiernment should I, ,ck solemn pact uith the "At present we have a secretary in tho employ of all the Canadian Asso- iNo 754 There's great satisfaction in making beds and bedding of such fine quality as to win compliments like this: "IreiteJ comforuklj ihc other .igkt Belleville. 1 ciimined the bedding ia the morning and [ound yoiu libel! let know, whether they tif'.ioid ia Olliwa." There's great satisfaction, too, in' buying and using beds that are so much better than ordinary, especially when they cost no more. See that the IDEAL trade mark is on the bed you buy. Ask us for dealer'i name nearest you. for Book No. IDEAL BEDDING C MONTRIAL TORONTO WINNIPEG t n l. (been Ihe'-Doniinions fhof- lori'the sake i of tilt Dominions, but for the sake ciations, stationed in Quebec at I frontier points, whose business i is their to meet immigrants from every land, atroduce them to the association life iind other npminion g and that Canadians in should leave matters'of naval f the o, (he Mo- of Canada, and give to them a card of .tin m thciehas j (hci lomitu, or the humiliating [or- introduction to the secretary ot that dckim.netr attempt on the j ot -tipport o. the American "ity to they are eoing. In I liglish Conservatives t0 cap- republic ,11.. wlint of tfic ot .the Conseryntive 1O. LIMITED NEWS FROM THE PASS The Pax, Sept M Driico, pvbo has'-.spent the 'last two months in western Ontario, returned last weeL, to manage hli kuihwH again Mr. spent a flew days vifiit- fing friends in Calgary. He returned )fto his town on Monday last. 1 Rev. T. M. Murray took the even- ling service at Blalrmore last Sun- day, moderating In a call to Rev. A. 6. Tod, B. D. Mr. Murray also took the openrng missionary meatins at Jlhe Guild there on Monday evening. H. G. Blgeloiv, who hu been to the on his wedding tour, returned ffvlth hhl bridte to !Btalrmore on Satur- last. He was given a reception Bn Monday night by the Guild, which was a very sumptuous affair, and ev- eryone was highly delighted. R. toastmaster, and tho follow- ing, replied to this various toasts Mr. Rev. T. M. Murray. .1. D. S. Barrett. Rev. Tod and H B Berry; Mr. Bigelmv replied to the toast: of the .bride in appropnat-e Ian gnage The Crow's Nfcst Hardware Co. are moving all their stock to the Frank store, and intend, for the present at least, to close their .business here in consequent'.! L. Dutll is enlarging his and also Ms staff, and pre- paring for the business that must follow this long depression. J. G. Smith is spending a week's holiday, at Brandon, .Man., where, we understand, Ite has considerable real estate. "liut attempt tailed tor the tea- json ll'at Tor, ism in the English [iuinc not (Aist in the nonunions I "IVrsonallv, I resent ihe conilng oi 'a Canadian M. P. to speak- in was the reply. is notoriou land at election time, anrt equally re- that Sir Wilfrid, like _many othe press of Kngland toward Sit Wilfrid Lauuer during the, reLent Imperial confeience anil Mr Gieenwood waij astctl "I am well the-Bnglis Tor; pres', -sppak.ill, and spoken ill, of Sir Wilmd I.; sent an English M-..P. attcmptin interfere in Canatlian elections. "The only way that the Dominion can -speak in imperial affairs is through her government, and that government, in my- opinion, should he the irpelr elected government of the Canadian people and the Canadian people, alone. Wouldn't Take Platform "Holding these tfcws, I decline to i every dominion. g to prime ministers of ffie Dominion would he, if he lived in England, a Lihcrai, and therefore Sir Wilfrid Like General Botha, is regularly sultcd in the English Tory press, aut on English Tory platforms, becansi he refuses to take the stump in sup port oi Knglisli Toryism, which the negation of the policy of rtcmo- jcratii- advance, which characterizes Just Like C.A. Magrath's Position mv con 'What do" American and Canadian Scientists tell the common Iiouse fly is the eause of more disease and death than any j ether agency, WILSON'S FLY PADS kill aU the flies the disease terms too. U a joint meeting held at Poitage Meighen 13 the raembar for li Prairie August SO bv Mr Arthur sutuencv I slid to him Meighou and Robert. Patterson, you think of the farmers '-nil candidate. Mr. Patterson inlaid. '-Mr. Borden, Mi. Campbell and presence of llr. Heighen myself, anil every member of following statement, which Mr. j Conservative opposition is right with Jleighen. the Conaervative candidate, you upon this question. You put it (lill ,IT_ JJUL IL I the the did nol contradict: "In last, when the farn-ws1 came to Ottawa. Vf. D. Thomas, typress River, a Conservative, who lives in Mr. Meighen's constituency, was with them, and this is what Mr. Thomas told Mr. Patterson: was delegate with th-3 farmers last De comber. I down with them when we presented our case to the government. Wlven I came out o tlie parliament buildings I met at th' front of the door Mr. Borden, Glen t'ampbell and Mr. Jleighon. As Mr. December up to the government, ,a'nd we will delegation stand to your back and that thev of. bring down something for you.' ig. In -Inly, this secretary met forty, vessels and got in touch with mon of nineteen different nationalities, to which he gave a letter of introduction to fifty different associations, touching in ail SS4 men. Of these, 1S2 came io Mani- toba, 43 to British Columbia, 40 to 27 to Saskatchewan, and th. balance to points in Eastern Canada At the present time we also have secretary at work among the men o; construction work ot the Grand Trim; Pacific now 100 miles east ot Prino Rupert, apd among whom he is ac complishing a great work." 3 Ib. tin Today's Tea 100 Its. of Our Host 15c Salmon at 10 Ib. pail Syrup Groceries n BT. YOUR GROCERIES at tho BLUE STORE where cleanliness, quality and rea- sonable prices, combined with .Intelligent service aro at your commuml. 90c lOc 65c 35c 25c lOc lOc 20c 25c 25c 25c lOc 65c 25c 15c 30c 5 Ib. bag Rolled Oats Corn Flakes 3 for Seeded Raisins at Vaailia and Lomon at 25c Soda Disculla at 6 B. Yeast Cakes for Corn Starch !i boxes for Gloss Starch 3 boxes for St. Charles Cream 5 Ib. On Jam Corn 2 for Tomatoes at............... Best English Break- fast Coffee Men and Boys' Clothing fla Suit for 512.CO Suit for 110.00 Suit for...... JS.76 SllltB Boys' SultB, J6.75 for Men's Dress Shirt value Men's dress shirts 51.50 ;lml fl.25 ___ Men's Work Shirts J1.25 for........ Canvass Gloves 3 pairs- for 50c 85c 75c 25c 12.25 Shoos at........... Men's BooU Reg. Men's Boots Reg. fo.OO for Dry Goods 75c Justottt Cor- 15c 75c 45c Curtaina 11.50 ralue Curtains viluo The Celebrated Justoflt Cor- sot. Reg. 12.25 for............ Black Hose Rog. 250 for Waist Reg. J1.25 Waist Reg. ___ lid Glen Campbell, 'we hai them lickt-d Press, Aug. 31, 1011. HON. CLIFFORD SIFTON PREDICTS LAURIER'S FALL Kingston, Ont., SenK Clif- ford Slfton, ivhn arrived here tills af- .ernoon, predicts the downfall of the Uilirier government. In Inter- view, he says. "As a result of my tepjonal observations taken In this uimpalgri, the fact Is more and more home to Jne lhat the Con- will he returned to power and tho f-ftiirisr will bo defeated. Thin is the first public statement of such i kinnj have over made, and I doing tills bccnusa I have faith in what Is going on a- round the country. From I and from what others arc 'doing, the Conservative rampnipn will he onv of victory. They will make consid- erable In Ontario, tho Maritime ami Quebec, and they will liold thoir owu in the West." WORK AROUND Engineer's Offices Being Changed at Tax Notices Things are quiet around the city "all these days. The contractors' -rnttenden and Film-tr, started yes- to make alterations to he engineering offices on the third loor of the 'building-. This work vill cost J318, and will make tbeaa complete and up-to-date. The office staff is also busy with lie tax notices for ,1S11 arid eiwy j day a large; numbqr of these notice's :o are sent out. Mayor Adams stated tre this morning that they would, be all out before'the first, of Octolw. The number this year Io greatly in excels of th-a num-ber sent out last year, and a large staff is required for the work. H. JJeech, building inspector, has prepared plans for the children's detention home, and a site will bo selected within a few days. R is the intention of the councill to building constructed and ready for occupation before winter. There is some delay in beginning the .work on tho sewage di-ipc'-ral plant owing to the fact that tho con- Jlting engineer, T. Aird Murray, of Toronto, has not yet sent out the ilans for the system. Engineer Mane-hard is taking the mnf.'jr up with him, and expects to have the ilnns forwarded within a few days, so that a start may be made on tho vork this fall. Tha mayor fools that his is a very Important undertaking rom the standpoint of tiro cltyhonlth nd i-J anxious to get the work under and on this account h-a In doing verythinic possible to hurry Sir. lurray with the plans. Vote For Borden is a Vote For Bourass Henri Bouraasa told the Hull audience that Laurier had been seduced by the Imperialists Into a policy which would make Can- ada a partner In the Emplre'i wars and therefore he must be opposed. Why should It be call- ed upon to accept a nation's re- sponsibilities? "The government of Quebec of- fert a .bounty for the men who will wolves. The Laurier gov- ernment offers a bounty- to se- duce men from their firesides to become food for cannon on war- The Nationalist victory In Drum- mond and Arthabaska had com- pelled R. L. Borden to reconsid- er his position on the navy, and the men who would be sent to parliament from Quebec would compel him to still further recon- sider his policy and make him meet the views of the people against the navy. This was proven by the pledges of the Conservative candidates in Shefford, MU'slvquol and Sher- brooke, who had pledged them- selves to ,vote against any navy, and they' were but the types of the rest of the candidates in Que- bec province. The duty of'the hour was to elect a sufficient group of Inde- pendents to the Commons who would turn out any government which would not refuse to par-tie- For Aged People Old Folks Should Be Careful In Their Selection of Regulative Medicine We have a safe, dependable and al- together Ideal remedy that is particu- larly adapted to the requirements'of aged, people and persons of weak con- stitfomis who suffer'from constipation or other bowo] disorders. We are so certain thaMt will relievo these com- plaints and give absolute satisfaction n every particular that we offer it without personal guarantee that it shall cost the user noUiing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This rem- edy is called .Rexall Orderlies. Ilexall Orderlies have a soothing, healing, strengthening tonic and reg. ilative action upon the bowels. They all irritation, dryness, sore- less and weakness. They restore the iqwels and associate organs ro more rigorous and healthy activity. They .re eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without inconvenience, do jot cauae any griping, nausea, dlr- excessive looseness, flatulence, >r other disagreeable effect. Price !5c and iflc. 'Sold only at our 'he Rexall Store. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., special agents. Ipate In the wars of the Fifteen or twenty members from the province of Quebec, un- bound to either party, could dlo- tate the destinies of Canada, and he asked Wright to send Loud Couslneau to be one of such a group. Oh, marriage is a lottery, That fact no one assails. Therefore love letters should not Permitted in the mails. Weatherproof Paint You can readily appreciate the economy of painting exposed of your house with paint that and preserves the wood for the long- est time at the lowest cost. You ahould, therefore, be particular to get Foreigners have bern ordered to avn ,S7, (.'Ilium, West China, where ic revolt is scrioiii. PURE PAINTS '.wToC I'lrfTu CK> NoV edit ol which Uiriwd hnr ilh.uthcr pore mileri'U IB malre ftfat tlHC lorn it, Made in for p.ri.1 Co., Flint th< Wllli ceiling with