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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta _Fric1iiy. Notice to Electors! Doubt leas there nrc some residents ol' the city cntltl-Ml In vote whotic iKiincH fur var- ious reasons have not boon secured by the ciuimerators. H Is deHircd that !tl] on- iii loil to vote Khali be added to the llsta and nil ciiiiiiicr- ntoro for tliufjiart of tho oily which lies of tho C, 1'. It. will attend a 1. room No. -1, Ott. IJlock, 212 Fifth St. S., from '1. to 0 o'clock in tho iittpnmnii until Sept. 18th for tho purpose of receivig nam- es of voters. The enumerators for that piirt of the city lyins north of the C. P. R. will attend for the same purpose between the- hours of (I to S o'clock P.JI. until the 18th Insl.. ;il tho ofliee of thu North Leth- bridgo Realty Co. NEWFOUNDLAND WILL JOIN CANADA One Likely Result of the Adoption of Recipro- city Agreement GETTING READY FOR DRY FARMING MEET The Board of Trade Will go After Shaughnessv's Prize-Chairman of Committee Re- signs--Hail Insurance and Other Matters Discussed After lying on the table for three I Dry Farming Congress, much as con- inonlhs, the resignation of W. H.' turned in lite Herald, altil expressed Dobbin, as chairman ol the publicity his appreciation of the Oranbruok committee of the Hoard of Hoard of Trade for the aid they had was considered at last night's meet-1 given him. A motion of thanks was ing of the council of the Hoard. H passed to lite Cntnbrook Board of had been fel; thai it could not lie! Tonic for this courtesy, and also to considered during Mr. Dobbin's McN'icol for the. good work hi) scnce from the city, and on his re-j had done in bringing' the important turn he was given a chance to re- to lite notice of the H. (J. consjdr.r. However, the resignation government. was not withdrawn, and the Hoard Inspector While of the Immigration last night decided to accept it, thus I deuartnienl wrote asking that the a vacancy on the Hoard, of! Hoard send a bushel of wheat to lite Train: council. 11. L. Cope was New York exhibition on Dec. II lo elected to the council and at the. compete for the prize offered liv.'eliug of the full Hoard tonight 'by Mir Thomas .Sliallgbnessy. The the matter of reconstructing the pub-isecretary was instructed to look af- licily committee will be settled. ler the matter, and it is fully ex- There was a good attendance at! pccied that the Lethbridge Board of the meeting of the Hoard last j Trade will .bring home another prize night, anil the discussions were mark-1 which will mean valuable .advertising the rule for ;his part of Alberta. F. A Day, representing a Minne- sota bail insurance company, wrote Ottawa. Sept. Word has Ottr.wa that as soon UK Canad-j ratifies reciprocity a_ move-merit will be launched in Newfoundland for union With the Dominion. New- foundland has several times without success sought better trifling terms with the United This hp.rgain m-.ido by w'aieh will give tree etiL-y of fish to the United Slates? bar, aroused great in- tarnst in Newfoundland er.fl has (iGElre. to share with Can- ada in the advantages of the great American market. It is felt .by the party, which -is now .forming in Newfound- land that this can be easier done through nnion with Can- ada' than -by direct negotiations With the United States. The ratification of recipro- city by Canada, it is i.ndo.-- Etood on good authority, is liliely to ho shortly followed by tho arrival of coniinifisionevs from Newfoundland to discuss the terms of nnion. ed with more life than is when only a few present themselves. President Hatch occupied the chair, and with him there were Secretary "skii'i: p there is any chance ol the Mair.varing. Messrs. Taylor, present law here, to the effect that Uoiiner, liipley, Mc.Me.ol, Macbeth hail insurance can only be given by and Cope i the government, being changed, as he A great deal of discussion followed' has ;l company which wishes to come on miters relative to the Dry Alberta to do a hail insurance ing Congress and it is believed that j business. He will he answered that this, matter is now in an advanced nothing will he done at present along state. Plans are well arranged anditllis linL', and his correspondence will j the excursion promises to he one 01; llc- 'urned over to the Associated] j (he IKst ever held front this city. K. j W. Downer, chairman of the enter- tainment committee, reported that arrangements for the spe- Hoards of Trade lor Southern Alber- ta. The Spokane Chamber of Commerce wrote asking that the .Lclhbridgc cial train will likely be made Hoard of Trade second a resolution arid the route, cost and other infor- that the next convention of.i mation. announced. He also brought the Western Passenger Agents Asso-j up the matter of entertainment, for be held in Spokane, i it was thought that if possible a i and that on their return trip they band should be taken along on Lcllibridge. President, Hatch trip, .us1 Lctlibridgc wishes to at- Sttid that, this would be good adver- at.lrant as much attention as possible tising as the convention will be a at Colorado Springs. Whether to lal'fic orlci he also look occasion take along a regulation hand, or! to mention the Spokane Chamber'of whether to take a Pipers Band in j as the most wide-awake l.-ilts is the question, to he decided, and .Mr. Downer will' bring down report at tonight's meeting of the organization of its kind with which the local body communicates. The matter of mail deliverv ull Hoard when the matter will be j I-cthbriilgo was settled j finally decided. The cost PALATIAL HOME PLANNED FOR WINNIPEG FREE PRESS Winnlneg, Sent. building .ipcriHlt for the'now homo of tho Freo .Press was issued today. The prc by a I letter from ,v. Higinhotham in is the only thing in the way, andMvhicil ll0 stated that the trouble was the L-oramittee are anxious to have j occasioned by a mistake on the part on the matlcr he- severa fore deciding. Some weeks agn the- 'secretary wrote to S. H. Mitchell of the C.P. H. here, asking if anything cbnld he done to facilitate thc'handling of the j soon as lllc regulations relating to large crowds at the station in the I numbering streets and houses was afierndcil when the locals go through, to, they would extend', the of the ntiiil carriers when the deliv- ery system first started in leaving mail for houses outside the limit laid down by the department, and that the department had stated that .limir.-jry expenditure is estimated atj one of the finest of Canadian news- paper offices. i There is always The .plant is planned to aml SANGUINARY CONFLICT iWOS AMD SOLDIERS MET Batiajos, Spain, Sept. pcr- FOIIB were killed or wounded in a bat-. tie hero between the troops Quartered j in this section and a mob. A large of troops IK quartered in'' this section of the border to prevent the Royalists from entering that country. The mob made an at- tack on the troops ami the soldiers fired and heavy fighting followed. The outbreak is attributed to the prevail- ing .intrcKt in the district. great, deal of con- tinues people lake I the wrong trains by mistake, .its none of the trains have signs placed on them lo designate them. Mr. Mitch- ell had referred the matter to Supt. system as found 'necessary. .Secretary Manwaring, ,J.( W. Mc- Nicol, F. W. Downer and others the Hoard left this morning for Car- mangay where they will attend the fair i.hero today, and incidentally pick up some fine exhibits for the Dry Farming Congress. Cameron at Medicine Hat, who wrote bacl; stating that in bis opinion the crowd was composed'mostly of loaf- Mr- of Toronto, secrc- Mary for the Healon's Advertising ers and that city police, were tltc j ones to remedy the situation. however, is- not the work of the city Agency, was present and laid bcforb Hie Board an advertising scheme police, and the matter, will he latet' tllc Hoarl1 can obtain a full page of advertising in the Commer- cial Annual of Canada, a. full 1'agc in to Gen. Supt. Price at Calgary, for it is a most important matter which' requires immediate attention. ,a KlKcial handbook of Alberta, which Mr. nioNicol gave-an outline used by. the gov- B. C. trip in connection with the 'or advertising purposes, and 2.000 special folders to accompanv UK; iiooks.ior The mat.te'r was discussed and (he offer by Board. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age Made in lilt Glcnlivet Dislrict of Distilleries in Scotland, from the finest of .Scotch Barky. DIRECT FRDM Craigdiachic Glenlivet Distillery Co. BANFFSHIRG, Proprietors. can bt> flint ftojn C. C PAGNUELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY., LFTHBRIDGE. fob JtoftilH for Grt'vn ami District. accepted BRITISH STATESMEN FAVOR RECIPROCITY British do not share the view that reci- procity is dltloyal. Hon. A. J Balfour, the Conservative leader says: "I do not doubt that Sir Wilfrid Laurisr is quite glad to have good commercial relations with thi U. S. 1 do not quarrel with that at all." Sydney Buxton, pretldent of the Board of Trade, an important member of the Asqulth govern- ment, says: "The government could not re- Bret any fiscal arrangement which tended to break down the tariff wall of any particular country; and under which, In this partic- ular cnsc, the'trade of Canada, as the think, would be Increased. Tht government believed that the greater the trade of Canada, the greater would be the trade of tht Empire, and the greater the tndt this country would tend to Can- ada. They certainly feel strong-, ly that there was no quettlon voived in this reciprocity agree- ment of the Allegiance and loy- alty of Canadians them- lelVcs." RAILWAY GUIDE' TARIFF PROTECTION FOR THE MIDDLEMAN "Last year the Canadian canncrs paid us Uironghttiit the lenfclh and breadth of the Niagara district 2S cents a bushel (iO pound bushel of Oinadian-yrown toSimloes. I my- only contracted for half an acre. They.paid us cents a bushel; no- body would grow them. They got a A remarkable indication of the ad- vantages of new railway lir.-3S in Western Canada, is strikingly set forth in tile Canadian'. Official Kail- ________________ ______ way Guide, published at Advance proofs of the Soptemb-ar is- and eaten in this country by Christ-j Slto sllovl. tnat ot rail lmvc inns, and from Cbrtrtmaa to now you. been opened for traffic during the been using and .buying nothing but American tomatoes, brought over st alx weeks, bringing into W new' railway stations exist- -and fiherc H a different railway sta- f here in Amertcan cans and Cansdlan j ,m m labels put on thorn. And the Anieri- j nre now (doscr to the newly opened can growers .that grew them got 30 j nlntion-3. It is estimated Mint the n-sw lines dispo and they didn't get enotfgh, and the entire Canadian pack was consumed 'Taken before meali ex- eitei the flow of the gastric juice; drunk after mealf, it neutralize! the acidity of the itomach. manufacturer made the cans. Ojir THE WATER OFQUflUTY G.C. PACNUELO WINE A SPIRIT CO. Ltthbrldflt, manufacturers didn't. Here is where it affects the manufacturer the American can manufacturer mado the cans. We have a factory in the city i of Ningara Falls, a branch of the! Sanitary Can company, which employs a lot of labor. But they were robbed of tbeir share of the Canadian mar- ket because the tomatoes were not grown in this country. Tho Canadian lost making of the cans, ilnd the only thing wo got in this country wits Canadian luhtdij to lint on the Anierloim tomatoes. And Canadians have to pay double for their canned tomatoes simply because we didn't have reciprocity. That Is lutw a high tariff wall affects a From a speech by Thomas Stokes, a fruit grower of tho township of Stam- ford. West, of railways and branch banks, forgetting the West has not as yet cam-3 into possession of anything like its nncial facilities. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Elizabeth Edson Evans, American authoress, died a I- Aibling, Bavaria, yesterday. She waj; born in Newport, N. H., in 1S32, resided in Eur- ope since 1870. The Yukon election will on October 23. It will likely- result in an acclamationUor P. T. Congdon. Kerrohert, Sask., wns incorporated us a town yesterday by a vote of 61 for and none against. Effoots are Ijeing put forth to havo'itfmade a ju- dicial centre. Sonic 'JUpcrgtitions pcafile they saw the -sword of Bismarck'! atRtvie and one of its ?arnw faH'off Just the clock struck at noon on Saturday, which to be a sign of war. Lethbridge Monumental Works Sec our work. Get, our prices. Agents Wanted. A.llkhuls of marble slab vork. Simpson Needs Works: Slh St. Sonlh, ;