Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRrwvr n.ULV TI We-have boon appointed ugonls .for .Leth- Imdgp tind district The Security Trust Co. Limited OF CALGARY This coinpaiiy lias unlimited funds lo loan and has an Advisory Hoard in this city, so that Joans cnn be out through with very little delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents LOOK THIS UP 34 and .13lock Id, 'Duff Addition, .Lot near Queen Victoria 1'ar sower, at SI050 the pair. on water Terms. R. V GIBBONS CO. PHONE 53B 2 lots on (jliarlcs St... water and sewer, each. Terms. lots, 160, X. City, the pair; good terms. WUkie Kerr Insurance and Coal PHONE 823 HULL BLOCK. A.R. A I. Offleei. N. B. PEAT CO. and Inturance Agents Leth bridge Financial Real Estate Macdonald Block 1 OK SALE That.most desirable 7 roomed, fully modern bungnlow, standing on two GUI .13th .St. 'South (Westminster Terms arranged. The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE WE HAVE JUST LISTED ONE OF THE BEST BUILT HOUSES NORTH OF THE TRACK ON TERMS ANYONE CAN HANDLE. Owner forced to sell as be leaves for the Old Country in one month. House was built by an architect, lo live in. cash; balance to suit. North Lethbridge Realty Co. WARNING: TAKE NO CHANCES; VOTE FOR RECIPROCITY In every constituency In Canada CoiiwrvallveB who 'favor reci- procity are being pleaded with to vote for DIG parly candidate on (lie ground that, HB reciprocity IK bound to cona- .anyway, they might well niHlntaln their party regularity. The appeal which is being made to'Inn urgent Conservatives by Conserva- candidates and canvaafterfi Is in sonic such terms these: "Don't worry "sbout Reciprocity. It sure to carry. The vote of this constituency will not "decide the question anyway. The thing to do here Is lo all am ml together "and the Grit candidate.' It Is not only In Western Canada that appeal IB hoard. Oliver Wilcox. the Conservative candidate for North Essex. IIHB been making it from (lie plat- form. No doubt it is being used all over-the Dominion wherever it Is thought to effective. Now, there fs no doubt abo.ut reciprocity carrying the t.hal tlie electors who want reciprocity vote for It by marking their ballots foi the candidates pledged to tbe policy. The Issue is not so certain if electors who want reciprocity be cajoled into voting for anti-reciprocity by argumenlH such as we have In- dicated. Tlie fate of reciprocity Is tied up wiih that of the Laurier Govern- ment. If the Laurier Government is beaien it, is a case of lo nil hopes of better tracto-relations with tho United tates. This generation will have no opportunity of rejecting another such offer. It is quite apparent that the line-tin, against the Government is form Id able. It includes: Anti-reciprocity Liberals who the arrangement and are therefore fighting the Government. In the West these arc a negligible (iitaniity, but in I he East they (ire a factor in the fight. Certain special interests which foresee that, under tho conditions to be created under reciprocity, they will find It more difficult to -malic enormous profits. These include meat, packers, canners, millers and food handling figendes, which by cold-storage plants and other devices keep prices at abnor- mal levels. Other special interests which fear the possible secondary consequences of reciprocity. Among these arc many manufacturers w.ho are noi affected bj the agreement, but are afraid that its scope may be subsequently enlarged to their detriment. The official Conservative party Tlie anti-reciprocity movement In Quebec, led by Rourassa, which is being financed by anti-reciprocity funds in the hope thai it-will draw enough sin; port from Laurier to weaken his support in Quebec, and thus en-operate in tbe repeal of reciprocity. This combination ma lies its special appeal in rOntario and Quebec; else- where it lias no exceptional strength. How strong it is in those Provinces nothing b.ul the voting on September 21 will reveal. The Liberals in their fight for reciprocity are not without allies. They are getting support from and Labor men. If they stand together until election day they will win by 11 substantial margin. Tbe which term we mean the three prairie it within its power to put ilie issue of tbe election, beyond doubt. It is grossly I under-represented, with only twenty-seven members, it has enough to ensure the triumph of reciprocity. If reciprocity were submitted to the electors of the West the form of a referendum, it, would get substantial majorities in every constituency. In many there would be no adverse vote. If therefore, the electors of tho West were to disregard personal con- siderations and past political affiliations and cast their votes with ft single eye to tbe great issue, not a single Western anti-reciprocity candidate would survive the vote on September 21. Human nature being what it is, this is not to be expected; but there should be an approximation to this ideal. A large majority for reciprocity in the West is desirable on many grounds. The first and chief reason is that it may be needed to carry the reciprocity agreement, though parliament. The West has power to neutralize any possible anti-reciprocity majority in Ontario. If this ;is done, the defeat of reciprocity rendered impossible. Big majorities in the constituencies for big majority of tlie members from tlie West for recipracity-p-these are-easily obtainable if the .electors who want reciprocity to thelr'wlshes by their votes. If they are'obtained it will settle for all time' inn Her of wider markets and freer trade. This is a golden opportunity which, if foregone, .will not recur. Partv friendships must not stand in tbe way of securing this boon. It is now ot never ['or reciprocity. Let .us take no.cuanc.es. The reciprocity candidate in the Medicine Hat -constituency is U Buchanan. Let. nothing interfere with your .voting for him if yon want reel procity. Take no chances. Vote for Buchanan. CONSERVATIVES FOR RECIPROCITY Seven Opposition Candi- dates in Quebec in Favor .Montreal. Sept. Con- porvaUve ('Hiuiidate must be added to the number In this" province who are in favor uf reciprocity. Word comes i from Lex- Cedres that, at a meeting held In that village last week. Ur, Lor- tie. Sir Wilfrid's opponent in ges, not only declared himself as be- ing in favor of tbe trade agreement, but renounced his leader. Mr. R. L. Uorden, as he has done at several oth- er meetings in tbe county. Mr. Ber- nard, who accompanied the 'candidate, represented protection at; being Hie mother of all ills. This makes seven Opposition candl- ilates In (lie .Montreal district who are pledged lo reciprocity, b.iit who oppose the government on its naval policy. The others are: Mr. A. A.'.Motidou, in Vamaska. Mr. W. A. BareUe, in Kurtliier Mr. J. P. O. Guilbault, in .loliette. Mr. Tancrede Mai'sil. in Bagot. G. MoneHc, in Laprairie-Xapioi1- Mr. Gilbert; in Urummoml-Artba- baska. ,'r. Le thb r idge Monumental Works Boo our work; Get our prices. Agents' Wanted. All kinds of iiiHi-ljlo slab work.' Simpson Needs Works: SHi St. Sonlli. Proprietors. SIR WILFRID HAS KEPT PROMISES SUPREME COURT PROCEEDINGS: VICTORY FOR BUCHANAN FOK SALE T roomed fully modern furniihed house on 12th Street A. I'avaiugji Ave. Price WOO. cash will handle. Apply. Do you want to Sell Your Land? Civil and Criminal Cases Will be Heard at Dif- ferent Sittings An innovation has Imen made in fi Supreme Court sittings in the province of Alberta, by the Attorney- Crenei'itl, which is expected to facil- itate tire work of the court to some extent. Previously the criminal ami civil cap3e.s were set down to be h-eard at the -same time, mid as tli'a criminal cases took up a great deal of time, the witnesses for the civil cases to wait for a con- plfl of sometimes before being called. This entailed a large amount of cost-j in th'jse which did not seem to lie necessary. This fall the Court will ail in Lutlibridge on the second Tuesday hi October for lt'3 criminal cases, and on the fourth Tuesday fov the civii 'This will enable the wiin-s-oE-as civil oases to avoid waiting in the city until (he criminal cases are d i posed of, and will work to ailvnn- luge of all. pariies. To date tlvar-e have six ciriminal cases set. for ln-3 October sittings of the me Courl. Calgary. Sept. Ar- chie McLean, who has Jbeen his riding in the inter- est's of W. A. Buchanan, .Al. A., Yeport-5 that the latter will have majority ever any candidate in that section. "The farmers throughout. Southern Alberta are Tour to one for reciprocity, and Alber- ta will send seven members to Ottawa to support the meas- ure. On all hands the same cry for bigger and better mar- kets is said Mr. Mc- Lean, "and lluchanan will have one ol tbe easiest, elec- tions that, has -aver been fougbi out in thai section of the Acton. Ont., .Walter Beardmore, of Toronto, Head of] the 1'jrnis of Beardmore fc Co., and the Acton Tanning Co.. of Acton, Out., spoke very strongly in favor of reci- [H'ocily at a meeting held here Thurs- day night in tbe interests of Walter Marland Smith, Liberal candidate for Halton. Mr. Beardmore stated that be had been asked by tbe Tanners' section of be Canadian Manufacturers' Associa- ion, when reciprocity was first moot- ed, to interview the government re- larding 'its-', probable effect on their iialriie; He had seen Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who assured him tihat if, was lot the intention of tne government j .o do anything thai would in any way tc a detriment to Canadian manufac-. irs When the agreement was biought befoie the House, Mi had "teen-1 and vias con unced that it wab as Sir Wtlfnd had said. Air. Beardmore felt that-reciprocity would be. a good thing for. his busi- ness, inasmuch as .the .western farm- FATAL ACCIDENT AT G_RASSY LAKE Injured While Digging a! Set In Medicine Hat, Sept. Gus- tow died in the city hospital late on Saturday night, ay a result of an ac-! titdent which he met with on Thui's- j day last, two bones in his leg broken. (iuslow is a resident -of Grassy Lake. On Thursday lie was brought to the city hospital, suffering from a broken leg. He was not long in the hospital, however, when gangrene de- veloped in the fracture, and his death resulted. Uiisfow wa-3 digging a well on his farm near Grassy Lake, when sonva pari of the machinery. dowir in the well went wrong, and while, he was trying to repair it, part of it recoiled and struck him with such force in tlie leg that it eautvjd t'h'e fracture. He was y-aars of age, and is sur- vived by a wire and three children. Tils remains were shipped to Gras- sy Lake y'i'jterday for Jniernvent. MISSIONARIES REPORTED SAFE! A big snap t room. iiiodcni house, corner .Husell and on '2 lots. cash, loan balance oarv. 2 lots on 'Russell St., for a low days only. Terms. H. J. H. Skeith Oppoiite Alexandra Hotel ofs were in favor of it. and' t-hat. oulri mean -an increase of trade in that direction, lie was equally con- vinced that it would bo good for the fanners, good for the consumers and good for the country as a whole. Toronto, Sept. cablegram of a decidedly reassuring nature as. lo tlir safety of ihc Canadian mission- aries in China in the disturbed uriia was received (his morning by Rev. K. 10. Shore, at the Methodist, mission rooms. The is from Cluing Kins, (.'bans Fite and Kiiling missionaries arc said to he safe.." The Cheng Kuc is now open. The cablegram also -slates that. lliB (allowing missionaries ami their families liavu arrived safe and.wrM at Clniiij; King, Rev. T. W. llatemaii, Rev. .1. M. Thompson' and -Miss L. .Norman, under the general board, and Misses Henry, Austin, Turner ami Smith of Uin M- S-, who were stationed at L'liong Kuc. C. W. Service and Miss Muriel B. Wood, of the general board, and blisses Slccl, Virtu. Marshall and S. 13. Geilfay of] ENCAMPMENT PATRIARCHS OPPOSE AMALGAMATION Indianapolis, hid.. Sept. follows from .-ill over tbe country and U' M" S' stationed, al Kin 1 ing. Canada arrived today for.tbe Grand j RRV- M- 1'- McCamnumd, Rev. .f. R. Sovereign which begins I I'-arl, Kcv. A. K. telson, Dr. K. N. hcr-e today, and continues throughout j Allen, and Miss Swilx.er, of Lin: gen- the week. The proposed merger of; oral hoiud, and Miss Anson of the militant, Hie military M. .S. slaUoticd at branch of the order, with tbe encamp- ment branch, is meeting; with opposi- tion from the officials of the Mlii- archs. The committee appointed last rear to consider the proposition, is expected to meet the first of tbe week nil formulate its report to the grand odgc. Y.M.C.A. NOTES I h ave Bring clients with money who want good buys in your listings at once W. R. DOBBIN, Agent for Avery Machine Co. 310 7th Street Lethbridge, dmvn ODD-FELLOWS ENCAMPMENT AT INDIANAPOLIS Indianapolis, Iml., Sept. sands of Oddfellows from -All over lite United Stales itnd Canada, are here todny for Uie onenins -of '.irand Sovereign Lotlge whirii will continue throughout, the week. Arrangements have been made for visitors during the week. Among the Important matters to come tip is tho proponed merger of Pa- triarrhs .Militant, Iho military branch of the order, with the Kncamnnuuit. brand] as a means of curtailing: 6.v Ileuses. Amonf? the decorations of Ilia city (lie UrltiPh flag is displayed nroi.un- enlly in honor of the Canadi-.ni dele- gates. WHAT AN EXTRA MARKET WILL DO WAS NOT MARRIED BUT GOT DIVORCE GENERAL StRIKE DECLARED IN SPAIN Madrid, Sept. On- cral Union of Labor today cided to call a general utrlke throughout Spain on a to be fixed later. The bowliii" alloys will open to- morrow. Neiv miiV3i-alite bulls, and new pins and the alleys have been mil in first-class shape. The will hnve use of these alkyj from S till 10 ev'crj evening, except Sunday. DeHniL'3 arrangemeius have been jnacl-a for Congressman Henry George, -Ir.. of Xew York City, to deliver an address In the V..M.C.A. auditorium, on October X As is well known, Mr. is "IP -son of the late Henry Cflorg-a. the father of- the Single Tax movement. Single Tax is -becoming (inits popular in some parts of Can- ada and in the L'nlt'ad Slates, and Mr, lecture will b-e in- teresting on that account. Plans are lifting- completed for a bifi and social on September '29, 'I'he Voiing I'ooplcs" societies of the city, and the school teachers will he j sp-auial guests at. this function, al- though lire senoral public will ,he in- vited. There will bo a splendid pro- griiinnSe, refreshmonl.s will h-e served. This will he f.h-3 first of a. series of sot'inl entertainments and during thti coming Iliiani. Dickoul, thr Inhor candidate in ".Vest Hamilton, has en torn! lion agiiinKt the Hamilton llciithl for calling him a Mormon, lie is a mrmhrr of the l.alltM DHV Saints. A rthur IVachy was acquit tpd of th'1, rhariir of nnjrrftfi'ing Kmile l.esntteat- Mont real, In th- year 1910-11, when there was a good crop in Alberta, the farmers sold their wheat up to December 1 on the regular ex- port basil, wiii. the Winnipeg market as a standard. Early in December the word ca-nc to Can- ada that Mexico on account of failure had removed the duty on wheat. Immediately buyers in Calgary began buying wheat at a premium of from three to four cents over the Fort William prices. During the re- that season the deal- ers paid a premium of from three to seven And a quarter cents aver the regular Fort William prices. all of the spring wheat and a great deal of red winter wheat grown in Southern Alberta found a market by this route, and the grain growers made thousands of dollars on ac- count of this new market. They came into competition with the western wheat growers who had great advantage! in the way of transportation over our dealers, but they told their grain and got the money. That Ii where an additional mtrktt, a very small and Insig- nificant one. It is true, was triad. The reader judge for him- self to the If enor- mous United States market bi thrown open to our wttttrn train frewiri. ,oa Angela, Cal.. Sept. ced from u woman he never married SUihichi Kojima, a .lapiuiese, of tiiis city, tortny, is in a position to take a wife. Kojiina camo to America nine years ngo. 'Koiir yeai-j later, in accordant with Japanese customs, he applied his mother in Japan to find him wife. After rtll Nipponese formalities had been the bride -rame to America. Kojiina, accompanied >by hia brother, went to meet the steam- ship which brought Iier. Tbe girl fell in love with the brother, and married him. In the course of if mo, Kojima again appealed to'bis mother to find him a wife. She found him a but tbe emigration authorit- ies refused to give hor a passport, be- en use, according to their records, Ko- jiina already had ii wife. They knew nothing of how Kojima had failed in iiis first mutrimonfal adventure. Kojima appealed to the American courts to annul ilie agreement by wlilch his brother's wilV was to have been hia, and Mint has been done. The girl in who has been se- lected as a daughter-in-law by Kojima's mother, may now come to this country. Grain Insurance Grain and Eleva- tor Insurance written at current rates i j For full see H. J. H. Skeith Phone 1343 Opp. Hotel DENTIST DISAPPEARED: DILIGCNT. SEARCH MADE Richford, Que., Sept. Nathan T, II, Settle, who disapeared from this village several 'weeks 350, is still unacconnr-ad for, although ev- ery means have 'been taken to find him. The river wa-j -dragged here, lie practiced deiuiotrj bete for oral yeai'j. THE DEFERRED ELECTION APPARENTLY JUSTIFIED Oltawa. Sepl. notifica- tion of the postponement of the Thun- der Bay election, been received y tihe Clerk of the Crown in Koley HHK a letter from returning officer Hnrrlgan, aiming (hut Wie size of the constituency did not allow of carrying out. the necesiiiry urepnra- tions within the time specified. Hnl- sHld, were only Issuer! on SaUirdny, rhpre boK-n to he distributed over area of 3DO miles, St. City Property EXCHANGE We bnve 2 fully modern new houses, close in, that we can take -A small cash payment, with sonic guocHotB'or mall cottttge as balance. Farm Property W1U. half section.of good land, a few miles from proposed il-.ition on Weyburn line, which will ic built lo this point next spring. Cquity in in ml. about A 'pay- nent of JSOO.OO to be made thio fall, looii property wanted. This acre leas than surrounding, land if same qunlity. THE Dowsley-Mulhem Land Co.