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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 2.1, THE LETHBRIIXJE DAILY HEttALl) !AFTER DOCTORS FAILED Prophesies a Victory Laurier LydiaE.Pinkham'sVegeta ble Compound Cured Her, Miclgie Station, N. One can hirdly believe ttiln an it ia not natural, but my case. For ten months i Buffered from Bunnression. I had different doctors, tried different me- dicines, but none helped me. My friends tottl mo I would go into M decline. One day a lady friend told me what your medi- cine had done for her, so I wrote you for advice and re- ceived your reply with pleasure, ia K Pinkham's (Continued from Front Pigt.) JorHles, since reciprocity is'; slroiip. HtnoiiK the lislunnon, lumbermen anil growers of the sections mimed. Nor ilo lliey expect gains in llic, wliuat provinces. ol Mani- toba. Snskatehcwnn anil Alucrta, in view o[ Iliu lisiu-fll which will nc- lu llic tanners ,ol 'Umt section (tee; iiitetcliaiino Ilirmiirh (In; proposed of their products. The Uhcruls expect nothing from j llrllisli Coluinhia ami will he con- ;l'-nt lo hold Ihc two seals they have. The premier ol llrilish Columbia, Ihc I ton. Hiclmril Mcllrlito, is Uic idol ol (lie province, a strong, forceful I man. who, it is Ircitly stated, will he j chosen instead of Ii. I.. Uoriltu as j I he premier of Canada in case of Conservative success. In Ihe oilier western provinces, where tho drain tion, soirttlhing I started taking Lydi Vegetable Compound, Growers' associa- to the n.ilionai the states, i.i and at the the Conservatives'would he glad lo READY FOR MAGIC MAGRATH BAKING FAIR POWDER Magruth, S'opt.' directors of the Agricultural Society arc tenri- hiy -ovory effort towards making the Knll which will .be hold next Friday and Saturday, at the Bx- lii'bition grounds, a signal BUCOCBK, i For past month meetings have been held regularly every Saturday evening, uiid no stone will be left mi- j turned lo make the fair this s.aaon n I'jeord-hreaker. Itesldea being an agricultural fair of first-elaKs stand ing hi Uio province, tho exhibition association have made It a race meet of- no small import- ance. This season a rac-s card has heeii will, without doubt, attract some fast hor- ses from all over tho province. Tlie fact hut MaiiraUi lias one of the fin- est tracks in the Canadian West will j _________ be an incentive to hot-semen, and this, i in connection with the generous pur-! Buchanan, reciprocity ,md the Lib- offered, will insure two good eral government, were last evening 'fays Or racing, both harness and run-, accprded one of biggest recop- Observations on Last Election (Contlnutd from Front TORON ONT, LIBERALS HELD FINAL SMOKER jhold what; they have, but fear Ihcy-IlilIB> -s.acretarj. jlilLkln hns irirnrmed ..Ions in North Utlibridgi v.-ilt lose supporters, espmam ...m timl :i llinnfl.2r nf, tion of "the city ever witnessed, iecoml bottle showed improvement. Now 1 am regular and never was so well in my life, thanks to Mrs. _ Finkham's medicine. Manitoba, which has been a strong-i entries bavc .been made for (be races, j or participated In. The function took Please jinblish the j of their party In provincialj he expects many more.. 'the form of a smoker, and at the elections. Yukon's single j Anothor f lire thin FPHSOII. KM In _ BamM time1 stirring and pithy vation of the ventiment of the people ard M conipariuon of arguments find methods adopted by the parties. The CoraarvHtlvoB have been forced llu kewy perfect ftltonrw upon the course puntiied by their party in the J immediate pant, and to flmilly narrow I heir appeal t.o thv.1 annexation cry as the only subterfuge with wliich to draw attention from arguments put nj) ny the supporters of recipro- city. Judged by these facts, it is difficult to believe that an intelligent p'ioplt will willingly stultify them- by openly pleading their weak- ntas us to loyalty, as uir excuse for refusing an offer for 'h-.flcr trade re- lations with a country adjoining i.hem. j Indications in this district point the other way. The last few days has shown decided weariness upon I the part of many people with the con- tinued insinuation that -they arc too weak in their love, of country to per- mit thorn-delves to tetter their com- mercial interests for fear of lossei Ing their loyalty to the country which Is trying to aid them along sut'h Hires. Election Returns at Starland To-night ish iny benefit of MRS. JOSIAH W. HICKS, Midgie Station, N. B. Indian Head, Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound is indeed a boon to women who BiifFer from female ills. My health is better now than it has been in my five years of married life and 1 Umnk you for tho pood yonr advice and medicine have done me. 1 had spent, hundreds of ijoritv whici dWrV v Box Head, Saskatchewan. The most successful remedy in this country for. the- care of all form? of female complaints is Pinltham's Vegetable Compound, TWO CUBAN EDITORS INDULGE IN DUELLING Sept. Sl.Arturo de Oarri-, eirte, editor of El Bate, of Havana, Humon S. Vnrona, editor of El of Glenfliagc-s, fought a duel with'rapiers this afternoon. Ra- mon way wonnrfed In the arm, of Henri Bonfassa, editor of ihe not seriously: Thte duel was the suit of a newspaper controversy. live is certain to he Ubeial in poli- tics. The keys, then, in the approaching elections arc the provinces of On- tario and Quebec. This is not at all in view ot tlie heavy mu- sh tbn representatives of these provinces have in the hoiisc of commons. Two Provinces in Control Of the total of 321 members Ontar- io lias eighty-six and Quebec sixty- five. Thus the two provinces have in the neighborhood of sevcn-tcntlis of the whole. To them, and especially to Quebec, Sir Wilfrid Lander has been devoting himself particularly. The Conservatives have been content to leave their campaign in Ontario 10 the local politicians aad in Quebec lo Ihc Nationalists, under the leader- I the piist, is the musical fcvitivai, i fis w-ara delivered by the Liberal can- which will he held in tlie Assembly didate and others to crowded bouses. Hall on Friday evening. Liberal prlz-j A double meeting was the flMt are offered for solos, quartettes, 7.30 In the Miners' Hall, and the glees, etc. Also a grand cliuir con-'other at 9.00 o'clock in Hiding's Hall. Iwt, In which several choral go'clet-i 3o groat was the enthusiasm of the will compete. -This will mate a j miners for Buchanan that many of fitting filial, to tho festival. The lo-! Uioin followed him to his second ad- cal choir, under the direction of Prof. Johnson and ,i. A. Rasmnssen. are in condition, and it is tbouglit that they will a creditable show- ing. l.c well conducted French journal, Devoir The eastern and western sections, are expected to go strongly Conser- vative. There are well iniormcd men shonl.I be the case Sir Wilfrid's ma- jority will be swelled beyond his e.v- Contemplate! Do not weigh anything in a second, tmt take ft secoad thought when a druggist or dealer asks you to Accept n .substitute for DR. FOWLER'S Extract of Wild Strawberry. This preparation has been on the market for over 65 years, and so far us we know has never yet failed to cither relieve or cure the worst .DIARRHOEA, DYSENTERY, COLIC, CHAMPS. OE PAINS "IN THE STOMACH, CHOLERA MOR- (most astute observer. There is no U.US, CHOLERAV INFANTTJM, thai, (he Nationalist move- But the great attraction to most will .be the exhibition itself. The fair here, bits made a splendid its-olf all over'the country, and the directorate are determined that this year will yee 110 deviation from that, rule. To thhi end, ;thoy have 'worked untiringly There is little doubt, weather per- mitting, that tlwlr efforts will be crown-ad with a .brilliant success. The secretary, B. Matkin. is deserving of special mention, as the weight of the whole exhibition practically rests up- hta should'Jis. 13ut Mr. ARTHUR HAWKES MAKES DENIAL Toronto. Sept. Ilnwkes, the editor of the Journal, British In Canada, whose "British-born" cam- paign caused a good deal of sensa- Mon during the election, has made nubile statement that the articles I'esa, and were sorry when he ended. The. gist of the speeches of the' candidate showed that was he wrote weite completed 'before he hi Bympathy wltli organized labor and j entered upon the political'campaign, B itaunch friend of the laboring man, and were written without the know- anri fully understood liis conditions. ledge oC Hon. Frank Cochraiie, who snyc in the vicinity of Georgian hay, iH the task. H-e has proven his worth in this regard in the past. The grounds are h-aing put in con- who are cci'tain the Liberals will win for Friday next, and all tliingB ten scats in Ontario, ami if this wil1 he readiness for the opening pf thy fair on that day. The psople of Magrath have taken it upon them- selves to entertain the fair visitors, BJJMMEE COMPLAINT, OR ANY LOOSENESS OF THPJ BOWELS. Mrs. A. J. McLellan, London, Out., writes is with much pleasure I to aay that I have used Dr. Fojt'ler'a Eitractof Wild Strawberry great success. Last summer toy little boy, IS months old, was attacked two or three times with Diarrhoea, but each time, after one day'a doses, be was all right agaiu. My husband was also takca bad one pight. The next day three doses cured him, I always Insist on Dr. Fowler's being given me.'' If you want to be on the safe side, ask for Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Rtrawberry, and insist on getting what you for. The original is manufactured only fcy The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Onfc. See that our name is the wrapper. 85 cenU. H has liceii one of Jt ,B Umn..ht th.lt there u.ni amhillony of his career to secure a ,UUe in getting accommo- majority of the Ontario reprcscnla- aatlon. othwr attractions and sports, the fallowing list of races will tae carried out: Half-mile dash, running race; best two in three heats, Quarter-mile dash, free Tor all, 512.. Half-mile dash, free for all, thor- oughbreds barred, ?S. iivcs, hut lie has failed up to this time. Quebec is a problem even to the mcnt hns gained gcpat headway here. PASS NEWS The Puss, Sept. M. Mur- ray, of Culcman, and Wolshen- holmes, of Blairmore, are leaving on trip to Uic Arrow Lakes on Fri- day next- Frank Methodist: church is holding its anniversary services on Sunday next. Rev. Irvvin, of Hollcvicw, will preach. The Barrel and BarfleLfc Co. of the Blairmore Enterprise publishing Co., i: purchased the Coleman Miner, and are this week issuing their first edition from C'olcinan. We understand they will handle both papers. To the miners he proved that the "Let well enough alone" policy of tiie Opposition did not tend to improw their present condition. He pointed out that Ihe opening up of new coke markets meant a' corresponding in- in the number of coal mines in the province of Alberta, and elu- cidated in a manner that was plain to all, the policies of the Opposi- tion .and Conservative capitalistic concerns in their attempts to defeat reciprocity because of the increased competition bring, a com- petition thai meant cheaper food for the miiifir's tab I'd. Throughout his entire address, Mr. Buchanan was was In charge of tire Conservative campaign in Ontario, lie gays that It wa-j after they were ready for dis- tribution, .before Mr.. Cochraiie made my mention of tbem in his letter to the editors telling thaiu they would be good material to use. He denies that he is or has been subject to the Conservative party, either actually or potentially. Half-mile pony race, ]-U hands and bill, discussing Una question to i inder, ?fi. satisfaction of his listeners. Ho a Half-mile dash, for saddle horses, 59, 100-yards 'barrel racte. Second Day Grand stock parade at 1.30. One-mile, 2.30 pace, 2.25 trot, best two in three beats. Tlalf-milc running race, three lieats, lady riders, ?15, I Oiva-niile fanners' race, team ,to Dominion Election Score Cards Can be had at any of the undermentioned places for Jackson Cope's Drug Store Red Cross Drug Book Store J. D. Higinbotham's Drug Store Alberta Drug Store Robertson's Book Store The Alexandra News Stand Herald Office trot to democrat, ?S. Three-fliifti'ter mile dash, free for all, 100-yards foot race, On-3 and one-bnlf mile relay race, !t hori-as and i saddle used tbrough- out, Half-mile dash, Half-mile relay, foot, race, RIOTERS WERE FINED: ONE SENT TO JAIt Sydney, x. S., Sept dred and eight persons, who .took part in lire riots hem in August, went to court, today, and wore fined from n pound to four pounds each. Tb. secretary of I be Federated Irpi Workers was sentenced to two months at hard for aiding disturbance. listened to in rapt, attention by the newly Required citizens of Canada, and when he had finished the cheers that shook the-'bnihling made plain' to all that A. Buchanan had a rftaiinch and true friend in the work- ing man of Xorlli Lethhridge, a friend that carrier him on to true victory today in liis great fight as champion of their rights. In Senator DeVober, who also ad- dressed each meeting, the candidate had an able seconder. The as a man of wide expertence and one who understands conditions ot working men, both ISast and West, gave a helpful talk on the eight-hour the Iso dealt with the continual struggle go- ing on 'between capital and organized labor, showing how the working man was to get justice out of the coining with the States, inasmuch as it was an k-uie of the Liberal party that stands for the interests of tlie labor classes, as opposed to the Conservative party representing th-a capitalists. T. S. 'Mackenzie spoke shortly'and to the point, diseasing the working man's side of tho issue, and in a few well-chc'ien words, attested to tli'3 hon- esty and worth of the candidate, his address striking a vibrant chord in j.he heart of every man present Otlwr warriors in the fight, such as .1. H. Palmer, D. King, and others, brought out fiflsh arguments that, were greedily digested by tho hear- who seemed to be immune from any tii-ed feeling when such a mat- ter of great import, was confronting them. The audience simply refused avo the 'building, and cried out- time an.1 again for more of the pol- itical dope. One from among their own number was listened to with social delight, and that, was Louis Moore, tvjrretary treasurer of' (lie Miners' Union. Mr. Moors won the sympathies of life fellows in the great work he has been conducting WOMEN HELD POUCE FORCE BACK WITH GUN Memphis, S-apt. Tcengca leld a whole police force at 'bay to- lay when they attempted lo arrest her husband, former treasurer of 'the Night and Day Bank. THEATRICAL 4 ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS MAIL, .MSB FUTURE SAILINGS (St. Lawrence Route) MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL EMPRESS OF IRELAND. LAKE CHAMPLAIN...... EMPRESS Op, BRITAIN.. LAKE MANITOBA........ EMPRESS OF IRELAND. LAKE CHAMPLAIN...... EMPRESS OF BRITAIN.. LAKE MANITOBA........ EMPRESS OF IRELAND.. LAKE CHAMPLAIN...... ..FRIDAY, SEPT. 22 ..THURSDAY, SEPT. 23 ..FRIDAY, ..THURSDAY, ..FRIDAY, ..THURSDAY, ..FRIDAY, ..THURSDAY, ..FRIDAY, ..THURSDAY, OCT. OCT. 12 OCT. 20 OCT. 26 NOV. 3 i NOV. 9 NOV. 17 NOV. 23 LOWEST Second, Third ci MATES WEEKLY SAILINGS Unequalled Complete detail? on application. Berth reservations can now be made with iny Railway or Steamship Agent for Christmas chips, or write >S. Mitchell, Agt., J. S. Carter. LETHBRIDGE. Gen'l. Agt., 450 Main St., Winnipeg. DISTRICT NEWS LOW OCEAN RATES TO EUROPE 3rd clave {doted roomf) 2nd clan (1 clli< cabin) TO LONDON DIRECT CUNARD LINE Canadian Service MODERN STEAMERS UNEXCELLED SERVICE Information aud Tickets from any local Agent, or write H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. Can. Weit, 445 St.. WlnniptQ, Man. PHONE MAIN 5312 Harris on the 18th. MAJESJIC THEATRE MONDAY, SEPT. 25 The Wallers Stock Company has held Mic boards at, Hie local opera house tor three- nights Ibis and has been greeted by crowned houses. No butler balanced company has buen seen here Oils season. Every member cityi went to Alagratb to take up of tho company is capable. Miss Sar-! position in the Wank of Montreal, ah I [arisen hns improved wonderfully! Tne concert held by the L. since'her last ap primmer here and, was well attended ,a WHITLA NEWS Our ball' basement is about com- pleted. watch the hall go up into sight. soon begin in car- fact, some of the rigs are started up already. Bobbie Davis, representing Pluuk- ett and Savage, of Lethbridge, wia In Whitla on the J4th Iiwt. .Mite Ullie Aclanrn, of Toronto, who lias been visiting Misv A. Carson, of this place, returned to Toronto last week. Miss M. Anderson an dsiater, Mrs. E. J. Corbett and daughter, Miss An- ita, visited Mrs. A. Carson on Sun- lay last. A. Aahton mad-o a trip to .Medicine Hat one day the past week. .1. Carson, of Whitla, spent one day it the fair, at Plncher Creek. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gillette, a boy. Chris. Aahton is on the sick list r tins' I _______ All of lira boys around here arc t pretiy busy with their guns, and all i Tilis morning there was published a seem to be pretty lucky in finding terrible story under glaring bead- the birds. Mines of a "dastardly attempt, to clis- A was held at Mr. Poore's, i franchise volcrs." Tho plot was south of town. All report a good j simjilv awful and consisted, it was tim'3. j alleged, of the Liberal Association Mr. Moore, exp-srt.for the Mnssey- to voters where' to onfcstor Co., was in Whitla wcre One j'ingk1 instance was quoted of a man who should vote at Central school being tuld to vote at Fire Hall No. I, about four or five blocks T. L. d everyone ex-1 ff viiat was a terrible crimv the 'DASTARDLY ATTEMPT, ETC." Miss Leila J.-Uchardson, who ..has iieen visiting her parents, of -this s her lending roles avo the equal of any 1 pressed lierc. She i.s a ac-; V3r-v Tho show on the JTtli been ever tress. Mr. Chrislenscn is tin; capable aelbr as oi yore and he has I ,_ ]UUe .f j' henetit themselves as enjoying H, jCnnscrvalive associatioo has igiiiltv of one much worse. ,1. Watson; who lives on i Si, N'ot'tli; reports to Whitla j ln-.it, brigbtened things Kivcn faithful during Uic I aro week. The old veteran, l.nkc Cos-1 f, Herald that, he was notified by the tcptse'Ting Camp- Connive Association that he. grove, numapus tlie productions, and Home, of Letb-'. llL.thft Laljor lcmPlc wllcn in addition to.his splendid acling, called in on'the l-Uh j h" votes at the Westminster. school, .ncaily two miles away from sent leaves no detail out of his plays, finst. Monday night the bill was "A Pari-j Mr. Hicks, representing sian Princess." Tuesday night they of stopped in Whitla on t, i.... n.." n .....i I the 1-lth.. 1J .Liurns, rljiic the Tories would have gave, "A Country and last night the king of plays, "Corianton." This was greeted by n h'S house and every member of the company exert- ed themselves in giving-a faithful per- formance of 0. 1T- Hean's play. The scenes were al! realistic and intensely' interest-ing. The parts re- ceived excellent treatment from each member ;if the company and a finish- ed production resulted. him. the Mtli., If the little fellow over on the oth- Mra. Thoma-3 is here from Iowa, OI Uj.eR such. strong language visiting her aunt and family, but will ;anmtl [Jhemis for what they rtifl, return to Iowa, the last of suffiuiDntIy Tlie writer saw ihr original pro- duction of "Corlanlon" witb Joseph Mawoitb, one of America's greatest actors, in itie litlc role, aiiil Agnes jjV Rose Lane ns Isabel, ami j tlif: j-.rodiiclion of las! nighl com- !y with I he oiiginal ex- Miiboralc .scenic rffects MiiRical numbers by John with thn original, air. .lonns- The meeting held here- by Mr. W. j A. 'Buchanan, of I.'.Hhbridge, was will i attended. C. S. Pingle, of Mediciive gave a very Interesting .talk on 1-eciprocU.y. Mr. Buchanan did also, and botli were applauded very qu-antly. The traveller for the Robin Hood flour stopped in Whitla one day lust week. Mrs. Vaughan. of Jamestown, N. D., jis visitng h-er slater, Mrs. W. A. 1---- -f tlite town. strong to condemn his own party 2 HARMON VERY NQN-COMMITAL among Liberal mining element for th-o i pares fnvoral: govcrnm-snt. i cept for the gart livened the proceedings, if such could bo possible, by song. Alto-: 'Jtlitii', it was a winning stunt for the j winning party, mid it is yafc to say j that today North Lethhridgo retnrna son was "every bit as effective a Cor- lams are in const ant us now hauling out provisions for the thresher-'. ............J Roan, from tho south conn- a large majority for Liberalism, "nl "Don. The was fn Wliltla on the 10th. He m-oeity andthe common people. janlnm of Mr. Wallers and the Shib- crops tiirnln; iantoi. ns Mr. Maworlli Miss Del- as capalilc a as Miss Lane, and Mr. Cosgrove's Itastol Misses Byrde and Mahelte Rlohiii'd'Jon were callers at the Weir borne on Thursday last. j Th0 new hall will be tVady for ns-e before very long. Now, all turn out] and help us dance. Thp THE COLONIES' POSITION WITHIN THE EMPIRE London. I'lFhor, f Australia, di-jcupslng Canada's rade conrliiions, says thai "t.lic fut- irc relations of home aud oversoas' governments will assume the widest of freedom witb issprr.live tatea, with the affectionate bonds if frepdoni for t.ho common good of .11. The best parallel I can give is solar syaivjin. wnerc oncb planet has Us own orbit, aad in world of ilsHF. yet In indlasol- Iimly bound up with vvery other Ion of Mr ISlliniisftml were clever nits of Montana, Min- nlng out 'good down In (lint country. Bad Blood- is the dircrt and inevitable result of irregular Or constipated and rlocjjed-up kidneys and skin. The undigcslnd food and other waatcrnat- tcr wliich is allowed to accumulate poisons llic bloofl nnd the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills actdlrrclly on the bowels, regulating the Itidnrys, giving fane and strength to properly filter the on the slnn, opening up the pores. For pure blood and good health lake Dr. Norse's Indian Root Lots of fresh fruit on hand in Whit- la. Farmers, come, anil show you nsortmiint. Spring -J-, man would run iiway from tlie presi- dency of tlie. United said Governor Harmon, of Ohio, this af- fcrnoon. when ar.lced if by-was a can- didate for the Democratic presiden- tial nomination. When asked fur a more definite nn- noiiiietinbiiL, Governor Harmon re- plied that he did not consider it in keeping wilti the proprieties of the 1 governor's coni'iUTJicc to drag in per- soiuil political affairs. He had not at.it'iuled thn conference, he said, as a caiif'iihitc f'T any SMALL FIRE WAS QUICKLY QUENCHED I brigade yoitcrilky modo n riMiul run to tlie holme of iMra. Mc- Kay, r.onvar of 1st street anil 2nil aionnc South. A small ou-thouno'lmil tnlten fire, and had gaine-.1 yome lit- tle headway before being notlcetl. The quick response of the department the house from d-aslritctlon,