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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Thursday, .September 21, THE DAILY AFTER DOCTORS Prophesies a Victory Foi v Laurior (Continued from Front L.ydia ble Compound Cured Her. jorUios, sinc'i! reciprocity is .slraiij; iimoiip, tin, ilKlicriuuti, lumbermen anil Jipijlo groum's ol Hit! sections rniinuiL Nor ilo iliuy e.vpcul guiiiH in the provinces- lit ManU lobii, .Sn.skutchiMviiir ami AlbprU, in view nl-llii' lirlicllt which will iic- (.'I'liL1 In ihn farmers of that fit'cUon UiruiiKli Hut jiruiioktul free of iltcir products Miilgio Station, N. can this an It is not natural, I Th'ti Liberals cxpuct rat my case. Far ten months Hritisli mill will be f from Burtprwi bad dillriont doctors, i tilichblfcitnt j dicmf but none j I !im. lulped mi. My j to hold I In- two scats they have. Tin- I'l-pinicr of Hritisli Columbia, READY FOR MAGIC MAFGARiRTH Richard McUrliln, :i s the n, forceful Alagrntii, Sepl. directors or thg Agricultural Society are Ins ovory nffort towards milking tho Fall Kalr, which will ,be held hero next Krldny and Suliinlay, at ilui Bx- htllltloil groundx, u slsnal tli-o jawt moatli moclliiKii have been hold tagularly CVIT.V Sntiirduy evcMiing, and no ntono will be loft nn-! lo make the fair tills a "word-breaker. Heiildw being an agricultural fall- idol standing I" Ihe province. decline. One day a j chosen ilijteailHt Ii. lady fric-nd told mo p'remier of Cannila what your medi- your medi- cine had donu for her, ao 1 wrote yon for advice end re- ceived your reply with pleasure. I started taking LydiaE. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound, 'and at tho I nocond bottle showed improvement. Now I am regular and never was no I well in my life, thanks to Mrs. Pinlcham'c medicine. Please publish my hitter for the j benefit of JOSIAII W. HICKS, Midgie Station, N. B. Indian Hend, Lydia E, Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound ia indeed a boon to women who suffer from female ills. ia better now thap it has been in my live years of married life and I thank you for tho good your advice and medicine have done me. 1 had spent hundreds of jj0rit; dollars on doctors without receiving any FRANK COOPEK, Box Indian Head, Saskatchewan. The most eucccssful remedy in this country for. the cure of ail forms of female complaints is Lydia E .Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, In UK; other western provinces, where the Grain Orowers' nsKocia- sonvi'Uinir p.Kin lo the iiu pi" the stales, is powerful, would hu glad lo hold wh.it i-hry have, hut h-ar they tho exhibition association have mitdc "i raw moot of no small import- 1 This season a un'omltd Dorileti us card huK in oust; of] withou sea from all over (ho province. Tho 1'iicl I hat .MhgrAf.li one of fin- est tracktj iu tin- Canadian Went will he au inc'3nlivy to and thib, iiv fOfHieelion wills ihe senerouij nur- ses offered, will Insuru two good Observalioos on Last Election from Front This season a uiilandtc! 9 mPtl IIP IIPI TV FINAL SMOKER Buchanan, reciprocity oral I'ntlon of the sentiment of the people ci'd a comparison of Ihe argur NIK! iiiethodH adopted by the two piU'Ues. Th'o Conservatives hiive been forced perfcot Hltoncrj upon the [t'onrue pursued by (heir party In the j immediate past, ajid.to finally narrow their appeal to Ih-e annexation cry as tho only subterfuge with which to draw aUontlou from tht arguments j put up hy llin supporters of recipro- city. Judged by these facts, it in difficult to helf-avc that an luU-lligc-nl people will willingly stultify them- s'JlvcK by openly pleading (heir weak- as to loyalty, ay an excuse for refusing an offer for tatter trade re- lations with a country adjoining them. Indications in this district point the other way. The last few days has shown decided we.iniiGss upon the part of many people with the con- tinued insinuation that they are (oo w-eitk in their love cf country to per-: niit themselves to better their com-1 uiercial interest for fear of lessei their loyalty to the country liioba. which bi-en a sin of tlioit: party tlw U'li i .ovenimenl, wei-o lust evening j which Is trying to aid them afon OM.U.IIB, ho h iiiriieiw iind run-. accorded one of IU? hlgst-n recep-Uiich lines ?.lalliln lias Informed, Uons in North L-eihhmlg? that rr mimb'av of. tion of liie city v entries liavc tmtde for ihu races. or participated provincial jam! he expects mam- more. ur, that see- hiis ever I m. the function took j the form .of a smoker, and at the iplcctions. Yukon's .single AnoilMp te.iure ibis t-aaEoii. r-i in Bam-, time stirring and pithv I live is certain to be Liberal in polj-jthe past, is the musical fc-.nival.Ies delivered "by the Liberal can- hies. pvliicii will be the Assembly didale and others to crowded houses. The keys, then, in ihe approaching evening. Liberal prix- A double meeting was h'eld, the fiiyt TWO .CUBAN EDITORS INDULGE DUELLING Havana, Sept. 21.Arturo tie Carrl- cartc. editor of El Bate, of Havana, and Ramon S. Varona, editor of El Commoreio, of Cienfuegcy, fouglit. n duel with rapiers this afternoon. mon wounded in tlie arm not seriously; Hull of a. newspape elect ions arc flic province's uf tario jiiid'QMehoc. This i.s not at all in view ttt tho heavy nia- which the repi'ssi'iilatives of Ihcsu jirovinccs have in the liouso of commons. Two Provinces in Control Of the total'of 32! members Ontar- io lias nighly-six and Quebec sixty- five. Tims tin; two provinces have in i are offered for ARTHUR HAWKES MAKES DENIAL fiai .choir, under the direction of Prof. Johnson and J. A. Itasmiissen, are in ext-alKml condition, and.it is thought. that they wjll make a creditable show- in sympathy with caused a gi I-CSR, ami were sorry when ho end-ed. (Hiring the election, has made Tho gist of the spoeclras of the I a public statement thtit the articles M'teral candidate-jhowL'd that h-a was i he wrote wei'a completed 'before Ire But. the ndgliborliood of seven-tenths of tht! whole. To them, and especially to Quebec.' .Sir Wilfrid I.nuriei: been devoting himself particularly. The Conservatives liavc tieeti con ton I the great uUi'aclion to most will -he the exhibition itself, i To the miners he proved a Bpldiidld well enough alon-e" policy of the for Hs-slf .-.11 over tho coinirry, i Opposition did not tend to i The fair here has 1 hihor and f entered upon the political campuign, a staunch friend of the laboring man, land were written without the know- find fully understood his conditions, j ledge of Kan. Frank Cochrane, who the was in charge of tlvo Conservative campaign in Ontario. He says that that improve that ride. To tt'.h end, to leave their Ontario worked untiringly together. iho poJiticinns and in Quebec 's Httle douhr, weather per- the Xationnlisls, .under the leader-] that th-oir efforts will be I LU iiiijd uv c n, are dotermlneil j ttielr pfoscnt coiKlition. He pointed that tiro Queuing up Or new coke markets inonnt a corrcspoiKling in- llint this from wil! 'ieo no deviation creiise in tte number of coal mines In. tlie province or Alberta, iind elu- in a manner that was plain Contempl crown-ad with a brilliant success. The I to all, ship of .Henri Hotirassa, editor of thti it wau after they were ready Tor dis- tribution, -before Mr. Cochrane made any mention of them in his letter to editors telling them they would be good matQrial to use. He tlenies that h-a is or has been subject to the Conservative party, either actually or potentially. Do not weigh iDythiug in a second, take a second thought when n j ten seals cheers that shook the 'building made 'plain to all Hiichannn 'Had" a staunch and true, fi-lund ill the work- ing nian of North Letlihridge, a Wand that, carrica him on to true victory loday In his great fight as champion of their, rights. In Senator L'eVeber, wiio also ad- rtre-jsed each meeting, the candidate had an able seconder. The as a man of wide expertence and one who understands conditions of j working men, both Kast and West, i gav-a a helpful talk on the eight-hour lms llcl'" crowded houses. MAJESTIC THEATRE MONDAY, SEPT. 25 The Wallers Stock Company has held Mic hoards al the local opera house for three nights this and WHITLA NEWS Our hall ha-jernent is about com- pleted. Xow watch the hall go up n to '.sight. Thrashing will soon begin in ear- fact, some of the rigs are started up already. Bobbie Da via, representing Plunk- It and Savage, of was in 011 th-e 14th inst. Lillie Adanrs, of Toronto, who las been visiting Miss A. Caiyoii, of his place, returned to Toronto last .-eek. -Miss M. Anderson an dsisler, Mrs. 3. ,F. Corbett and daughter, Jims An-, ia. visited Mrs. A. Carson on Sun- ay last. j A. Ashton mncte trip to j Mat one day the past week. J. Carson, of Whitla, spent one day at the fair at Pinclier Creek. Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gillette, a hoy. Chris. Ashton is on the 'sick .list this All of Ui'o boys around here arc pretty busy with their guns, and alii (o be pretty lucky in the birds. LOW OCEAN KATES TO EUKOPE class (closed roomc) S45 2nd class (1 .class cabin) TO LONDON DIRECT CUNAKD LINE Ciinaduin Service MODERN STEAJIERS UNEXCELLiSD SERVICE Information and Tickets from any local Agent, or write H. E. LIOMAN, Gen. Agt. We.t, 445 St., Winnipeg, Man. PHONE MAIN 5312 "DASTARDLY ATTEMPT, ETC." discussing tlve quBEtion to the No htiUe'r balanced conipany has satisfaction of listeners. Mo also I seen here this season. This muriiuig there was published. a finding terrible story under- glaring heiul- lines of allen.pt to dis- A danc-a was held at Mr. Poore's, jfrandii.se voters." The plot was south o[ town. All report a good yimj.lv and-consisted, it nas t'11-'3- j alleged, uf ihe Liberal Acsaciation. Mr. "Mooro, oxjwrt for' Ihe Massey- HiirrU on the IRth. Alichfirrtson, who has i been vjyiliiig her parents, of this j Kverr member !ciiyp wenj. )o to up school hiiing told to Aotc at Fue 'sending notice's to voleis to 'iuitu. and some of I hem ucie wiojij; {One single instance was quotcci of a mail who .should vote at Central The Barrel Hartlctt Co. of the ninirraori! Enterprise Publislilng Co., Mftlf-mile runniug race, three he'nts, lady rid-jrs, ?1S, StO. I On-3-mile farmers' race, (-sain to trot, to democrat, Three-quarter mile dasli, e are this w Colcman Miner, [all. issuing their first 300-yards foot race, free .foi I edition from Colcman. Wn imdersti limy wili handle both papers. i Dominion Election Score Cards Can be had at any of the undermentioned places for On'a and one-half mile relay race. lioiii-as and 1 saddle used through- out, Half-mile dash, ?s. Half-mile relay foot, race, 110. RIOTERS- WERE FINED: ONE SENT TO Sydney, jf. 3., Sept. dred antl eight persons, who took j part in thvj riots liera in August, went lo court and wore fined from a pound to Tour pounds each, Th secretary of tho Federated Jro was seni-enced to months ;it hard Ipjbor far iiiding ti, disturbance. dealt with the continual struggle go-j of the company ifi capable. Miss Sar-. position in tba Bank of "Montreal. I lull No. 1, about four or five blocks ing on betweRn'cnpital nnd organized I all [arisen IHIS improved wonderfully j The concert held by the L. T. L. jaway. labor, showing how the working man [since her last a p pen ranee here and wua well attended ,and exJ If thai was a terrible crime, the was to get Justice out of the coming j ncr arc Uic equal of any prcsaml ihemseh-as as enjoying it, Conservative association lias been with the States, inasmuch! js :ic_ v.ry much. pntlli-.oT one as it was an ittsuu of ihe Liberal L ,r pai'lv Itat stands for Hr' 's .-1 C! The o opposed to cllPahIc as of J'orc and he has epenting performances I of tile labor clnERes. ns party tils iwcck. Tilt! old l.like Cos- T. S. MactenziB spoke shortly anil i grove, manages the productions, am to tlio point, discussing the working j addition lo his splendid acting, he in Whitla on man's sido ol'tho issue, and In a Few j oitt of his plays, inst. ft-cll-cnraon words, hltostad io ttmion-jjiomlay night the hill was "A 1'ari- esty and worth of the candidate. Tuesday night ddrcss striking.a; vibrant chord In j tho hear, of every man present. of This was greeted by a big house and csverv mcinbpr of the company exert- ed themselves in giving a hiiibful per- warrinrs in tho fight, such nr, J, H. Palmt'r, D. King, and others, rough L out fi-sph arguments that were greedily digested by Ihe hcar- '.i-3, who seemed to be immune from ny tii-etl feeling when snob a mat- er of srftiit import was confronting hem. Tho audience simply refused formance of U. Mean's play. The scenes were al! realistic and intensely jntere.sEing. The parts re- ceived excellent treatment from each Jackson Cope's Drug Store Red Cross Drug Book Store J. Higinbotham's Drug Store Alberta Drug Store Robertson's Book Store The Alexandra News Stand Herald Office to ivave tiio am! c-.i-ied out; (lie coMipiinVaml r.nisli- Ihae mrf for more of the flu- pro- ilieal dope. One from among their own mmilicr was listened to with 'It rleliglir. thai was Louis I ol wit" -Io.scph aioore, treasurer of tho of Anirnca's Tnion. Mr. Moors won the i'11'1 anil Agnns synijiaihies of life fellows in the Isnhel, and shower which passed Wbitln j w j u'atson, who lives on -Nine- ;tccnMl s Xort, orts to tho _ a little, if t didn t benefit crops r j v, which arc vat standing. Horal.rt ihal hc was 1K' C. MuJIiiK-an, representing Camp- !Conservative -Association that he and Horns., of Loth-'Volrs aL l'lp Labor Temple when m the I ['calify he votes at the. Westminster j neatly two miles 'fioni :Mr. .Hiclis, representing P .Burns, j (he Tories would sent n Whitla on 'him. Ii" Ihe liule fellow over on the eth- er s treet uses-such strong language, aboui- the Ulierals for what they rtlrt, how can he find language Mifficientlj- strong tu condemn his own they j of Letlibridg-e, stopped ihe.Mth. Mrs. Thomau is here from Iowa, visiting her aunt and family, but will return to Iowa, the last of th-e week. The meeting held here by .Mr. W, A. Buchanan, of wdl attended. C. S. Plngje, of Medicln-e ITat. gave ;i very interesting fall; on reciprocity. Air. Buchanan did also, both wero applauded very fra- The tRiveller for the Robin Horn! flour stopped in Whitla one day last .ran j L.von of thi-j lown" and Jhibells HARMON VERY NQN-COMMITAL Lake, NT. J., Sept. man would run mvay from the presi- rlcncy oi the I'uiU'd (Jnvcrnoi- lianiK'lu, of Ohio, this af- al numbers by John .McTag- j KJVtlll wiUl original. Mr, .lonns- gHrt livened tbn proceeding, i, such j pvcn. hit ff bo ny song. as IM_ it was a winning stunt for the winning tjiirty. and it is to say mar was as capable a h-afore very long. Now, all turn out and help UK dance. Tin; teams nro in constant us now hauling out, provisions tlie great work be been' j tint m-.or'iiclioi! of last night cum- i iiicbard-ion were enllery at the Weir the ininins element for favorably with the original ux- I home on Tbursdriy last. j terriwin, when asked if he was a Uberal govornmont. ,-nr tin- olaborntc scenic cffi-cls The new hall will be iteady for tin: Democratic presiden- tial nomination. When a.sk'ed for a more definite an- Governor Harmon re- j nuunny oui, luuviBiuiiti juf ihal, lie did it. in Unctnt 'bi'eaheiM. keepins: with the proprieties of the IMMIlt r_ (W_i I o II I governors conference to drag in pcr- soriiil political affairs, Hc had not aH.'iuler! the conference, he sajd, as a candidate; for any oflicc. that today North Lethbrldge rc.t.urmi RIr- Cnsgrove's large majority for Liberalism, !lor improved upon, procity and the common people. janlnm of Mr. WalferK and Ihe Ion ,M COLONIES' WITHIN POSITION THE EMPIRE Loiulon, S'jpt. Fisher, t' Australia, dnciifi-sing Canada's rado says thai "the ('lit- re relations of homo and overseas' warnnvants will assume the rides t .titiide of freedom with wiih the affectionate bnndfi freedom for the nommoti good of The bfisi. parallel 1 can is 10 solar where each planet 1 uis Its own untrammelled orbit, and in a world of Itself." yet imHssyl- plillVfll." liibly bound uf with other Roan, from 'be south conn-1 "jtry, was In Whitla on the Ifith. He "'reports crops turning oat good down Kllinpsford were that country. nits of Montana, Win- j of freeh fruit on hand in Whit- la. Karmers, come, and we'll show yon Bad Blood is the direct and inevitable result of irregular or constipated bowels and kidneys and skin. The undigested food and other waste mat- ter which ia allowed to accumulate pnispns the blood and the whole system. Dr. Morse's Indian Knot Pills act directly on the bowels, regulating the kidneys, giving thcni and sUcngllUo properly filter the on the skin, opening up the pores. For pure' blood and good health take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a good asortment. SMALL FIRE WAS QUICKLY QUENCHED No. l fii'a brigade yosterday made a, rapitl run to the house of iMra. Mc- Kay, corner of 1st street and 2nd H venue South. A aniall ou'thoune had lalicn fire, and hntl gained some lit- tki headway b'oforb being noticed. The