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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1K LKTHBRJDC.R DAILY HERALD Tlinrkdii.y. OUVER WILL NOT GIVE UP HIS SEAT Winnipeg, Sept. Hon. Frank who lit here route to Ottn- Wi, (iented emphatic-ally the report published in nomy western papers to that he is contemplating re- signing hie He asserted that the -gtory was nothing more thsn R development of (ha yellow journalism I "Tin- Single Tax-Us Meun- HENRY GEORGE TO LECTURE HERE Authentic Statements c Prominent Protestants in Ireland that the party had made no net gain In ...Manitoba. Among other western passing through are Dr. and A. Chamimgire. WAINWRIGHT TO BE PROMOTED The lion Henry George, jr.. auth- or, economist, journalist, traveller and tAmiU'CSsman from the 17th N.V. Dislrie! (N'ew York will lec- ture in tiic Y.M.t'.A. auditorium on Tuesday evening. Oct. 3nl, on the Dublin. Sept. other a legecl objections to Home Hule, on Iienrs ii good (leal of "the fear Itmt th Protestant minority would be expose persecution." Hand in hand wit that goes that other th ndustrial and wealthy North may BU 'er Injustice in matters of taxation n his book. "The Lepacy of Pas Years" just published. Lord Dtin-rave faces both these objections squareb and gives the follo'wlng answer: lion iinrt nnv.; iSjlhe time to hear itj pasc of idpalI Vith'by- lire founder of thcjthe assumption of'religious or secula iimveiivnt. -Considerable time will he intolerance on the part of the Uatli devuied by. llie speaker to answering ,olic majority. Rut let lli-al. pass, questions.' {believe the fears for the majority n j .Mr. Georje is making an extended groundless: bill, be lhat j lecture tour of Canada and the I'nit- eil durine the ir.oinhs ol1 Scp- new prevalent In the west, adding j ing and Progress." This topic has that he hhd absolutely no thought of proven to UP a very interesting out- retiring from politics until beaten at I to the audiences that have heard it, the polk. He expreswd himself well j the last few years many tftlifled with the i-eauk hi Alberta cjtjps jn tiie s. and Canada have and Saskatchewan, but clteuppoluted Single Tax method of raising inonvyK for public purposes. (At .some limt! in the near fiit.ure the people ot the city of Lcthhridgc will it necessary to discuss this quos- IRISH CATHOLICS NOT INTOLERAN Sept. will be icmlicr ni.rt October and the V.M.C.A. of Letlihriripe is to hr congratulated on rniviii" secured the services of so Don't iorgi-t the date. CHAMP CLARK'S VIEWS Says President Taft Did More Thjn 1 He to Defeat Reciprocity i Nashville, Tenn.. Sept. .Champ Clark. Speaker of the National n official announcement from rM. Hays, president of the 'j'. .tyttem and the G. T. P. railway, to- morrow morning. For day; there have been nersistent rumors that U'HMam i-c-cond vice president of 'ihe two roads, intended 11 retire. Jlr. has pass- id the period when are permitted to retire on ur crannuatlon and this may have fiven t3 the rumor. Mr is not-to retire. of RepreEantatlves, arrived to- I6 ta' n stop higher in the seneral I" suest ot the Tennessee Management i; a direct result of Fair. he. was asked ,f his .pro- iauhfi" -jrvices to'ihe Grand Trunk humorous remark in the t nee he entered their service in ISIiJ. [House about annexation had not aided was born at .Manchss- jln the defeat of reciprocity by Canada. V- Liis'and. on April 30. and -V- Clark following: state- entered and sorved bis apprentice- jment: f'nji in railroad circles on the Man-] "-My remarks about caester. Sheffield and There af.fcast half a other important changes to be announced some of which will come as a great surprise to the genera! public. Lincolnshire I not do half as much to defeat reel- Canada as did President prociiy in may. -Jiey can be effectually dis polled. The minority cannot Ire giuir anleed exceptional irealment found ed on religious, racial or clajs as cemtency, and they ouRht to he ash amed to duinand it: but they can be guaranteed equality and fair play, and for more than that they have no right to ask. A book to be published by the Irish Prcus Agency under the title, "Re- ligious Intolerance under Home Rule' gives, in the form of.letters edited by .Mr. Jeremiah AlacVeagh, M.P., ths opinions of 'some leading Irish Pro- testants about the matter, and verj effectively shows that Lord Dunravet has good ivason for hfe statement. Here is the testimony of Professor W. F. Barrett, F.R.S.: "During tde years I have lived Uublin I have mi.ved with all classes and creeds and all sorts and condi- tions pf Irishmen, travelled and lectured in various parts of the coun- Taffs which he insisted'on have never experienced any h'irrving UP awl agreeing to reciproc-l on the part of Roman ity in this country before Great Bri-j ta'ihollcs- Nowhare liavB I met with RAINS ARE DOING DAMAGE TO CROPS V. Wlnnifec, Sept. r moisture which ca.U5ed so much dain: -age to crops is still making Itself manifest. Local driz-.lM of rain have saturated Manitoba and por- .tlons of the other western provinces Crops yet unthrjihed are damaged Bxnosure and grades are being materially reduced. tain could establish her Imperial poli- icy of tariff with preferential rates for the colonies. "He and 1 were both quoted by .the anti-reciprocity crowd in Canada, he more than I, but the chances are that the quotations from his speeches and mine did not have half as much to do with defeating reciprocity as did the r.SOCIETY GIRL GOES ON THE STAGE London, Sept. latest so- recruit to the Gaiety Theatre Company ta Eieanor Montgomery, Egllton. She her own.reason going on the stage. She has be- icome tired, ahe said._ ot rounds ot '.'bouse parties and dances and au idle xlife g-enerally. a more cordial welcome and greater hospitality than In Cork and in the southwest of Ireland, where the Pro- teslanta are in a 'jmall minority, and wheiB they laugh at tlw fears ot their co-religionists in Ulster." Professor Barrett goes so far as to say that any "intolerance" that ex- ists has a decidedly Orange corruption fund! sent from both this i springs from the Protestants them- country and Great Britain into Cana- da. ISigiied) "CHA.AIP CLARK." IMPORTANT BUSINESS DEAL Montreal, Sept, was an- nounced this meming that Henry Birlea and Sons, the Montreal jewel- ry firm, had acquired the business of senthal and Sons, Ottawa, on irks street. The transfer involves MAKKETfS BORDEN CONSULTS WITH WHITNEY GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. Oct. 37i, closed Hcc. opened 9S, dowel 37S ;'Slay opened 95J, clos J.on? opcneri 102, dos- ed 12' ppcnsil closed .'19 May opened I2J. Flax, .i'1 CASH closed No. Nor: No. 3 .Nor. HU.; Xo. I Xor. No. 5 Nor. 85; No. h Xor. Keell, 7.1. Oats, 2 White. 41 J.'-riarley N'o. 3 71; Ko. I B2. Krjected 56. Flax No. 1 N. :w. ?..18.'. 'American Market] Minneapolis, Sept.. Sep-. tenibtr .ciost-d I OBi Dec. opened ciused l.OSJ...; May ppcncil 1.12, '.closed 1.13J. wives. "It is, he concludes "amazing to find so many excellent Nonconformists throughout Ireland still wedded to a belief in the and shibboleths of the Tory creed." .1. Annan Bryce, M.P., begins his tetter by stating -chat he "may claim' to know sora-athtng of for his "father lived than half his life and "his1 graVdfather and uncle were Presbyterian minis- tens in Ulster." As a member of the Dudley Com- mission I had occasion to visitf many diatricta of the west and northwest, where the population is mainly Cath- olic. 1 do not believe that under Home Rule there would b-a the slight-, danger of intolarance on the part of Catholics towards Protestants in the Catholic parts of Ireland. So far from Homo meaning Roma Rule, ray belief IB thai, under Home Rule, the influence of tire clergy in politi- cal matters "will continue to d-acline, Ottawa, Sept. conference which will have a .decisive hearing on the formation of a Conservative got-1 eminent will he held tonight oa that very msnj-Of the ins arrival oi; from To-1 clergy are believed to be lukewarm ronUt. This .conference will probably I or hostite towards Home Rule, place R. I.. Rorden's bouse. There I In all close on a hundred leading may he otic conference or a series of conferences, hut there i thai by tomprrow the I will know pretty Tell who ave to sit larouinl (he (able with him. Me has little doubt premier-elect Irish Protestants have communicated to Mr. MacVeagh their views on the dangers of "Home Rule" as viewod by whom they rapreuent. "You are en- tirely at liberty to quote writes the Earl of Aberdeen, "as declaring to nothing so fat lo anybody as to j you that aftcr aftel. yetn of his intentionp, hut will talk things hut over with Sir .lames ll.'Hi. Rohert Rogers. Whitney and The late Dr. Adler. Chief Rabbi, left an eatcte of The King and Queen are to make a special journey from Balmoral to Lon f'llicagu. Sept. opened don at the beginning of October to Dec. opened tahe leave of the Duke and Duchess closed May opened I.03J, closed jof Connaught, who are then leaving .'.1.043. for Can.ida uoua reaid-encj in Ireland, watching affaire and meeting people of every class and creed, f am profoundly im- prsssed as to the of alarm about th'a consequences of Home Rule. "On Home Rule for Irelandy f re- peat and emphasize .the opinion of my former regard- ing apprehension of religious intoler- ance. Numerous Protestant minis- ters in Roman Catholic parts of Ire- land support In this view." NOTICE TO THE COXSKItVATI-VES OF LETH- RBIDGE AM) STAFFORD VFLLAGi: A Oonvenlion will be liol'd in the Consci'- vative noniinion Friday, September at 8 p purpose of selecting a cnmlidiite to contest this provineial constituency in the interest of the Conservative party in the forth-corniiiff ;bye-elect.ion, rnnae'd by the resignation of the late member. The convention will' be open to all Conservatives. CLARKE'S MONTH-END SALE OFFERS UNUSUAL SAVINGS ALL DAY FRIDAY: AND SATURDAY 1 (lie exceptional .vrthies of o.ur usual week-end snvi-no' broader sclco- for of liusllin.ff soiling, which will result in llu; cpJeinlil'iV'Sdlos in ilic: history of ('his store. Stocks rinht now. in everv section, are at the highest' point of completeness: with our greater store, increased floor space and superb light, their arrangement is ideal for convenience and satisfaction'.in and at the prices prevailing for Friday and Saturday we give you th 1 ir t t, j 1 1 MONTH-END SAJ.E OF DRESS GOODS 75 cent Values A splendid assortment' from whieii lo make, .selections, in series, cashmeres, wool taffetas and plaids, shown in colors brown, reseda, myj'I'Ie, cardinal, cream, sky, pink and black, suitable in weight for ho.nsc dresses.'waisls and children's wear, and all represent unbeatable values at. the regular price. Friday and Saiunlay Special.........v................... MonUi-Kiul Sale, Woollen t' 25c lieu'iilar 4oc A allies pure navv. 12 l-2o v.aluo. Splendid firm and closely woven; 2S ins wide; full bleached; a cloth that is special at 12 l-3c. aiul Saturday lOc ool 45C Jlosc Plain weaves in Full and fine ribbed hose, with close filtins with double Holes and spliced heels and toes. Sizes "S 1-3 to 10 ins. I'Yichiy and Saturday Month-End Sale of Tailored Suits A. Collection of Some Twcnty-othl Slylc.s, Woi-th Up To Yon will wonder at such a reinarkaJily low price when you read this bar- ii.iin MHI will -nil nioie set tlu ihem'- sehcs and note the splendid shies ti evLi-llcnl work- manshni Ihioiii'lioiil The price for Friday and Saturday would not more than cover thx value.of the alone anrf would not by any near.s, cover the manufacturer's first cost jRnderful .Hlook in., fop on (ho- BOY H. DAVIDSON 'resident LdhbrMaf Coneervellve Aeieeiitlen. A POPUtAR UPRISING DEFEATED RECIPROCITY Conservative Sweep Not Merely a Party Victory, Sir Jamei Toronto, Sept. James-Whit- ney is naturally elate.d over the result of the elections. In' a statement he emphasized what he considers the na- tional and Imperial importance of tho ejection.of the recii-roclly Agreement. "There he said, "lie no more attempts by pretended friends of Hri- tish institutions to encourage which would surely lead to the disin- tegration of the Empire." Sir James stated thot. the most factory feature of the ij.jnsemit.ive nweep was the number of agricultur- al conatltiiencIeB which riechiml imt the agreement. "Let there be no mlaunderstnuding" Rttded, "This w.ia not .Micrely a Hy victory; It uprlKlng; of tl'c people, ind reciprocity -VBB led by the of a majority of rrnctlcilly every and occiipa- ttoi. In the of Month-End Sale ol" Linen llin-k Towels 25r. 01 tli up lo Beautiful itualities in Jill re linen goods, in 'various large sixes; plain, or damask cuds; soft and free ironi dress- ing; full bleached and splendid to wear. Friday ami Saturday 25c MQNTH-ENP SALE FALL UNDERWEAR 25 CENTS Values Up lo 40c per. Garment'. A miscellaneous collection of var'ioiiB lines of'ladies' and children's wear included- in this lot, such as vests and drawers in good Fall weights; N'azareth waists and IMire wool infants' bands, all of wihieh are seasonable and represent exceptional value at the bargain price. Friday and Saturday 25j-. Month-JJEnd Sale of Large Sheets 75e Value. Heavy weight cotton sheets, full bleached, in size to fit the four-foot 'bed; soft finish and free'from dressing; splendid to wear and exceptional value at the regular marked price of fl.OO. Friday and Saturday 75r Month-l'iid ol Denims and Sateens Jj( inios. Handsome floral nnd scroll designs in light, medium and A colors, suitable for cushions and drapes; all very serviceable nerfecUy fast Month-Em! Sale, of Child- ren's 'Bearskin Coats Onexthird Off A special purchase or a manufacturer's sample lol, that we pass on to you at about the cost of the material alone. Shown in white only in sizes suitable for children of four months to four years of ;tgc. Regular prices range from to Friday .1-3 Off Month-End Hah1; ol' Mosselaine Silks 60c "Values Worlh l.'p to A beautiful tiuallly. eoft finish, pure sjlk cloth, suitable for ivalals, dresses and foundation linings; shown complete range of all the wanted colors. Friday and ..Saturday W t y w Month-End Sale of Newest Millinery A ol Hats at that Should Crctilc lIiilioiiiMtod Interest A showing ol M similar lo had on snlo n ngo (onlaining a dncisily of slvlc.s and hollci1 valuns than any ol I'cicd hcinlolorc Beautifully trimmed and handsome "made" In moit becomirg ttyies ind representing vtlues worth up to CLARKE CO. THE LADIES STORE PHONE 453 AC ADI A BLOCK ;