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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY MAGBC POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM RAYMOND BUDGET RAYMOND BUCGET Haymijiiid, Sept. Ellisoi Slilllng yesterday a car .load of flour to Lelburldgo for the JJcntley Co. Tlio mill is .busy llies-3 days. The time of service at the I'rosby- lorlnn church has Ijton ehariyeil from morning to orenlng at 7.110 o'clock. Sir. I latin, of the Bank, of .Montreal lila'lf, is btjrcnfter to proside at the organ and some special music will bo j.'rovlded each evening. It. A. Amos "Will sing a BOlo next Hunday and .Mr. fJ'alt will preacli on the "Pre-eiuln- tncs of Christ." Pnuloncla, the little Spanish girl, ivho hay been living witti ,Ur. and JRlrs. Keillor, has.yone from Calvary Okanagan College, If. C. It dencia's intention to return to her home in South Ainerica when her .education is completed. Her father a native preachvjr iu ihat country. Many things were omitted and forgotten during election weak. The correspondent must h'avo been ono of tho excited' ones for among inany other things omitted be forgot to say that in the Clydesdale clas et Raymond fair C. W. Card and Soli- got first prize for three-year-old man ind second for stallion over A years Mr. Johnson, who some time _ had his arm broken at. the Delol 'J.und ranch, returned to town yester day and had the splints removed. The arm Is recovering nicely. Mr. John ton leaves Bhortly for Spokane, Wash .where he will spend tile winter. 1 .Mrs. Wm. Watts a4Hl family, 'ol Magratli, wore visitors to. tins' week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W Paria.: Thos.' Ott, who for some time has a barber shop on his owi "fesponslbility in the JlcCarty build ing next to the post olfice, lias moved "liis fixtures and joined forces with AVni. Vaughan. The two will make a strong combination and" the public may look for good service. It is un- derstood that the building vacated by air.' btt'is leased to a local'gentle- man for a new business stand. Win. Paris and W. McD. Talt drove to New Dayton on Tuesday to take measurements and make arrange- ments for the installation of a new furnace, in the Presbyterian church of that place. Mark Y. Cannon has been a very tmsy. man 'lately. 1-i'a is a breeder of Helgian horses hut was too taisy this year to bring them into the fair. The ttork brought a baby boy to Mr. Cannon's home in town last night, and Ire is today receiving the congratula- tions of his friends. In the rush of politics last week th'a Herald correspondent omitted to an- nounce the arrival, of a son at the home of .Mr. ami -Mrs. L. D. King. Til little boy came on live day that on of rlrc greatest Issues ever put be fors the electors of Canada was de cided. On the morning of the 21s Mr. King had many names suggeste find among them Wilfrid Laurie King, but on the morning after -th election Mr. King informed the Hel Hid correspondent that, it would prob ably be Kob-art Horden King. The post office has been niiluis light in the public portion for som time. Ail summer when the HernU correspondent Inn] his budget in be fore dark a light burned all night Now ilie of his-' big envelope arc sometimes dilapidated when i reaches the H-erald olliw. And th. damage is done in posting. It reallj seems to us that there should be light. LiUle mail goes out before (i o'clock and after that time if is.uow too dark lo read indoors. Mrs. Ellen C. Noel, who has been visiting her son, J. M. Noel for couple of months, returns to Anthony. Idaho, this week. Mrs. Nccl will Ira piysant, a-i the trial of Ellington the murderer of her son, Nnel, Inat, spring. Tho Jury wns called on Sept. IS b.uf it IB not known jet when the Smith case will bo heard. Mrs. is one of the fancy- work exhibitors at the Kaymond fnir end though ill) age, iook ii firsts on six entries. A bylaw io authorize the issue of debentures of the town of Raymond for tho sum of for the purposo of completing the, system of wnler- w-orlts now under construction will be voted on the I Ith of October ncxl. The town has. ahvady borrowed 000 for tile Installation of n water system but (he dllliculty of storing mid (lisf.ribtiting has innde the addi- tional necesRary. The of Iho whole rateable properly 01 the town according lo Ihc last re- vised awosonvsnt roll Is {540.370 and tlie total amount of existing debt 1-j l-ll'.OOO, of which no part is in ar- rears. Tho .bylaw provides fur thu spieading oi" the debt over 20 years at per cant. Interest. T-li-3 elly papers have been drawing, atlcmlion to Ihe large attendance at Hielr fairs and exhibitions and bava boon giving estimate aa to tho con- siderable1 amoirnl of money Ih'a visil- ors to Iliose. fairs left in the hotels, restaurants and stores. Tlio lotur to Hie taxpayers has been so tlmt they feorjustiriert coiiiribir Ing largar sums to mako their oxlilb. lion "the best so tliat anotlre year evsn more people may be at traded. Tlie thing for Itaymond bus: less men to do is not to grnmbl. bout patronage lost, but rather bad up. the executive of the ftaymoiid Ag see that ro komVin' projier repair, and thii next year's fair lie iu every way mpn worthy, 'j'here's hardly any limit to what we will Up when we become iwave of the advantages ot a rea good exhibition of all lire farm am "inch and garden produces. -I. M.' .JCeel, weed insjieclor in .Ala ;ralh ilisirlct, informed tha 1-lWu that work for the s'aa! son in his department is over. The cheques for the siimmer's work last night, nut tlie work is not reallj completed. .Mr. Neel deplored the fact that notwithstanding the entreat le's of farmere of his district, he. Is powerless to do" anything, bno Ihbu dollars spent now wo.nid save thousands of dollars in work next year. Tumbling mustard, stink weed and bare's 'ear mustard, ail winter annuals ,have-grown up on the street? and. along; fences where they wsft mowed' in machiires are scattering stink broadcast iiud the country will be in a nico mess next year as a result of this fall's Inactivity. One fanner, R. A. Una disced a piece of ground 12 .to 2T times, and that to leep the mustard from his neighbor's from getting headway in his own. It is time the department were waking .up to the fact that now is the time to act and not next yvjur. REGULATIONS ON SENDING MAIL TO THE YUKON Ottawa, Sept. the first )f October restrictions .will ba nlarad )n the kind of mail to the Yukon to )e sent onward from White Horse, 'his is owing to the closing of navi- alion. All letters, postcards .single vrapped newspapers, etc., will fc.-! for- varded, but newspapers and cals sent to newsdealers for trade' in ulk, books and merchandise, circu- is, patterns and samples are exclnd- d. Parcels may .be sent to White lorse by mail to the transfer'there. Express companies and department transfer to these forward- ng agencies th'ore but assume no re- sponsibility. UNITED STATES CAN OPEN DOORS TO THE WORLD New York, Sept. Now York Journal of Commerc'o today says: "Wo are at liliortyto open ihi door or lower the -bnrrlor to Canadian pro- ducts for our own benefit. Canada cannot.'help sharing in it and will take more of onr products in return lloss she increases obstruc- tion, and that would hurt liar more than "Tlie brat, response to Canada's ro- jisnl lo trade on bettor terms Is to iiakc the same concessions to all til- wqrld that wo offered to her willioul iskinir anylhing in return. There would be a positive advantage iii it us and it would do no harm lliai Hliers would benefit from." OFFICIALS PENSIONED Montreal, Sept. Frank Scott, reasurer. ami llulza. general pur- haslng agent, of the O. T. U., are lo etire on pensions to consolidate Hie liiclals of Ihc O.T.P. and IRISH STRIKE IS ALL .OVER Dublin, Sept. rail- way strilra virtually over. Tho transport union'lias with- drawn lln embargo on rail- ways handling "block leg" limber, which was Ihc causo of liio utrilio. Hopi'oscninlives of the stftraiy will moot the railway director.! tomorrow to nrrangeolftrnis for resumption of work. THANKS RAYMOND FOR ITS SUPPORT Itaymond, Sept. 2S.-T. .1. 0'HrIrin and A. I-'. McDulTce, president anil seeryUiry-tiviiyiirer respectively of Ilic. Itnymoiul Liiicral have received tin; following letlerii from A. Unciianan, tin1 meiuber- ?lecl, for Medicine Hat riding. These, officials havo asked the lu'raUl coif' respi'iident lo include Ihe lellers ill his next thai Mr. Hiichanan's I may he more widely expresseil lo Raymond eluclors than they could do if. Li'llibridBc, .Sept. 35, 'I. -i. O'lirien, Ksq., ('resident o! Liberal Association, Raymond, Alia.: did splcnilidly, my onlv. is that till' defeat of the Ciov- crnnidil means that they cannot get which I believe, was nof MOROCCAN MATTER STILL UNSETTLED Turkey Gets German Help Protect1 American Cltlzent Part.. Sept. omelal statement wits ismioil by tho I'oiolgn oflico today, sayliiK that Qofmany's reply I.. I., Sept. 27-Tim re- reaches hero today, colilalns I' I'eslcr from Hoslon for Tripoli, oc- ciisioaed a conference a few days ago tlie Tiirliish ambassador new demands ami mulniains reserve-.) which netvssitatc-.i serious examinations. and Iliiiitiugton Wilson, the fur Ihc hi" maiorilv lo furnish ;1 protecting influence only in their best infc'reslj'hiil in'lhi best interest of all Canada. "Tlie Liberal .parly has pone clowii in a campaign for a jrrcat issue, anil sooner or later it must win, fighting lor the cause, lhai is, larger markets for Ihe people and a reduc- tion in' tin. (arill. If'we fight for (hesc principles we will always have the masses of Hie people with H'-' SUIT and convey in Amencaiis as were in Trip- Hilled up at. that point. "I reOTt exceedingly the. defeat oi j "lMent, to thl! Turko-Ilalian eris- lie wind, will Ull! Ambassador revealed, wliat be .t at Reciprocity will not be adopt-, s. vs bnl I want to assure you and all L ot ,he Tri _ who voted me, that I purpose iibll. Ullj reprewntatives of llllf f n (Ml mi'fl .-.till t .fiii-lil ing to Ottawa, and to-fight for a re- duction of -the tarilX and advocate in every case measures wliich will be of assistance' Iu this country. Tlioiiiih iii opposition I that the j principles I will stand lor'will merit Hit- jiowers at.Berlin in tlie treaty ending the Riisso-Turkisli il was secretly agreed, he said, that Jlaly would be permitted to ex- ercise an unpacific penetration of Tripoli, somewhat after tlie lines of by M. Delcassc, the French minister of foreign affairs. This was tlie original, the ambassa- dor said, of Italy's alleged rights over Tripoli. in action Ihe suggestion of the liiij ambassador continued, "Italy pro- cceile.l to launch her Influence by. the establishment of banks, schools, and other enterprises in Tripoli. This in- fluence lias slcadily increased, yet Italy has absolutely no claim, which justifies the occupation of the coun- try, nor lias she any just complaint against the Porte. Bitter Disappointment Constantinople, Sept. is of- ficially stated (hat several small Hal- nn warships are cruising eighl miles >ii Tripoli. They are scrutinizing ny neans of electric searchlights (lie 'urkish transport Dcrena which ar- ived at Tripoli from Hosliporus on 'ucsday, having on board heavy ar- tillery and munitions of war. Italian cruisers did not interfere wilh the passage of (lie Hernia, which Is now discharging her cargo at Tripoli. The cabinet tills morning renewed its consideration of the situation. Secrecy was observed as to declara- tions. It was evident, however, that replies of powers to Turkey's appcal for intervention had produced bitter- est disappointment.' There wore no developments as reporled in, the'sit- uation'this morning, Italy not hav- ing communicated her final demands the Porte as yet. but in official sles belief was expressed that a conflict would be avoided inasmuch Turkey was prepared '.to concessions to Italy' provided hot dignity was preserved and. her; terri- torial integrity unimpaired. .Leading papers of1 the capital, whili their.utterances, make it )lain that they favor resistance to talian demands. Some ot them al- ack the government for having plac- to'o great reliance upon friendship Germanv. UPT STOCK Shoe Stock at 50c and 60c on the dollar 'SOLD This Stock has Changed Hands Several Times Lately and as the Payments were not made, the Present Owners Purchased it At a very low rate. TKey do not intend to stay in the Store but will Sacrifice trie ENTIRE S10CK and close it out in a few days. This stock is up-to-date and consists of several of the hest makes with a worldwide reputation. There is a full line of boots, shoes, slippers, rubbers and. overshoes for Men, Women and Children. Act at once and Buy Two Pairs For the Price of One while we have your size and the style you want. This is a splendid oppor- tunity to Jay in a stock of shoes. You can save money by doing so. Gow's Stock at GowYOld Stand ;