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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1911 THE L.KT IIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE IMPLEMENT MEN FAVOR RAISING THE DUTY REDUCTIONS ARE SMALL this loimliy, and Uiry would Vc the tomerns come down dinvn to ;i point that would niCjii au wliile lo'lbo larui- With this, aiid frw vlifat, wliii-li dd give, the agriculturist a ind better market: lie: Jiarc fm- ial'Lriielitv IM would amount to i'tlilDK- reduction on ls Jors not ansount to ILc jtflcr. of a sood siiiure uieal lo tbe fain'.erv1 It was not au easy mattfr lo opinions from implnncnt deat'rs in Ibc city regarding ite motion o' 5 per cenl. on duly on tinders and itaurrti'liut must ol those nu- proacKfd' ou Ike. ready lo talk when Ibfy were assured that tfccir opinions nould not uppcu al- tjibed 1-3 thfir The ouinloiis were all very Idutir. One mau said the reduc- litm could help the fanner iu the ilighlrsl .degrre. His reason was that all the hinders sold in Ihe west are iiunuiaduied in Canada with the exception ol the John which sold for the same priie as the, utters .alter the duty Imd hern tuid, namely JITS) At the beginning o! 1913, the price on hinders was reduced hr 55, and the opinion ci every implement man iu- was that annlher reduc- tion woukl rot made ifor some lime. The manufacturers in'the east will pricket the adTantaee." said one nun.' "Kvr-n if the urice was Inhered, H would not amount in more than' live dollars on a birJtr. A farmer uses a binder for an average of about five years, ami if he saved K on his duture purchases, thai would'mean a dollar a year, nothing thai any far- mer would, write home about. What tEie farmers he contlniied, "Is Iree. wheftt, food, and free im- plements. If he had free iroptrmente, the smaller manufacturers in Ihe United States -would be. permitted tc N. R, CONDUCTORS ARE GRANTED ARBITRATION Ottawa, April responno to tlio request of Notliicni conductors ar.3 trainrue-n at Winni- Hon.' T. CrclheM. -iilute'er of Labor, has grained a hoard of ar- bitration to K'llle thflr grievances wiih that railway company. W. F. COCKSHUTT REGRETS THAT ONE-THIRD CF WAS NOT VOTED SUPERIOR MAYOR WAS RE-ELECTED ON RECALL Superior. April the- announcement of the complete re- tnrai from ovci> nliuuliig Mayor Konkel to be by i majority of 91 votes Ihe special recall election held yesterday, J. R. lllle, Koukel's opponent, today there probably vrould b'e no' nf con- test. allliauKh tn Investigation of Illfital voting will lie conduct- FOR CANAL ZONE WajiainEton, D.C., April ty-five, million dollars is tr.o amount tho United Stales agrees to lo Columbia for the partition ol Panama nnd the acquisition of the canal tone In the treaty signed in Boiota by American Xlltiiuer Thompson acrl Columbian Legation. No riehti for 3. iuU-r-oceanic cant! across Columbia by the Actra river tut and no coaling privileges on San and Prorldenla hland off the Colombian cout, It was ed, -rtre contained in the Ottawa. April three hour tlius ol the House before inljourn- eiit was de- vclccl to the biidtei dc'jj'-e. Turifi, concKil- ej .his spef.h which lomnencedj Tuesday was replied to by V.'. V. (.'oiishutt. Mr. rc- prsited his statement of Tuesday eveu- ins thut 'the west had received a raw hi the budget, wlich he to be for tie ol'lhe trianuiac- tureis. He seveirly criticized Sir Lyman for going over to.Uie Cc-nservatUes, urcayse pi the adoption by the Liberals of a pulley of. [roe agricultural imriirt.rnlH. He said that the thir.f; Sir Lym6n lad Uor.e for the Ijfceral party vo leave it. Mr. Ccckshutt spoke in warm praise of Me ludgcl deiiieraTife oi the miu- Iskr o! fluance. He said ttat fnen- cial conditions of today were acy t lom'tlic latt Liberal adininis- tralion. Mr. CocishuU was iu ac- cord wiih the view cxp'reiscd liy the finance ia regard to Irce wheat ni.d fuc agricultural iir.plc- mpnt proposals of the opposition. In closing, lie expressed regret that some provision had net been made the government lo vote this year in lh? estimates, at least Uio Ihirly-uAe milliuns it was pro- posed last.year to vote tor purposes of natal delei.ce. STOP Tea and Coffee Drinkers, And think a minute! able, for a linio. al least, to (jul along vvilh :uul colTce, liul tlisy conlnin a subtle, linbit-formiiif; dmg, c'aHeine, which .sooner or later is pretty sure lo rob one pf'liciillli anil comforl. If you know leu tind cnllcc don't liurm prime and lit under their continued use., well and lo 'cm.. you arc sometimes a bil "off coloiy' and irritable nerves, disturbed heart fiction, Isiliousiuss, UcnduclK1, or symplnms of liver or kidney trouble malic vhitl's Ihe Better find out what tea or coffee has to do with it. '.fJo'mc people arc learning Ihe tnilh aboul tea and coltce, Tor llicre's a niighly army of ro'rnifr tea nnd coffee drinkers now use POSTUM and enjoy frcedprii from llteir old aches and pains. Posluni, majq of wliolc and :i bil of mol.isscs, is a delicious Inble. licvernge absolulcly free from Ilic drills, eafi'cinp nnd (nnniii, which miike lea and coflee a men- ace 10 health. If you lire interested in it over! i'osliun now comes in two forms. Hcyular be well boiled. !5c and 2jc packages, ''fnslanl' powder, requires no boiling. Me and 50c .TJift cost per cup of bolh is alwut lira same. "There's a Reason" for Postum by (Iroccrs EASTER SPECIALS At Our Big Stock-Reducing Sale Wonderful Values in Ladies' Hand Bags We offer 20 per cent discount on the best assorted stock in Southern Alberta. We also have a few odd lines in Leather and Mesh Hand Bags which will go below cost. Prices range from 50c up to Remarkable offer in Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, white, black and red at 25c each. Important Money-Saving Price in Tennis Rackets Genuine English make and we will clear them at a loss. Regular Sale Price reg. sale price sale price sale price reg. sale price We give you an extraordinary opportunity to buy our selected imported stock of Cutlery at a discount of 20 per. cent. Ask to see our Combination Tool, 6 in 1, made of'the best forged steel, nickel plated--hammer, hatchet, pipe wrench, nail-cutter, screw driver and tack i puller. cut price Genuine Reduction of 2O p.c. on all Travelling, Sporting and Leather Goods Remember that we give with, every purchase a neat leather Street Car Ticket Case absolutely free of charge. ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. Ltd. DR. -WRIGHT DEAD v AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, B.C., April Peter Wright T5 years old. died taal eight at hla KHsllauo home. Three sons.- live iti Vancouver, and one daughter, Mrs. Harry Bur eh, in To- roDlo. Dr. Wright ordained in the rninietry in. iStO, am] held charges at Montreal, Insert-oil, Quebec, Stratford, Portage la I'retrle and Xelson, RC. MME. OAILL'AUX 'DROVE FELLOW PRISONER CRAZY Paris, April1 Vitz, a prisoner in Saint Lazare jail, tortRS" sent-to'nil insane asylum, hav- ing become demented in consequence or her'campaign asnlnsl'lho granting or favors by the prUoii authorities to Madame Caillauv, who kined.Gaston Calmelte: The woman ftccunied a cell near thai of Mme. CaiHaiiT. -For several..days she had shrieked coa> tlnually asainEt her fellow prisoner. Sale of "Sunkist" lOranges Canadiiiil Posfittn Cereal Co., Ltd., Jliicy, finest selected Iree-ripcneil [niit qrown in Ilia world. "SUNK1ST" oranges arc the cleainest all fruits. Never touched ty bare pictera packers clean cotlon gloves wliilc at uork. Buy a box of "SUXKIST" chc.ijicr the box or halt-bos than by (he do-en. "fiunkisl" lemons the fiiicst, fruit mostly too. "Suukiit" and Lemons Bring Haicbome Rogers Silverware Ssnd IM tr.idcraarhac-jt frora '.'Simkls'." orange and lemon wrappers to Wo offec elegant Rogers gnat' ntttJ A-l Standard iilverwire. 27 diflcrcnt, magnificent prcniuas In "Suntisl" design. Thif handsome spoon to yon (or 12 trndetnarVi rind 12 cents. 1'radcrcnrks from 'Red Bon In rrmitilnir, Mnd nraouali of 20 cents or over by I'csfal Hole., Putt or Esprtss Jloccy Order. Buy "Sunkist" Oremgei utid Ltmont Dealer's and full nddless for free preraiuni circidar act! fiinilmn Oak Flan, Address all orders for prcnlum silverwnro ncd nil commu-J onia Fruit Growers Exeiaoge Cor. Cburch _ TORONTO, ONT. The Scott Fruit Ca, Liiiiited LETHMlbOE' ALBERTA WHOLESAtE FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND THE CROW'S NEST PASS. The Treasure Discovered Captain. Kiddy and his little: soldiers have dis- cov ered what they ar.e look- ing for. The flavor of Kellog-gV.Corn Flakes has won them, eatjt wiili gusto' without knowing anything about its rare sustaining that it is so good for because; they like it Be sure to get CORNFLAKES The Original. IQc per package. The Olympia Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlors .327 FIFTH 'stREBT SOUTH. Oilers lo anr one JSOO.M wio convince thlt our ICE C'liKAH roDteiiis flny moro' iban Ibc-Kicbesl, Purest most Ibat bitj, WE MAKE VANILLA, CHOCOLATE AND STSAWBERRY Try our Ice Cream In BrEcfci It has no Tee Cream deltrtred to any of the clly. A full Huo ol ClR Gincng'K and llome-Ma.dC'V Xewten AM'le for "Sc. 45o per and ss Chocolates for Moir'j, Hc-lba. ICc per Mid frcsa. s. noman Itcaiillle. Hcndlms. 4 pounds 'ilozcn. SnnWsl Oranges 25c, 35c. 50e CALL ONCE ;