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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUd'UST 5. TMIJ UmiBUIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK NINK RYLANDS' AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS ON SALE FROM UNTIL O'CLOCK ONLY Hair Ribbons' 4 inch all Silk Ribbon for uows. cic. sHy. Dink, reil, Waists Ladles' I'nngco Silk Waists. Sixes up In 44. Actual rfl QC value for iJl.CFJ Lisle Ladles' Lisle Hose, Hlnck or white, Extra line, quality, nr Tonight Skirls Something real gooil lu Ladies' Wash Skirts. .Made from drill. J'carl but. trim Sizes (hi nr to band. Tonight 3 Men's Hats .Men's Straw Hals. Worth to 5L.'.fiO. Soft sennet braid Ladies' Vests About HI Vests with short or no -I C alcoves. Tonight only... 1JL White Petticoats While Muslin I'etticoals. with torchon lace frill. All 17 C sizes. Tonight only 1 Girls' Dresses Little Girls' Drcssos, 3 lo 10 years. Fancy Ginghams, prints, etc. Tonight only D3C Ladies' Combinations Ladies' Combinations, knit, lace trimmed. Sixes J n 38 only Hose Black Cotton Hose. Seamless. For tonight only 1 r Shoes "id pairs Girls' Slippers am' Button Shoes, to (M only To J2.ru for Boys' Suits Hoys' Oliver Twist .Suits in plain white, or with blue TO- White Hose LlmitcMl quantity of girls' white ribbeil hose, sizes 1Q., to Tonight Cool Corsets Liglu weight net corsets. Also many odil lines of batiste QC _ corsets up! to Tonight Nightgowns Ladies' Slip-Over Style Muslin' Nightgowns. Values up lo ?2.00. On Sale l> 1 -1 Dresses Girls' Gingham Dressf-s. to 14 year sizes. Tonight Silk Waists Pink or corn aliade .tap Silk Waists. 3S CA ?-LOiJ values Fancy Dresses Maclfi from Ratines, black Muslin and Repps. Values to Sizes m, 30 onlj'. Toulglit Fancy Dresses Dresses for afternoon wear. Marie from striped voiles, fancy muslins, etc. Shirts Men's Shirts. With scperate soft collars. Extra special Q p Tonight JOC Sale The last of those lac prints in medium and light colors Q Tonight, per yard Silk Gloves 23 inch iiiire Silk Gloves, White, tan, navy, black, >7C _ grey, etc. Tonight 3C Ladies' Drawers Ladies' Muslin Drawers with wide torchon lace trim GnvviiS Men's Twill White Cutttm Nightgowns. Size la to 17 >7ft Waists Indies' Crepe de Cliersc Silk Waists. White or flesh nf plnlt. Reg; J4.00 for Boys' Waists Boys' Shirt Also sport shirts. G to 14 years. >fQ.o Fancy Muslins Choose from Muslins worth up to 50c a yard. All new -t Q tin's season. Tonight only FEEL LIKE "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Brought The Joy Of Health After Two Yearn1 Suffering PHONE Till' C. F. CllllJ will hold mi furthnr mt'utiiiKK Hlltii further II. A. Sinfiotf, ex-mayor of is in the city loilny. GET A CUT GLASS COUPON TONIGHT Worth of Cut Glass Given Away Free RYLANDS CO, MADAM LAPLANTE 85 St. Hose St., Montreal. April 4ih. "For over two years I was sick uud I miserable. I sufl'croil from constant I Headaches, and had Rilpitaiion of the j badly tbatlfeiiriHlI would die. i There seemed to he :i lump in my stomach and Uie Constipation was dreadful. J suffered from Pain in the Back and Kidney Disease, .1 was treated by u physician for u year 'and :i half and he did me 110 jjood at all. 1 tried Friiit-a-tivcs us A re.sort. After using three boxes, I WAS greatly improved and tweivi; lioxn.s made me well. Now "I can work all day and there are no Headaches, no Palpitation, no j Heart Trouble, no Constipation, no i Pain or Kidney Trouble and I fed like a new it "Fruit-a-iives" that gave me back my MADAM ARTlint LAPLANTE. 50c. a box, G for trial size, 2oc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives Ottawa. Notary Public E.-Beveridge, of Pinclier Creek, has been appointed a- notary public. Miss .Jessie Gmdy, of Mnclfcxi. is i spemlini ft tool Urink '-or Ice Cream The Empire Confectionery M. BEATON, Prop. (1) National Steel Car Co., Hamilton, Ont. (2) Central Portion of Hamilton, Ont. j (3) Canadian Connecticut Cotton Mills, brooke, Que. (4) Blast Furnaces, Steel Co. of Canada, HamiU ton, Ont THE process of the ;establishment oC branched of American industrial concerns within the tjorders .of the Dominion ot Canada has i been going on for a good many smco It became apparent that no political party was to modify very seriously the "protective' character of the' country's fiscal policy. It might reasonably have been expected that the shock ot war would ,pui. a stop, temporarily at least, to this process of peaceful penetration; but the op- posite has been the case. Even since the recov- ery of capital from its paralysis, eight months or so after "the war began, the establishment of Am- "erican branches in Canada has been going on with greater energy and determination than before, and investigation, has Ehown( that the war, instead of discouraging such adventure iina' afforded new reasons to justify it Speaking broadly, tbe American firms which, have established themselves in Canada during the past twelve or fifteen months have'been actuated by one or both of two main popsideratious El'thcr they have had an eye on the Canadian domestic market, and feave regarded the present as a favorable opportunity for a cam- Jn it because of their own abnormal cash .reserves, and the exceptional prosperity and activity of the Dpmjnion; or (thla IP t'ne explanation in the majority of cases) they have had an eye riot inly to the Canadian market' but also to tbe'vast territory oC the JSsicste Allies, and; are convinced that in" tlie fiscal arrange- p.ents which will follow the conclusion of peace, no neutral coun- trv treatment' from any of the AIHy.i countries.' Canada, combining the economic auvautatis ot the Amer can continent, with its wealth of raw material and of skilled labor, with liio market advantages of a member ot the belligerent..Entente, Is the natural basis of operations for an American .concern with de- signs upon European.markets. This, according to the industrial commissioners, of various Canadian cities, and Of the Canadian Pacific Railway, is the main motive in inducing most of the recent American branch establishments in Canada, and Is likely to bring to-Canada within, the, nest few years industrial-capital miming to many 1 A'merican-cpncerns which-have ;Canada> since the beginning S, 'is' ah impo'sing evidence of the attractive power of the Canadian market-and of Canadian export possibilities, it should be adried that'.'.all pf the "establishments are substantial plants, bnllt for meeting a anrj for carrying on, not merely a sales agency or an assem- bling' process. but practically the entire process .of production trom the purchased raw material to the finished article... One 'of, ilie Hrit American products to meet with an avowed policy ot fiscal .disc'ouragemqnt. in Free Trade England, us a result of the war and Its 'trade balances.was the automobile. The establishment of bfaiiche.s. 'automobilo concerns in Canada. has already been go- to the great growth In Canadian consumption the' popularity of American brands. But the European given" a impetus 'to .the movement. Existing plants have been vastly enlarged; and three new and important plants have been undertaken, those .ot Maxwell Motors at Ontario, the Chalmar? Motor. Company at Walkervllle, Ontario, and the Chevrolet Motor Company at Oshawa, Ontario. This is exclusive of tho aciraisition and en- (argument of Canadian-owned, plants by American -firms for the manufacture of cars. Ono of "the biggest industrial undertakings of the year was that of the of an immense plant In Hamilton. Ontario.' The famous packing house of .Oamble Company, the proprietors of Ivory Soap and ot sundry otiief soap' and cottonsedtl oil products, who have commenced the erection Libbey, McNelll Libby has established Itself In Hamilton, Ontario (which illy It will be noted, is a favorite with American Industries owing to Its imbination of cheap power and good labor supply with the best ot shipping ,jrhah-mminor0ol coiu-orns oMaWlsWfliS In tta ftovlnce ot Ouebeo lias been small comnarei wltb those of Ontario, but the present labor which is much more favourable In Quebec, is likely to correct that tendency to some extent. An important asset to the industries ot Sherbropke, bee is that of Kayser Company, the tamous manufacturers of silk gloven, stockings, and other articles. The Aetna Explosive Company, at Dram' mondville, Quebec, has been Improperly regarded as a'war Jndustry; so for the time being, but Its immense plant has been designed so an .0 Be applicable to the manufacture of dyes when tho oiplosiye badness falls off A rumor, which appears to have good foundation, though not officially confirmed, asserts that one of the .great American chemical and explosive. concerns has made all preparations for the establishment of a plant for tho production of atmospheric nitrogen at one ot tbe hitberto undeveloped powers, of' Quebeq Province. Several American' concords already operating In Canada nave lonna that their existing plants are not equal to the demands which they antici- pate Tho Dominion Sugar Company, which is largely financed by American sugar-refining capital, is adding big plant at Chatham, Ontario, to Itsi ei- istinq buildings at Wallaceburs In -the same province. The Goodyoar Tire Rubber Company Is removing from small premises at Bowmanvllle, On- tario to an immense property which it has bought at New Toronto, Ontario. These examples, all of them being enterprises undertaken long alter Canada's participation In the war and her financial sacrifice! for that causa were known and allowed for, are convincing orlrJence that the progrefslye manufacturers of the United States have perfect confidence In Canada as, a field for industrial investment. As'most of them are looking for an export trade, it would, appear that they' are satisfied that prodnetfon costs In Canada will not be'materially altered after the war, either as regard, labor supply, cost of burdens of taxation Mr OTahara W. Cnrtis, dustrlal Agent ot the Canadian.Pacific Railway, statsti rece.tly that he had found American business men greatly Impressed by sbovrnw of financial American confidence in, and comprehension of, Canada, was greater than strength made by the Dominion tta war, aid taat at any other previous (IMa, -c'r ;