Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Yards at: Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Irvine Maple Creek Milk River Cardston at: North Lethbridge Barons Carmangay Granum Clareiholm Nanton High River loneer Main Lethbridge Yard 418 5th St. S. General Office 418 5th St. S. North Lethbridge Yard 245 13th St. N. Best Grades Low Prices Complete Stocks to a demand Tor a genera! reductlo CARBON BLACK ELASTIC PAINT A Very Much Shorter Catechism on Reciprocity Q. word A. r to n; natural products with the TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES A It meant -.MiHnn tn Jssuc? by The Canatlian Bank'of Commerca most convenient w.U which to when travailing. They are h everywhere, and the exact amount payable in the prin- cipal foreign countries printed on the face of every cheque. The cheques are issued in denominations of IQO and and may be obtained on application'aV the Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued irbooklef- entitled i'lnformation-of In tercet about to which will'b'e sent free to anyone'applying for it. Lethbridge Branch C G. K, States They have; leaders of both part tKelrL.migh becaiieo'they will find reciprocity un- profitable from n business standpoint9 A.-' That ia what they seem to mean. Q. Is the iigrcement in form a treaty for n specified term, which must be adhered to whether profit- able or not No; it is mOe'Iy a mutual un- derstanding, which.' either at liberty to lermimite ,at any time. Q. Why riicn. should Canadians think upon trial tliej weie dis'-Ttisned icupio to secure .ft reciprdckr treaty since tbe abrogation of-tho one which ceas vou'-sive tiio names of any of these sfateHrhen? !1' A. Among Conservative loaders 1 would 'name Sfr: John A. Macdonald, Sir A. .T. Sir John1 Thompson, Sir ChaVW Sir Leonard Tiller. Q. :Wero any of these men suspect- id of disloyalty to British institutions? A. they were all regarded as eminently loyal. Q. Yet they strove to secure re- ciprocity' with the United tales? "Speed to burn and a corker to cliriib buy of hunch The mi cai day-in-and-day-oul more evidence, of its wm-th than miles'of 1 .recorfla, that read like a Chapter in ChrorilcleB or the.Vorda .nithont End the? AJSml of a nap-hazard choice of a motor cur Is like, a hastv Is anf tn r 11 when II is too late. It is hard to get real lasting reliability in..a moderate-priced car AU ,v gimrant.ee you vlll find It in Slodel 27 at 0. B. Factory absolutely Choice ofSovcnteen style, fore-doors, torpedo body, choice of colors, equipment etc are not far awav McLAUGnLIJV-BUICK GARAGE Competent Mechanic In Repair work promptly done at reaionable storage for a few cart 1227 Bompas St. The Old "CHy Auto MeLiiiighlin' liigs We have lne heaviest and best Rssortod slock of thcs'c splendid rigs thai, lias ever beoii in Urtlibridge. Twonty.f.ve set up in our rtow-roora to pick from. Liberal dlscSmt on lale" Ttiinlup Tin-s A tlioftsntiddolhiB uortli of cisines and lubes in, liook In Irom an x 3 1-2 up The se.sons heavier stock orir, of canvas, a protSi flan to insfdc of cismg Dunlops are glyjng splendid .itUfactlon. Call and examine thcsotirea HYDE SAUNDERS Cor. WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES P.O.BOX. TELEP and 12 L2 St. S. (Ford St. NE A. No reason be given, if they did not like H thM tan lepeal it Q Wb3 fahoiild Ibej be dispose lofinid anJicMtion u tbe igieemen I proved.a great boon (o'their country A. BccauRf! aniinxiition would giv them American political Institutions T well as Oie American market. Q. Do prefer American inst tutions to; their own9 A ijg n not Q hy should the> change the) minds" A. .1 do not Itnott Q. What rs ihe bastsYfor the sec ond argument vlx., tfi'at" reclproclt; will prove injurious to tiie bnsines Interests of Canada0 H Is biserl on tho tha the greit niLitfe in the imnoitatio of A met ican goods Mill. Eeiip.uelj ir jure our'domestic ea tabfislimeiile. Q. Docs the reciprocity, agreemen prbyide for a lowering of Canadlai ttrlff on-manufactured gods? No; excepting- in tho case o agricultural prepnret meats. Q. Are these reductions great? A. No; very slight. Q: Are the establishments affoc able to stand the reduction? A. They make millions of promts every year. Q. Is tho reduction likely (0 hurt tJiom at iill? No; free access (o the American narkef. will undoubtedly add to thoir business. Q. -If general manufacturing estab- iahmenta are. not concerned In tbe vpseri "reductions of duty si. all, why should they he disturbed? 'A.. Because they.may fear that (All light taste of I6wer duties auf ta.M "A. Yes; 'used every poossible en deavor. Q. Was tbe Conservative party in general" favorable to'such, a measure A. Yes; Sir John A. Macdonald as .heir leader, declared for "reciprocity of trade or. reciprocity of tariffs" am they supported iifrh to a man. Q. U Sir .John' Macdonald wore alive today and wished to vote in tbe coming election consistently with bi party's and Ills own oft-rc- poated. opinions on reciprocity, how would lie cast bis ballot9 A. He would be obliged to vote for Laurier and larger markets J. W. tiengoiigh.in Toronto Globe. mayor greatly. -He anys that the rounds of the LetlilirldgE tural society are very prettily AgHciil tit mil CALGARY'S MAYOR PRAISES FAIR Calgary, Alia. Aug. hope of Uio city's .coal .situation' being re- There is every convenience for the ac- commodation of the cattlemen and the lo.using of their cattle. Tbe racing: tables are well placed 'and ia a fine hnlf mile race track, vfth splendid grandstand nccoinnioda- ion, and the directors.have not over- oked the comfort and convenience of be exhibitors. The grounds are being lid out with a view to tiie future and a few years the surroundings will be very pleasant. A splendid driveway is being constructed round a depres sion which will be converted into a lake, covering some ]4 acres, on which boating, can be. indulged in and which there will be. accommodation for bathers Tbe gro.unds are situated about two miles from the city and the; railway company lias laid tracks and intent WHS in'the stook, and that til along the line hinders Notwith- standing that districts had suf- fered from hailstorms the prccentage of crop small and H bountiful harvest IB, pro- mised. If the southern portion of the country is favored -with ripening wea- ther for. the next ten days the safety of the crop will be assured. operating trains every thirty minutes hiring the fnir. 'I appreciate tbe Jnrydnetjs "extended o said they night, which I take as a" compliment tb .tho city of Calgary and 'T was..pleased to lofc the friendly feeling exhibited he- ween the officials of the southern metropolis and the citizens of the i'gest city in province. He was much .struck-with appearance of 'cropa; eJAveen Calgary -and Returning from Letiibridge Jt was lleved through thr opening of the .pleasing to note he. sail} that conatd L-roM i Nest Pass mines is given bj .eialle of the grain nad been cut and be Jlayor, who-returned from a visit j to the, Lethbridge fair doleful over the I coal problem but elated.with his recep (ion by the Lethbridge ncople and the splendid ;rounds. Qurhig his brief day's flying trip to Lethbridge where he went for tho pur- pose of attending the opening day of tbe new" agricultural grounds he delv- pouce COURT The docket in the police court this, norning was .the liehtept since the opened I MicDonald, Owrge, Godwin and C R Cartm, appeared to inswer for a charge of dnmkeneis 'and lisorderly conduct Each .pleaded guilty find was fined the usual1 three'' and costs. F. J. Dorin, n switchman in the'C: Pi R. yards here, who allied himself with one of the public vhowB, playing hia little goino near the cor- ne of 5th St., was up to answer for a charge of vagrancy. He was voluble iu his promises-to repair immediately to his ranch ,if allowed to do but tbe pollre wish to look further huo the matter ot the marble gamij the case wan 'remanded until tombr- The assassin bent over about to be victim. He drew hack to ilnk his -dagger -In the vital spot A click' of the cooking of the'revolver ay- GBt'ed his movement He turned to gaze into the of a deathfv, toy did not leave him fqr he inllj inquired '-P ed into Uio-fiuestion of coal hi an ef fon ;to discover to what extent the opening of tiie mines would help solve he local situation. "The prospects of Calgary receiving .supply from tho local mines Is not any way Is bis re- iorr; "A" few small mines arc opera- ing but. the output will hardly fulfil ocal requirements, and they can cairely be expected to ship coal to "le neighboring cities." The Mayor -again urges that the itizens should safeguard themselves gainst any possible shortage this inter by Adopting the suggestion adc heretofore, to'place'the orders Imported so that Incon- enlence and a lack' of fsuel will not experienced Jn the coming winter, the grounds impressed the Carriages and Waggons Made to Order 1 Repairing and 1 ainting aSpecitdty- Scientific Hone Shoeing and General Repairing Expeit -workniRTisliip in all departments. Call antbsee us. The Economical Carriage Shop NEAR DALLAS HOTEL O.