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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta p flWcilnesday, 'February TM-R-LKTHSK-100E DAILY HI-RAM) CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block ments Galore! useful ends of dress arid flannelettes, prints On scores and scores of goods and silks, flannels and ginghams, damasks and linens, towellings, sheetings, shirtings, wash goods, etc., and in addition to these many odd lots of corsets, hosiery, gloves, underwear, waists and .'under-- He have set apart Tuesday and Wednesday io accomplish the task of clearing out all time broken lots, and Qettiw lS 1- N. R. IN 1911 Edmonton, Jan. -for some'big work by ttie Canadian "'railway on their main line west ofEdmoutou. are now being made by Uie engineering department of the rail way .''for liie season of ISII. Practically aij or that portion of ttieir main line west of Edmonton ironi the Pembina river west to the Veliowhead Pass, a distance of nearly two hundred miles, will be placed un- der contract this pring, and will re- ijulre a couple of years to complete. There are already TO miles west of Ed- monton to the Pembina tindor con- tract, and this steretch will'be com- pleted this season, while at least 70 miles'of'the Yellowhead stretch Hiked tbgeth'er by race, SPECIAL RECmRbciTY MESSAGE DELIVERED TO CONGRESS Urges Broad Outlook and Neighborly Feeling-- Arrangement Will Gradually Reduce Cost of Living--0f Advantage to all Parts of the Country Washington, Jan.1 Urging, the prompt passage of a reciprocity treaty between the United States and Cana- da, President Taft sent to confess a special message accompanied by the agreement looking to such a treaty reached by representatives of the Can- adian government and the state de- partment. "Identify of interests- of the two be finished. Surveyors Leave Edmonton Uown at the Canadian .Northern rooms on First stroct, there Mas been lying for the past an entire surveyors' outfit, snow shoes, transits, and all manner of equipment. This. will comprise the outfit of the nrst surveyors' 'party go out this year. The ouuit belongs to one of the pro lament engineers on tbe staff of the railway company. Tnis engineer has I reached Edmonton, and will leave the i city for tiie vrest tins week. His work language, political institutions -and geographical the president gives -as the chief reasons for 'such reciprocity us he'recommends. The president says he feels it is the "wish of the American people that this coun- try ente'r into, a more intimate and cordial relationship with Canada." .Deal Liberally ing classes we -should'take steps to do so now." Protection Not Violated Mr. Taft holds that a commercial agreements with Canada "by which', we shall have direct "acess to her great supply of natural produces without an obstructing or prohibitory tariff is riot a violation of the protective principle, because that principle does HOC call for a tariff between this country and one -whose conditions as to products, population and wages are so like urs, and when our common boundaries of 3000 miles in length must make a radi- cal distinction between .our" commer- cial treatment of Canada and of any other country." The president says that the' Can- adians "soon must decide Liberality'of view in dealing with [they are to regord themselves'as'iso- the proposed treaty-is; recommended lated permanently from our markets by'the "president.- "We have reached a stage in our calls for a statesmanlike .and broad view of our future trade status and its re- j win be-to revise the location of the lies aid: equlva- Mine west of. the Pembina to the should be sought in an arrange- j iov.'liead, in an endeavor to secure of this character, an exact bal- shape for the reception and display of new spring goods. Goods featured are allofcimost desirable chmder lowenomh J i more' direct. line north of the' Grand I Trunk Pacific! The party will work vignt. through.'to the Vc-llowhead, and i will he absent all summer. Contract to bs Let Soon a few months the contract j for the stretch from the Pembina.west to the foothills will b3 awarded from I tile'offices of .-the company in Winni- 'i'he contract is to he the first to warrant a quick disappearance of some' of the choicest tines, so -that for quick action ifjjou This Two-Dan Saving Event ance of financial gain is neither im- perative nor After speaking of efforts made prior io the conferences to bring the two countries President Taft refers to many previous-questions, such as the the-boundaries and the "equable arrangement recently "reach- ed between our commerce commission and; the similar body in' Canada in re- I taken by-the new construction com-jgard true rates-on transportation j rany recently' formed by Joe iicKeu- lmes the ..two countries." i vie. son of Sir'William McKenzie; and "The path having thus been A. .Merry, a brother-in-law. The he continues, "for the improvement of over some of "the work out west. Over Men Required controversial character. "The contribution 'to the industrial advancement-of'.our own country by The trouble with most Is that they take ylve ;li proper treatment.? your liair to have that look-of and vitality, you must take You cannot expect hair if :'ou'simply1 run a-comb It in the it a the outer, edge wjth.a bn' it into a if.'. in a few'hair it go at that. Hair Is like.any needs needa needs thorough grooming, not only the hair bu: the If you have the you "won't nend any: most women haven't.; color, Improves the 'texture and it stay gracefully whereat Hirsutone literally neplecied hair. Your N'yal Druggist ommenfls Hirsutone Jn artistic bottlei SOLD AND LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS; the movement and these foodatuffa." President Taft sage, by calling neighbor." has cost us hit Canada, "in the of fense against and ihe; will. She -has'sought us tiuickly when en and distributed ovir shares with us common tradition! i By a perpetual wall, rwe'are to be commercial friends." "If we give them reason to take the former 'he said, they adopt methods denying access to certain natural resource's except on conditions quite favorable.Io A notable instance of such a possibility may be seen in the conditions as'to the supply of pulp wood, and the nian-, ufacUre of print for which.-we iCanada. I therefore have made a conditional provision in tnafc the measure will be: the believed to- be eauit- acted into, aspirations. 1 feel I liave; terpreted the wish, of people in. the raent now submitted' its approval Their desire for timate and cordial "relationship" l Canada, r Niagara Peninsular 'Fruit' Association, to press rates. J. W. the new president. Could Not IV- DULL. TIMES .AT BELLEVUE Frank, Jan. to the dull at Bellevuc, caused by the con- arid, enforced unemployment ac collieries, numbers of families are away. J. H. Oliphant has re- .-ijjove.i L-. jtjtirc; and others are sor-ic ;ing employment elsewhere. Business is also exceedingly dull. Kev. T. D. .lones. of Bellevue, open- ed a-Methodist church at Passburg on Grows Hair Abundantly This is an age of new discoveries. To grow iiair after it has fallen out today is a reality. SALVIA.-ihp Great Uair Tonic and Dressing, will positively create a new growth of hair. If you to liave a beautiful head of. hair; free from Dandruff, use "SAL- VIA' orice a day and watch the results. SALVIA is guaranteed to stop fall- ing hair and restore the hair to its natural color. The greatest hair vigor known. Sold by the Alberta Drug Book Co. Sunday, f A large audience was.present jn-flie -Miners' Hail here, to hear 'lecture' on "High -by Col. Taylor, of the C. P. R..bureau of e'xplbsives. With the assistance of his raagjrj Jantern, the colonel-gave and instructive lecture on this import- ant topic. able. "Should we not now, therefore, .be- fore their policy has become loo crys- talized.and fixed of real concession, facilitate commerce countries, and thus greatly increase national "resources-.' available" to. our Cost of Living .As to the effect the agreement' would have oh the cost of. living'in the Uni- ted States. -the president says: "I do noi wish to hold out the prospect that the :imrestricted. interchange of food 1 ,-w products will greatlv and atonce re- lime t primary cause of kidnev troub e> 'Et to the people of this' vne back Back Was OUT So, Jan. the end.of'. practically as far as Lac Ste. Anno, cistance of forty miles, they will a force ot men to worK at t cpeniu? of the season. Construction Co.' will also' require, a j targe aumher of" men for .their work west ot" the Petnbina. Big Bridge at Pembina ice to the section with its'agricultural iics- ihe The lecturer, an .old service- as paster, t.s.e tallced chiefly t.o raij-jl-i. BirO road mon, ann it is to be regretted tiiat more were not present to hear nim. A hig SL'r.d.O'jo bridge over the Pem- i L'ltiii canyon, similar, io tLe bridce Political Boundaries boen j'The g-JI'ding motive to seeking ad- cause. justraent of trade' relations between the two countries 'so situated geo- graphically aliouitl be to give play to Moreover, the small ainount-warning from the kidneys that every- surplus for export as com- :.thing is not right'with them. that of p'rdduc- -Heed the warning: cure the weak, would make laLme' of the reduction gradual. Excluding the' u If you don't-do this; serious comphcs- eieinent of transportation, the pncc of tions are verj- apt to arise and the first staple food products, especially cf thing you know you will be troubled with cereals, is much the same the world Dropsy. Diabetes or Bright's Disease, the over, and the recent increase in price. deadly forma of Kidneys the result of a world-wide Trouble. On the first si of anything wrong The new Sanatorium note! is beitm hurrisd toward completion. A few finisliing touches are being added, and the company purpose, we hciieve, op- ening the building next month. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Quebec -will tax auto owners a car. and moving picture shows -Montreal's building operations are not in proportion to growth of popula- tion, says Joe. Ancard, 'President of the Builders' Exchange, though last, year the figures were out of tiie tower, cfi by rise Grand Trunk Pacific, will the First Congregational Church, j l'G erected by the Canadian Northern j1' South Chicago, his homo for the 2t the'r l'oiiu OL" the j ijcurly a mile ncrth of the C. T. P.u crossing. .It is expected that work will; vefcran preacher wishes io' live j commence this -bridge next year. Work iron: B. C. End productive forces as far as practicable, eight years. s of political drawn upou our natural in -such- a -way as to invite S attention to their necessary This _- i on aud to m the top-of the rov.-cr until he dies., WU1K irc-n a o cina O-'iie'r members of tbccui-rrh 7- r' o" lheir use to our necessities. w nClvO i i- -At L of MiPir mitn linnt t-e emi o. aieir mam line: have so increased in population consumption of food products that. Automobile Free FIRST PRIZE This beautiful, fully equipped, five passenger auto, with electric lights TO BE GIVEN AWAY Also from J300.00 to 11500.00 in other prizes, for the selling of a small medallion frame. An _ equal chance for every person who wishes to enter this.contest, which will be very shorr. Should cicso in a few weeks. Open for entries until February lolh. Write for further particulars and fall specifications or the auto and J. G. Maxwell P. O. BOX 2091 LETHBRJDGE. ALTA. seems it had to go." heart, would break." Mr. Bird became .pastor when there were only five members. The mem- bership now is 250. During the last year there have neea several attempts to get a new pastor. Ai this meeting it suggested to the minister that.he of the church tower. The main body of! London. the church was erected 25 years ago. 12 million sign Boon's Kidney Pills should be taken" But a source of supply as nearas Thev go to the seat of the trouble Canada would certainly help to ore- j strengthen the kidneys, thereby etrength- VAH r mrt innr T t vent speculative fluctuations, would study local price .movements and would postpone the effect of a.furth- er world increase iu the price of lead- ing commodities entering into the cost of living, if that be available. "My purpose in making a reciprocity trade agreement with Canada has been not only to obtain one be mutually advantageous to both countries, but one whicli would be' >_ k. vi HiillH lllJt: p, lied around declare he shall iin'c Canadian Northern have" now not-be driven oat aml sorae minsicr; It is expected, that a 701 mile Jin our economic position from that of' benefit "to "al'rsect'ions'1" The" Currents contract north Gf Kamloops will he cot.ntn- selling to the world products 'of business and the transportation fa- ycar of chc farm acd-forest to one con- duties that would be established for- SAVING RAILWAY COAL New Device That Makes for Econ- omy orr-the Line 1-JtgiU years tower, 70 feet ngo a square church Jan. one year over ion? of coal are lined on British railways, and managers are liirh was built. This tllcreforo interested in some cxperi- j tower was a memorial to the-wife of.enls 'hat; liave taking place I :iie Carrie Hall Bird. a vicw to econom-v devices j from The Germans wore early in the field with a super-her.tcr, hut this could not, it HUT it should be occupied bv th- n- D., tua Tests have now. for some time been in progress on the principal Bri- tish railways v.ith a super-heater of British manufacture and design, v! known as the "Phoenix." and there prosnerrs that it will be widely ovc tiie entrance arc four floors. It was constructed with (lip tor. Special Discount Sale OF VALUABLE at 'JEWELRY Roscborongh's Stock-Taking; Sale We are specialists in man- is facniring jewelry and set- ting diamonds. Have your watch properly repaired at Roseborough's, ROYAL BANK BUILDING 407 REDPATH ST. suming and importing "Excluding corn, which is increas ing, a radical change is already shown in our exports in the falling off in the .amount of our agricultural pro- ducts sent abroad and correspondingly marked increase in our manufactures exported. A far-sighted policy re- quires that if we can enlarge pur sup- ply of natural resources and especially of food products and'the necessities of'life without substantial injury -io any of our producing and manufactur- DYSPEPSIA Can Be Cured. the' back. Mrs. John Puigh, Ptrkdale, Man I uacd Doan'e u the HAY, GRAIN BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be carriad on. under the farm name ot iJ. Stuckey Son, And by strict attention to business hope to be favored the patronage given the old firm. ff- givcsiichieHef in dyspepsia and stomach ;for a century, and further promote troubles. T -was troubled for rv number I good feeling between p of years with dyspepsia, and couIH Igcswoj it will extend th? market for numera relief urttiM tncd Burdock Btttcrs. nilt. T- -i o. I I look three bottle, and became cured, i th" l Siaics and 1 can now cat anything without lfie inhabitants ol a prosper-) hurting me. I will hiehly rcrommcndit. neighboring coinury with nn in-i tr> nil "who are trouWa-T with stomach j creasing and an incrrabing trouble." j purchasing powor. Ti will fleep-Mi and miiy by The T. Miibxifn widen ilio ROJMV-C? of foot! supply in Co., Limited. Toronto, Ont, contiguous lorritory; will fapiliiate Alberta TIMOTHY BLUE JOINT HAY a of Grain 1 All (rear ot Dallas Hotel. PHONE BOX 1828 R. Stiickcy Sou Succcsors to The VVaddington-Stuckey Co. Wholesals Retail HAY AND GRAIN DEALEP.S ;