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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February Page 0 THE GERMAN-AMERICAN TARIFF IS FIXED the United States to the German cus- toms territory at the tariff rates ol the existing commercial treaties. This authorisation will remain in force so long as the Unit-oil States does not subject the products of the German Empire and those countries and ter- ritories united with it in customs ro- tations to highi-r duties than are con- tained in Section 1 of the American tariff law of August 5, 1909. The bill further sots forth the con- ditions under which the Bundesrath condition would arise if the United States through legislation adopted or by treaties with a third country or otherwise should introduce changes exchange of goods the.German Empire and the United States to the disadvantage of Ger- many. MYSTERY IS CLEARED UP Berlin, Feb. was officially an-1 nounced today that the tariff negotia- tions had made such progress that a bill for the regulation of trade rela- tions between Germany and the Unit- ed States had been passed already by the federal council and would be in- troduced 'in the Reichstag this after- noon. Assuming that the measure it sanctioned by the council will be ad- opted by the legislative body it may be regarded as certain that Ger- many's general tariff will not be ap- plied to American imports after Feb. 7th as would have been the case had the diplomatic exchanges failed. The measure for the ratification of the German-American tariff agree- ment was laid before the Reichstag this afternoon. The principal para- graph reads: "The Bundesrath is au- thorized to admit to a reasonable' April 22 ami May 2, 1907. A seconditeruoon. No inquest will now be held. Toronto, Feb. alleged mys- tery surrounding the death of Elixa- beth whose body reached here yesterday from Fielding, Sask., has Baltimore, Feb. '3. Because she spurned his attentions Elijah Badel, a Persian 30 years old and a student at the University of Maryland medical school here, to-day Bhot and killed Miss Marie Lawson, 24 years of age, of Portland, Maine, a dental student at the same institution, and then fired a bullet into his own body. The woman died almost instantaneously, and the man's death followed a short time towards. The tragedy occurred at j their boarding house. eing Made In Alberta-.-Talks On Tele- phones, Railways and Government Owned Elevators lfae clrcumatanc. RESULT OF WRECK Toronto, Feb. claims in may wholly or in part withdraw j been cjeared up. lt aplMJar8 that from the United States the advautag- j letter es accorded to American products.) The first condition is in the event of jos oi lhe was sent byjconcction wlth vJctlms of the vreck its regulations would fail to treat Mr. J. Miller, farmer near Fielding, for German goods in accordance with thejwhoin Mrs. Miles was housekeeper, but principles contained in the note ro relatives in New Market and Artclft 2 of the tariff agreement not reach here until yesterday af- at Webbwood, began to find their way into the offices of insurance compan les, and the total liabilities of several companies interested is estimated at not less than Get in and make a profit. Don't be get THIS PROBLEM it should not take long to answer The growth of this city will be more rapid from now on for the., next five years than it-has ever been in the past. This because it is now beyond the experimental stage, and the eyes of the outside world are turned on means build- ing activity and population and consequently, increase in the values of Real Estate. ose Addition In an interview with the Reginu measure of control will be taken 'by the Standard, Hon. H, Gushing, told of government over the railways of the the success if the telephone in Alber ta. In his statement he said that thf province. When the time comes he be- lieves the principle of government own When You Need High Class Printing t> And Need It Quickly Call Oa. The QUICK PRINT j Alberta government gets more tele- phones for its money than any othei company iu'Canada.' "We build the local and long dis- tance lines and also construct the rur- al lines as fast as the people demand them, and we are building many miles railway bonds of which are guaranteed, additional every year." Wisely enough, Mr. Gushing admits Mr. Gushing attributes the great sue- that tkere wil1 bc a Complete revolu- cess of the Alberta telephone of the systera before his ership will be adopted, but under the present system of party divisions he does not believe that practicable. He believes, however, in securing a large measure of control over freight rates, expenditures and capitalization of the cess of the Alberta telephone system to the fact that the-telephone is these lines be "means of communication be- the towns and cities and be- iOUt. tween tween the farms of the country, and the people oi' his province are appre- ciating this fact more every day. fn addAUon to getting more miles of. tele- phone line for the money than any other company In Cauada, Mr. Gushing claims that they provide the service cheaper thaii any other place. In Cal- gary, for instance, the business tele- phone costs the same as in Regina, and it provides access to about twice as many connections. The residence telephone in Calgary costs only a month, as against in Regina, Mr. Cushing points out, however, that this is out of proportipn. He believes there should be a greater difference between Provincial Finances According to Mr. Cushing's story, Alberta has not yet faced the neces- sity of reducing school grants and grants to agricultural societies of de- pleted incomes, as the government of Saskatchewan has long 'ago reached that stage it was naturally a matter of. some comment between Mr- Gushing and his interviewer. The revenues of i the province; he said, are quite ade- quate for all ordinary purposes, and up to the present Alberta has not found it necessary to borrow any money. There are, however, certain public works of a more or less permanent nature which it is proposed to charge up to capital account and to secure the mon- Artistic and Commercial Printers- SHEPARD BLK. Lethbridge. P.O.Box 271 We Make Rubbei' Stamps ON THE PREMISES ey for this the government has taken borrowing power to the extent of which amout will be spent on steel bridges with cement foundations, the cost of residence aad business tele- phones. Pork Packing Plants Alberta farmers, according to the. A. i parliament buildings, and other works minister of public works, are more in-' TT oi a similar nature. He would not sug- terested m pork-packing establishment k iu ._ gest that the government" of Alberta SIC-U1J> than m government owned ______.__, 4fL-i ___ daughter, v.-lio lived i The problem of government owned ele- vators will have to be worked out bv jwas any more economical that was i that of Saskatchewan.1. the new minister of agriculture, Dun- can. Marshall, however, for the farmers Parliament Buildings Good progress is being made with HIS DAUGHTER KNEW THE RIGHT REMEDY To Cure Kidney Trouble The United States is all right, .you know, but Uncle Sam's doctors have not found a cure for serious Kidney Trouble. When sick folks down there want to get well, they send to Canada for Gin Pills. At least, that is the way Mr. H. S.Ball, of Oxford, Ohio, was cured of a bad case of Kidney Disease. Mr. Ball took the usual remedies pres- cribed by the doctors, and wore plasters, and was rubbed with In a letter to his in Canada, Mr. Ball wrote of ills serious condition His daughter immediately sent him two boxes of Gin Pills, which did him so much good that be knew be had found the right remedy at hst. July 25th, 1909. "Find enclosed one dollar for which are commencing to move in regard to i the new parliament buildings, said Mr. _ ___ it. The pork packing plants, how-jcushing and it is hoped to have them! please send me two boxes of Gin Pills; ever, are what they have set their [completed inside of two years. The M dauditrr sent me two boxes' and I hearts upon. "We made them an offer j Alberta parliament buildings differ which we didnt think they would ac-j largely from those of Saskatchewan in he said, "and now theyjiay they jthat they are constructed with a fromt are going to do their part. In that of steel, while the Regiua buildings case, I suppose they will hold the gov- ernment to its promise, and we will have to establish a government pack- ing plant." The arrangements asked for by the nave a.frame of reinforced concrete. His opinion is that the steel construc- tion is the better of the two. As a consequence of having adopted steel construction they found it necessary to government was that the farmers very deep for footings. A sub- basement was put in and then a base- ment which is quite well above the ground. Construction is necessarily slower in Edmonton than in Regina owing to the difference in the class of construction. should operate the packing plant in the creameries of the province. The farmers will operate the plant but the government will own it. It is also to be agreed that the farmers shall pro- vide a certain quantities of hogs at a set price every year, and any above that number must not be sold to other pork packing establishments until the government plnnf'has been offered the chance to purchase them at the figure fixed. Railway Consiruccron A great deal of railway construction FARMERS JOINING THE ANTI-MEAT CRUSADE had a bad case and'am gcttir_ 1 find lots of men here in the same fix that I V.T.S in, and I shall surely re- commend Gin. Pills to everybody." H. S. BAIL. Gin Pills are a product that every Cana- dian lake pride in, and one that thousands endorse. They are made by the largest wholesale drug house in Ca- nada, who fully guarantee every box. In fact, Gin Pills are sold with a positive guarantee. If, after taking Gin Pills according to directions, you can honestly say that they Lave not done you any good, simply return the empty boxes to your dealer and your money will be promptly refunded. For Kidney Trouble, for irritated and inflamed Bladder, for Pain, in the Back, for Constipation and Biliousness m-hich usually accompany Kidney and Bladder Pills are a certain and speedy cure. 50c. a for Sample free if you write National Drug Chem. Co. Dept. A.D., Toronto. 32 Springfield, Ohio, Feb. of Southwestern Ohio have taken aj jRaymond Webber, the Namao boy hand in the anti-meat crusade. Nearly j who was arrcstcd'by the R.X.W.M.P. (500 of them have signed a paper agree- j on a charge of highway robbery, is going on in Alberta, the government ing to withhold from market all live- j plcacicd eunty and was sentenced yes- following the policy of bond guaran- stock for sixty days. This- they believe j afternoon in the District tees with regard to the lines. Mr. Cush- ing believes, however, that the time is rapidly approaching when a greater will prevent any fall in prices. Several j Court to tnw; years industrial agricultural societies are said to be School at Portag.e La prairie by His backing the movement informally. J Honor JudRC Taylor. [Closest in addition adjoining new Henderson Park] the opportunity you have been waiting for, the chance you cannot afford to let go by. N LOTS AT UPWARDS EASY TERMS per mon th No Interest NoT axes What more can you want. What better time than the present to i vest in Lethbridge IN TO-NIGHT OR ELSE TO-MORROW- Lonnquist-Sharp Co. Or Lethbridge Investments ALBERTA BLOCK Upstairs LETHBRIDGE The Cadillac Motor Car We are now the sole agents for south- ern Alberta, Place all orders with us. Correspondence invited.. We are also sub agents for the HUPMOBILE, having obtained the agency irom the provincial agent m Calgary, your orders in early, as we have a limited supply; The Standard Garage Co. Box 1928 327 Wood Street Phone 564 I i 1 ;