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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .imp. The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, February PageS Parkview Lots all sold. Now buy Alexander Addition lots at each, with quarter cash, balance 4 and 8 Best] buy on the market.. .1 have 200, Come and make your selection. W. R. DOBBIN 310 Glyn Street DOMINION LANDS f AV1 J- I Ottawa, Feb. 4.-The Hon. falter of Saskatchewan, ar- Scott, premier rived iu the city ttts mormig aad liad an interview with Sir lie said, live issue in the West." 3 While here it is understock he will discuss a proposal o! setUiiapart a portion of the Dominion his lor University purposes iu the HALT A MILLION FOR REGINA STATION Feb. no official Information has yet b'een given out, it stated that the plans filed by the C. P. R. for the proposed new union station for Reglna call for a building costing between and and which will be the finest building of the kind between Winnipeg and the j coast. ANXIOUS TO INTRODUCE ANCIENT STYLE OF DRESS 444444444444444 4 4 4 4 4444 4444444444444444444444 4 20 In Alexander located. Price L. S.RIPLEY Tel 1034 4 4 4 44444444 444V444444444M4444444 44444 4- 4444444444444444-U v 4 4- New two-storey Roonyouse'on London Road, near Coutts St J3.700. cash. Mcee f Balance in three annual payments with interest. A GAIN. r Money to Loan 1 Fire Insurance THE C. B. BVMAN AGENCY I 1 ACADIA BUILDNG ST. TELEPHONE 1325 M 4 4 4 4 44444444 4444444 TRADE RELATIONS WITH OUR COUNTRY Varied Comment Of United States Press On the Subject 44 C. H. DEVINE Farm Loans IMPERIAL DEVEiMENT CO., Ltd. Southard Blocl: -1353 Lethbridge shivered as he thought o! the tem- perature. "That is a matter -which will have; to be decided by an accredittd phy- said the Court George Bones, a young -Englishman, who was in the Toronto General Hos- pital suffering from typhoid fever, stabbed himself with a pair of scisors this afternoon, dying two hours later. He was nsane for some time and snatched the scissors from the nurse's hands, Inflicting the injuries almost in a flash. Nine Boomed Duff Addition. Well built. Has f and verandah. S2650. 8950 cask; per month. 4 4 t 4 I INVEST ONE CENT IN A POST CARD For a Sample of Gin Pills If you have Kidney yom Bladder is inflamed and you have to urinate every few your back your hands and feet are sore and you are all crippled np with you give Gin Pills a chance to show how they can help you Illinois- 44444444444444444 4 T 4 4 4 4 4 4 f 4 4 4 44 44 New York, Feb. only th'ngs lacking for a classic atmos- phere in the West Side Court a few days ago were a few Ionic columns and a c.ouple of laurel wreaths. As far as costumes and other little personal touches were concerned Mr. Raymond Duncan hardly a Greek name his wife and four- year-old son, Menalkas, were a mine of local color. Mr. Duncan was garbed much after the popular conception of 'Epictectus, with the possible exception of his head, which was covered with flowing hair. As for little his gar- ment might be called a burlay bag by the unaesthetic. Prom each cor- ner of the bag protruded a sturdy pink lamb, and the abandon with which Menalkas gambolled the cold modern table top almost gave the lie direct to the contention of Policeman McNish and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children regarding possible injury to the child> through exposure. The trouble all started when the policeman saw Menalkas out walk- ing Saturday with his aunt. The policeman refused -to be led to the possible conclusion that the child did not feel the apparent hardship, and forthwith he led the trio-to a convenient police station. "You are. charged with endanger- ing your child's said Mag- a chance to show their value. Invest istrate Hprhprt i onc cent a postcard and write today to tlie National Co. Limited That does not hurt him to be l Dept. A JX, Toronto, for a free sample, out in this mild said Mr.} Then, when you see that Gin Pills are Duncan, and Policeman McNish! j" boxes at your dealer's. 29 The New York Herald recently pub- lished on its editorial page the fol- lowing extract.} from editorials print- ed by other United States papers re- garding trade relations Canada.! The s'ub-'heads are those used by the Should Furnish More. Washington it Is true that our trade with Canada has Increased vastly, the Increase of Can- ada's trade with Great Britain is re- latively greater, all due to ous policy of repelling our northern neighbor, really a sister, and, man for man, woman for and child for child, as ravenous consumers as we. Instead of supplying Canada with 60 per cent, of her total import- ations, it is our folly that we do not furnish her with eightly per cent, of them." Will Come !n Time. Minneapolis Is no j doubt that a better adjustment of trade relations will come in time, in I spite of politicians and recalcitrants Jon both sides .of the line. The de- tails can well be left to time and com- mon sense. In the meantime it is gratifying to observe the closer knit- ting of the commercial ties as well as ties of brotherhood." Farmers Don't Get the Benefit. New Haven tariff wall which American farmers have built and maintained between this country and Canada Is, for business purposes, an insurmountable one. If the farmer here got the whole of the [benefit perhaps that would be more excusable. But he does not, and it would not be wholly excusable any way. There are many thoughtful stu dents who believe that Intelligent ciprocity with Canada would be greater gain in some directions than it would be a cost in others. We are not ready to throw protection t the winds, or even to wholly let down Italy and Spain included thpir colon- ial possessions, but the proclamation referring to the United Kingdom was) not so worded. The Canadian situ- ation stands by itself, and up to date escape from, a tariff war seems as un- avoidable as in the case of Germany or Prance." Puts Blame on Canada. Detroit Free the Presi- dent should now find himself conscien- tiously unable to avoid the challenge, thrown out by this ratification (of the French the responsibility for the outcome will be Canada's alone. If the of trade exchanges restrictions or mutually advantageous trade." Canadians Can Stand It. St. Louis truth seems .to be that the Canadians-are strong enough to welcome, as a measure of protection to their own industries, a trade war -with the Unit- States, if it is forced. The less they buy from us the more they must make for themselves or buy abroad, while Europe offers a ready market 'for their surplus products. What are President Taft and the Aldrich tariff makers going to do about Vast Trade Involved. Chicago the first ten months of this year the United States sold to Canada products valued at That was almost 12 per cent, of the total exports of this country. It was more than twice'as much as all its South American sales. The Canadian exports to the Uniteu. States for the ten months in Question were valued at Here is an exchange of goods between the two nations on this con-'valued at The exchange tinent are jeopardized, it was the Do- between the United States and all minion, that risked their loss. What- Asia aid not quite come up to it ever neglect the United States may This great trade -has grown up with- 4 4 4 FOB A SHORlE ONLY 1 400 acres, all fenced, pie51ty running water, for a short time 17.50 per 320 acres, unimproved, 1 1-2 nmes market, per acre. reasonable terms. j 5 acres adjoining townsite ot a new town, suitable for raising poultry, garden trucTc, Pargain. Hamlyn did. French River, Nov. 10th, 190S. "A short time ago, I received your sample of Gin Pills which I have taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose 50c. for a box of them. I be- lieve they arc just the thing for me." RICHARD HAMLYN. Gin PUls proved" to be just the thing for Mr. Hamlyn. They will prove lust the thing for you, if you will give them But it is high time to consider change that may let-Into our market from the great Canadian source supply some things which our publi sorely needs, and in'which our sup ply is running so short that it keep the price up. That is one feature! of the problem of our high prices, in so far as it is a Trade Important- Boston United States trade interest with, our northern neigh bors is quite as important as that with either France or Germany. The Presidential proclamations relating to weeu gmuy or iu me past m tfle matter of securing freer trade relations with Canada has been more than offset by this needless affront." Why Not Pull Down Barriers. Philadelphia. "The Canadians stand in. as great need of our soft coal as we do In need of their forest products. Why not pull down the tariff barriers as ,a measure of mutual benefit? Our Pennsylvania mines are the nearest source" of supply for the lower Canadian Provinces and our port of Erie should do the fostering care of governments. No subsidies have been given to steam ers to build it up. It has expanded in spite of legislative obstacles, Canada is now a better customer than France. In a few years, If the insanity of a tariff war shall not come on, it will .be a better customer than Germany. Canadians want American products, and Americans want those of Canada. The .mutually profitable exchange of their commodities should not be- sacrificed." great business in the export of bituminous and anthracite coal and Import of lumber If there were no E. A. Badenaeh, one of Toronto's best known Insurance men. and a lifelong citizen, passed away on Saturday M MM MM M Ml 4444 4 44 4444 4 M MM MM 4444444 1 SNAP 1 V v 4 15 acres close to Eosedale. i t f 1500 per acre. One-third cash. Balance 6 and 12 mos. Clear title. 4 T Agent for Barnes Coal. All orders receive --f prompt attention. 4 4 4 CO Phone 1425 Office Room 1, Ott E> from 7.9 evenjngs 44444444 V 444444444 Two Good Lots -besule 4- i Grounds for sale at THE ALBERTA Alberta BIk., Phone 1045 Eox ,54 4 t f LOCAL LAND OFFICE BREAKS ALL RECORDS Bow Island Rush Boosts Number of Homestead Entries I Tke Golden West Realty Co, Co-Op. Block. Crabb Street t 44444444 4 4 4 M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44444444-4 M 4 t 4 H 4 44444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M HMrlMMH M M 3 lots close to corner Bartlett St. Easy Terms. LONDON ROAD each. Water and sewer. 4 4 T E. IVJfcaS, STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 297 4- M M t t FOR SALE 5 anre lots suitable for market gardens, etc. 1 mile south Agricul- 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 VRE YOU LOOKING Ijyj) wrra AN EASY CASnENT WK HAVE FOR SALE an A.I. HaU-h', two of Maryfcld-Letlibridgc Branch of ttw-jj can bo bl.wtfln; is sllgUtly rolling and covered Qf grasg onlv si 2.00 per acre. SSSO.OO casn ai-ce jn f annuRl instalments, with interest at 6 >r thjs anfl bargains apply w the CANADIAN REAL 4 4- tural Grounds. We are owners of this land, therefore guarantee price to be much lower than any other the same distance from this city. See us for prices and terms. I 4 4 4 Bryan Block Auto. P. O. Box 387 444444444444 BARGAINS 4 4- 4 4- 4 4 One double lot in business section West' One double lot and in jcct ter R 2 double lots on James St. facing ca TERMS On all of above onshid 6 months J. i. EAKIN 4 4- 4 4- The above is shown by the record at the Office. You can buy lots NOW at from to Terms 1-3 cash; balance 6 .and 12 months. Interest at six per cent. These lots are in tbe original survey and lie along the railway directly opposite the depot. ]MaJvC your own estimate of the value of these lots in a year. Blue prints and information supplied by t F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY W 4 Leading' Real Estate and Financial Brokers J 414 P. O. Box 377 t H M H' M M H M M H M M H H M H M M M 4 4 MHMMMMM t" A FARM ON PRACTICALLY YOUR OWN TERMS Our to actual farmers on easy terms. You don't nocd much money, if you have farm equipment. Don't rent when thf same expense would make you owner. Inspect our have quarters, half-sections and sections. Tf ours don't suit ami you have a piece in mind on which terms are too stiff for you, let ns buy it and sell to you on your own terms. FARM SECURITY COMPANY We Loan Money on Farm Lands Whitney Block Lethbridge We Buy Lands for Cash 4 4 4 44444444444 H 4 H 4 >444 t 307 CRABB ST. OPt, iONTREAL -f I I NEEDHAM BAKER M H H 444 M H H M M THIS DP- BOAT ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles east of Lethbridge on the C. P. E. Here's a good SO nnd 31 In Bicck 37, for the pair. One-half cash, balance onc year. 6 per cent. R. V. GIBBONS Co. -t- 4- ____ PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK T 5E all 9 irnish- Amer- ROLL >rs jr. lor ic city 4444444444444444444444 ?OR SALE Good Half Section of close to Diamond City. Will trade house The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel ;