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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Thursday, February 23, RECIPROCITY DEBATE NOW IN FULL SWING IA Masonic Railway ot More Can- adiau Abroad Criticised It's a higher quality Tht- new criip of Havana tobacco is much more aromatic than that of last year. The price is higher, but nevertheless, the opportunity has been seized by the manufacturers of the ROXBORO CIGAR to place a much superior articl: on the market. And this hss been not by making any increase in the price of the cigar, but by PUTTING MORE VALUE INTO IT at the same price. You get xhc benefit of the manufacturers' determination to make the ROXBORO CIGAR the highest standard of perfection for ten-cent cigars. In short, the ROXBORO CIGAR is the most perfect flavored, aromatic, and satisfactory srrc'.r ever cffored in- Canada for the If the business of the company was likely to be utterly destroyed as they think the stock would nol pros cum advnnco in the fncc of such pect. The hfaviePt decline in e I (From Our Own Correspondent.) I -Montreal, Feb. reciprocity i controversy is now in I'ut! swine i tlirouya the laud. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, it is the chief topic oi I discussion, not only to the north bill i 10 the south of the international bor I'lor, and the question hus even Invaded tuo legislative halls oi Great Britain The maximum capacitj No doubt the storm will continue to {of the i-ompany is reached in Octoboi ings shown yet this year was for the Mm week of February, the decrease g compared with a year U' At Your cigar Store rago around this bone of contention ror some weks yet, and not until the manor is decided by tue Canadian Par- H'.uem am! the American (Congress one way or the other will it let up. Dep utations are' heading for Oitawx to op the agreement, white who ajsree are very little heard from. One of tlu- weightiest pronounce- ments against the agreement made by the Montreal Hoard of Trade an organization which generally gives the cue to similar bodies, at lenst in Eastern Canada. Yet this pronounce- ment was by no means unanimous while Montreal is the kins piii of the protected interests, and shouts loud- i when vested interests are in dan- j there are yet many able men who and the minimum comes in February It has to be remembered that thlr year's records are being compared witi a banner year, and some further ex panslon will huve to take place before the records created in J'910 'can be beaten, in tue meantime, the company announ-ces its Intention of invading a new field of running steamships to the West Indies, and creating a link ol hotels. Mergeritui Run Mad .There seemu to be no limit to number of mergers of a commercial character, and apparently the thine will only, stop wbrii the supply of bus inoBg concerns to be merged is exhaust cd. Ambitious promoters have been in do not see eye to eye with their busi- ness brethren, an-d do not hesitate tc say so. Steel Interests Anxious 7 A NEW SCHOOL SITE AT CARDSTON RAYMOND NEWS very great evidence for months, i apparently the stock buying public pretty well loaded with their a nay co riders I in absorbing any more. In the mean- A srreat deal of interest time i fresh crop of millionaires is around the ;iction of the government; being created, for the business -pnya in connection'with the steel-industry'very well, and those who make the! rods are placed 011 the Iree list greatest success in this line or bust- by the agreement, and the bounty ness are in great demand and are which was given to help create it ex-1 making money fast, pires in June. The Dominion Steelj D. Lome McGibbon. one of theyouuj Corporation, which ia rhe chief most recent acquisitions to the try affected, claims that with" this of tn-oee who have to count their MAJESTIC THEATRE W. 6. SHERMAN. PHONE 646. RETURN OF THE PARTELLO COMPANY FOR ONE WEEK PRBSENTISf! THIS LATEST NEW YORK SUCCESSES. To-night "The Spoilers" To-morrow night--" The Blue Mouse" PRICES: Eyeninflt 25c 10c; any part of the houie I 25c; children EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA AT Scientific Sensation THE STOMACH Reproducea X-RAYS The Greatest Wonder of Moving Pictures I of their product exposed to American Fob. at present is a'and other foreign compeuion, and no fortunes not lower than in seven fig- ures, only a few days ago bought two very htisy to'.vu night soeiallv St Valen- bounty, it will be wiped out completely jof the biggest boot and shoe plants in celebrated bv two Thev want the bounty extended to en the country, for the purpose of run- we'i.lmj am! a valentine bail. lhera lo get a betcer fOOtiP-? lhcm under onc and i _ 'tit was thoueht prettv sure that with; specializing in the src-iuction of the ;o: the happv i-ouulcs in wedlock were t u _ of Raymond. j lihe Ea.sern politrcal which factories. He is snld to have put tip 'a the were i was brought to bear. .Mr. Fieldine matter of four millions in connection would agree tq the proposal, but the with the deal. Mr. and Mrs. S. M; .Mr. and Mrs. E. Mr. and] Mrs. J. E. and D. K. Harris. Mrs. Brown. Misses Amy. Hammer andi Becky Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M. A.' Coombs. Choir Concert i Ou Saturday evening ihe oi board jthe Cardstoa presented an ar hare been looking forward to the proeratBnie which was thorouah- ture and ibe oi i iine strac- j ,y by a good audience. :ure some day. ,T_ prank Layne as rue leader is cer-joj- Anderson, anil only the immediate, Durg. who wentf-jo; Ottawa -with a hfrirence and Great Lake Steamboat com-1 To this end (wo properties have, tainly co n i more particularly Mexico and American republics, to nothing "ontreal- tcndereil the rrtirinK The matter of weed inspection was secretary. Mr. Mahee, for his fnithfu! of the concerns In the United States, which is a lot of Canadian cr.p-i itai. Mr. Rudolpbe Forget. M. P., i tnlnki this all wrong, and he voices! rears past- MaSrath has efforts while filling his official dutirs S3tisiactorv sncpcctor for several in the Board during the past two The made his years. Mr. Mabee in a few well toifi mi1. K very one the sermon. At the I.. 0. S. Church the speaker was R. .S. Young, who'.selling at returns S.04 per cent, of thp gospel and gave a'and has a particularly bright future] lecture Forlie (M-.e occupied a houao ro" and many chimneys" fell. A jiiiii'is n man's arm wn-f- pp.ipir wor" They rushed out of t'nr everal were thrown-d.'iwn :inri ;d auu hruiaert. mailer, composed mixture of phlegm and blo-xl. v, J111JSI. There? i.-i only one way to prevent Church authorities make no distinction j are here in attendance. The r Eprnings Down. Stock Up jof The Grand Srribe Scribri The rather unusual apecincte ha? and Grand were presentedij and the sleclJoa Many Pneumonia, and that to cure the cold j just as aoon as it Dr. Wood's' Norway Pine Synip will hoirsc that ir.nre MRiarkablo i wiiij riitnoif io ioud to he.trfl ;hc rc.o-n. ot a! a crowd, and clo net hesitate to say :convened this morning. I 'in the meantimo the Roman erery section o! the jurisdfciScni eportj? or A rather sharp de Khis approximate earnings oJjcera hT.vr-.-f-r, ;i I'rirnd rr.c to t.rv this "j H v. 'if, IJ rl 1 "fix O .a Q Sciiue 6 pnia fitting tr! to the nmsller crop last to tJie fraternal u. while the price of the slocX in thrjwhom be mentioned R. E. Comp .irSei is soing and everybody; err fms bnilish. The rise is also tin o? .Mankoha. ir- 'ace of the pro '..iofiesof dire dJsasJftr. if was corair.Mdod. Two'nou- ,ty agroement through, one have granteJ durJnV THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL I 1_ V REST, MONEY ORDERS Thos. Davidson, oi with heart failure. sirirkf-n from Tfce Money Orders of Jhe Cnnadinn Bnr.k of Commerce ?.re a safe ..10 ujind-ng of Grar.di convenient and economical method of smnlf sums of money! They arc payable without charge at every branch of a chartered bank in Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and the .principal cities of the United States. Thc Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained on Application at the Bank. Dr. Woorl's Norway Pine Pynip put has beer, said of searinp Britlfh 'CMpiry. The Grand -er.ry gang olsnk at Windsor nitd tvii i.-. u up in a yellow wrapper; three pi'nu ITOS nwa? tlw agreement, while {port that cJty re-! iryity to his death In rhe river. The hody was recovered in fivp. m instep. Ik- wns 5ft x-oar? old. mark; the prioe 25 Manufactured only by The T, Co., LirmtpiJ, Toronto, Oat. In event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of tbo membership S arrangements to refund the amount of ut t5.000. The 1Ofct SM Milbum iathan Pactflc slock i8 Practically fixed [are now according to The grand f ,UUk-' D t. TT 'and cor.trolled by_ London report.. is well known that the price of Can-j to about ;