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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, I 101 frvV? tVi f M M M M M M R1DOWAY AS 7 301D OfiLY IN SCAIEO TINS IN ft; I SIZE5 RIDGWAYS TEAS ESTABLISHED IN THE ICIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Safe of any high-grade Tea in the World 50cM 60c. and 1.00 per Ib. SOLD ONLY IK SEAS ED TINS IN J'A.ft.l A Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 53 Prompt Delivery STRONG ARGUMENT FOR FREE TRADE speech" of its essence was used to prohibit the j Dr. Clark m the Federal conbtitueu- importation of cheaper and better r cy of Red Deer, at thc Young Liber- j goods and caused a diversion of ca- j al Club of "Edmonton was an expo- pitul-to Ic-J-s productive and profit- Neither did protection attract .trade! j TOO" STRONG TO WORK Hxwas a notorious the iron industry was being forced out of Charity Subject to Wife's So it was with the HoiMi With Axe ed States. .-Fraser u Chicago! III II 11 i I rcm Thomp8OIl was nble channels. Jt the cheap ness ami efficiency of production. The imposition of a tariff was sition of the trade question as never before heard in the ca- pital city of the province. The learned doctor went into exhaustive analysis of the rilT problem comparing low tariff could not manufacture as successfully j an American Llectric linn, were cs- tablishcd at Hugby. Then there was Ottawa. Ont., Feb. has four of the laziest men in this part of'Che to the wcek- the Westinghouse firm employing ly report _of the Children's Aid So- i an mount to an J acknowledgement by ta-.t.hc domestic manufacturer that he English awl several other ciety. The champion lives in rlinton-j great manufacturing firms that hod' burg: A load of wood was sent up from pro- to-hi with high tariff or freo trade with The. address, was distiu: giiished by lucidity "and incisiveness and evidenced the philosopher's mas- tery oi" theory-kajid principle anei the a1? his foreign competitor which in- volved a loss of capital. To -show change of took up the countries.' Protection .was.; no cure .for unem- ployment. Tlic streets of llcrlin. York, and Chicago attested' this] commodities1 Dr. Clark trade returns of Cana- practical statesman's grasp of lie showed lhat the only varia-t complicated operations of tion was an the articles of commtru; w that trade was an inter-1 r, i Canada with her moderate tariff has ni chiliivmml-HK: fir tional and domestic trade. The spca' ker was listened, to" for over an hour and a half -with "undivided' attention by an audience of .300 young men to that the -exports of coin and weathered the'recent depression much better than Germany or the. United Lloyd George, president of the Uri KSU I.J) VI t> tish Iloard 01 Trade, ..shaking rc- bulhon practically tbe same. Much I _ has boen said of adverse balances trade. Would wi.so men have 1 whom the able dcsquisition was an. England was liusioaing to decay i c- r of the general depression said that only could be detected in British trade. The sjHiaker then proceeded to por intellectiial cau.su her "imports exceeded her ex- miciieciiuii iuist. j i ,tray the condition of British'indus- Thc .speaker in his inexorable or-, ports. The nation jthat had the great j socjai condition of the raignment of the sophistries of pro-' so-called balance of .trade the'time of the rexnl of tcctionists his subject' the protectionist point of" view was j c with a moKtcrly hand. lie called Haly, yet that was a .countjry of ex- j protection to the bar of authority, treme. misery and squalor of- thc mid- to the bar of theory and to thc bar of facts, closing with the'telling in- the board lower class. Thc experts of 5 said there were bread riots dictmcnt that protection was essen- tially class unjust distribution from thc poor and making poorer, 'ami giving to the -rich and making them richer. ed out the speaker closing -per- oration was a liind of high protection but a land of and serfs, a lahd of banks for the, rich few. had of trade of Great Britain conducted an inquiry into the iss legislation and caused an [international' trade of Great Britain j istribution of wealth-taking'a few yenrs-ngo. The total trade! Jin every city and rig burnings in cv- constable, Mr. Cook, called to see how .things were going. The wife spoke through the front door, saying it nailed up, .but to come around' to the back. There the constable had to remain for ten minutes m the cold Most People can earn Money; but tnauy fail to place U wLoro it is both safe and profitable j ANC1IOK YOUR SAVINGS TO MOTHER EARTH North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks from School, each down and a month. Get some while they last as "huby was just getting up had -to dress slowly." Thinking, ,the man ill, constable made -haste to enter and the the f UHHUinn': Foot Ctfics Block Phone H m Daily Herald Market Place When VOM have to sdl or to reit place it ii ibis coluni. If you wait aitytiiaf use this 25c oac i insert ioH5 for SI house, and; found the man fully dres- sed in the middle of the" kitchen floor, yawning and muttering about b-in awakened. -The 'time -was 1.05 p.m. sickr" t'u- constable1. no." was the reply with u "I've just been asleep. I'm "Oil, yawn. tired." "JtJfH'n nrfieep long. .Many for some time. Hut want a saw sent up to the house. My cry corner, protection was the blight nerves are no good and my wife and the source of-crime an awful row shi1-chops the! j Continuing', he quoted The constable drew :i (k-t-p breath, i Continuing1., he quoted ihe constable drew :i dot-p IB stood at seven hundred and eighty i ,k. A. -i tl fs 1 who visited England vin 18-17 and and then aakecl the sleeping beauty" S million pounds sterling. The s I -i i i i S ,t 'ni-Lanoushire lound the countrv' outside. Ill show yon who needs fa ti oi "the experts mdrcatedr that three f r- -j -m fs depopulated. Today the same re- a 3ftwr- Cotnc outside! The "Beau- S FOR SALE g{ __ ii g IN THE VILLAGE OF STIRLING, 1-2 acres of comprising Lota 1 Si I'and 2, Biock 21, fcncv'd, and good res- idence 30 x 30, painted and well fur- nished ail through; stable for 8 tif hordes; workshop; vegetable pit full of vepetrtbit's; pood-chicken coop and bunch of good chickens; and stack of hav.. Must bi: sold in ihirtv FOR SALE A "SOLO" VIOLIN, used by pro- J. lessor for.1C 'years. Sale price 540. f Apply Jibchon's Candy Kitchen. G36 'FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED -HOUSE, good location. Small payment down, bal- ance easy. A ply" Geo. Call SI, 500 CASH No Incumberahciss Thos. M. Stirling, Aita. WANTED Good'dining room girl at once for the Cowley Hotel, Co'wlcy': 03 G GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs. G. L. Vrooman, corner oi Bompas ami Bartlett Sts. hundred millions rcpresentetl npprox- imatply tlie exports of thc nation and 'three hundred millions were-the rcniaiiiiiift one hundred -nnd nnd only alms boxes 'for' the 'people.! to be Ar, the conclusion .of his speech a1 N'inety millions represented the rev- vote of thanks Aviis hnartilv accorded cnue from English-shipping and :._ vote of thanks was Dr. Clark. hy outlining thc gion supports "peo- Iple within ;i radius t> of 10 and operate .the greatest-iron cotton mills in, the -world. In looms had to the cotton factories Jist.ycar. .The crowning glory of free trade' pocket." importance of the subject: as, one oi international moment and concern. On -the question of tariff the tSvo po- litical parties in ".Camilla held- oppo- site views. With respect to 'the Con-! protection party he "cited the atti tmle of liorden as m onue From English.-'shipping and ty mjllibns more represented the .i.n- tcrest on English capital .invested :in I 'in England was w bad done for; loreign countries, j k I shipping. Totiav CJreat Britain and The United StitUs was referred to j Irclaml moro ships by the fdemls of protection as a su-. rhlin roc, MrM nnt tn_] prenia example.'of the success of the ty" declined with a" yawn. i The other men are not so bad but one is peculiar. sent out for charity, and then hustled for j '.'money" to buy medicine. He re-1 fused medicine itself, and said he j wanted .to have "money to jingle in Tlu CONNOISSEUR thiifc Knov.-s tlie hoer. ''A man said. feels fret-r with nionev svstcm. It than thc rest of- the world put to- i gethi-r. Protect-on :hhd banished ;Am lericnti shipping from the The' i-Untc that the- United States enjoyed ftnd tola u-onderful period oC..devclopment tl, rtn of r'.ii fivvonible contii'isL tij ;iuy u[ the ici- on the-uiar--- kct. It. has the'fru'e ixJivnr-' of thf1 ninlt and tliat (ii lu'ikps it a aootiier na y nsnu inviuronit'.r. Forilicf HJ homo Lethbridge beer is n. refreshing bcvenige. 11 PROFESSIONAL FOUND Kiddle A PL'AIN GOLD BAND RING, with raised initials. Owner can have same by proving property and paying .the of this advertisement.; Ap- ply Herald Office. 606 CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGili "Physician, Surgeon Accoiicher rMlict: yi-l Rwlpath St. 'Phone Sii 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m WANTED WANTED ;v IMMEDIATELY A waitress. Apply Windsor Hotel. 1 .-i 'J- DRS. McCLURE St Sur- geon Dentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. tr 12 p.m. to 5p.ni. HAVELOCK LICENSE BY-LAW Havelock, Ont., Feb. vote LtTHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. HI- ii driven on a by-law to '.raise -hotel, from tht- ocean, whos? veins was House of Commons in 1.902 when he j and was not apparently hurt ..by the declared for a tariff like a Chinese i grant excess of imports over imports wall, or as" the Canadian Jfanufactur _ Owing; to her vast natural resources! of roimncrcc afford such despoilment.! Thfi Lusitailia in tho iron trade in the and the nation in from lo by'____ ._. a majority of 93, only 55 votes being ikings had driven from seas ers' Association would have had it, she could as high .is Hainan's gallows. The The experts position of tho Liberal was succinct-; United', Slates-have stated' that ly stated in. the platform adopted at: seventy1 years the iron mines in the the provincial convention of that par States will be exhausted. The drain j thfi ty in Culijary in October, export? was accounted for by the changes in the tariff should beVeduc- vast' sums of British capital -invest- tions. 1 j cil. The Duke of Rutland was head of the Texas Land owned polled against the proiwsal The by-- U? goes into force on -tfay hotels are affected and the the concrete an- "1V proprio-; .i ir i -.tors declare thev-will get out of .swor that Jfree trade was ruining c in ness. British trade and The Ilritish.ilag still hyltl tlhJ primacy of! EV1P RXC fc OF AUTHOKITY Thc authorities on trade and tariff 'acres. The Suth- weiv .unanimously in favor wns hond ?f.a'ltjther company "exploited the free trade in their writings. aiust the igreat nojucs of Rmith in Scotland. Hastrat in Trance, liuskin. Spencer, Peel, i Husssll, TJrighl, Cobden, and- Gla.d-1 stone in Hngland, and Henry .George in America there were riojic the lists for protection. There were no' authonties on the side! j myrkcls cost _ i. -_ _ .'000-acres'in-Mississippi.'; not for the j'benefit" of the United States, but for I thc benefit of Knsrlishmen. crmany had a mania for striving nn excess outbound trade. The manifacturers went so far to .'dump their wo re's on foreign thus MAY SELECT MR. PRESTON It was often hdil up in favor of prottTction that it .was the "of high ]oca] Hn _ _. _ Toronto, Feb. "'name of T. M.P.P., for Brant, is tion, except-a few unknown profsss- ors 'in ..sonic American 'Colleges and T.corge K. THEORETICAL BASTS atu! ubsolii'te basis of trade7" desire of men or na- tions to buy in thc cheapest and seU in the doarest market of the worltf and so .oxchanore their.-surplus pi'Odue tions. Its ethical basis was the .greatest good to It -went.even further than the greatest good to thc 'groatost. ntnnbor.'. The- greiitost. good to nil.' mis-nit the greatest good to the consumers. AH individual was a consumer .of- 100'things to one that produced. Protection in ishing their _ own resources ;and in- the- cost to 'the consuiners nt 'home. Dr. Clark citctl thc in- stance of steel bullets.- "A few years ago Germany .-.began to dump steel bullets in to Kngln'iid. Hugh i- .Bell, a great shipbuilder, and a the .cheap bullets in the manufacture of steamships which were resold -to Germany again. Knglish manniKCtur ers could stand Ihut. ns long as Ger- mans could .do. I5RFOHK THE HAII OF "FACTS Protection could not create wealth That was the result.of labor. The raw cnrtl; and man with his two thands jwns tlu> only agency in the were absolutely ruled' by tl law of supply and demand. Wages .were higher-in 'America because there] were, fewer people. The labor sxipply was. less than in England. The pop- ulation of the 'Unitecl States was 21. to thft square mile, while.in England t was 558 to the square mite. This actor alone was. responsible for the i (Terence in the A fftirer >njpa.rison was to lake EnglamL Germany. Tn Berlin the j circles as a probable member of the commission to be "appointed by the Dominion government to consider the question of technical nnd industrial education mo a trial when yon Uuy your next ]niir of si I carry u Full stock oC- of all ilusyriptious at price? REPAfR-S GERMAN Next Ber.tley Co. HAM1LTON YOUNG- Engineers and Surveyors Lethbridge. C.F.P.Conybeare, K-c-. D.C.L., B. Morion Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Solicitors, Etc. Ofiice: Gonybeare Block. Lethbridge, AJta. 22-lvr. FOR SALE TWO LOTS, on Grabb street facing east, water -and sewer, just south of. Mr. Hosolton's residence, each. Apply Manager Hudson Bay Co. 65-2 TO LET STABL15 for 'three -or four horses. also room for liay, or could be used for general storage. Apply Mannger Hudson Bay Co. 65-2 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS 9 J SrlOE REPAIRING A KNOCKER Occasionally one will hear the re- mark; "I wish I were out of this j feels like s'av- ompared wtth 42 in Lon- on, >nd 36 shiilings in the English rovinces. The chief indictment against pro- ectioti was that it affects an'unjust and then ing "I wish you for a man who .stands on the street Corners, chewing and spitting, telling obscene 'stories, cursing the town, .finds fault with his grandmother bticause she was a. woman, claiming that tho merchants are "a bunch of thieves, J. R. van HfifirloTn, Road, noxt corner Helen's Street and i in back yard. Repairing of fine iioots j rind workmen's Sowing by W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Southard Block, Miun-y to I.ciid on Town and Farm Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer Prpsbj'terian Church Olllcf Phone 102. Residence 13G. hond if required. P.igh't prices. Or- promptly to. SILENT es G F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room S Whitney Block. Toronto.. Ont.. K.b. mon.stor listributioii of we-.ilth. It establish- thc ]awyers ami newspaper men from t world to .a.commercial system .under which he rich bocotne richer and poor poorer. Hnssia' xvns an exftniplc'' of extreme .an'r! effects of n protective fiscal system. __It was a land oi. Grand Dukes at one polo of and jwnsant serfs at the 'oth- er. As you went to the bank's of St. Petersburg thc most familiar MUSiC MISS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Stratford Dawson, of Mont-j Coal mining rights of tne-.Dominion, in Manitoba. -Saskatchewan, Alberta, tlie Yukon Teiritory, tho' Norih-Wost Territories and British Colutrniia, mny be leased for a -term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than 2.5GO acros will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- I gnl subdivisions of sections, and in 38-0 the tract nppli- -----led for shall be staked out. 1 Each application must be accom- panicd by a foe of which will be the rights applied for an; but not otherwise. A would skin a man to the. finish, and a whole lot more, is a nuisance and an abomination. Any town presents wl with one or such worthies would bo justified in t-xereisinjr cow- hide authority on tin1 bosom of their pan is. No one is obliged to live where he is not suitvd. If one has! Ontario branch the Dominion Alliance today asked B Iimilod mimbcr oi stu- royalty shall be paid on the me.r- Premiur "Whitney for ropeal of tin; for three-fiftlis claiise nnd banishisvnt of bnrs fro'n tho ney with toikipemncr ohiusc but uiado no de- finik1 as to tho re of! Piano Study. (Paderewski's lonelier) .method used. Terms moderate. Adrcss 8JO Ford St. clau.se. .Ho not an word for thc bas- of llis create wpalth. made latf-r. Are you taking advantage of onr great sacrifice sale? All wo are figuring on is rhe raising of so nuich money by thc 1st of March. It's your time to buy House Furniihings. ONLY THREE DAYS MORE The Turpin Furniture Co. Redpath Street Mstm siRht. was the alms boxes for the j iness enterprise and institutions of 'I100r- j the town, he nhould and go The free trade propaganda was not things don't suit him., let dead in said the speaker, wclvre they and gave the instance of Lord Cro-, fina: in a tmvn'is an enter- nrier, thi- great Imperial at the linionist Freo Trade Club -in Glasgow last Becemlwr where he con-j to tended that free trade should con-j" 'Xi tip.uc to be thc basis of Knglatltt's fiscal policy. prise-killer ovory'tiriH-. It would pay t'own to'donate him 55 and toll Carpet Beating andjl Cleaning Co, il i StovcPtpes also Cleaned tad Pfisti! brd lsmiJISt.il Phone 106 Don't ever place n five-line adver- tisement in a paper once, and then claim, that you have tested the me- dium. Remember the Indian ivho tested the feather bed idea by placing one feather upon a plank and lying upon it all night. He reasoned that 5i one feather made him so lame and sore in'.the. mpFiiing, what a' :wrioie mattress' iiiil of them lo all of thft cily for f.v 85 por ton. Cnsh must accompany Of all kinds done; on short notice. Ask Cor our prices ho- c leaving onlerc elsewhere S TiiUffll C9. Qtfics cpposite Ofl5ceS3 Subtes 42 the Hail; Herald tails to react JOB. We will to! sitt tte te- I rhanuble output of the mine at tht j rate of per ton. Kvory of coal mining rights which .ire not being operated shall "'1on- i tuvniah the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to i that effect at least once in each year. i .The sfili include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may- be permitted to purchase whatever available surface right? may.be con- sidered necessary for the working of X j the mine at the rate of an acre. j For full information application {should be mnde to ibe. Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not ba paid for. [risking complaint j IIKHAU) iSULTS, Thii executive of the Methodist- mission board meeting at Toronto de- cided to continue the plan in opera- tion during the past year of paying student preachers a week for twenty weeks' work in the Northwest, also paying expenses. ;