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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE XETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ;.__ CSTABL.I8H CO O EO E M 1OOT- PcbKifced by tfce Lethbridge Herald Publishing; Co.; LML, every lawfil at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A, BUOHANAlN, MANAGING AKD EDITOI PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Reportortil, tnf News Dept, 1224 -Advertising Circulation and Job. Deptr 1252 DAILY fUBtCRIPTION months, monthi, delivered 1 month, delivered.......S5c 1 rear, by'mall C mouths, by 8 by null Addresses chanced as u but both and alt addresses muit WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more and i suinmwjs of the news of the local and dUtrlcL l in advance j t monthi, la C monthJ, In ....7fa THE DAILY HERALD Utfe Red Dnif t Book Store, J. O. Roben- t Co., Johnitoa it Jack' AUxanora Hotel. Dnif Store. Touox Co, H. W. Hneher U. J. D. L. Tafcer Broa, Car Alberta Drug ft t. Percy BeeJ. FOR BALK AT Cranbrook, I, O. L. Grawy Dr. Diamond Dr. Drus Store, MedJcFne L. M. Northern Vancouver, World Wide News Co. Mlnneapolia Broirn 4 Bruva 219 4th St. Alto on all C. P. R. THE NIW TRADE ARRANGEMENTS SURVEY, of the recip- looal trade arrangement with made by and Patenon, of the leacs to the a thai the Western Provinces tfce Docxinioa banefit probably more section or the country. hat now a market with- ia the United States IDT JU uinat, oats and. barley. tke farmer of. 'Western C This ktt beea deoandiac. Statistics show thai She flatted has been rapid- ly teaching the point where the pro- diwtlca of grain for export is on the >wane, and oonseqnently there is not fear of competition on this side of tha line from American grain.. On the other hand, the Western Provinpes are 'given an easily 'accessible market for their protracts. From the standpoint of .the consum- er in "vTestem Canada the removal of the ciiij ou: lca, fruit and dairy products ought 10 assist materially in. the reduction of che cost of living. The tiury on these food-stuifs in tha past has made them expensive to the- West- ern Canada housewife, the produce of the country was not sufficient to meet 'but the tariff had put Canada Jn an isolated position, even In competition with American coke in the border States. The .slight decrease in the duty on, coal by Canada, -will not af- fect the Western .Canada operator in the least, but may reduce the price of coal. in Eastern Canada, where the Pennsylvania and Virginia coal 'Will have a freer footing. the. arrangement should satisfactory to all sections of Can- ada. The putting of our natural pro- ducts on the free 'list should materially reduce the cost of living in both coun- tries and any move irith that end in vienr is bound-to be endorsed by the great mass of the people.. There will be more or less satisfaction also that Canada's industrial world is not ser- iously, if the under- standing reached between the two countries. --The latter'fact will be ox- tremaly satisfactory to Eastern. Can- ada where the prosperity and devel- opment of..the country depends to a more'or less great extent on the pros- perity of the manufacturer. It will be particularly cheering to those who have feared" that pulp would be put on the free this interfere with our ambition, to conserve our re- sources, thet no reduction of this char- acter has been made, although it was Iccal demands, and we had'to import strongly' urged' by the American -ne- Irom Washington and Oregon, paying gotiators, who, "realizing the rapid de- tfce duty ia addition. Under the tariff pletioa of their forests, -were anxious to _ have free access to Canadian pulp, ilr. 'Fielding, and by the way this arrangement there should be a. mater- ial drop in the prices of vegetables, fruit. and "dairy products. Qua feature of the arrangement not as cheering to the "West as some of the other ieetnres, is the very slight reduction of the duty on. Agricultural implements, but There the farmer loses in this respect hs Trill gain by reason of the fact that his grain has Jbree access to a large market. How- putting agricultural implements OB the free Est, would hive been of grstt benefit to Western Canada, and greatiy offset in its advin- iagae any effect it might have had on Btstarn Canada manufacturers. It is to be hoped the government will-see the for the removal of the euty entirely in toe nsar future. Tha reraovsi sively agricultural community and thereby antagonizing tho industrial- ism of the East shoald this para- Plilet, not only for the industries that the West but ulsc for those that it has. Coal and natural gas mark out vast .areas In the West for excellent iudustrial locations The mind of the Westerner is highly, flex- ible, turning with ease 10 anything that offers a prospect of a profitable return. His needs, for his'ovm con- sumption, are probably moro varied than those of any fanner has pre-j ceded htm; and he- is determined, as' rar as possible, to have them satis-- lied in his own. town and his own pro vince. His territory will never rural, as we of the 'East conceive the rural, a land of profounMsimpli city, few wants and home-made sup- plies. In an economic sense, it ;s; more like a large city rolled out thin j anil spread over a huge area, but link ed up by the telephone aud many .rail- j ways and high-class level roads. .The rive hundred inhabitants and tribn-i taries of Parkland are', probably scat- 1 tered over an area the size of the 5s- land of .Montreal; but they all. want' tnat laundry, and they1 would patron- 1 ize !t. This year they, will be ing about. bushels ofV grain, "sc i there is no doubt, ajsout their aoiiityi to pay for the washing! 76 x 142 1-2 corner lots 23-24-25, block 4, Duff Addition Easy terms t x 48 x 125 on Dufferih, splendid building site. Easy terms 50 x 125 on London Road in block 128. Easy terms 51x125 ft corner London Road and with modem small house and workshop, Easy terms 4 room house on Torrance Avenue, close in, on 40x125 ft lot. Snap handles Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block acLeod Co. Phone 1212 i a Benefits of Trip (Great Falls .Tribune.) The business men'of .Letlibridge, to the number of 75 or more, will be visi-J tors in Great next Friday.. is a pleasant and that! inspires their trip to this .vcity, and' tne Great Falls-business men are pre- paring a programme of warni welcome to the Canadian The com- mittee on reception would' be glad if the business houses on the... raaiu streets would decorate their show win- dows In honor of the visitors. There is perhaps hardly time to make a good snowing in this respect, but we. have no "doubt something might "be done in tnat line. The rest of the plans of the l 'f Without Interest and Without faxes Price to PFR TOT I LJTi LU1 For full information, call or address Phone 1291 t0 the UP the time his father spent at 0at all his ready money and! Biarritz and cruising in the Mediter- Classical to the point where he had to sell out occry business. one thing essential, to a cul- One following the placing tured lawer a thorough knowledse' or his last ten-doJlar note as the o committee on reception involve show-! as was tne young lawyer dls- jiuLtf as lue ma- La m, it is not necessary that he. ror advised, he caught Banks lr- snould parade his clasicai arm-and said, tragically- ior he might be "taken down a pej s j. or four weeks during .the early spring m the castle of Dublin; the Important part or this con- "on from, the standpoint si Leth and of Canada as a whole; is the fact that in Great Britain there is at inexhaustible bank from which to they can only get properly in, touch with it. Tho British people uraiiy want to Invezt their money and although they are very careful, are ready to put their money into any en- terprise that looks safe and profitable the many much the himself, but will business here, Sot the confidence of the British m- veators, Lethbrldgo can provide just as good..opportunities lor investment as Calgary can. There Is no necessity to steal the money in order to bring it A3l that Ciid-t is necessary is to show the Britishers Who have the monoy that there arc ex-1 ceJlent opportunities here for safe and! profitable Investment. The question now best to do It. ITor Hundred Dollars Worth of Staunton's Wall Paper "How can we dp this in Twenty Days? Just come and sec us throw our re- maining Wall Pa- per Stocks of 1910 from the nearest csit. You may catch some on the fly. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Dispenser. Picture Framcr. PHONE 555 ing the visitors what we have to' make a city here, entertaining them at lunch and a theatre party in the evening. -But the mam portion, of. our wel- come should consist in-a" 'general ef- tort on the part of everyone to make it evident that we appreciate the friendly motives that have, induced the visit, and the advantages to both cities that will accrue from a closer commercial intercourse between 'the two cities. The new reciprocity treaty now ia course of making at Washing- ton Is certain to stimulate the Inter- change of products between- the .two countries, if it is ratfied, as we have no doubt it vrlll be, by the new senate alter March 4, if not by the present one. There is soiae douht whether it will be completed before the expira- tion of the term of the present senate, and it would not be strange if those who are making the treaty might be purposely delaying'the same till after -March 4 next The new senate will contain a great many more democrats and insurgent republicans than the present one, and by that much it will he more favorable to a liberal reci- procity treaty with Canada. With such liberal reciprocity treaty Between the two countries, the trade actween them is sure to be greatly stimulated. So far as Great Falls and tne state of Montana Is concerned we nave no fear of any injury to our commercial or agricultural interests rrom a free interchange of products Between the two countries, and we nave great hope of benefit from such free Interchange of .products. So far as state Is concerned it needs no -tariff protection against Canadian pro- ducts, and we fully believe that on a j referendum vote or all its votera n j large mapority of them would endorse j that sentiment. his learning before an Arkan- sas jury. His opponent replied: "Gen tiemen of the jury, the young lawyer who just Addressed you has roamed with Romulus, canted with Cantha- ricles, ripped with Euripides, socked "-Major, you've made me lose my last cent. Fro a pauper, and my wife and family are practically starving. I am now about to go down to the river .and drown "All answered Banks, "but1 in the event you change your mind, the laws of j Spoiled :n the Making Behold, when a man on a trolley car removed his hat the other day little! Willie observed that he was I think I'll have something jcod for you." FAME'S PATHWAY Arthur Brisbane, editor of the New yes, very bald, for not a single hirsute -ork Journal, is -55 years old. Hef rambler trailed over his shining pate. Was But when it came to whiskers, the PaPer party was right there with tbe lilacs.! He had whiskers in bundles, whiskers' r.taclrs; In fact, he had enough! wniskers to start a rat factory and} 's a sreat music lover. His favorite -XIr- Balfour, the English statesman, If reports from authoritative Euro- pean sources are to be trusted, Prin- cess Xer.ia, daughter of the King of .Montenegro, has healed tha wound in- tlicted'oa the his Imperial Highness the Duke o" Abruzzi by Miss K-atherlne Elklns. daughter of the: sea Its ail over for ator of that name, who. died recently m Washington. It is .now said that the formal announcement of the en- gagement of the the Prin- cess may be looked for shortly. The young woman fs beautiful, high spir- ited, and possessed of much, charm. b'he was educated at the Russian court Is highly accomplished, and has been sought ia marriage by more than one -potentate of Europe. The Princess is i one of the few women who have jilted a king. This-she did in. 1899. when she abruptly broke the engagement that existed between her and King Alexander of Servla. Buffalo, and beran news- a reporter on the New make a fortune. "Say, finall xvime, turning to his mother, look at that man there." "Hush, returned "he will hear ;ou. What'3 the matter, with "Everything is the matter with replied the "youngster." "When the! angels made him they put his head on upside down." He Postponed the Wedding Two Scotchmen met and exchanged the small talk appropriate to the hour. As they were parting to go supper- ward, Sandy said to Jock: "Jock, mon, I'll go ye a roond on the linkg in the morn'." "The Jock repeatedly, doubt composers are Schumann, Brahma y remarked! mndel- ijacl1. a long interval lother, "just He nosseses a fine collec- tion of Handel's works. T.he Handel society, indeed, was founded on mtiatkve, the members having their meeting at his home 20 years ago "Aye. mon. The mornV' said Sandv. "I'll go ye a roond on the links in the Ureat men. appsrcnly cast thfjr "not only before, but behind judging from the records of thoii sons at the Harvard law school. neiius W. Wickersham. son of the at- was graduatad Jrst year cura laude, after having served PS v. sociate editor of the Harvard Lav the best law monthly in Mie count 17, for years. As If to nium- f.Un the republican succession vo of- nce. the election of Charles Evans Muprtcs, jr., of the second year class to the Revlow, has been announc2d. Since the discovery of the great de- posits, nitrate valued at lias been mined in Chile, as compared with that country's production of in gold, and in silver. j morn'.'' the moi cols 4ppert, a French scientist, dis- d that food could he preserved cooking it in tin cans and then gov- sealing the cans. The French ernment gave him and the Has since. I To get Into closer touch with the j people of Ireland and to show them j the people of England and Scotland, j King George is said to be considering i spending some time every year In Ire-. land's capital. The King has been dis- j cussing with his political advisers, up When Major Banks was the best- _.. Known figarc around the race tracks; the memaer o! the Liberals, and Mr.i of Cincinnati and the middle west Boirour, as leader of the Opposition.! was extremely generous in tipping off j the advisability of abolishing the Irish1 His to "sure winners." Onei vicerovaity. lit the plan with! tifc ELECTRICAL Generatori, Etc. not equip your m'icbines with separate motor drives? Are von aware o[ the fact that you could drive your ma- chines in this way with con- siderable horse power than is now required by means of steam power plant, shafting, pulleys, etc? This means a saving in dollars and cents lo you'. -Estimates cheerfully submitted on appli- cation. TUC OTTTAOT MACHINERY w r I. w 11 II t fDt enjoyed his confidence- arid thcJr approval, King George Is willing', CO. LIMITED 764 Main St. Winnipeg ;