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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRIDGfl. JHE.KALD LOCAL MEN SEE A DECREASE IN PRICES in the (Continued from front charging too much for stuff then did not delfver it as it was ?d. The dealers arc thus forced to to Washington for their Jruit vegetables. On some of these duty- was prohibitive. Mr. (Joud (jiiot ed an instance.- At present. he cannot get a car of potatoes in British Col- umbia. are plenty at Spokane but the duty of 2-3 a ton mart's them cost, too much. More on thu nraifies will hoiefu by ihe riutr p removed than -wiH .suilei" in R. C. II tJie growers of thai pvovincp niake an e.lort they can. the on equal footing ntth tin- crs across ilw line. The whole result REMOVAL OF DUTY MAY PUT WHEAT UP (Continued from front ton removed a profitable market would opened up in the agaiust consummation oi the agree- ment. Views a't 'Winnipeg Winnipeg, Jftii. the slight Knowledge of the reciprocity announce mem available tonight 'the business men of Winnipeg are not Inclined to the matter very freely. Toe meat packers ae represemed by ud J- CJordon de- dare Is danger of cattle austipod luto Canada. The Treaty Will Be Popular Of the proposed reciprocity arronse- sa-v llme Uie ou wins ihe C-lobe this editor- wiu not says: "Tim the proposed agrae- J- u au extensive luin- jaiiy meut will be distinctly popular in the i.'OHiitHon is certain, and if ihe of the people of tho United States tor. :i wider source oC wood supply a genuine one. it should he popular there. Whether or tuit ilte agreement iC ratified by C-j It win etatiri as a mosl eonvincinR proof 01 the desire of the govaruniems of the two countries to the days of ber operator and contractor, say; Canada will benefit in inv Ion4; ran by ihe removal ot the on lumber and pulp. j. Guest, of the Winnipeg Knh LO., suys tne of free ush will benefit the United .States and do no good to C-anud- itm fishermen. K. F. Mustard., ot the i. t move in the right direction. No Change in Coal Regarding the changes in thr CM! duties, one -authority, who did not .wish to be quoted. until further infnr- jiiation available, said that it ihp .reports to hand arc correct, it -iviH no difference the Alberta tariff wars and. fcring In an era of implement Co., says rcduc- neighborJy consideration. Friendship{ noted on implements is welcome ina-'li'iiee. the hoard I'aierson have shown thar r.ood relR-lof trade, while declining to discuss the 1 V. Vt will be, said Mr. Goon, tnatlhe cost and 5trifJ especially on threshing of living be reduced and that is anrt Messrs_ FleWins and ibidem F. Urewery A rti 1 W f" rVk r t t" ill t _ e i. i _ .1 _ 11 __ i _. ____ mints. The duty on coal going to the tljniled Staws remains at- 45 s ton, -while ihe duty on Am- coining ui is reduced from ton. As American feo -45 J5 In oompetrslon Al- iberta. coal in the Canadian west, ths icitauge EO difference. 'Great Benefit 1o Cattle Raisers 3-L G. SCatbsws, of Macleod, secre- with this Farmers crowd; I offered vhe presidency oi the bank- at the time it was 'fiWes- said a proniiuen: member o; Parliament yesterday afternoon, laying down the Free in which he had reading the despatches lurtuer exposing the rottenness of the l-'armer.? Bank. .He represents an On- tario constituency west of Toronto. tils story throws some Interesting sideltghts 'he methods which were pusiieU by Travers jn floating the "It happened this lie said, "1 was sitting: at homo one Sunday ev- ening when 1 %vas called to the Ions distance telephone to talk to a man Iu Toronto, who said hi? mime was Trav- ers. 1 knew Boh Travers, the manager j of the Bank of .Montreal ai Brockville, A'JLJLUilj" Special Discount Sale OF VALUABLE at JEWELRY are specialists in iifactut'iiiK jewelry and set- tinj? diamonds. Have your wim-h properly repaired at Roseborough's, ROYAL BANK BUILDING REDPATH ST. "Jt is too early TO pronounce the Mrgatu .in all its details., fltii it can.be said that many oi the conces- sions made oh behalf of win de to our producers. On tat.6 point the country- will be heard from as soon as the scheme digest- ed. While the dsiails avrait examination, the seneral principle is so clear that it cannot escape notice. The bargain, as President Taft points out, is conducive to the interests of the Vniwd-States, iu thai it sivea tflat country access to our natural re- sources and a larger market in the Dominion. If Is also -calculated to commend itself to our neighbors be- cause it makes z British-Canadian preferential system impossible. Canada receiving free of duty the ag- ricultural products of the United states, .Britain could not give us a tariff preference tvithout also siring a preference gratuitously 10 the coun- try tvhich rigorously excludes her manufactures." Blow to Canadian Millers at once, while ihe gard- eners north of the line cialiu they! snouid have pruteciion oa account tfle of fuel and scsroty and poor quality of the help available. Tne .Maei'herson Krult Co., repre- .that the sentence of six years passed upon him was Tar too lizl'il. Sentence Far Too Short "And Denison sent in groat KiiirJ. Tiilfi will the one' event the season for wLlcU' noi Deen issued and will he in wense H "citizens' hall." For every truly i.eihyridjje bfvjster he glad of ihp of helping tile hockey boys ;nif! at tue same a jolly evening an their Kochon Hros. will he the and an unusuidly apjjetir.lnx has been promised. Neeiiham'j Hoii.jorejiesji-a has been engaged aim popular mairoiiB han? .con- i 1 thonsiu it was a man wnh the reputation Ihitt TIMV- Offered the Presidency ers 8tems ,o havc was ..bjp rravers loid me that he was start-} to hank another bank, asked me is lint for the past two weeks lias seuteri to as paironegses: uivwes .McCullouxh. .Uowneri Arnoui. Adams. Tilley, Goode, Couy- beare CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Tomorrow afternoon ihr Aid of the Galr hospital will meet with .Mrs. Mewhuni at l o'clock. This seuted by K. R. Scott. ?ays ihe ex-! tension of the free list to include more j iruits will be welcome in the wesr, and a boon to the trade as wel! as the consuuier. .President A. U. Chisholm, o( the in Medicine liar and retnnu-d to organisation hail on .Monday evening, Uth. Tin; jiatronesses are .Mesdamej; Douglass con-nnttpe oi I ho Cluli meet rhe V. .M. C. One and Barclay. Misses Siinm. Murray -Ne-n v-eejIr. lU -was inclined to thbi, speaiing iaad, that tie' result, as dratt and -work horses, vrill "tje -.the reverse .to viiat, it -will be cattle- Howell Harris' just better thing for the stockmen of ost coukl not happen, said Man- Howell Uarr.s, oi the C-onrad 1. the ager ,-CiroIe Cattle Co- The throwing .of the TJntt-ed States market to C-an- tda Trill increase the oi cattle For the past rwo years, I vice-President Morrison of the ExchaBge declared that he did- n'1 taink the treatr would pass Con- upon that point. i oo Swift for Comfort I re-j01 hours before it got on again, and mine .differed i Thf easi and west-bound locals werr i hoih -delayed mitil. nearly IT k., one rttnner ihe hostess her gitcsts will! A very. attend the H. Kuthven concert at the .Majestic theatre. on each siil? ni the derailed str.n, left Cecil Cowor, of Hudson's "f. iii Lutberan hi.''.'l moeiin? of .-.id cfu- j. M yesterduy on trip; The treasurer reuoru'ri :i next raorniug.J- was seated at -The C.P.K. :chartcred the Alexandra east bearing ihe hearty good wishes i amount gress. If it did he said it might ad-1 freakiast. when a man called to seej atito-iuis and scnc it down to vance Winnipeg pulp sitaauon. esprese the opinion that the proposed reciprocity be a Terj one-sided, arrangement the Cnitecl States had very little in the line named to offer to Canada, I A- c- Kuttan, of the James CHrruth- to sign. -ihe a ceuts cue. He said that he represented Tra-i west-hound train to bring in lhe Leth and. decrease .Minneapolis a like vers. and he had brought .1 bank sub-; bridge passengers ahoard her. amount. 'i scrlp'Jon list and other papers for met The engine "pulling the west-hound aud especially to Ontario. Tne ireatv is not. ho-a-ever. bindins 1 ers Co., LS of the opinion that tue re- PJOVsI Ebe diu-v y jove. these people are swift, thc treasury :-nt! ihis of everyone wno knows him. Mr. j most fora sreat deal of Uovrer goes to bs married. The bride-1 cliarlty lias heen extended by the to-be is .Miss Belie McKay, for two'society .so far this winter. The next years at the Bay. and well known in will Ije held at the tne Misses CJiineJcrson, Kedpath t I, and as a market through my io Ontario with resp-cfc to Qelnmen; Co lands." centre. j prtse to ihe Andrew Kelly, of the! WQ'Ch he hart Canada Flour Mills, says j asset! him the du'v on wheat nwisi be taken tfae or the duty for raw He told roe that as it had ncnr announced. Hr Catena! without on the finlsbrd J the night befor cut on W. IX -Mattiie-ars says that the aaian Tuiilers tad been afraki tha; resaried it as a blow to tae Canadian industry, it Tvould have the effect preventing its aerelopment ;-.ad groTTth, There -would of course be che compensation to the grow- ing Interests of: ereiter competition j American Railroads Will a mis- product and by-products tase. He says that the It vras uncaiiDr- Flyer went out of commission place on I ucsday nt .Miss .McKay's nome, Dull" farm. Aliernetliv, if; tureen nzht and Twelve members of the Parish AIIT- plan and arrange for the teas is com- jioeed 01 .Mescirunes Morgan. Boyd. I with me. I didn't like that urgency at I The regular engine, as yesterday's flerahl ofl road be hurl as will other "1 asked him T.-hen Travers had left] U'acis ir. the Cardston on ?ore tea ian railways by the freight war the Bank of Montreal, and he replied j ncsthy n pames played at two tables be- win result. j taai Travers was never in that ba: i and told me who he was. 'Then ana.another A. R. l.ijavor was awarded J. 0. Wilson. to be sent out yestordav and Mrs. .UeO'iiHousrh wag lo bring train in. The change in! 'viln a d-ainty gift. A dozen time and the pretty honor! anil Wnoiis. A pantry sale will be held very ?oon at one "cf meniber's homes and the members of this committee are I fort William, Jan. Mu.vhy never knew the 1 in sur-l the schedule announced in last even-1 trteruls dronned in'for and spent j Hoy anil Ucpew. During last Canadian Tvhgat, bat k the'development oT the home demandj P'resweat of Board of Trado nnit j ior milling purposes. The reason for. the j lonner mayor, said there is to tfco! in ms tr-ac cne raining interests can. millers -would get z very large j Thai the Amen j on wheat i -izsniensely. ice 1 Tctli probably exist for years. ior milling purposes and grind condition ot affairs proportioa oE the Canadian wheat to its being the best In the world diSerencc ia price ot ffbee'f in Winnipeg acd Caicago raried aJi tne way from a to export. At present the Canadian mills are .Herald T.-rnr into effect toilay "This agent very ar-'.ious .-nfv Ml a{ S if m- to sign .the subscription list rizhl be off. but I said T -u'anted to make some; __ '___________ n i -wirh States grain. salu t'niitd 1 eiujnlrics first. That morning I con-j line? ivm he built: Canada! suited a banker friend of mine. SAYING "S'r IS SO STRAINING. diverting much expTi 10! obtained from him the history of rhej WOMEN W t merry iiour chatting with the host- ess' flelighU'it! guest of honor. presided at the attractively (ippo'intetl tea table, over T.-hich a i soft glow was shed from pale green i shfirted candies held silver sticks. the ladies of the auxiliary won a refutation for providing and ItMicheons Tor various larjre events ami the members have to ron- tinue catering ihi5 year even on a larger scale and will n Travers. It was such as to t-r i i running full and "K-ith a. contin MOT dollar, a head. anoula, Mnce Q. t said, "the price the year j CQ bave ha4 a brjgbt f Toynd, oas averaesd ac least Sib" per _ 1 :A _, in Montrasl j ftesti higner in Cmcaco tnan. in W's-J j >lontrealr Jan. surprise! i is -evident ousiness men! inartet nas been prac-1 t mis evening at the jar reaching scope me decide to hare nothing--to do Sibilant Sound of Nineteenth j nim. i in Alphabet Makes Threats .11 d n "nic? cair.- VililwUik vLUD U see me. altnoush 1 WIIK ar. Uioj york-f Jan ,.-onr..rs owset that I did not wane shares ir.j yroressioaa! Leasu" a Ne-.v NEW PPEQIMNT1 "iS banlr- Fiaallr- l hart t0 "I CIet-' or has ntTf i i fc him- if all tne "sv in the zlad to cater To MAKE "T A'cluster of pink carnations lentpor any cilib or additional beauty to the hoard. event. Mrs. (J. K. Hotson if chairman of the catering .coviiinit.tee and K very body is goinjr to the -hockey j siatlly jrlve any tnforroation required. on. .Monday eveninp and the I Alter the husinepR yesterday "soys" are making every cfforr. r.njAJrs. served JnviUne their first hor> one that, will bo'and deilcious coffee to her quests an4 long remembered. The members oi a pleasant social honr was spenr. Travers" Colossal Nerve the Canadian market. Tha UPHOLDS COOK POLE CLAIM language were "z's" then e.vrv. wo-j WORD FROM SPIRIT WORLD "The next time I saw him he was in; man B tDroa; wpnlfl be a Ed ward hotel in; smootn. round anri Flgnder Nesbift and j It is fhc member ot me which staned to in-j causes a hissing that 'vci'risj who ihcre-j aavoc ralr rhrnai-. This is their- ,-e, said he didj statemenr of the situation: I 20: want to meet me, -TS I had lie'J to "Every ono prononnres the vjc-'-prc.sidcnt. j niro. I immediately related to-my toiler "s" tbe r.risrles of Stead Declares Sir Jolin Franklin] Sent Psychic Messsgr: Saying He Aided the Broklyn Doctor i ian. tep is a good one, he concluded, anrt! prove a great st-irnuius to of cattle in Aibecta. beneficial io the composite resitit prove; I iHUe help either to business men or! 1 to tUe producerp. The fruit men were -I. -Shephprd, H. Mac j Ine circumstances of ars npand belli. F. t'onvfcpare. Gib-j mestne Travcrf, and tolrt thom! llf snri .F. R. Anderson. i no-, r.-hen I enquired into. The or.lv other nomiEaiion for taiion. 1 found i; to be that 1, ot Ks are Msains ic-itor than any mssipatton anrt nes'.ect. D. C., I'unts or i ne sptrif m arctic c.yploraron to taKo 'n hand in tne controversy rag- in? over the discovery of the North; unanimous that L'ooK last year. He did not say anything I'eury. said he person- coiiflucteil nearly ro the and ?nen lett him to cotnpicte 'hi journey himseJr." salri tha; thip uiep.t was in 3 commun- ication from the spirit. Frar.aiin and "nlnr: other a.rcrir. hy a physician. 'Mic spin testimony, hf ?ot. near-r to far they are unanimous Jn j lie pole ttun Minnie of rendered unconscious b? a an elevator shaft. HELP FOR MCKSJHAT AOHE GIN PJLLS Th.m Age is no barrier to the wonderful, heahng of PILLS, the great Canadian EScbc? Cure. We on record inasv letters from aad -women of 60, 70, 75. So and testifyi-.ig to the great relief they received from taking GTX 3Ir. Samuel 3Iaxtin of ctrsthroy. Oat. 5trffered for twenlv jears trith misery ia hit back. Some months ago, he tried'GIN PILLS and after Ukiog oulj three "bans, was entirely cnred. Mr. Msrtla is no-w 85 jcafs cf eujovs the robust health of a vigorous tnaa of thanks to GIX PILLS. AJ1 sldcrt to Cranb-rr "5 a man like. Colonel JTunro, quwt. nn ELEGRAPHIC DOTS iarxper'.nnced z ncan Arth'Jr Srsmley, (j. T. R. engineer. somet siaered ifiat the reduction in rJury, probably help the producer? in rr.e trade genarally, with! ultimate nenefji to consisniers. The miliinz indr.stry of; i.'anada ir, asreed be nit; r9 serereiy. Tt-.o piacir.? of (nut on the- 'Tree list fte much ro arivsn-: ;'.arc or the Canadian consumer and' j I Head of Lakes Cities V'ori Ariaur. .Jan. rar-; i itr arranaomer.t the United States Brockvilir. has had hi? left eye! the result of in a j oxplosion year ago. -loan U'indhurst, a Specie, threw; ro rrrpcir ia fron'. ot a train on.Kamin-! r'a or with" Sidney 4nd Trouble, aad pain and ;as ia the tnst Art cur and William arp In-' a, large nari livcrt ali hi? Hfe OT> the farm in the village of Embro, cor.ri'icting a bariktn? business. s just the of man ooKin? .it to-stay in his little viila.ze til he called Tor, and then dark was arrcatert af .Via-! ae everything: to'rt him by 1 Fail? for the Kort William police.! general majiagcr. Of a con i the tneft of ?SO from hisj nature- H ALVIA will kill ..errns and remore Dandruff io e have received on or moaey back. 50t a Sir .lohn PYanklin Alberts Drup fc Book Co. tnisr- Asthma Catarrh WHOOPING COUGHS Knzinccr 1-Ier "0 a or an c to ;alk? vrith number of other; on Pnrliament. Hill. ;he "bees. PILLS ar? a guaranteed j trade rrom Canada -c the, c 11 n r e ?rt "4; 11- rr- ar JH.f! care for ail these misfortunes. Money prompt! j refaadrf if they fail to cccrplete satisfaction. Celled States -vveiit and tnai bs considgrablv Joss zrcln led in jnro if you as. rhis. i opinion very stronsiy snd i sending a, strong protect to Ottawa1 ;nS NaUcunl Drag and Chemical Co., Dept Toronto. Restorer lor Men I. widely known, and always to hi? fT.scredlt. Travers' record, as told those -fho know nSni. Is thai of ?-j man, from a date long prior to! time he Pt.anet1 the Karm-j prs BanK. His private Hfe sesras to have a? much besmirched a? hi.- nusincss U-Ic. Tac- yeneral opinion Quality Grocery I GUT GOODS IGHT PRICES JCfHT TREATMENT ICTTT TLAC'E TO DEAL THE ABOVE MAY BE HAT) Vanderburgh Teeple Successor! to Craao'cck PHONE 515. Vintr SHERLOCK BLOCK. ;