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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal-unlay, .Tamia'ry 28, 1011. THE HERALD Page 13; THE LETTERS WHICH ARE BASIS OF RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT d a a a" i-ra'tive'until '.lie Tniicii States gov- arc assured thai correspond- be NO DYSPEPSIA OR Investment fact No. 2 The prospectus of Kootenay Gold Mines, Ltd., contains 15 full page illustrations, show- ing the mine and equip- ment in great detail This proposition is not only'.unique in pre- to conservative investors an opportun- 1 iry of owning1 stock in a" prol'it-payino; .in i n e, which is capitalized very reasonably. But it is .also, unique- in the detail ihe features of the pro- pert-y are presented., to the investor in the pros- pectus, both through the illustrations and the definite detailed es- timates of a 1 k u o wn English Correspondence Between Secretary Knox and Fielding and Patterson in Which the Agreement is Made in like manner the1 legislation on tin-1 part of Canada may n nrovi-i siou that i! shall not coim; into rf.J ation until the Rovcrnnicnt of Canadaj-un' arc assured that corresponding les'iii-j latioii has been passed or will be i Ottawa, '.Jan. the text of thft two letters which cun- stitutc the agreement between, the two governments Washington, Jan. 21, 1911. Dear Mr. Secretary Negotiations initiated, by Pr.-ci- dent Taft several.- months Through your communication to Whethcr the provincial Rovc-rnmniis desire to in any v.'ay modify their rc-gnlations with a view to securing the irfc admission of pulp and paper from their into the irarkets of the United States must lie a ques- tion tor the provincial authorities to decide. In the mf-antiroe the present passed by the congress oi the States. Yours faithfully. (Signed) S. FI'Kl.DJN'ft, U'M. PATKUSON. Knot's Ki'ply Tin: Hon. Secretary Vanishes There uof. be a case of Sniii iycstion here 1C readers -who arc to StoiKudi -trouble kuew the virtue'contained in DlapepBiu. This [harmless preparation will digest n 01 heavy meal tlie slightest fuss or and relieve ines ourjct, dink's of puln and paper importer! his i from lint ijiitcri States into Canada excellency betsvmi the United States ami Canada and since carried on di- rectly between representatives oi the governments of -the- countries Is'aVe now, we arc happy to say, reach erl 'a- stagn which gives reasonable As- surance of a conclusion satisfactory to both countries. desire to set forth what understand to he the contemplated ar- rangement and to ask you to confirm it. is agreed that the desired remain. Whenever 'pulp and pa- per 01 the classes already mentioned arc admitted into the United. States free of duty from all parts of Canada', then similar articles when imported from the United States shall be ad- mitted into Canada free oi duty. changes proposed might- not.alone. to fully bring about .more favorable conditions which both parlies desire, it is con- ceivable that tiie customs regulations which are deemed essential in some of Slate, stomach in five besides Jan. 2J, 1911. The lion. .W. S. Fielding and Hon. tt'ni.. Paiprson, Washington Gentlenu'n have the honor overcoming all fool, Nauseous odors from the brop'b. Ask .your pharmacist to1 show yo.u formula, plainly printed on each 00N'T THINK PRICES WILL Implement Men's-Views on Proposed Tariff j Changes The Herald conversed with the Heads ot several implement dealing nrms aiKl agents of iinptemciit manu- lacturers yesterday afternoon, anO tney all appeared to be unanimously of the opinion.that svhilo thesjiglit re- duction of per ceat "on ihe tar- ill on farm implements raeau in tlie aggregate a large sura annually to Hie American it will case of J'ape's then acknowledge .the receipt oi your will readily understand why this iiHiuica.UOii 0: this_daic> in relation to -promptly cures Indigestion and re- negotiations initiated by the presi-J moves sncii syniptoms o's Ileartbufni, dent StVtra! months for a feeling-like a-lump of lead in vhe traili- agreement between tin: jstomach. Belching of Gas and JCcruta- United Stales and Canada in wliich Uions of undigested food, --waier brash. vou-t forth-and-ask me to confirm .Headache. Bilio.usneBB and your'.understanding .if the results of .ol-her lnul 'symptoms; aud, be- !slues, you will not need laxatives to our recent conferences in continuations of these negotiations. j keep your stomach, liver aud intes- i tines clean ;md fresh. tariff changes take the for- cases might'operate favorably On the. nial-shape'Of a treaty, but iiiai the i trade between thc United States' ami governments of the two countries will Canada and us? their ..utmost, efforts to bring 'made without due regard-to.'special about such changes by concurrent leg-, conditions' of the two cbutric's might islation at- Washington and Ottawa. extent defeat the good pur- 4 .-Governments of the two coun-! pose Of thc present arrangement. It tries having made this agreementj js agrced'.tlsat the most care shall from a conviction that it confirmed fa ta-kcn by both' governments that; be but a in the -bucket as far as reducing the yrlce of implements to the farmers of Canada is concerned. They did no: think it will mean an appreciable reduction in the selling price of Canadian made implements. One man, uowever, thought that what-. ever Deduction is made will apply- to tne setting costs of machinery, er Canadian made or imported. For in Automobilc TIKES TUBES VULCANIZED CENTRAL CYCLE A .WORKS' 331a'Eights- Avc.-Ey.'Calaary.1 Only steam vutcaniieri: I W. cor L. McKENZIE Third Averiue: ELECTRICAL FIXTURES AND SHADES Wiring. ior .light and ignitioa yhones, annunciators. attended to. stance, a per cent, reduction, o! "I talce great pleasure in replying j If your stomach is sour and full of that your statement the proposed [gas. or.your food doesn't digest, and arrangement is entirely jyour meals don't seem to fit, why not with my understanding of it. It is a jeet case, from your druggist a on our pan "ruakc" living? Absolute that. we. have-been unable to adjust irelief-froni misery and per; our-differences on the subject oi oranyihlng you eat is to follow live minutes after, and, tlie tariff on binders win rneau lier cent, reauction on the selling price oi pulp aiid print paper. the difficulties to" which vou refer ,caee is sufficient to cure la whole family, trouble. mnng' engneer ..o long experience in Bri- tish Col nmln a. by necessary legislative authorities it j timt they see that only such customs will benefit people on both sides oi the i regulations arc adopted at-- arc nccr.s- border line, we may reasonably hope.'Sary for protection oi the trpas- aml expect that-thc arrangement if tuyagahist fraud that no regulation confirmed will remain in operation for shall be made or maintained whidfun a considerable.period Only this ex- ;reasonably hampers the more liberal pectalion on oi both govern- of commodities nbv.- pro- menls cvould. justify the: lime and lab-1 that representation -on either j; or been employed .in the'.ma-j side "as to l-hc unfavorable turing of the proposed'measures.. .r any regulation, will, receive from and '.hi Xcvertheless-it is: all corisiderailon" with antl ('usirc oi ilic.iiaiurc of relations a haiiraicsB. inexpensive pre- betivecn. the Dominion and Provincial -paraiion which'. -.will government and .for. iht- present 'always, either at'daytime or during j must" be contented condition ar-lniglU, relieve; your, stomach misery rangeiirenls Vhich have b'jcn propost-d