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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LF.THB RIDGE DAILY Hl^KALD Page 3^ AN ENGLISH ECONOMIST'S VIEW OF RECIPROCITY Mr, U U. riiiozzn Monpy. an emineni , Al present Canada sondR hiit, about . Biifilisl) ecoiionilsl iiiid niithor of nimi 1 oiie-l.hird of her fxp'H'ta in lirr South-; eroiis piiblicatlons, who represonter!, ern nolglihor. M Is the finest markei ; 'Xortli Paddinpton )ji Ihr llrltlsh HoiiHe'in the world, totho Agreement ^ , of Commons from ItiOi: to 1:110, discuss,'gives her greater accoHs. Surely it, es the Heciprocily agreement between j ought to be plain, oven to a "Tartf, j Canada and tlie Cnited Stute.s in the ' reformer" that j ilKht of a triumph of common seuBC Ic QUEEN INSISTS ON HOME PATRONAGE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE The Cream of the Oyster Beds Sealshipt Oysters embrace the cream of Atlantic Coast and Gulf of Mexico oyster beds: Blue Points, Narragaasetts, Cape Gods,, Gulfs-any oysters you like-with ail the sea flavor saved. Your positive guaraotee of the genuine Sealshipt Oysters is the blue and white SealshJpticase-which you can see in our stores. Riglit at'the so.i-shore yon conlj not Kct-oy?ters frci,her or fnii?r in flavor thau genuine Scalaliipt Oysters. Sealshipt Oysters come straight from the oyster tx'iL� to our stores. The oysters are packeil in scalcil, air-ti(?lit containers. T)]f!!e containers, in turn, arc paclicil in our patented Seaishiptor - a perfect shipping refrigerator-which keeps the oysters at a uniform degree of coldness in transit. When v.-e get the shipment, we place the oys'ler.s in our biauliful Ijlucand whi'le porcelain Scalship-ticase-llie store refrigerator. Tluis 3011 get Sealshipt Oysters jiiit Ihcy came from the sea- \\ ith every nntritiveclcment saved, �very natural flavor and savor conserved. North America. Mr, .Mone.v, who Is a staunch Fref Trader, believes thai in the Iodr run I'"ree Trade between the nullons of the world must prevail. Inlerira attempts I he says, have been made, and arc (1) The United States obtaine great er access to a market of enly 7,000,000 people, and (2) Canada obtains greater access to a market of 90,000,000 people. The brand of "Imperial" sentimeni which would grudge C'anada such an aomatn of Individual affairs, make a father envious of and iiniagonistic lit! his son's .business, 1)ecause liis son hac | found a market nearer and larger ihar he, the father, could offer him. The brief summaries which havo reached us of the chnuges nffeclnd 1)> upon manufactures on lioth sides, b'uch changes will silmiilate North American Industry by permitiing th� Straight From the Sea Under Seal ^Vben yon buy ."^e.TLshipi Oy.slers, you insure yourself the freshest and finest oysters ,\nd more! Vou insure yourself oysters th.-il are safeguarded at every stage from oyster beds to you. The vpaters where Sealshipt Oysters are grown are muler supervision of State and Federal (�overn-ment. Besides these waters are reg- ularly , bv the fnmouf food exncrtsof the Lcdcrle Lalioralories. Se.-ii.'^Iiipt Oysters are nil snlid oyster meat-no water-no w;.ste. The price of Sealshipt is lUt- of \-nlue-a Unver iirice ineaus adulterated oyatcr.s. As^k for free book of recipes contTining delirious oyster dishes unknown inland ' iinw made, and will douhdess for 30m'' �PP'' would, if exercised in thi' liniG longer Rlill he inario. to flout geo grapliy, and to thwart Iht; seientlBl and tlie engineer of a policy of import duties designed artificially to change I he proper currents of trade The final victory, however, innst be with geogi-ajihy, a.s modified by �ci- eneo and engineering. .Vaiiire ha;� the new Agreement show (hai ihert� fjtshlotif'd certain great highways of j's to be Free Trade, or very nearl,'. ii-iide. .-ind deposited cei-iain xrea5 ]'''ree Trade, In natural iiroduci.'?, es-stores of power iihoul llie globe. Thu' Pecially food, between ilip nvo nationc engineer has bolii made tliose natural highways more economical by build Bleamships, and has made lilgliwnyj of his own by railway, iiinnel, and can ,al. In ihese hij^liways ihe greater part ' fuller uao of the resources of n raagni-! of ti-fido flows in spile of exisiing fol fleently gifted territory, wliile ii wil; i lio.s In the shape of reslrlcti^�e duties i afford ^^ea.sure of .justice 10 the farm-1 ,anil uraduaily Ihe absurdity of attempt [ei"", who are still the hackbone of Ca ' ' ing to bloclc Nature's seas, or to nullifv i nada, and to the brave senior:-:, who the work of the engineer, musi bocom', out In the West are engageii in Ihe obvious as edticiilion wins her way. subjugation of the wilderness. ! East and West, or North and South?! Until we receive the details of tl*. i Canada has just concluded with ihe ^on manufactures si'aated by ^rmted .Stales a reciprncltv apreemen- ; other a fair copy of it. jglve the American products a tarifl I (")u lurlher analysis Canadian com-i advantage over ours. In the latter I merce shows tliat tbc .-\mer\ean tarit. j case, if a Kuropenn country had marie I has been more succ'essful than the Ca-1 such a barain as Canada lias made, we nadian tariff in diverging the natural j ,n(ie,. ,,os, favored nation clause course of trade. Of Canadian imports would gain auton1aticall.^� ever\- adv,'.-In lliltS. worth $352,00O.u0f). us much as! tage which .-Vmerica has gained. It � --------................ , ?'J0!',,0iib,U00 worth, or 58 per cent,, was understood thai Canada will conced. gay on Friday last by Mrs. l-lyslop, of deri\cd from the United States. On: to this most favored nation treat Toronto. Dominion organizer for the the other hxnd. of Canadian exports� ,viem, so that no American mnnufact \V. C T. v., and a locil bi-.-4nch of the ^ ^vorth .$1'-17,000,000, $91,000,000 worth ,,.e bpcome dutiable in Canada a. society was formed. .Mrs. 0. C. Shoul-' 3,; pp,. cent, was sent South to IhJ: ^ \o'^-ar rate than a similar article im dice held a reception at iier house in ! gtatea. For the latter fact ported from rT.e United Kingdom. tlierc is a natural as well as an artifi-, remains t,> ha seen whether Can cial rcisou. Canada chiefly exports and satins and vehets and bioeados are included in this regulation, but' every detail of embroidery, trimming,! etc., is to Im subject 10 the same con-j dllion. I ft will be rpmerahered that this rule was observed in the bii.ving of her] ma.lesty's wedding li'ouRseau, when the' late duchess of Teck declared that not a yard of cambric or linen, of! flannel or iweed. of lace or ribbon should be bought outside of the king^-l doiu. There Is no doubt that if all great \ ladies followed this iiatrictic lead, a vast impetus would be given to Brit-: ish trade this year. ; The new appointments in the royal i household have aroused much interest.' The question of the queen's maids of: honor hns been the subject of consid-eral)le discussion, although the selec-1 lion had been unofficially known to a' small circle, not even the girls themselves would acknowledge it until the appointments were made. The lion. \'enotia Baring is the eld-' est daughter of Lord Ashburton by 1 his firsr. marriage tmd is in her 21st 1 year. She and her sister. .Miss Aure Baring, are popular society girls and went about a good deal last year, both with Jlrs. Caryl Baring and with ibeir young Aineritan stepmother. ! The lion. Sybil Hiodrick is the second daughter of Lord Midletou and granddaughter of Lord .Memyss. Her REST. - $7,000,000 i \ TRAVELLERS* CHEQUES ^ ; . Issued by Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce ^re the most convetiient;' form in which to carry money when travelling-. They are neg^ottli^le everywhere, self-identifying-, and the exact amount payable in the^prii�-'.''^| cipal forcin^n countries is printed on tlie face of every cheque. Tht ' " cheques are issued in denominations of $10, $20. $50, $100 and $200, t3S and may be obt;iitu-d on application at the Bank. In connection with its Travcller.s' Cheques The Canadian Bank'of Cominerce has issued a booklet entitled "Inforrnation of Interest to those;." about to travel", which will be sent free to,anyone applying- for it. Lethbridge Branch - - C G. K. Nourse. Mgr. Capilal, Re�l imI VadivMci Profits t5,�44,100. Total Assets Vvcr S44,0�0,�tt. Money is Power to help yourself anii others. But it's otily the money you savfrr-not the money that .slips through your fingers. You mil find a savings Account a great help in acctuna* lating this po-wer. Why not start one now, in this Bank? Interest compounded at highest current rates. Moaty may be withdrawn at any time. Main Office cor. Round A Rcdpath 8tt.C. R. TINNING, Manager^ Stirling Branch-A, H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy Laka-E. W. Luckhardt, Manager. or his consort that is shown to historians. The crowning proper next lakes place and here there is lui Important difference betw-een the coronation of the king and queen consort. The former has placed .upon his brow the crown of Kliig Edward and subse- ,, , , . ; ouentiv assumes his state crown. This eldest sUter was married ,n tUtll to '.^ pg,.,onal property and Is not kept among the - i^egalia. The Lord Tweedmouth and she has two younger sisters.  Lord .Mldleton's second wife is a daughter of Lady S-t. Heller by her first marriage. Kallieriiio Vllliera, daughter of Mr. George Villiei-.s, is a niece of Lord i Clarendon. Coronation Ceremony The part that Queen Mary is to take in the '.-oronailon next .lune is a very IrapreiiBi-.e one. but one that is not genert-.ll.v understood. iler queen consort has no crown, save her .Miss'""" coronet or state crown and this " l^'^ I i,'-, now being ninnufactured for Queen ,'\lary. At the mon)ent that she assumes thl-B every peeress present places her coronet on her head. .-Vt the same moment her scepier and her vlrge are handed to the queen, the former be- delaylns the train sai-vic^. on the Car ; the afteriHion, -n-here Mrs. Ilyslop gav I an iuicroslliig adtlress on the object.=-, lot the society. A local br.invh iiis mangay line. JU-mduy's u-aln w.ns-several hours late ar.-d only got into town \ ' i been foinied with Ihe following offl-' ftbout 12.30 a.m. The snow-, however, j Mrs. W. R. Cumming; Cor.-8. ... , ,..................- . Is giving great satisfaction in o:ilier , ,^1^.^ ^ -rreasurer, Mrs. I!. "''" mcfeaslngly made her tariff, second, as to the Unite quarters U) the farmers who are see-| ^ ,(u,,mon. against Canada a vei-y obstacle i poi,, arises here which is lug Id It (mother ce.rtainty fin- a big crop for this year. The completion of the school house Ih now arawiug very near anil it is pvactioally completed. The structure is being bandsorafly fini.slied and in i-i Carniangay has a snbstjuitial building ml whlflh It may well be proud. \Vork '".v. 7! rates -tUan s.mtlar articles tmporte,-,^ gone to Le,;lil.rld�e where he will prar- B'"'''^ "'"le ^'H'ch bad been diverted. , ,,,.,, Kingdom. |ing placed in her right hand by the ,. , ,. , 1 archbishop of York, who has the priv- follows directiy alter that of the king I and loll')Ws the same ceremonial | rather closely, save that site is not , handed ilie m-b-the emblem of sover- eign:j-nor i.s the sword of stale ox-1 l>used before her. The ceremonial opens w-lih Ihe queen l.ikiug up a kueelins position on a footstool between the coronatinn chair, in which the king is by iha: lime installed, and tlie altar. :^lie is first of all anointed wliii sacred oil from the .'\mpulla or golden eagle. This is done 011 the hands and bead only, whei-i- is the king is anointed on ibe arms and breast as widl. Then cornes the placing of the ring on her fint;ei-. 'I'his i-iiig is ot' \ i;ro gold, wi'b ;i large flat ruby in rl,. ccn- llege of crowning the queen, Just as the archbishop of Canterbury places ;lie crown on the king's head. The difference between the gcopter and the vlrge is thai the former has a cross upon Us head and the latter the little dove of purity. Queen Takes Keen Interest Thus attired the queen now raounts h( r throne, which is a trifle lower than thai as.vigiied to the king. From her coronation ceremony and ii alraadyii; thoroughly conversant with the var.yv:.'| important part she will be called :upoti-:s| to play. ''\\k The ceremony Is a moat tiring on*,*! but it Is to be shortened �a much >aau� possible and the procedure adopted; at ,s| the crowning of King Edward will ba-S' followed rather closely. The chief In- ' novation here was that the cerempnyvi^i of each peer and peeress preaent Waay^i InK in t he hands of the ftovereiBn; anA-'^:' his consort, after their coronation iraa'l shortened, only the senior paera ) pari of her iiitermediate tarifi which is a deiirec of Preference, u The Eidd Headed Man may Look Wise 3ut If K� Had Rec! He Would Hava Koir New Tou rie no: want n oclentiflc treatise Wherovai' there are sickly people who re troubled with deranged nerves they ' husli'iess" done In" Carraangay in will, find that Milburn'e Heart and Nerve oarlj- Spring. ' Pills will restore the equili),rium of An intoiestlng booklet lias just been j deranged centres, anrl bring back the i3a,ued by the liiquiiy Trus-r & Loan ' ahattered nervous system to a perfact Company, v.hKh gives a desoription condition. Thoy do thi.'i by their restorative Influence on every organ and tishiie of tlie body, and their a.\-traordinary curative power manifaats il.sclf imiaP:ialely they ars taken. Mrs. G. D. Ward, HuntsviUe, Unt., vritOB! "I take ploasure in sending you jny testimonial in praise of your Siii-bum's Heart and Nerve Pills. J buiierod terribly with nervous protiraiien, and bvoame �0 bad I was not aVjle to attend to my hcmieiiold dulioti, ami n,-!w J can If-uthiully say that 1 owe my life to them. �I'bree boxes stopped my U-ouble." ililbum's Heart and Nerve PilU ftra 60e. per box, or :>, boxes for SI.'-'5 at all dsalara or ajailud dirouf on reucip' of ij-;co by The, T, Milbum Co,, liuiitjd, I'orout.), On I, of-the towni. of (.';iriiiang,iy, (-bampion ' and Kiikcakl.i ami a llsi of .arms f-jr j s:ilo adjoining ti.pse towns. It ib'e-ing circ.da;(-il \ Idely and be-. f material ad-'an-age in iirii-.i,.::,- 'dUi o.tion of il-.o coiiuiry under no-lice of prosi'ei ive liuitleis ; nd i..vof,:-ors. li has been printed hei-� by auu pressGH �.Sliai joii wiiiiv to Itnow is how m �avo ih.i hfi. I jc.u have ana malto It -irniiK"- aii'- h-ra ja. Nyat-.-, lltrautonB will Oo It better ii.'ui ai>yii.iLi5t t:iae. 11 Irt i,\>i c.a.;-.rS tba.t Itlrs-uono is woi;i',jri'ul yciwa fl 111-- .seri'*t--but I.t. ., !1-.H �:ci,irrote it*.->'.il of .-...I tuat la : i\. ii '-1 Cio I-.- i.'lo Ireui.-n.-nt of !l \ i:!.--: .1.-;-.! h-'i- :ilM �.-.-iip. i( � u ,.^3 � rw -I.' � .t it has bcnii -v ;. o '. h.-i;:'i-'.t and ai.b'.-s�. ; ..-.o 10 i:ait iii-.'ht. Use lilr- i' p ^--i' tt-,^ 'N'--nl remedies and France. ini I tie t nited States win be givm-a Prelerence to t^anada. these r.iinpiKations make tpe mils of the new agreement of nnusi,--in' and doubtless the Hoard o-'l"i-.-!'l(> wdl piiiiilsh them at the earlies' pf-SKible n-,nnient. I.!,- OLD LADY BURNED TO DEATH C-ornwall, Ont., March 1.-In a flrc-wh:!:]! des:iroyed the house of her son !i;-!nw In Cornwall township, yi^slei day, ."\Ir>t. Trickory, an old lady iva\ i.irntm 10 doiilli. loiiB RuscombP, lor '.'.u vear.s r, llaiu- :iu^;j oaL-num divo 1 b presiileiii of ilie In ,-i ,rat to,,,:' Ti |'n;ira|,liu .1] I niuu. Nyal l.'ii-ii.;i,'i(it. SOLD AMD GUARANTEED BY ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS 1911--FORD Open Runabout Four cylinder, with complete equipment $97S f.o.b. Lethbr'dge 4-Door Runabout Four cylindAarjlhe ideal car for doclcrs and travelling men. This car with ali eqtiipnient $102S f.o.b. Lethbridge  The Vanadium Steel Car Touring car, four cylinder, completely equipped with top, wind shield, speedometer, oil and ga� lamps, and tool kit $1 100 f.o.b. Lethbridge ( � \ This agency lias acquired tlie premises of the STANDARD GARAGE CO. where, with an entirely new staff, business will be carried on Agency Ford Motor Co., iSii -.51 ;