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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE.SIX rim LETrmmnoF, mcnArn THURSDAY MARCH fllOM TnUXT 1'JCE) that Lord Kitchener's premaluro denti end tlic ilealh ol his secretary, Major Fitzgerald render it impossible to state ti'llli Iho same confidence as In Hie the Buir.intecs Hint bail licca execut- ed It would mean 5150. Critlclics Ho nree.1 tb? Jellt w" reasonable one for the province con Iho leaner ol iho oppostllon I'oiileml- eil thnl iho province should .UUL re- KiirJ us mi asiel even tlio fS.OOJ.OOO [u Ibo humls ot (ho Dominion EOYorll- iiicnl. TuiU surely, EornisiltMilly com iiienced tiiQ minister, should be ati as- tct. U should Ija'af Unclblo ns, lio say, 11 was sale. llcmarhlnB ttml tho kader of Iho opposition hud now reduced lUr publlu debt, ol ilit lirovlnco from flSO.Mfl.OOO lo 000 nuil that ho hml eald thai ho isas only drilling will] tilings Ihul were of tmercst to the Premier Sli'lou U ol Interest to th: people (Ilit Iliclr orfniri shouM be I eairletl on carefully. U Is of Itltcreil lo eloctlou mailers ouJ adsfr Itiluga, help to pay for llio enjoyed in tlio jirovliicei'bf Ih'la Wild I'! Tlio premier hnd' reached this point when It being six o'clock Ihe hour of adlouriinicnl. tho ilclmto.w'u nulp inatlcnlly adjourned, .c. yi'OM I-'EOST' Ifynul t of mo' home ruio statute OtlQwn, Tho fllloniey- goncrnl ol Hrltlsli Columbia' has con. seiiled'lo the 'iirosc'cutloti by F. Connor, K.G., cosl o( living com- missioner, of tho Hrllleli Columbia Hellnlnj; Co. Tho chargo IU1I-1UIIJ. It 13 Ul 1 f lo them lunt mcslion. Th" question and women take a Cascaret now anri ]g what cnnslilutti the province of then lo thdr stomach, liver and anl Ihe cre-lit of Alhrrta, bowels regulated, and never know conalsln of Iho whole property of th K miserable moment. Don't forget Ihe I proTMco anrl iho rarnJn? power of little need a (the whole of Ils inhabitants." food, geoU', iieansing, Proceeding, the premier said that Jacques Carticr Wearing lubbers during ttic Spmg Months of Slush and Wet Saves their: Cost and Protects the Health as It is only recently that the high retail prices of most commodities are being felt The higher cost of living as a result of the war, is now mani- festing itself in EVERY walk of SKoe dealers throughout Canada must get more.for our rubbers the past few years. The cost of pro- duction has been steadily increasing.and the dealer's expense of "doing business is greater. To'-day crude rubber is fully one-third higher than before the .war, and doubled insurance and the war it more expensive laid down at our factories. Other materials, including cottons, cashmerettes, jersey, linings, dyes and chemicals cost on an average 75% more. Lab'b'rj is away up, and so scarce that there is difficulty in keeping up a normal production. The increased prices of our indeed compared .with other articles of wearing appareland of been made imperative by the steadily growingicost of manufacturing. As the'qup.Iity pnd reputation of ciur brands of rubbers main- tained at all costs, we have been compelled to advance our prices. So when your dealer asks you a little more) it does not mean that either he or the manufacturer is taking advantage of war time, but ralhei that both are reluctantly yielding lo necessity. In proportion to the cost of other necessities, the prices of our brands of rubbers are more economical when compared with the far greater, increases in shoe prices. The regular use of rubbers saves many times their slightly increased cost, and protects the health as well To be sure of full value and maximum service, look for the assurance of qualily given by any one of these Trade Marks: THE MAPLE LEAF RUBBER MERCHANTS RUBBERS "JACQUES CAHTIER" "MAPLE LEAF" "CRANBY1 "DAISY" "MERCHANTS" "DOMINION" Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited Largest Manufacturers of Rubber Goods in the British Empire EXECUTIVE OFFICES MONTREAL, P.Q. SEVEN LARGE, UP-TO-DATE MANUFACTURING PLANTS IN CANADA 28 "SERVICE" BRANCHES AND WAREHOUSES THROUGHOUT CANADA J ;