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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiesilay, March 14, IOH, BAKJNG WISER MA3E IN CANADA Pure-Wholesome-Erconomical It is used by all the large Bakers and Catifcrs, as well as by the best home bakers and cooks. Food products thai are produced in clean factories are Vest. �. W. UILLETT CO. LTO. TORONTO. OUT. New Zealand Premier ^ for Imperial Court (!'ontmucd (rotii fron'. page)- IRON CITY HAS A BAD BUZE pr: :a .1: lit'' Y.M.C.A. Was ___Started a Year Ago ((.'Olilinueri fruDi from paice). e\eciMl('(l jlic fxpi'i'tm inn- liie lui'Sl siiiigiiinf Tii'iM" pri>se!.' ,11 ; lir incfMinc wrif A lec-l'rc^-ideni T S Miickcr./H'. U A. Biieliiiniiii, K \ Cimnir.ctiain, \ 15.iriisi''\ , A S.^tV^rll. W \ }\.iv.: ihcn, .1 I.i'tiibriil.iii' all.I ii 1) Year Since the Campaign Corr-nenceo 'ill' \ i'.'ir iiixr. liiix � ic 'hi liuM-iicK!^ Mi'ti's Bai.i|'i''i ^ 'ii- ^vll!(.�li ^ Al i \ \s il has ^isiiaih i.'.jm'h "Wr .i vimi ti' coinljlclr li'f- hiriu'iiii; It !s ai^" a sisiiinr.iiii i'iU't ilia' ; f i- iMrncnli't-are Imlav w i i lull a � ihi; imii! Mir liiilhiui:; The \ n la I :>'1, iinw lia-JiiPDihcr-iliip 11! oM-i "ai uilh jj i.iflL'm.l rliii's i.iiMi.L. r.i'T. u I. i. 11. rr>ponsL- ihc t'i'ci. iia tiiisi-i! .'.!�! .^J.iiiMi ('.;, t illi'i'.i-v ii.iHl up liir 1). uiiU'p of lhr-;v suh^cnp! i.'n. v. ' n ti fli""- l;iii i'ail li.ii- ii-'i^ ;l I i. '.iiM'i AN EARLY MORNING FIRE AT TORONTO TiMoniii. .Marli '.I -'I'liiriv ~i\ peo T'li' weio (Jiivpii inmi ihcir homes ti;. l!auie> ihi.~ monii:i'^ whon a !lri' � l;ii li aro^f -.!] I'voni ihr kiirli>'n nl Wn: i'o- 's i>.iai], ;i)'i Kill- sirefi -vest .:iii! - ��call urh s u'!i lApirli v �]-a' �.rry of llif ii!ma:i'.- nov.' '^i'.tu m n;,iinr! anil V ID more ihr.ii ,';rali ip a �. i"-y '^\v of ilu-ir !a nm> cliai.ii-; iiai. r .!! rcr thf .sircc:. Tlirop ri-'irr liiui iv � i-iii.!" i.'iii the inm:!!'--? ro' na' -.ifi-l^ naiici oi iiiljiiM iiu'iil Tlic rssential ).l.'hlciii loi llif fiiMirc will luHT lii'rn '�'ilvi'u whi'ii the ncnniiiiMis iin' iiM't^  � '.:! ilicir iliii- plarc in Ihr MMrinl : .iPh,- .a llii- Miiipnr KiTlin,!; Ill Aiisliali.i S-. iliir\. N. S W , Man-li 11 -Sn Ward'-; speech ailvncul iii)i nii-(iii::ii''l riealiiie uilh tlic. ili  1 III!' cmpiir as a Hlmle is niii ' I """Ti ow. �ii iiiLTt I'liiirc pjencral approx | I'ri'Uiier Kislicr iiirielv ail �� ...iw. r,>nsiiltati\r riuuicil ullli (le i-riv '��.,\ liindiru; mi inili\idual .nm .'I � .'iiiir;!! \', hni Inc.ilh (�i.iilirnied The .Miiimiit lleialii ileii.iies sucli propov.-; au . ri' siili acadPMiic ami t lie proli-' leiii Is ��lie wliirii reti'iHTs palieiil I irea'iia"il | 'loci Hillieiilt la'iKi.ir. March II -Sir I W Tav-'�iiai!. a-j,. -"jener.ii I'nr V'leinna. 'n ai. ii,ter\iert, deselibes Sii .lii.;el'li Waiii'^ ^rlien e of an iinpc'ial cotiiiril as '11. liiniculi m e-ilahlish at mice 'I'a vI M,.ir sin ^ . "1 would ha\ e a iminrii ii' advise ilip Imperial par- li.iinei.l. llui.s Iraviiic the' laMer imicli ' i , i , , ,. � , , .. laid\ Maeken/ic and i he Misses Mac :ie'-r 'II niaiianc piirelv iloinpsfic ai . , . . j kcu/ie have i;one to � i;\ p( lairic Visiting Day� llostesse.s WeilncsdHv - Mrs Koherl Ke) iioliK .Mr.s (;, [! Tinniiig � -Mrs n 1. I'ope will not receive .Mrs William l>ri.>iise and her ilaiii;li leis. Misse.s l,()is and CIrare. wore llie hostesses at a \cv\ pleasant. pail> last eveniiia:, nheii a lar.ce numhei oi their t'rienris hail a verv Jolh tune. Mis. II. Doimaii has rel'Uiied from' 'a fen da> s' visit with fra'nds at ' i 1 ai'iiiaiiKav . Superior. Wis.. .Mnnli 11.-Fire which nlaiii-tt this iiiornlnR In St ReRis Hotel. Iron Kiver. l)uriied twelvfi of the i^ltv'.s "main Inisiiiess t)ulldltia;s with pructically nil the contents. .A ilrong wind fanned the tliiniesi aiul the firfr nuiii were helpless. The lolul loss i� �loom fifty tlloiLsutid. The Btrtietiires destroyed Inclnde. ilelniP'- Hardware Co.. (larvlu's perioral siore, Stockholm Hotel ani;o, and m anddaiighier of the late llonoralile .loseph ('aiicliQii. Liciileii- j Toronto, .M.iroh M.- 'I shall commit iyoii onth lor trial." sko *aid Magistrate ^ I'enison when the cases against .Mat-ithew \Vil�on K.C. and W. S. .Morden assistant inanaser of the TruslB anc fiiiarantee cotnnany, were eailed thii-marning. This is the last of the casei? in connection with the Farmers Bank smash. The charge ngaiust Wilsor and Morden was that they "did con spire with \V. It. Tracers, of the Fnnn ers Bank, lo induce the said W. R Travprs to ohtain for the Trusts anc" flitarantee company undue preferenot over the other creditors of the Farm-erf 1-tank." LEGISLATURE WILL NOT DISCUSS RECIPROCITY Not merely the best valiM'. or hesl al a pruc. hi\t posi'.ively I lie l>es( at any price. Hiiy a iMMiiid pacUel. and ii'>on tlnn'i t'iiti'-i.ei,eral. luakii.c a iotal oi aboiii ,,,,o, of Mannoba, to Mr. W- iP'i The loiincil NMinld have no ex- ,.. ^ ii'u'.M' iiinction i lie c.;se tor an .in- , ., , ,, u . , ,� ,. , ., . , son 111 Ml. Iloberl Nash, ol Woud- sori I'oiiMi' IS a -iioii'.: one am tic i, ,,,.i, u., . , � ti.iteli, .'-�uanse;;, I-.imlaiid. ciiin;e,-,tion oi public business at West � * � niuisiei pr.oides .i consideru (Ion of CMicli weisilii l.io.il \ iisiraliaiiS ilnev. \ S W . March 1 ! -.Sec- I'e'.iii i'asi.,. . ol 'he British imml- �4i.iii'iii le.iijiie 111 .1 speech here uri;- I'li i'-\,il Vusi rail,IPs fo support a lederal ileienie srheine The time v.,is near, he said, when Niistralians !n:i;li! lind il tiecess.uv to fiijlit m order -Il ret.iii, the "Last .ind fairest ol roiii ineni -. " .is a Hriti-h outpost ic I'.iriii..- i.eean RAYMOND BLACKSMITH DEAD Aiuonio Foster, aged .iiV, died here tills morning. The deceased was a hlacksmitli hv trade and worked foi the Kn'iKhi SviRar Co. The body la being held at Fetterly's iinderiakinst pir' lors, till friends in Raymond can lie canimuniciited with. Ottawa, .March IH.-Premier Hnzen of .New Briiu.swick. when asked for an expression of opinion on reciprocity I said he had nothing to any. Ho far ither intimated thai his Koveniment [would not Iiavp submitted lo the provincial leplslatnie now in session any iresoliiiion with reference to the subject, though, ht? artiled. the opposition Uvas talkinjc of bringing the matter : forward. j "If it does.'" he said, "we will deal jwlih if. but I would regard such a i resolution on their iiart as bad tac I lies." Tlie TERRIIX FLORAL CO. PHONE �77 Cor. 4th Ave. A 11th 8t. S. Canned Vegetables Tom�toM. 3 tint for ____50e Com. 2 tin* for ........26c B�an�, 2 tin* for .......25o Post, per tin...........ISc Pumpkin*, por tin.......10c Mu*hroom*, per tin .....25c L. C Teeple 515 Phone 515 SHfRLOCK BLOCK. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. South IX.R. TRAINMEN GET AN INCREASE -Moiuion. .v. R.. MtcIi M.-Aii in-'�rease in pay '.viiieli will liencfii niiio iiaiidred lii^r-r, .'lonial Kailwa\ 'rain-nu'ii ba.s hcfn i;raiiii'd hv ilie board oi inaii.iwmPiit 'if ihe prniueiit rail-Wi.ys �vhieh lias hail the manor under luiisirtpralion for sonn- limc past Yardmen �pt jn nrr ccni. increase Willie tii'isi' on the road ge' o'li nei ipiil. ailvancp. Then- are still sonir minor dPi.iils m be arrantrpd .Tiul a mci'iin.L', hn? 1;'-'pii sd for .M.'.rrh -.'^'iid. OOME ADVERTISING IS MIGHTY ^ good-holds the attention of readers; they think it over, but because they do not respond quickly the advertiser gets weak-kneed and stops his advertising. All people are not alike. Some act quickly, others deliberately. You must keep on advertising until you move all people. \ Keep on advertising-keep on doing good advertising. The public will appreciate you and give you the right sort of returns. Advertise in accordance with your business. Don't overdo it, don't underdo it: keep at it-even though compelled to start in^a small way. The iiMiiV friends of Mrs l-'reddie Lowes of t'a!a;ary, who vv.is reported aliiioM criilcallv ill a week ago, will be ilcliKlitcd lo learn that slip la now-well on I lie liiijii mad to recovery.- l-!dinoii!oii .Saliirdav News * * n ' Hi U 1-' i'orhett, oi Ottawa, un-iiouiiees ilic piiEiagemPnt of his youiiR-'( est sister. Miss Hnbiiia i'orhptt, to Mr .Murray H. M. Lister, of the Moi-i Soli's hank, Kdnioii*on, formerly of (Ittau.i, and son of Mrs l-". .\. Wain-; wrl:;iil'Lister, of Ottawa The iiiar-11.lie will t,ikp place at .Smith's Falls .U'lei i;.ister. : V t t ; Tlii-re uill^ lip a' speei.il husieess i meet ii,e of t In- W. l' T I iii l lie ] Ipc'.ure room of Wesley Church on j Wpdncsilav afiprnonn ui ^i.-ill. .Ml t he j mciiiiier-. .irv especially urpcd lo hi present , , �"*'� i Tiie L.idles' \jil .Socipti of WpsIpv 1 Cliureh will l:o!(l .i special busincis , luppiiii; lomorr'i'.v i W eiiiiesday ) after-, iiooii ,ii 'hree o'clock ', The L.iilie-.' .\i.i of ilie Raptist \ Church will rner' in tlie hascnient at, o'eiock loniorrow .ifternoon. � � � I Tiie ^'oli'!J: Ladies s,,ii,ilitv of .St ! I'.it rick's chdirh are liavini; a lilcr--^ .ay and musical evpiiinc on the even- � ill? of St P-urick's Hay. l''rid,iv. March I7lli Below i.anols 'Ransoni, aged 81, died here early rbis morning. She was a daughter of Hev : Archdeacon Mc.Morine of this city and ' well known. She leaves four childrfin. THE A B C OF RECIPROCrTY (Toronto Globe) I* there any truth in the atatement that the reciprocity agreement aubjeet* Canadian workmen to general competition from the products of United State* factor let? Will you please say in plain word* what the agreement means? These are queries worthy of reply. The following are the facts of the case: The governments of Canada and the United States, subject to the consent of parliament and con^res*, have agreed that each within its own territory will re move all duties heretofore levied on wheat and other cereals, dairy products, fish, live animals, fresh fruit, vegetables, poultry and many other foodstuffs, and will leisen the customs duties now levied on bacon, beef, la rd, f.lour, bicoults. sauces and other prepared foodstuffs. Speaking generally, the new rates on these latter a rtieles are to be uniform in both countries. Thu�, the customs duties on each side of the line will be 50 cents on a barrel of flour. The present duty in the United States is 25 per cent, or about $1.20 per barrel, and in Canada 60 cents. The agreement deals almost entirely with foodstuffs. The manufactured articles on wiiich dutt** will be reduced by Canada are very few. and are confined chief ly to farm implements and wagons, certain �OPts of steel used as raw material in our factories, clocks, cut lery, automobiles, typesetting machines and printing Ink. In most cases the reductions are only 2 1-2 per ce nt. taken from the present duty. The Globe believes that not a single workman less will be employed by the Massey-Harris company or any other Toronto concern that will lose this small percen take of its protection. It i* therefore, entirely untrue that the agreement when carried out-as it will be-will subject the Canadian artisan to the general competition of United States factories. The proposal is one for the opening of another market, that of the United States, for the product* af tti* farmers, lumbermen and fishermen of Canada. The market in Britain for our exports is still wide open, and we will still charge a third less in custom duties on British goods coming in than we do on slmi iar goods from the United States. That is what i* meant by the term "British preference." The agreement is not a treaty and does not bind ei ther country for any given period. It could be set a*ld� at next session of parliament if the people of Canada were to favor that course. The British government i* not opposed to the arrangement. The British ambassador at Washington, Mr. Bryce. actually helped to bring It about, acting in his of-ficial capacity, and would not have done so had the home government been afraid that it would "sev ci Canada from the Empire." The whole object of the agreement is to remove as far as poasible the taxation of foodatuff* on thi* oor�. tinent. Why �hould anyone be teriously hurt; in mincf, body or e*tate. by a "free breakfa*t>tableT" BRYCE AND THE RECI- ' PROCITY ARRANGEMENT; Loudon. .March IM.-In the House: of Coinmoar, loday, T. .McKinnon j Wood, under seeretary of state tor, ForeiKn Affairs, answering Sir frilbert Parker i Llfavcsendl said: "I do not think it would have i.een prarHcable and I am certain it would not have | heen deBirable for Amoassndoi Bryce i to liave made separate ropre.sent.ition | lo the r. P. A about np'.:ot!ations iiitni which Cauadiau ni'nipters were undei ' the constitution cumiieren' lo pnier.' \ Simply add a dash of GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE It's a delicious seasoning. Imported Ahmlutely 11 tac iiAicf iM�uirv HUDSON'S BAY - i COMPANY T�tUAior�ii^u'.-c OUR SLOGAN-"THE BEST THAT IS" A Few Lines From the Grocery Depa-rtment: PICKLES Ti,H. SOTK Ml.KED- -.fur: !�0e -.Jmi-.v JMIe ii.P.. S\VI::r:T mixed-,l.'irs .$1 If.|{, (HOW .MIXED- H.P.. son: MIXED-Ht.is II.lt. (HOW MIXED- Ji.15. SWEET .MIXED- ' H, M. OXIOXS-Al ...... c. iV: h. riCKEES-Jl.ntles Assorted .............. :JOe :?0e ;i5e COFFEE H. H. MOCHA & JAVA l'r Fresh (irocerie^ to arrive this week. TEA RLEE r1hj50x-SAEADA -r.M- II. I\ IXDIA.X CEVEOX HED LABEL  llf.......................40c .........................4(h' and 50c IVr'lh. . ;......................30c For lb.....40e NO. 2~Ptir lb............5t)e UOLDEX TIF8-Per Ib.............................60e INDIAN CEYLON-Lb. ..70e SPECIAL-Per Jb.......$1.00 ?> LB. TINS P.KOWN-Em. $1.10 :) LB. TINS BLUE-Ea. . .$1.35 5 LB. TINS BROWN-Em. $2 :rLB. TINH BLFE-Ea. . .�82.25 If ;