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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Manday, Maifli 20,1011. THE LETTTBRTDGi: DAILY HERALD LEGISLATION MAKES MONTREAL AN ISLAND NO LONGER Spanning of Rivers Joins City to Mainland St Law" rence Route vs. Georgian Bay Canal (From Our Own Correspondent.) , referenco to Uic proposed develop-.vioiitrem, MiircU 20.-/C the pick �'�"' il y' iind tunnels across the Si. Lawrence' does iini stand a eiianro of Ijeins sel-' luid the FMviere des Prairies from thet'ed one way or ilie oil?er for some mainland lo the island of Mom real.; I "hr to 'ome, /I'mmdian Industries^ or course, the river.s will siill be are hoomiiiK. and iliere is a feelinKj mere, but if the plans all mature, the of the uiniosl ir)nfiitcii,'i, i ,m, �>d upon as an unanimous champion; roject entirely superfluous. ment of its operations. Sluneholders: jin this and other indusirial companies have great confidence in the future,, no matter what the political aspect. I On the whole, Indusiri.Tl stocks and bonds have never been looked upon more favorably than now. The P., Burns, Limited, of Calgary, the great' ranchers and u'ackers of the West, have jiisf made a million dollar bond issue through the Dominion Securities. They are boing snapped up in , j,gf; record lime-even healing the old record 'bold by tin's same firm a year "Kor many years," said Mr. l-loigate'"'' '"'''r di.sposing of lis offer- "the improvement of the St, Lawrence ''"''f 'baracler of Pat Burns canal system has been discussed, i),it;''ii^^elf is in i he meantime respou not in such a way as to produce dof-!�""'' "i'^- People in the Kasi Inile conctustons. No oomprehensive^H'"'^ as much of the old pioneer and pstliuBies and surveys have been P'lir'ot as ihcv do in the West, where made, so as to determine the practi-i''" ''>et wide, and a ininlinuni of L'^ feet The Bell Teleplione is also putting "If water on the -slll. 1 think the time out another issue, iliis time through Ims come when such a study of the the Knynl Securlllrs, .'ilax- Aiiken, t'a-si. Lawrence should be made and nada's British Vl. I'.. Iieing I he fall'.-] Ibis before we commit ourselves to er of it, so lo speak. Max is coming heavy e.vpenditures on existing back to liomo and glory soon and Mon route." treal is nreparing a lu'ass hand wel- .Mr. ilolgate also made incidental iconic lor him. ' T-HE PACKER STILL EXISTS 'The biininesB of I-". Burns & Company. Linnicd. wris 's:ab!islicd in 1.S9U. Bud is slrongl;- entrenched In Alberta and Hriilsh Columbia. \S'c -mi: informed by them that the proposed .reciprocity trade agimnieni v.-jih :Iu; I'liited Si.ites �will he beneficial o P. Burns & Company. l.luiiKMi, on accnuii! of ilic location cf tlieir planl.s and the diversifiod ;'harai icr of iliiMr !iii::iiicss." The foregoing is from a letter issued b.v ilic Ijominjrui .Sc(.'uriiieR Company in connection with the offer by P. Rums iS; Compan:. Limircni of .�! niH-llon dollars of first mortgage bonds. The mour;- is 'o iiinviilc tcr exicusions for an already enormous business, wliirh includes all biaiirhes of Mip paciers at tliis price. (lohh.Mi oak finish; iai'o'e British hc\'cl ]�hit(' iniri'or: two hirgc and I wo small drnAvers White Enamel Beds $2.00 And a very neat and good bed it is for |2.00. Full size, Avhite enamel, good strength and clean, smooth fim,sh; an iron bed for |2 that couldnt be duplicated elsewhere for less than $4. A new bed at the price of a second hand one. S2.00 Brass Beds $19.75 Why liiiy ail enamel hod wlien you can ft'ot a $25.00 J)i'ass Hod for loss money. Only a few loft. ITand-souioMosiixn. Tlio corner posts are 2 inches in di-aiiioior. satin finisji: well built and sitbstuutial. While tlio\- last- BAWDEN'S SPECIAL Felt Mattress $8.75 We offer forAVednesday's aellijig Bawden's Special Felt Mattr�fl8. We guarantee this mattress to be made of pure raw stock. If after 60 days trial, it is found imperfect in quality or workmanship, return it to US and we ^vill refund the price paid for it. To Persons Desiring Credit^ We don't do a general Credit Business but we sell complete furniture outfits to responsible persons and allow them to pay for same in 30, 60 and 90 days. 0 THERS 608 Third Avenue South Phone 625 WED ON LADDER GROOM IN JAIL FEARS THAT STEAMER HAS BEEN WRECKED J; Bride was Disguised as a Negro-Unique Event in Tennessee Chaltanooga Tenn., .llarcii 2i!.~Vv. .lohn U'. .Sherman, who is in Jail, cbar.acd wiih the miiriler of Tbonia.'^ 1). Norman, was married today id ----------------------------"---"--- " . - -_ ...... .Mips Clen \'. l/iK:as. Ueccnily .Mlsis Anti-reciprocity petitions will be S. HoHlsfcr and I'raiik Miinlcj-, i.iifa.-. v.iili ihc inlention of marrving placed in brokers' offices, restaurants 'of i i.rnwah, will bo !;ivrn the Hoyal i tiiiermaii. wciii to the .iail, uccomiiaii-clubs and other public places in Mon-; H iiinane Society's nicd.ils for savingij^il i,y n,,, moiher of ihc pii.-'tinf ;�. aim liostoii. March 17.-Fears are cii-, teri.-iini'il fni- ihe safely of llic I'luiic lino Kteaiii'r A. W. Perry, with passeiifcrs and a crew of Irt. Slici should ha\.' reached here a( nodti : ycfii(r(la> Xx their retjuest >i;i � ;cr (iri.'.-lKiin and several tuys wem i lo sea 10 si'iirch for her. Tlie picim er Po.'; V. iiich lefl ^�arnln.i;!l nini-hours (he Perry left IlaHlav f-arac ill Ivi.irs late and reportd sec in;; noiiiin - '.'f her. UNIONISTS SEE DANGER IK the c.-impaiRn Hootlcs \ i^oiiar treal. .children from drowninu. inurdcii'd man. picveincd 1 he f The- Coaldale Restaurant Is again under New Management GOOD MEALS 25c Open at all hours day or night I lie widnvv of I lie Sheriff t'onni'r. pi cvein ('(i 1 lie mar i r.ase at tluii linx' h; refn?iii.u to allow the jiris )n(~r to receive visitors. ] Today .Sf/ulrc Charles \\'ai.=;on ^isil� 'ill Sherman ill his cell. While there .\lisR Lucas di.-EUised a^ a negro . i walked iii) tlie alley ai tlic bacl> of I the jail, plac.'d a ladder a.i;ainst tlie pri.son wall, a.-^cendcd and staiulin.ii lilt the window, the ceremony was per-I formed with the bride on top of the .ladder and the groom behind the bars, j'lho Sheriff knew notliln'.; of the es-'capade until the ceremony had  lieen licrlormcd. I Sherman is held wiiluuit Inind. ' cliartred wiili the mnrilci' of Ills hro-Ihcr-in-law, riionin,-! it XcH'uian. Ills I bride is a beautiful bloiulc and of; I good family. ( ! Slierinan is one of the 1k";i known lyoiiii!; men in Cbattauoo_^fi. The ! prominence of all concerned in the Itiasredy and the weddin}; nf to.isy � I makes the w liole occiirreiico pxirnmel I I', .^cns.-itional. London. March 18-In till till' In r-clcctiiin cif iii\i.sioii of 1 .aiicasliirc L.irt., Ihc ( aii.idiaii who gave up Ins si>at 111 IPilwicli to nusiicccss'fully Contest Northwest :\ianclicstcr in the rc-rciii u,iii('i,il c](>clioii, .sa>s that Hi' llic prralpsl rci.'niis against pi'iciiy hcl'.vccn I tiM cd 1 'anada th.ii it and must CORES ALL It Iv Mill All :iM'i.-UB of tho slvia are, more or Je.i.-). iliii-'ily occasioned Ijy a bad plain of llic, and it is absol'.itcly irr.-possiblc to eradicate thcin frnm t|:o eyslem imlcsa you put your blood into good fliupc The fi lluiving skin diseases arc curahle by Uunlok Blood Bitters through iis i\-nn(lcrfiil � Icansing, purifying powers on tliO bkioil. auil ils renovatinjr action uii Ihe ^ystitu, viz.. Salt Rhemn, Tetter, billable.-.. :^i 'irf. iOiysipeia.s, ftchinp; and burning It'isiuw, L'Icers, Sores, etc. Mi.sf Sti'lla ICichel, Maiiland Forks. N.S., wriies: "1 have been boilicred with salt rheum, on iny hands, fur threo years, and il itched so 1 did not know what lu do. [ tried everything but. I I'C i!i;'i The tJrand Valley and (1. P .v-radial railways, iviil hf op'Taicd Niagara ;iowei' tried nothing seemed to ho any good. 1 � hcjr 1 nf Uurdoc'lv Blood /iitters and I liciucht two hotties of it, and now I am ' perfc(:il> cured and have no salt rheum I on my bauds any more. I " 1 caniinl speak too highly cf'lock II. ! Blood Bitters." hi Jlamifacturcd only by The f Wilburn Co, Liiiiiiel, 'i'urijiiio, Oafc one rci-i-thc incv- i.iisc lie |iin-c of food in Liii;-Till IT is also t!ir danger ni �X.ltiOh, liniltics ll.iS hccTi a �tfc uiist =cal fur a gcr.cratinn . .iiid p.Dli'ciDCut is glad ot llic iriiiiiiiv of liiiiigmg so si rung a I'l-'.Mln l..ick mill I lie lluusc oi Cuuf iiiiias .\usliii Cli.imlicrlain, speaking at Miildli'tnn, Slid ticglcci uf op|iorliin-iiv was dii'ivrrcii in every line of ti.c iccinrniMi (rcalr Tlic I'nnaflian 'Mi\criMiicr.t in rcttiru fur p.iilial roci piiii)l\ l);id rcsnllcd in ciins.ilcralilc .1 ii.i;riui'iiI III the I iiilnl .'-^i.ilcs lar-il'l Dim .ili;h:l-^a.lul v. .is ,tl \V,isli-Iligliili at the till!.'. u, iriiliv.; tllcse nrgi^ i.i t Ilia-, ,ind ii'pi.ilnig on tlicin til Ric giivp! iifiicnI. I;iii had lie any instructions lo look aiicr our uiier c^ts ' .N'o Mr CJiamherlain e.K-Idaincd that iie did not mean lo suggest that '!ic ambassador wa.'; to lie instructcii t i tliw.irt. any wish -d tlic I'aii.uiian ".mci iimcnt. but if in I'-uii/i inr p,jili,il reciprocity the i nitcil .'~;iatcs vviiilil make these con-ccs.sions, would it not he pcrliticiit aiiil prupcr fui the Brilisli ambassa- I dor lo .say to tlie Initeri .Stairs' I "What you arc giving Canada in re-! turn parlial admission to our iniarkcl.s we invite you to give its in ; reluru for our free admission whion you now enior in the home markets of (ircal Britain." Uc would do nothing! lo discourage anytliing in the way of good feeling hctwccn Canada and (he .State.s, but rcgiciicd the negotiations were ^ot made with the Knipjrc as a whole It was monstrous tn suggest, as it liad lieen, that it was an impcrl in-ciice foi an F.nglisliman to offer an opinion of this siibjccl. That showed a arc.It iiiisconceptinn of the poyiliou Can.Ilia lield in the t;mpire. If this agrcciueiit is ratilied it will be but niie reason and that tlie strong-cs|, of llcin all, for estahlisb i:g at nnci. the connteraclion influence of preii rcn', ial trade with tlie riominionK nui selves so tliat we might si ni'ilite I'le great movement fiom cast to Hcs! on \\)i\L'h t.'ic prnsperitv of ("'an-ida IS based and on which its fill ire the imperial connection mnst 4i9M4;v V K., M.P., speaking at 0.\iord, said if the teoiptocitf �fWO-,: niciit was consummated aad the advantages following It enjoyed by tbo:, railed States were lost for all time to this country, It would be the giaat csi erime to tbo greatest empire the world had ever seen perpetrated olncft.' the ill-advi.sed King George 111. threw away the advantages thla coua; try enjoyed on tho North Amatloem, continent. *�', TREES OUT I liN BLOOM NELSON ORCrfARDa Nelson, March 18.-Tlie first ohenf blo3soms and first plum bloMoma i v.ere on view yesterday. In the wln-do-.v of E. B. .^fcDermid & Co., a luautiful spray of cherry bloome ot Ihe Itoyal Anne variety, were aeen, while at the Hume a spray ot these wi'.s In conipany ^vitb a spray of plum blooms of the Bradshaw Ttrlety. Those who inquired as to the grower ; were icferred lo CapL Allan Loan, Observatory street. ,AlraM to Eal?, Does the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment of your meals ? It needn't. Just take :m-- 1 It and you won'tknowyou haveastomach. They will see to it that your food is properly digested. They are among the best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by. expert chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale druggists in Canada. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail youahox^ NATIONAL OnUCt AND CHEMICAL CO, t CANADA LiMITtP.; MONTRIiki. i3J ;