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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, March Page 5 Expansion Sale Friday and Saturday Specials IT IS BNTI1 USING do do business the A; MacdonaM Co way. Huying for large- dis- soiling for at the lowest margin possible. Those who come here no buy get enthusiastic, can'i help it. And if YOU arc not accjm.inted here you'd bolter come Friday and Saturday, Extra special values awaiting you. Will Clear These Good Shoes Out in a Hurry IP YOU KNEW how anxious we are to clear out the shoe stock and knew how great, values these shoes are at the money, the whole lot would clear out in -short, time. WE ft P NBKD THE ROOM. UJ "I U L A big lot of Men's and Women's Shoes, made of best leathers in calf, dongola, vel- fc U U our calf, .patent etc. Newest styles and worth nearly double the out for j aim would-'have followed and the cry} [would have gone forth that the gov-i A FINE BARGAIN'ernmcut nras to __________ f comparatively important concessions i to avoid a colossal trade battle. j (Continued From Front Page) j SURPRISED Dr. Sproule, who is leading the Op- absence, lions with the republic made it a mat tor of utmost importance that Cana- positlon -.la should maintain friendly relations ed the government had 'not demanded concessions for those with that country. Notwithstanding a tariff situation which Canadians re- garded as somewhat unfavorable, 'the volume of trade was a very large one Fifty per cent, of the trade Cana- !da was with the Unitc-d States, 59 given. He hoped an opportunity would be given for further discussion, MACLEAN CONGRATULATES W. F. .MacLean congratulated tliu Koverumejit ou having avoided a tar- pcr cent, of our imports came fromjifl war. He suggested, however, that the United States and 53 percent, of! the settlement could only be a tern-' of our exports went ilu-re and one and the government must under tariff conditions which were not ..face a similar situation in the near so favorable as could be desired. Mr. Fielding said the importance of the future. Major Currie declared the Premier New Dress Goods A more stylish dress fabric could not be desired. Has a beautiful poplin effec.t and in pure wool. .Medium light weight and in exquisite shades of tan, taupe, green, lin- en, Copenhagen and also black. Our price 85e Table Linen Special Ever heard of a good bleached table linen in wide width under C5c? Read this. For Friday and Saturday we will sell two beautiful patierns in leaf and spot effect and about CO inches wide at the ridiculous price of question was tarty in the and Mr. Fielding boasted Canada did session when it was suggested by the Waiit preference from Great Bri- Oppositicm that before the French tain and yet such a preference would treaty was finally approved the Kov-imcan to get reciprocity from Great j eminent should ascertain whether the Britain that they were willing in United States would regard that trea Washington to bow the knee to the ty as one against the] American government, Mr. Fielding country. had surrendered a great principal, the The government had not thought it right of Canadian people to make would be wise to take that course. their own tariffs. 32c J After the unsuccessful negotiations forj gIR WILPR1D LAURJER better trade terms m the past the go-! vernment had taken the ground that! Sir Wilfrid Laurier declared the go- Canada should not again approach the! should do every- United States with proposals for bet-j with Canada's dig- 'ter commercial relations, and that ifinity lo avoid a tariil war- Peace ,the matter was to IK- reopened itlhad bccn W small conces- should be upon the initiative of thelslons' lhe Peace which Canada with i United States. fteighbors was worth all the nuts land prunes in creation, he added. 4 corner lots, Block price ?370 ea. Terms. 2 corner lots, Block 22, price ea. Terms, 3 lots, Block 20, price ea. Terms. ALEXANDER ADDITION 4 corner lots, Ulock C, price ea. Terms. 2 lots, Block 15, price ?20Q ea. Terms. 2 lots, Block 123, for the 2. Terms. Seven roomed cottage on half acre plot, close to new City Park. Will sell cheap if taken at once. Good terms. Acreage for market gardens, only 'two and a half miles from city limits. Cheapest acreage on the market. Very easy terms. PHONE 1353 BOX 1858 The Imperial Development Co., Ltd. CITY REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT F. C. MOCK, Manager. AT Tins MAJESTIC We Sell All 5c Garden and Flower Seeds 7 for 25c LET UNITED STATUS MOVE i However, the government decided to; A reciprocity trade was within mea The popular Summers Stock Co. is again in Lethbridge, at the Majestic theatre in n good series of plays for week. Last night tho company ap- jpeared in "A Bachelor's not make any approaches to the J comedy. The situations developed f, Canada had sacrificed nothine what- ited States while the question of by -ihe 'jevcr and today as a Jew days ago is f Savings On Choicest Groceries Ontario Cheese, Ib. ...17 1-2c IngersoU Cheese, Ib......15c Smith's Jam, pail .......70c Kootenay Jam, pail ......75c Maple Syrup, Maple Syrup, 1-2 gal.....85c Maple Syrup, 1-4 gal. ...50c White Star Jelly, glass ..10c McLaren's Jelly Powder .8c Cox Gelatine ...........12c Knox Gelatine .......17c Hes: ICvup. Apples .....11c Corn Syrup, 5 Ib.........35c Corn Syrup, 10 Ib.......60c Corn Syrup, 20 Foley's Package Graham Wafers, Vanilla Wafers, Arrowroot, Gingersnap, Sodas, Regular -Joe pkg Sardines, a tin Finnan Haddie, lir.n a lot of it. If we sent you a loaf or two every day for a week we know you would never think of both- ering with home bakdng again. Not puny is very well balanced, eacn in- dividual appearing to advantage in his particular part, whether it is small or great and the action of the play never seems to drag but Is always night up to the mark all ihe time, this being particularly true of 'their com- edies. A very pleasing feature of the even- ing's entertainment was the "illustrat- ed melodies" by Miss Mabel Summers -Miss Summers has a very pleasing contralto voice and the two songs were much appreciated. Tonight "Leah Kleschna" will be presented. WM. CARROLL- At the Eureka Fully nine out, of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which when you could buy as ours anyway. such ST. BONIFACE PRitST IS" NINETY YEARS OLID United States wanted the concessions given. France, she should be prepared to purchase them as France did, by. giving-equivalent concessions. To this! Winnipeg, Mar. United States rcplitxl that it} and, of IMC palace, Si claimed if it gave us favored nation1 face, celebrated his j best was going, City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 [require any internal treatment. All is needed to afford relief is the free application of Chamberlain's Lin- iment, Give it a trial. You cer j tain to be pleased with the. re- lief which it affords. Sold by all drug- gists. The rate of discount of the Bank of England remained unchanged at 1 4 ser cent, today. fr EXPLANATION. 4- I- The Herald regrets exceed- i- ingly that owing to delay in transmission it could not give a full report of the proceed- 4- T- ings of the inevstigation into X the Alberta and Great Water- 4- ways transaction yesterday. 4- 4- 'The Herald has a special re- 4- porter on the scene and all 4- 'the proceedings of Tuesday's X: session were filed at Edmon- ton last night, but the -trans- mission -was delayed until 3fes- terday too late for yesterday's report X is given in another column. 4- birthday on Thursday. He is still hnleishoukl do t.he.samc with it. That; and heariy and takes a lively mitres: i though the commission might church afairs. later if necessary to get some or all of it. As far as the A. G. W. Ry. was concerned he said its solicitors have voluntarily agreed to furnish the commission. their documents to v Bennett Not Present Mr. Bennett was not present the afternoon session. B. 'Hen- WHY SALVES FAIL TO CURE ECZEMA wood, an Edmonton lawyer, "was call- ed to explain some matters in connec- tion with his capacity as solicitor for Alfred Hawes, of Toronto, through Henderson and Davidson, solicitors of Toronto. Pie said he had returned all the papers to Davidson. One let- They Ciog the a Liquid Can Reach the Inner Skin at Since the old-fashioned theory of curing eczema through the blood ha? been given up by scientists, many dif ferent salves have been tried for skin diseases But it has been found that these salves only clog "the pores and said Mr. thought was not the view wanted. We refused to lake in the beginning and we re- uise to take now. The United States proposed as a means of the difficulty that we should give them the French treaty. Canada said no; but it United States is prepared to give us direct concession below your existing tariff we arc prepared to dis- cuss fit. TAFT'S POSITION President Taft pointed out that the cannot penetrate to the inner skin j only concession he could Rive would 11 WVJ i below the epidermis where the eczema germs are lodged This the quality of penetrating tne tremendous suc- icess of the only standard liqiud ec- Jean Moreas, the n'rencn poet, is dead at {Paris. He was born J-ie was known as the leader of the decadent school and edited several papers of this cult ter he Had destroyed a copy of: thatjzema cure> oil wmtergreen, thymol. glycerine, etc, as compounded in D. I Housecleaning Time is here. Your Papering, Painting, and Decorating guaranteed first class by was on 'March 15, and on the same day sent the original back to David- son. He destroyed the letter under instructions from his principal. The letter was from Mr. Cornwall to Mr. Kenwood. "Witness declined to say whether he had shown the copy to any member of the legislature -before 1 it was destroyed. Clears Cornwall Prescription. After ten years of cure after cure, the world's leading skin specialists have accepted 'this as ihe true eczema cure. If you are a sufferer from skin disease, or have a friend who is, write at once for a free trial bottle to the D. D. D. Laboratories, Dept. L. 23 Jordan St., Toronto. This trial bottle will relieve the itching torture at once. Try it on our recommendation. John- son Jackson, Proscription Druggists. DAVID CLARK P. O. Box 616.- 1 I Mr. Biggar volunteered tO[ take the stand and clear up the tran-' saction, saying he represented Mr. Cornwall in it and was anxious to make the explanation. He said it had reference to a claim of Mr. Hawes against Mr. Cornwall for 000 because of alleged profits obtain- ed by Mr. Cornwall as an officer of the Athabasca Railroad Co. in con- nection -with the A. G. W. railway. Mr. Biggar said he asked 'Mr. Henwood about the matter and the latter of- fered to settle for The i ler was kept quiet, 'Mr. Biggar notj being willing to consider more than j any how. and that much onlyl because the excitement, in the legis- lature over ihe railroad deal was at! its height and Mr. Cornwall would 1 have been wining to settle for some- thing like that, amount perhaps rather than have the matter dragged into the limelight at that time. Mr. Biggar has heard nothing further and I no settlement has yet been made, .he 'Royal Standard' Visible P. 0. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Alta. i said. Other witnesses examined i James MacKinnon, right of way agent Silent Salesmen Showcases are indispensable in a retail store. Our prices place high grade salesmen within reach of all. Ask for catalogue. THE D. R. MclNTYRE FURNITURE CO. Tilsonfaurg, Ont. "Medicines that aid nature arc al- jfrjways most successful. Jain's Cough Remedy sets on this plan. It -f> iloosens the cough, i clicks the secretions and to a all rcstorinR thc svstcr condition. Sold al ALBERTA REPRESENTATIVE GEO. WHELEIV Box 6S7 Lethbridge, Alta be through Congress and that body moved slow sometimes. The Presi- dent also shook out his desire to bring better trade relations involving mutual concessions and he -gave as as- surances of his willingness of a mod- erateconccssion to meet the present difficulty. They had asked for the French treaty and knew he could not give it. The question was whether we could give them something short of tho French treaty with which they could be content. added Mr. Field- ing, "wr separated at Albany and re- sumed the negotiations at Washington last Friday." A FRIENDLY SPIRIT The whole matter was discussird in the same friendly spirit and the de- sire on both sides to avert a tariff war. Mr. Fielding dwelt upon the problem that faced them at the con- ference, that was, to create a situa- tion which be accepted by Mr. Taft as sufficient justification for him to issue a proclamation giving to Ca- nada the benefit of the minimum ta- riff. Mr. Fielding ihni described the con- l cessions to number of thirteen i which had been grouted which did not affect anv Canadian industries. We do- to grant concessions to the United States alone, but the reduc- tions in the general tarifi apply to the whole world. Tho arrangement, Mr. Fielding added would be mutually good for Canada and the States. It had averted the! clisast-er of tarifi war. In conclusion Mr. Fielding paid a hi.gli tribute toj the work and cooperation of Ambas- sador Hrycc. He knew that it the government had adopted a policy of "stand it might have gained a momentary advantage and popularity but in a short time anxiety and al- Big Dissolution Sale MORE SPECIALS AND BIG VALUES The response to our advertisement last week was splendid, and we mean to keep up the enthusiasm by offering still better and bigger values Dining room furniture, golden oak or early English buffet, hovel British plate mirror Hound Top Extension 6 oak leather upholstered dining chairs 1 oak rocker, leather up- holstered Complete S75.00 This Value Can't Be Duplicated Three only, five-drawer Chiffonniers Three only, three-drawer Dresser Three only, Kitchen Cabinets Twelve only, Cocoa Mats each 75c Six only, Centre Tables Shikhb Gun Rtkly MoflB conitlw, throat and Innics. 25 cents. Lethbridge Furniture Co. Opposite Fire Hall ;