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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till- LKTTIBlirDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, April 8, 1911. j LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1MO7 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth itreet, LethbrSdge. Alberta, Csn. W. A.: Director and Ediior. PHONE: Edltorlil, Reportorial, and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation snd Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1 LOO 1 year, by mail.... njcmths, by mull 6 months, delivered S2.00 S mouths, delivered 11.00 1 month, delivered S5c .53.00 .51.15 3 momhs, by mail Addresses changed as often as desired, but- both ne-v and old ad- dresses muiV-be WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eifiht or chore pagps, and .contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. year in adv'anca ..'..51-50 t ciombs, in. i-dvnnce ....76': THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Core. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co.. K. W. Hamilton. Ptncher ell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Beal. S in advance.... .BOo FOR SALE CranbrcpX, B. Seattle Ate alec a. 0. L. fielcecke. Grassy Dr. Tugham. Diamond Dr. D'Arc's Drug Store Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. -Browa 4th St. Also en all C. P. R. Trains. Home Rule in Britain SOME SNAPS per lot 25 x 130, near Henderson Park. Terms balance per month; no interest; only-ten lots left at this price. All lots facing souUi. 8 room fully modern house on 40 ft. lot on Lon'don Road; near in; easy terms. _. 37 1-2 x 133 on CourllancL opposite 6 room fully modern house, Redp.ath and Wil- liam. A snap if taken at once. Tennis easy. 100 x 142 1-2 on Biulletr, near Loirdon, site. 63000. Easy terms. 62 1-2 x 125 Aviili 3 room cottage on London Road, near -Westminster. Easv terms. Freeman MacLeod H( A. J. BALFOU'R. leader ____the Unionist party, in. a yesterday at Lambeth, to show the people of t 1 thai they were astray to unite them, a? was Act of Union of 1S41. But was fund that this was mcst un- 'satisfactory. A change had to be Home Rule for oa-the same that the made. The Of the day look- JUST I.M TIME ALLIGATOR; If 1 hadn't, -been here to ctitc'a you, you would certainly have- been drowned. '.Judged Wiunifred voted unanimously for re- did "noi. want TO make iwo separate jciprochy. has sot the right inces that te ;colonie3 of theni, btu lhey P0l idea Chi, time." it in Canada a Did South A nca, He argued DrlUSO SUULIL -m> i j i. v, a. difference m the confederation wus colonjes An Awful Joke I'Maprrat'h Pioneer. you get fooled on All Fool's diil. A subscriber camo iu The policy of _, the- Atlantic coast were united mi seems to be to under -which the provinces agreement and then some. i the Democrat party jam! paid his subscription. pass the reciprocity Two more larpe brick warehouses formed the list of promissory business blocks reported yesterday. Tins sure- lv will be a greai building year. Out for Squalls iMagrath Pioneer.i At last Jim Ashcroft has reached i the of his Leth- j bridge City Council. There ivill likoly ibe soineihing doing in thru civic body! -the .'federaeles came too being. Canadas, not as on. body with that the provinces government, out as one oody is. i central government anc separate ' start inth and saw the 5 governmen-LS. Thai was of union, whereas the air c parts of Great Britain becauee the system 01 one cen- nnitedand to separate them tral government such as ooiams m .._ he going in the opposite Britain today was nor satisfac- piiou to wliich the Colonies have f Balfour's obvious conclusion, al-i The cases are parallel. It js plain, .n k made rheiv Pointers F though Tie does not appear to have ex-i that the present system 01 homp to iheffl jhe f Peterborough. f pressed it. must he that the Colonies {ment in Great Britain Is unsatisiaot-; _ j Wc rau tako v 1 should so farther, and give up England. Scotland. Ireland av.di ______ i tcrprise of Western Canada Leth-j '-local autonomy-for the provinces ami [Wales have jusi as distinct Thg deii.h Q. LaQy bridge is to spend for agricul-! become united under one government.! just as obviously local afiairs. of Qne niral society ihe School J I f, r-t i f _. i M 1.1 V i There are :i lot of old folks at home who will be very glad that a strike1, in Alberta, if it made then Pointers From the West 'Peterborough, Out.. Examiner.1) pointers from the en- bod as manv differences of people a H.-J v 1 i v- Ontario. Quebec. Xova Scotiu and fev flying of the ;ia? on the- school! i Uda's real She was one of1 Board of Medicine Brunswick. The latter saw the Iblnshed find U fame." without any provincial governin ies. "ButTMr. Balfour is off in his hist or j at least as far as Canada is of. local provincial govern-1 What, are now called the provinces and the people of Great Bn- ,V[ oi Ontario and Quebec are the fosrada- tain are beginning to se- more than On th- level, the! erboroush tlon of ihe Dominion of Canada. When j ever-that they are in not ha-i'ri- interred with Lethbride and Medicine Hat ".....have ceulralj intended pyrposJ of distributing 1'anlly big enough to make ai moisture ovenlv. spot on the map. i Quebec Act of [affairs, but OWNERS OF i buildings every :diiy, and has provided) for the rf-tn'oliliiment uank? p schools. Pet-jl an incorporated city i s thev first became a British possession jtiou. Britain should the territory Tvas organized under one'government for national and Imperial j government by the Quebec Act of [affairs, but there should be what1 177-1 But that did not work our he called provincial govern- isfactorily, so the territory was divid-'ments for the component pirns of the ed by the Constitutional Act of 1701 i kingdom. Autonomy is one of the into "two. Upper and Lower of liberty in the Domin- Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Berkeley, California, elected a'Meth; Liberal Loyalty in Acts. Not Words[ odist minister v.-ho was a Socialist j i Toronto j also to the mayoralty. What is this; The truth is that there is no place, lady. When the struggle government led to concerning the for responsible i ions beyond the seas, new legislation.: nor be considered the same in the do- Colonies, it wasitninions at the heart of the Empire? Ministers For Western Missions aiso 10 me llltl. ilu.u "The count is a gentleman with a knife, dress and go back i rests on a life filled wiih rcany not- and woolly West coming to any-'in the political life of Canada today [every way, aud. liosides he is work asiiin. jablo achievements. That advocate of Why should it i for the sort of Toryism that was ram-i marry my dav.srhtor. .There -jan be retirement at uO to ad- 'pant in the Dominion even a quarter of ]scandal connected with my riding v.-ithj A Grand Trunk Pacific survey party-a century ago. The loyalty cry and j him." j is in the city. Xow. how many people! high protection are r.o longer potent, j "That's not the point. It was :i IDOSJ FAME'S In a short vrhi TR MORTIMER CLARK. himself- without a senior to sell? f tenant-Governor of Onrario. ere- experienced man within many miles atert somewhat of a sensation him to direct or advise him. He has problems to face that are absolute- know exactly where the station is to The electors have learned by experi-j model car." be. and have got adjoining ence thru the Liberal party is loyal in its deeds if a little backward in wav- ig the flag. Imperial penny postage. n low moan, the unfortunate Even the Tories are beginning toj British tariff preference, the send- from her fain: would ;e party' ing of Canadian troops to South for the hush annex-' and the inauguration of a Canadian Toronto by criticizing; the policy of the realize that thev made c their] naval defence force are all practical; evidences of Liberal good-will t.o the' I .Motherland thai cannot be obscured P.. wilt enter on his He isj jthe oldest man in tlie Hu.ulish House of Comirions. ir. is hard to he- woman sank to the floor, after u_ for he }s artive. a feeole indication that on reviving; ______ write a; granadanr.lHers of PATHWAY vantage have studied activity a tsefitlness of this remarkafole it Mrs. iCIla Fiagg Two jGreeley have begun tlieii SUNFLOWER 'PHILOSOPHY lArchisoTi. Kan.. Glebe, i Hitting highballs isn't going to help Homes your batting average. .aunt. Mrs. Gabrielie Gleinleriin. and! About, ail the credit a. rich man gets Too Dry j others. 10 set aside the of thejis credit for being close. "Uncle" Joe Cannon, ut a dinner iniCrecSy farm at Chanpagim, N. Y-. said of an opponent: I claiming that, their rights as minors "His arguments are as dry as e not projected. Mrs. Gicndenin .climate of West I met a j bought, in the iiomestead in TRW. and jmnn from West Australia buildings have been erected on he iold IT.a thai v.ater was sojthft ground. scarce there no'nody ever wash [f you nro a fool he consoled by the frtcr. that you have lots of company. Cooking, unfortunately, IB not inclu- Jded in the list oE things that every Jv.-oman knows. plies equally es that are working mission fields the West. I The criticism is not a new one. Tf! has come from th? West to the auth-; offering themselves for the ministry ;am'j oritles of the different churches of to supply the demand in this country.jlt J5 Canada before Sir Mortimer made. It is. therefore, necessary :n such a prominent proclamation of It. yo'.ir.g men from ;he Old Co I'Tbe criticism seem? just, it least thing to do, it would W. Wooif. M. P. V. icr-jcci oxcopt w-llcn it Standing today nt the head oi Chi-1 I i ory icsiau. flis is i said that a West Australian' capo's great public school _ fact must be faced that there that Western Canada is get-'said to have been That he put some j soeiug clouds in the sky.iwltli ils thousnnds of teachers, its! not enough young men in ftl-erythinp from the government! money into some kind of a concern COVpr himself with a thick.hundreds of thousands of Tory members are com-; Canlsujn, to resign. hr.t the Kast is being neglected. Nevada, and tlint this concr-rn Iiad the noticed that those who are kiok- ..___- the hardest have never been nuch a prominent proclamation of it. yo'.ip.g men from the Old Country. T0 C0me out and seel I as It questions the wisdom of be to send the youn It must be pieasant for the Western Tito man who marries for moury ;ti never hope -.o do anything In iiin chilrlron.'after life that, his money won't Vtlng Old Country men on Western I from Eastern Canada to the West and jter. one ana assisiaiK.e are aiways ai, Schaf'nT, Roche, e' say t to take any credit and serious mistakes, Xorthrup, et al. is not, fair to them to the man and Ihe work, onally. bsinp low-browed, wo a man indulges in plait: profanity to the one who snys "By Qthers ior.a moment them. But i place them in such positions. Thcy'not bo made. have succeeuril uecause The of the traordlnary men. who made success be just as willing to romc West tindj come in spite of adverse clrcumstan- bear the brunt of pioneer work as nre! CCE. the Any yo'ing man Conditions of work on mission no' go to work wherever his! fields in the Wesr nro a? different church calls him has no in! from those in Eastern Canada as the'the ministry, and the churrh is latter are from those In Great. Bri- rer off without him. tain. It is not fair to take a man. If the r-hurch woul peciallv a young man. a student or cy thny would have fewer failure? probationer'. of England or SccJ-'ong their young men. would ImiH land, and put him on a Western field, a stronger and more fanada" S-vrly ti-is is and expect him to make a success oi try. and would f-irrher the work the, i f'-. ij it. Ho doss not understand the pco- havo at heart much pie or their He is placed on j nri ,u Awful I .1. Kiavelle. Jim hrad of (now rj'.'disffi of importing !C i k i he hoped they will apply the rule partially when they come to consider' the cases of a few dozen men sitting I Opposition rents Ottawa, who are I find have been for years drawing divi-S 'fiends? from the Canadian Pacific Rail-1 i Company nnd other concerns du-j of the border. If i holding public office in Canada i? t j a man I'rom doing n Ifgiti-j business whore he sees the rliance to do it, then the restriction! Lethbridge Ironworks Co., Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists. Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. Canada from thf United Stater-. How should be imposed with disregard of i OUR POINT OF VIEW the rule should ho laid down plainly nnd squarely, th: wo mny unriTsiawl hereafter that only j perrons wiiiniiit business srnse are fticihlo for public office. The snow is pone. Xow got nr, clean up those backyards. biiflyj The mine" apparently slime of a strike ip I for home for a visit. 'iiink tin- o TO strike William Jennings Bryan was offer-! rd million dollars to go nnd livcj Memphis musr be a j in Memphis. We know ?ome people.js'ay away from if Wiilfom .1 who would change their place of resi-'firyan wonld not faKp two million fience for half that amount to live there. to- Tin: KYE-OPKXKR TODAY AT Tin; ].KO CROSS KOOK CO. "fttsi por a Joke j j j oke" Univl 'mning Evidence spys the agent, of "we havt< a of We have just installed one 150-ton motor- driven hydraulic press, and are in a position to handle all kinds of car and locomotive work, such as pressing out and pressing in steel pins; pressing out old axles and putting in new ones; in fact, any class of work which requires a pressing fit. Jj you and Count riding in :i ai'tcmn'.iijr. Scud to us or we! f nnblisli ihe r-irture." j care eays the" Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 332. ;