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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHlJlUbOK DALLV ICEKALU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTXBL.I6M ED O EC EMBER 1OO7 Fi tJisrert by Ihe Lethbridye Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., crefj UurW its office, Crabb Street. Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Canada. VV-. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIKKCTOU AND EDITOR PHONE: "Editorial, Rcportorial, Dept 1224 and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jcb. Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year..delivered___...J4.00 iaonths, delivered months, delivered month, ...___35c l year, by mall e months, b> mail ......53.00 ......11.75 3 months, by mail.......S5e Addresses changed as often, as desired, but regies aiusL be Kivsu. botn and old WEEKLY HERALD PublUzed every Y.'ecmoaday in eigbt or mere and 1 i sumimu-ys of i Lie news oi the week, local and district. 1 year, iu advance ____ 2 months, ia advuiicR tf mouths, iu itivnucti ...7cc THE HEHALD FOR SALE AT Red Cr OK Drug i- Hook Store, J. 0. sou ii JfcSi- son, Alexr.uura Hotel. pits Drug Mactcod Youus Co., 11. W. Pincher E. J. MitchiH D, L. McCrta: Westiike Bros. Cardston Aiiierta 4 Book Co. Fernie, B. Percy BeaJ. CranbrMi'-.- 3. A Atchlfioa. L. Reinec'ria, Grsssy T.usnam. Diamond D'Arc'i Drug iitord. .Medicine M. Northrun Vancouver, B. Xc-ws Co. Brown 213 -ith'St. Also on all C. P. R. got ihrcp hundred hew members in n day. when it is considered thai there are urokibly tbrfce or number of younjr men and hoys in the city who art- not members, but ought to be. The Ui' us i ha i Canada sreat nation. or London agrees with is to be the world's is now slated thui Batikor Trav- ers is That is always the last resort. The C. P. K. promises that will be yroai CUES h: snowbanks this winter. Like'other railway'ruts ilu- are slact 10 have them quickly. .Montreal is already planning for a population of one million in They seem to be counting a long way ahead in the Hast, well as the and in regard to the third item, from -0 to per cent, buties on seven items are lowered. The Items "ploughs, tooth and disc drills and planters, rakes, (5) culti- vators, id) IbreshinK machines, (7) uiitdstackers, baggers, weighers and finished .parts -thereof. On five oth- er items the ratio of decrease iu duty is the same, tho being from L'5 10 -'0 per cent. These items are: f 1) hay tedders, ij) potato dippers, todder cutters, f4) fanning mills, tarm and field rollers. I Jt will 'be seen, therefore, that ai-j though ihe reductions are' not as sweeping as the farmers would have tnced, the West lias.not frred so badly, even in the matter of lower duties on agricultural implements -aud inarhin- A fire in Gowgantia was fought with snowballs, and they had as much j chance of miendung a fusilade !of (ho same material, in a place of ,mlikeh. evejn of ;ilc much smaller name and much warmer i climate. Thai Prince Rupert is rapidly be- foiniiig a substantial 'city is ev- idenced the fact that_ nearly ?yy votes were polled in the recent may- oralty contest there. That's a reai good showing for young city. Careful With the Coin. (ToYonto Telegram.) Gnelph's streets are to be'so bright-j ly limited that' the populace could see; to pick a In-the ut a-coin PATIENCE THE UCH Ti.MtlS AS THESK are the times when the railway compan- ies get severely blamed when 'they, are nut to blame. Snow block- ades be helped, and it hakes to overcome them. The "situation iu Southern Alberta thisx-vin- !ter has been worse than it has -been for many years, lioth the C. -'IV R. arid-the A.'R. I. bave -been nobly in overcoming the nnfort- position in which they and their hare found The CQjriplaiius have, however, not been RAILWAYS tlu Ji'very' man interested in the welfare {nnri progress of ilie'clty should attend the Hoard of Trade, annual meeting tonight. Any such who are not inem- bers should pet in.'line. Secretary Mc- .Mcol win take the tive dollar bills. A Conservative paper, touch with .Mr. Bordcn. that Hon.. Robert Federal politics, liorden now. He closely in announces Kogeis will enter Pity poor leader .will have his ume uav- are not to blame for the situation and are iheir best ro overcome it. j Laborers.and have been work- ing long- hours :ind in the bitter told iu a detennined effort to get trains if. rough, received praise has given place to blame there was'.least occasion for it. The rail- have spared neither la- bor, trouble nor money to give the peo- ple the best possible service under is a French-Canadian of-great legal ati- Their work in the main has r'lllv occupied keeping Bob as a soldier proper praise, .and luti ranks. a Few Years Do j (Toroutp (Mobe.) j Keferring to the comiug census ofj Canada, the Calgary Herald says thatl immigrants entered Canada] last, year, of whom were from the Timed and that it is es- timated that the immigration for liill will be It points out also that tlie combined populations of Brandon, Calgary, Fernie. Lethbridge .Medicine Hat, Portage.. la I'rince and Winnipeg, iu 1001 was itt.TDS: in was loD.-lilO.. and in 1910 it The- -percenetage of In- crease in the-la strive years was li'O. A census taken only once in ten cannot lieey pace with the growth of the West, but it will eventually domej to its own. I 76 x 142 i-2 corner lots 23-24-25, block 4, Duff Addition Easy terms 48 x 125 on 50 x 125 Duflenn, splendid building site. Easy terms London Road in block 128. Easv terms on 51x1-25 ft.-corner London Road: and-Cutbill, 'with modern small lipujfe and workshop, terms .4 room house on Torrance Avenue, close in on 40x125 ft lot Snap handles v' Freeman MacLeod Go. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 The French Canadians .High Coun. judge of their race to tne Ontario Supreme Court. If there exceptional circuuistanees and thanks YCI-V as .nil-reasonable people [rather blame are due them. pity, in every way fitted for the jud- BOARD OF TRADE ANNUAL MEETING T From Other Sanctums iciary, he has as much: right to be chosen as an Englishman, an Trisaman, or a Dutchman, not because he is a i Freiich-Canadiau, but because be is UNltlHT the meeting uf, Deit uoesfble-rn'en. It is hard to out-j fniiv qualified for the job. the-Hoard of Trade takes place.' Inie a definite policy for it .whole and it will be one of the most! in advance, as conditions and nieetijigs of ;he year in diej stances change so rapidly in rapidly, city. The work of the Board.of Trade j growing cities like It is. is a very important wort, and to all the more necessary to'gecj it accomplished as u-should be donelgooii. capable, broad-minded men at i it is necessary to have the nest pos-j the: head of the Board. No one shoultl; sible men a the.head.of it. President! allow anything -but the best interests Bourse retires this year, and talfe a large-sized mar. .to take plr.t-1-, for ereryone admits thac under j of Trade Council. There should be Js under the shelter of the tho. leadership of.JIr. Nourse during'large attendance of the members iln1 years the Board has done I tlic meeting in. order that the work of i .____'__ remarkably good work. may have the advantage .that ,-'The main duty of the meeting to-} comes from enthusiasm ami the feel- MORNING down and a month to Please (Toronto Saturday Night.) Contrasting one 'Western Canadian centre with another is like stating the real age of an old maid, or worse yet, telling one pretty'Woman that another woman also has a share of good looks invariably trouble. Just now Saturday'Night is'on the black nooks ot Edmonton, because a contributor to this paper, on u. visit to nuiperons Western notiits, .had the temerity to contrast one'city .with an- Without Interest and j Without Taxes Pull Down the.iWall (Winnipeg Tribune; the tariff wall anything -but the best interests j "it 'isn't the tariff wall that's- --o I it vim of the city to. influence them in the! a leading'wholesaler ike .his {.selection of the members of the Board K terday. -it's the-jobs-and combining i other, worse yet. he underestim- ated the population of the Albertanj .capital, biiflie also underestimated the population of Calgary, according to latest there be- 3 official .datfi since the census yeaers'agq Edmonton shonld'not feel so badly. The Saturday Night j writer stated thai Edmonton's popula-j i rion was somewhere .between-ten-and! [twenty thousand, jvhile that oft Cal-: Price to is to select axcouncil of the very ing of- co-operation that numbers give. gary as placed at- from to. forty Ain't It Awful. C Tribune.) J.thousand.. Br the shades of Isn't it just some Dr" Cook' oil is too goodf THE SHORT COURSE SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE j :OM February 13 to 25. under the. to.the inan interested in direction of the provincial de- ;m'e- cannot attend a full course of agriculture, there at an agricultural college. The course those eastern men: feel that Britain's 'lor a man lhlls "Qder-stacej trade is endangered. And he same! ttie estimates. According men would tak eitt proposed fie given in Macleod si short course cove'B ine principal lines of ugricnl- tural 'education, as grain raising of classes iri agriculture. These classes should be very popular, and last year, the first. Mine they were tried, the at- '.vas very satisfactory. In tiiese short courses are given Lake a (U if the jioveni-jco issued by the Canadian ed letting down'a little! Railway, the second ed'ition of the present barriers preventing rhe wllich Iias3iist. left the printer's haiids.j freer importation of British sioods. clle of Calgary is put down P.O.Box 1979 For full information, call or address Suite 115 Sherlock Building The Troubles of a Pioneer Weekly (Hope. B.C.. News.) care and udging of stock, poultry rais- ing-, and anything else that any of the students may choose to bring to attention of the The course' Circumstances entirely our be decidedly of-our issues, but in spite of all the obstacles an! unkind fate throws in our wav we V. Lha Ontario Agrictiltural College at verr practical, and is corresponding-1 control compel us 10" LJiielpb. and ail who want to take the} Helpful and valuable. The men vrho! wobbly as ro the dates cinssoa' have to so to this one" place, j teeture are -all experts and in every i fcut'.in Alb'eriji.' the government course is arranged so as to be provided that the courses are heid the most.benefit. j still adhere to our "twice four or five different places each year, j There should be a large attendance! promise. arid each year the places are different I of far at and that of Edmonton at UNO. if either of these centres wish! to quarrel over figures, please rjiiar-.j rel with the C. P. R.. and n rtucuou ii ironi to demanded ---------U5ng "would you be now. only for In 'J he man slanceu at the olork. it c HOUR OF OPENING SCHOOL E L'ditor. Herald: jo-.j kindly me a line? in paper j reference to Mr statcmenf 1 in regard to the or dn.irs at j Central school. i Mr.-rtammon does no; seem ;o ron- ar ami. ere are children who nave- HWV" -THE TliADK ARKANGI-- s.' RKVEXCE Duties Remitted. "Toral amount of to IK- remitted bv tlie t'nited "Total amosiiiT of duties to be liy Canada. "Value of articles notr riuriahin which ibc ITnUed Stales pro- to make free. to .76.4 per cent. "Value papers. Sl47.iWO; InWemprnV ut" nH kJmi.-s mofor vehicles' ;