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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, February 8t LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD frl by the Lethbr.dge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., ever? tvetir? Ft itsofiice, Crabb Street, Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada A. BU Oil AX AM. MANAGING AXD PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job- Cspts. PHONE: Editorial, Raportoriat, and News Dcpt 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I ear, delivered .......HOC 1 year, by mall ........53.00 fi months, delivered.....J2.00 j 6 moutbs, b> mail ......J1.75 S months, delivered.....Jl.UO 'I month, delivers .......25e Z months, by Addresses changed as oCten as desired, but both new and old ;ddresses must lie WEEKLY HERALtJ Published every Wednesday la or more and summary s of the news oJ the week, local and district. 1 year, in i 2 months. In 't months, iu .advance ....Tcv THE DAJLY HERALD FOR SALE AT Good news for the lawyers: The ing. If .Canada grows more friendly early dosing bylaw has been passed with the. United States tlnit will nieiinj The fight begins after March j just, so many more ties between them 1st. and lii'ltaln. Canada is not going to forget nor forsake the British connec- tion. Canada's .'sentiments that ro- sard are not based upon trade nor any other material considerations. When the politicians suggest that Canada's loyalty to tiie Empire will he weaken- ed by a trade treaty with another coun: try they traduce Canadians and put loyalty on a nii.uhty cheap scale. If Andrew Carnegie got his money dishonestly and dishonorably, why take it away chunks as from him in as and use it bit such a good and helpful purpose as a public library. j Judging from the bills that come in there a wholesale supply of cloth- j In? sold the firemen the day thp Bal- j moral hotel was burned. They must j Have spent considerable time chang- 1 ins; their apparel. Elections once .in ten years be sufficient it' the contention of sonic 'o: the aldermen holds that the vote oi [tiunk had'contribu'ted Vo the fund pre- ;tho people of this city in 1M2 on iht to the Finance .Minister a mat. The People to Blame [Toronto Saturday Night.) Tfiere ifi an apology due Hon. Mr. Kieldins by the Toronto .Mail and Km pire, and by all other newspapers which jumped to the conclusion ttuuj ex-Manager Tmvers of the Farmers Crow Hook Score, J. G. son Co.. Johnston son, Alexandra Pec- pk-s Drug Srore, Young Co., R. W. Pirtcher J. Mitchel? D. L. Bros. Druj A Book Co. S. BeaL Crinbrcok; 3. L. Grassy Tugham. Oiamord D'Arc'i Drus Store. Medicine M. Nortlitim B. V, >uc- Co. Brows 2 IS il'u t'.. AU3 cn all C. P. R. I Carnegie li'urary matter is binding on tne people of 1011. ter of a year or so ago. Senator Juf- t'ray and .Mr. P. C. Larkin. who obtain- ed the Toronto subscriptions to the If the Conservative M. P.'s deuv llm eilhei. Travens of lhe back to consult their constituents on 'Bank or !ndirecily i the prairie they will find that they are unanimously favor ot" the reciproc- ity agreement. The irin wouldn't, be i worth their while if they expected tc i fiiul opposition. contributed one dollar toward it. Andi neither was that institution nor that' individual asked to contribute. As a; matter of fact a contribution from source would have made little differ- ence, as the Finance Minister is not It is exported that an explanation jaware oven tQ day who did C01I. ibute toward this fund. Toronto Saturday Night is not a party organ, never has been and 1 ;hope never will be. hut when newspa- pers, either Tory or Grit go so far as I ro malign, utterly without reason, Ca- j A Few taken at once 60x120 on Giyu St., splendid builciijig site, 1-3 cash. Acre Lot in Block .splendid location, -93200.00, or 3 Acre Lots to- gether, two acres all subdivided, on terms, or on hall' cash, balance arranged. 96x125 on DuH'erin in Block north, a. snap at terms. 100x125, corner Courrland and Crabb, finest corner in city for a swell apartment house. Terms and price on application. A few very good lots on Duke street facing south; if taken at once, -S225 each, 1-3 cash, bal. easy terms. We want your listings. Can give prompt action in both improved, and unimproved property. Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 i will be forthcoming that the Carnegie, j library motion passed at the end j of a Ions and tiresome session when j hhe aldermen wore tired and did not! I give it the consideration it should have; id. Ever hear that excuse before? Queen's Own officers are finding ADVANTAGES Or ALBERTA TOWNS nada's foremost public men, it is time J to protest. As a matter of fact, sue TMH? JriJCs jtaat the pace of a millionaire is are the cause of ,J1U71V a desir. tioii and better orices to these 'Iasc for ffieu drawhlg 3Q aVerage 3alary i able and much needed man refusing ro j VI THE.V ONE compares the aavan- lfu and Jicler L e i Pellatt has done much to __ W wges of Alberta towns with or climatic those of in the this winter has Droved; w be evpeusive than prairie provinces, easily the weather can; be severe ,n the ,053 Qf some Q, Alberta towns have the lhe records sh6w that.otj theibest officers. wnole the Alberta climate is very i 'nsuetJ more moderate and healthful j take any part whatsoever in Canadian' pnnlic affairs. A great majority of ouri i ablest Canadians utterly l.anore all: calls upon them as regards the govern-i mental responsibilities, leaving the; work which should be done by the best! Now. honest Injun, coun- fn of those wh; are fn man. ter of tee comparison. Oue advantage that is obvious ai this tirae of the year, is in the fuel supply. In that of Provinces to the east., dj vgry Mrrow and Manitoba there are uo coal mines i Then, too. the location of the to'-Mat-; lowing the people to have a chance cjliej for attitvde producing good coal, and as a the midst of varied resources and! say not they wanted a Car-j., qaence their fuel is brought from industries, makes it easier for men library? berta or Pennsylvania, with the result earn a livelihood, and for towns to de-j is tlie natural repugnance such men have to seeing themselves unfairly I criticized and improperly treated by Tfae Canadian neopie are to blame having received tnat ibe cost is from fifiy to two hun-! grow rapidly. The people j Former Prcsldeat Xourse. of the oal drcd per cent, greater than, it is in Al-! are not totally dependent on agncul- j Hoard of Trade, has been joined by an-' bena towns. Xo: oalv is the cost lessiture, the towns are not merely market .other recruit in the optimistic, class Jiut the supply is handier and mo-re ad-: towns. But they have mining close Crop Expert Acheson, of the C. P. R.. equate. This is a very important 2 ter. noc only for householders, but for'jbering operations are menufacturers. municipal plants and from any of the towns, other institutions requiring large sup- plies, establishments to -set. Another advantage lies in the rail- way factilities. from the BtEndpoint of freight rates is midway between the Atlantic and Pacific sea- feoards. and therefore has the great' advantage of having a double seaport outlet. This means more comoeti- If a countrv such as Canada. a s at a and they In turn provide more wors lor tue people. Taken altogether, in no place in Canada have the town more advantages than they 'nave in Al-; oerra and in no place should they grow j more rapidly into large and prosperous rnnr n j 1 s toe kind of talk we like to hear a proni jrorn an atithoritv. i witn the responsibilities and the v.-ork; the office, then we should blush for our own meanness and niggardly con- From Other Sanctums cities. THE BUDGET AND THE BRITISH TRADE BOOM A Tip (Chicago Tribune.) j Useful hint: Before going to the an- i tomobile show provide yourself with, aj light, yet roomy, strong and service- j lie booklets the gentlemanly duct, and not criticise those who tin-' fortunately have found through nc; fault of their own that when iit-eds musr the devi! drives, I Side Lights consi tiiat when the budget came in force, ?h_e for they have no reserves. j it would mean the ruination of British Tae manufacturers are unable to sup industrial activity, and would spelljpty them from stock because stocks Hear, Hear C Calgary Albertan.) Charles .Nourse of Lethbridge is The Convict Recognized The late Sir Charles- Hammond, whc won a parliament seat at Newcastle in 1SS2, scored neatly off a heckle'i j wno ventured to interrupt his dis- course. ruin for the nation. Of the jouraala are at their lowest point. The mills. good a propnet as he is a president "Get your 'air cut.- cried which opposed the government and therefore, have to work at full pres- the budget none has been more stren-1 sure to try to cope with the demand uous than the London Daily Mail. In j Shrewd business men are discussing view of its pas: utterances, a para-1 the possibility of a shortage of cotton in me latest number of the goods before the new season's crop Overseas' edition of the Jlail to hand jis available. Such a shortage would Is very interesting. Under the head- be followed, oi course, by a great. Ing "Tc.s Trade it says: "After our grumbling at the weather is done it must be allowed that we are entering into a period of very excep- tional general prosperity. The trade boom such as the trade enjoyed a few j ed dujies of a board of trade, there will not be the interrupter. another dry year during the present decade, and perhaps not for the next. Never As Bad As Pictured (Vancouver Saturday Sunset.) As a matter of fact the- results flow- chunges are never from though temporary rise In prices. in "The more prudent members of the j rmjnd to be as .had crjucs cotton trade are, however, by ncidLct% nor as as advocate3 con. means desirous of an exceptionaljlend. When the McKinley tariff rais- st Canadian farm iod of depression come to a definite conclusion, but it has seen followed by jreat briskness in business. The Tactories are full of orders, fuller in A Littie Tragcdy-of Love [tapestries on the walls, and dark, cum- She had told him that her fathei bersome furniture on side. The utterly disapproved of him, and had i bed itself was a majestic "four-poster" premntory orders that he that had been in use for something Sir Charles, who happened to be a; issued magibfrate, adjusted calmly scrutinized remarked: "My friend, if am not mistaken, Vthat even then papa might be The walls are covercd'wi FAME'S Buenos Ayres, wit-n iis many hand- some 'buildings of various kinds is a 2d his glasses. not come to the house. She j like two hundred years. Queer. Mary j Sood field for the sale of elevators, his Interrupter, and; trembled as she tola him and there! however, has swept all this away, and Already 512 of American make arc in j tears in her eyes, for she feared] the room is now a pattern of lisht and have been the means of you having' hearing, possibly reach, of her light-colored silk, and the bed is of your hair cut before Argo- one. ailut. -satinwood: while rich, silken curtains there. Italian, French and Ger- ctmpetltion is to be met with. There are no venomous snakes or mother of a baby girl, herself But he was brave. jof deep cream, edged with broad bands; boasts in fill 'of the great Adirondack When love was in the van, jof purple shade rhe windows. Immc-' forests section, although there are What cared he for any man? jtliately adjoining this is her Majesty's deer in abundance, eagles, lie was indeed no fair-weather lov-. boudoir, where dead white is the pre-i bears and beavers." building and their aftermath is often j ent aml named Rachel, told her husband that er, and the storm and made him'vailing shade she was tired of the good old names much stauncher in his devotion to the1 The King's bedroom is directlv op- borne by most of tho feminine mem-1 one girl in all the world far him. positc that of Hie Queen and is'sim- enough disastrous." The trade boom thit exists in Bri- jthan anything th tain at the nresent tinie must, be con- nourishes the iron trade dees place and save the reasons why. The j twsen Britain and the T'nHsd States Ihe whole circle of leading British 'budget is based on scientific trade nrinj international trade promotes inrerna- industries' seems today to he thriving, jciples, and instead of bringing? ruin friendship and good understand- The prosperity of the cotton nation is working cut ________________________________. Is due to two or three .-pecial reasons in a way that is surprising even to its The high price of raw cct'on caused a; advocates. The father studied f'ne name for o is his Maj- upon the scone, rear entrance, and private dining room, a comfort- j there was a sickening (.hud which'aide apartment, where about a dozen An unusual honor has jusr baen be- stowed a Brooklyn man. the Rev. is essentially i Dr. F Jacobson. %ti. D., pastor of the and the man of Swedish Lutheran Bethlehem churcb. corner. has been decorated with the "Or- lianglng of rich dcr of the Xort5l Star-, by hi, Majesty Gustav V., king of Sweden. ;1 to this countr Notwithstanding many cases than they can execute. Isldered as the direct result, of indulged in by the onlv "The woollen trade Is sharing the; working out of the budget. In ndvo j aolle" party about the cffe'ct of rhe prosperity of cotton. From the various ;catin? u, Lloyd George, its author. i agreement "on the British connection. v. T- hfphnilding centres there comes newE; and its other supporters predicted lhe onlv cffect of lhe rreatv v.m be e11 cal1 her >ousheenie, bill T indicated that he J.i chosen friends can be seated wbh .addition to tne Amencai of great activity. shipbuilding'that 5ust such a revivaj. would takello cerafi-nt the of friepdsh5n be- d0n'r by Lampton, in Judge. rare old famKnre is to be ol ths corp. and Country. ,v mns. nr K_T, ,._I >s likewise the most interesting fo A Tough Beard The story of the wtek centres about In the Public Eye OUR POINT OF VIEW jgeis into action with his men and is; Andy Carnegie is a few thous- of a tussle in the thickest; and to the good. now. -Part of the fighting. _ passed our had weather along Mayer Adams suggested the early it seems to have reached Ontario 'assessment, and Mcech ac-' In a hurry. [compllshed it. Both are to be conerat- j ulatec. So are council and the city as; The U. S. promoters are going whole. nead with the Long Sault dam. .inrlj Canada can damn as raucb as it t many who voted against, the! libiary in 1502 are livln? in Grassy Lake is going to incorporate! Lethbridge tn 1511. and what, nropor- a village and it won't be long t'.or. of the electors are they? Four It become? a towri. aldermen please answer? What's the use of a telephone tbsj -lanv.arj- fire losses This year wore ij cen-.eterj, anywav? The dead can't [twenty tines as heavy as ail of iOin cse it, and the spooks don't need it. January. IDH, was a record montb gi J in more respects than one, and we When the mail clerks form a union j may not see its like again. tre won't be able to post a letter, news- J-------- paper or parcel without a union label! That, reorganization of the city work on It. jlDat the council has worked o-.t is evi icently consKSeiert the panacea for all The wisdom of having municipal cor r; rhe subdividing of suburbar was clearly shown Jn the mat he Reed street extension. Peter L. Nafsmith would make a {he ills that the city has been heir to. million nr.d three 'piar'ers 5n in the .issfissrrem in what. IF considered an off year is not bad go ing. Lethbridge wilt go ahead rvny old in the of battle. He'rear. LOVE; being an address on that sub- ject by one who was hit in the neck with it last week. Valentine is the god of love. Mis day is 14th February each year. He then mails some lovely goqds to girls and others. These bear hia own Tuck M.- .Majesties will occupy when staying of thc since -tate gold, from Dauphin left him with finite are same as those" >s securely locked away in huge1 beard. He walked into the Russei uv lhe iatc Kin? Edward and Queen'snfcs in tne stronprest part of thc Cas-1 ber shop, and the deft lonsorial nnisv Alexandra. They are situated on eith- tlc- bcsan to operate. As the steel passed jCr side Of the Grand Corridor, which I Ncx' to the dining room is his Maj- over his face Glen began to squirm. jruns practically the whole length cabinoC where he transacts the "Is the razor all right, main wing of the Castle. The State business while staying at the Edward Gannis, representative to r Hampshire legislature from is ,tho third generation of cd the barber, solicitously. e ar, rooms {Q ,gtc. Th5s remainfi "Guess it drawled Glen, "if tho FCven in all. and open directly on aarRc as it was; in the last nandle don't Satur-jthc Terrace and gardens, with the Enough thc personal of the- J represented uaremont about 70 years ftgo. and B granrt-fa- tner, was representative about 100 years raso. of- i T-, An o'rt frigate Is moored In a canal statelv trees of the Great Park In the lute have ail ;ieon carefully re-- i ,_, t_ o v. to inc moat lasnionanle centre of distance. The principal apartment is and those of Goorpe rt_ her Maiesty's private It Is a bright aM chcerfnl on; creek. Tables are laid out, and Inhabitants of Copenhagen tnelr meals there, for they are botlf varied and Jnesper.sivo, such as on sea voyages. An Expert's student ,in a mctlknl college. !'l'his room has just been completely room, with a (lolichtfu! vie :wnUe learnin- the nse of the ophihni.! and refurnished, the prc-l'0ne of the The wall? en imoscope to a man's bcin? pink, cream and are hidden on even' side by row tn, j .tne palest of pale green. Here Quepn'O11 row of of wh'ch Rrc 01 vonca ara :eyc and report npon the condition win rccelre her considerable value. Kh jit. The doctor-io-be adjusted the take afternoon tea with them. Ac-'1's writing table stands In The middle. ook Co. and looked long and to rhe whole of the private apart- jingly into the subject's left optic. nients can be gained by a special en- "Most remarkable." he ejaculated, -trance, avoiding the necessity-of pass- with a surprised look. Readjusting the {ing through tho State Apartments, opnttiaimoscooe, he sgaln carefully; which I-nmpdi.itcJy atljcir. !iie eye. "Very extraorrtln-t The Queen's bedroom is thn one that nry. indeed." he exclaimed. or tne room, and is a gilt and ormolu; One of the most brilliant affair that, was formerly at Hampton witnessed recentlv nt the Court, and was used by William HI. '.court of Berlin was the presentation a number of Americans by A Roughly speaking, there are about aor David Jayne Hill and Mrs. Hill 2.230.000 freight cars at present in 'who were assisted by their daughter. V Thc Dispenser. Thc Picture Framer. PHOME 555 Continuous Service id. "I ne'verjwas used by the late Queen Victoria i service on American railroads. EachiMip- Catherine. For many of the Anv henrd of such an eye. This must hfr'for mriny years, but the apnrtment [one oi these is carried by at least eiglujerlcans, it was thsir first appearance ;'ome now disease. Hnvo you ever hadi'iow a very different, appear j wheels diameter is SS-'bcfor? royalty. Mrs. Hill and her ;nn expert's opinion on j ance to what it did in those days. 'inches, that, the total number of -daughter are favorites in German court "Once." was the laconic reply. "Thej fjucen Victoria kept the room in service is in the and are among the most pop- jmaTi who pur it in it was a fine much the- same style as it of 18.000.000. and their value ntjular of the official representatives 0[ hit of ]during the Georgian era, lowest estimate Mie United States in foreign society. ;