Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
1 XlIK LET1IBRTDGE UAHAr HTSKALD Tlwu-sday. February }C, Iftll. i i v? w i T LEiiiSRlDGE DAILY dERALD B EO D EC E VI T. 1C f Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. evtry lawful evening at its office. Sixth street, Alberta. Can. W. A. Director nnd Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Reporicri.il, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jcb Dcpts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, 1 ye.ir. I'y mall.........53.00 inoatlK. J moiitlis. by :5 1 ruonih, mouths, by Addresses as nfier. as Vvu both aud old ad- dresses iii'.ic! Lv 'WEEKLY HERALD Publiched everv Wednesday in eijht or more pages, and contains a or" ilie news of the week, incal district. 1 year in a i-eopie thj? city, ss TO arise. From Other Sanctum: Wise People (Orillia A company of Midland men-is is? i-iiij iarids in Florida at acre. People hereabouts are iave in lands in the Canadian noi'thw RECtPFOCiTY DOES NOT MEAN ANNEXATION IF CF-IAii? OI-ARK and others vie1 to :he British Empire- and any I13.VS cation- to his war.thriee. treaties chat might be made rviil to '-til: th? reciprocity idea no vay interfere with this. Can- :.rher rhc-y to on talking: have net the slightest idea or reci'-rocity being a ie-d- desire o: tensity a political union. ins. to the or annexation. I: the United States, and ?.ny talk for one urinate thst tne public 'o this idea j'-oprjed frch'rocitv would erroneous an-.I iiarmfVii. the peo uriion -jt the United tlie United States Tvtnt to have Au'i Canada they kill trade Canada they can have they by accepting this agreement, but the WQO b..it is all ii araoimts.to. All the trade nil: thus a delusion. To Can-1 concessions they could sive win nev- 3ut! Fighting SLtts Them (Toronto Globe.i Mexico ha? iirchlblted prize fisiius and even boxing Bull- iiahrinc may some day be put under i ban. i Appropriate" Garments Tiiore are times when the puu. ruuchj and poverty-stricken ami asredi :i? it Kent-rally ;s> to justify its' appearance. One day when Mr. Pot-j was trying to read a romantic story .to his matter-of-fact wife, he had re-1 course to a. pirn to save hi? temper. so the evening wore reatv 31 r. Potter, "U'hat did it inquired his. wife in her dryest tone. ".My dear." said Mr. Potter, after a' scarcely perceptible pause, "if yon must know, it was the close of aut- ucin Companion. put a A Lucky Quskc Chicago Trlbune.1i ".M'.xlit not. an eartho.tiake finish a warm commendar.on Jersey ig so f tne New j-raey .sororaor s action in-may he given on the side of those demj -Xor a vacant house can be obtain- tbey did not TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS men anda womnn will be Luc local ed B.kh pcrjtfry the complainant. liev. J. G. Irvinv "Yes." "It is a. notorioti.s rule, senator.ai contest tn- feta'.e, who insist thai the to in r.roston this winter, every avail- moisture, when to each user in proportion to his ac-( So much for the causes. The re-1 S suit was "loss of and thej trait grower was what damage followed. fo_ ,he defcpce o; orchard rejoic Counse'. for the defendant thoughr; there w-s "i of was piBinjy ioss btiuer therc> h'.5 onr.ortunity uf greater luxury at.joss mv one ol' sisteui-y. arC a jewel. Benefits From Reciprocity ?.ay ihar. did when Smitb.' effort of the special interests to roa-' and Xew Jersey co-porations trol convention of 101 i' ?avc him the giibersatorlal nomina-.Let us hope that, in taat oonier-ri ana held before his eyes 'tm Governor Wiison will be found sper.k-! .tempting hope for ihe presidency. sajne language he spoke Re-irrooif- mnsfto'all appearance kr.ow, new tl-at rrimss arc roe N'ev -iersey 10 most of our farmers a belter' iu tne name o; conservatism. :e5t. and fighting the same battle i.-.. fcjaher prices, to j anil rhai thrse specia- ofren Ae upbuilding of a Democratic parry! with. Afif, mosit af oar j use good mc-n ;o arcnrr.pn.-n iheir had. rhat shall be free f row ?he domination ipcopln arc liheiv at firs; !o find purpose. Ke knows now that rhewar-of special interests find of real aer-'-coat of food hi-her in this country in j .10 preserve- poplar government in' in the offort to pcrpetuat- if this should happen America i.- government in Amerita." "Thar isn't the exclaimed the rar.chor. time it rains, rou "That woiiHi be sei foi- t lie deienco thought. Sirti.ljroy Council 'be Social Moral Reform ;.o enforce Jiquor, laws by locr-1 pollce instead of outside detectives. The Quebec sovcrnment will takn ess a action to stop the illcpal sale of cn- hail suffered iwiw ra'.ne. 1'remier Goulu has had-a COM- inVlexible court' Terenco with the Montreal judges to because she was jillcg-! discuss it. i Sergt. Harrison, of the Canadian argues that fpormanenr. Army Service deprived of is is wanted on a charge of j i'orpir.g a chorine for using Ihe an rjjf..lt_ Quebec City will mr.ke a bid for n Mft to the States. o into iho house. I want that wa- j "I said a bait or ever. ing ;.ll'S shiphHiltlins plant that is Tlin Electric "Ran way Co on Mic Youth's Compani LOSS OF HOSPITALITY ion the judgo, fSenvinu the Counsel for the plaiir.iff was .-opal i Chicago Tribune.) a? an important to snntch a meal hero _ Somf; me" nre srt jlec by the barbarous opinion of sori-Vy thn' tho-v' wi by his if persons Pack3 if nothing mere itui.nnrvrtt: ii-.iif.iie.-i !social (mporr.-tncc were roaming f.J.j .lias f.ic contract to the Can latliaii General Electric Railway Co sinus to bear! for iiio nbnr of the r.ew pov.-er ststinu lake rofks bo erected summer. It .will he n four units of 3.000 kilo- each. and Interest.- away "Ff Governor hnrl known in v.'bat be today hive fou.ili! ID Tuth the Pa liner and force-? that were workina: ns ff-p'.ih- liosn party. "fr. the of of pop ai asset, which mizh; mean 'le rated hosjiitalttv two factors will speedily affect the sit- meai drink, or. less Barbarously. ja, a as a mental and the! wise the roatroom "trr.sf1 before Mr. Justice Darling wjthont any ,v s-tl; in hettfr profits and higher Kind's Bench division. :on. rven wn.- ono nf es to inprtantjlf and industri who bolted cosuy. to pay OUR POINT OF VIEW If ihr.i. .T.'tp from iivg he a tlir-pcry one. is overlookine an opportunity in not i si. after her separation from contracting Tor the v.-n if loorl hrr 7- v, i u s o.err.i t.-ai [ormariy jn Oiir fushionjible homct-. tf the: mr'rr fricnrily doors to her. come rr.crely for victv.nis they! n. ..IP .lounjal mi- her. Mrs. Maria might .ia well be snick up for a rjnsr-1 ft o, rocipvoc- Hamilton, wife Admiral Hamilton.! tor to cot The dll id Am Irrigation YV o. Are off- enne r lor sa ale enicrc-l thc of "r.istory- of over the. moon .'hat cl; the roliri.i -i is a .urim .booze. p'1' h-'-; t Side Lights A Large Topic Nc'.vlands. of N'oviu's', the unfortunate lady passed out of I Mrs. Aaqnith was a witness! lift. This was bronglit oat at j >ri'! .th? recent, trial. The prorodnre fns-j "Hsivo yon ovtY heard of a lady bs tinned the attention of Judge ing excluded from .society she] whose was greater than his tlio I information. of nny time -Crcov-i move. rO-.t sY.y sci: I information said ihe nimble-wilted': "There is one thine, which Oiight t.o: ao.iriiir; in doivar- one day, sonrlns; ?o w'fc of rho pnnio ministor. "I should 1 be cleared he said. "Mr. GUI ask-! i hit thft realized say ft is a passpon in society." j 0J a Question Jprf to the lady'" was gettins- n triflr flowery, and in "IV, you snsgeai that they cut you j saying "that slic was never invited to1] cv.-.se himf-r-if. .-Rid: 'Indeed. Mr hrrranse of askjcsurt io 'ho time of Queen be' od of Mrs. West 'because ?he had taken prorecdin-s or. 1 p.ll; "V. a woman is i'ronW J (IJv.trcr .-.gainst her husband ?aM (ho'plainUff. "and it "Mre. rounsel for !he cneapest lots on the market i i 1 e icli situated north of th" track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co.