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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HKHALO Thursday, 2U. LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD by the Lothbridfle Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evenlns at its office. Sixth street. Lethbridge. Alberta, Can. W. A. Minaging Director and Editor. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. PHONE: Editorial, Reportcrial, and Nsvvs 1224 -f DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 delivered........J4.00 1 year, by c, mouths, delivered.....J2.Q'i m0mlis by 2 months, 1 month, delivered.......35c months, by sail........bue Addresses chained as often as desired, but both new und old ad- dresses must be giveu. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more aud contains d summary of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year in advance t mohtiu, in .vlvuncs THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug i Book Store, J. G. Robert- 5 son Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Young Co., R. Hamilton. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Boot Co. "Fsrhit, i, 13 mouths, in FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. Atchisou. L. Raiuecke. Graisy Lake--Dr. Oum'ond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. i Brown 219 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. Trains. FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world A.IJ. 1710 HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND iii Sun Building, Toronto, H. M. Blackburn. FLY THE FLAG EVERY DAY f TT'-V. MR. PCGSLEY hints that it and kePl flyillg day iu aml day I H mfclit be i sood idea to fly ourjoui- to get idea lhat ilasr oa public buildings at sea-j towns every day of the year. He i points out that at nearly all such ports the. flat Scar> and Stripes is of this country. Why not fly I the 'lag on all public buildings, wheth-' r -a seapQrl Qr not> lhe hhers is an American consulate and j round. It might cost something to do! (from it the Stars and Strioes always! it. but jt would let people know that; the case, xfa- British flay should be 'more admiration held for it. i A Few taken at once U room fully modern house, newly hiiili. close in. with barn ami ll'.) ground spare on corner. snaji ever handles. Or. will irade for .u'oud horses. 7 room L'ully modern house on William i'lasy lenus. 4 room fully modern lionise, sewor, waiev. furnaee and hiiih handles, balance montiily pnyniiMiis. A few very good lots on Duke lacing.souih if hiken al once, each. I--) cash. bal. easy terms. want your listings. Can give prompt aciion in both improved and unimproved propcrlv. Freeman MacLeod Co. ij Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 TX rS TRADE GETTING EXCURSIONS .TJSIXE5S MEN'S excursions other than the increase f BUTLERS CEASE FROM BUTTLING AND THEIR MASTERS NO REST. i I I I Great interest !s beins taken in the doings of It will j be remembered, wroie io a butler just leaving a situation to :isk him whether I he would care to turn odd half hours into cash by writing.her lonp gossiyy riend-i letters about well knowu people in English society stayiu.K in the house where where the- do'J" relations and aood fellowship, that he was employed, offering to pu.y him liberally for this information, and saying an is ver- she wrote for certain American papers whkh insisted on having such ma- have been found veryjwonld result from this plan is I -proatable. The plan has been tried j l Reynolds here imagines Harriet at work and. it will be noted. Calgary, and-has been found satis- But there is another pan. which, it- safeguards for use of the deaf-anu-dunib language factory. Now Edmonton Board of'properly worked, should bring definite! by quests, and far-caps for butlers. 'Traoe is proposing to take trips into different pans of the territory tri'o- results. -The Board of Trade could j depute certain of its members to form1 5 men ai ..jualists. Tneir regard lor the larmers .Duaiic opscicu in ihis city and district'. Th and th'e consumer is never very strong.' is opposed to dividing iho university; i fit'Iii in this province ai the present; ry to that city. The suggestion hus; a party ro meet the business men ai 'been made that. Lethbridge Board or j the different towns .and place Trade do the same. But nothing as [of mutual interesrrbefore them yet has been done, except the trip cotild be arranged as to Grea: Falls, make fhem up with their own labor fget a better price for his prodiic-r in'of p.c.knawlerizine ihe kindly worded inns for something better in the ari-l citizens of DaH-ns. tias their own nrofir. directly and Tnited States than he does now iresolurion. and c-xpresFirjg thanks ine following opin--ro say the C'Jinmission oxpt-ri- all subsidiary ?ain which if thar rho case, he won'r ?amr-. jions from competent unthorities ir. meat, in thr> growing Texas city: .10 -TnanufacMirinc in rhc there. And ail the way through i'.; Stales." I is the asme. United Stares Thus spoke Hon. George E. Foster line, wiil no? w any raw stuff Winnipeg takes the cake, in the rct dt w manatee; uri s w w For real live fcuierprising jyurnalism reciprocity debate. Now. if: manufacturing purposes worth while j i this w-as rho aim of the Uniled Slates j knows ir. and is It could have saineri us JUP: tslkinj; tn alarm a innocpnr i; 'nad a report MI" :i i speech deiivcrfifi hy 0. H. HratHiury.! [the for Selkirk, on (he S! I Peter's Endiiin Reserve affair, antl aisr.; Frank Oliver's reply thereto. As; ia of Mr. Bradbury has aor; lye; his sell on i.ho su'o: jeci. and. of course, Mr. Oliver not j THE IMPORT OF THE MINERS CONVENTION 'rpHE MINERS' CONVENTION is ovr'-v a11 avoided by all wheuev-i 1 anii no readers of 'nonjht possible. Iteral'u have followed closely Tbe Convention nist cio.-sed has i _ The exTcnric-ri reports given by this pa jnn oae from the that 'per. Fr i, felt that iho the rnme! [up. t.nc aelegatca have d.v' Leilibritltf: Herald prints -ijinfi couple WM! he a enrich (hat agreemcnls m-lR, bc ,Flft Kepi 11 aoiisivo 'in the- industrial history of the district jand that the value and strength of the'that Calvary r.sonl" nrf> makinc organized and known as District IS opinion in jip ability to Jsecp a university wiih o the Tnitert Workers of America even when individual So ralga The Mistins mar ao' moro. which alnks to'fhp k-voi j----- nofif-ed that the officers of the of alr.ssc. Rut. unions ana the operators expire wldfc-.ric: anrt tho international board1 rho is-iue .has .MhertAn been nsioflf.! March .11. agreements must the moai in this pnsi-i'or sr. lonp to know that thr! renewed or union miit-i hp defeat- anrf as the left of and hiiildin? .ed. Whether or of fre.min.2 sgreemfnts fnr the propospj C'al-i be made amicahiy and withcut ajihe policy to be adoprel in conductingisary university with I'algary money i is the anxiety of in? negotiations with fhe operator? 'was given up Inr.c and tbst nn The people, 'he innocent. the executive board, the public hasitorr. was mado set ?he support! inp third pnny. in time" nf strike" r.o expect rhsr a reasonable si- for thr proposed university from thoj lockouts, do want to work will ho assumed by the miners, !provincial ,TH it sire? to- tlic miner, snspcr.detl. The It is jhe wish of The provlr.nni iUtiversiTy? Does i: do not. for -vhen n-ork ceases -o ricjfiiat Jlfis mav be so. and that -he or 'T evor know, that the! profits. The minor? do not. for [firstors likevisr- -n-iii tako .1 of :he Calpary nni- v.ork ceases so do wages. wil] enable the two ?o modi'lerl their requests TO thf-i living supplied from tho sgreemonrs smhom an1" disturb-1 frori the provincial; funds. Suspensfon of wr-rk is :anr-e of indusirial OUR POINT OF VIEW You can't keep .Jim r J. McGregor sense when wl11 "niltU' that the way to make noople lloya! is to restrir' rhpir ovcrnmcnt? If Calgary university is iber of students As tn the num- uo lio? safiat'y the AI- :i, tVie Edmonton 'Jomniiasioii! tr. has been fired, bur he is not in the! Tt is hardly necessary i t-oup "uy incatir yet. (opponents wlproniy r> know Thrt; LeThbriilgc ia send 1'np its shore and inorp in to lits ibnn Calgary K sija! atiuieniS will iiv Oie yn to UK- universiiy. WeVeGot 'Em Again ahowins; v.-jthin latest city Divisions outside the bound- nry ?re barreil. The names arc in black, riic now name; alongside in The pnnrr is mndr to the prire is 50c will be li'hnqr.TphCfl and lai'l on the mnp as ;liry occur. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Dispenser. Picture Framcr. PHONE 555 Service !n Dallas tin; of iiie Commis- Tliere's one thins I v.-o i would not flied hlooii. ivso. imyfiiin? clsf -.vas another most way of pennnnenf imr-rovrnumts mid j Hoys' Association, tn (the city always had a considerable! wrrrn (floating tire how he hr.d lirn-k a' Iri.ih- i government came in there was a Jrnau. ling dco; of nhout This has nn Irisn'tMd Koy at ihe; turnefi laii.sli on Mr reduced P25.0fto. and the .May Tc-imle. or hopes il will he wiped oni within Sa-d the Inshmau: tai the noxi ninety days." must aUnii: tlmt ii ----------------._____ italf :be Irish as p.ilic- A of sympathy anil.the other hnlf of it jilways bec-n n deal Volmie mustn't forjji'i jtnnf ts now to the "Sir th" Srotcli n-i niv: Ito be wasted on she roor Intlian. x ptnp otlir-r balf out .o-' io but. it f i.o Mr i'liio tirovo IX Till: -NATIONAL PARK. AT BANFF. ALT A. hi-s y IDEAL LOCATION situated close to i he "Sanitarium" and arijoin- iiiu i'remier Sifion's re- sidrnc-t-- am! facing ihn principal inp to fbe "Cnnadia TUTS IS AN for pariirs to se- viirt AX IDEAL srMMKK HOME (I a (iOODKEXTrXO pKorosrnox a; lime.- propos- als will be onHidfM'fil .up TXTIL by either. C1. iiOWMAN Or E. W. DOWNKU. CITY, ;