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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JIKKALP LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTA6l-liSM EO Pcbliffccd by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every its office, Crabb Street, Alberta, Canada A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND EDITOR Editorial, Reportorisl, News Depti 1224 mntf PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. rear, 6 moutha. delivered.....J2.00 S months, delivered.....ILOO J month, Addresses ciiauged icdresscs must ue siveu.. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail 6 mouths, bi mat' 3 months, by inaH ..53.00 ..11.75 ...S5o s desired, but both new and .WEEKLY HF.RALO'- V Published every V.'eaneaday in eisbt or mere pages, and oonialui sumniitr.vs of the news or tte and district. 1 year, fn advance j S months. in -advance C months, in 7tJv j THE DAILY HERALD VOFt SALE AT' Cross Drug BooS S'.ure, J. 0. Robert- son Co- Johnston Jsick- soa, Alexauara Peo- v. pits Drug Store, Co., R. W. Plncher J. D. L. McCrso. Broi. Book Co. Fcrcui, B. B, C. liealtia CtaresholT' O- H- RelneciCfc Grassy Laki Dr. Tugham. Diamond. City Dr.' D'Arc'.s Drug Store. Metiicins Hat L. M. Nortblitn Vancouver, B. C. World 213. 4th.. St.' "Also oh ajl C. P. R. trsln OUR POINT OF VIEW' Willie, the removal or duty on lobsters nothing to cbe immigration regulations'. -January do Will some mathematician figure out how jniK-h ;i housewife could in u week's meals by ibe oi the reciprocity agreement.'.' The reciprocity agreement is meet- jug with surprising favor all over Can- much commendation and so iiiia. mile criticism is indeed a 10 Messrs, fielding'and Paterson. 't'he Tory papers profess to be very much arraid'of the safety or the Bri- tish They need ii9t.be i, ror, as .Mr. Fielding said, the that made i: can be trusted to It. RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT BENEFITS at a-dirHdii t market to eater'to ami to' Koads The idea grW'Vut-of au'.-exporlineut made- by omj of the tennis clubs .at Billings. When was cut tho dust occasioned considerable annoyance, al so the fact that after each Vain the soil clung.-to the of (be tennis Players. ju looking about for a cheap iwider, otia of ed-the refuse syrup.- it answered the purpose .admirably' when with aalt and rvoured over Uie' court vo a n _i______._. J mariiet, and in speaking to tae Herald, .the "supplyi nas. been controlled by a ring... In the; ttiicgc-u ujui wnole ueal the small rancher and farm jmak.e a Qf ]Juy ef.16st.ouu Biit the redprocity.agree-j mey I "iiu jus uui er started to cry rum, because or ha K" consequenceI rl ne is in his observatorv. _-- the small reduction on implements. no ri been.tuac.ior.several years whole flrin woujd his first alar, ivheu 20 has been more or less.of a glurlu the; Qied then- hls discoveries j as oue nnen fotaliv i o'-e'd "eariv doiiiiled the number of! t aie banded spectra tyj-e ON: j I the work being done with ai Jc is alleged that Calory opticians) spectroscope invented by himself li i cent., but i hag round aud. ifo52 :doubloi Uie cnarge. stars. -He. .treats sick parVhioitpre! with an X-ray machine which he-huiui nimself. When to amuse...his -triends he does so with two cats which he has taught "to perform parlor tricks. He plays good cricket, likes golf aud i a rubber of whist: There seems to bei no danger of his drying up and 'blow-; ing away. j jnouL. now. ieiore. parliament, "win reui-j tvliole. situatlou... Tne Battle! raiser prices, and be! TQe hou8e cidentslty add. an argument that may indnce tfie Uritisli .goverismeni to re- inove tfie unfair embargo. Tee''removal-of the "fluty on dairy produce should give, aha- doubtless a great impetus'to mixed farming in the West as-well "as in the-East. Ttte United States provides >an im- siensc market for Canadian Imter, eggs. Canadians being in! it; Sin.elv.i5 a lae- main on newer and cheaper Js a are in. luie to sell for the same as the American farmer, delivering the same.Qiialtiy of goods, and make-more opposition in tiie B. inly numbers one, John Jar- tte member for Esquimau hav- ing joined the government forces. Un- til tne party in that province" is re- organized it doesn't make much dif- lerence whether there is an opposi- tion or noc. The first; Jast: and only issue of "The Great International Hummer" arrived a: our exchange desk, and O.1 am Democracy Sweeping Over the World j (Spokane Review.) j The foreign affairs that most cou-j -t cern Americans today are those oii and lucidity, the1 "hews'items of. sag- 'England, China. The'pol-j acity -and. veniclty, the -joke. column of density aud! abnsensity, the sub- Hit? auU' prone, because his outlay has not scnpaoii price of voracity and insat so oreat.'An. open market in the New j letv .ssa. fcaviiis: tie larger supply at his tagiaiid states will -give -the OntaTijj cusinraitrf wlii cerire tae greajer ben-f and-Qaetiec.farmers a. very profitablei Tas fanners of Ontario and ret am of the da Town Topics is-the name of a daily ad, place" to-sell their, milk paper .pllbjtshcd in advantage they quiclv-to seize: a leod E_ Pember. who publishes c? the reciprocity azo vhen a mistake was'made oays rlie ora men stiri zell when in the printing of the schedule giving ssiploa-cis oi isxle- asd osis and ,'ttjem an advantage not nearly so great LI crossed the from Canati-ias is no-ft' -given by the entire .remov Jaa asd n-er pons, and prices. ai "of the" duty. The same is true of! rhe -Maclebd "Advertiser also.- Judg- ing from the advertising patronage the nev." daily is appreciated by the ad-, vertisers as something good. It has a 52E. Xiare ever -fteas Jraisl and .vegetables, "wiia. the Tne eicep- bushel niore for] uonsJ.. The Americans have no wheat, bushel of Arsis'soid by every? oais. barley, cattle, Qocses, dairi' prb- vasaaiac farmer. aace of "fruits and vegstablos to sell imponan: Canada, except in some very local irosi the standpoint Use people of f "are dff- j_ removal .of; ferent from the general rale. Canada >r; good share of neFs" InJ'it every day, .and got-up sheet. uical situation in ..England remains( much the same surface -as.be-' late election. -But a slance! under the surface the .mor-1 al effect, of victory falls ip the erals. For. the iourteehr.lv lime- since haye .won ih-3 ec-tion. the Conservatives winning'oa-j iy six elections. The stream of cea-; dency in iiritlsh politics is toward; democracy. The. stars in .their cour-i ses fight against the lords, it is only i a quesdon of a little time now tin the: special privileges "of the Upper'House! are abolished Without Without Interest j and t< For full information, caller address i axes T ibiiui mca uOi P.O.Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 From Other Sanctums A Chicago Amazon (Chicago .Tribune.) tae dtr.y os scocS. Local cas an ail these to sell.) it. should not to identify-the ttat iree access to the; and the. ninety minion Americans'who! negro footpad who held up Miss Hunt! an are each .year becoming more of annir-j .in Hyde Park on Monday "evening. Ke have cta i. in the ban population. a market that] has a huge the rancher.? is not only Canada has.i of. her tee ise of rsestv per ceil of tie to of caule in Canada very [but it" is the closest and mcst natural; exceeds the iocaj cc-isanc. ti'e're can ixi no but aas icade riie Americas markers I tso otacdpoint of the 52 The enibarso against! tne CanadiansTiiav'e .ati the better of cstrJe in has aareement. MINISTERIAL PftAlSE T T !S X'OT OFT that a FOR OA5LY. PAPERS u.-t a "Some pecpie-think that the -vorid vci X Has been !z ite front of.the: 15 ti- Devil as fast as :c tf_torles granulated sugar from example. ;e scar on.his lace, the marks th on one cheek, aud car- ries several'inches oi her hatpin in is bcdv. Same Trouble in Ontario (Stratford Beacon.) and v.-e feel sure that when each ad- rait cverjr difference which jotning taiv-n is on a common tvveea tucm. to -arbitration. there.jtvjlj be little difficulty in secar- The Ue cacb individual cferstand ;perts why with the poultry ex-! along the Let us make a unites.] effort to se- is more profitable "than grain raisin-! 'connection mat more farmers do not go settlements rad- more extensively. many people Jn ;Ontario do not IKI- cJerstand either. -Beet Sugar .Refuse for Roads ..I.Municipal. Journal and Engineer. A scheme for improving the roads] sire of the State of Montana by coating them with the refuse from the manu- Set Good Example (Stratford Beacon.) Tiiere -is force'in the.contention of the Goderich Signal that' if de- foreigners flocking to this country to be good law abiding even- Canadian should set a Sat-Je for mora! reform In any of; TGe? are to point to reports oH fe'ar beets- is hein5 generally- discussed murders, riot5, debauchery, crime and' m tllis secnon and be subraitteii sin appearing in ihe newspapers, I; _; M