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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TJJV J.mUBBJTHm DAILY HEKALn Wciliiesday, Maivli 1, 11111. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PubUthed by the Ltthbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office. Sixth street. Lethbrldge. Alberta, Can, W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONB: Editorial, Reportorlal, and News Dept.-' 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Deptt. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, deliveTed........MOO 6 month*, delivered.....$2.00 3 months, deliverPd.V. Si 00 1 month, delivered.......35c ; year, by mall.........�3.00 6 raomhs, by ranll...... 3 months, by mail........S5o Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses raust be (riven. WEEKLY HERALD PubllRhed every WednesdRy In eight or more pagfw, and contains a summary of the ucws ot the week, local and district. i year In advance ....$1.50 ( S mouths, In ixdvanc* ____7So ; THE DAILY HERALD Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug A Book Store. J. (), Robertson & Co.. -Tackson & Co^e, Alexandra Hotel, Feoiile's j Drug Store � Macleod-YoUDg & Co., R. W. ; Hamilton. . ; Pincher Creek-E.J.Mitchell, D. L. MeoT)le, as eWd- one of those published In the Albert The experience is not the common nor that will.' The elections were fought enced by the results of the bye-elec- an's publicity n-:mber. The Chief taJtos it ihe extraordinary. The world i^, out on the stand made by the govern- tions held since the general elections the precaution to say that it Is a tnip a cold fetone wall to certain seuskiie ment, and to which they still adhere in Decenib&r, are solidly behind the siory. [t is a g,K)d one anyway, and self-conscious i>pes of men They Any weakening on their part would governmem. By standng solid on the, well worth publishing. i seem to lack the artillery f> batter tlirow the whole matter back to the position they have taken, the govern people, whlcii would not be right in ment place the Lords and their I'nion-vi%vr of the eBdoraatlon they have glv- ist supporters in a poiltlon that they �n th� present proposals of the govern-'must ultimately give in, and that he-Bwnt. .fore very long. HON. CLIFFOHD SIFTON'S POSITION I T MCST te admitted that Hon. Clifford Bifton'a atthutJe towards Is a man of great wealth, largely interested in Canadian isdustriet, and I down it.s forbidding defences and force T, P. O'Connor says that the Kitig! oj-enin.? luroiigh the gap. It is not has gl'ven Premier Asquith �permisaion ''owardice. It may be timidity, but a! to create five hundred new peers in i'of self depredation, order to carry the Veto Bill. This is' Such men are Imaginative. That evidently a part of the' l''a.vs tricks with them in the even, budget scheme. Five Uundred new'ii'g and tricks agtiln in the morning 1 Lords mean five hundred new Am-' I' magnifes the possih^iiies twelve j erican heiresses coming to Britain, sudj hours away and magntles the dangers; think of the income tax. iBt hand, .\dvice is useless, but we i - ' suggest in the present case a dash at. the wall. Us only paper. Side Lights : reciprocity will carry weight, and ;'^'''c.v aJlied with many large-corpor-may affect the opinions of many peo- ations. Whan he voices opposition to| pie, eBpecially la tlte Eaat, where he la reciprocity, he is not representing his, Sir Edward Grey was right wlieii be looked upon as a Wastorn man The cnnstltuency, .hut the views of the men said that Canadians ara grale.'ui lur Western farmer, aud .\Ir. aifton repre-j*^"h whom he Is allied In a business the assistance given their ministers Bents Brandon, an agricultural constit- ^'''y- 9>fton is out of touch with by Ambassador nry( e in ail their iie- uency. one of the most progressive and'"'s West, and the demands of the gotiatlons with the Cnited S'ates Ca intelligent In Western Canada, has, His visits to the West in re- nadians consider .Mr. nr\ce a.s on? i>f been agitating for a lower tariff, aud years have been very few | theii- safest and friiest friends aud ad his wishes have been met, and the low The desire to maintain the British certainly appreciate the In �r tariff la now ibeing opposed by a preference e.^-pressed by .Mr. Siffon' terest he has shown and 'he work hi, j.oor linie .Mrs. Willis, member representng a Western con- will find support amongst hundreds done in their behalf. Unionist nr Etltuenoy. .A situation of that char- who are advorntng reciprocity. We racks on the Ambassador will receive acter will be useti by the opponents of want an increased preference for Bri- do symi'athy or support in Canada. reclprociiy for all it is worth, and will tlsb manufactured goods in ihe Canud-j ---- have its affect, no doubt. iaii m.n!i-1 was alwayf sorry nia. i'.ai yo-i spoke so i-iidely to that Mamma-Well, my dear, pray where is the .siiti.-^f-irtion of beinp in the hr-st, fii.-tioty if you (anuot snulj ihofte nbu, are Out of it, ' ' From Other Sanctums Investmeints Sherlock Building Phone 1291 'Wake Making Good up, c\iU." sHvs the b'lrglar I^^"^^ P^""" aniniaU i land, his teed and the establishment Established __^_ ^ iWinnii'eg Free Press.'i Professor Leacocks poBltinu as 'tie A WISE COURSE FOR THE CHURCHES ; firs; huraoriEt of Canada, has been TOMORROW In .Macleod there will' ^'i'^ unseemly rivalry between ilie con- confirmed by the articles on reclproc-be a meeting of representative!: .?regatlons Is such as to lessen the Ity. which h has contrlbu'ed of the Methodist and Preshy- Prestige of the churches in the eyes, number of Canadian newspapers. terian churches in Alberta io 'I'e general public. j --. trrange tor a division of the mlsslDn 'I'lie chief dlffifjulty in ihe uurkinK ^ Dignified Reproof fields in Southern Alberta. Everyone arrangement \ the Preabytcrian iTor.^nlo .Sun.) who Is at all Interested iji the work of and Methodist churches are iryinii! iu| KnliKhicned piiirioiism o--.ves the churches will recognizo the wisdom make in Alberta lies with tiic mem-^ s.ppo;t of i-ff iprocit> of such action. Thetf aiP m.iny mcni- li�r.'; ;inci adherents of tliu chiirches ip '"� those hers of these two (lenotuinatioiis. wiiu 'He different niissiiin 'i'^lrt:-^. If :h Prfi fire inM in sympathy with the proposed bytPri.-)!! cause is 6.=;cai;lished in ii, rff ,'"'^'a fr'cu those s;i'rifi'-es for l.-njf-r union hy which tlip>. -..j^eiher with tain flate, as soon as tl)ei-,� ,r() foar '�'' interests to whlr-ji they affection the Congregationai Chnr.-h. �.vould be- or five MethodMl families there, ihny !'he advocates of recijiroc come one church. Bur pven those who start ro ugltate to have a Methodist � snswer 'The siicriiiceB at patri a do not want to see the union take pi'eacher. If the Methodists are in l".^'alty should, like suund ta.\ place, will a^ree that the action to first, the Pre&byieriana follow ibf f'lual ami -^eiierai, thn\ i-^ .�^ame course. If their governing bodies do not accede lo their requests the\ make trouble and the result generally is that they break away and do not affiliate with any church whatever This, of course, is not desired by elih- ti tic mem - - ..... jjj'i'o those who say with t!iro),!jiiitj lliear'. that reriprticiiy will tllvr^i-i I'm nada fmni sliakiuK tile man bv the shoulder. i The man wakF>s up-and iumps up l^rcpd o' men ' l^�s"f. the colujni..s oi ihc public too I' 1 � Qur loss whb �.5iuu ail' J(>o:ry h, Jc anioiuit o' $.50li or' .K^old watch," ex ^^j. volumt^ oT business, b'll will : safe and sound loimdation, mak'^ig il papers � i ;,Ot to Vou caii't Lcai ni*.- dal av t;;Hke good ilic pnra.s>tcs out. '"'Sht}- industries of the ., i province, .so that it will no longer be intlcr ""pt-'-scnt f^^J^Jf. | necessary to record with shame the .'terrible, ,ind lo advertise abroad our hard winters, which, in fact, i.s not true. With rcasonahle protection tor stock our winters are. i mild. H. A. WALTER. jratllc men turn at large their stock! �'i'e-yps? " , (and employ a few riders to keep the "Well, ir.alM. t oii. sport .'vie pard-1 calve, branded, and to drive them ner dai w.,.>, w;,;.-iiiii on ile outside' abniil from plan- to place, .so that made inc r->lir milking oi a Uriiish (,'olony: ".Alrica is a British Colony, i will ti-ll you how i-:iij,-land does it. First 8l-(.' geia a tnissinnary; when the mis feed 111 the coiiutrv no1 under lock i and kev. ' The first (-orrcrtive .should be a law niakinij stock at large at all I limes of tlic year, a trespasser, subject oi bcinp; impounilcd and held (or | expense and damage. j This wouUi compel tlic stockmen to laiiil ior their THE BIGGEST SHIP iXew York Prose.) Aquitania, the name now given to (the new Oiinarder building on the ramrcs ooiiiDel i *^'^''^' * "'^"^^ tonnnge of aO.OOO, , , , "T' I ''hich ta 5,000 more than the twin ttiPni to employ herders to keep track ' of their stock Would also protect White Star llnera OlymDlc and Titanic, and almost d-nrarfa the Lusltania and them from trespassing hands of .stray jMauretania, of 3li,500 each. The length of the blggeflt sbip la 886 feet as against the Luaitanla-Mauretanla stock. The law .should aiso compel the Vol! can flatter a woman by telling her she looks like an aclress. but il makes a man mad to be told he lot.ks like an actor. Sol only must the tlanoers pay the liaaier, but tho.v win find . that he raises his wages from time lo Mmc as the dance goes on. Hardly anyone seems to think H makes much difference whether the cut of father's trousers is In slyie or not. .sl(jckmcn to provide winter feud and "HO, and 25 feet longer than Olympic I .sltclter, and for the neglect of the !''"'tanic. Wliat Has Dandrutf Got To Do With Baldness ? same, poor, llie owner sUvrvint; of the brand.s of and dead animals sioiiary has found a epeeially beauti should be suhjt-ct lo heavy fines. In the past any dislo.vnliy In Candda liH fal and fcrii'c ii-a,-i of t-ountry, he gels all his people ai'o;,iiil h'm and says.-�Lot lis j.ray,' and when all the eye,-! It we were given to puns, we might;f""!? of duties on agricultural Implf,-! except when there was commercial dii' Bay that Clifford is Sifton ihrouph the "ipi"- He lives in Calgary. .V.itfl tress and history affords no example ^re fbut, u;, ^-oes the British flag.'"- Liberal party. i�ed. I ^ ^ ^^^p^. ^^^^ prosperous people, who Harper's Mapazliie. A Texas representative at Washing-1 It looks as if It were all up with re-. ton described Roosevelt as a 'human j oiprocily, as far as the U. S, Senate Inj seldlitz powder." Ml.x before taking. |la concerned, at least for thU session. -- iTaft will make them , , come together ,, ^ The people of Barons must expect to!again and force a vote one way or the ljia| handle a lot of money this year, when 'other. yielded Its national integrity except to superior force. Timidity (ChicatcQ Tribune.! The following letter bears the atamp of .sihicerlty. "1 would llkB to ask you a few ciues The Board of Trade at Edmonton I tions How Is it that along about r, will ask the City Council for $15,000 o'clock In the evening 1 feel like a Considering the nature of the weath-: for publicity woik. Thn AJberta cll-lrncehoI^se? That there Is nothlna THE LETTER BOX This again would not work an in-jiuy lo (lie .stock bi/>, hut would emplovtiicnt to many more iiiL-ii Would savti the heavy loss to the opoii range herd, would in open winters bring the stock through in beef condition ready for the market. Pan of Aqiiitania'a amazing equip-i Tou gee ih�- siatemeni every ment, added to auch lately common- aruft,"'riut"1�Tt"^* place lu,\urles as telephones, clectrlw T''".*' dandruff often praoodes tho lights, wireless telegraphy, daily news papers, elevaitors, swimming baths, etc., is said to be a complete theati-e, aparture of tho hair. It l.s equally true that at which regular performances will he given with poj-hapa every feature characteriatlc of a Broadway pla.v-; taouie, except ticket speculators. This, with the attractions of the 11 - yon know men with a nhork of lialr ynu can hardly pull a comb IhrDinrh, who havo carrlpii around a �jandriiff liiden collar as lonff as you l,avc Known thorn. Vou have �I�o j--een men whose scsilp was Itept OK clean as a bativ's who�e hair wfcs surely (IfliJarlIng-. That dandruff talk sounds wnll nnd 9P) I hey want a eocond bank. Good times i ? ahead, retl jetci ,. during February, compared wit.'iies will be well advertised this year If F"^ihat of the same month laat year, the [all their respective councils meet the , I hulMIng record of Lethbridge Is not: requests of thg Boards of Trade dlaappotuUng. | --- ihe department of education for Al berta will have a revenie this year of The U. S. Senate made an advance TiQpi Btep in papular government by passing j5:.'0(,f'tiO from interest and lonsas on The*' '"^^^"''e providing for the direct el-j school lands. In this way unoccupied brace 'jp, throw out my"ch6st nud be- necessar then which seems Impossible? I am at present out of work, and Just about that time 1 say to myself: Look here you are not working; your money is all but gone: get a wiggle on you or you soon win bo on the bum. After I talk to m;, self along that lino THE FARMER A\0 THE STOCKMAN Kdiior o! tin- Mi-rald : .'-^ir,-Kroi!) liic i-X|iet leiicc of llnis wouer n would seem a.s tlvougU the ti;iie ior the ^nMTMiie.-it lo rcgulntf; 11,c slock valuer ,noulil not be longer dela.i etl, 11 tliere ever wa*. a reason for allowing bajid.s of s;ock r-i all kinds tip run al large lo shift ior themselves, 'o wintt-r if possible, to die if and in hard winters bring the stock brary, dining and grill rooms, stnok-tlirougli without loss. 'log room, gymnasium, and promenade The losses of the winter of lOOfi and IflOT and again this year is noi only .serious to ilie cattle men and to thi! country .it large, hut should be viewed hy humanity, as cruelty to duirth aniitiais, anil llieir dead car. ca.s.-ict; blioiilrt cty to civilization for protection �deck, may servo to beguile rhe time bo tween Fishguard and Xew York. By convlnce.� a soort many of us, but let us not fool ouriielvca. or! ilRiidrufl' Isn't n good tlilnij to carry around, but It Is only an Indication. The game trouble that, cnuMs tlio hair to fall out usually oauacs dandruff, ao If you f^et at the cause and arrest the loss of hair, yon will slop more than mere reduction of time has ^''^f,^,^^,irsuione find the trans-AUa-nttc trip been shortenwl tl the most satlefnctory Iv.ilr healer atnpo If � faslpql '""^ dri-H.'ilnff Du'y have ever uned Since It took ten aaye in tne lasieai , ,( ^oe;. stop the hair from fallln)? flyers of hall a century- afeo- The wait-1 out jlng hours are shorter than thoy were. . Yoirr Nyai ^ruglJisf^heo'rfuiiy rec-If in seven years the gross tonna.?e �"|'mands it-ll.oo and 60c m sprinkler ot the biggest Atlantic liner has beeq * BOLD AND GUARANTEED BY ALU LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS The stock inriuslry must eventuallv jmore than doubled, who can say when I pass to the tiiicr of the soil, where the limit of size will be reached? Ap. J It belongs, the two go hand in hand, .Parently there baa been no sacrifice of leation of senators. That will largely ^ land helps very materially in support] gin to take notoa as io where I wil'. The time is nov lellBJlnale the �bosses. : Ing the educational interesia of the go In the morning to look for a job | slioiild he .^topped province. ' There is no accounting for some Mea't opinions. Imaglae a man in' Wlckersham and Mondell should here when il the dead catlli- 1 say U) myself. Now, don't do as you!no� lvit;g over these prairies should did this morning-go to a place and j stand .j- a oionun-enl callii.g upon look in the wUidw, and walk aw�; public to enact Jaws for the ]ii'c.- and neither can prosper for Uinn i alone. Let the \oicc oi the humanitarian be heard 'calling; for protection to our P'jor dumb servaiils, ihe voice of the iariiier hit heard uiillin^ Ior tlie.JIMMtion ui hi* speed in designing the Aquitania ' whose average ot 23 knots may not, prevent her one day from heatlnei the Mauretania's best run of 26.55 for' an hour, w'hlcb we guess surpasse.v the speed of what, answers for tht Twentieth Century Limited on the Bos tun and Main� Railroad. , One for each everyday aOment ;