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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF. LETHBRIDGE DAH.Y HERALD Tlniisrtay, Maitli 2, 1J)11. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PuMl*�Md by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and NeWe Dept.- 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEB I year, delivered........14.00 . l year, by mall.........J3.00 6 months, delivered.....12.90 � , .h. i,. ci Ti 3 months, delivered.....ll.OO | � months, bj mall......?1.7o 1 month, delivered.......S5c 1 S monlhs, by mail........85o Addresses changed as �ften as desired, but both new and old addresses imist be given. WEEKLY HERALD P.ubli^hed every Wednesday in eight or more pagns. and contains a iitnmary o� the news of the week, local and district. 1 year in advance ----11.50 ^ C moDtba. is k\dvutce .. ..VSd ; 3 months, in advance----50o Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drug & Book Store, J. G. Robertson & Co., Jaclcson & Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Macleod-Young ft Co., R. W. Hamilton. 'Pincher Creek-E.J.Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardston-Aiberia Drug ,� Book Co. Fernle. B. C-rercv Beal. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT B. C-Beattie & Cranbrook, Atchison. Claresholm-O. L. Heinecke. Grassy Lalm It oomes to our mind that when the great grain growers delegation was nearing Ottawa to demand reel procity a deputation of Western t^on-servaiivo M. P.'s wont "un Itie line" to meet lliwni and to e.vtend the liaiul of cooperation ngainst the "tariff t.vranny of the Liberal Government's itiriff' There were ei.?ht of them, and they may Imvp included George Bradlmry Tliey certainly included the other lead Geo. Lune, probably the most prom inent stockman in Alberta, says reel �procity will put 15 per head on over> iors oC Conservative opinion west of thf� cow in this country and $7 on every | lake.';, and as there are only a dozen of 'beef to leave it, taking the prosen! j iiiem all told, it is fair prt-simiption A Few Snaps !-if taken at once 0 rooiri hilly niodcni bouse, .newly built, close in, with good barn and 50 X 125 cronnd space on corner. Biggest snap ever offered- ^3,000. $700 cash handles. Or, will trade for good horses. 7 room fully modern house on William 8t.. .^3,350. F^asy terms. 4 room full}'modern house, sewer, water, furnace and bathroom- ^$1775-($300 handles, halance montiily payments. A few very good lots on Duke street facing south; if taken at once, '$225 each> 1-3 cash, bal. eafy terms. We want your listings. Can give prompt action in both improved and unimproved property. : market as it stands, and as it has �stood for a yoar. Surdly tb.e sioci; , men of this cou/ilry cannot afford lO; have reciprocity defeated. The Calgary Albeitan's annual piili- that George Bradbury was our of the � iiiHin.aent. He was certainly active t'tioiigli when the dcle!.:!iie.s were down here .in endeavoring to impress upon them the opinion thai he was heart and soul in sympathy with iheir de- llcitj^ number is full of good st'.iff imauds. ^ Xot only does it tell of the wonderful, \\hai has linppened since to change growth of Calgary, but the whole pro iijj. views'? Has the word come from vince shares in the publicity given the twin bosses of Manitoba, Rogers Some of the diagrams published ar.'jand Koblln, that the grain growers are unique and at the same time most ef jio be thrown to the w(>lv(>.'i. and are to fective in placing before the pulilic^hp represented as a bod\ of disloyal i Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbrldge Hotel Block Phone 1212 i the outstanding position of this province. Particularly is this the tasr. MACKENZIE annexationists? It looiis like it. But a dav of reck in regard to the wheat production perjoning will come, and then Selkirk will acre, as compared with leading Auieri can slates. FOR ALDERMAN IT IS TO BE HOPli:D that a succes-|"ie mayoralty contest, and many of sor can be elected to succeed the ! ">�3e who opposed him itien would late Alderman TiHey by acclama-support him on the tlon. It is needless to put the ciiy to' 'i'esent occasion, whether there ia a^"---------� -------- - The expense of a o.>ntest if such a can ^""'est or not. The Herald believes^ ^'^^ publicity num The expense o.>ntest. ,f such a cap. vac i''^"^'^ '^'^ P-'ovince. It con- able and successful business man as.^^^, .^^^^^ 3^^^,,^ opposition � '"'"^'^^ '^>- P'-o^inent and auth ~ " � - .....^ .. , . ---------I oritatU-e citizens, dealing with the var The Medicine Hat Times has Issued a thirty-two page publicity edition that 'I'hos. S. Mackenzie is willing to sit to him, but if there is there would be I He has i , . 1, , ions phases of the city's life and ni- in the council. That gentleman de-1 no question of his election. He has, j.^..^^. ^^^^^ ^^^^.^^ articles add to Clares he is billing to fill the ^� unitedly against it. and a" good many lo party, and that the only thing that,of them for no other reason. The could defeat the government was n Conservatives do not stand alone in vote of lack of confidence. this respect, for the same tactics are .Mr. Georgeson's views will meet � invariably followed under parly gov-with approval from a considerable num ernment in Canada and Great Britain, her of people. It is a pity that our i It is a pity that men cannot vote as great national problems cannot be dis-|lhey consider best in the interests of cussed and voted upon without con- the country, without being considered sideration of party ties, but that seems as disloyal to their party. As Mr to be one of the weaitne.sses iif party Georgeson points out. If a government government. On the other side of the j measure is defeated in Canada, ir border the situation is somewhat dif-, means want of confidence and renders know G. H. Bradbury no more. Side Lights : is profusely illustrated with cuts that show up well, and are proof of the truthfulness of the writers. The Times deserves congratulation on the size, make-up, reading matter. Illustrations and advertising patronage of its publicity edition. From Other Sanctums ferent. We find Republicans in tbe House of Representatives and the Senate differing with President Tart on his reciprocity policy, and Democrats an appeal to the country necessary In the t'nited States a measure of the President may be defeated, but he is not-forced to resign on that account in hot^ houses supporting him. Onjor is a general election fur Congress this side of the line and in Great Bri-1 necessary. CONSERVATIVES FAVOR RECIPROCITY Ai, THE Conservatives in the coun I'' mistake in opposing the arrange-try are not lined up against r-jmenl. They must know thai it is t� c.lprocity .simply because it is; the advantage of farmers. A's for mv- fathered by a Liberal government. We! ,. . j � . , � . , ^, , , " , . I self, I've voted for a protect onist po � have Conservative newspapers of in-, tluence advocating the measure as et-\^^y T>' ^^'^ there's no use talk-fectively as Lfberal newspapers, and 'ng, that Is the policy that Sir Wilfrid now It is coming to light that the an-ibas so far favored But the manufact-nexation talk and flag waving is not; urers have been well treated. They Early Boosting Pays (Magrath Pioneer.) The Fair next Fail is going to be a hummer, and don't you forget it. Yes, For Divorces i.Chicago Tribune.! "Does Lillian Russell or .Vat Goodwin hold the championship?" inquires te Pensacola Journal. Yes. An Impossibility (Calgary Albertan.) Edmonton's $10,000 employee baa been fired, and that is a sad ihin,", for Edmonton, because it is doubtful If Edmonton can ever again induce any person worth while to go to Rdmon ton to live, oven by giving him $10,000 Magrath'c Lone Celestial (.Magrath Pioneer.) "War between Russia and China' runs a heading. Watch for Long .Jim faking an early short cut towards the Garden City. The Best Foreign Market (Kingston Standard.) We have been knocking around the Landlord and Tenant in Mesopotamia (New York Sun.i Kfeishazzar saw the writing on the| wall. : Thank goodness." he cried, "ihnt will force the landlord to repair the room." : Herewith he wished it hud extended to the whole flat. Ancient Instance i Chicago Tribune.) Hannibal had crossed the Alps. ".Vow," he cried, "I'm going make Rome howl." In spite of his victorious campaign however, tlie fickle Carthageniaa.s sub sequently worked the recal] on him. , The Marriage Bargain i Philadelphia Telegraph.) '. But two doth it take a b.irgain to make' And just one parson good to tie it; j .Mso only tw-j when a scrap they, brSw. � : But lawyers ten apart to pry it. At 2 a.m. (Boston Transcript.) Goodman (.senlentlously)-it is tbe little things that trouhle us. Rounder-Sure. It's always easier lo find the bouse keyhole. than to locate the,' Phone 1291 poor, come Sianilard. world trying to get markets for ourjused, and everytliiiig will be.donfc) A Dismal Social Function RaliJi Cameron, delegate is Con- ,. , ^ , , ^ loniiort about them because of gress from the Tcrritorv o Arizonp., ,, i , , . . fy inside. F^ut all men, as all cigars, te Is a storv oi the mosi ugubnous in , , , r . . , i,i ,, . , , , ., t'ood or bad, two-fers, stogies, rich oi vii.Trion ever s^nr through tlie mails It was engravi-d on a white, gilt-edgeil card, and v.a3 signud by the sheriff ol 'i'ncson. This is (he way ii read: ��The pleasure of your company is' retiuesied at the hanging of Georgq rfmiley, a murderer. His soul wlU he! swung into eternity on 'I'luirsday evening. A brand new hemp rope will be ic entrapping all the Conservative elect-!have had every opportunity to build | products, and have made treaties withjmake the cei-emony a.s i^heerfui as pos or=. Dr. I.,oslie, president of the Dur-: "P their business. Why, after all they ham County Conservative association | have received, should they grudge the and S. 0. Taylor, an ex-president, de- (Jermany, France and other nations isibie-iVow, -when there is opened lo us the' -Popular .Magazine. Clare reciprocity is a good thing, and ; tor express the hope that it will be adopt-1 which Is the best thing ever offered lo ed. Dr. l^eslie saying: I rural Ontario'/ I tUlnk the Laurier gov larmor a measure which is designed j sreatest market in the world, the I'n his benolit; a measure, I think,[ited States, with IPii,00ri,(li)O of people some are kicking. It is pretty hard please everyone. "Tin honesDly convinced thai the tariff agreement is a measure for tlie ernment is deserving of credit for doing something for the farmer, who has benefit of rural Canada, and I'm pre- been neglected and disregarded alto-pared to ?tand hy my opinion. I'd find gether too long." it awfully hard to go to the polls and mark my ballot for a Orjt. But I'll tell you this, I'd find it equally liard to mark my ballot for a man who votes against this measure.' .Mr. Taylor, who is a representative farmer, as well as a representative Con servative, goes further and declares: "l' think that there has been too much politics in the treatment of this Issue. Our men at t)ttawa have made Trade-Not Sentiment (Slmcoe Reformer.) There is such a thing as trying The voice of the Conservative elect-'.be more loyal to Britain than are the) At or has not been wholly stifled, and it I people of Britain themselves. Why i how is said, accordiiig lo rumoru in East-i ss'tou'd Canada refuse to buy and sell, her example Followed Instructions The luisires.s of the rnatheipatical oi class was mdi heiuaiizing for her math-;eniatical pupils while her mathematical pupils were inwardly raatheraailzins' I mai hematics. ! ".Now, suppose." .said the mistress tOj"I have a pounil of plums-" which iKiiut ii occiirred to hei much bctier she could- illustrate to her youthful charger, Some are very fancy outside, and are Lord'and Lady Crewe liavc been mar-1 of his uncle, the last Lord Crewe loi' sekced for presents. Others have f ried for twelve years, this is the first | the old creation). rough exterior, but spread cheer and child of the union. : Since Lord Crewe's marriage, Cren-e what The eountes.s before lier marriage ] House, C'urzon street, has been one oJ was Lady "Peggy" Primrose, younger i the chief social centres of Liberall,-iu daughter of I..ord Rosebcry. She was'Ui London, to ashes at lasi.'-The then the same age ~1.S-as her liua- The son born on Tuesday to i>uily band's eldest daughter by his firs', Crowe Is Lord Hosebcry's second -----marriage. His ouly son by his first grandson, the other being ihe infant wife died twenty-one years ago at the child of l^ord and Lady Dalmeny, age of eight. -__- Lord Crewe, who succeeded Viscount Morley, as Secretary of .State for In- i dia, and is fho leader of the Govern- ' , muni in the House of Lords, celebrated The Countess of Crewe gave birth :uis g;ii-t| birthday on the 12tli of last' to a son on Tuesday night. Both mo 'jnontii. The son of Lord Houghton ' In the Public Eye Heir to an Earldom (London Chronicle. i RESULTS OF PRESBYTERIAN VOTING ON CHURCH UNION Presbyteries in Favor ther and son are doing well. ern newspapers, that any losses the i with the United States when Britain! if she really had a pound of plums. So Liberals will have In the House, when ''"-^k and sells with Germany lo the! - the vote takes place, will he offset by Conservailyeg from the .Maritime provinces, Quebec and the West, who will vote for the measure, ^hls annexation bogey and blue ruin talk hasn't blinded all. the Conservative members. Selfish (Stratford Beacon.) The Cornwall Board of Trade has passed a resolution in favor of reci procity in the Long Sault power pro Jecl, whilst opposing reciprocity in . ,, ,, ,, ,,, natural products of the farm. The t^lifford Sifton didn't speak for the^ale liquor license in the North \^ ard,; ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^.^^ amount of hundreds of millions yearly? OUR POINT OF VIEV/ There is no necesBlty tor a whole Brandon farmers. He voiced thel^nd the License Commissioners will views of the great commercial Inter-' P�''Iorm a good service if they refuse ^stB. ! application. "Alary," she said to a girl of eight ; "here's sixpence. Go out and get me| a pound of plums. And as I'm going tcj give them in the end to the girl who j gets the sum right first, be sure be \ fore you buy them to pinch one or twc! just to Hpc that ihey are wholesome. � ."V few miniiles and .Vlary had returned, approached the teacher's desk as one worthy nf commendation, and raanufaciurera, whilst reciprocity In! plumped down a lijg of plums-and natural products is for tlie benefit ot;the sixpence. the farmers and ordinary people. Have : "There, mum," she said. "I pinohP': we gone manufactuHng mad In this-one or two. as you (old me, and whci loountry? Where would be the market the man wasn't looking I pinched the Owen Sound i Truro tne distinguished writer and polilicias ouelph The arrival of an heir -o earldom i he received his enrldom in 181).^. a y6:..v and Renfrew is a Luer fo,�,erolcln;, for a.though i after succeeding to the ^-^[^�^^^^^^ i Quebec P. E. Island Ht. ,/ohii LiiulRay Stratford Inverness � High River Halifax .Viait land Brandon .Montreal Ottawa ' Oraugeville : Pictou 'Glengarry , Huron Whitliv Koolouay Wallace .�ibcrneiby Trinldid An Edmonton man is charged withi The advocates of the elective sen stealing a buck saw. His defence un-j ate In the United States are in 'hr. j foV our raanufactWs� it Vere n7t foi , hiooml"ng k^^^^ doubtedly will be insanity. It ought | same boat as the local option advo-jthe people on the land, and In othei i __ to be, anyway. lOates in Ontario. A majority vote does -- [not count. Now that Harry Corby, the distillar favors reoiprocliy, we may expect j Prof. Stephen Leacocks anti-reci- the temperanoe people to seriously bon ' Pfoclty talks In the Calgary Herald i farmers of the West, but those of On- avocatlona of life? It would seem ', Men and Cigars that some boards of trade are losing | "Certainly. I will mane a lew re their heads. If this thing goes on ^marks," said the cigar salesman who there will be a revolt hy not only the because of his soleiun gaib. had been slder opposine it. A writer In an exchange calls Champ Clark "n picturesque promulgator of poUtioal p7rot�cbnics." Tie that a round your neck, Champ, and see tf it will hold you. Som� p�opU think it li all right to go across the Un* and sell land to tha Aiuericana, 4>ut that it la all wrong to go aoroaa and sell aur wheat and ^dajr/products. .Why? I have been most effective. The Calgary Board of Trade voted in favor of reciprocity. A. B. Croas is a well-known Calgary Conservative, and he thinks rectprou Ity In natural products is a good pol-toj-. The party whip does not control Mr. Orosf. It is worthy of note that the most effective speech delivered in support ot, reciprocity at Ottawa, came ivor* an tario over such class legislatior, which will not augur well lor the unity of the Dominion. ; mistaken for a man of cloth. Ast end ing the platform, he said: ".Men are like cigars. Often you caii not telt by tbe wrapper what the filler is. Sometimes a good old stogie is more popular than an imported celeb rlt> Some men are all right in thf show-case on display, but are great disappointments when you got then; home. No matter how fine a man is A tw 0- What Has Cauaed the Change? (Ottawa Free Press.) In the House Commons yesterday Dr. Clark secured tvom Mr. Bradbury the Conservatlva member for Selkirk an admission that he was opposed to | evtJintuaily he meets his match, reciprocity and a declaration thai the fer often puts on as many airs as i men who had organized the grain grow 5n-center. Some men never get to the srs' deputaUoft In Oecewher laat werejfront ai all o.xcopi during campatsrus l.t S 1 2^ s 1:' 2t; (1 .�'.1 1! 11 ii 1(1 :i ti 2(i ir, ISi 1-1 ]2 (1 Jl 2(1 :; I'l 111 -'1 Mil E 11 � 2r, 4 in 5 n; 6 i:{ 5 8 � 5 I' nanimous Presbyteries Opposed VN'esfmlnsler Bruce Saj'jiia Saugeen j nari'.F \'iru iUioii , 'loroii:.) ' Rork Lake Lroi ;. \ illn Hamihon M '.t .1 H If. 1-1 IS 4 .\loi1'f:cd approval .%iodil'.^d approval FAME'S PATHWAY The theory that all men are created e!;ual Isn't very pouiar with an.yond jwho attempts to apply it to himself. Some families nevej' feel real neigh- ALL IN DUE COURSE (MR. CHURCH1LL)-My liege, the Dukes, et cetera, have | borfy'MUra'fter they'have knocked a ' board off the partition fence. CATESBY neen taken. RICHARD THiJ; THIRD (.MR. A8QUlTHi~Off w-lth their heads, so much I 101 Dukes, ot .'etora. i enlightened age, every .mih CATKSBV-:\ly liege, e *n now ihey prate of self-reform. i should know enough about saniiaiioii RUHadtW THL THIRD-Off with their he�d#. wo will reform them later. -Punch Vtfrsiou. j uo( to swap gum or maintain a family tooth hiush. ;