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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LETITBRTDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PublJthtd by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Ite office, Sixth street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Manaoing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and News Dept.- 1224 PHONE; Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 ye�r, delivered........�4.0(t ; i vear. by mail.........�S.OO 6 months, delivered.....S2.00 ; , , ,,, ,,,, 3 months, delivered ... Jl.OO : " 1 month, delivered.......350 ! S momiis. by -.nail........S5o iVddresses changed as otien as desireil. but both now and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednrpdny lu eight, or more pagRS, and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. 1 ye-ar in advance ....$1.50 \� months, in .^vaace -lU* 3 months, In advance... .50c Lslhbridge-Red Cross Drug & Book Store. .1. G. Robertson & Co., .lackaou & Cope. Alexandra Hotel. People's I.irug Store Maclsod-VouDg & Co., R. W. Hamilton Pincher Creek-E.J.Mitchell, D. L. .McCrea. Taber-Wesilake Bros. Cardaton-Alberta Drug Unok Co. Fernie, B. C-Percy Beal. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook. B. C-Brattle & -Vtchlsou. Claresholm-O L. Rfinecke. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tugham. Diamond City-It. UArc's Drug Siore Medicine Hat-L..\l..N'ortham Vancouver. B. C. - World Wide \ewB Co Minneapolis-nrowu & Brown 219 4th dt. Also on all C. P. R. Trains. ' hranotics In nil thp larpe towns of .Am 'TnitPd States replies by ndralttlng ever offered--^3.000. $100 ca.sli liandles. Or. will ti-ade Cor j^ood horses. 7 room fully modern house on \VilUani 8(., -Sri.or'O. Ka'-^y lerms. 4 room full}' modern house, sewer, Avater, furnace and bath room- $1775-1300 handles, balance moutlil}' payment.s. A few^-ery good lots on Puke street facini)^ south; if taken at once, $225 each, 1-3 cash, bal. easy terms. We want your listings! Can give prompt nelion in both improved and unimproved property. r- , , I . Ill! THE BOARD OF TRADE'S PUBLICITV CAMPAIGN \'ERY CITIZEN, at least all of ensaging a publiciiN comrais=iou- rj those who relieve in progress, 'f such is decided ir-on. the b-st will supeort the decision to man available i.i the price shoulti be i�rani :bo Board of Tnide sl\ thousand =--(-urKU. OUR POINT OF VIEW but he had a fund of rlili humor, which Bv thp wav. what has happened to """i'" '''"i a great favorite ulih l)olh .he'annual bannuet of the Board ot �i'lfs of the House. Trndc. i ; -- In Line With the Procession K, L. Coold. a prominent Brnmford, i Halifax Chronicle.l manufacturer, says reciprocity will do State Senator Vounii, of lies .Moines r.ood and not harm. .-Ml the maniifact- Iowa, is in a panic oipr reciprocity. If �irers li.iven'l been stampeded. ihe agreement passes, lie j redlcts a - "irenipudous rush" for Cinada on the Kighly-po.ind rails are to be laid on part of farmers. "One Irind.-ed mil-tiip Rcgina-Prnicp Albert branch of the lions of dollars of h^wn money will be ( . X- U. It is about time, for ai pre- invested in Cana.'.i hnirts-- this year -"vvj one (.ikes ^n awful chance liy tra- rtM," and �ten .i.- ;w nn dnll.u^;" will -. elliay o\er that road. be added to ihe miIu. of c.ci) produc--- 't'l- '"^t^re in Canadn, Str^tor V.umg Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 An American paper calls (he oppon- �ho,,:fi j.-ici; his cnrpft biig and �ei in It is easily posslb'e tip,t rn t!ip Staud- Duke Stories i\'ictoria Col'uiist.l Thorp arc stories floiiiug around O; i ihe 'land seekers, the manufacturers win tell the trttth about us, and not f^r the weaitl, and prosperity of the ; '"^''" ' the Wholesalers, will know .11 boast, a man who will appeal to the ^,,,es. Kemember Mtat. U is no- for n^htTf ^1,�"""f/"''"^ ! .bout us. Then when they want to people as having some business iudge- .,,e interests," as the n^vrdi^rfemotlo,? On nf h ' � eome to the West. Lethbrldge will beiment, and a man who will be able to ,.Q^servative party would like to have � . " i, ^one of the first places to visit, -grasp the situation here properly, and rn. n!, h? n ^ ^ 'he Duchess of � The decision to emphasize our Jn- themoney will be well invested. , ' - "''i' "er bus j^ucements as an industrial and whole- The Board of Trade Is inaugurating Columbia frmt has no pro- * ^"fria, she will probably no. *Bale centre is wise. It is onlv neces- a progressive campaign and the Herald .^^ ^j^^ liritish market, and it "'^^ ''"^^ home .here, and that the laary to adopt a campaign of education believes the Ideas they have advanced ^^^.^^ 1^^,^^ t^ere. Cati- """'^ Particular .�tar of the f.am ..and we will soon have Eastern. Amer- for proraotlns Lethbridge. are emln- ^ cheesi- and Canadian bacon have " � Princess Patrica. will possibly "loan and British wholesalers and man- ently proper and should succeed in _ .^^^^^ -ill competition in the British '"''^ Ott^iwu. at all. only earning ..ufacturers riveting their eye upon bringing full return for the money m- ^ ^^^^ ^.j,, Canadian fruit. ----'�" ' ' ~ ' Letlvbrldge as a place of locaUon. vested.. 0 R.ICI.PROCITY AND BRITISH ML' UF THK AKUUMKNTS used ^''"16 "''^^^'^ ' against reciprocity vs that it will should do. -ve non t w _____ = H m^n�v =,w,>-.- from:^''""S. If we i.vtnt invesir out on visits to the Duke, It is affirm- _______ etl with a show of authority, that the , Across the line Wall Street is ag- ^'"1 maintain his town and coun- lainst reciprocity, and on this side "the INVESTMENTS that IS just What Tmerests""have'set up their voices ag- f ^^Iso alleged that In warn .nv amst it and the Conservative part.v ^nerEons or Ideas, political' acr otherwise, when it comes to invest i:.".T2..-41.("" .N..'.2;i.ijoe, Straits Settlements____ Hong Kong .......... ^ British .\. Borneo ... . Hng hie money. He invTsTs irw-here"'lt '^'�'''^'^ P"�3�ssions f. . , ; ____'of reciiiroc tv hits the nail on the head fels aafest, and where he i.s likely lol --,n ^>i"^^� - .u- v.... ___ Total (.'oJonies & India . �l,5f,4,1.i:,fMii,. when he says: "It is all right to re- Foreign Countries prices by the steam engine, to riuesiion that the opponents also on Oreenway and Mr. Joe Martin �this side are men who dearly love to stumped Dufferin with him and for 'protect "the interests," and soak .he him. One of hi.s famous utterances in ; common people. I-egislature in his Liberal day-' -- was his proie.-;tation in reply to an at- UV V. rinmmerhayes, who was at one'lack, that he was proud to "suffer ab- tinie a (.'onservailve organizer, de- use and villification with t^aurier and nci'clare^ that if I.aurier went to the ' Can wright." Of the ardor of his admir 29'l''i.^O''e '�iS.s,,07S,rtiei . ... --'.Tdu.imiii reduce convejance by the locomotive portant and far-reaching matter ahould cliarliable to helie'e that he had �.Africa jAnstralasla...... fClanada and Nf'ld :vvi'sentma ....... The writer says 1 ruguay Peru . .. .180.S6fi,n00 ,, ^gO.Oan.OOO .. :l72.o41,n0ii JH" siis ono A'"�rlcan countries . jflussla .............. iTurkev .... "He deals with Uncle Sam in the :?l,!ISf!,OiiO 22,r;i:.noo ex-.M. P., at a public meeting in Vic-j loria, P. C. IBfJ'pt .............. ireest kind ot way, not only in natural ^pain ^produce, but In manufactured articles \in]y of all kinds. And he lends him money Portugal ............. eiasnufs of it-twice as much as be Has loaned us. jGermany "Look again, and you will see that Mte. American countries The has even loaned foreign countries Japan................ m-.e than he has loaned the Colonies China ................. _ .....,, , , , , , anc fpdia. The figures are �l.H.^:.-,Mis. foreign couniries ... I'.l..if.;,iK)ui 1''^'1'>>' "oosPvel, stands and ooks 6.4.1HV, to foreign countries and �1,-| ----------, "r'"" ^ '.a.ntini; depicting the cherry , bo^,!f,L',eiHj to tne oolonles. were not,Total foreign countries �l,r,:!7,i;vU)00 hntchei and George \\ ashing-; Teellng sore over that, although we've' ---------1'f'". and bis famous remark I cannot pi\en"hlm a preference In our market iTolal. all countries . ., . �;!,191,R:tfi.uon^ 'Mind von. I claim It was to our ad-i In* Great Hrllain, we have "llhi.sirat.  ^""'^ grea. days. That is as a ^..uu.P to get the goods cheaper, and ed Finance," which has the second '"7"'" ih- hicago Tiihune has it, 1. would .,1111 be to our advantage If liargest circulation of the Knglish j^^�^''''"�^;'!,'' ''"''^^r ''''' ' th. DoriMulon government increased .Bpeaklng financial weeklies of the I 'f t>'pe of piib.c m.-tn is this preference to bo per cent.-as it' world, and edited bv Raymond R,-,d " Tn''"" '?'', > Republic es- Js not a- all Improbable It will verylcllfte, known the world over for h . i''^'^ �"''^^n' of anortly, mus satlsrying the desires,sanity of Judgment. refPrrIng to red , l-"r'm�'r case upon Its mind. or every genuine Britisher. But we areiproclty In this way: i 'i 3ss lOii '''^ worlds compeli- ., 'lion, and at Ihe s:imo iime give British 1K.:.ofii,ooii: :(H,'1K'J,000 B;t,7n.-,.i)fiu L'i:,Kii;i,11110.1 i;i.!io:,i.K)ij| a pros-1 10 make cheaper cL.lh by the .steam have settled down in Canada to the definlto pur; osh of inluriiiK ih in Canada when \3 i: seetnit lo uh loxyering From Other Sanctunns A Quaint Character ' (Ottawa Free Press.) i The death of ,U-un Bai-llstp Morlii i, , -  ------.........who was ( onservulive .M. P. for Dot ito be a UUloglve and take In the mat-^Ue. Thousa;tJ� ot United States citi- Chester, Que., from 18P6 to 1908. re-^.^er. Slmilarir, iQnglana 1* looking forjMns are living in Canada. Tens ot moves one of the roost quaint charao ;Bi�ce8 lor tlj� iBvMiiMnt ot Mr mon-jtMuaanai of Canadians trade with the Iters who ever sat in tha Houm of ;�y, Md la tsta aw.�*r ah* la miiO.' 9t*t%a. Th� Canadian banks have'commons. He was a �impl� habitant, The One Cheap Necessary i.Ve-.v Vori; .Si.n 1 'llie cii.si ul ii'. lug iiioiinis or iiilla .And '.ve li;ivo lil'lp ],i.:iing. Hill Ion-niiioly noaan; i.i all Aile. la iiip cost of Kicking. The Awakcnii-g I I'll I S^'iir.-; I'l":' I In maple, bench, avd cm fir. The .'Jlugu'lsh sap :iegins 1 . rtir. The sap, alike a slepiun,K Ihiiig. .-\ wakens at the to;icb of .sju'in;.'. In ,nll thp limber on ihe m.ip, \S c sep the skins of running sap. And indlcat)on,s icll us that 'Tls stirring in the baspliall bat, ANOTHER DECLARATION OF LONDON LUNDOJi-jpCWlth a plan for vaat development of her port): i declare this scheme well and truly Iftld, JOHK BVLlf-WUh all mr a��i�l�U9&( wart aa iouni at Uiat -Punch. AT BAY 'Lvp gni-n hirii pills." said old Doc \ Squills. "And he's iikeii a gross, 1 guess; .Vnd J:lap and rliubaili ami ipoi-ac--': But j;'s pu^.zlhr, I confers. ; I've given bini wine and .syrup of pine ' .-Vnd iron and calomel; ; And be tjikes It mild as a little child;  I But he don't seem to get well: � I "I blistered his back at Ibe first attack ' .And I greased bis chest with bird; [And I l.jokod at his tongue and sounded his lung ! When 1 found him breathin' hard, i If I've wrillen one he's had a Ion \ 1 Of prescrlpllons, I ihink. I He's had everything of a drug, by jlng! | That a mortal can f.it or drink. "I've given him more than an evtu icore Of lljlngu fgr his appetite, "He's had morphine when his pain w.Tp keen And plenty of aconite; ,'Mi(l di',;!;ilis nlienevcr 'twas seen Tli2! hii heart wasn'i w.jriiin' tigh;. lies had his skin full of medicine Seiice ar least si.y necks e:.'". S-.v.iP.ered and lo po'd and .some r'uidied in: Lu'. 111.' gets Well uwf'il slow; "So I'm just aliniii clean plunib run out Of (l!ii,EK and 01' ideas Um; ..\n(l ev. ry!l^ll,^',�i been ilono by jliigl Tliat, a mortal man can do. j.\nd r can't lell if be'i goin' lo get well, If h.''3 goln' to live or die; JBut when il's done 1 don't want none to say Doc SquillR ilon''t try!" --J. W. Fidey, in S.inirday ]-:vonlng Pnsl. AstKma CatarrK WHOOPING COUGH CROUP BE0NCHJTI3 COUGHS COLDS C9TA.ei,l�MeO 1879 A nimplc. safft nn,i cfFeftivo trriilm*>nt for t ron-rliiAl ti'u .t.l,,^. v/iLl)i>uL ilohinK the Gtomocl. with drawn. V: --i vvilh a-.i-i-r^^ f ,r thirty ycura. Tli� (lir MTiil.^-. i ,4(ror�!y j.ntist-.ittic. intplrf"} with f-fcctivo and antis-tit..-. Of rour drugnht ot from us. lOc in stamps. Vapo Creiclene Gs. MONTREAL 810 ;