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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIME DAILY HERAL3! Tuesday, MAteh 7,1911. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CeXAOt-lOHED ClErCC-MRRr! 1(SO-r Published by tht Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., ev�ry l�wflil vsnlno at its office, Sixth street, Ucthbrldge. Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportoriat) arrt^ News Dept.- 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J. year, dellTored........14.00 , 1 year, by mall. 6 months. deUverod.....*2.00 8 montlis, delivered.....�1.00 1 month, delivered.......35c .....13.00 S monthe-. by mall......$1.75 3 momhs, by nsail........S5a Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad-drosses must bo given, WEE:kLV HERALD Published ev�ry Wedneiday tn eight or more pagns. and contains a summary of the nows of the week, local and district. 1 year In adranoe -t\M � moDtbf, in k>6v!u>ce .. ..76i 3 months, la advanc*----50c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lothbrldgs-Red Cross Drug '& Book Store, J. Q. Robert. son & Co.. Jackson & Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Stors Macleod-Young & Co., R. W. HamlltOD. Plnehtr Creek-E.J.Mltchell, D. Li. McCren. Taber-Westlake Bros. Carditon-Alberta Drug & 9iMk Co. Fernie, B. C.-Percy Baal. Cranbrook, B. C.-Beattle t Atchison. Claresholm-O. L. Relnecke. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tugham. Diamond City-Dr. D'Arc'a Drug Store Medicine Hat-L.M.Northam. Vancouver, B. C. - V/orld Wide Kews Co. Minneapolis-Brown & Brown 219 Hh St. Also on All C. P. R. Trains. - - ^ J. HI t THE DEATH OF FIRE CHIEF KILKENNY was deservedly popular, not only a.s a most efficient head of the fire 'depart-Flre'chlef ThoVaV" KiuTenny'' Tent, but also as a citizen. Since he THE CITY WAS SHOCKED thli mornine to learn of the death of It -was known that he was 111. but It was only yesterday that the worst was took charge of the fire brigade it has become one of the most efficient In Western Canada and the reduced fire ' feaved. It was only a few days ago that i insurance rates given by the under-Ald, Tllley, chairman of the fire de- j writers have come, to a large extent, i Baptment, wa� laid away, and now the i from his efforts. His aarlv and un- ^secutlve head of the department follows the same way. The late chief expected death Is deeply lamented by the whole city. INCREASED PfWDUCTION IN THE WEST HSRB'B good reasoning on reclproc Ity. It Is In a letter to the Toronto Globe from a farmer, Htjgh ' Bertrani, of VlnemouAt, Ont.: "It hy a removal of duty we will be ftble to command higher prices for our ^tinlsbed product, either In Canada or i the United States, why should we as 'farmers refuse to accept it? Ib there in danada today a manufacturer who wouW refnse to deal with the United ' States for fear of straining the Imper- ial ties? We are told that It would cause the wheat and produce of the Western Provinces to flow southward over the American railroads. Would It not rather cause an Influx of settlers from the south, thus leading to .still further production? Increased production on the farms of the Western Provinces means increased production In the factories of! the Eastern Pro-vlnces. and lncrease