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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 IT The Lethbridge Daily Wednesday, March Tw Daily Herald Established December, Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful log at its office, Crabb St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department Circulation and Job Departuiens. Subscript.on Rates 1 Daily, one year, delivered......14.00 Dally, months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered to countries doing the same to the United States and provides for put- ting a maximum tariff against coun- tries not giving to the United States the niost favorable privileges given to any .other country. When it came to considering what would be done re- garding Canada, the French and Bel- gian treaties came up for considera- tion and the American authorities were undecided as to whether or not these would shut Cunada out of the favored class. The Canadian authori- ties made no effort to get inside, but felt quite confident of their position. The result is the present visit of the American emissaries to to dis- i cuss the matter and make arrange- Tliat is where the latest. A Heavenly Echo (Montreal Herald) Halley's comet is on the way, and thereby hangs a tail. ments with the Canadian government. Canadians will be gratified if ii is found that the American government Addresses changed as often as desir ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. Daily, one mouth, delivered -35c jinrludes Canada in ibo favored list of Daily, one year, by nations, but they are also gratified to Daily, six months, by j know that the great republic has mree by found out the all the coming and ask- is not done from one side of the (line. It Is to be hoped for the sake WEEKLY Ol koth Iiations amicable arrange- Published every Wednesday in mcio foi> most favor- pages, and contains a summary of the j able conditions possible for the fur- world's news of thu week, local and jthenuice of trade between the coun- Snl'year, in Desired Six in advance .........75cjand larllt war would be most undesir- Three months, in advance........SOc (able and in many cases disastrous. THE DAILY HERAI D Is one sale at the following Cross Drug and Book I Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. OUR POINT OF VIEW The city council has decided to drop the dog by-law. The citizens not jdrop it if the existing by-law is not MacLeod-Young Co.. R. W. Ham adhered to> The dog nuisance Pincher Creok-E. J. D. L. mUSfc be abiited at once" McGrea. Johnston. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. tf. Atc'aisoa. L. Reinecke. GraFsy Tughar.. Bow F. Werts. Chief Gillespie is certainly a money- getter for the city. Over two thous- dollars in one month is doing very well ror the public coffers. Lf everybody cut down their boost Hotel News Stand. in proportion to what Aid. Kins D Also on al! C. P. R. trains. THE BOARD OF TRADE GRANT Alderman King's report to the city council last night with regard to the grant to the Board of Trade came proposes the city council should do where would the city get off? The council is supposed to lead the people in these matters. What Was It? A coiumutor hurried into a hardware store on his way .to a train one frosty night. he called to the clerk, "I've only got a minute. 1 want to get a porn copper." "A asked the clerk. "A porp conner." "Ha. the clerk, "1 guoss you mean a con porper, don't "No, I don't; I mean a pon cor per, you chucklehead, but 1 can't get it now, because you've gone and made me late for my train." "Silly murmured the clerk, after ho had goue, "couldn't say-pop corner." Story of An Erudite Speaker The following story is told of one of the many speakers wbo have presided over the Ontario Legislature since its establishment in 1S67. This gentle- man, like some others wbo have worn the official rosette between their shoul- der blades, was weak on grammar and had but vaguely mastered the rules of the House. A member of the Opposition was speaking and said something reflect- ing on the honor of a member on the Government benches. There were cries of order and the Speaker inter- posed: "The honorable membe'r must with- draw them words." asked the member unabashed. don't just recall said the (honorable speaker, "but if you'll sav Do not forget your Lethbridge beau- rather unexpectedly. Jt was under- J tiful stunt. Get busy early aiid have stood that the council would not con- j every ready for the garden as soon as sider the matter at all until the Board j you can get on to it. made a report of last year's expendi- tel1 ture and what they hoped to accom- plish this year. The council did the MAIL CLERK SHOT HIMSELF _____ Winnipeg, March L. Hoer- This will -be a great year for Leth- Iier. mail clerk, aged 23, running out bridge. But it everyone works Winnipeg, was found dead in hte wise thing in laying the matter it will be much greater than room last night having shot himself for a time, for if 'they did otherwise they would be in the peculiar position of making a grant before..' they were j asked for one. anyone has any idea now. Be a booster. Watch Lethbridge while you make it grow. Every However, it is to be hoped that the one can ao something and every lit- recommendation of >the chairman of tie helps. the publicity committee will not carry _____ through the council when the report; There ought ot be some way of and the request do come in. Two jmaking the city market a real live in- thousand dollars is not enough mon- ey for the Board of Trade to have if through the heart. No cause Is as- signed for the rush act as he Is said to be in good circumstances finan- cially. LAST OF SIX-DAY GRIND this .city is going to keep its they stead of a'roller skating rink Condi- tions may be different here from are in other places, but among the cities of Western Canada lllat has not been proved yet. and the Western States in the way of publicity and in the other matters which the Board of Trade is always identified A typographical error yesterday made a phrase say that Aid. King's Aid. King's excuse for cutting down the grant is not a good one and has no foundation. The Board of Trade is not in any way responsible for the number of unemployed in tbe city, and that number is not so great eith- er. The Board has been instrumental in bringing many people to the dis- trict who have been employers ot labor during the season when farming way they have been the means of pro-j Viding a great many %vith labor who otherwise would have been without employment The Board of Trade has never made any effort nor spent any money to get laborers to come to the city, neither has it encouraged those who have not capital. Its purpose has been alto- gether in the other direction and it has been successful in what it went after. The manufacturing industries are wasted 01 course, and the efforts of: the Board of Trade will be as they have been directed toward that end. But to reduce the grant is a poor way to get that or anything else done. If there is more -work to be done there should be more money to do it with. It is to be hoped that the recom- mendation of Aid. King does not. in any way represent the sentiment of the city council. If it does, that senti- ment is very much at variance with the general sentiment of the city. resolution created an "unwanted sen- sation" instead of an "unwonted sen sation." Guess one was about as true as the other after all. Buffalo, N.Y., Mar. starter's signal this afternoon sent -the six-day bicycle racers flashing around the ten tap track at the Broadway arsenal in this city for the completion of their, strenuous grind. Three teams, Hill Drebach, Demars-Stein and the Bedells started teams with miles and six laps to their credit. The other seven teams of the field were, with a single exception only a lap be- hind the leaders. FROM OTHER SANCTUMS THEIR TURN TO COME I[ the Herald's recollections oi Can- adian history are correct for the first time American trade ambassadors The Danger? of Extremes (Calgary Herald) With its fatal hahit of extreme statement the Albertan is liable to create sympathy for the provincial government by the bitterness of its attitude. No Danger in Calgary (Toronto Star) The fourth dimension, as we under- stand is that quality possessed .by a -street car which allows it to carry fifty more passengers than it can carry. Some Doggerel or Worse (Toronto Telegram) How can the-Mail and Empire re- strain the loud laugh that may speak its vacant mind as follows: j T "Ain't the muzzles going to the ;Royal Standard' Visible ___ P. O. Box 261 Phone 1214 THE WESTERN SUPPLY 4 EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridgt, Alta. LOANS On improved or for the inv provement of farm lands for one year or less up to five John L. Sullivan tried to tell some! 4- Jrears' No Place For Joking Now (Edmonton Journal) stale stories in Dublin, but they did not take. The ex-champion should have known better than try any re- vamped humor In the Emerald Isle. have come to Canada to discuss and treat with the Canadian on trade matters. Many a time have Canadians gone to Washington to try to make tariff arrangements with the great republic. Sometimes they were successful and sometimes they were not. Latterly they were not success- _ i'nl and Sir Wilfrid Laurier made his j Ig famous statement that the next time the Washington ambassadors would c to Canada and that Canadian -ambassadors would not. go to Wash- ington any more. He then straight- way proceeded to legislate so as to in crease Canada's trade with Great Bri tain with the result ihat is very weP known. The British trade has grown by Isaps and bounds and is still in- creasing at a very rapid rate. The trade with tie United States, of course, is very great and also is con- stantly growing but not in the samf proportion. Canada, of course, does Ti'ot -want to lose the trade of the Unit ed States but this country is now in a position that it does not have to go to ask for it. There was a time whet it was thought thai Canada was ab- solutely dependent on the republic to the south for commercial prosperity. That view is now dissipated. The Payne-Aldrich tariff provides for the granting of a mlulmum tariff i HOME STATIONERY The use of good stationery is requisite both for good tnsto and expediency. The writer of a letter is often fudged by the stationery used. Save yourself all difficulty In this way by getting your station ery at THE RED CROSS g DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Beit Dispenser. Picture Framer. Jok E. Wells P. 0. Box 420 103 Sherlock BIk., Lethbridge 111111 Professional Cards MEDICAL B. C. FRUIT LANDS Are you thinking of going to B. C. this Spring? If so, now is (he time to talk about it and select your land while you have a good choice. Remember we guarantee even-thing as described and undertake to return your money with 5 per cent, interest if yon are not satisfied on inspection. This makes you absolutely safe and you cannot get any fairer offer. i Call and sec us now or write us for further particulars. OR. W. 1. GALBRAlTH-PhygioiM I jHirgeon, Accoucher. path St. Phone 53 jrirxANCMtfl .B.C LAMC3 1ALTA CUSTOMS MORNINGSIDE The Addition That The City Demanded" PER LOT Down and a Month I NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge There is no Place Like a Home Built with the best LUMBER mat money can buy our STOCK is composed oi Let us figure on tkat house of yours Professional Cards UNDERTAKING ADD1SON up to date undertakers and e'cubalmers In the city, black and white cars. Office next the DPW Herald office, Phone 6S2. Strict attention paid" to all cases. Parlors open day and night jT. S. Directoi and Most up to date parlors in ?lty. Five doors west of .Post Offica, Ford St White and Black Cars. Phone 561. DR. clan, Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 9-12; 7-10. DOCTOR MEWBURN-Rednath St. Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. Dnt Stafford mock. Residence, cor. Bompaa ReS1' DR. C. CRAGG-Physiciau, Surgeon Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and lias. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7.530 M-" -a. Nose and Throat Stotford Block, Lefchbridge, Olilce hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-5 '-S P.m. office Phone 341; dence 593. DR. GARNET T. IVES-De ee 219 Sherlock 463. Ut'S