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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till- LETHBRIDaE DAILY HERALD Fi'idjjy. M:wrli 10, JOll. LETHKRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pubfithed by tha Lathbridge Herald Publiching Co.. Ud., every lawful ayanins at Ita office, Sixth atreet, tethbrldge, Attserta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial,  Reportorlal. and Newa Dep�.- 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Oepts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES ! year, dellrared........14.00 ; 1 year, hy 6 months, delivered ... J2.00 3 monithg, delivered ... Si.00 ? inonihB. bj- raall......?1.75 1 month, delivered.......26c !\ S months, by sail...... S5o Addresses chaiiKed a� ottea'as denred. but hotli new and old ad drossoa must bo siren. �'- - �'  WEEKLY HERALD r'llilidUeit erer.T Wednosdsj In tigbf or more iwigB�, and coulaint a auranjHry ol the ue^iF of the week, locul and dieirlct ; year in ai^i'aac* ...11.60 S montils, Jd i1dvRnc� ....7r .Mes.- .-..'uitr; irul lie 1 Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 .' "lul. From Other Sanctums iM EDUCATION OF THE RATEPAYERS AN'UAL TRArN'INO Is one ot and bi'iure askitiji ttit? people to \,^'.c the most important feature? of niuiu-y for iJie erection of a school modern edncation, hut as yet building in which to inst.U iht-oe uiin  �� ! i-cj.h.-' �U-!> !=� )M t.; f!if;i:-u >Sif' ton ii.' thf ,eaciersliip ol ilic t\ui.-er\a- Paint a New Picture, Now I'etevliorough Heiicw. ("on.) '.'litTortl SM'O!.. ilie masterii tmiui uf ;hV i.,u,}rifr .f~i::iiif. Iiaji iiroli-j en :\v.}i\ iruni the liar .�. .Mr. Siftoii is ' 1 ,. ,, , , ,, "11.� of ilie sironi;!.!^ Liberals in the' yr. N :'.;;ra h has always been a, , . , , , , ,,________ .v....-------- ..... -......................" �*"'"" , , .. r- . � 1 n- 11 ,1 I i^i'-"inioa, so siroiif; that he has al- iJknovvl^dse reeardln? It is nor very get,-., ches, they have derided to give the ^rea, admtrer or FrHdencK S\.C.. 1 laul-, ^^.^^ ^ ,.o.,cr to be reck-1 lerTl Thoee who have made a special; public as much in-.ormaMon as - |,-,ir ; fn">. V\ Ua, ,vill he thtnk o. his POM-; satudy of edncaUonal problem* and They have asked W. A. HnmSltcn. ,he:tlon on reclprocH.\ . j,^, ^^^,_^ ^^^.^ ^^^.^ ,i,,,.|j,es to follow] 1 .ir ienUer of his i.iOiihi:al days THE of leducalional problems and They have asked W. A. Hntniltcti.' ihe;tlon on reciprocity? ''those who have lived Iu communUieB superintendent of sohools (or the city, fwhere this branch of education has to prepare and have published a ser- They ?been taken up, are really the only peo- ies ot articles on these subjects. 1 pie v.ho have any knowledge of what is will be published in the local papers,: ^Aeant by education in manvial training the first one being issued tomorrow �and household science. Mr. Hamilton has made a careful study The L^thibridge School Board has of the subject and is fully qualified to , Itot the name of hcing progressive and give the people the information neces-� enerseiic along educational lines, and eary. It is hoped that tbe readers o( in taking up this matter ot manual the Herald will read these articles care training and household science they fully, that they may be as fully as pos-j-'are bearing out tholr reputation. Bnt'slble possessed of the facts before be- fthey recognize that the bulk of the Ing called upon to vote the money re-jtHe Liberal ranks, is a manufacturer, ratepayers may not have made as care- QUired to build and equip a school foriand is alarmed that the farmers are ful a study of the matter as they have manual training and household science ' Hilt'ire it if you can, Roblin and, Ko{e added immlgraiioti ,, J J . ^ . , from the Lnited States especially. It tng on Wednesday n.ght, and that Is > ^^^^^^^^ agreetnettt -.-ill the fact that the fate of the mantifac-' mereaae the price the Western farra-turlng enterprises of Eastern Canada er will get for his gi-ain and stock, depends on the prosperity of the farm- Such being the case, there will not oners of'the West. Until the develop-' ly be more buyers of the products of ment of the Weal started the indua-1 the manufacturers of the East, bat trial concerna of the Eastern provln-1 lUey will have more money to spend �es were languishing for the want of J the margin of profit being greater be-' business, and raised  great objection cauae of the higher prices secured as iq the British preference for fear they! a result of the treaty. � Tvotild lose what buslnegs they did have, The Eastern manufacturer therefore 'But the people, through the energetic, has a great deal to gain from the ad-ipolicy of the governmeai, started to'option of the reciprocity a.iirptnient. �flock to the Western provinces. These, He is protected in the Canadian mar-'thousands of people wanted the pro- ket. and the demand for his product liucts of the factories of the East. | will be increased by reason of tlie in-Business with them became good, i creased number ot buyers and Mi.-^ in-their feara regarding the British pre- orease of the amount 0  Jerence were allayed, and today they win have to spentj. going 10 make a little more money, and that he may lose a few cents. ih'-y I Anti-reciprocity in Southern Alberta up to the present has only one lone advocate, the Taber Board of Trade, i'hey should call another meeting and change their minds.. .ludgiiig from the proraiueiire gi\en them, the views of Sir William Van Hornc are more popular in certain Conservative circles than are those of F. W. G. Haultain. There's a reason. Calgary Presbytery puts the salary of an unmarried home mission pastor at $900. and married at SIOOO. That means It only costs $100 to keep a The Price of Wheat I (Calsjary Albf-rian) I .-V report which just has been pre ;! pared by the Inited States stailstt' ' lans sliows that the di:':frence be tween tbe price of wheat in Miimeso-| ta and .Manitoba iu 1"'!0 ran all the way from il'.-j. cents in September to' i- cents in December and 15 cents In'' .I'.ine. That, dou(>tiess. woulrt be anij average of sotnelhiug over eight cents' a bushel, probably about nine cents a: bushel. But with a cron of 100,000,000' bushels of wheat it would make a dit-1 j ference to the people of Western Ca-i r.adn of between $S,ony,ouO and 19,000,-000 every year. It is possible that the difference would not be as great as lliat. but reciprority is bound to make, a difference of lulllions to the grain, (�^rowers of Canada. THE LETTER BOX THE REED STREET EXTENSION >B- Editor of the Herald: wife and imd out. family. Better try it, and business on the bandwagon, will someone kindly tcli us when tn ^px off. MC.AIBLE RATI-;r\.VYi:R, Lethbridge, March S. MR. HAULTAIN'S 5;h- PUIB ATTITUDE H).V. K. W V, Haultain. when hr. Protity meastire id bo;:r.! . .supports the reciprocltv meas- en (he hands of the Ottawa ure, acts in the interests of immeasurably. Western Canada, and voices the feel-, ^"PP"'-^ of reciprocity log of the people. Western Conservative members at 0;-j- ^ , , , J c-i, 'awa In an awkward position. While on the other hand. Hon. CU�ord SU- Saskatchewan or Albcr:a^-^ ton does not voice the views of the menabers have spoken, It is known that; people of the West, as is indicated by'they had more or less committed them | the opposition to his attitude in his selves to the policy of .Mr. Borden, and Otv n coiistituenc} of Bramlon, He is would oppose the nieasure. It they dOj simply steeped Iu the p.rotectionlBt at- so, iu (he face of the pronounced public; mosphere of Eastern capitalists and opinion in favor of better trade rela-1 speaks for them and tiiein alone. tion? with tlie Initrtl Stales, their! .Mr. Haultain disagrees with his lead- political doom is sealed. ! er at Ottawa, and he rebukes the die- Mad Mr. Borrt'rin listonod to thi^ (>!iin-i loyalty and annexation cries that have ion of Mr. Haultain, and not to Messrs.! bQoii started, and his entire attit'.ide Roblin and Rogers of .Manitoba, hi^' will raise him In the estimation of the would have been in a t^troiiger posi , people ot Western Canada. He has t:on in Western Canada. As it la. he taken the honest Weslcrn posiilon. re- cannot expect to carry a seat on the-.gardless nf partv oxigpnoles in the prairies, if he persists in his an'i-re-| fiast. and his advorary of the reriii-i ciprocity policy. I tidiior of the Herald: Sir,-Referring to item �iuceiised at action of City Council, ' iliet'^i' is .'something to be .said on both sides of!"* 'l'"-''' i-lic Ihanka not only of I this inaltcr. While it is (|uite 1 rue 1 he j property owners on this niiacon- nuist have known the situation in winch many owni^rs on this peculiarl.r rut uj) block were, with property in 'lot.s which were legally as Inaccessible :i.s though on the moon. Alderman Goode. wIto moved on the petition of .Mr. Broad, that tlio ucccg, ."iiirj- steps i>o taken to open ilii.'/ si reel. Sir.-Bein,g one of yoiir subscribers' tttioners have complied with the city and a ratepayer of the city of Leth- bylaws governing such local iinprove-liridue. I trust you will permit me.menls. One of the members of tlie 'I'he Western Conservative niPinhprs ' """ough your columns to say a few school board says that the city copn-who have not .spoken on the reciproc. j "ords in reference to the proposed cil has acted very discourteously to-Itv matter were the only happy ones ' ^-^�"^"'^'on of Reed street. 1 see hy I ward the school board. But how about yesterday. They still liave the oppor jyonr paper of todsvy that the School the ratepayers? Is It not indeed very ]tunity to vote for the people and ag I l^o^'Tl 's ^'ery �much incensed at the discourteous to them to toll them flat-^ jainst the i/arty without having to do^cliy council for tbo action they look 1 ly that the very thing they are pniying: I the uiiromfortable task of swallowing m (he' prayers of the .peti-; for will he fought to the limit and that (themselves to do it. iioners (or the street to be e.vtended. _ legal talent will he employed to ihai|se|,ool Hoard hai*e- some 'omplaliit , 1 ----- In the first place, the chairman of the end. However, I don't suppose the!ij,g,|,,,^^^l, (f,^^, ihe groat.-r proportion i "''^ '"^ ''�'''''''' """^ .Kovoru-} The Saskuirhewan Conser-.atives 1 S''iio.>l Board has said that if the school board will employ all of the q, [{^^jj gipeet'e.vienslr.n will be gave a real exhibition of how rising |sireet is put through the school site legal talent In the city. -taken from their properl v, tliev should the labove party for the good of the coun-i win be practically useless for the pur- ,vnother of the school board .sav.^have known thai, In 'the ordinary pose lor which it wa.s purchased. Now ina, ^^^^ ^^^.^^^^ ^.j^^. p.,,.,,!,;,.,,,, j course of development of this city, 1 hat for a purpose. I-Iow about the projierty jif was necessary for this street to he owned by the petitioner*. I would notjopened at some time, like to think that these men had been i V.'lille it may he true, we had no city foolish fenough to purchase all thnsi engineer at the lime celi'ed sttiidii iaion, but the whole of A POLITICAL reiu^ iiiaiii. teat H-STQi^V is Ireiu^ Ilia.If in I'm.^jj ihp.^c days. The greiit n;). mioii of rf^'ipro'ity is driving from one i.arty to the other, and 11 . �would no' hp surpriaing if the final re gill would be the gathering intu a t.qu ConitervatiM' part; ot ihc high iqwpH > tarj'l' Bdvocaies �' th" country, tint �n it is more '-'"'"^ ^*'ant. Ir r�,-|.vlnB out ita policy. A certain''�;"' '""S/^b they :ue tiol hurt, i,ut / . ' , "Jf llshtmng IB likely to strikf am.umi of protection Is due to our ln-i:r,eai, thr fl^ig i., ,.ut at half mast. dUftrifB, but the manufacturers have'! Before the c.irtain falls in the pre luadB such a dead set on reciprocity ; :,ent tariff ths:. they have antagonized the |Premier pathy of a great many Liberals who were free traders at heart, but who were tvilUng to accept free trade In POSSIBILITY !.!� c-AS" -Vrvertheless the proi^'c-i eleni'.'ii' raised an alarm Thf> ' S"i thf heiithei on fire with mincxaiioii, and disloyal'> to the Empire ;aik in, an effort to drive the peoi;).-' '>lindl'-| against the measure. What har- ''o' ; The farmers are niuif per.'^ls ' :han ever In Ciieir demand 'oi re-^ ciprocU.i, hut the.^' demand fll�o. as a; fefilt of this I'lflg waving niunia of 'iie mat; ifacturcrs, irte trade \\iiliin what :he manut'uctnr The "iiilerc-si.-' ate You Can't Get Cured of anything by slot methods nickel-in-the campaign, iiib prediction o:' Scotv. of Baakatohewaii., might be fulfilled, and we would see! Clifford SKloii UB the leader of a great protectionist party. u!ndo up n: \a-naturaj products and forego the ex-,tional Policy Torie.� nitn hip-h tariff tension to manufactured articles. The i Liberals. On the other hand, a Lib reciprocity agreement contained noth- eral party, adhering to lirsi princl-lag to alarm the manufacturers. Slr;Plos, with ]>roioction only where ah-^^'llfrid Laurler had assured them that'solutely necessary as the feature of| the tariff on manufactured goods j their policy, will bring inlo Its ranks j would not he interfered with, and the 1 the raufc and file of the Liberals and' agreement as made provea that to bo,low tariff Coaaerrativ^s as well. .\t the Uetl ( ross. Vour past oxperieuce has proved that the physician and dispelisf-r who have put years nf study into their life work i.>.�l Ml fi i.'ii'gp im-asiire res-|ioi;.�lM�i.l recei\es its fiiuiuce? from ihr jto he used for other purposes, such as^would'not for one minute wish 10 in while the properly owners find thmi- ''"�^.�i'lon of the properly of this cily. jstablea, ash dumps, lumber yards, and'ninaLe ihat the petitioners for this lo. selves without method ut iiigr-s..; or " �f' ""'i'' 'i""''''!! (o have the street all manner nf storage purposes. NTow.jcnl improvement do nol fully nppre-;egress without building an overhead "l'�n'''l. e.specliilly seeing ihey will b..-I will leave it to any reasonable think-'ciate the noble work ihe srhool hoard bridge or a subway. P"'tl "le lull valui-; ot er to Hay if it wpuWI not be more picas ' has done, and trust Ihey will rontiiiue I am more than surpri.ved iliut Cotin- P''iii"''l I'y the c\\\ ant to look from the windows of a.iiie yood work, hut it nr. as r:itepa.> cillor Bowman slioni,| high srhool iino the fare idine ritlyens hn\e no'the pxlension of Reed ,"es|iertahle iT4!iKlf.nce.-i find onto a nite: .�.0'ile\ard, 1:1:111 into a row of l.iis pll eii hlsti Willi yl! manner of unslgbtl.^ j things I have memioned before. The  icliairman of the board says that it' iwlli cit otf a l)lg slice of Ihe board's' . )iropert.\. We all know how big a slice 'a siree' takes, but this large slice will jnot lie carted away, ami the attendanis ;at a high school will not be prohibited, Iioni .|sing it as a means of conven i ieiu access lo their school. Moreover I belie \f tliai every one of Ihe petl i ,tinners, for this local improvement are \ a.s niurli interested In and would be just as proud of a high scliool and that site as .'^iny member of the school; board. ' Western Canada Agency Limited 1st Avenue South Phone 712 The secretary snys that pvacticall; ' the whole of the land taken for thei street would come off '.he school land ; when, as a matter of fact, very little' more than one half would come off the. school Iniiri and the rest off Lot K, as { �.iin\on<- can see liy a glance at n map of the city. I In any eveni the petitioners must he i willing to pay for the land actjulred tor the local iiiiproveinenl, or Ihej would not be praying lo the city couu ci! for U. And, lufitherniore, the pe- SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911- Electric and Other L lies Tungsten "Mazda Electric Motors Acetylene .amps - - Carbide Dry Batteries Table Lamps ;