Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
^ 1 THF LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 8atm.lay.Mnicfill, ion. i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EBTABI-leMeo OECKMBKM 100T Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth etrect, Lethbridge. Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Oirecter and Editor. PHONE: _ PHONE: Editorial, ) } Advertising Repertorlal, and Newe Dept.- 1224 Circulation and Job Oeptt. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J yetr, delivered........14.00 G months, delivered.....$2.00 3 months, delivered.....11.00 3 month, delivered.......35c 1 year, by mall.........13.00 eral members would bolt �on reciprocifv. Reforp the p:i;ers -jni ' wpsi. desji!iiches fram Ottawa .iiy thai three Liberal.s hoired on rli'' first (ii. N-ion, They were ever srrcat pro-p lie IS. CONSERVATIVES WF: HE.XR n good doHl Ihesf days about Liberals lireakiiit awav from I lie parly on tlif reclprorit) iss le, b;.i the Couserva tlves are not uniu-d by any mcuis We haip instanced bft'ore the I'ansfr vatiiir- Mew-:i>apers suppoilluK ihe au reemeni, also such a iiiomliient On tarlo t'onser\"sHve as ii.ir;v Cor':.-P.. and this week has found a great t'onser> atit e leader F. W. G. iiaulialn, line up in �-.ex-M ��ucii Hon. FOR RECIPROCITY support of the m�h.-='ire. The'rebp' lion as;!in:t .Mr. Hordeu's ii'.iic. i^ 'Tealiiiit out een .'it Cou-=ei^ a i ivi rrin . eunoii.s in l):i;ario. Ai .Noi'ao^xI n �.em ion for .Kas- V'piiTboin. rno (iiohi nit'iir niemi'ers ff ihf- pari.v in :hi. i id ins. y"- J l.iliiii-.ip l.al;e'if>ld. anri (� A. r.lieui. Ilaclu-.. ma !e aiMi-�s. t favoring re-- '"11 The courses were very poii'ilar ,.u doubt will continue to Krow in p.^' larity in future years. The work of spcurine 'n'ormaMon r�|raidfns: homesleader? v.liu ih�p:!pi1 vnfii si'ain. of c.-niu.i; ibe urai" u., 'bp'ii .ind dellvprina it. iy �� ��� � oniplrfpd. --X 2r�vi' deal of ^ r.*'!;: dap i'liailes .Mi. r. i!;p vptgran iipm: -ravjon .mem. wlio has i.i,ken 't'.- v] !i' It.Hiid w'Mi an cHiriPf-'iUP-.-i .-^a;;-.' 'll. (l''*:[> i'llpfp-^" lie '.'(i^ in !'' ' iiplp whi liav.' , oine iiidi-i 'ii.'ii. 11: hi- ittliiia 'V.ii U. THE LITTLE RAY OF '.iU.NSHINE I .MISTHKS.S iTo .\lai^. alioM ;o be j Ije married )--"And >� lipic did .%oii j meet vour younB man. .�'!ar\ ?' i MARY-'t)h, at uarle's funru-al, lunm. lie was the life ami .siuil Li* lie iiari v." I 'nstaurp that argamii:' h.i> no hfar-, :':s on tlip appoiuimeiii. .Vddip�siug a niP-- ini. a!s ai i^r.inipion, rir.i., MaishuH ii.roi i-nd i,,, Sir William \'an Mom, a-^!oini.-,l i,. iiiii.l, �:, 'i'- Mr. .'.lai-^lKiii \-., I'pcl i.ib'M'-!o'i. DiincF.n ::.iunit'i> of );ai lip '-.us ' 'irif' ai;rpp I:: I'll i! :i ' ii.i � ' RECIPROCITY AND TRANSPORT>iTION FEARS are entertained lesl reel d'".^'. if I'"'-'' "-'^ i'"'"' procliy would militate a�,sins. �f e""'.' '''^ conntri (o n bi. h (h. the Canadian transpottatlor 's billed. . -, . Tile siuip ipplies to Canadian siaf. Bonniaiiies and against Canadian sea- ,. . , . � � being sent throiii;ii Mie i niied i-ih'p? IportB. It is claimed that the freedom te,.(,ory to an \mprican poi' lo h. cf trade between the countries wili shipped to .some other country. u draw trade from Canadian railway.'^is bonded 'li'o :j1> 3rd no duf. i- [;�ic and steamship lines to those belong ihe .\tneriian so eminent. Hie only jing to the United States. As a mat payment ot ''pins at ih-^ ;-on o' , i i: -lif. ariiiuicni ..f Hiai .'-..Ii^-m .iitioca p o; (li>;d-.J '.'il-icaMoiial in-.Mvst.'i -lui !ov,-pi- I'diK atiou I'al Lar;. Alijpiian. " nii.sio hp poinlpd o ||iai lialf of i'lp ipi.iilo!.- , ip. PiJ )ni i'hp pro'iin-i.il mi-,-i-si'\ were .'"laidf of laimonion :ind St.-.i'lii oiia 'i lli.-'o :ld uni liapticn in Ihp cas,.- of the proposed ("alsan uni'ei-.sir.i. 'oi otil.'-ibrpp ni-^n oiilsJde o:' f.'aSuar; ire , nnmiiiaipd. and ')� ciian.p- .i;e ilial none of thorn will be elerted. .Sir Wilil.-im siiould 'eel .-o-bampd of oilip:- ihiii.i;s. and lupiiiioiipd as an py-.iniplp 'he railwa;. nii-tiopo).. p-i;.ii ci�il^ HI fri'i.slr ,-alPS. .;ndrr 'vhi.li iiip Wcfi saffered. .Mr. .Marj^han :o:'l o: n npii^h 'i.ir of bis. a famicr lio i-.iiiiiaspd a lalf al'oui ijo milPs r..in b s lioni'-. and when lie looU ii ^o nc i.ulwa;. -o h-.t.f II !!-aus:iorieii li" found thai n i bPapor wa-. or dqliwrin:. the calf .�.oiild i'p u. iipr a roof -ipd nay him-^elf *J .1 dav ''or ieadiiu r lioiue. An-oilior 'nan luid udd .Mr. Mai-.^hall tha' .von -oiibi ca'-\p an animal m in On-�arlo. ;ii:r postage s'aiun^^ ";i each pierp and inkp it out. in -iny point in 111- WfEi i-henper than ibe freight rates would allow. A UTOMOBILES It too often happens that price is the first consideration in the purchase of an automobile POINTS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING What style of car is it advisable to buy ? GOOD 2 Passenger Runabouts are equipped wit h the same engine power as 4 Passenger Totirlnr Curs. 'I'he first cost Is about the g(ime and the cost lo run is practically tho .same. Do yon then want a 2, 4. fi or 7 Paasenger Car? Care cost money to buy, and afterwards money to run ibem. Thei-efore, the cost of UP-KEEP Is of as much conalderntlon as'the FIRST COST. Too iniiny piircbasers give consideration to the first cost only and ihrn compt-iiii bcoause their repair bill is so heavy. Good cars cosl more than poor oarB lo buy. But good cms cost less lo keep up. are lase trouble and annoyance, much more reliable andywlll endure the strains of work ami rnuRli roads very much longer. The purchaser who buys � car for BUSINESS P UR POSES cannot afford to have li break down. RELIABILITY SHOULD BE HIS FIRST CONSIDER ATION. Again, tho man who buys a car for PLEASURE has missad his object If he finds he can not depend on going oui and back, day after day. wlihoul having to fool with his car. THE ENGINE iieing tho heart of the car. you cannot afford anything but tho best, because a POOR ENGINE means a POOR CAR, TROUBLE, CONSTANT EXPENSE AND LOSS OF TIME. When selecting a cat-do not be satisfied with a trip around town in a new car. Most of them fill tlie bin when new. insist on a long, bard trip. In a car one or two years old. Try U on hill climbing; see rhtit Ihe engine runs cool under bard work; see that, every cylinder runs oquaUy well; tske notice of the vibration of the car. because excessive vibration means short life. If the car fulfills these requirements you can consider the price. The foregoing is an advertisement for the "RU8 SELt." CAR. The "RUSSELL" fills all these re-qv.i'- -m. I Is. Vou can buy a "RUSSELL" thnt classes vvi;h :l.e U limicr, Mo.'certes, i'anhard or Minerva, in eU-g'iiuv o:' flniali and all around perfcciion. v.iih the SILENT KNIOHT ENGINE, tor $3,000 to 16,000 or :.ou can bu.v a ,r;cijcrai purpose car, ,vhlcb has no superior for rellabllltv for $.'3,600 F. O. B. Lethbridge. Tiie Freeman, Macleod Co.. of Letiibridgo. are h andling these cars ajid will bo pleaiiod to supply cfralogu�s and any further Information; also to demonstrate by actual runnins, tho sunerloritv of the "RUSSELL" CAR. Why pay the government |T00 to JIdOO In duty when you buy a car? You don't have �,-o do it. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 121? iter of fact it will not make any dlf ' ferrnce. Transportation is alwavf conducted aJong the most direct rouief !f*i Is cheaper that way than It is aro ind some longer route. The tarifi nia'.tes no difference under the pre sent arrajigement with the Tniiec Srs'es. whereby merohatidlse can bt 'bonded through. For e.tample, a deal 'Cr 'ciprociiy will make absolutely no dif 48 collected at the Canadian boundary Iference in this respect. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND FPOPERTY THE CRITICISM ot real estate men :'^''t" """'e" fl^an with the offered hy C. F. P. Conybeare 18�l"ne agents. at the meeting of the Board or '^"'^ there is a kind of real es laie agent, who are rather real es-* rade council on Thursday is deserv ; ^^^^ owners w ��d by a certain class of men. but it i and place the price on the lots r.'as hardly fair to the legitimate rea 'at a fictltlou.s . alue. Those lots Restate men. Publicity is recognizee could not be sold at those prices il ^8 one of the very necesuary things ii: ; the purchasers were fully aware ol ftiullding up a modern city. The city!f^e actual value of the property. Thai ^Tuust be known to the outside public or i ihey are not fully possessed of this �people will not come to live here, .I'nri ' infornialion .*1t is necessary to have population in; they W'm Alsie. a riroininem Ontario i iii.iirirariarer. ibinks r.'cipro. i'> is alii riphi. and evpu copi .-o far .ap lo say i b,- would suT.pon. anrcslriited rpci-prociiy. "An;iliinsi: that put luone'. in ilie farmers' pocl^ets would re.iu'.i. in I hem buying more qoods. and more e.\i,ensive goods, and everyone would benefit as a cou'ecriience." says Mr. i .Maie. lie can't be a member of iliej Mannfa.-inrers .-\ssnriation or ho wo'ild not lalk that way. I From Other Sanctums An Angel .�Monlipc' i'.'iMUl.) The Con.ser'.a'iv.� (lOn on pnblicily work, and then allows itself to be counted out of the Wesieni Canada league. Does Lethbridge really believe thai SlsOOO is^ Ibe world iielie'.p ihal teal town without fire chief to succeed tjie late Chief i Kilkenny is to be commended. If it \ should prove that there is not a man ^ on the local force fjualitied to hold the' 'order to have a city. The value ol ^property Is created by ihe desire ol ; people to secure it, and values can--not be increased beyond the demand 'for tlie property It is in the interest of the real estate ageni not to have the value placed high, for sales come �more readily when Ihe price Is low. is due to the faci thai are not supplied with it by the dealers Some even go farther and misrepresent the values. This class of real estate man is (ommonly called the fakir. But It is not .iust to cla�s-the legitimate agents with these men There are fakirs and crooks In aii classes of business, and the legitimate members of the business are made to Fond Memories I .Moncton Transcrlpi.l Lei's sep? W.is il not the Tory . . i partv ill power which ran the C. P. R position, then Ihe council sho Id go. outside for a chiel. Local .nfliece. - .-ounecions witb. and associations would not mteife.e^^^^ ^^^^^^ alty tlien? Was ii no) the Tory pariv lu nower. with Ceor.ep R. foster i-'inanc-i Minister, which stibc.id'U'or| I'a-nadian sleaiiiprs lo run wiib '."an .idian mails from a Yankee nurr In lli'pai Briiain Hush' lion't remind them of iliai. they arc loicl nov,-. propei-'y I with the discharge of Ihe duties of fire chief, as they mighl in some otlier branches of public service, and in this '*l'he more numerous the sales, the'suffer for rheir misdeeds, ^jreater is the amount of commission i The Board of Trade would be jiistl-"j-ecelved by the selling agents. When ! fled in e-vposlng the dealings of those an-owner litis a property, the first ; who do not conduct ibeir business as ylhiug the agent wants to know is what | they should. Thai is pan of their duty jla the lowest price the owner wil'to the public. Bui to e.vcUide from Jtake for it. It is easier lo sell the ^ Its membership those who are working Miroperty for the minimum price than for Ihe interests of the city, and inci-\\\ is for u higher. If the prices ol dentally making their living while riy-,*l.jetl9brldge property are higher ihan.ing so, would not be in the Interests 'they ought to be, as .Mr. Conybearelof the Board, of the city, or of the alleges, the fault would seem lo liel public generally. OUR POINT OF VIEW Thai dynamite explosion was most startling news that has reached Chicago by wireless for some time. Uid any one hear the pet names Hob I liu and Rogers called Haultaln when '''"I bey heard of his reciprocity speech? It was a daring bluffer of an English M. P.. who offered to throw the Irish Nfli ions lists out of the House of Com moiiR i-^en the Winnipeg Telegram could not [iriut the language. It is lo he noticed that dnrine 'lie i last week or two ihe Consen ali-. pf at Ottawa are not asking the goi-pn.niPni to have rend in the house all Mm , ,-,m He surely had never heard oi � rn'micatlnn., from the people rcMard'ns Uonnybrook. j reciprocity. You Can.^t Get Cured of anything by slot methods nickel-in-the It is remarKtible liow the i!.�uall' The longer the people think ovn ,'%'Oliible Western Toi' nienii'.er'- hi.- M'e re; lprncif\ a.srperupii' .t ateepins? silent In the reciprocii.\ dis 'hej, '-hink of ll Appro, al > .oin.i.-cusJloM. Why don't they apeak up In from the most nnexppcie.i mailers In meeting? i the moat ane.xpecled ways. The Owen Sound Board of Trade vot Hon. Clifford SIfton and Hon F W d for reciprocity. It Ig a manulH lar- O. Haultaln will now hp niadp ihe re ing town and a big shipping centre, clpienr.a of oompHmontB from -..oinc�> but the solid men there do not fear! from which they have i>9pn acci.^iora fthe Injury to industnea and shipping ed to receive eveo'lhlng else but com 'predicted by the Conservative* Ipllinentary referenct. At the Ked Cros.s. Your past experience has proved that the physician and dispenser w'no have put years of study into iheir life work feel In a large raea.iure responsible for resnlis.- If yon (iet Dosed by \ limber you ntay with good luck gei over il in limp, bin real safety lies in our iiilelligent lire-scrlpllnn work. liicreasiiig: Deniaiui is warrant for our largely In-ireised stock of NV ai. iJKMi: i>ij:s Red Cross Drug & Book Co. i-.tcCREADY-The Dispenser. SjACiE-The Picture Framer. PHONE 568 -Continuous Service- Side Lights : PPcr lo pay for it in either case. I'm ,;ot,-it Id pass tile debt on to posterity, lis; lb" ^�inip as a big ci^y does.-Chi-� A^Q Ti- iiime. phrase. Is a inighly poor way to retain a .good woman ohnrch worker thinks it yiHir youthful vigor. In IMe-a' York I Life. I "The woman acro.ss the hall from iis 1^ lead." "Ko'.v did you find thai our"" "Why, I hapiiened to see il in the' caper." ] SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY i Atchison. Kan., Globe. I The biggest stone statue is in .lapaii, -H feet high. If a man can- raise a inonstacbp wl'hont hearing remonstrances from his wife, that's a sign that he is master ter of his own household. : sliould. There isn't any sure method liy whii-b a young in.'in may win the heart and liand of the girl of his ciioice, lint parental objeciion probably helps' h'm more than anything else. Win. Sadler, of Lindsay, had a thumb "You decei'.pd me." iirotested the woman ai liie washtuli. "Wlien you Mnarrieri me .^oii said you had a joli [ on the road." : ".-Ynri so i did, niy dear," retoinodi ber husband, who was hitting the pipe I in an easy chair, but it hasn't arrived yoi."-f'liicngo .Vows. j j, "Hello, Binsky," said .Jorrocks, "I bear yon iiirtied up at Willo'Jghhy's fancy dress ball." "Yes," said liliie Hinks. i "What did you go as?" asked ,Ior-rocks. ; "niiy," said Utile l^iiiks, "Leathered 111 nr NP'-. '. nai-'s mail and wont as (i liiii fiiC.' -iiarpcr's Weekly. He -1 wonder wbai the meahiiiK .,l IKilii-r is.' 'Ibe youth and maiden aiP in a .cndei aniiad?* .-ihe -dh, don't yon see? He !la^. i.iro. asked hpr lo marri him, and shi-is a'ippilnr Mm. 'Iln'^ sweei. \\'lini dor-s- -be artist call tbc picture? lie Hooking aboat)-Oh, 1 sec It's wi-^lrlon on a card at the bottom- � Sold."-Ll|>rinoott'8. .Man with the Bulging Brow-Why do yon want lo take a taxi cab when i you can get an ordinary cab for about; half the money? .Man with Uulbiioys ..Nose-What do ^ jf care how much It c^sts? I dont ex- __ i^ucking the artistic temperament | Sartorial note: A long green costume ""er Sensibilities, we are; is (lulte appropriate to wear to the unable to see a great deal jjf ilifference' olf in a sawmill at Cayuga, races, but very few wear them awav helween nude and naKed. ; -'olin Austin, a C. P. R. news agoui. from such an occasion. i ------- : aifesled at Windsor on complaint ------ . ' i If there Is ever a law conipp.Hin-/. ibc : that he robbed a sleeping passengpr Being "one of the boys,;' according men to go to church, it will have to , of a watch, gold ring and $10. lie was iio the common Inlerprelaiion of the be ifiartial law If It obtains the results I "'emandvd for senlenoe. Western Canada Agency Limited 1st Avenue South Phone 712 SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911-- TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS- TATENT Wiiiflow Coal (Mnitos. Moral Lath. Comrr Bead. Heaver Board. .Plaster ��f Taris, Keeiie's < 'cinejii. Huildiiig Pajter. s V\re Brick. Fii-o CMay. Ceineiit. ^^'ood Filire IMasier. (lalvnui/cd Slied-. Meuih' Hoofiiiu'. Wall" Kelt.