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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tar. LETHBBIDBi; UAiLY HEBAL0 Tuesday, March 14, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by th� Lethbrldge Harald Publiahing Co., Utd., every lawful evtnino at ita offlct. Sixth street. Lethbrldfls, Alberta. Can. . W. A. BUCHANAN-Manaalng Director and Editor. PHONE: ., ___,-. PHONE: Editorial, " j aana^ ' Advartiaing Rcportorjal. and , J'jJ^IdItJj^.s t ' Circulation and Newa Dept.- t ^^^^^^s^^SP^ ' ' Oepts. 1224 LTT!!T1_J  1252 DAILY SUB8CRIPTJON RATES 1 .vear, delivered........�4.00 � ' year, ny mail.........J3.00 n aionibs, delivered.....12.00 . moniha bv mall $175 R months, delivered.....11.00 ; *" ; month, delivered.......35c , H moullis. by mail.......S6c .UidresscR chHnxed as often aa desirsd, but both new and old addresses inuat be tlven. WEEKLY HERALD I'ublinhed every WeHtiesday In eight or more pag�s, and contaius a summary of the news of the week, local and disirict. � year in adv.ince ----11.50 ; 3 nionths, in advance____50o 0 inontlie, tu .Wvaoc* ....Hi ^ THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Ltthliridge-Red Cross Dnig , Cranbrook, B. C-Bf-atfie & & Bool; Store, J. G Kober:- ] ^^tciilson. son & Co.. .Tac'ltBon & Cope. ' Claresholm-O L. Kt-inecke. Alexa:idn, Hotel. l>eople-a i L*ke-I)r. Tu�ham. I n-ui; a.iore , ' , ,^ , . iVlacleod-Voujig & Co , R. v.-. Diamond City-Pr. D.Arcs iiamiliou f IJ"'* Pincher Creek-K.J.Mitchell, ; IVledicine Hat-Northani D. L. McC'reii Vancouver, B. C. - World Taber-VVostlake Bros. | '�Vlcio .\ew� Co Cardaton-Albertu Di-.ig St 1 Minneapolis-Urun t. i- Brciwu Book Oil. ! 219 4th St. Fernie, B. C-Percy beal. i Alio on all C. P. R. Trains. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Offic* In the world rOlKDBD A.D. I? 10 . BI-CElSTKNAtV 3�10 Home OrncuE. London. Enoiand - . ^adlM Braacb. Sun 6;.-lldlBri. Toroalo. H. M. BUckbnro, Maa�4�� Get a Good Candidate Out w- 'HILK it will doiibtless he some little time, a couple of weeks jirobably hefnrp the plection Of an aidfrman to lake llie pliuc ol the laif .\ldermaD Andrew Tilley takes plaie. if is very injponaiit tliai lu> time rihoiild lie lost m settiMR � jjood repre.-JPnraiive man in the field .If one real good man who woiiM he representaliie o: the citir.enshiii i)f thp city would roine definitely inin the field his election woiild be assiir . wiio could with liiile incon veil inn'f and trouble so aiT.inge their imsinesf affairs to enahlp ihein to undertakt--Uie duties of a member of the oit>  onncil. H i. or 7 Paaiseinjer Car" Curs cost lnl^ney to bu>. and afterwards money to run thf-m. Therefore, the rosi of UP-KEEP i* of ar. much i-oiialderarloii ra the FIRST COST. Ton many purchasfrs sive eonslderatloii to the first, cost only .nnd Tlirn >ompl;iln hecauae ihoir repair hill la so heavy. Crood cars coat more than poor cars to buy. But good curs cost lese to keep up, are leae trouble aaid annoynnc;\ much more reliable and will endure the .strains of work and roush roads very much longer. The purchaser who buys a car for BUSINESS P URP08ES cniiuol afford to hovg it break down. RELIABILITY SHOULD BE HI6 FIRST CONSIDER ATION. Again, Ihc man who buys a car for PLEASURE has tnlsaed his objecr If he finds he can not depend on Roiug out and back, day after day, without having rr> fool with hin cur. THE EMGINE beiim the heart of i.lie car, you c annoi afford au.vthin�\\:: Dang ii. Oi've roi ant." I Kot the ' A Reckoning For Tory Members Bia^k and While. ONE TK1.\'G ilie fleciors ol n'-si Lion shows that tliey want to ^=el ve "Jf '''s prsivin.e fa\or liic .iKn-omcnt ern Canada should keep in u-im the uany leader? ai Ottawa in spite *o he announces 'hat hi.4 eoveriiraent is the fact thai i)\e Cons.Tva of rhe wishes of their ____ to delay the adoption of �.eclprociiy tried to nrevein rpcin.-ociiy comin? until after a election had i.�rn into force at once or a.s soon as the 'l"!,,. Tory press is ir>iiis to ma^i held. The people if ihp West want ^Senate-of the I'niipd States adopt it, j-., readers btdievp that Sir Wilfrid reciprocity, and they want It as soon 'I'his placing of party before people i.Hurier and the Liberal ores.a are as possible. Any action lo deltiy iis,�'ill not he forgotten by the people ' abusing Siftiin, Uerniau and tlie oth-adoption is contrary to" their wtshPi' "f 'he West. The electors ol i.iiifirals who do iiot agree with and they should not forget i his a. Their ac-1 roii and .'VlcCarttn. , Ulierai party rei o?nize.= the ris;hi ol .an> man to liold any opinion lie likes .and lo act upon it as he like.'*. Thp !l-iberal press has maintained, a.-^ the syB;-^'^'i and Empire, for instance, says THE statesmanship I ' I.Spokane Spokesmnn-lieview.'i � "But now we arc old," says Premier Laurier, in .^peakins of the reci-|Tocii\ E^greenieni. "to let well on ' oush alone. Is this Canada or China? (I'lf policy i.i: jidvance. We are,' .i.ii've all. .ID aKricuUural country. Our t)lviect lodts Is to open the door to .\niorican markets." This is a statement based upon' foresight and enlightened statesmanship. Jteciprooiiy will helri the con-' ..p ,hit it 1. earned out in a sys : M^il Empire, for instance, says ^..^^j^^,, 3,^,^^ MAXV up-to-date cities and towns ,, ,his way the thai Clifford Slfton >.s one of the nraiii ^^^1^ each year organise a regtila. '^^^''-^^ ^^"^'.^.anec^ up in one day.;.est men in the cotmtrj and there ^.^^.^ : general clean-up day when P^^^.^^^,,"^^ .,Uva^s comes ^ has not been a Liberal pauer say ^^.^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ,he whole commtmity receive., a thor- Tte eUh^^^^^ f,,iUtates ,heianx'"ing different since he ''roUr opposing' ough cleaning. The day is set apar from -f^^^J^ ^^^^^^ with the government on tU.s tssue. as iwactlcally a holiday. . "^ZlTo.T^r^ citizen who has an.^ i. . ritizen is urged to become acti\el> neais to eve., .'latoresied. Make Lethbridge Clean Each one. irrespective pride in his own properly, and in Uie j ' of what locality he lives in, is request-i city as a whole. .-^ move ahouid be ' p�i to see that some part of the com-: made to have some auch action taken vraunlfy la made clean and attractive ; in the city, as it would doubtless have, .as a result of the day's work. The^a most beneficial result in making plan for a "clean-up" Includes an ap- and lleeping tlie city clean. The peal lo the draymen of the city and. Herald made this suggestion last year; (to taanisters generally to help in the and would urge it even more strong-; work by donating at keaai a part ol | ly this year. It might be added that; (their services in hauling the rubbish; the city of Great Kails is taking thiBj 'to the public ilu-nip. The school child- I'lan this year of geltlng the iriiyj reii are also organized to help along, clean from ihe accumulation of dirti the work. A committee of citizens isjlhat is bound o come during the'  appointed to organise ihe work, and'winter. opposing any movemen- that is a change. OUR POINT OF VIEW [ipople feel in all Taber men do not want to be known . That is the way .'ts people opposed to reciprocity jcities. 'I'he.v will not let a few speak for ihemj ----- Hn I hp matter. . The Canadian Club of Vorkioii is - 'tiTing to pull oft a soei-tacular fe^t- .^lakp Letlriiridgp beautiful by niak-''ire- They have inviied 1-lon. Clif-j"ing Letllbrtdgp clean. it can be done | ford Siflon and the editor hi the \ all in one day if everyliody goes at i' at once in an organized wa.\. Grain tirowers' Guide to attend a meeting to give both sides of the re- .--- dprocily issue. It would be a rneet- The newspapers will soon ha\e anl'ng worth going miiPs to attend. .t)UDdance of copy. Theodore Roose ' ~ ' veit is starting off on a two months ' Sir William Mackenzie savs that peaking tour. I Ihe C. \'. K. will spend twelve mil- --�-- 'lion dollars in the West iliis year. It \f. a safe bet that the members i'i'hat. added 10 tlie thirty miiliona by 'Bt the Saskatcliewan legl�lature slept | the A-�roMfded. mags mesting of rtogliia! premier of New Hrunawick, is a wise citizens iiassed a strong resolution i guy. He does not want to go figainat demanding that ihe city council allow,hi* party at Ottawa on the feclprodtv tie press ar. all committee meelings Intattey. but he knows that the People Does Advertising Pay ? rmier tlit? ;ilio\o ((inmion - phico f|iip.--liitn we lioreby tui-ni)iiiice llijil for one week, t'lidin^f Saliii-rliiy. J.sih March, wt-shall inakf tht' tfSt i>f oftoring every boi.ik in our store and every roll of wall pa])er 'n; our Hh(;lve;^ at pretty lu^ir-ly tlio hii'l down ('((.-.t of tlic gond.-;. Kf*.-;ull.kit )) 'il. hut that our offi.'!' 1- nii.j-liiuetl. that our price.s an- mislead-iijg. or thai uiidesir-ahle civdit luis been turned down. Red Cross Drug & Book Co. Mr. Sifton'g Fear I.Moil I real Witness.) It is free trade Mr. Siflon is'afraid; of. not anne-ation. His professed tears for aiiuevation coming out ot , the treaty are absurd and his argu-iiieni is most liumiliating to Canada, for if aiincxa'ion is to be the result of free trade with the I'nited Stales, ilipn Ihe Cnitcd States has us absol ;itely in her power, for nothing we can do can prevent her lowering her duties lowanla us and buying free ftoui us, ami 'is s.ime would have it. spoiiia otii deprpcjii esi hecau.op I niFesbieints Suite lis Sherlock Buildmg P.O. Box 1979 Phone nient .\'r niierra- commerce all a.|ee. He.^^;_ no doubt be inconvenienced: his. way to Washington from Chicago the recpro-^ity a^^vee-; up one morningjor breakfast catue Win ki,":hnve:;:;';:c;i,;::"0 a ,.ea,h sentence to Ute cities, .oi and in the dining room w. M-a.le or Canada, if that is so, then is, immediately by e.vecut.on. the We.wert, Canada nacking trade ^'fton's i. uidee.l a .strange in a perilous posiiion. whetlier the ag-j^'�"' _ ^______________ reeiuem is nsseuipd to or iioi at this, lime, for there is no rtoubl about the, fart thai the democrats will clear awiiy the tarif on Canadian cattle' so snun as they have the power, no, mafer wha( Caunda may do ahou', the-Ciiiiadlnn tari'f. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The avera.?e nulse of 9 heallliv ina beats 12 times a mlnuie. McCREADY-The Dispenser. SAGE-The Picture Framer. PHONE 556 -Continuous Service- i'o liear .\Ir. Sifton. Prunes and Phrenology one would ihinU Canada could, wiUi- (,j,^rles H. Fullawav, as.^istant sii o-.i- bnrm , herself, refuse to deal -in.endonr of the diMsion of finan will, Iter neighbor (..;ir railways de-: p^,g, ^ffj^.p pend vcrv hirgclv 'or their pro.�perity, chesapeakB & upon Ciiiied Siores traffic ,nnd on be-! inc allowed lo eiiier Cniteti Htatefi territory and pracriciili\- acquire T'n-iied Stales railways, and this depend-! ence the railtv.^vs are cuIfirating morpl and iiioi-e. 'I'hen w'lai would our icy j tile mills ilo without I'nlted States; 'oilnii, ii'ir t'arniers without I'nlted, Stiiies corn, our ships without I'n-' iieil Slate.-; nortp'' Truly, as we havP: said, i:' great traffic and other great intercourse berween the two countries i spells .iiinexation. then la that horrid-ivord nearly spelled already. Bui .Mr. Siflons .s'leech is a mass of curious ren^foninp. most of it is tops}'-! fiirv.v. lie lells iik gravely, for in-' stance, that "urban communities i'avp 1101 been living at the expense  of 'he farmers, hut the fantier him-' MCir is geitinp more I bun his ahare' of I he general i^rosuerliy of the conn-1 try" This if � bold assertion. Whom j then are the urban communities liv- 'as delighted to see that cne of the items on tlie ______ bill of fai'e was stewed prunes. .Suicide is less prevalent in Ireland He looked up to bc^ltoii 10 liis wait than in any other country in iht er and tell him to brine an order ol world. Ihe prune.?. But he did not luj\e to - give ihe order, for the waiter was bur Ip Gtuiuany bicycles are now used I'ying down the aisle wi.h the .-aucer almost e:;clusively by the of pruneR on I lie tray. ;elas.seH. "How did you know I work! II? wanted l>runes?" aalred Fpllaway, in! Speaking of- the deep dlsappoint-"i#tv. I knowed it." said the waiter. I "tents of this life there Is the meeting "l-.v'y man wif a healihy-lookin' hai(l''^ra real cowlioy by the man who got department ,'pat.s prunes, Besides, I'se a phrenoly-i his Wild West notions from a popular Ohio train on ' gist."-Popular .Magazine. Iilctlon. Western Canada Agency Limited Ist Avenue South Phone 712 SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911.- Well-drilling Outfits can rely upon prompt delivery of .ing upon, and who. If not the farm ers. are oaying ihe ex,'.rB prices which the tariff secures to ur'oan products'.' Are Ihe protected industries liro'poriiig liy taxing eacli other, like the iKi-mer's hoys who grew rich by ewappins lackkniv.JS'? Wipe out- �r. iian communlli.?*, and the farmers Well rasiiin'. W'ruuylii Iron I-'ipo. (iai vaiii>;<'(l f'ipc. .Sled lUid .Miiiiil la Hope Wiiidiuill I'liiiips. I'orcc riiiiip^. <^.^^oliln�. l-iiliric;ii iiio- ( few ;