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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta immmm TlTi: LETnBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KSXAei-ieMeO december 100t Publiihed by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at tt� office, Sixth street. Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: .T...^T,^^,T___ PHONE: l�dltorial., .,�*5iniBB�^ J Advertising .Seportorlal, and > .rgg^rS^^i . Circulation and News Dept.- | ^^^8^^^^ * Depts. 1224 UTTT1TJ 1252 DAILY subscription rates ! yenr, delivered........MOO , i year, by mail.........13.00 C, months, delivered.....$2.00 ^ ,,,,,v,, k,. .,,ii :dvaDc? .$1.50 ...764 3 months, In advance----50c SOME SNAPS 50 X IlT) cor. tSovojilli Ave. ( Loiidd ii Hd,) uiid Sex (Milfciil li �Sr (Kino-s-I'lirv Si.) .$m). Ta.x I -"J on SixUMMiili I.M. Si. ( Louise Si.) ill Block " K." 'S4r�() (.idi 20 ft. Lethliridge-Red Cros.s Drug Book .Slorr, .1. C. Kobe.-; & 11 li- Cu.. .lackson i- Cope. .� le.xnndni Hotel. Pcopies Drug Store Macleod-Young & Co , R. W. Hamilton P nciier Creelv-E.J.Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Taber-Wcstlake Bros Cardston-Albcr:a Drug ,�: 'rtnok Co Fjrnie. B. C.-Percy Be.i'. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C-Beatlle * Atchison. Clareshoim-O. L. Keineciie. Grassy Lake-Ur Tugham. Diamond City-Dr. DArc's Drug Store Medicine Hat-L..M.Norlham Vancouver, B. C. - World Wide News Co Minneapolis-Brown an arausi'inent somewiiai siiMil:ii or political reasons iin> not really to ihe samo nf tying Itnots in the Brit worthy of ihe full righl^^ o( citizenship. isli I.ion'.s tail, whicli was unic tlir' __.___ chief sport of the Irish noliiiciniis in i They Don't See It the fnitPd Slates. The latter class | have ai>piirenily gained a great deal ot i Public Opinion Being Expressed 1 I'Jdmonton Saturday .Vows. )� It is (]Uite safe to say that the pre-Unowlertge and i-onimon-sensc tlurint'' sent reciprocity agitation has had the ilu> few years, and the IJons effect of making tlie return of the Con tail has once more grown siiiooili and servatlves to power at the next gencr siialght. 'I'li^' Canadian flag-wavi'rs .,| election an impossibility. Vet fill however, have not made the i^anip pro i, nrose everything was tendin.j; to the gresK nor the -;anio intellectvMi growth defeni of the administration, and ii is iiossihie that they may gei i � themselves into irouble. For f.\aniple, if the l-iberal ,:;overn-i 50 x I2n oil Wvncc Si. -^IHir). o iHtoiu couauo. woll hiiiU. on (j'j 1-l*' x 1 l*.'> It. (liOiidoJi lid.) iiiid Sixlcciitli Si . (liOuiscS 7 room lully jnodeni house on ('oiiri iaiul Si. .liig^cst .snap ever offered ii' lakoii al oiicf. This house has lull hasenioiil, t'lroplaco, and hard-w'ood fh)oj-s. all finished in hesi style ])ossihle: on lot 41 ft. on conier. Pi-iee 14200. F^asiest kind ol'lerriis. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Irteasons Why Some People Are Opposed to Reciprocity s]ito , , , , >'i''ni should be driven hv thhe taunts; i Sn-m f^>.,i no,,..... , BlJf OPINION i. growing!'-"' ^f'-^^^" �f '' of ,,e Tory press to increase the Bri..' ^lavor Dovn-^^^^^^^^ . stronger in favor of reciprocity ^ �'��st hut were watting for fuller dis- pp,,>,ene.. from one-third to one-'has been in he u,? , , n . every day. The movement.'in,-as.on hefore tnaUing their opinions ,,,� p,o,ectionis,s t, Irtv otld veajs kn - whaThe lI tho de.,e,-ate efforts heing ' P'."'-- Now they have had a f''>'' ^-eV Jn^a.l f.ut.ess, whom _s^^^ -al^n.Ibotit whet^ L;;!^ tLal^ tl" is the best THE ing in favor ai an ever increasing rale l''rom the strongiiolds of Toryism in Oniirio come reports of leading Conservatives coming out .strongly in its favor li seems as though Ihe public'ably. ....... .....- .-, u --------� �' "" .-...-.i.iu luujing aoout when h put forth hv ,he monied interests who; '� '�"k "'e nmtiev. blame? if left alone, the Libera, reciprocity agreement fancv thev'will be iniured is increa^-' T**- �-^"� l^^i-'-fO" '" expressing t;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3, Ottawa would prohabiy thing that could happen ,0 Canada.� fano the> wi,l be, is nheir opinions. The common sense and ,,,i,,ain the Ciinadian tariff as it i. .Mr. IJownev is not .peaking from polit-' the busines.s sense of the People have',-,,. n,,,her of years longer..exceptiii.a ical .prejudice, for h,- is a llfe-lougi overcome anv uartv bias they may pnlv tlie pre=eiit Reciprocltv a/reemeiil Cmiservative, I'lut from a knowledge 0�' have had. and their unprejudiced voi-c i have been long enough in offic the benefits of the V. S. markets in the: is now speaking freel;, and unmistakr. understand what vested inter.=sts period prior to the -MvKiiilpy and Ding-, jtiienn. They iuive encountered fairly'ley bills. Barley was then king in the > �- - ^" -= strong opposition in their attempt to'counties bordering on Lake Ontario as A ' r r\ r>f �-]tp> Y M C A* popularize b'ecinrocity with the T"ni mr east as Cornwall. The farmers had; /Anniversary or ine l.JVl.V^. states. Because of that Reciproi- become skilled in ilie raising of this' � it; .iCST a year ago la.'-t nigiii|f'''* thou.sand dollar plant ^^as erected arrangement, it will be necessary srain, to get the crops iiarvested he-: since the big banquet was held^""' '" "^'laf- ^ record. |^ niake some re-adJustments in the fore the rains of tiic early part of .fuly in this cilv to lannch a campaign ,''"''� emhusiasm with which the in^sti- p^^p^^, j^, ^^p preferentia, '''^''^cned its color, ami the premium 1 In i?et a Young Men's Christian Asso-'"'^'�" ''"s been (akon up by those for Xevertholess. no one antici-"ie.^- got for it over .\ew York State! Th-u ban-iuet was Instituted has p,,gj, ,,,3; j.aurier Government i-^^ '"'f' Wisconsin barley more than paid.  ' -been very gratifying to tnose who have anxious at the present moment to in ''le ^ow U.S. duty of the period. When.M eieiMUing con- ,ad the matter in hand. A member- ^.^p^^p ontish Preference in a yen i"�"'e^'e'-. the C. S. duy wa.s-increas(>d, C. A. ever sinct ghid of nearly six hundred in less than p,.g, jpnse. i'o '-'f"'-'' Per buchel. the Canadian! h:iy been euuaUy successful. The three months after the buiidins was campai-ti of fla"-waviiig mav '"'"''^ ^^'^^ "�'''^'^ '''^ pros-: ' ' }f the^''**^' entirely remnv. ( i.iherals are to he accused of betray-1 !:';.,.^/:: ^''f return of tho I -elation building, a sreat success and nected with the Y. .VI ccirpalgn was a record-breaker in sev-,opened, is a record which stand.i .nione ernt particulars and made a name for among cities of the size of Lethbrldge ''.^ ', r situation l.r>thbridj;e all over the continent. The In all branches of iis activity the lo evam-pleset bv the men of thi, citv cal Y. M. C. A. is doing excellent work Ca.iada. and betraying the Empire^ w., an inspiration to those who were Its efforts to develop "the three-thirds H�C'"r"'-lf'-- proposals, and ii ; profitable prices of the early 'SO's. u'--'ertaking a simUar work in othei of a man" are meeting with gratifying ci:!�s. so th.lark. ot Toronto, the latter forinerly of Palmerston. These gentlemen, the ^ j former of wlunii was one of the eigli-, j ' Furiheritiore. Canada is about due tciteen Toronto Liberals wiio signed the ' ; leave the baby stage. Wo have been ' manifesto against the reciprocal agree-; Suite Sherlock i^'s one better and establish what woiiii practically Ijc free trade '.vith Creai Britain? Reciprocity and an Anglo-Saxon Alliance ________ PTHE PROPOSED RifiClPROCITY ^^"^^ of Sir Edward Grey In London ''"eeping along the floor of the .Xorth , inent, now .control the price o7 biulTy agreement between the Cnited ^^''^ ''een received by the press of American continent quite long enough j in Ontario, and are able to make a ^ body told him so, when his picture wag; THE Ihe triangle by getting closer relatitms wiii! il,n fnited States. That the feeling is reciprocated in the I'niied Stares Is lery evident from the words of President Taft. The wa> his words and in the esteem of the peonle of these nations tor Sir Wilfrid Laui-ier. the statesm-un who, more than any other, has been the means of bringing the movement lo its present position. OUR POINT OF VIEW Make l^eilibridge clean. I The reciprociiy discussion liag re- ------ vealed to the people of the Tnlted �ili State.s and Canada the foolishness and j er li.MiiP>ieH(!. and h� got ii. 'fuiiilty of i)Ppo8ing governments foi , party a sake when the vital interests Tl.o I niipil State;, seems i., i..- � ^'e nation are at stake, little leaiv of rlie greasers and liicir as ^=||l iatiori'i with ilie .lap, 'I'lie opposltiiin had lery little fault to find with the immigration work ol i The ^^i,y the rank and file of the ^-lon, Frank Oliver-s departmer.i. When Tory par-v ,-ir.- iHa>-in? liie ranks tnuBi " denartmenl is administered a. nro- h.- \ei-.' conitorline for .Mr. Boideii, f'aiiiila viii be llic ii|p=i Uiai binds the componei-.i parts of ilie .-^n itlfj-Saxon race gressively, as economiraily and 33 efficiently as his there cm lie no legitimate criticism. Sii VViiliaiji \lac!(('ii?ie e\iden;lv Even the nianufaclurers are l)0gin-ning lo see that reciprocity -.vill he a good thing for them, 1 hey will soon , ,,,,,, ,.  'Parn not to be alarmed when Fielding h.mks 11 s better to uay hts men two ,hem things are all right. He �onts an hour more on the street rail- .nows their business better than thev .a m \t innipe, than have a .trike. do from the Uriff standpoint. Wt^! Ofe" T''L"^ W:t,; iiiissiu getting iiacomfortabiy close in the K:\'d\ and the Cnitcd States Kiueliiiig :i ,lpianeBe mouse in Mexico, '1 lo-ik,; i,s iliuugh the .lap would have his iiunii ".ill Xfe-.MiiE out of trouble. ,^ ^, _, ,., Stop the flag Waving iCanadlan Courier, 1 The rejor.l of the ^ . .\l. C. A, during' Tied ' up with the ouestion of thf thf year that has pa.ssed sin^th March, we sliall niako the test of ottering eveiy book in our .store and every roll of wall paper on our i^helve? at pretty nearly the laid down coat of the good.-^. i{Gj;iilts will 'tell us u-hother newspaper a d \' ei't -inents are read by the ]Miblic. or whether pup-licity by no\v.-; is a fake. ]'"ailure to sell will not, l>e considered yjroof that tliis ftd. has been skipped, Viut that our otTer i? mis-timed, that our prices are misleading, or that undesirable credit has been turned down. RedCrossDrug & Book Co. McCREADY-The Dispenser. SAGE-The Picture Framer. PHONE 5S5 -Continuous Service- Sf^i.'e-Tnd cVnada "results In'hrinE' ''�"i continents is ample proof that " '� '^'^o^t time that Canada stood up tng "::^Vr:^:^2:^lVV:^:. P-P"^ '�" "-'�P� concerned,and walked like a man. The people , , are heartilv with them In any move,--- Kmpire into an Anglo-Saxon alliance, ^^^^ ^^^^ fo,,,a,io, ,f ' ^ it will serve a much more Important Anglo-Sa.\on alliance. -'^ o'.I'r-F than merply helping to make Can There Is no doul)t liiit what the re-iiuiana rich, it looks as though the I3ril- ciprocity agreement iind the discussion isli people, seeing thit there is a seuti- which it has brought abyut. has been luent in Canada and the I'liited States the most polent factor in calling forth favorable 10 freer trade and friendly re- iliese expressions of sentiment on both lalions and knowing that the relatiotif: sides of the .All-'-inlIc, Should the al-b.iweeii Canada and Great Britain ari-iliance become ait accomplished fact 01; a satisfactory Imsis, liave concluil-ias there is every appearance of its he-I'd that it would be well to i-ompletc [ coming, there will be noplace too higli LOYALTY THE good thing out of exporting the malt exhibited. Evervbodv but one The' 1 he once in Ontat-ro averages Bf.c. to Udy. whose opinion 'he valued most, b^ni;:^ ^^d'thl'^tlr Sr-rrS::^^^"^ exhibition ! Brinsh �p;:;f;rence-;h;;:-1;" of sunflower philosophy conservatives! .Mexico now has a smokeless pow 'I'he Conservatives had opposed the''ter factory with an annual capacity ol -was intro-|ll".OU" pounds. , .1""" duccd. Thoy were shouting for it now. i -" article. .\o wonder Mr. :Matthews isl .,, hardly wait." she bubbled., lie did not believe thev were sin-, Leander Wise is terrnjlv opposed tn opposed to the agreement. H would,-which is your picture?- cere. I !e would like 10 see i he (.lovern- the pure food law. He has a suburban jmean his p.i.-.ns a hipher price for �This one." he told her. and waited, ment put the Conservathes and the' grocery and snends so much time Sai- the barley he mtills. J he same with she studied it criticallv. "Whr' ----- � Mr. Flavelle. 0. the Davit's Packing ^ called?- she wanted to know. -Wood Nymphs." Co.. of Toronto. Me practically die-jtates the price of not only hogs but "What is manufacturers to the test by inereas-. in..,' the Country, that he doesn't ha%. ing the British preference lo forty per! time to scrub the floor and dean thf' ... , , ^P"'- '�'liej- -^^-ould not .support it be- My .specks off the show cases j cattle in the Toronto inarket, and ho u'r' 'f' '''^'manuf.tctttring friends _________ awfully hutes the prospec, of com- Z ^ '"^-y; '�">; ^^-o"'" petition from the Fnited Slates, we"''"'"''''-',""'''' ""''^^ �f Conservative voice raised' ^AME'."? -Argonaut. lor it. frnrn \11- r; t. ri,rri,n ,t,,-, -Mr. .lustice do not mean by this that there is any combine among the meat packers- they siiy there is not and we take their word for It-but woe betide the small paciier who would dare pay on the not let them. There would tioi bo> a Conservative voice raised' FAME'."? PATHWAY for it. from .Mr. n. L. Borden down lo[ �li's'-lf^e Ljimar adds another '.Mr. Crockett-From the report of .\| r. j."�'"'"' erals 10 the Opposition--It will lake much courage 10 over-, and medieval, ifs bound to .go, like ^Hiy don't voii cheer" come. fieneral Baden Powell was born in 1X.=;7. The distinguished officer w'll alwa\'.s be associated with the nioi-whai I stirring events at Mut'eking in iln-lioer war. In recent years the wor:-he lia.s (Ituie for the boy scouts rnovc-uieiit Is iiiiii'ersaliy known. He i.s 1 man with literary and artisii.- as wcM i"hlB was followed \ty Liberal cheers milittiry |tbe mistrust and haired that used'lc: iexist between Minneapolis and St. Paul anf' laughter at ilie Opposition for sii-: 'Minneapolis anti St. Paul are a^-- ""6 tight and silent when free trade good friends now as thev oiigbi to he; *'"!'" 'h*' fimpiiv was iiclng iniro-,biit in the .last thesn two fine .itiesj :<-'"0�t' ^J' ^'r Cemian. whom tliey had ^were :iU'-h liitter enemies that when '-^'^^'^ cheering continiiousl.v. on Sr.iulav mornin.t!, a preacher an-'-- Inounced, ' .M.\ lext this morning, lireth- The fnlon of Canadian .Vlunicipalii i B. talents. .V re\ival of Ihe i-epori of an eii-gagemeni between Miss Kaiherine K' kins, daughter of the late Senator Stephen li. Rlkiii.s. of West \'lrgini,'i. ind William F, R. Hitt, son of liobert Mitt, who was a reiiresentative A Flyer's Joke , . ......., ........,.. Hubert Latham, the Aiiioine-ae flyer i""^''' ''^ ''""'" ''^'er.^ blessed'ies will send a representative to Kng ^ from Illinois. ha.s followed'a v'isit'paid was talking at a tea in Los Angeles to' l"'''^*""'' "'' '-'Ons"'.'Tntion indignant 1 land to inspect some of the newly 'o .\ew York this week by Miss Kl a pretty California girl. "Mr. (..atham." .?aid the girl, as she took hei- nineteenth walnut and lettuce sandwich, "lell tut, does flying reiiuirej any particular application?" "Well, no, none in particular." Mr. Latham answered, ".\iiiiea or horse liniment-one's as good as another.' ly rose ,".nd left tlie ciuireli." planned "garden cities " thert". I kins with Mrs. l-litf and her son. Did He Get It? i Toronto Saturday Night. 1 Ihe story of the week centres about Seiiitor Ross, o';' Halifax, who b?a.-s 111 ' liiirden of his Sti year.i with sur piising ease. Senator Hoss went down stairs to the Parliamentary b irbei shcp to have his hair trimmed. "1-Iow do .'oit like your hair trim ni(U"" enquired Napoleon AiLl-itie I whose ra'.or and scissors iiiive-op ''.il ' ed on many notaole face and u'jolt I brow { "In sllen'e." rapped out Senator Wil ' liiini. Western Canada Agency Limited Ist Avenue South Phone 712 So Wood�n A self-l, light arUsi spent tu'ef months on a nail ling. it,, paid out a good deal of money for models, but . - the finished pioaiic; .iusUfied all his ^ expeiulitures and all his tiirie. Kvery. SPECIAL UNES FOR 1911- District Agents for Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. of Canada Automobile Tyres and Accessories Suction, Steam, Oil, Air and Garden Hose, Packings, etc. Large stock of the above always on hand ;