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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBl^IDGE I)A1LT HTrMl.JJ iliuisaay, Mallei) KJ. 11)11, ILETMBRI0GE DAILY HERALD 1% PubliahAd by thev Lethbridga Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lt> lawful venfho at.U� Bfftee,'Sixth street, Lcthbridge. Alberta, Can. W. A.-8U0H^NAN-MAnagino Director and Editor. _ PHONE: ! Advertising ! Circulation and ) Job Depts. J 1252 S vPHONB: .\ editorial.-ij \Reportorial, and ^. Newa Dept.~ 1224 S months, delivered.....Si.00 1 month, delivered.......350 -OAltY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........H.OO (>eafdi 25 t'1. ()2 2 .\ 12.') n.. corner Sovi'iitli Ave. Sr.) :$2,(K)0. / ( roo 11 t;i k(Mi ;ir (Mice wood rloor.'>'inspector, is undertaking 1 with th.nt of tiip council shciid res;:!; | i-i . tojvrib'ite i-c^'t'"" to-have the city cleaned up from thej'ii Lethbridge beinj; cleanc-r shis � ,^�,-^'^\ '^-er Iv'T"  rubbish an' and Flail'- , moi-e Imve also declared struugly in 1 .'nvor .i.i'tsfied that tii'ere is i big niiijnrit; T PATRICK'S nAY-is tho recosr- ''"^e proportion oi einigiation froui Irc-.ln fnvdi' of it. and will not asU aii.i , . T. PATHlCK o DAV is t.h. recofe . ,, ....... an appea' ),o tnade lo ihcv ^'"'\f"f'�'''>> P^n-'l^''- "�^J Canadian. no St. Patrick's Day ^ nized 'holiday of the Irish; and >s smallest of any of tbf parts rnore that Its celebration calls attention to "f t-'nited Kingdon:. Tbe; lieople. Ireland .;'>. teenth of March, or. as it is more gen- for the ordinary iri--;hinan is not 'b-iiir erally called, "the seventeenth of ire- that way. But in the L'uiied States, land,'' is the day when the affairs of '�.vhich has claiineii the largest i-.irt of Ireland and the deeds of Irishmen are the Irish immigrarion for the past ren-called to mind. Each anniversary of tury; in Canada, wiiirii has iaiei- eo; the birth of St. P.atrick, for several a good share of tliem. and in otiier years past has seen the condition of of- parts of the world, the Irtslimriii fairs in Ireland improve so that today taken his place in the forefront in the Irish grandfathers hardly know the p-O'io life, in literature, iu tl\p pu!i>\i country which their graudchildren are and in other spheres wiior" his abil;-possessing. iies as an orator, a humorist ;inri Ireland has suffered much because hanioniiaridu have been called into of "the emigration of its people because i-day. Irishmen kfve no reason to feel of the unsatisfactory conditions tiiai other than grattfiei and proud of have obtained. " But that emigration their success as r-oinparpd with the touching every continpi;! ;ii:d a iliou.i ' and islfinds of the se'.'cii .-re.u-; Canada! doesn't wai;! io '".it loosr from LonJon,' more than .she tf. and. Iras: of All j does she want to be an!";iii 'o ;tny oih-. p� land. So this aune:%atiou talk v,-a; ^ Uie most unpopiii.Tr foai^r" wl-,ic!i could 00 su.i:gestcd in fo;;:;orrirui �;th rei-iprority. C'hatTH) Ciaik wa^ ' -.iT.-t!!;-his li'rlp joke aboni flie stars sn'^. Alberta ha� been malisivd nipeg will he Alherta's share of the misrepre.senteil outrageously bv immigration into Canada this vear. organised system,atic at-ack, behind whioU there is evury reason to be!ie-e has been the lnflu--iice iind assista "'c of the American ?ovprnment. Hu; tbe old adage that "^- knock is ,�> boost," is again proving true, and Al-This statement is proof, if any were berta, by that meiins, go; more free ;'d-iipeded. thf.t. in scitr of the name tbat vertlsiug than it oiherwise would liiio Alberta got as a result of the drouglit got. last summer, peorde outside of ihe pro-, wjniout doubt, another strong infiu-vines share the faith in the country ^nce that has made mnm Am'^ri-an-held by the pto-.-lp who live iirrp. There decide lo come to f'amtda has b^c were fears that the exaggerated re- j^g information ib.i' has como ou; pons SIMM bvoadca.^1. especiall ui t'.-?^,r:ng the ro-lpro-lty discussion. Tnited S.atPs. would prevent ipopip -^^^^ farmers h.i..- been told tbni from coming to ibis province. But ,|,ej. n;;i.=;t fear Tie competition of tilt seems that those who wprp in.-iru- Canadian fanuer.-,, Th!=^ mental in knocking the r;)i:ntr> 1 ne niade the overdone it. and the people wironi it Mr. Walker has always been a conservative nrophet and his esiimate can i)e taken as the minimum that can be expected oes ? fear farmer^. This nal'irally .Americans think tha' I'le Canadian farmers had snmetinnf, i" t-Tvas intended to influence ha-.p .^-^pii ici- than ihey bad. :ind thpy pro'-e-ded that tbp reports given nut were to find iv.u wi.i;vt it -xas. They knocks and nothing else. I found ojt and aro still finding i ut The efforts if. 'hr? Tnited S'aiPr, m with the veB.,li that ilicre 'vill bp : ii .prevent emigration to .Alberta 'une prer-increaslng nio'.cmpnf to Canada. OUR POINT OF VIEW Jilake Lethbridge clean; keep Lcth-ibridge clean. If J. R. Stratton would come out ag-i Hins; ipciprority he might have aji-' - iieln wings fastened to iiini by r',p If you have not time lo clean up yo.i; Tory presh. as ilicy have done for iheir backyard just notv, get the mud off the lu'e ptiemy, Clifford Sifton. I sidetv'alkan J:ro.;?t. , . ----- i - � The Kaht and the West art- hliuosi Clareslrolm- waiirs-the C. V. R. unanimou;, for reciprocity, and tmtario: That's a legitimate want. Lots of oih-;'* dH-ideri This condition providP.C er places want it. too. s'"'^" 'comfort for the opponent*-, oi the _ .agreempiii. , �Hear, hea.'." Is the expression of. ^.j^j^,^ t;illesple7H"i^raking a great job; the opinion of the people on hearing, ^^^^ / _^ Aid. Bowman'., kick on the way the;,,^ commended bv Pveryone. streets are being managed. .pj^^^^ ^ ^,^,^_.^,.,, ^.^.^^ munlty. If St. Patrick had only driven the snakes out of Irish whiskey he would have been the patron saint of more than Ireland. The HardieviUe school children wllj so to WeaiminBter school In a van. that is the beginning of the consolldal ed school plan In this part of the conn- Diamond Cily has made n good luo e in putting In a plant to piiiify hk-1 water taken-from the river, it' more i comra.unlti^s m-ould adopt this cheap and siiti;5fantory system, tnerp -.vould be lesi; disease in their midst. Those f.'nioalst memhers of I'arlia-I jjieiii who propose lo come to Canada I'ndcr the above com in on - pi act; question we ht.'reby announce that for one week, t^-nding Saturday. I.'-^lh ^[ru'ch, wo ifliall rnako the te!;t of (jftoring every book in our sioi'ti' and tivery roll of wall papf'r on our .^belve;^ at pretty nearly the laid ilown of tilt' gO0di5. Rc.-=ult.-:. will iell ns whetlior ! 1 e w ;^\Y,\ per a d v e i-1 i .5i:> -nients are read by the public, or wliether piip-licity by new^ptipnr lui-verti.'^ing is a fake. Failure to sell will nut be considered profif this ntl. has been j?kipped, bul that our offer i.s niis-timed, tliat our prices are misleading, or that unde=iir-able credit lues been turned down. �should sl""!) sound if they li?iv otli-T fear than that. '. But An;orici al-so'lias fpii-s regard-1".^ this i-'j'i;'! orify ih'n.^i, w'u-'n luak-cs the idp.'i impopuiar with n!d;i> on ibis ''ide. Fo'- the iii('.= i lai-;. 'i-osv- '; robb.'tr.-i in this cnuntry. Ip.ids one ''p oi the I'Ki-ivinion vith its anncNat'ou hiigal-oo. i'linadian wheat would eonio in. Iml tlio nrieep would continue lo be made' .it Literpool. CHnudi'JU st^nd-ard.s of liiing antl wages do not differ qreali^ from o:ir ov.-n. atid there would be little -inder.seiling. .since can rpiich Ln-pfpool ea.sier ihan .-\inE>v i'-ans can. and would have no reasun to bring wheat here to sell at low-i-r prices. Perhaps l�>th sides are toe O mite 11, herlock BoiHiiig . Phone 1291 Iioiin. The i-ipepiji i'roni the throne' Eiivi: ,jii acM'rat.e forecast of the agree-Can->d3 i''eni tliat is now under conside:atiou. I'- et'.prci's, ,1 a ii ipe that 'at an early das. nitiioui an;, sacrifice of Canada's iiuerpsi an ,irran.ceiupnt mtiy bo made there is a man at the stage entranca ' with a bill for you." "�lust,tell l\jm that i am out." "But that would bo a lis." ; ".Vo, it wouldn't; bea��se I'm out oi money." nt;i.-h .irraid of �something inlonued f-etp both sid"s. A Conservative for Reciprocity I Toronto fitar.i IJr. Chisholin, the Conservative mem which will :idniii luaiiy of the products, ;or the i.iominion into tlie 1 nited' I j^tatp.q on salisfai.tory terms," .vir. ^ .�Vorihrini eould tioi bring liiinself to 'b'-lieve that this c.mld be done. '�Wli_\, of course, wj would hold up lioth hanils for iI:m;. Uut does an.\-. 'one suppose for n moment liiat our; "f-Tenry, I - married'.' "i am." hear that your daughter ^\'hu is the happy man?' "ileury, 1 have b�#n-readlng a,great: deal about SoclftUsm. WliaL Is a So*' cialist, anyway?" ^ "A Socialist, my dear RudolDh, is * , fellow who will divide his thirst vr\lti/ 0 raise his wages." iyou. It you'll divide your-'heer,'' 'ler for Kasi Huron, in ilip debate on American triend.-, the shrewdest, kt-r;n-ihe addi-ps,'-, list :no',Pinbei-, made some'est business men in ih� \\orld, tame! interRstin,", observafons upon reeipror lo inerci,' to discuss nipasiires' it}. He e.viiiesfod a fear that the t'n , by which the pfoduclv, of Canada would, ited i9>ates would not irPhl C'lu.-oj-! Co adniiiioil into iliy Iniied intates on' rtiirl'-, but declared thai he would fiiv- !>atisrarioi-y lenns lo Canada? . . , "Hudolpli, why did your valet leave; you'." "He wanted ine "Huw much were you paying him?' "U'hy, $10 a month." ".-Vnd you couldn't raise that much?' & Book Co. McCREADY-The Dispenser. SAGE-The Picture Framer. PHONE 555 -ContlnuouB Service- or a ,';iir agrei tnent. "Personally, 1 would favor rocipro-iiy if 1 thiiiiglii wp would gel ;i fair dc;;!. The '.erv w.ud recipro'lty im p'ips ;nir-'enliii;.', eipii-li-iiule?! Justice with ;vi s'lfi^l' or di-;!'onot'.;ble ad.-in takr-i ii,.- f-i'iier paro. in fact rc-i iprorli,v lipe:i dcfiiipd as a co" rlitioii of ihin!'.^ in s\iiieh equal ri;;hli atid miii;i.-'l iieiK-fii-, ure gi'.'en and r" jve;l. .Vow. iiccordiiig to that dp'i-i the ' I was ill tuo places .vesterday." "How is that?" "f w-as down in Leavenworth home .sick all the time." * brother is an A. P. A., iMlt Kver> liod.i will bold up liuth hands ---- ! for any air?.ugempni to eiialjle v.ii to Oidn i ,\our brotlier leave :i"nd oio- goods on aaiisrat tor.v ;erms tiling when he died?" Im ilie I'niied s^iales, but wlieiiier or ".\o. he left it all loan orrvli.m 'i>')t �e ,sIih1! agree to let tlieir gootls luni," lu iieve i.s ;r.-i;:!ilioi' sior;. " "X'.'lia. did be leave?" ' 'I'lip ot'.i-etion on whir-h ilie oppon- cnt,s or ;"(i| ro.-i^l^ i;i.'. most atiess is 101 iliat I aiiada will let ,\iiierk-aii ^uods ill, � i;' iluil she will he her ov-n gorai., oil I'he line of arvtimem ar- "Your he?" � Oh, yes.'' "I heard he intended to break up 'that Hibernian meeting the other and night. Wore his plans carried out?" ".�Vo. he was," you any "Klfleen ohiUireii," �S 1st Avenue South liou -lu. w,v rir^''-'-^^"^ the iicgoua :iioii ot the 1 i-p-eiii lariff ratp;i between' agreeiueut a "li'aspdy illie two (Oiutries. If ilio t uii proper bg.'iis, I feel |fled iliai I'iiiiailiiius, irrorpo;live o( i party. wiM supper; any lust a'.id -p-mjo-a'de 1 111 Rrr:;ngeineir. which ihis go. pniir.on- ii;;n niake." .\* i lie � hoivn definrr) h,;. [losiiion in a still mo;e r mpl:a;ic wa:. : i  I iio-p ;,i-.,-.-, v.-;ii iif. careful, and if tne,\ liring in .'i uroier reciprocity hi'.i t am a kiml of an Independent uiiui anil I U'.jgl.t vote for them." ,\s -i kin,l of an ludcijendeul man Or, ("hlshoim now hus tho opportunity i-i vole for Mucli a veriprocily agree .-iinont as ho desired., Tlie repretiontn � tivcs of thp I'nitcd i'.iutes have donf ,,|u:^r what he said they ought to d-> 'Ihey have offered an eiinajization ul ; tariff rates on a larger and lmpoi-|;'n' ! list of tirodurt.s. Some are transfer.'ed ' to Iho ire.;- list; in other cusea the duties arc r(dueod lo Ihe same level in I Canada and llie t ni'.ed States. In or i der 1(1 come down to ihls luvol nilloh greater reduelions must bo made in ,tiie t'niied Slates than iu Canada. ! Mr. North nip. of I'-'asi llastinss, i.s In ^ a joBition .slmiltir to tliat of Dr, Chi.^- "I understand yoar brother killed 'hiniseii m iail tlie other day. How did h" do it ?" "Hi., young v, ife stiii him a pie, and he cut ids ilironi v.iiii the (r:isr." was down to see a doctor the oih-. er day, and ho told me I -svould havo to be operated on, 'But, Doc,' I Insisted, 'I haven't a cent.' 'Oh, that's all I'iglit,' he said, 'your lUe'te Insured,'i it?" � .... ... I "ICx'-usc such an uip, Hoiiry, for mo.utionliig einbai'rasFing suhject, l/ui , "1 ni worried about my^^joor brother lie's a polltcian, and was sent to ibi'"; penitentiary. Just ag soon as be got" up there force of habit was so Jtrotjg i hat lie- Immediately begun figuring upon n second term. I'm afraid he'll keep on going back until lie's dead," Agency Limited Phone 712 . SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911-- To Those About to Build-Just arrived from England: A complete line of Open Mantel Registers^ with tile hearths, finished in rosewood, mahogany and fumed oak, panelled overmantels, etc. Call and Inspect ;