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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Piif� 4. THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERA LP iiHIay, Miii'ch IT. IIMI. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ^ubll�h�.") ft. lot. V) \ llV) on F-Jnicp St. ^IfJTr). ;] room ct)Hagt\ well hnilt.*>ii iVl \ 125 i'l., corner Seventh Ave. ( London H(l.) and Sixtcctirh St. ( Lonisjc Si.) -lit'J.OOO. 7 rodin I'lilly niodoni house oil Court land St.. Bii^ .^nap ever offered it taken -M once. This house has lull ba.senient. lireplace, and hardwood floors, all finished ui hesi st,yle possihie; oil lot -H ft. on corner. Price 14200. Ka.sie!ar kind of terms. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 THE JBKl TK WAI.KKn. ibe Com-, missioner of iinmigraliou ai | Winnipeg, in a published ii'-fetview. I'BlJf atieiiiion to the fact that that flax will tliiB year bp a very good . rop ror the farmers of Western Cana-I da to raise. In the interview. hP said: ; ".luat to show vow what is e.xpfoi-ed of t^anada, 1 liad a prominent Chicago i;rain inerrliant, head of � bis firm, in my office today, who says Canada must grow 30,00ii.i)00 bushels of /lax this year lo make up the shortage in the crop* of the I'niied 3raie.->. which are far from filling the demand. In this one respect aione. '� ��VVh�. this man savB the demand l"oi-fla.v in the rnitcd States year wa,-.; .something like Tft.000.Olio bushels, while| tlie crop was in thp vicinity of fiO.nOii.-nOii.. Ol! refiners, crushing inills, i^ain: ers and oibera, who reiiiiirp ihousands' of bushels of fla.v, must have materi.Tl and when the .Amerijnn crops f"'! short of the demand they must dim to Canada. This is a new phase of the situation," cominued .Mr. \Valli-[ er. "which only came 'o my noiice 10: A TRIAL Oil. .Mummy. Fido'.-; ia.sting mc. M^^�' O^*" T^"!^ Morganatic Journals .Winnipeg Tribune.. I ..,.,^,p I,^,,^ Ihose American journal.'* thai pub hour'" you?' 'For si.\ monin.''. Iielieve me,'J j he said." "Hon- do you tell a fresh egg?" "t never told au.^. t>ut if 1 had any. I thing to tell I'd break it ,?entlv." been day. tiu, It emphasizes ihe .qrent. ,m- ,1,^ f^l^.^^^^^^ portance o, Wene.n Canada, and � ^Ins George, should look after Home fo '-erci^e' the opportunities for the l^'X'Rl'a"; their own Mor^natic relation.. ^"'^ ^"-^"^'^^ farmer." ' the Lond on Times" Has no Fear fluencing Canadian opinion. bu( there True Loyalty ( Winnipeg Tribune. 1 The citizen who is truly loyal to his '"b'ou don't mean lo tell me It took an hour for yoti to .i;o out there." ".No. it took me half of it to come b:ick.'' I ^ , =�n,inn n th. Tor, nres. n� '-fn^on suppose that the re- home doe. not parade tho strec'.s tell- "Honrv, [ am afraid t ln� atT .bat the adoittiot^ of re- clprocity agreement would produce '"S everybody of hi� groat admira- not cef in earlier you v InalatS mat tne aaojltion 01 le ____ _____ j,^_ tkin anri aff^rrion fm- ln� n-ifo onrl 01. the Qfrp^ta =r.,r,a rfarl :uirb;^s;:;;;^i: a;.r,h:t any tendency m chat direction. On affection the contrary-, bargaining on eriual children. that if you do ill be held up for his wife and "n rlie streets some dark night." 'yod needn't worr. aoout that: any Estate ciprooity w it would result in the loss of patriotism and the destruction of the British ''"'"s with the Cnited States might The true citizen of a country does ro'.her that goes through tne connection. But this idea is not held ^^'^^ '� foster rather than riiminish the n�t up and down the land tellins; get himself in debl " outside any more than it is inside C.a- �elf-re11ance and ir------->----- ->-- hour m,,.i, h, --- nada. There is no journal in Great ''^"^dlan people ' Rrltain that is more jealous of the .). S. Willison, editor of the Toronto '^'tp^^^ ".'"^ i.^** '^''**' loyalty of the people of the Colonies .News, which is a most violent ..>ppon-' to thp Rmpire than the l.ondoD Times, ent of reciprocity on the loyalty plea, but it has no fears for the loyalty is the Canadian correspondent 'or the "courteous Englishman, the sturdy Ir Investments { will "If we had a war do you think we could do anything with all these air-The man who doubts the loyalty of 'hips that .^re flying about the coun-the highest type of Canadian, the try?" u,n u .m� .... .r:,,. --.....- -......----------........ ^ "^'^S' if '^�e f^fJuld induce the ene- of the Canadian people, but rather Times and other Harrasworth pa.iers. 'shman, the reserved Scolhchman. or my to go np in them.' thinks that reciprodtv would It is very evident that they d". not "''''-ens from other coun- - - it stronger. In a recent editorial It take much ^tock in the loyalty ''ccause the respective national- ^"1 went over to Kast Atchison last savs: ;� screams and disloyaltv fears of n-.pjr ""^'^ irc not rushing np ant] down ilic night with my Topeka cousin. "Two "We cannot tell how tlie sporadi- correspondent and the Canadian pa- Uioroughfarcs r^^iiin,. :-,pnrc ,i�....�" , .u. ,........ cally raised cry of annexation is in-;per8 that express similar opinions Suite 115 P.O. Box 1979 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 calling for "ilirec f'eers,," I slid to the b.irtend-Cheers for Britain," is a greeny of the er. 'Give me the same,' he said." i s!reene?i tyre. The best citizens of------- | 111 , n/I nil I   i^*"'^ Kmpire have it^eir loyally Opinion in Mr. Magrath s Constituency 'heir hearts, not on their siee>es. WHATEVER e.vcuses the West-''^'OUSht before the, represeu- - em Conservative members 'at'ves of probably a majority of the; Railwaymen on Reciprocity may have for opposing the re- electors of his constituency have ex-.i i.AInnireal Witness.) eiprocity arrangement, the members PrsBseil their opinion, and there Is no I Sir William Van Home speaks for from Southern Alberia cannot ,.se t that the balance of a great m.-iny interests. .Mr. PUzbugh the excuse thai the agreement 'he people think a= do those who vice-president of the Grand Trunk hould be submitted 10 the people'have expressed their opinions ; Company, speaks for the railway infer apprcval before being adopted. | The Boards of Trade at Lethbridjie. terests only. The latter'g idea with "-"--- Take C A. Magrath, the member Stirling. Grassy J.ake and Purple re.gard to Ihe reciprocity agreement WHAT OIVTARIO FARMERS for this con�tltuenc.\, (or instance. He Springs: farmers' meetings at .Ma- is that it will orove beneficial to both cAy about was elected as an independent Con-jgrath, Keho. Warner, f-'ertile Valley countries. .So think.q .Mr. Skinner, h BOUT RECIPROCITY servative. and laid considerable and other plates have endorsed reci- director of the Cnnadiaii Pacific. Oiio '' -^^^rsh (ai .\orth .Monaghani: 'I stress on the fad that hi� would ex-jproc-ity by overwhelming niajoriiies. wuuld e.vned such a .fudgmen' as thj.= ,"."�^'' '"'^'^ .^""^ 'U'o the erciae Ills independence, but it i. Just ''aber ha^ reversed Its former stand irotn men whose special interest i.s in ' I'each belt with a few dollars � >----- !-----u. an,4 fco.. ,..-,,,, ^,.�,..i,,i,i.,,i,. ' i-uiiii-ui- c-of^mo ,i-iii,,K 1,0,, v,.-,,], in a few years have become weal- thy. The the .Ti'otnati,:, "How is your deaf brother?" !railways are also unfair. If a set-� l^atrick among others, and ultimately , than 1 be gent with "He'll be all right lomorrow Chief"r' '� * '-''''^^''^c' Duke of Connaught. choke-bored gun. Sullivan arrested him tonight, and second-hand implementc for; --- --- he gets his hearing in the morning. " ""a-"" j .Miss Florence .vniler, nailonal field '*a,vtns you are as good a� #veryonr "-Now. professor, if you give us a little Chantecler Cackl. ,n the piano we will -ting, 'Vour Face i.s So F'amiliar �J'hat 1 Can Almost Call Your Name.' ' he haa to pay �25 on that one article." jggc.etary of tbe Christian women'i doesn't gat you a great many In ----- I board ol foreign missions, speaking nt ^'''^''o"-" or salary Increnaes. Andrew .Matchelt (at Otonabee); the ml.'siotiary jubilee, now ijehig held 1 "part.'i.= m is the curse of the country, at Piftfburg, arraigned what she A bartender's idea of f��hion is mo .; anri there is no need for It. Wh.v called Ihc ,spl.''if hre-!'! o; '. nierican i eo anything which will afford a suitable should there be either Liberals or Con- J'le in vigorous fashion. She said ihil background for his diamonds, eervatives .-im'uig farniPrB. If we thf nation 51 ent ifl,,OOIiO,i>00 yearly for would all I'lill 'o-.">her we could get cbewlns sum, $100,000,000 yearly for 1' may be 'said for the graduate nl anythin? we want." "ce cr�>am :cda nsa.:''" �1 .t.i'OO.ODO for 'he Keeley Institute that he doefP i ___nvillinery. and more than that for thing some peo|;.l� will bvr PECULIAR AND PERTINENT X large UFrnian electric power station Is relying who-lly upon pi?;it for tiiel. row is trouble. : I lias thf- Canadian Pacific proved very false to tbe rountry. that at such, cost 10 iiyelf, siive It being, seeing' ,, , that iiF sv.stem. as .shown on Its fold- ,'�'',' of Kendrick tat North j �ers. t.ross...-^ or has connections at the r".-' "' handled $1.50,000.,g ^^,^^ p^^,.,,.^ ,^ ,^^^1..^ his.'^"''^ "f ^..-plaining, boundary line at no loss than twenty- " P'-o^uce tn five yenrs. i^i^j, ,1,,^ is the sub ice! of ;ir n;?rcst H'ow the Duke of Conn.nujhi came to I ^ '"'""i "'ho does lots of talkiu,^ aHn �Snv person who would send in a I clly nursei-y is a splendid idea.; ' ' "" ',.nfi =0 know sompthim. ahnm mui.|.t..o false fire alarm should be severeh : There is no paying high prices three nlaces, and has a very consider- ^ shinned nLtcen car When Queen Victoria. ;ard�. -- Us !i "beil to die In"? Sir William boasis that Canada has thn-c times Stirling is added 10 'he long list of dollarsi towns thai -'----'........ '"^ Ha niucb c\-icrnal trade j)er head ti.s are strongly in lavnr of Cnirert States. If the Cnited ha.f shipped more onions to the I'nit-rd States in one year than would feed I'otpiiioro for tv.-o year.';. I have been offered liic, a l)ii,shGl inorb for barlev .Some men are � |->ng lime getiinj When ppoph- arc srrugplinp to 1-c-nine thousand should make (|Ulle aw improveraenlt reciprocity. There is no need in this | ,0 Gait Park. It surely needs a good 1 pari of the country u. subml. the ai^-,,;;^' principle of shutting oul deal of imrvrovement. reemoni fo the neome for approval, , , --- ibs-fore adopting it. T'^" "'^ , ,� , i Everv reuort coming in a.bout the' - ; UnnK the , ^. winter wheat ssyg that It 1,, in snlen i The f^eierborough Review . C.on.sprva |, "1r f""'' ., ^ , "'''ii'v J'ftHi,; thorp wen did ahape. Southern Alberta shouUriuel pimlishes an inicrvipw with an;"^'""'-' ;"'""'^h ol eiUiei ia\l^\a\ inai iio,;^irf... j,, Canadii. Nov.- hHve a biimner crop this .vear. ' Kngllsh actress who si ruck 1 he town in '' "'""f states is aome in every considerabio ------ which she says ihat rtciprociiv w..;,ld ^'Hvaniage to Cannda, and the ,.,,^i,, ,1^^ American .North Dakota farmer., are stiongly.not be a good thins. H is now up to ITl-..'^"',.T"^.-!'''-''". ' s' toreign trade is cumparalive- ''^^"^ f" ^'^^^^ ^*^",nO .^m-p enough her s-..n. . it i, because It follows Sir Wil- ''^Ll' "r,;!'."^, l*^* lollov.-,ns year, received t nodded sniillnsly 1 Aiioiher popular l'� anions lli- \v horn in the iters is ihe story of the mart  Of the r/,r,H miles of tclegrarii lines in 1 hili, the goven;mont own.? li:,.iL,i mllos. .Maine new��r men rei'orl thnt f.irtnoi.i in the P^tip Triae strttp arc re-x:\it!;:. Ihc use of o.vcn. .->merlcan.s now lead in the niimbor of to;:r|--i'-B In r.::-r\t d'lr'iis '''(' s ;ii! n'.f.r. The Kntl>:n:en forme.-!,' held d r,:lncilon. ' Thp Ontirij .vfvpruriftnt will likely 'iVp cliarirp 0.' :!e ctal? of .Mr-*, Cor-ii;.;:in. of Himllion, who died leaving he name o old intizzle loader, who gets more .same a ?;inall fortune. us. Thos. liuiiier, a; North .Monaghun:' re no mil-there aro some in every considerabio city. Tha' op'poBed to reciprocity. Thai is one the Toronto .News 10 i;ft I hp opinion I good reason why tbe Canadian farm- of Owen ihe I'viiglish pugilist, j ers should favor It. -- j ----- The report thai ex-Senaior Tom Car-i If ibe Great Northern r;in.j iis>.ier, of Montana, will be taken Into! tralnp uu 10 Sweei Grass, ii slioiild iTaffs cabinet reveals one of the weak-he easier then to get better coniipc-; nes.^es of the American system. It lions with the railroads in the I'n should not be possible to p;it a man ited States. who has been re.iecied liy 'he peojile ---- in such :t posllion. It is not |iiipiil,Tr When the Boaid of Trade Hniiiial government. l>anquei comes off. there should be. ....... a record anendance. The board is a! j,,,, ,, i,,|at's paper by a very llrelv Institution theae dayg, and r,iprrhani ahoui the wav the ciiv the Interest Is keen. ^ streets are ncglccteri ,, the matter of , , . ,j J ! water sprinklliiji .'-linuld In- .seriouslv Letibridge should send a good ex-i j j , u 1 , , ri . I considered bv the counci heslrpots hibli to the Dominion Exhibition atl ^ " ^ Keglna. It will be a good means of; bomg ailendcd to as thev ; those branches ihe better for us-- *yust for a Ji market ' , whs a bad thing for the Ontario fanner ilitit Its rco|)ei>ing would be a goot! Iliin� is lieyonri all ciuestloii. Relovi; � the closing U.iiou.uou btishels ol" barley-went to Oswe.'jo: directly after the close lesii th?.ii l'.UOii.UOO: now there is none goinp. .Vt that time we ict; ' barley to Port Hope and got TOC, lo .$1 per biishpl. deppndin.s; mi color and, wclghi. Then land at tlie front wa.''' worth $100 to an lu-re. After the market was closed all ovur the country mortgage sales were held and ' mnny farmers, through ntj I'auil of ".lakev . do you think marrla.i;c a their own wpi-p put out of" failure''''------ "Not always, Ike.i, liui If vou gel a, R, A. Doyell wit Oloimb.-e): "Two| rich wife", it Is as good a-, a failure."; boy s. from this (;crhood', havi; - - attained a foremost place in mannlact- 'Sbftriff Taylor showed tne through' tiring in the Cnited .'States. if our advertising the city, and v^'ill keejC Khouid and thp superintendent does county l.