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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vast 4, IHi: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, March 20,1911. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publithed by the Lethbridge Herald Publiihing Co., Ltd., every lewful evenlna at Its office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W, A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor, PHONE: ------~~~~--PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Oepts. Editorial, Repertorlal, and News Dept.- 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........14.00 1 rear, by mail.........13.00 fi months, delivered.....�2.00 dvaoce ....I6v \ 3 months, in advance... .50c THE DAILY HERALD Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug & Book .Store. .1. C. Robertson i- Co., Jackson & Cope, .Alexiuuira Hotel, I'eonle's ? I)r\i,'q: Store Macleod-Young & Co., K. W, | H.Tmiltoi). Pincher Creek-E,J.Mitchell, V. L. -M'.'Crea. Taber-\\�.-st!alce Bros. Cardston-.-Vlbena Drug & Honk (^0. ; Fernie, B. C-Percy Deal, FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C.-Bentile i- .Ntciiison. Claresholm-O L. Heinecke. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tugham. Diamond City-Or. D',-Vrc'� Drug Store IVIedicine Hat-L..\I.Northam. Vancouver, B, C. - World Wide News Co fvlinneapoiis-Urj^ii & Brown 219 -It-h St. Also on all C. P, R. Trains. A A Reckless Charge : T .\ t .NSICRV.U-IVK meeting '^'1 ^'"hout lea^ irie sovae tho bPl.l at lied Deer, .Mr. G&or.^e- P'^'Pt-'-ators nn.l .he nK-thnds pursu-; JACK AND THE BEANSTALK |r grows more and more every day.-i .Montreal Witness, i son. of Caiiiary, made ihe rtuh- ed. er =-artlinK ar,-ii-,iiioii tliai in ilie '''-'^ atf us.'.t ion, Mr. Gpor.Sf'Sun i~ iose no !imp in tolllns Sir Bill and.^oie, represent his constituents and slanderinir cvpry Liheriii niPni'ier in'j;i|- pan lUni thny musi losr no time'support the desired le.siblation. It last ;)ro\incial pleciiun ew r> j;q|h|,^,^j, Alberia. lie should luodr.ce j,, genius ronnecteil up with tliis rit>. j.s certain that the i^eople of Alberta seat ill Souihern Albera was stolen 1,15, proof. If he does not do so, he ^ --- |are nearly unanimously in favor of ior Ihe Liberals. He did not produce iiialies himself a I'liriy 1,1 the robbery, I The independence of C. A. Magrath the asreement, and we have hopes any p."0o:'. If 'ba' were true it is '>" ^ "-h promiiien' cinfl rerfpon.'Jilile strange that although two years iiavc cuizen as .Mr. v^eor.aoscm would sure- i- shapin.s; 110 like thai of Hoi>ert P:ii- that our member will stand by his terson. the sujiposedly indp|)pndent neiehliurs and represent his constit- passecl since \hf election was held, ly "of make such a statement wii hou; : nu'niber fru' .Macleod in tho Alberta, uems. He has got off on the wrongj no pTort has 'ippn made to recover knowing whereof hp spoke. I lie stolen seats, no protest? were 'he face of it. iiis sfsemen- entered in anv of the constituencies, ^"ok? like merely a party blaff, but as The accuser did iiot mention who had U is a very seriotis matter m have been guilty of the iheft. nor 'ell how ?'ich �cusaiion-s made, li^ icgislaiure. : fo'it. !vit it is not too late to catch - step TPt. It is all right to play the; I'he Hoard uf Trade would do well poli'icai game while ii is a game; biifi o lose ii'i time in peitius down 10 -.hi.- is a imsiness pron.>sition, and not' -hould i business in the matter of prepnriii!, pi.-i-. u was done. Surol> such wholpsalp cotne through wiih his pi-oof �trobhpry could no' ha\e been praciis- tract ihe siatempnt e-jits puldirity campaign. H\u 'he piaU; 'nil?- be uell considered before !"JiUt;| mdertiikeu. 1 I Magrath and Reciprocity 'election paMy alieaiainf- ,',uild :.ia.s Ihe opinion .if the eipctoi's. A' ;i Healthy. Though Sick I (Ottawa Free Pre.-s.i � � luarter past one o'clock this' riia- dis.'in-'.iislied arivocii" of di-; ;if;,,,,. ,,, c [> ^ ^.tock touched -Iti i Mded educatioua! inierei-is >ind lower j,, w^iij .'iireet, liif liighest point in' E\'EK SINCI^ rhe reciprocity , , , , reement came up befoip 'hp "u- opinion ot 'he eipctors. ivii 'hp ^ ...lacation, the r;ilpary Alber'an. w!,i j,, iji,,,ory. Parliament for consideration, l'"''"'^ opinio,, is bPin;,- rei-'isterea | cote that ,u 'he ten mci eP-c'ed ,, ^.n^v.n 'o those who fol- the neopie of this consUtuency have'^e issue is frep from iheso 'hin = s sen.ve of Cal':;a.-y College, .s'-vpir unnnn^] affairs that much of^ been wondering what position the lo.:f^,f """'"'^ ^"^ I ^^'^ f'^'" '"^ ^>'>- �^ I'"- "".vlng whioh has sent C. P. R., , A \, rn wnuii' � - o,. ,i-7w hi.gh level,' as the brokers' cal member, (_, A. .viagracn. i.-uu, ^1^. ;j|^gj..,,|, :, ,.pp,-,-.sf, - The immigrants are already coming call ir. iias emnnakd from a grotip of' take on the issue. H has bepn rp-',(j, opinions of tiie people of 1ms 10 'anada i^y tliopsands. Tliis year m!!lionaircs %-.wn in Montreal, membered that he made it emphatic constii'iency lie had 'iK-niy �.f wii! undoubtedly crea'e a pew .ind �.�pndent ele'i- any community in ilie riding, approv :it, member of ihe Hank of Montreal-C, P,  orate has e.vpressed a desire, that .Mr. the asrcetnent liy a tlirpp-fifiii.s j - � H. sro of financiers, and the larg- -Vlagrath would exorcise his Independ- vote at one of the largesi meptiugsl Tlip Conservaiivps of Red l.ipc-r hail p^^, jnfiividunl holder of C. P R.. .stock, ence and support the measure, which of the Board of Trade ever held, af'eriwliat is rpported as a "rousing" con- [,p ov.ns lJ,i)i:iU shares, increased big, iias found such favor among the peo- a wiiole evening had been de'.o'ed ' vention. Hut it is signifiiani 'bat pppsiderahly before he loft pie who elected him. discussing it . These citizpus can l)p.ihey did not rouse up sufficient lour- j-^,!. j.^o , mi a shnri time ago. And they Hut his letter 10 the prnsident of taken as representative of 'he elector ago to give an e.\pressiou lu opinion ^.^.p^ j^j^ William \'an Horne, tne Purple Springs Board of Trade ate of the city. Two hundred and on reciprocity. w!io is "sick and ashamed" of reel-has shattered these hopes, and .Mr. fifty citizens of Taber voted unaui-1 --' procity, lias been buving C. P. R. stock Vlagrath has declared himself against i mously for it. One hundred and! f'"" "'^"'^ otreiiii- the measure. This is a great disap- fifty citizens at Stirling did the sanio'ou.s kicker? against reciprociiv. but_____ polntment to his supporters, hundreds,'hing. The same numlier at Purple h.'iving looked into ilio matter a little of whom have already expressed llipir, Springs were just as unanimous. .Ma. they spp their mistake. Fielding approval of the reciprocity agree-,grath w?nt just a? strong. \Varner. Kupw tli(e;i- Imsini'ss from 'ho lariff ment. Sentiment, as far as it has'Crass\ Lake and Row Island are in staiidi'oini lietter them they did tliem-jj been expressed has been practically the same ])osliion. Farmers' mce' .-i-lvps. unanimous in Its favor, and against int^ ail over the con,stitu' has up- eer, |The only in^-tance of an adverse vote I p.u'Putiy made a wise choice in ap-; j^,^,^.^ ch^.u-, li. Carev said al tlis only reason for taking this po- was a' me Tahpr Board of Tiado punting Dr. Dawson, medical healtii han,|,ii,u in Portland, Ore: Bilion evidently is tliat the public Where a small meetin,g. from wtiiih officpr of Calgary, to the position of, ..y^^, .\,np,.,.a,|c;,H is pi-oi'td, not ap- 1 should be given an opportunity 10,many members had left. pas.Si^l u siiperinendcnt of the jiroNincial in- oiogetic', 1 believe in the Americani pass on it oeiore it is adopted. In snap vote against it. but this -.vas nv ; sane asyuni al Ponoka. Dr. ''""'son integrif. 1 don't take the' view of ibe .general opinion that, lias erwhelmingly rescinded by a meeiiii?|!? a distinguished ICnglish physician. ^.^'^ my people thai Ltiwyer Slm- �neen pjprpssed in ail parts of i!;.�. attended by two hundred and fifiyjwho. lor several years, was assistant ^.^^ ^^^^j. ^J. ^.^ profession."' roiintr)', 'liis nositioi: does no' seern men. From' these records .Mr .\;a, li'cnntcndent of 'he Inst.ne asylum in �|,a\vypr Simcox pnicticing in C.raii well taken Tl,o issue ha.= !ir.pn (lis graih cannot but judge that his ron , ^Vak-fir-ld. Vorkshiie. which bad iwo;^.;!,^" where I went 'to college, said cii..ised in near':, ever;.' lown. c iiy. vil- stiluency does no' roiiuiro a general |'bo'isand patients. 'one'dav tn n client- lagp and rirti! cnnim.uiii':' in the cnun- decilou to let him know when,- i',------------------------ ""i'he niaii called you a liar, eh?' 'ry. and by ilip time 'ho matter comes stands. The ^otes lakpn a' inei..i| , ,.______. � '^'i-.s g,,- |,e oiil �' U, a vnve in the ho''i=c. the mpws o, mpetings. uhich, it n,u.,t be adtni'.'cl. I _ "Hur ,i"i,l' h,. cali'vou a liar in so practlcall: all of the eiPctora'e will are representativo of the whole con-, (jinefS J niWC nords" he k-Ttowtt. U 'he members nould stituency. Indicate 'hat the elector.s' | �'' =- ""'\\ cil. .sir! ho cailcU mo a lawyer ' ! co'e as the opinion pvpressed in their whom Mr. .Magrath I5 supposed to re- -- "___! ��-n,;,, j fjri,,,  s-,id Lawyer^ �eve,'al cons'itutncies indicat.^s. their presPn- are fortv o,- lifty ,, one in:, . - l^inicox. 'yui are bonud io get ample, vote would bp more in accordance fa>or ol liip inimediaip adoption of: � . ,i-,,e,!res � " v,.,v v^-' �,, 1 With the real sentimPnt of tlip pcoplP the reciprocitv agr.^emcnt. 1. is hard' ^" possibility, 100. u.at tr'bnuuM'-. ~A'� ^ 0, ^ bun. than if a gene,-al elPctiou wprP held to spp how hP cn eonsistpptlv put ^ '"'B'^' �"'^>"' ^^"i on the issuP. In an Plectiun there Ins own opinion again.si .such an'on pi-iHresiden-.ai  A V/et Country would be other issues ra.sed that whelming majo,-i.v Hi. position in-l''"'*' ''"-' ' I'lfdenc .1. Iluskin. whose writings^ would be other issues raised lhat'dicate. that con-idcr- Mre=,,f I --' "''' f""'il''-'r "1 most of the new^pa-, Cynical Simcox would prevent an opinion on reciproc- deppndpnt' of thf-ity being expressed by itself. In an; than of the parl.\ P')sitioii ill-liimseif "in-clHctors ra'hff Has Annexed Eno-jcjh Trouble ' pp; oilieits ol the coiuirv. had occa . i I'itt.^ei,ig Dispatclii slop a lew vt^ars ;igo 10 go to Japan 1 Is ;' niJL ai.oiji lime foi Ciiamp lie and Louis Hri,u-nlo\v, another pro] I (lark 10 iiKikp a few remarks aiuiui uimepi lueml'er tif ilip Washinglon OUR POINT OF VIEW Ilie ar.ni xation of .Mexico'; The editor of the Granuni News Tuuai i,ie a real Irishman. Me published Ilia iiaper on St. Patrick's Day �jih .t^roeu inn. VVi-at They Fear i\ , ; .-twii rtitmdartt. 1 :-^PHlpy. 'hii Liberal moniuers who uoii I ' cd -.11 Mieir account do in liie maitei'.'i Huiidicd-, o:' thousands 01 d..il,-ii's '-are. lieing . ;,cpi the hig iiiierer.! ,. ..., , . 'lo dcfea' i-cipi( city. Thev leaf unvipart of the trip, .nuil for a few diiys lai a,- Mr. .Magrath ,, ca.ern ',,, ,.....,,,., ......,,i,, ,�..........  .... 1....... orp.-, of ncwsoaijcr men. made the ('rip. Ii wa.' the tost lime that Brtjwn-lo..\ had been outside ihe t'niled Slates, li .-;o li.ippenpd that the old' I'ucifi. liplied in- luime for the first cd. !p luis the opinion ot this t >nsi:i- If the Alberta legislature were in ""'i''- rp.upm, i'; isessliiii it would be as unanimous ;is |'''T"'-'-'I' i'' vic'.vs iliat of Saskatchewan in favor of rc.-]fo'' ''-I iprociiy. j If he v.ouid wrullil Public opinion in the Anglo-6a.\on tiatlons Is strongly in favor of all tiranches of the race geirin.g 'k.^er together for the furtherance of trade and the peace of the world. The fruit men having ch luged their attitude towards reciprocity, .Vihat will W. M. (.Jcrniixn ami W. O. '� UliilhPt There is no need to sutjiaii 1 ec.pi-oi-' d c .-. ity to a vote in Medicli.e Hat eonstii-i iiency. The represontatr." vit'v ? have already been fxpressed rnci-whelmingly in its favor. Although Ooneral-ma'tager .Maclc-od, of the C. .v. H., did not say in ich, it 1b a safe bet that ho tho:iglii a whoi,-lot while lie WHS in ilie cl^, atui will ccd ;can no bpi'ci hold uii the fariiKu- :nii|wa- p-\iiemely lou'^li foi'ip him 10 spII his goods ni a !o� i Ilask;,, had erotised tbo ocean price. wl,i|p ihe.\ .-.ell then, 10 theii!::i"s :iiiiiilueralib-, �mil was UHOd i� " ' : ciiiisuinpr at a hundred per cent, prof ,1!- lii'o,viilo'.v ,\asn'l. '.eit was trying r Ilie farmer will have another to do ib- best lie could under adverse o which he can lukc lii,- pro circuin"iancps- The second day out llaskin wander-c'l up (hi deck and forward, and Get in Step, John lliero foimd Hrownlois with his arma '.Xtuiton .News. i folded aci'or.s bis chest, looking like .1(11,11 lierrou. .M. P., ilie lu.-uu.er Napoleon bound for SL Helena, li'oiii Ibis riding, voted wlih his party "Well. Louie" said he "what do you for liic ,")stponemenl of the reiiproc- tbiiik of the Paeifie?" li> iigrptiupiii. Of course, ilils was I' seein..; to me," ku (1 Hrowiilow, pill a direi t \oie on the .igrecmeiit .-oieinii'.v. "iliat ii's an iiucoiiiiuon uk inijpr nia.v yet, on ihe flipii " pi piece ounir.v." i SOME SNAPS 50 X 125 cor. Seventh Ave. (London Kd.) arid Seventeenth St. (Kinga-bury St.) $900. 75x162 1-2 on .Sixteenth S(. (Loni.se St.) hi Hh^-k'K,'!!450 each 25 ft. lot. 50 X 125 on Bruce St. ^'1675. room cottage, well hnih. on (i2 1-2 x 125 ft., corner Seventh A^^e. (London Rd.) and Sixteenth St. (Louise St.) ,$2,000. 7 room tnlly modern house on Court land 8t. Biggest snap-ever offered if taken at once. This house has full ba.sement, fireplace, and hardwood floors, all finished in best stylo possible; on lot 41 ft. oii corner. Price-$4200. Easiest kind of terms. Freeman MacLeod Co. Phone 1212 Box 679 THE : -: Investments Suite nS Sherlock Building Lethbridge Ironworks Co., Ltj. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. Foi' Traetion Eiig^iiies and Gasoline Engines; Reeves Mas-tev Gears, Intermediate Gears. Bevel (jears, Drive Pinions. Bull PinioiiN and Koeker Grates; Miinieapolis Master Gears lliMt Parr Spokes; Steel and Iron, Flats, Konnds and Sqnares; Cap and Set Screws; Rivets, Xnts, Washers, Machine Bolts, Slay Bolts, Patch Bolts; Pipe and Machine Taps, and numerons other supplies. Office and works, Ist Avenue and Ist Street South Western Canada Agency Limited 1st Avenue South Phone 712 SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911- Electric and Other Supplies Tungsten Lamps - - Carbic Electric Motors - - Dry Batteries Acetylene Table Lamps ;