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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tHE LETHBBIDGF/ DAILY HERALD Tuesday, Marrli 21,11)11, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publisharf by the Leihbrldse Hirsld Pubfithitfl Co., U�.. avcpy lawful evenino at its 3,00 ^;;ionlS^;S;^^:;j?:SS ^ ......t^.n 1 month, delivered.......3Bo 1 S months, by :aaU........Soo Addresses cfaanHed ofttiii as (imlred. but both aew and uld ad-drcBsos must ho Kiven. WEEKLY HERALP I'uhlinhed ev�ry Wodnesday In vlght or more pagxa, vud contains a summary of the news ot the waok, local and district. 1 year in advance . 11.50 t tuoniba, iu .^vanca____H* 3 months, in advaaca. .,.3�o THE DAILY HERALD Lethhridfle-Rod Cross Drug ( Jt Book Store. .). C Robert- ) son Co.. .lackson & Cope, ) .Alexandra Hoiel, Peoiile'a > Drug ?rore  Macleod-VouDg * Co., K. \V. ; Hamilton. ! PIncher Creek-K.J.Mitchell, D. L. M.-fren. Taber-Westlalie Bros!. Cardtton-.\lberta Drug & Book Co Fsrnie. 8. C.-Percy Beal. FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C.-BRatll* t .�\tchison. CUresholm-O. L. Reinackn. Grassy Lake-Or. 'J'ii�bam. Diamond City-Dr. D'Arca Drug Store Medicine Vancouver. B. C. - V/'orld Wide .Newt Co Minneapolis-i3ruwu &: Brown 219 4th St. .Also an all C. P. R. Trains. The City Auditor's Report spent, according to the and- Itsfilt' to tho (-siiiuates which is the iter's report, ilie sum of JT 19,-^ amount inoiiey raisoil by laxailon and"through the revenue uroduchii; departments of the city .s administration. It is irue that the vear was 12i'.H. Of this SlSli.JOT.Ti; wa.=) spent on current account, the remainder balng capital expenditure. One re- NOT LOST BUT GONE BEFORE .\.\|KRii.'.->i\ -"Sas. Cahbic. ",!> rtoti't you shout Hainpsieatl instead of .Amp..-iteail?" tWHRIE-'Well, sir. it's this way. Wi' drop the �'h" at -Xmpsiead and then w i> picks it upas^in at I lisliiT.;ioii. -Taller. | markable feature in the report Is that,pretty well on hei'ore tho final est!-' i'lic .Mu^'leod .-\griciiltural &ucieiy|-ll. .Mr. John llerron, member for in the e.xpendlture of this nearly two'mates were made and >he rate struck tias luulerialicn a good thing iu dc- this riding, voted against the agree-hundred thousand dollars from cur-iluii ever. i:o the record is a good one. 1,,^^.^ ^ j,,.^, p^rmin^ Kxnibi- mem. We think John" made u mis-" rent revenue, the expenditure e.^ceed-. To give credit wher^ credit is d.e prelitniuury t,, clt.o.^- take which he will Itavc trouble in ed the estimates by only $4.W. That | this record must b^ placed opposae,,,,^ p^,,,,,.,^ ^^^^ Colorado the names of Mayor .\dams who ''��; ^^p^ings. Tha- 1. a real uracticnl step according to the statemen. of the al-:,,^,, p,,^^,. j^gHcultui-al socictie.s dennen. practiCHllj aoi.- coramissioii-, ^^.^,,1^, ^^y^^^._ er last year, and .-Md. Bowman, who; ____ was the finance �at(h(log. ! 18 a record for careful financing that .Is iusi about as perfect as it is possible to have it In these growing western towns. The .ouncil in mak-ime its esltmntes looked well ahead iccouniing for when he next asks the ifarmer'-- fii|- this riding for their sup-!pori. > I What Would Happen to the Tories F 'lie Conservatives wan' a real, of mind ilio people outside of Omar good walloping, such as they to would not elect more than a score as have not had for some time, should force the government to go to Col. ..'-:e two old stalwart t)rangeiu!-ii, anil . groat, in tiie .Vlariiimt' "HK-'Sed the greati.'s^ chance ihe.\ ev(-r provinces. Ciiieijec. outside of the cap- had to show their greatness Ijy drop-itallst.^ of Montreal, would go soud ping partyiam in a ;:iric'l} Im^iness for it. Ontario w.)uld he 'he ottly proposition, the ticst 'liing the Con-doubtful ground and a pi-ominen; in-' servative partv can do is lo do ;liHir dependent toumal of Toronto makes hest to postpone an ap-i.-al ui the the prophei-y that reciprocity would people until .'iome neiv ',= siip" fort:.'- iliai 'lie the government, which would moan parly opposed irciijro it; atid -jive about an even break hetwe^n tiie par- ihetu a chance to  .a-k 'o lin-ir ties there. In their present frame old party affiliai ion.-;. thai. This .shows tlie risks people ill inve.sting iu industrial and 'he same day, they both urged the; 'tleiegates lo pass a re.--olutii>ti ' ^ ri'ci|.roci';., whii-h tliey did. Just nuning stocks a-s an investment. Wore wha' be.iring OrangelFm ha.^ u tariiff " i'-"' lor l.fe insurance -Mrs. lu.itts'rs i.-i bard for I'he (u-iliui.ry ]--liand. The Light and Power Rates of Western Canada and put the city , , , , the householder more advantageous posi'iou in henefiis everv poses. In spi-aKiiiii :i.i 'be nieiii''i:-rs of t li  (isgoo.lf Hall Literary Society tb. otli>'r liav iliu. I'lM'ford irit'on m,oi.-;;ii ui".u'aiice thai will give so'iie 'IV'.ii;!!' I.) 'iuisf who ha.o i.*i(i.i/*d !i'vertitiii-ni s ior uiakiii'.; i-ii-.-.-s out oi ni'-iulicrs of iiiiiiiamci t II" s.iid: "I think I inii.v .-^tate po.sitivc'.y that be iuir a! tlie present linie iii On-:,.i-:o is no' doing its whole di'v to till.nil- lito of the Uominioir. ii ,s '.('..-oniiug iiicieasiimly diffii'uli. of standing to h"coinc .Tially *^Jiist por a Joke A Friend's Inquiry i Ivouisv ille Courier-Journal.) ".M.v iiiisband lias given me a diamond neckiaie." ".\ly! liiv : What vvas it you caiiglu hint ib'iir:'.'' in THL .\'KW light and power raies "'SlH load the . Iieaper can 'h- s.-i put l.ethbridge on about the:*'''" "' same Oasis a... tl,.- other cities!'' follows 'hen lar^,>r dav !...,t,l nulMcr men goes to reduc tjif. . ,si of light ' .indTii.-- lor Pi;rlinni'-iit. and iliis rnd irrioi! liiw>i:-r.- oi oitrsrandin-g hIiLi.v. It it./ell, over.v re-^i vvilj tjt- a b:i'l (lay Ko Canada v\h'n tr>"ing to get residents and imlusiries dent. riirii of lipc scholarship coriic lo in'i located in the cltv. A power rate ot In ii^v. of 'lit- profit o' neai'L. tliir- :-iil'-r iiii" 'hey have ne'ihr-r 'iiti- seven cents per kilowai hotir down lo ''--one iliou.'iand ilollars. 'Iu- ma\iiiriiii c'l' im-liiiai on lo gi '� iiieiust'lvi's o four cenis for the largest cons.liners rate for light h;i- inv-ii red ^eJ fr.'ui 'lie ;-crv.'c o? iheir coioiti'y. T't;e iiit-iu Is one that will make ii iirofitablf for foiirieen leuts p'-r kibuvai lio'ir '�� "rs of Mie b':;al proft-s.-^ion in P.irli:: IndURlries ro use the 'ity electric pow- eleieii ceuls and tlie ininiui.iiii la'e uieii' firteen vear.s aiiO. when I fir.-i r instead of putting in gasoline and has been set at nine cents. On all �iii'-i'-d ilic iloiise, foruu-d a di-ii:i- tenni plants of iheir own. For those rates for lighi and uowcr, 'here :i E'iioh"d lis', but there ha.". :ie ea reqttlrnd tiiglii load. Tho plan' is Tlo- i has iieen laiioriutt servi and siiglitly increased wages. ThftiUnder is advocating itself a.s a df-.-ir-revetiue for day service is tlierefore able residential ri'v. The reductions nearly all profit. It theretore folU^ws are very welcome and are -.ei';. si'iis-that the larger the day load iiniil it-factory for 'iic firsi vear of tlie opera-reaches the same proportion as the tion of the new plaii' 'o heir coiiii'i'.. We ii,; ce vet '.� Icarti sotni'lhing from tlie .Moihcr i.iuu Hie gri'y'.c!.:t iavv.vers in Kiiglnnd ft'iiu ';ar �  I'arliament and from Ex-iert Advice 'Cbicaiio Tri;)une.) "How lon^ does il lake--t-o loarn bo-.v to run an a'iiomofiile?" � V.iril need .li.oui three- day.s to I',', lu^ncnt !o liie bench and it would 'Wl''i"im .voii;.,-lf witlt the working.' : ;i cxc'llon' thing for Canada if ad'i-'e;-s of tlie Clown were ' i �  bnov.ui thai Hie w.iy lo iba ' was through PM'.ianiiuilar.v p:iri -, of '!;0 x J25 enth 8t. (Kmj^-bnrv iSl.) $900. 75x162 1-2 oij iSixleenth Si. (Louise St.) iiiBlook ' K,'|450 each 36 ft. h>l. 50 x 12.5 on lij'iico Si. It^n'). room colliio'c. woll l)uih. on H2 1-2 x 125 ft., oonier Seventh Avo. (LoiuU.ii I{'asliers. Ma-vhine Bolts. Sla.> Bolts, ratcli Bolts: J�l|)e and JMachiiie Taps, and niunenuis other supplies. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South Western Canada Agency Limited 1st Avenue South Phone 712 SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911- TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS- I'ATEXT Window t'oal Cliuics, Metal halh. ('ornor Head. Heaver Board. JMaster oi' raii>. Keene's ('emcnl. I')uildiii.u' Paper. Fire Briek. Fire Clay. ('einejii. Wood Fibre Plaster, (lalvani/ed Sheets. Hea