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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UBTIIBBIDGE PAILT HE1UI.P We;f PHONE: Advartiting Ciroulatlon and Job Oeptt. ' 1352 iETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publishad by th� Uthbridfle Harald Publlahing Co., Ltd., every lawfu'l evanina at it* office, Sixth street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Oiracter and Cditor PHON�; ^ Editorial, I Neporterlil, and NaWa Oept.- | 1224 L DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATS*- ^' 1 .va�r. 4�IiTera4.....;.. 14.00 ; 1 rear, by mall.........13.00 lrnffife!K.:::.� I � -nt... ..v ......,1.75 1 moatk^ dAUvered.......S6c i 3 months, by mall........86o Addrciaea changed aa oCteu as dealred, but both new and old ad-dresae* must be given. . . u,.--v i .f/:.. �'*!j.v^-. WEEKLY HERALD ~ >....'.- Publlnhed overy Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a saanary of the news of the week, local and district 1 year in advance ----$1.50 C mantHa. ia kiifanca ....7i4 THE DAILY HERALD PGR SALE AT Cranbreolc, B. C-Beattla * Atchison. CUraaholm>-O. L. Reinecke. Grassy. La*ce>-Dr. Tugham. DLimondl City-Dr. D'Arc's Drug Stora. Medicine Hat-UM.Nortliam. Vancauwar, S. C. - World Wide News Co. Minnaapaiii-Brown ft Brawn 219 4tli St. Also on all C. P. R. Trains. 8 months, iu advance----60a Lathbrldge-Red Cross Drug A Book Store, .). C/. Rob�rt- son & Co., Jackson k. Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Stor� Macleod-Young t. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pinefier Creek-B.J.Mitchell, D. L. McCraa. Tabar-Weatlftka Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug A Book Co. Fsrnls. 8. C-Percy Baal. The Exhibition Building HB CITY COUNCIL did the wise time to get their order for ilie neces- thins yesterday in deciding to authorize the ejcpendlture of �*S35,000 at once for the erection of the rinain exhibition building at the Agri-vBiiltural Society's area of Henderson ' Park. If the awarding of the con-[triict for the building were delayed ^ until after the by-law authorizing the fiMlling of debentures for 1100,000 for I exhibition buildings was passed by Ilie ratepayers, it wdultl be nearly, If 'iiot quite imiMeBible to get the building finished in Ume for this year's fair. The cantractors would not have sary Bteei filled as the demand on the steel works is very heai\v this year. The council has the money available It being due from the payments on the idts sold last fall from the old agricultural grounds. So even if the ratepayers did not pass the "by-law provldijig the |100,000 asked for to build all the buildings, the main building which'ie-ihe"most importantcould be completed,' The ratepayers could have mo sihiectibn, even if they wanted to, for -it Is- not necessarj' to borrow the money for this purpose. Administration of Light Department T!iTiri8M of the adminiBtra-|f room cottage. weW built, on 02 J-2 x 125 !'(., corner SeveutU Ave. (lioridon lid,) and Hixteentli St. (Louise St.) .$2,000. , # ., 7 room fully modem bouse on Court land St. Biggest sn�f their arguments, lliey �xpre8s a Lgrest fear that if the farmers should Hncrease their business with the peo-ipl'e of the United SUtes they will be come so devoted to the American peo pie that aanaxation will surely re raalt. But tbese strong-minded finan-' their loyal principlcB. The Bast-rn papers are now carrying largr. The people of Texas are having the! unique distinction of having a real live battle, no sham, provided to give them excitement without having to be psrt-ticlpants in It. It is something new to sit in a grandstand and watch a battle. It befits football nad baseball for thrillers. --f W. K. Cockshutt, Conservative, ex-.M.P. for Brantford, is against reciprocity and he seemingly thinlts little of the western tanner. Hp said: "Have the western farmers said they were satisfied? They were not. Did these western far}ners pay the e.x penses of their trip to Ottawa? A good many ot them were not Canadian citizens, but newcomers to the west, who came east to tell the Ontario farmers what to do. If these westerners were ^the farmers of Canada he was aorrv for this coun-Stltutlon of which Sir Edmund Walker j try." Mr. Cockshutt Is a very prom-Is the president and the said Edmund ' inent Tory and the farmtrs can read one of which no one has any to be ashamed. is in the lead in the attack on reciprocity. Another director is G. A Morrow, vice president of the Domiu ion Securities Company, of which E R. Wood is president. .Mr. Wood was one of the now noted eighteen "leading" Liberals protested againat ro-oiproclty. These two directors do not represent their own money on the directorate but were elected to represent the Canadian investors in It ind it Is absurd to think that these two men would be so prominent in this company without the knowledge, consent and money of their superiors. Yet such investments as the.se link- ily judge how they are rated by men of that type. "Protect the manufacturer and soak the farmer" is their battle cry. Box 679 advertisements advising Canadian]ing the investor most intimately with capitalists to buy stock in a company i American influences are not eon- Thing It Over, John (Calgary Albertan) The town of Cayley and the farm ers thereabout, at a meettag yester-j Queen excited in the" breast of King day by unanimous vote endorsed the!George IV., and it was not until after reciprocity agreemeni, and tiie ques-'his death that their eminence at the AUSTRALIA'S NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL It is officially announced that Lord Dennian has been appointed Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, in succession to the" Earl of Dudley, whose retirement i,s ow made public. Baron Denman is a young man for such an important position, being in his .37th year, but he has had powerful Liberal backing not only on his own side, but on that of his father-in-law, Lord Cowdray. who is a prominent Liberal and enormotisiy wealthy. He is the third Baron and is the grandson | ] ot Thomas Denman. who was Lord i Chief .Tustice of England in 1834. He succeeded his grand-uncle in 18H- Like most of the members of hts famil.v, young Lord D^nmatt, who served with distinction in the_ South \ African war, where he was wounded, ' is remarkably good-looking, and bears j a strongVpersonal resemblance to tiis great-grandfather, tlie first Lprd Denman, who was the Solicitor-General ol Queen Caroline on tlie occasion of her divorce trial in the House of Lords, being associated in her defence with the great Lord Brougham, who was her Attorney-General. Both of her counsel suffered from the prejudice against them which their championship of the ered traitorous nor dangerous by these men. The inconsistency of b.(;alled the Mississippi River Power Td^mpany, which will develop powei ^n the .Mississippi River, .\mong the i their arguments against reciprocity Ijiaities of the directors are seen Ale.vlon this very Score is most glaring against /Ender Laird, general manager of the �'*hat comes makes the Alberta farm-,*r8' smile grow broader. The'only independent member ol the Ontario Legislature, Allan Stud-holme, labor representative for East _ Hamilton, voted for reciprocity, lie The Cardston Board of Trade knows ,''r'='�-''�again at the next pleclion. If not the devastating work of tl)e farmers on the day election will be a remorseless work. bar received recognition. Lord Brougham being raised to the peerage, and to the Lord Chancellorship in mO, while four years later Thomas Dennidtl was appointed lord Chief .Justice, an"d created a peer ^ Lord Deninau is' far from rich, and inherited little beyond his peerage frtim his grand-uncl^, the late lord. The latter was an eccentric old man, who was forever disturbing-the .calWh' I serenity of the Upper I-jouse by speecli-es, varied with euileptic fits. II was believed thai ills mind was affected. In l!l(,i:i. Lord Denman married the eldest daughter of the wealthy Sir Weetman Pearson, since elevated to the peerage as Baron Cowdray, "T-Ie Is a famous contractor, and is now saitl^ to be fighting the Standard Ojt .^o-pie in their own te.riitory. i^ord Denman is one of the younger band of Liberal peers who take a great interest in politics. On Lord Ribbles-dale's retirement in 1908, as Chief government whip in the House of Lords, he succeeded to that post, which ,1s not without its difficulties, amiOUgV. it has naturally not the Importance ul-iBching to the position of Chief Whip in the House of Commons. Lord Den- Lethbridge Ironworks Co./Ltd Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Boiler Makers, etc. For Traction Eiig:iiiet!i and Ganoliiie Engines; Reeves Master Gears, intermediate Gears, Bevel Gears, Drive Pinions. Bnll Pinions and Koclter Grates; Minneapolis Master Geani Hart Parr Spolies; Steel aiid Iron, Flats, Rounds and tSqiiares; Cap and Set Herews; Rivets, Siitn, Washers, Mar i'hine Bolts. Slay Bolts, Pat4^li Bolts; Pipe and Machine Taps, and nunieriHis other supplies. ^ V r Doing Them Thonftghly in a little town in Nova Scotia are two churches situated in tjie two dl-j'i'an was appointed Lord-in-Walting. to visions of the village looally' desig j the King, when the Liberals,.came .in;. nated as "North. End" anft "South '-*..... .-- End." At a Sunday Schoo'i service the officiating clergymBn read the following notice; "There will be preaching at 11 o'clock next Sunday morning in the church at North End and at- i' o'clock in the afternoon at the South End. but later was given the post of Captfi'ln^ of his Majesty's Oentlenien-tTtTlArms" He is also a Privy Councillor and a Jus tloe of the Peace for Sussex, and in addition to his other work he undertook the duties of representing two depart' ments'^ln the House of Lords-the jr-' ish Office and the Treasury. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South Western Gmada Agency Liniifed Ist Avenue South Phone 712 SPECIAL LINES FOR 1911- To Blacksmiths- Forge IS. iBloweri;i. Anvils. B. S. V