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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALb EETHBRIDGE IMULY HERALD PiibUthitd by tii^ 'uthbridd* H�rald Publishing Co., Ltd., avary lawful vjining at Ity offiea, Bluth btrect, Utthbridge. Alberta, Can. ' " ' vW. A. ioCHANAN-s-Manfjilnfl Oiractor and Editor. PHONE: '-- PHONE: � Editorial -Ri^'brterial, and, Nawt Dept.- 1224 Actvartlting Circulation and Job Depti. 1252 ,OAILY SUMCWIPTION RATES l/�irid�l(�efedi;.>.'... .14.00 i i year, by mail.........13.00 �6 moatlMV a�Uvail�d-.....|2.00 6 montha by mall......$1.75 8 month*, anllVeeed..... 11,00 > � mouuie, 1'month; dtilv�rhd,......86c AddrMias 3 monlha, by mail........85o Jagid as often as desired, but botti new and old ad-dresses must be Blveti. � � ' WEEKLY HERALO Publlahed ev�rr Wednesday In elfbt or more pagM. and contains a summary ot the newo ot the week, local, and district. 1 year in advance ----$1.60 ; C mrathi. ia k^rance ... .Tit ; 3 montbi; iu advance-60e Letftliridse-Red Cross Drug ft Book Store. J. G. Robart-son & Co., Jackson & Coiie, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug' Store Maelaed-Younc & Co., K. W. Hamilton. PInehcr Creck--B.J.Mitchel(, D L. MeCrea. Tabac-Weatlaka Bros. Cardatcn-Alberta Drug * Book Co. Pirfile, . C-Percy Seal. THE DAILY HERALD FOR sAl-E AT Cranbrook, B, C-BoatHe & Atcbison, Clareaholm-O, L. Reinocke. Qraasy Lake-Dr. Tugham. Diamond City-Or. D'Arc'a Drue Stora Msdicine Hat-UM.Northam. Vaneouvar, B. C. - World ."^Ide.Nawc Co. MinnaapeiJs-Brown * Brawn 319 4th St. Also "on alt C. P. R. Train*. ^ A-WINK AS GOdD AS A NOD ilr. Asqultl'i ^^jfdlyj-Here you are "Mr; Redmond. (Aside �-other safe, wheii ,f ie't fid of His lx)rd8hip on that brute-"Veto." (Belfast Tribune:) ^ . � , , . ' i have ,the ail again.- The Street Commissioner ASTREET COMMISSIONKR for the city will be a good man to have if he Is � good man. The si reels will provide ample work to keep one good man busy all the year rotind. There are soores of things cropping up all the time �'bich should he attended to, and it should not be necessary for a citizen to chase up half a dozen officials to get it done. A street commissioner, with full auth oiify in the matter of street maintenance, could look after all these things. Holes in the streets would not go un- attended, as they do now, snov.- would not stay on the sldev,-alks for weel better known since that time, and during the time .has taken even greater Interest in the municipal affairs of the city. In addition he has proved himself a gooa business man. that the record made by iMr. .\shcroft while on the council in those days of small things was not such as shines in the light of history. His regular annual appearances as a candidate ever since have not added prosper them as is Rogers, and they are not going to allow any party bias to Interfere with the exoression of their opihions. This is one place where Rogers' machine will not operate to advantage. and, moreover, being a builder and to his claims to be elected, contractor, he is a practical man who The electors should be just as par-fould give the city a great deal of ticular to see that Mr. Ashcroft is not practical service at this period of its | elected, as they should ibe to see that growth. He has lived iu Lethbridgo! Mr. Virtue is. M The American Peril and Magrath R .MAGRATH shows in his tliey are not the only men who favor repiv only what we might ''� -^^ "'e I^ethhridge meeting, which e.xpect him to show, that he ��'8ht be mentioned as the Times hag named this city as l)elng a seat of the "trouble," there was one former I American who snoki^ for reciprocitv tniends lo do. If a number of Amerl|,,i,, j^^^ others, and there was one! dan larmers decide -h to be to their j American who spok� against it with advantage lo have free trade with the j three others. Both the mover and I'nited States, and tiiat is where the | seconder of the resolitiion were i^rit-biggest agitation is coming from injiiU born. the West, Mr. Magrath does not con-: The Times may not be aware tiiat is fearless and independent, and .Htaies without any quibbling what he ' Punning in French I Brantford Expositor.) Poof. Lea-cock is the chantecler of the anti-reciprocity .screamers. Ireland for the Irish (Canadian Courier) Rev. William Patttcrsoh, D.D , formerly of Toronto, may g6 to Belfast, Ireland. Talk about coals in Newcastle or humility in Hamilton! .slder it his duty to his country to fall in line with that view, and he says so I of the si-vteen members of the Conser-� vative opposition party in the Sas-. I katchewan legislature, not one was an The irouhie lies in the fact that; American, and all but three were Bri-the West is today peopled largely :iish born. Uie others being Canadian �with brand new American farmers,jhy birth and they all voted for reci-vrUo have not yet assimilated any love (procity; for Canada from a distinctly national | The people who are supporting re-standpoint, and tliey are showing it|clproclty are doing so purely as a moil strongly in those settlements, 1 business proposition, and it does not such as Purple Springs, and other j make any difference lo them whether (owns iu the vicinity of i^eihbridge, j they were born under the Stars and where their numbers predominate." iStripes, the T'nlpn Jack, the Tricolor This is the explanation given by thejor the double-headed eagle. Medicine Hat Times for Mr. ,\Ia- The American farmers in the West grath"s attitude on reciprocity. It I are to be commended rather than �would nor be any r&MSon worth while | condemned for advocating reciproc A Pertinent Queation (Calgary .4ll)ertan.) The people of Taber by unanimous vole aup-'iorte': the tfeciprocity agreement. whi-,n lH,':ds one lo ask what Mr. .Vlagrath pioposes to do about it? ity, and in so doing thgy are right in line with the best and most patriotic even if it were true, hut ii has nor even that feature to redeem it. It is true that all the Americans Inlof the British born citizens of the "and around I.ethbridge are practically |country. They believe that reciproc-unanimous for reciprocity. But vol ity is a good thing for Canada, for credit them with the initiation and:them along with the rest of the peo- promotion of the reciprocity idea is going rather far. Tiie Americans ir Pie. it is (o be hoped that .Mr. Magrath Ihe West are good, level-headed men,ihas some better reason for not sup-and as such they approve .reciprocity | porting the .agreement than that cre-as a good thing, not oijlv,for^t)e West, :dited to him .by his ardent, but un-but also for the whole|l|jC|fit�da. But wise, friend of the Times. OUR POINT OF VIEW There is Ooode in the council now, I bridge bui the citizens should add Virtue era. to it. They are always good boost Tncreasing (he sessional ir.d mijii "i'he remarkably large list of new,ties of ieglalators seems to be devel-n>iephones published .vesterday .gives oping into an epidemic. .Maiii.)'>a i'ome idea of the way the city is grow- has followed the recent e.-camnl" iiig. iOntar'). it would be all the .same t.p. .llm Asb- C. A. Magrath says that ii is time (i-oft whether he was opposed by S^fUhat United Stales domination of Ca. Wilfrid Laurier or Hex Virtue. H�nada should cease. Will he kindly in would get beaten any way. j form the curious public when it be-, gan 1 I.:. A. Cunningham and Aoiirse did not forget to telPthe Cal � Bob Roger* has confirmed the opin KKry Hoard of Trade about the great .ion of tlie, Elastern unti-reolpi'ociiy ).- grain was separate- and I've spent all day here cooking each grain separately-r-and there's so niany grains-and I ju.st think it's- boo-hoo!"-^Judge. A Fake Teat (Owen Sound Sun I "The Toronto News has been taking wiiat it calls 'test votes' on the proposed trade agreement with the I'nited States, and in its Tuesday issue published the result ot ;i test vote of life business men on Second Avenue ensl, Owen Sound. The 'vote' showed fifty against reciprocity and nine for. .\ow it happens that on Second avenue east in the business district-say from the City Hotel to the south limit of the Davis-Smith-Malone Company's yards-there are by actual count 168 business places run by Too v^oung to .Ride .V ni^'er-do-well man, wife and five-year-old son settled in the yellow pine section nf Spokane counly. Washington. A more pro8i)erous neighbor presented the man with a rooster and two hens. With this start the man conciuded that he would go back into the stock business, and explained the circumstances as follows to his wife: ""You see, the hens will; lay eggs, we will save and set the eggs and raise more chftkens. When we get enough chickens on hand to have plen (y of eggs and chickens to inarlfet ; We will save enough money to buy a mare. From her we will raise a colt At litis point, the l(oy, who had been utlciitively listening, clapped his hands, and tried out in glee: "Oh, l.pnpa, I am going to ride the colt." The man benl forward atid" slapped the iboy's jaw. and said, "Get off the colt's back, it's too young to ride." -Wllliamsport (Pa.) Giit. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Forty-six women were chosen as county superlntondents of achools^in persons entitled to vote atiiowa .at the last election. Parliamentarj- elections, not includ ing the municipal offices and electric light plant. Many of thorn have two or moiie voters-at a fair estimate there are two hundred husinesB men on Bast Second Avenue. Tho News got expressions of. opinion from fifty-nine! What about the other hundred and forty-one? Why were they not asked to vote? If all the News' 'teat votes" have been handled like that al A Russian electrician has invented an insulating material made from milk curds. .\ew York city has nightly more theatre attendance than any other city in the world. Canada bought 1173,784 worth t�f toys and dolls froni Germany durlitg Owen Sound it is not hard to see j tlie eight months ended iVovemher 31), wiiat confidence to place in I hem." '1910. 50 X I2o cor. Sevendi Ave. (London Rd.) and Seventeenth 8t. (KinjafS-bitry 8t.) �900. ' ; 75x162 1-2 oil Sixteenth St. (Louise St.) in Block *K,'|450 eftcH 25 .ft. lol. � 1 oO X 125 on Bnue Si. 11675. .'i room cottagt\ well built, on 62 i-2 x 125 ft., corner Seventh Are. (London Rd.) }ind Sixteenth St. (Louise St..) 12,000. 7 room f ally modern house on Court land St. Biggest snap evM^-(iil