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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta thf rjnnnRrDGE daily hejiald Monday, March 27, l\m. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD>M EO O C O E-M l=> 1^ � looT Publfshed by th� Lethbridge Htrald Publishing Co^ Ltd., every lawful avening at ft� office. Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, and News Dept.- 1224 PHONE: Advortliing Circulation and Job Oepts. 1252 - DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........t*.00 1 year, by mall.........13.00 S months, delivered.....$2,00 ^ u^, mnii ai 3 months, delivered.....fl.OO " months, by mall......�1.75 1 month, delivered.......35c > months, by mail........85o .Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses nniBt be givea, WEEKLY HERALD Published every U'ednesday In eight or more pagr^s, and contains a summary of the news of ihe week, local and district. 1 year in advance ...$1.50 6 months, in i>dvance ....7Sniis cjisli: hnlancc ^lO p(M- iiKiutli: IK) iiucrest ; oniy ton lots It'll uL this [�rice. All lots In cilia' south, M rotiiii fully inodcni htmso vn 40 it. lot on IjoikIoii Hoad; noar in ; -�S^L^tX): easy ttM-ms. oOx 12i5ronHM' l']rii(>sl and ronrtla.nd. -^1400. 8 rottm fiilh- iiiodcni house on AVilliam Htrcet 52 x 125 lot, '#14200; easy terms, 7 room modern hmiseon Williani S; root, 5!;>,350; ea-sy lernis. Short time only 4(� x 125 on I^oiidoii lid., corner -$1050; 1-3 cash from the landowners and farmers in leresrcd slionld help some. .\ pu!'!i''itv commissioner, a bridge over the Belly River, a bauciuet. and a b'lsincs? ni"i! s excursion to the I'asf. was a iood i:fyt of bu.'sinoss for the Hoard of Trade to get ihrou.nh in one ntght. 1> is now up to the Board's (o'.ini'il to carry this legislation into effect the rcciprocit\ agreemeir comes into effect. I Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 H A Ringing Challenge ox. .\. G. -MacKAY. leader of the �">' respect to iheir opin-' IJberaJ party in Ontario, struck a note that will rind a reBiX)nsive chord in every sfood Lili-pral when he said: "I would rather see the good old Liberal pany go down in defeat than see it crawling to capi-lal " There are members of the l^ib-eral party who may he classe'l in Ihe ranks of the capitalists. They ions than to those of any olher men. -Neither is their position against reciprocity causing any of the rank and file of the party lo follow their example. The Liberal party in heart, in principle and in practice, is the party of the masses. It refuses to be dic- A Good Move , iThe Searchlight, the organ nf the cabman berta Temperance and .Moral Reform League. i I'niversal satisfaction, e.xcept among those who are not desirous of law er.forceme��l� seonijs to prevail in re- Bio Game in Georqia Henry L. Stlmson took a drive' through the city of Sa\annah, Ga., while he was visiting there. The cab-jman was an old-fashioned darky, who was very communicative. "Do you have any hig game In this part of the state?" incpiired Stimson. '"i'as. suh; yas, suhrei': " responded Ev'ry sprins de Xew jYowk Giants plays practice games hcah: "-Popular Magazine. The- t.Ued to hy the classes. U the partv thinks reciprocity is a good thing'gard to the arpointment to the chief for the great nuiit.-: of the people, license inspectorship of .Mr. A. C. Lan have come out against reciprocity. | of Canada, there is no combination oficey. The new occupant of this ver> -Many of them are men of great infhi-' selfish Interests either within or with-| important office is a man of experience in many circles, but this fact,out the party that can force the party does not make the leaders of the party to change ita' potioy. A Chance For An Industry THE. PROPOSITION of J. A. Sil-I�^'en a greater duty than lo bring in \er, a� given In the Herald on;"^"' industries. Mr. Silver proposee, Fridav last, should be taken up 'f Council give him the de- �.v the City Council when it is pre! fad contract, to invest some fifty or sixty thousand doiiais in additional 'Company A Week'i Refreshment Tlio following e.xtract from the di ary of a sheherd some forty years ago will strike the retider a.s curious. But when it is explained that the whiskey of that time wps more nourishing than buildings and plant, and to double his present payroll. To enable him to do sented to them for consideration. Mr. Silver, as manager of the Lethbridge Iron Works, will undertake to double Dnj would he more than piiual lo bring hig plant, putting in all the machinery ing in a new concern, makiug the same necessary to make hydrants, sewer Investment and having the same pay-manhole covers and other material roll. The concession would cost ';he needed in installing waterworks and city nothing, iiot even the selling of a'stales will smash the Empire. There sewer systems, if the city, will give at Part of its industrial site at cost, as It'jg danger, it suys, lest enthusiastic least a tvs'o-year contract to supply would do for a new firm. The Boardariff reformers should overlook the its retiuirements of these things. He of Trade would do well to recommend fact that Canada is free to do what does not ask any favors in the way of. to the council the adoption of the of-|shg considers best for her own inter-i^j^'g "i^g" ^ bonuses or higher prices than outside fer made hy .Mr. Silver, jirovlded a sat-|esis. The Herald does not think it ence and character, and he believes I , . ... that laws can and should be enforced ;'"t ^TT ''I "'"^ Mr. Lancey is already hard at work. '^'^'V.!.'' f and we look for a decided improve- Bhepherd had the best mont in the observation of (he laws, ' . ... ... .i as a result. The chief license inspector can do much to clean up the prov- , , ince, attd Mr. Lancey's appointment ^'H to wet ma hps for dog; does credit lo the government. of it: .Monday-a half-gill to wash awa'ij the effects o' a dry .sermon, 1 l-2d; OWNERS OF whistlin', being out after the sheep,^ ;;d; foregatherin' wi' the nceboors, two. I gills, r.d; mair dog whistlin', a gill,' I I'd.........................Is. 1 ,l-2d ' Wednesday-Market day: foregath-i firms would give. It is the duty of the Isfactory agreement can be made withiiinite fair to blame the Liberal gov-'-P� done! experitnents in the raising of colioni This is al�o the season of th, year ..........__________ . in ..fiernoon twa slll� .''' lhe strike be declared, when ii urges The puhllc does not want the miners; tlie parlies to get together ami ar-to give in to anything ilia' is wrong range for the arliiiraiion of their dif-aud unfair. .Neither does it want 'ho ferences. in Great Britain. gills, Rd .......................Is Od. Tottil, l.'^s �! l-2d. One of Life's Little Ironies (Winnipeg Free Pre.iS.) It i(i one of the ironies of Canadian THE QUESTION i.New York Press.: -Myrtle's new harem skirt's arrived. It came from Paris yesterday. She's hound to wear it on the street, .Not minding what the neighbor's sav. ! The French designer knows his trade,' It's built of cunning Hhepherd's check. ! The imperial post office of Canton last year handled ^41 local delivery letters, :l,i;2:',000 ordinary letters and 12.1,100 parcels. Recent extensions of ihe Yorkshire SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY Imports I when mather ha� considerable diffi-' culty In keeping daughter from discarding the long ones for the short ones. I Atchison, Kan., Globe, i Liciuor men like to argue that people can also eat too much. Election Card U'hy is ir that a man with a red beard is most likely to let it grow? Men and women are Just about standoff when it comes to fools of themselves. A stern parent is who takes his grouch home from the office to wear It out on his While women still have their faults 70 THE ELECTORS As 1 have presented myself before you for the seat on the City Council which wa.s made vacant by the death of the late Alderman Tllley, and as it making is impogslble to see you all person-I ally before the day of election, which I Is .March 29th, I take this opportunity j of asking you for your support and fretitiently one] confidence In this coming electicrti. .'Vnd if I am elected I will do my in-children. to fulfill the confidence which i you entrust in me. Vours Bincerely, coal fields in England indicate that it .seems that fewer of them than for- W. R. ViiUif. OUR POINT OF VIEW �IJ^ilillcs thai the Conservative leaditrsi when Myrtle takes her walks abroad, 'and George F. Foster in parlicular, lire! No end of hearts she's sure lo wreck. :now obliged lo support the argument j which they urge against the reciiiroc-Mark the date. Tuesday, April llh:i Andrew Carnegie evidently does nci Hy agreenitvii, lo dwell upon the pris- it's chic and graceful in ilR Hues, Board of Trade banquet. ;inink we are as big as we are. How- pni prosperl'y of Canada, and the] And fits the maiden lo a T. --- ever, it is a good thing we are as hig perfection of our existing fi:=cal sys- 'I am absolutely in favor of reel- as he thinks we are, and we'll take ;,.,,. Because it has heen their cus-procity with the United States if I can iihe twenty-five thousand, if you please, torn. Foster particularly, to disparage get If."-Sir John A. Macdonald. ' - jantl belittle Ihe Liberal tariff and to brand represent it as tending to retard Ihe Jim .\8hcroft trottoil out a By the Medical Bill that the Houhc new policy on Friday night at his meet idevck Lethbridge Ironworks Co.^ Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. I'ar, far from .Myrtle's .seeming loud, She's a.s modest as can he. Her liny boots look smaller yet, A perfect Venus she in grace. of Commons passed doctors is doctors ing. No one e\ er suggested such ! Fieldiir! tariff was receiveil with deep �mciit of the country. The: The shyness brings new tint of rose all over the countiw. things before. It Is made up of si reel ' groans by tlie opposition. Sir Charles 'cars and new industries. The City Council should get the L1-; brary bylaw ready to be submitted lo: Ihe people with the other bylaws. I'upper saitl, on lhal o'-casion: "The result is that ihia tariff gos into operation, and the honorable gen- 'I'here Is no verification for the rumor that a Conservative uieml.u-r at iIonian knows that the Indiisiries of -- Ottawa remarkod: "If our f.irc?!. hi this country are alrt-ady paralyzed In It is beginning to look ao though the were as good as our hindsight, we'd be lonsctineuce, while honorab'e mcm- �whole Conservative party was going. belter off by a damsitp" to crawfish on the reciprocily matter. ; -- When reciprocity was first announc- jbers gloat over the destruction of Canada vt industries. I was reridlng the wail, ih.> sorrowful wall, of these in The Congervative party is true to'ed the Conservative parly professed duetrles in the Montreal Gazette. Us name when it cries "Let well enough alone. When a Canadian farmer ships a car of wheat to the Tnlted States 'ne does tar. to be alarratd for the safetv of the; where one manufacturer after anotli-country. .Now they are bfconilng ul- er declared that their industrios were armed for the safety of the iiany. ruined: that their mills must close, and that thr-y s;tw starini; them In the face a return to the deplorable stale Many of the Ontario frull men have lot lock his loyalty inside the'taken the trotible to liivestigai inor- <'f tliingi, that existed when the honnr- ioughlv tlio .probable je�uUii of ihe able gt-utlemau who last To .Mvrtle's sweet and roguish face. Oh, jos, ihe harcm'.s a success. Thotigh pnidep Bt.i daring mode may ban. But now of Myrtle we s itmuire- Does she have pockets, like a man? FAME'.? PATHV/AY -Mrs. C'arrie Nation's career as a militant prohibitionist probably Is ended. She was recently taken to a hospital at Leavenworth, Kan., suffering from severe nervous collapse, and the eminent physicians in nltendanco; assured her that she would have to follow the paths of, pleasantness and addresded'feace if �he wished \f. fffoloni Uer For Traction Engines and Gasoline Engines; Reeves Master fTiears, Intermediate Gears, Bevel Gears, Drive Pinions, IJiill Pinions and Roclier Grates; Minneapolis Master Gears Hart Parr Spokes; Steel and Iron, Flats, Roinids and Squares; Cap and Set Screws; Rivets, Nuts, Washers, Machine Bolts, Stay Bolts, Patch Bolts: Pipe and Machine Taps, and numerous other supplies. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South "^^'PHOXE 332. BOX 301 ;