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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CSTABt-ieMKO OEOEMBSn 1�07 Publlahed by the Lsthbrldge Herald Publlchlng Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office. Sixth atreetiLethbrtdse, Alberta, Can. W. i. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE; Editorial, Reportorlal, and News Dept.- 1224 PHONE-Advertising Circulation and Job DepH. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J year, delirered........$4.00 ^ 1 year, by mall.........13.00 '. emiurmcd to Canada ah-address on yotir letters, so that the!""* '^n years ago That, in brief, Is 1 answers n-lll come bacK via the street carriers. the siniimary of his pulilic career. Or ask a member of the l.ihernj side  |of the House, and he "ill idl you that Karl Cfrey has abandoned his Arctic j pov lot, 2'i X IHD, noar Henderson Park. Tornis -$15 rnsli; hnlnnco llO per month; no interest; only, ten Jots loi't at�tlus price. AUiots facing Rontli, 8 room fully modern house on 40 ft. lot on London Boad: near m; $4200; onsy'terms. ^ 50 X 125 oornor Ernest and Conrtland, .$1400. 8 room fully modern house on William 8treet'52 x 125 lot, $4200; ea.sy terms, 7 room niod�M-n iiouseon WHliam Street, 13.350; en.sy terms. Short time only 4fi x 125 on London Bd., corner Ernest, -flOSO; 1-3 oash '� losing his present pood name. Virtue Or Ashcroft? ^OMORROT?- is election dav. andl'� P''''P'p f""" aPProval and elec-the electors have a plain dutyl"""- be depended on to take a to perform in choosing a man stand on all public questions that will to fill the v�cano^� at the City CoHn-j'''' f�-. word.^. Clark Is ibe one man In the - House wlio can answer that oratorical If the Conservative slogan "Le; weirSnmschool. Thin.gs simmered down and; (Brantford Expositor, i Mr. I'^oster poked f.iie government in! Haugliton Lennox, Conservative ,Jif.' the same old way, the way which ever P.. told the Perth County farmers at detighR^ the spectators, but makes the Milverton last night that the Laurier, criticized wish that the days of stake! Government, in making the reciprocity|and thumb screws were hack again, j agreement, had been careful to safe-- One day Clark of Red Deer arose. It guard the Interests of tlie-manufact-.'^'as a ^^�e3tern fiue?tion. and Mr. Fos-' urers. but neglected the interests of'ter had the ministers stirring around' entie of the province. Tlie public ac-i"'^ farmers. Quite a different siory|on their benches like a boy on a hot' counts of Manitoba show that the pro-!'� '^^^ Brantford Board of, stove, vince receives at present Jl()(i,000 ini''''"^''e by .Mr. W. F. Cockshuii. cash from the Federal The House, after the first sentence, sat up and drank it in open-mouthed. *'- 'hlnk that'the point .urned in (he direction oppo-_ ........._^ _^ ........ _ .....^______^ men. briefly is; It holds that the ar-1 transferred shorily, and It is estimated I""^ ^'^ sling-'site to that the House had so long j,iui i,e built them to make money out case at any time, neither w)rk)ng at the mine .Mr. King and iMr. >W!:lkie were operating, working undesr :non-imlon conditions and being paiU non-union w�geB, and the Coal Mlne8.,Regulatlon A2.;t gallons of whiskey, costing J'l,.-i7fi wiser." Vote for Virtue tomorrow. James Ashcroft's latest plank 1 "Hands off Gait Park. Keep it for a footbaM field." A vore for Virtue means n vote for; good, clean, progressive municipal gov. R. L. Borden Is preparing a dirge somewhat along these lines: "Oh, where, oh, where is my party gone? Oh, where, ob," where can it be? With support all gone and Its leader down, oh, -ivhere, oh, whei'e, cau It be?" ernment. To revive ^ho old question. Who struck BUlie Paierson? AH those who bftve tried It in this reciprocity sci-ap will be sorry for it. PECULIAR ANC PERTINENT A picture postr:ard which was mailed in Genoa In August, 1!)08, has just been delivered, after two yfears, to the person in Bayonne, N. J., to whom it was addressed: If Virtue Is defeated tomorrow, it will ibe because the electors do not get out and vote. There are more dog. In Prance than most countries. Thus it appears that to 1000 Inhabitants there are 75 dogs in France, and only 38 In England, 81 in Germany and 11 in Swedet^, big deposit of it ill California, and st onco .he cry arose "protect the new industry." It \jas proiec.ed, and the price of borax in the Cnited States r.ise to $150 n ton, while the rest of the wo.ld paid the old fifty-dollar price. But. expla-lned the protectionists. "We protect American ca/pltal." And forlhwiih it was shown (hat the eniire cjitijliai Invested In the Industry WHS British cu;pilai. Than the protectionists look a new talk. They said, "We are protecling American workmen," Anotlier investigation re-veali^ (act that the industry em- Lethbridge Ironworks Co.^ Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. For Traction Eng^ines and Gasoline Engines; Reeves Master Gears, Intermediate Gears, Bevel Gears, Drive Pinions, Bull Pillions and Roclier Grates; MinncapoIiN Master Gears Hart Parr Spokes; Steel and Iron, Fiats, Rounds and Squares; Cap and Set Screws; Rivets, Nuts, Washers, Machine Bolts, Staj' Bolts, Patch Bolts; Pipe and Machine Taps, and numerous other supplies. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South -PHONE 332, BOX 301 ;