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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD W('f1ii�Ml�y, MaiN'li 20. lOll. Notice Slat. April 1st will be one of the greatest bargain days that we have ever had in all lines of Irish Linens. Our prices will then be down to their lowest itiotch. The Reciprocity Deal From An Eastern Viewpoint I I Win III pet; TriljiiiiP. 1 I All Khsu'111 lon-osponilptn sx ho was fonm'rl; avM.pIv ossDciiiipd mut is Istill roiiliorted willi TIip Tvibuiie lonj! witlioiil infinllely Heverei- tests of ii8 national vitality than would bind anioeniPMi \en limes moie Bweep-iiig iliiin lliii. wriios; I'iip Tor> ii^-wsprippis of Toi-oii I The Comedy of ttie Campaign 'ill. ttliiili, wUh oiip PNceutioii, aiv u ihpip is any perception of tlie ii; j,, ,i,p (_-,iiiHilii�ii iiitcllpcninl use llicso papers as pan of tli*ir 'msi i |,,i;p.,|,,, soleiiiii nimrooleries of iicss i.araplipriinlia. aiv stronglj. n�> j'i|,>sp orBans slinifl;! cnvuve the ruin hyslericaily opposed lo ilip rcii|iro( i; > | ,r ilie cause iliey plead. The fun Is agieemeiH. I'hoso flnaiu-iers." lojseih-!,,,i(h enliaiued liy ilieir entire ser-ier Willi ilieir confi-fres of .Mod'mil. ioiis(i�'s.�-(lieir (le.-laialloii of iiiedi-i are the pprsuns In whose interesls thpj,,rip I ri via III ies in Ilie lonp and pose I !Cov erniiipn's of 1,'auada lia \ e Lh'imi iif ilie irageriian. i'lie .MoiUrenl Star' iar.aei.x oper.iled for a long iliiie. 'I'lie.^ ,;ip|jp�ls to Sir Wilfiid as "ihe one man! .in shun, have been the "soverninK who can ^ave Ciiisda." Sir Wilfrid , class.' ()xeii�ierti. a Swedish slates-i Mvideiii ly whshi impressed, lieele;!-, man. duoe said Ui hi.* son. 'Yoii du, ed not li> be ihe saviour-at leasl in. nni Itnow. my son. wiih how little wis-i the Stars nay \ doiii the world i-an iie soveined. ' ton j^g Toronto Good Man -etnpJi.m,.,; ai close rnnpe. of Canada s ^.^^^^ ,,,pe,;s with the blood-j boiii-Keois plutocracy. 'l''i>' ;i liliomicc lli;il lli >;ilr pfict's will cuii-1 iiiiic iill I his week. CORPORATIONS ARE DYING HARD o;).�r!-i aiioii. 1; is a sail cnuiiiieular.. �in the |>oliliral and economic iiiielli senc*' of !lip CuuadiHU people hn; ih^.i. .'shtjiijft )).-4ip allowed ihernsel't-s to ))�> �n dis'.raiied and infatuated b> ilu-i\eriinieni lo slip iiitoj s.ieli hands. j Changed Time 'or the Intereits TJierp are iudicmioiis. Jiowp' er. and ' pieii\ strong ones, that a change is ii.nmi!ieii!. The fiiian.'iers. svlien they to coerce tlie people into some illndilsed cmices.^ioHs. always tell them that 'capital is timid." The fl-naj*ler,4 jij.s; now are not only timid, hilt pauiry. Their terror at, and is no vision .he p^'ople perish." Ap-^ propriaiely this was printed in blood-' ted itili. It he wanted to educate his unfortiinai*' readers in proverbial philiisophv. he tni.ehi .itist as well have put in "\ mans a man lor a' that." or' "a friend in need is a friend indeed.' or any of a tlionsanU truisms he could' find in iiis liook of Qtiolations. If this j "Oil of ilamboyjii! huneoinbp appeals | to the "sjreat* financiers" and "cap-, tains of indnslr.v" of .Montieal and To- ; roiito they have even less gtimprion and satirical sense than even 1 have lU-eniteri them Willi. No East Versui We�t Question Hut al'.hoiigh these organs .ire attempting to create an impression of a ' Sugar is $1.05 New u'tntil.s ji rri viii;^' (diilv. (five us a fill I.' FRACHE BROS'. GREENHOUSES To see what can be atliieied li.> Keep up the Fight Against Reciprocity- Old Country Liberals Favor (.'=;in;cial to tlif IfBrnldi. Oll.iWii, Mnicli 2X-I'orpotiile in-I tero.sls cneii.ecd in lijchting reciinoc-! ily arc dyins; hard. In (tiYVhcr sap-plcmrnlary returns IjrouphI down in parliamont by Sir Wilfrid l.aitrier lo- j I day, \'\ petitions nrr apainsl rcci-! iprocll\ ami .'JO in I'avor. 'I'lie opposi-i Mioii prnctienlly consisis oi''pi'lit inns | i from I'luploypcs of farlories in Toron ! i in. llaniiHnn, and .Montreal and llali-j 'fax and oliier ca.slcrn ciUcs and are} 1 in Uie same Words sliowins Umt ihev I ; are pail ni an orjiani/.ation liti.inceil i ; ncaiiist ii'ci�roci(\ In the rorpora-' j lion ititrri'sls Chance.s of injury lo ! li\cliliijoil 111' laclury Pirfpliiyees i."! ine.sati'.ed by llit; I'acl llial Ilie acree- ' irPMI dopt not iiftect in.Tniifactiircrs tn at; appreciiihle extenl \iiioii.j Uip i.-(.iiiiiiuiijc'aliiuis recpi\pd b> Uip (tiivrrniiicnt in .support of Ihe' liropiisuls Hve ines.sases fvom the I'an-adiaii f'liib of ( nnadians In \ew Viu-ii, of congratulations and pood wishes, alitl a nianit'esio fniiu a !�rpal 'Jiroup of old eoiintfv Liberals forwarded hv Lord Str.ilheona sotlini: furtli Ilie convietion that reciprorilv will result in "ininiense ilirrci bene- Can4 Pay Our Rent And we are being chucked out at the LethbridaeFurnityreCo Store, opposite the new Court House. So here we go for prices to-morrow REG, PRICE, SALE PRICE. ihoroagh iuiowledgo of horticuliure.; lil lo t'anada, ns wpll Irish Linen Store 815 3rd Avenue Next to Miss Tilney Milliner Come and . Try that any diangp will somehow tend to ^.^.p, ,,, Qi,ei,(.{. lessen or destroy iheir 'cinch." .-\nd , . , ioiie has only to visit the greeiihousea j benrlit to fifeal Britain fr.u.ed opposiiion ,o. these reciproc ; -- Von,a^;o'^e, X^r^t^ ^ f:::;e:orl"Tr ''''''''' in the pi.itiosals iliemseues. wnicii p.i,f;,vp a sweepins majority for ihp re- , f , In ,he dii-Hction of too mi.cli modera-1 ^ip,^,!,, ,,,,,,,ement. This applies ' �^'"f'^ �- f i �tion. but from a ,asi,e and dull fear I,,,-,, ,^,,.^ ,i.e .Maritime frovinces, ^ .I'l'^^^'-iutb- ^""ated north ol.j �- and facing llcndevsou Park. It is ai landuiark. and adds disliiictioii to the,' .., . ., Some Restraint Advisable lun.u-i-ic 1 ihe\ are right. Their intuiiioii is ......... lands. a.i)e. ! keener than their reason. The erouiids, . .^T. ^"'.''^ ^ M �'>^''-" ' ^^'o '^'"''l' "'^-^'^ on which tlle^ oppose .he reciproci.v i 'l'"" � speech m de- ).,. classified as ihe useful and the' �deal are noi only ridiciilo.ts. bur dis-' " f""" fT"n.enlal. Kach of these is 20(1 feet bimest. 'ITierp is no interests in. nived in i The danger for them perlence" which the people will have.^j,^,, ^^^^.^ ^^^^ of the results of freer, saner and more as indirecl and Ihc TALKED ABOUT BOUNDARIES iilous. bur dis- lencp ot the agreement. Itwasagood ornamental. Kach of these is 200 feet - injury to Heir � =^"7^''' "�\ ,()() .�)!� Hilly IIis'crsific I^kIIcr Uliiids wiili l;u(^ iiiscriioii .............. ''^I..*�0 'JCi Writinii' Desks in K;\v\\ Kti.ii'Ii^li .ihI S. O.....". . -SH).;)() (iiii\' ('iiiiirs i''iiiic\' I ('(Ml ('ril�s. Im-mss i riuiniinu- ... '*�I4..")() i;i Pis. [I.,*)0 .07 I 1 (.ul\- Wnsli Si:iii(U...... �'^4.:)0 ('hi iTttMirrs. Ii-('l S�|Mt\ res :il ;ii>ui . .�.} .......^IK.'iO ii|> �sll.7.'. $7.00 s:;.7.> $2.25 ......2 f�r 2o�' ......1-2 prico bv ernment for the extension of the: BIG LUMBEa MILLS iness, cleanliness and vitality ibrough-jnothing defiuile was arrived at. W.I.)., Of the tesnits of freer, saner and tnore u'ha^ ThoV'",'"ric\m'iirar''ini\,le^ "'^ evidences of ca.-c- and j staples on motion go into supply! natural trade relutionships, will lead  V - '[""'^'"'^"'s.,tlili.gence used in the raising and rear-' if ,ie government had any in-! them to asU whv the policv of greater' li . u �'' 'lifferent species of plants.. formation, official or otherwise, from j freeiiom should" not be evtended, not unioaoing a jonan ,,i,c,ijp, garden' aeDortmeUt is atjtjie povei-nmPnl of Mttnilolia regard-: only with regard lo Ihe f S. but '""r the Liberal part.^ there has been j present devoted lo the culture of l�-t-,in, (hg proposition made by the gov-in other directions-to Ureal Britain.;""" outcome of this episode, nices. Here are some Sl)O0 to tiODit p,.n,^e,, for example which, in ilieir poat-prati-�'vorst barnacle on its hull has'pianis all lookiusr crisp and healthy.!j^onndar'pfi dial ecstasies, is alwavs the -Dear;scraped off. It has got rid of and very inviting. There arc nutner-, Motherlaml" of these thrifiv bourgeois'"""- ''li'Tord Sifton. It is said tliat.|OUs seedlings lor an all year siipply.j hltle-hunter.s. but which is a ,|ani:er-! "'^ '^'^vays'de-sert a .ship which is loiis rival and a possible de.srrover of,�"�" "��''"'ked. Clifford amidst l"ni,r commercial au.nnoniv" when it,""' ''"^ denniiriation in his new comes to considering an e.uension of.'inaucial environmenl, felt sure the the preference Jreciprociiy deal was going to wre-kl It also contains from liinn to l.'iOtij; young tomatoo nlants. in growers are e.vuerimeut/ng in order to ! raise tlio most wholesome variety. Sir Wilfrid i.aitrier replied llial up, lo the presenf he had received no in-j ^.jjjj.ji 'I'^p'formation a.s (o tlu' roply the govern-,., _!..,.,..,_I "iPnt of Manitoba was making lo thei proposition offered liy the federal i - ......---------------- 'governmeni. lie said that Premier' Ail must go, as we have got to get out at Lethbridge Furniture Co. Store Phone 727 To turn to the (lower section, al-io ,,. ' ... . .u the Liberal party and he jumped into;uiough it is somewhat early in the '^'"^ ""'^ season, there is a nloasing display of] color. There arc various lilies ofi slioiild be separate, the extension of; the boundaries and the mniis liwii eodore Burrows Will Put in Two Supply the Ammunition to Shoot:,.^^^^ Great Plants West of Edmonton Ourselvei ,.hirlpool. But be diagnosed bad- Kdmonton. .March J.S. -Theodore .-V be dint of the money which |ly. He simply committed Political) (i|ffe,.et, stages of development rang-. " ' province m lieu iiTOw.s. e.\-.M. P.. the limber king uf I'n'.^ 'la^e aciiuired from the opera-,suicide, if one can he said to snicideli,,^ c.^m the lender lily-ot-the-va'uey i'^'"'^' ' e west, is preparing to |uit in twii 'ion oi our unwise and unscientific ec-jwho is already in a moribund s'ate. 1jjj^ ,-iiiie Calla. Xuinbers of the S*"''*^" took up the cudgels, I'aschal variefy are ready to burst in- ||g berths on the .McLeod river and onomic system, these "financiers" arejfl is true that the Conserrath-e whale fty. One of these, on tlie .McLeod'*''!'^ 'o "�'" "."'^ control newspapers,; has^wallowed him. but it won't digest Ever, will handle from file million to-^'''i''li a''" devoted tn expounding thelhlm. .-Ns in the ^se of -lonah of olil,!-,-i,, earnatinns are iiuite a feature ve- Ipen million feet annually, from tw, 'viriues" of lbi.� system, and of etiU.g- he will -disa.gree" and will be spewed ' sp|pj|,Ipni in their rints of flosli-p'ink Ie berths on Ihe MeLcod river and ''i'? sreat 'captains of iiidnsi ry", up. Kx-.use the freriuent changes of ft the Athalinsca riier.' .Another mill ' "'""i of whom know icithing of in-; metaphor. .liil he insralled on the Pembina ri\ei-. 'iitstriat organi;;atJon I wiio own them.; --------------- Inhere Burrows owns a large berth 'heir influence. dpri\ed from the LOCAL OPTION FIGHT in defence of Mr. Roblin. who he said "MAID OF NIAGARA' AT STARLAND to bloom to sii^ :white, crimson and maroon. Iv the Raster demand.!'""' " settlement and j : had been very reasonable. The fad � that the opposiiion in the Manitoba Tliere ill 'Pfislature had joined with the go " " the offer 'all its bpautv is'the iiooiilar Knchant-'''^f"*'" Ihe White I'erfecrion, the Red: "'""f �- the title factor.\. (�arerseri by the I" .V H line lo 'he �"''"ic source, with jeace river. 'hcse -interests" are able to en.gage Kingston and Three Townships Still political Hessians, who can change Wet to Have a Contest their political creeds and -com iciions' Kingston. .March 29.-At a temperas easily a.s ibeir shirt.?, and whose ance convention here it was decided noble and elevalPtJ social aspirations lo iii.^tiiiiie a campaign for local op-may not \f-{ have reicived the official tion in Kingston and the three fpcogniiion of enciuragenieni ships in l^rontenac which are yet iin- I jIG PRICE FOR EDMONTON PROPERTY Kdmonton, .March u'i'.-Purchasing f |2,ilfMi per foot, the iionhwesi cot- %r of Second and .lasper. tor a future ,, . , , .., . , �') . , , , ilieir sudden tinaiicial opulence won d ink site, the (.anadiau Bank of i otn-i , , , , ,. , , , seem to demand erce, tliroURli Its Kdiiioiiion branch, �kve just completed Hie biggest deal fo-^* Honest Opposition 1 ,laBper avenue real estate that has This i.s a rough ripiion of the ress. Hiding Hood and the Ila.rlowarden.; The culture of ranged that the ed throughout the The favorite sweet pea, with its lat- a t'i''-- toriii.i I A Good Idea in Hair TreatmenL opposition to it. or tlie graceful smilax. Palms and I (.nirnral commiLlee. jjji ferns have also their place, the former; A DIVORCE CASE Dttawa, .'^larch -y.i.- |n the senate. Senator Ivirchhoft'er presented a re-The Toronto Tele- port from the dhorce commi'iee re-gram, lor instance, is vlok-n-iy hostile, commending the application of .-\nd-new, Ihe Telegram is an absolutely iude- rew Lome Hamilton, of Portage X stoiy wholesale and i-etail u.iii,I-'pendent paper. ft.� record In resard Prairie for divorce front his wife ''iversified In the breadth of their ,ig. which will be ih,. iviiii-iii .-Vib.-ria to pulilic .Aviiersliip. in its irjposiiion: .\iaude' Louise Hamilton of Toronto' l�"vcs, and of Ihe latter Ihere are the (It the Crea: West Saililler;. Ci,,. lo siiick a atering finance and to be oranted The report de-'lared tliat' "^'^ "'aiden hair, the aspara-, , lc> be erected ,n Kil,,oi,:,.n this .war wasteful i oncssiuns and franchLses,nbe evidence did not sustain the alle-is"B �'i>l t'^^ Phoenix with its crenii-�V tnis firm, the heads iit which are and �b lo-,i= economic policy generally gation against Hon. .1. P. .Mabee, who:^'^^ slender ironds. is not surpassed fur courage and abil- was named as a co-resionden-,' but! ^^annot but remark on the u;.-' tt.v i.y that of any jonriiHl in Canada, ii was sustained in the case i'-'�'^atpness of the whole nlam, with In K.isiern fauada the �|'elegraiii n not her person named ii s a fir regulating' s'aiio'b Kiipteiiie and aliiioHt alone. Bin ,.,i . j ventilation, it.t ."u horse -jower boiler' li ihitiks {Jiitario is fauada. and ihai .....----...... ! with the automatic steam return^ Tnronio is Oinario. it further thinks - GRAND SECRETARY OF I. O. O. F,''raps and i's workshop methodically j ih,ni if proiocfion were removed or re ' Toronto. .Mareli -'!'.-The otTice of'a-^'anged. It is one which )/as no bet.-rtice.l. Toronto might as well be swai- (;rand .-^ecretair of Ihe Independent''p'" '� Southern .Mberta. an earthiiuake. I'nitecilou, onier of'oddfellows In the pr.ivincol I'iesides supplving local wants,; ia II i-.i p(| III jive il piopf-r i . 'HI iir'tl. il :onr J'jtlr Im !,h-e n,.)! ,,r '' ^nd viuiili.v. "ii ;nkt- lar- .i I yoij raJ.'UOl rxpfvi if; im-f m/itii'fii'i 'jRlr If JQU .siini';.\ r'-.ri .1 iiiKiW In Ihe niurnl;i� � ii a -u.....t le outer fidg-M wiih H hru!�i! h-i^w ,imirini into a braid--sH'lrrh it ar-iuni >f\t\ |ead-j*b in h few hair pina -ar.i I^t ' (TO at that. I -Jf"!;;id;'aU^M'h.n"-T; : l"- �"i'-'l�al moutliptece of the of iseds tliorouij-h iri^jiiinlnij ; i-n ;i 1 i. 1 ;,� - uaiiized iiiieresis in le.jposlng recijiru- ^IcVo^ i;;^e'";he';im;"^,M'\,:;il.,.,'""^ l"-^- M"'>"-e�l ^-ar -Mil ClU. won't need any hair ti.iibj--i.-u ilie Toronto .News. Their I'ampaign ost wonien ha^'en't. Tti. next V-s-ai a religion. Humiliating Campaign Voiii' Sliin oil Fin>! floes it seem to voii that you can't Tt In the "as been vulgarly noisy, stupid, and .,aiMi another minute of that awful Tfilng Is KyaVn rilr.iutoiie. ino^L"?rSiW"a.;d",?ri/^i;^n^"'"i"^ ""^ ^" � burning^ --- �' ' ' respeci for his louiiiry, its inixtiire of That it .Ml'ST be abBiirdii >. .Mes.trs. Fr.iclie make shipments to,i�for Micb everyday ulment lead to the iibsorp.ion of Cunada by the ('. If this were inie, ihen 1 would say, for heaven's sake, let us Join Ihe union at once and h.^ve done The very first drops STOP thai an fill burning iuslanlly. The first drops soothe anil heal' The first drops kH'h you a feeling BANISHED FROM HOLLAND London. .March i'!'. 'I'insley, repre-senlative o| ihp I'ranitiin Steamship Company running from New York to Holland and controlled by the C. S.l l(.. has been banished from Holland owing to alleged infringement of the; regulations issued b.v the .Vetherlsnds, government regarding landing sleer-! age passengers bound from H^aslern' K'urope. The iiuesiion is at present; the subject of diplomatic correspond-i ence between the British and t'anad-j iaii official circles. ' witii li. If Canada is a nation, as we of comfort that yon have nol enjoyed are wont to declare, and has such a fraftlle holii on nallonal life and lie divlduallty as . the "reasonings" of these champions would imply, then its national career will be a short one in any case, for no nation In^iis tory, wortlii to live, lia.-i ever il'.ed for mom lis. perhaps for ye.^ri!. Take our word for It. Get a ll.on or a trial bottle toda.T. Write the 11. i). d. LaboratoilB.�, IJept., L. IL, 49 Colbourne St., Toi-onio, and they wlll.seiiij you a trial boil If; free. .Jackson & Goiie. CALGARY WOMAN FATALLY BUNNEO Winnipeg, March 2�,-.Mrs. L. WU-lons, of ('algary, sister-ln-law of Hev. S. (',. (.'bambers. of Christ Church,.' with whom she was residing, was probably falally luirped today by the ' explosion of a �pirlt lamp. Whooping Cough CROUP BRONCr ASTHMA COUGHS riS CATAMRH COLDS .nl for liron- � T*ai.:>Hfa i.7i trMlL-......... tiiat troaniM, .voidmydruyi. V.tNiriitiii Cr�Ki~ Icn .th. piroxymi tt Wboatins Ctugh _ It ii.ho.n to �uf- .n4 relloiro. croup at one*. _______________ fmri froat A�ttiKift. Tlio ftir rrnderti ctconffiy .BtiMptie, iaapuvd with cvorr brctli. aiiiM l>r�tliini our; Mothu tha ut. til------------- th. 1. MAurlna rcHtfarnlchts. bl. tn itioth.!-. nith yousc clilldnn. Btnd lu pottal for DiMriptiv. booklat. AU. DXUCUSTS Try Crsaalaa* Aatl-Matlo tor th. irritatod thMlt. Th.ytr..lmpl., mUetif wid mntiMptli:. Of four lirusslftt or Iron tt(, ID:, ia ittmf*. ViyiiCrisiliMCi. UeuiM-Miks BU>. MONTREAL I lug.? day by (la.\. AT THE MAJESTIC : "The ..\inRrican Girl," in four acts, ; is the play undf-. lined for tonighl. The pliy deal.s with an .Vinerlcan theatrical manager who goes to Loudon m secure talent and f'nds bis stnr lo Ihe an old ae(|iiaiiitance of his dov.ii-llroddei! duyn. The .Vmerican Girl 'marries an Kiigllsli artist and soon after Iheir wedding Hie liusband is ; called to .N. V. City by his brother. On arriving In .New York, he finds his I ibi-oiher veiy 111 and accompanies him [back lo I�ndon, during the vo.cage j the wife and father are turned from I ' their home and when the artist writes I his wife the letters are rcitirned to' !h!in. They drift along with tlie tide' j hoping ^nd watching for each other's-j return. The second act is laid in London .lud the wife arrives in the city; in searcli of her husband. She calls [at the house of Sir .fohn Halfour and is treated very indifferently by Ihe .< oilnless of Uurwent. Hut the American Bplrjt she carries, deficR Ihe in-i suits of the countess and demands: coiinsei <|f Sir .fohn. 'I'his gentleman appears on ihe scene and extends courteous manner to the American Girl, who wishes lo sell her picture to! him. Hp admires the painting and! proniiseR her good pay. She leaves ' the painting in his care and departs. When she ret'.iruR lo claim it, the picture has beeu misplaced, but Ihe tlilef produces it and at the proper moment for I ho real artist is presenl and recognizes his own work. TJio lovers are re-unlted and <^1 sail smoothly. tn which the club's celtjhrallost of Km-pire Dk.\ will be observed will also bs decided upo i. The genurni iu;et'.\i< will begin at elgnt o'clock sharp up Hial no time will be lost In tartluy the smoking concert. The LelhbrldRe contin.^enl of the :JS,bn() members of tile Overseas flti'b now num'berH iiesr-Iv :i,'ifi. A Train of Ills Follow* Ncolcelc� Com*. Hroncliitlii, Pneumonia, nnil r.�B-Miiiipii-.n iuelf utarl in Ibis w�y. Colrt. treaken tlie vitality aad leave e�* �usceptible I" the nrrms of Aiseafc at �II kind.. MatUeu's Syrpp of Tar mn4 Corf Livor on � topi tke celil at one. It does more. It io fertlfict and .trFRCftliffiii the wliole liodlly orgaa* luin that It bccomri practically Immune to the ordinary nttflcica of (tiiteaflr. If ymi valut heallli and vigor.atop that < ntfl wltli .Mathieu'.i Syriip of Tar and Coll I.iver Oil, I,ar(r buttle !1A centa, from all dralera. J. L. HalMeu Cg.. Pr.p't. SherkraaU. 0�. Distributors tor Western Canada FOLEY BROS. LARSON A COY. Winnipeg, Edinonton, Vancouver anrf Baj;.katoon. ;