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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAIF^Y HERALD Thiii'sdny, Mnrvh 30,1011. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publithed by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at lt� office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Albert*, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: ----------------.____ PHONE: Editorial, RepertorUI. and New* Dept.- 1224 Advertitlng Circulation and Job Depta. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 .vear, delivered........14.00 / 1 ypnr. by mail.........J3.00 6 raontl�9, delivered.....$2.00 j , %,, �i 3 months, delivered.....tl.OO � 1 month, delivered.......35e ! S months, by mail........85o Addresses changed as ottpii as ilDSlred. but both new and old nd-dresses must be elven, WEEKLY HERALD Publifihed every W'ednesdny In Pight or more pagps, and contain* a summary of the ne^vs of the week, local and dliirfct. 1 year in advance ....$1.50 6 months, in I'tivnoce ....TSt 3 months, in advance... .5Cc THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbridge-Red Cross Drug ft Book Store, .1. G. Robert-son & Co., Jackson & Cope, Alexandra Hotel. People's Drng Store IVIacleod-Young & Co., R. W. Hamilton. PIncher Creek-E.J.Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Taber-Weetiake Bros. Cardcton-Alberta Drug 16 Book Co. Fernle. B. C-Percy Beal. Cranbrook, B. C.-Boatfle & Atchison. Claresholm-O. I,. Relneclie. Grassy Lake-Dr. Tugbam. DIaifiond City-Dr. D'Arc'i Drug Store Medicine Hat-L.M.Northam. Vancouver, B. C. - World Wide News Co Minneapolis-Browa & Brown 219 4iU St. Also on all C. P. R. Trains. representative in the Federal cabinet. 1 which n .Membar and hii constiluoius That is one thing In which Toronto are ut odds, what, then, la Uir duty of does not attempt to beat Its rival. It Is qultp content to hav.e its represeu-taliveg on opposition back benrhce. j The terrlhie erfects of the prospect 'of reciprocity on the ('. P. R. stocUs ; were seen in .Montreal yesterday after-.noon when lliey Yeached the liigUcst 'point In their history. It ts enough to imake Sir William Van Home ashamed land disgraced. The little village of Ponoka Inst iyear shipped live stock and farm pro. iduce to the amount of $47S,0OO. The ishipments Included cattle, hojis. blither, eggs. hay. hides and grain. .Mix-led farming makes prosperous comnuin iiles. as has been abundantly proved ' hv Ponoka. When General Vinncock was asked for an expression of opinion after his ilcfeai for the presidency of the I'nltedl States by (Jrover Cleveland, he wired: ir the people of the I'nited Sta,les the Member? Mr. Sifton and Mr. Ma gnith are in this position today. They are both personally opposed to red procity, while the vast majority of their conslltueuts are admittedly in favor of that pelii'v. .�srimltling thai as inielligeni, rlghilhlnUing men with honest conviclions on the subject, (hey should not be c.\"i)ecied lo vote in Par-llaiueni against iliose convlctioUB, are they jiisllfled, as cleiied representatives of the people. In voting ngainst the equally honest coinlclions of their conslitiienis, and ihus actually misrepresenting (hem In I'lirlliinicni ^ If it would be wrong for n man lo vote in Parliament couirar.v to his conviction of what was rlglil. is it not eiiually wrong for him lo vote contrary 10 ilie conviclious of ilic thoiisaiuis of people iip was elci-icd 10 represent in Parliament? In our opiiiiuu the i|ueaiioii is not even open to argument. The .Moniher should not he asked to vaie contr.Mry to hi.s own honest com ict ions, hut, while thus protecting his own honor SOME SNAPS ,$12.") per lot 25 x 130, near Hondorson Vnrk. Torms $15 oasli; bal.Tuce '^10 ]HM- iiit>iitli; iH) intorost; only leu lots lot't at tins priije. All lots facliia; south. S room fully niodoru h(^^so on 40 ft. lot on London R-Djad; near in; $42{)0; rasy tenn.>?. 50-v 125 corner KrnosI ami Courtland, .1400. 8 room fully modern house on William Street 52 x 125 lot,|i|$4200; easy, forms. j 7 room modern house on William Street, '$,3,350; easy termSi, Short time only 46 x 125 on London Rd,. corner Ernest, $1050^ 1-3 oash can stand It, I guess I can." if W. H. Virtue were nsKed for an opinion oU'ns a nmn, lie should be careful not to. I the result of the election Inst evening, jhe would have been justified in giving the same reply, substituting l.eth- hiidge for the I'nited States. The Conservative Leadership THIS PERIODICAL effort to oust It. L. Borden from the leadership of the Conservative party again seems to have resulted in a failure. One wing of the party after another gets dissatisfied with the leader, and makes a kick. Sometimes the insurrection assumes serious proportions, as It apparently has in the reciprocity embroglio. but on this ;s on all other occasions the plot has failed, because of the inability of the party to get another man who could lend any better. Borden is not a real leader. He has not the enthusiasiu. per. sonal magnetism, nor organizing ability that must supplement any mans statesmanship, in order to make a successful party leader Hut he Is the best they have. There is not another man in the party who is as acceptable to ail factions and less objectionable lo auy. Whitney or .McBride would be less acceptable. Foster and Rohlin are impossibilities, ("'liffofd Sifton is mentioned, but it will take time to make a party accept as a leader one who has for half a life time been a bitter opponent. The party surveys the 'whole field and then returns to Borden with humble prayers and petitions that he will still lead the party, wheth-e�- it be fo victory or defeat. In the meantime the Liberal parly is very well satisfied with Mr. Borden as leader of the Cnnser\ atlves. From a party standpoint, he Is a fair fighter, bit ha.s proved a leader whom it is easy to defeat. He is strong enough to keep up a lively Opposition, but not strong enou.^h to he dangerous in an attack with a view to overthrowing the .so\ernment. The Liberals are .�satisfied with Rorden and the Conservatives have to be. as a trusted representative of his pen-pie, compel ihem lo do by pro.vy what he would not do himself. An effort is being made by the Con Iservalive press to make a hero out of I In the Lanctot house painting case.ji.'. a. .Magrafh, becnusc he has derlar-,))eing invesligaled, n Liberal gave evi-ip() ||iat |,e will not siipjiori reciprocity. : dence lo having written Sir Wilfrid j notwittistanding tlie fact that his con-Laurler saying: "I have succeeded iuistituents strongly faior that policy joluaining documents that Dieudonnc!], considered lierolc for Mr Poloduin. Conservative and Nationalist | ,Mng,-ath to sacrifice a seat in Pnrlia-had in his possession. 1 considerediment rather than support what he be-that these were documents w-hich:neves to be a mistaken policy, but if joiight not to be in the possession ofJMr. Magrath proposes to retain his 'a political enemy." To this the Pre-lseat in Parliament as liuig as he po.s-imier replied: "If there have been anyigihij. a,(i openly and deii^icrateiy 'misdeeds at Sorel it is not the inten-i,n(srepresent the people who placed tion of the Government to prevent it ,hRt position of trust, he is no being known to the public: quite the I hero, but a traitor to those who trusi-contrary." Sir Wilfrid is not one to jjj,, hide or condone wrong-doing, even if -p|,g honorable position, the heroic it is in his own party, and by his own friends. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Hume 1212 The The Aldermanic Bye-Election Till-: HER.^LD opposed 'as. Ash croft in his candidature for alderman because It ihoiight. and siiil thinks, that he is not a proper man to fill such an imponanr civic posltlou. The people, the majority of those who voted, liiink otherv.ise and we bon to their decision, bni we are constrained to say that, unless the new .nldernian becomes a new .Ashcroft in many respects, they will regret their decision long before his two year term is completed. .-Vshcrofl was electpd ;iy ilie union of several elements ;igainsi .Mr. Virtue. The labor men almost lieiu-r-aily voted against .Mr. \'irt le because he was a contractor and a member of the Builders' ExchaD^e. luul on ihat accotint his candidature was used as a means of getting in a slap at the "open shop" idea of ihe contractors. Then again .Vfr .-tshcroft had promis'id to support the use of Gait Park for football and he got a lot of votes for that reason, but the football men might have found a iietter way of gaining their end than putting Mr. Ash-croft in the council. Mr N'irliie was classed as a moral reformer by his opponent, and consei|uently he got an anti-reform vote of no jueaii preten-.�ions. While a big vote was polled, it Is certain iluit Sir. .Ashcrofi got out prac-ticall.\- all of his vote, and scores of [ip'iple who were \'irtue sympathizers iliii nor vo'e at all. thinking there was no chance of .-Vshcrofl liciug elected. Had thope people taken the interest they should have taken, a ciilTereni story would be told. Tlip Herald trusts that .Mr, .Ashcroti will measure iin as a bigger, broader and better man than he has in tlie past. If be does, we will not hesitate to .give him due credit. Forgets All About Brandon I Winnipeg Tribune.) Clifford Sifton has time to toot his horn in Hamilton and Montreal, but he hasni. a day lo spare with his constituents. the Drasmfui Toronto 1 Manitoba Free Press.1 The cry that reciprocity is only annexation pill sugar-coated, has pretty well spent its force, though it is still shrieked in Toronto, that City of Dreadful Dreams. stand for .Mr. Magrath to take, the position which wovild command the respect of all people, would be for himj jto resign his seat and siihinii himself [and his policy lo the people who el-lected him. The local Tory "organ" says -Mr. .Magrath is "standing by his| principles." If Mr. Magrath proposes' to retain his seat in Parliament. and| ; vote agalnsf reciprocity, then it must he one of "his principles" to betray those who trusted him A proper respect for the responsibilities of his position as representative of the people of Medicine Hat constituency, would lead Mr. .Magratli to seek! re-elpclion before opposing a measure which most of his const ittieiits favor. Standard Securities -Company Real Estate 1 Investments A Hasty But Happy Marriage (Ottawa Journal.I There is a fairly prominent Ottawa family whose great-grand-parents first met at the first ball held in Ottawa, then By Town, and who were married by a clergi-mau present before the ev-eolng turned midnight. The marriage, too. was extremely happy, and dozens of Otiawans today in all walks of life are descended from that union. Morningside Has No Excuse rChlcago Record-Herald.1 "Do you expect to play golf summer? ' ".\o. I'm on the water wagon." this Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Pbione 1291 Stuck I Galveston .Vews.) "I swear." old Charon said in wrath,  here is a pretty fix. This ferryboat won't go at all because] the river Styx." Opposite Conservative Criticisms COXSERV.ATfVES are divided in '^^^ Edmonton Journal, a Conserva-thelr criiicism of the reciprocity live organ, asks the farmers of West-agreement. Down in Ontario ern Canada to note '.be appeal made and Quebec, they find fa .1. with i, l.e- ^ , .^^^g, man-ifacturer in Ontario, cause of a fear that It wil| injure the ^ _ , manufacturers, and the manufacturers "''o i^i'PPinlng the agreement be-fmost of whom are nai.uvally Conserva- cause "if it vi-ere adopted the manufac-tivei cry with alarm that the prtiposed turers could urge that the government reciprocity pact is but the thin edge^1,^,1 gone far enough, and could much of the wedge, the thick edge of which . , , ^ w'lU he the abolition of all duties, in- etfectively oppose further reduc-cluding ihosp on manufacnired goods in the tariff " The Journal goes But out West it is (liiferent. It. S.jon to intimate that the Western farm-Lake, the Conservative member for eis. in view of the campaign carried Qu'Appelle admits that the agree- on by the Liberal manufacturers, and ment will he to the adv,intage of the 'he statement made by Sir Wilfrid farmers of the West, because ii will l.aurier that ilie manufacturers had gi\e a wider fu-ivkoi. more cniupeii- been fully protected, should oppose tion, and the true value for their pro- the part, and demand a lowering of ducts. Hut. he is reported as saying, the Kiriff on mamifactiired articles, the adoption of the agrpen-.etit appear- .A reconciliation of the arguments of ed to involve the acceptHnce of 'he the .lournal and .Mr. Lake with those declai'atJon that there shall be no fur- of the Toronto News, .Montreal Star, ther reduction In duties on nianufac-� Hnn. (!. E. Foster and the rest of the tured goods. He would not accept this Eastern press and platform is impos-policy. 'sible. Good Leglalatlon lilamilton Herald.) One of the best measures passed by Ilie Ontario le^slature during the session Just closed is the hill for the bet- A Correction ter protection of workmen employed , iJiidgei on scaffolding. It is designed to com- "All men are born free and etiiial," pel contractors and the ptibiiic author-, remarked the politician, ities to see to it that the scaffolding uit Up for s probabl mits having made a she?' "'Oh,' said RIynn, with a bitter smile, 'she occasioally allows that she made one mistake when she married me, luit she won't even admit thai outside the family circle.'"-Boston Traveller. , mistake, doeslning to feel the strain. Roth King I George and Queen Mary are devoted to him, and they face a very difficult problem. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY tAtchison, Kan., Globe.) If stomachs could speak they would protest against prosperity. ly made himsiSlf sick MUng too muoli at a reetaurarlt. Canada has 1. received 1,445,388 new citizens In teit yeara. Of tbla nutttbei* ii,'iO,OOQ came (rotn tb* British Isles, 407,000 from ithe United gtatea, and the remainder* from vmIoub countrlesi "They may be horn equal," observ put-up"for men to work on la safe. It led the father of eight voters, "but ihoy is probable that the new act will be, are not l)orn free. For evei-y one of he means of saving many lives. FAME'S PATHWAY Representative (Gardner of .Massa-chuseits. is an e.xpert on the fishery question. Contradictory Conservatives 1 Hamilton Herald.) Our friends the manufacturers will please note the fact thai R. S. Lake. M. P. for Qu'Appelle, a Conservative who declares in favor of reciprocity, says that if he were to criticize the I Taft-Fieldlng agreement. It would be' on the ground that it doesn't go far enough. He and his fellow-members from the West want a general lowering of the duties on manufactured products, and no duties at all on agricultural implements. .Although it is wise to take any port in a storm, the man-; ufacturers had belter not hope for re-, fuse in a Lake port. mine I had to pay the donor $10." Ever Notice? I Puck. I Assistani-Here's an article on how .New York will look in in.=jO. What can we use to illustrate it? P^ditor-Gel that file of magazines over there lor Is.'Sn, and cut out tlie pic lure of how .New Vork was to look in 1910. Queen Mary has a black carpet in one of the rooms of Buckingham Palace, and in consetiuence there is much interest in the artistic possibilities of such'color of carpet. The carpel will, however, not ho very popular, as it must have gilt or some other light furniture, anil it will not wear well, showing every dust mark. While the cat is a useful and amiable animaj in many respects, it hag a blamed poor ear for music. What has 'bgcome of the old-faahlom ed women wflo told her children ttwiO unless they wkahed more, .w��da wouli sprout in-the'lr'eara? OUR POINT OF VIEW Thei-e are some Tory members at Ot , Dick .MoBride is a picturestpie and tnwa who are sorry they spoke. interesting figure as premier of Brit- ---- tsh Columhia. hut he would not rut That round robin presented 10 R. L """'^ a figure as leader of the Borden wa.a as welcome to him as the Tory party at Ottawa. Globe robin to the people of Ontario 1 - -- j The Illinois legislature has passed a Whatever the Conservative M. P.'s bill prohibiting the drinking of inlox-may do on the reciprocity matter, their Icating liquors on railroad trains ex-ex-M. P.'s have made up their minds tonopt In buffet and dining cars. It will support it. party or no party. be interesting to watch how the cn- -- jforcement ot the law works out. Those Medicine Hal fellows certain-} - ly know how \o get after new Indus- Theodore Roosevelt and James 1.,. tries. .More power to them. Everyone Hughes, of Toronto, are to be on the they get helps to make Alberta better same platform at Spokane next month and richer. to address the teachers of the Inland -- I Empire. Wont those teachers have a Talk about Ihe Conservative partyi'ot to tell when they get back to their being disorganized. When has it been'young hopefuls? organized slsce Sir John A. passed from the ipaderBhip? It is Just more aisorgauiied than betore, that's ail. Montreal seems lo be getting worried over tlie pognlljJlity of liayluK uo A Member's Duty to His Constituents I Regina Leader.) . The stand taken by certain mem-bera of PBrllament, notably Hon. Clit-] ford Sifion and .Mr. C. A. .Magrath, ag-' ainst reciprocity, althougii the people' in the constituencies wliich sent thesel gentlemen to the I-louse of Commons to represent them there are overwhel-; mingly in favor of the new trade agreement, is leading to a general discussion as to the relationship ^nd duty of a Member to his constituents. The theory under our system of responsible government undoubtedly is that a man is sent to Parliament to represent the people who elect him lo that position, and not to represent himself and his own views. He is elected to support policies in Ihe interests of his conatltuenis as a whole. True, he has likewise to pass judgment on questionB from the standpoint of the interests of the whole country, but the only way to arrive' at what thei people of the Dominion as a whole desire iind regard as right and proper for the country la to take the aggregate opinion of the Members voicing the opinions of their constituents. As a rule, a .Member does voice the opinions of those who voted for him, because he knows If he fails to do so he cannot he re-elected. U a question ariges in regard to Other Woman's Shoulders The crowd in the foyer of a Broad street theatre the other evening wa.*^ u,fforded a pointed illustration of the wisdom of the modern woman, not only in being able to keep in pretty close touch with her liuwhand's per-sonal proclivities, lull also in properly disciplining him in a manner effective, but not nagging. .-\ nuiit and a woman, apparently h'ls band and wife, were coming out of the theatre after the evening performance when Ihe woman turned to the tnan and saiii: "How do you like the way .Mrs. Smith was gowned tonight?" "All right, except she didn't have anything on her shoulders," replied the man, as indifferently as possible. "She didn't," said the administrator! of the punishment coldly. "Why I thought she did. Voiir eyes were not off them five minutes while we were in the theatre."--Philadelphia Times. Lord Knnllys, who was King Edward's secretary as far hack as 1S7(), has again requested King George to allow him to retire immediately after the Coronation.' He is nearly 74 years of age, and has worked so hard and so loyally all his life that he is begin- In view of the fact that they taste' fasl{Ion's latest AslMes Irth^ cocktail hat, 'but we gather from tha illustrations iSbat it Isn't n�arly larg^ enough for tt^3 cocktail bead. Just alike, the man who drinks ale in stead of beer acts too superior about It. One trouble about the man who never smokes or drinks is that he devotes the lime thus gained to talking about it. Another thing which drives men to the safety razors is the playful pastime the barbers have of cooking customers with hot towels. A man who talks a good deal about home-cooking ts one who has gener- PECULIARI and pertinent In a can o-(�ener patented by a Washi ington man, ithe downward movement of a lever c/|'ts out the top of a cat) and the upward movement removes it� -Many Norgt^egian families from th* cities spend two months out of eaclj, summer in ti e mountains or along tho picturesque iflords. Portable oottagea are a feature of this outdoor life. Lethbridge Ironworks Co.^ Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. Infallible People Jobn Corbin, author and playwright, said recently that he had resigned the post of literary director of the .New Theatre, because he disliked the superior aid that such offices carry with them. "Yo\i decline p!ay after play," he said. "You make enemy after enemy. You pretend to be Infallible, and the pose ot your infallibility is an ugly and unpopular one. ".Nobody, you know, wants to be like Blynn's wife '� 'That wife of yours,' said a friend of Blyun's, sympathetically, ''jsr ad- For Traction Enginen and Gasoline Eng^ines; Reevtnt^ Master Gears, Intermediate Gears, Bevel Gears, Drive l*inions, Bnll Pinions and Rocker Grates; Minneapolis Mastei- Gears Hart Pan* Spokes; Steel and Iron, Flats, Ronn^Ls and Sqnares; Cap and Set Screws; Rivets, Nnts, Washeifs, Machine Bolt�, Stay Bolts, Patch Bolts; Pipe and M^ichine Taps, and nnmerons other supplies. Office and works, 1st Avenue and Ist StTf&et South PHONE 332. BOfX 301 ;