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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY -HERALD Wednesday, May 3.1911. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OeCSEIVHISSlw "100-r by the Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every Lawful evening at its office, sixth Alberta, Can. W- A. BUCHANAN Director and Editor. PHONE: _ PHONE: Reportorial, and Mews 1224 .Circulation and Job OepU. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered 14.00 L year, snail months, delivered 12.08 5 c mn 2 months, delivered. tt.OO months. Dy mall l month, delivered 35c J 3 iconlhs. by mail ____ S5o Addresses changed as desired, bat both new and old ad- mowBt -be fitre WEEKLY HERALD- Published every Wednesday in eiKht or more and contains a summary of the of -the week; local and district. l year la advance ....fi.W j 3 months, in advance.... SOc t 2103 :as, us Cross Drug Book. Store, J. C. Robert- son Cc.. Js.efcSv'm Cope, Alexandra. Hotel, People's Drug Store Co.. E. W. Haailltoa, Pjncher D. L, McCrca. Bros. Braj ft Book Co. K. BeaL OAI1.Y HERA1.C FOR SALE AT Cranfaroofc. S. Atciisoa. L. Reinecke. I Grassy Diamond D'Arc's Store, s Medicine J Vancouver, B. C. World ...Wide.News Ce. Brown 513 4lh Sfc. AJso on C, P. R. Trains. Here is Your Chance! A Beautiful Five Roour Bungalow, built to suit purchaser, oa the prettiest building site in the city. Close iu ami plenty of trees. For lull particulars cadi'at our offices. DO JVOT overlook this as it is Fully modern 8 room house on Dufferm, and best bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles; Here is another snap. Fully ijiodern seven room house, with fire all finished in best of style, close in on corner and can be-bad at if taken at once. Small cash payment handles Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 I OLD MAK CANADA j you won't object if I "Go it gentlemen; 1 can stand it if you can; but right on Leclibriclge Exhibition, -1-91 1 i T ETHBRIDGE FAIR this rear win. prizes for the more important ex- p J fce by far. tie biggest and thus exhibits that are esc yet held in every only, well worth while seeing but 'The directors are offering a prize :u- aie aa eotfcation for tfiose that .is far in excess of anything pre-1 viously offered. The diversity of. class tilem- es for -which prizes are offered gives promise of a more representative ex- hibition than before, and, ia tact> mors representative than any other eihibi- i lion ia the province. The division of agricultural exhibits between irrigat- ana dry iand 'with special prizes for It is lime now for intending exhibi- tors to -prepare for the exhibition. The plans be under way for council has formed this -Sensible opin-jAr, Investment Tnat Will Pay Bio Re- four today. (Baltimore Sun.) for nthbridge, are not in the growing of produce to show. There Is" additional interest in the fair this. 'year .from the fact that some and probably many of the exhibits 'Indians, will show the visitor the here will form part of the exhibit ducts of all kinds of farming. The directors are following up their pre- .Tious wise policy- of offering substan- taken to the great Dry Farming Con- gress and Exposition in Colorado Springs Getting a New .Engineer THE RESIGNATION of City Ea [which has not; been done before in has started .has; given, an lenor- impulse to the spirit of progress j in .the city, it has served .to -concsa- jtrate and systematize 'efforts -which heretofore been scattered and desultory. Mr. Richardson is a man :of intense enthusiasm and aggressive ;action. He is' hopeful and Stand Is He a Woman "Hater? (Halifax. N. Herald.) jand he has pointed out to our people ,_____...... _., i advantages they possess be- You see every day -women decked; ca'lse are so commonplace to us out in useless and unnecessary finery, jwe nave perhaps underrated. in a wealth cf decoration that none] Baltimore is. in fact, a great and: save the queen of the cannibal islands i Progressive city.. It has a." delightful' ought really to enTy, and.'fancying that; society and good schools: it has a I because she was loaded do-urn her -favorable climate: a splendid natural attractions with a vulgar dis-'and-a fine location as an inland ssa-r BYT-HE RBSreNATION of.City has not been done before injplay, she has enhanced them. Port midway on the Atlantic coastJ gir.eer Arnold, it has become city, and a man is needed -who has makes a pathetic spectacle, and people were "disappointed ia'tfce .cessary for the council to before, and knows howjmost pathetic thing- about' it, is of its population ia de- engineer to take his place. The i the work- is to be done. A man who j belief that the pitying- glances that they overrpoSed what, Is of far of the council as expressed atjiiasr act had we experience -nay make j bestowed on her are -giaECes 'of ad-JBiofe city many miration. the great growth "of its commerce: arid lhD j manufactures. Mr. reminds- our people j jthat 'they about --these and them exceedingly. R'V wf eal Estate and Investments OF the meeting yesterday is theyja. mistake that -will cost the should secnre a replly good man' who j times over what would pay the higher is an. expert ia. municipal engineering. I salary of a. man "whose experience They propose to give _a salary of five {would'.prevent him from making the or even six thousand" collars to get j mistake.: This year "the spend the right mac. he this cit: tions the city wants is a msn who has -both! Of -city Is-completed, a cheaper man knowledge and 'eiteusive experiencs. i raighi dp, but at the present the very There is. work to be done the like of f best is needed. A Disgrace to Ontario r Toronto Saturday By what method do the courts d that ..Herald j considerably over a .million dollars-' in J Thackeray" cynically' remarked' that if in the province.. of Ontario; Police Chief John- --Matt-son.' of Pein- Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O.Boxl979 Phoael291 Reciprocity Vote in the West CANADIAN CENTURY, which is conducting a most active cam- paign against reciprocity., some- the voters- of --Saskatchewan would be just, as unanimous as their representa- what along' the lines that would sug- of gest that its policy is inspired by the tives-' -in- thV -Legislature, that outside fruft digtrfct Manufactcxers' Associatios discus- itils- growers -imagine they would -be sing the sentiment with regard to re- mnd -possibly of British up, others -sriirnot be so broke, stole of to-svn lunds, andjmnch deposed- to talk it down. got tvrelve months'in .jail, ,_ The great increase in our nfanufac- J. McGurk, letter carrier, would be greater if the ronto, stole 51.50 from the mail, and j People here could get into the habit got five years. j of making home investments. Baiti- M. T. Buchanan, of mem-jiaore is said to be one of the greatest ber of the County Council, of Oxford, j bond markets in the land; it the pleaded guilty to ofjQliailcial- capital iV- trust, and using.his public office to many of the procure bribes; and >goi vaway oa s us- the South "Just POT a Joke" first and establish my tion as usual, he came .to there _ seat Campbell was sitting, j church.' jTom politely presented the plate, andj the man'was' dobmel'to dis- of the South, "and Wilson's Way I said: you remsmberins promising That the carrier of his Majesty's mails should be more, ..harshly, dealt with than the ordinary 'criminal is a question which the- statutes decide, ciproeity .in, .Western Canada, says: Columbia wonld give a' large majority "If a plebscite were taken on thisjfor it, and ;tba.t Alberta would be just question we guess than British Coiuni-jaboat as imanimoxis as Saskatchewan. bia and Manitoba would have large i Speaking of Alberta, there has been iul iuu.--.ixii L; tu. iu majonnes against -reciprocity, that la strong demand rrom one end of. theLf -r ,1 j, i wi ia ocvcxi years ana tae min- Saskatchewan would vote for reciproc-jirrovince to tfle other, regardless of ity, and that Alberta would divide, for the agreement. ly on. the with a fair farmers and those who believe most prosperous mills Wilson, tne governor of j r tfebt largely owned'in 'thisIJfew Jersey came from the South, was if. not. fni'-sn-mc XPSH riicr-ncQiTio- -.-ii Peeled a fiftv fn me, fifty dollars for the reduction of was so aateniahed that he city. not -be well for; some was discussing what they .a Western roll of oar capitalists to put poor into Baltimore industries? who inhabit isbcie sections of that countrv. The Greater -Baltimore boom is, af-j can you tell asked ter all, a question of business appointment, for a Methodist preacher rode -west oh the'cowcatcher, and was the Baptist emerged from PhiladelpaiaTim.es.. chance of a majority against." [that the welfare of the province de- Century evidently has not madefpends on their prosperity, have gone a yery -close study of the sentiment in j further; and claimed that the duty the West, or it. would take another should be taken off agricultural imple for the maximum sentence in the ease'nient- Would it not pay us said Mr. "when n? IQ- Baltimore's progress: and'prosperity are going along one of those roads' it more progressive aud Darren districts where these imum three, but surely this letter car- _ ___ rier's breach of trust "more ser- prosperous? An investment in Baltic more's future is''what Mr. Dickey and guess. investigation it would probably guess that Manitoba, outside of Winnipeg, would be very ments.also. In fact, all through the the-only opposition to the pact is it is thought it does not go strongly in favor of reciprocity, thatifar enough in the removal of duties. an investment that will pay -.-a: bigger percentage of profit than anyjotfierm which, money can be placed. OUR POINT OF VIEW ions than was ...that, chief of police who took upwards of which did not belong .to him, or the case of Buchanan, who took in bribes more monay than McGurk would have "earned in a year. _ The father ap yon so the lighter the! sentence, appears to be an established i PECULIAR AND PERTlNENj rale, while, as a matter-of fact, Henry II. France .was "uie'-firit jreverse should be the case. -The morejman.to wear a pair of silk .stppkiags brains the less .reason .for-a criminal j though cloth hose had been worn for Competition in Christianity d stories have been told by Eimsters gathered in con- one of the bestJs that re-' Right-ta "I can tell said he, "how much j" water runs over quart." "How "Yes." boasted unate .people live, you may see some-i 6f by the Rev- JoaePh Hingely, thing that looks like sa stump; if 'it1' Vhjcago. It tells of the .race "be- his committee are offering, it is a Even- t7eei1 ministers1'of rival denomina- Make Lethbridge a spotless town, j 1 some time. The first application' for a site on cits's industrial sites .tra.ct has .The city councilis going to make and fi-oia a mighty good .-.the owners of vacant lots clean them-too. Tnac.ls a start. Other inquiries: up, or do it for them'and charge it up i are known to be coming. Ones they on the tax That is the system, j start, they will come wir.h a rush. The Works and Property Committee! Money no object in getting a firsr reported to the council that they had ciasa maa to .be tbe noticed an improvement of the streets lately. So has everybody else. 'charge of the immense amount Some interested readers of yester- day's council proceedings have asked if Aid. Goode ever acted on the masic committee of a church. Still the merry song and chorus is heard. Crops never looked better, prospects were never better, condi- tions were never 'better, -we all never felt better. k' the city has to do this year. Xone -but the best need apply. .The first auto "get acquainted" trip the real thing it was intended to be. Every one was Teddy-lighted, and Is eager to have the neyt one announc- Many a woman and man has vowed never again to send out of town for anything they can get in town. The catalogue and the traveller selling cheap goods cheap will put the vows to the test. It ie really remarkable how the pros- pect of reciprocity is affecting the stocks ot the C. P. R. Every day or they Jump up three or four points. What a terrible thing reciprocity must be, to make the company or its stocks Still the question remains unans-rer- Are the coal operators going to al- low the meetings-of the conciliation board to be open to the public and .the press. There- is no doubt about the question is up to them. Chief'Gillespie is as good as a law- yer in the police court. But the coup- cil is wiseliot to expect him to be both chief of police and prosecuting attorney at the same time. The Her- ald long ago said this was not fair to. the chief, and is giad to see t hat'1 the' PROSPECTIVE CITIZEN! "Get to and just as soon as you arrive we shall stop whining "Why don't you- for what We have we hold, and you can't help staying. The Red Gross Drug and Book Co. may be somewhat biased in thinking that it is the chief attraction (barring Tom JUchardsoa) in the city at present; but you just ask the old and new timers -why, then follow the crowd to tbe Greatest Paper Sale ever conducted in Alberta Our Picture Framing Department is on one of .its sprints at present but we are endure witness your artistic enjoyment. Do come! Red Cross Wag and Book iMcCREADY-The SAGE-The Picture Framer. -1 'PHONE 555. ing Post lated by the Rev. Joseph "I'make-may .clothes last. '''This is an of rny thrift. Bought it three years ago, had it blocked twice, and exchanged it once for a new one at-a York A Joke on Glen Campbell (Toronto Saturday Night.) The story of the week, centres ab-! out Captain Tom Wallace. The friend- ship of Tom and the Western giant. Glen .Campbell, is'proverbial. Recent- ly Glen the guest of Captain: Tom at Woodbridge. On Sunday they went to church, and Tom took up the collec- tions to establish" a church in one of the- towzis. j "A Baptist clerp-man was headed that the Rev. Mr. Hingely, 1 "and was discovered by a friend in. one 'of-'tie-forward seats of the smok- er as the 'train" sped 'westward. said the Baptist to his friend, 'don't 'mention me. There's a Congregational "preacher three seats behind me, and -I'm afraid, he'll, beat me to Montana. J am determined to Call. FAME'S PATHWAY, Kyrle Bellew -will close" season at.the end of the and will spend yachting along: the Eastern coast In. JuneC hft Will sail for and return to America late in August to' begin anoth- er tour of the United Lethbridge Ironworks Co., Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. We have just installed one 150-ton motor- driven hydraulic press, and are in a position to handle all kinds of car and locomotive work such as pressing out and pressing in steel pins; pressing out old axles and putting in new ones; in foci any class of work which requires a pressing fit. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 332. ;