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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGrE DAILY HERALD Saturday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbr.'dSe h'orald Co.. "Ltd.. 'every lawful evening at office, Sixth street. LethbrJdge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1 year, delivered. 6 months; delivered.... nontlis, delivered.---- 1 jiicnin, DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mall---- 8 months, by matt. 3 "months, by roaU- changed 'as'; often as desired, but Txnh- aod old ad- WEEKLY HERALD. every Wednesday 'ta'eixfct "or more and contains summary of the news of the weeb, local -and -district. 1 year in "advance Cross Drug Book Store, J. G- Sofccrt- so.n Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel. Peopla's Store Co.. S. "W. Hamilton. Pinr-her D. L- McCrca. Jake Bros. Drug i Book Co. B. BeaL 3 months, in THE GAJLY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranforoofc. B. Lu Kelnecke. Grassy Tiigham. Diamond Drug Store, Medicine Vancouver, 3. C. World Wide. News Co. Broim 219 4tJs SL Also on all C- P. R. Trains. hat Qthers Are Not but Newspapers (Victoria Colonist.) in the way. it makes things ln.-j, We Jook to Ottawa Press Press; that the head has to of the hardness of a board, and to' be S9t upon -apex of a spinal col- uuxtt'tliat tx; -'oe "of jicrne substance 'harder than- mere tyjne. Herald is .'as parcictilar as. anj-' one about the honor of. public who standards of Liberalism; for taking hie record since jand tue loieato GJJbe for inneaucffiB But Wic aU men tne policy of tte goyjrniaent HUSpici0p, one claw.Ifi8S Ottawa but It would be unfair to euh- t0 fit. of those papers to wy that Mn are organs of the ministry in the senee that they are always to be understood as expressing its opinions. Indeed, we greatly dou-bt if any sagacious lic man wishes to iavg a newspaper organ. He would far rather have net's paper friends who would do their own thinking. We believe it may fairly be said that the newspaiper press of Canada is in only very rare instances the spokesman of any public man. he it has been, easy, generally, that, -the trouble started in his refusing" assent to'some nice little scheme for "getting hold of a .'bit of''iiie-public domain... 'Most'.of those-who 'swear at Frank Oliver are angry because Jve has blocked some scheme or othe-rr Ordinarily, too; he take the-trouble to employ the vocabulary cf -conciliation. When it rhas-tb" do-rwdth' that kind, of a man, Quite a Strange Coincidence one, moreover, who.has walfced in the (Ottawa Free Press.) isame straight- path .during a "life'time The aunouncement that the British jthat began in character forming hard- Liberals lost the bye-election in the ship, njost fair-minded people, the Her- jcity of Cheltenham: last week, caused aid thinks, will .join Sir Wilfrid in by the unsealing of the late Liberal ing him the benefit of put! imember, Richard Mathias. has re- ting tjje proof on his accusers. I vived the memory of two incidents that it would be a terrible sapping of Here is Your Chance! A Beautiful Five Room Bungalow, built to suit purchaser, oa tiie -building site in the city, Closein-aad plenty of full particulars call at our offices. overlook '-thfc as -it is witMn reach of any one wanttair home. y modern 8 on Dufferin, brand new bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles. Here is another snap. Fully modern seven room hmise, wita all finished in best close in on corner mod can if taken at once. Small cash payment handles. which took place just prior to the ol- ection of last December. In all the An- glican churches on the previous Sun- [day to that election, one of the Biblical i lessons contained the words, "And the the -basis of social and ipoliticalInter- course if it should turn such confidence were net fully justified; "We are none of us infallible." said a mid-century English statesman, "fcut :Iot fell upon and a.-few days is a great tn'ing- to be sure of one latex- the principal of Cheltenham Col- 'lege, while taking .the class in Scrip- ture, nit quite 'by chance on the pas- J_ American Farmers and Reciprocity FARMERS of the have nothing man's integrity." So no one vas- sur- prised, when it -was reported at "Ottawa that some threats -were toeing held ov- States seem be j: ly opposed to the sage: "That they hold the elecaon of er Oliver's head, to hear that he Matthias to have been a hasty and ill-'had enjoined his correspondents to ad vised act, and to have been subse-jbetake "themselves to Tophet. Sir iguently reversed." j Wilfrid has just endorsed the injunc: :oj Thai is just what happened. Match-juon, using a different'formula. The ifear bv the adoption of the agreement vr-as elected, he was unseated, and word is now with Mr. Oliver's Reciprocity rThere has'been in this country a the electors had a chance to as the farmer ofjdeal of put show thatjspeak they reversed his election. I Canada are in favor of it. They reciprocity would be of no benefit to to the capital of the United States to protest against it in as large classes of Canada, .but there were no other proof that it j numbers as the farmers of Canada went to the Canadian capital to advo- cate it. Why they should oppose the action of the Magrath and 'Reciprocity News-Telegram.) Recently the members of the United farmers would be sufficient. -wired C. A. Ma- .lf the pact goes into effect, as it ap-j grain .their representative in .Federal Parliament asking him whether he was going to sit on-the -fence, or -was ___ going to oppose or support reciprocity. i that they believe they iave reason land move to Canada to Join the ranks The U .F. A. is an organization which agreement is not apparent to the farm- parently and if the American far- Urs of. Canada, but the fact, remains i mars still believe it will harm them, the I-the same that they do so. It is erid- best to'lag they can do is to pack up competition of the those who they know -will "oe bene- ian farmers v.ith their cheaper and fitted. There is lots of room for them i better land. This fear should go far j here, and they will -be heartily welcom- coorince Canadians that the fann-ied: Alberta and the Dry Farming Congress L5THBRIDGE and Alberta the benefit with, Lethbridge "and great, boost for the Dry Farm- i immediate wcinity. ing Congress and Exposition in; Another very important feature lies f912 the government pro Jin tie fact that as soon as the con- mised to ten. tGousaad dollars to-j grass is.orer at Colorado Springs, the carries a great deal of -weight in the West, and which also controls a large number of votes, but apparently these considerations do not appeal to Mr. Magrath, who in open opposition to the wishes of his constituents, comes out in open antagonism to reciprocity, Mr. Magrath apparently does not value'his whoever they may be, and they may have to say. Freeman 'MacLeod Box 679 THE GINGER CHAP (Baltimore Sun.) There is always something- doing for the energetic chap Who has put a little ginger in hjs shoes; For the twiddler and the fiddler For- tune doesn't care a rap, Nor for switchmen who are. always on the snooze! It's th-e man who bright and early can' 'be settled on the job, With train alert and jair of steal, and square will find "Fair Fame attaching medals to' his little Company Real Estate and OWNERS OF seat in the in j .Where- theyr.hustle, Luck' is never opposing reciprocity will cost him his far the CoErnibBS- The" wisest course for him to pursue Is to resign ;gurej woVid'is tull of but and seek re-election on. the reciprocity issue. Such 'election would show the wsrds defraying: the expenses if ic secretary -will move his headquarters should come "to This "city-nest year. -It jto thousands of let- did not take Premier Sifton and his tsrs sent out from the office during temper of jihe -ft and would _give colleagues long-to see that the holding the year will go from Lethbridge, and''" ol.cae cangrsss and exposition, in Lett.-j the eyes of all the recipients will be brides would'be one of the -best adver-jdirected 'to' Albs'rta. Moreover, tisements Alberta could have: The; congress issues the Dry Fannin benefit wii! come not only to Leth- feridge and Southern. Alberta, but to tSe of the province. Not only so, ,but it will be of inestimable being published in Alberta, will to'the whole of the West and, there-.! naturally- have a great deal of inform- fore; to the whole of Canada. ation in..it about this and the surround- It'wiil bring to Alberta at least five [ing jjrovlnees- Alberta will be a house- thoussoid people from all parts of the central and Western States, from Eu- rope, South America and oth- er- countries, e people are inter- and. -other, typical Western constituency an op- portunity of registering tneir wishes in the matter of reciprocity. Mr. ?Ja.- grath's course can hardly -be consider- ed 'fair to his constituents in' view of their petitions to .him -to support the free trade measures, and it -will serve to show that some Conservatives who blindly follow their leader -and will make personal sacrifices; of no slight word-among its readers daring importance, at his-dictates even when they their purpose, too, For they -teecii the' .Ginger.. Chap And Vibe weaiUngsgrpwho a project letin, regular weekly paper which- is'sent: to even- one of the thousands of msittbers of ths congress. This pa- known. to'-p4ish through They -are Morals for the -Ginger 'Ua- ;r.', r Every to scurry has year, and, of course, during suc- ceeding years. ..From, a ptrhlicity standpoint alone, estsd in scientific They willtthe -congress trill be worth many times laclnde the best type of farmers, argi- ten tnoiiRand dollars to this province. cultural esperts frosi -practically :-ery civilized country, men who are in- and there will .not 'be a locality that will not derive great benefit from it. in. the purchase and develop- The promise of the government to arm lands, railroad men, a special train to take the Alber- 'terested raent of farm paper men, capitalists, implement man- jta" delegation, to the congress at Col- ijiacturers and many others. When orado 'Springs will mean a great deal. Vthey come to tha congress a great they run. the risk of heing" .accused o? double-crossing those- w-ho elected them to the Federal fcouse. Mr. Ma- grath's L. Bprden cannot be but; it is; not. so certain that his sagacity is without a flaw. A Straight Backed Answer The statement made in the House his usefulness in -H Every Sleeper makes somebody else enthuse; But the man who plucks the cherries when the tales cf driputh; are- rife Is the Chap who pats some; Ginger in his shoes. We are Brothers all just and th-e world i-? migiify many of them will take tie op_porttLn-ithat Alberta-'means business, and is icy to see more of the Canadian. West.'! prepared to do'Vne right thins by the At the exposition, they will see the .ex- jcoiigress- It-will indicate the great habits of the products of tltis Country interest" taKen" in the congress, and rrom many iSSerent localities, and'1 what" it for, and will do much they will waat to go and see the coun-jto cbayiace the- delegates that Alberta try where the stirg -was produced. la Sis place ia. which, to hold that -way, everj part -of the West Trill l-tfcelr'next cp'ngress. Tt-witl snow .the people at the congress by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. respecting one OUR POINT VIEW Make Lethiridge. a spotless town. ial3 its'readers scattered all orer most s or toe" co Entries of the globe that the Ten thousand doUars is a spod start! Alberta government has promised ten the thirty thousand necessary tojthousand "dollars to ihelp defray the iandlfi the Dry Farming- Congress. expenses of the congress if it comes to Lethbridge. The citizens of Cordova, Alaska, en-j acted in real life the famous Boston] city- council has decreed except that they -it- wili 'allow no over coal into the sea, instead of tea. ken "storeys to be erected in the I city. That is a good move. Skyscrap- "Trhe Board of Trade publicity fund is'srs beauty to a city, and land growing at a remarkable rate. Leth-j is "plentiful." .It will be some time, bridge will show to the world that it i however, "before it will he -necessary has money to spand on a good things jto enforce the bylaw. Every citizen should have a part in! British government is contmu- contribuung to the publicity fund. If ing to, show its interest in the poorer the Board of Trade gets more money than it needs this year, the balance make a fine nest egs "with which ainst sickness, .invalidity, and nnera- tp start next years publicity campaign, ploymsnt. The Opposition party Is uo be commended for to sup- port the measure. The welfare of the out-to-bear a. very prominent lecturer] common means the welfare of talk en the important Issues in wjnichithe nation. this city is vitally interested, Indicates The small crowds that-have turned classes of Great Britain by introduc- ing a .measure to provide insurance ag- a lack or leneral interest that is re- The Calsary ratepayers defeated a grettable. A iaan like Charles Fred- [bylaw to provide money to buy some erick Adams should draw a feig crowd. I -lots around their city hall which the j council wanted to buy so xs to have The good work of Supt. Wilson has {land to siow the splendid building off recognized by appointment to jto adyantage, as it is in quar- Itoe officer commanding tie Houated'terg. Prqbabjjy it was a mistake to KEoIice posting-eat to Coronation. put s oca a building, on a small site, -jt.-ii an tonor to him. and incidentally find it looks as though the Calgary peo- in wthlch has his head- "-The Bulletin pie made another mistake la not buy- land to make the site better. Leth- co-uncll, when it builds a city of iis Cabinet colleagues, whom he did not name, was pretty -generally, understood to Oli- ver, it is part -aftermath of the eruption in Alberta' which resulted in the snibstitution of Judge Sifton for Mr. Rutherford as Premier, and the. elimination of some Important and very active members from the Cabinet: One'-of these was Mr. Cross, whose Mr. Oli- ver's, is at Edmonton. net sur- prising-, -therefore: of Mr. Cross, for he has many, in seeking To the man whose heart is in nal grip; And we get our strength, Stron Ones, from the weaker ones we meet From the ones we catch, perchance, when they would So as onward we are us stop a little while Where the weary faint, ana 'heart- felt fear to lose Just to lend a hand to others iputs some sunshine in the smile Of the fellow with the his shoes. orningside Suite 115 Sherlock Box 1979 SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY (AtcMson, Kan., Globe.) A boy's idea of mollycoddle is one. refers to going'in swimming as bathing. Jugs are all right In their man who wants a. drink bad en- ough to take a drink out of one has much thirst.' conquering hero-in the eyes of the wo- man who loves you. FAME'S-. PATHWAY .George A4e was.a bell-hop ,once up- on-a time, at avhealth resort in In- diana, where they give mud. baths. Next to shooting and fishing, King George's warmest admiration is re- served for the" JRughy code of football. 'A: woman isn't as afraid of long ago he.expressed the opinion jing with her husband as she is that iV- jthe neighbors Tclii hear it. his retura tap of Commercial Bulletiii, Borton, by his father. trwm collector to editor, m been the sole owner There are still a few old-fasioned who think it is a sign of sheer to hire the washing done. It- is possible to stretch a honey- moon trip o.ut to such a length that that Rugby. was the ideal game for all" ranks army and navy, as it kept the men fit, taught them to PECULIAR AND PBRTtNBWT In Spanish bull ringi, killed yearly, and S.flSl Two-thirde of root'crop is used' for Medical realize the virtues of be written in the and to withstand nard knocks. Former Governor Curtis Gould, Jr.. of Massachusetts., who has been .ap- pointed .ambassadpr to Russia by Pres- .the Bride will become homesick, al- ident Taft ,to succeed William Rock- though this isn't a very large world, was the; principal, opponent ofi Forty years ago paper making taat country. Thf Patagonians are pl6 in the world. The are the shortest. In the moments between of raking in. the money for the-theatri- cal syndicate, its manager, -A-.: L.: Er- langer busies himself playing handball The man who puts in overtime sav- jing the world belongs to the union all-right. At any rate he expects to a head to hit, should Mr. Oliver's 'or reading Napoleonic i next of Dry Fanning j Kail, should to it that it has ample in 'Wtll :conTC7 the gcod news to i room to HELP Keep tJie Sabbatli Jewisli. and Cknstian (mcludirig': Canadian.) law does not demand that you do so, but we your assist- anee, so that our average may, m the total sum .up, rise to normal. Consid- ering our past forget it. Don't shop on Sundays if you don't want to Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Ojiotostr. Picture Frarner. PHONE 555. b.e uaid time and a half for his efforts.! Boston in James S. Sherman for the vice-presi- induetry of Finland was in its dency in 190S." He is classified ag a "stand-pat" Republican, a con- servative' reformer. He was born In. it is worth 2, Next to ths Washington ncn cum from Harvard in He was graduated j ths new Pilgrim's jaonuajcst on .You needn't conquer anything more the, class of :8l. After uis graduation is the loftiest structure of solid. Cod, .Massadiusetts, wliich' is 273 ferocious than a meal ticket to he a he -made a- Europe and upon 'masonry on thiz continent. e Ironworks Co., Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, 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 fact, any class of work which requires a pressing fit Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 352, ;