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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Saturday, May ieM eco oitpttM Published by the LcthbricJge Horaid Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth1 ttreet, Lethbridge, Can, W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. Editorial. Reportorlal, and News Dept. SUBSCRIPTION- RATES 1 year, delivered l by mall. S -SSSS l month, delivered 35c 3 months, by wail 'Addresses changed as, often as desired, but Doth new dresses must bo given. WEEKLY HERALD Pcbliflhed every Wednesday in elsht or more pages, and a samjuary'of, the news ortfce week, local and district. S5o Old ....75c in Lsthbridge Red Crosn Drag Book Store, J- G. Robert- eon Co, Jackson "Alexandra Hotels R. W. Young Co Hamilton. PIricher D; L.- -McCroa. Westlake Bros. Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. -BeaL S months, la THE DAILY ..HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. 4 Atchisoa. L. Retaecfce. Grassy Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store, Vsncouver, 8. C. World Wide News Co. Browns 219 4th St. Also on ail C. P. R. Trains. OUR POINT OF .VIEW Tomorrow Is Mothers' Day. Observe joss of half a millioii jit by writing home. One of a mav. dollars. The way "of the transgressor greatest duties is to ;v.; hard, his mother happy. It is said thai. intends go- ing to Greenland on a hum ing trip next year. What a scurrying 10 cover there will .be by the polar bears. Queen Mary has the harem skirt from court. She will not any Turkish ini'luenee at iM.ay.or Milne. Oof 'Medicine Hit. has an ambition to get a new industry- fyr that city each month''during the year, Up to date it is said he has succeed- ed. die seat of power of the British Em- pire. If Chairman Gordon of the Concilia- tion Board, can get the operators and miners to agree to resume the opera- tion of the mines, he will have the lasting thanks of Western Canada. In less than a.; week the burgesses of' the city" will be asked to vote4 iu several bylaws. What is the money for? If you don't know, hunt np the advertisements and find out. Every voter should he should know what he is voting: for or against. The building of the C. ,X...R. from Aldrrt'rjeal' ttfgort Arthur will do .much AVit will; Here is Your Chance! A Beautiful Five Boom, to -suit purchaser, 021 tiie prettiest building site city. Close-in and plenty oi' trees. For full particulars .call at oiir offices. DO NOT overlook this jus ft is within reach of any one wanting a nice borne. Fully modern ,8 room Chouse on Dufterin, new and best bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles. The Spokane paper that backed r.pj Ihe corruytionists in the municipal j se.rte this it is -right that the campaign, and which Chief Sullivan j slwulct" give ..sorno who was assassinated, blamed for bis guarantee-i death, has suspended publication, ac- tiie- ;Wiil .wipe' ,out if jt be accepted." "Then this will encourage the ctf' Canadian land Ihvpre- i Terence, to AiiVeficah Here is another snap. Fully modern seven room house, with fire place all finished in best of style, close in on corner and can be had at if taken at once. Small .cash payment handles.; Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The 1911 Publicity. Number VV TH TODAY'S HERALD -.looking down upon Lethbridge be found Number. It is not as "years as our readers -will already We have. changed the style entirely f we believed that a numbeJr? issued in magazine form, with a heavy.] annual country the is a; faithful representation of surrounding. -paracularly the location of r. mines adjacent to the city. articles and illustrations, cover That's The Way to Talk (Magratii Pioneer.) Xow, all together for the Dry Fai-m-j ing Congress at Lethbridge next year.! Views- he "Sugrath .has spoken his" people" en >tic subject dearest clseir that speech he "declares -objection ao t'he s We'll Soon Be Thero (Magrath Pioneer.) ;.M.agrath would heartily welcome the' reciprocity "the pact feature Lethbridge business men if undertakes to say that either should decide to pay us a, i country can break- it at any, i which, he says, my judgment, is _. -its wsak feature." That is a, bran Worth More Than jde8i isn-t Mr Taft s 'Pittsburg Sun.) :tnis as'the great safety valve of the _If Memphis was onl.radvertwing and Canadian statesmen to so declared. We have talked reel cover and printed on fine book commercial self -by asking W J. Bryan ......._ _ make it more lasting, masters of inter-jthere, his refusal to go even for SVprocitv for at least half a centurv and! and more Talkie. This or whom we is a stinger for Memphis. anvtMns to-become interested in this r C2.n Oe DrcSerseu LiieN Ymrn oro rvT-n -MII} -n't. fective can be 3 east that :the purpose of these issues. given particular :to -educational facilities Parson Poor Pen Pusher i Clares holm Review.) i-cally all of this number taken a review of the year and of the articles, are contributed by and impartial atitfioritie say it is a "faithful be-J aid staff, and of'this fact we are are arguments pro and con, we are nor agreed as to the benefits of Its ultimate working out. and so in or- der to guard against disaster'to-either y, we to leave each to faithfully chronicle- the devel4of southern pan of the province, ,rtt nf rhe _ltv a Prseti-Un ord'eF-io show to the outsiders that .Hi 01 tue tit> xUi .-ed.1. rnn.u. j --_ _ i r we nave .agreed to leave eaeli are wed.advanced m tais made its appearance in to take sfaoe id'j The 1911 number, with the is a neat looking paper stans to asreement'whieh jyi'of the engravings, was produced Jt nas only one in the Herald office hy the. stuff is being written py declares-o be He will ..prove; a false alarm, i Does -j f _ i ilUL rut no attempt is made to esaggerjuculariy as it shows that by training to ;ttte to VT conditions, -but ms-reiy to state is fully equipped to do the political and fairly the facts of 1910. s, and the Gal-' not really make you tired, men will go to highest class of work. It is worthy ofjgarj, gentleman is not an: exception fconptrv? That at We are particularly proud of the covintention -that the engravings were rule. _ he it It depicts a man in an aero-'products of an Alberta concern. j (about bewail to .'busy wlth-Jt) he Ranged, MotLeiis......Day, Words Can't Describe (iledicine Hat Times.) with the. is 'letter.' ed Tomorrow all over "America rQe da-v Is observed .by'the and Europe. The day is services in the aside as a day of with sermons relating' to been forced to neglect-ourfnan off tae singing of "mothers' in an attempt to -agreement V lowering ofj movers, and Lo add jo> m a printing press. prices. But he not arrived at the conclusion -satisfactorily 'how this "is al- i the beauty of Christian receiving: ..letters written on thatwmns, rsons and daughters who cj are-away from home. The day set Is aside- forrthis splendid -object is schools. esaltinig- and em.phasi'zing motherhood. services arc also held in the the aforementioned article is one cf.JcwiaS our product to .go into thatj- pieces of furnitur..j' free, but she -is not allowing! "second in May. Last year the their sons and daughters who was. not very much said about it beforehand- But this" year the ob- servation 'promises to -be even more there has .been-a. good deal written.-aboat it -in the jwess of the -.-different countries; and it is 'being ac- ".-timely promoted fty women's societies everywliere. ..-On "Mothers' Day" is. ex- pected to wear a carnation in honori 'flower if shei The ministers of Tie city liave been requested to observe the day in the churches, and doubtless most of tnem, if not ail, will do so. .In this Western country young peo- ple away from home in the Ease and the Old Country are very likely often to is negligent of their obvious duty to write home to mother. .They little realize the-'pleasurs these letters give or they would not neglect giving it to' the face of this .green globe. Further ltlle products of any other country than'that have not been able ioido so-' reach as yet in our research. Then he goes splendidly entered into with any Ottawa, and priest in the Cathe- than States, jdrai, Hamilt.on, in 1S76. says, is protected from For twelve We accordingly hroached the remark that we products; he information in language: known our farmers? the And to the craft, to our "hated rival" selling in an open ;mnrket--and Ga' down the line, the 'Dally in a protected market. ,on the matter. We doubt it: _ ino j-oent ol bunington so ;0rti, then Jje has done his own thinking a-bsoi-1ir e" jerston for Provincial Synod, and is adfli- ______tion to his other wGrk, Eegjstrar of the Principal and matnWhipcese' and Cleridal Secretary, of the _..- f.- _C. .general Synod-of-Canada, Ke'wiis a-missionary at 'Pfeltn- they have heroically come to-the concludes, toK cue. "For which as Shakes-jtbe Pact is tlm It- undertakes-to sayj peare would say, "much i that either coimtry can break it-at, In the meantime, we will continue j aa5' time, which ,in my judgment, :isf eighteen 'months: incum- for two years; rec- From an intimate ifriend of Mrs. William B. Leeds, her real reason for the ones who haye aone so much for research oa of :an elghtf "fust a Joke" l them. The observance of 'the .mule-power-press, .under urgent neces-i 'He does not nelieye. in allowing thisj'l I is living, a white one if she has passed t should remind them of this duty, andj sity. !young country, to be put in the posi-i The Motorist at Home i tor of Barton and Gl-anford .for three i Ceiling the Leeds mansion on Fifth iyears: incumbent and rector of An- javenue, and thereby cuttfng all per- j caster for twenty-one years. Seven manent ties on this side of the water, i years.ago asked foy-the Bishop j is that she likes the English better than she does her own country people. It is said to be iber; ambition to away. If.his mother is living at a dis- tance, from hiin, soCthat he cannot vis- it her, he is to remember her by writ- M ters mail should carry many let-j from Letihbridge iaddressed to j mothers in distant parts. Mr. Magfatb's Reasoning .Would. .BufJ'd Up Canada (Winnipeg Free -Press.) V. Collins ,editor of the North-tweak one! western Agriculturist, Minneapolis, I in an judicious advertis- 'R. in his in Ml the House of Commons ainst reciprocity, among er things, said: in is to I. ag- "Frequently I have .been constrained [ing, gives some of his reasons for ob- interpret Mr, Magma's position to jectin to reciprocity, do you Mr. Collins, jtion of allowing "the powerful countryr; -Tou liave a fine lot of children, ,to the-south to in- our-.tar- said Hawkins, as-after a spin ami yet he deems the a-b-Urough the country th'ev returned to !rogat10Q feature of the pact to house for dinner. ,How And still he goes.on to that WQ are absolutely in the dark as j to what it may mean to us! He-says further that our home market .takes eighty per cent. of. our produce, .and iand Synod to give .up-parochial work [to become Secretary-Treasurer of the. Synod and Archdeacon cf Niagara. Heja duke and bring up her little son as was for three years Secretary of the ''an Engliehman.; be that of a" man follows the that this treaty would send American tates of his party, and .believes in fight ifarniers up into Canada ing the "ins" as long-as he is amongst j mean especially the grain-rais-diets tare taere. said Binks, proudly, j "I've often said Hawkins! whether you .people with so many! children have any that this home market is free to invasion of the farm products returned Binks; hesitating ;to myself. thi% Tsarliament? are you doin Surely we are not 'n-'flTrtfiiv- may .talk ry country in the world, and to say, not consciouslv, lets that the price of farm Qf course are more .interested the virginal of -Canada in Canada will reaeh the lowest pos- fa im moflel tbaa m the earlier j produce larger of -small gi-ain doing his own reasoning in fcais matter j tiian'wiiL our. old soiL which has been but if his party had- declared, for for ten or twenty years. Be- ef ins and outa. Is the only aim of ai'ciproeity, it is oaite safe to say our is now worth more in Canadian land, and grain-raisers prepared to admit that it is a Question political party'to get into .power and have been quite able to reason then strive to remain there even other way. AJt O, .price-m Canada. And yet he ,g poses an. .agreement intended to give us a wider market m the States, which- he says, is protected from invasion by products of other countries.; He says- seek the cheaper soil. They have .that under the agreement Argentine, not to such an .extent here- the extent of -breeding party politics j In his speech -Mi-. Magrath talks ab-jtofore, -because 'of the difference in'is into a science? I have the idea that j out developing '.home industries in this market price of grain on this side ofjdid not we are sent here' to take part in the i country, and if he sincerely-believes in j development'of this young country, is it that-be-has voted see that the varied interests of the on agricultural; country get square deal." Too Much Cohan An English theatrical manager visit- ed a theatre where George Cohan was his l tU. CV C UkAA Tf C4. ich produce? a great .lot of a company in one of hi free to.; snip it into pwn plays. not know that this agreement Sest aafi Froliis Assets Over ts when an amendment was i i brought in to that effect by a member might be worth mentioning that Mr. Magrath loudly proclaimed on the Hustings at the time of his first cam- His then was that it was no harm for the American j implement manufacturer to come into! Canada ana compete on an even basis paign that, be was an mdependent wlth the Canadian manufacturer. In Conservative wjth very great speech. Mr. -Magrath dsciares him-! s on the independent. He was in favor of a fair measure of yet the fact remains that i. o.ur He doet' Magrath aot MChlde a ai ,e oaej hasjust been as pronounced a Tory Does it not m bis: rotes m the House of M tnougjl M, Magrath b2d cul. mons and his utterances, m and ,poUtical science- to sucb an or that body, as the most devout that he is To VQte f tisan cou-ld j everything Tory, "even when it takes 4Mr, in the words quoted.jprotection off certain of our industries speaks, alWut the "ins and and} and when manufacturers claim party politics into a sci-'thar. Is go'ag to ruin tharr. but knowing the views of his Jin the face of the fact "that the agree- constituency on this question of j meat does not affect any important Ca .reciprocity, as the must know them, nadian industry, he gets in their band- unless has taken.the expressions Of opinion of his close party friends wagon and opposes a ..measure that the great the constituency, lifee the.. Medicine. majority of his constituents .want. Does it not look to the fair- City Conservative. Association, asjminded man that Mr. Magrath against the from Boards'in the "ins and outs" idea, and t-hat he of Trade and Fanners associations in has "the political science" business! of-redsrocity, that poured! well developed. THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, 1855. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL. Capital Paid Up Roserve Fund ____ 80 BRANCHES IN CANADA AND AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE DOMINION AGENTS. and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities of tha HOTTED STATES and GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts of the' World. LETTERS OF CREDIT Available in GREAT BRITAIN and all EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. If you are going to THE CORONATfpN' you will need one. PromptJy SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. This bank endeavors to give prompt -and intelligent attention --to all business and invites your Account. Lethbridge Branch- OtAMOND. CITY BRANCH I D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER -i- Who -wrote this asked the jSnglishman "I Cohan replied. "Who wrote the "I did." "Well, who wrote the "I did." "Who is .producing "I am." "Who is playing in sister and myself." the Englishman, desj perately, "who painted the [Surely, you didn't do that, "Oh, Cohan replied, sweetly. painted Even- ing Post. In 1' ever gets a start in life (unless he inherits money) except' by regular saving. ,A Savings Account is almost invariably, .r-the" foundation of success. Start an'account now.iu the Union Bank of Canada.-j It will help'you to save your savings with Compound Interest. cor. Round Sts.G. R. T1NNJNG, Manager. Stirling fi: Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W.Lpckhardt, Manager. i public' THE. CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE SfR EDMUND WALKER, LL.D., D.C.U, PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, COLLECTION 'BUSINESS; With its large number of branches, agents and CaiVadlar; Bank of Comrnerce is able to effect collections througfhout the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on application. FOREIGN BUSINESS elected Anglican Bishop of Ni-j Cheques and drafts on ali countries of the world, drawn in sterling-, agara, was educated at Bishop's Col-j francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency, lege. LennoxviHe, Que.. and Trinity can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates. College, Toronto, taking his B. A. a.acl 'M. A. at the latter university. He- T C C was.ordained Deacon -in the Cathedral' Ora-Iivfl 'HE NEW BISHOP OF NIAGARA Yen. Archdeacon Clark, has ;