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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBEtoGE DAILY HERALD Monday, May DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE ESTABt-ISMKO OEOEMBEFt Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., lawful evening at Its office. Sixth street. Lethbridge. Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. Editorial, Reportorial, and News 1224 Advertising Circulation and job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, 1 year, by months, 'bv mall Z months, delivered.....Si.OO j months, Di 1 month, delivered.......35c S monies, by mail........S5o Addresses changed as often, as desired, bat both new and old ad- v dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year in advance ----51.50 g months. In advance..-. .50o manias, in. J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co., E. W. Hamilton. Ptncher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Relnecke. Grassy Tttgham. Diamond D'Aro's Drug Store, Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 -4th St. oh. all C. P. R. Trams. jpayers will do ,well next Thursday townee is said to give consent, but ex-t pass them all." Their passing consent is much better. mean a. for the progress and! It ie therefore hoped that every qua! development of the city, and are in'lifted voter will make a special effort the'-best of its, welfare. Si-jto get out and vote for them. OUR POINT -OF VIEW Make Lethbridge a spotless. towi Magrath provides the unique inci-, Ident of having a council prosecute the! the strengthening of the ties that bind the Empire together. mayor for an infringement of a bylaw. all over Southern come the reports that it is raining dol lars. From all over the Empire there will go up an earnest wish that the health of Queen Alexandra will be unimpaired I not only until after the Coronation cer- a emouies are over, but for many, years afterwards. A Few Real Snaps 18 Lots in Blocks 5 and 15? Alexander Addition; each, 1-3 cash, o til tiii c 6 There !0 be no appears safe to bank on the future of this year. Mark your calendar to remind you to cast your vote on Thursday wheu the money .bylaws are to "oe voted. It ranchers say that it is up to the I i nn tVIP but -hat Southern Alberta will >o nl- SP an abundance of moisture this year. It the cattle supply hencpforth; The, should do that and, what is more, there is good money ;n it for them. TLe harmony of the Conservative party at Ottawa is very conspicuous; bv its absence. It may be a good is the duty of flverv voter to exercise a good his franrViw Ilg tor the Prolonged the The rain that fell last week, and The Money By-Laws anything of such things NEXT THURSDAY the burgesses of this city have the recognize that it should be and tunitv of voting on five -bvlaws, do Hal1 tnat is-claimed for it. if passed, authorize the Ctfty Council to issue and sell deben- tures aggregaiiag This is a large issue, and the citizens should into the various items, for which -be money well spent on a sewage disposal plant. Park Expenditure The second part of pro- for the expenditure of on government, but it is not a good thing for ,the country to have a divided Op- position. is likely to fall this week will doi _____ more to boost Lethbridge, and the sur-j There is senera! resrei that the coal roundmg country than all the publicity operators and the minors could" not money that could be raised. come to an agreement to have the 1------- mines put into operation while toe in- The Coronation will be much morei vestigatiou of the conciliation board than a mere ceremony for'the crown-Js being completed. Such an agree- ng of a King.. ,Jt much forjmens would mean much for all parties. 75 x 125, corner MclSTab and McBeth, with 7 room house, 11200; handles. 50 x 125, corner Duffeiin and William, facing east, splendid .building site. Prices and terms on application. 6 Room Fully Modern' House, facing north on 37 1-2 x 125 feet, on Co art land near Westminster. This is a snap, A small cash payment handles. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 hat Qtkers Where He Makes an Exception (Washington Post.) However, President -Taft's declara- tion in favor of peace should not in- duce anybody to monkey with that :e- jciproeity programme. 3r is proposed to make the rt- --u- 1 jthe citys narks. Or this amount Tlie one issued in the interests of i00p will .be on Park the electric light department is foriaild the Qtller ?25.000 oa Gait and and provides for the expending parks, To make Henderson park .tare of ior_a start on a. a place of ,beautv and Railway system, xhw intention, is to as js rhe of SVPFV Hti7on .'lav the tracks for svstem on 7 fl, 2 long enough to invent a shavin .jay tne tracKs .or oie system on Lethbridge to have it, will require bthe streets where paving will .be done, expenditure of a lot of money. The aoe-nt .Tills will obviate any necessity of tear-j bylaw provides for the amount the [lug up pavement later on wien. thejcotmcn proposes to spend this year, fscreet cars will Toe put into Park should also be speedily other is for the electric into a real park, instead of a light extensions to various of j the city, which as yet are not served. people of Xonhl jit is not likely that anyone, oViis situated. For of prairie, for the benefit of the Something "Worth; While (Dallas News.) Another thing: Why doesn't Mr. Edi-j brush The Wildest Thing in Captivity (St. Paul Pioneer Press.) President Taft visited a "Wild West it many years there has to either part of this bylaw. Thsjbeen a desire that Gait Park should electric light extensions are be made less of an eyesore and more and -will bring in a rev-Uf a parkj iand tbe council proppses to enne that will more than pay for thejha that done this year. Everyone before the debentures are paid show in Washington, but did not show much enthusiasm over it. The' Presi- dent has seen Congress in session. tion, and complains that the action of the government in nutting through such legislation without a vote of the people really a. hard joit at reciprocity. That is hardly correct. The gov- ernment is taking the people into its confidence in a greater degree and in a much- wiser manner than the- opposi- tion. Reciprocity is a big question, proi> jably the -biggest submitted' to the people in rbis generation. There: is considerable difference of opinion as to the result it- We believe that] there should be cone, but there is. If; we reject reciprocity now, we reject it for all rime. If we accept it now.j we are not bound by it if v.-e should] discover that it was against our in-1 jterests. j Mr. Borden, Mr. and the! opponents of reciprocity ask for a ee-f deration against reciprocity at once, I without any trial of it. at all, which would mean, a rejection of it for all! time. on tbe other! hand, suggests-a trial'of reciprocity for a year, and then a vote upon the (question. If the .people, after a trial! Company Doesn't Represent People (Grassy Lake Mr. Magrath, in opposing; the reel-1of reciprocitv is upon the park in its measure, is not, we so express on The vote for the start on the; ent. comHtion -will see the rePr8sentins: the .great majority of his j -The of street railway service means saving nave not yet jn this respect, is? that Mr. receive the strongest tb-e man in this part of Alberta who1 tracks will be put into use. Health Department so; bylaw receive the strongest support of the ratepayers. Local Improvements second bylaw is a small one, During the year 1910 th'e council s.d- only iad is divided into two vertised its. intention of ma-king ser- parts, which may