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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Monday. August lif, LETHBR1BGE DAILY HERALD PliMMhri bV WV.ld PuMUhlng Lid Uwful Cantdi. PHANII And 1224 W. A: 1UCHANAN MwiafllAf T. W. QUAVLE Mintglnt JOHN TORRANCI PHONI: AdVirllilng Circulation And'Job 1252 DAILY t l moutb, by ui u but both i mint DAIUY HSBALB FOR AT Howl; I. pumontl Cilr Tount B. w Drut Co Hmllltoo V.ntauvjr, 5. Wld. Plnoher J Kfva ComlMinr p. I, Drue Book Jamleson Company Co BHersldn Avenue F.rnl. B. .11 C P B THE WEEKLY HEftALD 1 year in advance H 50 j months In 5flc in aavanca i5c tho wdor of tho locnlvpbUco and M't )Ii! of Uio weeds in join .uul on jom MICHm lots. It would be ii'-lt were 'to u sjugfir palace at tho Dry Fanning Congress. When the Wind Blows WHY IS IT tint nhon the ntfnd is bloimiE tile titj Mteliug carts are not in evidence? One .-lagii-s the clouds of dust, tbnt tie the pro jier and most important time the carts shouki he out and, mitigating the nmsance.' But th-3 city authorities apparently seem to funk dineieiuls othensise there -wouW be no reason for what is a gen- eral complaint v We do not know it there is n rou: tine 'system for watering the 'streets: If.-howeveiv, there is such it appears fooliBh in that the ment of Ihe fails to tulnl the pinpose for Nhich it is rreated It twoilUrbe.rilore in the nature of com- ,mon sense ir the street or is responsible for the same, would, see that the dust was blowing in such great volume as Jifuas during Saturday that tile c.irts started out to destro; the miscluev- olis work .which the wiud carry- ing on" As It was those on the street bad to be suojected to a dust bath, and the dust was nuuduig the differ- ent stoies- aud othces lav ill itfc j from general there is the samtk-n point of iew to he considered, and it certamh ought to' lie the' of the authorities 10 see that when dust is lljmg about the watering carts are out sprinkling the streets, at am rate m et Horses are not a diug on The market Beef can talk itself this lear, and tha Zealand muttoa chop comes onto out tables a tenderness and i epi oach vhich makes us ask this is thus "fust fora Joke j. did you wash your, hands this morning''' "I washed one of .The other didn't need, it." The Automobile Funeral Dubbleigh'a ,cai in> flat on its side ami deep-iiiithb mud in the Jreshly- field, haviug skidded on" the road, through the low stone >vall, to get tbere. "Ah1' cried a passet bv from the roadside an Dubbleigh tried to hold''liis tongue, but. tbe strain was too .'much for ;lnm. 'No. of course he replied cold- ly just "Bought a new cai and brouglu my old one out jiere to bury it Got a pickax and in jour pocket Wu could lend me' I can't seem to horn deep with mj motoi May Have Gueittcd Right (Calgarv s Telegram) About ten jears ago Mr. Winston Spencer Churchill visited Caqada on lecturing tour, conducted by Major Pond of tbe United States lecturing buieau He was boomed hi the gal lant major as fnr coming preimei Roglami At thiu- nine Mr. Churchill had not even attempted to secure a seat, in parliament, and the Canadian newspapers made a joke of the whole affair, stating that Mr Church 11 had no more chance of becoming prime minister of England than Mr Clifford Sifton bad of being elected Pope And yet meanwhije Mr. Chuichill has not only entered parlia occupies today the proud and most important position of First Lord th? AdmiraUj, and, when the occasion presents itself for a succes- sor to be appointed to 'Mr. Asquith, the choice w ill k rest between Mr. Churchill and Mr Lloyd George, with Mr Churchill undoubtedly as first to Aristocracy "I TV ant somebody to' me where to unload this the grimj looking man at the kitchen door. "You needn't ask me about ictorted the joung woman "I don't anything to do with unloading coal: I'm the kitchen lady." "I can't help he replied the coal gentleman, and the fathei of three kitchen ladies, one laundry lady suul one chamber lady, and- if you don't show me to put this coaj I'll call the 'voman of the house" "I'll vou, bhe humbly re- plied, and led the wav to the coal Tit Bits. choice, ior Mr. Churchill vill be more acceptable to the extreme -radi of the Ubeial part> than Jimmy Making Good In his name Jimmy- had al- waja been most popular "with young and. but when he., 'was sent away to boarding school he was for a tune, too homesick to make friends Hib firati letter TV 33 little more, than a wall "I'm behind .the o.thervboys in he 'Tis- n't "only sUidics, but' It's gymnasium banjos and T don't thej'll ever have much use for Hut the second tetter, written, after a week in tbe new wasVjulte different in ,r "I'm ou ucnr and use Is being cut ;