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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta August 22, 1011. r.ETTTBRTnGE Dine at The Internationa! Cafe When at The Fair mm MEND PRICES Cheapest Fruit Store in Lethbridge Answer to Letter to John Canuck in the Calgary Herald Bow Island News To. Mr, and. Mrs. John flusliworth, Wednesday, Aug. JOth, a J. G. Watcrson, Ernest Kir. Foster transacted business the Hat, returning Friday.. Jas. Long returned Friday from a month's trip to Pago and iithor points in North Dakota. Mrs. T. A. Cory and Miss Ila, of 'Wedlclne Hoi, spent the week with How Island friends. 'Mcs- and Miss Williams, ,rf Out.; arrived lliis week .extended visit with their they have no monopoly, be about thirty-five thresh ing ma- chines operating in the How Island district, which speaks louder than ,ut.t words of the splendid condition of the Ami crops. The Rail given by Hie orchestra at Hoaglin's Hall Friday night r.usv n large crowd. The music was unusual- ly good. Alex. Donovan arrived from Thursday jo vittit-his brother, and and take his first look the "last best west." Mr. Long, who will have charge ol the new bushel elevator here, lias moved into the Kilgard cottage. Messrs. Colp, R. fieattic and G. Dear Brother yonr note, lii HUMP tn.UJJ I what you my, Mitt yw teamed to T kQjow when we wore growing up, you to .our And try to pattern after them In all our youlUul Kifcpnt. We usod to loolr noroBS "Tho Line" and the inooey., That could savo, I? wo could buy and liko'thojr. 'It's funny That you should c.hnngo'yourself about in tills peculiar way When in the years that's pant, wo both would fight for "Sir John Now nil for our Prlmo know brother, That nono oan acu so far llioro.'Js no Wlio puts tlio wblfaro of His Country first, like Sir Wilfrid Luurler. Who years and years has proved himself a 'brave tnid valiant., warrior, lie knows this western country, and what nbcdod, Ho knows these miles 6'f pra'irlo inxtst all plowed and seeded, Wo know the-men to. help us live acrons tlw; lino. And of thousands, arc .waiting for the time. When they can he ass.ured that we are anxious, as a nation To welcom'o ihiJin iu'Cmiuu in "Closer Trade Relation." Tho farmer Is tho liim Is all the crotilt, And In tho many years to ember I have, said it. And don't wo would lnivo a. great and happy nation To welcome thorn to Canada In "Closer Trade Relation." You wrilij as if xve owned tho earth, and simply hud to sen it You'd think wo didn't need a thing, to sit and hear you" fell it. Hut yon forgot, dear brother need eggs and i too I think I Jiear you stutter, Then these's machinery we must have to farm our many, acres, The prices wo miiat pay right now will put us on "the breakers." there will But Gockshutt has a plow, he says, he'll fully guarantee: To be as good as any for Reciprocity, lie says hhs make ol' plow will sell upon And all these other factories could do H K they tried; bring these fellows all to Make them '-Piit up :Uie ;ineet fair'.cdmncUtlon-or "Clet back to the Woods." I cannot see why you or 1 should pay these prices royal. And stint our. wives and children, just because they say it's'loyal.' Last year 1 sold my barley for fifty seven cents, To these elevator would-be loyal' My neighbor, just across the line, got ninety cents, or bettor, It makes me feel :so mad that 1 can hardly write this These fellows all have bad a been "the plgs-in clover." And t-hat IB why they're squeajjng tun.-will soon-be.over. daughter and sister, Mrs. K. G. Me- j are planning a few days' hunting trip