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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITK LKTHBHTDGK. DAILY' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 19U7 W. A. Director T, W. Editor JOHN Manager Pub'lshcd by The Uthbrldga Herald Publishing Co., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth "Street, Lcthbi'Idge. Alberta, PHONE: Editorial. Reporlorlal, and News Dcpt._ 1224 PHONE: '.Advertising Circulation and .'Job Depts 1252 1 yciir delivered 6 months delivered :i months delivered 1 month DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATES ...ft.00 i Jl.oo Me.. 0 njnll "1 morith. by muiK. changed as often as dp.Uivd, l-ut and dresses must given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published C'.-ery Wednesday in eight or more contains a. pi'nwiary of news of l lie week, localand district 1 year in advance -----'.H.JO 3 mniuh's in-adv.iuca ...060. ti months in advance THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Medicine UJI.Xovtlmm ,t .HooK J.C.- Kobert-_ j --Cranbropk. rB._ son A; ii is 10 know tluri u1 plans 1er Ihe I.ethb'idMe post of- fice have h'eil the "sketch" slopping of work on Hay Hallway luiiiiificant. Ii Hill mid Dan, intimate friends ot'lin and Humor's pull, down (lie Must Reform First lU-i'oiv Hit1 officers talk o or.srription. thoy lietter nrniove 'ltui) o! tile ntnii Hie (if tlio or cl-sc the JH-O- 'le of This country lei-iiic inilitia iin licfofu they will t'O'iisid-'i' oiisi-riptioii. Thnt Hebei't Case (Ottir.viL Citi7.cn. Con.) rold fart Is tiuri. j-o far NOT ONM' dld'ihe affect of-ihe tniO 'itself "in dis- appointing census returns iii Albert's.-towns, but post Of- fice receipts also 'Pll off. considerably. It meant that, '-the young men. and par- ticularly members of the building trades had to go io.the cities to find employment. They, went to Calgary and Vancouver. Tbis year ihe return journey started, and by next sprint; i iill southern towns will be nor- mal conditions again, ready for ilii? forward inarch. Unlike several States in tlie American I'nion, where there have been two and ibree -years of drouth hi sion. Southern Alberta Drouth Effects Vanishing [lof.'suffer so .yre ihpre ,-nver the dry year rf thi1 farmers show en- terprise, ".in uiitster.lng the principles of .dTyfarmiiiir. 'The. Cnmpbeil principles ;are isow well .established fnctors.in successful farming, and apply ro fully SO per ce Tli of Canada are concerned. here should no( exist any room for r.nimuMii. jjoi.-mii- iiair-splitting ;is wnetht-r any deicriptioti of mar- :gu contracted in faith is Icpal illegal. 1; yhotiln be clearly sor forth in the laws or Canada fiiianclajly. [rnnstitutes a legal marriage, not only Qiitlii't1. hut in every part of tjie r The Care of Drunks (ICdinonion Bulletin.1 chief oi' police suggests the nf an infimiiiry where (h-unk- of the agricultural lamlfi ot llio 01, in from world. There has been a disposition jm.iy bp mitl! lhe of thp spive and Tiie desire to nrtfiona it have paused off. It should be done. I only one year. The country will next 'fall. Alberta in the pas.t to resent t but -that prejn- is -'iist pas-sin.E away, iris fjini- estiy 10 be hoped thai farmers of Southern Alberta will take full ail- vantage of the immense privilege which will be theirs in unending the U'orld's Dry-Farming Congress ai The Repudiation of the McNamaras ORGANIXKD LABOEt is losing no strnnge-i? seems that, in spite of its j time in showing its repulsion experiences., human beings UK slow i io the deed of the MrXamaras. in learning wisdom. In the creation of; It r nn in-, ome -ort of reparation -lekyl and Jlr, Hyde. Robert honisj nil uc mis of he Los-Angeles gavc.'lo the wprld rojilie by the resolution of the C'en- jyet true conc-eptton of some r-ij Labor [Tnion of Brnoklyji to hand f units. History teems wfth insiances over the foi- the land (lie names of many may be jecsll- defenee of the Mc.Vamaraa, to the re-led. Notably (here eomes (o our mind Ic, ne of the ihe figure of that lumoiis hm-s'lar. rij- e Her and a sympathetic Charles Peace, who led the twofold i r- h i ill commend irself to life of u peaceful violin player, fii'i- i weird of its he To lock a hi" the ceils ovpr- isighi, then fnie him and tiivn him wi-.li a w.'Mrling head and shak- ing nerves aiid a generally (It-ranged condition of the facm-iies, ..Is noi a good way to make Iflm stop gyi-'itig 'drniiji. After such treatment the chances are that if He has enough money left iu1 will turn tip njiain ani- ong the "dniuk ami disoiderly" nexv to be ?old. knowing that, some men drunk and make nuisances of themselves, the city ought to boar Ihe of ovir ef.'ects upon the nm'or'iinate individual who gfits dmiirc. and of abating ihe nuis- ance, his setting dnmk is to ibe be- having section of the This moans (bat the. average profit of the lines of tin- CM'.U. Is somowhere and per font., on the I'lasiern 'iine (he profit certainly