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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Januar 25.1011. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3. FAIRMONT: t The Industrial Sub-division Look into all classes oLiuvestments. Investigate as much O os you like. You will fail to find anything-that every thing considered, as attractive a buy as FAIRMONT. Come in and talk it over, .if 1 C. I F Representing: North American Life Assurance London Guarantee and Accident Cv Phoenix Assurance Co.. Ltd., of London. Edmonton, LETHBRIDGE, High River, Nanton, t. V >-i iv Modern houses, all sizes and in-all local- ities; easy cash pay incuts; long terms. See' us before buying1. j L. S. RIPLEY CO. PHOME 1014 OFFICE. MACDONALD BLOCK. AT LESS THAN MARKET PRICE 2 lots works, "The Twa Dogs." sets out idea strongly, along with other poems culminating in the grand independent! song- "A man's a man for a' that." Asaiii, in no other way 'Burns a'hundred years ahead of his more than in his castigation and in- sight into hypocrisy and cant. 11 would >'ar south the lift... j Dim .dark'ning thro' the flaky show'r j Or whirling drift. of mind than hi the eighteenth-cent- ury. "The Holy Friar" is a satire'oh customs since yet much This is, of. course, under- may be taken out of the satire appli- stood, and while Scotland has produc-, wil-ie to the present day, though ed iioets like Scott, greatest of roman-1 MUISt be bul feVi- nov.-adays whom i[ cists, and Campbell, whose bin tie j sermon coiuairihigMhe following There is, however, this difference, between- the weather of Canada and I th.at of Lowland Scotland, nliat in! Canada, ex ceo t for a' blizzard or ex-i ireme cold, the winter is enjoyable and is made so with many winter almost seem that manv s-uorts nnd recreations; but in1 Scot- days ,-u-e no further al-ead in'br-afiili eve" wore so in Burns' is. frosty visitation, while it pleased the.curlers, is consid- ered as bad weather by the people at large. Scotsmen in Alberta Un this 115th of January, therefore. Snaps in Good Lots each-3 Bom- pas, facing, nortli. v.anu. -i niOS. 0 per cent. each-2 lots "bk.120 each-o lots blk. 321 :faeing east on William St. 1650 2 lots, Out bill, close to London. A snap. 1950 each, 3 Jots, Glyn street, near Court land. ft. Ciit- si reel. Fin- est; building site in city. 3 lots, Gut- "bill: close in. 2 lots, Block 22: St.. fac- ing east, ea. must act quick. The Dowiley- McMfflanLandCo. 3rd and 7th St. A.-M. J, Mulhcrn AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Fire Co. Alliance Fire Insurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. N. Chrlttle, Notary Clcy, Houses For Rent mo.ntfu three room shack, :nCAvly papc'rod Close in. jiiontli. 0 rotuii house. 'Bnintoh St. (7th Avc.) month. T> room IICAV Wil- liam St.. (15th St.) montli. 6 room collate, full mod- ern. Eurdctr (8th montli, 6 rooms over store.' mort- em. EC dp nth, (3rd month. 6 room house, modern, on 'Brunton St. (7th Ave.) month. 5 room Juiiiga'Unv. mod- ern. Cut-bill Street St.) The Dowsley- McMillan Land Co. Sherlock Building TELEGRAPHIC DOTS Pieces are unequalled, both of whOTu are widely read, and whose are popular, and will remain ?or Ml time, yet Robert Burns, son.of tha soil, inspired genius, patriot nnd la.-c- ly; and of-most importance, the writer .6' the most beautiful love sousrs in picture would influence: A vast, mibottomed, boundless pit. I'illcd foil'o' lowing brunsrane, Where raghf flame.- und scorchii heat- melt the'hardest whunstaue; Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. A re f le th offering tor saJ cheapest lots on the market each situated north of the track 15 The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. the something apart, some-i The halt-asleep start up wi' fear, An" th'ink they hear it roarin'; When presently i? duos'appear' "I'was but s'Mur. neftbtir snorin' Asleep that day.. thing of an influence on a nation that is unheard of in other countries. Revive Old Memories So, on the 25tli of January, mayhap. many a Scot will take down the thumbed volume from the hook shelf and a perusal of the same will drive! away all anxieties and worries, audj old memories will be revived. I remember as a boy, my dearest re- lative telling me that v.-hen visiting --iisr.raljn, she was surprised to find a cousin, a sheen driver, frequently on long drives repeating i ha poem of Tain o" Shaiitcr. which seemed to give him cor.sidcnible satisfaction: and, ho "1 lie following two lines will always be applicable to any generation o! cnnreh-scc-rs: Scotsmen in Alberta, and in all parts of. the globe, will have a thought for trie memory of the National Bard, I ilie poet'of. Xaturc, whose songs h'uvo i by everyone whose tongue j is they not all J sung ''Aiild Lang: the "rhymiug hillie" of whom (Jarlyls .wrote some of! his finest lines: "With readers in general, with men of right'feeling any- wiiei'e, :ire not required to plead tor liurns. In pitying he- lies enshrined in .ill hearts, in a iftr nobler mausoleum "than one of marble: neither will his Works, ev- en as they are, pass away trom tlio memory of men. While the Shakes- Here some arc on their An" sonic upon their ckies. FAMILY SCANDALS BEING RAKED UP, Persons of High Life in! j London" Victims of Blackmailers London, -Inn'. London society is on the verge oi si panic as the result j w miblicaiion in Hie Timrs of at. i pea res ami Miltcms roll on like migJi rivers through the country of Thought i astounding 'ii'tirr to show] Dealing fleets of traffickers and as-'liow a woman of ccr-J There are many people to if skiuoiis pearl-fishers on .their WHVOE.J tain American ricwspaprrs has bs-cn! ttiOy couU: be: inauced to. 'listen, a little Fountain will also! bribing butlers at citation of "Holy Willie's Prayer" oitr eyes: for this al.so is of fasliiotiablc lo furnish her ought to do sood, to s: y nothing nf address to the Unco to the miiul "of p.nyScol the Kigiilly lines of the poet' will bring up j to the meraorv old, old davs, almost! u- -vo' wlia !irc sac yourscl- S2c pious and sae holy, Ve've noup.ht to do but mark and tell Vollr neebor's fauts and folly. lors'otten. Do you remember, old comrade, that (lav at. the Fulls o Hyde, or was it D not these lines remind of ir. vVhich :uldrpss CUf1s T.-5th lho no you. not seem to see before yon I Kranflesl of b.road-minded- evcr the green, flower-clad braes, rhc wini pling burn, and the roar of the catar- act, with tiic-hor.summer day and the! -nien siemlv scan clouds in the distance, which threaten ship, bursts from the earth, wiih a the liKht of day: nnd depths of iK current, int? often a vigorous this a lit) mi says, !ins 'spk-nrlidlv your brithcr man, I Still gentler sist-jr womnn: ho' they may gang a kennin' Now simmer blinks on llow'ry braes 5s llumai'1' o'er the crystal streamlet plays. come, let us the lightsome u ho Ulc "lis Itc alor'c in the birks of ne.irlc.iiy ran try Me knows each chord, its varsous LOarh its various JDerliuus with fragrant., spreading f' shawp. The birks of will the; Tilllts In.illls traveller turn aside to drink of clear waters, nnd muse i; rocks and J. K. It- hi' i: were- as slntcii in llir hui iavt-stJEalion by by Scoilan.'l Yard to indi- cate ilial ibis "is nui I ina; fisrnishri: fur un Arr.rrionn or n.'vvpnup.-r for ami uiU'ily usiMTUnuloiis Kani; oi NEW IOWA IDEA HITS SALOONS! Citizens Form Businesr- Associsticnj to FJght Liquor AGO 0 D MJY House ainl Two Lots .Oi5 KoiiiMl Street, terms House now rents for mouth. in The braes ascend like lofty The foamin? stream, -.leen roarin' done, partly may compute, -U. an. new move- ment has been jnnuguratfrt in tf> combat the liquor tmflic. a'tonting busiTiess n.ro t1; temperance rissociajinr-; v.-ith ample cajiiial, in of the larger riiios. and rii siSiiu.u; the of tltionp Iiv ihe saloons onsly carried forward. The idea original oil in of French, lliissiiui ami Hungarian it is certain, in the way of; literature, ran bring up to a Scotsman i As before stated a recitation of las? nnlumn. when the r.Dovc iioems benefit many of tno.-e peoi.Ic who. apparently satisfied pictures of the pastoral Of hU: rjK rertalnl.v cf thei; own cx. nauve land like many lines of ttoj lheir poet similar to those quoted. Burns i olice said. "Tiiore is scarcely Trhipernnce associnlion v.v..-- a ted for fifly of divided shares ki'p! srcrci ibis J! walk or hi: day. Prot. sged 10, XVRS drown- at while skating. A com- Tft? rescued in the nicX of Jewel, formerly of Orono, 's deart at Hatavia. N. Y. A St. John. X. B.. jury accjuitterf nine and disagreed as to TWO other do- t rentlints accused of roiting on Xew Year's Bvc. -Mrs. Henry Richards, of-Hartford. Vork county, is dead, aged M. I sidSTH X. Davis. James MitchslI, with the of others. earthiy object gives me don't j know "it I should call it pleasure, but! as a somethiiic which me, soir.n- i It douhted. if rould nhich enraptures vo! fomo to life today and become a home in the sheitorcd side of a wood i steader in Alberta, whether ho would ;h plantation, in a cloudy winter- fiecomr very wcaHriy. pncr- and beer H stocmy wind he was too much of n prrivor af- among the trees and ravin? o'er ih-e: rsr ideals to have The ambition io plain, ft if my best season for devo-i ?row" rirSl- In some of he tlon: my mind is wrapped up in a his natural bent. pompom? language or Scripture on the wings of the Many must, on reading this, remem-' Der this sound which an! impression on the poet: but it is r.r'. j A 'ijo.vc war Idly race ma ilrive. jundie. strercli Let me fair Xattire's (ace rloscriie, Ar.d I wi' pleas.'re. let the basy. hive their trerisure. T' Board of Trade. only on stormy winter 'hat it IR neard. for even on the houesi of sum- mer if a stroll is taker- throuzh rbe wooded s'sn by the stream, ihej rcor Burns, when he died, was thir- same soZt, stghinc; wind can be heard, j ty pounds in debt, about which ho war, gently Ptirrlne the leaves and passing] greatly concerned. H.V.T.V down the vallsy. cr.r.l nnly this effect he better heard thnn in the: sums of i of liouors. AJi consent' i pr-lltjoiis In town expire .hine unSe.--? renowrd be'orn then. In Waterloo, fho now -tetiiion pror.O'jr.ced insufficient the bnnrd- of hut an ajipeal vas ta- Ken by lirjuor to the dis'rirt r'i.tr: tvnore me is j ies which busitiofs men orpjiiiurd tfj oppose the saloon? nrr1 i Ues Moines. Odr-.r Rapids. I .MnrshaSKown. Mason Iowa CityJ Knrj Dodse nnd I The rbief characJerisf s of assoriarions are o' continuity of effort, and ir.-ovjsion of' rnncls TO earn on work. till- ill y, rfr-spiTair liuiil. I "p tn tiiVif have nof brrn Jurnnl any victims i il'.'.'tn To (io so Irttrr. rue :i rich har- rj: Iradrrs in ;irc kr.nwn ti> arr ia vic'iiia bold nin'ce or 310 7th St. South The Waddington- Stuekey Co. announce that they Di sal vert Partnership in the HAY, GRAIN AMD BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The business will be under the firm name of K. SliK'key Son, And by strict rittcr.tion TO hope in with the patronage old firm. n Hand Firework His income WOP! besides the small j ton. tailed ir, a stiii for hr sot for bis later sonsr? andi members or thf of OiiBdalK. at the Ilrao.F of IT .is only coTnmonpb.ee TO carnival r.omr.itfeo. J where the coppos-xl ot his serve how much money nas ainoe incorporated. Co.. of ITp.mil- i. brtn TELEGRAPHIC BFUEFS Kor bepTins hi? w.} Frr-ficrlfk scntet'.ord ;o in WolMnd jaii. The offLvi-s hard fight (Ilovor 'n-; aged BRIEF Hill, ird anoi'irr leo; a1 bru-K. i in iiv the r.-.tw. A. H. McCoic. I'., Tor Chatham P. canni- is (i! I'.MJ. Thf above sterns tn ho that is bcin? worked M" :n iho Chasham Liberal camp s Piauet, ;