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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta mw Jol> permanently, DA1L1PHERALD THE HERALD Monday, July, ilccj, 1911 1 jttr, tellT.mil. i year, by mall. iS'JJSKS! i Biontli, delivered Id otoctba, DT null clifinjEta SB often as fcctnd, but both aud old WEEKLY HERALD PuMUhed ererr n eilneiday In elf bt or more and coutalni lumraar; o( of'tie. west and district 1 in C Jsoatbfc l Drug A Book Slore, J. Co.. Jackson A 'Alexandra Hotel, Drug Stora. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Plncher D. M'eC'rda. Taber-r-WesUake.Broi. 'Drug- 4f Book Co. Fernie, B. C.--Percy BoaL M.f? I in THE DAILY HERALD FOK SALE AT Cranbrook, 8. C Relneckt. vGrawy Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, B. 0' WoTId Brown 219. Alto eh :all C. P. R. Ml A 1) C Hlaiiclmrrl Thoro U lot. of 'uniting fui him (o do, am ltsts lioijfti tfmt no furthot wli Ontario fanners soil their how for fil.v- cents a pound live wotglit, and ii they liny nny of it nuulo Into 'bacon (hey pay twenty-four' cents' n' pound the records of (ho incut HJickors slioiv that they' have during the past several years made profits of from 5? to 120 per cent. These virv facta brought out in evidence during 'the In- vestigation hold lust year. This is why the puckers object to reciprocity, which will enable the farmers to sell their hogs for a higher price Tlifs weather is fine for the weeds as the Tlie's 'o's of thorn growing in the" city, and those whose duty it is should .lose no op- portunity when the; ground is Ary en- ough to get busy to cut them down .or spud "them cut.. Not only have the individual citizens a lot of this work to do, but the city as a municipality has no small task on its hands. The boulevards, many, them, are ered with weeds, and jnany others have dandelions and "other weeds start ng. The example for the citizens to follow'In this mat ter. Laurier in London THE TOm PRESS has Ined to maKo oat that Sir Wilfrid "Laur 1 maKo v ier has been discredited in Bri tain as a result of his position-taken sat the Imperial Coufeience on thy -Various issues that came discus But the spontaneous expression the opinions of both the classes and rtfie masses in England utterly discredi (its "these statements. Sir Wjlfricl Laurier stands as the most pic figure in Imperial 'Hflls a hero in the eyes populace, who cheeredrhim to vtJio echo as he rode along the streets 'or London On the other hand King 'George has his approval and] esteem of Sir Wilfrid by showing him kindness'anil favors'.: The members ot the linpenal council al most invariably agreed with his wish- every'question after he spoko-he' ha3 a. majority with him. -Tins-was not because of his silver Conference was not ii time ;of passionate oratory, but it was because these'keen men, the rul- ers "of'nations, had respect for the judgment 'and confidence in the' mo- tive of fhe .Canadian prime minister. Ktnjfj.'iind people, statesmen and no- all and respect him) and Canada-has-every, reason to be proud, of its. prime minister. Pull Off Perfey (Magrath Pioneer.) It would be ;stunt on the part of .Mr. .rembvp the man Perloy, .and substitute Aa Canadian sdool.boy in his-steqd. f-His nonBou-j slcal prattle, and' feebly presented, carries no. .weight Lord 'Retirement T _THE Dominion ,djnner given in London bj Lord Strathcona Canadian Lord Sir mnd "Laur ler made the announcement that the aged commissioner had asked to be relieved of his duties, and that the din ner they were at would probably be the last of presided over by Lord Strathcona. Canadians eVecy- -where deeply regret the necessity of. the retirement of Lord Strathcona, as" it is stated his physician has or- dered him to relinquish the.heavy dut- ies connected with this most import- >rit office. For fifteen years he has j been Canada s official representative) in Britain, and the way he has per- formed these duties, both In commer- cial, political and social endeared him to all Britons, and has increased the respect and veneration Tshlch he has been held Can adiani-and .Britishers. His well-known keen business acumen has aided much In bptterlnj- the commercial relations between .Canada and the-Motherland .He has.beeaia diplomat of the highest clags, and -his, simple dignity and good sense'.bate enabled him.-to 'carry out the-social duties o! his office in a'wa> favorite enter- of thr T mied Kingdom In spite ot bis great age, he has had te marfeable strength and.energy. vFdr years predictions of his earh retire ment'have-beeh made, and it is with deep'jregret ,that at last the official announcement of his retirement heard He has been the ideal man for his position, ami he will hold a high place1 in the history of the growth and development of the intimate leUtions existing; between Great Britain anil Its' greatest 'stater nation in the'Em- pire Judgment Bad (Magrath-Pioneer.) Xo one Questions -the> honesty of heart of Mr. Borden, :bu.t there are a few who doubt his judgment. Every one admnes his frankness in speak ing of public affairs. wald ;hU .friend, waking tip frpin n revorlq In wJiich he hud been gutslng, abstractedly-at Hie ulilny ex- patise of 'Hen's skating rink for.files, 'is, there nothing you could do fo your baldness9' the- way.-Is only fcrt he with Fifteen years ago 1 was court hi. strong, and I tried lots o' things. LHi about that t' __Prince a .you t open t1 now hospital, and as soon a 1 saw..him llfUn'- his hat to t' crowd Hen, my canst give it'up job. and SHVO thy brass. If the: wig owt 'at-.'ud cure a baUUiald the: d ha1 cured UJR, >Here'la a story'which ex-Secretary >f Dickinson (ells of how a col man nlanned to savo mones I'hen his brother died. Tho dark) vent to: the station agent In hUMIt le town, which was about 150 mile'is rorn Memphis, Tenn., and asked-B innly "Boss, how much is it to fetch corpse from hyeh'fo The agent told him. "Well, boss, how much is it to fetch a corpse on a round trip from heyh to Memphis9" This was also given, tho agent added: "I never heard of carrying a'corpse on a round trip." you see, it's dis a- explained the darky. "Dis hyuh corpse is my bruvver, an' we got a lot of. kln-folks'up in All dem kin-folks, come down hyuh :.to look at de corpse, an' dey-would jes1 me outen" house an1 I thought I'd save money by fethchin? dis corpse an' tnko a look at him: -Den T could bring him hack an' bury him quiet and peaceful.' The Scalllen Is (Toronto Globe.) News: "The Globe 'says that, at Brandon Mr, Bordeh's "difficulties begun with a large delegation "of Man- itoba giain growers, for whom Mr J W Srallion, as good a Consenathe PUZZLES FOR PROTECTIONISTS i (F. J. Dixoii iu Winnipeg Tribune) Is it disloyal to ride in automobiles made in'the United States'' Is it disloyal -to wave tiags made oB cotton grown io..the United Is it disloyal to smoke im-norted to drink imported Mr. Herron's Curious Statements MR HERRON" made a statement rather curiodalj corded do claring that he, would as an attitude ,of reserve." This Is. a -sentence taken .from1 the .report of the tMacIeod Borden meeting sent by. its special representative to tho Toronto In MOTV of Mr Her that he reciprocity his "curious, 1) Horded" statement that he would. attitude subject, Is decidedly curious. He ap- parently Jhiiiks that the sentiment of his constituents is changing, and he ha'a climbed back on the fence.to wait to see. which way to "jump. According to the News' another curiously word- ed atatemerit when claimed that Borden Is more in svmpathy .'Che: Western people frid.Laurier.. It would be- Interesting to know where Mr. Herron got thta in- formation. The insistent .demand made the people of the West that Mr Borden support reciprocity which he aajs he is opposed would indicate that he is 'much out of. sjmpath} with the West ern Sir Wilfrid Laurier's staunch of the pact woulr Indicate beyond a doubt that he In favor of'wbat thp Western people want Mr Bpiden, it Is true, has an nounced himself In of ceitam other things asked for hj the pco pie or the piairie proMnces, but reel procjU the great Ih? one on which the sentiment of the people is most stiongh express Laurier, too, has shown himself in .ivmpathy the Western senti ment in supporting the Grain Bill, the building of the Hudson s Bay and other matters The Western people want a reduction of the tariff Laurier ia prepared to gi this, Borden not lhat, In brief, ihowi where thp avmpathy lies Mi Boideu himself, acted snokesman 1 h'e Xews Tnfoi ination batui daj is that Mr Scallion calls himself an At the head' ol Independent, but that he fast' a Conservative-.vote 'in his'life." A wire to the Gramgronerg1 Guide at Winnipeg, brings the information that is a'staiihcli Conserva- tue, but places punciple par Is it .disloyal! wines' is the of_Jrt mn'peg dislojal bf cause its stieC't cJpanmg machjoes aie made in the United States' Tliese questions aiose in my mind aftei watching the proceebion uhlch greeted R Winnipeg last Pick Your Till. (Toronto Telegiam Cheer up This country mil soon e a7 v anetles of titles You be A G.C.II.O; OUR POINT OF VIEW Swat the ttJ' Make Lethforldge a spotless town. The weather Sot .the with' him. mftn seems to have Rain has become a .A man is foolish to let any-ot his property go lip for sale because tho taxesvare.not paid. If: those whose property IB advertised to he soid'next b> iMsrsntent attacks made on him TJie party hopes Jo defeat the Liberal pmtv hj dis crediting LaiiHer as an anti Imperial 1st, .Nationalist! attack him for belng'too Impeiinlfsfic But in both it Is.lauj-ierinho bears tho li.imt of the attack' 1 j i past month is terv, and it as thou jh llie cltr 'mre going are wise, tliej will get strike its regular-stride a donee i the somohow and up Tho lot of people intend to build as soon lota will be valuable The council should get tho lanes.-In't-heVbuslness part of the city lighted V-tthout rtela> Thefip dark nights the police nre absolutely at the who innv IB a police of upon notne storo or bffice vrMtneif or Laurier ifl, abown aL' their These ra'aa and splendid ciet) -proa as a tonic t J to sea reconciled. Thej aigue that the slight 'reduc- tion in the tariff embodied in the cipiocitv iwct is too small to benef the. farmer, and' say a greater redur tion on farm implements, is. necegsarv I. believe it IE.. -But if. a, small redui tion would lead to .annexation, wha ill .a greater reduction Agajn, :our friends Bay that' if thi i3ct goes into effect, the channels" c tiade will be tuined anet in such a position that the flics will It. SAFE _ SURE One part 'Will iait .entire season. ECONOMICAL For sale ,9nly. at The Red Crow Drag and Book Co., Ltd. PHONE 555. T. H, McCREADV, MGR. THIRD AVE SOUTH. derive very little benefit from freer trade until we get real free trade, which means the" abolition of upon-labor andlhe products of labor. When" these taxes are abolished If will be neressan to om revenue by the taxation of land values. Then we will haye rea] free trade and enjoy 'its'benefits. Meanwhile I would like to see some to unravel skein of- the anti leciprocitj argument mentioned in this letter. THE OLD PLACE (Denver Republican.) remember, I remember "The farm where I was-horn No auljK chugged No chauffeur, honked.a horn ,We nexer joiirnejed townward And the summer heat Toitee, Hke modern farmers, An .aviation meet. I remember, I remember The farmhouse, old and gray, It wasn't'called a bungalow Like moit. such things'today, No architect hadvplanned It To cost R thousand score And run the extras into Some seven thousand'more. I remember, I remember The orchard1 ori the-hill; No golfers chased, Hke demons, A'gutta-percha pill No was sounding well'iir the 'Oh, 'dreadfully- old-faahioned Was the farm where I was ihorn. A special meeting of Grain Belt Un ion was he'd on Jlaj 30, to receive the rsHigDttjjontOf the- secretary-treasurer, as be is goinR auaj for some time This waB'rpcened with i egret and Chris Johnson, of Gianum, was elected in Ins place A good deal of other woik also attended am vong otKera a carload of bindei twine heing ordered, lo croo condf at a later date NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY FOR 1911 We just received fiom the pub Ifahprs, McKjm Limned, of Mont- real and Toionto, a copj of the 1911 edition of the Canadian A'owspaper Direct orv This IB the seventh edition of fins valuable work which fills a veiv real "ac-d in Canada and deserves a p'ace on the desk of everj business man, whether he is an advertfsei or not' Newspaper Direttoiy and describes periodicals in Canada and Newfoundland Of these Hfi are daiij, 1102 or semi- wcekh. 2h5 monthly or aemi monthlj, and published less J'his is a considerable increase over ,the last edition. 4. In addition to this, the' directory sqppiies a Gazetten guing the population, the chief tries, the telegraph, and ing facilities and other teaturea of newspaper tpvn and Milage in Canada This work contains oier 475 It is bound and is certain- Ij a credit alike to the publisberi and to Canarhin newepapers generajly A McKlm, Limited, are particularly well qualified to edit and publish thig, the standard book of reference on Canadian publications They are the P'oneeis in the advertising agency Held in the Dominion, the ,MeKim Asencj having been founded m real in 1889, twcah two ago, bv Mr Anson >McKim, vho is still at the head or the business During all this time-tbev have Uen Lhe acknowledged leaders in this line n Canada and the agoncj las been dovelooed from a %en anisll onlj Ihe functions of the middle a ver> large producing enterprise vlucn. runaI .into the II goes without saying that no ether agencj is in closer thepuh Hshers of the Dominion than McKim's and thev are therefore able to get the most reliable information.-. The pries of the 1911 dftectorj is J2 00 WITH THE FARMERS (Grain Growers' Guide.) regular meeting of Wost ridge .Union waa.held at.-T. Wat- very interesting matlerB were gone into. A letter was curt from Mi Moisc, of thp C1 p In to the siding v Inch is wing isked for Mi Moiac, slated ie would like to in eel a committee nd be taken the ground The having charge of this mat er.wat empowered (o it THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, CVO.LLD.DCL, PntslOENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER i CAPITAL, REST, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES branch of The Caindian Bsnk of Commetcc is cciiiippcd to issue draftl 0 the nnnupal cities in Hie following- roiuitncs without delay' t AfrtM t Crelo Ncu Arabia C M Ilolhnd Sotidnrt KepiiWic Iceland 1'anamt Switli Ireland IVni Str.iitt Scttletfienb v Jipin iVrtue-'T. na-fltmirary t. The Amount orihwf diiifts is staled in tllo nionuj oniiecoimlri llut 11 dnwn in sicriing-, frnnr-i, in lire, kioiUMi, d, cfo, -islhc rnsr m "1 liis cnsurci lli.tt aliioul mill thctcliiil amount intruded. Branch C G, K. Nourse. Mgr. ;