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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'afe 4. Thursday, July 4, LETHBRIDGE DAILY IITAH.IIHID DICEM1EB publl.h.d puill.hlng Co., Ltd., itftry 1 at Na .fdM, tlxth Strut, Alb.rU, lUOHANAn Managing W QUAYLE Adv.rtl.lna Managing idllor 4to4 v- Nt wa 1400 1 jear by mail 'ejmontiw (200 by month onin as both new. aid old must be FOR 1U4 Crow Midlclne M Northwu t Boofc Store; J G Rofce.uon CMnbrcek. B C -BwUle Co Jftckvou andra O. L. 8tore- Oltmond- Diamond City j Tounf Co.; R. W. Orus 8 World B D. L. Brown- A. Tibw 219-ftM Carditon Alberta A Book The Jaraleson 705 Riverside B.' Alio C. P. R. THE WEEKLY Published In or mor. pages arid a summaxi of the news of the week local and 1 year in S montha In advance 6 montha hi advance Protect the they tear the pavement all to lated to a certain wherever there is eren a slight on a given area. The lalltv having laid local city, engineer doubtless in should .provide for its the specificitions foi the 5ome eastern cities are having had in mind a cerrain weight roubles these days should carry when the pave- aeavy drays are going through Avas-'laid, The council won c pavement, which was to KulU well to pass regulations governing the traffic, on the streets, .The airy four or five tons on fo'ur 111 the wholesale and warehouse l 3ut some of the motor trucks' now shouldr be -heavier than in se for hauling brick, cement, stree s and of arry seven or eight or more heavy oads should be forbidden t is not uncommon to any bii't these streets equipped for leavy trucks golns Streets paved for wagon traf- ment Aud when, the 'wheels should not be called upon to .earn orrugated so as ''to -grip the cars. Message THERE BEEN, perhaps no more pathetic message consolation. "'Pile up all -'my -losses, they' are many and serous 1 b} a leaflar to his the. brave. old man.. "but g ban' that of the aged general ot at the mercies left me1 Though ahation Ami) Mr Booth in him will he possiblj lost the pleas on the calamity impending of beholding the light of day, ,the im m the possible total loss ot of- his -friends; and yesighl.' It-. Is a. of "being ahle to write or read, reated with a philosophic calm remains- that which- he' has not omposure, fitting well Js the assurance of .Ellis' ire of the founder of a great relations with1 his Maker, 01 orid-wide movement. There is confidence .and love of his own tterness nor railing at a. cniel people Ia iersf.e. but rather the weighing sympathy, of the whole world w eneflts and ills with a go out to General Booth eight on the former affliction But his message In spite of the coming affliction go 'out doing its great share in S inera encourages hiB people to tendencj to help In the allev ation ai ock in times of trouble of both the jniaenes of others which has edit and the debit side of the the essence of that m ssion human life. It is a process mankind which has made the name "nghth must bring a cer of Booth Farmers Should Change Methods EGGS FROM CHINA onions Ia7iness It requires labor and Egvpt and Australia potatoes from New Bruniwick to grow vegetables, to raise rh poultrj or keep dairy cattle Gram ton in (o ropipsout Hie citj in Peoples'. Shield competition us tho Democrats had In. Kottlng the. right cundldHlG at Baltimore. AlmosL every city hi Western Can- came nobly lo the relief of the sufferers in Hegiiia. of (he three-provinces" saw fit to ton- dor aid. They did not' wait to see If It was need-ed. The very fact that 100 homes were demolished was sufficient proof without, waiting for. the very busy mayor of Keglna to speak. Let the people of Ltiihbridge study the question'of taking more into the limits, and make nil objec- tions now. Too often these objec- tions nra left until too lute, and then j the anvil gang gets busy making the sparks fly when-it Is no use. It is a big question, and should .'be, closely considered before the final .step is taken. ti. There' ftf dlslifct dow t of ed Is It folds of no height Inter (o feet high, tiM'tti infc out It la poiiiUatod the bo buiioli of boosters to (lay's journey. Lucky Strike .Is' they cull the Since McBrlde In .Calgary tho Tory press is sprea lug Itself hi an endeavor to people that the naval Is out. of politics In That Is a vary' poor excuse. Uln Cnnada's naval policy Is fonmilaSi by the Dominion government lt> nothing a question ot.-pur politics. If It .Ms to be agreeable all parties In Canada It must be.fou( out as.'a straight. Issue. Tha' goveiniucnt Its and irjinit to put a WLOI construction the naial quoBllc simpjy to..fdoltthe, people'. They'd Wear Anything Now (Chicago Tribune) If the bandamm is to be worn abo necks of T, R. fans, it is sugge: ed by J. H. L, that a dog collar b worn by Champ Clark's admirers. Conference of Hai-Beens (Ottawa Free Press) Certainly it would be -a convers tion fit for-the ear of the gods hear Roosevelt, Diaz. Manuel of Po tugai and our owu Capt. M. .Berate talking it over. Nelion's (Nelson News) Fig trees nfe being introduced i Xelsoh. Their successful cultivatio is about nil that is necessary to mah this to be the original garden of Edei L. Ditty (Winnipeg Free Song by Hon. L. P. pelletier aftc i busy day with the axe 'One soothing thought Comes >to me o'er-and o'er, I've .Grits today, .Than The ImpQipitible Achieved (Hamilton Hera id i What the late Johnson lab ored to establish in Cleveland, and hat his eneitiies declared to be im three cent street car no'.w? an established'institu ion In Cleveland. Tlie-latest repor ubmirted street railway dl raptors show s a surplus of 00( or Ma> It 15 clear, that the three cent fjue is uractic able Manitoba cheese from Ontario and ;other provisions from all parts of the world is a statement of fact of which the farmers of Alberta should be ashamed. With a climate and euitable to -the production of all these i things, the people of this province 150 to, the expense of.bringing-them from the uttermost of the earth. It IB an extravagance of which the peo- ple should be.guilty. 'Yet it haa to borne 'because those who ofwn. and operate the land of this province do not produce enough of these articles to supply the local demand. It can- upt Western people haie a'lean ring that way Nuf acd Ti will ulnr attention dpwn Las Vegan 'oday But It won't this Uinp, a Imply son ind com- ing together. The1 council was quite coirect, in the proposition to.'aiW a police matron'--to the' department. That time will-come, but it is not yet. If the subdivisions clone to Lctli- brldge are made aluable bv their proximity .to It.looks, like good businesfl to get them where 'he) would ;hivs to help to pay the shot." (he circuses for com- and faking away the inoneji That is their btisij A new license bvlaw is the onlf, way to handle that question Football fans firtethbrlil'ge Ing as hard a time choosing Man's Servant arid -Master (Regina Leadei) JIan lays..tribute, upon the earth 'ant ik-ss from (t ilches scans It ith steel that he ccme nd go is he desires The' plnd does im service and he passes over the reat waters. .He harnessea itfie rivers nd makes them do hie bidding He makes nature Jiii servant. Through power of mind he makes ie works of his hands wonderful real agencies to the un thinking and the weakling doe} it fail to come. "Just por_a_ To fa" Tit for Tat 'The late John Arbuckle. 'Cofft King said n coffee bro! er, "was very charitable, but he ni ministered, his charity with rare del cacy 'Coffee King Arbuckle' used to a sert that 'the poor were as- sensUIv ns the and he would llluatrat this assertion'.with nn apt anecdot 'One of his anecdotes 'was about rich wonuui who, -while calling on poor woman in a slum, said: 'Does your husband said the slum- woman quietly, "does -'.Yori Tri-bune. lan't Watch" T. R. and W. VJ. B.V Too Jmeuile Judge Ben B Lind seyieft for Oyster Bay .to confec'wlt] Colonel Rob'ieVelt' regarding- (he -me morial to 'the national Republican con ention passed at a recent Republican .cpuvention here, which elected a protesting H. net William J.v Bryan here befon en v ing; 'T have been'following fa'oth yo'u ant Colonel; Roosevelt for- many said'to-the'Nebraskan, replied Ifr Bnan if jot keep it up. much, longer you are sure or -become Col Hspatc'h. Jot anVthe Weather A Richmond woman has in "lier, em a colored cqaL has ipanaged o break .nearly of ai tele that.the hatisebpld contains Th ilstress iiailence" reached 'Us limit ocentlj when she discovered that he duakj sen itor had broken the tiermometer that hung on the house orch. 'Wei! well, of the ouse in a resigned way jou'ie managed rto brea the lermometer, haven't t _ The maid replie' a aigned Yessum and now we'll ave to take de weather ilat as U imes, won't he Importance of Author An author is one of orks of God. Full of icked with genius and envied by- all gees tuiiugh a thing of iportance BelascoJ the-the rical producer is the onlj person ho.does not in of the wrije To Mr elasco an author is about as im jrtant is a piece, of furniture The first week of the production of Case m written Ed ird Locke, gave A supper afUr the per everybody connected with e plaj One of the guests was ilph A Graves, a rtiamatlc critic The author in late and did not itice that a seat- had been preserved r him at the table. who id talking .to Graves, -pointed seat and said: 'There is the place we have aaved for you, Sir.----- :He ended the sentence, with a mum- ble and turned to Craves the im .patient remark: "You'-know I can -of that fellow's ;namc." There's Safety In Knowledge Don't nse aii> medicine unless j on 01 your druggist knows it Since you iniist on PURE FOOD when you arc in perfect health, surely it fs: reasonable that 'you. should- imiiat on PUBE MEDICINE whei >ou, or any member of jour fHmilj are ailing That 3 oui reason for recommending; Nyal's Family Remedies We exuctiy oich and oven one contains It In no secret ,ind we wllllnglv give you a booklet containing thf rormulR of ever) Nval I'rcpiratlon Red Crow Drug Book Co. Ltd. 3rd AVMIIM S. Here are three good ones Four Lots Just south ol Hen- derson Park. A snap Kadi" rlYtnis Unsy Two Lots In Queen Victoria Aval CM, and olcclnu lights. A snap .11425.00 each bliort time only. Four Lots On 14th St., goilllir'facing" a Rplondid site [or three :good UOU3C8. Cau be hud .for i r EASY TERMS Freeman MacLeod Co. Dominion Block Phone 1212 THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE i ,t Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.CL. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Several Excellent Investments Choice Building Sites ..Block 130, ,lots Ml ,011 6th Ave car line JboO for cor ners; inside .S600. Lots 12. 13. 14, 15 line facing onst 5500 each 29 30j 31 32 12a feer frontage on fith Ave.': car line, J2500 for the four. all tlie above one third cash, balance in 6 and 12 Jnterest -at: per cent. Hail Insurance M e represent the Cana dum Indemint-v "of Win nipeg, a is and -able to pay Get nor ratci and; full be ifore placing jour business 7 I Remember V> e are the sole agents for the C P R Prop erties ;md.'ag Biicji; you absolutely the belt buyt in anv part of the citj Be foie making any "it is certainli worth your while to see our list of city proper- ties and farm lands LOWEST EASIEST Wilson Skeith WON6V TO LOAN 't s INSURANCES OF ALt KINDS NEGOTIATED WITH RELIABLE INSUS ANOE OFFICES Opp- Alexandra Hotel C. P. R. Agents Phone 1343 [mplnyment SEE Harris Olson If you require help or if you look- ing'for work. BEGIN Phone