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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta SI, THE DAILY HJSKALD July LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., tv.nlno at lit Albirtl, Cm. Blwctor and Edltw, PHONE: Sdltorlal, Heportorfaj, Ntws I-1224- PHONE: Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION 1 rear, delivered..... M.M I months, delivered 1 month, delivered.......15s ir.'by c uoatbs, by s months, red. but both aew snd old Aadressee as often as must I WEEKLY, HERALD Published every Wednesday In more pafes, and contains a summary ot the news o! the Uxal and district 1 jear In advance ....11.50 j ajonttn, in j THE DAIUY HERALD FPR SALE AT Cranbrook, B .Uchlson. L. Helnaclie. Grjisy Tllgnam. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vansouver, B. C. World ,Wide'News Co. Brown running night and day is going to happen .wtoeir the ;l9U'crop Is harvested nnd thrown on be made to. handle it to the 'best ad- (the'tnarhet? U looks as thoilgfr'tliere I vantage for the producer. What bet- was plenti of room for another fivoj ter nav could possibly be found than huudicd barrel mill here if not for to turn this wheat into which or thiee Jjie Board oE There is ,and have even invaded the East erh markets 'successfully. Besides the Canadian markets, theie has been built up in the Orient, a market which will and there is sun why Alherta should not, within the next decade, become one of the greatest flour manufacturing centres on the continent. Wheat of the very -best 'quality, which has become fam- wherever the name of Alberta -.Red be; almost-unlimited, .reason under the will 'find a ready sale In any part of th'e world, and thus at home the valuable by-products, the bran and shorts? This will answer one of the arguments against ad- vanced ;by R.L. Borden, who stated here. that Canadian wheat would go to the United States millers, and Ca- nada would thus lose the by-products eo-necewary.-to mixed farming, There is every reason to believe will soon Tie in a position to 'consume a'great deal of. the wheat produced, by turning it into the fin iahed- product, that Is done there will not only be a market for Canadian-.; .wheat right at home but there' an .outside market created "for -Canadian, flour which has already favor, among coneum ers.evQrywhpre on account of. ita ex cellent qualih. Tell the Railway Commission About it ONCE MORE the matter of the ur gent necesbitv the early con struction of the Lethbrldge- of the C, P..H. has be'en to our minds by the reports of the crop prospect a long "the proposed route of'tliis road. ago the C. P. R. sent out an expert to report on the settlement a: long the route, but to date 'his report has not toeen jnade public. 'However, w-hatever may have been his finding th'ere Is no getting away from the fact ;thai. the country affected needs rail- Way connections, and needs them bad- If: When districts, which were pracr tlcalh unheaid of a iear ago are this year producing over fifty thane ind of grain, some indication' of the nature of the settlement and '.style of farming being done can he ob- tained, and with indications pointing to the trebling ;of the area under crop next year, it practically abolishes ev ery excuse -which the C. ;P. R. might advance "for-not undertaking the con? structionvof the.-line The -line >ould be a paying one the C P R.'loiQws bhia, every effbrf Jt at once- They have bad the charter.for the line long en- ough now to "preclude excuse for further-1 in'cbmmpn fair': the people who make the .build ing of the line possible, that is to the farmers who have gone into the coun try-along the route of the line, and staked their all on the promise that the road wtitild he built shortly, the authorities of the company should see to'it-that transportation facilities are .The failure to have the line handle.this year's crop means that these Skiers v.ill ne put to the hardship of hauling their grain distances up" to sixty miles to find a market, thus incurring expense which Is almost prohibitive to the nev, set looks like a matter which the Hallway Commission might well in quire intot ana if no action is taken by the C. before the Commission 'Bits-at Kipp on September 7, the far- mers should1 matter up with a view to getting redress m this case, and thus make for the o( like, situations in other parts of the West The matter of transportation .-facilities-Mr-one which vitally affects the growth.of the West, and if such Delays in building -lines for which charters' have been are 'brought to "the attention of the there ia, no .doubt that some will he found to a re- petition in other .places OUR OF VIEW 9ee Ely fly. Bpud the weeds. Boost for the tothbridge Fair. Make 'Lethbridge a spotless; town. Cpronation, Day .ill over again at the tho good work of .seoiirlng- reciprocity proceed, t Saskatchewan needs' is HaulUifn'ii policy, not "What the Tory macklnc orders." Reports of -heary winds .will soon Ike eomlng" from Ontario Parliament i on: the JSt.h.' Socialist i.ujnr pleads Tof He m.y get' he' br Job Iff. 3ordmi will rind the wenther WtUws atxiut u hot as some of the Onserriilve grain sro-jrers feel over hU cteclsi-atfon against reciprocity Tie says Rev.'fflr Clifford In on Grit, Sure, thats wh: he Is fighting on behalf of-the common' people, Le'tMrldji.-Fair .on the same as Toronto EihibUon. They'sre bothw going to feature Cor onatiort pictures issue'of thfr new Canadian one created ss much en citement in Eastern Canada as a dc partment honesty .prevented him feeing elected an honorirr officer Baskjitchesisi! Cpn'serjsthe As sodallon Jpllp sHfrron is" to the Liberals speech es In'llje rtdlnm didn't change flit sentiment on reclpioclty, Glsresholm Is going to a creanisry, .Every town and vlllsce In Iho south ought to have one, lou. They will oiicDurago inlscil -f.irinliift Knglntid has jtono idlif; enough with- -.out a'SIr Wallor 'liulolgh. so Kins 'Ueoi'so has civalcd n now one, Willor Hnk'lich, jirofeasor ol' IJuellKli Ilicra- turo at Oxford, havinj; been Competition counts. Toronto's iiiun icIlMl electric, light phint has forced n private company' to reduce Its rules 40 per cent. Think ot Hint. What u huge profit the private coiu'oni must havo been malting In tllu past. It vvas so hot in Toronto a week ago Sunday that Sabbath observance ndvo cates would have willingly voted, if given the: opportunity, in favor of sell- ing Ice-cream and other cool stuff ev- ery Sunday in the year. firmly, "I've got to set buck to the of- flee, and ml editorial llftadeil 'Avoid llj'ii of. C'oiiiilns I'll bo Ijii-au', hour, lliuilgli, If you'll The Third 'Djserou U bad, But ju.our'lsiiininer vyoea wo Wo must Hilmlt hi lim'iits sii'J The w'or'se. The action of the Census ntiroau in recommending the re-taking of the census in Taber, shows thai us accur- ate a return as possible is desired by the Dominion government. They want everybody who has a right to be on the list, to be taken. li. would he n good stroke of husi- net-s yu ihe of the C: X. R. if it siarlcd building its Lethbridge-Jlary. field line from this cud. Then the peo pie along the proposed Woyburn route would show them tuiit they weren't lalhinp idly when they told the C. P. U. Hint they bad lois of business al- ready to warrant a railroad. There are now three "Right Honor- ables" amongst Labor leaders in Groat Britain. In the.King's Corona- tion .honors, Chas. Fenwlck, Labor M. P. for the Wansbeck division of Northumberland, was made a member of Ihe Privy Council. Two members had been honored on previous occa- sions. hat Qthers fhink Why thi 600 (Basaano News) Our new school is worthy o( a city of la.tiOO. Xow. wait till the city hail is built, and we'll look like something News to Manitoba (St.-Th'omas, Out., Times.) The eloquence of -T-. W. Crothers, .M. P. for West Elgin, is spreading con sternation among tho Liberais-and ad- vocates of reciprocity throughout Man itoha. i Braced a Few Tory (Nanton News.) f Mr. Borden's week had the effect of gingering uptthe old war horses ot his party .ajittle, ' did not influence any votes on the reciprocity issue. Nevertheless, the Hock love to hear ;the shepherd's voice ocasionally, and it is 'a good thing; for a man 'n MI Borden's IMS! tion to keep in touch with all are not always as green at they look. None, are so blind, 'as ttioie-who take too many eye-openers. when they have nothing to do some fellows can't do it well. all flatter ourselves that we have great powers of resistance: till we stack up against temptation. The man who never smiles inspires no more confidence than "the man who never wags his tail. The 'boy who says he would rather .jne his quarter to thp benighted heathen than the ball game will bear, watching. "Just par a Joke In-and Out (Dallas It's1 funny how some phrases of our -must They say a jnry's out when it's locked and bolted in. Shockirg {Dallas- News.) The prudish maiden on the vacht to the cibin tore, 'Oh, detr, she. saldr 're going to let the v easel hug the shore Theory and Prsttlce (Puck.) 'Have the news- paper man's contpanlons, on a rarely hot afternoon. said the newspaper man, (Lomfon Stuidaid Mr Spencer C Russell ot a meet ing of the PLOVBI Aletcorologica! Soc ieh, described'how he obtained re cords of tile actUil sire of rain drops. He-iald him to conclude thlt the most satisfac lory results were given ny the use of'plaster'ot pafis or fine flour placed in three-inch shallow trays to.a-tleptli of-one'and inches. Hatn drops thunderstorms had b'een registered, yielding u: total .of drops dluded up into tV follotr sizes: Twenty-five of 5 miliimetersi W of 4 millimeters, 4S of 3V millimet- ers 35 of 2 millimeters, and In of 1 millimeter. -The largest rtrqps oc- curred at the-commencement of the storm, grading off as the storm pro- gressed. Before a fair of hail I marked increase in drop ap-j parent. NEVER' GROWS OLD (Oakley, Kan., .Graphic.) There is one thing in the world that never grows too old to be pretti It retains the same beauty, and'.-sym- metry of form with age that charac- terized it in its youth. beautiful girl m uer teens it never 36 comes too old to be good squeezing. It takes no paint or powder" to erase the from its face, and the longer it anil fie better you become acquainted .the better you ttlll like it Men lie down and worship at Ihe "hrlne of its inimit able expression. It is always enter- tained as the most welcome gnest._ It Is a thing of beauty and a joy-for- e-ier it is imuersilly loied and le verenced in spite of tlie fact that it is man made and not a creation of God's handiwork. It a soothing and comforting effect and.has been.known to cure seemingly incurable dis- eases. H has occult properties equal to the Persian Magi. It is more pbw- crfu' simj'sn' ln at spiritualistic seances jt liter ally makes the "ghost walk." It is at once the most popular and the most despicable thing in the universe. It's a ten-dollar bill. Two Bargains THE TERRIER A- special .slue Rtylo Fen or Ink.Pencil. last 'f e are selling them at 'While 50c THE CAMEI, A first claaa Pemttln Pen, fitted with a gold nib and Cf equal ta anr II (0 pen on the market Special 9 For all that Is best In Prim and. Stationery go to the The Red Cross Drag and Book Co., Ltd.' PHONE THIRD AVI. SOUTH. Hero is tho opportunity i'or to'jfot a fine building site in tlic licart-of the prosperous Noj'l-h Wiu'd. We are offering for a short time only 25x125 ft. lots on Sixth Avenue close, to school, for each; 1-8 luiliincc on easy terms. You will have to act quick if you waul to get in on this snap. We arc also offering for a short time only, lols lOano" 11 in Block on Westminster for tho pair, Wo also have simps to offer in other, parts of'Uic city and before buying., 'j ilo not fail to look over our listings, certainly will mean.- money in your ppcket'to yon.. Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ofnin Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 129L EXPENSIVE? YES, BUT WEAR AT THE COROrViTIOn! Sons CLOTHES'. HOPE EUROPE WILL-LIKE 3f 50RS TO CALL WHEM WI RETURIS' WE WILL 81) SACK in WE SHALL BE COMVENTEO WITH M I MOTHER INSISTS I HAVE ,T BEST fCK T ITS THE HOTW1R TMOOCHT WU OTHe coeo MnTBE WE CAH QtT ASSISTANCE r THE OCCUBVtTS OF THAT, TEMT. ;