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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD Wednesday, July 12.IMlj 'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i KMTAHlUt KD OKOKMIPICH by the LetMwMee Herald Publishing Co, "d.. everj lawful evenlna al lit cfflee, street, Can. W. A. Director end idltef. PHONCi Editorial, Mapertoriel, News Mvertlelng Circulation end Job DAILY SUiSCBIPTION ,_ir, dellTen4........M.OH I '8 months, delivered.....fl.te 1 month, I year, by f to nonlbt. by wail i luvuiK. UCIKCI.CU IddruiH chaugeq IE often u 4eelre4. but botb old dretici mini WEEKLY HBRALO Published every Wednesday In or wn nages. summary of newt ol the tad district 1 yew IB edvsneo ....ll.M I BoaUu. 4 Mgatki, ill Mnnct ....Ik f THE DAILY HERALD Croes Book Store, J. G. Robert. son Co.. t Uooe. Aleiandrs Hotel. People's Druf Store. Co.. B. w. Hamilton. Piiwh.r D. L. McCrea. Dros. Drug Book' Co. Fernlt. B. Beat FpltSALE AT Crenbrook, B. C.-BestUa Xtchlm. CUr.lholm-0. I; Koloecke. Grassy Tnibam.- Diamond Diamond City Drug Co. Msdlcln. mi-L-M-NorUianij Vancouver, B. C. World Wide Co Browa Brow 219 attend the Corona tion, but will endeavor to be present at the ae.tt one. Listen to Thlsl (Chicago Trihune.) Pardon the suggestion, but Is. not Mr Wolgast tbe moat remunerate e small Ad now attracting the notice of the public! Ought to do Rushing Business (Philadelphia Inquirer.) A hospital for the treatment of the ding habit is to be established at Lin coin, N'eb Bet it will >be overcrov, nedi with victims of old Dr. Brvan's politi- dope. An Ottawa Prophet (Stratford Beacon.) The Ottawa .Citizen -.predicts that ruining them. This free 'trade with the undeveloped northwest reduced the value of their to 1100, and forced them to maintain bank accounts, buy automobiles, and go over into Canada and buy more.land. .Yes, Indeed, they-suffer- ed horribly now it is all to he repeated, treaty with :Canada goes through No wonder the agri- cultural papers that have the 'best Interest of-the -farmers in .view' sit down on their tails and howl, ,and howl, and howl. "What the-fa'rmers of the States need Just now, is not protection j but Instruction They doift need pro- tection-from they-might be greatly benefttted by taking instruc tlon from Canada If the farmers of the United States are ever placed un- der'a handicap'Jn with .their 'brothers across the line, it will bo be- cause' the Canadians have become bet- ter learned, their 'busi- ness." i Prof. Campbell Is not a politician In any sense, but Is a practical farm- er, who bas made such a careful study of all problems pertaining to the farm er that he Is In great demand as a> lec- turer, and demonstrator. half a century hence heat such as we haie bee'n having lately will be put up in hot Bioiage warehouses and (le mered oy Ihe c.ibic foot meter tato duiing the winter months Well, ]ust as strange things have happened, par a Consolation (New York. Perhaps we melt, but never mind, In future, 'twill be heaven To boast 'about how hot we were The summer ot'11. Lick of Repose (Washington Star.) "Biggins la one of those people who hunt for trouble." "Yes. Can't keep his eyes off the thermometer." Too Much (Puck.) He plucked the dandelion and blew upon U. "She loves loves me not he muttered, Inanely. Now, the flower had suffered long and If, its .patience hereupon 'broke down under the strain, what wonder 'Oh, ask me about Schedule K, or something relatively claimed bitterly. OUR POINT OF, VIEW ..Boost tlie Fair! -Make a spotless town i 'A weed Is plant in the wrong place. Spud It. Tbe inmates of Lethbridgc.boarding houses are quite content to accepl tho satement that Letbbrlsfee grown aJe beet In tbe world, but they! can't prove It by ex- .Taber-has formed Boy ScotiU-pa- trol.--Probably-they will tie.able to track Ushyims now. We jot It laat year, and good old Ontario Is getting It thie year. What? Why taw, diyuUi. The Tomato It Much (Now York American) "Have you confeaeed all of youi aiked the preacher, solemnly "I guees I've about cleaned was the feeble retponee of the dying parishioner, "How about those fish stories you were so noted continued the pae tor'. "Were they all The sufferer's''face took'on a lool of. anguish and 4lagust. he muttered, "that's a mighty mean advantage to Lake el a lilu asaav A SUMMER STORM Campbell ut night Vsform fell on the world From heights ol drouth and hont. The surly olouits. for weeks furled, The air could only sway and. boat riie beetles clattered at the blind. The hawici fell twanging from the eky, I'he West unrolled a feathery wind, And the' night fell suddenly. The storm leaped roaring from'..Us Inlr. Like the shadow of doom. The polguard llghtnliii! searched air, Tho thunder ripped the shattered; gloom. The rain came down with a roar like flro. Full voiced and clamorous and. deep. Hie weary world had Its heart's de- sire And fell asleep. SIR WILFRID AN IMPOSING -FIGURE' I (T. P. O'Connor.) The most imposing figure at the Im- perial Conference was undoubtedly Sir Wilfrid Laurier. That remarkable man exercised the same'magnetic in- fluence over the people of England as he does over those, of his own country. The slight, alert figure, the long, thin, hatchet face, crowned with an aureole of beautiful white hair, tho adroitness -nd grace of 'speech, the courtliness of manner, the Impression of a French man walking.straight out of a portrait gallery in an old Eighteenth Century Drench chateau; and the language of a fervent loyalty to the British Hag. All these things fascinate and' even hypnotize the English people, and wherever, therefore, the Canadian 'rime Minister goes he stands out physically and from ev- erv other colonial. Hated by the Tories But though he thus extorts unlveri sal admiration peisonally, Sir Wilfrid __urier is tfot loved, politically by the Tories, and especially by the Tailff Reformers, as we call our protection- sts, tne reclprocitv, of which he Is he chief sponsor, in Canada, is hated ly them with a fervor, beside which even that of'the opponents of the reatv -in Canada itself Is tepid They jee no hopes in that treatv Their dea of the British Empire is that it hould be h'edged off from ever> oth er countrj In the woild by a wall of ariffs. and be united, in its parts by tariffs which give to each otlie- a preference over all other na- lons. Such a.i ideal is, in the Judg- ment o' all men of lioeral opinions n England, a false and disastrous one. An) such ideal no Liberal wilt consent to give" countenance. Tories Tlrading the Pact The Tories keep tirading at the re- ciprocity Ueaty Their oigans de- nounce It almost daily, and thev eag- crlv devour every speech which is an agonistic to it. This, however, is but one of the man} reasons -nhy the Tori es dislike Laurier politically They, regard him as .the great obstacle to the form of Imperialism which the.- advocate If Uiey were to speak their full minds, they uould demand that the Dominions he pledged to give tho full material, by which they mean mil ,Ury and naval support, to any poll-' cy ivhich the Mother Country might adopt. Of course, Laurier has steadily re every proposal which in any way threatened to even infringe upon the absolute self-government of Ca- and in that policy he has the support of most of the other colonial promleis, and of the Liberal leaders at home. Hero is the opportunity for n-workingman to got a fine building site in the heart of tiic prosperous North- Ward. We arc offering for a short time only 25x125 on Sixth Avonuo North, close to school, for each; 1-3 cash, balance on easy terms. Y.ou. will have to act quick if .you want to got in on this snap.." Wo are also offcr'mg-for a short-time only, lots 10 and 11 in Block 155; i ;i on Westminster Bond, at for the pair. We also have snaps to offer in other parts of the city and before buying do not fail to look over our listings, as it certainly will, mean money in your pocket Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Th< Standard Securities ------------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 THE GENTLE CYNIC (New York Times.) It takes pretty sharp tools for a man to carve out his own fortunes. One doesn't have to be particularly sharp to cut a figure in society. Many a man has been disappointed In love after he married the girl In the little matter al making fools prosperity can put it all over adver- sity. A man Is always eager to live up to his reputation, a woman to hen photographs. Confidence is that quality you oc- casionally see In an old bachelor at- tempting to amuse a baby. There are many different kinds of liars. Some men tell fish stories, and some rave about classical music. Some people arts to constituted that they positively make a vulgar display of their refinement. Some people are so Indolent, (hat when they'do begin anythtnf they ire too lazy to stop. New York Boclety'n ry 'began In a small war In Its 'jooks are. now contained ten itor- IH of sticks, In addition to several other rooms la its ;