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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LFTiTPKmpFy JUIXY I'Yiilay, July 14, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD D PuklllhM by th. H.rjld Publishing Co I.M tawflil wtnlng Iti offlc. UrMt Uthbrldji Alb.rt. Cm f W A M.nijint Director Editor Not i Dipt- 1224 PHONE AdvtrtUIng Circulation ami DAILY SUItCHIPTION HATM montbVdtllrtred. 1 dtMifMi 1 montli, .14.00 MM flM 1 year, by aull mootlii. bjr gitil. J >t otttm as OMlrwI. but bolt atid old air niust ut'givife; WEEKLY HERALD la ind ccHtalfil summary of the u'e'wi ot 1 year.IB iu mlviucn.....1M j Crou Drug t Book SI ore. J. G. Rotwrt- ion A. Co., t Cojja, Alexandra Hotel, Siors 4 Cu., n. W, Hamilton. Pinch.r D.-U MaCroa Droi. DruB A Book Co. Fernlt. B. BcaL THE DAILY HEHALD FOR SALE AT 4 Alchisoi. L. Griiiy Tucum. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Varicouvtr, E. C. World Wllie Co. 4 Brown 119' 4th St. Alio on: all C. P. R. Trains. sourlnu la-fore lie thrown anything iwtu -'Mi n If It In otih tiiriuob A Ms tawl torn Mill slioilh xiu 1m I in No (Up'1' mcd itio ilptii.ii tit.v Unlay and the clnMiB tomorrow a glorimiB time ihe small luivliix clays! It's almost us tii'assy Lake's weekly pajier In The Oazi'lle. It used to be The I'lloi lrnder llio netr it luukt'g 111- I tic- difference whiit the nanie of the Paper Is, fur It is a good newsy nheet and wifrlhy of Grasny Lake's liberal support iIn ihlnl dimension ItuMeud or t .'1 loallng n'ufladtilphla lolPKiaph) In a molor boat AVhere Ills idly float. Thp iMiBltie softly chtlgBlnn And. Jnul ,hot tt'ftpn mp and yon And, we would do. The shore he 'wasn't linjiHlnj, In the Grand Stand iChlrnjjo Trihilne.) The same hail bcRim, anil llie yo.nntf man wiio had uiken ilip pretty slri to the ball piirk ;h. At last 'II-began. 'llc'rherl." she said, "do yon Ihe late liolit. .Melshen was a sreai i down (wo man. lie was 1101 wrnpiied up in his of business interests so'llial he could 1101 j devo.ennv .Ulomion to problmn, ofj hfljlj io-the whole Dominion. Me shade-dtirkep ilmiriier hair IwMiiiHeri himself wish many public urguimHiiotis. and on traile (jut-stic he had' jind- was not backward in e.xpretisiuj; ihein.throiifih ihe press. CeonU; respected 'his opin- loii-i. fVt-n though they n-equonily dif- fei-LMl fiini. lit- was' a 'strong pKrialisi. ;tn.i an inh'oeate of tlie Ini- pertjiJ preiereniin] tiirtff. THE LETTER BOX THE COAL Tu the' Kditor of the STRIKE Heruld: must tlitiiik you for hsving, n Wednesday's issue ol your paperde i voted so miu-h of your vnluablp space Anthvw Seniple. P.. imervitMv j u) id'emcw which' was accorded ed ai asked as to to me t'.v your 1 VfiUnp in rural Ontario on reripiwiix to fnrtlier trespass uj said itmt his iiifqi'iiiation was ilttir good by request you tb (ho oppoituiuly (01 n woi kinsman lo a linr building site in the licail ol the pkdspeiolis, Noijli o .nHofleiing lor" a slioil limp L'5 It lots oji feixtli A Xortli, close to l, toi I -I! (ush, Inluuc on cn'sv tenris. You In ,ir I quick if -sou lo on this snap arc nlso oflmno loi a Mioil lunuonl> lots iu.ind 1 1 in HltfCk 155, on Hoiicl, al loi (lit VL f luucsnaps to oflci in ollici pa, K ol Ihe and bttoid buyiiiV do not lail lo look ou i 0111 hsl ings, is it Lul.imlj mean in villi lo Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phohe 1212 Intensive Fainung on Irrigated Land Conservaiive expectation of mak- gains would iiot )ie realixed. There has ftlways liyen a KMUIIK sire in rtinil Ontario tor better trade elations with the L'niie'd and to publish (his letter. The thorough, "impartiality ..with ttlikh (AI treated the dis pun which at piehent ills een the Western- Coal Operators' A I I'lil I II II lilt' L II11 Pit' OI8I HIM] mi- n f OICI II 1. lift I V.' 11U1 WH1 iholiln not li-ve a thic, -Then have alfalfa, one of our j ir a" ''lotion comes on this issue Association miners of.-.Dis. h populated inlui.ne .farm- just as -real in it- I'onserrativo farmers will JS. cannot hut-he recognized .hy, district on the irrigated' his opinion. He said he ".'is with no wish to lands ci'v- Mmt any Iherp land suough to suppoit ein? eXLl1 antl the IUOIe in consiitueifcy wlio are sup of ittotijtlii that I now aiiproacli i Iliat IB ilni nrwalMr is. t ho nuoit norf iim If Mia OH; but Solely With llie nlilHirt oT' nrp- i of families on small acreage lliat 'B llll? is the need (he agrecmiMU, who are sup If the where there is one farmer today of, it. -Oiie of our needs on'Ute.tonsiilnencit'5 :there. should, be, ion or fifteen. As it >t present is to cnltivaie n market thov "ow 'ue Ml Senjple, I in-igated farms are one ihou-1 for this hay .in British..Columbia, but "hfttlld ll11' I't utni'Mteci to see ion the day, is close at hantl when ml! jioduie THI iblt I ibt giving the acres in extent. From the stand [jtoiuLof the deulopinenf of the conn 'tn (hiLlfa not wise 1 one thoii ar.re farms aUptiiil be ciit tip into .from twenty "jo one Imnclre'iJ" acre j Hon. Banner to raise live stock and feed chance, plots aiid used for faniiinsc. j- 1'is alfalfa. Then tlie ftreaf day of I We can produce .strawUerrios iu j mixed will Hrrived, nnii ill strict to none in rlie 'lip ftcilth of our countn will grett I liny of thonslii that I now approach but solely; with the object orpre-v sent to- the public of this dlsirict some aspects' of the situation with which they may. nut be familiar. And as the miners 'of tins district' fully Ye- the impoitWe ol haMiig the ie THI rooie thin nil! be, Bivills illc dties lHll-el "I luunj the tlieio mil the mo t inipor' T Hie of the peahs ot Lhis tie as hauii., been j o U7ed in pan! agitUor iioiu mo tnes of notonen and n tin i IIP llHb ]0 L MghE of Jfiej f ict th, t tht to called agitators tint is the Boaid of j L'nion, are in their actions tied hand ind foot the vMsheh of the majoiitt of the men whom repiesprii and rh it it is this mnjonix winch 'he fini1 issup' the Board. lo do il anothei tbouehtlp'-s Pliiusc conslantlv. hears utiefert Uieinaelvea ii i b> HIP simp on th, stleet hlee mmeh tliai ?t i !u Palnlfi Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside 't, Suite 115 Sherlock Building -P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 nientiuned company, a commit fee fiom ihe t'nio i betnp piesent Mr eudoavorod to finii issues to be liken, ind not the agreement bad membeis of the said I liliii, i PI able floi th lo pt opi gate o ObO but itll llOt Pll 1 IP HI i of fa iccess Ii thai, -was. a color abhor fngrance viith the present ies of that exguiei'te flower? jbefii iiuiken the men ind H.H n that' a ('nl01' nbhor .my .pointing out to him that the con- j Iem to the flinih I naij ts the faci md that thp n lhe evtremi Noithviesi pfitictilai j n "heat in piefrreme to what he is now Rttling and tnilhermore he be willing (o bin a on a samp! In so-; far, (hen. as Canadlui o nniieilake llle infl that lui> ittoan L'-idhlisii mint niulirill) of i siih cle paitmem in (hiiidi whitli he descilhed undei W utle The hinch iml [jtbor liopp I ha I hp rllmo, In, in oil, to hp nell lounded -ind thai Ixniimnp ntlh th- thp llelhoihst cluich of Can ida enter Into ne> fieli] n' spruce thai oren lo IIP, I Ho Hut the Pipstn eiiana a' llie Lnlfpil Slates hait mailp in tlie norl lamed on hv HIP Fipi (luiles Slpblp ahsolulch jinnliBs (lie Rojid of Ion, pel inre M jrjl lipfnim In undo, [t mil mpan in Ta ,iadn i? il lias tncsiit in thp I'nilpd Hip hinigmg jhoiu of a nldpialindinc mil a in Itllal bimpath HJ leement wan foicfbh broiipht to my riofloo.' 1 im nogoHAtfoiig with Mr MAN (Life.) lies onh i IQ her Pay for her bats and frocks and frills An escort to lake her to a rid "fro Wherever she .thinks she wanln to go. Tfi'.caM for her when the bridge game done To sympathize with her grief or fmi A- fioinething to tell tier t.rotihlcs lo: To chirk her up when' she thinks she's bine. To take, but never to advice. To tell: lier her horrors of hats'look nice, To post-her letters ami wind' the clock And hook upjhe iiaok of her modish f otk To strap her suit case and find her gloves: .And llslon to tales of her old-time loves. In fact, to do all'-she, mny'sny or ask, And he's such a fool that lie loves the task lo his mind on Hn MUeod, was the BLUE-1 ROSES (New York for novelty in the floral world bavo for many longed'foi a: but their lonelnj; has never. heen vranted. KloristB, 'both profcxsional and amateur, No. 753 buying metal beds make sure of seeing the very newest designs and the very best values by asking the salesman to show you the IDEAL Line. Most good stores sell them Our trade mark identifies them. And you'll sec beds that combine beauty with the quality which insures lifelong service Aik ui for of dealer neireit you. No. IDEAL BEDDINQ I MONTNIAL TORONTO WINNIPEG ;