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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta tin: LETHVitiDGi-: DAILY Sat unlay, July LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Uwfijl at It? office, Sixth itmet, Uthbrldgs, Alerts, Can. W. A. BUCHANAN and Edhor, 'PHONE: __________........................ PHONE: Editorial.____ Advertising Jcp Depti. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATEH J rear, delivered______14.00 6 months, -I8.GU 3 months, delivered.....11.04 mouth, delivered___- ..35i 1 Uy monlba, by 3 uiiU.....---s5fl -iddresuea chained as otiou as desired, but twtti HOT: and Did munt be- Biveic WEEKLY HEHALU Publldhed.every Wednesday In elc'ul or mart coiilalas k -luminary of ibo uewi or tbe u-sak. local dieirlcL J year in advanco j C nfotiui, JLJ j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross ii Book Store, J. G. Robert- i Co.. Jacks-'in Cops. Alexandra Hotel. Drug Slora Co.. jl. Hamilton. Plncher D. It. McCrca. Droa. A Booh Co. Fernle. B. BeiL Medlcine 'Cranbreak, a, Clareihol'rr.-O. Helmets, Diamond City f tfansoVver, 3. C. World Wide Co. Brown iiy 4ih St. 70a Riverside Avo. Also 6h ill C. P. R. Tralnv Fine Advertising for Alberta of the fiercest onpouents Toxaa sends cattle from our Since to 'J[ of reciprocity In the United Canada fur the purpose Of niaturini; Stares are Senators Xelson, them, and the maniipor of iluit ranch IE, or ut least lias bcou, preaideni o[ the "American Live Stock Associa.- Bailey and Smool. Here is an iraci'from the congrcESlonal record, what a -rand ndvertl.eineni: they are giving this country, whose competition they pretend to dread. "Mr.. N'elson I 10 direct your attention to the Province of A Iberia, j .Nelsoil_, lWhh ljlp Spimor fron] (Mr Smoot, ,eU Ilim how lie Las Liken sheep up Into Unit country anil ied and them." "MY-'Srnooi r fell the Senator .which ran be seen ou map yon ihat men who are inieresied wiih me 'dpr. It is the size of ihe Siaie j have taken many and many n head o'i Texas, and Is every bit as sood Q of cattle up into Canada to fatten. caltle country. A number of Ameri- f Von can take yearlings from this pans drive their caltle and sheep up j country IQ Canada and they will. ma- there to feed and fatten them, and .lure Into, I. think, at leasi i them In good condition. They can al minsloii In Umvnt, Otters Thud Any Bldi? (Cniyvlllo, IM.V Mercury.) Kai'Bft Gonniut ivoinnn nucMls cleaning badly. Wise Kitchener! (PIlH'hc-l- Crouk Knho.) l[ Is uunouiicuii Hint Klt- chrnci- Is at last poing (o bn married. mXivlihBliiitdlng the facl lit- always lu'eii viilaloKuetl vtrllable woman-liait-r. wtia h sjild a mail changes his fool never? Cruel and Unupviil (Katon, Coin., Cor, Minneapolis John Thompson Is threatened blood ae the result of us- sistlug .Marshal In nrrrsliug 11 woman wltli a leg. Ho pot a sliver in his ringer. Mr, Mclghen'a Creed I .Moiiirenl ller.-ild.) The iiiimo of [tohoi't is in- aBs-'ocialcd Jn every Cana- dian mind wliii Hio doctrine nf reel- il inuli' jji-eforonccs the pire. iviiich he had cnnncinted and supported wit h greHL eriorsy loiifi be- fore Mr. Josrph Chamberlain resigned from office lo promulgate It. I; with him less a jinlitical or economic theory (lian a creed, whicli mnliunincd] the fniensiiy of his -Voi-Lli-oMrel'nnd character. Iln ivns ImpatiojU nf all contrary arjiu- nenis: aiui his tremendously forceful personality, his fiery, yet senhil mau- ler, his rcBqnruit. voice alivays pitch- ed 10 Hie lone of a'man: talking ag ilnsi roaring mill-wheels, mfluen'-'ed ill with whom he came in contact. K less ;hc rogency of his I lian the intensity and sincerity of Ms personal convictions- which pro ed the effect, bin erfoci there un- was. WHEN IT IS HOT (ClilcnKo 'I'rlliiuir.) Consider Mr. Rlwrirntth. Of fnrnaco fame; lie didn't blent about I lie Heat, Or TUBS nbout flnnic. He clidn'l Blow or worry, Antl hlH no r i-os In klukp, Nor fill lila 8liin with limes and gin "cooling" di'liike. Coiislilcr Mr. .Mesbnch, felt the fnrnaru, too1, llo'lct It slzz, nor iiuerlc'cl, H hot enough for yotr.'" Ho didn't, mop his forehead And h 11 nt a shady sjiot: Nor did lie Hay, what a day! IJollcvy me, it's some hot." Consider, loo, Abed-no-go. U'ho shared lilt? comvtulcs' He didn't elmke lii? coai and make HliuEolf a holy sight, He tlldn'i wear, svispcnders U'ltliout a or vest; dfil he scowl ami snort and make himself a pest. Consider, friends, this trio- How litllc fuss ilic-y marie, They didn't curse when U was Morse Than nlnrty in ilu1 shade. They moved about Within tlic iiirnnci: bright. And soon forgot tluiL ii hot, "no relief in slalil." MUSINGS OF AN OLD SPORT (New York Evening World.) "Sonic- Day" a Suit ion that's Not n the Schedule- of Success! twelve 'months before they can poa- >nlse as many c.Hltle in the Pi-ovince j sibly mature In (his country." Alberta as they can raise in the State of Texas-'' "Mr. Is true. One of the largest, rancb.cs in the Sute of "Mr, is true." "air.. strongest feed '1 know of anywhere is Cimafliiin buffalo China Teaches-a Lesson f O ON'E who ever travelled across the Dominion of Cnn- adii fruoi. the Atlantic 10 the 11-ill express any doubt. iis to fniui'e In ,storp for this couu- iiy, wlieii for [he reason nf Uicir simply voim to her vast resources. Perhaps no coun- -Lry under ike sun hiis ever been EO 'blfisaed from the standpoint oi natural weal ill as Canada. Her mines, her fisheries, ner unlimited areas of tim- ber la nil. all tract eves of all nn- ilous. and justify ihe jirophesy ihaL Canada will one day be among the !foreinosi nations of the world. Btnt narural resources, while they :may build up a great nation for a time, can never make a permanently rich nation unless those resources are guarded wiih the utmost care. Con- servation is the answer to any daunt, which may lie expressed, 10 Canada's future, aa it may be af- fecied by tier national wealth. The Canadian Government. Iras learned the lesson afforded by tlic experiences of other nations which have 30110 to the wall through the reckless waste of -.naiiiral wealth. A department for the 'conservation of ihe resources of the .country has been created at Ottawa. .-and is doing good vork along all lines '-The results may not be apparent as but as generations go by ihey iVill stand out prominently, and a ccn- .-tury from. uow tlic peojilo of Canada will be reaping the reward of an efl'i- ;cienL system of cqnvarsatlon. Perhaps JID country in (he world .affords such an example of the re- sults following a reckless ivnsle of 'natural wealth as Clifim. China was .at one Lime one of the richest nn- tioiis of rhe .world, HB area support- ,lns with hundreds of millions of .people. They were then among the most highly civilized peoples of the globe, but they had not learned the lesson of conservation. What was Ihe result? The celestial empire is now paying the penalty of former extra- vagance, and the nation, from being a leader In inuustrial productiveness. "nd racial strength, has dropped tu u. place far behind competitors whose national wealth could not begin 'to compare favorably with that of the China of ancient times alone. The story of China's extravagance is well iold by Clarence Pco in a recent issue of "The World's Work." He describes the abomination of dcso- lalion found in river valley after rivui valley In the country north of Pekln valleys covered with countless.tons Ol sand, and stone brought down from the denuded mountain slopes. He gives a vivid description of the dcsaUuian brought about by the de- vastation of these hills in these words: "So long as these slopes were for- est-clad, the decaying leaves ami rails guve-a spongp-llkc character to he soil upon' them, and it gave ant he water gradually IQ ihe streams below. iNon-, however, the peaks are in most cases only enormous roch- pllces, the erosion having laid waste the country roundabout; or else they are mixtures of rock and erirth, rein by surges, through which furious lor rents rush down immediately after each submersing once fruit- Ml plains with rock and infertile ffiil- Jy-dlrt: Where ihe thrifty, pigtailed Chinese peasant nnce cultivated broad and level fields In such river valleys, be i0 now able to rescue only a few half-iic-ArLed patches >by piling the rock In hcapR and saving a few inLcr- from the general venlhg remnanU The West can learn many lessons from the hitter experience of the Or- ient, and can neglect only ,-u its pari! the vffnlly important counsel on ihfs one conservation of na- lural resources. Boost the P'air! Make Letlibriilgo a SpotleBs Town! Sival tbo fly! Spud the weeds, spuds! and weed the Hals off Lo Ihe farmer anil his dol- lar wheat! Reciprocity; will look mighty good to the Western' former this fall when :tlia United begin calling for their share of thoio two hundred mil- lion bushels In make up the shortage o'n the American wheat crop. Wheat Js n I lure in ih hfttt states acroits tbo line. hard are Ihe millers in the blK flour con- cerna south of us going to'get that nurd wheat'lo mix with their soft whoat for mllllne nurnoaes this yenr? In answer, MIC Canadian, with hie broad, oipnnulvo -smllo, points to bin waving wheaUlclds where the best In the world la grown. I One Conservative member nt j wa recoiuly anid that-the bop( thing lo do wiih the ml n era would bo to drive them Viaclt lonvork at the point of the; bayonet. Which shows how much Hint gentleman understanda nb- out a firohlnm -13 n continent. Thr- minors cannot, roreeii j.0 FCO buck, lo'worlt, nor run tht; ouerntorB..bc forced to open MiHr mlnoR. BiinBinu aiuic-iii-a to Uic oiiji hc-at wny to brlni; nlmni ;i 'tleuoiit of Hie (liniuuliy inn! (hat uuir- Methodism In a Synagogue (Christian Guardian.) Thai ihe rcllEiousi'bieotry of forra- days is slowly giving place kindlier feeling seems abundantly evi- dent. A uiOEt striking illustration of Uvis comes from the city of St. Louis, Mo, The Union Methodist Church, ihe mother-church of St.'Louis Meth- odism, was destroyed, by fire on Msy 3, 1911. But before it passed away Jn smoke and fJnmo it. had abundanrly demonstrated Its right to exist. The cbnrnli had been nmrto an institutiona- al one' with its gymnasium'and train- ing classes for youiif. men and women. an- employment bureau, a free department, a friendship league, swim mine pool and shower baihs, 22 has- ketball base'bnll and water po- lo teams, clashes ID cooking, hoiisekecpiiig, etc., In addition to all the ordinary splrHnal. services of the church. These multiplied octlvities ere not iiitnoticed, and when tho fire swept a-wnr Hie church, rlie Jswlsh sy- which orcnnied anothc.r nor- u'on of rhn street, WHS offered to the Methodist congregation for Its IIFP new could ;bo The said, In Meihodists on ihelr first' gathering- in the Jews hare been watching your work, and we have learned (o lova'.your pastor, and the work he Is lending you in' We are proud to Iravc. him preach' here, nnd carry forward your work from this pl.ico'. You are welcome." And iifting uji his. hand 'in bleBsing. he added: "May Jehovah, the God of Abraham and Isaac .irid Jacob, richly bless And now on any Lord's Day, in B-Xai Amoona Temple, corn- of Garrison and Lucas nrgniiGa, St. Louis, may he seen "R. rongregation gathered for worship. Nothing Is omitted, And Sunday, June IS, 25 were in the nnme of the Lord Jesus in this ortho- dox synagogue, anil fifty-one were received by letter anil from probation n to membership. Surely this Is pro- phetic of much. The fierce, bigotry of I ho past in slowly, but sure- ly, passing away, lien arc Retting n ittlc closer to each oilier, and this is well- The tnl! ami iminit Is simply a shel- cr for the Skcenrtl The Tlrodosi Man we ever know 'ailed it the Conservation Kncrgy! U'a easier lo Square one Whooping Lie ihiin to SflUlrm from a Network of Little Ones! Clinrhlng and Covering Up help us to Stay the thai lsu'1 winning! Quarter section near Mag-rath'for acres crop and 50 acres good feed Price and terms easy. Must be taken at once Freeman MacLeod Box 679 Phone 1212 That Fellow who Many Years Ago, Drugged that, lit Cnulri Urlnlt Riuza Around Us, is now Getving Hla'n out of a Tonmto Can! THE LETTER BOX OREGON RETAIL MERCHANTS Editor of The Herald: Sir, I have Just received a copy of rhe Souvenir Programme of ihe Fifth Annual Cohvention of' ihe Ore- gon lie tail Merchants Association, held in Salem, Oreguu, on January i5, and -7, 101 L. k is a 45-pnse UooK- ecunties JftlJLV't? fate and Investments OWNERS OF lei, the names and of the officers on the flvsL tew pages, followed by the whole a copy of which is' appended hereto: This will give some idea of ilace that thi." association holds in the Stare of Orcgon. I also have a full report of. the pro- Suite 1.15 Sherlock Building P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 ceedings of the Convention, ajid mist" later to nupply you with some of Lhujp.nd Losses sustained by most prominent features of it. This! Its: Led by E. T. Barnes, booklet also has printed In it a copy Discussions of. the Exemption Laws of the Slate S.OO Best Kind of Adver- of Oregon, extracts from the Pure liz'ing for tbc Retailer: -Led by Hon. Food luv-' of thai Slate, the Fake Art- Herman Wlae, Astoria, verilzing Inw, the Garnishmeni law-, The .Mail Order Evil, and off tiie law permitting garnishment of j set the Mai! Order Advertizing: Led by c. Ii. Burkholrler, Astoria. Address-. The Retail Mnrphant'? He- iatibn lo [he Cost, of Livins; By J, G. Watts, Scanpoose. How .the Knilroad. Com- migoion can help the" Retail .AIcrchanL: By Hon. Clyde B, Oregon R. R, CommiFfiinn.. .Tlnirsclay, A. M.._ anuary 2ii, inil How to fiell goods nt a Profit: Led i The forenoon, will ho devoted to by Theo. Roth, Salem, visits lo S'laib House (Legislature be- The Economy o[ Cash Discounts i ing in Sute pcnllcnriary, in- ,oug Creel anno nsyjinn ,or Cbemawa. school. 1.30 n of- coin in i USES ou order of business, credeniiiiU; aiiil. auditing. "Just par a Joke" An Experlrr-.cnt (New York Sun.) IB the matter? baby is a'fhlte. threw him on the floor and he didn't bounce a bit. (Xew York Press.) Mrs. la the "white nan's white woman. Stance (Dalla.i News.) fie wrapped Ihe whlaltey hoillo up io savc his cherished name, 'It looks to he laid, "this IB n aplrll-wrnpplng Rnnio." Immoriallty York Tlmcfl.) "Speaking of whalV -lio innlter with the lien." ''Go on." "Her son never sola." Public officials, and the Oregon Ped- dlers; law. With yuur kind permit aion I will sond..' you for publication estracts from the speeches mnd the different lopica In. the appended programme. These will be Bent ai in- tci-vals, as I feel sure that the pnblica- Uonof them will tend to more fully educate (.hose for whom .this .associa- tion exists. Yotirs faithfully, B. L, COPE, Secretary.. Lethbritlge Business Men's Protect- ive Association. Programme "Wednesday, January 25, 1011, 10 a.m. Convention called to. order, Tlieodorp Roth, President Saleni B'tisi- ncssmcn's Invo'catL.i, President FIcLclier Ho- mnn, University. J Address of, Welcome, in behalf of I Lho city of Salem.' Hon. LOUIE Lach- munrt, Mayor Salem. Resuonse, Rndch .IJrayforcI, Hood Iti- r A ild r ess of Welcome, in beiirvlf of Salem .Men's H. S. tiile. Salem. _i Response, ,W., A. Bell, UugenC. ArJdresg of Welcome, In hehiUf ,of Salem Board of'Trade, .Max Buren, Salem. Resyonsc, .letnes Craig, BlWerton. Inlroduction pf Stnte President, N.- A. Perry. Annual Sccrotnry's Annual Report. Apiioinling of on crn- doiitlals, ortlsr of business, HiidlLing anrl. Luncheon. Reports of local associa- tions: Albnny, Ashlaml, Astoria, Hak- er, Coos, Corrnllls, Collfig'j Grove, Koroal Grove. Hood Hlver, Klainnih Tails. Gvnnde. Lebanon, .Mcrlford. .Mc.MlnnvlNc. Ore- ffon City, PorMnnd, Hoseh-n'R, SurlriKflQld, Seaside, I'endlRlon, Vjilr-, U'allmva. FfRHvliii; n It, rortlnml, Lcil T. Discussions. Quality Prices-. Let! by A. G. Hoff- m n Grove. Address: Retail Credits and Collec- tions; By Wlll'mm n. IJannen, Credit Mjr.. TuII nntl iSlbbs, Portlnud.. Limited Selling Prices: By 'J; .M'. Kp.hle, President CroEcent -Mfg. rCo., Se.-Lflle. at Hotel -Mar- ion: Tendered to'" UIG delegates" by the Salem fjiisuiesg MOU'E -League. Friday, January 27, -1911. n.30 DiscuBsions. ;V- The Problem of Educating nnd Cuslomera: Led by I-Ion. Vjctor P. Moses, CorvfilMa. Delivery. Receiving and OrderlSys? Lctl by Hnsis of Pricing -.Mercii a nd iso by Fred Drcsaer, Seaeitle. Luncheon. 1.30 The Wisdnin of Specliil; Sales: Led by Hon. S. 11. Eugene. Koporta of Hcjiorts of. H-Bsoliitlibii.-' C'oiii'niittec. n of'en- Don't Wonder What It lor'niatcrial i'or (liose need-: :eil rcpaii-s or new builtliitg, iwivlco up n list of what yo.ii mid will tell exactly what, ii Svill cosl. are to niuet I he all b u y e rs _ it h A 1 1 1 i 1 1 e o t needed' i-Ji biiilc' Our griiilos of material- tm 'Conic ujico and you will conn: ul and Citizens' Lumber Co. Limited PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 lit Avenue S: and 12 1-2 Street P.O. ;