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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTPRIPGE DAILY LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTAILItHIO pICIMBCIt 1H7- v' Pulillehul by Tlii Uthbrldet Ntrald Publlihlng Co., Ltd., lawful avafllw at; Ha offlCM, Sixth Albtrta, Canada. Mtorial, s 2 4 W. A. BUCHANAN Manaflnp T. W. alMYLC Manialnf JOHN TtmHANCI FHONI: 'Advtrtltlnf Circulation And Dtpartmtnte 1252 tUMCprrlON RATM 1 1 raw. >r aaall............11.09 rSSSfrSSilS ........KB J laeaa muat THI DAILY HIHALD FgM IALC AT Mldlclna X. NorOinm. Co.: andra' Fwr Store. IL W. Kaaitlten. PlnchW J. .Vllch.U- D. L. McCrea. Broa. A Book Companr. Fcrnle B. Btal. (llameltd City Vancouver, '.a. Wlaa Nawa A Brown, jamieson News Co.. Wail'Ci-P. R. Trilni THE WEEKLY HEBALO Ppbllahad .overy in ht or mora and contains a summary of news or the .-week.'-Joeal and. district 1 yaar lli of obtaining Alberta grown apples In course of time, one of the trees oar Wise NVilwn Gttling Mixed (Hamilton-Herald) U Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston roUi. Gordon G. Wilson, .M.P.y formally Uu incident which occurred vvhilo H rotosts gainst the coostruction of had occasion to stop at a couatr hree-foot sidewalks in Duudns. Ho hotel in ConnBcticm. In a conaptcu doesn't M-antibm town to be a narrow- Olls piHCC in the parlor was-an-In gauge one. (scription: "IcI- on barie Prunctis. Freeman acLeo Dominion Block The mayor, as he noticed the turned .1o the proprietor .said "Do you speak Not the man replied. "UnlUd One More Near at Hand (Winnipeg Free.Press) The Vancouver News-Advertiser! iue man repjiea. unn says that each .nrovince-ot: the Domin- Statos is good enough for me Ion has at least one ex-premier, with "Well, said ihe the esceptioE of Manitoba. The News- do you have that Inscription on to. Advertiser has overlooked Hugh John wall" That means French is spoken Maedonald, whom we trust here, then, are mtjiy.years of life: R. A. "You don't mesn it." exclaimed Javia, one of the earlier premiers of keeper "Well, I'll be darned A Manitoba, who iii the sev- young man sold that to me for 'God entles. Is also Chicago. There Bless Qnr Lite. vill probably be another ex-premier f Manitoba "before long. Keep Out of Politics (Pincher Creek Echo) Over in ciaresholm the farmers COWBOYS TO THE FRONT (Calgary AlherUaV Jn connection with The Stampei which will be held in Calgary THE ave about decided to run a farmers' tember, it is Interesting to look ove indidate in the next general pro- tne Ust of the members of p.rliaraen moial elections. Just what they the and note ope to accomplish is not made clear, many or the iold' tlme it m any case it is-not the right who" have themselves crossed the ollcy lor Ihe farmers .to adopt. neai ing Ieatner on tne Dacl( of a ltch There is lust one thing in the wide lng their joungei days orld that Is likely to disintegrate 01 j M Olendennmg member for Nan finding out things-for (hemsslves. the farmers had placed before their eyes 3 results of the different processes of agriculture, beneficial or otherwise. A ned a miniature apple of the Florence As schools of learning the oxperi mental farms hold an important place in a farming community. But it is not enough that thej should merely re- main so What is required is an in- troduction to the well-tried methods He has to see for himself and profit thereto To accomplish this the excursions organized ha been manged It Is a good -idea which 1s bound to in-popuiarlty The farmers wh0 yesterday am saw must have gene home with bu one idea, nameh, that farming counts anize the that on ing Is politics. If the farmers are well advised the will leave politics..strlctly_ alone, bi get .after the. goternments throng their organizations. The nien wn till the soil do not.need to. waste Urn and money trying to 'gat themselve elected to inrliauient There is much better, quicker and easier me- thod of getting what thej utant Suppose seventy five per cent of the farmers of Western Canada were affiliated with their own organ izations, such as the U F A, the Grain Growers, etc No government could afford to ignore.their demands Tae remedy, for, the' evils with which .the farmer has to contend then, lies m politics If the 'proposed candidate in :Clarea- holm would apend as .much time and money in helping to strengthen the organization of the U F as he will in trying to get himMlf elected he would be performing a real service agriculturalists OUR POINT OF VIEW If you believe in Lethbridge, talk Lethbridge and work for Lethbridge, Ivet ns have commlnsion in civic 'with ei- ftert audit and provision for the full- i publioity. Tbe are on the trail of fcunch o" the brighteit towns in Al- geria today. Boostert will mwt bomt- fcrs too. Making nice speeches In London Isn't settling the nival Issue'lor -.Mr. Borden. He will not have to seek tiouble on his return home. Soon the merry click of the brlclj- lavers will be heard on-the no v jioit ifflce building. so. Mr. Monk Ther decision of the imperial ptiyy councir-wlll legal aspect'ri Ihe ne temore decree, but it Is doubt lulif It wlHiMttle the heart burning the strife. his lalli'tor lotts In states where he ipat the farmers' support 'owing to Canada-gating the nest of the bar- rain. Considering the small team taken to Plnrtier" Creek, fire fighters did themselves proud and maintained the reputation-of the city. The fact that Mr. Taft Is weaken- ing on Ttclprocfty doesn't weaken Iho for'wldtr markets. Is losing ground and Is merely trimming Wide, awake men see In a coming city.of first Without noise or dlaplay they are iaj-ing the foundations to reap the big harrerft which comes with expansion. of ,the enten'to cordtale In "evidence when the preiident of France presented the rib- bon of the Legion of Honor on the Prince of Wales. Germany should build "another Dreadnought. suffragists carry out the announced -program -of arson and murder, the Czar will be sending over a few, anarchists to double up with them. There isn't much difference in the propaganda. The London Free Pross says: "Hon. Bobtrt Rogers gave his powerful as-j to. Saskatchewan Con nr probably not one of thcni n-euld'he'left to tell the'tale." that Mr. Haultaln and other. Tori; in wan thinks [differently. Mr. Rogers dld> .Jlatiltain more harm gooti. than The Oriljia Packet Is n.slrong Con. he axe methods of the gov- 'Just Joke to Know One A man evioently from the rural japped up to the er in.the Forty second station and asked: in "Quite a repliwl the ticket sellar.- "Know a man' named "No." "Sure you doit bneo O'Coonnll'' said ticket im- latiently, there are 3 this cit) Do you expect to now everybody ton, has ridden the Alberta "ranges for years, and In his earlier days was an ordinary buccaro on -the roundups George Hoadlejv "member for Okotoks hi punched cowi and rangled horses all He. started his covvboj experience in the dais of pov erty-when wages were1 eomewhere around Jlo a month. R L (Bob) Shaw member tor, Stot er, rode the range, in Utah.'Montana and Idaho In his voting days He ia till some ridei and still has big herds of cattle. Martin Woolff, tbV new member for Cardston, was educated ok he range and knows a bad none from feet up Robert Patterson mem er for Macleod has been covvbov ancher and farmer He rode too outhern ranges thirt jeara ago and a cowbov compaalon on maav ouadups with Archie now Hon A J McLean provincial sec, etarj of Alberta, and one-of the big. ranchers in the west. John'Ketnmis, of Plncher Creek JT: fo-- that riding, has been -a- iu foothills country for many ears, and Hon.-c. R. Mitchell, rain ister of public works for Alberta for mer judge and attorney general, is'the owner of an, of the biggist h6ree ranches In the province.' It is 'i'it uateil south of Medicine and bs himself is-a Judge ,of western horeemanship. It is lald'.be acijuirec! his ability to judge personal es' perience on the backs ohhprws. So there are pro- vincial of parliament whom it will be impossible to keep "away from The Stampede because they want to He If the riders'of today will anywhere new as good ai the riders of 'when they themielvei were ton-notchers. And'then, too, COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNING SIDE Suite 111 tollS Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Several Excellent Investments 80 Acres Choice irritated land, close to .city. Terms one-tenth caih, bAl- ance at 6 pir cent. have aiio uveral choice tfiTi acre-plats at acre. Terras 1-i caih, 'bal- ance 3 years. 24Uts In of QOMI Victoria Pnk map at H250.00 Eftoh Ve have, choice building iltw in an parts of the city. See U! txHorf! kuylig TwoUf e Sitei In the CJ P R lal.n. north of thi bridge. THE IH CITY fOPKATV TOBAY Hon A J. McLean is by'the w'i> oi being one of the' tathere of the "oil1 gary Stampede. Eat what yon want when yon wanf. to, even nl though no kind of food looks good to .yon. The cause is sinvph this, your stortiach is not NYALS .Supplj a temn VT I cent! prooeat of dicMUoii'and their use for a to your Ur'P'Psia Tablets will do the real. S5c: Anythlni ypu buy with name NYAUS will jive you entire .atlafactlon. Sold and by Wilson Skeith TO LOAN. OF AH. WITH KELIAILI 4NCf Opf Opp. Alexandra Hotel C P. R. Agents 134 Tke ability to place his hits no more essential to a good batsman tnan to a good advertiser. The Herald will place your hits i'ri the homes of the people ai Lethbridge and diatrjct T.' f 1 ii Its a case ot know guess ;