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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The DaUy Her aid The Letkbridge Daily flerald, Thursday; July SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world FOUNDED 1710 ftl-CElSl'ENAKY HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Canadian Branch, Sun Building, Toronto, H. M. recently by Senator Albert B. Cum- i r ming, of Iowa. The senator is one of the leading Republican insurgents, the men who have come to realize that the policy of the party which has dominated the affairs of the United States for so many years has not been and is not now in the best interests of the nation. imss subject he said: "Monopoly does not mean a single factory with absolute control of one article, but a combination of factories making the same article, whereby the prices are the same in all, 'Whether the factories are owned by one com- pany, or are controlled through a trust agreement. From Other Sanctums Established December, 1907. Published by. the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every, lawful even- ing at its office, Crabb Street, Leth- bridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor. PHONES: and News Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered ...Sl.OC Daily, one month, delivered ......35c Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail .....51.75 Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desir- both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contain? a summary of fhe news of the week, local and district. One year, in advance Sis in advance ..........75c Three months, in advance .......50c THE DAILY HERALD is'on sale "at places: i Cross Drug and Book j ies .being so high. The people Stave I -bave 'had to send for Mr. R. L. Aerial'Mining. (Monetary Times.) A Sarnia man in Mexico proposes to use an aeroplane for exploring and developing inaccessible gold mines. .Many investors 'have already .discov- ered that a large number of gold mines exist in the clouds or are up in the air. I Graham's Curves. (Toronto Star.) The Hon. Q-eorge 'P. Graham pitched a government team to victory in a "It is only within the last few baseball game with the press men who years that the lack of competition .be- jare accompanying "Sir Wilfrid Laurier. tween American and foreign goods j was probably railway curves that has -become so marked that the peo- j Graham served up to them. If pie -began to talk, aoout the -tariff dut- I Canted political curves they Store, J. G. Robertson Co., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra Hotel. and R. W. Hamil -.ton.- Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Cranbrook, B. Atchigon. L. Remecke. Grassy Tughan. Diamond D'Arc's drug store. Medicine M. Nortbam. Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown, 219 4th street. Also on all C. P. R. trains. AMERICANS ARE STAYING. .The Dominion government immigra- tion authorities emphatically .that the stories published by the Am- erican -papers about the crowds of farmers -that are going foack to tine States from Canada are absolutely un- true. There are some who are go- ing "back. There always are some every year who for some reason or other journey hack to their old homes after having stayed in Canada, some time. It matters not whether times good or not, they take the notion, 'or their wives do., to go -back "where '.their folks are." There is not an American In West- ern Canada .to-day, even, in the parts hit (hardest by the drought oat" has seen worse conditions where he came from. They know that they have to expect an off year once in -a while wherever they are, and are not heart- broken or discouraged because West-' ern Canada has 'been hit once. If tfiey were to move out every .time they struck such conditions, thy would be moving all the time and never anything anywhere. The farmer in Western Canada can make enough in one year to carry him and the farmer in the country knows it If Jie was not found that the absence of foreign com- petition in the markets of this coun- try has made it possible for the Am- erican manufacturer to increase his price at his own sweet will, and with- out regard to-the actual market con- ditions. "The feeling grew that something must 'be done 'with the tariff to re-es i Borden. FOR SALE v A Few Choice Tracts of Fruit Land. per acre down and bal. monthly payments Enquire for Next Excursion to Pictur- esque Arrow Lakes Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 FRUIT Many are buying fruit from us. Are you? Quality is A 1 and prices are 'the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTAKAS BROS. 3S3 Round Side Lights A Physical Feat. Mrs. Murphy, 'her head swathed in ,_ bandages, stood in the witness .box tablish competition in trade to break Patrick Murphy, occu The Republi- jpied prisoner's -dock, and the down the monopolies. UJ-i-C j can national convention realised this j was that he had brutally as F V.U.trWS.LJk i. L-JU-J J and It had- to make an agreement that j saulted toe lady whom, foe ought to i have loved. But Mrs. Murphy was not the woman to say a word against her husband. She- Insisted that he was the embodiment of all 'the virtues and accounted for her .bruises as the result of "pure accidents." I "Now, look here." said the magis- trate angrily, "i must remind you -that of the import duties was set to pro- jthis is a courz of Iaw> ajld perjury teet the difference in the cost of pro- !is a offence. Be careful duction at home and albroad, with a j wim ?ou it that bit I margin for a reasonable profit3 j ear 'm such- a shocking 1 ___.-.. I The -poor creature hesitated for, a OUR POINT OF VIEW j moment-it appeared that wifely loy- i alty was about to The American farmers m Canada j smiled reassuringlv at mail are not quite so foolish as the United dock> sir." she if it were successful it Tvonld revise j the tariff so that the 'monopolies and trusts could not longer annihilate competition through the tariff sched- ules. "This was the first real recognition that the tariff should fre put on a scientific basis, where -the measure States press would make out There will not be very many of'them leave Canada -this or any other year. The ministers of Bow Island are on the .right track when one of the first things they do is to organize them- selves Into an association. Unity helps along work in any department of activity. The tariff reformers of Great Brit- of Canada and .the United States are trying to get out of. it i Took the Hint. A quiet, -oasaf-ul sort of a. young fellow was making a call on a Capita] Hill girl one evening not so rery long ago. when her father came into the parlor with -his watch in his hand. It was about- 9.30 .o'clock. At the -mom- I ent the young man was standing a chair straightening a picture over the piano. The girl mad asked him to stout fellow, said: "loung man, do you know what it The 'bashful youth got off the chair son's: Bay hinterland, Sir Wilfrid _ Laurier getting .better acquainted with ready this year, ne will ffiake next j the Western provinces, Hon. Frank- year pay for itself and this year as Oliver exploring the Yukon and .Mac- kenzie districts, and R, L. Borden campaigning through Ontario and the Grey exploring the Hud- j nervously.. "Yes, going." He went into the he replied. "I was just The Aonerican fanners in this country are not se foolish as to leave the good thing they have here. Maritime provinces, it looks as though Canada -would he well covered -by its CANDID 'STATEMENT. j public men this summer. hall without any delay, and took his hat and coat. The girl's father followed him. As the caller reached for_the door knob, the old gentleman asked him again if he knew what time it was. The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge Our stock of accessories it arriving daily. We Just, received stock of auto tubes, 8lze8 34 x and. 30 x 3. file Standard Garage Co. -PHONE 614 WOOD Down NO INTEREST a NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. BLOCK Lethbridge "Tes> was the youth's reply. The people of Western Canada have j "Good night" And he left without all along -had the idea that the freight The ways of tQe government j waitin- to put his coat oh rates charged here were higher than jare Past all finding out t the 4oor had closed they ought to be. The railway com- j conteilt Setting an over- i gentleman turned to the panies (heretofore would not admit i majority in the recent elec- Qon. they deliberately steal another this, saying that the rates were no higher than they must be to make it at ail profitable for them to handle the freight But the other day in giving his reasons why the Grand Trunk could not afford to pay its .trainmen as high wages as the C. P. R. pays, made a statement that was very candid and exceedingly interest- ing to the people of Western Canada. He said: "A general discussion of .the situa- tion took place, during which we ad- vised them that ply to J R. Kellle, Wectern Plumbing Co. W H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Snppllei, Sewerare IrrigatJon Plans, Estimates, etc, etc! 211 Sherlock Block. Phone Mining Engineer. Surveyor. Room Building" and' Dominion Land 217, Sherlock M7-01 Professional Cards MUSIC MADAM plan- iste. At liberty for engagements, dances, operatic, dramatic and vau- deville Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St 143.0 Mr- .J- W. JONES-Lessons given In voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As sociated Board of the Royal Acad- emy and Royal CoDege of Music 710 Courtland St, Phone 420. CONSERVATORY OF Department, summer Queenie Tabor, late of Acadia Seminary, N. S., and pupil of Reginwald, will have charge of the summer course in piano and theory For terms address Conservatory of Music, 90 Ashmead, corner Bompas CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall. Qlyn at Clnb open evening 1M tb 1080, Sunday exeepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON Sffer B. GIBBON. Boxlil. Pres. 13? thlrt In K. of F. Hall at I o'clock. 'lilting brethren are cordially InrlteA J. McBRIDE SHIT1LY WP GUS. NETDIG, W. g. LODGE! PRIDE OF ALBERTA. No. 293, ons of England Benefit Society H. C. C. SALMON It prepared to celve pupils IA Piano aid TDteorr ticuiars appry 1213 street. P. o. Box 181 F. T. Pnone 1162. w Meets in the Oddfellowi' Hali "cry first and third Wednesday of he month at 8 Tor full ptr- A. J. IT ;