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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISH BE O D GO SM EPt TOOT Published by the Lcthbridge Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every .lawful evening at its office, Sixth street Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: 'Editorial. Reportorial, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRiPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........54.00 1 year, by mail. 6 months, delivered.....J2.00 3 months, 1 month, delivered.......35c S months, by S months, by mail........S5o Addresses changed as often as desired, but both oew and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pagfs, and contains a summary of the news oi the week, local and district. 1 year in advance S months, m .Hdvance ....7ca 3 months, in advance ____ 50a Cross Drag Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co., IL W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea. Bros, Drug Book Co. Fcrnie. B. BeaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, 8. Atchisoo. L. Reinecke. Grassy Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver. B. C. World Wide News Co. Browu 219 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. Trains. OUR POINT OF VIEW Make a. spotless town. -I mov.e. and the provincial secre- 1 i-s to be congratulated on getting Torn morrow be a holiday such a. mal. for any one btit Hie school Mol.o Census enumerators to set all t-he facts ...yourself. They are not tor publication. R. L. Borclou rather objects to a newspaper, reporter tuukiim up a pol- icy for him, and says so. but has not stated he had any objection to the Toronto financiers performing such a deed.-' Although Lethbridge people -will i uot celebrate the King's birihday, j Jf the' real estate movement in .Med- they .wish ninuy happy returns of j-'cirio Hat gets so excited over an in-' the day. l.detmite rumor, -what will happen when it. becomes definitely known It is .safe, to say trui; General ti., Uie.i-Jiat KJs.Uic lucky site of the car- horse is uot bciu? iaken to j Ponokk will not, hold half of! to be made imq beef, "jiorse-i Hatters rreatmcnt. flesh conies .at that'price. j j When raihyay contr.-ictors enter suit VVhen .the Czar Russia seals' to asai.nst> ?ovenuiiein because the Alberta to get a horse that, t.o i have cut down their price pay seventy-five thousand dollars for. 6y Jn of a million, it is he shows .that lie 'knows 'where the a indication -that no onejs mak ?ood horses are. i a rake-off on the construe The only'complaint heard against fhe present weather is that it makes j the grass' jirow too fast, 'and A Few Real Snap 1-4 section 4 miles from Lethbridge, improved A snap for a few days The best inside business corner in the city of Lethbridge Large list of modern dwellings Prices and Terms on Enquiry plication of the c, T QQ the usefulness ofprint- long after the wedding, when the hap- lessons he reeipi-i something to boast, of, she will i tnat the picture representing a scene r. ent at once demanded the recipe. brag of a husand who knows how to n-0m the life-of St. Zenobiue, ascribed well, sah." said take i raatch dress goods. procedure would naturally settled in a theatrical board- j one-hair Scotch whiskev and one-half I ''_____ house, the wife did not get. home j vermouth and one-half sherrv-----" Thp o Simdav ni-j-T" u i ne aiapnancus hosierv. now so ouuuitv nigi.L unti] her husband J ularly the last decade, may be credit- resources -within reachable distance, ed with improved health conditions which guarantee the purity of sup- _.j _, no expenditure great to bring these within the) reach of con- and reduced mortality. The tables show the preference to the city, how- .ever they may analyzed, and there seems to be no other clue to the ex- planation. No doubt the improved condition of water supplies in the great metro- politan centres of civilization has most to do the change which is noted. New York City, which figures most prominently in the statistics giv- ne, has now one of the most sanitary water systems of any city on the con- tinent. but it was not so as late as fifteen years ago. The story of the determined effort? put forth by a few faddists, as they were then called, to force the city to clarify and sanitize the water-sheds of its aqueous sup- ply -was told ten years ago in the Out-; loot by Jacob A. Riis, a publicist and civic- reformer, whose name is famous today. In his fight _to compel 'the -nature of mankind from Depreciation authorities to pay attention to ibeit would seem that mortality tables sumption. The second ment in that improve- in the ru- ral districts is the next thing that de- maads attention. There can be no doubt that the crudity of sanitary con veniences of various sorts in the coun try is responsible for many of the caa- es of illness which are developed. The obligation of state to compel j itary conditions among its populace is greater than' its obligation to. compel i moral conditions, though it. ha? an ob- 1 ligation to -both. The overlooking of one cannot be excused by activity On behalf of the other. j Gradually society is learning it may do and- what it may not. do to preserve the normal and healthy body as well as to protect the moral conditions which obtained he went camera and measuring chains to hills and valleys along the sour- are no less instructive than morality tables when the .conditions which ev- olve the facts are well studied. Oweu Wister Author of "The Virginian" Has Produced A New Book "MEMBERS OF THE ad arrived. The husband Barnes interrupted. "That can't be said he. "There can sitting in the nor, be more than two halves in any- ;room poring over the comic supple- thing." merit of a Sunday newpaper. His i said the bartender "the wife gave him a loving greeting. He i wav I mix this drink there's four did not respond.-but continued his in-j halves in Cincinnati Times- estimations of the comic pictures. j Star. She spoke he remained _________________ silent, absorbed in his c-omic sunHe i.- L. lple" PECULIAR AND PERTINENT !ooaed at him disgusted- i Iy. Streets in Paris, France, were first, i "Don't I play in the worst luck with paTSd in 1184' i I my she exclaimed. "This i time I've married a book worm The United States its first i JThe Sattirda-y Evening Post. jpatent law in J790- i j Earliest printed almanac, of which racer have any record, was that of j the short story r ueorge von Purbacli. who lived in Vi- got to scouting about for eima'in 14BO. local color the other day in j ____i_ Necklaces of "glass "beads, imitating much in vogue -'with the majority of the fair femininity.of this land, is not. i without its redeeming quality. It itr.- j pels strenuously to pedal ablutions. fo Botticelli, which at the recent Adhy saJe. realized against a 'cost of ?1.575 to Sir William Adby, was nought by Mr. Douglas, on behalf of the Metropolitan museum of New York. Charles Barnes, It is proving a good seller Red Cross Drug Book Co. precious gems in color and b have been found on mummies than 3000 years old. more ijNew ions, in roe quest he happened a cafe boasted of a colored bartender. said Mr. Barnes. soroethins: to eliminate the robing from my eaves. GeL mo, Samuel said he got .Mr. ,8ot just the finest, drink what, evah I fatal infantile a man's said Sam- .'Viiown llfl 1> tl uei Ah thought it up mahself. j scientificallv described and treated ah boss nevah starts, a day without until 1765 1 puts in a layer of "em." Mr. Barnes ordered one of the new WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF Croup, that severe and sometimes disease, although remote period, was not. SPEY EOYAL j invention. He leaned listlessly upon the counter in sheer ennui, watching i Sam b'.iiltl the toddy. Sam flicked 'When a man bets and toses his mon- ey he attributes it to ill luck, but wheTi he wins he thinks it due to his smart- ness. SCOTCH WHISKT ASK FOR IT AT THE BAR- KEEP IT. IN YOUR HOME Spirit- Co. ;