Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HKRALP inlay, .June 10.1.1. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD E A B 1- I !S M Published by the Leihbrldge Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd.. .lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Reporiorial, and News 122-1 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dcpts. ...S3.00 ...31.73 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, 1 year, by 6 months, delivered.....S2.00 J .__; 3 mouths, delivered.....Si.OO 6 montbs- b-v ma month, delivered.......35c i S months, by mail........S5e Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more and contains a summary of the news the week, local and district year in advance 6 months, in ...Tos THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug i Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. j Alexandra Hotei. People's Drug Store 5 Co.. R. W. Hamilton. j Pincher 'I D. L. McCrca. i Drug Book Co. Ferric, 6. BsaL tlis, in advance.... FOR SAKS AT CranbrooK, B. i AtchisoD. L. Relne-cke. Grassy Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, B, C. World News Co. Brown 219 4th St. on all C. P. R. Trains. ;i wanaro in which (he Imnrm UVst fn the prosperity of (race ran uHl unite. will, j think, mean au im-f' jl'eius to mtd seders need i'ii'eher jmniiiitucturerl produets fi-civ ihe Ki'sl- >p loxvaius btMiis a rititi-'d jeni provinces. Tlu're is no vn !iy In ;i r-vsteni i to my mind of the taw torn wamifaei- 1 infers suft'.M'iny; from n-latiotis ihf l'n it fil Thp Poniin- j j Chr "buy Pt homo" cnmi'jikn serins j jOI1 Go''enimout rei-osnixes neoes-j ho doms its intended work, .ndiuns of iirotertiiiK the iho r-a-.u-ily of aioney orders be- jiiueivsis of a yo'inir country, and luis His st-iir to the inuil ortlei- hoiis-Jevpri-ssly stated so. thus, as I es of i ho Knsr. Keep U0od j the iucreaseil setileniem wo'-k ;iml sri-l Hie habit. juliich onghl r0 ro.-ii.iwily lion. S. ran only L-enoCi: them. ;is to talk about be- itin Mie (bin etui ft' tit" wedae amie.xa; ion wnh 'he I'nited it is siirdy obvious that K is j be I'iiiiauKiu people that will de- j '-if1e i hat point--and ihe (Vtndutn peo f do the en tin-- railway rat'fic v--erinu round to the north nu from east x> west, as it is Mr. Hays. A Few think e iv o rid, it there is ;i 1-4 section 4 miles from Lethbridge, improved A snap for a few days The best inside business corner in the ciiy of Lethbridge Large list of modem dwellings Prices and Terms on Enquiry Latin su-tos of America always do r., bos; to keey up :h.- evitemeur Ollv Iess of ihe world. t.eca'nse the" States want1 Box 679 of ir fnitcd and 5'i i hey ritifl er. few women more wii-.-nt. uill no' v.'iio are over nvrr.iy years of All -tli.-u nuiursJiy proinire j-onlon p.i-o rhet ase for ihe Kngiish markei our liavfi foi'jiotten ih-'ir It is said repi'eseniative queried '.vji! improvi--- "l sec Mr said, .'_: when they and nndonako cU.ii> forget Hie in-.-r-nso.! pro- j to keeD track of rhe '.nis'Jeeus of iheii- ducHon ot' iji the wosi. vk: -h nubjaiius, eon1, inced will 1 s-'o f-'uir what lie other v eonvi-t-.'ii. Aiid. of Phone 1212 J a i Th. Educate the Visitors CAPITALISTS and captains of in- dustry arr always welcome visi- tor? to the city, and ihe corning of the Winnipeg's business men's excursion on Monday should meac, a jocd deal for this city. When they came here last year many of them had 'heir eyes opened as to the eke and importance of Lethbridire. a'rd his ciid advantages it afforded in many j of ways. The party coniiaj: on Monday i place. surroandec: ir ;ire- will include many who were here lasr .year. bur. it will j.ilso nu-tny v. ho win visit thp for the firsr lirne. Every cirixen --vjo will assist in the entertainment, of Hie visitors get loaded up wirh jirmjemk- infc-nn- ation to supply thcee wjrii whoiTi and expressed the opinion that may converse and impress upon them the time came for them TO launch OUT rhe real advantages of Lerhbridge as branches o' bus- 'a place for ir.vpstmeiir. r.nd the OJM.T- i inesse? they would have ro keep Let.h- jan'ng of inriustrtai as-J '.viiolerrJe en- bridge in njinci because of the snlen- terprises. I 1 niiiict Coed "Just a loke" J adopr rhe sin.slo iux of ii-iid I his ci'.y is y neighbor of Van- couver, wiiich has had this system of for soiue Tljey have had a good cliaiice in Royal ciiy ro tile suci-esj of tiie operation of i the sysreo1. hence their -Je'-i-sioti. Gall i Boston TranscriiiT. lent thaf mai! some srass teed znonth. unr.riose he came over jnst now to return if.' I !o borrow hwn muw- estln Waming to British, investors QPEAKT.VG in Hon. A. L, rhe greater is the ?ifton. premier of Alberta, '-crooked work in sett stronsiy advised British invest- ors to visit this province and judge for themselves before in vesting'their money. He spoke of the illimitable take an interegr Jn opponunities in T.hf province await- are unsound, and bound to fail. ina r'ne arrival of capiial ro develop, .such tmstrccessfu] venture will ;ir.do Such advice is riaiely. Alberra wants r-hp good accomplished by a dozen ail the British capital it. can ?et. to, that are successful. !T is. therefore, develop the vast nat-iral resources of the utmost importance that pros- that are here, biit it does not want fo pective investors should i By d-.-ridin- ro rp-cpen th? Lo'rinipr opportunity for case 'he I'nitcd States rnkcn a uji-capital. siej' to advance purity rhe public are making money by in- life of rhe naiion. Xo cue doiint- for in any place, it. is easy 1'or'a minute that ihe report of i.Le rr.a- 'Uious men ro other people I jority of rhe previoui; The Unsparcd Tree i Yot'i-t i bad just cherry ireo. first ;it Mie he cried, Ue fpit That icouucirtee was a whitewas-i p-.ire and simple. The new investigation i be full of to Lorimer or r, who nut tip rjte money diu see anyone in akin s: investments that in every possible way. will nor run; out as expected and re- ton's warning ii. timely presented. Tne better a country is Judged. Arothsr New Drink Tijpy v.-ere breaking in y new >oy at of the bon-is near Finn ;-esterday and after they a uiiiforrn on hiiu and him a lirile coaching Liioy ro answer -A bell. "Go? me ray hill and a coupe." was The King's Birthday TNG GEORGE i? forty-six years celebration is not so cenerally oid today and the whole Empire extends to him its heartiest con- gratulations. While he has been on the throne only a-bout a year, King George has shown enough of his al-il- because of the Coronation i.f.ng ity and tact to make the people feel imade the occasion of loyai celebra- glad tJiat one so young- in years has i over the British dominion ascended the throne, and has before I just, a few days larer. him in alj probability many years of i But whether, t.ne people celebrate service as head of the groat 'birthday or the Coronation, or ions. He is old enough to have at- both. King, George and bis esteemed lained wisdom both from learning and i helpmeet, Queen Mary, will know that experience, .'out ycximg enough to put'the hearts of .the people beat true, energy and enthusiasm into the '.ery 'that they are devoted not only to the important and onerous duties of ;he :monarchy as an institution, but also I King of Great Britain and Ireland and _to the raonarchs as persons who have I Emperor of the Dominions beyond the i won the love and esteem of the pec- j jple of rhe greates: empire the world The birthday is generally j has ever seen. God save the Kin.? recognized as a public holiday, a day land Queen. t Not only Ciare-shclm. Premier Sif- Southern Aiberla res re if and weP givP Wy j Review of the Town named, he j the order alien him. The b'0v solri ir. to Mr, Karwood Duncan, of the order for first, but. rlie" co'uno jHilisdale. Out. Mr. Quayie has made .'seemed to him. The nLunaser .Review a readable and Influential r.in phonic. paper. Of the stamp a ivpeklv wherever they may ho. beat as one, j paper for a hp" ]r the unity of the Empire -s ,0 kaou. uiaL aud feeling the tie that binds all pans together. But. this year, rhe birthdav iuite 115 Sherlock Building RO. Box 1979 Phone 1291 !wheu hean-5 a'l dive into rb.? har, o.nd fallow- i ou ii.im. He was in time to hear included iho American Amha; that time patrolmen's salaries ranged -port thai they erected a statue in newsnaperdom are not go to ;ho ban jlo.-e -Mr. Q'layle, as he is joining the! mantled. "U'hat arc -ivin- order to Wanrtford. Lord and Lady Craven, and und .Mrs. Reid. Lady from to SS7R per annnm. while; honor of Aristonicus on manager several of the Overseas Premiers. staff of one of the Calgary dailies. M Oihers Think I never heard of n coupe, and uessed it was some sort of drink." s the York Sun. Often the Case ('Chicago Tribune, i Let. us be careful in commenting on Isinkfr came off and was lost. i The Doctor's Twins An Irish doctor v.hile enjoying a hoi iday in rho country look the oppor- i'.iniiy alonir with a friend to go fish- in.s-. During operations the doctor's Here PECULIAR AMD PERTINENT Letter postage was reduced from cents to l: cents an ounee or fraction thereof, .March 1, 1SS5. Franklin ,lroiv cicclridtv from thc (.lollds ou ,.-_ ;irs wilh in Paris Hie compensation wa: year. account ibis skil] in it. Romans of all ages and degree found .much pleasure in. the game in the olden time. e' e n Sometimes it changes a sinker, no more r lias gone to fishing: dial., day. Happy jMf? had a bottle in his pocJ-ret. The it [bottle w-as filled with water, carefully i corked aiuj sent, down on its mission, i After a few minutes interval, the; man in was doctor had a bite, and pulled on his Vo- Z Charles I., English king, honored with his presence the marriage of Richard Gibson and Anne Shepherd. each of whom measured three feet 1" .inches. rose to celebrity as a palmer. Haseball was founded on the. old iiriish game of., rounders., but bears to if in its first, regular base- the Knickerbocker was formed in Xew York in East Indians believe that, lhe-ele- phant, lives years. Instances are on record of these-'huge animals hav- ing been in captivity 130 years, their ages being unknown when they were Jungle in a wild state. Lord Landsdowne's Bill COMPLETE DETAILS Of f according to population. jVj introduced into the i The cbird of one hundred representaiive of the Canadian House of Lords by Lord be nominated peers, i j.andsdowne, with the purpose of re- j seiected fay the King in council, that j British Upper House, iis- torm.Jnsr Uie shovr that: it is a most, icsenious meas- ure, and one that would ten years aco rjoiE Hgys for Reciprocity fCauadian Gazette. London.) ly views On remark- j je.l Mr. c. M. Hays, the president at- ra.cing speed, finding a fine jflie Grar.r! Trr.nk Railway, and wh0 j5 of fish, one en each book. j i now oi! hit-, annual visit to London, ID Ra< '.'-vins iiiis ex-; claimed hip ccrnpanion. i am a railway man and "VPS."