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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pasre THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Monday. .Tune 5, 1911. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD r-, t5 M D TOOT ru-i.-.NMf.-. by the Lethbridge Heraid Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbridge. Alberta, Can. W. A. Director arid Editor. PHONE: PHONE: Advertising j Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 DAfLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES car. 1 year, by mail i delivered.........35c S months, by nail A do resists tiianced'as''often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. 'WEEKLY HEKALD riil'.ush-.-'.; -vory Wednesday in eight or more pugfts, and ccatalss s of the news ot the week, local and district. year :r. advance 3 months, in advance----50o ;u I THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT B. C. Tbe customs receipts of Canada dur- new Apents will have a little influ- ins last May were over a million tlol- ence which can be brought to bear hrs in excess of those of the prev- upon the Department of the Interior. .May: That is an indication of how Canada still keeps progressing. the weather keeps favor- the West. The Cleanlnn Up Albertan.) "Make Lethbridpe a spotless town." is the fine motto that appears daily over the editorial of the ins; farmers of prophets refiu rdi n i uio euironai paae ot tne harvested mil soon have to their j and then that worthv tor tne lurk of Inures to rot-on! (paper undertake, to do its share in "Ut I the good work by knocking the spots off C. A. Maprath. the Conservative Village did a sood stroke of business in voting unanimously to instal a waterworks system. It will an much for the improvement of health of the community, and lead the building of better houses. member of Parliament, Cross Drug Cook Store. J. C. Robert- Lctht sen Cu.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Drug Store Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pinr-her D. L. ittcCrca. Bros. Oru? A Book Co. Fernie, B. Seal Cranbrook. Atchison. L. Eelnecke. Grassy Tusnam. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, 5. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Also en all C. P. R. Trains. All Going Bad tbe Kilmaurs Correspondence ot the Carp Review.) _____ i If the young men wiio came to the The prospects of setting the Leth- Iast Fdday drank u..ii, eiPht or ten bottles of something eironser than brands- had stayed at. home and used God's name as often in prayer as they did in vain, they surely would have had fewer regrets the next. day. Their i line built from the western si'etn tu be getting bright IT every few clays. If the strong agi- tation is kept up a little while long- er, if should result in work being started this summer. A Few Real Snaps i 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 little time assumed immense pro-j pro- The newspapers reflect public op- before it was all over; in ion. and a canvas of the newspapers liine lansuase was the outdoor order the United States shows them to m tbe u'ee snia" three to one in favor of the procity pact. That is a large finger pointing out the signs of the times to the stand-pat senators, who are oppos- ing thc measure. of the wee snia" hours, and the beer and whiskev flew, and they all felt Freeman MacLeod Co, Canada and the Empire The men of Fort William ve formed an association to give ul assistance to British immi- grants to brinj: out their families and settle in thai city. That is a good stunt, it i? much better for a city tj have whole families livin Phone 1212 "Just For a Joke" J J i Nowadays is a Chautaqua? lot of people who pay for what they could get oat of the in the Congressional Record free. O.ME of the British journals hae immediate attention _ criticised the position taken by .of the Dominions can look after its Sir Wilfrid Laurier regarding own arrangements with foreign na- the international agreement known but the affairs that concern the Declaration OL London. When 'matters of general relations to the Premier Fisher, of Australia, made a Bother nations can be better dealt with motion in the imperial Conference, jat the heart of the Empire. If the which was practically censuring the :rinie should .come that the Overseas British government for entering into Dominions have representatives at. 'community, than to have the earner sending his money out of the 1950 country to support his family. The j t'Pittsburc Post.) plan might well be adopted in other! "Do yon remember the old swim- .cities, Lethondge included. ming nole where we learned to i :_ It is estimated by reliable author-, -Yes, and also the old fkinc ies that at least ten million acres :where we learned lo fly." are sown to wheat in the prairie prov _____ s this year. With only an average invaluable Standa Securities ------------Company .x-" i j 3 lves tilts year. onlv .an averaze t.ne agreement witnout consulting tne London on a sort ot Imperial Council lhis means QVer two-hutfdred Dominions. Sir Wilfrid took the po- situation will -be different, but as j On" bushels of sraiu. When in- rnon- I r (Lit'C-' sitiqn that the government had done the Empire is organized at do you think of right, as it was not advisable to have ;it is impracticable and undesirable "K -n u S mtP t9acu'ng boys in the public schools en dilation, there will be treaiendou< tne Overseas Dominions mixed up in tiat the Dominions be necessarilv con cooking and sewmc? Ustaess doing in the est, and the i -ri -u .vq] ]i l he training will come1 ot u- in handy when they take female parts i I, the lu niers get reciprocity prices. hl tiieatricals_ t .ere be a good deal more money available than there .would be other- I Real Estate and Investments such international affairs. Canadians :ited on such matters as are covered will approve of the course taken by !'y the agreement mentioned, which Sir Wilfrid, even if Uie terms of the dealt" protection of foodstuff Declaration of London may not be trade on the bish seas in time of war. generally known and understood by. and kindred matters. The Dominions the people of this country. Canada are willing- to assist Great Britain does not wanr-to be involved in the should war arise, but they cannot intricate international situations that wol! be involved in the matters that from time to time, and which may or may not lead to war. Nominations for School Trustee is nomination day, j members ou the Board who can look Qthers The Great Swatter j St. Louis Post-Dispatch.) The Abkoon of Swat, hag just swat- ted one of those big bluebottle flies i raat everybody tries for. i "111 show them wliatJs swat." he saici, having thus re-established his right to the throne. OWNERS OF Ui UliC itlVC LI.. .J Uiili? LUtl. ctii c'U Ul_atiU L t_U Keen There are only a tew hours to do abreast with the progress of education r VT-hit remains undone, and if anyone snd make arrangements that this city Advertising Comes High. But Psvs bas any idea of having any particu- does not fall behind the times in any Age-Herald.) Jar person become a. candidate, it, is particular. The methods of twenty, Governor Woodrow Wilson docks time to get busy. The Herald dees or even five years ago are not himself a month's salary. thac net propose to nominate any candi- considered satisfactory now. length of his tour in'tbe (late, but it would like to impress up- i buildings antt equipment of a few_____ on the electors ithe absolute neces- years ago, in many cases, are con- j K 'sity of getting some person or per- below the present, standard. c t0 the Record eons really suited to the position nom- The man or woman who would be a Se RePllblican-) inated. The work of the School school trustee must keep UD with' r i olieue' ln the course of j "Dr. J. H. Jowett believes it is th? BDeech..Stared that not the congregations. The Great Divides (Fort Worth Record.) Reno Tlie harem, skirt _, The tariff The fool and his money Buda-Pest The pearty gates O.lason and Dixon's line Jim Crow laws and The Rio Grande River Suite 115 Sherlock Budding P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Passed It On to the Pr-acher Board is very important, and requires 'he times, just as the teachers must. at" that sen- 'minister's, not the eonsreg men tor women) who are not only ed- Then, too, the prospective school besa lowered, jfauir. if the church doesn't go." ucationists. but also good business trustee must make up his mind to IOr enclurarice- Senator. The speaker- a member Fifth avenue Presbyterian beads. The amount, of money spent a large amount of time and a, _____- each year--.is" large and is anuually j great deal of attention to the work for Bankers: Don't Get Caught i smiled., and continued: getting larger. The building the Board. It. is an honorable, but lions are extensive- and expensive, jnot an honoran- position, and the best It is absolutely necessary to have 'qualified persons only are wanted. of the i church. <-Milwaukee Sentinel.) "Dr. Jowett once told me tJiat. he i President Tart evidently labors un- j sided with tho old lady who alwavs i tiie impression that a ban-seer must 'o sleep during sermon time. Haultain's Position I take his medicine the same as ai 'YV'hy don't you take snuff during jyegg-man when he is caught at it. A DEAD SET is being made by must come from the Couser-j Can't Happen Too Soon the Tory machine on Hon. F. jaT-'ves and not from the Provincial i Macleod A.dverr'se'- Vv. G. -Haultaln. leader of the jRishiers. "and ihat the Conservative! Seven hundred'and ei-htv s Opposition in Saskatchewan, to set of Eastern money and influ- Of land, comprising a po-tion of the him to repudiate his utterances in cannot come to him if he op- far-famed Blackfoot Indian resent MUSINGS support 01 reciprocity agreement. [Poses the party s stand on reciprocity, win be auctioned off at GMche-i' M'- i The pressure being brought to bear Then press despatches are ta on Tune 14 tb r I on him is greater than that that has iconcocted, and sent out. especially to Wnt will take steo, to uut a been brought to bear on any public East, saying that Mr. Haultain of fiie Pei man who has taken an independent. !is re-considering :his position, and ;Ves on the market (the oppose the agreement, jers being suital.lv comocnsated of a plain effort to force his jcourse-, wh a great be But plan apparently is for Southern t Corking, for Mr. Haultain public ing made to smooth his pathway of b" stated, concerning these despatch jthe the minister said to hen keep you awake.' don't you put tbe snuff in your sermons, retorted the old j Angeles Times. I OF AN OLD f Xsw York World.) SPORT j stand for many years. As the 'imc approaches for the Federal leader, R. L. Borneo, to make his tour of the West, desperate efforts are ;oe-' ing made to smooth his pathway of b" stated, concerning these despatch- all and Mr. Haultain is es' "some one must imagine he is a i the greatest. machine has ce- j j creed that either Mr. Haultain must Mr. Haultain is indeed in a trying I make a recantation that, will smooth position, but it is impossible to think i the pathway for Air. Borden, or aim- of a man who has taken such a hish self be removed from the position he .and public-spirited stand on a great holds of recognized leader of the Con-1 issue, that he will submit the servative party in the province of crack of the party whip, and repud- Sa5k.irrher.-an. late not only .himself, but all his sup- It is not hard to see the porters in and out of the legislature. screws are being put onto Mr. Haul- He took a stand that im- j tain. First :he Re.sina and Moose measurably in the minds of all true Jaw Conservative associations pass Canadians, whether they agreed with i resolutions opposing reciprocity. Then his opinions or not. He showed hirrT- the Moose Jaw Conservatives make a self to be a statesman who was not demand for a provincial convention afraid to think for himself. He can to formulate a policy on the matter better afford to lose the support of before Mr. Borden arrives. The fie party machine than sacrifice the Conservative papers Of Regina and good opinion he has got of all good Moose Jaw openly and boldly tell Mr. citizens, not only in own province Hauitain that, jf he hopes for success but also throughout the whole dornin- at. the next provincial his Jon. Everybody likes to see the Scratch Man Cop.' There's Clasp in Knowing just when i to get Cold Feet. OUR POINT OF VIEW -Make Lethbridge a spotless town. "Honest" John Herron is in a tight I place. Poor John. one. The supporters of Diaz will not give ap the ghost without a struggle, i _____ When the Conciliation Board meets tomorrow it is hoped that they will- There ia no douftt that the presiden- soon evolve some way of getting the tiai in Mexico will be a hot mines in operation without delay. Camera Perfection Unexcelled workmanship, with the best of material and greatest of care in manufac- ture, makes the Ensign Line of Cameras and Supplies Superior to all others See our window display and allow us to show you these goods. Tabloid Developers and Chemicals for sale here. Red Cross Drug Book Co. There never yet, was a winner who j idn't, know how to' Ta.te a Wallop! j -Members of the Don't Worry Club' seldom Get. an increase in Salary! I Today's Tw0 Specializa- tion and Concentration, both to win! Somehow we always Feel Dubious about a Bali Player who forgets the Batting Order! Don't Search for Trouble, but when .it Comes your Way Give it the Jui- Jitsu! When the Best they can Say of us is that we're "Not So Black a's we're we fee! that some Bush Lea- gue is Waiting for us! PECULIAR AND PERTINENT London's Hebrew population num rs about 150.000. Age of dogs ranges from 12 to 14 Tears, when they receive proper care. Natives of the Tonga islands con- [isidered that to sneeze at the mo- ment of setting out. on an expedition fraught with the most fatal re- sults, i HIS QUIET WAY York ;