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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. -JuncO. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD F M ttp 1OOT Published by the LcthbrldHc Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful cveninc at its office. Sixth street. Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Rtportcri.il, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES rear, delivered........14.00 i year, by mail 1 aiomh. delivered.......35c S months, by nail........S5c Addresses as ofren as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses incst be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in ebiht or more pages, and contains a suinrasry of the news of the week, local and district. 3 year in advance 3 months, in advance-----50a aioatbs, m .'cvancs Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Cy.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Howl. People's Drug Store Co.. E. W. Hamilton, Pinc-her D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie. B. BeaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook. B. Us 4 Atchison. L. Kelnecke. Grassy Tugflain. Diamond City Drug Co. Msdicins Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. "Also on all C. P. R. Trains. Vcomes the of his grand- son. What relation will ho -be to his wife, when A Common Malady (Albany Knickerbocker Press..1 inarues: he- Owe of the most common is the habit time ago the Toronto News Lauriev for nol having an el- 011 the reciprocity agreement before .it way adopted. Now it is blaming hini because it thinks- he is .soing 10 rush on an election. It is hard u> .-aiist'y these chronic kirk- ers who have nothing to kick nervous malidies of the age is the habit of [thinking h> and 'worrying about j business and domestic affairs. A j prominent physician not long ago said iihat this is a custom which frequently (takes ;u least a score of years from a man's life. To overcome HIP habit we arc told trying to j This may be al! scare the ueopie of this country ight. but. would tlle tfred man telling them thai he Awericaii -trusts jto stay awake for several Hours if his want it in order that They may get j wife decided to cur down on last hold of all Canada's resources. The month's electric !ich: bill. j This physician would have given he had suggested iinore thinking a urine the davtime. 'This. we believe, would decrease the amis cannot make their story .iy particular. The American I'readnoughi nnng. which is being built, will be j prevalence of the unfortunate malady. equipped with Parson's turbine on-! ______ _ _ gines. This engine was invented and irst built by Engineer Parsons, of he Alberta department of public works, who is inst-illing the engineer- apparatus at the provincial jail 3ein.sr built in this city. He i? the nan whose opinions the city coun- cil of Edmor.tc-n are pitting against hose of Commissioner Bouillon. A Few Real Snaps 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 Co. Phone 1212 Swat the Fly rpH-E ENLISTMENT of children ia .scientific war on th fl. The in- Eastern Tory papers say that government need not pretend to be anxious ID delay the election until the re-ilisinbution, for it will not anytliins in the West hy do- ing. the government, it is not so much u question of getting more members from the West, but of siv- entitled, the members sit er. _ all kinds of philantrophic and specter of drugs for the stale ajid the sanitary enterprises is one of (federal governments has distributed the hopeful signs of the century. It {twenty thousand pamphlets. "The is valuable, not only for what the i Autobiography of a Fly" am one the children can accomplish directly, but school children. thus giving them in- rhe nsht or the Ml of the spe also because there is no better way jteresting and valuable information in of' getting the parents interested than j a readable form that can be under- by getting the children enthused in 'stood -by all classes of children. It any good movement. The campaign i would be a good thing if the authorit- against the fly can best be prosecuted everywhere took the matter up the children are enlisted in the schools and provided the warfare. Over in Idaho a determin- children with matter that, will sivo I "Toots, dear." ?aic! his mother, "do you want some crackers and I "No." "Say. no. thanks." j When daddy came home, mother Van ted to giv ins the West the representation in the House of Commons to which it is deportment, so she said: "Toots, dear, will you have some "No." "No Qthers "No Exa ed effort is being made ro get rhe children of the schools interested in a them a real interest in the work of ridding the country of this pest. A Reciprocity Poser thi DDRESSIXG a meeting at Mor- den. Manitoba. last Thursday, .f. G- Turriff. M.P.. cited the case of one of his constituents. Frank Mof- fet. of Weybunr. j Will Borden Explain Red Deer Advocate.) j Mr. Bordeu is to be with us (month, and the Western people win ;tvant to know why he has thrown him more loyal to Great Britain or more isejf iiuo rtle 'hands of the moneyed loyal to Canada by taking 5500 out of ray pocket on one side crop i: This question is a poser for the op- interests and trusts of the-East, and i a ihas turned his back on the opening I of r.he most valuable market in the i world to the producers of Canada. j Mr. Mag-rath has gone to the Cor- i ouation. and so this muobVaeralded Western Conservative leader will not j be heard on the tour. j a wealthy farmer. who last year had a crop of -.000 jponents of reciprocity. They have bushels of fiax. To put that flax in jbeen enlarging upon the argument Duluth. where practically all the flax jthat the adoption of the agreement from that part of the country went, mean a weakening of the ties that had cost Mr. Mor'fet Soon in cash, ibind Canada to the Empire, and will There was a duty of -5 cents a'bush- ultimately lead to an undesirable uu- I Let Laurier Finish His Work el on flax entering the United States ion with the United States. Mr. Mof-j (Edmonton Saturday News.l and that had made 3500 which had jiet here gives a concrete case to In view of the very excellent health gone 'into the United States treasury, j prove the opposite that will take !which Sir Wilfrid Laurier is now en- If Mr. Moffiet could have loaded hjs isoffle explaining from the antis. It j Joying as compared jsvith former years car on the American side of the bor- jis useless to- argue that, loyalty can Ottawa Citizen's forecast of an der he would have got exactly (be increased by restraint of trade, item from.'its issue of May 17, 1231. more for Jiis two carloads of fiax. Mr. !freedom in trade as in everything .is rather a.pt. it reads: 'Moffet had said to him I "Do eise is necessary to attain and retain you think you are going to make me the highest development of loyalty. Box 679 Teaching Under Difficulties Mabel Wilber tells this one on first born of a dear friend: j The first born is nearing -I years of age. and his parents are trying to in- still a bit of politeness into his young j Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Son of Athens Son of Athens, ere you clean This straw lid of mine's- that's seen Seasons two. bear this in mind It has breasted many a wind. Treat it gently. Greek of Greeks: It is ancient, and it leaks. Yet cherish it. oh friend- See if that bum braid will mend. Do not curl your lip the while You apply these acids vile: Dear, indeed, it is to Treat it not contemptuously. Son of Athens as you clean This old straw. sans hint of sheen, j Damage not ray comrade For 1 can't afford a new. An Awful A homely, hard-featured, elderly temperance speaker, of the feminine' persuasion in the course of a lecture before a. somewhat mixed audience, I "At an election meeting in Montre- ,1'oimd occasion to say: "Friends, as J passed along the i Take a Holiday al the veteran statesman. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. made a strong appeal to the street at aji early hour this morning, er, minister of Regent's Park chap- e'ectorate, and was warmly greeted 1 saw' ]-''in? in a drunken stupor amid el. London, left on board the Cam- cries 'Let Laurier finish his tjle OOZe and slime of the gutter, a pania on Saturday for New York, to NTo one your-intellect will be clearer and work-'" poor- fallen, besotted fellow'being. No I Present President.. Taft an address For tne good of the country, it is to Samaritan came his way; the prepared by the national council of be hoped, however, that there will be PassersDy hurried on with merely a the Evangelical Free Churches con- at least one Conservative term of cur-ous glance and left htm cr'fiee during the intervening period. :sname. But a: j as lay. the thought came to me faitration between the United that, fallen as he was, that man had and Great Britain. perhaps a wife, a mother, a sister, who loved him. So. kneeling, I -bnish- FAME'S PATHWAY ;promise-of becoming an expert horse- The Rev. Frederick Brotherton Mev- !woinan- ber PECULIAR AND PERTINENT rpAKE A HOLIDAY! J_ afford to do without, a time off 'stronger, the blue tinge will disan- sorne time during the year, pear from your glasses, your ambi- The man or woman who takes a tion will fae greater, and your pow- month, more or less, of a rest and erg of accomplishment wiij measure change from the regular routine of up to the talents and gifts WILD which work or business, can accomplish you have been endowed. In short. more in the remaining time than it will enable you to do your best. those who keep plugging away wiih- i The holiday, need not be an eiabor- out anjV Take a holiday, whether you ate. affair. Those who can afford it. 1 ie hands of the Canadian National think you can afrord it or not. If cm go to the coast, or down East, or j even-body waited until they could af- to the Coronation, or some other dis- t ford the time or the money, to take.tent place. But for the average per- a. spell off, there would -be very few son something cheaper must and v.-iT do so until they were carried out to t-jffice. There are numerous places take their last, long rest. It is poor within a day's travel from Leth- 'woman. Until her fourteenth birth- day, she was accustomed to pass her .time driving a pair of cream ponies. Of late, however, she has taken to ;horseback riding, and almost every ;afternoon she may be seen in the i Great Park with Prince George and an attendant. She has learned rapid- i'300 children frora this neighborhood Art of aigebra. which is. defined as the computation of numbers by gen- era! symbols, arose in the fourth cen- fn Yunnan. China, girls are still sold into slaverv. In one vear about Short, But to the Point (Carndttff, Sask.. Gazette.) We have a pamphlet to hand from ie. which ed aside the stains from his face, and from Princess Mary of England ;excellent: mounts. l, ordinary times the price for girls Us for each year of their age, but a tooth, when extracted. in time ofjTamine children--become a id nig on the market. To throw gives iinio the fire, is lucky. It has that bogey, annexation fe; one of its leaders. Th.e whole fic- t'on is a disgrace to any intelligent brain. Ic .is z. compilation by the capitalists who desire to lord it. they have done in United States, r grin lost. W and hate to see id in view. the killing of Canadian I ogress. It is nothing more nor less i ;an a Conservative party whine. It J gotten out to yell out some part--- economy to keep pegging away wear- where one can have a pleasant effect ing out strength and ability K> and satisfactory holiday. Banff work in'the hope -o-f making or saving -sounds aristocratic, but it does ncr a little more. When a person's healUi cost much if you work it and strength are gone there is little Crow's Nest, Frank, the Kootenayp left to enioy, and nothing to make up West, are all good places for a va- over Canada "like headway financially or otherwise. A cation at small cost. Then there arp t time off is absolutely necessary to the Waterton Lakes, without doubf. the maintenance of one's physical and the most charming and restful plar-- er. mental strength and welfare. And of all, ant! they are only a few miUr these departments of one's be- from Lethbridse. ing become weakened, the moral and Find out a-bout these places and i spiritual elements of life become plan to get off for a week, a fortnight Keak or a month some time during the! So take a. holiday. You owe it to summer. Get away from yourself and even'body depending on work and worry, away from house- I you. You will work, after jr. hold duties and cares. Go whorl and he worth more to the man you "can forget it all. Get out "and i whom you work or to yourself or to enjoy the fresh air, the flowers, lakes') your family. You will be more pay- and streams. Whatever you do and i sically fit, your temper will be sweet- wherever you go. take a holiday. i Thereupon from the rear of the aud- itorium came the sympathetic com- ment of an interested hearer: "And :ou just served him Weekly. Swat the fly- i.'iose American millionairesses carry the goods. Make Lethbridge a spotless town. I George Perley. the millionaire lum- A good slogan for young and old Nrman .and Conservative M. P js for the next few months is "Swatski coming out West to tell the farmers the flyski." how protection will keep lumber Reaper than reciprocity would make The auto and the airship are bav- it. He has some job ahead of him ing a contest to see which can kill off the most people in a .given time, j The' Winnipeg business men gor Up to the present during this year'e very favorable impression of or dishonors, are about even, bridge during their >brief stay jn the jd'ty. it is some city ali right, and Mra. WfiiitelaTT Reid, wife of the il out if they did not American Ambassador at London. was the reaJ dazzler at a ball in the Old Country, When it comes to real A Hamilton ex-alderman married fancy dazzling displays af uvinklers the divorced wife of his son, and be- 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 Sec our window display and- allow us to show yo.u these goods. Tabloid "Developers and Chemicals for sale here. Red Cross Drug Book Co. A Close Second j Charles A. Hughes, a Detroit ad- vertising man, was once concerned id pitting subscriptions for a'Detroit en- t f prise that depended for its success or.'the liberality of the rich %tnen of the city. One joca] millionaire refused to con- Tribute, whereat Hughes became in- dignant. the matter with ask- ed a friend. Hughes replied, "except t-iat he is .stingier than any man I ev- er knew' with the exception of a who used to play on the Detroit baseball team. He had everybody backed off the boards for tigbtrfad- ness. club left town they made the jumps in sleeping cars, of course. This player used to take his shoes to bed with him, and hide them so the porter, looking for them to shine them tin. could not find them. "In the morning the player would accost the. porter: 'Why didn't you f.'.n'ne my shoes last "'I couldn't find them, 'boss.' "'Couldn't, find they were right here under my berth all the time. Just for that, you'll get no tip from Evening Post. i Anaxagoras. a distinguished enian. in 525 B. C., taught that the sun was not a deity, but an inanimate fiery mass. He also snggestpd that 'he moon shone by reflected light. and correctly explained solar and lun- ar eclipses. A NEW ORD TO HIM York .Herald. ;