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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE'DAILY HKKAL1) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Depts. Published by the Lethbrldgc Hsraid Publishing Co.. Ltd., ever? lawful evening at its office. Sixth street, Lethbridge. Alberta, W. A. Managing Director and Editor. PHONE- PHONE: Editorial Advertising 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I jear, delivered J4.00 1 year, by mail S months, delivered S2.00 6 montQS by mail 3 months, delivered: month, delivered 35c S months. by mail Addresses as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more and summary of tie news of the week, local and district. l year in advanco 3 months, in advance. ...50o (j aonUis, advanco iu iVivance ....75s Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra. Hotel. People's Drug Store Co.. K- W. Hamilton. Pinsher D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, E. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook. B. Atchisoa. L. Relnecke. Grassy Tugnam. Diamond City Drug Co. Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co- Brown 219 4th St. Aiso on ail C. P. R. Trains. have the laud broken and the build- sis erected. Any or quasi public holiday should be j proo.ln.nned in honor of the actual date of any sovereign's birthday. It'is beginning to look as though the l City Council was going to svt the pub- lic library bylaw before the ratepayers some time in the not very distant, fut- ure. The time bus already boon too and the more quickly the vote is brought on the better the eit- ixcMis will bo pleased. The council has a commend- abU- thing in taking steps to luive the squatters' shacks rv moved from along railway trtu'l the of pi trains a very of the city. POT_ Summer Joys Senator in'mi after-din- ner speech in Imliauaoolis, said of the summer: "The Bummer has Us delights, bat it also has its drawbacks. I heard t b They have been one woman say to another the other inu the people on day: imU'MM'ui'le huprts-' "'My husbait'i is spoken. He calls a spade a spade.' ___ 'So does mine.' said the other wo- man; "but decline ro repeat ivhut lie calls a 'awn mower.' The citizens o'" I.cthbridge should lay their private, as well as plans to make Coronation Day one to be remembered in the city. should be not only a on which to have a big time, but also one to establish aud increase the spirit of loyalty in the people. Why It Kurt to Wait After ha vine; shipped li gallons of Soistiipool sea water, and having nar- rowly escaped colliding with the iron work of a pier. Alpy rested on his ours and gazed into the beautiful eyes of his companion. he cried, recklessly, "I you marry She dropped her eyes aud save a blush; then she replied in a flutter- ing, flustering- voice: "This is so sudden.- Alsy Give roe a little while to think it over." I he said, resuming 'his There were no local firms tendering'robins landwards. you on. the big city contracts, and of ne- mind if 1 give it to you on shore, cessity. outside of the matter of price, dearest? This cost? a dollar an the work was given to outside firms, Answers. Whoever does it, the result will be _____ T.IM thinks 'hat a Jew is just as much entitled u> promotion in the American army as anyone else. He Ix-Meves that merit should be the de- ciding consrkifration in such This is jus" anoiher thing that indi- cates the size and character of the chief magistrate of the great Republic. Why pay or over for Lakeside lots when f. buys lots adjoining block on the west, on terms cash, balance per month? Only a few left Fully Modern Eight Room House on Dufferin Street Easy terms 50 x 142 1-2 Block 3, Duff Addition, on Burdett Short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The First Aid by Policeman TtlRST AID to the injured is a in the army. The package is H important thin? for everyone to j neat, and handy, and fits conveniently .he puttillg of n considerable amount j know, and serious efforts the policeman's It con- beine made'to make it senerally known tains a tourniquet for stopping hem- orrhages, bandages and other simple or I110ney into ciivuiation. pmons those whose speciaii.. u e jappliances, together witn printed frequently place them in a position to The are in. render it when required. Seattle po- stnicted and drilled in ilie use of these His Troubl- Was Double A story is goine the rounds of !one of the young organization men The Winnipeg Telegram had a full.who is frequently absent from his page of Letb.0ridge, with home on "politics." His wife has known for a long excellent cuts in its.issue of last liceraen are now supplied with outfits j things, and it is believed that their be-1 By -..gtafr buc the incs. package of the kind provided the sol- j lost. An Apostle of Unity TTOX. FRANK OLIVER is a great j must come to the couclus'cn t'iat vhe H apostle of the interdependence interests of one pan of the country and unity of the various parts j are inseparably joined to those of of this widely extended Dominion, (every other part. The stronger this all its diversified interests. In I Deling of unity and interdependence i becomes, the stronger and more pros speecn he makes as a; annual jperous will the country become. On public man he impresses this fact canot to Columbia: on the people, and is thereby doing j-We liave no need of nor can Xo- ___3 service in counteracting the in- V-L Scotia say to Manitoba- "We can a tew who are trying to GO without nor can Aloeria snv i and provincialism, of Quebec, "We do not need con- i Fridu; It. v.-as supposed to be "written time that he was very busy with pol-. and then the recent campaign more occupied. Tho she came down town with while they were riding I Herald would be delighted if a hun- a street car a woraan came iu dred papers would do the same at the 'fehe passed him, and went to the tront i he thanKs ot the people ot Lsthbndge _ ,of the car still sf.inna. she are one the Telegram for this free and Real Est extensive advertising. Qtkers ,vto makes any study what- sider you." All are pans of one whole ever the conditions ot" this country and all hav? r.eed for c'.ic.i other. Names Not Counted Sydney Record. The census enumerators will get five cents for each name. This does not include the names they will be called when they get under way with their 74o questions. took her seat she fsstened her eyes en the young man with a most aston- j ished expression. i look at that woman staring ar you." said the- politician's.' wife, j is i John did not answer. is repeated his wife, j "Explain to rne who she is." I "You keep still." said John. "I'll' have enough trouble explaining who j you are to her.'1 Canadian Gold Coinage rriHE CANADIAN MINT will soon of getting American money be turning out gold coins. The i before or exchange when _ -design has been, approved, and'one has crossed the line. The fact j els of grain in the Canadian West this it will not be long .before the gold five {that in American gold coin j year. Deserved Compensation "Booth Tarkington is very difficult to please in matters said 4i iamou's Philadelphia novelist. "Tar-; kiagton was visiting me hero during' Suite 115 Sherlock "Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 There's 3 Reason London Advertiser. They are talking of bush- the rim of one of his plays, and after j dinner one evening- sauntered to j It, is easy to understand-why so (the theatre. and ten dollar gold pieces will be in j was in. the hands of the Canadian Re-j few people in the West object to fhejnot know us. and for some huje times circulation. The coins will be of the ceiver-General at the end of last, year, same size and value as the American j shows the great demand for gold mon- gold pieces, and of the same denomin- ey in Canada. Gold money is nice to ation, and, for that, reason, will pro-1 get, to hold, to handle, and do busi- bably be accepted across the line with ness with. There are not many people out any dificulty or discount. This Jin this country who will make the mis- will be a handy thing for people going jtake of passing out a gold piece in mis- opening of new markets for Canadian The Farmer's Hired Man f Winnipeg R. L. Borden is salaried by the peo- ple of Canada, like a Cabinet .Minis- PECULIAR AND PERTINENT with you shake hands you will up the home plot as nothing else could Sugar alone will sustain life for a marry. ;have done. But the .doorkeeper t.me_ To drop anything shows that visit- if it. should be-a coarse if a refused to let us in. Finally, though, j Cape Colony produces three-quarters jors are coming Tarkingtpn's identity was established jof The world-s diamonds. comb- a woman wil1 come; and -we were conducted to a stage! .______ comb it will be a man. The Coronation is a public event! "The performance wasn't up to j thai, even a reporter's card can't break much. Tarkington fidgeted in chair and at the end of the first act' Berlin's comparative freedom i smoke is due partly to the use of fuel ;briquettes. Thirty per cent, of the invention of the pneumatic tamper for ramming down paving'stones, has fin" 'followed close on the heels of the self- cranking arromobile, and now if j someone will trot out the automati- cally buttoning shoe, and the' frock that laces in front, we can reduce the frightful list of long-felt wants. into the as Vt will obviate the take for" a silver or copper coin. I It is novel, but it is a fact. There suggested that we go. On our way Out of 1000 families in Germany, 173 j ooal fuel consumed in the city and sub- 7 I I ..___ _ ._ .-_-___ j_______; _ _ i _ _ _ _ T i--____ iir'Kfr hi'jTH'-M K ft cm at f oe Prepare for the Editors DURING the summer Lethbndge desirable class of people to come from will be visited by at least two Great Britain to Canada. The news- parties of newspaper men. A j paper men from the Old Country can dozen representatives of British much towards accomplishing this a body, and about j object. But they come to this coun- jfore, when the farmers ask him to lout I saw my ilustrious friend peering keep servants, us againsi in is brown coal briquettes. meet them they are simply talking to j anxiously about the lobby. (land. lone of rheir salaried sen-ants. pers are coining in two hundred editors from the State of Ohio are coming in a special train. try with very little definite knowledge of it, and are coming to learn. There are many facts concerning this coun- Fine Type of Man (Calgary Albertan.) The Gleichen riding, the city of Cal- gary, the province of miss the whole-souied. shrewd A. J. Me Arthur. We cannot nave too 'What are you looking I said. Tin said Tarkington, 'forj When a man mentions you for pub- that chap who wouldn't let .us in, I ]ic office as a joke, it's hard to see want to give York Press. him a quarter.'" Newkhe joke. These visits will be very important, j try fiml appeal particularly to Eric- as everyone recognizes the great influ-jishers, and in the matter that is given ence of the press in giving correct, im-j these men for consideration and use pressions of a country, and in correct- j in their writings to their papers, par- ing those that are erroneous. Then, jticular. care sho.uld rmer King Stanislas of Poland, i Born in in Lorraine, at the age j of fivo he was 22 inches nigh, and at j his death in L7R4, inches. He was neither physically nor mentally ac- j five. Once Count. Borowlaski visited I him. and he became so jealous of the j superior manners and intel- that, he attempted to demonstration farms under way. Armors the anniversary of the reigning throw his visifor into the fire, but rangements are already being msde to sovereign's no public holi- was prevented bj the household. We have in stock a large assortment of of all kinds Write for our discount sheet WESTERN CANADA AGENCY LTD Wholesale Jobbers and Importers PHONE 712 1216 1st AVENUE SOUTH ;