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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK DAILY JIKUALD Monday. June 15, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD -top-r -Published by the Lethbridge Heraid Publishing Co.. Ltd. every at Itt office. Sixth Lsthbridge. Alberta. Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and PHONr: Editorial. Reportorial. and DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES l rw.r, delivered T'year. by mail... .6 months, delivered.... .12.00 S delivered.. mail 1 -month, delivered....._.J5c 5 juonths, by nail Jcb Depts. I Addresses as often asv but, both dresses. tauist old WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eifcht or more and contains a summary of tfce news.orche week. localv and district. l year in advance ....11.50 3 in Cross Book Si ere. J. G son Co-., Jackson o vote in the school i.yo-eif-.-tioii tomorrow. it is sln-uld vote, death of Carrie Nation removes tile- jitoff..iitn'riiijr and ph-t estate characters in America, While very few approved her ni- fliods. doubted the siiu'enty o'f lier purpose. It would hard os- tunafe the 'amount of uood result s I'-assano has am hi f ions 10 its in t P. carsiioj's. rh-' sorr of spirii thai In, :Up iiufociani rcsotiirfs destine a'tained for the was so tnnch in all ins to Hiit t ier to buiiu ;L imo thv nonii .'-suiiviir of irs 'uond-s per cent1., proves rhe Sif- was v.jst- i'n threat coutraei. ailed i'or a ct'in, piiar- irncst. Why pay or over for Lakeside lots when buys lots adjoining block on the west, on terms of cash, balance per month? Only a few left oderh Eight Room House on Duffenn Street terms i-he men who will uuies of dek-vMes to l lie coir.v so.MaU-d Koards of 'i'-inada arc ainonu'lh ti.ii of their- respecii' niueh ro its reputation i- cities. Easy 50 x 142 1-2 Block 3, Duff Addition, on Burdett Short time only A London jtn a verdict ar-eot ll is to establish. It a jury on'ins to "'.he a dtiniseroas be much. N in :ii business :nen enten.a.ine ide; bratr- the .'sideriim the erection of i to Lord next year iTOO'.i of hoi settletiicu jiist given a wur-id's fair to ct.de- atontinienr That is a the. man w education, a o-fi'icers 'nity 'and "associations But k. i? import-: to i'eal the Uiat every elector possibly no .feeling of'north agviinsi sonth or do so should stet and cast his aaHiiisi. north, just because it 'bailor. The educational interests oi happens .that1 ?Jr. Xinimons live? this city are very important, and of the, track and Mr. c'lrise.ti? wii! serve rhe city well by jte.i'tl; it. Let the better he showing sufficient interest to poll j-'.csen regardies-? of anything c-3se taeir rote? for the whom they ins personal rr.d consider best fitted to fill the posi-'tet every'voter vote. reason of; Hon. John says nd business :ib- istjcs of (he Krisish govern is' better r'itred that eighty rw cent, of thr Tliere should be from go to rhe the rate at which the John Herron, M. P a> last come Vmt resardins position on the recipri He wii! accept th0 dj( sritnents, and of tills jiosition. derstand why lie slio party in. rheir Mis excuse that he v.; to come before the j- cienrA !t looks as thonjjh lie were try- j in? to accomplish Uiv impossiide Ceat of rid-ini: two horses at once, or .like the ancient Roman Janut. face both ways at once. Then- is nnly one Colonies At fora politician niienuJts such -.troportioii to Ji fear. Estate What Others 'Think J[ I F TKK Grand. Trunk Pacifit: cides to us? the big C. r bridge, a? undoubtedly they the risht 10 do upon terms t La- car: be arranged under the law j.-ro- vidius- for such things, ''an effort shifujci be made by the city to Lav- a 'iiiic 'union station hnilt that tvii! he US-PI! by the G. T. P.. rhe C. P. R. and rlie f. X. R. i't is contrnir to the principle and practice of 'he P. R. Lethbridge Union Station .je. ctued iu as man.v pans, af the P eity -be dei'iilediy inconveni- ent, to say .the'.l-easr. .It- -.vould that, the city would be cur r.p lines ranninp- in all directions. crossings, tbeir arteudaiit daagers, or exuetisive sri'i- .ro overcome these dangers. As a niarrer of business it would be a consiaiu course of loss to business tMtfh. the sracionti and freiiiiit sheds in different parts of the citv Indeed It Is f.Mugrath Pioueerl A farmer renuu-ked day r.har. ail- he had to do to si: "under his- own vine :ind tree" and watc a newspaper minutes the kid rhe offi'.'e oat coiirnist is suit-ring', isn't it? Xo sane person coiUd very w-efl thai even if such a promise'had' made, and no promise tmtde. it had any: real effect, npon the The electors of Gloichen voted Mr. McArth.ni- they M-'tich in hrmrand SiftoB, and because were dissadefied wiih the erratic finer of .Mr. Rilev. "Just por a Joke Not _ 4 v to join wu.h oilier- companies in build- The '.-city H.u-horines. do well ro staoas. but, it is a Harem Skirt tie Free Press, i :nadc ont of a skirt, irt police court a few It, have been one in the stun to work early ou the proposal to those oKi-fasbumed skirts of generous ranee of to prove to them a union station Kven if the the advisability of doiij.s. so in the C. -P.-R. enter snch an o.r It certainly jr. should be a verv would be a., great ben-fit to rhe people Oifficnlt matter to .set the other two of this city. To have three stations Jo-.companies to'do so. The Test (Xew Yorj-; "s Diogejies sea man. will advenipetbat his summer :6rr has mostntitpes." explained the for an hon- OWNERS OF Suite P.O. Box 1979 BuUding Phone 1291 T IS indeed resrettable that the must ae union men aad the coal opera- it tors have been unable t'o reach c'uil niarter, -if agreement by which the mines could, be opened for work while the remainder of the investigation is iie- Disagreement Regrettable IT IS indeed rearettable that the must ae inflicted on every boo v i- union men aad the coal opera- U should no-t be a diffi- rhe miners and oper- ators have any desire whatever ro .have the mines operating, to make an arrangement by which wh; are finallv in-c jng made, hvery day the mines are aobiv ?m rh V ,tne rime ttie nunes start- itfle .means thousands of dollars of led. apd at thai .time whatever final- loss to the miners and operators, as :cial -differences there are could "v as .the general public. The pub- ;Sood by-th-e iwo parties to each lie cannot understand why it is that'other.-' Dr. Gordon is to eommend- the coniendiE- parties cannot, arrive ed for his earnest endeavor ro effect at some arrangement under which'a resumption'of work and operated. Of he 'will continue 'bis effort? Mi'th'v course, they are not possessed of airline. One thing- is certain, rhar bolh the fasts, bat from what is known by com ending parries are losin- the svm- .the public it does seem foliy for the pathy of the Public 'who feefthat parties TO. take such unreasonable in wests are being disre-ard- wrions that such jrreat loss and snf- in the stand taken. i rernie Lands It (Fernje Free Press.) The Gordon Xail defin- itely decided to locate iu Feruie. This unreliable, 'hut.'' since -.men in hobble a every other paper in rhe West has lo- raied this conceru own com that- vre should no Of Course s-J.-urg "See hers-." said toe Dressmaker. "your "car .steps ore -too high VVhrtr's to be '6el atepff-V' A' Anti-Reciprocity Threats O LAMENTS having faiiwi t.o of the West, they cannot r.onrince the Westt-rn farm- -admit that has been wfar.Hv rhar they should nhandou or chiefly at of the ens of millions by of acres of land jriven ro the companies, -and-, by whsr the East wouid consider unreasonable freight and rHtes to their allegiance ro the recipVoi-itv HZ- TI J -by- hai'iji Eastern papers are starting to nsf. threats. The Sentinel, of Tor- tke organ of rhe Orange order. and, as such, beine used ;by Grand Sproiile. Conservative inem- and -passense i Gleichen V.'asn't Fooled I iCri'igarv A.lbertan.) The Calgary-.'Herald says that, the ;eiectors of CMetdien were deceived ;in tLe last bye-election by1 the prom- ise of a riemonsirafion fann in Gleich- 'en, and voted for "the and then ihe'-government; 'did not place t.he demonstration farm there. Therefore, the Herald says, .the electors of Gleichen should rise ;up and get revenge. Thp jirsumem is petty and .ridiculous, it is iininie -.becaujse no promise was ever made -by iir." .M.c- Arth-.ir or any of the members of the ia-overnment. which was nor-fulfilled, i' ft -is and the sratement. a serious reflection upon the electors of Gleichen. In other words, the Her- ald say? .that, t.he voters were bribed some person without any author-i jsovernmeni can- i iribe Stork 'Dallas send the babies by children a straia. as we loads are lifted a "crane't-.'- Afrs. Glliet (over rhe "r i 'want 10 complain of a mistake in our i order." t'aterer: was .Mrs. Giliet: "There was a little ice cream iu that; salt "you sent ber for East Grey, and his deputies, .vide the railway companies witn -no-e Tom rtanac-. Sam Hughes. Sani .nB-- ;znoaej. to kei-. and otner members I actually snPll-niOrp irs are in control of rue Orange or- iteloymeni than has riia Th aer. copes thinly and says that rhe and i. tr.e versists in its adherence ;kind> mnsit ihal a to j-eciprodty a.uainst the wish of the h people of t.he F.asten> pan..of Canada. of whicb. in their opinion. ?'S ?on'' IS going rmck to Hast. Kaw "as donh-riess provided members to pare down the Iieneflt money to be spent by rhe Dominion Parliament for the development of rhe bv Ton- Toronto, rh 'position on the p-m ity to vote for v.h dictate, sad they accepted the .'and votnd for rhe .arovernr.ienr. .date. Gieichen cdeotnrs are irietter stuff l.hau that. In rhe third place the sta'tertient is Tidirnlous. The accusation is ;the demonstration' farm to be' placed ar Gieiohen. that time, the -pohcy crenritiK demoncrration farms had not been decided Tlien. again, arcordint: to the eharae. su'.i'.e was t.o Sweet oranges ;were latredusod ia- Bu, could r find: to Europe by in were not in riew. Culture of this a tome, woman, lei] me, am T -blind? :'great industry in Florida aud- irrormng.t.saw cosmos here. nia since 'Aiul. ,.aiid asters waxing STrong-." 2 loudly cried, she replied, dear, -have I done' something r.dls-me -that T an An .awful, awful horrid word: ft may be so. f_do not knov.', I don't rem-ember occurred. T only know that, iare that night. She begged forgiveness for her deeds; Arvd. siie rernarked to me: "My dear, they lookeo so much ilke j added by Auachareis, in 592 B. C. It is that they forged in England in ST8 'Mr, Whitelaw; Heid to Buckingham Londomg of Taxes were first le he original Ai heuisn 4i; H. C. York.- gave a- dinner tary to the ;on Saturday at country place, i Harbor -'j.jt by lowed by a cotillipn and (or j which: several invited 7. isual s a crude way of of i on a cajivsascr, I- indeed a- hopeless cause that can- 'pro: ;not rely or. reason and argument. ;ind tn s must resort to coarse threats. The Til" like another Kasterr, ,'iev has i tbjn are preparwi io ay of providing money for the dt- him in his position. rroni Calgary to Brooks. More than ed the Xew tire Brook- half of rhe voters reside in Calory. Bridge waiting for trolley cars. in- An elderly lady, red. in the face; and tussy; due her elbows into :oir.enient .ribs, irrespective of own-- maa on hf-r left, was.th.-2 re- nt of a particularly vicious jab. yelled at Trim, H- winced slightly, am! moved to side. too. and th'nnned vigorously on the back. siie persisted, make fl'ty difference whi-h of these cars i3Ke to (Jreenwood i Xor to me. madam." hft ajvswored, i sitpprn- rhrciich ;in opaiun-ry in crowd. -Ladieii' Home .lotirnai. We have in stock a large assortment of Specialties in letrees of all kinds itot hack dollar for the voters here would not be in- An for ai] it has thus tlio prondse of ;i ter.- i rhere is farm Jo be locnred 'c.otr i: remembered. Thp seventy miles east of And >rs. provinces hfheve Langdon. Strath- win pr-fatiy tncreaso Brooke, and alt of -hr- per and thereby enablf towns wojild u'ot. be 'infliieuced ;.Sfip great denl more jr.onev favor? offered to filriviir-n 1 H farmer i .1 o-ilv district tnat be so in- !one es t reci.nrocitv wii! a would he and din- t 'Si' Easr a? well as for trier, of Write for our discount sheet WESTERN CANADA AGENCY LTD. PHONE 712 and tnct. 1216 1st AVENOE SOUTH; ;