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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE i uesciay, line LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridce Heraid Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful at office. Sixth ttreet. Alberta, Can- W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: PHONE: Advertising I Circulation, and News 1224 Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delivered 14.00 1 year, by mail I months, delivered g u b maU S months, delivered 11.00 I month, delivered 35e .1 S. iron'.hs. by noil "3 Xd'Jresses changed as often as flwirtd, >it fcoib. ae-.v and old ad- dresses in use 'be fivan. WEZKLY HERA'LD Published every Wednesday in eijthCor pajcos. and contains i summary of lie newa of the local and district- 1 year ia advance Biootiu, in Red Cross Druj BooK Store. G. "Robert- son Co.. Jacisnn Cepe. Alexandra Hotc-I. PeopU's Drv-s Store Macleod Young Co., -R. W. Hamilton. THE DAILY HERALD.'POF. 3AI.E AT 8. D. L. AlcCrca. WestJake 3ros. Carttslon Albe'na Drug 'Book Co. "Fcrnir. B. Percy BeaL Reinecke. Tugnam. XJiamond City Drug Co- Vancouver. B. C. World News Co. Browo 1 ft -IS; 4i.Il ot. Alio on ill C. P. R. Are hyi gen- triet...tributary. The distance from >rally when there Is something to be hot about. The polls tire open until Sfven o'- clock tonijtht for the school trustee; If you have not voted yet, ,sct a move on and cast your bal- lot. Taber will be about -L' i A prominent American manufactur- er says tba; in ten years win have a population of fifty or sixty thousand, if (lie present crop pros- peers materialize it will beat out his prophecy by about two years, A. B, Lowe, of St, Louis. Mo'.. preM- cienr of tlie Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, speaking at Ottawa, prais- ed. thr vriiiitrux act. and said ih-u the United States sliouio have such a law. ;He should Hiuhorjry. ''Just por a J Here and Everywhere (Boston Transcript.) Miss Turkey a woman idoesn't know her husband till aflcr she's married him. Mrs. mention Turkey j especially? instead of.havius a series revolutions in republics, it is -now oue pranct one rhat-wiU aniount to soraething. .If it resujis in all .-uniting large republic with some- sta- bility and pence it u'in be. a good The New City Engineer The Canadian people are sorry that the report, that Kins George would visit Canada on his way home irom India is untrue, but they hope that they may have the "privilege .and plea- sure of entertaining: him royally at some future date. There is a rous- welcome waiting for him whenev- er lie may come. 31K. H. the City made an excellent choice of a city engineer. If experience in a pro- gressive city counts' for he _. 'ot18 of Thougntful Dad (Kansas City Journal.) "1 see you mail your son all ths baseball "1 him to forget his na- tive Janguajre while fooling around thin .Coronation." What We Send Cut glass comports and pickle dishes. Berry spoons, with lead insides. These, along with heartiest wiehes. Are just the things for our sweet June brides. Justice Harlan Pro nouoced It. It is told of Justice Harlan that one day he was playing: a match with a noted Washington preacher. The preacher was not an expert at. the game, and his temper was sorely tried 'over the fact that he plowed "up the jturf almost every time he swung ithe .ball. Finally, in desperation, he made a. particularly vlscious swipe and smash ed his club. For full half a minute the preacher stood looking at -the 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 Fully Modern Eight Room House on Dufferin Street Easy terms j 50 x 142 1-2 Block 3, Duff Addition, on Burdett Short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 until the domime By singing to him and' engaging him j hundred Jin a same of- cards.- a .woman in i .pd, and Mr. Merryweather no iHelena so charmed a; burglar that he has hid to face all the problems jdid not'roh her house as He. had .ne caused- Jusuce ajuf difficulties That he will ever If some1 women "were tOjlan ly be. compelled to face and solve in catch a bundar in the house and at him. and then he charm him by singing.- he would iremarked solemnly: "Doctor, that is the most profane silence I-ever listened i Eagle. served so Ion? in to should be among the best, for thirty capacity, it can be taken for not wait a minute, either to play cards years' experience in charge of the city granted that he is a man of mature i or rob the house. engineering department, of a city like -j judgment, -as-well as of thorough and j Denver. Colorado, should surely give ;.witiesprend-knowledge. If he has giv- a man all necessary qualifications to'en.siicb. satisfaction 10 the people oi be city engineer of a city like Letfr- -Denver that "he could hold tbe position bridge. ..During that, from a The Conservative party in N'ova Scotia tried to atUck, the provincia.1 government on the reciprocity policy long: it .is not unsafe to predict jof the j.-ederaj government' but found "Pop" Triplett lives on rhe banks j of the Sh'enauUuah river in the vaiiey j of Virginia, and makes it a ibusiness j to house fishing parties, and tell them H period Denver has jthac he can satisfy the of Leth- I out that thev could make no headwav tv nf fift-r I brid-e 'stones or his performances when he t. 01 tiny i.nousana ]n sucil an as reciprocity is m I 4 i favor down bv the sea. They then a youn? man' I-Vn Frank Trmr ivoted tbeir aUack Provincial mat- -a Hon. frank -Lour [ters wjrh mccMg .these excursions Pop: ON. FRANK OLIVER is to ad- W allowed to go imchai- jgeen in the electioQ re-saUs tomorrow. >Uere -vou a tighter when a series of sii j .and unexplained.. it is only j ;you were a young man? Did you ev- reasonab'le to' expect that they would I _ 'e.r do nuicn leadin replied Pop. in a voice by marty years ou in Southern Alberta, and his topic will .be the'reciprocity J make many, converts. The govern- f agreement. The Conservative press to what it be- __ [lieves to the best interests of the vvm muu nis" lcan that I am a small man, but m i has been asking u-hy n is considered naUon if they did not do some. -River Instead of passing tbe'town two time l tbe greaiesc fignter -n j necessary ?or him to speak on the [thing- to strengthen the people in jmiles away is graiifymg. No railroad ;the south> andVl don-t reckon lhere j subject in the .West, when it is claim- [their -reciprocity belief, and give them d be lo pfss so close as jwas anybody in 'the' north swift en- __ ______ _. the ed-by the government that the people treasons -to prove the faith that they P to a msuP-jOUgh to trim: I- was in the Con- in Ibis pan, of Canada are. EO strong .K.'is "not an attempt on the jenLble engineering difficulties. The federate army, and down near Peters- Error government merely to car-jpeople, of a Iburg. there was a fellow in another r. D aj. ly. rn favor of the agreement. _. _ ___ ______ __. ofi repealed comes to regarded r.s ;ry-Its' point, -but it is a patriotic for comPlamt against the C. truth, even bv average thinkins men. ;-deavor tojiave carried into effect a. jR' for gomg to j opponents of reciprocity, which they believe will mean !to cheir lown; Wflith is only, three or j nrzing tbar. the West is the greatest prosperity of the mi'es awajr- sironghold of thst policy, have been this "reason, Hon. Frank Oli- making a clecermined attempt to of the Western dermice that belief in tbe people of' provinces "inJthe government, is com- tbe prairie provinces.-and will con-ling., his people to defend and tinne to do so. For that reason R. Tj.'fadvpcate the policy the government Borden, ihe Conservative leader, will adopted "and prove to tbe people make a speaking- tour of tbe "West. If thatjrhe statements and arguments oJ Qthers fhink tlie statements and arguments made their opponents are untrue and un- by him and other Conservative speak- icuiid. The farmer's Nervous Strain T THIS time of the year, rhe ;not seriously affect an oat crop. Crops of alfajfa, timothy or other fod- der are_ not to the same ad- verse coEilitions that grain crops are. ness man in the country has to suffer. stock can.' live and thrive fairly A Don't Be Too Sure (Macleod Advertiser.) Mr. Herron wfll.vqte POR reciproc- ity if it, ever gets to ;the voting stage in Parliament. .So why worry about the case of the-raember for Macleod? there ?giment bullying all his comrades. sent for. me to beat him up. "I met him in a little village. He iwas about six inches out didn't scare -tne- I hit him once on ithe point of the jaw, and 'broke his 'face in. I hit him so hard that be jfell clean across the street and into a doctor's office. j "He didn't have to move to have Ithe bones -Magazine. Securities Investments OWNERS OF 1 1 Sherlock Building farmers of Western are undergoing a. Canada, nervous strain such as no other class of busi- Even- one of thejb looks TO see the condicions rnat would Kind Werdt for the (Grassy Lake -Pilot.) Grassy Lake certainly gets -good ad- vertising in Lethibridge..through The Herald. This tends to draw our peo-' to that city as a centre, although uA-ay. smallest cloud appear, on ihe horizon ?raJT1 aRd profitable to-see if the needed rain Ms 'coming, and vegetables can be [..Medicine Hat is not further or ?o fear that the rain that, is not under -conditions that would [Business men should take needed will come to the detriment of grain.'a failure. When a farm- j every ppporfunity to -boost the town his crops. The thermometer is ipjesis hisr ajl in a grain crop he district, and eriy watched is not too below freezing at night. His anxiety j the man invests what he has in is. justified, for the weather de- variety.6f agricultural crops stands pends almost wholly his success or ;a Sood_chance of getting at least a liv us is eag- "-luiv uc iana Qistrict, ana ill- JjetnoriQ to sec that rhe weather ;stands to lose it if the conditions, gives the opportunity. r. by day or going down w-earthjrjafe. "unfavorable: while _. ithe ma.n w.ho invests wha.r ha has. in i. I Thinks li.Likc Orillia (Orillia The Lethbridge, Alta., Herald of them even though ten thousand people in Great failure for the year. One hot day r.oo out of mucii may rnin his prospects of a fine should make- others j Britain have incomes'-of over crop, or one day., too much rain may j complete failures. ja year. JT, would be interesting- 10 do the same thing. One hoi. wind may Grain farming is a gamble in which 'know'how inany'.of them get shrivel all bis nrospects make J the farmer" stands to make all '-It might ber still mor-; ruin stare him in the face. jnothing, but that is not good business, (.interesting to kTiow how .'many But is the farmer justified in sub-i It it safe 'to-say that, even with the -men; with large. incomes' tu the niitting himself to this nerve-racking splendid prospects there are-this year Northwest work-'anything- ntji'e tiitn strain? He would if there were'of getting grain, crop, there their Jawv no way to avoid it. But there is a is not a farmer or a farmer's wife way of redlining this worry, if. indeed, .would .feel a great deal-more secure! Inteniive. Firmrnj Necetwry- fT-aper.: Mr. Alt. Rawlins; of; 12-19. near Sun if one crop is. In other words, the'or a good flock of poultry, or a field dial, was in Taber 'on Tuesday? When farmer w.ho in for mixed farm- or roots- and -vegetables.- They [questioned as .to crop .conditions, Mr. Ing is in a much more secure position would pfeel 'that though, they j.Rawlins said. "I never saw themv bet- than the one who goes in for grain make a' fortune if "is uri-'ter.' 'A note ought raising exclusively. The weather that favorable, at least have a'to fee aouhdsd" against' fh'e ptaCTiCe of will completely ruin a wheat crop may yood i (planting, more, .Uiait -can ;be [properly.taken If-farmers .'would-plant less-acnsiijje the 'ground in proper condition' tie weeds 'would not get such a'hold, an the cot entirely removing it. The system and less worried, if-he liad'some-'live- is to so farra that ail will not be lost stock, pr a fiei.d of alfalfa pr .timothy. Swat the fly. Make Letbbridge a spotless town. .to make campaign !Conservative party ;yield would be just literature for the Bawling considers, as does ev- in Canada. Jery settler Southern Alberta that jhe is in the cream of the n-heat The thunderstorm last night wag a jtry. and is ?oing ahead., tilling his A man was drowned at Blagovie- of a lick, and a promise. A food farm in the most approved methods. ihicliensk, Russia. He tried to awal- fall fruition of the promise will no, be >nd erecting conven- Ipw the word and it swnm.ped him. ;regretied. jient buildings thereon." 7 During the co.nverMtiton'.tTne .matter King George is going to visit Ire-: The- reciprocity agreement is hav- of mail service .At present land on July He should postpone it. harder road to travel in the Un-Jth'e mail for Sundial goes to Leth- IL week and get into a real live Or-iited'States .fco'ngress than it has had bridge, thence to Turin, before it. ev- icge scrap for the occasion. the Canadian Parliament. ' reaches Sutduf. "A post of- j 'fice will in the 'near -future be main- j from ,the far-fetched com- The provincial elections in Nova tain H at the residence 'of Mr. nent made by some Britigh journals are said to be very Quiet. This JReason. on 17-! 2-18, the mail romin 3n the utterances of Sir Wilfrid Laur- jii'hould be considered as an indication Direct from Taber, Vhich will give one would think they were trying that the people nre satisfied with the much better service to a large dis- GETTING THEIR BUMPS Some of the protectionist anti-reci- proeity members of the House of Com- mons are-already getting their bumns, preliminary, let every freedom-loving citizen hope, to defeat when the elec- tors get after them at the ballot-box. The Kingston Whig is to hand with a report of a meeting held at Wolfe Island, Ont.. where the electors placed themselves as being in fa- vor of the reciprocity agreement and opposed to the stand taken in tbe W. Edwards. The Whigs report says: House 'by their representative. Dr. J. "The building was filled to the doors. Addresses in opposition to the reciprocity, -agreement were given by Dr. Edwards, M. P., for Frontenac, Co.; Andrew Broder. M.P.. for Dundas, and in of ihe agreement by D. D. Rogers, ex-M.P. for Frontenac .Qounty, and Grant GrimshVw, of .Wolfe Is- land, .both, of Vhpm made strong speeches fayoring the pact. first speaker, had H very difficult time in securing a .hearing. tie endeavored to set forth :his. arguments against the- reciprocity agreemem. ques- -'-tionsi were; fired at him from all -..over.--the: haJI." The.chairman did -bisi best co-keep order, but as-if Bedlam itself had broken _' loose. .Finally, Mr.' Broder was i'ompo'lled.Ho take seat, and cut bis speech somewhat shorter than" he expected.- Giimshaw seif, as .a. farmer, working for the one comtnoin good: '-He gave" Mr. Broder a rap. saying: "I farm the farm, he" farms' the farmer.' is not came from Mr. Broder. 'I work in the field. You had better withdraw that 'I will not withdraw re- marked Mr. Grimshaw. "As to the manufacturer and hie complaint the farmers all- ibai i bey should have a further, cut in the cost of their machin- ery. 'Sure we came from several in the audience. "Reciprocity would bring about a lower price for the farm, ma- chinery, and why should not the farmer take advantage of it? "Mr. Grimshaw, at, the close of his address, considered that it was an opportune time for the secur- ing of the feeling of the meering on the question, and this 'was taken before he resumed his seat He asked for a vote of all who were opposed to tbe stand taken by Dr. Edwards on the reciprocity question, and almost ihe entire audience, with the exception of about half a dozen, or perhaps less, gave their vote in opposition 10 the stand taken by Dr. Ed- wards, at the same time giving their approval of the reciprocity agreement. "Cheers followed, and it was some time before order was re- stored. It was one of tbe biggest nights in the history of Wolfe Is- land, and one long to be remem- bered. "Air. D. D. Rogers said a great deal has been said about loyalty in discussing Ihe reciprocity ques- tion, but he wished to say that if Canada entered into the reciproci- ty agreement it would not. at all interfere with our loyalty. On the other hand, it wo.uld tend to make us more loyal. "If reciprocity does not carry, I will sell my said Mr. Rogers. The speaker coulrf not understand why there should be euch a strong opposition T.O reci- procity on tne parr, of some Con- servatives... He.said .that the last message A. Macdon- to con- tained hope that reciprocity wi'th'the-United S5ta'te.s would be realized. in- "Speaking on the loyalty ques- tion, Dr. Edwards stated that he not believe the agreement would -incerfer with the loyalty of the people.'However, we must not shut our eyes and neglect c.on >Ufe' agreement. parts of the country. Canada ..'Was" too good a country to give away. The people across the line-were nice people, and the speaker .thought deal of but when it came to trade he considered that Can- ada-had 'better paddle her own canoe." aiid Canada, -knowing- that g -ive ue a-.i-reeventran-t'e to "a mar- ket- of- -ninety-mi] people for our.; natjaijal.'' re- moval. of: the; dutieg, on Vproducta wiich ...we; from" them, thus' ..udding .pros- perity and of qur country; and beriefitting of people." ah -out and out' declared >H-. Cong'don at. of hia.'ad- dress, "ft is- this great _ I -welcome: re- ciprocity as "a., to than it ".would; .Qtherwjse have come- The opposing this pact, nor, because it will hurt their own. crade, :but because they realize that if the farmers of this The Whig contains the report of an- (country get reciprocity they, will want i other meeting held. at-Cataraguin. -also i Jin Dr. Edwards' constituency. A rao-jr tiori'- passed. favoring reciprocity, only one man voting against it. The resolution was as follows: "That this meeting of electors of the county of Frontenac desires to express their approval of the .proposed reciprocal trade agree- ment between the United States manufacturers who'-want: a of the trade markets. If the farmers of Western Canada follow the example of the fanners of Ontario, Mr. Border Mr.- Broder and other defenders of closed markets and protection will hear-some plain speak- ing. We have in stock a large assortment of in letrees of all kinds Write for our discount sheet WESTERN CANADA AGENCY LTD. Wholesale Jobbers and Importers PHONE 712 1216 1st AVENUE SOUTH' ;