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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIliGE DAIRY -HERALD Tliiii-Mlay, -Tune 15; 101 b by tht Htraid Publishing Co.. every lawful offiet, Sixth ttrtet, Can. W. A; and Editor. PHONE: PHONE: Circulation Job Rtportorlal. antf Ntwt 1224 PAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1 delivered........14.00 l year, by f monthK delrrered.....HOff f" months by mail......n.75 8 months, DJ 1 month, delivered.......36c' i by raail........Sao Addresses changed as often as doired, but both new and old ad- must given. WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday In eUfrt or more and summary of tie news of local and district. l year In advance ----11.50 months, in ndranct ....714 in Cross Drug BooX Store. J. G. Robert- son Co., Jackson Alexandra Hotel. Drug ft Co.. H. W. vHamilton. PI richer D. L. McCrca. Brot. Drue Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, 8- Atchltcu. L- Tiisruaon. Diamond City Drug jCo. Medicint Vancouver B. C. Wide Co. Browa 218 4th" St .Also' on all C. P. R. Trains! That rain lifted the spirits of every Southern Alberua, the farmer. I The People of the democratic Un- ited States are setting close to their I full. rights that, the Senate haa j decided that senators elected by. direct popular vote. POT a Joke" The Associated Boards of Trade convention is..MS good as a Sunday school picnic to bring rain. It would be a good plan to invite it here again when a dry yesr is expected. That the Associated Board of I Trade of Western Canada convention j is composed of "business men. was evi- i denced by the large amount of work i ihey got through at a single session, i Poignant are flic '.word's Too Late, Set tojfcl dreary tune. But boomiH's fate: Sadder the words Too Soon. Professor (Dallas' News.) The 'barber a .learned man, who clips your hair, f we finu, he always And 1S holds a. chair. Relief of an Amateur Soldier (New York Sun.) Damocles saAv the suspended by a hair. s their journey to interview William "The only comfortable he de- Why or did tliey take a roundabout iolared- I wear a blade gets route. i between aiy legs "and throws me." U'onder if that Calgary deputation travelled, through Medicine .Hat on Isn't it about time the .seats were i Set Apart placed along the side of Gait Park, j (Baltimore Sun.) under the trees. .Men. shouldn't have no prison bars you'll -find to sit.. on the grass, when the city !Tbe man a11 humankind, owns -lots of benches. should "Ret busy. Carmangay's Complaint 'AKiFAXGAT now has four trains the train runs. Xow that the reciprocity agreement j has got to the Senate, the American j people will settle down to con- i stant floAv of oratory" more or less reason in ir for Uie next six weeks. Great dooe for hot weather readme Somebocv trots'a baby on-his [And delight to see; (Who pets a dog, who loves a song, Will never go completely wrong. 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 50 x 142 1-2 Block 3, Duff Addition, on Burdett Short time only Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 The postal depart- three mails, no mail going up oh MbrifiayY -train. Very properly, the SunV the guardian of Carmangay's 'Interests, protests against the mail service. There is no rea- son why Carmangay should not have lour, mails a mail eTery day once. 'Towns like Barons, Noble and Garjnaugay on this -branch of the line'are big and progressive enough to a daily mail service, but when they can't get that, they should EG least have ipail on every passenger train.going there during: the week. The EDICINE HAT hasn't got the C. P. R, bled Calvary is cheered, and pre- 'diets that it has convinced the C. P. R. vto place the industry at can't be any crazier over real estate than they are now. the meantime the shops may be located llethbndge, Bassano or i Rear estate is ascending hourly at j Bow places are not say- if they don't get j my much., tjur. are making the C: the shops there -will "be a tumble that R. think a whole lot. Shops wreck men- who nave on the shops going there. If- Calgary gets the well they No Joke About This Colonel John H. Carroll, the big-j railroad lawyer, came out of his 1 .hotel in Washington, Hie other day. ,1'ed m the face and thumping the side- walk vigorously with his cane. "What's the matter, ask- ed a friend who inet him. replied Carroll. "Wliy, it has got so now in these hotels that it costs more for, tips .than it does for food and room. :This morning I sent Cinching the Suffragette Vote !a pair of shoes to be cleaned. The (Detroit Journal.) ;bcy brought up one shoe and a few -Theodore Roosevelt has been quot- 'minutes later another boy appeared ed in favor of woman suffrage, so i2 with the ,other each ex- they'd put it through jt once we pected Evening Qthers The Standard Securities Company sme Tories and Reciprocity CONSERVATIVE suf- ".IL fers from the deiusiop that in s 'tbe East it is united on. the ques- .tion reciprocity, but every day or so "This county of 'Haldimand pro-, duces each year large Tjar, barley, oats and other cereals, and, considering the close proximity know who would be Presraent. Probably a Cannibal Feast (Boston Cooking School Magazine.) At the luncheon which followed the ceremony the bride and groom were served upon some china that had graced her, grandparents' j wedding -more than seventy years be-' fore. i( iPost Real Estate and Investments j POTATO HiLL PHILOSOPHY (S. W.' Howe's Doctors understand "old age, they don't cure it. hut Women look as tough bicy- !e as they look wKe'n voting. OWNERS A Speech by Webster (Exchange.) The Rochester (N.Y.) Express i .The old fellows never enjoy the talk (about "young Nature and tells. It has ne- dug: op-Daniel Webster's speech to giected'no important secret, the men of that city 'the Plon. i_____ Dan had what is technically knows Every time a man gets on "war it do him jood to get in- tone of its adherents comes out into rthe open and argues for the freer ftrade measure, and then the beautiful .picture is shattered. W. H. Cherry, of Garnet. Ont the Tories won't think he is much of a >3eweL writes the Toronto as follows: "I have always been a Conservative., ijmd. cannot say that I still. siy stand, as regards the reciprocity agreement is decidedly in Nits favor, and when T say this I the sentiments of all the Liberals and a. majority of the Conservatives in "'this locality. All the well-read, prac- "tical, deep-thinking farmers ;he community-see at a glance that BMSL be derived Fn-a !he 'passage of the bill. Some few r have-not thought the matter out In oi- for themselves are kapt in v line "by the annexation-loyalty "hog- _ ey" and the glad hand of the county p; to the TJnlted States, the tearing: dowir as a snootful Gentlemen, said Webster: Men of Rochester, I-am glad to see i, M K u ,_ -v.OI1'and T to see your noble A occupies a prominent Gentlemen. I saw your falls, 'potion-has chance to make an T also renoyat, j which I am told are one hundred. Of himself everv! dav[ ing the old orchards m this fifty feet high. That is a very inter- "j Land with the removal of the-75 centetesting; fact. Gentlemen. Rome had Most mothers'seem'-to believe tnat arrel dutj. it win mean Uioiis-j her Ceasar, her Sclpio, her Brutus, but it is necessary to leaca toys Industry _ of dollars more adoed to the .Rome in her proudest days never had and girls idleness. farmers' pockets, when the occasion] a waterfall 150 feet high. t Gentle- j --._____ her Pericles, her Don't neglect work that is really jm- ited States. Even in the face of a 75-rviit per .barrel duty our associa- -tion .'snipped 6.000 barrels to the States in 1910. "It is to .be hoped that- the Con- sen-am es in the will allow the bill to pass without coming to the people, 'but should ST: election oc- cur, methinks Haldimand will send a Liberal to represent her in the Dominion House." Many other Tories think as Mr. Cherry does, but their thoughts won't -uttered until they cast their bal- lots, and constituencies will leave the Tory -ranks and send supporters of the government. Demosthenes, and her Socrates, but Iportant for work that doesn't amount i The magnificent mansion in Gros-1 Vreece m her palmiest days ;to anything, jvenor square, London which has -been had a watenall feet high. Men of i !occupied bv Mr. Mra. A. j. DreK. rwjcnester, go on. people ever lost t Let a free horse come along, and Ul is now for sale. The house wiil he irfteraes who iad a waterfall 150 j how many will climb on! Don't you j dosed, the Drexels stopping at' the 'feel a little like climbing on yourself? .Rit2 hotel. P.O. Box 1979 oringsi Phone 1291 feet high! E Encourage the Hen G-G CIRCLES .have become a pop- uiar feature in Ontario, and an effort is being made by the C. R.'to ger some of them organized the farmers of their irrigated tract 'east of Calgary. There is no A doubt'-that ;there is an ahundance of room for improvement in the poultry, industry of this province. Alberta does not -begin to supply the demand 7 for eggs, and British Columbia pro- Tides a still "larger market. Yet the of this proviace having two "such good markets are not making effort to supply the de-. mand. These circles are formed for the purpose better of securing more and The eggs are collected iiif the circle, all such eggs are re- turned! to the farmer delivering them. The circle -worked on the co-opera- tive plan, and the farmers are thus as- sured of getting full value for, their eggs, with no deductions for middle-1 man's profits