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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIDGE DAILf HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OKCKMPKlPt 1OOT Published by the Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd.. every lawful evening it itt office, ftrttt, Lcthbridgi. Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONt: Editorial. and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job PAILY SUBSCRIPTION flATCS 1 rear, delivered........14.00 1 year, by mail 6 months, delivered.-... 12.00 3 months, delivered.....S 1.00 1 mouth, ....13.00 6 njonthi. by S njontfcs, by raail....-----S5a Addresses chanjrea ai often desired, but both ind old ad- dresses must be eiven. 'WEEKLY HERAUD Published every in or more and summary of the oi the w0gk. local district. i ear to advance 53 ia souths, iii Crow Drug Book Store.. J. G. Robert- Co.. .Jackson A Cope.: Alexandra .PeopltY Drug Siore Co., lv. W. Hamilton. lPiacher D. .L. AicCrca. Drug Book Co, Farnie. B. BeaL THE DAiLY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrooic. B. Atcaisoc. L. Retnecke. Gratty Tugfcam. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, 8. C. World Wide News Co, Jb Brows 219 4th St. Alio on HI C. P. R. Saturday. June 17.1JHI. will be scarce in Canada after this. I Recently. fancied had I 1 netwenty-flve year handed kick coming; and he weut'into the out to Sheldon will act as ati efficient (mayor's office to register it. deterrcut- f "What is it, asked If Sir Thomas Shaujrhnessy oKrt not go ou to Calgary when he virtu hv the bal1 hoior. The Uouat. the feel much Ah? injured. It a matter of regret to SPlt uho that he xuust go "'Tt to reach their The d if would should decide to it flure O1 .____ S't at it, but the they over the legs of the chairs iu I Ihe new .Mexican government is pro the back rou, an' ou the places where ceedmsr to clean out th- foreign mon- the do he-fastened to the tlure opohsts that have been robbing the an' hard work it is fer a man of my people That is a good stunt tor it age to stoop down an' scrub it off is impossible for monopolies and stood There's a favor Oi would ask of yer government to exist together in the honor this marnm' in respect to it." same country. '_____ 'what is that, Mike? Th i- "Indade. Oi would ask yer honor fer The provincial license commission- a penaiM1on an' authontv to do avav e are up their good work wjtu lhe back row of beatg intirch: j m the southern part of the province Nobody likes to Mt in Oack rev. in closing up some hotels that were auyhoWf yer hoaor> au- Mncelw it is not being properly run. bv ordering to have one in the lull all, at all." some Edmonton hotels to close for the -From E. Mack's National same reason. Hotel-keepers must keep hotel. j N Decorate for Coronation Day EXT THURSDAY is Coronation tor in national life, and all indications i Day, and the city should pur of patriotism assist in developing and on a gala appearance tor-the! increasing- the loyalty of the people.! occasion It should 'be a big day in When a aaaa puts hrnself to some trou every way. One of the things that ble m order to celebrate a national ev- should be attended to in proper style'.ent such as the Coronation of the Sov he thinks of the significance of the event, and his attachment to the Monarchy and the Empire be- comes stronger. For his ovm sake The action of the Winnipeg whole- sale men in pulling for Calgary ap- pears to be about as unfair as it is for spectators to help one side in a- tug-of-war. It is no business of Win- a straight pull between Medicine Hat j public 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, oh Burdett Short time only Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 Others fhink is the decorating of the ouildings of the city. Everj' householder ought to prepare to have his residence well de- corated with flags and bunting, and ever? business man siottld MmUcaio Ms loyalty and public spirit by .itoing thef same. Sentiment, w a strong fac- and -for the sake" of ;the general pub- lic eacJi- man, should take his part m tbe celebration. Cut Worm Chaplain Laird fRegina Standard.) The Commercial Travellers berta, Saskatchewan and have elected H. W. Laird lain. It will be in order to suggest that the initials W." are the same as those immortalized by the poet wrote "Holy Willie." The Elegy of a Graveyard iHat Xa.il Works, LATE MB cur M.1N i s, JT. (Montreal Witness.) The late. .Mr. S. H. C. Miner, u-ho death occurred yesterday, v.-as one ofj the most remarkable men in the East-' em Townships. He was a man ivitb. unbounded'..faith in and- in all the projects" into which lie put his energy. some years ago, .an un- from Spokane, Wash., ar- Hotel, and the capitalists.- in good deairtais yar of bran, adding -the poison and stirring- thoroughly until j ii tinged with a green col- then add About a pail of warer sweetened with, a couple of pounds of sugar, until the mixture is sufficiently moistened to crumble nicely -through fingers. This mash snould bd ing wheat have had to be re- seeded, some even more. than once. a serious matter, ,but fortun- ately it can be easily remedied if the iA4C UO remedy be known It is a known fact scattered about the field in the even- that the c at -wontf hides m the ground j ing. The worms will a'eVourTt in pre- Jn the daytime and comes 'out af, t Terence to their ordinary and nights, and cuts "the'-growirig'-plants j when they-begin to feel the effects of just at the surface of the ground. The, j the poison they will wander off to bur time to get after the pest then, is ,aij row ia the zround C_._K, J CfSti. Tinrfir v f -f. vill be geen _ One day known rived at of Jay P. He Tiad seen the of the boundary the assistance of Eastern 31r. Miner, who was stay- at the; hotel became interested, in a short name was on to extent of half a million dollars or more, and in due time the Granby Consolidated became one of the most famous copper propositions America. Aldrige. of the Trail bnng againn them, but we f smelter, reported to the C. P. R. that :y confident that when the there was ..nothing .in the proposition begin to and Grailby people even had to The Real Estate and Investments Hat nail works OWNERS OF in Calgarv a whole lot to guarantee the price of the rails for r. A Problem The treatment suggested and guar, not very expensive. anteed by experts is of bran ttjre is Tthree the Anti-Reciprocity Tories (Nanton Ne-ws.) If the Conservatives mak, sition to reciprocity their oleth at the a candidate as a supporter of reciprocity, party will be'under f switch to be laid. ivir. Miner, how- res alt was ever- and yearg into the C' R and in the Morninffsid one pound of pans green, in "50 j rfd of the pest xeetfojl Qf xecuon or MERCHANTS-of Greac Falls are making an effort to bring ftmgling circus to that That is a most eitraordinary V action on their part, for it is, a we 11- .known and often proved facf-that a circus takes out of a city deal ore .money than it i twitter 'directly.or indirectly. It is truertkit 2 The animals must be fed, and the "cir- cus people as well. It ia true that a. Jgood many people come to see the cir- and spend jnore or less money iu "Jhe place.. But for every ..dollar left1 in the cash registers of the merchants as a result of the visit, five or ten go- as'ay ia the strong toxes of the areas managers. It is true, also, that hun- dreds of people will spend man> dol- lars to take 'tie whole family to the circus who cannot pay their honest or A Drain on Ready Cash a candi- oppose him be unre- election. In the there are some stiff opponents the agreement Mr. Hemm esti- mates their number at about 10 per' faith in tlie cent, of the people. His estimate is probably from five to mne per cent- I too high; but even if there only dishonest dfrbts to the merchants of the city. The Great Falls business men may out that a big show like Ring- which stops at about one city m each state will draw people from a-touch greater distance than do the flinty little circuses that have been 5J5 1S. for regis And so it was with the Internation- al Coal and Coke proposition, which Mr. Miner was instrumental in start- ing at Coleman, in the Crow's Xest! -Pass, Aloerta. He out up his money i in most cases came out on tpp. His lumber' 5 Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 enterprises at Vancouver are also j place our, political gyatem they j could have an opportunity of givine I an effective expression of their views without a candidate; but in Canada their Lethbridge -rand hence "they will gather in from many people who other- wise would never come to the city, Hut -what they may gain m this way wifl be more than counterbalanced by what they lose from the people who regularly deal with them. Circuses, in whatever way they are considered. are a loiing proposition to everybody J except the owners, and a citv or a, town is always poorer after their vis- J It, whether they be small or great amongst the most successful one per cent they may want to be! ths Pacific Coast, and "he must counted. If the referendum had a i have made at four dol-, {lars out of his Western Canadian terpnses. He was a fighter first, last and al- and probably this pugnacious j The fourth tendency hastened his end. which so' many people in town arid country will deplore. His Granby Rubber Com- pany had become very firmly estab- lished, and tvhen tbe Consolidated, came about Mr. Miner threw in hia lot with Messrs. Lome j George W. Stephens, Shirley Oglhie! and the other brilliant men of the new group of financiers, who have ever since been conspicuous in the world THERE WERE SEVEN MEN Sun. V There were" seven men, and one wan j a -fool. And one was the boss of a country school: with a crook Became a priest, with" his oowl 7 tering their opinions except by voting for some one man. But the Newg jg -not borowing trou- ble We can await with patience the action of the Conservatives of Mac- leod riding. a m in, Ihe SIXth Was a Poacher, the seventh f, yst a Joke" M The Cruelty of Excitement ODERX SPORT curl excitemeni seems to be de- veloping a cruelty that multitudes, afford more glar- instances of the degradation of than such occur- New for Old CSt. Louis Post-Dispatch.) "Let's drop into this restaurant." "Oh. I dont believe I care to eat anything." "Well, come in and get a new straw to that of ancient Rome, j rences as that at Chicago, which ia stands out in history as'the-1 but one that.might of crueljy and 1 U) satisfy the m. r i of the-'populace for -thnlls of The desire for excitement has exdiemew. The. to just as ed all sense of the regard for humatfj great dangers as did gladiators of -We and respect for the dead. On SaV j old.' Instead of wild beasts therface man's urday last there was a typical jusj; as certajn. death in facing Jspeed Ti oi- A, C..1 f ._ hat for your old one. anyway." He Could PostO "I say, cawn't you makes of commerce' and finance. But .Mr. disagreed with the -policy of .the Consolidated Jcuboer Company, j and decided to oppose it He eold i both his bonds and common stock at a good figure, and at once started in to build what is now a complete factory 1 at Granby. his intention being, course, to give battle to the merger. One of the saddest periods of Mr. The fool, as Time whirled its weary Became a professor, honored and gray Ihe schoolmaster worked from hie IOTA position a and crazy man recovered his raind While the knave took to saving his. kind: And only one stuck to his trade, of the The preacher kept preaching of Hell and Heaven. There seven men, there -seven minds. There were sei'en humans ot seven kinds, And none wno had Jraown 'in their early days men who travelled their seven ways. Would thought that the crook would a parson be, were The brany chap lost his mmd: the I Or the knave n-ould take up humanity. Wut you never can the mor- al is here: Don't accept things always as they appear. For under the grisfe and ekin and 'bone Is something that works in. a way of its And you neVer joiay know saint knave This side of the edge of the common grave. fn Switzerland goods are weighed with glass weights. In fact, on_the continent generally glass is taking the place of wood and iron m many mrections. for it can be made strong- er even than stone, and the day is not far off when houses will be built entirely of glass. "Sure thing- Jim, cut this gentle- suit two SIZCR too large all Miner's life was when, sitting uponjj his own -verandah in his Granbr home clothes 1 IRan5r years ago he saw his wife and j' ether relatives swept away to death] by a swollen stream in front'of the} at" Chicago vof the tfuthful-1 records and of -accidents of Tn. a motor iwhich-almost'in-vanably occur ;n such contest..--It-is hardened dnvpr ki'led and horribly f heart and .the No iaek Row m Mike'i Theatre For sixteen years Mike Flynn had cleaned out the town hall after shows. it f sensiOHities aicer snowi, directors of tne race j that can clamor for such things and Iectures- Political meetings, Decora- whereupon the- crowd tften not feel shocked and subdued tion Day exercises, and other' doings miel spirit by callin the liv and never a comlaint i the lives of fellow human be- and never a "robbers" and ings are sacrificed to satisfy the- that race so on eravJne for exrftraent. Is it possible Can historv of ihe gladtators for such people to have the faculties KIIOVJ, into rhr- rolfteums of Rome to of mind and heart that make good citi- witn lions and tigers before zens? s. did he make. House, the bridge over which were driving "being carried aivay by the flood He was one of the most en ergetfc men, and ever believing in his own star, he had only to reach the conclusion that he was right, and nothing in the world would ever make him desist from that particular line of action. Swat the fly, Lethbridge a spotless town. Has enumerator got your name yet? Help him all you can. is good to buy cheap and dear. Hon. Frank Oliver prove! Beyond a doubt that reciprocity win the farmers of Canada M will other do Sir Thomas Shaughnesgy is" going to visit Medicine Hat. Up go Medi- clae Hat lots another quarter 'of a hundred. Ex-President Diaz was landed, in BpaJn. He had better keep quiet there, or he will find out that he got out of the Mexican, frying pan Into the Spanith fire. It It The Red Cross Drug and Book Co., Ltd. is now managing the butineM formerly conducted by T. H. Mc- Cready and R. fiigf, under the firm name "The Red Crott Drug 4' Book Co. Mr. retir.t and Mr. McCrwdy is ieadmg m.mb.r of. nnd the manner for the new firm. Every department of will he continued and Improved. Evtry department will be carried on way to merit the of public The picture framing will be in charge of A. Neidig workmanahlp commends The Red Cross Drag and Book Co., Ltd. T. M. MeCftEADY, MGR. ACAOIA BUILDING, Let Us Get Better Acquainted! Yfc have a to make EVEEY MAN wlur is figuring on Imilding a new house, "barn .or other hui] dings or repairs. It is-a PROPOSITION" that means SAYmi OF DOLLARS to yon and should be TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF by ev- ery prospective buihler. But don't wait till you want to Imild to get ac- quainted with us or tflte because yon have onJya small order. We, are hereto take care of aJ I orders large or small and-can do it promptly and care fully and will make it worth your while to buy of us. Come once and vou will come again to _ t Lumber Co. Limited PHONES; Yard office 362 General office 334 1st Avenue S. and 121-2 Street P.O. Box 684 ;