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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBRIDGE DAILY HEBAM) Tuesday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PwbUehed by LethbrJdge Herald Publishes Co., Ltd., every at Its office. Sixth LethbHdge. Alberti, Can. W. A. Mahstfling Director and Editor. PKONC: PHONE: EdttorisJ. Roportoriat, and Advertising Circulation ami Job'pepte. 1 year.. by 53.09 6 months, by mail S months, by ?jail S5c Addresses changed as of ten as desired, but both "new and old ad- r .6 azonSlBj, 3 raCntii3k delivered.....51.00 l moatfe. delivered....... S8c must bo WEEKLY HERALD Published, every In eteat or more and contains a summary of the news of the -week. local and district. ____ 1 year is advance months, ut Cross Robert- san Lfe Co.. Jacison Cope, ScteJ. People's IJruS Store Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pirrcher D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drug Book Co. F-rnls, B. Beai S months, ic advance....50c DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT 3. Cranbrook. L. Diamond Drug Store. Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Browa 219 4th St. Aiso an all C. P. R. Trains. The Idea! Seeding Season ITE a precipitation for and snowfalls have come'at .four months of this year that could hardly havej nearly three leches, which isjbeen ordered better, and the weather 'has been eool enough to prevent too considerably over the average for many and double that of last year, the winter wheat appears to have .enough moisture stored up within hasty germination spring seeding is and half growth. 1 he done witav-ut THE MATCHLESS CLEANER (Engaging assistant gardener) "And if I engage you. besides your A Beaei'tiful Fire Room iJungalow, bmilt to suit purchaser, on the prettiest building site in the city. Close in and plenty of trees. For full particulars call.at our oitices. DO NOT overlook tliis as it is within reach of any one-waiting a nice lly modern 8 room house on Bufi'erin, brand new and best bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles. Here is another snap. Fully modern seven room house, with fire place all finished in best of style, close in on corner and can be had at if taken at once. Small cash payment handles. sny mishap: The are good gelling the 'balance seeded in reach of its roots to make it a cer- sood tiaae. and in good shape. What tain .crop. The heavy spring frosts have come and gone, and it is not ex- pected any more follow, and the winter wheat has not been injured in way. The ground has been in more- could a Southern Alberta farmer ask.for up ..to date? If he farms right, gets good seed, puts it in right with t t the soil in good condition, Nature has LADY duties you will have "to attend to the three dogs and clean out ifaeir kennels, also clean out the parrot's cage, clean .up my sons' workshop, and clean-both their bicycles, also clean the car except when-the weather's dirty." j APPLICANT shall I have to clean j Tatler. i year, but they were the latter ei coming- along J of tbe month. done everything to make his farming ideal condition for spring seeding, the 1 operations a. success so far. Trie Operators' Choice SV. C. TV. GORDON, chairman of the Conciliation Board has been the evidence given and arguments made. demand that the meet-; May will be a good month, and each month get better -as the nerves lem is the great problem of tbe day.; Immense combinations of capital, and] the control of a country's resources inj the hands of a few men. where high-' of the people become stronger as the est ambition is the amassing of dol-j" prospects of a good crop grow bright- lars, is going to be the ruin of this er. country, if not curtailed very- scon.; foothold for the trusts in Canada'! The city of Lethbridge appreciates jwQUId be my slogan if I was notified-'by the Department oe. secret- Labor ia response to the request complain if the public form But if tbe splendid response byj_ very good sentiment, but the writeri n ii-c- ?n riffn. Tn i is __ outside towns to its invitation-to ti. >h r- as to their reasons for come take part in the city's of the the miners' officbdi, that it i, for cannQ. fom ity campaign, wmcoiB "tu _ of QrinrhoTn Alhprta .as m Board to decide -srie-ther or not their i The miners have asked, to have the jtckt' they do not want made known. mair-v of Southern Alberta Thtdays or jealousy- amon perhaps less--informed as to the' agreement j r the whole he might-be. If the' agreement'1 much as it SUCa a- as President-Taft pro-! OWNERS OF public. The public has de- these things are the public can maaded that the proceedings of the j only, giiess. If it guesses wrong and meetings be made known to 'unjust in its.conclusions, the op-j through the press. Dr. Gordon saysjerators will only have themselves to I that the act provides that if either j blame. Por their own sakes, for their party of the dispute wants rjie meet- ovra -protection from wrongful impres- ings held in camera, they must be held different towns is gone, and, it is hop- ed, for ever. goods as products, there wp.u.ld as in natural j- be -good cause! that way. In the operators. ptfblic to know what is said and done, that case, it is up to If they don't want ihe sions and- opinions by the public, the operators should not hesitate a min- ute in agreeing to have the meetings open. it J.S up io them. X Publicity and Religion E HERALD has been taken "be- treated. "lightly. task by several people for giv- 1 ot ing its "yea and amen" to ev- erything Tom Richardson had said, especially in view of some of his re- It is not the sen- of this or any of a Mr. other city that Alberta is more certainty than the hereafter. Richardson, doubtless had no intention jof ridiculing religion, and any appear- marks on Friday night. In reply, of thought was no doubt due Herald may say that in the main it.'to his appreciation of the importance does approve of what-ihe publicity ex-jof Alberta, and its greatness and its pert advocates, and the editorial in certainty -as something- to which one question was written -while Richard-f might pin.. Ms-faith. His words were son was speaking in the theatre, and i certainly'injudicious and not in good the import of certain of his in..view of the fact that the min- -was not. learned until after the edit-listers of the churches had b'een spec- orial was published. iallv invited to the meeting. As to his remarks on religion, the; But outside of his reference to re- flf Qthers rfhmk for dreading of by the American trusts. The Herald'! I would protest with'all jainst any such arrangement But] ihow can free exchange or natural pro-] j ducts enable the trusts to entrench' j themselves m_Canada? Will the tmova! of duties on the pro-h i ducts of Canada's farms and !bring about the calamity? Or willl Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Little Value (Hamilton Herald.) What's in a name? .Only one cent j the free importation of American farm! for the census commissioners, jand garden products cause it? Those! _ [who are making use of the trust buga-j Ignorant" would confer a favor explain-! (Toronto Star.) ins thing should be viewed j Herald is in sympathy with the minis- ters who criticized utterances. Re- the hearts of the majority of people. To them it is a sacred thing, and not which are quite beyond the sub- ject he is here to discuss, Mr. Richard- ligion is the thing: that is dearest to son's ideas are all right. He has the Mr. Cannon in Washington and Mr. Foster in Ottawa, are the deans off- the old guard of high tariff-in their! respective countries. Mr: Foster sees: in the tariff agreement a surrender; by Canada to Washington of tbe con-j trol of its fiscal policy, and 'Mr. Can- i non says Cong'ress .has -resigned its! with alarm. they both only -both-wrong? One Thing After Another (Belleville Ontario.) The hat nuisance- has been over- Net What You Thought, She laid the still white form 'beside those which had gone before; no sob, JDO sigh, forced its way from her !heart, throbbing as though' it would burst. Suddenly a cry broke .the still- idea of publicity and community- 'Lethbridge a town, j If the frosts just past did not in- [jure the winter wheat, it appears to recent performance i Ve behind somej Buy from others if you .would have 'be safe sw buy from you. Score. nuisance. At a.- here in Belleville, ladies who had erected these stacks of dead Chinese hair upon their heads, and it was only by twisting to one side and disturbing our next neighbor that we were able to. see what was go- ing on in the play. breakin er but lor come, but it is being, succeeded V an- of the one single heart- 1 other that promises to. become, almost j br as pronounced, that is to say, tbe ratj shriek; then silence: anoth- silence; then all silent a murmur, which eeraed to She left the place, another egg until Home Journal. nP from her very soul. She would not lay Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. for the rest of the year on that I The.pfirsbc escape is an 3ois prisoner to The customs returns show that the One on Twain r.Iark Twain brought out "Joan of Arc" -ascnymoasly. The book was one of his failures, but he was proud of it. Before he acknowledged its author- Just Like Reciprocity (ChnstiaX Guardian.) The opponents of church' iinion arejsbip he sometimes fished for cbmpli- We have just installed one ISO-ton motor- driven hydraulic press, and are in a position to 'handle all kinds of car and locomotive work, such as pressing out and pressing in steel pins; pressing out old axles and putting in new ones; in fact, any class of work which requires a pressing unless the prisoner has a gun. United of business to and from united- States and Great Britain that The- ultra-Methodist de- ments-about it. the proposed basis is a Buy at home. What would this city be if everybody bought everything in some other dty? growing in this citv. I complete surrender to the Presbyter- The Buy at home. Get the habit. -It grows on one, and the faster it grows the healthier it makes you and every- assessment notices are out j body else in the community The only kickers will be tliose who do __ not want to sell or get loans. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 332. and only last week, a good Pres- byterian brother, writing in The Pres- byterian, said that the new church j would be "practically an enlarged j "I don't suppose you are following Methodist Church under a new name." tnat anonymous new serial 'Joan of It will puzzle many to reconcile these two views. Probably the brethren con-j "Indeed, I am, though, every instal- One evening at a "dinner 'Mark Twain said carelessly to a senator: "Are you a novel "Yes, a great novel was the Iooked u? from the table checkmated, j results, of an evasion of this principle. and found the young man reading ai The comments of tbe audience __ VLCVVa. i i J -W. j j.ne L, ,v R. and the G. T. P. seems cemed' dont want union under anyiment." Buy at home, and make your city a place where you would your home to be. i to be scattering survey routes all ov- Letbbridge has been locking far afield for industries, and here right at home, it is pointed out there is a good sized sawmill that mi If they build lines on the half of them, there will be a great j improvement in the railway facilities! of this part of the country. possible circumstances. "What do you think of it-? Is it tiicie i- a. xuun The Lord Chamberlain of England- h be lecui'ed ihas that women wearing hoojasreement 'Wl11 rented. ,e skirtg aHo S Ho, .ca to c Reciprocity and the Trusts (Hamilton Herald.) Attempts are being made to popu- larize the idea that the reciprocity great Am- "That's hardly a fair question to ask the senator replied. He knew Buy at home, or else selj your stuf and labor at Eastern prices. j We he is f j getting some of them mixed would be cheap, be cheap all in dress' Buy at home, and ia time you will an Alberta man as the Ca.i- your money back. Buy away from Jadian High Commissioner in FYance, home, and the money is gone from the "Wes- should- get a- good deal of community forever. j rench capital. Senator Roy is an old- [timer in tie West, and ho can point Buy at home. Among other things )outtlle West as a- splendid place for buy your printing at home, even if it investment is not embossed or lithographed. If youj from California, political partisanship. (young mar, whose name he bleed this country white. Doubtless there are some whose fear of such a cuse a correspondent of the London Free Press, a Canadian, who writes the book's real author, wrote 'Joan of Arc' burg Gazette Times. "You see, I the dispersal of the meeting were en- One is the clear plan of trading for cash only; but that is perhaps although one firm at least has Had the tirely favorable to the doctrine: but J courage to come out and take a stand paper. The chessmen were placed ag- ain, and after not so many moves as before, the baron looked up to find the j there seemed to be a general under-1 on thfe ground already. The other young man reading the paper again j current that something might havej way is to make it clear that a cash and himself .checkmated. of the duties of the retail j buyer has a distinct advantage over .After bis dinner the baron came merchants to the community, to set offla buyer, for credit: give the cash buy- back. He wanted another game, being somewhat chagrined ax the ease with the undoubted "duties of tbe commun- ity to itself and to these merchants. er a dfscount of ten per cent., or what- which he had been beaten. -As .he! Look came in he found the young man wholface: Beating the Baron Baron Hengelmuller, Austrian Am- caJamity is genuine. We cannot ac- bassador, and dean of the corps, prides himselC on his game of chess. Some years ago, the baron 'met ai ever percentage may be arranged. Or, the matter squarely in tbe let it be understood that any custom- the average Canadian pay jer may "keep an account ".with, say, his played with him that afternoon j fnpre to Toronto and Winnipeg and, if that account- is always blindfolded and playing against railway than lie would for the! in funds to