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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta rage 4. THE LKTHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Thursday, May 4, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridgc Herald Publishing Co., every lawful evening at its office. Sixth Lethbrtdge, Alberts, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dsptc. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered......'.. Ji.00 i year, by mail......... 6 months, J S months, delivered...: .21.00 6 months, by l month, delivered----...35e months, by Addresses changed as often as desired; but- both aew and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in elsht or more pagfts. and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. 5'. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE .AT Cross Drug t Crnnbrook. 3. A Book Store. J. G. .Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel. People's Drug Stora Co., R. W. Hamilton. .Pincher L. McCrca. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie. B. BeaL L. Relnecfca. Grassy TtTgnam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine Vancouver, 3. C. World NOTTS-Co.' Brown 4th St Also on: .ah C. P. R. Trains. A Serious Charge E OTTAWA FREE PRESS al- '.a British nation. That journal profesi leges that the members of Far-ises to'" 'have" authentic information ori IS A.; Beautiful Five Kopiri, JBungalbvv; built suii; i prest in city. Glosejiu and CMI :ich.of any one wanting- a nice ;honi >iUy moilernS room house on bufftrin. brand new titst ever offered. Small cash payment handles. Here Is another snap. Fully modem seven room all finished in best of style, close in on comer and can be hadlf if taken at once. Small cash payment handles r Freeman MacLeod Cp. Box 679 Phone 1212 THE WISE CHILD THE FIRST CHILD (Sent to bed to await chastisement for bad her c normaon o liament who are opposing the! which to base its charges'. Such bell s father coming -upstairs. I'm going to pretend Tin asleep." THE SECOND BY "w JLJ ouuu we-l TTJC- Qvrrivn reciprocity agreement and are contia-ling the case a searching inquiry should! BUY tin-case similar 10 ine urst, not; I'm urns the obstruction-to its passing are [be held. Members are guilty, if t0 get up aad -put sometMnS being nnarrced by she Canadian of "accepting such money; American corporation influences- and j should not be-allowed to sit in the Ca-1 British TaniT'Reform "League.! nadfari "parliament a day after the [idea of thadi insofar that when the time elapses af-i charges are proved 10 be true. dollars on tef-which they cannot draw sessional j affairs of the nation are not safe no need for T r edp This is a most serious charge, asjbe meted out to the interests esteem oraffection the action alleged would strike at .undertake to measured by the _ citv in Canada Company not very heart of the boasted indspend-.-the independence and libertv of the ence of the members of pariizLment in'Canadian .Parliament. A Desired Arrangement ation gifts or Christmas-presents. SIR-WILFRID LAURIRR -both, functions{ to the Coronation and the House will ad-j rial Conference after all. This after Sir Wilfrid is good news to the people not only whether tfie regular business of the! of Canada but also of the Empire. Intensive Farming I They used to have a farming: rule Of forty acres and a mule. I Results were won by. later men i With, forty square feet and a hen. j And nowadays success we see' i With forty inches and a bee. -Wasp. Snow Means 'Rain j proceeded with and re-j (C.armangay Sun.) Ol CaMaa upon, and rightly, a? the leaaisgjVery little difference. The one this week lots i a-tem-7 figure among the statesmen from, the I able-thing-, is to have the Opposite in ;ilay or tie .said; that'the Dominjnus Beyond the Ssas, and ins agree to some plan by which the.Pre-past7ear was sevenjences.while dr 6Vpert" absence from the. Conference ana Cor- mier can present when-.the this snow materialize went d s pnaiion would be very much regretted: stages of !the debate are passedhv'een the' 27tt of April and the'flrer tlme> mj Hopeful OWNERS OF onaiion would be very much regretted, stages the Thfjre is no doubt but as Sirjthrough. It is absolutely Wilfrid says, his absence wouM he t that the head-, of., the government.} misinterpreted throughout the Em-1 should-be present at such a time. At[ pi re and the world in general.' least..that, is the-way public! Whatever tlie airrangecient, and the public should be! with Leader Borden is, it is to be hop-'considered in the matter over and iu.n J-UULUI to his followers will agree to political advantage towns tributary to their cityj and allow the business of tae House j Conservative .party may think making a wise move. -In this war to be conducted in such a way as toj'niight gain by continuing their make it possible for the Premier to jstmctrve tactics. tie -70, of ApHrand Sel1es ____ [of "A "You happen to notice-" asfcs Son edW ?ath inter- Tbe LethbHdge. Board.or Trade, i-j deciding to run motor to Suite 115 Sherlock BuiMing P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 IOr'took Old Boys'.Unions.' O.VB of the best ways of getting also to published there. place known where the prorapEs .another, and ledge will rhe best appreciated is communica.tiojis are sent than by means of old boys' unions. Ti: lot the territory trlbtttarv-to their citv land will become better wheQ he fe 'in women's with the them. men who do business with i the "woman to. roiH was Don't Believe It (Hamilton Liberals and not a fei would be. It is not to ;have many .meetings, as the Conservatives -will require abun- [influence and- spirit of one good evidence, to convince -them that Trade luncneon yesteraay that ]ast a long time. [Frank Oliver is'comipt: Hitherto he should be taken to get-some organiz-! Another "ibenefit of such as a clean and the matter will be gone coines from the fact thar peoDisfpolitician jthe house. A call was made for a vote, I and the -clerk -proceeded to call the roll. When. name led, he rose with the dignity..'of a mosthenes, and commenced; i "Mr. Speaker. I ant sor j cannot .support this .bill, At this moment a well-dressed as seen to bend over In a loud voice sue she king, imagining "him to be the army baker, replied: "K reminds" me brings to her. -Mrs. Brown. presents he "So you a're the son of bak- who the soldiers with mine on war. It runs' "a poem ol "And he recited another, of- the min- th f.unxishes [bread, are yiu? Well, I should. like or poet's productions s child have you; by yourself in some, quiet] "The .poor minor poet :r to ask place. I'd spread your ungainly an-fseejned both flattered '___ "ma- atomy over- three 'I'dJKildare rattled off a half and more fully later. There is-a certain i coming to the .city know where to and tirelessly iridu'striotis and amount of unity of feeling and find friends to get advice and as- ergetic minister, albeit a" stoat partis- Ke Synced, upward. It was enoug iilshness among people in any coin-j sistanc'e in" locating, and feel more atlan and a "first-class fighting 'man." He turned and said: "Mr. Speaker, She was mncb surprised the oth night when the child at the end of lay me'T recited the remainder prayer like this: bless papa, mamma, grandma, grandpa, Willie, and that man who make dough -of He concluded with whac be called 'a spuloquy.-dashed off this The late Owen Kind are, author of: e grsind; opening lines Ros which is-j O'UUJULVl had a remarkableJof 'Paradise Lost.' nunity who come from any particular home and. more contented by th.e of the good reputation of'VOIe flT- Tl ttrt-- t __ JT- i I rl _ .T__ Ifl P ifl ffv jjj vi t UJ1 L r l. lie i. g y ii Lo. L i (J j. j. kj> place or neighborhood. The commun-jof the fact that they do not find political administration, it] ity of associations makes rhe mem-i selves'alone. jis earnestly to be hoped -that this scan-' hers of the unions more 'enthusiasticI In this city., old boys' unions. whichldal or slander will be was Mrs. Steele. comes to see mamma every and'brings me such nice Efiiladelphia Times. many stories are Tilat was tlie minor poers chancev "'Kildare, I've submittsdi sll the ev- "One first of April said ?OUT appropriation, of'what- tftor, "I entertained a party of writ-iever may Belong to my owa feeble among whom Kildare b'ut-.I will never sit quietly by a conceited minor poet. "Kildare had glanced over the min oers or me unions more eatnusiastici in this city..old boys' unions, or siander will be speedily invest-! A B- not only for the place they came the way should be open for and that the iiccused Brown is a. 'Vut also for the place to-which they I to join, siionld be'formed among peo- wiil able "to demonstrate his inno-fin Phil- hare come, if they meet together tornie from the different nr HrJcence. Bad One on travelling come, if they meet together to f pie from the different counties or cit-; talk over old friends and hear newsfies of Great Britain, the States of the? from one another from the old the counties of! More than Personal letters are the best kind ofjEsstern..Canada. Not much liquid are _ in.ju4u. aic inio tne ,and these.unions tend .required; and the benefit tojstreams of the United States each increase the amount letter writinglthe city, and district would be very [year by the sulphite "paper mills both to the people in the old home, great. v Brown- _ man who lives Philadelphia. He has a little three-year-old who has just; learned to 'say 'her prayers. Every Sunday gallons of j Brown gets home for a few hours, but into the this is about all the time he has with Poet's last .volume a be- King Louis, of Bavaria, was much [fore, .and. of course, remembered near- annoyed on one occasion when tbelly every line of it '-At my party -lane soldier on guard at the palace gatesfing at the. long-haired ".rhymster -he neglected to present arms. The sol-i said- did not know his [and' see the divine 'Milton 'robbed of 'Paradise Lost7 OUR POINT. Op, VIEW sight. his family. Consequently, the little -not Make Lethbridge a spotless Chances seem to look brighter for having the sessions of the Concilia- tion Board open ro the public. The row the Calgary. Board of Trade bad over its secretary casts, the lie- He disturbance the Lethbridge Board had away in the shade. 'l The "School Board no sooner has one I school about ready for occupation than ;it is_ necessary to start on anpih jLethbridge to grow, ii; jno way faster tfnn in the increase of ;the. school population. As soon as any of the royal catch a cold, everyondy begins to fear that something, may co interfere with the Coronation. '-From all-reports of the acquain- ted'5; trip, served its pur- pose. The people visited are better acquainted with the personnel and spirit of the Lethbridge business men. and they in turn know the people they visited, .their spirit and tbeir country.! mi j ,_ -is coming the right wav _ Hughes says he would make I for the West this year. Wher snow Letnbndge a blue Tory town. Beingjor rain falls, it is just when needed Tory is enough to make any town feel The warm weather has come at blue and look the part. right time .and when growth showed signs of being too rapid, a .Machinery in court are snap came to check it. ally complicated, v.hich is rjuir.3 nat-' ____ TOf This publicity campaign will .Ive' .chinery being somewftat. comp.-cntcd- the Board of Trade and the city in as a rme. t genera? an enthusiastic start that "will) j botb going a long time. It will' pubuc punster rise and un tr> the citizens to i f k that the flower Of the Lethbridge as a prolonged campaign the corps.wwl be at Coronation when campaign is over Hose goes ,is representative of the ar-j _____ tillery; battery. j Tfce BdroontOQ PROSPECTIVE CITIZEN! "Get to Know Lethbridge" and just as soon as you arrive we shall stop whining "Why. don't you for what we have we hold, and you can't help staying-, The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. may be somewhat biased in-thinking that it is the chief attraction Tom' Richardson) in the city at present; but you just ask the old and new "timers why, then follow the crowd to the Greatest Wall Paper Sale ever conducted in Alberta Our Picture Framing Department is on one of its at but .we are willing to- endure discomfort, just to witness your artistic.enjoyment Do come.! Red Cross Drug and Book Co; McCREADV-The Dispenser. Picture Framer, PHONE 555. "Why don't you present the latter askedT angrily, "Don't you know to whom yon are indebted for your daily The sentry glared angrily at the' Majesty byj "Boys, I sold'a sonnet for S300 to 'the Kash Magazine this afternoon. Listen. I'll recite it' "And-he recited one of the poet's sonnets, accepting :the praise that followed "A little later'he said, .apropos of PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The rye crop of the United States in 1910, amounted to tons, valued at The Arabs claim that Eve's tomb is seaport of Mecca. The temple, there, which has a palm grow- ing out of the solid stone, is suppos- ed to be the last resting place of the first woman. Lethbridge Ironworks Co., Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blackfsmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. We have just installed one 150-fan 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 fit. Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 332. ;