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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIBGB-DAILY HEKALD LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD by the Lethbridfle Herald Publiohing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Can. W. A. -Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Edftorltl, and 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Deots. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered l year, by mall. ___ ___________53.00 months, j 5 months, 6 by I month, delivered.......35c f s months, by mail........S5o Addresses changed as often as desired, bat both, new and old ad- dresses must be given, WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday in eight or more and containi a ----------the news of the week, local and district. 1 year ia advance ....fWO 3 months, in advance....50o 6 montha, jinost of the meetings of the Concllla- jUon Board will be open to the public. ;Make Leth bridge a spotless town. A Bow Island man says the new gas well exceeds Old Glory. Better call jit Union Jack. Just Por a Joke" Friday, May The Dominion forestry station at In- dian Head has given away over two million trees this year. That should help to make the West beautiful. Those prisoners made a great break Cross Drug Book Store.' J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store. Co., R, W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea, Bros. Drug A Book'Co. Fcrnie, B. 3eaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. AtcMsca. L, ReJnecta, Grassy Tughaaa. Diamond D'Arc'3 Drug Store, Msdlcine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. A.Jso on all C. P. R. Trains- iness. The merchants must co-operate with the purchasers who do buy' at I home to destroy the suicidal practice. Northrup in Two Places WB. NORTH-HTTP, K. C.. M. P... the United States. Bat in the very fierce in his ne fears the treaty, or pretends elation of Reciprocity in because is--would make close rela- Konse of Commons, wit when he the United States. He down Americans he assumes! dfires and fears the Same he I advocates and opooses the same tiling. a very difterent attitude. The otherjBnt ms is not to be wondered at> for day he was one of the speakers at a j this aspirant for the leadership of the big banquet in New York, and in the' Conservative party has a fashion of course of his remarks uttered words j suiting his words to the people whom thar carried the message of love and the is addressing, and facing two ways peace, and a desire for elcscr rela-j presents no particular difficulty to At. one of the Yorkshire Inns''there is a pianist who can vamp to airy song that any singer wishes to sing. He cannot read a note of music, yet in the local vernacular, he 'can play Recently, however, be met -with an unexpected check. A man .tfivwv an air, but the pianist failed to get for liberty. But a man has to travel the fast and have Jots of assistance if hef 'Let's try it he said! a'ud gets away from the Mounted Police. jtlie-v trled it again. Still it was of no use. Tom Richardson tells the local mer-j A third trial brought no jbetter re- chants to break up the mail order bus- suits. Then the pianist turned to the sing- er in anger, and said: "Sitha. Aw've tried tha on f white 'uns. Aw've tried tha on f black 'uns. and AW'VB tried Nearly six thousand dollars in on t' black and white 'u'u's mixed, first day's canvas for publicity no use: tha's singing between t'i is a splendid record. It csn easily doubled if every' citizen contributes what he can. Birds of a Feather I To Jacob Hope, Philadelphia f, fa- It seems hardly necessary to ask bird and animal expert, an odd! government to change the name of the; adventure happened the other day. j i Federal constituency, as the redistri-! Hope was strolling down Walnut! jbution will probably provide for both''street when a bird fakir accosted him.! 'the Medicine Hat and Lethbrldge iakir drew from his pocket the' stituencies. However, it will do painted gorgeous harm to ask the government to keep'thing of blues and golds and the name "I-orb. bridge" in mind. Jand, evidently taking Mr. Hope for one j of the millionaires of Rittenhouse Vice-President WiHiani Whyte. he said: the C. P. R., states emphatically that! "I fcst nabbed this bird off thatj location of the Western car tree. Can't I sell her to ye 'has not yet been determined. Nowjcceap. Look at she a beau- I how about those lots that were soldjty? I never seen nothin' like her be- out in the country around Calgary as j fore. What kind of a bird is she, do being where the shops were to be placed? Here is Your Chance! i Beautiful Five Room" Bungalow, built to-suit purchaser, on the- prettiest building: site in the city. Close in and plenty of trees; For full particulars call at our offices. BO NOT overlook this as it is within reach of any one wanting a nice home. Fully modern 8 room house on Dufferini brand new and best bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles. Here is another snap. Fully modern seven room house, with fire place finished in best of style, close in on corner and can had at if taken at once. Small cash payment handles. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The Think "Young man." said Sir. Hope, "if it's true that 'birds of a feather flock to- gether, then I should say that, un- doubtedly, she is a apolis Journal. tionships with the people to whom he j him. Ke got .the applause of his Ani- tas speaking asd their fellow citi2ens erican listeners with one speech and of the great Republic. The defeat got the applause of his fellow Tor- the treaty, he claimed not mean lies with another meaning directly op- ihe repudiation of closer relations' posite. That-satisfies. Examinations as Tests (Public Opinion.) "A competitive examination." Ham-' ar Greenwood. M. P., told the Com-'' in charge of the services, but The Wrong lyianuscript The vicar was a very old man. He had been in the parish 42 years. Dur- his last year the curate was prac-i moas recently, "is no more a test ofinow and then, when he was able, he the capability of a to lead in tlie His eyesight was field than it is a test of the and he was altogether unfit to A Prophecy of Peace "TTISIONS of great men of years i inS their produce, their, industries. V coming tnie quickly arts' tbeir genius, clearing the these days of the twentieth improving- tnry. Years ago men dreamsd tmder the eye of the Creator, ships flying through the air, of people ;and uniting the good of all, these foeins able to convey messages throucb. i irresistible powers, the fraternity; men, and the power of I of a man to lead in the House of Com- and he raised a laugh .by add- ing: of the distinguished mem- bers of our universities still remain, and hope always will remain, on the back benches of this House." of his time he was de- foeing able to convey messages through the air without any visible means of c-f Sectors able to see throogb a. man and take photo- graphs, of his interior... These andiscribillg'.aa that might innaf-ni- come jn some iong distant ige. But in a little over sixty years, the prophecy seems to be rap- Seme Facts About Our Food (New York American.) Another tradition shattered. Boston many other things called visionary and I baked -beans are has-beens. Dr. White, t lecturing at the Harvard medical i compose fresh sermons, so had to fall back on old ones. One Sunday morn- ing his hearers were alarmed with a discourse much, as follows: "We are standing he said, "face to face with -a great power in the East. We are on the verge of war. (Long paused) We are we are on the brink with Russia. I will now proceed to consider the next OWNERS OF school, hands the bean a bodv blow rate i; th try, arter the cu- about the projected calls it. notoriouslT hard 'to digest. rae aout te proected As to other stable articles nf as he nothing about it comnlished r Back in. 1849. Victor Hugo assumediidlT assuming tne role of a prophec when As to other staple articles of focji, he says: "Twenty-five cents' worth of! beef juice yields only six parts of val-j ue to the body, the same value in eggs papers. he said, ball will be exhibited in public muse- inns, just -as an instrument of torture is now, and people wrll be amazed that of an ac-j complished fact. At the -present and of milk parts. the United States of Great Britain otiier vords> requires from fif-j ,'tenn to thirty glasses of beef Juice to HEAD food value of one glass of If this is all true, no won- of a sermon I wrote in day will come when a. cannon j the United States of America are stretching out their hands across theieC3Ual sea, to make a. friendly grasp that will mean. that so far as they are concern- der avspepsia is a national ill. ________ _ _____ __ such a thing could ever have been. A led, at least, there will be no more day will come when these two im-jwar. The cannon and bombs will faej inense groups, the United States of! relegated to the museum for future America and the United States of Eu-j generations to look: at and wonder at rope, .will be extending- the hand of I tie barbarity and cruelty of fore- friendship across the ocean, exchang-; fathers. OF CHARLES I. HAD VICISSITUDES The exhibition of Cromwell's head before the archaeologists, recalls the fact that the embalmed body of Char- Suite 115 Sherlock BuikUng P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 FLfES SHUN BLUE PAINT (Kansas City Star.) V single tax Single Tax in Vancouver wedded to mai1 a vacant I Crum-bine and several of his assistants of more land than many great poets have set out hop vines around the j and musicians ever owned and at c szx x lir- 4-i-wn are to and V.L Mexico feels that we want to mortgage The hair was of a dark her resources and then foreclose the-brown, streaked here and there wi mortgage, Cuba thinks we are a fresh! blue, almost any old FAME'S PATHWAY Shade, and otter is to A- NAT.ONAL rwdiss I around the ioors. i A 0117 lot vjjsed at and altional City Bant of New at LS W "UtiCU lAJ L1J.C t T "w w J-i-iJ tt n CLwCUUC 1UU I wf TS CLA C Or XI I system, and "Never a was the replyJlot China secretly buys bat-j the citizens who do not iishjv imderstatid its -nrinciDles ;ow'ns 'tns its results and are satisfied. In viewi., gives tllat industry of the and more like value to the vacant off mv 1.1 TT j ----T tfc 1-rci.Hfl. C VY i Qr paint idea came from j money, prize of. have been of-j least about three-fourths of it. He al- waxen lot of the visit of Charles Frederick Ad-i ams, of Brooklyn, a .unted advocate of I 'Should you tax the industrious jman who builds and gives employment this system of taxation, the followi sell to other countries who I want to lick us, Brazilians shove bad money and short change on us when' we visit them, Argentinians charge us i wuu pj-eseiit, more ior the than stiejattempted to raise the bodv from its does others; Poissia tamks that we arefresting place, when th% head fell back, SCientists' Marre W COUrSS Wlth nies' f0und that "Writing from Winnipeg to The Public, on 'The Single Tax in Robert L. Scott discusses the situa- tion in Vancouver. Mr. Scott'says: of 'This is. but one of many cases, the limited municipal single tax of Vancouver is impotent to pro- duce the redemptive, social reforms claim for full application, it is fo- attention of are these instances for now. Will the anybody mana.geniont of the com-'so has a large ranch in the neighbor- real estate show, which will .-Iin Chicago for a new national anthem' _____ Tke four duchesses who will carry avoided flies. It was also ob-j This is equivalent to a confession the queen's canopy at the Coronation Americans have no England this summer have been se- j LUO.U W U.UI 0. MC VV 1 ed full open, and in death the Stuart-hies which were painted blue inside the United States. met the Hanoverian Sir Henry Holford, who was served that kitchens and dining rooms which were papered in blue or painted blue also seemed to keep the flies worthy homes or us? ______________ tooth, and some hair from the beard. In 1888 these relics came into the pos- The women of Austria have present 1 session of the late King Ed-ward VII., giant o v j uu-u. Aii JJA Ui S. ISW men and children to join any political j ecclesiastics, laid them on Charles' cof Crumbine is working out some ui being classed, as regards; lected. They are the Du-chess of music, with the old world na-j Sutherland, the Duchess of Portland, songs. The fact must be ad-j the Duchess of Montrose arid the by -even the most boastful oi'jDuchess of Hamilton. of The chances of getting anything It is reported 011 reliable ..i w7 v ii J.JLHJ.IO, tOIQ pariiament ask-jWho had them enclosed In. a Crumbine that hops were used bv wo-j casket, and in the presence of a natives of India in place of screens society be.repealed. fin in St George's Chapel, Windsor. to cure undesirable conditions. stlcks' In this way the people of Vancouver have There Is a civic pride in the factjlearaed, since they acted that the that the city has-attained world wide j best of moral justify the ac- as the largest city to havejtion they took in exempting" Industrv gone so far in tne single tax direc- and taxing land value. Men now-see tion. This spirit is evident every-1this, whose minds are impervious to ab- e, and among men who have nev.- stract philosophy. er read a word of the, GeoFgean. phll- "Though conditions still exist in CTAIOL i ti osophy, nor so .much as heard an in- Vancouver which permit to ob- exposition of it. The exper-jtain value where none is given though raent itself has made them think and j some men are still getting something ihey are thinking along lines of moral j for nothing, and more men are justification. [nothing for something, and so long as I asked a citizen who had got mil-1 this state of affairs continues want lions in land speculation, and knew I and the fear of want with its -onse- nothing of tienry George ,how he lik- quent depravity and crime wiiMnev ed the single tax? "I like it was itably follow, yet the single tax as the reply. "But isn't, it unfair to tax j applied moderately in Vancouver is the man who owns a fine house all we ever hoped for so moder- has plenty of money, no more than an OUR POINT OF VIEW The efforts .of a blackmailer, backed Make Lethbridge a known town by 07 spite, will not make the people 'subscribing to the publicity fund. Ev- of Al-berta or of Canada, lose confid-lery dollar counts. ence. in. Hon. Frank Oliver." He is! _____ and the people know it. I The public wiil be glad to know that PROSPECTIVE CITIZEN! "Qet to Know 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 (barring Torn 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 double-shift sprints at present, .but we are willing to endure discomfort, just to "witness your artistic enjoyment. Do comer Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Dispenser. Picture Framer. PHONE 555. i experiments himself regarding while through a prize competi that former United States Senator. Al- "rowing of hops around the kitchen j tion are not .brilliant. Great national; ben J. Beveridge. of Indiana is-to be nnr A songs are -born of great events, as appointed Ambassador to Germany by rule. Yet the unexpected may happen, j President Taft. He was a'plow-boy at and if some genius should be inspired 112, a laborer at 14, a logger and te'arn- door. A missionary from India told iduuid tit iOsgcr and team- The hop vines were allowed to grow'by this offer to the creation of a mus-jster at 15 As lawver he made his al] over the little huts, and the peo- teal.-reflection of tne best spirit of the .'mark, and at 37 he was in'the United Pie were never bothered-with flies. Dr.'nation he will become the possessor'states senate. Lethbridge Ironworks Co., Ltd. Iron and Brass Founders, Machinists, Blacksmiths, Boiler Makers, etc. We have just installed one 150-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 fit Office and works, 1st Avenue and 1st Street South PHONE 332. PHONE 332 ;