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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JLETHBKIPGE DAIIiY ITEKALD LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Hcraid Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawfyj avfenlna at its Sixth street, Can. W. A. Director -and Editor. PHONE; Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 PHONE: EcUtorfal, ReportorfaJ, and :News j DAILY. St'aSCRlPTrON RATES 1 year, i vear, by mail.........13.00 15 months, .3 mouths, fi months, by I month, .V. 35c s monthSi oy waU........85c Addresses changed as often as both new and old ad- dresses be given. WEEKLY'HERALD "Wednesday in or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of week, locarand district statement that the beads of rulers other than those 'thai: wear crowns'lie j uneasy at times. I f The publicity fund subscription list is still open for. signature. Every citi- %en should have a suare in the great work to be done. Seth burv tiErht.flsfniV- Monday, May 8.1011. K the Taft Grey brought into peace pact is the American eagle will cease to scream at the Brit- ish lion, and the British lion's roar at the eagle will bo silenced.. 1 year. la advance 6 months. THE DAILY Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra HoteJ, People'3 Drug Store> Co.. IL W. Hamilton. Pir.cher D. L. McCroa. Bros. Drug Boot Co, Fernie. B. Beat, 3 months, in advance.v.50o FOR SALE AT Cranfarook, B. Atchison. L. Seinedfce. Grassy Tughaa. Diamond D'Arc's Drag Store, Msdicine Vancouver, B. C. World "Wide News Co, Browa 219 St. Also en C. P. R. Trains. hard-hearted old farmer. His brother! i William dying, the neighbors from lack of proper treatment, Seth" hitched up and drove into town to have a notice about his death -inserted in the weekly newspaper. ______ j "There aint't no charges, be' he asked, anxiously. If Tom Richardson did nothing else] "Oh ,yes, indeed." answered the edi- during his stay in vhe city but create tor, "our price is inch." an anttmsiasm that made possible the raising of such a large publicity fund, it was well worth the expense of bring ing him here. Here is A Beautiful Five Boom Bungalow, built to suit prettiest building- site in the city. Close in and plenty of trees. For lull particulars call at our offices. DO NOT overlook this as it is within reach of any one wanting a nice home. the British people have come to Leth- bridge in considerable numbers, and are still coming, but the movement of 'British capital to this city has as yet been very small. Some publicity of the right kind in the right place go far making a change. muttered the old man, an" Bill six toot Magazine, Fully modern 8 room house on Dufferm, brand new and best bargain ever offered. Small cash payment handles. A Good Conundrum A friend of a neighboring newspaper! went in the .other day with what hei thought a" good conundrum. "Why is a newspaper like a Tyc- he asked. Mounted Police at the Coronation MONG- ail the thousands of sol- j Western States, Australia, or. British diets, sailors and policemen j South Africa. There was no differ- who Trill attend the Coronation j ence in the. people, who would make it and will .be seen, and remarked on. by J wild and 'lawless, for the adventurer the attending- multitudes, nona will j is the same the world over. More create more interest or command j than to any otiher thing., the credit for more admiration than the contingent of the Royal ATorth. West MountedPo- diee. It will- not alone be 'because they Various answers were such sas "Because it has to hare someone jto run "Because it has to be ap- H. L. Borden mrbliclv invited "Because it changes, its etc. "No." said the joker, "it's, jiecause ffliers McBride and Hazen to join the j ranks of the Federal Conservative i party. The prospect looked very man should one of his own 'luring in the distance, but the not be Cunning after his neigh- fulness of the old saying that a birdj the hand is worth two in the bush' came forcibly to their minds. Thev declined as gracefully as.possible with thanks. Others Think Just Ordinarily Decent (Dayton Journal.) n JVJUU LU.C Our idea of a Dig man is the fellow maiL A Horse en the Farmer Not -all the city folks are as ignor- jant of the farmer's surroundings as (the farmers sometimes sup-pose. This evidenced by-an incident in-the jscay of a young New Yorker on a New 'England farm. "Well, young said the farm- er to his city boarder, who was up early and looking around, "been out to hear the haycock crow. I suppose." I And the sly old chap winked to his 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. Freeman MacLeod Ga Box 679 Phone 1212 Ug, good-looking men. with, a have impartially and faithfully enforc- soldrerly bearing; -her husband's rlirrarinn ton the Folk-Son Son! AH- m K-. known to the people of Western! Canada as a man: of mmutes' ling honesty. His plainness of speech has made him memte' wonh wake ier UP again- .so .many compli- her husband's dictation for -ten or the Folk-Song Society. In the or-imentS'that-one-might isaa- John S. Mayor Gayaor 'Offered'' to .increase the salary of Chiet iginal itat it department- from of.-te fire has made him enemies. In the ing of those enemies Ms strength, not with, cliques or extreme partisans, but 'with: the great body o he would repeat the pexSple. When department department at r "But one night 'Mrs. 'Wordsworth 'put a- stop forever to this nocturnal dicta- her husband's safety on his departure jg for tke She cc-stisiied to sing the hymn until her husband "When dies his back dead. the Terror, Sir ErnesV said, aad w OQ .-a bet. chief, however, can make-.more money-, of the company is. to organise'to deal .wltli set-i- all ods of fire prevention for human safe- at it as if she-ty in buildings. continued Alderman transaction of public business, and "is-spending the discussions in the Commons _ .y on public parks and civic play- and public interest centered around lie institutions are created and main- have now fourteen large [maladministration in the- Department parks Jn the heart of the city of the Interior, the appointment of Frank Oliver as head of that Depart- ment .was taken by the West and Ca nada generally as an end to vena about desired reformations, to create a. :Public bath houses in in at least the administration o desired conditions. This is instanced fiy'- wnich .stands the city at j Public lands an'l greatvpHbliC' resour in the various policies "aavocated and to add at least one such'ces. The country heaved a sigh of re- enlorcea by different authorities. .establishment yearly until we have sufjlief when Frank Oliver entered the 'ficient accommodation for a population Cabinet He a reputation; he had Marie Antoinette used to sing to the graft and notorious looseness: in there is a'maa who -Mrs .Charles JL Oelrichs has be- come tired of jewelry. She was la time criticizing the .marked contrast to other women in is unable to get when she appeared -word.' Louis Globe- cqmpb'sh this end. Different people ff.ouclay approximately VA4J.O JJliLCI Cl-lL. fj-.j. _ .-would start at to bring year we are opening the first of __j-_____ 2. chs-ln nf SE character. know- The matter of the private life of the citizens of any community is one of the things that engage the "A11 the Parks and of citizens who try to create and UP outdoor and indoor neve- a w- tain the right kind of citizenship in arid there is room, no- la-vkinx--in..ability to r an inten-iew in yancouver. Alderman of every child and cut his time..in.'he rt T> __. _ -man -svoman in the city. of hi Frank Oliver, so far as we as the public knows, C. ft .Macdonaid, of Winnipeg, mado a statement that: in this Is it not Tnir, at the conclusion; that-healthv Frank Oliver should hive in L.uij> uiat-nealthv suuuia the commendation, of many. sports and air an absolutely square deal? Is it not people. He said: breed a strong class of people who-fair every right-minded .Want Clean ShOTlIrt vithrslrf should withold -judgment pending tlie breed a. strong class I clean living. juugment psuamg uie wurdown evil in Winnipeg by] "Reach the child and the home and Destination that has been sought n ?hat is how ve 'win solve trouble'101' Frank Oliver'himself.? The Tri- concluded Mr. be one of tho first journals aid. in Canada to denounce Frank Oliver, i demand his .withdrawal from pub- jlic life'.if it could shown that he misappropriated one dollar of the OUR POINT OF VIE Make Lethbridge a spotless town. j country's money and placed it to hie 'personal account. Meantime, we be-, i farm .until after toe result of the !lieve tbe of Canada resents j llact.meeting tomorrow is or until sucii Properly placed publicity pays, but! ltimQ M the fullest inquiry has taken It cannot be -properly without! Toe trust campaign against !pJace' Jias been no com-j SL goofi deal iprocitv will hp selflsli time-server. Save for the i AH iUC Wll UT) 'uTT tflf1 J -T IfiLifl j expoQiGQtjy 3nu opportuniSTii about bat adorned" bj" CUrsed extreme! in oamr Mj; _____ he has iR' 5 PERFECTION la good for Growing Girls and they ike it It nourishes their fittle bodia makes them healthy and sirong. Cowmn's getifrpay; grocer, is absolutely pore. Itsddicioia fiavor is obtwaed by Ac iwe of grade of Coco. Jdlfdly bknded." Nothing is added to Jmptir kaslding of the Do Tea Use Cowan's Cocoa? 170 Malbrook, the prince of commanders, Has -gone to the war in Flanders. His fame is like Alexander's. :But when will he come home And the adapter .supplied an ans- not in the original: "He won't come home till morning, Till daylight doth appear." And about 1830 the delicate and.fa ther melancholy French air of Mai brook was turned into convivial song -won't till the second verse of began. "For he's a jolly good fellow." Sir Ernest Clarke's remarks went to show that many of the patriotic airs that people .pf all nations hold so dear were developed from the music or words of men ol other countries. Thus the "Marseillaise" was composed toy a j German at Strasburg, in 1792. The Jjmusic of "The Star-Spangled Banner" i was originally Stafford Smith's glee jjto "Anacreon in so that Am- [.erica's principal patriotic air -was set to the music of an English composer. ;The English national anthem was ev- jolved from a musical manuscript dis-i I j covered in 1622 by a Dr. John Bull. Gf the United States' annual pa'nt and varnish bill of railroads pay about one-tenth. diamond. of the jewels was observed''quickly, and commented upon, because she IP reported to have 3 as costly a collection of gems as ai- any -woman in Newport. "Aiiie, When you require a pure tonic for Up dim'ng conral. ask your wine merchant to you a bottle cf PECULIAR AND PERTINENT In Buenos Ayres eggs cost 5 cents a piece. CIL BJE Y J UD In India more than Jguages are spoken. native lan- Five Michigan towns turn out three- fourths dig 4Ms country's auto'mobile I product. I ,Wine Spirit Co; tETHBRJOGE ;