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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD Tuesday, May 9, PublUhtd by the LtthbrZdfle Co., Ud. at office, Sixth street. LtthbrJdge, Alberta, Can. .W. Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Reportorial, and Naws PHONE; Circulation and Job'DepU. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES ear, dcirrsred i year, mail 13.00 6 months, delivered 12.00 5 c KV 1175 3 months, delivered..... 5LOD S.moathB. b> l .delivered 35c f 3 moults, by S5e Addresses .'changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given, WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or asore and a sum-mary of the news of the week. local and district. 3 mouth's, ia advance.... 1 year la advance aonths. in Cross Drug Book Store, J. G, Robert- son Co.. Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drue Store, Co.. R. W. Hamilton. Ptncher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Book Co.. Fernfe, B. BeaL THE DAJLY HERALD FOR SALE AT B. C. Seattle Cranbroolc. Atchisca. L. Kelaecke. Grassy Titgnam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug; Store, Medicine ..Vancouver, B. C. World 'Wide News Co. Brown 213 4th St. on all C, P. R. Trains. Borden declares that he will fight reciprocity to the bitter and it surely will be a bitter end for the. Conservative leader and his party. The Phoenix thinks the [sheriffs should act as hangmen, too. would soon have poor of (sheriff Is such an idea was adopted. fublic DR. BELAND f Harry W. OF BEAUCE Bob Edwards is issuing ihe Op- erier at Calgary, while his mortal en- emy is trying to ruin political reputa- Uoos down East. Lethbridge holds the large families coming to i and anon, taking Time by the seme enterprising newspac publishes the rumor'of che early ac- cession of Dr. H, S. Beiand, ralember for Beauce, to tbe Dominion Cabinet. To the Individual who knocks around the Commons' corridors for a fftw days, strays, it may be. into" "Sixteen." and record for it from a-, cross the ocean. Sixteen in one fam- drops conversation with ily is going some. A few such ies would soon make a small town large. Pincher Creek is now after electric A r'f f- T A lime ror Uetermmed. Action and what better mixture couiu act for? WILLIAM WKTtE. to investigation ofj ent of the C. P. R-. has wn (the. actual the case, and more I eluded that there is something [determined- representation of these to .-consider in "the volume of to the _ _ bead offices. j o r a laconic telegram, and that is poanng into him against ,_ i._ to order Salt Cuy to go threw himself 'jback and sit down until after 19.U. alwavs knew en Francaise. there is nothing as- tonishing in the persistency of--thepe press predictions! The quiet, young French-Canadian is power. Is there a hidden "move on rarely heard in thej part to get enough voltage to notwithstanding the fact that cute some of tbe railway jolliers iijhG IS rep-uted to be. one of its-most has had in its midst during the past rnlliant effective year? It couldn't be blamed if thatp8 not at a11 showy. He doesn't court was its purpose. 'tlle But behind the scenes '._____ is one of the most important col- 1'he C. P. promise to 'Q the production of the gate ought to ensure the early corn-1 'Play. For he knows the a'ud-j of operations .on this endjience- understands ihe'men. and of the Weybarn Jine. they will 'before the curtain. the facts as presented to them by thej Dr- Beland is peculiarly the repre- Lethbridge Board of Trade of rural Quebec in the House correct. Commons. He is native to its soil son of a toy tntui- Scotlaud will soon be depopulated. he its mind accurately and this rear's immigration to "When in doubt: ask T Canada keep? up. They are the the-safe maxim of minister kind of people we'.can get. Thev to meet approval usuallv shrewd in business, of the habitant'For he Iterian'in reliaion. and'Liberal la poli-imakes few mistakes when It comes to r.nnW pnterpreting the sentiment of his peo- jple.- They sent a hurry-up call for the j Beauce physician when they found .themselves battiins; with Bourassa in Drumniond-Arthabaska in i T 1 Soiitiiera A oerta is united or Lsr.h- and the Bn-: Farming Congress.; lhp is action, of his company in neglecting j -vj that those interest ed have g ,j the construction ot ihe western end should be quick and strong in fcfloar-f R Mendh, toward this of.-the. Lsthbridge-Weybum line. H-Jing up. the advantage. It is hard realiees that the Lethhridge Board of [estimate.-the-benefits tftat would ac- Trade and the farmers and landownersjcrue to-this city and district from the in the district the line would travel j construction of-the line. It is an, ab- But it wasn't known until after that tie sig- nificant message the was: "Naval policy not understood: j Election day two-weeks too soon." Henri Severin Beland was born at That acre garden at Kimball Thrfte Rirers fortv _ ._ f -i----r_ti_ 1 are" there must eat about. West, and thsceople here believe that [The land'cannot be developed unless it is through no fault of -his thac railway is built. It is of the at-; line has not been built before. importance and of such vital be able entered the Classical at the insistent demand for the iinejcessltr that no effort should be mstead-of importing them, RiverS( r ifie-' .noum resulted in his being granted! al source of income, and 5O dear to Ms; keart. ec'ould stimulate him, as it apparently ed to have the line 'built at once. Potato t-arming PRODUCING eight hundred bush-jago, Prof. W. H. Campbell, he of dry els of potatoes, or even half jlHfld farming fame, gave a splendid potatoes thai quantity on an acre of on potato culture, -which. showed beats wheat growing for profit Of j how it can doae oit a large scale ;f Timro -i-iTrn !3.KU 'OracticallT'all done torse pow- it aJi wneat larms ciirn-i It. is a. profitable crop, not only good we do at Present- Think course, ,.e ed into potato patches the prom -ould _ not be so great, as there would be Strength Burlt in Different VVay (Camrose Canadian.) The Calgary News Telesrain .has of money re-jmacje a discovery which is that "Mr. secured Ms arts degree, to jiLaval for his course in meaicme..., .Up- on gradua-tion' he practiced x Keal Estate and Investments OWNERS OF oftiin Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone Not To Be Lightly Broken YORK HERALD persiated. to bring him to earth, the direct: "What of Bourasaa? Is he interpreting or moulding French- Canadian And..finally; ".Will-he triumph in A shrug of the shoulders; emphatic sbake of the. head. it Provincial separation. Theory's national, entity. The bJttant ?o- French-CanadJan farmer is which devotes it- he doingr thinking, to beating drums and waving he own ideals. He is is nor lor him. loyalty is loyal-to the British Crown, make j flvot aay on that.; One of my things, the separatist memories is the devoted way in which [nor the drum-better can "lead Crural "Bourassa will not the words mother taught me of la bonne reinejQue'nec in the final analysis, under came slowly now, "because Nation-! That sentiment .-has jTowniPie win It preaches Canadian unity, and jealous of his coun-ipnoray under world that, the Irish don't'" But he wag not to escape.' 9. doesn't practice what it him .for generations, ..But is i bigger, .broader ideal of Canadian aut- ;