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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY by the Lethbrldge Hersfd' Publishing Co.. Ltd.. every at Its office. SJwth iKrSei. Alberta, Can. W. A. Managing Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Reportorial, and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job 125-> Saa DAILY SUBSCRIPTION KATES I delirered f-LCO 1 year, by mail 5 months, IJ-W fi mootllil by mail 3 months, delivered I month, delivered 35c 3 montbs. by wail changed as as desired, but new and old ad- dresses must bo given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in diirtu or more and a sumraary of ibe news of the weak, local and district. 1 year is advance 3 months, in advance. f months, lu ,v Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson 4 Ccpe. Alexandra Hotel. People's Drue Store Co.. H. "W. Eaiailtoa. PI richer D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drus 4 Book Co. Fern I e. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. AtcMson. L. Helnecke. Grassy Tugnam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store Medicine Vancouver, B, C. World Wide Kcws Co. 'Sly St. A'lio on aM C. P. R. Trains- The' W 1TH ,_______. :ry ia the province: ah app 11- cant for a farm, and only en farms to -be. allotted, it is only- natural1 io expect that the announce- ment of the location the Demonstra- Farms j The regular demoustrati'on yinj, of course, particular at- A Beautiful Five Roorrs Bungalow, built to suit- jwrciiaser. on the prettiest building site in tfec city. CJose in aad plenty of trees. For full particulars 'call at our ofi'h-es. BO NOT overlook tliis as it is within reach of any one wanting a nice home. Fully modern 8 room house on brand new and best bargain ever oi'fcred. Small cash payment handles. Here is another snap. Fully modern seven. house, with-fire place all t'imslied in best- of style, close in corner and can. be had at if taken at once. Small cash payment handles. Bos 679 Phone 1212 Bv THE POST-OFFICE GUYED. our mrnres.-ioum: "THE SHOCK.'1 disappointment teniioa 10 dry f arming. The Clares-j holm farm is in such a location it will able to demonstrate the type of. farming best to be followed in most of Southern Alberta, while the Dom-jbave quite an extensive aristocracy An English lord has bought a Brit-1leave the chamber. It would not ish Columbia ranch. B. C. will soon iQuite right to say that Sir Wilfrid inioa Experimental Farm -at. Leth- bridge -fill the biil as far as en- concerned. An Edmonton newspaper the farmer on irrigation. rhat city to edit- a paper in suffers fools gladly, bra he assuredly i does much by courteous attention to1 man "scst obscure.back-bencher to raise j tone of parliamentary debate. Even The demonstration farm idea is; a! Taber. Xobodv v.-iii blame him. ribn farms will 'be s- to many" .places. SA survey of the province, however, convince the general public chat file farms have been weM distributed, and placed in localities where they "will be able to do the best and most useful service. The original imenuon-jrarpior a .place where he can _gs.therjcent developments at Ottawa is be a less unworthy of the to place three south .of Red way the .best public man should not bank his icon-J5rave regard in the eyes of the first and three north, but thanks to followed, in agriculture ia his -OIU should carry it. around in as fle fronts them. jmembers who have the desire to ob-' }struct the proceedings of the house- splendid one. It brings close to the' Tfle lesson to be. learned from tnai1 inform the members generosity of the C. P. R., the govern- ment has been enabled to supply an farm at Sedge-prick. The Medi- cine Hat farm had been arranged for several years agro for dry farming ex- ticular district: He in .the future that" he was unable I to acquaint -himself with the proper way to till the soil and se-cure the Sir Wilfrid is not now a youag- man.; !He has almost reached the Psalmist's; most profitable results. A messenger boy in Xew York was'. allotted span. It is forty years sines' given a dollar for returning a certified Labor Member Favors--Reciprocity 'cheque he found blown change. in the street. THJS CAFITAUSTS in. tie East have done their utmost to drive. the -working classes into the interests as op-posed to che agreement. The reverse was the case. Boys 01 Ontario seem to have a cuiaung in the province. "Is queried Mr Verville for maidn" -varns abou' be-; ti-reeiprocity band sincemy-shown by these and roboed- There inU3[ cfrthe dire calamity that would asking for protection, and in the! e a ttte industries of the-counts if free trade in _____ labor. On this question or -labor they procity were adopted. The labor tbeir val'mted loyalty when the'vl Siftqn. was thrown from not to be stampeded, however. and even as -far as horse at the Oi.ta.wa horse. shov.% of tie situation did not the facts of he first entered public life. His i health has always been of the doubt-) iful thing to guard careful .His paueE'Co and un-' jder these conditions have something! Olympian in them. His rare smile is; lUat of the man who is intensely hu-i man and mightily -interested in his. fellows, but who continue to sit! ser men take their leisure and enjoy j" the passing moment. Suite 115 -Sherlock Building to them, that the manufacturers would the labor ibuc wasn't hurt. market-for foreign countries. I nis When he is thrown i in the House of Csni-, suffer in the least, but, on the other that the present-'trade agreement iviJlJHions by the electors of Brandon her hand, they were convinced that in tie i help to'solye the great problem of dis-i ms-Y the effects of it. "Just fora Toke} J Phone 1291 industrial centres the cost exists. i-et us; would be reduced and the In-i make it an. object for labor to return) A St. Louis preacher resigned his; Kcpe Short Lived creased market for the fanner work upon the farm by paying and- went to Detroit because! A ilissourian from the Ozarks give to wages. Let the farmer take hisjtliere was better baseball'in the lat-jcently went to the to see duct of the factories, thereby .bright-lull .share of his production. ]et cil-v- Surely heard of the i sights. He had never been in a big- city ening the outlook for a steady demand 'consumer -pay only his share of Canada' League; or he would (before. We walked down the street, j F. Augustus J-Ieir.ze. rhe millionaire :mining man. who is reported to be ne- PECULIAR AND PERTINENT :ncath the surface." Near the Ladrone airships which-get afeovs Inlands, in the Pacific; the .depth is re- igotlatiaf for the purchase of a Xew'cioudg aTaight, it is planned in Ger-iaDout fh'e miles." Corning newspaper, is at swords''many' 10 send up -balloons containing! to for labor. .to a reasonable margin The only out and" out Labor member the -large profits of the middle of the House of Commons is Alphonse then we are'making of the citizens aj have moved to Saskatoon. The preservation, and .care of Hooking in the windows and enjoying jo1' a newspaper .'himself hugely. At one place he carr" cri the i a reading, Exchange." the .The mountaineer hurried into It is'electric lig. Japanese .to soy" is exported chisl'lyja-Sem e United States, Hawaii: Port Ar-''ocal asfricultural The Danish government has- this year granted for the encour- a-Semear, of agriculture, and the "lie societies, with S4y store, which was filled various Verville, for Maissoneure. former The Labor man rllc eastern-slope of Ident of the Trades and. Labor Con-Jed the annexation boge-y and the men'Rock-v fountains is ne- Sress.of. Canada, In a speech on re-j who raised iu cessity to preserve .the rivers .of specimens of feminine handicraft. ciprocity in the House of He-was particularly., optical in his berta, Hon. Frank -recognizes) "Is this the woman's hej tne other day, he declared himself; references; to" financiers who under- jtnis, and his proposed -legislation in lasted Gotham so tnat he J his warfare with the' of capitalists more aucl Korea, each taking'500 members, receive subventions am< j approximately gallons annual- jounting ro in faTor of. the measure, Uookvto oppose.-the.agreement on is excellent. He declared that an effort was be-, grounds. "Their own he j J----- ig" corporate and selfish ''forget their patriotism by! js_.- ansi.vereij a very'tall, ven- i gaunt and very spinsterlike person IPublic Too people believe: they can There is "one place in the Atlantic do cs they please all'day'and get .Ocean, near the Virgin Islands, where j gireness at night, when" they say theitf .'the bottom is, four and a half miles be-; prayers. population of Great Britain and Qind the counter. interests and the press in! in vestinf the savings of the Canadian j Ireland has nearly doubled in the ine and he their employ to represent the outside, of The-Western-Farmer is Fair POLITICS should figure inlown induaoy, that tariffs must JL the reciprocity discussion when considering the inentable. Politics-are a j .cessarr- evil... Tfrey 'take their Qae vfll objecc w .Ms; "alternately as the salt and the poison.arg'utneiit of the Monetary Times, but; of public life. One of the most cls-lsurery that.sound financial can1 pleasing features of the campaign see that under 'reciprocity the! Canada the proposed are simply getting- the extra! 'treaty, is the attempt in certain riuar-'market, which they have asked for.' Eastern Canada to bc'wnile the eighty years, in spite of tne immense amount of emigration. During sixty- "I guess I years of that time, .the country! .1 ihas enjoyed free trade: The results jsaid apologetically, hurrying out 3e! apparently have not been so calami-1 v. tons as the tariff reformers would I _ jmake people beiieve. Right i hing Qthers. ters to UZ? Eastern Canada to oc'wjiiie the raan-uracturers are pracd-' Joiockec. down by lie West, and vicejcaUy left as they have been, fully pro-! versa, to pit the -Western farmer from1 outside competitors. The! nlnst the Eastern manufacturer, to re-i Western fanners ,except those the..annexation of Canada present that the interests of one fee-j are out and out free traders, are will-'Proposal to. beat .the'reciprocity treaty.; tlon are detrimental to the other, bul-id a big nation there must nal harmony. Provincial fencing- with the Dominion same, time they recognize that. T-ne loss tne .Panamajsaid: the West taunting the Easr. the of reciprocity is Fair- 'Don'c minfl m-v JiLlle making wroth the West, are not fac-jinjuring the -manufacturer. Reciproc-j -vlr- Bennett likes flank mean what-I say. AS a "matter of tors condncins to nation building ofjity is going to benefit the Western 'surprises and results by; ..indirection, j fact, you don't carry, your .age .-a bit value. The manufacturer must real- farmer. It will give him (better kind of its due in! i7.e rhat there is gometbing more for j for his produce, and enable him run. We consulted an The new Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Francois Charles Stanislaus Lang- i of Quebec, early won a name in native province as an able and sa- [gacious After a, briHiant ca- jreer si Laval he was called to the bar !in 1SC1. --After a short stay in Paris was appointed of Roman don't seem to be able to say later professor of civil law right thing to a political economy at Laval. He, [young man confided to us tlie created a Q. C. in He has, [day, "and that's why I don't shine in i Polished a. number of books on law.! society. I'll vou an instance of it.1 He was elected to the Quebec Legis-1 r {Not long ago I met a woman J hadn't jseen for years and I could see that j she was trying to keep young. So I and IJss'ividtti Froiiis Tet5? Assets Over Sensational ..Statesmanship (Life i i thought I'd say a graceful thing to Congressman Bennett, of her. 'You carry your age reniarkably THVS r. "And rhen she killed me with a consideration the growth of his j spend more money in purchasing about him and Teamed that'jt be- haughty look and away, without 0-sva industry, that tariffs mus t'aeiarticles the manufacturer to his political destiny to sit s-aymg Say, shoujd stretched or slackened for the nation's manufacturer has been extremely-down on a tack. At that .point put Plain Dealer. and not the individuars benefit. The I foolish in his opposition to rhi? found .his fiuish. HJs-term ex-i_______________ Western fanner must realize as he has antagonized many on March 4. there is something more for consi-I-jin Western Canada, TVUO .tvbile rlic-yj eraLion than his-own prosperity, in natural profits.! be must regard the tariff as an in'-er-jWere not advocating that the The Patience, of the Premier ;Toronto Globe.) mediary between the-captain of induB-Sshouid -be.thrown completely on! a11 acquainted with The actiia' PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The cultivation of couon In Siam is, being encouraged by the ministry ofi :ure.-and is" attracting the at- cver jets a start in life (ui-less 'lie inherits is r.irr.ost irsyariobly- the except by regular A- -Savings' Account .foundation of success. an account in ihc Unio: help to save syslciaaticaliy- your savings Coiupouncl Inicrcst." Main Office cor. RoutVd rterin-th 5ts.X3. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. 'Grassy Luckhardt, Waniocr. Baulc of -and increase THP CA i 1 -i -JL_j AN-K SIR EOFxIUND WALKER. LUp., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER try and the agriculturist, not as Ms 'all manufactured gccdh Iworkiwg of the Canadian Parliament-. tennon o: capitalists. iary machine, the patience .of Sir Wil-; The cost of coal prediction in France! I.av.rier in his conduct of the pro- is greater than in air.- other of tne Coravaons is prover-'in the possible" exception tlie _ I AI ,tc nt f.- -n mf s New, ;afure for Montmagjiy in and for hns and Quebec Centre He ivas a jbial. Tt is one of the factors that give'0f !Sir Wilfrid his supreme place .in the ,and is stfecliiv int-reasins. of Crown lands and af- provincial rreasurpr in ihe Make Lethbrldge a spotless ;ger 'busy, and tihe work that day Is set a.part to do. in a name? Five cents, for; the census enumerator. j of the Dominion. Ho'.tr I after hour, day after day, ijtje Premier. il of The of Ma'1 iias had in cabinet of He married TO tne with be of ir ioon. MP-rie j but Sfbe died in .'as ohief lust ice are of Quebec Cify. i. Hit? the Superior oo.irt At least sevpn provincial eonsrku- and apparently with Gr.iffrey. curator of 'encles agree rhaf the so bad all around him on -both.-paintings at t.he in Paris, bay Tornorrovr is Arbor Day. Every bod yimade a wise choice of shea for the of tiie House the members eith-'been appointed curator of paintings has not already done so, should nionstraiion er wpeuly indicate boredoin. iirt in .Boston: of Quebec dates from be signerl his for Quebec Centre to accept r.hft office. He wa.s creai.ed Bachelor June. 1007. ___, REST, 3' Issued by The. Canadi.-in Bank of .Commerce arc most convenient form in which to carry money when iravelling. They are negotiable everywhere, and the exact amount payable'in the prir% cipal foreig-n countries is printed on the face of every' cheque. The cheques are issued in-denominations of" 520, and 3200, 235 and may be obtained on at Bank.' Tn-connection Trr.veJk-rs' Cheques The Canadian Bank of Commerce has issued a booklet entilied "Informatiou to'those about to which will be sent free to- anyone applying for it.. ileihbridge Branch C Nourse, ;