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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE-XETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Friday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OCCffiM SCR TOOT -Published, by. the Uthbrfdfla Herald Publishing Co.. tto., every .lawful evening at its office. Sixth street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A, Director and Editor. PHONE: .Editorial.. and Dept PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 53.00 J1.75 .S5c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES :i year, i i year, by 6 months, ,3 months, delivered.....Sl.OO monthe' b> .'1 month, delivered.......35c 5 months, by nail.. Addresses changed as often as desired, but bpih new-and old ad- dresses'Must be WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eisht or more page's, and contains a summary of the news ot the we.fjt, local and dlstnct- :1 year In advancn noathz, u: months., In Cross Drur fc BooX J. .G. Robert- son 6 Co., -Jaeksoa Ccpa. Alexandra Hotel, Drug Co, K. W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrea. Breve. Drug 4 Book Farnie, B. THE DAILY HEHALD FOR SALE AT CranbrookF B. Atchlsoc. L. Keinecke. Grassy Tugnam. Diamond City-3Dr. D'Arc's Drug Store. Ms'd'ieine B. C. World Vvide News Co. Brown on all C. P. R. A'Beautiful Five Room Bungalow, built to suit on the prettiest building- site ia the city. Close In and plenty, For. i'uli particulars call our offices. NOT overlook this as it is within reach of any one wanting a- nice home. Fully modern S.raom on Dufierin, brand best bargain ever offered. Small cash uaynieut handles'; v -i'. Here is another snap. Fully modern seven room house, with fire place all finished in best of style, ia on corner and can at if taken at 'Small' 'cash payment handles.'; v DREAMLAND THOUGHTFUL" 'Ere y'are. missus; yer want Xoiley's Buildius. don't SLEEPER dream 'bout, 'am an pickles." The HE Kegina City-Council, only medium" mitted to the demands of the i fctsrough .the ratepayer can three daily papers of that citylkQOiV what ;their municipal authorities meetings be open to Thev have the rigbt lo and the public. The council made itself notorious abd. any action to prevent it. is some months ago by issuinsri contrary States." It. was-'put there by under its influence ;will lose Conservatives of the-riding were j his license. This will probably do tiien, as they are now; strongly thaii fines towards ending the favor of. freer frade with the United j practice. States. j The Spokane papers argue that itf is not necessary to knock Canada to Accidents Wiii Happen (.Kansas City Star.) Tne election of Kenyon in Iowa gee settlers for the Inland Empire, Iti- v -is especially encouraging because it is ahout time the American papers re- TJ i t is very sclaom that the public wins allied that every, time they, knock this country, they advertise it. .and help to boost It. Knoofi'iilg never pays any one anywhere any time. in the case of a Senatorial deadlock. Fair Play (Winnipeg .Tribune.) Jir. Oliver is deserving of -So has dons r r j .icT siort: than toe spine of Jree and rc-jNew Jersey will soon be likewise- do Former Governor -Peanypacker says; tnat Theodore Roosevelt is that Governor Woodrow Wilson ofi. British The feasible govcrnmea.t. Not 'only, gotten. Mr. Pennypacker must that all ;ts meetfngs would be field ia -secret Cession. The but presses the only protectioajber that ail the people of. the United retaliated -by .refusing to 'publish any hajf.froin. unjust -eriti-j states have not got such short news whatever. The public :and' fusinuatlon. If- do ories as he aopareritlr has. ioojt up tiie cudgels of the editors and j not know what the council says and j demanded full publicity. The i does., they Lave a perfect right to sus- taljen'by the council was most unfa-v- peer, and iaiasiue all sorts of things D-cent T Ke .courts a full en-; 'oaservatives, ;as wellj': _ To{ 'lair-minded men, the scope. of the en-f A Prince Rupert man has made anjquiry as foreshadowed, by both the Pre! agreement with the city-council to ridmier and .Mr .Oliver is ample. place of rats for fifty cents a doz- en. That is one itcai of expense the y commented upon by the press-regarding the operations of the coua- alLJaver Canada, The position of the jci- city fathers was hard to under-! The papers of Regina are to be -stand, and certainly, was an. on victory, able' curtailment of the rights of theU triumph...not oply for the press, but] banislied ro-s ,-rom public and the press. false for the people. _ of .the white man. Value of Good Stock A Voice From the Past (Montreal Herald.) j province longj When Sir John. A- Macdonald decid-i ed to appeal, to die country in, 1391, 'Sir John Thompson was, probably, hisj i '-i'he Tory members at Ottawa [principal adviser. It Sir John in Southern Alberta i Principles .or dairy lannmg seem ,uc been times with- attention .here. Records of Hon George r, roster gets-into, out number uTgo ia Tor -nixed soon show pone and tnreatens to .nand m his; farming. One branch of :be beefed because ua-jreagnation as a mernper of the Corpn-j agriculture that is profi J profitable. During 1910 the contingent'.-because Chief Wmp. able in direct returns and cows in Quebec cow the the-land is associations for the full per dairy But in" pursuing 1.9 pounds of fat. v- _, _ an-'address to--the elec-i creamerv pioposea a to oav tae- expenses; fl0d JSS 'been; branch, it is., necessary to have tne best stock. Poor stock never pays. -It-has been stated on good authority One, JOT and Marco.J that the.average yield .ani pounds-, of miikj 'ia-r'the famous Belleville, section two cows freshened in December.; Suite 1.15 'Sherlock Building for. the factory season of .1910 was Such cows, sources of keen pleasure! pounds of 'milt. There.' are found in increas- tfqns in Quebec where it Is doubtful average is. much over .pounds. The average income per cow in. connection, with one Quebec cream- ei-j- was only As some patrbas obtained" as .much'as 834 cav, it .means necessarily that cows Ing'numbers where cow-testisg is prac- tised. Plenty of individual cows In Canada-are' averaging 10.000 and 11V 000 pounds of-milk, and Trom 300 to i'OO :pocn4s of-fspt" in .one season. Ir will from -the .above re pay, while poor earned scarcely- do not. Town Planning BLANKING- towns Is one of the matters that shottld en- gage- tie earnest "attention, of the a sensible-design for a centre of pop- fhink At Giving {Ham ikott-K erald'f) Thirteen hundred dollars from the'States, through the quot- _ considering- -the, reputation _ 'in which j j "The1 government, of I-am a! member, is i a policy I be heartily endorsed Ijority of the electors. We have made jto the government of the United of P. -Marys of ninety Britain., proposals for'feciproc-i tte Georges. better sex. Yet, -the '.female is thejuy in trade, which we have good. res- i j son to believe will result in an, arrange meet by which the markets of the -Un- Another Way of Lookfng.- At It [Ited States re-opened- to' the (Boston. produce w-hich -our p-eo-ple desire 'most ''Just POT a f short grn.y -hair, and a as --jgre; entered: the :fied- air, u-asj, hdiaJng forth in great, 'styje. Before condemning- Lcrimer. too se-ito send there. uiation. Here "We -could, especially iEjverely consider Ms service .to thei "A fair measure of is the West- and-ln-New Ontario, lay out 1 people of Western- and villages vrlth central convenienca should diagonal streets at the considered.' cause of direct "Senators. desire, asd TVS douibt _ jmere cpst-of.- putting a survey or" on the point, a Toronto'writ ?do: not do it. 'We adhere} says; "with all- the Toom we have, on a continent so large, and with all and- V that that can be -obtained without un- Coniing (due sacrifice." fGrassy-'Lake -Pilot1) j And what, might one was lhe IVfcy not invite the members of theplaedonald-Thompson idea "of and t'ne right an-JL-ethbridge Board .of Tra.iie to -in elude 'measure of [all This Sounds Fishy jfrciu. .the time J was 20 to when (New York 'World.) reached 40 years, I Jived a "Mr. and .Mrs. Bass Rock, of none of .these effeminate are visiting in phoned aicies for" ae'. Xti iate hours. Everyierintgndent telephone girl to a local reporter. summer I-went to Insane at" Kingston.' and ia S, got.-'iiT> at principally is Fish the: jSsyLum became superiniendent of the lat- Toronto y in need of dia5onal streets opportunities' we have .in town-plan- .north-east and north-west ,a continent .we go some day, when Grassy Lake in one of-their, "get ac- quainted" trips. right ahead on the old checker-board the population exceeds a million, we scheme, as if nothing: else were pos- shall :tear down miles of buildings and sih'le. Is, it no? carious how the to right'ana A Gcod'pecisron f They seem to- com- out such streets. But, mission in Ottawa which does some- in towards enforcement of the lav.-. :hey have rejected such 'an "arrange- ment as -Mr. Fielding and' Mr. -Pater- son have been able to effect? -Not. likely, for it conforms almost.-esaetVy to the standing offer which .stoocV'sb long ou the statute books, kept at their own instance. Wrhat Sir John Thomnson Edmonton. Saskatoon, as-in London and Paris. The chairman has. recently stated that j was "an arrangement" .by --which- tae glna ,Lethbridge, all these towns .of- fer; valuable lots for sale ,and the map cf-ifesse.Iots is a checker-board evory .time. countries they talk of-town 'planning, and they go OUT: and. 3p3nd millions in making improvements which will, in some measure, approach but resort to- subways and skyscrapers {any hotel man selling 'liquor to E, man 'markets of the United States.'Wilt newspaper mas, adding: "I've sheard -hjeef Worked !ter institution. Whiitj holding this p< Hook and Fishkill, -but never .Fish 'hard, .gents, worked hard from 3 to Dr. Clarke professor !tnen dirm'er; uinner, then aniof mental diseases in'Queen's Univer- On the other end of the arid Ia appointed sup- reply. i "Excuse "interniptcd o stranger j.srJhtenderit jivlio had'-reniaipscl silent, "but what sane on Queen strccz west, in this j were you iii, city, a position ever since. taken a rprorcJnetitpart in the affairs o: the vserving as dean of. the -faculty of med- iclne, and f or-many; y ears ihe has'been regarded as mental j diseases, his opinion frequently sought in such cases in the courts. as: in "York. But why not lay out new towns on artistic .'Tliis matter- should -be taken up and discussed by every town that hopes ever io amount to anything. Thous- ands sp-ent.'.now will in OUR POINT OF VIEW TLe Herald's 1911 N A Ding-a-Ling Hymn. (New York Times.) In Eondon the Salvation Ann'y lass- ies and other street-praying 'bands are singing a song that has become univer- sally popular in the' crowded sections of the city. Here is one verse of it: T'he bells ol hell'go ding-a-ling-ling you. Vat not for me'v j Tie sweet-voiced angels sing-a-ling-i I.REVV HOSPITAL '-v-. i Dr. Charles Kirk Clarke, tlis new Make Lethbridge a spotless town. and look around the country to-see thei virility and stability of Liberalism in umoer Today is Arbor Day. Have you done Canada. your Arbor Day duties? See about it if you have not. A reporqfrorn Fernie says that the f miners may go' -back to work, and net The coal mining companies claim until. ;the, conciliation board fin- they are selling- coal at a loss. It jlsnes its investigation. It is the gener- oVfel hope that they will do so. It would would be interesting to know buys it so cheap, and Vny j at that prico. Leader Borden TiJl not I daring his tour BUM- 1 mer. It may he "leaving ot in the hands of and bin lieu- tenants.- may the next election seem to better for -both miners and operators, certainly it would good thinif for the public. Tallc about -wind in Southern Alber- It in "-not in it wiub. (.he cyclone that incept over Manitoba. Dakota, and on yoiir bat a little Saskatoon Capital says that ev- en a blind man ca.n- see that doomad in Canada. The Capi- I'tal -is one of those blind men, 'or any J person wjth .his eyes open can see (something vastly different. All any has to do is to his JA----..: i i.._ _, -be that your coun- try noi other countries are. R. L .Borden will have to get a little explanation ready for the people o? .Weyburn he that, burg this Wien he visited that town on his -Western in 1S07, hej spoke niider 'banner bearing the mor-! i to, "-JlRtfiurodty- witn Uiu United Here is what Tom Richardson said about is- a spleffdid number and a credit to tke city. It is well got up and printed. The information in it is valuable. It will do lots of This special number will be out on SATURDAY, MAY 13th Single copies 25c. O refers of half a dozen or more at a reduced rate ling ...Through 'all eternity: People seeni a. sort of sym- the Toronto General j pathy far men .who are Imown to be born la the 'SI- j a sneaMng..desire to is thy Ont.; "on February 15, 1S5T, the j prove men'-pf good repu- soa of-Hon. Charles Clarke. He. was j tation.. thv victory i rp -no sting-a-ling-j ling, j 13ut siug-a-ling-ling for me. ]v A Strange Account i I; A negro sharper started a bank inj jpeorgia, in one of the smaller towns, land the negroes who lived thereabout ivere much taken with the idea and! scrimped to get.a.few dollars to stattj an acount. i -7 One-man made a. deposit of five dol-; jars. Six months later he came into bank and said: "1 wants my five dollahs." "Yon ain't got no five dollahs beab, i the banker, who acted r.s paying and receiving teller, cashier, president, and, carried the money in ,his pocket. "No, suh." "But I done put five dollabs in t'lis yer bank six months ago." know that, suh, I know that tn' intrust jist natur'ly done ?ac it{ Evening Post. Timefy of men gathered ,rn itig car of