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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by the Uthbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. every Uwfuj evening at its office. Sixth street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Managina Director and Editor PHONE: e 7 and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dept, DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES l rear delSrered.........J4.00 i year, bv W.OO C months, delivered... ..J2.00 5 S months, delivered.....Jl.OO 6, months, by mail..... month, delivered..V.'.V.SSc J by Actresses chanced as often as desired, but both aew and oid ad- droeses must be jrivon. WEEKLY-HERALD; Published every Wednesday in eight or more contains a summary of toe news of the week, local and district. Hon. Geo. E. Foster on Charity (Ottawa Free Press.) That was pood advice which Hon. B. Foster Kave to an Ottaw year is advance i 3 months, in Advance... .50s Lethdridgc Cross Drug smoereity is doubt-And have the world applaud mv'uame.! u it 1S JUST. kind of commonj That will not heir, me when I die. talk taat good men. men satisfied to .plod along Canada needs, out of public! And do my best vear after vcar. _Atl men are no. thick face the fight, however strone and uiose who have not 50. the hide! But still to keep mv conscience Oi a rhinoceros tind more charm, and! clear. "Wednesday, May 17, 1911. A Few Real Snaps 18 Lots in Blocks balance ar and 15. Alexander Addition 50 x 125. comer Dun-'orin and U'illijim. I'aci site. Prices and terms on application. 40 acres irrigated traet of land, four jnUes acres under cultivation. irno-atino-. FnJj water rio-hr.' each, [-o cash, splendid bit i Id i no- re o. MIU! all dio A ,i town., 12 for cash shur more self-satisfaction.- in sticking to their own private last. i :Most-of are sinners in this some of us more ihau others. That; cnarity towards the i-oluicians City Aid for the Consress -i-.T the reciuired thirty thous- should stimulate every citizen to -P. and doilsn? ro finance the Dryjnis best to add his influence to Farming Congress is assured. I the con-ress for Lethbridge resolution of the City here have influential friends itself on record as favoring [the State? that will represented a srant of five thousand dollars congress at Colorado Springs this! ifiat purpose should this city They should wme their friendsLMM tue congress will receive the ap- in these States and get them to proval of the people.. The congress a spoke in for Lethbridge with the will mean much to this city, not only egates who will KO to "the congress directly bur indirectly the benefit that Southern receive. The action of the no ony eates wo wll go to the congress fn i tly through L'very little helps, and lots of SU Alberta wiiiiin this citv and afreet can do a if I lel se ever so much. DYSPEPTIC PHILOSOPHY (New York Times.) Hnn L- men die hard, and others are: "on. (..eo. i-.. hosier would have oih-.dead easv jers show lias not. always been in evi-i nf 'rion-rt K- ounce oi prevention is worth a own jpouud of 1-to.ld-vou-so j mere is probably no man in Canada! "_____. has die facuuy better developed.' A woman seldom puts off till to w nasty and euititig things than'morrow what she can wear today perhaps nor altogether You can't telfnTw" much monev a I he ,p.osseS8es oCjinan is making from the clothes" he speech He "thinks on bis.1 wears. You must set a look at his 0; centimes bis tongue vay his thoughts, and.we some-i _____ ne subsequently regrets; It's only on the morning .after., UialJ ng wnien Qe has young man is apt to realize he car' ,o long ago Mr. roster was com- not get ahead by getting a head, to swanow some of his own; it er in the work. But it should not! the telling how a colliery team I who th ddzen. whoturned to PJay with two men M P-0. 1979- OWNERS OF rnm Suite 115 Sherlock Building ne 1291 i and do all in his p( Association in attaining court. Reunion aid and for on8 of cbief objects j object. Jhe aiding-of settlers from the British! Jc is a -work in which corporations isles to bring out their families so f should interest themselves that they may become permanent citi-1 city Itself, and every industry in the of Canada. The fulfillment of keep matter "in mind aim will have two important employing men ior the work z.- on Western Canada. It will give j bead this summer. They can do j it. __ f "Wbat's iaad'" asked the ref asKed the lef- the late s test were invited to attend "Cere's bin a fall .0' coal an' Just got con j a dinner; th' oit l was ihel rc population a boost by giving it aifor the up-building of the community him rhe coaJ fell on." "fi niT-whoT- i. ___ -i _____ 1 1_ T _' "He-li eoom if fre-can, though' raav- he'11 be a 'bit late. Tha sees arge number or hard-working, home- {by into the cirv mea n-ho loving people, who will be Jaw-abid-{ will -locate here permanently ftnd because their interests are I needless to say. these are the men families to support. if everv Canada. The other effect of t Any Advance? j The auction was in full swing. bidding was very, brisk, when gree of doctor of laws' at the com- mencement in June. He has been pro-1 fessor of the Yale law school since! its foundation, and was a member the class of "til. j to -send -home for the support of his family. The standard by which any nation 3s judged is the quality of its' citi- zens. The character of the people de- pends on the home life of those peo-; riusfcjia conv walked up. to. the auctioneer! employed in the class, neld a short conversation with him'ging the Nordho In Prussia convicts are successfully a but would also be doing Lethbridge eye- said: a good turn in its campaign to reach "Gentlemen, I am informed that the mark. Get the man containing in notes I dv who will spend his -i home. Encourage the of immigrants .by giving money at. better class' the prairies, draining estates. g for the Lture of certain valuable documenrs contains the owner is prepared to .-i nut; uiem i uivucj js prepareo to Pie. A or homes is bound tojthe preference, and this new for its return and no ques- be a rounun-. a vnnA then attract and hold as ashed'.'" the very best class of people in the! reigned for a brief space! English-speaking, Ulen a small "voice was heard to a stable country, and a good coun- try to live in. What -better work. then, than to help to make Canada a nation to be proud of, by aiding in the work making people. call: POTATO HILL PHILOSOPHY (Ed Howe's Monthly.) Why are women's stockings so longj and men's socks so short? OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbridge a spotless town. Mayor Adams says the residential streets should be paved to save main- And still it kept raining. There tenance expenses. jr costs A1- Poor while j Hearts Stay Young The late Archbishop Ryan, once at a banquet in Philadelphia, illustrated the subject of old age. "We he said, "never seem to grow old. Our hearts remain young and even our faces in the glass If you are under discipline you are (not amounting to much. Unless a man amounts to a good deal be should not say he has done his best. oerta will cry enough. A vote for the :hyiaws wil! mean a! vote for a bigger and a better Leth- bridge. on paved strets are small after The "in" Hial cost. j One day on withered, bent. costed me. a _ WeJI disappeared Ions ago, except as look old, as do our friends" fac- of the human family raise it. People dislike advice, which is a pity The ratepayers should not neglect Supt. Reid's quarterly report on electric department was some reponjsoenrf Umo and all nght. There are no, many towaslothers OTt'to T- ,'i tnat can show such a record rhaf _____ "cora SooA representative vote be poll- led. Aid. Ashcroft expressed the feari ._____ that water from the coulees might get! ray-bearded man ac-lfor thc-v W'U always get lots of it. he said, 'don't you remem- ber me? We were at Car low coiege.' "I was taken abaclr. I xvas shock- ed. i knew he was my age, but f had no idea J was his." Jio the city's coal mine, it may wa'te'r The to Southed ,a out there is no mining stock Board of Trade Convent on ______ one' and a splendid spirit of unitvrand iprogressiveness prevai'ed It is The Conservative members arc ,hat every Board Q' 1" or-jlecturers, ting some awful reciprocity surprises jin rhs should'join and a when they visit their constituencies.! Promote. There will be more surprises when! some mor-e of them go nome. j j -Sir John Curling, whose death is Tne women of Lethbridge should j hourl.v expected, is one of (he old n )r A ___i._ j _ _ _ _ v wake it a point to attend the public men in Canada He was y .ration of fl-nr., Macdonald's and FAMES PAT.HWAY Professor James Smith Reid, the em- lish historian and educator, to rhe United States this one of the Lowel] Institute was born in Scotland. May 184fi. HQ received his education the city of London schools, and finish- ed it at Christ's College, Cambrid-e T Xo doctor can take care of you as well as you can take care of yourself. The trouble with modesty -is that half the time if you don't butt in you don't get in. President Taft has appointed Edwin V. Morgm. of Xew York, minister to Portugal. .Mr. Morgan has seen diplo- mat.c service, having been minister- to Cuba and minister to Korea, in ad- In billiards, and in everything else, the balls seem to roil for an expert. It isn't luck, it's skill. There may have been a i.jme when it was more pleasant, to give than to re- ceive, but it isn't, now. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT It is reported in the Sheng Hut a Honk Kong native paper. OUT IN THE COLD occupying embassies aiuj consuls posts prior to annual export of human hair to Amer- Ail except i wo [United States as there UI.UI.CEI ua'ujvre ai-" n is believed, had been blown out to j Belgium.. Denmark. Jtnh; -More than a doxen birds, including an owl, wren, thrushes and cnMtin- ches. alighted exUfstisterl on ihe-rteck of the steamer pi-many pictures "by" Fterabrandt died sea by a gale. i j f immediately. TheyiSpaln and Switzerland pu't The French press is. perturbed ovc, the statement tho TIic year. Thos. Bradshav.- has rosignod ,ljs Position as managing the _ Imperial LiV 'Insurance Co., u> join 'ho firm of .L. K, hrok brine Toronln.'1 .Ins. K. Picket? Wesl lo position with the insur- ;