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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridge Heraid Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, j I Advertising Reportorial, and Circulation and J Job Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered........W.OO i year, hy 6 months, delivered.....J2.00 -c 3 months, delivered.....Si.OO j months, by mail......fi.iS 1 month, delivered.......35c s months, by tnail........S5a Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be WEEKLY HERALU Published every Wednesday in eight or more and contains summary of the news oi the week, local and district. I months' iud' 5 in i THE DAILY HERALD FOP. SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son AC Co.. Jacks.on Cope. Alexandra Hotel. Peoples Drug Store as Co.. K. TV. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. ilcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie. B. BeaL Cranbreofc, B. oe Aichison. L. Eelnecke. Grassy Titsnata. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store, Medicine Vancouver, B. C. World Wide News Co. Brown "its-St. Also- on ail c. P. R. Trains. Thursday, May 18, 1911. A Few Real Snaps IS Lots m Blocks 5 and 15, Alexander Addition; each, 1-3 cash balance arranged. 50 x 125, corner Dufferin and William, famig east, splendid buildinP- site. 1 rices and terms on application. 40 acres irrigated tract of land, four miles from centre of town acres under cultivation.-nearly all fenced and all ditches readv for 1'u.li water right. A snap a l per acre. 5800 cash balance years, 6 per corn, interest. This offer for short' time only. 50x125 on Westminster. Block 146. with store building frame house and barn. Cheap at Reasonable terms. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 879 __ Phone 1212 j License Commissioners' Work Board of License Commission- (would be run as mere drinking joints ers are to be commended authorities did not follow a THE SUC MR. CHl'RCHILL "Come, suppose MR. LLOY1.) "Ah. but V.'i abide by the res a it. their course in dealing with course in dealing with them. hotels of the province as is indicated jThe action of the Board in cancelling' by the reports of their findings at. the several licenses in the Pass because different sittings they have been proprietors were not following the It is very evident that they and observing the asks how fae- atiempting to make hotel-keepers jtions that are laid down by the govern- Itween Russia and Japan would have "keep hotel." That is what is wanted, jment, will meet with the approval not lasted if neither of the belligerents had There is hardly anything more harm-j only ot" the hotelkeepers who run their; received financial assistance from so- CESS10N. we ;.oss for ii, Davy'.'" nuie. would either of us as a loser, v, UM..U.., utii LII- i yi me z? uu i un v L t jasoiSLiiULt; >O- fui to a community than a lot of poor- places right, but. also by the general j called neutral powers. Cut off the ly kept hotels. Too many of i money and war will soon end. i _____. It was a shame for toe Liberals at Ottawa to agree to an adjournment o i 1 iafijcQ.J' LU were going. poor Qld Bil] jg and he ;has left over "'Yes, native replied. Awiu, Inquisition lnUe deeply insulted j'But the latest, news "about Tom is Feminine Indorsement jquired, "Jean, who ees eet die'in yotiriby who had pushed her that he's gom'To marry Bill's widow'" to teller's i LU liie pitVjng LejlCrS i'tvoici-llj-jtuv. o, The Capitol in Victoria, with .window, and handing in a check for the happy bridegroom. sccster-in-law. die." re- If yoo have not yet voted for th bylaws bustle down town and do it. swallow" it whole or go" hiingry" for "ali The polls are open until eight o'clockttime. this evening. easy-mannered stated that it was her birthday from her husband, and asked! The teller informed she imrer first indorse it. jsame man. Jim Hawthornethwaste's majority of one hundred and twentv- r1espectablc and easy-mannered S-'O. st; one., it is now up ro the wbifth Mr' Hawthorne-present he will they do with it? Thev will either' T vou for pay it. swallow it whole or 20 hnnwv m- recognize him as sh Home. Sweet Home John McS.weeney defended a Clove- nd man in a murder case. The case "I don't know what you mean.'T shejlooked hopeless, and McSweeney sub- :ociahsni jmitted .no evidence for the defence. So he explained, "you j the public prosecutor, believing that assured ended .with just conversational tone, the law- an injury you are' doing to Canadian jhalls with picture galleries of ances- The Masssj-'Harris three-storey addition at, jBrantford. Oh. ret you industries Colonel Sam Hughes and Editor Macdonald, of the Toronto Globe, are travelling across the Atlantic on the same boat. Don't be surprised if you hear that the vessel has been wrecked. ting their arguments knocked from der them on all sides. Supt. Seaman had ie before the streets all i "Oh, is that she said, relieved, made no mention of the murder He ors 3nrf coats of mail that look HkejOne minute elapses. just described in vivid colors a pretty [superannuated base burners. Your, Thus the cottage hung with honev-suc- Sociahst is. an aesthetic dear. I've got the money. YouVjkle, a young wife preparing supper ;man wir i hnrnms" onH tiio -r... i Senator GaiHnger. who can't suc- ceed-in being elected president pro of the American Senate, is a Can adian born. He is a of would not be necessary. and we're not proud of him. Then the rains spoiled them, but itlj noticed that the water did not lic't in lakes as its usual won; been, if they will have to ;be smoothed all't until the nex! rain.. Tf were paved all 'r eyes and the wife, land the rosy youngsters waitin" at'the afflatus illaminar-j ____ ;gate to greet their father re- mtellrsc; 'turn home for thfi evenins lookmR .ocks oi hair that mean-; Knew What She Was Up To jdenly McSweenev stopped. drew across thei The Jatp David Jloffatt of Denverfhimself up to his full height. Then .brain cache. Hejonce made a trip to Chicago alone a ml striking the table with his fist, he cried hungry looking, like Cas-jvhcn ho stepped from the Puilmanjin a voice that thrilled every bosom- es fit loosely about him nun the crowd on the platform a you must send him back- goes about with an abstracted fluffy young thing threw hor- home to A Wfaced iiiror upon the problem'of into his arms. [choked, and blurted out: ALBERTA'S PRIDE RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape for "that rired that comes-'in the Spring and Summer, by "fortifying your coastitution with Al- .berta's Pride Beer. i This beer is a tonic and a strengthened A glass or two daily will give renewed life and' vigor when you really feet like falling by the wayside. -Its mirity is absolute and it is a predigested liquid food, easily by the weakest stomach." It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Pride beer-is brewed from best barley malt and-Bo- hemian hops, by methods strictly sanitary. The Lethbrido'e C' Malting Co. Limited an a PHONE 554 ;