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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta se 4. LETITBIUDCE DAILY HEKALD Friday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD tts i_ 11 HC O O O CC M O E w o T" Published by the Lethbridfle Heraid Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evonina at its office. Sixth street. Lethbridge, Alberta. Can. W. A. Tirector and Editor. PHONE: Reportorial, and News Dept- 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Dcpts. OAtLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, .delivered 54.00 I year, by mail 53.90 6 raontas. delivered 52.00 S months.-eelivered si.oo s months. by mail 1 delivered .35c j -S months, by mail ..S5o Addresses chanced as often as desired, but both new and old ad- drosses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published ererjr Wednesday In eight, or more and contains summary of the news of the week, local and district. advance 11.50 j s months, in advance.... 50a u ixivance I year in t> -months, Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Ccpe, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co.. R. W. Hamilton. Pineher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug him." says Colonel Sam. i Ought to be Punishment Enough i Charleston and Vfe might give Diax. the Phillippiiu in return for peace. i i Difference in Barley Prices i I aIking of'the benefits to be [cd by grain growers. Dr. .Molioy, Al. P.. jspeaking of the west, says: j j "Last year 42.000.000 bushels of oats I [in Western Canada, the crop was less! the average than for some years.! T The Vote on the By-Laws the six hundred HE BYLAW VOTES were highly six hundred ratepayers who to all those out and vote deserve censure. li n i- t i r- 11- SViUf t--U Tn.nks Jt Be Too Hot For Western are -better, strong, ..Milwaukee Post. ;and heavier Qats Asbetween tnend laft and.'and will command the American! ie (.oionei Koosrvelt ;riarket higher prices, owm- to is to hunt bears in properties. In spite of" 'fact that the staple crop of Canada, up! Some Class to It ;to lhc present time, has been wheat.! dlere is nochinS >n this aereemenr so declares to the Western farmer.' as tree list is "class legislation." barley free.. U> know tha, i under the old reciprocity agreement, ofj jfrora 1S54 to IStJK, the staple crop of' Eastern Canada was barley, and we al-i so know that, at the present rime, the price of barley, on the American side, the duty of 30 cents equals, and some cases even excels, the price of A Few Real Snaps .18 Lots in Blocks n awl .15, Alexander Addition: each, 1-3 cash, balance arranged. 50 x corner Dufierin and facing east, splendid building site. Prices and terms on application. acres irrio-ated tract of land, four miles from centre of town. 12 acres under cultivation, nearly all fenced and all ditches ready for Full water right. A snap at per acre. cash handles, balance i) years. 0 per cent. Interest. This off er for short time only. 50 x on A Vest minster, Block .146. with store building-frame house and barn. Cheap at Reasonable terms. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 farmers' He is right ro tlit "classiest" hit of legislation that 1. passed :he House in several years. Msy Bar Even the Name 'Chicago Journal.) Ambassador Bacon may be payers and proceed to carry out its The civic spirit needs to be. of evidently it will take aj While two hundred ratepayers are! hundred Tom Richardsons to do it with to be complimented on their of our citizens. Finin Drunkard g Against Opportunity !had been Qn the i.Montreal Herald.) ,-t w Some official figures which have ;jusr been published by jjr. Archibald r e Western farmer, to 'Blue, the chief officer of the Canadian! in of IN AX ADDRESS :o tue city not necessity, from innocent women discussion cil of Titusville. Pa.. Mayor 'children. Assuredly, taking a few! 'in year erson spoke strongly on the from a household to pay suraiiy of appear :an imaginary injury to the borne market consumption durin- in court. This practice has been intoxicated individual is same period amounted on an suojecr. of a good deal of adverse It seem more like'umate of "4 inshels rer cairta icissn from those who have me if the. police were em-.Vjieh is conside-ed a 'hi4- estima'-e' the matter from the standpoint to search a, defendant 'bushes The those dependent on, the drunkards an-v monev they found to the lerence 'between the lowest' price v.-as support as as from the mother." That Was of the Slate and of the men themselves! It does noc seem that this method of: wheat producers and thev must be that !S cot all. It must be admit- Mr. Dickerson in his remarks to drunkards is in keepins with'rather disappointing to the opponents U 'S admi'red- lhere is no use try- Council said: crime, and it certainlv Is of redprocitv who have dwelt W deny that in Manitooa- "Almost every dollar received on the wires, mothers and emphasis on the inasnitudp and 't agricultural, province inj t-iat source takes away some comfort. les of the unfortunate men. growth of marlte' The Tl est- of the coun- We -v .cents, and the lowest price 3? cents' Chicago, on Februarv the high- Canada exported prlce for barley wag pj rhe Price 75 cents, one day; between. In other words, the differ-! between the highest price paid! Winnipeg and the highest price paid; Chicago was 38 cents, and the dif- Dupli marlte' The t0 o -i The lication of Post Office Names IMPLICATION of names of name of four post, office? in Brit-i The conclusion seem? irresistible that it does is es in Canada is something Columbia. New Brunswick. Nova that what Canada needs uow and will "lsljance- m 190S lhere werei should be avoided as much aSiScotia and Prince Edward Island. Bur- need more and more as her wheat pro ono'nrn h .raised: in lfi-- possible. Although this country is is iocaied in Ontario. New Bruns-iduction expands wiUi the influx" of----i 5R 12.000.000 by any means densely populated Prince -ciward island and Brit-'population and the rnfiow Of aecreass for j already exists a good deal of in more or less Caledonia is the name of fourino doubt alwavs open U It iJ not Canada' the rusioa and inconvenience. scattered offices, while Caledonia as remunerative -s the marke-j tarmer panicnlarl-v- as for instance, is the name of no Mills. '.Settlement, etc.. are oth- close at hand. The wheat producin- district west of h'ej than four post offices, one each in No-jers nearly of-the same name, there'countries of Europe especially able t0 ati ra Scotia, Ontario, Saskatchewan and j are two Claremonts. Clarences. Chat-: which pour into English "ports supplies J paymf price' J'n the neighbor- British Columbia. Windsor, Ont.. tsjhams; Chaplin and a. score of othersJfrom ports so widelv separated and so Vfcat they settilisr confused with other towns by the same i Three offices go by the name of Char-j different in climatic conditions as Od-' at tLe time- the; name in New Brunswick and Coldstreara. Coleman, and Archangel have their effect 'JdL1Uonal that thev willj Scotia. There is a Dunvegan In Xovajmond. and many others. Elgin is prices, and there are .Australia In- e'an of cleaning their] Scotia, and another in Alberta. Ayl-jname of no fewer than five offices, asjdia and the A.rspntine They Wil1 have the Use of thei mer, Ont.. and Aylmer. Quebec, are i is also Faliriew. jiiig an ever-fiiereasing surplus ,which would otlierw'ise be less! often confused. There is an Acton in I These are but a few picked at ran-: same market, all competing with each Therefore- so far as ths West-j Ontario and another in New Brims-jdom from the iist of Canadian posr of-joiher. and bringing down the to farmer is concerned, putting barley] wick. There are two Albert Mines, injnces and will suffice to show TO considerably lower basis at rimes u" IiSt is the thin2: that! New Brunswkk and Quebec, Prince j proportions this duplication has ai-'than is to be found in" the United-- be6n him' H sive! Edward Island. Ontario and British Col! ready grown. It is something with a small tax crop- as r-he yield per nmbia each have an Albion. Alma is should be carefullv avoided. 'ot transportation 're be aoout Last year the Having regard" to these facts, it P6r was bushels I rather surprising that a great politi- jca! party should be so keen to snend Governor Osborne's Delusion OVERXOR OSBORNE, of liichi-fter in Manitoba, or Saskatchewan, gan will surely succeed in get- j as it is in Minnesota, Dakota, -ting his name before the Can- j or Montana. summer in Ottawa of tfie that he tins to close up a rsren'es for wneat, he will make ker, which take at good prices a .adian public by abusing Canada to ad-: Canadians have no objecrion to always he disposed i rocate reciprocity. He argues thatiemor Osbome having the idea that Canada cannot compete with the Un-jthe American fanners win have all the ited in wheat, growing, because; best of the reciprocity agreement, for it cannot raise as good wheat, nor 13 jit is indeed a good bargain with which the area sufficient for them to ail parties are satisfied. But Canad-1 .dare .a quantity that the American ians will object most decided'- to thei .farmers have .any reason to fear. Go-i methods of reasoning he uses r.o come i ing farther he speaks of the Canadian ;'o that conclusion. They would noi. j as a God-forsaken country, where to have the American peopie per-1 ;no one win continue to live after to support, the .agreement bvl .inz made a pile of money in It. jany such representations as those- of to equal advantage in present mar- kers. more money ing up overrun with weeds in some districts." ftarley.'and clean- :arm. which has THE CLOUD a I bring fresh showers for the thirsting! Ungracious Qrocs (New York Sun.) i "f 0.0 i iiuee thev give the the governor's object in mak- made'by the Michigan governor. There shower? iing.swcb statements is, cannot well come to them a .great surprise! ail her (ascertained, bur ;.hore is one thing j when they lound out the real facts of'cold water on'the bridegroom' certain, and thar he ought ro know the case. having exercised them-'_____ selves to study the matter from the] flowers, From the seas and the streams: bear light shade for the leaves when laid In their noonday rireams." my wrings are shaken the i ;hat waken i threw :better if he does not already. J-T. _, liuiil ulWj .snould know thar tlie American mill-j standpoint of the American farmers.! ;ers want Canadian whea; because fanners of Canada cannot very? ishoiild know. too. thar, the wheat belt j good for them or not. But as for! ;of this country- is three or four times j themselves they know it -R-JH be a! "Wh :as large as that of the T'nired States, jgood thing, and because the very con- would know if he looked alleged by Governor Osborne, records that it is noi so cold in win--do not prevail. A Possible Reason fPittsburg Post.) The sweet buds every one, rocked to rest on their mother's breast, As she dances about the sun. j "Perhaps the Kept chickens." Wooden News.) "The lumbar region hold? the 'he doctor gravely said. Make Letb.bri.dge a ;how 10 rnr; 3. campaign to make the patient's wife J 'bridge great and beautiful. i on the bylaws yesterday! go far towards making Letbbridzej President Diax has announced that Jie city it ought to be. jwHl quietly die-as hard as he can. hut! 5 i'w'" quietly fjuit at the end of theL The passing of the Bylaws yesterday !month. vas probably the most unanimous ev-i >r recorded in Lethbridge. The assessment of Lethbridge ;seven times as large as it was It is announced in Portugal that years ago. That is going some, T- j 'Manuel is also among those who 'aHy when it is considered thar it I Were io s 'r come back.'" not small at that time. "jlads- rondeaus and triolets. I And then again F dissoJve it in rain, so j And laugh as I pass In thunder. i neighboring the sun's throne with zone, And the moon's with a girdle f pearl: volcanoes are dim and the stars 'j reel and swim. the whirlwinds my banner un- burnine of replied.j furl. "his back hum: not his head." jl am the daughter of earth and water. I And the nnrsJine of the skv- Troubles of the Ancients ;J pass through the pores of the ocean (Chicago Tribune.) Homer was 'begging his way throuth ft seven cities. "And Alf Austin is rolling in wealth." of and shores: I change but I cannot Bysshe Shelley watch the women show the The city council win no A noi A oronto oronto Samuel Adams, appointed first as- andjsistant secretary of the interior was to care for at Syracuse. X. V.. in js-j running to sonnets, bal graduated from Harvard in 1892 and j later studied at the Harvard' law jschoo) and the Northwestern univer- S.r Wilfrid gjty iaw school. Since 1S9G h- has correspondent writ- practiced law in Chicago. Company Real Estate and Investments Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 Now that I so Soon am Done for, I Wonder What I was Begun For ''acres of land are un-r Newspaper advertising beita'a ia in the world. ;