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 Xe.ws 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. -.me 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 The.voting 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.