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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .LE1TTBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May 10, LETH8R1DGE DAILY HERALD SO OeOEMOEBT TOOT the" LethbrJdge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd. Published by the" LethbrJdge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street. Lethbridse. Alberta, Can. W. A. 'Director -and Editor. PHONE: Editorial, Reportori.il, and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation arid Job Depta. 1252 6 months, by DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, by mail C months, delivered.....52.00 S months, l month; delivered.......35c "s months, by mail.......-SSo Addresses chanced as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published Wednesday in eight, or more and contains summary of tbe news o! the west, local'and district. l year ia advance t aonths, m iNdvancs ....76s S months, in advance....SOo Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Ccpe, Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pi richer J.Mitchell, D. L. JlcCrqa. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fcrrsie. B. BeaL THE HERALD FOR SALE AT Granbrook, 8. Atcfaisoa. L-. Relnecke. Grassy Tugcam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine Vancouver, S. C. World Bide News Co. Browa 219 4th St. Also on" all C. P. R. Trains. tune in setting the expenditure of from Quebec on Sir Wilfrid's SWl.Oiio under way. The people want jjwture lo England told the followinjr-' it. spent wisely and as dulrkly ng the' "The ro he in the work required can be done. jbest of health. eyes are bright ,atuj excejjent_ TheWomen's Auxiliary to the Boardi Hughes, who is aboard, remarked upon of.Trade sot off to a splendid start and took occasion to surest that (teruay. Kvery woman who explanation lay in y cure which an the meting ha? a right to consider her j'o'fl '.vonuin prescribed for Sir Wilfrid! 'self a inem'ocr. as there no years ago. it was at the time' .zation before. {Sir Wilfrid's health was very poor. j jColonel Sam discussed ii with an old The Yankee farmers .-ire ki-.-kins; in Victoria Tory she such a racket over reciprocity that one i too. the Colonel >rtys. Sile pre- think (hey were alarmed, j scribed and bran and some- Their cries and tears make tlic thing else. Colonel Sam forwarded the terics and crocodile tears of the Sir Wilfrid acknowledged Manufacturers' Association jit to file old lady, now look at sonnet like whispers and look like dew. aim." says Colonel Sam. r in return for peace. l I Difference in Barley Prices! Talking of'-thp benefit? to deriv-i Dr. Moiloy, M. F.. -Mg' bwhete of Ought to be Punishment Enough i Charleston Xews and Courier, 1.. niisht sive the jweie raised, but owing: to the drought! jin Canada, the crop was less: the average than for some years.! The Vote on the By-Laws BYLAW VOTES were highly.the six hundred ratepayers who did! _t satisfactory to all those Ser oni and deserve censure.; Ambassador Bacon for the progress of the shows deplorable lack of interest 'from Paris tp Every measure submitted ro the rate- Part of a great majority of citi-1 admission payers was adopted when ratepayers the j their votes 'on bylaws meaning the'norl- and tne dry Council now nas authority expenditure of nearly half a million i _____ .to proceed to carry out its The civic spirit needs to be! Fmht.-n A n programme of improvements. iaroused-and evidenr.lv it will take a! S Aga.nst Opportunity While two hundred ratepayers are [hundred Tom Richardsons to do it with! i-ionaeal Herald, i to be complimented on their V10 _______ ;just been _ _._......_____ I Blue, the chief officer of the Canadian! Fining Drunkards j census, in an English periodical. ii D -T- ,_, i i- Luini ivi sumt; years. it Will Be Too Hot For Him.'Thp VCwtern western oats are'oeuer. stronger. tost.) ;and heavier oats than the American, old will command rhe American progressives Loicnel Roosevelt higher prices, to thVir s to hunt bears in IPii'. prOpertieS. Ia ofl c _ 14 !fact lhal the staple croo of Canada, upi Some Class to It ;lo presenf time h- h Kansas City Star.) jlhere' is nothing in this WeTmenTso DaUeM declares to the Western fanner, as roc list is -class barley free. We alj know tha, of __ the staple crop of Astern Canada was barley, and we al- so know -char. at. the present time, the price of barley, On the American side. with the duty of ;JO cents equals, and in some cases even excels, the price of wheat on the Canadian side. I made my business the other dav to in- ;passed ihe iiouse in several years. May Bar Even the Name (Chicago Journal.'i may be trans 'that is, ii construction is not enforced ;'jt ujj.y (juiei nit v uo in- 0 into the value of barley on the. j American side and on the Canadian! alone; side. And I say that if barle bad been put on the free list 'agreement, it would be my duty, "in the which navemteresrs of tbe Western farmer, to Archibald .vote for the agreement. "On Fe-bruarv 18 the highest nricp icr Census, Jn an tnglisn Deriodical. have' o miJvcu.uo i __ _. barley m lanioec was N AX ADDRESS to the city not necessity, from innocent anti the lowest Price cents, oil of Titusville. Pa.. MayoY Dick-iarid 'children. Assuredly, taking a few I "in Canada exported Chicago' on February 19- the higb- erson spoke strongly on the a household to pay for 'sixtv.one "million of "wheat paid for barle-v was 54 cents. surdity of fining imaginary injury to tbe municipal-'The home market the price cents- OBe in court. This practice has been an intoxicated individual is same period" amounted on a In othsr words, the differ-! subject of a good deal of adverse It would seem more of 04 Detween tne highest price paid; icisin from those who have to me if the police were em-'which a the highest pri-ce paid! the matter from the standpoint of to search a defendant and 575 SS cents- and thR those dependent on the drunkards an-v monev they found to tbe 'v'l-ie of marl-ets :ference -between the lowest price, was! support as wel! as from the mother." That was for feed barley.] of tne State and of the men themselves j It does nct seem that this method of-wheat producers and 'hev must be t 1S E0t must be admit-: Mr. Dickerson in his remarks to drunkards is in keepine with'mner to the" opponents 'S admitted- there is no use try-; Cowucil said: crime, and it certainly is a hard-lot reeiprocitV who have dwelt with'-315- U' tnat Manitoba- whicb i Almost: every dollar received on lhe wives, mothers and f am il-: great emphasis on the magnitude and r province inj awav some r-ornfrtiT fee ftf tha _J J_. the sections of the coun- source Lakes away some comfort, les of the unfortunate men. of the home market. The 'growrb will continue in proportion ro Duplication of Post Office Names and feeding require' CPLICATIOX of names of Bame of four post officer in Brit-! The conclusion seems irresistible try have been overrun by weeds. 'We of barley' has de- province of Manitoba for the simple reason that it does not es in Canada is something "that iish Columbia. New Brunswick. Nova .'that what Canada needs" now'and "will fco'mnM in 190S there were should be avoided as much and Prince Edward Island. Bur- need more and more as her wheat pro nn't :'n e raised: in 1909. 16--- Although this country is is located in Ontario, New Brims-'cluction expands with the influx m 12.000.000 Prince Edward island and and the fnflow ;s many ___ n ,inr possible. by any means densely populated, there i already exists a good deal of duplica-j results in more or less of cleanin? their They wil1 have lhe use of iae for the that it does not pay. will be this advantage, that the it 13 of.Weste.m Canada, and fusion and Inconvenience. scattered offices, while Caledonia" i ways as remunerative "as fluT market ijrjnitob'a .farmer Particularly, as Vhci for instance, is the name of no Mills, .Settlement, etc.. are oth-'close at hand. The wheat 7 L district west of tre i than four post offices, one each in No-jers nearly oNtlie same name. There Countries of Europe especially Wl11 able to the jditions' alleged by Governor Osborne, j "Perhaps the .'records that it. is not so cold in not prevail. ''kept chickens" A Possible Reason Post.) a i From my wrings are shaken the j rbat waken j her friends Threw 1 The sweet buds every one, V.'lien rocked to rest on their mother's! breast. As she dances about the sun. it. would said to have been 300 feet in'the did the Kins nur I wield the flail of the lashing hail. And whiten the green plains under, And then again I dissolve it in rain. laugh as I paS3 in Bunder. neighboring kings U 'bind the sun's throne with a burninsr j zone. j And the moon's with a girdle of I Wooden peari: i (Dallas News.) ;The volcanoes are dim and the stars Tne lumnar region holds the reel and swim ,how to run a ompai.n ro mak, repli.i T, jnrldge great Hndheantiful. j "his hack huna: not his head." am the daughter of earth and water Tne voung on the yesterday I j And tae nursling of the 8kr- Till go iar towards maKing Lethbridpe! President Diaz has announced thari Troubles of the Ancients >J pass through the nores of fhl ,he city it. ought to be. (wHl quierly die-as hard as be can, burj -Chicago Tribune.) j and "shores- jwill quietly quit at the end of the L Froiner -begging his way through I change buf I cannot !the seven cities. Make Lethbridge a spotless, town. The passing of the Dylaws yesterday vas probably tbe most unanimous ev-! recorded in Lethbridge. j The assessment of It. 5s announced in Portugal that ago. That is going some, esp ving Manuel is also among yhose who when it is considered thai, it can't come back." not small at that time. Now watch the women show the men The city 'council will now lose "And Alf Austin is rollin, in weaHh hCarL' I 'first as- Jithermore. the newspapers secretarv of inierior didn't to care for a! Syracuse. N. Ke Wijrft and rondeaus jlater studied at the Hslrrart' law and rhe Xonhwestern wniver- A Few Real Snaps 18 Lots in Blocks o ami 15, Alexander each, 1-3 cash, balance arranged. 50 x conier Dufi'eriu and William, facing east, splendid building site. Prices and terms on application. -K) acres irrigated tract of land, four miles from centre of town. acres under cultivation, nearly all fenced and all ditches readvfor irrigating. Full water A snap per acre. 1800 cash handles, balance years, t> per cent, interest. This offer for short time only. 50 x on Westminster. Block U6. with- store building, frame house and barn. Cheap at Reasonable terms. Freeman MacLeod Go. Box 679 Phone 1212 Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 115 Sherlock -Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 j noi Recipe For Sir Wilfrid Wy iaw school. Since 1S3' A icroato Star correspondent writ- practiced1 law in Chicajo. h- h, Now that I so Soon am Done for, I Wonder What I was Begun For _________________ York-Heralefi PECULIAR AND PERTINENT f -Over of land are un-f So perfect, an insulator is tjry airider tobacco cultivation in the world !j that M. takes 10.000 volts of electricity! In Norway people who are not. to leap a gap of an inch. jcinated can not vote at an election. JOOO me Newspaper .advertising militia of ;