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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAIMC HERALD Saluwiay. May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD M EO Published by the Lcthbridfle Heraid Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth street. Lethbrldge. Can. W. A. Managing Director anct tdjtor. PHONE: Editorial. Reportorinl, and News 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES j rear, delivered........H.OO 1 year, by mall.........53.00 6 months, delivered.....S2.00 e months bv 8 months, delivered.....Si.OO 1 month, delivered.......35c S months, by mail........SBO Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses mast be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eisht or more and contains a ry ot the news ci the week, local and district. S months, in advance... .5Oo 1 year la advanco months, ;u i' THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug fc Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson. Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drus Store Co.. K. W. Hamilton. Pincher D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drug St Book Co. Fsrnie, 6. BeaL FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. Atcbisou. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugnam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store, Medicine Vancouver, B. C. Wide News Co. Brotva 219 4th SL Also on all C. P. R. Trains. A Few Real Snaps 18 Lots in Blocks 5 and 15, Alexander Addition; each, 1-3 cash-, balance arnuig'cil. 50 x 125, corner Ihii'ferin and William, facing cast, splendid building site. Prices and terms on application. iO acres irrigated Irarl ol'land, four miles d'rom centre of 12 acres under enltivatioii. nearly all fenced and all ditches ready for Full water A snap at per acre. cash handles, lialanec i) years, 6 per cent, interest'. This of I'er for short time only. 50x 125 on Block L46. store build'uiiiy frame bouse and barn. Cheap at Reasonable terms. acLeod Co. Phone 1212 Box 679 The I N New Publicity Commissioner j SELECTING "a publicity com-j Mr- Hal1 work in Hamilton.: The THE MODERN" YOUTH "Hold my horse, please, while I pop in and see hi reputa-i missioser tie Board-of Trade se-! OBU where he holds a cured a competent, experienced jtioo. In Medicine Hat rile fruits of'changed their minds and now want-in the decorations of the hall a Mr. Hall is labors are now being pin ;h? city the wet column. Or-iaer declaring for "Reciprocity with Lethbridge has strong features water does not apparently United States." The reason I ..'rieate the Jaw to us likinsr. the question is vwhen appeal to the outsiae .a.. v roan in John T. KaiL type 01' man who is sane is iiis pub- licity ideas. He never overestimates, bat. jrives Lhe facts, beiieviusr that that not apparently United States." ..'ricate the Jaw to ns liking. the question is Ui Borden spoke in Weyfriru four tiall is i >.Tr. ars acuial truth is far better than imag-jpresented properly, and ..n-. A cngjneer says Montreal ago, such a streamer occuoic-d a inary possibilities in building Tip the min to GO sort or ;can a port a.n-.cnt place in the place of !great aeal of expense. If that is so.'In lais speech on reciprocity ui Tk T "I AX7 'oe as the saving ;u 'House of Commons .T. Turj I nC INevV jail Warden !freight rates for the whole of Canada.'iff, M. P.. referred to the incident of' HpHE APPOINTMENT of Dr. T. H.tone of those men in whom be something: enormous. years s.go in these words: j i Rivers to be warden of the prov-ihas confidence, ar.d there is no c-oi-htj i "The year before the elections inji incial jail at Lethbridge, will b? 'hue what his personal character v.-iUi Western Methodists ar? voting''he fall of the honorable loader j generally approved. As mayor of Kay--have a. most excellent influence cu prronaly in favor of ch'-irch union. Otn of the Opposition made a tour tiiroi.Oi I mond for two years he showed exec-jihe men who will cocie under his care, in the TTest. where there are so many '-he West. He did me the honor nf Lav; ntive ability that would ciualify jNo better rnan couid be chosen to have mission fields with the ever-present meeting- in my jy si; to hold an important executive j-csi-.-a beneficial influence on the unfort- danger of overlapping, is where the only meeting: he tion. although, of course, the ofiunates who will be sentenced to the people realise the benefit that would Southern atj Raymond is not at comparable jail, and lead iliem id re- come from union. .'aat meeting: there was a gaihorin? ot' the iail. As" a man Dr. Rivers is i he ;forra and become usetui citizens. 'H.uc-: T'ie clans from east and west. r A p.. type that should be chosen for of men "iil come under fiis !n- The object of sentencing-jfluence, and will receive The erne and it is men to prison is1 for reforming -hem treatuieut tbat will tend to make will support well as punishing them and prison life serve its purpose of the public. The warden is'reformation and The Lonely Lieutenant RL. BORDEX is very evidently jto remainder of bis ashamed of his supporters ini9art''" the1 East and will not bring any; upon tee of them with him on his trip the West, except Andrew Broder. Dundas county. And it is nor Broder is only a sary to go very far to find out the'convince the people of Western Can- reason. Andrew Broder is the Con-iada that the -Conservative party lias who kicked over any policy regsrdins: reciprocity traces with which the corporation in-1 with which it can, appeal to all parts terests would harness The the country. T-hey can only believe rass i in attendance, Hying asd i said rha: -hn eTer-rihil1" lovely. In the evening theyj t. these a demonstration. 'aid en the pria-i gocii Tori ?s set on the same banner which rras stretched a-i1 ibrm" Borden cut in the the skating riuk tvere the '-or harmony in 'the reciprocity the United v? will be worth soing- miles to hear "m not to try' to make a point! against the honorable: leader of rhv.ork or a Ijuilcling we arc to meet your Carefully and promptly, pices. AVe have aiilicipated needs of our patrons stocked up with a larg'e sortin.cni of tiie choicesfe material in city. OIVI- US A TRIAL ed bis fiisrbiiraging sigh he resnm- Four Years Ago and Now (Rcgina Leader.) When Leader Borrien hofrjs Jiis Kt Woyburn on ti'.e 21s: of ?av loon! Conserx-ativ? that, city ccmnjittee en arrangements' inrlu'dc Want to Go r.w 'J wanr ?o so ard fish for Where waters s swish; rt'ant to ?it out on a log and Citizens Lumber Go. Limited! PHONES: Yard office 362 General office 334 1st Avenue S. and 121-2 P.O. Box 684 ;