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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Till- LKTIIBKFDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May 23, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Kuwnrxv t_ i M K o Published by the Lethbrldge Heraid Publishing Co.. Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. Rcportorlnl, and News PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job DepU. 51.73 .S5o DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered "...54.09 i year, by mail... 6 months, delivered 52.00 5 months, delivered si.W i 6 months, by mail 1 month. delivered 35c Z iKonihs, nail. Addresses ofren as desired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be gives. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more and contains summary of the sows ct tie week, local and district 1 year in .advance 51.30 6 months, iu iXlvancs 3 mouths, in THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drue panics wbiie the American corapanics j there is plenty of reason for a most jarge amount of for premiums, and jthorough investigation of the was written or renew-1 paid ?l'.l'o7.-J5f> for losses. The total I lions of this combine. ed during 1P10. the gross cash receiv-i amount paid for losses in H'iO was I -_____ for premiums higher than in n 7 !'xgerald? Da t King George entertained Sir Wilfrid jJLnuner at dinner. Evidently he rices net heed the editorial descriptions of Umpire Uay :Sir in lhe EMPIRE DAY. kepi in memory ofjago.- -John Bull considered Canada. he is characterized as a traitor. the late beloved Queen Victoria.Irra'Ia- South Africa, Zealand anr: and everything else bur whose birthday was en: May colonies dependent on a British Strarise .has come round again, and for protection and support, he nowihow opinions differ. thoughts enter the mind of even- them as full grown sons, i Britisher. Each year as the day he had taken into fuii partner-' all The Mormon ncopic- in Albert.! around, finds the Empire strong-' delegating to each 'he- power .make :.i strong pull vviih their friends. er and more closely bound together lo handle his own end of the great'in I'tah to nui! Salt. Lake City put. of than ever 'before. These bonds are.imPer'ai business of John Buli contest for the Dry Farming -CYm-' only those of a commercial it should be e-sy for Lc due to improved shipping facilities. cneaper and faster cable service. lower postage rates and larger investment of British capital in the Overseas Domin- ions, but also 'because of the stronger sentimental feeling of loyalty and part it is fitting, indeed, that iaud 'L There is doubt, from; Day Imperial Conference, a--'.rte rtzt they are already giv-' tended by the national leaders of the parts of" the Empire should be In session considering th Bulletin.) i in ohea.y but per-! iry or' the late In-' Gstracis pub-' iisiied are ample assurance that it' have an immense saic. for the1 consuming interest of the simply and' Srcry of an heroic fjghl, against impossible c-dus. That thousands in- this Western country I would give something for a permanent i mornemo of the "lost some' because they know -h-? semei lorce and would likr :o have for fut- ure- years some sinking reminder the work of the police. The volume! he useful in inspiring those; the the. ideas of fidelity and1 courage. The -proceeds might well be' Lurned over to '.lie relatives of the ui fortunate men. c'leir %oest to ierns t will nership that is growing in all partsjment and extension ol of the Empire. Whereas, a few years (pire. Fighting 1 uberculosis in Britian for the better- j f the vast Eui-i i ''fust for a Joke'-' i a Suite 11-5 Sherlock Building ox-1979 Phone _ counties and i An Ar.ti-Rcciprccity Hote! -T t Tnere are 7'ne new p_ R_ jjocej jn 3 m Greai be called the "Van l-Iorne" in! .n and Ireland wnh a population of ireco.sniiiop. cf Sir XVilliam's in' atj devastated hy plague, every" man. Hlli" WHILE nations are spending inis household, spending tens of millions to thousand deaths a year.1 provide armies and navies and implements of warfare to destroy should occasion arise, ir is gratify-j laying down will ye; do are jto know that he is not broke, and several neckties left. 3ut: all con- Look at the man .above. He's SHAKING an OiOinary iurnace. He beads nearly all his strength, uo a a sore back. Now, look at the woman. She stands nearly erect, gently moves the lever to and fro a few -rS? into the Sunshine asn-pan. 1ms is called jt'g except the little matter ofjt'actorles in the raising about a billion dollars' women are employed. Montreal. Vancouver. St. John. N.B., Hamilton, Calcar? T I sale oy Co. wty ;