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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tllr LliTHJSlMlXSIE DAILY HEKALP Thursday, May 1911. OECKM K" TOOT Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. 1252 ..53.00 ..51.75 1 rear In advance ----51.50 DAILY SUBSCRJPTtON RATES r, i year, by mail.. months, months, delivered.....Sl.QO. j 6 months, by mai 1 month., delivered.......35c S months, by Addresses changed as often as desired, but both'new and old ad- dresses must given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every XV'ednesday In eight or more and contains a ry of the news the week, local and district. 3 mouths, ia advance....50o RALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrcok. B. Atchisoo. L. Re'necke. Grassy TugliaiE. City Drug Cc. Medicine Vancouver. S. C> Worid News Co. Brown 219 St. Also en all C. P. R. Trains. THE DAILY HE Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- ECU Cy.. Jackson Cope, Alexandra Hotel, I'eoole's Drug Store Co., IL W. Hamilton. Pinc.hcr D. L. McCrca. Bros. Drug A Book Co. Fcrnie. s, BeaL y A Few Real Snaps 18 Lot? in Block? 5 and 15, Alexander Addition: each, 1-3 cash, bain nee arranged. x corner and AYilliam. facing cast, splendid building site. Prices and terms on application. 4-0 acre? .irrigated tract ofland. four miles 1'roin Centre of town, 12 UI.TCS under cultivation, nearly ail fenced and all ditches ready for irrio-atin.tr. Full A snap at -S'lH) per acre. cash handles. Imlanee i.) (5 per cent, interest'. This offer for short time only. 50 x on AVcstiniuster. Block 1.46. with store building, frame house and burn. Cheap at. Keasonable Phone 1212 Lethbridsre, 1912 CONSISTENCY census what is your i did 1 say i was when 1 airno i ETHBKIDG-E. When- .sress. That is one of rhe rhinas thaci-----------......." i I j ever a Lethbridge person' Francisco did ;o creare public in-i ''be formation of an infantry corps during rhe last three vej'.rs goes to any other place. and sympathy in utvor of doubtless bo with at Harvard. The Sheldon! registers at an hotel, he should sign '.seKiag the KxHosirion. by the youui; men of this city, Fellowship, worth Sl.OOrt was won by his came in ifcis way. does it they sot it. Every commercial travel-i-'t wiH be weii supported should >be Gorman S. R. Gras, of London. On-., mean? That is what everybody else i ler going: our of Ler.hbridge. every military authorities decide to organize.who is a post graduate student in !iis- ask, and kesp asking until they .man. woman and r'r.Hd. who has any'one here. -Both of these feuo'.vships i'.re find out if they see it time after to sign his name and ad-; available for study abroad, and rhe It mefins that Lethbridge is after thejdress where the public whether in Councillor F. Gaibraith. of Red fortunate winners will suentl ihe r.ext Dry Farming: Congress ia 1512. and.small or large numbers, can see it.-Ueer. wanted the council to make a at European universities. The the query Trill lead people to know that! should sign "Ler.bbriclce. li is-special rato of one in ill on the dollar Thayor Foiiowships. worth Si SO each, tact and rnake them inquire still fur-ja small thing..-but i: will a whole 'for Board of Trade purposes. were won by G. Peterson, son of tcer about Lethbridge and the con-1lot. ;of making a lump sum grant. Thar, Principal Peterson, of McGill univer- jpears to be a good idea. Everyone SITV, and Garnet 0. ol'- New P. ry, jwili then know what he ;s paying for Glasgow, x. S. Arthur Boak. of DllSineSS Or 1 reason -the Hoard of Trace work. For Loth- B. C.. .sets A NO THER instance of the .jreat concern shown, by the financial moguls of Toronto for the wel- fare of Canadian industries is shown the Canadian farmer even express a de-' bridge to adopt chat plan mean Scholarship. and J. sire for a trade relation char will en-'a city grant of about 512.UOO this year, son of Prof. JIavor. of Toronto, s able him to buy American goods ad- vantageously, it is treason and every _ l tuns; else out good business, ii these ov an item that appeared in tne (financial moguis were truly patriotic., onto papers, saying the Bank of .Q the staadard set to had awarded the contract for put-j for the farmers and other citizens who! tins tlie vaults in their new million i do not erect million dollar buildings, i dollar building in that city to an Am-j they would havt, ericas firm because their tender was from Canadian 0friers Thin a few thousand dollars lower than those of Canadian manufacturers. as to labor to Canadian mechanics and re- turns for Canadian Tnis. of course, is a matter of busi-jstances alter cases in most extraordin-: ness and nothing else. But should tnejary. ways. j es the Gibbs Scholarship. Aus- tin Scholarships. Si'5n each, have been a warded to Prof. Henry Chociat. cf British Columbia College. Vancouver. R. C-: Prof. H. C. Simpson, of Trinity College. Toronto, and ro Prof.' J. Tur- ner, of King's Vundsor. X. S. Eight University Scholarships, valu- ed ?.T SIoii each, also won by Ca- von dout aei the flv. the fjv TIl's to l.e a pretty gooa record for one venr. Him 'Ottav.-a Journal.) Tho way soiuiiern city ha? u uet vou." Civic Welcome for Borden Ostriches and Reindeer i Saskatoon Phoenix.) A German is going to start an cs- IT WOULD BE a fit and proper a thin- for thc citv of LethbridSejnot be Made to feel that is iri W as a wliole to give Mr. R. L. tresspassing on hospitality should den a civic reception when he comesjbe talk politics. He should feel per- _, here next month. Mr. Sorden. while! not holding any official position in the: nation, is one of its bis; men. die er of a great party, "and a man raaSnate were _ -ihrtnrkT- ir Ti-nmH a and. influential part of; public reception he should farm ar B- C. WUu j reindeer and ostriches flourishing in I, thy same territory, British Columbia; well lay claim to be a provinuej of varied resources. "fust for a Suite 115 SKerlock P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 free 10 do so: Thai is what ho. West.'for, and that is what' to talk. If a- rail-: tendered public! 'Bonor. it would be expected that he; A Change from the Goat lOrillia Packet.) Last week, ilr. Joseph i-Iancell. of Its Condition (Baltimore American.) "Why is it thai Jinks' telling of story seems never welcome to an bodyV "I suppose ir is because it is a poor, Mary Ann. "If you have no tricks, no bunkum, ami no THE N. W.-.-MOUNTED POLICE misery w-iat about me? I've just gone peals-to the Socialistic -allery.. Fronij an' smashed the pier-giass in time when-as a youth James Sin- (By-R. 0. Spreckley, in tht Ottawa drorin' Opinion. jciair Taylor jJcGowen joined a trade the people ]ook as their guide in pol 'ould talk railways in his speech was by his M itical matters. Then, there is a pos- sibility in tbe course of time, of his acknowledgment. So it should be with sonic brethren to a ride in an auto- a politician and a statesman. '.mobile, to celebrate bis one hundred becoming the head of the government i Ev-ery citizen should co-operate second birthday. of Canada. As a man who already Conservative Association of the: greai and has prospects oi beins great J city in giving Mr. Borden a civic er, it is rignt teat this city irrespect-fConie that- wiH be in keeping with the j ive of party feelings and position he holds among the peo-j gnould honor hm. jple of Canada, and in keeping with the. When he comes to the city, and worth of the man. Industries for Lethbridge comin? aa artic'e made from ma- Worthy of Coal City (Bassano News. The Lei.hbridge Herald's Publi-i y inimber is of the Coal j '.'ity. The Xews is in receipt of a copy I and can conscientiously say that it is i z. splendidly gotten magazine tiie mailer is'exceedingly timely. The B _ Sun.) sac at the nice, new type ma- chine, And worked energy hearty: "Niw is thr tome for ail .soid men To come to the aud of theor. public -.'union down to his recent battle in the! Sydney Labor Conference for 'Kuie for Xeiv South this typ-{ ical representative of the steady, ha.rdi headed "old ha? sieered a _straight cjpursc for praciical reforms; and reasonable progress. j Mis critics regzrd JIc-Gowen as a.' Free Press.) have travelled about 200 miles on dog meat and have still ab- out 100 miles to go, -but I think we make it all from the last diary of Inspector Fitzgerald, of the 'Mounted Police. who perished in the far North, with three companions. LABOR PREMIER OF NEW SOUTH 'earner of and (London Chronicle) man when 'hitter div-jPatrolling the Empire1! ontposts, iae Lhe Labor rank and file. The New I From the South "to the Arctic Sea, Too Much ork Telegram') Ths Hon. James S. .McGowen. ihe south Wales Labor 'premier is "cer-l Premier of New South Wales.'iajnly neithcr a "Dick Se.ddon" to ride' '.lias hist arrived in London. nnp m" _-_ _ A Riddle to be Read IMDUSTPJES are bridge's way. The decision that wiM be partly manufaci-.ir- the management of the abroad. This proves that other in- Nail Works to locate here is but operatins under similar condi- firsr, of recent years, but it is im-j portant. The importance does not lia'tlons caB be to decide neconie so enamored of trade with onlv in the fact that it is a ?oodrilocaie here- advantages Americans that they will welcome un- sound manufacturing concern a manufacturing centre are beinc rather than lose ihe trading priv- ed on sound -business principles It has cheap fuel in large, men who have already made a success'and certain quantities. It has good si, King the laws of justice. Of Britain, ths home of the free, "Bur. Frefidle. f don't see that vOu rhe Dominion representatives at the need r0 be so heartbroken because she Coronation. Immediately after dfsem- Ver t6n4o he 'hat allf IUU-.UL. .Din ite nas a spienuir, citt Fearless you." ne earned oat a promise of a ano'5' when a, distracted party j Long years :be-their praises sung. (Montreal Herald.) i Mrinz T mind, but he gave his mother (who nceds sileace and Reciprocity, we are told, will lead returned the rinjr in a parcel marked, craisrated from Lancashire years wlns ihn admiralicn cf i> Annexation, because Canadians thai he would spend his first, day inside and outside the Lab j '_ tne tanes of He is a speaker of more than devoted yesterday to excellence, and.never hides his O'f tli K, and was cnanned _ing- ,vilh of worde_ j Of lvms' ciprocity, we are also rold. wili ''rambling amon The Touch in Phryoia He i New York Sim.i lhe Peasant las ilidus observed all he touched turn'Wllh hc "Jim >icGov.'en. the sturdy, honest, nriaunted by Wintry mantle Of ihe frozen land of the North, vastness Secured Eight Hours Day forth. (What reck they of storm or blizzard, of .the -business or in the fact that, it j rail way facilities which will be irn- do Canadians no good, because prices; "it's perfect ly awfU] when you on downright Labor Premier He graduated in Labor politics in! Uinds of far give emplojinent to about f if ty j proving each year. It has the largest Jor people, when it'starts operations. It exclusive market of any city between is important also because the and Vancouver, and this mar! to locate here was made after a wiij increase more rapidly than! fui and business-like investigation cf.tnat of any other centre because of I the advantages offered by other more rapid development of the ag-i ern cities. It is important, also, be- ncukural land and the coal m" n natural products are cot higher iy want to lend a fellow a "mother" State, when he became member" foriAs. lhey thelr d'tlty States than in Canada. there you are! at sea, when his parents were ab- tleclfern in thc Nev; lout three weeks sail Long years "be their praises ;Far off from the throb of cities The tjie Poor (Stranord Beacon J disparity that exists i i Reflections i'Xcw York Times.) cause no inducements in- the way here Lhan elsewhere. ;tfl-s salaries of minis'.ers is illustrated not upon the when it bonuses or free sites or free water The Board of Trade is actively work by the following instance: Rev. Kobert! red." power were offered the concern, prov-.-ing on other propositions, and with the Taylor, of London. Eng., has wise man once v.-ith solemn ing that these things do not count of the new industrial commissioner ccivod a ca-1 fo St. Paul's Presbyter-: inr said. legitimate business-like enterprises, jwiii accomplish results quickly. The 'an Church. Montreal, at a salary ofJAnd he who disregards this warning who are out to no 'business and noHpublic need not gee impatient when a free manse, (wo months' bo-j shows flimflam the people. It is of more industries is not given also, because it shows that hardhead-out, for these things must be careful- byterian minister in DunnviUe, Ont..i ed business men consider it worked out and premature publicity :ilas bsen obliged to leave that place j anr] go to Manitoba, because he could South Wales' Thus wo learn wealth has its draw-ioul Inrec weeRS sai1 irom Me'bonrne. "ouse of Assembly. Red ion August 1-Sr.n: and, so far as I railway suburb of Sydney, has been! ______ jam aware, he has never 'been further Joya] him ever since. Afier thrr--e; 'outside Australia than New Zeal.-ina.'years in arliamen: he was clect'ed e'er at the London to him will come as a new sx-'cr of t.I'.e'growing Labor panv in 1SJM- Content with the sunshine or pericnce. and to many Londoners. has been re-oifclcrt er'pr.- T-be laws of the Briton, ;South Wales' State Labor Leader wil: sirs in parliament be leadL iacider rune: a new experience also. that this constancy-of a now rUe sons a I It will not. however, be for the has left him' nnspnilori: ;aul his! pire's raetropoiis a thrilling in 1210 when he tiie- 'enee, for the big, burly, Labor Premier in work for the mighr' of JustiC8t Long years be their praises sung. and movins expenses. A Pres-lHow one mav cast reflections on oneVtaclied ex-boilermaVer is a plain South Wales, was .jnac-companied! I----------------------------------------------------.-------jby petty vanities And for tne Lo'e Thc Secret of Britain's power. ey stailfl for the Lore of'Dut-y- Of r-rue strenSth' the and good-business to start a factory to; of ten spoils the best, laid plans. s ago, yea r pers e on hi? salary. "F had Some Republicans There iLippincott's .Magazine.) e said, "when I went therc two years; After the bis Andrew Jackson Day go, and I leave in debt. In four 'bnnquet in Baltimore a prominent; Re- Make Lethbridge a spotless town. This continued rain will enable; Lethbridge and Southern Alberta to1 knock the spots of crop this year will be a record-break >er. years I have nor. spent on myself publican greeted an equally well- !y." fs it, any wonder there Known Democrat: is constant about the diffi-. "I iinrJorst.ar.ri there were some Re- '.cr.liy of getting young men to enter punlicans at t'ne banquet last nishf.'' _____ it-he ministry. "Oh. said the Democrat, gen- There was no danger of firecrackers! t, ilaliy< "'One wailed on rae'" all previous re-'setuag fire to any huildinzs Canadians at Harvard cords for crops and general prosperity, day. Jupiter Pluvius was WOrkiW for i T, Guardian.) Cold Comfort ;the insurance companies. Phcre are llfty stu-: A crash! _ iflents at Harvard, and apparenrh- thev. A scream of dismay! The raJn yesterday spoiled the Era-: fairl wel, thc Thp maid k h t pire Day celebrations, but did no" iV r dampen in .way the loyalty of, the people to the Empire. .L ,-IJL. i.i'iiuiinijjs mniy T.ne nonor i ne o; fiij nisnes tern- ,ti; i, u is at ail poasihlc the our Canadian schools and .scholars. Hed inro mv boudoir. batrery o. -.eld artillery year no less than SevenlePr. Tel-' Mv lariv i's staring flip carpet. I be in to take cart in the lowships ;Jnd scholarships have boon- On if lie tho shattered fragment? of! .toronauon, Day ;won Canarlian The a hand mirror. Over four, hundred acres a day are j i Hooper FcJioxrsinp. i.he most hicraiive "Oh. Mara- Ann! Mary she! sing -broken in the .Milk -River dra-i The court of revision did not make; prize, worth was won by T.'cries. "Whatever shall "i do? Thcv' 1cL The gaaie story of developmentjmany changes in the assessment. of Ames. Man., a jiraci-'s.iy i; means seven yenrs of if- comes from all other pan? of a testimony to she good work of Manitoba rniversiiy. n-ho break a looking; i Alberta, Tne acreage broken up Assessor Meech. -been pnrsnins advanced studies La' "Never you fret, comfortjsi WAIT Until You're made of money isn't necessary. Buy A VICTOR NOW. on EASY PAY- MENTS. Gome in and ler. us tell about, it. Mason Kiscii Piano Co. PHONE 791 DOMINION BLOCK er' PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Of the acres of land in Ition. Would that ihe samp i-oukl :'said of all our Labor leaders have become .Ministers of the men of many.races iL'rown. many a, creed and tongue. Like most of tJie best and the EmPire's greatness, men in the Australian Pariiaments. tor aye 'be their praises sun5' .'James is an misffecifldly re- jligioiis inan. 7'he old elocrion lies ab- ,or.t the party being an anti- IChristian and non-moral pany. ii'a-ighahle when one thinks' of acres are, in imen as Watson. Vernon. Pearce. ?.fr-iwcod- Finland :1'one- of European ,Gowen. Tudor and Matthews. For L-4 aavlnS larger forests than jjyears. James -McGowen hns been .erintendent of the Ansrlican Sunday; A monument of Mrs. Kerenhappuck .School connected with St. Turner, who rode on horso- .Church, in his own constitueney, from Maryland to North Care- to that was for six to-norse her son. who.had been librarian-. For there- badly wounded in sranrls on-the lore, out. of the years of his life, battlefield, near (ruilford. N. C. he has been a Sundav schnol workpr. i Ti i By means of automobiles, bread. beer, and newspapers, essentials for Female spider? are much lar.zer high livin? and right Miinkin.s. are dp- more fftrocior.s than rhe snd livprpfi every morning for breakfast generally devour their husbands. at Long Island iiomes. ;