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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD v. May, 27. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER fublut-ed by ths Lelhbrlrfjj Hera'd PuW'iMnf Ca., i lill pays a riilieuUius toll I'm- auUi- travel. But hnu- drutl ihuusiiiul Fouls will this season go to Imyors pret'oi' rral sorvico ut roabon- cost nil her iluin osloiitn- (ions at nuiX'iusonnljlo cost. Our-' fat tor k-s lnvo uioro lU'an a Icr'oC a mtllloti Model T's. ntces: llun.ibout ?675; Touring Car ?750; Town far, fo.b. vlth all eiiulpuicul. t'yr iculars see 1 f A Few You can lead some girls to the t room, but you can't make 'em Hiding Hit "You'd suesa him to be rich." "Thai "No. He has absolutely no bad labils." It was a peculiar climax -to the prize fighting tragedy in Calgary that the arena in which-the fatal: fight took place should burn down the same night. Out of the Frying Pan "When 'she married ten years ago she staled freely it was simply o working for a living." "TViiat does she do alUhe timer "Takes caro of seven small child If the Senate amends the navy bill so as lo provide for !i re- ference to the people, if will be quite interesting to hear Pellelier and Nantcl' tell Ihe electors of Quebec that that was a wrong thing to do, There was no lack of sport in Southern Alberta Yicloria Day, and one of the gratifying features was that every town reported a large attendance of farmers. .The tillers of the soil were able to take a day oil' and return home lo sec how high the wheat hud grown in their absence. The Senate perfectly right amending tbe Highways Kill, if tbe majority of Ihe senators thought that the expendi- ture of the money was not being provided fgr on n fair basis and that the Government was infringing on provincial rights. The majority rule. Haven't the people been lold 50 every day of late in justification for Ihe adoption of the'closure I o prevent minority rule? Civic bookkeeping is necessary, and it is right that there should be system, but if a public-owned street railway is show- ing a deficit owing to Ihe price of jmblic-owncd current aiitl coal, Ihe owners will not worry much. What every ratepayer would like lo have is a statement showing that the receipts are paying wages and interest and sinking fund, The power count is very much like removing the cash from Ihe right bant pocket-to-the left. What Others Think PJowmafcer's Mtrve (CarmiugaJ Sun) In a discussion en the In Ihe HOUBO of Commons at 01 Una this wetfr, Mr. Cockvhulf. of Bradford, Onl, who, by the way, Is a wealthy manulaclurcr, eaid .was tne hlgJi'cOHt erf llvlog that IB causing all Ihe (rouble tiowarfaya He stated that a man and his and family of four could lire O.T US') a year, Wouldn't that Jar you' We to see Mr, Cockahult try It U'e ven- lurt to say that amount' docs not pay lor tho gasoline he burna up In a year in Iifg Parcels (n U. '3. (KArjn PreiB, Chicago) The post hag betrn tried o-it for three months, and is not found wanting. ?n rcspcctj however, it Is dlaaiipolntlng. and that U throtis'ii r.o fault of the syfiUrn. IU hcncfHs, however, haie accrued moady'to pt-o- plc of ihc lownft and cillcs, who tin- racdfately tcok hold of the new plan with immepEe entliuaiasm, but the -T. ell, they arc i1 over. 1'crmlt mo to say, they s be the first tp go lo it. To other es of people-, H is a convenience; to the farmer it is a bleesing, an'd offer; for business which ht may nol realize. have heard o; some, however, more alert than olh we, who have already built up a ly trade in nearby towns for theif bi tera, oggi and poultry, are de- hvtrc'l by jiarctls post mall, Sonn of them in local ya IICTS, found themsebea flooded with orders from (own-folk- By the aid o Iho telephone ihesc orders come from the (owns to the farm, and arc filled by m-iil, saving a world of trouble tolh to iho seller and buyer, tbe farmer betler prices than the sto.ro man would ghe him nnd giving rhe buyer frcshtT food at posslbl: better prices than he would have I pay the merchant. The post la the farmers best friend! Way (Ottawa Free Press.) A number of ntw-ijiapera in Conad; art ara'wlng morals and adorning Ule anenl Jamoa Allen's statemen tbat the government and opposition I: The Biter Bit A bus driver and a conductor haft id a (luarrel. anii tno latter having iecn bit on the nose went lo court about It. is your profea- sion? bus driver, mean a driver, ol iorscs attached thereto. your honor; I'm borse-d river. you hit this man on the face? jour honor, I not. are charged here hitting this man on the tacu; you or ou do then? hit him on tbe nasal or gan attached thereto. The Garden The garden has begun to grow! The radishes are up, (As also are sanifi early peas, Pawed by a festive The lettuce seeds are sprouting, too, In KUla TOWS of grten, And soon nocturnal damage by R. VJUTUB !232-3rd Avenue So-jth, l-cthbrldco HE WANTS A DIVORCE FOR THIS The cutworms fae seen, The ground is getting T.ann enough To plant the corn nnd beans, And cabbage? and kohl-rabi, And heels for early The beanpoles have been planted on! In (all and naked row, And soon the twining tendrils will Provide them all clothes. Two dorcn tomato plants Are Bl.iniilRg strong ar.d stout, With paper collars round their stem? To keep the culworma out. And everywhere the earth Is full Oi turhed-fn stierfa, And ct'erylhlng Is strfrUn? Especially the woedit! Journal, An Expensive Memory Ho ivaa a f'nnHurc man and hia memory, as ho cheerfully aii milled, was "very convenient." "No, T tan'i rcmcmhcr where Mr has taken family nnd. fur r.lturc." "Come gald the debt collcc-i or, ''he hasif't hcen a ani >ou drove the van." "Did H" "You know you dirt." "AinJ Us only a week "Of course1." "Funny bow easy a follow forgets, Tho collector produced R two dolla Mil and tendered it. "That otight t rouge your ho icraarkert. "H ought to do EO, ho aduil 'Reproduction of the picture taken at Murren, of tht Duchess of ski-ing with prince Antoine Blfatsco, an Auslrlal nobleman. will be used among others as tvidcnce'for Duke in his suit for divorce against the Duchess. The Prince is not the named co-response til, Duke of Alba is ''the' man in the case." Tht affair la the talk of England today. Latest despatches say that little daughters of the Westminsters have tried but failed to "make a. reconciliation between Ihcrr the case must go on, cd, "but you pec1, this nln't no com-ln deal o' rousir.fc. it cost ilvo nwn, ortJinnry ncmory, nnd nil lake' doUars to put ll'to sleqi." THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- ING COMPANY, In the spring the refreshmgproperties of our. Eiister Bock Beer are most appreciated One's lassitude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pyre, invigorating beverage It an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the system adjust itself to the change of season, On sale in kegs for a limited time tllE LETHBRIDGE BREWINQ AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;