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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD Monday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD able to the financial backers of the party in the East. EO "Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. W. A. Managinfl Director and Editor. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. PHONE: Editorial. Reportoriat, and News Dept. 1224 ______ DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered 14.00 i year, by mail 6 months, delivered ,_ 71: S months, delirered Ji.OO i months, by 1 month, delivered 35o j s months, by mail S5o Addresses changed as often as desired, but botb. new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in or more pages; and contains summary of tie news of tie local and district. i year in advance ____ montts, m francs I S months, in advance.... 509 Cross Drug Book Store. J. G. Robert- son Co.. Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel, People's Drug Store Co., It. W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fsrnie, B. Beal THE DAJ1Y HERALD FOR SALE AT CrsnbrooK. 8. Atcnison. L. Reinecka. Grassy Tugnam. Diamond City Drug Cc. Msdtcins Vancouver. S. C. World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Also on ;il C. P. R. Trains. What nthers Think will be a difficult matter for him to managers, Alberta's] give them promises that will bo agree- demonstration .farms should mark an important epoch in agricultural teach- ing in Canada. Monetary Times On Oliver Case (Monetary Times) One of the penalties of being Cabin- et Minister is to suffer personal at tuck. Whether a man be pure or pois- oned politically, he can never shake himself of the taunts of others' vicious- ness, jealousy and .ambition. The Monetary Times, has always been and is a uon-partuan journal, fighting on- ly for the prrnicples in which it be- lieves, and irrespective of politics. We teel the morg regret, therefore, in se- A Few Real Snaps Weak on Dryness (Edmonton Capital.) Lethbridge is in competition with alt -Lake City for the next dry farm- g congress, and asks other Alberta cities to help along the agitation: is all right in a way, but ii" the choice depends on the drvness neither _ LetMmdge nor any othe'r city in Al- 6 f berta will have much chance with the Mf mste.r Gt .the houie of the s-Ixts mire suPposecl scandal. _ T strong men of the a man Taber Prospect. who Wg A places the ?S a{ probable total grain yield of the ,7" f of poi, district this fall at two million bush-i' ,J" unttoujteuiy c.ear eis. When this immense crop is tne against m vested and the mines again in full swing. Taber will experience an activ- JuV Md'ts t uy such as has never before cuarac- .bank terized the growth of the town. summers, Using the Sttlleto (Claresholm Review.) Don't you believe that Frank Oli- ver is crooked until it is proved ag- ainst him. The enemies who are af- er him couldn't convict him in a hun- dred years. All that they hope for is that Mr. Oliver will refuse to divulge private business, and then they will the relation of a and in turn to cariosity mongers. A photograph is! said to have been taken of a certain! bank's ledger page, showing part ofj Mr. Oliver's bank account. If that pho tograph had really been obtained it would reflect little credit upon the in- stitution guarding the account. The photograph was apparently faked in a clever, though clumsy, manner. So far as we can learn, a minor official of the bank which had Mr. Oliver's ac- 1-4 section 4 miles from A snap for a few days The best inside business Lethbridge Large list of modern dwellings Prices and Terms on Enquiry Freeman MacLeod Box 679 Lethbridge, improved corner in the city of Assimilating the Foreigner F THE TWO MILLION IMMI-jwere Canadians or Eng- Alleged public men trying to use the stilletto. _____........ GRANTS who have come intojlish-speaking settlers. Since that time Canada during the past ten j there has been the natural increase of years, a million and a half, or three- j the native-born and the immigration quarters of the immigration, a million and a half English-speak- Iroin Great Britain and the United'ing. making seven and a half million States. That means that for every Canadians and English- migrant wiio was not English-speak-; speaking immigrants. With these are seeins to be an uncertain one so far Ing there have been three that a million "foreigners." or one tolas length of employment is concerned, speak the English language. fifteen English. When it is con- John T. Kail in the past four vears thail lle is count, was approached by a certain gentleman whom we need not name. fraud. That is their game. It is the only game (hey can play. They are with an offer of a substantial cash pay- hard at it. Pretty spectacle, isn't and a.remunerative and perman- Don't Expect Too Much (Claresholm Renew.) The job of publicity commissioner ent position elsewhere. The bank of cial. whpse method of address is us- ually of the best, was so astounded at the request, that his reply may be re- corded as a matter of history. The sup pliant was told to "Go to h-----." The branch bank manager was In- formed as to what was happening. In the meantime by some, up to the yic- the assimilation of the j sidered tnat tens of thousands of these been at Medicine Hat and at inexplicable manner, certain it- that is. the non-English-speaking im-j "foreigners" come from well-governed {don, and now he is going to Leth- ems of Mr. Oliver's account had been migrant, is undoubtedly a great prcb-j countries and are intelligent men and bridge, and yet be is said to be one ofjseen. noted, and apparently copied iem. and one worthy of the best fully aware of the duties and forts of the citizenship and govern-i privileges of citizenship, It should not rnents of this country, i: does no: ap-ibe such an appalling task to take care pear "to be such an appalling task as jot the balance and make them into, some would make out. Ten years law-abiding citizens, who will in sore on him_______ c_v, tnere were approximately six million i no way be a menace to the welfare onPerieace to date. Some men expect people in Canada, nearly all of whom'the citizenship of this country. the best in the business. Isn't it a "P'on ledger paper, then photograph- fact that unless a 'bunch of This was the photograph which follow shortly after a publicity man cashes his first check the town That has been the ex- Swat the Fly SWAT the fly.' That is the slogan j la the campaign against the fly. adopted all over the'conn- stables should receive special atten- 3. publicity commissioner can force factories into a town. try, and a very right and proper nada to get down to real business in one started it worst pests there is. Every city files will breed there just the should rate it up, and the campaign'and the plague is in no way lessened snould be on the way before this timeivvhere it Is not possible to remove [secured at Demonstration Farms a Reality (Farmers' Advocate.) Alberta is the first province in Ca- the minister of agriculture that-satisfactory sites have been j points in ail corners wix uiic wci-uic LUIS Liuie i it j.s jjiuL ijussiuic tu remove' 'ai- yujuio in corners of the year. All garbage heaps should j the manure so frequently each stable tke province, from Athabasca Land- removed, and all conditions likely large or small, should be to aid in the breeding of flies should equipped with netting that will catch T. 'all the flies before they can leave the be remedied. It is said that one pair of flies, starting to breed in April, will have a progeny of .by August. This is a larger number than anyone probably has seen in one place at one time, bin. it is a scientific computation. The fig- ures only go to show how necessary it is to kill the original parent flies at the beginning of the season. stable or the manure heap, and they can be destroyed in it. The fly is a little affair in itself, but a tremendous affair in its multitude.-It is tremendous, too, in its danger to the public health, and that city is the healthiest and freest from disease, es- pecially from fevers which has the fewest flies. ing in the far north, to Medicine Hat in the southeast and Claresholm in the southwest. NO one can argue that the Mr. R. D. Wilkie. general manager ofj the Imperial Bank, stated in the most emphatic terms was not an exact phot- ograph of Mr. Oliver's account, as.had 'been stated. A comparison of the or- iginal with the spurious at once re- veals this fact An investigation is to be held7 re- specting the Oliver charges. No one desires that it shall be limited, ex- cept that it shall not pry into private! affairs. It is not difficult to draw'the i line between "business and his! private' matters. "Undoubtedly there! will an attempt'to "bring Mr. Oil-! ver's bank account into the limelight, to analyse it, trace the source, the destination of every debit and credit item, and generally to public a document which concerns only the bank and its customer. This would be a e' province is not as well covered as caiJa dangerous precedent. The office f OWNERS OF Sherlock Building A A Step Towards Giurcri Union JLBSRTA METHODISTS in problem of getting raen and annual Conference, have unani-j money enough to carry on the work mously endorsed the proposed j thai is pressing upon them. The mem basis of union of the Methodists, Pres-! bers of the different churches want byterian and Congregational bodies own ministers and services, and a good working basis upon which to j la order not to lose these members consummate the union. The unanimity' the authorities have to do their best 'be done with seven individual farms. No doubt many will complain because tfieir districts were not favored. Per- haps in the not distant future the gov- ernment will see fit to increase the number until all reasonable minds are satisfied. Properly handled these demonstra- fton farms should? do more for agricul- ture in the close future than any oth- er line of education'can hope to do. As has been pointed out before 'by the Farmers' Advocate, agricultural high schools, and agricultural colleges are the business man, the industrial! uu.v, iue uubiiiiiss man, me industrial- corporation, all consider their in this office several years account a matter of the strictest prlv-iago' and are to be congratulated upon acy. were it to .become known success in their field of at the slightest show of caprice, en- la'bor- vy or spitefulness on the part of ene- mies, one's" bank account might be ex- posed to public gaze, the waole coun- try would soon be banking their money in stockings, cellars and mattresses. A Dilemma (Fliegende Blaetter.) rat poison may be excellent, but the rats won't take it; Only w.hen a m'an is absolutely proved I have to make u more to be a criminal should his bank tried that already, count be shown to others than then the aPPrentice boys eat it. bank otiicials and their customers. Ev- O..LIU. UULU.I 0.1 IT; A Co clt u u, decidedly useful, but do not reach thejen then, the greatest discretion should! men who in 1911 to 1916 are responsi- ble for real advancement agricultural- be observed. It is not a question as to whether or not a man's accoxmt is of this action is significant of the feel-1to provide them with services. This sd'by an agrlcultnral high or an 6St accounts would among the) ing that exists in the West in favor of! would not-be necessary if the members agricultural college there are dozens strongest objectors to publicity of their nmnn. Therp nf rhoiwrmiri