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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 11- IntQ c Mexican people are woefully ft }ble for sentiment or tnat the need is tremen- dous that they should deny peace to tne last hours of a life that has been so valuable asd illustrious to them. in regular campaigns are still astomshmg number of these aru- Qation j and i _ (ine Duuaer 01 a sovenmiem.. iww uc ina organized and carried into oe coUected for an expen- The Irtirnra a foil- dollars; ann TTIATTV an! In the council some weeks ago a Sug- gestion was -made by one of the aider- men, which is being tried in one of the cities of Montana, having its of a few unsightly vacant lot would :be cleaned up and made re- The builder of a government.. Now he y and manv anj ba-ckvard Icause of it all is. not that Diaz has 'changed, but that he is unchanged. It spectable. up day on June 3. It is a simple and city has made commendable progress inexpensive means of getting a great [this spring, there is still a good deal the viewpoint from which he is ijutised that has changed. Fifty years, WQiie the work of cleaning up this evea in MexicO) made a radicai re- "Just a Joke" I OWNERS OF deal of unsightly rubbish cleaned up. The ma-ycr made a proclamation that the city would give every child under to be done along the line mentioned. This scheme has interested the child-1 ren of other cities before and will do vision in the needs of a country and in the aspirations of its people, but tGis half-century seems to have ex- i'ourteen years of age, a cent a dozen it again. It would not be a toad plan for tin cans, hoops, boots, shoes, rub-'for the city council of Lethbridge to tiers, stovepipes, and similar "it to complete the work of rid- jerted little influence on Diaz's mind. For twenty years at least it seems to Misunderstood (Detroit Free Press.) "How do you liker the lively he asked. "Very he said. "I always! did prefer two-steps to waltzes." have slept, until it was awakened by the crv of revolution, the only noise j Decided to Conform (Chicago Tribune.) Man had discovered in consequence! of receiving several bumps in trying to! Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box L979 Phone 1291 v t nerhaus could have awakened it? 3ie wa3 to the Jed away. These cannot 'be taken from the rub- ding the city of many hundreds ofj realization that it was the twen- iaw of gravitation. giving very good sati Wsh heaps that have been collected [articles lying around on various lots centurv and'not the nineteenth "VVelL I'll obey he announced. j '.Exchange. A Business Man's Criticism RITIGISM from within the ranks seems to 'be the continued lot have 'been long drawn out, it has been solely because the Conservative Oppo- of the Conservative party as itjsition Mocked proceedings. Taking the is represented at Ottawa. It comes j present session as an example, the century of the Christian era. Wheth- er even then he was intellectually con- vinced of the need .of reconstruction may be questioned; the promise is as likely to have been extorted by his fear. Evidently his enemies think so, "I "understand Egypt isn't satisfaction this sea- 'been repeating itself lately. A Consideration fPittsburg Post.) afoout the oratorio. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY (Atchison, Kan., Globe.) There are no more deuces than WSUSiNGS OF AN OLD SPORT (New York Evening World.) When you Follow the Crowd you're Always in the Ruck! Shall we 'aces in z. deck, but we seem to hold I id W; A Scratch Hit is just as good for Average-Fattening Purposes as a Scl- 'allop! from all quarters and in many ways. One of the latest criticisms is the Q0 reas011 terance of William Georgesson, of not have been completed in time jtne penalty of havin gary, -who has been mentioned as ajror House to adjourn before it was country to outgrow him. possible Conservative candidate should necessary for the members to go to else'thev'would make his retirement Handel's picture on the TOST snfffirins.ior the picture of the leading 'condition of peace. Diaz is sufferin the buslness not for a sin against patriotism, butj program picture of the leading "I vote for the soprano. She has': imore of them. suffered his JML S. decide to -drop out. But he has announced that he will the Coronation. The Conservative party set out Co block the reciprocity tare none of it, and gives his reasons and even-thing else. What In the following words: {their reason is cannot be surmised by "The present system means ruina- tion for anyone in business who takes politics. There sbould be some the public, as there was no hope of defeating the reciprocity agreement. "Business men like Mr. Georgesson do Carnegired Spelling (Stratford Beacon.) The New York Sun, an advocate and praticer of English undefiled, publish- es this letter from the "Thane of Ski- with its own appropriate heading: Ughr Ugh! To the Editor of the Sun: plan whereby both parties -would approve of sttch tactics. They together and decide that a session at want to see business for the nation Ottawa should not last more than j done in a -businesslike way. Obstruct- Your London correspondent is a.ert. three months. This .business of taking I ing legislation merely to be an annoy- He-foeata the record. No other paper a man and keeping him at Ottawa to the government does not ap- has an account this twenty or thirty relatives who'll suppor'ters_ tn rho show" "Some men think they are entitled to distinction, if their socks stay up with- tickets to the show. Just in Time (Christian Intelligencer.) to lose your daughter? No man ever sold old clothes for as much as he thought they were really we're" Beaten at our Own Game! worth. Nobody Ever Feels Like Jumping Off the Dock in a Perfectly New Set of Duds! Only the Saving Sense of Humor keeps Some of Us from Roaring when Perhaps you've noticed how the In- curable Rum-Fighter looks down upon tne Man -tvho Overeats! Every time, we Monkey -with Rev- enge, we find that it has Reversing Gear! Kid Hard Luck knows how to Hij in the it's just then that he's Soft Meat for an Uppercut! The Lady Fortune doesn't mind Be- ing Gracious, but she Dislikes to bg Asked to Make Them Goo-Goo Eyes! it is every woman's conviction that The it did seem as ifjno man has a proper respect for lace it would be at one time, but she land- curtains, ed this fellovv just as we were begin- ning to give up hope. of thej six and seven, months is rotten andj-peal to spells his ralnation." .onsmess man th Tmnerial Education Con discussing being iacaono the Con J Finally Got to Fighting Bishop Woodcock, of Kentucky, was southern mountaineers., Never mind the knockers. Some people are so mean that they point out mistakes in dictionaries. Heaven is "going fo !be a dismal place good business, and thev -would in London, and I notis whom he ha large type. for many years. If the length of the sessions is the tolerate it for an hour in their only reason Mr. Georgesson will not be j business. If the Conservative party j May I venture to hope that we may a candidate he has only his party j wishes to get good men for candidates hav something in The Sun hereafter friends to blame for the existing con- j and to get the approval of the busi-i dition. Ever the Liberal men of the nation they will have came into office they have shown ajto stop such petty obstructionist meth- desire to expedite the business of Par- ods as they have been using for many liament, and -whenever the sessions [sessions! OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbridge a spotless town. i The organization of the Union of Commercial Travellers marks anoth- Hon. W. S. Fielding 5s going to thejer step in the advancement of Leth- Coronation. What a fit tbe Toronto as a wholesale centre. It now News win have to see such a traitorous iranks with. Calgary and Edmonton as annexatfonist as he mingling with the a commercial metropolis, blue-blooded loyalist britoesl Once more Pincher Creek is having Another little war in South Ameri-jlts equinaznity disturbed 'by the an- ca is looming in sight. Chili and another new railway. If seem to be anxious for a scrap, tbe railways promoted In the foot- incidentally to use up all their country were built, Pincher Creek- plus cask, if they cave any. {would rival Winnipeg as a railway cen- ______ 'tre. 13g5Qteen. thousand people live in the! hundred thousand square miles of land j When 'R. L. Borden gees that list lying-west of Hudson's Bay and north'of questions that bhe United Farm- of Fort Churchill. That is the first jers of Alberta are going to ask him return, and Is a surprising one.jwiien he visits the province, he will be sorry he ever arranged to come out Next Tuesday nominations for West The Montreal Gazette says that the BChool trustee to succeed the late G. H, Jolniston Trill held. The citizens should Mttte on some rea] good Growers' organization will die an for that position, choosing him death -because It has so ov-i from the standpoint of his Its nervous system as to ask' Owen Wister Author of "The Virginian" Has Produced A New Book "MEMBERS FAMILY" It is proving a good seller Red Cross Drug Book Co. I it happens The question of score there. the box What has become of the old-fashion- ed woman who demonstrated her del- icate nature by getting seasick when she rode on a train? life Time is precious, and the joys of few enough, tout hardly so family fueds was brought up and the bishop related the -following anecdote: "A certain family had attended a reunion which terminated in free-for all fight. The offenders were taken before .the local justice of the peace, who questioned an old woman as to the particulars of the fight. Her de-. scrlption was typical of the mountain-jrauch so as to warrant chewing and eers' attitude toward strife and blood- smoking at the. same time. shed. said she, 'Lem Lewis got into an argument with Hank Budds liiudds smashed Lena over the head I with a stick of cordwood, liis nead open. Then Lem's brother slashed Hank up with a butcher knife, and Lou Barry shot him through 'the leg. Larry Stover went at Lou alavery in the United States was with an ax, and then, judge, we aD0ijghed on Decem- naturally got to fighting.' ,ber phia Times. The first railroad in the United States was put into operation at Quin- OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Ufidi-dded Profiis Total Assess Over PECULIAR AND PERTINENT .Earliest violins were produced in 1560. Yacbts were first constructed in Jsngland in 160-1. Remains? You handle plenty of rnoney how much is yours at the end of the year Probably more of it would be if you made a habit of depositing a fair proportion of it, regularly, in a Savings Account in this Bank. Start saving now. The habit will grow, to your great advantage. 1.00 opens an account. Msin Office cor. Round Redpath Sts.G. R. TINNING, Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. from Egypt A Detroit new millionaire, back In THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L.L.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, cy, Mass.. on October 1826. to] New York, after his first trip granite three miles to tide-j met Otto Carmichael in the TTaldorf Astoria. millionaire, "Well, said the new to tell somebody. "I'm back. I've 'been to Egypt." Carmichael, apparently was not as- tounded at this information. [popularized the amusement in Spain "I've been to the Detroiter and Italy. The taste of the game af- FARMERS' BUSINESS- The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farniers every facility for the transaction of their banking" business including1 the discount and playing began in India in tbej coiiection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge It was introduced in-i on application. BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at'every branch of The Canadian Bank of ninth century. to Europe