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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKTDGt DAIO HERALtt Saturday, frovuijiher IS, Jftlt. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 W. A. Director T. W. Editor JOHN Manager Publlihed by Tlie Lethbridgc Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening nt its office. Sixth Street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Can. PHONE:, Reportorial, and News. PHONE: Advertlilng Circulation and Job Dop'.s 1 yi'iir dfliv ti moiuhs delivered 3 months delivered 1 month delivered OAIUV SUBSCRIPTION RAVES year, by mall i 6 months, by umU j 1 month, mail 25o. Addresses changed as desired, bul botb new and old ail- dresses must be ptven THE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday tn eight or more iind contains n I of Hie news of tliii n'tfek, local ami district 1 year in advance .....Jl.r.o I 3 montlls in advance ...aCc. 6 month.o in advance TJic. i THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbridge Cross Drug __ Hook torj', J.Ci. llolicrl- son Co.. .hu'lisun A: Cojte, Alexandra People's Drug Store. Young fi Co., U.W. Hamilton. Plnchcr E. .1. .Mitchell, II. L. .McCrca. Taber Wosliake Dros. Cardcton Alberttt Drug ,t Book Co. Fernic, B. Percy Dual. Mcdicins Norlhain Cranbrook, B. Bealtic Atciiinsoii. Kfitwcka. Diamond City Co. Vancouver, B. C. World Wide Co. Brown St. Spokane- -The .Inniieson Kews Co., Tt'5 Kiverside Ave. Also on all C. P. R. Trains Railway Bylaw RATEPAYERS in. the city or 1-elhbridge is gran-ins more and Kelhhridge wi'il bs called lljion nlol'e apparent. The benefits to ae- on December 11' -to decide at crult! to !lle citizens generally from the polls whether or not they will em- jllie operation of a street car system Dower live city to borrow tlie snui of poiiiwd out many times inrough the columns of the Herald four hundred and fifty thousand dol- doubt k moi.- w Jars for the purpose of installing thy growth and prospvrit mnnicipaUy owned and operated lot' Lethbritlge than any other onte sireet railway dtirlne'the com-1 prise and citizen wisha ing year.' The coat lo the city of fin-l10 se? il an accomplished fact ancing this groat will il 1vi11 oe municipal! anproximat-ely annually, and !l1 charge-of a man OUR POINT OF VIEW "oust LrthbrJilRo! Hoos-; -for your own city. It will lie some honor to In tho iC'ounci! jti the ihe sired rail- way system is hi-iny inauguraicd. Why shouldn't to -the home of the hi writing iirst! your friends to come t0 Lethbrldsp. and in on the ground floor for I I'll' forward A man who has made n success of his own business is man who if wanted lo hflp run city's busi- ness. Air. SiiccttsKi'nl Mini, do you tile vision? tht; your of the Dry Kiirmlnj; Congress- calls for the boat oMulnublu. should com- petent men tiesltute? Wise is tho.rnan who realises that in promoting tho inlorost of lira city lived in, lie is promoting his own A Kood mayor Is assured. Now sonic of tho otlier hustling1 business i should run for uhlunnanlu lion- irs. A Oilgary paper announced that pox is nimpiim south of High stntenienl Is 1'aise. There very u very few mild tasus noiir tiwr, and none elsewhort1. Thery IB bridge. Qthers Party Before Country (Calgary Albortan.i It Albert a should lose an important J______ lawsuit, and thus embarrass the peo- of thp province, the joy of some AI ben a newspapers would be fjuite lomplvte. of his "infamous policy of Intense Im- migration whicli lias made Cawuia a rpfnao for -The whavl'-nus of Liverpool atid London." There can be no doubt !KM is was by vastly different orlc Sir Wilfrid l.nurier was weak filed in Quebec ami in "the Eugl speaking provinces. The Farmers' Friends! (Winnipeg Tribune.) H. H. Bennett and J. A. M. Aiklns nil be desk at Ottawa. Now list ket'ti an eye on the fine hey will hatch out for tho benefit ilivi farmers -of AVesieni Canada. Rural Population Problem (Woodstock Sentinel-Review, Whatever the explanation may he. he fact of ihe relative decline of the "fust a Joke J x Jm ring a period of thirty years, as year debentures wi'U he issued to se- cure the money for tha. transaction. At tlie noils last December, the eW zens made a good start by showing" their sympathy with the undertaking Iiy voting lo borrow for just tbis purpose. Their vo'-ie utmost unanimous. Sinew thai time the sen- fins shown his ability to give the cit goad service at a profit in other civi uiilit-es. Street rahvay systems hnv operated at a profit In oihe cities o'i the Wesi. which would citfe that, the same success would hi met here. With trvese things, then, in mind it is the duty of wvory ratepayer to timeiu o'i the majority of the to ihe polls on December 11, ant payers has nor changed, and with n jniark las ballot in favor of the new era of prosperity in sight, -they arc even more anxious than over to tli-e much-tallied of system install- ed and in operation. The need of a street railway system knowing that, by action, he wi? he responsible for bringing Lethbridge closer to the position It shQtild oc- cupy among the other progressive cit> ies of Western Canada. The Market Value of Rumor A COXXECTICTT rpPRT has awarded man who enlivened the declining years oE a mii- liomiirc with funny iitor'-ds the sum or This coin-as along: the Jester, with his cap and bells, be lie the funny storytell- er. or the humorous writer. be always welcome ,he is Let him doing a good us poor humans in is possibly the first jgreat in wliich the power to cheer has jctKising away melancholy. The ch'aer- had a commercial value placed" P.M it. fill spirit should always "be cultivated The world owes if we are to lie saved from becoming dull and morose. The man who can laugh heartily is generally a healthy man. The healthier one feels, more cheerful He becomes. The "pro- fessional joker Is not made enough of. The end of the millionaire under notice, is a satire on the human rush and strain after the dollars. The pur- Cheerfulness, however, and tho cheer- ful man. have always been assets In this world. It would, indeed, be a grim and dn'il place wrthoiit them. A cheerful man is generally an agreeable man: he goes about ,with a rosy-tinted brush, pain tin 2: over the dull and sombre pictures of n 'ioo-sor- riid everyday IKe. much to ilaushter, create it. Humor does a great deal to smooth away ihe rough edges of daily expericncsE. The man who can show rile comic side of a 'serious sit- uation is a benefactor. ''Laugh and grow is ihn best of prescriji- tions. it is well for us to encourage smile will ha've the satisfaciibn of the brlnpc'i- of .eoo'd cheer. Tie does i achieving- something in the way of not often receive his value in cash, 'an added dose of health to -ihe wear- but be still has ;ui unappraised value, "II penseroso" is sufficiently in which as a pliuoaonhsr. which ho evid'ence amongst us. Let us haid gsnorally is, he is satisfied with. wltb d-elight "L'Allegro.1' If we do into a atate and beconfe and -to those who (suit of wealth has apparently driven j for the tirive being all joy of life, and he is forced at the end lo pur- chase .H commodity which moat poo- rural population IB one that ought to receive the attention