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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDRE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DEGEMiER As to Ilio umvorulty, many aspii but oHly OHO choaou. We will now eajoy .IndiHU mtnuno "for 11 Tho hum of tho throaher was heart In land on Sunday. W. A. Managing Olrteior T. W. Managing Editor JOHN Bueirten Manager Publlihod by Th: Lethbrldge Herald Publlihing Co., Ud., ev.rv lawful evening at 1" office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldgt, Albtrta, Can. PHONE: ____ undo David Klny aoenin (o K the "rod rag" lu tho mayoralty fight Editorial, .j Adverttllng ReportoHal, and Circulation and -News 1224 farmer with says he was roblwd in a Chinese lodging house Just thlnk'of a man with fSlOO and Chink lodging houso tastes. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION will be to watuh the division In tho Commons on Liuicas-tw's bill aimed at the ne tomero decree: That is if It reaches the division stage. Premier liorden may inter-v ew the ambitious statesman from St. Catharines before that Is reached. 6 months delivered ___ mouths delivered 1.00 1 month delivered 35c.. Addresses changed as often as drosses i THE WEEK Published every Wednesday in e summary of the news of t -1 year in advance 6 months in advance 76c. THE DAiLY HERAl Red Cross Drug Book tore, J.G. Robertson Co., Jackson 'ho have had practical knowledge of farm life. .Miss Irma Mathews, the vice-nreaident, has for some time past, been clottily associated with the -women of the dry-farm districts of her She has taught a rural school, organized institutes, and boys' ajid clubs, and Is thoroughly practi- cal. Mrs. Clark, the second vice-prei- jldent, was expressly choffin because she knows farm conditions from per sonal experience. Mrs.'John Wldt soe is a student of domestic science and through her husband's work in tie Stare agricultural college of Utah, she Is constantly in contact with ru- ral life problems. A large percent- age of the delegations to the Con- gress are the actual dwellers on farms. It is worthy of note that Canada was the only country that brought an in- vitation to the'International Dry-Far- ming Congress that included the Wo- men's Congress. It may bo that it was through an appreciation of this country, that a Canadian woman was chosen as flrat president of the or- ganized congress. Great praise ts due to Mrs. John whose earneet efforts have lone so much towards this splendid scheme. The blessings of her leavorj have spread over Cmnadi, the United states and to.South Af- rica. We trust that .this movement or the svmeral uplifting of the farm woman, and toe betterment of her conditions, will increaie and pread in the same proportion as the nitlal efforts have carried. Language and Profanity (Winnipeg Free Press) A correspondent, whose letter sign- "A German appears in today's paper, says: "I never iu my life heard so much swearing as in the English language, and I know foui languages." In this il may be no-ted the remark recently made by a well-known contractor in this city, that he has observed that men of foreign origin here, whoss command of English is not of Ihe best, and who use their own language la speaking to one another, appear