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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY TTEHALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1W? i Published by the Lcthbrldge Herald Publishing Co.; Ltd., every liwful evening'aA office, Sixth Street, Aloerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Edlicr JOHN TORRANCE PHONEj Editorial, Reportorlal And Department 1221 Buslneis Manager PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job 1 259 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 1 year, delivered 6 months tleltverod months, .IHivt-red, 31.00 month, delivered...... 33e. l year, by mall C months.'by mall l month, by mull 25c. elianeed as o.'teu as Uesfi-ed. but both new and old c-ddresseji "must be given. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crass Drub' Hook Store; J. O. Robertson it Oo.; Jachpon Co.: nnclni HottsI; Peoplo's Drug 1 >iore; Kenny Alliii. Co.; R. W. Ilammun. Plr.cner J. Slftehell; D. L. McCreu. lake Bros. it Book Company. Fertile, B. BeaL Medicine M. .Vortham. Cranbrook, B. and AH'hinson. L. Keinecke Diamond City Drvs Co. Vancouver, B. Wide News Company. Urown. 215-4111 Street. .Jamleson Co.. 705 Riverside- Avi-nue. Also on all C.P.R, trains unrt contains a THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight ctfmSe'c, pages, unrt cont summary of nuws of trie week, local and district 1 year advance .3 months in advance 6Uc 6 months In advance- I'rimvfift I'atricia won the hearts of tlio of LothUrldge "wlille .she was here. This week Queen Kdn lalcos ulavy. Tlitf people :irij raining by UK- imu- ilrotl and J.oihliHtlye is takinu care of thorn dospito knockers to the con- trary. who didn't win the big on Tuesday, October 1 back now realize Hie futility of throw.'! IIIK away ihoir bread and linltcr to hvlu utit another man's grudge. Only one district could .take' tirst prize but there were many entitled to honorable mention. The are a sl-roug fouluru of the exhibition; They are local and wer no means inclined to make dry-farm appear a misnomer. splendid feeling of Inte national brothc-rhocd is of tint be features of Uio Dry-Harming Congros should result In immcnae good John preshii'iil lule national Dry-Kannlnx (.'oiigrpss. The iiuiuely engine, may have been be biggest prize but there are many others of great value. Some of tho 'ups arc beauties and -will be an honor o the man or district winning them. This week- Jire a cosmopolitan ty, -But, though of different nation, lities, we are all one in the respects are paying tho goddess of agrt- Those policemen, 'who went out on trike and are begging .to be taken "Dry funning iiie gulf be tween theory anil practice in ugricu lure, ft proves that science as upjilj ins lo forming methoil.s is immuMitl Jlartin Biirrell, Do minion Minister of Agriculture. Tlritish Columbia hus A msgrtirk-t-n. display of fruits. No visitor shonU miss seeing To those who though sunny California had a monopoly in fruit growing it will prove a re vela tion. The Manitoba 'government has (io- iinlotl a haudsonio cup with view to stimulating fruit growing on tJin prairies. It may not result In a grape crop but there are. many fruits which should, he -raised with profit to the farmer and tho public. A Deserved Honor HONKST LABOR reaps its ward, in a fitting manner this has been proved by.the success has fallen to Henry Holmes oi has come the ricli "'.-prize of the'Jliimeiy'engine for the exhibit of the famous .Marquis >vheai. No kid-gloved fanner he, but the true tiller of the soil, earning his >ft read by {Jie sweat of his brow, like tha real man who loves his labor for itself. To paraphrase Thomas Carl vie, ihe dignity of labor has met with its achievement. And when the severe competition is is -by no means a mean one. Brain and sineiv in co-operation have earned for Henry Holmes the Garter ribbon in the realm of The glory which has come to him will spread ubroad, and act as an incentive to stir up men to tho value which rests on individual exertion. There is a spirit of nndauQtedness the winner of the prize 'which men must admire, for he had set himself to accomplish a deed which some might fancy they were handicapped in, in that, pos- sibly, tbere might be some who wonid bring all 'the advantages which capi- tal supplies to help towards the de- sired end. But the merit of agricul- ture-, is that the reward of diligence arid intelligence come to all alike, ami in this respect it -tarns a distinctto not entirely summon to all Industrie! The .practical fanner has come b, his own, and it is a case where meri1 has been rewarded by merit. To Mr Holmes the'Herald extends its con Jratulations, his enterprise has ndde Worthy of Toleration "I should think you would object .o your husband going away on ttiese ng fishing trips alone." "I would, only he is always meekly disposed lo put up with al- nost anything for n while after he sots buck from one of them." The Only Way The late Wilbur Wright put safety hove all else in aeroplane construc- ien. Mr. Wright was once watching vith critical eye the liight of a very wife, very cranky aeroplane, when a ttie girl said to him: "Uncle Wilbur, can you get to heav- n In one of those "Not by going replied the grout innan, "but if you Imve'lireil a-very ood life you may do so by comin York. Tribune. three months trying to get a civi. service appointment, but you can bei your life I'm going lo take it easy now." "Well, I suppose yon failed through lack of- sympathized the Senator'. said the "I've gotten the Alagaziue. -Not Such n Fool Sandy MacDougal was a braw lad of-12.. One day he fell off the roof anil broke his leg. His parents car- ried him: hen th' boose and stretchit iii mbn the bed, where he graned and grat, while the doctor was sent for. When tiie doctor came, Sandy did want iiim to touch his leg for fear it. would jiurt. Jjut tho doctor explained that it maun be done. "Will; leg Is it, Sandy, speircd the doctor. "This whined Sandy. The doctor seized the ankle, pit his Int. in Sandy's oxter, and gled the lag sic a yerk that the lad was nigh jiull- ed in fwa. -He yammert. like a big- gie. '.Then the doctor pit on a hit ban. dage and went awa. "Did it hurt, asked the auld fayther. "Na sri muckle as it answer, ed the lad, grinning. "I wasua sic a fule as' to gie him ma sair Cleveland Plain Dealer. Before selling or shipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. Grain Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbrldgo Special attention Riven to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of cars. Advances on all Bills ot Lading It desired. Market prices by wire or 'phone. OITIco at Messrs. Asnulth Lindsay's Dominion liiock, Lethbridge, Alia. Phono 1714. P. O. Box 27S. Local Manager I. SALBEEG This Story is Always Good Tho young man was convalescing typhoid fever and was very him. .giy. The doctor promised him that he should have something lo o'at on ilie following day. patient knew he would not be allowed to eat ail lie would like to, ibut hoped for a plate of good, steaming food. The next day when the nurse brought in a spoonful of tapioca pud- ding she said: "lie-re is your dinner. The doctor says ihat everything else must -be in the same Shortly after the nurse, bad a call from the sick room of the young man. j ho said, "I want something lo read. Won't yon please bring me a postage Harper's Itaznur. The Sinecure is De'ad A man who gets a job nowadays under Uio civil service has to work. If he doesn't lie Is llrcd, ami a real man is put in his place. Hut it was lot like this In Ihe good days of old. Senator liankhcad of Alabama tolls .ho story of a man ho met .on the; si reel In Washington years ago when civil service in Ilio government had list been cniablislied. nnld tlici man, "I've been vorkliiB myself lo death for ROOFING MATERIAL PAKIOD AXI> CEirrAIXTEED ROOFING XOXH BETTEll FULLY' (IF. H El) fiiso on rrv in stuck it I'till line of Tarred Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Papers Papers HEAD- (iUAlJTKKS FOK IHIILDEKK' PLIES OK ALL KINDS Wnil Orders re- ceive J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 758-arid 1755 Lcthbridgc, Alia. 1245-2nd Avc. 3. ;