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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAII.jY HKKALD Tlinrmlii.v, 21, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publlihed by The Uthbrldse Hsrald publl.lilng Co., Ltd. tvtry Hwlul evening it In office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldje, Alberta Cm. W. A. Director and Editor PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Advertising Reportorlal, and Circulation and New. Dept.- Job Depli. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE! 1- year delivered 1 year, by mull C months delivered >2.00 3 months, delivered 11.00 1 month, delivered .35c. C months, by mall 1 month, by mail (3.00 11.50 25o as often as desired, but both new aiul old ad- dresses must ue Riven THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eig'M or more pages, and contains a summary of the news uf the week, local and district 1 year in advance G mouths, in advance 11.50 75c. 3 months, in advance 50c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J.G.Hobort- son Co., Jackson Cope. Alexandra Hotel People's Drug Store. Co., R.W. Hamilton. Plncher D. L. McCrea, Bros. that will bo elected by Hi least (Invii hundred, but probably neiirnr twice us many, and Hint Uinrlor will entry the country with n majority or lw> tiveon forty and forty-five. Slngli In Seattle Oreat F'nlla Tribune.) SVnltlo Is about to submit (o tbo volvra of Hint c-lly Hie question of ap- plying tho single tax system of rais- ing revenue. The Pujol Sound city s moved in Mils matter by tho ex- .vrienre of its Canadian cily, Vancouver, where al! laics; for miululpnl pin-poses aro raised by n ax on hind alone. The present s.vstv'm In Vancouver las been III oiwution for n little more han n year, although the community ias been educating itself up to this ueihod of obtaining revenue since It began to experiment with ingle tax in a moderate way. The step rn-as to exempt from ttixa- >n 25 per cent, of the value of Im- ravements. This was dons without I'CRting disturbance or deficit, and over, of eyurt-y. Von can't her for tlml. homo, of'you, Would Caleb Later An Indianapolis lail of 8 wlihud t Ko fishing, but his minima retimed to itermit him to HO nuur tbe water. Johnny, ind went to Knll croi'fo. where he Huh !d for an hour nr more. On hU wio >ack home lie met ti nelKlibor, who to see Johnny carrying ti flshjiole. "Hello, said ilio neighbor, "Ves, .lohnny "U'liat did yoii catch" 1 haven't been llome .News. "One Kupretentntlve C. Ban- mi Stamp, of Virginia, tells, "I was stormbound among: the mountains. .My lorse was ready, to drop, 1 was tired nd famished; besides, ft had so dark I was scarcely able to tell the from tbe ditch. Away up on tho mountains I saw the glimmer of a light, nmi I made for It. Lonely hill- top farm, as It was. it securer] like n haven of refuge. Everybody in tbe house, except the old man, had gone to bed. He gave me the 'hearty wel- come ready for any stranger in the BIG EXCURSION To Our Fruit Lands, Arrow Lakes, B.C. OCTOBER 3rd 1911 This excursion is run for the sole purpose of Fruil, Lnmls, and lo Mdcnd (he Annual Arrow Lake Fruit, Eai'r at Nakusp, B Ouiohor full fuul (itli. Call a! our offido.and gel; .full particulars (Jlioaj) rales and free hotel while nf; our lands. is excursion-. enough to appreciate the cold corn bread, steaming coffee and hunks of THE SPRINGFIELiD REPUBLI- 'advises the American peopte not to get excited declarations made In Cannda Don't get Excited see tit to do so. without the inter- vention of. a liorde of customs' offi- It' the tracte unions of the Ca- by tho opponents of reciprocity, as they are merely an effort to catch votea. It. says: Unverified by annexation 'scare-crow, the Canadian trades con-1 'grees executive committee has de- dared warmly in favor of closer trade relations with the fcvst part of 'the North American 'continent. The encans must not be excited because has not been betrar stated than (their country is Irelns accused of in the committee's words: 'Reciproc- foulest designs upon our northern Hy has long boen recognized In the The opponents of reci- internfitlonal trade union prodt-v throw atoaes tire Amerf- eagw, ana call the olti bird en- and we see no danger to anything but (learing agmM thc same tits pockets of a few interested capit- renpnn. iljat in days gone by some of in permitting the people of thc jus twist-ad th-e Hriti-jh lion's tail. Any- two countries to swap knives, if they t thing: to make votes." nadian city are truly represented in this declaration, and there is little reason to believe that they aiv not, the manufacturing provinces of the Dominion may not cast such I majorities against Premier Laurier as had been anticipated. Feeling I-j j running higher, as the day of elec- tion, the 31st, approaches: and Am- vo years later 5i> per cent of the of Hue of improvements