Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
mi llrttt^>^tf^^1^l^> LAINftftlbAft, ALStMtA. MdN6AV. MOVlMB^I^ 7, m. IWii^ Ike Dally ttvMld iMnUnf ukMTlpllen.llalM ''Ti*�a]r..~�iM aonth., d�UTflt�d .. Jl IMUy. MS feftr. b3^ mall ...... IJI Mlyi biM ?nKnUM. by nail .... I.� D^: ttiMe aonUii. by nail .. M VMfclyvHatMd. om yew....... I.M 4ddi�eMc etauged u often m d�-iNd: but b6th now and old addr^ Siiut ba given. ROOSEVELT; TAFT AND BRYAN Brief Review and cast Election Fore- Wc afo near enough to opcasloiially sniff the powder and catch a fuint rumbling of the clAsh of arms. Thi-cc Bcoro miles down the A. 11. & h linu will put us in the battlefield and then you know so many of us seem to have a sort of heart-longing for this kind of a scrap (having scarcolj' emerged from a little one of our own) and a keen interest m all that pertains to the NatiOTial Policy of the "Good old U. S. A." that we notur-ally pricli our ears and focus our eyes towards that imagincry lino cnllod the one ever dreamed tliut lie wo\ild b(( a candidate for the next ensuing term. Mark Ilanna -^McKinley's dearest and bosom friend-wns the logical successor. Ko two public men have ever been more tctlmatoly.'^ omloarod to., oach. other thuit Hel�litlcy. WIU.IAM JENNINGS BRYAN Willintu .Tonnings Bryan is probably tho jtiost popular man in the United Slulcs, with a possible exception in favor of Koosovelt. But bear in mind tills fact that popular men arc not nhvays electelatform men. In theology he ranks with the lending men of tho pulpit nnd dl.scour.ses the scriptures wijlh tlio � same big grasp of ideas with which he treats politics. Bryan is a man of clean conduct and high moral training and practice. Blessed With one of the most gifted and talented women in the land, his home is not onl.y n haven of rest but n school for intellectuai cultivation for worldwide disseminntion. The best commendation that Bryan can possibly have is the hatred of monopolies. At the mere mention of his name Wall Street takes a. conniption fit and goes Into diabolic spasms Harrlnian, Jlorgan, Rockefeller, Rogers! They don't want to see him elected. All pretty strong endorsements from the people's viewpoint, or sliould be. Brvan stands to smash nnd bust the monopolies and trusts and his friends assert that he will if they will onl.v give him lialt a show. During the silver issue some people might hnvo been just a little dubious nbout placing the nffnirs of government in his hnnds. But Dr.ynn, of 1008 is altogetlier n dKTeront Brynn from the Silver Candidate of 189G. Naturally a student, he has grown and developed nnd whether elected to the Presidency or not, will continue to develop. Hp- may or may not be elected. Ho ought to, which Is another thing. It is safe to say that his chances are bettor today than evi.'r liefore In his political career. It will not lessen the public estimation of Bryan if ho fails to occupy that snug little house whjch Is in a B line down I'onn.sylvania -V venue from tho Capitol. Car of Buffalo Portland Cement Qn Track Today llie Bentley Co. Ltd.; ik:|uld do well to commuDicate with ub. ROBERT NEVIN. Ohlel W. A. D1CK80N, Secretary.