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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE ITAILY HERALD Thursday, November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing- Co., Ltd., lawful eveaicg at its office, Crabb street, Lethbridge, Albena, W. A. BUCHANAN, MASAGIXG LURECTOK AND EDITOR PHONE: editorial, Reportorial, and News 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Dcpts. 1221 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES "i year." by mail ........S3.00 J SS 1 month, delivered.......33e I 2 months, by mail.......Soc Addresses changed as often ns 'desired, but both new and old addresses must be sivexx. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pases, and contains of the news of the week, .local and district. 1 year, in 3 months, in advacca ....50c months, in advance-----Too J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE.AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Johnston. Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Pco- pits Drug Srore; Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros, Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaJ. Cranbrook, 8. Atchispn. L. R Grassy Tugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown Also on ail C. P. R. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in world DED A.D. irio "IH.CE.VTENAHY ;eio HOME OFFICE i LONDON. ENGLAND t Branch. Sua ttuildiatf, Toronto, H. M. ftUckburn. OUR POINT OF VIEW- is still another week in which to see about getting your name oa tbe voters' list. "Do not delay about Ic was.-about- time tor another, cab- men resignation in aui jmier Briand worked, iccoraiiig 10 schedule. tables kicked It' really looks as it there would be more than higher criticism discussed at tiie next meet- ing-.-of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church Side Lights Breaking It Gently Mr. What a power of fun- erals they do be bavin' at .Stiure, started "me. The school attendance keeps on in- creasing at the rate of. half a depart- ment or every- month. Watch Letabridge grow. The bodies in Letubridge-interest- ed in technical education should be prepared render ,the commission "all possible information and "assistance when they come on November 22. A Habit Kugby football may be all-right for: A. Yankee, while visiting friends grown men, but it is no garae.fpr tucked his napkin ing-boys'. It is too., strenuous, protect his rough, and the school board did right {last. He laughed as he did Miss Casey Thinkin' av what? .Mr. Grpgan That whin at come toime for 'my funeral would- you jbe the in advising rhe boys to adopt the As- sociation- gome instead. British Columbia apples .were de- it reminded him of a man he once rushed into a restaurant, and "seating niraseLf'at pro- ceeded to tiick his napkin under his -AN 'INJUSTICE -OF -JUSTICE Glared by an American 'authority' to cninl He then .called a waiter and be -the most nearly--.perfect lie' "Can ever seen. That is the kind pi fruit[ responded the 0 E OF THE IN JUSTICES of jus-, tice is found in the position of j a man wap has been charged; of PJind -suffered nor for j that is attached to him the. very fao: that .tfte Crown mat the people of the prairies, maimed and they should 'remember where I poo." can get it. waiter in a not a shanv y Greafc SNAPS 7 room house, modern, near in, easy terms, or for rent at per month 7 room house on Burdett, easy terms 50x125 on Argyle Avenue, near Westminster, w facing south Dandy lots on MacDuff Street, sewer and water, close in, each, quarter cash, bal. 6, 9 and 12 months 48x125 on Dufferin, Freemari M acLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 As George .Sees the Peers "David Lloyd said the man-. a man wlp has .teen Parsed me. wo. um. Km "more-precedwti. from Wales as he emc-iea ii sbS i -i iThruifhT ir rTior VIP mifhf hp J.AUIXI n-axtJij, aa lit; tiiujyiicu. ilia S-UiSo a crime and round innocent. possible he mi nt oe been rjje custQm. Qf ten being unable to secure bailee'is It does seem; in confinement months- before Ms for vreeks or He has to always been the custom of gov-; "Uavid is .ii-Tvitty; speaker. I've heard hoover 'that tte la-v ernmeats t0 lose Mm time in Carnarvon. Distent regularity.' But the. Asnuith '-soeakW in 'Walsh, that the-udge migttt nave the to These monetary tor -which recompense might be made. Of tnere are many other cases vrhere the no money'could'pay him morally as well 8fr_ legal-1 the'disgrace he. his'family and friends-jlrJnnocent. Some .provision might be j satlered because of his" unfortunate i made by. which the judge could exef-1 for beu. Wine and Wit Frcrh Other Sanctums No -forsaken .his companions: acfilfeinted an.': named (Jeprge, ikd decked see this particular man. Accordingly he round George's undertaking estab-; jlishment, over which George had his sleeping apartments. UENQTH-HN1MG THE SCHOOL COURSES H2 LEADING, .educationists of reasons. Then, too. the age of. en- in a conference tave trance'into'the- univsrsity jiil be lat- ,f !er. A boy or girl passes the entrance or fourteen! oerta -cicied to ask-the Department 0-, nation to change the length of the examination at thirteen vears talor.g the eight year public xis io be in the public and! 5UO, has finally turned, over ?T50 to'Of the third v-st ore expecting j the hsirs. He probably gave them that i0 find that5 his .'fcineVal' services ;Vere j amount for.the porpose :pf sho-wing j required "immediiiteiy. 'Instead he re-' e tvas no .i.cognlzed ...Must Remain on- Guard (Vancouver 'icourss. after they start school at five sigh schools. Toe proposal is'to or seven years of age. The sa eight year, period in .the former jrour year course in the high arid four year's in the latter. It is nn-j them to derstood that.the Minister -of Educa-ior eighteen years of age tion is fa'vor of the 'change. The; enter the" "colleges" and universities.! the police force from responsibility school trustees have already endorsed i That is quite young enough. The four] worn taking- their regular rounds and he -sexclaimed cross- j-ly. 'I tell you, said ORNINGSIDE down and a month Without Interest and Without Taxes to J1SO.OO PERILDT For full information, call or address ecurities Co, P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building PJbone 1J2J91 A Hamilton debating society has'-frank, "taat you're tbe lash man inj fciigh school decided that the world is -becoming "-he world I.vran'to do business with." seventeen i better morally, which disposes of a! ff before craestion, but noes not .relieve jf T" Vj the idea. It therefore looks as though year course at college leaves them the change would -be made. ready to enter npon the active -duties One of the chief reasons why the of life at an age that will be generally cnange should be made is "that the; admitted as not a year too late. In longer public school period will give j addition -to these is the every child a better education. There j very important one that the longer are a-sreat many, people who. allow terms give the teachers a much bet- trying the doors, on their respective oeats. -Terrible, Terrible! (Ottawa Free Press.) Holv Smoke I the reverend editor of 1j __ i THOMAS H. CARTER Thomas H. Carter, United States sen ator from Montana, was born in Scio- to Coiinty, Ohio, on October -We received a common school educa- He tells-in his children to go to school until ter opportunity.to give the students they pass the entrance examination; much more thorough education. One j meDDoirs of a banquet, and tbis is into -the high school, "a good the greatest complaints against the aescrjption of how it wound up: school education" being their standard j present day educatioc systems is that ___ __ Toronto Globe must have had a'tion in IHfnois, and was afterwards en- for their children. If the public school j the work do'ne is not thorough, and term is extended the great majority j that the students leave the schools of this class of children will receive; without, the sound, training that.is ne- more and oetter euiicaition. As less j cessary in after life. They are not than five per cent of the children who jfully prepared to take up tee duties attend public school ever go to life in any department. Extenaiag- scnool, it will be seen that this is a i the course of studies over a longer very important matter. _The lengthen- Period will give both teachers and stu: ing of .the high school term from three I dents a chance to do more to four years is a good thing for sim-'work. efficient! "With that we were locked tight in each other's arms, clasped heart to neart, patted each other affectionate- ly on the back, embraced at least three times before we let go. while the on- lookers cheered at what one Ameri- can editor called 'Canada being offi- cially hugged by Mexico.' One of them said he would give fifty dollars in gold, jfor a snap shot of the performance. I had seen the thing done once before and so could play tile "part." -SUPPLY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT are -fenticton. Other districts on the .Lake are being: opened also. There is j apparently no limit to the tonnage pos JL becoming accustomed to the re- ports of" tfie wonderful'deyelbp- mentpf the'fruit-.industry in British j slbilities of tfiose arming, railroading. and While teaching- school j he studied law, and after being admit- ted -to the bar began practice in Hel- ena, Mont, in 1SS2. Six years later he was elected Montana .territory to Congress, and upon the admission of Montana to siate.b'cod was chosen first representative in Con gress. He became commissioner of, the General Land office in 1891, and the following year he was elected cnairrnan of -the Republican National Committee. He. was elected to the Un- ited States Senate in IS'JS, and in 1903 Did anybody dance on. tne was it all done on ginger ale'? Were tnere any chandeliers smashed, or Xot only is the quantity great and CbliipbTa, and In' these reports a i'uttrfe'l'noi; verv far _ T-apidly becoming gieater. but -the qual pies aid; other _fraits can be ?nrcfes- ity is of the best_ A newg despatch j ed ar a'much lower cost than-at pre- sent. The time cannot come too soon. -.-'.The B. C. Saturday Snnsec. which al- ways is very careful about giving out ngures and statistics, speaking of the uxanagan, wnich is only one of the fruit districts of "hat great province says: "While the figures for the present season are not yet complete, those in position io know estimate that at this week says that at -the National Apple Show in Vancouver, apples that won the thousand dollar prize were well'nigh''" perfect. The judge, an env inent authority from Washington, D. C., said that they were the most near- ly perfect he had ever seen, and he, gave them nine hundred and seventy points out of a possible thousand. With such quantities and such quali- ty, the people of tbe plains should know where to go to get their fruit. It is only right that t.hey should as icas: 450 carloads of fruit will be ship- j tar as possible buy their fruit from pod before the season closes. .tneir.'.nearest neighbors, and -thus, en- estimates are that these fig-' courage industry of pur. own coun- ures will be doubled every two year.1; 'try. as orchards come into bearing. j "Jf B; c ,ir> .he "Other estimates arc somewhat ?nd sucii qmliry er this mark. For instance at Sum-j undoubtedly Canadians in the merlMid peach trees have been j west :jo no farther in-search set oui. In at ihe most, six) of good The 'lo- years t'kese '.'ast orchards will be inimand [i. C. fruit from'their ilouleis fall bearing. At an average of six jam! sno'.v thai. ihn.f Doxes or 20 pounds per tree, that dig-1 stead o: fruit from nc-oss iino tvict alone in peaches will produce ov- 'which wanot er carloads. Yet Snmmeriand! The B. C. mrm prepare tlici.- f'ruii JINT is only one district of several, and well ad (heir rivals mo lino oummeriand is only at the beginn-iand are doing their best 'to meet the ins of its. development. Pea'chlaTid oi the people of the prairie vill come a close rival, and so also will 'provinces. SAMPLE BOOK CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS RECEIVED TODAY RED BOOK CO. Safe Satista ory Dnifl Stori Acaaia BtotK, Refipath'St, Day ana Nignt P no fit 861 Night Sell The The he was re-elected for the term ending March 4, 1911. In Mr. Carter served as president of the Board of Upmmissioners of the Louisiana. Pur- cnase Exposition. FAME'S PATHWAY The Sultan of Turkey once gave Gen jeral Horace Porter a gold medal for i patriotism. Frince Furstenberg has just pur- chased a magnificent block of land in L'mer den Linden. The prince intends to pull down the 'buildings at present standing .on. this land and TO erect a beer palace., in which will be sold the product of his own brewery at Donn- aueschingen. Prince Furstenberg is already largely interested in hotel en- terprises in Berlin. The new King of Siam? who has been known as Prince Chowfa Jlaha Vajiravudh, has been recognized as a Crown Prince since he was proclaim- ed such in 1S95. He was born Janu- ary 1, 1SSO, and is the eldest of three sons-of the late King Chulalongkbrn's second queen. His education was atj sandHurst Military College, Eton Col- lege and Oxford University in England anrt he has toured the world. His trip tnrough tlie United States in 1S02 was a.notable event. Get Your Christmas Presents ;Uiireseryed AUCTION BALE OF Commencing Saturday, October 29 C 77 o. zx. MANUFACTURING REPAIRER AND HAND' ENGRAVING A'SPECIALTY- PHONE 494 Western Canada Agency, Limited Warehouse and Offices are now 1st Avenue South We are carryingiarger and additional stocks in Blacksmiths', Builders' and General Contractors' Supplies. 7 We invite our customers to pay' us a, visit of inspection when they are in the city. Note change of address Phone 712 Phone 1170 discontinued PECULIAR AWD PERTINENT Java coffee growing is now being in. troduced into Porto Rico to meet the American demand for a "highly "flav- jorcd aromatic coffee.'1" 10 acres level fruit land, partly small-.hQuseT'5 acres- iar clover. ".This Is fruit and is located only one mile fruit district.. onlyv'jllOO on good tsrms. '2 nice level lots in good location in the North Ward. Price each, on good terms. 1-2 section fine level land, all'fenced, and broke, small house and barn, 300 acres looking; fine, only miles from Lethbridge. Price only per acre; 1-4 cash; bal. to suit. This farm is cheap ai per acre. GAIiVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE ROOM BLOCK ;