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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHHRIPGE DAILY HERALD Friday, November .4, 1910. DAILY HERALD Editorial, Reportorii? News Dcpt 1224 Herald Publishing' Co., Ltd., every eveitir.R st in office, Crabb btreer, Lethbndge, Albtrta, Canada W. A.. BUrHAXAN, MAXAGIXG JUHECTOK AND EDITOB ____ .PHONE: l Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail........ 53.0ft 6 months, by 3 months, by mail.......85c 1 months, Z months, 1 month, d'.rliverect.......3Sc Addresses changed as often as desired, tout both new and addresses must be sriven. WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday in eight or more-pases, and A suauimrytj of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, jc 3 months, in advance 6 months, in %Advance I THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT .5Qc it their whole; -business to make from rostrum in grow as a well city. The records of Ihe present sitting of the Supreme Courc show that horse stealing, Is a. very, risky an-d 'uuprofitf able business in this country. Whether reciprocity comes out of it or not, it will be a good thing for representatives of the United- States and Canada to get together-and talk over trade conditions and relations. Just another reminder about seo- ing: that-your name is on the voters' list. You will be real angry .with your- self if some very important question comes up for decision by vote and you are out of it because of your own neglect. Other Sanctums the wav of S-.'-cent lectures., During a the Pennsylvania'circuit he found hiniseif one evening at a. small town, the atmosphere-of which, was depressing. "Turning to the com- mittee, who Baited -on him at his room in.the Harte said: "Is this a healthful responded the commit- teeman. "What's the mortality of this "About cue a day." "Abou: one, said Harte. "Come this way a and he drew the committeeuian into the recess of the bay iv, and then said to him sol- erj-jy "Is the man dead for to-day? I am going lecture 'here to-night, and it would be a great relief to me to know that I could 'get- through alive." Cross Drug Hook J. G. Robert- sec Co., Johnston Jack- sen, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Brus Sfore. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drui Book Cor Fernie, B. Seal. Crsnbrook, B. -Atcbison.' L. Grassy Tugham. Diamond B'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Nortbam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brows 219 4th- St. Also on all C. P. R. In the Public Eye GENERAL BOOTH'S ;LOVE: ;iSTORY General twemie: x anniversary the 'death of "Ms, wife, 'the tibn. Army, and.- pays" a, 'touching trib- ute to her niembfyl H e mind'- the- 'T-met; my beloved wile, and cominencefl a relationship THE BUDGET AND THE LANDOWNERS budget is new taxes- do not affect agricultural lands, and it has not: even is having the desired effect in breaking.up the large holdings' of -Britain, and making them Into small-farms. Some of the large Been. suggested that, any further tur- fim Couldn't Kick .East New -.York woman a-ccused-of kicking "anether woman' was prompt- ly" discharged Jn court- when it shown'she wore.a hobble skirt.' -Her defence was.complete. Dad's Opportunity (Hamilton. Herald.) daughters of WiiHam 'iracken-i the C. an terday have iehce_ _ _ __ establish'an were Between tea' drinking and Catherine Monkeying With the Buzz-Saw' Mumford was -'to me by va (Victoria Colonist) j mutual of'.. Her m Some, of our Conservative contem-'terms of the'strongest aitniration. ftTMrfoc sro hs-mno. a (jeai of the'general, portaries are havin dens are to be imposed upon agricul- landowners who are selling out have Stari3tS} sales of agricultural cause of the alarm of the'-latter at the: wWe open, -what growth of Nationalism in Quebec. To-I was doing, and "sh'eJ.Tiotrrunwiliingly. 50 x 125 Argyle, near Westminster, 69 x 225 onBompas and Cavanah Ave. A splendid building site for four nice up-to-date houses. Terms .easy 2 Jots Ernest and Charles, a snap for cash 8 room fully modern house on Ernest between and Dufferin, easy terms Le e Hotel Eabct Go. Phone 1212 .been making party capital out of it {estates cannot-be directly attributed to 1us r "claiming that they" are "selling out be; 1 any action on the part of the. cause the-budget compelled them to do so. The Press in opposition to .the government -has taken n'p the until some of the people act- .hally believe that the Budget is work- ing a hardship on the poor landowner. JtJnt there was one Conservative >p'eer. Lord De.La -Warr, ,who was hon- :est enough to tell the real reasonij ;ivhy be sold his large holdings of some acres, and he says pra-ctically .that he is selling out-because the val- nes have gone up so much because of does not seem "to be a subject equally unconscious of what she was If the Nationalist move .-doing, walked in'and took the first the Lloyd-Gtorge budget that he 'finds My chief reason for j ment'nnder the leadership of Mr. Bour- Place there. From that place she was and other landowners hW been and are being actuated by the same reason, is that owing to i; ed agricultural prospects in-this coun-j try, the demand for farms has increas- ed, causing a natural rise in'the price .of- land, and. .there .is-now an- opportun- ity, perhaps, of selling which has not existed hitherto, at'any rate for many years. .Personally, I have contem- plated selling my farms for some time -it profitable to sell. press he said: past. I have always been in favor'of a'man owning-his every In a letter to the i point of view it is 'snoutd do "THE' BOY -SCOUTS...... better that he assa becomes strong enough to drive never from it there the Liberals from power at never least inclination to_re- what would the Conservatives propose move her, and there never will be." to do aSout it? It is never wise to General Booth -says there were dif- play.with' fire unless yon are sure that Acuities in the way engagement-- yon can put ivout when i you'.-want to. felt that his position of keeping and home in Vomfor j'. "These said, me; to Wholesome Movement There has been no more healthful the unexpected situation in movement in our time than that 'which I found-- myself as a real- calam- is associated with the .Boy .Scouts. It ity> and J fought, is a splendid thing to interest youth ainst in discipline, to take it out "of 'doors' tlle strange possession ih, all my might ag- feelings that had ,nV -'breast" What and teach-.it the close observation of could I do In the first nature, to bring it in touch isfith I was without any settled in- crait, with ths life of the open air. and jwith the life of nature., of of..finding haying .just, separated a movement .gaining scoutmaster, sritbout question. 8. termed Scouts; been mjself "from business, but f: call. L i UiU. jji iAU V 57 U-i JOOn.GCl tliiy -3.U ment is one of Britain's greatest her- of life-and any.boy or man persons who now, find fault ,each other, and at our circumstances, j oes and best Christian, tries to live up to'it is very! with the organization without having acd found that we were both quite pre- GeneraV ancl the advanced on the way id studied years isatioa is known as the Boy. Scouts.! a good man.. _ whether the boys would be enlisted. thai "might be necessary before.-'mar- and Side i we entered' into' an engagement that lasted for nearly forty years -in this i.world, end -will, p fondly believe, last torever in the world to come." Three years, as a matter of fact, It is net as some suppose a military j Quoting again from the same-hand- organization, but rather 'is the exact "There is no military meaning opposite. Because its founder is a' attached to tne name scorning. Peace soldier, does not mean that he is not, scouting comprises' the attributes of also a friend of the boys and a man: colonial frontiersmen in the way of who lias an interest in the welfare resourcefulness and self-reliance and of the nation by peace as well as by tjle many other qualities which make war. The Boy Scouts are not a sim-, them men among men. There is no ilar organization to the cadets. Both i intention of making the lads into sol- are for boys, and are excellent organ- j fliers or of teaching them bloodthirsti- izarions. but they serve different ends.! Qess. But under patriotism they will The idea of the movement is to find! be that a citizen must be pre- a outlet for the co :a-e his fair share among vitality given io every inis fellows in -the defence of the home "healthy-boy, and to guide it into chan-iland aggression in return for 3iels which will lead him to be a good ths freedoiri enjoyed by him The story at once struck a note j to -myvta'sk." man and therefore a good citizen. There is no better way of making the objects and ideals of the Boy Scout movement clear than by quot- ing from the handbook by which the .Hundreds of thousands of Boy Scouts understandng 1, down and a month Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address Co, P.O. Box 1979 Suite 113 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 Hints to After-Dinner Orotors Owen Seaman, editor of Punch, was fIaPsed betore the marriage was cele- the principal guest at a dinner of the. Those -vears devoted by London Authors' Club recently, which jtiie to making the most of his was followed bv a discussion on "Hu- j for" saving the people to mo'r." Mr. Seaman began with a storj- ministered, deprecating the spoiling of a good din- 'In al! he jbes on. "this beau- ner by any discussion at all. tlful womaji strove in season and out There were three characters in the of season- in ciscumstances pleasing story, a blue bottle and two Scotch- or Panful, to keep me faithfully and euju.veu uy mm men. The stoiy a-t once struck a note tu inhabitant. He who leaves probability by showing the Scotch-j. -Booth :did- not speak at any of to ethers to do for him is neither men drinking whiskey. The blueiher husaand's meetings until some playing a plucky nor a fair part." Scouts -do not smoke, drink, or abuse tnelr strength, physique, or intellect. Why? Not because some one says it ail over the world are (a) ltrrong' but because the? are'train- scouts'' oath, (b) the (c) j by Poetical woodcraft, scouting The scout law. (a) The scouts' oath: "On my hon- or I promise that I will do my best (1) to-do my duty to God. and the King, (2) to help other people at all times, (3) to obey the scout law. (b) The scouts' motto: "Be pre- in mind 'by having -disciplin- ed yourself to be obedient to every or- and nature 'study in the knowledse bottle buzzed on the pane; othern-ise after her marriage, always giv- jing as her reason her conviction that she tras not called to- the duty. FAME'S PATHWAY Mrs. Ossip Gabrlowitzch, the daugh- ter of :iark Twain, has decided to sell silence reigned. This was broken by one of the Scotchmen trying to..locate the blue with zoological exactitude. Said tbis Scotchman: T am if VOn fly IS a that these things are Incompatible birdie or a beastie." jthe literary treasures ot her father with scouting, and hinder them ill The other replied. "Man, don't spoil j and ?hey trill be put up at auction ia heif endeavor to become good scouts, good whiskey with religious conversa- Yorft before long. -The autograph tion." ed copies of the works of living "auth- ors, together with the volumes having 1 tlrr A _ true, manly' men, and therefore the oest of citizens. The Boy Scouts is a movement for the good of the boy. It gices him a chance to develop in the right 'way and have a good -time while he is do- BUY CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at your own price at our AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY H. Roseborough MANUFACTURING REPAIRING AND .A SPECIALTY PHONE 494 "tv Bret Harte Was Dubious From the San Francisco Chronicle comes this: especial family associations, will be re tamed. der and also by having thought it. The movement has been 5 beforehand any accident or situation great success wherever it has been mat, might-occur, so that you know taken up. Medicine Hat, Calsary tnec-right thing to do at the right mo- j monton, Macleod, Coieman and "othe. ment, and are willing to do it; and j Alberta towns have corps organized in body, by making yourself active and it is time that Lethbrldse was and aKe to -do the right thing at the, railing into line, and doing something right moment- I ror -the 'boys. And there is not muci Bret -Harte at one time used to (c) The scout law: 1. A scout's to do for them. They do it all for honor is to be trusted. 2. A scout themselves. A fund is required to is loyal to his king. 3. A scout's duty i buy the uniforms, but the boys must is ;c useful and help others. He! buy them for afterwards. mTJs: his best to do a good turn even though they pay for them at 25 to somebody every day. 4. A scout i cents a inonJh. Self-dependence is a r'riend to all and a brother to ev- one of the essentials of a boy scout. cr'.ZQY scout, no m.-.tter to what soc- dss the other belongs. 5. A tfui. a fund is required to buy the sup- plies in the first place. A few men is courteous. 6. A scout is a are needed to keep a directing ere I'ricr.c? to animals. 7. A scou! obeys and hand on the corps. That is all. order.--, ol' his parents, patrol leader ori'lhe boys do the rest. CUR POINT OF VIEW srnaii fall of snow that .-'day was a good sample. We will some, please, a foot or more. j state to contrary, to bring out the Proof- rp. is no scarcity of money in of Lethbridge securities are ajl 'right lircy conimamT'the highest price ny offered by-cities of similar size urJiJse if one can judge by the (in the West; the taxes are coming in. About; cent, of them were paia in j Business is getting dull in some save the discount. tne Central and South, j suites, so they are stirring up thing-; people of Regina are apparent-1 by having a revolution or -two, Iy In thinking theirs is just i about as a city as can be. Watch Letnbridge grow. One wav Is to be that their thoughts ard.is to put a commission in charge on corrects It is uj> to the people who the municipal government who will TUCK'S SAMPLE BOOK CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS RECEIVED TODAY TJTE-RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO.. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acaaia SIOCK, Reapath St. Day ana Nignt 65S Night Bell Picture Framer King George of England has chan ed his barber. For many years past the late King Edward and King George himself always had their beards trim- med and their hair cut 'by a certain celebrity, who is known to all the peer- ape as "Charles." This individual's lull name is Charles Taschke, and his establishment is in Regent street, the youth in London are attend-' ed to by a large staff. 'Hie trouble arose through Sir Wil- !iaa! the comptroller of tlie Royal household. Sir William al- so patroni.-ed and ran up a rather large account, which'he omit- ;ed to settle. rather un- wisely, as his friends say, pressed for Payment jr. no linmistakabie terms. Sir Vv'iiliam was furious, and, tak- ing Kin- George's bills to bis .Majesty, is very economical, pointed, out that "Charles" overcharging disgracefully. King' George promptly j '''rued his back on the ana a new royal M. ]-ee, of Curzon reign, in the of M. Taschke. j PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Automatic machines have been in- Rented which will thoroughly clean 2MO fish an" hour. Seven hundred thousand tons of American cedar are'" used annually by load pencil manufacturers of.Nu- remberjf, Germany, says our consul i tl5ere. Western Canada Agency, Limited Warehouse and Of f ices are now 1st Avenue South We are carrying larger and additional lines of .stocks in Blacksmiths', Builders' and General Contractors' Supplies. We invite our customers to pay us a visit of inspection when in the city. Note change of address Phone 712 Phone 1170 discontinued 10. acres level fruit land, partly improved, small nouse, "o'acres in clover. This is splendid fruit and is located only one mile from C.; in the famous Okanagan fruit district Pries oriiv -on good terms..-. 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, 100 acres in fall wheat l per acre; 1-4 cash; bal. to suit. This farm is cheap acre S Pric 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;