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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tfel'HBRIPQlS HERALD Saturday. November enr, by mail months.'by mall 1 month, by mull 93.00 "Addresses changed us often as desired, but ami old drosses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD 'Published evcrv Wednesday tu eight" or wore pages, and contains i summary of ilie news of luo local .and district 1 'year in advance..... 0 mouths, in tidvunce I s months.i.'u advance THE DAILY HERALD SALE Red Cross Drug-. Medicine Cranbrook. Aichinaoii. U Kcinecka. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, B. C. Wide News. Co. Browi "219 -ith St. fipokanc-Tbe Jnmieaou News Co., Riverside Aye. -AUb .on; all R. Lcthbrl.-i.i Eoolt Store, J.G.Robsrt- son .C- Co.. .fackson more rioV tess ilian-a bribe for voting. The people were urged, time case i. was acjYteved by a false cr.v of j find again, that the ouly means of linperislism torn snowfug thai, they wanted the control irom its high and lofty -sanding, "and Qf their "aturarresources l ing for the Conservatives. They stie- inade undoi culliMition, .ill louced ami all stcnm plow land, close to nl fi2l 00 jjoi nou1 480 acres, with good house and bain, KiO acu-s uudoi (iillnndou, all steam plow liind; on i top incut plan ,lfJ2 00 pei tu 10 68 on 121 h St. A. Soulh, lacing noilli, a at easy terms. 6 room..fully-modern house, close in, S-J 20000, O..IM Hcims, 01, 'JSO per month vent. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The- Standard Securities Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Morningside Suite 1U to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 tlieir endeavors, in the -.lense that one volunteer is worth two pressed men. Vv'ilji ihis view peril a be csciisetl for ilisajireeing with ihe op- inion1 espressetl by some of'fht speak- ers, r-ttnfe-convention that the t'oach- cr should, if ijoagibls, tie normal train- ed. In a .Sunday school It'json man Jur is far more-valuable than method. A is taught is more e; than special knowledge in ap- pealing lo the young mind in the mat- th'j great truths and lesson's of That the teachers them- Bpjvea'slio.irJd be scholars in the pre- paration of.ilrcir subjects as, laid fiovyu Hut j that us all that is suffici-j eiiL liven this should not he too j strongly in.sis-fed on, for it would lend, yiiouid 'imugine, to briny into evid.Gjjcc moTe of the.mechanical than method.. ,-We believe is.Ji goodly sight to see not on- ly ministers 'of religion engaged in it. but laymen as -ivell, and .business men at i.hat. These men are doing so at a sacrifice of personal time, and to Hiem are tiue the thanks of all who re- the importance ot" religions in- siniction for the young. The training of tlie home supplemented -by the teaching of the Sunday school, and osether work; for tiie Ii wall for the times in which we live that. we have amongst us men and women who take up work in which the only .measnrfl of meed lies, in. the' consciousness that thev are doing .something Tor the elevation of humanity Conferring together foi CiiKSing the beat mean-3 towards ac- complishing this, irrespective of -as- tablishing an esprit de corps'amongst Jue do much towards: enhancing their- labors W Beaytify' Hospital Property rHILE taking to hoatHilv L-ethbi-idgo citlzenn should not' loae "sight of ,the-Galt -pital and'grounds; all 'Other places, should come in .for some consideration in ,l.e city DeaatKul cam more checrf tlie unfortnnatp s.Df are foiceii lo aiail ihem Belies of the caie io be found in the nonnltal be a good invesfiKml The, city -has several thousand dol- lars in-tested in the hospital building equipment, the remainder of -tits imlSii.. A look- at the grounds, in their a gifl f R hairs off the Mulock patch on its hind- quart-ars that it baa formed a-hair- ball in its ruminating department which It cannot get rid of.- Bvery time it chews its Cud the Mulock hair- ball causes trouble. Jt is pleasant to see how the Con- servative papers in Toronto love one Tyront's Political .Record (Winnipeg Free One of the most Interesting of the Bother. The affection mibsisUng be- recent b e-elections in Great Britain the Mill and Empire and the ihat in Xoy'tli Tyrone; This lfljNews is quite as toiiclungh beautiful I tie one Liberal seat "in Treiaml. A tende legard the Tplegrara romliination of Liberals and National- jand World have for each other. ists has kept tb'e seiitJn the Liberal column since l.S9o, al though the ma- never one occasion dropped tp'7. ?Ths gov-j eminent did not, however, hesitnle to] oiien it by Uie appointment of Red-j mond Barry, tte sitting member, ro the position of Irish Lovd'Chancellor; ind, after u ding dongrWttlo; T. W; llusscll. the Liberal canSiclate, was a >f A True Story "Seven .years ago I landed in tins town with only one dollar; but tlia u.ollar gave me, ray start.' P invested'it ver; elected by a bare majority of IS. Jlr. i "Voii. must hai Kusseil, who is a well-known North or Ireland man, was formerly n Union- j j st il.'P.. but has'teen a Liberal for tome years, and now hplfo' the im- lortant government office of Vico- of the Department of Agri- itiinre for Ireland.- money." home, foi condition will convince any- one of the necessity of improving the .grounds about the hospital from tho man ivho has always proven himself one of Lethbridge's beat friends. As a mark of esteem to Mr. Gait, it would standpoint of mitiiral beauty. The; I to lx> a wise plan for ihe City .uvo nun rooms, in whlcli convalescent j Council hospital hoard 10 get patients spend -tin? .their time, are sitnaled In the east of the hut ihe viow not one which would tend to s Kiel: IIGVEOII with any particular do- Bire to get well. The view is barren. "I'hcro Is nothing to relieve the eye, ana, In fr.ct nothing whatever has neon done to in.iky the ground-3 in font of the hostilfal a place of beauty' which might he a source of enjoymoui lo eiliiei- the patients or nnrsus at mont Important public Instilii- to formulale some plan for the beautifying of Ihe Hospital grbimds. If possible, -.Mine of (he property fronting tho grounds shpiiM be alicnred by the city, Fifth avenue closed- for some distance filr- tner east, and In this sconrR spacious enough to a'iiow the laying out of grounds in front of tho nc'.lpitnl which would a source of unjoyment to "those who spend their time in Institution, besides being a sonree-of pleasure lo the citizens. Hon. This state of affairs dcvs noi hoapl'tnl'ta a beautiful bu exist in other cities as progressive na ing, iiiit selling should not he mar- 1-iithbridge, and think ihe majority red by Us present uninviting aiir- I of- the..citizens .will agree that, any ronndlngs. This.Is an Important mat- In mn'klng tin; ontloiik ler, and'aElloirsiibiild'not be defeVrcd, Toronto Journal (its Snarling (Winnipeg 'Free. Press.) Ihe Toronto that stal- wart of Conservative stalwarts, is now snarling against the mnke-up of the The Laziest Man "Went'to at eight o'clock 1 night." so early7 f "My. shoe- cirae untied, and thought'I'd saie the trouble ot tjlng n.again." new Dominion government almost as IJhilndelp'hin nercoly .-is It ynarlad ngalnit- iviciprnc- j ies? Tllft Toronto owned and edited by p. Maclean; Conserva- tive II. V. fur .South Yorli, formerly Kag-t Vork, for nineteen'years, geni- ally remarked that It.was a pity the I'eiegram conldu't thl'ilk ot HOiiipthlng first so tliat there" would be some- ihlnK it wouldn't find fault vv'lth: The i'elegram retorted Iliat It .was .the tirst lo nwntion Mr. "Maclean, fm-.tlie jabinef, and timt the suggestion was A Vacation "Mow did enjoy join tup d to the world'i. ,8el like a rained all Ihe time.1 The Great' Scott, man! .What's loose here' as If I ve seen'.notblng bu kids playing btll on tno all-nets, even In the tlie every wlivjre 1 Ihe, of It. received coldly by Where-1Somebody starled Ibi report lint >on was ii nig League looking for ng iliatiirlal! ;i lion tlie Toronto Star .took occasion 'o s.'iy tiirtt the. wa-.s mistalt- as it was Mr. Arac'iCHii himself i, ._______._ vlio hud first thought of tlml. Tire j u'li'eii a pWver Iniils iiis I .Vorld, In the course of its latest art- at: We'a'ftcr striking ouf, Ale nhoilt. Ihe Telpgrani .sjiys: "The Telegram bus jioket: itself ail so oftfu, and taken so nmny uahlly wait foi o llii.t unt '.sonic more! Imt i Win' Of Improved Residential property close in Tuesday, Nov. 14th at p.m. On Premises 6! 3 I 2th Street Having been by the owners, we will sejl the follpwing described property without reserve on the premises on the above One Modern Eight IRoqmed Brick House and lot size 36x124 ft, South One Modern Six Roomed Brick House and lot size 36x124 ft., 617 12th Street South This property is situated in one of the best residen- tial parts of the city and is sure to advance in value rapidly Will be Sold on Easy Terms For full particulars, apply to H.GALVIN CO. AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 ;