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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER -JOOT PttMttta! ey the Lethbndje Htrald Co., Ltd., erery lawful office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, w. A. BUCHANAN. MANAGING DIRECTOR AND EDITOS PHONE: ______________ PHONE: Advertising l 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 i year, by mail Months, delivered j 6 months, by mail......11. 5 1 month, J S months, by inaiJ .......85c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be tivta. WEEKLY HERALD x.. every Wednesday is eight or more pages, and mi summary s of the news of the week, local and district. iTttar, in c 3 months, in advance t months, in ivivance___Too THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT OUR POINT OF -VIEW-1 I Less Uian a week remains in which to get names registered the voters' list- Uet busy. 1 could feel the strong'wind Saturday, November And make the wires on the biplane I'd brace my would I, if patriotic expressions count anything, United South Africa is got- j laugh ting a great start on its career as a nation within the British Empire. nerves at its som birds as I passed It will take more than a chemical J.n- at the1 tueni 'by. wishing this, and I wonder why.) J 1 wish 1 couia look down on the to rind out just how much real i Where look like grains of genuine satisfaction the Conservatives! sana. have m the victory of Bourassa in Huf' 'sposiug; ra smash a sail or spar? Quebec, p'aen down I'd fall like a shooting Then down i star! The commission form of 'better to-wish than fly, by far.) government is the only sane system i for Leth bridge. Everyone who makes any study cf the subject must come to tnat conclusion. Crow Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- ion Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Pec- pies Drag Store. Co., JL W. Hamilton. Ptncner J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. B. Seal Cranbrook, B, Atchlsoc, L. RelcecXe. Grassy Taighaiu, Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vanccuvsr, B, Wiue News Co. Brown SIS 4-h St. Also on all C. P. R. The Board of Trade is doing well come through the year with an Dreak financially. It has done a lot! of good work with the .means at its One Way of Killing 'Em had besought the pharmaceutical to give him something with 3 might kill moths, and the pharmaceutical -chemist" had supplied .him with camphor balls; but the .next 'day be was back again, holding some _____ of the fragments of the balls in his nana. Canada is a. nation of big men.! Wherever her public men go thev loom I yez th-e. same mao j up large in comparison with the 6m tblngs to me lie men of other nations, both within and without the Empire. FOR SALE j aether it be iu functions or nego- "I replied the pharmaceutical caemist. composedly. "What's wrong with "Phwat's wrong" iaston, the irate purchaser, ..Tbe or Otrawa, Canada's public men are recognised as among the ablest and cleverest. ighow me the J wid a single wan av thim, I'll he ornimints an' look .THE PURIFICATION OF WATER rpHE PURIFICATION of water should be rubbed into a. teacup Grassy Lake proposes to seek incor- i jjporation as a town. That is the pro-; per system. Incorporation helps aj rown a whole lot in making the pro-i gress it should make. glass me an? the missus broke." Tiiree good men giving their whole the prevention of typhoid fever vaTer- This, solution should be always' matters-of the cupfnls of vvater, nme, and attention to the most importance In. anr place, and aaa a teaspoonfta of the whole quan- j government of this city, can do more particularly in small towns and vil- tjry sllouia be added to gal- aiKl do taan." a dozen d ion. pail -of drinking water. This will THROUGH THE BLUE GOGGLES where waterworks systems w iuis men WQo are the fag end Qf v, water Dronerlv nuered chiorine i their and attention to wausr i0 propeny mteied. .and; lo a suliion parts of water and will in j_____ j cot in operation. To the! ten minutes destroy all typhoid and! Hon c R Mitchell followed a wise'lion communities of the West this is {colon or other dysentery pro-jcourse for pu-D- m Ia 50 x 125 Argyle, near Westminster, 69-x 225 on Bompas and Cavanah Ave. A splendid building site for four nice up-to-date houses. Terms easy 2 lots Ernest and Charles, a snap for cash 8 room fully modern house on Ernest between Red- path and Dufferin, easy terms i Freeman MacLeod Go. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 q rter and a mil' j over .Dr. J. w. S. ilcCuUough, -chief I rapWHy disappear. health officer for the province of On- j method of purification has :taflo Has issued a circular giving a very simple method of purifying wa- ter and killing the typhiod bacilli. IB. the circular .he says: "A .level ul of chloride of tested with Toronto 5ay water ianoculated with millions of bacteria, germ has been destroyed, and it has been unnecessary to boil the water.' X THE CONSERVATIVE-NATIONALIST COMBINATION CONSERVATIVE party fa} unpatriotic -movement. By the East is reported as ibeiag jubilant the result of the taking f this action tfiey nave declared against j Canada's taking any share in the de- 'bye-election in Drummond-Arthabas- rence of the Empire. Their action. ca. Tney .evidently see in it the acd tte Con-ltney accuse him of not being British party lent itself to it. This [enough, of working for the separa- Blan-V of from the Empire and i of catering to the sentiment of the peo- oly of the patriotism They "nare sacrificed to possess the monop- the nation, tneir position, porary party advantage. Bourassa's agitation aims at fostering and devel- oping Hatred for Great Britain and the British connection, and the Con- party jointd itself to this pie or Quebec in their opposition to. to the defence of the are be-! yond reconciliation, and if persisted! in will mean the ruin of the party. I They are sowing to the wind and win i reap the wtilrwind. There is no other! outcome possible. Hasty Words, For Instance (Washington Post) If the right of recall could only be ley market, it is difficult to say. We in course, like to ic was the" former. In any case, i the successful bidders were out after j the issue and paid a price about which ithe city has just cause to feel a wee bit proud. After all has been said and done made to apply to some oiher regard to the proposed installation besides unsatisfactory officials, an eighty thousand dollar sewage would save a lot of embarassment. disposal plant, has any analysis of the _-------- 'water in -the Belly River, where it This Is True passes the towns below the city that (Toronto News) :have suffered so much, from typhoid A judge in Connecticut was seized j fever, ever been taken? Taking into with a fit of laughter, and, in conse- j consideration the interminable wind- quence, is very ill. He has himself'----- to blame. No judge ever laugos at any joke but his own. Side Lights THE -DRUMMOND-ARTHA3ASCA ELECTION DEFEAT of the government X candidate In Drummond-Artha- Wishing and Wings !l wish I sail in an aeroplane, I am wishing once again. somehow I -can't hejp but of the river, it is a good many down to the nearest of those, jrowns. Diamond City or Royal View, j j Ty-pnoid fever is a very prevalent dis-. in small prairie towns that have! no sewage disposal worirs of their jown. and whose water supply passes "tnrcugh open wooden -tanks situated j near-filth and -rub'Oish. It is just j possible -that analysis may show that i the typhoid epidemics have no con- nection whatever with Lethbridse's Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 ,'basca, Quftoec, came .as a sur- to mt a distance and pos- sibly to those who were closer by and ibetter opportunity of knowing the political reeling. This riding has been Liberal since 1877, and never vhas been known to go Conservative be- rore, except when it refused to re- turn Sir Wilfrid Laurier when he was cnosen by Hon. Alexander Mackenzie as a cabinet minister, forcing him to to Quebec-East to be elected. With Liberal traditions, the vote in the riding la all the greater surprise. But the defeat will cause the people of Canada to esteem Sir Wilfrid Laur- .ler.even more highly than they would if the government had carried the el- ection. The result shows that in spite of the feeling in Quebec, the premier's country. It shows that he is the men-bird life and the biplane j Eewase. .Alore surprising things than and determined in what he rtgnt, even though he knew that (To wish like this I know is wrong.) own province against the 'building of a Canadian navy, he preferred to do he thought was the right and he would be opposed in it -by the pro- vince from which he has always "de- rived a large measure of support it snows that Sir Wilfrid Laurier is big enough and patriotic enough to rise above party-exigencies for the sake of what Jie believes to be right. The result of the bye-election in Drum- monc-Arthapasca has made Laurier stronger than ever outside of Quebec. In considering the result of the el- ection., the nature of the campaign carried on Bourassa and his fellow nationalists must bs remembered The inhabitants were told that they would torn- from their families and compelled fight the roreign seas, and the tnis have happened .before. 1 wish J could fly through the air, then! One hundred and six thousand dol- soar- i Jars' worth, of taxes out of a toiai levy (I'm wishing the same old thing once of about one hundred and -twenty thou- more.) My name I'd write on hist'ries page As the fearless wonder of the age. (But here I sit in an office cags.) BUY CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at your own price at our AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY S. H. MANUFACTURING JEWELER-DIAMOND SETTER-WATtH REPAIRING AND HAND ENGRAVING" A SPECIALTY PHONE 494 Empire adoption to in of policy con- patriotic thing, it has always been known that the people of Quebec, par- ticularly the French-speaking portion of the population, were opposed to the naval programme, although it must be admitted that it -was not thought that the feeling was so strong as it has .proved. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues knew this better than anybody else, yet they stuck to their policy which they believed to be la .the best interests of the nation and the .Empire. While this position is unpopular in j Quebec, there is no doubt -but what it is popular .in other parts of Canada, sir Wilfrid's defeat among his own people in his own province will make him all the stronger in the rest of, really means. the government's naval meant the adoption of scription to .get men to man the navy They were told of heavy levies of tax- es to be made to build and maintain the navy. The people were led to be- lieve that their lives and their proper- ty would be sacrificed to keep up the navy. They were told that the navy Proposition was .a plot of the English People to reduce and if possible e- termmate the French race by having Empire's battles. are bound to have a great deal of influence among the un- learned and prejudiced habitant, and the result of Thursday's vote can be largely laid to these unwarranted and utterly false statements. Such appeals will not last iontt however. The government now sort of campaign it has to face and win take steps to enlighten people as to what the navaf" policy TUCK'S SAMPLE BOOK CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS RECEIVED TODAY THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stora Acadia Block, Redpath Day and Night Phone 55i" Night Sell Picture sand dollars, paid in time to secure the ten per cent, discount. Isn't that going some? Might be- a good idea to send this information by letter gram to the Edmonton and Moose Jaw boards of trade. Doesn't it look- as if Southern Alberta's much adver- tised off crop year has left any ili .ef- rects, does it? Some one has been writing to the tierald under" a xtom de plume cerning that eternal men's hats. It is not a subject, per- haps, for this column, but as my ex- i; cuse, I may say that I .have an ink- an the man behind the nom de plume happens to be an alderman who last Sunday for the iirst time in many moons attend- jeri church. He was moved to write concerning the removal of ladies' hats) in church. Will some one please say! i what the ladies are going to do with their 'hats if they do remove them'.' it is not such a simple question as it seems. There is more behind it than at first appears. Unless the size of ths modern hat is by decree reduced., the space between pews will have to be extended if the ladies are to be made to doff their headgear, and men i to accommodate a given congrega- tion the churches will have to be en- larged, and to enlarge the churches more money will have to be obtained from the congregations, and so on 'ad intmitum." One would have thought an alderman would have realized all before lie dared broach the" sub- SPECTATOR. Warehouse and Offices are now 1st Avenue South We are carrying larger and additional lines of .stocks in Blacksmiths3, Builders7 and General Contractors' Supplies. 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 10 acres level fruit land, partly improved, small one 2 nice level lots in good location la the North Ward. Price 517S each, on goon terms PHONE 142i GALV1N-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;