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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, November RIDGE DAltY HERALD Published by the Herald PnSHshing: Co., Ltd., every CTCMEjr at its office, Crabb Street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. MANAGING IHBECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, deli vered 54.00 year, by mail t ji'oiithsv delivered J 'S- 'ziioiitcs. delivered 6 months, by mall 1 delivered I 3 by maii Add --esses changed as or'ten as desired, bur both, new and old must i? 53.00 >1.75 85c WEEKLY HERALD Published. every Wednesday Ja eight or more pages, and concaina s summary 5 of the 'news o't the week, local ana district. l year, in advance .3 months; in advance .50c 6 mouths, in .yivance ____ 75c j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT FIR E The oldest Insurance Office in the world A.ft. 1710 aUCENTENAKY Z910 HOME OFFICE: IONDON. ENGLAND Branch. Sun Toronto, B. M. KUckburn, so Debbie to; vote intelligently on matter; Cross Drug Book, Store, J. G. Robert- sou Co.. Johnston Jack-' Alexandra .-Hotel, Pea- Drusr Srore: Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B, Seal Cranfarook, B. C. Seattle Ciaresholm O. L. Relaecke. Grassy Tugham. Diamcnd City Dr. D'Arc's Drug Store. H. Northam Vancouver, 'S. C. World :Wide News Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown 215 4th 'St. Also on all C..P. R. trains. Study up-the Herald's- articles -on'to stretch his-legs, unscrewed ttie -top the commission form-ot government, of a -advancing- "on tip- toe, dusted grains of quinine the surface -tongue. .f resently the.uegro sucked his tongue back inside "his mouth" arid instantly arose with a start, and looked about him .wildly. he-said to the joker, "is, "Nope." kin tell mV whar I Kin tin' doctau right "What do you want with a "I'm sick." sic." "Do .you know what's the mat- ter with -Suttin'ly I "knows what's de mattah with gall's The man who .becomes Prime Min- ister or the Imperial Parliament of the Empire will be the greatest niim in the political world. -He -will be in y class by himseli-in the Bovver he wields. That steam saovel the :city has to dig treacles seems very partic- ular as to "'where it'works.' 'Sand and mud'are both objectionable" to "eat. E. Foster has icarried' his bluff as long as he" and has' de- cided to quit trying to proue that the uiobe's editor libelled lat- est action is wiser than bis first: The Chinese parliament'is -calie'd'to meet in lyio. That -will 'be -one of the greatest dates in modern ic comes to pass' as orderted.'. TA3ER IS PROGRESSIVE HE TABER Board .of Trade is j and no town is building: -wideawake, to the development j better than it has waterworks 'of the vast resources surround- .electric light, and there is strong. 'Ing that only a few taac ,gas wita such sufficient; [.ago that .a watertank marked what isjforc? to Hgnt.and heat the town will1 now one of the largest and most en-i be' found ere_ long. At the present terprising towns in Alberta., Coal imoment ,a -niagniiicent public school j it first into prominence andj1-5 Taber Board of Trade believes in paumg the best msri_ in the president- ial chair. R. H.-Anderson, the retiring president, a progressive young man. excellent and his- suc- cessor, George is, and al- ways has freen. a in the town, and is very, optimistic- as to its From" Other Sanctums tuture. Sid Envious ,of- Our Claim's (Fernie Free Press.) -The Leth-b'ridge Board' of Trade has issued a pamphlet pointing 'out, that city possesses material advantages of a high order, and winds with the assertion that they have the bluest sky, the -brightest sunshine and the purest water in the west. The Free Press is prepared to stand ror most anything except the .local brand of acqua pura taking second place in this glorious West, and is pre? pared to prove that the Lethbridge beverage is like unto the waters, of a swamp-hole filled with irog spawn compared with the product of-our Fairy Creek. 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 Freeman MacLeod Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 the early period of its history a village in the heart c erection, and it will rank asjame there Uves __ the Alberta, The it is that he" oncs had rvif-ti i i jpriae lt is tnat ne oncs nacs tne jjonor ever .houg-ht tnat the town would zf3 Oi-die town are optimistic, and jof maKi a of-trousers'for Bal- .iJave anjthins else to denpnd :iney have good reason to be. i jelse to depend -ave reason to be. The and for miles of Trade is. working all on miles in all directions the country {-time to 'further the interests of the' Mr. Oakes tfce Romancer (Claresholt> Review.) The Review has received a copy.of Tlie :he land'is beinj ed, and. good crops are cultiTa- No town has a' brighter future. 'the banquet held uh- other evening one .of tie best ever held in the I THE FEDERATION T -NOW" proba-ole, "that'some scheme for the feder- al government of .the British Em- OF THE EMPIRE pire .vis. being wor.ked. oui. which appeared in. the delights to teil! Press, of SL Paul, Minn lie distinguished j and, which has been commented on -by view purporting to bo tiie where Balzac was staying he found'one Fred M> 0afceSj him in the garden on a novel, t'arm near Barons. This worthy He was so busy that the tailor-waited tnat the crops are a failure that he in silence. Many sheets of -paper, was suHeren ifrom frost in' June covered with fine writing, lay around which killed several hens and that TJ.._Y, ojjicu. Bciciai iimis ana tni him. vHe; would .write a_ spelU then barren and d snies "tie 'rep'resen't-fstare" wildly about''himv-and' "lie .intert-ie- u-w A v i UJ.VI ijle -r Perhaps it would to har4tat'il as that a world .was, of stuff. f of "the Am- e c different federal. parliaments tOT Ws j-ericah papersf'so "'busy'-'.are'.TaejT'In There are no i i.way pf-work-j--TJ3e ,plPporu'on. of representation.! .ing out a practicable svstem. "Population absolutely, .none -should he Insurmountable I th consideratlon of locality he' 'aS ,-tarlorjrits and-the thousands of former Am- The proposal that will probablv or. other conditions. lmlsflfd h13 meafremeats' Then tej erican. farmers; who are ceive most favor is to have a number I Wlli a good deal of thought. t0' "work: i" Ilile Canadiaii prairies blossom, with federacies united into' one Empire! j good natured, smiled as the tailor i crying the Western States. 'Canada, spoke only .once, quite content to go on its own me-i said he, 'as the rirs "and -the thousands of former >ith a central Imperial government Jme a Canada, Australia, and United South Africa i already have their federal !of infs Problem will require states- torms of government; Scot- ;mansllip-' of -the highest order The land, wales and Ireland could form i antonomj; of the different mart's of the another, each part having a must be jealouslv guarded require a good deal of thought -__________ the mam difficult win De in! not ldea the -best.. answer to-the of the "inwpr- thoritms meant- la a fco -ia-i SIander and lies. The Review invar- rerrapt the novelist again "-to ask. lably tries to keep within the bounds 1 nave. The settlement MORNING down and 10.00 a Without Interest and Without Take PERIOT For full irifoririation, call or address P.O.Box 1979 Suite :115; Sherlock Building Phones 1291 However, he chanced "to meet a'ser-jof parliamentary language in vant on his way. out, and of .him in- 31. 'Balzac, meant ai SUa.rueu ;ave body corresponding to the prov--buc Provision must be ma'de that all ol I TiH II l-ia -L _ ___ ,De .one hannomous and closely ing public issues, but in" this case, we will have to resort to vigorous" Eng- legislature in the provinces Canada, Each legislature would .Empire. the purely local affairs, while Tie. bonds-that bind the diffe-ent parliament corresponding to the Parts of .the Empire together nowlre federal parliament of Canada would strong, and, it is believed, iStto- Bu? tholeT dmatterS t0 the a fedekton o lish to express our' opinion of Mr. responded the servant, "M.I Oakes, and accept full responsibility Balzac wants his-trousers made expressing the view that Fred'M out any openings-at the bottom, sojuakes is a liar. that he can sit and write without hav- ing to put on slippers." who is this Mr. Oakes who so sland- ers the Barons district, one of the most fertile in the .province. He came to The determining of the composition a governing body for the whole of the Imperial Parliament, pro-' greatest men. There Is reason to be- ?resfts more Men j-iieve it-can-be done. The men at the might- oe- elected by tte different na-j head of affairs in the Motherland anJ tions of the Empire, Canada, the great colonies are men big en- Soutn Africa, Zealand, i ough.' with breadth of vision and pro 1, Jamaica and the other Roundness pf conception to grasp the hoth sell-governing or de-1 situation and solve the problem it penaent, to represent them in the Im-Ws. it pre- SUPERVISION OF TRUST'COMPANIES' IS ari ever-Increasing de-i to- understand "the ques- JL -mand on the public that they is necessary to remember that' should be protected as far business of trust companies i possible in their investments. The as executor for estates shrewd -business man of estates, acting confidential' makes the necessary investigation m-jagent for the investing of to the affairs of any concern in whica corporation funds, acting as transfer; "he proposes to put any money. and registrar, acting a, trns the less experienced do not do so. j tee for bond issue., holding escrow ae-; ..They take for granted that etc. is as represented to be, or if they have! "The necessity, therefore for any, doubts or misgivings they are broad -powers in ihe charge- o' easily convinced that they are not well company is apparent but i" i" A At tU In the bright sunlight on a railroad j Alberta several months ago and' 'took station in Georgia slept a colored bro-1 over a farm from Mr. W. A. Cornwall [y with Ms mouth of this town. He was given every' ajar, and his long moist tongue rest- cnance to make good and in fact it ing on his chest like a pink plusb, neck-1 understood that Mr. Cornwall paid for' tie. A Northerner climbed, off a wain naif his seed and helped him in many ways. .Mr. Oakes made a failure of jf venture, and he .must not leel the thoughts of his are anything but compli- msntary as they and his tactics, why did .Mr. Oakes go across the 49th line before airing his views so jauntily? Those to whom he owed so much were not aware-that he was' lounded. this reason the general public The latest companies are demanding protection, proposal is that trust should be subject to a certain of supervision and regulation by pro- .governments of the Dominion. -rne genuine trust companies them- selves welcome the suggestion. rather unfair to the public at lareei taat in the name itself there is noth-j ing which differentiates the real; trust company from the real estate or! promotion business. course, the amount of paid up capital, subscribed capital and reserve, as well as the question of the exist- ence.; of a-_bond with the government decently R. Arnold, the general hor tne raithlul performance of its dut manager of the Dominion Trust are matters that are looked into Limited, expressed his opinion in by the shrewd business man. but less frequently even inquired about -by the taese words: "J am heartily in accord with some man of less experience. One'difficulty wkh the welcome reason- company business is that many: able-action, and I anticipate nothin concerns secure-imwrporation as-trust [else on port of.the'governrae'K 'companies who use the charter onlv ;u-6'r fea! 'estate or promotion Hnsiness, out do none of the essentials of a leg- itimate trust company. duch legislation will, as far as I can see. result-only in increased confl- uence on the part of the public in strictly rrust companies." OUR POiNT OF VIEW Just -three; daVs more to> get names the municipal voters' lists. on the curry. Heavy The Board of Trade deserves the thanks of the travelling public Tor per- the C. p. K. to put a through Taber doesn't do thirds by halves.] car Calgary, nrriv- 1 ins at at midnight in- nnn9t tlie falls on" 25th December this ear. Not yet, buf'sooh, some back-easter will' be daily tell- ing you In a" Sleepy Hollow, yawning tone of ad. howmany raore days there are to Christ- mas. Don't busy''NOTV: by -choosing the BEST CALENDARS from th-e BEST selection.' in the BEST Santa Glaus store In the BEST city of the BEST district in the BEST province uf the- BEST Dominion in the BEST Empire of the BEST world you ever saw. THE GOODS ABE TUCK'S (Every line of their goods) The place is as undemoted, and we intend to talk Christ- mas business from now .until we stop. WATCH US CROW! THE RED CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stora Acacsa tSiocK, Recpath St. Day ana Night Pnone 55S Mgnt Sell Picture going and feel aggrieved that: he at least-didn't -call and say good-by. Ur. JOaKes complains about the immigra- tion laws which do not allow anyon I tcr juggle with the customs authorit ies. Custom's laws are at times too r strictive if men are not disposed t jplay fair, and the Review hopes tha Oakes had some other "motive i rinding fault. i -Mr. Oakes and the American pres might just as well play fair. Southern Alberta had a crop failure this year ,So did Minnesota, Xorth Dakota, Wyo :mmg: Montana, Oregon, nearly all o Washington state and other state 'rared none too well. In fact thi "Great American desert" was up ag ainst it good and hard, and if the Pion eer Press wants the names the Re i j view can furnish them in -plenty o j men who didn't make enough off their j 1'a.rms in these stales to pay the thresh I ers' bill. It was a dry year.. A ven large area was caught. The former American farmers here know all ab- out conditions, in the old home states, and they are quite content to take taeir chances in Alberta. This war. the first dry year here in eighteen years, which isn't too bad a record. There is no depreciation, and the re" markabie verdure, under the condi- tions, has tended if anything to en- jhnnce prices. Every man to Alberta doesn't make a success of. j It. any more than does every man -who j goes to -Minnesota, or other states. ITftere are always failures, and Mr. i Frederick M. Oakes is conspicuous am- jong the failures. Going back home and lying- about the country doesn't' help in any offset'the'incap- 'aclty. r BUY CHRISTMAS PRESENT at your own price at our AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY H. Roseborough MANUFACTURING REPAIRING AND HAND-ENGRAVING RHONE 434 Western Canada Agency, Warehouse and Offices are now 1st Avenue South -We are. carrying larger and additional lines: of jstocks in Blacksmiths', Builders5 and ;General Contractors' Supplies.: We invite our customers to pay us a "visit of inspection when they are in the city. r Note change of address: L: lv V Phone 712 Phone 11 70 discoilmued 10 acres level fruit land, partly improved, small .house. 5 acres in clover. This is 0 the famous Okanagan fruit, district Pri I 2 nice level lots in good location in the North Ward. Price ?I7o" each, on good terms 1-2 section fine level land, all small house and bam 100 'acres in'fall Vl i, oni> 5 miles from Lethbridge. Price only per acre; :-4 cash; bal. to suit. This farm GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK PHONE 1425 ;