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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Tuesday, November position to -Mr. .Magra'th. If they gages and loans to merchants and I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD eSTABl_ieH HID DECEMBER 19OV PnblisheGuby the Letbbridge Herald Publishing Co.., Ltd.. every lawful cvenstiiF at its office, Alberta, Canada jbiKsCTOK AND EDITOR PHONE: if. "-Advertising Circulation and Job. Reportorlal, and News Dept DAILY-SUBSCRIPTION RATES 53.00 by. mall oVnionths. by laail maU .bat old ..VS4.00 6 months, delivered 3 months, delivered S1..00 "1 niQEth. delivered "Addresses ofiej addresses must be sivea. i......WEEKLY: HERALD" Pnolisted every Wednesday in, eigiit-or more pases, andx suuiinarys of. the news of the, week; local an'd district. :Iycarl in'advance-------Sl.50 t.. v3.months; io advance fr nioutiis, in ,...75c J THE DAILY .HERALD.FOR SALE AT should do'so, he will have no one to Blame but himself, challenge. He issued the The challenge or C. A...Magrath tc i tight Sir Wilfrid JLaurier reads like a bush camp. champion's challenge to jack Johnson. inanuiacturers; Funds have teen diverted from, the certainties of mortgages and loans to the speculative possibilities of high nnance. This diversion is blamed .for the local tendency to raise the interest tax on borrowers who can ot'i'er notiv ing more attractive, than first mort- gages or commercial and industrial To-night there will be a great many paper as security for loans, cisappoimed people ia Uncle Sam's Very Much Alive (Claresholni Review.) -Malcolm AicKenzie, -tt. is now ia a posJtion tc laugh, -at those, who wrote biographical sketches in anti- cipation or his demise. He was a sicit man, but showed them how to recov coniains. The eyes of the world to-day are on ..New YorK State to see" what is going to happen to Theodore Roosevelt. Ev erytning else is smali bessde that. I It is safe wagering that the Demo Icrats will make "substantial gains er is still in the prime in the American elections tc- Ol llfe and. w311 sbow Ws feilow citi' day. The chances seem to be good foi jzen a gT at doin with.- (rest cure. loudly discussing some the -Lambs .stepped looked "it rnme .Minister for a longer period, al Jtnem and thens retreated to the'' club's together, but there 'was aii Important iateltor.- to ttte telephone] gap. Wilfrid L-aiirier has and 'called up-. r.WUliam Muldoon, the r.-Tait, did not win for himself the j out a break. -And-.tHe length- of- his saIdNhe "I t jaEnlisisstic'admfration of the lowei lerm of has 'EOt been a rest: reriow I've been'hittin1- ia'.polWcs by. the processes a? most, significant feature ;lt-up, i, didn't'.think iVaS :er.u.years, there bad large fie- jMpptedi-for fie.was attacked from.thir ms service. His rule has b.een _re-itnat Whars tile ricit. and the. prospect .seemingly But he had the approval marttable m a victor Herbert-standing'in .w '...._______._ _ __ _ r'hora.-'ToT nf thA riiR- no suggestion of any better ever obtaining. -Bnt -fay applying new methods and business principles to this-' government-owned roa-d, Mr.- Tait sue- in effecting a practically un-' .looted for.reform. First, the chase? Between income and outgo began to grow smaller, and finadly a very all the better pnblic men, the men whc of the -s desired public" property -to be- managed bis premiership-even-more jseltv tjuarreling with him- the public'interest this "reason, his resignation with a'view-to-his departure from Aus- the occasion of very tdndly expressions towards him by leading statesmen and by the press Tait while maaag :.tflan -the length service.. .some balance .was scored. Last year, f ing the government roads carries the year ending June 30, 1910, the Vic- j it a lesson in public ownership. .a torian Railways, after' paying all ex- i piiblici'y-ownedt" property may -be ..penses had a. surplus of three-ciuartern j good thing or a bad thing, accordini; of a million dollars. In the sevec i-to the1 conditions under which it is di Mean Dear Does the Merger Craze Money? (Toronto Telegram.) A beggarly five'per cent, "first- On one of his- frequent trips to Eu- rope, the New engaged "an Englishman, who came highly recommended, as an editorial writer- The Englishman went to see Tears'preceding'Mr.' Tait's manage- ment, the'government lost in the op- erating of the .railroad IE round figures. During the Tait reg ime the situation has .been reversed. rected. If "poorly managed it is ai evil- If-well'managed it will have called it into exist- ence, and it cannot be well managed unless-it is "divorced from politics. GEORGE E. FOSTER .DOWN- OUT 13U.KGE E. FOSTER has atiiers were some fighters in then ed that he has come back in jaay- more ways than merely by re- I Tte PaitF made a good stab at get- turning in iiis physical body from the jting-rid'or him when they did not en hot springs. He announced to his hira'fo keep up his fight with L-onservatire Iriends (apparenUv) Md be" pied the acnon to prove that the Globe that .back in noeie'cf him .in; making certain .state class mortgages and higher .rates publisher at Nice, and satisfactory! gut-eased commercial arrangements were made. As the returns look small -f-ompared to the; englishman was leaving, toe publish- aivwends promised on merger- securit- er Caiied to his secretary..' By IBS plus the earnings of "the -.bonus I tne StOCK. Critics charge -with, pro- the over prod action of merger bonds and STOCKS. '1'he multiplication of 'these securities'is said to absorb j runds that would otherwise be- avail- jet Mr. So-and-so the back .Die ror mort- [.copies of the paper for three, or four weeks and give them to him." "What for, may i ask'.'" inquired the H-'nglisiiman stiffly. replied tne publisher, you may read them and -get a know- of meets regarding his public career did they .'not come to. his assist jieaim. strengthened in spirit, feeling titter than ever before. I received a he "from-the people money for him tcj of North Toronto in 1904. It was re-! riewed in 1908. and it still runs. And mat is the man, the .U.V. iij.v TJU.I- vi ice--., f iioL enueavor ic- have friendly, but pretty l'irm_in keep, Hfcn_cl_ear of the accusation? j rview w'ith him." against "him? If they coiil Americans do not have the.-) A study of the cbarts the Herald haf jjay until after tha_ ycsiercnv stipws how plain, simple Half of the people can be j and democratic the straight comjuis anyway. svsiein is, compared with the pro i_sent form of municipal government A lawyer has started :ITJ oE rinding Belle Elmore. tfUti will found in the next week or .so in u score or more of places. study them carefully and see.. Tliio! So C. A. Magrath thinks Sir Vv'ilt'ri. would. be easy picking in Medicim aat. Sasneni, papers will, now be I 01 of changes in the tariff, re- j .TaKin'g' up tne dare given by C. A and ail that j .Magrath, the Liberals or this constit w-ii gather from thcj.uency may- prevail upon Sir Wilfrif, tv.iiutie1 of Fleiains's eye, the non-com j Laurier to bev their candidate in op falls on 25th December this ear. Not yet; but soon, some back-easfer will be .daily tel.'- ing you in a Sleepy Hollow, yawning tone ot "ad: how pany more days there are to Christ- mas. Don't busy NOW! by choosing the BEST CALENDARS from the BEST selection.' in the BEST Santa Claus store in the BEST city of the BEST district in the'BEST province of rhe BEST Dominion in the BEST Empire "of the BEST world you ever saw. THE GOODS ARE TUCK'S _. (Every line cf their goods) The place is as undemoted, and we intend to talk Christ- mas business from now .until we stop. VTATCH: us CROW! THE RED CROSS BOOS CO.- Safe Satisfactory Drug Acacis BIQCK, Rcdpath St. Day. ana Nigrtt-Phone 65S Night Bell Picture Franker. iedge of our st.yle and manner1 I treating questions, and so forth.-" j "No, replied the Englishman; 1 i "I'll write for your paper, but I'll be (Ihanged if I'll read "Here's to You, (Chicago Post) irisbmen mean much to this coun- jiry. Just what they mean is hard to say. Ireland is a paradox among na" tions, and the Irishman a puzzle among men. in facr, Ireland is no nation .at all; it is, like Boston, a state ot. mind. Likewise it is not living in Ireland that maKes a man Irish, but it is belong- ing to a certain psychological type. To call him a Celt is an attempt to seem wise, it is a dim, anthropological subterfuge. Hs is no more Celt than .-our modern John, Bull is Saxon, wdich is not at all The only way to team what an Irishman is, if "you want to know, is to eat with him with him. In tlie Public Eye j WARREW G. KA8DJNG I Warren G. Harding, the Republican candidate for governor of Ohfo in the week, was born fn Mor- row County, Ohio, Nov. 2, 1SS5. He received his early education in the public schools of Ohio, and then enter, 'ed Ohio Central College, from ne graduated in 1SS2. After teaching school for a short time he began -read- ing law, which he abandoned for jour naiism. in 18S4 he became editor of a newspaper in Marion, "Ohio, and a i'ew months later he became proprietor of the paper, which by his energy- and tntcrprise he succeeded in making one of lire' lending Republican' organs in bis section of the State. Though' act- ively interested in politics, r._ Hard- ing never held office-until 1905, in' winch year he was elected lieutenant governor of .Ohio on the Republican J ticket headed by Myron T. .00 and a month Without Interest and Without -Taxes LOO PERlOT For full or address- r O. Box 1979 Suite 1 IS Sherlock Building Phone 1291 at your own price at our AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY H. Roseborough .MANUFACTURING" D-fAMOND WATCH REPAIRING AND HAND ENGRAVING A. SPECIALTY -PHONE 494 ;ni Canada Agency, Warehouse and Offices are now 1st Avenue South We are carrying larger and additional lines of stocks Blacksmiths', Builders' 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 DAILY ;