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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDbE DAILY HERALD H 1 II l Published by'the Letlibridffe-Herald-PuWishinj: Co., Ltd., evecy lawful- tvcrieg-at ;tscificc, Crabb street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada A, BLtJllAlsAN, MANAGING LIKLCTOK AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportoriaj, News Dept an 4 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jcb. Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES l year, delivered 6 Cioafhs, S months, l month, delivered.......35 c Addresses chained as often as desired, but both addresses must be s I year, by mail S3.0H 6 months, by mall ......11.75 3 mouths, by maO .......Sac and old WEEKLY 'HERALD Published every Wednesday in'e'ight'or'more paaes, and a suiamarys of the news oi the week, Jocal and district. 1 year, in 3 months, ju advance___50c 6 months, in iXivanciS i...75c Kicftardson they should find a seat is Saskatchewan, so is British. Coluin not yuite so close to Joo Martin. They bia. Air. Knight i? at the head of a are too much alike to live peaceably great industry, a clean, industry that together and-there would soon be trou- beueiits every man. woman and child ble in the camp. ln the, territory which it affects. Let hope for labor will be 1 lie Dry Farming Congress for Leth -in and the Dominion Ex- hibition for Edmonton in 1913. These two would be two good stunts for the! province, and all Alberta should work' to get both. The Montana authorities" have the satisfaction-of knowing that they have stopped the-Canadians" fun- of a -buf-j falo hunt, even if though tJiev could Wednesday, November echoed by every' paper in "the" prov- ince. He merits the support of Side Lights From Other Sanctums- Cross Drug 4. BooK Store. J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ple s Drug Srore. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J, Mitchell, D. L. 'SIcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. ils, B. Seal THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE-AT Crsnfarook, B. Atchisofi. K Relnectce. Grassy Tugham, Diamond D'Arc's Drug. Store. M-Xortham .t Vancouver, S. Wide. .News Co. Brown 21S ,4th St. Also on air C. P. R. trains. No Easy Snap for Him (Calgary Albertan.} And now one Charles Magrath, Jack Johnson was talking to a New l ork-sporting'-editor about game fight- he said, Tommy Burns was at all as g, Sydney, "in one of the later -rounds at Syd ney, when.l was punishing Burns pret- ty bad, a .'backer yelled: 'Brace up, Tommy, old and stop some of them blows J' 'Stop said Burns. 'Do you see any of 'em getting A deputation cf three soldiers: once came to the late Dr.. Lueger-to make IES MORE AGRICULTURA'd SO'CIE iE GRASS r LAKE PILOT and. Detter means of getting the people the Carmangay San are both j together to know' other, and "to sometime politician; in Alberta, .is placing a chip upon 'his shoulder, in a very tautalzmg manner and invit- r.-jra is 'rda- do if the. Kaiser commanded you "to more than possible that Mr." Magrath will get his full of the fight'when the so far ume comes, for it.- and shoot the FOR SALE 50 x 125 ft. on London Road, Block 128, Four lots, 34 x 112 1-2 ft, two facing south on Bom- pas and two north on Cavanah. Biggest snap ever ottered. Apply at our office for prices and terms 8 room modern house on Ernest Street. Easy terms 100 Street, between Bompas and rm. Price and terms on application Freeman MacLeod Go. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 "I would shoot: said'the" sol- dier. exclaimed Dr. Lueger, "andjj what is your "I ani a Prctestnat" Dr. Lueger spoke to the second.sol- I tvf LiiC M! Ltd i HP advocating the organization their accomplishments, than way and Irrigation Company.'' At the soldier iltural societies in their hi- nf raif a A Cai! for-Labor (Alberta Tiie members -of the- -t'astern British Columbia Press As-jaier: relation enjoyed.: _-excellent "What Lethbridge to the Knight f commanded Sugar factory at Raymond, on, October I 21. as the guests of the Alberta.Rail-! "Then-I would shoot ,you do If-the Kaiser you'to shoot the -bureo- --.j-.------------ uici.ii juimiiuuii v.ompan- -it tn0 agricultural societies in their cominun- j by. means of a fair. A fair Increases sugar factory they 'were hospitably re-1 ities. By so doing, they show that-the -booster spirit, and the confidence i ceived by Superintendent ana! .they have an eye to the best interests iu-the resources of the country. Thel-'Ur. Ray Knight. of the communities. A fall fair is one j Sun and Pilot-'sao-iila KWU up cueirj fsetoiy gavIAXY years in the wil- the' Denioerats have en- d the promised land. In ght his own, but in addition to a un- itea but you can see the predicament in You have con- vincing proof before your eyes at this moment. Bring us labor to handle what we are you." will aid us more than you -can in any oth- er way. Alberta extends open arms the eiHcli: terday 1.2 e a host or signal vie- tories, and alrssdy -tliey are counting on a Democratic president'in .'1912, uemocratc -party, and general to every man who is willing to work feeling over the high, cost and offers him a liberal -return for ii--.iil across taa iine lining and -differences about The wolf will never hover tarin; he had to face the antagonism i around the home of an industrious .of the -old machine element of the iri this province. All Alberta party. He will be blamed Ineeds is men." (Cheers.) I result by the standpatters but. j There inrtke words! a BoinocraUc Congress at once. t to those who have kept in touch ?-Ir- KnighL They were uttered by) The Eastern states seem to abandoned the Uepablicans, for New .Masniicliuseus and Connect! teuuencies ot the K'epublzcan cut, have selected Democratic govern- 'will be conceded that Roosevelt "has -lfle man ors. The high tari-T, denounced -a service': to his'partv and the agricultural West and Middle j and" he will hold rank as the west, and defended in the industrial {rnenfi of. the common people. Jfast, has met its Waterloo in its own The re-election of Governor Harmon of wife, went in to .'jVir. "-Mr. he said, isj twelve'huntliea: a week from-now us or we quit right now." l "Twelve hundred, Fields-ask- ed with interest. "Yes, sir, twelve hundred a week or we quit and go out on the big time in the Morris circuit." "Well, said Fields, "I think an awful lot of your wife's but, -I don't think she is worth eleven nun-1 dred and seventy-five dollars a'week to me." down and a month Without Interest and Without axes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 113 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 FAME'S Miss Margaret PATHWAY Rutherford, is willing to -work. So stamping ground. On the -other hand, in CHiio, and- -the election of Wood- the Republicans, but not the standpat- row Wilson, "late president of Prince- ters, held their own in the West. [ton University, as governor of Xew The election of Dix in New York j Jersey, at ones plsce these in the van- State, will be interpreted as the down-! guard of Democratic possible-ties for fall of Theodore Roosevelt, -but presidency. woodrow late president's friends will not ac- j bears ail- the earmarks of a great cept any such conclusion. Roosevelt: statesman, and he, at this moment certainly dictated the Republican nomj would appear to be the Inevitable no-1 ination in New York and he made the Democrats in 1912. OUR POINT OF VIEW Jtsass wins in New Hampshire. That is a popular kind of fish. oyster Bay went back on Roosevelt and -its name will be immeaiately to Lobsterville. Joe Cannon came back. Illinois seems on grafters. to place high value Tener is elected in Pennsylvania and estimates are now in order as to how many teners i-t cost him to win. It was a bad day for Teddy. To-morrow is the last day to see tnat your name is on the voters' list. .Last chance. parts of the Empire to" the scene of the ceremony. The Conservatives ;of Alberta will have ,a task choosing a leader, accord- ing to the political following he has. rery man, from all appearances, is his own leader. A girl and- an old man eloped on a mule. When they onlook- ers no doubt wondered will meet when "they It's a good guess that the commis- sion on the A. and G. W. win-not re port that the deal was a business-like! i transaction and: creditable to the pro- vince. To-morrow the cat "will be out of -he .report of the A. and G. (vv. Commission will be presented If the new derrick the City Council purchased is as valuable as the ex- Bob Richarason has been offered a e epTaS a P cy next to Joe .Martin. There would u ,nn, ibe that part of old Lon- lt looks as taough ttc City Council j cion if he should be elected really intended to cio something to- _____ lhQ "deaacncss the! O'Brien says T. P. O'Connor ..itepayoij, On tco- ccmmwsJon form does not count for much.. What T-v ot aaaicirai twnjcs of Bill evidently he doe's worth while mentioning. 111 Oue of the blessings or Coron_ tipn will be the caeap rates frora all i if the British Liberals want R. L. CHRISTMAS falls on 25th' December this Xot yet, but 'soon, some back-easter will be daily tell- ing you in a Sleepy Hollow, yawning tone of'ad.'liow many more days there are to Christ- mas. Don't busy NOW! by choosing- the BEST CALENDARS' from the "BEST, selection, in the BEST Santa Glaus store in the BEST city of the BEST district in the BEST province of the SEST 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 undernbted, and -we intend to talk Christ- mas business from now .until we stop. WATCH US' CKOW! THE RED CROSS DKUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stort Acadia Slock, Red path St.' Day ana (vignt Pnonc Nignt Self Dltptnter picture Framer. Her illness is ngt serious. H ;auntr Airs. Frederick C. Havemeyer. said that she was 'getting alons nice- iy." This is likely to be her .winter. She has been finishing abroad with i-Tench schooling, presentation at the ttriiish court, and entertainments at houses in G-ennany, France, England! and Scotland, She is twenty years old j Mrs. Marion Leroy Burton; .wife.-of the lately inaugurated president of j smith's College, is a perfect- type of' uie president's wife. She is very .in- tellectual herself, and deeply inte'rest- ed in ail things educational. Butj en before all she is devoted in the highest degree to her talented hus- Uanci. And he in turn is as devoted to her as when -he -courted her years ago. She is already very poular with the girls of the college, for she enters! into their scholastic, "social and ath- letic lite. THE P mclier City is In Cornwall 500 rabbits are often trapped in a week out of the deep .hedges surrounding the fields. Trap- I pers will sometimes pay ?15 and more tor permission to kill rabbits over a moderate-sized farm during a single week. NEW. RAILWAY CENTRE past tHe experimental stage. It is incorporated and hag good stores., school, church, hotel livery barns, coal yards, lumber yards, elevators, sidewalks, etc. The building of the railways and the rapid development- of the surrounding country is Bound; to have an immediate effect on its growth which will more than doubl e present prices of Pincher City pro- perty. JSTow is tke time to invest so' as to get the benefit of the advance in prices. Invest now, as the prices will b e advanced in a short time. GALVIN-HATFI OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block Phone 1425 Lethbridge, Alta. 1 arch to-day. He says they had quite j try driving the distance with one horse a fall Of SHOW last. WedTlftRrtflV nn >iic- on his way. to the Red Deer country fall of snow last Wednesday night. -Mr. A. Whitney has got all his naar- vi w. AnUU. -LJCA L ter section broken, north of the Kipp came out from Lethbridge on Geo. Shirel McDonald News of District j KJPP NOTES j On Sunday morning a fine, big baby was born at -the home of Mr. and H. Fuller. Both doing well. -Miss M. Anderson of Milk Paver spent the week end with Miss Sessle j. H. Watson spent Friday niKhr. visiting friends in Lethbridge. G. Sannders. of Lethbri-dge Col- has returned from a business trip irom Winnipeg. He reports crops have been good around Mani- toba this year. Mr. Lock-hart, manager or 'the was down from Mon- i The Farmers' Union have got in a large supply of potatoes. air. Hamilton, the late parson of Kolling Kills, has returned from a trip ninety miles north of here, and re- ports that breaking has been stopped on account of the frost. it is .reported that the C. P. R. are selling lots every day on their new townsite, so.we may look for a large town pretty soon. Mr. Harvey Fuller had a narrow es cape with a horse at the station last Monday. Mr. Mills, of the Pioneer Lumber uo., is still doing a large business. Mr. Harvey Bell is going for a trip to the Old Country this winter. Reggie fridge. A landseeker SWEET VA_LEY Taylor is visiting in Leth- from Missouri trav- G. A. Kolden returned from the ditch on Saturday. Miss. Erickson is on the sick list, al- so 0. -Mrs. Holden and son Clyde are bus- iness visitors at Barons this week. Jack Ssbeck and -family are Car- mangay visitors this week. Louie Olson arrived on his home- stead this week. Mrs. Bunting is back from a visit in Spokane. Gordon Elliott made a trip to Bow City first of the week. Mr. Parsons, a brother of Mrs. Geo. nriey, sr., visited here over Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. Geo. Shirley accompan- 'ed him bacTj to Lethbridge. days wita Mrs. H. Dufty, while Mr. Uul'ty is a business visitor in Carman- gay. Guy Paulson is working at Stafford mines. NEWS FROM 2-15 Rev. A. Clemens and family were calling on Wm. Kinders on Thursday. Aiphonse Mulier. of Minnesota, is visiting Ms brother.' Felix, whose homestead is on Section: 12, this town- ship. Mrs. Frank Smith was pleasantly re memnered by friends last it being her birthday. Several from this township have re- cently taken out their naturalization .pers, and we will 'have 'quite a num- ber ot voters when election day comes round. Kev. Clemens 'adddress on m uii Mrs, Turner Sweet Valley vis- on .Sunday afternoon was quite on Tuesday. jesting and instructive, being illus- 'trated by working models of doors. Felix Aiphonse 'and Mr. and Mrs. Gniae Mniler were visiting. Mr. and' Jack Leonard, Clyde Holden and sister Alta were visitors'at Paulson's Hallowe'en-. one, tMs .art ,Wj..L Iticlteit spendios a fw ;