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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pa are 4 THE HEKALD Saltirdav.-.November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawfaJ its office, Oabb btreet, Lethbridge, Canada W-.-'.A.'.BUOHANAK, MANAGING JUIBECTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, RcportoriaJ, tntf News Dept PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Oepts. 1252 1 year, delivered 6 3 1. month, delivered DAILY-SUBSCRIPTION RATES l year, by 33.00 6 raonthSj by Z mouths, by maii .......8Sc 'charged as often as desired, bu; boUi SSTT and old addressee-must WEEKLY. HERALD "Publlsfced every 'Wednesday in eight or more pages, and suminarys of the news of tile wtek, local and district. 1 year. In advance Jl.50 3 moaUis, in .50c 6 months, in 75o j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Boob Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston. Jack- son, Alexandra Peo- ples Drug Store. .W. Hamilton. Pincher J. HitcbelL D. L. McCrea. Bros. Druj Jfe Book Co. Fernie, 3. Seal AtChisoc- li. Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc'a Drug Store. Medicine SI. Nprthara Vancouver, 8. Wide News Co. Browa Also on all C. P. R, trains. From Otiier Sanctums Royal Commission Rtport province. The.pubUc the and asb'tiky of and awaltsi. govern- ment with patience and confidence. THE INDEPENDENCE OF ROBER T PATTERSON INTDEPE-NiDENCE of Robert :J_ Patterson, member for the el- eltorai district of Macleod, bas already.- OHe.is -now a full- UeGged Conservative, accepted at tneir convention, introduced'to-the leg -isiature.- by .the .leader of the Conser- predicted that it would come sooner or later. Mr, Patterson's triends in tne election scouted the idea of a man Detag independent -within his party, as Mr. Maunsell professed to be. and wanted a man who was an out and out independent. Taey thought they had The report of the Royal Commission appointed to investigate the A. G. transaction is a clear and lull his- tory-of the-case, and the finding 01' the majority of the commission, is log- ical, lucid and satisfactory. This de- cision is pre'tty much the same at wnioh unprejudiced citizens taking an interest in the case, had already ar- rived. The transaction was suspic- ious and understanding, but the evidence did nor show any wrong do- ing by any member of the government i or any member parliament. The I not called upon to pass upon ib'e merits of the case, they cannot avoid gmn-g ihe op- inion upon every page that the rans- action was unbusinesslike, and that two members of the admini-stratiou acted in a most unseemly way and did not properly protect the interest of the province. Though Mr Justice Seek, in his minority report, b-as'whiie washed the -late Rutherford govern- ment, yet he cannot avoi-d expressing j tne opinion also, that in some vital respects, the transaction was very un- businesslike and reflected no credit upon the sagacity-of the representa- tives of the government. T3ie couiunsaioners seem to be un- animous that the agreement was un- businesslike, though .they differ some- what in degree. The majority of the commissioners the fact were sufficient to justify suspicion. Une commissioner ran see no ground "or suspicion at all. The public will concur in the finding of the majority. All the commissioners, on the other i I Side Lights i _ One of the teachers of the second- ary schools is telling a story which nappened in an ancient history cla.58 tlie other day. 'Who was the teacher ask- ed. 'A giant who was supposed to sup- port the answered the child. 'Oh, he supported 'the world, did her ma'am.7 'Weil, who supported The scholar was nonplussed for a moment, but after a little thought said: 'I guess he must have married a rich Aa old darkey servant, devoted to General Jackson, waited on him in the" general's last hours. Right after the general's death, a preacher asked Has- tus if he thought Jackson would go to heaven. 'I doan know, boss, ef 'e'H go foah sure, but he can ef he wants re- plied the darkey. Proudly young Tompkius displayed the sisJirs of London to his- uncle iresa from the verdant country. They visited St. Paul's and the Embank- ment, and the National Gallery, and si} the places they could get in free; and, finally, as an especial treat. tney visited a music nail, where a trombone j solo was in progress when they enter- agree that though the lacts were! suspicious, they were not sufficiently J conclusive to warrant ihem in finding' I U'ith rapfc. attention the old man watcned the instrumentalist's facial contortions. At the close the audi-j ,__.. w e aDDJauded.thunderously; but the any by Mr. Rutbero-trd old man sat mute. ire party, and occupying a seat got him, 'but now they see what they or -Mr. Cross. In this again, the public Well bear tfut ihe verdict oi -the com-'n.. among tne few. Consenratives in the House. In view of his professions of undying aiid. interminable indepen- o'otii-parties, his sudden and have got. Rabert Patterson has .tafc-j Tompkins en his position as being as much a missioners. conservative as any man could. It re- mains now to be seen, if .he "will be complete desertion comes as a- sar-1 maependent within the party novr that prise even to those -who espected and ne- nas detinittly joined himself to it. .TI-JE.. FEATURE OF THE. CORONAT'-ON THIS CORONATION of King [lne most teen, there George place on- June 22 But representatives of the next, and London 'will "once j'-063" oation have not been. -When. ;.he more witness the brilliant scene which 1 coronation-- some of The.finding in general justifies the action of the members of were described as insurgents, i They nad the very grounds 'Verra good, -i-erra good, no the old' .man, 'but we country tnat; I knew all the time h against a bargain wiiich was unbusinesslike and which gave! reason for sus-pectln than there was .when bis fata- aeata P? -beloved Queen. Victoria. Iormattre tolerate 'ad- i late Kins Edward, was crown- successor was being, crowned, mluistrators who entered upon c-uohi The feature of the coronation will j '-t'hese same men nest J ane will come j au" transaction, and even certainty will not' A Scottish parson, remarkable for the motives of _imple force of Ms pul it gtrle- members of the governmeut most m- enlarjrin :.pne Slmdar 'upoa teresteu in it. The result of thai up- repeat ye rising the resignation of the wnco_norte.K ,_ That was ihej mr urged lie, with exjif- nt 0 _ CL.solemn earnestness, 'unless ye repent j is surely deftlv placing! deplored. This province in mier and bis' cabinet. e mat part 'that tells of tbe birth of willingly to show their loy-i wn a netvr nation trithin the Empire ''since tiie loyalty of the people they [toserate a tne last coronation. All The Overseas to the Giown they so recent- will be, represented, .but tuere.ls littlejloabt but what the great est tatere'st "will "be in the men. "who" come from United South Africa. Can- ada, Australia. .New Zealand will have ly were trying to overthrow. Coronation will be another de- inere is Around of cer wi as-surely, I flatten, this ators_agamst fjy_. wome inan lack.uL v.-isdam-aud metnods, -monstraticn of the unityand' solidarrrr of the Empire, as well as of the loy- ssfactory. aity of the people to the King and Becfc to save members of thei ffy awe further 'i' -wit, d the oc- exclaiming, i tHeir leading public men there- But, government, .will '.-.not- succeed The r it wiihfcaVe be to ?how i At a little dinner the other night 3n I A meir clubs entering Debating- league1' ed as soon as: possible, .-schedule may.-start.before ;seasoii un and 'say-aAfeVvsen: is over. There.'is no'better'way forUences as occasion may require :tne nien'of this, country to making a. fool of himself. In busl-i cupy themselves than in training life, a man must be prepared 10 public spealnng. One of the Ms place among tis fellow condiicr. Justifies their patriotic -They'.made history when able things of the generation of men in public life to-day in both large and small spheres.Is their inability to .es- press themselves-clearly upon any sub- ject when they have to get up on their to do it. They cannot as a rule- mate a convincing argument, to say of an. eloquent address. TM-s is to regretted, and tie young men are growing to the age when they 'be called upon to take the plac- -es occupied by the generation of their fathers, anoiild take steps to prepare tc ems elves for this very necessary pan of their public duty. -Moreover, public speaking is a very pteasant form cf entertainment for-the- speaker, whatever it may be for 'the listeners. But it should be the object I cess. ness men in this capacity of a public speaker. In "church and society life .a-man cannot take, his full place un- less-he can express himself clearly, forcibly an-d convincingly upon th'e subjects that are bound to come up 'tor discussion. The art of adds to a man's capability of usefulness, to'his influence in a. community, and TO the pleasure of himself and his friends Tne young men of Lethbridge -would do well to ally themselves with the de- 'bating society that will.be organized and the rother citizens would do well TO encourage "by and oth- ,er-wise, the'.efforts of the .young men ment" iiad acted unworthily. anoLner chapter is ended Jt remains for tbe to take tne next step in sealing the difficulty, j in wuien its predecessors involved the debating -league a sue- OUR POINT OF VIEW j TJQe Republicans -.in the United; Alter reading the resort of the com- j States cannot be very much di.sap- missioners on the A. G. W. i ?olntefl at the results of the elections, 1 one really feels that it was too bad f or-rhey" all say that they-especied: it j tnat President Clarke could not 36 put i _ j -on the stand to be knew. The tocal bank clearings took of a jump this week about t the per cea, ,igner est week. YYatch them grow. G. W. deal was suspiciously unbusi-; nesslike. That is what the people of j _____ tne orovince think top. i J-'athev Laconibe lived .to see tlie ACd now the question is, what ,s at .Midnaoore called hy his name j opened. He did much to .get it built! and it may well be considered by him i i as an accomplishment deserving of! to done about it. by the "enuneat and R. Clarke. son's "independent" must be. council an- lt -did not take Robert himself each day from now M. F. P., very long to get tired of junii! tlle nomination day, -there should ploughing the lonely furrow. He did a'_ large e.nough field 10 choose not even -R-ait to be introduced to theirrom' Jiouse, before he joined himself toj one of the straight parties. very much as thouph ihe people of (ircat Britain he PUT A 'pronwnerH. Conservative in Mao-jfo Hie inconvenience of another tion- Jeod remarJved before the recent bye-jeral election. election that he was advising the Con-! uor. to oppose "because .he is .a better Torv than l! be last general election in Bnujhlj be like a pink ten compared I He evidently knew what he was tne one tiia'. will comv soon'if-1 hoi} ialklng about. J L-orcis do not cave in. The Seme Old CHKJ8TMAS falls on 2bth December this ear Nrot yet, but soon, some back-enster -will be daily tell- ing you in a Sleepy Hollow, yawning tone of ad. how many more days there are to Christ- mas, Don't wait get busy NOW! bv CALENDARS from the BEST selection in The BEST Santa Glaus store in tbe BEST city of the BEST district in the BEST province of the BEST Dominion in the BEST Empire cf the BEST you ever saw. THE GOODS ARE TUCK'S (Every line of their goods') Tbe place. ;'s as. nnd we intend to talk Chnst- mas business from now until we stop: WATCH US CROW! TBHE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Baffr -Satisfactory Drug Stcre Acadia BlockV Rcdpith St, Day and Night 651 Night Bell OlsptoMr, Picture Framer. have known George Washington. l asKed nim whether he was in the boat wben George Washington, crossed the Delaware, and lie instantly replied. "Lor." massa, 1 steered dat ooat.' 'Well, said 1, 'do you remember wben George took a hack at tbe cher- ry tree'' He looked worried for a aainuie. and then, n-ith a beaming smile, said: way, massa; 1 dun dat nack myself.' The witness looked younthful. and appeared to be rather uncomfortable, rco. Consequently counsel assumed liis most imposing manner. You descnbe yourself as a he began. es. sir." kind of a sign-wri "No, sir." "Not an sir." do you mean by in father's office, sir. He's a money-lender, and I'm ihe author o! all the sharp letters to backward bor- rowers If you remember, I sent you one last week." SNAPS 8 room house fully modern on Ernest street, 50 feet frontage, a bargain. handles it Small cottage on Glyn with 37 1-2 ft. lot, handles 100 x 142 1-2 on Bartlett near London. A snap Apply for prices and terms 50 x 125 on Argyle Avenue, a fine residential spot i Freeman MacLeod Co, Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT I For full information, call or address F; p. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE PmcLer City is past trie experimental stage. It is Incorporated and scores, school, cliurcli, liotel, livery coal" yards, lumber elevators, sidewalks, etc. Tlie Innlding of the new railways and the rapid development of the surrounding country is bound to have an immediate effect on its growth which will more than double present prices of Pincher. City pro- perty. Kow is the time to invest so as to get the benefit of tM advance in prices.. Invest now, as the prices, will be advanced in a short time. A T T 7TXT TT A O GALy IN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block Ptane.1425 Alta. MORNINGSIDE down and a month A street singer was singing 5n o! 3. Sixth avenue -department store-, wjien the manager came out and ask- ed how much be ba-d made. About ten cents a replied j 'the. singer.' sauj the roanaarer, "here's move blocbsf.' FAME'S PATHWAY Maudf--Adams is makics a record- tour -throush the 5ouiii in JETery ]n the mcantrhiJe she is- studying the roie of "Cdantecler." f resident anci Mrs Tal't. Mayor and .'Irs; GayYipr. J. E. li Can-. ''States Steel corpora- j tion, William, Dea'n Howells. the au- j A dispute some other friends of arose upon a circuit between a Tcrry UTnieci-'m surprising her I op and a judge, aoa after some alterca- jm New york lbc other day 0 ]Hon tne latter ihonglii be should qf bound in goid and his opponent fey Quoting the signed, with their names, j following passage. j "For on these twdhang all the law land the prophets." j "Do you not sale? the judge, in i triumph, "that even in this passage, are mentioned 'first.'' -Viscount Morley- of BJackburn. who has- resigned the office of Secretary -which. :hc has held since to become'Lord of the n high' office, but ono of ed a high refutation as a historical j company wbo used 'to meet in Caledou- wnter. "Kdmuiicl H'irke." rbe 'irsi ofjian HHJI. boolcs. was in 1S67. He 'twice Chief Secretary 1'or Ireland 1'irst time in 1SSC and later from to iS9 They are not Plymouth Brethren, and do not accent the same at aav name given by Jeen, but are satis- fied wuu the name giveiTto the dis- cipies or loliowe'rs' "of Christ, by the PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Holy Spirir, as recorded, in Acts Norway has found it immensely pro- 'Ancl iac disciples were called Chrtsl- to propagate the co'd. ca'iohes Ians flrst in Antioch." 'J'ftcy gather together simply or to. tbe name of the Lord, as in of the fish-Darius steadily Increased each year that" 'been planted. In .Norway people are nofvac-. anntecl are not allowed to vote ar an election. THE LETTER BOX "i sraiu replied bishop; erccep.t in slat 'You hanp of -the mosi p those v.-ho profess faith in ;is tiieir persona! Saviour, and who do so are acknowledged mem Clinstians, 'arc giving evidence of such by a consistent walk ali b'rman J. Riageway. the magazine recently took a little flyer in pol- cs. Ho hau on (.lie y of .Montclair. X. J. and most prominent raen in public life in England for many years. He is now in his seventy-third year. Vis- conn t entered parliament in ii? a Liberal, al'ier att'air.- EXPLANATION the J-Jditor o." The sorry to trouble you re- nave.- you -to insert tbo following: in rtply to last week's (Wednesday's) issue oi Tiio Herald, as it is needful and the false .title jxiv- eii I'lynKHiTU to'ihc UiUo 'Jfiey have no creed, standard, but tP.e scriptures of truth, and own r.o mail as Lord but only, itil the chiJrtreu of who 2 tf.'unt by whatever name Known among men, ns brethren, ac- cording lo Christ's own word: "One your .MriSter, even Christ, and -.1! ye arc 'JOHN ;