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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBKIDiGE PATT.V S DAILY HERALD OKOCMQCR I'OOT .f Co., Ltd., erecy lawful lesspieiuifui after the govern- ment lias remodelled the tariff. chief work Tuesday, November EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation" and Job. Oepts. C iaoaiiis. by C ruoiirhp, by of of week, distrlciL. i costams :1- i GA i L Y H ERA LD- FQ R SALE AT s Side Lights of opera and, her., '.'Provincial Love bongs." Six, or her children plaj stringed instruments, while ;the young- er members 'piaj nutes and fiagoiets, the very tiniest playing Laurence husband wasmin Hams First H. W. Child, president of the Yel- wstone park association, went to Bu-'1Ster Portuguese, raved over her rope two or three years ago and had nf Drujt Book Store, J. G. Rabert- Co., JcimsHoa Jack- Piso 3, D. L. StoCrea. Bros. Alberta Drjz Fernie, 8. Percy O. L. Betneeke. Grswy Dr. Tugliam. Dr, D'Arc's Sipre. Mea'f'cins L. XL Northam B, Worid Broxva Brown 219 i Also on ail C. Pi R. j; -C PROVINCIAL TELEPHONES nhHB WORK of the Provincial telephone" as .one of the ne- _. i. eminent m rushing the con- cessiaes, of. .and the government -struction of-ihe .telephone sys-jis meeting their "-natural demands for tern is progressing satisfactorily in all t the .necessities.'bV building the lines of irrftvifioo i- -_ lor a companion a man interested in the notel business. They travelled over Europe, investi- gating hotel and commissary prob- lems to some extent, and finally arriv- ed sn Rome. They went .into Saint Peter's, and stood the dome. said Child, "here it is. Here's the dome." The hotel man took one look up- ward. Then he turned to Child and much did that man in'London say he wanted for them Not Esperanto, Either Mrs. Banks was getting ready to go out. tier waited in the doorway, watching "fier complete toilet. By the -extraordinary, con- tortions of lier neck that jshe trying 10 get a glimpse of the I Sack of ner new. -blouse, and by the tense lines about her. he con-! eluded her mouth was "Umph wuf-f sh she .asked. lie ''it looks ail "Ourf -wun -T-. sao ugh was, her .next -remark.. of.the vioiin and piano. .Her daughter, iijss y yvohhe Townsend has a magriinceat singing voice, Aiter-a.certain...teacher of literature in. a-local. High "School for Girls has talked-to her class on the subject-in hand to give the girls'a'little written exainination> see how. much they really She had yeen lecturing on'-'Longfellow. said: VLongfellow married twice, to lose his wife each time by aeath. After wife died, he wrote nothing, but sad chief among them being the "Psalm of L.iie.' In.the written quiz on the subject, one little freshman concluded'as lows: "Longfellow" was "married" much to Ins sorrow." The lire losses of the and Canada for the first six months FOR SALE 50x142 1-2 on Bartlett near London Road Quarter cash 50x125 on London Road and Kingsbury. 106x125 ft. on Round Street. Splendid site for busi- ness block. Price and terms oh application 1440 acres finest farm property ever offered. Terms tenyears. Apply for price at our office 320 acres in 5-14, per acre. cash, bal five years. This is biggest snap ever offered The Villain Still Pursued Her Charming Pollock cites a melodrama produced a few years -ago on Fourteenth" .street, as containing the busiest and "most consistent" vil- lain ever created. In the first act he tied -parts ..of Jy an. exshss is scarce to this office has. reports of the contraction of lines to the various towns .and villages as the rural lines irom these to -the fanners. in the sur- as fast as possible. Their work of the niore recently set- tled- especially ap- people there. Quick comniunrcatfofl. and, quick transporta- tion are -thVtwo tilings most reciuired "Perhaps it, would.: look better if you J lul heroine to the railroad-track just as did he it. fits limited was due. In the second nicely as it jne lured' into an t old house, locked her asped and, emptied ;th_e pins i UP in an. upper room and set the.-p! into her hands. ,0n fire... In the .third he strapped "i've-aslred you twice, a buzz saw and. sec the macnin- blinds so that i more eiT iD- -In the fourth, he tore she, exclaimed.. understand. plain English." jjauiui. cvtuiicu: country. The people, recosr- i by tha people .of" this prorince. j THE CONSERVATIVE '-PLATFORM "HEN THE- Conservative Conven palpable catehvrote plat-jsne realized that Gon was called at Edmonton last" week. it. was announced That it was" for the purpose of adopt- ing a. platform and choosing- a leader. Tne latter was: done and :tie choice .duly announced. But -what-of the form There ;ias.not'been a word utter- ed as to any policy" :adoptedL -ferhaps they did not adopt any. Pol- icies' are often awkward .things to. have it is often'difficult to be consistent with them. 'Before" last "general election the party adopted: a policy that took in, every possible thing that "had any. livelihood of .votes." rorm that. nobody, took it who would like to see His ita- jesty's loyal" Elizabeth, aged six, had-'been goin kindergarten and1 enjoyed -very much tne" little motion songs :taught' i there. She "was very enthusiastic" at'-. 'learning all the words, but. one y-assh'e. might she seriously, could not make her voice', harmonize i planfcing out" of the .Brooklyn so that her motor car plungec to the raging flood below. in the fifth act he started to'make Jove to .heir. .She shrank from him: "Why do you fear me, those of the other _ In 'the PutHr tQC. rUDilC ran hope nave gone, a-gli Thoroughly disheartened, she .__ a .platform had a glimmer of home to her a sigh, j BOBI the .call for th.e convention jsaia: 'j Probably the. mosr'mterestihg "can- didate for Governor in the, American Lethbridge Hotel Block Without Interest went out..., Buf seemingly .their hopes "Oh, mamma, L.don't know what I The conven- tion has held and -so far as known no 'policy 'was trained. 'Perhaps the task of choosing "a lea-der was enough to take all, tfie. strength of the dele- gates. It ;may be that they have done as tney did ..before, pick out a com-! suttee. to draft a platfo-rm and an- nounce it later for the party to swal- low whether they .like it or not snail empty. of Companion, I'm so full of words, but 'was.-Robert. Love Taylor, a Home i T-eimessee lawyer: journalist and "Well." said-Farmer. Briggs_ to the artist, "how much will 'ee saint AN INNOVATION AND' of Mayor Adams of hav-J Pa-rers should know what their taxes the assessment raade early year will be by the first of is a-good one-, and he is -to- "be it.would eommencled for seeing that the idea is b.t'! .'thing- to 'arrange 'tJie pay- carped out the assessment is .of.-taxes payments'. jiarm with me stahdin' at t' "Oh, tire said .-the artist.. LjOOm in due course the painting, "'was 'iin-, [statesman, is. ited States Senator. At one '-contest Be own brother, who ran as a Republican. Price to PER For lull information, Call or address I jl the picture of his farm "Yes, I like said th- farmer- completed at the beginning of the adopted municipai- (itlis is to have all Ttaxes payable quar- and appeared arm in arm "on f. the platforms, each -brother denounc Where's me., lad, .Where's me'" tfie whUe" praising M error he had .made flashed ac-lms 'But Bob'.had. always j.O artist's minf-'iut he .tried to j tn.e for had hisj-'violii. n irtVo' with'hto, a'fid P' Box .1979 Suite 1.15- Sherlock Building Phone cflance to estimate_ the expenditure j If they are paid as they come due. they can make during the year. As it.Jtas been previously, they had to go spending for six months before TUey knew what their resources in the shape of an assessment were. It was unsatisfactory and inconvenient. The ratepayers too dfd not .know what 'if a person choose to pay the whole tax bill-on-the-first of April'instead of making- four-quarterly payments, fle would get a_ certain rate-of-dis- count. A certain discount would be given, less than'.the ..other, if the bal- ance due-far the '-year were paid up on ie said, one inside on to get my five "Oh, nave said the-.nettled, old cnap; "p'raps Fll.be.coomnr bo't soon, and .if I dew 111 pay you I 'In the meantime we'll hang It up and wait" The family or the minister to the api his" giftfof humor, brought- down L the house, and led to his success tne polls.. Bob, who was born in Py Valley, Tennessee., is the ecli! the Taylor-Trotwood Magazine. OF THE HIGHFALUTIN HYPHEN One; John E. Rosser, statistician, United States from Costa Rica form Discusses the general tendency'to.'do1' a musical company, would be on Oetoper i. jfj successful as professional singers, away with unnecessary marks of pirn-1 ctuation, noting .that the 'hyphen-, is will -be overcome'by the new paid interest is added. This has wnae the Mayor is at if he might} been found to .-be very satisfactory still another innovation that j and certainly comes" a good deal would be of -benefit. With the' easier on people -who have got more -assessment made by the new year, es- jreal estate than "money, and Who often umates can made and the .difficult to pav the whole am- struck very shortly after. The rate-' ount in one sum, melr taxes were to be, for the year j July i, and the___ was nearly over-before the rate was j the payments were made quarterly I harpists ana'pianists. ".Mme. !sti'l uselessly retained in strack and tne notices sent out is no discount, but if they are has instructed each" of hV and Useless" and children in music lore, and has. also I Criminal is how this retention is d _ and Rosser goes on "to de- .-T- this by mathematics; 'mere English-speak i ing people. The to- nigtit and to-morrow are together use' i lorty-eight times daily by every per of these being written but in longhand. GRACE BEFORE MEAT! OUR POINT OF VIEW [man at Alix supposed to be Belle El-j Alberta will take second place to j more was one who had fits and was i none, even in finding Belle Eimore. _By the time a few more 'rumors are afloat that J. Woolf is to re- is seat, he will begin to think tnere-is really something in it. easily agitated. The people of AIL seem to iiave the latter affliction them selves. Y. M. C. A. campaigns are getting to I'be the most popular things in the big [ernes. Lethbridgre's great campaign King certainly did his j seems to have got them all going with srunt in letting the people "over j a. rush. j know about Lethbfidge and There is to -be a sugar factory at I Stratnmore. H the labor problem long I could be satisfactorily solved there! numerous sugar factories peerless Sunny Southern Aibcrtu did not take Alderman Kin out that there had been ining wrong with the works while he j Southern Alberta in there wa.B away. i no., place better suited to the industry.] saoula be a'good turn-out of me.n to Vie Citizens'League meeting to-iJTsht to hear and participate in the I mscassioa on the coainiiasion plan 011 municipal government. j -From Other Sanctums rt Wncher Creek row wants to change- lt-name Butting in on John Bull i (Brantford j The spectacle of another batch of I First tinng we know Sjand-juauaclian politicians, of no particular' even in their ow countrv wui start an agitation for the over to Great Britain to instruct' purpose. ____ electors or tbc mother country on j- proper tarit'- policy for that coun- edict is reported to have is not an eQiiylng one. The wors' torta- that- all Chinese must cut off i of ir. is that this practice of "buttin- melr queues. The price of false hn" to other people's business is allo- ladies of the Occkleiit should JSetlier too prevalent. go :-u6wn now. that the of Lhe Or- i _____ lent are their, so freely. At Manufacturers' Ball j (Strprne Despatch.) The just now are telling of a robber who burgled in evening clothes and are .having a 'good deal to say ab- 'Oljt H' -as if it ware a rare thing. Thci T.. Despatch ventures the opinion, how-j lavest reports say Uiat .robbers in- eveaius' orcss1 King Apple is said to have removed Qis vthrone temporarily from Vancou- ver to Spokane. His permanent ad- aress, however, is in British Columbu OH! YOU For what we are about" to- receive of your Christmas dough through the medium of this seasoned piratical craft and the newly launched. News-boat across the way, .e shall feel devoutly thank- i.rul, in return we shall do you feel what inexpressible pleas- ure there is in 'GIVING. If you doubt the "latter statement come NOW and uee the Christmas .display in Santa Clans' Head-'- Quarters for Southern Alberta Don't wait, until tomorrow, as Shakespeare else you'll get and .that wouldn't be right. The variety and "grandeur of. display in our, basement will throw thrills all over you. COME AND BE THE RET) CROSS DJREG BOOK eo. Safe Satisfactory 0rus jtcrf Aca2ia Slosk, Rcdpath Si, Day and Night 5M N'.fiht Ptii of hypnens in these words totals Taking .the average of a written hyphen to be one quarter of an inch, you have "a straight line S5-! miles long. At the usual rate of writing it would take one man seventy- six years to insert the hyphens" in tnese words, and his salary would am- ount to But avoiding all theory, to-day, to- nignt and to-morrow are daily hyphen- jated four times each on 234.192 tyrie- wnters and three tim'es daily oh 1841- linotype machines. Remembering niat a pressure of one ounce, is re- Quired to strike key, and two and a half ounces to depress a linotype, we see that in writing these nypflens, a total of foot-pounds of energy is expended, or enough' u draw a passenger train across the Un- ited States. To avoid appearing picayunish, no mention has been made of the- wasie" jOf ink, and paper, but this wou._ ap'-j j proximate in value the daily bread of the State of New York. Undoubtedly the tendency to-day is jto shorten things. .This is because; j generally speaking, two days' 1 aelng accornpljs'bed in what forriL-rly constituted one day. The hyphens in to-day, to-night should be discontinued today. Capital Paid-up Reserve Fund THE OF Incoi-poratea 1869. H. 8. HOLT, President. ,E.. ASE; Vfee-Pres. and Gen. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL, QUE. Capital Fndivid'ed Profits T.otal Assets...... Total Deposits..... SAVINGS BANK DEPT. Deposits of SI and up Savings Banks supplied upon-a .-.deposit LETHBRIDGE BRANCH j. M. AITKEN Manager. When some man .run for first thing they think about is to start Ues about the opposing candidate, and deny them when caught. Kudoiph Sze, a Chinese boy, has just walked away with the University of Pennsiy-ania scholarship, Which" is yearly awarded by competitive exam- ination to a District of Columbia high school student. THE NEW-RAIL WAY CENTRE maae on tlie More money will be investment in Pihcher City in less -.time than m any real estate pro- position market. Invest now. For; prices and terms enquire GALVIN-HATFIELD OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block .Phone 1425 Lethbridge, AJta. Herald's Guaranteed Circulation Is ;