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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta t IETHBRIDGE DULY RALD PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and Dent Advertismg and Job. Depts. 1252 I A DAJLY RATES1 I year. .Delivered on 6 months, I ?ear' 7 3 nioathst delivered.....ii'of. J G Months, by J m j The Letn'ortdge bank clearings 'are' very satiiractory. JB good Watcli it- grow. Winnipeg; r. M. C. A. jg after 000 in eight .days, and have got Halt of it in three days. The wav tflese Y. M. makes aeroolane Hying look James Simpson is one of the clever- est and most-thorough students of ed- j ucationaujsrowems in Canada, and a good crowd should hear him address the Canadian Club. the Nationalist won. '-ww -ondt Nationalist candidate and WEEKLY HERALD in Crow Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johastoa Jack- son- Alexandra Hotel, Peo pits Drug Store. Co., B. W. Hamilton. J. Mitchell D. ju. SfcCrea. Bros Drue Bcoic Co. Fernie, B. Seal THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crsnfarook, B. ReicecXe, ......Grsssy TKgharri Diamond B'Arc's Drug. Store. v Medicine M. Nortnam Vancouver, B. 'Vv'itie News Co. Brown St, Also on all C. p. R. rm s "lag m a row on the platform e train, had Jeft. rewon-rohetf6t the men replied: "Oh, sahib, we are waiting UUUI me tlcljets are cheaper." fa'idqy, November .'18.1910 FOR SALE 51x125 cfE Mole Street The aged Count Toistoi seems nave weakened mentally with his in- creasing age, and physical weakness, .But the whole civilized world, with its, [admiration of> noble and clever is fr t will hope that his life may be spared lng in' li from his. present critical illness. at pense. Mr. Wiclcersham in a recent "discus- said: "What sort of a man is MC- From Other Sanctums doubtful politician's ex- was the response. sai'd, Mr. Wickershara, tiously, "but the days are Canada Has Advantage tKegina Leader.) A comparison of the immigration in- to Canada with that into the United ty' "but states will te .found to be .all-in favor novr- of this country. For instance, three j out of every ten immigrants entering [the States are illiterate as ..compar-1 with one out of every .ten-entering j- successfui. .His "brother, hand, Vemained .behind at, the family, homestead. Returning 'to his left A -noted Philadelphia lawyer [his native town in Tennessee some ago, and came to the citv to {practice law. He had been uniformly Q t 9 room modern closing. 5 room c6ttageoon Cotftts Courtland. Hotel Phone 1212 StJIJ Driving Them (Toronto Mail and The Canadian Pacific Railway is :1 OF THE 'CANDIDATES CANDIDATES for. seats on the council-of the .citv in 'this I? aidermanic board, '.should i.time. A man should L. .the, aideimanic lose no nme .in framing Up their ns, and presenting theinxro- the for .their consideration. There twenty-five It de-jan in ISSO, .spike was Strathcona in----- native town recently, the attornev met I V i A man shoul therefo to 0 'is. t Ws platform as W Tiiere tave end of the people t5 vote oi piKes- driven since .the date of the Everv eanflfdL x for the system 'now Covers darkey in the road. he said, but-the-old did not recognize the boy he used in ,the prosperous looking cit- n who addressed him. the "how- verv eand x else on which to 1 _ decision. It will not do for a man that if the people .will s best and say t "Oh, they're all right." said i darkey. -Jim.Blank has gone-to .Phil-j jadelphia, and done made a lot ley. He's a lawyer, sah." o "lsth-Sit answered the not "And his brother, Tom, how is he; h'as great Na- be kings, butt "Lawdy, _ __ the-prest- yer. Marse Tom pros- dene. It is reported that Lincoln's- Honest cabinet voted solidly againstHap-opVt'V The Ayes Had (Toronto Star., The President's Cabinets are brothers the i v wt-viti OU11HJ; V 3. these- matters so that thejsinon of Ms, Father ..know.- what as well as Bounced the vote VALUE OF NIGHT SCHOOLS vi iua, j, ataer an- nounced the vote to.be seven noes HAT YOU DO WHEN one aye, he, "ine YOU DINE AT TABLE OF-'ENGLAND'S MONARCH T. of night schools alone or with a' teacher liund-d-" "AnierJean "Aoprecisition. X mmunity is being emphasized .'thousands of miles awav H i''." i the.-large diij- weefcs: intervenin- betweeii Canada goes forward apace in cul- room on tie first floor of: Marl-' TOTS, established-wita as .-answer 9fsuo11.Bating .the -mtiona-lity and House.ak.a quarter, to -nine. eats to canvass f0r stTldeilts training and eight the members of the corresponaence- .schools they night school vS? military..drill household who Have been'com- Without faxes what is taere M Ha can tove 'by the night schools. While some few ;He derived tenelit from' taMng'unltirepresented Dr correspondence schools or name, 2 very few, .and the greatest have a well organized goes LO the school -v "j-ev. msnt school o-0f "u.uuiry. .arm aave largely attend "and le sUentf to the com-jtoow the teachers. Therms .monity For the young man or wo-ftionship between-them that P1 fle 1S' last fund apartment, sep- man who has Had to, leave school and 'teacher of feature, ,givinrJ36o; from-ihe-dining a wjio BMttt possible aen and ad.ding now. It reception room, through which n ideal-Investment'in Itealth .-and and queen-enter. mainng of manhood, and shows J- A few minutes, before "dinner hour] bble equerry in.personal attendance an- to enter the room. Everyone rises ;The Inng and queen bow, when. they' j come in, and then at once lead the way to .the dining room. The dinner table be present, assenrble as tie equerries" draw- ut -luaiiaooa, ana snows.- uuuri i-. One .foresight on-'the part equerry in.personal attendance an-r i -.ounces.'that. -iii. THE SPEECH FROM THE THRONE SPEECH from the Throne see to, there can be no real reason for read at Ottawa yesterday pro- vides a heary legislative Mil of fare, for the parliament this ..sion. The building of the Hudson's Bay railway is.a large matter in itself. The it is said, proposes to pro- vide this session for the ibinldin- of- -one hundred and fifty miles darin-i the next year. great deal of Lest We-Forget (Ottawa Free opposing the wort. If the trade relations with the TJn- speech _-_...., J? ,tae king-sits at the It may be just as-well to recollect Centre on'one side and Slary as -the Montreal Herald reminds us, tile otner, the chief members of that the verdict of Drunimond 'and 'Ar- present sitting: nest !to thabasca is not the first occasion when 'their majesties on either side." Qceoec constituencies ha-ve gone ag-j No Long Meals ainst Laurier. j King George, like tne' late monarch." When Air. Prefontaine died, there greatly dislikes a prolonged meal, and? an election "in ilaisonneuve. dinner at Majjlbprougii House, 'esceut guests are does not of an was There was a Laurier candidate and a "j-cuuiuuttu in tne speech "ao "tuner canaiaaie ana a iviiciL guests are pjesent, dc should -come .before the House for dis-iL'abor and the Laurier more than three-quarters cussion as very probably they will, the was deleated- debate ..of the session, will take place The definite policies of the two 'etc h ___ _. Sir Charles Fitzpatrick the subject will likely be the hour. not think it necessary to spend the in the West, and some of "the --eastern city members who fear that the construction of the road w 'HI -be-righted in te revision and consolidation of the w on copyright. The question of terminal elevators nead of Late Superior will pro- "the bill should pass. fanners. The lilding of which thp Tv'ish to pat into ef. ernment has already been responsibility for the former structure. The .bridge must Jbuilt, and cannot be built without ey. If the government gets a 6WJU aeal from one of the four companies 6Stimates SUend to -t- -x Canadiai1 OUR POINT OF VIEW There will be ail kinds of aldermanic The more aidermanic there are the more will get left. Onlv j three can -be -elected. There is one about Snpertn- Reid that the public i o- lot iif -irn- iportant matters under its meeting should he pushed r GRACE BEFOEE MEAT! 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 Xews-boat across .the way, a shall feel devoutly thank- nd, in return'.-we shall do you feel what inexpressible pleas- ure is sn GIVING. If you doubt the latter come NOW and see the Christmas display in Santa Clans' Head- quarters for Southern Alberta Don't wait until tomorrow, as Shakespeare says, else' you'll get left, and 'that wouldn't be right The variety and grandeur of display in our basement throw thrills all over you. COME-AND BE THRILLED! THE RED CROSS: CO. Satisfactory Acadla Block, Redpath Day and Night C5I it is. and that, an to overcome jt. effort flness conducted daily at jtary On ordinary occasions, the meal is a simple one, consisting of rarely more than half a doien courses.. "The din- ner service usually used at Marlbor- I jough House-is made.of the finest Dres den china and "'in the center of each j plate is a gold crown. The dishes land dish covers are all, silver. ...At {state dinner parties a massive silver dinner service is used. There is no music at dinner; on.or- (dinary occasions, but. when there are guests the band specially attached to _ tne court, known as the'-King's band, [or a dozen members of one of tie' Guards' M. Manager. TY 1 I THE RAILWAY CENTRE maae on tKe More mon e- wfll L investment-in Pincher City in less x time than in any real estate pro- position on the market, invest now. For prices and terms enquire Off: OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Ott Block Lethbridge, Alta. Herald ;