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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPqE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OECEMBKR 1OOT Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., everr Uw'ttl tveniog: at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Carlaila A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIKECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportoriaf, and News Dept. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. From Other Sanctums 1 year, fismonths, delivered.....12.00 3 months, delivered 1 month', delivered.......35c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, oy maQ 6 months, by mail 3 months, by mai] .......85c Addresses dialed as often as desired, but both new and old ecoresses must be given. WEEKLY. HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains summarys of the news of the Week, local and district. 1 year, in advance t 3 months, in advanea SOc 6 months, zn v'dvasce ;...75c f THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT .Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton.. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, s. Beal Cranbrook, B, Atchison. L. Relnecjca Grassy Zugham. J Diamond. D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam J Vancouver, B. Wide-News Co. I Brows 219 4th, St Also on all C. P. R. ,A Good Starting PSace (Strome Despatch.) Prince Edvard Island people are ag- itating for acquisition of the State of Maine by the Dominion on the ground that geographically it is properly a, part of this country. WeltQe may just as start with Maine as any" other part of the States. We mus: make a beginning somewhere. a trial the evidence was all in and the plaintitf'a attorney had made a long and eloquent argunnmt, when the lawyer acting for the defence arose. "What you asked the just- ice; as the lawyer began. "Going .to present our-side of the case." "i don't want to hear both sides ar- gued, "it has a tindency to confuse The Consistency Jewel (Red Deer-Advocate.) Mr. Michener and Mr. Bennett are very severe in their denunciation of Hon. Mr. Sifton for accepting office witnout a general election, though Premier Sifton has had the support of the great majority of the members of the House, and'went to election in Vermillion personallly, and has ried two other seats, the election in Welch en being a notable evidence of public opinion. But Mr.-Michener has accepted the duties of "Conservative leader, with the- electors of Red Deer being or having the slightest say in nis change of front. Little Walter, was always-carefully guarded against germs (-declares Suc- cess The telephone was sprayed, the drinking utensils steril- ized, and public conveyances and plac- es were forbidden him. he said one night, in a tone of desperation, "do you know wnat-I am going to do when I grow asked his father, prepar ing himself 'for the worst "I'm going to eat-a-germ." DEATH OF COUNT TOLSTOI THE DEATH of Count Leo Tolstoi, -lo serve-and to save them. He was in removes a truly great man'from T-------------- the scene of action. Living in the country in which it is hardest of all to live and enjoy the Irbertie's that should ielong to a free -man., ie made a great fight for the down-trodden peasantry of Hussia. He was hated by the authorities, hut yet they feared -.Mm to the extent that they did not dare to treat him as they had others who had-offended them less. Al- tnough an aristocrat by birth, he liv- ed the life of a peasant. them and their conditions. large measure successful, as the bet- terment-of the condition of the lower classes in Russia in recent years is very largely due to' his efforts. -He did much -by creating. 2. strong sentiment in other countries in favor orthe people he loved and labored for. The could not wholly withstand the public sentiment of the other nations' of Europe and America. Tolstoi's name will -o down tn the history Of Rnssia and of Eurdpe as one of the greatest authors, publicists, Once when exploring a factory dis trict for story material, 0. Henry in vited'a bright'little girl to dine'with him. She accepted on condition that She might bring a friend along. Dur ing dinner, the writer sough make his guests feel at ease by renting'his English 'to the extent of using "ain't'' and "hadn't and a few oth- er mutilations of the mother, tongue. He saw the little girl a few days later. fc He saw -the little girl a few days later. "I wag "awful mortified that she said; "you spoke so ungrammati- cal -before my.lady friend." i He lived teenth and twentieth centuries knew. M TH-E AYOE ADAMS is-deserving of congratulation on the thor- ough and comprehensive re- port Jbf the municipal work of the year he has issued. K is the first of to OiiC 5lA the administration of Canada's, affairs weeks, and has even been commented would no longer be encumbered hy a by the Herald both editorially, fifth wheel in the form-of an. Upper through the medium of Chamber. I Goggles" in his weekly columns. Of j my platform so t-.feeble as not" V might I has the. efidorsa- uni6ns.-'.-repre- i sentang raters, j ................._ _......_......> meefc of many 'e en-election "'day. Side Lights has been satisfactory. announcement that the plant has made James K. Hackett recently skid atj a luncheon in Pittsburg: An actor should actors are. But Yours S. W. TUCkwjBIX, profit- ls J WJkX V> d be modest, and most; Apslev House, Lethbridge. I know a young" actor' (Editor's ;is tooi- at the "beginning, of his career, oa-d that the' "Mr.: modesty" almost too far. This, Tuckwell had published a- platform. It ibTieivouns man in-oirtho .bodily absence at' good news and'the hope young man inserted in- all the dramatic The problems that must be faced next year are might be asked-if it were possible -snow what the cost of the different1 on the part was. It may -be that the audi- tor's report will give this, and it is true that the cost of nearly all of the work was advertised when the ad- .vertisement was inserted saying that The council proposed to do the work .unless the people interested objected. .But people cannot cany 'these figures rwith. them. This, however, will dou-bt- ;less -be provided by the time the nom- ination comes, and the, aldermen will of interest to tell the requiring no of ability, and diligence f .the incoming council and the .future incoming commission. The street railway must 'be .taken UP at once. As the Mayor points out bv such as dead body., or outside shouts preferred." ish. views are correct, and no doubt good authority for thinking he does. have something ratepayers. The Mayor .would have done well, too., to have outlined rather more de- finitely what he intends doing next year. The people have made up their minds that, they want him in office again next year, and as he is the ftest qualified of any on the council to out- line the work for the nest year a state- ment would have -been very acceptable He has mentioned some of the larger problems -that will hare to be faced, such as the street railway, an increas- ed water supply, sewage disposal, im- proved methods of handling the light department and one or two others. These are about the only faults that While the these are faults. The report shows that the city -has -had a lot 'of work the year. It shows that a determined effort has been made to Keep the-street grading, the sidewalk building, the extensions of the water- and sewers up to the growth ofj the time all preparations are made. a Different category from an Irish jus- such as getting plans, estimates, ten- tice of the peace out in Michigan. In ders, etc., it will be time to start build-! ing. One of the very necessary thin-s is to get a real first class man to un- dertake the work from start to fin- The Mayor's proposition of a gravitv system is one that will doubtless be well received when it is looked into carefully, Tbe present water is, indeed, too expensive, and cheao- er water must be got some way or oth I er. The gravity system will mean a big initial outlay, but the cost of op- crating will .be small if the j j. vi me thereof' advertisement Tilley j ".Engagement ond.) WHAT'iT MEANS TO BE K. (Toronto, Star.) V Silk Coat and Vest Red 'bag 5' Letters patent Senator William-'-Aiden-Smith says the evident desire Roose- velt to listen to the plaints of both insurgents and regulars places him in he The Question of sewage disposal is not a new one, but it must be clean- ed oil the slate this year it been a difficult question to date and will not be solved easily, but it must be done this year. whole year, the great bulk of the labor has been done" by Mayor Adams, who has whole time to the work. has him______ Jur, be did, but everyone will admit that he has-done much., for'the-city OUR POINT OF VIEW j -Everyone thinks the Mayor's an-' nual repon was a good one, although a.good many suggestions are made as to how it could have been improved of course. The people know now what done in the city during the past" year AS soon as they know what it cos they will be able to size the situation HP. over The Mayor's report gave the pros pective aldermen some idea of what tney will .be up against in tbe way Of work and worry next year. be a It is to Sir Wilfrid Laurier was only Sine years old yesterday. Our des- patch hustled him along a year. He looks good to get to seventy and a good many years And still be Dernier of Canada all tne time. It is not. known, wneiaer. the insur- rection in Mexico came up from Hon- auras or down from the United States Great Falls feels- rather warm the reduction the census department made in their population-record. Thev say the department lies and thev can prove it, The' love that er of the city has for the Herald really overpowering. We are getting several large packing cases and f arge cool cellar in which to stow awav large portions of it. Half a dozen more lines of railway coming into Southern Alberta, it ,-s hoped that they get a move on. There is Jots of room and business for ail I of them. Railways make business, they open up the country and connect the towns. With the Methodists having 'ions discussed in their church sei- -ices on Sunday, the Church of and missionary .banquet on Monday and the Presbyterians with mission' ary next Sunday, this THE ARNOLD AEROPLANE is foredoomed to -drop its godfather, for his sins, from an altitude of 499 feet onto muddy crossing, which should have been as dry as this ad. and while he is dropping, he will probaoly be thinking of that other great man, Mc- Ginty, who remains wet. Very sad, indeed, "but we live in the present and are kept busy selling AEROPLANES and Lowney's chocolates, aiitos and prayer books, locomo- tives and chewing gum, fire engines and Seidlitz Powders 349 kinds of dolls and 4 kinds of -Eye Openers, magic lan- terns and fine tooth combs, smokers' sets and Castoria, oil painting's and poker chips. Picture Books, Picture Blocks, Black Boards and Games. Wagons, Sleighs, Runners, Shoo-Flys, Rocking Horses, Eta you and then some. Dolls? Yes, we don't interrupt. We refrain from mentioning some very high class leather goods in travelling and- toi- let sets, just for the very rea- son that Sheba gave after she bad proposed to Solomon and was sent back home again__ sez she, "The halfv has not been told." You must SEE for your- selves the glory of these goods before we The foregoing is INITIATORY to what we are abo.ut to say Oh! for the wind of a bridge potentate! THE BED CROSS BOOK CO. Satisfactory DPUJ Start Acadia Block, Redpath 8t Day and Night 661 NlQht Bel) Picture Framtr' fc, These are "some of the externals' with which the ;n'ew fa-atca of K TJ.'s appointed by the Attorney-General will have to provide themselves. The letters patent must be taken out before a''barrister is called within the bar as a K." C. The gown, coat and vest comprise the uniform of a lv. C., and as a badge of his office, he is permitted to carry a vivid, scarlet j brief bag over his shoulder or under I his arm, or in any other, dignified way. I "What is the advantage of being- j a K. The Star asked a well-known j Conservative K. C. of long standing. I "Judging from 'the list as a whole j cot much, I should was the smil ing answer. England the appoint _ment is a matter, of merit. In Ontario jit seems to he a.-question of politics I1 notice some exceptions, -but. not Imany. My own appointment came from the Dominion government. Lpok- [jing at the latest filty-three creations, I see two outsiders who" do not prac- tice in Ontario at all. What is the sense of such appointments. An On- tario K. C. is not a K C. in another province." The Number Is LaVgc The Star saw another [barrister who said: "The front each court at Osgoode is a K. C. row Well, the are piling up-to such an extent that things will have to -b reversed soon, and the K. C.'s take tin. benches now occupied by the uncrown ed. Ontario has a; pretty large K. C array, a regiment of officers, so to speak." ihe K. C. is given some precedence in court, rout none in actual success. A Kings Counsel, if he has -brains, may jearn laiger fees than his less brother; but, after all, he must deliver the goods. "If you ask me." remarked other legal authority, "I might.suggest that the title is likely to frighten a- way a possible client, particularly in the case of a young lawyer. In Eng- land, professional ethics require a King's Counsel to discriminate in his business in a greater degree than ap- P'ies to the ordinary barrister." J A large K. C. list came out two years }ago, .but certain oZ the favored ones have failed to take out their letter? patent. One explains his refnissnees by saying that it's a distinction not to be a K. C., and his partner, includ- I od in the same legion of honor, clings to fcis own stuff gown, his cof- j J league is conten: with his. Tuesday, .tfo'f ember TOR SALE 51x125 corner %ndon Road and Athole Street Kifht price and if taken at once 9 room modern house on Round, close in. handles 5 room cottage on Coutts near Courtland. caih, balance small WOacrwiniprpved Jarm. 400 under cultivation. Good well and be sold at once. per acre J1800 balance 10 6 per cent mterett 1280 acres. ,600 acres under plow. worth of buildings. 7 miles from town termt Price rifnt. For fuU particular, apply to office On Lethbridge Hotel Block MORNINGSID down and a month Without Interest and Without Taxes .00 PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, LTD. Phone 712 Ist.Ayemie South Phone 712 These are Some Lines We Carry in Stock Lubricating Oils Gasoline Engine (White RoseJ, Kerosene Mining Tools of all v Wire Kope Wrought Iron Pipe, Black and Galvanized Pipe Fittings, all sizes Globe, Gate, Angle and Check Valves Tool Steel' Well Casing to S in. Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Fuse, Caps, etc. Electric Fuse and Exploding Batterier Dry Batteries Force and Steam Pumps Blacksmiths' Coal Horse Shoes, Toe Caulks, .Etc. Two Carloads Bar Iron Pick, Hammer, Axe Handles Blacksmiths' Hardwood Cotton .Waste Steam and Suction Hose Pipe Carriage and Machine. Bolts Leather and Rubber Belting Acetylene Lamps "Tryon" Ready' Roofing Asbestos and Keene's Cement "Maco" Wall Felt Wood FilTre Plaster Plaster of Paris' Firebrick and Fireclay Paper PINCHER CITY THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE- More money will be made on the investment in Pincher City in less time than in any real estate pro- position on- the market. Invest now. For prices and terms enquire G AL VIN-H ATFIELD CO OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block Phone 1425 LethWge, Alta. ;