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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday. November 24, 1910 1ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABt-JSHEO DECEMBER TOOT Published by the Lsihbridgre Herald Publishing-: Co., Ltd., every lawful evening- at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada iW. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING BIEECTOB AND EDITOB PHONE: .Advertising Circulation and Job.-Depts. PHONE: Editorial, Reportoriaf, antf News Dept. 1224 ______________ CAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, 1 year, by mail 6 months, delivered I v 2 months, delivered> I f.wpnths, 1 month, delivered.......3Sc 2 months, by maii Addresses-ensnared as often as both old Addresses must be sivea, WEEKLY HERALD i Published every Wednesday in.eight or mere pages, and contains summarys of the news, of the weejcjr Jocal and 1 year, in f months, in advance 6 ....75c j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT .-.11.75 85c SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office In v-orH FOUNUCO A.D. 1710 1910 HOME OFFICES LONDON, ENGLAND t j, H. M. SOB From Other Sanctums Vf '-'X 3ust get enough TO pay a small profit, As fair as can be." aint me." Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Bobert- son Co., Johnston Jack- ecn, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- pit-s-Drug Srore. Co., H. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drag Book Co. B. Cranbrook, B, Atchisoc. L. Reinecke. JS.'srT3sn4 B'Are's Drag-Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brows 219, ilh'SL Alto, on all-CrR. R. Pagan AmeHca (Toronto Globe.) Did Pagan Rome, with, its gladiaror- ial; contests." "ever produce anything more Horrible than the incident at Den ver, when men and women fought for souvenirs around the crushed body of Kaiph Johnstoae.Nche One man tore a splinter of the' framework of the broken aeroplane from John- stone's body and. -bore it- off in tri- umph, -with the aviator's, blo'od still dripping from-it.-. Man -a little lower taan the angels! often-lower tnaa the leasts! GET BUSY FOR A-NIGHT-SCHOOL benerlt ,'pt'-tnbse who need and want that sort "of instruction, while practi- cal men .could be secured to give de- monstrations' on the practical side -of the subject. -Lessons in arithmetic. other effort "to get the night school Uanguage, writing and such subjects for. this city going. Those who for those who want such a school should make that fact iloiown to the- supervisor or schools.; OW THAT, the interest "in techni- cal education and night schools .Has been 'aroused by the visit of the Royal Commission, It would be for the authorities to make an- that sort -of-'instructibh. -Jf the .have any desire mho has the .matter in hand.. or for could'be easily arranged toj.others the night school start- suit the requirements of those who ed tlie authorities no to attend. Lectures and another, effort would be made strations on the theory "of electricity.! to get "the school'under way, it is fpr instance, could be given for the j up to B NATIONALISTS -.RETRACTING O UKASSA, LAVERGNR MONK, et ai, having seen that they have overstepped the mark, are frying to retrace their steps and cov- er-up those they cannot retrace. A pampniets -that were printed in Bour- assa's own office and no doubt written byChim or 'under his guidance. They deny knowledge of things that took place in: their interests in Drummond- Don't AM-Speak at Once (Toronto Telegram) Win some please tell Hon. George B. Foster" whether he jsaould embroider a "-'smoking" cap or crochet a pair of bedroom slippers for 'his cherisned friend. Rev. A. iiac- donaldj this Christmas? There Is NovDeath (Montreal 'Witness.) One Ladies' -Home abolished least from its columns, it prefaces vhat ;its resolution to do this ques-i'or artlcle wife these 'tion: "Can we not get away, from oa your fac'e and universal use of the words, 'dead' and! a mottyyj 'death J and even the-harsher sounding words 'T aint says the tanner, "Who gets the high price, For high shoes and slippers and T alnt says the rancher; "I tfi'at's all." T aint says the "My profits are ".small." 'T-alnt says "My margin's.the same." 'T aint me huclcgter, "Who's bracin' the game." 'T aint ;says the gardener; "I'm poor alLthe time." 'T aint says the grocer; "I aint seen a dime." it's surely a puzzle, .To Jcnow where it goes; Xo nialcer or seller Or any of those Partake of So they V And I'm a.consumer, v 'r I'm certain 'T'aint me." W. Foiley, in New York Tim'es.-" Aside "from the harshness and cru- elty of the -words themselves; the ob- jection is. taken that they no longer express our belief.. "We .are all fast it is "we do not die; that >'e vv e pass from one stage LO another, ._' Michael o tnese frames wid 'God bless our'Home' in '-'r' "31y said an itinerant preacher, "the Scriptural rule for-giv- ing -svas one-tenth of what a irian-pos- and so why should we not'say what? sessecl. If you feel you cant afford. we believe of ourselves, and: of much, just give a-sixth or a "fourth aear to us; that we simply pass 1 according to your means." He Wins or You Lout V Mr. Roosevelt, discussing in" Milwau- the students of the Univer- of Toronto, and tried to.convince tnem and 'the public of Ontario tnrough the reports of his speech in tiie public press that the Nationalists what'was going, on. what literature was being scattered among the people, who were speaking and what was being -said. They even go so far as to-deny the accuracy ot were as British, or more so, man j tne reports of their" own speeches in Leaner, the people of Ontario or any I aourassa's own paper Le Devoir otter, person in Canada, that the Na-j now things be? 'It seems nonalists were not opposed to a navyjas though it is impossible lor >trat to the management of it as pro- posed by Laurier, and that there was not the slightest thought or annesa- men to get away from the .responsi- bility of their own actions and of those who- acted under their command, and tioa' or independence in their minda j in-their interests. It may not be Bonrassa has tried to give out the j they intended to be disloyal. same idea, and says ie is going to make a tour of Ontario to prove it .to the people of that province. Monk gets hot and wants to light when he is accused of being -disloyal. .But these speeches and actions do fit in with the speeches and ac- them the benefit of the doubt If they did not; they have a very different idea of loyalty "from, what most peo- ple have, and have very little -under- standing of the people among whom they live, -and 'of what opinions and judgments people will form from what oons of the same men when they were they say and do. If thev are not hereafter the words arej -An injured miner was to be become obsolete j friend how one of these 'amb'ulance -so far as the Journal is joncerned. Side-Lights The Mystery "1 aint says the farmer, "Wno's gettin' the stuff." T aint says .the packer, chasers' was going to bring-suit .for tnem. "He's working for me on a contin- the miner said. is-a (Contingent fee, dojyou know, I 'Sure, I I "If you lose the case your get jnotarng, and if you win .get (nothing." ficance. The sessions of the Com-! mons are hardly .noticed, everything! nas paled-into insignificance before; the consideration of the great question! "Can the Tigers lick Letnbridge can now go ahead E.S last as it likes to put in a plant !.o -dis- pose of tiie sewage. In justice to the people who live along the river below Ths list of telephones that have 1 been Installed in the short time since! the last directory was issued shows! progress in the city. -Medicine Hat is going to do the grand on the twenty-sixth, when thev take charge of the opening of the Alberta Clay Products plant it js said that they are preparing to seat two thousand people at the banquet -Medicine Hat has'the knack oTdoin? tne entertaining stunt right up to the minute. The race for seats in the council will not be in it for a minnt tne sewer outlet, the city should get cltement with the race that 7s starN Dusy on the project at once. ing to catch the Herald automobile. There does not seem to be an awful rush of aldermanic candidates com- ing forward with their platforms to present to the people. There are eleven candidates for three aldermanic seats. Some people tfiink that is rather too many. There is a danger of the vote being so badly split up that the best men will not te elected. iisit, Crippen. Urippen did not'need to Confess to -persuade people-of-his guilt. When asked for a comment on the recent political campaign, Roosevelt smiled and said; "Every dog has fiis -day, but .the cats have the nights." Just what he meant is not exactly clear. But New York must look as tfarfc as night to him and the Demo- have it Down in Ontario the W-Hngual school question has sunk into insigni- When a labor delegation comes be- fore a government they generalh-j know just about what they want and 1 generally know how to present their claims. The delegation that met. Pre- mier Sifton at the capital this week was no exception to the rule. Medicine Hat 4s conducting a pub- licity campaign in Philadelphia. That is going far afield all right, -but they claim to -be getting good results. Canadian fishermen got nearly thlr- ty.million dollars, worth of fish darimr the last-fiscal a record. That is not .fishing and only bites and an appetite. Had Grippen committed -his murder in the United States he would still be alive consulting with his lawyers as to whether he had a brainstorm or not or else would have been waiting for some point of law to be settled that really did not exist, except in the imagination of a c-tever lawyer. Brit- Is sure and swif{ THE ARNOLD AEROPLANE is foredoomed to drop Its godfather, for his sins, from an altitude of. 499 feet onto a muddy crossing, which" should have been as dry as this ad. and while he is dropping he will probably be thinking of that other great, man, Me- Ginty, who remains Very sad, indeed, but, we .live in the present and are kept busy selling AEROPLANES and Lowneyfs autos and prayer, books, locomo- tives and chewing gum, fire engines and Seidlitz Powders. 349 kinds of dolls and 4 kinds Eye Openers, magic lan- terns and fine tooth combs, smokers' sets and Castoria, oil paintings and. poker chips. Picture Books, Picture Blocks, Black Boards and Games, Wagons. Sleighs, Runners, -Shoo-Flys, Rocking Horses, Etc. We have everything for Dolls? Yes, we said 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 had proposed to Solomon and was sent back home sez she, "The half 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 about to say. Oh! for the .wind of a Leth- bridge .potentate! THE EED CKOSS DRUG BOOK Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Radpatn St. Day and Night BIS Nlflfn Bell Picture Framtr. 1'his dates back some "out' still of application, President Cleveland's ;and Secretary Hoke's colored man! jwere exercising their, masters' horses out on a country road, and a dispute as to what is the best Thine; in the world. Finally they made a bet of a dollar! ion it. _ -1 "Well, is, the bes.T thing, in asked -.Cleveland's man. "Koas1 possum and sweet jsaid Hoke Smith's man. said Cleveland's man, dra jging at the-bridle. He jumped to The j ground, seized Smith's man- the leg, and dragged him to the dust "Take says he, lamming him on the neck. "You misible black ras- cal! Yo' aint leave me nuffin to guess at." He was a New Yorker visiting In a South Carolina village, and he sannt- ered up to a native sitting- in front of the general store, and began a, con- versation. 'Have you heard about the new man- i ner in which the planters are going to 'pick their cotton, this he in- quired. I "Don't believe I answered the "Well, they have decided to import a lot of monkeys to do the rejoined the New Yorker. "Monkeys learn readily. They are thorough workers, and obviously they will save tneir employers a small fortune oth- erwise expended in wages." ejaculated the native, "and about the time this monkey 'brigade is beginning to work smoothly, a lot of you fool Northerners will come tearing down here and set 'em free." A good, solid type of Western" "On- tario gentleman not long ago 'told of toe only time when he had been gizjity of profanity.; He and a friend had gone nshing; and for gome time luck was dead against them.. At last, how- ever, they seemed to be about at tne one time the reward for their patience. Both corks .were 'bobbing tjeautiruiry, and it was in-the-excite- ment of the moment that the man who wss very careful of his lauguage was trapped into a lapse. "I've got a-----good said 'the rriend eagerly, and with fully as much: eagerness, the man who never had in unprintable talk, whispered- room Modern Cottage with feet on JBiirdett Street in Block C. terms. 7 room semi-modern house on Burdett Street, easy terms. cash, balance 7 room thoroujgrhly modern house, hardwood floors, fire place in iweli- district of corner OdurtfcCnd aiifl Williams; J4200, If you want a.'lfciise this witfari- itfer the wants of the most particular f Grle streets, cash or terms made to Lethbridge Hotel Block a month Without Interest and Without tf 1150.08 PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phbne 1291 WESTERN CANADA tTIX Phone 712 -IstVAwnue South Phone 712 These are Some Lines We Carry in Stock -Lubricating Oils Gasoline Engine Gasoline (White Rose) Kerosene Mining Tools of all kinds Wire K.ope Wrought Iron and Pipe Fittings, all sizes to 6 in. Globe, Gate, Angle and Check Valves Tool Steel Wel1 Casing to S in, Dynamite, Blastisg Powder, Fuse, Caps, etc. Electric Fuse and Exploding Batteries Dry Batteries Force and Steam Pumps Blacksmiths' Coal Horse Shoes, Toe Caulks, Two Carloads Bar "Iron Pick, Hammer, Axe Han'Slea Blacksmiths' Hardwood Cotton Waste Steam and Suction Hose Pipe Mac-bias Bolts Leather and Acetylene. Lamps Ready Roofing Asbestos and Keene's Cement Wall Wood FiBre Plaster Plaster of Paris" Firebrick and .Fireclay Building Paper Wire Nails v JL VjJL X 1 THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE More money will be made on tke mvestmcnir in Pincher City in less time than m any real estate pro- position on tke market. Invest now. For prices. and terms enquire G ALVIN-H ATFIELD GO OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block Phone U25 LeftbriHge, Alta. o ;