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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fME CMK.Y is, PAGE NINE Will Be THE BEST Residential District m Lethbridge Lots There While They Are Cheap worth a ation thinking about The Price is only Terms: cash, balance quarterly or monthly SKEITH AND TILLEY Pleasant and Palatable -our beverages are tKe drink par ex- Strictly .pure and highest .grade, the quality never varies. "There are others." but none better. Cool- Hng, refreshing, wholesome and agree- able. Our sarsapaxilla, ginger, ale, lemon eo4a, etc., have gained a lepu- tation accorded to none others. Bot- tled in absolute cleanliness. Purity guaranteed. The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Comoany, Ltd. Spectacular Comet Returning After Seventy-Five Years Absence (The following and four articles to follow, telling something of this re- markable phenomenon, have been pre- pared for -the Toronto Daily Star by Professor Frederick Campbell, of the Brooklyn Institute.) Coming from a distance of 000 miles greater than that of the most remote planet and returning absence of 75 years, we can trace the movements of this great comet, already discovered in our sky, and soon to be seen for months by everyone. It is true that the comet's motions are followed only in our im- ter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptvne. Be- fcveen Mars and Jupiter there is' a swarm of little worlds, known as as- teroids, not less than 500 via number. The first fovr planets named are small. The other four are large. Those, nearest the sun travel most swiftly; those farthest tlie most slow- ly. Mercury is seldom." seen, because so'close to the sun as usually to be lost in-its bright rays. Venus is the brightest star in the heavens, and the nearest" to the earth. Mars is the world suspected of being inhabited because of its "canals." Jupiter is mediate vicinity. But the curve our largest planet. Saturn is the which it makes while within our view wonderful world girdled with rings, proves the curve that it. must make Uranus and Neptune are not seen ex- while beyond, so that we are able cept with the telescope. These plan- to track the monster, as if we "saw it every day for the 75. years.. We need first to understand the ar- rangement of the members the so- lar system, to which both the comet and the earth belong: At! the centre ets shine only with the sun's reflected light. All. other stars are suns. Avoids Stars Easily The planets travel not perfect cir- cles, but ellipses, -a little longer one way ?han the that its path may run nearer the sun in one direction and further back into the other, than that of any planet. As Halley's comet is usually about 75 years in making its complete or- bit, it is travelling back to the sun from its .most distant point, as "aphelion." Though it comes from a much creator distance than Neptune, it makes no approach to'that its path bearing off by quite an angle. Hence, as it draws near, we do not need to think of it as passing any planet before Jupiter. Editor of Weekly Herald Dear presume myJas may have met with some adverse cri- ticism, and still I have .somewhat' more to say that may not be alto- gether palatable to the R.N. ;.T. M But it is seldom that much good j comes way without some. Opposi- tion. In fact, r believe that it is an established law in life, whether tem- poral or spiritual, that good is the all the planets travel, so that, when j greatest hindrance to the best. I calculations show that it crossed that Canada is a great and But, as it approaches the sun, it also rises to that general plane on which piter's path about March 15, we are interested to know' it. 1909, The 1 sood countrv, and that we have good _______________________ __ _____ _ t two bodies were then distant and Sood law-makers, and -pod the sun about miles. S officers to enforce the laws, but ".vit There was then an immense space to {must be remembered that we are in cover and an immense number of as-L new country, and I is teriods to Rass; but, as an ocean lin-, irnprovement in the laws as er avoids the fishine fleet off the coast of Newfoundland, so the comet! at Present stand' as We" steers to one side and runs no risk tending the boundary over which they are brought into force and besides emphasizing what I said in my last of collision. And now the comet is in sight, still far beyond the orbit of Mars, is sun; round about this body, in one end of the1 two foci of each concentric paths, revolve eight plan- eclipse, nearer one end than the oth-; having been first detected on Septem- letter to the effect that a judge should see the end of a criminal case, and see that no just man's character ets. These, in the order of their dis-; er the 'sim is found. A periodical :her 11 by Professor Wolf of Heidel- tahce from the sun, are as follows: comet-also travels an ellipse, but berg, Germany. Tt will not cross> i law, I also wish to say that we want is defamed through the power of the Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupi- inuch moire flattened or eccentric, so Mars' path till about February 1910, moire than two months after m How would You like to make to per acre on Land that You can now we have begunHp see it with the na- ked eye. Steadily Increasing in speed .by March 31 it is due to cross the path of the earth. It dashes across the orbit of Venus" about Apifil 36, and on May 10 is at its nearest to the srn, swinging ah- out that body at a distance of miles therefrom :and moving at top speed. Now it begins its retreat back into 27 more of the law brought into action. Although I am sometimes charged' of "speaking evil of still I would like to see a law honored which "would be a terror to evil- doers and vthe praise of them that do and for this cause I would beg to ask :_ Why was there no inquest over the" body of the man who died about the middle of last month while On his way home to his homestead in Tp. 12, R. 18 Of. course, his resi- dence was'not in the Lethbridge dis- holiday Windows Will pull Big Business if you take pains to make them attractive. Our Holly Tines, Wreaths, Sprays, Bells and Artificial 'Palms an.d Pla'nts will assist you to liave tlie best windows in town. Ask us for any information vre can give, along the-lines of Holiday "Window Displays. Our Show Booms are a picture and you are as welpome to visit them as tlie Mistletoe in December. See us for your Table Decorations. Let us get down to a right gladsome time. We can decorate your house and make it an Earthly Paradise for a mere song.. I The Ensign Coy. I Acadia Block P. 0. B.I 1817 Leittridfe space. About May 30 it is again crossing Venus' path, and the 16th of.trict, but the place where he is said This is no dream. All we want is a chance to substantiate dur statement. Nowadays it is no use in advertising unless we can produce the goods. Don't think we are advertising for fun, nor do we want to take you en a wild goose chase." We have land that will please you, and the climate to back it up. You may think that these are strong statements, but There are no Greater Opportunities offered in the West to-day than what the Eraser Valley offers Watch our window for the display of products grown in the Fraser Vailey, which are expected here in the course of a few days irrigation necessary. The best Market in Canada for all your produce. Seme of our lands less than one hour's run from Vancouver. Every facility offered for shipping is an extract from one of Earl Grey's speeches made at the opening of the Provincial Exhibition, New Westminster "I hope I am doing no injustice to the otliex parts of this Fair Dominion when I say that ho part of its wide and beautiful extent: has captivated, my heart and fancy more than has yonr beautiful Province of British Columbia; never have I visited any portion of the World, which has filled my heart with a greater desire to establish my permanent home in its.midst than has j.our province of British Gall in and get our proposition. If you live out of town, drop us a card, when information will be cheerfully furnished -Weyburn Realty Ci. Ltd Ground Floor Offices r.ext Balmoral Hotel, Round Street, Lethbridge Phone 122 June the earth's. Mars' orbit is re- crossed about the middle of and Jupiter's a year later. The comet will then be regarded as past history for it will have gone from view, both telescope and camera failing to report anything further. But so exact are the operations of mathematics that on any day, and at any hour, a skill- can tell just where the cornet is, how fast it is going, and how near it is to the sun or the N I nearest planet. i No Collision With Earth i We have spoken of the comet as j twice crossing the earth's path. It is manifest that the earth and coaiet- "might happen to meet at one of these crossing points. Hence a collision, do you say? I ivill discuss that In a later article. But according the calculation followed above, the earth j 3> j will be at the first crossing, About Oc- to have died was. officers in Taber, Perhaps the peace- who were inquired of about an investigation, were too tender-hearted to probe old sores. The R.N.W.M.P. will probably think I have a grudge against them, and so I have'to a certain extent, and I will out with it. One of them reported through your paper on one occasion last summer, "that he had been to this country and could see only a few bachelors' or to this effect. I have often wondered why he wrote, j or said such. Had I seer, anything j like that in a paper in my own coun- j try I could have immediately identi- j fied the writer from the remarks as j the last of the "Sons of but then, I have been assur- ed time and again that neither lying j nor grafting, "nor naught that de-j fifeth can ever enter Alberta." Then one thought, he must have been near- I was assured for another week. In closing this let- ter, permit me to say that we want the Mounted Police, when they risit us next summer, to call at a "shack" and have a good square meal; and also to open their eyes and look on our wheat fields, and we also want them to either tell the truth or say nothing when they return. We also want a coroner. Some man may have a grudge against me because of what I am writing, and bring me home dead some night and say that I got a8 quart o! whisky and drank it hy the way and died. I know, if such happened, that some of 'youi readers would say, don't matter, it's on- ly ignoramus that's dead." But the same thing might happen to your cor- respondent, and wouldn't that be a loss. Again thanking you in antici- pation for space, Yours respectfully, IG-NORAMTJS. silver and gold. It is offered for c--jn .petition yearly, the pro- perty of the winning, ship until it is defeated. NIGHT SCHOOL Thoroufh instruction in Commercial and Shorthand' branches, Civil Service and Ebfftiflfa. 'For particnlans phone or Geo. J. Schmidt, PrincipaL Gtrfautt 1315 P.O.Box 1291 r.r on 1909 at sighted, but again, C As the will i ttat all .candidates for the R.N.W.M. he at those same points on April .1. j and ..Tune it is clear that the two must miss each by a I P. have to stand an ocular test or i examination, and that they must bo i all the same and alike "without spot j or blemish." Why did he make such j Mav the comet, is expected to reach.} a statement public through the press? j Hie nearest point to the earth's path, We had a policeman .with us here on j and Ili6 two wide margin. About the middle of weeks be near each other. The some Lethbridge have been about miles; or 24 times the distance of the moon but the absolutely impossible to go twice It is is no T.'. s tin 1st of last, and I know that i of the. Mounted Police from j nearest possibility of.- approach is iA-tnonQge aavt- this j country as far as Tp. 18, R. 18, and so far ..into, the; country via Sundial i cnmnt will never be less than that, distant from our. globe. manifest, therefore, that there i ihing to dread. j At its last visit to our sky, the acres or more, enough comet was visible from August 5. j country look glorious. 1S35, to May 5, 1836, a period of no can appeal to the travelling corres- last Summer, and not see the coun- j try studded with magnificent wheat in as much as 80 MARYLAND WON PRIZE FOR GUN SCORES Spokane, Wash., Nov. Von L. Meyer, secretary of the navy, has advised Levi Grant Monroe, sec- retary of the Spokane chamber of commerce, that the massive silver trophy presented by that organiza- tion, has been Unit- ed States ship Maryland, which at- tained with its turret guns a score higher than any othet vessel la the navy. The Tennessee of the Pacific squadron, won the trophy last year in a lively competition off the coast j of California; when David T. Ham. first vice president of the chamber of commerce, made the presentation. During the recent contest the Wash- ington appeared to be in the running to capture the prize, having defeated the Tennesses, but the full reports from the Atlantic squadron showed that the Maryland had the best sin- ners. The trophy, a large cup sop? ported by guns and by sailors in ac- tion, is composed of ounces of Banking Service The Bank of Toronto, its ample and widsly- eitended banking facilities, its experience of more than, 50 years of banking inCariadaJ and its well-known financial strength, is able to give its many customers an "unex- celled banking service. Yotir Account at this Bank, whether large or small will receive careful attention Interest paid on Savings Deposits Capital Rest SANK OF TORONTO INCORPORATED 1855 Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHERN, Mgr. to make I think our Icss than nine months. It is for some such "Tength of time that mankind will again look upon-this stupendous spectacle. Only with the some arc already enjoying what the rest must .see for a briefer .time with the naked eye. For months, how- ever, -everyone will be favored. "For a comet is not like a meteor, flashing and expiring nor like an eclipse, a matter of very few minutes or hours, and visible only in certain quarters of the earth. Croup is most, prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children should be prepared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Chsmbf-rlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed thfm. Sold by all druggists. pondent of the. "HeratS" for corro- boration of this statement, and also for evidence that is both "ac- commodation" and "hospitality" in this country for a wayfaring man. At that particular time we were trying to interest some railway men and M.P.'s about the construction of a railway' in this district, and we sure- ly did not like to sec such a state- ment from the pen of a policeman. We can now give proof of the yield of wheat fields around Sundial in fig- ures, and! such figures would be no disgrace to Alberta. No wonder I have a grudge, against the Mounted Police. T have something more to'say about this statement from another stand- point, but as T have already tres- passed on I shall keep my fur- ther remarks on this subject in store, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO B. I. WALKER, Preiident LAIRD, General Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, Branches throughout Canada, and in the States and England SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards are received and interest allowed at current rates. Accounts be opened in the names of two or persons and made by'any .-f- one of them or by the survivor. 124 Lethbridge branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager ;