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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta HOW UNCLE SAM 09 PRICES CREAM BAKIN6POWDER No Alum, No Phosphate oi Lime [Canadian's Views-Compared With Canadian and British of President and Congreiss-'-Canada Has Best of Both British and United States matron his merits, tends'to the boss system, .powers, and con- sequently emoluments, accruing to the man who can swing .the party. Be- low the State legislatures come die judges, district attorneys, mayors, state engineers, justices of'the on- tha' are elected by the peo- Pie._ The. elective system, it will be seen, is carried much, further than in Canada, and with results that are op- en to doubt for their wisdom. Jt may be added, 'as me result of considerable observation aud touch- ing a point on which Canadians have i had.much to say. that, although" poll- ticaily uxe- Criittd "States in spots sinks to abysmal degradation, its The been asked a reputation that "will for a Saturday. November AS A BEVEBAGE e- of late: What is the difference eea the sy.sieqj cf the United States and that of Canada, or even oi" Great. Britain? The sub- ject receives renewed interest. compare with that of the President, who has' to go through the- turmoil of in indulgence, but ood deal h once j, roused, they, pursue their political of I an Section and ".undertake' arduous fenders with .an HAS AT0 EQTJAL s the the reserve vitality creates of sreiigth. But see you get a fund campaigns throughout the country, [ness .and A peculiar feature of the adians election is that-the people do not the political upheaval in the .recent] for mem-bers Congressional elections, resulting -iniOi' wiiat is'called the Electoral Coi- lege.-- Tin's is-a, body- of rnea corres- ponding- in -districts and 'n'um-bers- to' Congress, but 'having no 'other -busi-" ness: than to choose the President prospective changes in American poli- cy, aud also from..the to take place in-Great'Britain. The American .school-boy has been j dissolve. .This is a 'roundabout taught to believe his country was the Wa-v -of Beeping- Congress entirely iriv ;only real abode of democracy and'lib- dePendent.of the-President., and" cor- up.tfae matter-or telephon ferry TO be found This: as resPonds-in, a remote degree-with1 the an .impartiaJity, remorselessness. tha: Caa- il. 0. Ham-i niond in Toronto Globe. INTERCHANGE OF RATES- Nor. concluding f ;ssion of the Manitoba Union of Mun-In legalities was.held this afternoon ane _ ____i t Aiicnei. accident j Constable Bolger has been more ser iqus. than at first anticipated. A smal broken ant weeks before IEIROUGHTHE iBLUE GOGGLES race at [Henderson-Park.- of .a political leader under the ad system ,b.y: caucus pf the, elect- meet next year at Brafidon. A. resolution -was carried that the interchange of the has 1 be at least fit for-dutv. Acarrs made a good move in changing-..the, time of the year the asses scient is made. "Bv chang- ing It to the fall oi" the year'the new- council ain ascertain "almost at once ;we all know, is; a- gross--exagt circles the last week and all ovit or- though the'-revolution had E "at the sew grounds at oirih iu a desire for freedom fromjed of. the'.people. -A committee ojjv.-nac was, then a: rather despotic go vJ The. 'Control -.of Legislation eminent 'in England, the Americans I Stale, no jnatter what its size ver, Aid. 'liatch, ami Tied tlieillselves to a written, constltn-; or populaiiou, has r.wo Senators.. but neer, spent an' afternoon out at .the UOB- in Io4-years has had only! Representatives are 'elected -'i'r6rn recently-- and they, do. say spree fifteen amendments; On arid" their number is based was the heli-to pay. The ptfcer hand. Great Britain's govern-! on' population. -while Idaho -has torthe greater intelligence of' the pe'o-lsblp is The. Vice-president, finds pie rapVdlty. j his chief usefulness o-vef mains yer to, beTdone'. in..the-Old larrd. [the Senate, while the House of'jReore- ernment and municipally :owned sys- terns. Reeve P. ,.Forke. of Pipestone, wag- elected president for the ensuins year. consultation about the laying out-., the track. Who is to blame it is hard to it- the "city councU.who had charge of g in the ad- mem bet in the Hojise, New itself' has while -the totoi'.member- work, not vice or- members oi iiow mucl t money it- can afford to prbpaze its.-plans for the sea- son s woi -k and D'X Its appropriation I f Avitnout delay: Under the old'way j "letting it go -to inlusummer, the! first sis have in-! :iahiy. before 'the es-i Or. the a I for not advice to DRAYMEN'S MEETING j An important meeting of the liceus- j ed draymen of the city is to" be held i this evening: in the 'Brodie Block, i at- 8 o'clock sharp. All 'draymen are! A deputation, from the Michel min union attended the-Royal Commis sion, at Ferhie iu. connection with the establishment ,of technical and indus trial, schools. Sleighing- has .been indulged-in by m.any during-the week. ,A -nighc school for foreigners "has been-started under the charge of- A Matusky. and there has been a satisfactory '.attendance'for .the week, attend.. Tlie local. team, were unfortunate to but -its ills economic rather a comirmee to the city in ine_ mat- Lack of Elasticity-in U. S. System The of the British or the j Canadian government is" .one sentatires elect a' Speaker, who for non. The system-.-seems to encourage despotism: -at any rate, the autocracy of "Uncle Joe'' Cannon, and his itmztes were prepared, ,'nme moutifls before The assessing has It appears City Engineer Ar- being a race horse iC7" t- JJ V1 T of its advantages when compared the interests and WILL SUE THE CITY FOR DAMAGES A claim. lor under the Act. nas compensation "s Compeu- made to ;iose the. Crahan CupTby .the.'odd goal. coierpan only managed to snatch the J, j victory at the last minute. The .Michel had' six of their usual players missing. Magistrate .J. T. -S. Alexander dis- posed, of several small debt cases yes- j. j terday. SKIPPED OUT WITH v EMPLOYER'S MONEY -41- Aiiuiiei, .has -absconde'd from 'the'town .with upwards of a thousand belonging to, one of business men, for whom he V.was collecting .accounts. "T" "hatl been sold to tiro of s-foriiler employees. Fred.. .Pomaliac was broujit-'before the. court on a charge of-Wife assault rnfe case was .latterly withdrawn" as tne.partles agreed to a mutual separa- on; the wife to have pogsesfion-of'the GASOLINE FATALITY i Jiineau, Alaska. Nov. that of the-. republic. -Uncle Sam's fore proceeding to lay out the track; I elected beeii camp Icr-ed, fehc tax rate fixed read up all the bo ok "lore oa the sub-j1115 House of Representative jecfc he coiild lay ills'hands-on. tlvo. aud the Senate aad the fax demands sent out. It- ,-io A- E. Humphries, 'who for the'council1 -s always been closely .connected if wishes, to arrange that- taxes be Iwuh 'in, Lethb ridge and paid' semil-annuaHy .instead of annual-i from nm -the correct dimen- ly, -witho'ut increasing the of I ,for a .'half.mfle -the stab to any appreci-1 He also wrote and secured iblc ext-eht. Such a schem-e would be irom a prominent Calgary.; race much appreciated, particularly (flors.e man. But no-one-thought- TO "tin ft Tt'rt ff Tvibn Tr-'Pi fi SPIV "STlVT nl tl CT_" I." T tv A ._t_ men -who form such a bv'the _ ._. large propof tion oi Lethbridge's sllSciently raised so that "the .paying-pop-iilation. And it would feet would be visible __ much more convenient for nearly all i Cages' and the grand "stand f.ho r, hnlf wax" IS composed of men-chosen by the var- ious State legislatures, two from each State, one-third" of- them eacli second for' terms of -usually six years: reactionary, was no contributing- -to Ke'pubiicaa The Speaker's] power seerns to grow.mainly, from tie absence of- the' President froni leg- islative arena., Under the Canadian ampie. .the' 'Prime, Minister's -presence The "date of thT UnTteS him the auto- States is arbitrarily fixed -by lf be Is -re-, stitution, and though President t0 keeping, the tract i has now- to "deal -witii-a Democratic from the ratepayers- to pay a half of tiie ,way.around the track. Conse-, the engineer proceeded taxes in the spring, ami a hall ia "the j to a regular and intelligent use and J. (I n n fu in Co. ltd. af tht bett For Sale at all Drug Stores, One Dollar Size are Guarantetd. SPECIAL AGENT NOTE e Herpicide Co- bave arranged with th e leading hair dressers of the country-to models with description of the latest and most approved modes in hair dressing. Ladiee adopt styles, will enjoy tlae satisfaction of be ing in perfect vogue. ;