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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIBGE DAILY HERALD HERALD OeOBfMBCR- -1QOT Published by the Ltd., cTery lawful office, Crmbb; Street, Lethbridge, AJberta, Canada W. A. PHONE: amij News.Dept. 1224 f ;PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 .here'Vould a good thing. When Americans in the States 1 reliable information about some of th'e yarns favorable or otherwise they would write ".to the association, and know that they would get it right Calgary TJniversity made a- nice-yis- ion for.-its, promoters." But when they Saturday, November 1 year, delivered .'.......54.00 C months, delivered S months, delivered l.oo I month, delivered ,35c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES l.-year, by mail S months, by S months, by mail .......S5a as'often but both'iifcw and old .must be _ WEEKLY HERALD nesday in eight .or mere pages, ace contains aarys of of the local and-district; I 51-50 T" S -Honths, te- advance____50e 6 ....75c THE DAILY HERALD n- v'er ..Prsnbrook, B, Book-Store, J. G. Robert- son Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Coi, R. W. Pincher J. Mitchell D.JX'McCrea. Bros. Drua Book Co. B. 7 Grassy Tugham. _ thainond I D'Arc's TJrag" Northam Vancouver, B. J Brows ,319 4th, St Afso.on all.C. P. R. trains. Varsity is the main sub- ject of anxiety and "odds to-day in'On- tario and in the minds of Ontarians from home. In Doubt perplexing- days when you get a good dinner you don't know whether your wife wants a gown or the cook is af- had r0 get brass tacks before the legislature they saw that they ChrlBtmag present, had not much-of a proposition after ail.-" The Point of View "Do you believe that woman is ae j bid AB the queried the fair From Other Sanctums Electric .Power Jn .Lcthforidge (Toronto Saturday. Night) in the city Altsu, the electric light, and .power, .plant wae originally installed and owned- by a private .company. The .rapid growth of the city was soon; driving the plant, which had sufficient for several .utmost capac- ity. The municipal owner- ship, which a stronghold...in fejojjEied tie old "it depends in the inorn ing one sees .Jitr." "May I ask you a "Yes. 1 hope it is a for I'm. very "It is, "Well, is "What makes people ask questions Herald. "Did you hear what happened at Bag ley's what ".He took douro .an old pistol he had about the house for years, playfully snapped the triggeir at liis thinking it wasn't' 6 room Modern Cottage witH 75x125 feet on iurdett Street in Block C easy terms. 7 room seiai-modern house oil Burdett Street, 100x142% ft. oii Barttett near Lonij easy terms. room floS toe place to weu- residential dfctrict of comer Courtland and Williams; fin j easy Koad( cagh wer ithe wants oJ the most particular buyer 50x125, corner Ernest mnd Charles streets, cash or to "Good. heavens i" "Well, it -New York "Even- LETHBRIDGE OjSE most TesuJ of the Ro, al Commission on technical ei. will be i- recommendation tha several technical schools be esta-'o throughout the country. Ther should .-be. at least one. in each prov ince -where there is none at present. it for'grani that one ;wffl established in -Ai and: should take steps'to per soade- -the powers thai -be that Leth -Bridge Is the it should be located, A campaign should be in create a-public that wffl te as nearly iious as .for the school Get the people to think of 1-ethbridge and the technical school .at one and the .same time, get the in. opmion school is-secured. -.It-needs only'the -presentation of the facts.' There is no other place in. the province .that is such a centre of in- dustries -for which''technical educa- tion has the greatest benefits. It is centre .'of the greatest coal mining the province, and "no other in- the .West, was coming- jstrongiy. to the front in the and- pur-, chased the plant .with.its existing Haes j ihg World, and connection as it stood. T4ie -city also owns the water and sys- tem, the Trater being ..pumped from the river into the lift of some 350 feec. In order -to be -in a position ..to-supplythe light, -the power for this. AND A TECHNICAL SCHOOL pumping ..other electrical i is the centre of "the 9ower U3ed .a modern. _ija 1 miles an hour, along a road -lined with 'derive greater-benefits' 'from, technical education as tfie -would provide. In addition to province; -'Dry farming1' is the most scientific .-method there is, and hence .has-the greatest need for technical ed- ucation of. .those who engage in it. .Suited Him "Where do you keep the scorching we asked of the devil. "Haven't piie surprises replying-. "Let in one a. ago, and sentenced him to run at 60 great scientiuc farmins area of uP-to-date ;piant has been in- stalled at rthe river, bottom: 'This coiistables armedi.-with pitchforks and irifles, and he grinned and said plant i equipped. 'lighly As at; present constitat-ed, it is capable of generating some JSTp -oae -dqabts for a minute that i has, been- construct-, on plan, .with, the- neces- ..With-its railway .and foundations' now enough-for him." "What is your last name, my asked the'teacher of the new pupilj a "frightened-lbbking youngster. ;bf s, cheap'fuetatits doors, Lethbridge bound to-be a manufacturing. city. connection .iechnical ed- u-caaon is a real necessity, and a great :There-is iio other city in the prov- nee that can- produce--such an abun- dance of 'Obvious _ reasons why it should have, a technical schooL The time to" -staxt_ persuading the people "f this is to start presenting the facts conversation, in cdr- espondence, 5n -the "press, in every ray7 keep fact -before them all the that .is the logical ocation tor" the school. There is no getting busy after some other city with fewer'and smaller claims has goV iJ3.fi. starL_ -vThe. thing, is', to .get the i constructed for ;the, .installation' of some half dozen years. "TommyJ "Tommy "Tommy Tompkins." The -question, M .the. cost of this j- ?our power has. not yet been aefinitelr set-! to record -book, the reason-h.eing- that: in-'.the or- more machinery ;at any .time it may be needed, which will; double the aeity of the slant tMs -toesfir Qf tM wks expected to early- in- -the -spring December oM H and lighting" enter-j city and be lavorable to sore and unfavor- trine over ?500.00 per foot front There are ten -bauics located here and a clearing-house has -been recent- ly established, the results of which show a healthy Business activity. Jr-om the province. in a much larger counter-claim, certainly occasioned much damage to the province. If President Clarke seeks damages Jor the loss of: his railway. Dr. Ruth should come onto him for dam for the loss of the premiership; ...-Now, wouldn't. Jfichener have -been an awkward if the Lieutenant- Governor had called on Mr. Cushing -to form a government? Leader of the Opposition, and supporter of the pre- mier would surely have been a dual position worthy of the imagination of a novelist Premier SJfton was "not at home" to W. R. Clarke when he called. By the bobs up in one or two more political positions: he as well as the rest of the .people will come to the conclusion that lie does Jmow wh.at politics he Iiaa, if. he has any. It.was. moan for R. B, Bennett to ask Captain Bernier has -been heard! from, but he does not claim to have? discovered the pole. When he does he will bring it back with him proof. for There is put into The in Canada celebrat- ed Thanksgiving Day On Thursday Jhey are thankful that they are in t'aaada. Macleod is to have an historical so- ciety. That good move, all kinds of history to be shape in this southern country" The seed fams in Southern towns are proving great successes. Good or bad years Southern Alberta always produces the quality. Another step has been made towards giving Pincher Creek a railway the Creek.. Cardstoirand Montana railway having got its charter. Cheers for, Pincher. _A Canadian-American nuaociaUon' Electors and Non- Electors of the City of Leth- bridge The usual question pre- sents itself to. each oce of us shall I send or give to him or her at this Christ- inas season, hdt "a 'reminder or a dead past, but as ever living present-, the Gift to humanity nineteen hundred and ten years ago? v And where shall I-find At the Cross! we shall meet you hourly, tell you where to find it, and help to select it; then we shall store it for you free Of charge until-the great, natal day. Red Cross Drug Book Co. The Headquarters of'Santa Glaus Alberta prises, also the Royal Securities Cor- poration which he is now president It would be somewhat dif- ficult to give a complete list of the enterprises which Mr. Aitken. has or- iginated, put npoh a; suc- cessful basis. The Demerara Elecrxic! Company, the Trinidad Electric. Com- j ._ pany, and the Camaguey Company, of.: Camaguey, Cuba, were among the con-1 cerns outside of Canada which owe: their being and success to Mr. Aitken's genius for organization. In Canada Mr. Aitken's fertile brain has not only conceived new" water uwwer concerns, but several large and useful industrial enterprises as. well. He organized.the Standard Ideal Com- pany, bf Port Hope, Ont, the Rhodes Curry Car concern of Amherst, N. and afterwards creating the Canadian Car and Foundry Company, gary Power Company, which will fur- Without Interest and Without LOO PER For fall information, call or address P. CXBox 1979 Sherlock Building Phbne 1291 WESTERN CANADA ilD. Phone 7J2 Sooth These are Softie Lines We Carry in Lubricating-Oils Gasoline Gasoline Rose) Kerosene Minim: Tools of all Wire Hope Wrought Iron Pipe, Black and Galyaniwd- Plpe Fittings, all sizes V. Globe, Gats. Angle and Tool Steel Well Casing to.8 in. T..... Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Fuse, Electric Fuse and Exploding Batteiiey Dry Force-and Steam Pumps- Blacksmiths' Coal Horse Shoes, Toe Two Carloads '..T Pick, Hammer, Axe Handles" Blacksmiths' Hardwood' Cotton Steam and Suction -Hose-Pips' -k f: Carriage and Leather and A-cetylene Lamps Ready .Roofing Asbestos and KeeaeVCement Wall Feit Wood Fiin-e Plaster. Piaster of Firebrick and Fireclay- Building-Paper Wire Nails AN ONLOOKER AT THE CAPITAL about its greatness; the members-lis-iraittea of bUt TQe come toe sociar duties. sometimes urged in a political