Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRTOGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, November the field so far are -Tuckwell, Til- his wife in five years, and Judge DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED .Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing' Co., Ltd., every lawfttf evesisg at its office, Crabb Suect, Leihbrfdge, Alberta, Canada W, A. AKD EDITGB PHONS: Editorial, Reportorial, .News Dept. 1224 and PHONE: Advertising Circulation 'and Job. Depts. l DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered i year, by mail 6 mouths, delivered___. J2.00 S months, delivered JO 1 month, delivered ........35c 6 months, by mail .......J 1.75 3 months, by mail Addresses changed as oites as desired, but both Baw and old addresses must be sivea. WEEKLY HERALD Pabjisfced every in eight or mere pages, aafi contains summarys of the news of weeic, local and district. 1 year, ID advance-----, ?1.50 'S" advance! months, ia. ixlvance j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- ion Co., Johnston Jade- son, -Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R.'W. Hamilton. Pinchcr J. MitchaU, D. L. iMcCrea. Bros. Drufc Book.Co. Ferriie, B. Cranbrook, B. Atchisoc. L. Relnecfce, Grassy T.ugham. ;0iamond D'Arc's Brug Store. M. Northam B. Wide .News Co. Brows 219-.4th SC-, Also on all C. P. R. and. Rusk. They have stated their platform's; President Clarke got lawyer Moss to present his case to the government. Why did he, not come, and present it to. the commission as he was required by the The British Parliament is dissolved. .Now tliey for the hottest elec- tion of many decades. Ascluuh has .got a great start on Balfour. The latter's tariff policy was turned down once a short time ago, and the people d his enemies', and shortly president.' Still "paraphernalia day" is not so easy to say as "dough day" at 1 a.m. Frazzle is no longer a figure of speech at Oyster Bay. It is a condi- tion that confronts the colonel. Charles Rann Kennedy, the author a the has become an American citizen. He took out his naturalization papers forswear ing allegiance to the British sover- eign in time ".to "vote at the recent el- ection Mr. Kennedy is a believer in socialism of the kind which he ad- vocates in "The Servant in the and the book is being husband is in the American con- in his propaganda for universal bro- salar service at Bristol. therhood.; Mrs. Annie TVakeman Lathrop is making a tour of country to study- American women for a group of London newspapers. She is now in California, and after finishing her .observations the west, she will go south and then east Mrs. Lathrop is an American- woman, who twenty-seven years ago ..went ..to London as a newspaper, correspondent. OF CANADA Capital, Rest cad Undiiifeii Pragts Total Assets Over Mail Your Deposits to us, with your Passi book, anctwe will return the book, tip. When 3'ou wish to withdraw Money, mail us the Pass-book, say how much you want, and we will send if to you at once. If you are far from a Banking Town you will find this service of ours a great convenience. Call and see our Manager about it. Main Office cor. Round Rcdpath Sti" I <3. R. TINNING Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. _____________Grassy Lake- -rJ. W. Saillie, Manager. FAME'S PATHWAY Ernest Rutherford, professor phy- sics in the University of Manchester, ;ts. the highest living authority on rad inactivity. He is credited with the dis- covery that all mattel- 'in its ultimate constituents is the same, and many of the problems of arrangement and com bmation have been solved Prpfessor Rutherford isrew Zealand in 1S71. was by "him. born, in he late Prince Francis of eck, bro- ther Queen Mary, was one of a group of great-grandchildren of (leorge Til. he surviving members of the group are the Queen, the Dulce of Teclt, Prince. Alexander" of rnd tne Duke of Cumberland. King Geo.ge V; and his sisters belong to a later generation. The first Duke of" Cum- berland of this line was the fifth son or George III. He succeeded ..in 1837 to throng "of Hanover, of 'K'h.icl! his son -.Vas deprived in 1866, .when THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-op Capital, Reserve, DRATTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES hove recently been completed the of this Sank able to issue Drafts on the principal points. In foticrwlng countries: Ireland Itmly Jmva Manchuria Mexico Norway Persia. PbillSptne; Fwland Fonnoca France Fr'cb Faroe Iriands DELAY m Great Britain Greece Holland Iceland India tCCUINQ. PARTICULARS Serria Stmtn" Straits Swttzcrfend Turkey 'West Indiea 173 and elMwbere ON Letftbrldge -Branch..- C.