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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Fasre The Lethbridgc Dally Herald, Saturday, October 1, IETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD oy the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. MANAGING PIBECTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jobbe the sub- ject of discussion iii Spokane next week, there is no'Chance of the speech es being dry. The increase in the custom receipts for the Dominion of Canada during the first half of the present fiscal year ssows conclusively that business is booming throughout the "whole country. LEADERS VERSUS BOSSES FIGHT 'being put up by Theo- -stance of the dore Roosevelt for -the people nej j After having such a difficult task selecting s. candidate for governor, the Democrats of New-York State will pro have a much difficult task is a leader. He taKes 1 to elect him. of the States against the people into his and is de-i There is no doubt but what the Dem itical bosses who have been exploit- mcnstrating the man who consid- 1 ocracs Of xew Vork state are praying ing them, for, a generation or, more is exciting" .tne admiration and- wonder ers the welfare of whole people a man RooseveU to lead their prererence 10 MS own selfish interests as he did the convention of ptiblic, not only in his own co'un j is the only kind of man whom thejo.f opponents. try, out in "every other -country -where people should put into positions of j j words that promise-to be ais-iJBut under the leadership of such men s the battle-cry of the masses j as Roosevelt and others, of ois kind the rights of the people-and systems j authority and honor.- -The bosses by or government are the suyjecc of I manipulating the people -by underhand thought. 'His .whole platform can be! and dark methods hare gained a foot- smained up in tSe "words >he recently i cold that will be hard to uttered, tone as of the people in their light'for fuller j who might be named, the people, in j liberty. He said: I wsorn. ultimately rests the "The leader leads, the-.boss-drives, j authority, will drive the The" leader iolds his place; by of business and rule in their own in- zhe cons-cience and appealing to the 1 terests. Once t2ie public conscience reason of his fellow men. and-the-boss J5is aroused, it-will be easy, but the j colds his glace by croaked and under- j turn-cult task is that to -which Roose-' j veit has set himself, that is arousing Jn tnese words he gave the sub-'that public conscience From Other Sanctums dislodge, j 'Twbuld be Too Bad. (SpoKane Spokesman-Review.) A tip to. the managers of toe Dry bosses make the entertainment too dif. SYSTEM FOR DISPOSAL OR SEWAGE NECESSARY CITY would do well to pro- welfare of others. TMs rapicfly ceefi at once with the install-1 city is dumping an ever-in- tion of a sewase Pltratioa plant, i creasing quantity of sewage, into the river, nollutin care to be put m sooner or the water and endan- and the sooner the better. There mar possi-oly ie some adrsn-'jy g tage in Traitiug- until the provincial pubiic cealtfa department has icvesti- gering the health and "lives of the. peo- ple in the communities that are rapid- Parents Buy Motors (So'tth Alberta Courier.) process has been invented foy quiet reigns about me here! The cat seems, She sleeps [beneath the kitchen stool: Xnd by these signs all doubt is Uur little Jimmie's gone to school! There's no. one tumbling down the stair. There's no one malting such -a'noise 1 at times muse e'en He ig the noisiest of -boys! There's no one in the jam or cake, Or "hooking" .pie that's scarcely My faith in this no words can shake: Our little Jimmie's gone, to school! es. all the jam. and cake and pie Are there, I know, upon the shelves; I look at them and softly sigh; They seem so lonesome by them- selves! There's less of noise about the place.. Tnere's more of peace and order's rule; -But, oh. I miss a chubby face Since Jimmie's gone to school! FOR SALE 50 x 125 on London Road, near Westminster Modern seven-room house on McDuff and Burdett 75 x 142 on Ashmead. Big Snap Easy terms Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 tanning hides by electricity. This will come as a 'shock to those who j tavor the policy of "spare the rod anc spoil the child." New Ueadsr "Wanted (Grenfell Stra-ws stow -which way the w.i blows, is-an old proverb, and the fact tnat Conservative politicians and jour- u? along the banks of the'-nals are beginning to speak out our They have to depend on the uestnctionist, tariff policy is signifi- for their .supply of water, andcanu What is wanted now is a gated thoroughly and concluded what j watsr has not tlme to pmiry itself is the nest system to recommend the f of tiie contamination it receives from municipalities to put in. But the ad- j i ge may not be so very great af-jtDese sewage .before it reaches communities. Letbbridge ter all. It is recognized that it is j snould should not place itself where nest to impossible 19 adopt any one it would be if not legally, re- system, that -will suitable to any con- spOnsibie for the -death of people in SKierable number of places. commimities. Financially, it would have to adapt the sys- j is well aoie to put in the system ai tern recommended by the department {Onee. The system recommended by 10 its own peculiar neecs and circum- stances. Then, too, eminent engin- eers fficiently conversant violating the principle of good govern- with Mr. Murray's recommendation ment which demands that no man or to pass an opinion upon it. But the nuance: "and on all other Side Lights community shall do anything that is [tact remains the same that some good Injurious or detrimental to the health' system is. an. urgent necessity. THE DUTY OF MACLEOD AND GLE1CHEN I N MACLEOD and Glelcben constit- uencies the political campaign is all over but getting out the vote In the former the campaign has been quiet, though active: but this can- not be said of the Gleicaen -contest, whi-ch-has been strenuous and excit- ing. What issues there were have thoroughly discussed and now the issue rests with the people. It is for them to say -what they ihink of it all. The provin-ce of Alberta, under the premiership of Hon. A. L. Sifton. is in administration, with a knowledge of wnat is best to do and a determination to do it. Having shown its .purpose and ability to this extent, the govern- ment is -worthy of support to enable it to carry on the government of the pro- vince with no unnecessary handicaps such as would be placed upon it -by defeat in the bye-elections on Mon- clay. Sifton should.-be given full and un trammeled opportunity to show what he cao do as the bead of the government. Personally, he igj'ecog- ruzed as a man of exceptional 'abilit} and of integrity that cannot -be ques- Chancee Good Faying have be identified, sir. Do you know any per- son in this bank? f.olice Captain (in plain i.3 a bit surprised if I did. Line em up and I'll look 'em Ready for the Rain Husband a lair way to overcome the setback j tioned. The people thus have every get because of the political upheav- al of a few months ago. If the prov- ince is to get the- ben c- fit rhat should come from that upheaval, it is neces- sary that it should be given a stable government. This can only be ac- complished by supporting the adminis- A defeat for reason to have confidence in him thai tration of the premier. it in these contests he handle the affairs of the pro- vince in a that will be advantag- eous to the whole prpvince. He snoaid. be given a fair trial. To do this it is necessary- that the electors of Macleod support the gov- eminent candidate, E. H. Maunsell in addition to the claims of the tie hostUties v.-nich are not the best i government, has iho support of his tning for tlie province. own public policy and nbiliiy. In The Silcon soverament has not h.ad I GJeicaen, E. 11. Riley should be defeat- an opportunity to carry out very much jcd as a trouble maker, whose election in the way of administration would be detrimental to the best in to the shortness of the time it has; terests of ihc province. The plain been in office and the difuriilty of the; duty of both is to'sivo situation under which it. took office. Urroag "and unmistakable support to But it has been abis.io tlo enough to i Premier Sit'fon by Messrs. prove that it is a practical business! .Maunsel] and M-cArthur. The care ot the sick is one of the sacred duties of humanity. The care cf the sick who are poor is doubly sacred. Tim is the object of Tag OUR POINT OF VIEW. is Tag Day. Be prepar- ed to be tagged. Keel Cross tags will ,bc the things j JJay. most in evidence to-morrow. i j The feats performed by the school The province expects every man in i children in tneir sports day events iUacieod constituency to do Jiis -duty {were very creditable to them, and on Monday .by voting for E. H. Maun- (give promise of belter things in fui.- sciJj, the government candidate. ureyears. DISPENSING BY APPRENTICES is prabably safer than trust- ing drugs in the hands of in- fantile of these methods have been ours, how- ever, or ever will he. L-ike spieiers in the- side- show business some folks, in- dividually try to drown the surrounding yells by vaunting their own exhibits. We also have lungs, bur. use them to say that OUR NAME stands- for pure drugs. dispensary and up TO date methods of meeting the pub- lic wants. Yelling about following doc- tors' orders is all tommy-rot; we have to do so, and we cheerfully do it. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. MOMENTOUS QUESTION In the pleasant autumn weather, When the leaves begin to glow, And the forest looks as brilliant As the lady- in the show, sweetly we commune with nature, Feeaing on her wealth our soul, AS we wonder how in thunder We can ibuy our winter coal. in a mass of--gold and-yellow Hang -the leaves upon the trees, Or to earthward, softly flutter On the impulsive breeze. As we view the livjng- poem, JJone in smooth, artistic rhyme, it's distressing be guessing Can we buy oar coal in time. T. E. M. WHEN IT ALL STARTED When-Adam met Ere he was bashful and And-he stammered and blushed every time- she came nigh. Till at last he grew bold and began to pay court put all your trust in this faihtful report) And he murmured to her on an even- ing serene, "You're the prettiest girl that I ever have And that's how that started Eve with a beautiful blusii oni ner race i Yielded shyly aud sweetly to Adam's' embrace; J And put up for the'true lov- er's pact (You may put this all down as an ab- solute fact) She inquired, while -he breathed tiie lond names on his list: "Have you said that to all of the girls 'you .haye And that's how that started THE Have Moved To Phone 1291 1979 Safe. Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Rcdpath St. Day and Night Phone 65c Night Bell Picture Wlien Adam asked Eve if she -would 'be bis bride, She looked up and. looked siie sighed and she sighed. And she let him take hold of her h'ly- white hand, This is history now, as you must un- derstand) j-'lhen she said'in a voice that was dulcetly low: must take time to think. Tts so sudden, you know. And.that's how that started vvjien they had been married a few years or so, Then Adam 'eld Eve: "We're invited to go To a dinner and dance with some friends down in Nod." (This is truly authentic, although it sounds odd) Eve replied with a sad and sorrowful air: "I can't go. Don't you see, I 'have nothing to wear." Ami that's how that s'.nrted D. Nelson in Life. New Stock Just Received at tlie HOME OF QUALITY. 324 Crabb Street. 3 and 5 piece Parlor Suites, Mahogany, with silk and velour upholsterings. Complete Dining Room Suites. Fumed Oak a specialty; Early English and Golden Oak, llarge variety. Bedroom Suites and Chiffoniers, Mahogany, Golden Oak and Golden Elm, Imperial Oak, etc., a very large assortment to choose from. Carpets and Rugs of all kinds, Asminster, Velvet and Tapestry, in all Oriental and designs. We'have made a special selection this season from the best factories only of furniture suitable to our customers' tastes. Come and see our new stock, replete with all the latest and most' beautiful de- signs and the most up-to-date styles. Don't forget the Great Combine ''Quality and 'were you ever arrested asked ttie whose principal business is imposing fines for, speed- ing. "what do yoi- tihink (Jo- ins all tiieee years said the 'Chauf- feur. "pushing a unicago Journal. Co., [RON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAKERS BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 301.0 PHONE" 332 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red Sheet Rubber. Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing, Gaskets, and Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages. Injectors, Safety Valves, T Valves I Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Engine. We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in Write for description and prices. part. What, does this Janev You know you al'.ouici be back at 10 o'clock? Jane Very sorry, mum. H's the fault of tUese new skirts. I Lad to jtfike such snort steps Tiliat it r.ook i longer than i exacted to, get home. Tatier. PINCHER CITV By investing in Pinche'r City Property you have a chance making bii profits out of a small in- GAIVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;