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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Me Hcralci. lawful .1 Publishied 07 the Lethbridge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lav its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada A. .MAXAGIXG jbisECTOR AND EDITOB v i with its streets divided systematically 1 I into streets and avenues and all .num- bered instead of named. All the streets and avenues south of the railway track arc designated as such an avenue or street "south.'! Those north of the track are "iiorth." PHONE: Editorial, and Nsws Dept. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 .year, 6 months, 2 months, 1 month, delivered.......35c 1 year, by mail ........5S.OO 6 months, by 3 by mail.......S5c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be sivela. WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains summarys of the news or tfle week, loeai aad district. i.year, in 3 months; in advance 6 months, in advance----75c J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT tner than that the extension of double tracKiiig will be started from that point to Kegina. The people of Xorth will not have to walk over the so.uih side of the city to yos-t their letters- after all. There will be part of the ciiy. LAURJER'S OLD HOME "Tne sleepy little town where Sir Wiurid Laurier was says iU. 0. writing yn the September- The great annual evenUWr the ucation of dry farmers (at Spokane. Lethbridge and "South- era Alberta men and products. Canada Monthly Canada "is just as it was when he soberly went to school among its tree shaded, streets fifty years ago. They are very proud of liie premier there, is net in St. says -Mr. "beiore he hears pi Jule.s tor Jules enjoys the represented in I aistllictlon of 'being the sole resident 'R'ho played and went to .school, with .Wilfrid Laurier. Jules Ethier is an old man, a few mouths older his distinguished friend. He Tiie power companies his lYieud. He ja combine. It womd be with a Qf ,oud. plosion if the combine and a cane o o 9 VWQ ..TTTi-., _r i la: any time. Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. son Co., Johnston Jack- son, "Alexandra Hotel, .ples Drug: Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. MoCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. B. BeaL Cranbrosk, B, Atehlsoc. L. Reicecke. Grassy Tugham. Diamond B'Arc's Store. Medicine M. Xortham Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Aiso oh aii C. P. R. trains. Every man who is entitled home, the post office ar.d the top should see that his came is j If he does not he has no kick tt-.-it is i left oif, provided there is no careless- laess in making up the lis-ts. From Other Sanctums No Frost on the 1 Medicine Kat "October First finds of a nail keg in Momihun's general store. "He was a smart man. ler. He learn very says ;J'ules Etnier. "We knew he would be when he grew up." was a quiet, respectable nd well he added, other duties in life r-iess fortunately endow- nature and with fewer oppor- FOR SALE 50 x 125 on London Road, near Westminster x Modern seven-room house on McDuff and Burdett 75 x 142 on AsLmead. Big Snap Easy terms Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 LETTER BOXES IN NORTH LETHSRJDGE I T IS "NOW KNOWN that the Post ...Office Department never any intention of neglecting North J-etfi'bridge in the matter of letter bos ftae street delivery comes into opera- tion, 'i'hat is the reason this route i was aot mentioned in the list for organiz wnich applications are es, as had been feared. for the collection of the letters. m; one bos they, will have five in meiu .siiouM prove .-taaVpart of the city, and the shows thai. will 'be collected by t-ae letter carriers inot uniniiififci of tae .seeds of that engaged to deliver the mail when-part oj the city. it very 1 was time but to write had to get called j nevertheless to be commended. e of one in UB THE BYE-ELECT1ONS .RESULTS BYE-H-LtECTIONS .are over, ,of policy in the matter. shall- see. and resulted in an even break, showed, tco, that thsy did not Compulsory Arbitration (Kingston Whig) They; Compulsory arbitration, mayfnot bejauon and respect for the other thick j favored by the labor .unions, but 'it stranger1 in St. Lin who doe j Ontario, college next week. lie. has got to-learn English no mat r how much it cost." T-iius a lesson in toleration, enforc- jed, if you will, but nevertheless toler- ra.ce. (The St. Lin who does not considered th- more 'important .Bought of his opinions and to arbitration is liis action, and he has found out. with, i .speaking in the public interest. The Sifton'government .baa reason result-that, ae returns to private to feel that it lias oeen sustained, as' tne.real issues of the campaign came In .Macleod, Mr. Maunseli's defeat out more prominently in GieicHen taan is due witaaut. doubt to the fact that in iir. Kiley, who held -L-egisiature, resigned, according to that time carried en a most active i fits opponent- in. tie. flald for seat in the months before ae was and had' during Yet Whitney Threatens (Brandon Times.) Britain is an inexhaustible source of i man-capital, as she'is also, of moDey- cap'tal To a .s'-irprlsin? degree tliese tween it and the universal bartender in a Quebec village is. as far as j language a. tra veiled culti-i vated gentleman, the stranger will getl jJ aionsr someiiow. But even St. Lin 'break away from its isolation cis own statement., because of the way j canvass. The farmers evidently held off the ccast or Europe r Siftoa was aopointed to of- the view that JJr. Patterson was more see, and ie wanted to test the opin- ion of ais constituency on his position- He now knows that' they believe that of .a- .was Hr. classed as a rancher .rath- er than as a 'farmer. Mr. Patterson's the Lieutenaat-Goxenior was' penect- professions of independence were tak> ]y rigM in. doing as he did. and that Jen at par, and the word "independ- Sifton has a right to the position ent" lured many voters into support- lie- holds. Riley bring I lag him. It now remains for him to the Alberta and Great Waterways af--l carry out his profession, something fair -into the campaign, but has been tol-d Tjy the that they did not believe that -was an issue, and that tliey .were prepared to wait until the Commission give to the Legislature the.resnlt of 'their investig-ation before making it an issue. They are willing to wait.until the premier, having re- ceived the report, makes a statement he will find more difficult than get- ting elected on that platform. Since -coming into office tae Sifton government has passed through five bye-elections., and has won four ofi re the dynamo of Their i perenniar fhe_ ihflifence.i they ezert upon the doc-trikes Qf-ntan- land a miracle of the ceu- JBYRAN'S VIEW OF ROOSEVELT Side Lights is Four Very (The" Commoner.) The ciuestibn is settled at last; he is a progressive. No doubt about it; ne must now take his place with the the and tne His Osawatomie speech will become J j Historic as. his -declaration of indepen- dence; He- loose "from "Poor Pat said a sporting i rorces that elected him vice-president editor, "used to entertain me when If i ana" afterwards elected him president. visited Ms art with gambling THe story of his conversion from 2 them. That is. a very satisfactory re- cord. especially so considering the! circumstances under which the pre- mier took office There was one tale about a sand- A CONSERVATION OF PUBLIC HEALTH T OTTAWA on October 12 a very {ed oa to House of Commons by important conference dealing with public health will :be held. The Hon. Clifford Sifton, chairman of the commission on conservation, has the Senate. It was on the recommen- dation of ibis committee that Hon, Clifford Sifton called the conference wich man which I rather liked. R seems, according to this 'tale, that a 1 conservative to a- radical has not yet f I "will be with in- j teresi. It was Jrobafoly not sudden j I bartender in or Dead Cat, j e or some town, connived with three scarpers, and heaven help a was more likely the result of: personal contact with CTe sordid influ- dominated r.'ie re- publican party for years, end which, tenderfoot that ever ventured to si: in a little poker game among that One night "the tenderest tenderfoot iiave'iat times obtained control of trie democratic organization. fossibly Mr. Taft on the.finish ing touches when, after being nominal which takes place in a few days. imaginable, after hair a dozen drinks I ed inct elected br Mr' in- _ t .Ha HtmciilT n'trh The subjects -will come up for _ T-i-L w U W 1UI invited me premier of each province discnsgioa aild have been ia. of the dominion to send a representa- tive of the department or provincial board of heal-th for the purpose of dis- cussing the 'Carious problems of pub- lic- health, which are more or less of a national character. The matter of public health, has been considered a provincial affair, and is administered by the provinces. But it has beer, timated to those invited to att-end are: A. A .suggestion of means to pre- vent pollution, of international, inter- provincial and waterways. B. Discussion of the question of in- ternational and inter-provincial quar- antine. in the saloon, agreed to take a hand I .-_ _____ in a .dollar-limit Things went along in the ustial way! f a corporation cabinet The ex-presi- nent may have decided that-tho ore- for a while; then an amazing series of nods and winks began to pass about The bartender had signalled that ths i aatory interests were a menace to the country if they could wean My old rriend and legatee away from him went over the new double tracking: be-! tween here and Portage La Prairie.! So pleased are they with the state of isut, however the change was brought C. Relationship of federal and pro- j the roadbed- that tae operation of aoout. it is here and the country must reckon with it Mr. Roosevelt is in the fight and j vineia! governments to the subject oj thought that 'certain nation-wide prob-, tuberculosis. lems might better be discussed by re- D. Desirability of the harmonizins- presentatives from all of the prov- inces. For very important move Sen- ator DeVeber, of this is largely responsible. He has always taken a Tery keen interest in The matter of public health, and, with Sir George Ross, was the moans of having of -the public health law and legisla- tion in regard thereto. E. The formation of a. central coun- cil of health (consultative.) F. The establishment of a federal health laboratory and the manufacture of serums. The result of -the conference should freight and passenger trains over the !rom now ?ears> at new line will start this week. j no one can .tell what a day may bring __ L torta. ir he decides -to >be a candi- standing committee of the Senate be an agreement and an understand- formed to consider cf public, ling between the provinces and the health and inspection of food. The federal -governments in dealing with committee was struck, and Senator De (the larger problems "of public health Veber was made chairman. This] Public health is one of the nation's i committee got evidence from the lead- j greatest natural resources and there ing experts of the continent and made is no public asset more worthy of con- an exhaustive report, which was puss-! servation than it. OUR POINT OF -uiency of the skating rink and hand it There will be peace in Gleichen over to Rlley. now that Riley has nothing to resign. STILL OUT OF THE KING We are busy making every- day of this week tag-days. Tax day is so fearfully near that we are hiking for toil money to cross the'bridge. Come, get tagged, and we assure you of your money's j worth in Office School Home Round street is Round street no Four out of five bye-elections in few weeks is good enough for aav sr; longer. But Fifth Street South, Sav- eminent. ez? The City Council is having ihe vot- Macleod was a disappointment. butfors" prepared. Another ccsccn- aaonery one cannot have everything coming the right way ail the time. McKay street in North Lethbridge is not a street at all now, but is Sixth avenue North. ifaunsell made a good run, consid- ering the start his opponent had. was a big handicap. tion is being carried icrto effect. Will Rile? feel resigned to the fate that befell him because he had! resigned The Herald .has seen one more of the things it has advocated brought to Patterson can HOT? resign Itjpass. The streets and avenues are numbered. iU'fiS- Letii.tidse is scv aa up-to-date city Wall Paper prices arc cut in two to make room for San. ta Clans. These Japanese goods are going fast. See our BASEMENT ARGAINS f" NOW.' THE KED DKUG CO. aafe Satisfactory Drug Stcrs Acadia Slock, Day and Night Night Sell .'i; Dispenier Picture, Framer i date himself he will weaken Ms in- uuence, tor he have to meet the j cnarge of trying to overturn o preced- 1 1 ent, of a century's standing a precede jent "which he has himself endorsed. ill. on the other hand, he gives his sup- port to one of t-ht insurgents, he may be able to control the next republican j national convention, and shace "the policy of the Iparty. If he fails to se- cure the nomination, of a progressive !in the, standpatter ffho, i his candidate., will- himself be defeat- i ea, and- by njifj the way will be clear j in the republican convention for a i progressive filatform. We shall see what we shall see. JERUSALEM IS DRY CITY (Harper's Weekly.) Jerusalem to-day, with its in- depends almost entirely on averaging about 27 inches a year. Wa- Uerjhus collected and stored is good as the roofs and cisterns are j In the houses of the j wealthier classes these cisterns are 1 large enough to store an ample am- ount of water. With the poorer peo- pie tiie reverse is the case. Most of I tne cisterns of their houses are small, I and .the houses are often so over- that rrequently. long 'before tfte 'summer is over, the water has out, nr.ij a supply has to be i chased at isigh prices f''om neigrhbor- ing" cisterns. COMPANY To Phone 1291 Box 1979 ]STew Stock .last Eeoeived at the HOME OF QUALITT 324 Crabb Street. 3 and 5 piece Parlor Suites. Mahogany, with silk and velour upholsterings Complete Dining Room Suites, Fumed Oak a specialty; and Golden Oak, large variety. Bedroom Suites and Chiffoniers, Mahogany.. Gol'den Oak and Golden Elm, Imperial Oak, a very large assortment to choose from. Carpets and Rugs of all kinds, Axminster, Velvet and Tapestry, in all Oriental and other designs. We have made a special selection this season from the best factories only of furniture suitable to cur customers' tastes. Come and see our new stocky 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 Economic.'" 1 IRON AND BRASS FOUNDEBS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILEHMAKEKS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DBA WEE 3010 We liave just received a large shipment of Int.-Eed Sheet Rubber, Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Lead Packing. and Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages. Injectors, Safety Valves. Y Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Kobb Armstrong Engine. We have one large saw mill for sale complete or In part. Write for description and'prices. PINCHER CITY By investing in Pincher" City Property you have a chance of making big profits of a small'in- vestment. There is no doubt but that this property will advance in value rap-idly, is the opinion of many who have investigated the future prospects of Pincher City. We do not ask you to invest until you in- vestigate for yourself, and then follow your best judgment as to whether you think it is- a good place tc invest in or not. You can make the investigation at our expense, if you are interested. s GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. to PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM'1 OTT BLOCK ;