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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Dtily Herald, Wednesday, October LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1307 Co., Ltd., every tewfti g., its office Street, Alberta, BUCHANAN, MAXAGisfi DIRECTOR AND EDITOR ijPHONE: V- and News Oept. 1052 I year, 6 months, S months, 1 month, delivered...... ,35c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Advertising Circulation and J-ob. Dopts. 1224 1 year, by mail 6 months, by 2 months, by mail .......85c nd old WEEKLY HERALD Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- eon, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros, Druff Book Co. B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE' AT L Kaden-Fowell agrees with a lot oT 'people in Canada he says that Canadian boys are just about all right. There are none better anywhere, ex- cept, of -course, where father used to live, when a boy. can rest secure about its being-' continued .as a div- isional point for the C. P. R., for treight traffic anyway; and for pas- senger traffic also, .if they can make the necessary demonstration. The City Council is putting off.the Plebiscite on the commission form of municipal government until the elec- tion of aldermen takes places. in the mean time what are they going do to assist the in getting ise on the subject, so that they can' vote intelligently? Oliver Harriman, president of th County fair, and a Known y0rk club man, and Jii are enthusiastic -balloonists. Among American Women who are contributions in their quie -to -current political affairs is Mrs Lloyd Grisconi, wife of the chairman or the New- York republican, com mittee. She was Miss Elizabeth of the old New York family of name, and is possesed of intellect- ual gifts and a strong personality, which have helped her husband great ly in his "career. Cranbrook, 8. L. Relnecke. J Grassy Tughanx Diamond D'Arc's Store; fx .Mfdicrnp M. Northam "Vancouvar.' >B. Wide-News Co. Brown .219 Alison P. R. trains. From Other Sanctums X. Firad by (Toronto Star.) The South Wellington .is sir.', (Cnatiiam, Out., Planet} Tnere should be no 'discussion of Canada Englishmen. Irishmen. Scotchmen aria thein descendants have seen largely instrumental in, making the Provinces 'of -'the Dominion THE RAILWAY CREWS MATTER CONFERENCE that represen- j pointed- to the extensive yard improve1 tanves of the business men of jmenti; made, here this year for 'that city and of the City Coun-i of opinion that the un- had with General Superintendent ;Price, of the CL.-P.-Jfc. appears, to' be Tery satisfactory indeed. He did; not include passenger traffic, hot- the English language is chief ly spoken what they are. We have room and a welcome for all the old country popiation of the' .right kind come. demanding- with, the city some years in the local' problems arising Brrtain and Canada John, A'. R, Times and- Star.) Canada, at is top, -deeply ab- Tom Daly is what the sporting page wouid_call some poet. For over ten years he -has Abeen writing a weekly Department of verses and jokes for tht Catholic Standard and and in tnis column appeared-nearl all those verses that every exchange editor and most newspaper "readers are familiar witb. It was the Stan' card and Times of which dfcam college conferred a JUtt. D. on him last is general manager, that his Italian ses first appeared. And whatever lse he -writes, he will always foe cnown as the man who does "those dago agrees that to If .ulterior (wards L-ethbridge. At sL, showed that the round wa_. for September this year were high- :-er than they .were ia the same month year. out of an amazing growth, and- pros- .'He assured them that it- -was certaa it i the'city .makes-good its case in this to- j .be'a divisional point for. passenger traffic also. If Mr. Price's' of the whole matter and statements to the delegation are.put, dpwn-'in. blade and white, as he.offered" to" dor this trouble should y to -worry about Jiow-th'e United shall be governed; and the people of the UiitM was an exhibitor, was successful. That this success should be supplemented "by. such splendid accomplishments other grains is additional reason for gratification. That the one-dis- trict most-im- portant prizes .for threshed, grain vie whear. oats and ta-.ley, is, indeed a" record that will stand for some time Cardston has for a -long time had "a reputation -in Canada as being the place -where fodder crops grow to tor Cardston had taken its quota of first prizes rthere could not have been .the- .of the .Their record is one of which really pr.oud .Southern; .in. -common- with practically; .-every other dry farming area-inr America, was .up against I hard-proposition, this year and it ie gratifying ;o know when- coa- Jiaons. are to all alike concerned; that >AIberta has- them all beaten previous -favorable we ,Iy" take-prizes. But and the well; know that, fair 'Southern-'Alberta ic tlie, prsrnieE .xwniug countfy f books Chambers was' always ready for them. He had- always 'on'his lips' some -witty saying them up Oh, Mr. an o'd lady one day, "I admire 'Lorraine' so much, I've read it eight times! don. Among the 'of Jamaica there are who live on an average income of 12 cents a day. COMPANY Street In the Italian army cigars are given i to the soldiers as part of their daily i ration. London theatres wil seat peo- ple, and persons are accommod ated in its music halls. answered 'Chambers "i would rather hear you say that you had bought H. .botanist of the state of New York, in "his "annual re- port states thai; the known species of ediDie musbrooms Ai New York am- ount to 300. Fiye_new kinds "of edi- ble mushrooms were discovered in the last year. The Kimberley (Cape Colony) d_ mond mines in 27 years have yielded? worth of'treasure, surgeons were ostrich in London recently a'prayer book was fo.und among articles' in -the stomach of the bird. -Sana-5 niece-Parlor Suites, Mahogany, with: silk and velour upholsterings Don't forget the Great Combine "Quality and Economic." vt Ihe Standard Furniture Co, prize-winning "perfection, but now they have deirninst-TTitarJ ,_ _ _. i toe demonstrated the fact 10 the wS ti.. sKea all right when- it cleaned up the prizes the way it did at Spokane, Cardston cannot -be beaten for f-od-