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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBWDGf. DAILY HERALD AMD EDITGI The Lethbridge Pally October Circulation and Jtk. Oepts. isc I 3 months, by mail' 85c ehaafed as often as desired, but both new and old t be tfyao. WEEKLY HERAtO :t Wadaeaday in or and contains a of the news of the -local aid district advance ____ 7lc THt DAILY Croat Drue 4 Book Store, J. G. Robert- con Co., Johnston Jack- Alexandra Hotel Peo- ples Dray Store. Co., R; W. Hamilton. Plnchtr J. MitchslL A D. L. McCrea. Bros. Cf Drue 'A iBookCb. Beai AT-v, Cfanbropk, i. SUN FIRE ____ OrncEi LONDON. ENGLAND 1910 -O. L. Reinecke. Dr. Toisham. ''M Dr. D'Arc'i M. Northam Vaneauvtr, r i. World TVldf i'Xewt Co. Browa Brown Alto on all C. P. R. it is a to take all the at Spokane. But it cannot-b6 Alberta ias fhe goods that the championship class, Authorities say that good roads and streets are great trade getters. Judg- lr safe dose of hypoohtorite to aj Point at which it may be ineffective, j The prevalence of typhoid in the'city in unusual volume is no longer The disease might have d materially by the purifica-1 tlon of the city's water- supply, and responsible for the- f V The authorities s take o.'f some of the caat they win ;nbt --be1 rouga. 'j- scr terribh- Side Lights Not Entirely Undisputed-J, The .case '-before the involving the ownership of a tract .of land, and the solicitor for one of the parties to the suit was. iag a witness. "A'ow; Mr) Grimshaw." he said, ''the e are nere for them to1 make good property on'which you live -was- or- their families, iginaiiy a part of The immigration to Canada has in- sevehty-sts per cent' dur- the first thfte months fis- cal year. The people -of the world are getting wise. to ;the good chances JHE OF of -Hon., G. H. ,V. Bolyea to the position of lieutenant-governor -of Al- -will generally approved .the people of tbJg province. During of office, has shown fox the re- position he has held. He SIB wise and careful in the ex- his duties with the execu- tive comcil legislature of the jwovinoe. -A very important part. of tbe duty of the lieutenant-governor if the position1 calls by his -gifted and popular fulfilled those duties mott admirably.. As dtteen among has rt the- SULYEA "Alberta, Mr. Bulye lace.in a manner, tha no" criticism bat commendation us.ufolierjrgf 5Alberta .congratulat aikd'themselves on hi; ijr to" continue in the 01 so-efficiently filled for years. is said of Mr who has -been chosen 'tenant-Governor For- the choice.is a will "oe well trie'people of 'that p 1- .approval of the peo- servod in that Capacity: THE 'celebrate j aohr6f-t mg to ttelr 71- to thsif calendar "is "the year one of the ijronders '-people should 'ej- are people of "no yet a people of all nations. .Not _ are .they all but they Aether or ,not the na- shall have peace Hirsch and Zang- in great'philan- Men of letters, .educa, ttte arp found with a auality of maT, h man who- went up-'street with iginaiiy a part of dispute, was it sir." twenty acres PROPERTY, on Dutferin, between Caranah and Westminster Modern 7 roomed on Duff erin wtth 60 ft. front- age, 92 x 125 ft. on Dufferin Mar Westminster, foot j Lethbridge Hotel Block came to was not 'crazy.- He' was Beeping- count he- got to Twenty-second -street; --That will remedied as" the streets and, avenues their num- tacked onto' them. title y -eorner he iginal title .to that land, I sir." tnerer" you resided From Other Sanctums No Out (Toronto -Here The -dust from automobile serious pievance in some 7parts Ontario. The inventor "of a dust 'consumer will have .no .difficulty- over-the providing a market -by' cbmpuisory wn. Inspfri Toronto T Good roads are" prosaic" all nations. Entitles theniv to" be .Among the men of the -worB great: V-i men of the -Hebrew race. Given anything a fair chance the 2eb- j interesting HT f r most TV, .n., y'OflTUOA L a-iusinesslibe Tie mtoes and areas" of lertile wisre utilized and develop- They. aiTplBrazil rapidly becom- tie nations of the greatest war- ,Its anc greatest i iivingr said Guild; Jfassachu- setts, special .'the United States to 3iexico' diiring its recent Celebration, :in of- reangr'a toast in President Diaz. is a matter of er surprising to ...hear- so aeslgnatea. People ;pf the United ilia. Bake half an hour until-it-sets, serre custard 'hot with cream. -arid; ,v "Take one and a. half cu-ps -of ,su- gar, one cup of sour, milk or ''cream two one one; cup 'of Add bake cooides In.theEubKcEye Phone Ii291 _ the world .built for its -people 'becoming wealthier, bette aoverned.yeftT a- of lit progress in the-nwfc- sdacatioii, and mater were not tfeK in PortuaaL aerott in Bat of tfce a rapid ts of who had yoke and Tiey aaw them aH coaid see the population iccreae- and the wealth increas- ing even, more quickly. They could Portugal, under imonar TOJ, aliie having, little or no along an] the republic Brazil, was rapid jprogrea along almosi line. What -was more natural that ,ths, Portuguese people blame the monarchal foVm of fiOYernment for the difference? They may find out. and probably revolution goes through fe established, that it is-not so msch.the name or form of government, as the -honesty and ,ifs legislators and ad- makes the differ- But the revolt be- i revolution or not, it is al- most sure to to a remedying of some of "the that exist in the un- and a It hag; come about that Americans are here or abroad, it is .resident's of" tie Un- ited States who are "meant-" About The atatement'of "ilr. 'T. JAird- Mur- ray that the city: could; greatly im- prove the quality of Pending the of. the filtra- tion plant -by restoring 'the-dose of, recommend MUJ. early in the year one "that should have the Hoard of Control. Mr. Murray has reputa- tion as "engineer." He is not the man to grave asMrtlon he ias mafle witnout ample vertncation. In- effect he-'says" that the officials responsible for the chlor- of the water supply have for comes VIEW _ more prizes toeing taken fey the Macieod and Gar- oJton exhibits, is there auy limit -to. their prize-taktag powers? Alberta; z. whole "province, .ed away with the first prize for the1 exhifcit from-a state or province. 1 Take toe province in or as a' there is nothing at the Dry Banning Congress that can touch it Those Portuguese seemed to have Wcked up an awful row all of a sud- They went at it hard when started. only thing-left for Al'berta to take at Spokane is the Congress it- will :afce that as its share spoils. If c-verytaing_ in LetUibridge .is ad- ng-gs'fast as ;the school popcla- there mnct great prosperity city, jtfqrc school nccommo- secured, too soon. to auffer> de .experiences of :tbe old folk, who used be packed in sizty or seventv in a room under one teacher when young. and -overn aents-We finding it comes expensive to saoot edncationiste. The former had a near revolution, and the latter re volition a result McKenzie may be 'one of the leading railway and financial aares of the continent but when he G. p. Graham min- ister of tries 'to get'away something contrary to ae about it He gets called 'down ioit.the.swne as if he were a section Kirst thing Chief Gillespie and hisj they have had a hand In rounding -tsp- the whole Ijunch of croolw that have been operating in .They are finding out a tyiti place to come to. _ news of the sudden death of Edgar in London, -England, will cprae as .a great shock to her'wide circle of Mends in Toronto, who have been in constant receipt of 'bright let- ters .Apparently up to, the last she had! been in the best of health and her aaugnters were.in: Paris until very re- cently. Her brother, CoL J. -Bramley iuaout, has also-; just passed' away very suddenly'in London. spring, accompanied -'by' aaugnters, Miss and Miss Lady jsdgar.left Toronto for .England land the vuiittueiit; After a. visit to "Rome she returned to London ".'in. June-' to be Present at the marriage of her son; Mr, Keith an officer. of the Hoyal Engineers stationed in .India, a Toronto girl, Miss S0e anii her daughters spent the season touring abroad, and ;were THE ROYAINK: OF v ficor _ 1869. ;ff. b: President. ASE, Vice Pres and HEAD omcEiibNTEEAij, QTJE; Gapital Authorized... Undmded Profits Capital Paid-up Eeserve lund Total Assets Total Deposits BAJVK DEPT. Sayings Banks a clejpbsit of --7' LETHBEIDGE BBANCT T- j. M. AITKEv Deposits of ery We are busy making--every day of this week Tax day is so fearfully near that we are hiking ;f6r toil money to cross the bridge. Come, get tagged, and we assure you of .your money's worth in Office School Home Wall Paper prices, are" cut in two to make .room for San, ta Glaus, 'i These Japanese goods are .going fast. ,-See-our'.' >ASBMENT BARGAINS 'NOW. THE RED GROSS CO. life ftatlsfaetorw Block, 1 Day and Night Night feu also the guests for some tiiae-of Xord and Lady Aberdeen at the Vice-Regal lodge in Ireland. Edgar wag Matilda Ri'dout, a r of the late Thomas Gittbs and a granddaughter, .of. Hon. John Ridout, who was surveyor-gener- ai of Canada from 1810 to 1829. She innerited literary tastes, and W writ- ten several interesting and "valuaiblt dealing with Canadian affairs Tie "Life of General Brock" is a con m-ouuon to the Makers .of; Canada I series, and Years of Upper Can ada in War and Peace" largely compiled from records ami letters left by her father and grandfather, -whom took an active, part as orncers during the of the War of 1812. in 1865 she married James David and soon became terested in politioal career, accompanying him ..'to British coium'oia, -when he was desptched tnere on an important mission toy the Mackenzie government in 18.74.' As the wife of Sir Edgar, K. c. M, G., P. c., Speaker! of' the House of Commons at Ottawa from 1896? to .1899, she occupied -an import- ant social .position, and not-. "1 as a most charming hostess President of .the -Woman', National Council, Lady Edgar accompanied the organization to the Pacific Coast in the summer ,ot 1907. alab of thea Woman' Lethbridge IroS Co.f [RON AND BRASS FOTODERS, MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 ._ We have jnstjeceived a-large sMpment of Int. Eed Slieet Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing, and Valve Stem.Packing. r- 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new.- 1 250 Horse Power Eobb Armstrong Engine, t We have one large saw "mill for sale complete or part, Write for description and prices. v- g a inveit Wu ?INCH1R CITY By investing in Pincher City Property you, haye a chance vestment There 5s no doubt but that this property win who have investigated the future prdspectrof Pincher-City vestigate for yourself, and then follow your fc invest I. or You a. GALVIN-IUTHELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK tf- ;