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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfee Dally Herald; Saturday, Octobtr "I speak as one who knows." fcmi-ready physique'type features be most strongly appreciated by odd-sired men, of different type from the with short tegs and full with long legs and medium or small men with arms shorter than the who have previously hid tc accept "stock" which went with the chest sizes, and which have iii most cases proven too, long too to be worn; with comfort or good form. There is the security of a correct fitting and high quality of cloth materials which cannot but appeal to the man who has here- tofore been compelled to have hit clothes made to order by a retail tailor. AV'Southard: FALL WHEAT IS LOOKING FINE J. manager of the Latabridge buflneae of F. Low.ee Company, "and J.' E. Wells, -went to Siting by automobile yester- oe deak law, and he struck a biow in deience promptly re- he electric de- ivith. Dickens, law, ana ne a LUUW m .characters to illus- 01 justice, and. rfiht. Likewise when ridicule in.tne middle: .01. the .eighteenth cen- g is .today. indivi- .tury, the threw dualg are much fjwlt_ Tbe into'Bos-ton .harbor a 01 teaaisl.VttT fa exeCutives are not much commenced, the American war of in- kull Th Q[ executives dependence, it was amount officials thejtorighwst and keen- taxes payaole on, the. ,ea -.that minds, nine times out of eC.them, but; the jo.f -the; tfaev t mix_ principle 01 no taxation witnout rep-} with tge -svstem. lt resentation Wqn.t, the s'vstem that is to blame Jor aM take a fall out j d g d u tb ther tax? Tbe amount qf the tax per ;head is a mere if the city _____ is not prepared to give a vote ;to those on tax is it! d postponink the plebiscite should not levy .It is ,axa-, J t ;commlssion form of govern- tion without representation, and so, nt ti, tlle-regular municipal elec- m a British community-should have not so-far off, any- been relegated to long-1 nd t and'consequent ago Besides the -men on whom of the wishes of. the pay..in, the. Jast-analysis, iy. ..t-w very large proportion of the city's tax'es anyway, for. the householder gets back -a portion of his taxes' on the rent he charges roomers the -merchant on "the-prices.he charges for his goods. And the tvage earner by his-'-presence in the city >''adds" very materially to the- value of -city pro- perty. Won't some one please come out'and swat the poll tax a knockout blow? I Charles Dickens used .to delight in. ridiculing bumbledom and red; tape in mid-Victorian parochial ..politics of old England. What a feast .he would have had in the average Western Can- ra'tepayers will be obtained then, than .at a special election. Besides, it will.give .ample -opportunity for the whole "matter to be discussed at the pre-election meetings. The only thing that is "to be-guarded against is that eoxincil does not take a motion to 'change.'its mind once more and refuse to submit the matter to the rate- payers at all- What the council ''should-do is to arrange one or more public meetings as soon as possible, and instruct "the. city solicitor or some one else to: give addresses or lectures on the various features of the various plans the ratepayers are asked to select from. SPECTATOR. GEO. LAKE SWEPT HORSE PRIZE LIST AT CONGRESS AT SPOKANE It was not alone in grain and fodder crops that Alberta swept- the boards at Spokane but in horses also many prizes came to this province. For tnis excellent showing George Lane of Pekisko, near High the well Known horse ibreeder, Tvas respon- sible. He had a hunch of horses at tile Interstate Fair thai have excited the admiration of all the visitors and which is described in the Spokane In the stock judging contest Geo. won. the championship for the imported and American Percheron and French draft class. Stallions, 4 years and over Lane. first and second; Sraitii, Liiird- Staiiions, 3 years and under 4 first. Stallions, 2 years and under 3 Wilson, first, second and third. stallions, i year and under 2 Wil- press as the finest lot of horses ever son, first. seen j Mares, 4 years and over Lane, That, he had a lot of good onesjiirst: Wilson, second; Lane, third. tnere is clearly shown -by the record j 3 years and under Lane, of prizes which in the -classes in i nrst and second, which he exhibited follows: In the American, English, German, .viares, 2 years and under 3 Lane, nrsr. BOY DROWNED AT BOWISLAND (Special to the Herald) Bow Island, Oct. four-year- old grandson, of A. B. Hoaglin was frowned in a ceese poor here today, it appears that the.pool had not been cunbed and the, little fellow ing around the nool arid, the ..side caved in, and he was not missed for some three nours afterward, searcn was The..doctors trisd to resuscitate him but all efforts were vvnat makes it ,30 particularly sad is that, his- father- and mother are away in. the and it will 'be a sad blow-to. them. He. was a very bright boy and' Mr. and Mrs. Hoaglin have the'entire sym- pathy of SIR WILLIAM VAN HORNE RESIGNS CHAIRMANSHIP Montreal, Oct. -Thomas Siau- gnnessy was re-elected president of the -Canadian Pacific' railway at a meeting of .the, directors today. Sir William Van Home, chairman of thes board voluntarily.vacated the position today, remaining, how- ever, a memlber of the hoard. His successor has not been announced. irrigation wdrk in Alberta, east'of uaigary, at an estimated cost of was approved. CHANGES IN LAKE OF THE WOODS DIRECTORATE Montreal, Oct. W. Pike has re- tired from the board of the Lake of the Woods Milling Company, and Tan- erede Bienvanue, nas been elected, in his place, "W. W. Hutchison ibeing elec ted vice-president in place of Senator MacKay, who stays- on ;the director- ate. The following 'board was elect- ed: Robert JVIignen, -B.oiiert Bedford, V. Hastings, Abner' Kingman, Hon. obL MacKay, R. M. Ballantyne, Tan- erde Bienvenue, W. W. Hutchings and Hi Mighen. DIAMOND nfisras No department in our.-'buBi- ness-- to so rnpidly AS the "Diamond Close, prices, sentations make this sible.' .Each stone Is examined before Solitaire Is good will be pleased to shorn you anything you. may see. E.A.EWEBT Round St. BOY BY .Lioyamlnster, OcL mont, in charge'.ofii-tank; "wagon during threshing operations'- at the farm of' Martin 'eight; miles south.of here, -was instantly kill- ed yesterday, when> the team tnrowtng him .under the wheels.- It is in time of sudden mishap or; ac- cident that Chamberlain's Liniment'cftij be relied upon to'take the place-of !-the family doctor who found at the moment Chamberlain's Liniment is never, found wanting. In cases of cuts, wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out soreness, and drives "away the pain. all druggists. Ma-res, 1 year and under 2 Lane, rirst. Mares, under 1 year 'Lane, -first. ChampiSn stallion, any age Lane, and French coach and hackney class- go imported and American Percheron and French draft stallion, 4 years Geeorge Lane Co., Pe-j KISKO, Alta; second, same; third, George E. Smith, Cusick, Wash. stallion. 3 years and j Ueorge Lane Co., Pekisko, Alta.; j _ _ _ second and third, same. j Stallion. 2 years and j STRIKERS FIGHT- WITH POLICE G. M. Wilson, Wilbur, Wash.; second i Cologne, Oct. persons and third, same. j were -wounded in conflicts betv.-een the- Stallion, 1 year old and under policee and striking- excavators dur- i-irst', G. M. Wilson. Wilbur, Wash, i ing last Right. "Or i nrst. j That is a record that trill boost name of Alberta 4 years old and Lane Co., Pekisko, Alta.: rceond, G. M. Wilson, Wilb-jr, Wash.: rnircl, George Lane Co., Pekisko, Alia. .v.are, 3 years old and under nrst, George Lane Co.: second. same. Mare, 2 years old and under Mrst, Geeorge Lane Co. 1 year old and under j-irst, George Lane Co. .Mare, under 1 S. Jorda. i.ncr.ej. first. 'vjnampion stallion, any age, ribbon lieorge Laiie Co., Pekisko. Alta. i '.uarnr.irm mnre. any v-eorge Lane Co., Pekisko, Alta. "One policeman prob- ably die from his injuries. To those who use electric motorst generators or any electrical machinery, this concerns you: Our specialties are power worli, .Histal-. ling private or central station plants, conduit installations. ISi o undertaking is too large for us. Eemember that we are the "only elec- tric power mechanics in Southern Alberta, which we can prove by any test submitted to us. We neither, ask nor desire favors. We stand on our merits alone, but we ask you on an economical basis to give us a trial. If your motor will not work, or if others have failed to locale the trouble or repair it without sending your motor away to the makers which causes uanecessary delay. Wo -will give you a written guarantee' to buy you a new raotor or dynamo if we fail lo locate trouble and repair same. We rebuild motors and dynamos. Wo install and repair everything electrical. Remember the name and address because it wi31 save you money. LEICESTER ELECTRIC POWER EXPERTS :110 Redoath Street, Lethbridge Phone 1332 ;