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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pally HeraiarSntiirdafr, October S, 1010. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A. PHONE: Editorial, RepdrtoriaJ, News Dept. 1052 Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful C> MreCt' N, MANAGKG JUiBjrcrofi AND EDITOB and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Oepts, 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, i year, by mail .5200 J 6 by mail ..35c 3 months, as often as but both new and old f mi G monUis, delivered S months, delivered delivered h tne WEEKLY HERALD in eisM or more a week, local and district. of Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. TV. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. MeCrea. Bros Drua Book Co. Fernie, B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT B.- L. Reinecie. Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th. St Also on all C. P, R. trains. people o! South. Africa to want Botha at the head of eir government, and the people of ,e Empire admire their The ratepayers o? the'city have two mouths to study .upnthe at forms of commlssio'h of five selected at and responsible'to'ail'the people. nd decide, which, form they want] If iiey want any at all. There is little doubt but what-the ,-reat majority of the people of Leth- want to the commission orin of municipal government, tut is not the same unanimity as to He kind. That should be a matter of study. V this, the politicians have put a plan under which the mayor .is mere figurehead, and there is a council of which the majority 'are el, ecte-d from the wards. The public ser- vipe monopolies are behind the poHU-' cians. W. Eliot has come out for a straight" commission plan, which is being backed Men's Pedera tton, and tnatt-pian'has the support o president in'Lynn, er-ep This isfone of the reforms in there is no conflict of opinion between moral considerations and bus mesa considerations. It is a proposi- tion of ordinary sense, arid rests fund- amentally -on {the growing belief of. that the time has come rand Prize auto-race-for the time get their money's worth W. K. Vantferebilt has bowed to pub opinion, and has cancelled the ist. He in this respect different jOut or even as they illustrious ancestor, who out of the conduct of historic any private- biisinARc: his i ____f red the historic phrase "The public damned.'" The. people of Pernie are -it what many another xs found, that it is a good daal-easie get into a municipal mix-up tuac 10 out of it v I I A 1 Ununproved C.t We have Side Lights From Other Sanctums The Fool and His Gun {Quebec Chronicle.) The true sportsman is a cool, steady _ A gentleman formerly attached to the American Embassy at London tells how an old country sexton in a, certain English town iu showing vis to FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN- GREAT BRITAIN B 2MSAS PUTCBE is going provinces with all their diversified see something 4one .towards the and peoples can unite under of one to that Element overnment, and have a separate .each province. j. 'j-wi- .cd-vM province TUsn. along the .lines of a i surely England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales can. do so. There are local questions and problems that should be the .different" parts of Kingdom of .Great Britain -and-.lreiand. There is none of die Ir- ish leaders more closely in the; confi- IJSerai leaders .than T. O'Connor, and it is; therefore a slg- '.nfflcant fact that he has come out 'in of. a scheme of federal union the kingdom." ileiabers of the government have 'already hinted at such a solution, and with TrP.'s eo- florsatfon .spoken, it .looks ai- though taac of -g0ve-jnmeilt_ is no new idea and the only-Von- is that the Msh partv have not taken it up long -before, this. Away back in 1S45 or-thereabouts, the sug- jnade, but dropped, Cecil Rhodes save for a fund to carry a cam- paign towards this end, and ParneH 1IL a for but itors around the. churchyard used step at one tombstone and say: "This 'ere is the tomb of 'Enry "Ooper an' eleven wolves." exclaimed a tourist, on .one occasion. "Dear me; creature, who never a lot isn't is gun to be pointed at. anv object! vvhp-A7Tr.l' is. This particular breed kills gams I and d.oes not picture his relatives with! four legs .and covered with hair at easy range. Arrow Lake Fruit Lands Easy terms of acre 00 per IJVI until Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 They Have It .to Spen {-Montreal 'McCraney. Liberal "Weil, mum, ,yer "obby ofis'n." ic P. for sasicatoon, is o.-ganizing an excursion of Western farmers to come East and said a man. I. owe i about Parisian to his sa'oo- iuomo. oeiui- tanners to come Ea jegisiated -for and administered local- j see the manufacturing towns common prob-j ceiient idea. We'll give them a Jems that require to -be dealt with -bv the whole natton as one. The E-nglisa'Unionists need have no ars of -separation if this federal sys- tem is adopted. Cecil .Rhodes said he- wanted to help the federal to -prevent separation. There they get to Montreal it will furnish, them' with. "I nave francs in the safe, but the. shop is empty, l chink it is the time, to fail." jiist'what I think." want -a plausible pretext for m- You have plenty" Besides, it will furnish them with You have plenty" means of getting rid of socie'of tbtir Drains; think ..the matter overnight profits on the wheat crop. 'to-morrow morning." ere are greater differences .between On- tario than there are be- Ta died-before he 1 ,and the idea was dropped to time for, thirty years- this scheme has :_, standpoint -of Canadians, i -British scotia tten there are land and .Wales, ,yet the federal form of government .has not created or en- couraged any inclination or desire for separation..- Every .province in Can- cas home rule, but the larger af- fairs that each.-Has. in common with -u, um are in one of _these rests a. nJother- '-The olti leaned forward, patted my theIsflouiaer' said: sate; of 'furnishing., sustenance to .pro- soraething.ypu. know, dear.' EessionaivpqliticiattS-and-their hangers Qn-is-about played out. On October 11 the; city in Massachusetts, opoh this question. The intele- hus'iness interests are in favor of the plan'for a straight'-commission f Has been laid out upon a scale the city's future, rlt will be the choicest part of the city; down and month MiiK VMBkflB Without Interest and Without Taxes to PER LOT For ffull uiformation, call or address governmen S s and those of UNiFORM MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING the eral, the government con, r the stnc est regulations in the matter West was made either cui Men get into office who are and asked for an audit It counci s and nt gent g lts affairs. TWO cials to submit The same stStfof took care to see that-11 CS-O16 "to DOOiiS T. i- JJIZSS 1H 1% "tjJt, Ijj. 'OSSt" nAct- ll _ t which too otten in a hopeless mix-up. they Were s and.had no set system to and other times the officials advantage of the opportunities pohckets' the muni-' were the losers in eac" OUR POINT OF VIEW Abridge has got a good nornina- for the Dry Farming Congress of rom the next con- oiuw18 mcst means insure election. and inspection and matter in turn would ratepayers and encou-ao-A accurate and proper accountTng Peo outlaw Deitz idea that ias held that his "power1 is6' er than that of the whole state. ss, 'but iw there is no the The first candidate is in the field, of the for municipal! and Another arrival of Japanese goods'will enable us to. con- tinue our astounding bargains in that line for a few days more, so dry up ycvor tears- as aforesaid. OUR WALL PAPER shelves are getting some- what holey by reason cf your knowing a bargain see it, but we are complete 'in many lines yet and the.prices are Tery enticing. By the way, why do we never mention our. PICTURE FRAMING any more? Well, a glass of water is quite refreshing, bui drinking from a fire hose in full action is rather strenu- ous; see the point We only say that our record stand? iinn for high class work ir picture mounting and fram- ing. Our business is increas- ing; our stock of mouldin? quadrupled and we let it" go at that. Initial Stationery, Red" v. Pads and standard lines u- eraily, have become house- hold words, and require nc comment of ours as to-their value, and increasing sale. Thousands of paper bound fiction 2 for 25c, all good clean reading. Our cloth bound fiction from 25c to each, are the best value ever offered. 'i n U .V. F ILVC THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Druo Stor. Acadia Stock, Rcdpath si DAy and Niaht Phone 'ssj t Sell 8AGE i he Picture NEW .'LIEJJTENANT- GOVERNOR OF SASKATCHEWAN not- the first settler on? the, present site" of Regina, Geo. Wil-j (Uam Brown, wakso.Eear. it that when1 he arrived here- there' were but two-1 j tents erected. was a pioneer" of !-northwest, ;.arriving- at a time the hardships were very real and" Brown home-! steaded at miles from of" Regina, and with his iDrqtaers, calti.vated his ;irm until .1558, in which-ryear he was attracted by'the possibilities ;of Regina, at this ;jtim'e -a town of considerable import- ance, owing" to the large farming op- erations carried oil around it Mr. Brown studied law in Regina the late John Secord, and later the firm of Scott and Hamilton. entered, active practice in ISOff iin partnership" with Norman zie. For many years Mr. Brown was ac- tive in the political life of the North- west Territories, as the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were then I known. He was defeated at his first candidature for the old assembly by F. Jelly, 'out six years later defeat- led Mr. Jelly and took bis seat in the assembly. This seat he held for 12 j years, defeating in turn J. H. C. Wil- [iough-by, :.i. D., and J. K. Mclnnis. tne creation of the new provin- cf Sasnatcoewan ana Alberta in i Mr. Brown's health' forced him [to retire from active political" work- rand for the nest six months he trav- elled in Europe and the British Isles. Upon his return, Mr. Brown devot-a ed his attention to his legal practice and to farming. He has always -been prominently identified with the 4g- ncuitural Association. -Mr. Brown -takes a keen interest m matters of education, and that Re- Sina's schools have attained their pre- sent high standard is in no small meas ure due to his efforts. His contribu- tion of toward the establish- ment of a Methodist College here is I but a token of his interest in such j matters. I because of his legislative jaunes, his interest in civic adrainis- j trajon wag passive until this vear fce was elected an alderman. as been a wanderer for 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1391 THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA TrnTo, H. S. HOLT. President.. E, L. PEASE, Vice Pres and GenlManager r i V HEAI) OFFICE MONTKEAL, QUE. Capita Authorized.. Undivided Profits Capital Paid-up Total Assets Reserve Eund......-... Total Deposits" SAVINGS BANK DEPT. ,T "jlf Ti'r OH. AiijvJhJN, Manaarer. -I ;X Lethbridge CROW AND BRASS FOUNDEKS, MACHINISTS. BLACKSMITHS AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 3S2 BARONESS ROAD DBAWER 3010 Int. Bed SheeVRubber Valve Stein Gaskets, and D Steam Injectors, -Safety Valves, YTalves 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost .new. 1_250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong We have one large saw mill for sale Write for description and prices. complete or in part. a .earning mm over almost everv r uie standard." -PINCHER CITY By investing in Pincher City Property you -have vestment. There is no doubt but thai- this Vonmv u-ho have investigated the future prospects of vesugate for yourself, and then follow your best in or ,o, You-can nate tne PHONE 1425 big profits oyt a iS not ask invest small in- of von GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK j ;