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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JThe Letttbridge "m Co, Ltd, PHONCc Editorial, and 1052 the Herald Crabb strc MANAGING DIBZCTOK lawful s, delivered 3 months, delivered 1 moaffi, delivered EDITOE Advertising Circulation and Job; Depts. 1224 RATES mail -6. months, by mail 00 00 ,.35c -months, by maTlV S5c and old "WEEKLY HERALD THE DAILY HERALD OR Cross Drug Book' Store, J. G. Robert- son Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Fernit, B. Cranbrook, 8. Atchisoc. L.- Reinecfce. Gratsy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc's -Drug Store. H. Northam 8. Wide Xewjs Co. Brown SUN FIRE "Odd V______ I91O 1M0. In the world HOME OFFICE, LONDON. Su. Toronto, H. M. Blactturn. The Dry Farming Congres for Leth- f in That is something I D for the Board of Trade and other citi- j 1 zsiis 10 Seep in mind for the two >ears. m j altogether the Dry Farming Congress at Spokane was 'eminently the Alberta, stand- joint. To wane any more than we -ot would be hoggish. Also on alt C. P. R. trains. THE THANKS ,PF LETHBfilDGE Perley has undertaken4o 'be emef whip for the 'Conservative par- sy, at Ottawa. ;George Baylor .has seen snipping them, for "twenty "years and yet they will "not .be. good.'. It is to 'be hoped-that the city coun- cil win arrange-in-some way to the people a chance to get'educated! on the .different kinds of municipal government by Commission. The Her- ald does not care to assume the whole lor this important mat- ter of education. But the Tories Claim (Red Deer Advocate) vvnh the election of the Independ- ent candidate in ilaeleod, the' inem- oers for Red Deer will have as "k the Legislature the junior member for Calgary. Another Dead 'Un (Calgary T Anotner rumor has been killed" the appointment of .Mr. Bulyea to We Want Unimproved City and Farm We have inquirie.- for Modern Houses at popular prices and terms THE th Fanning Congress at'Bp'o- Sane expresses every confi- dence that .Lethbridge will successful in getting the cong It is safe betring.ihat those crooks up the safe-at Fernie will I? Keep away from. ridge, Ali the had ones that .come- around "this wax- get pinched. s lieutenant r u was Deported that Frank Oliver who by; the; same stoVy was at outs wnn the-Dominion government -was -tof occupy the lofty position. of Education (Toronto Globe) Booker T. Washington has dined Danish. King. This ...i_ for the man who regards as a preparation fo: as a means of escaping i ee ulfor ?f ih Residential Prouertv Business We can 7 J 7 Arrow Lake Fruit terms of per acre down, per acre per month untU paid riion.- Duncan'fMarshali, minister of seconffea in- Citation to the Congress ven- ablr and The New -Westminster -News got out a special exhibition number Lethbride H claims for 4i -and a large -number ot ..the American delegates have rec- bgnlzed the .wisdom of having the '-.congress, come to Canada and have the justice of havin- it in X-etHbridge which has for -the past .inree years been a prominent feature at the -Congress .and whose efforts .have had- HO small part in making tlie populaf aapng'-the.--Can. Lethbridge .-men express teen -appreciation'-of the way thev were -.'backed up.'by .the Macleod dele-ates -of. whom even went so lar as to' appear ftefore the committee to UD- of Letkbridge ,and ...spoke on other occasions as oppor- tunity, offered: The 'Cardston men good assistance, which had .its .influence-. vuanon to the Congress very ablv and exmomon number which assured the Congress that the provin-'1 mucl1. valuable; information ciar department' of agriculture and; di3lrict Jt is iiber- ihustrated. with cuts. Commissioner Htzsaaiirtee of' of agriculture would ,'y had the liberal assistance contingent -behind them in their Jia providing for the' if if -they, would go- there Hon Ktzaanrfce .Motherwell, the minister 5 Quebee delegates, -from that' proving also 'backed ;up the local delegation IE ,good styie. The .delegates were' much pleaded at the-assistance all quarters .'citizens of -L-eth- feel uL Oc- that what- Siffeiences rivalries A-LV itJJj there may-be Between towns, com- wished to be relieved of that .position -because he was too Tnisy, to attend; to it and returned his monthly. Cheques'to show he was 'in earnest. That -iwas: suffi- cient proof ap- pointed a Not a Bujaboo r. (Spokane Spokesman-Re The phrase "dry is mis-h leading and a mis-nomer, for what is 11 meant is, not farming without water j 'but farming lands without usual j] amounts of rainfall. The term really expresses tbV 'and tnan he redeems regions unavai-lable for agriculture. Tne wQrd ''dn'" will never frighten wmest intelligent farmers. Side Lights provinces, hen comes, to-setting .something fo? advantage -western1 Canada the drink habit can -be. cured by mur mg apples to the inebriates The discovery en-larges the-market for ap- the price "thev tht fttl.tq all- who helped in pc h claims- of. -this the 19H' con gress- so; forcibly .before the- at Spokane." :An Iowa doctor-has discovered" that! A DUrSe had called as he drink habit ran .ho iness to prove the correctness of the 11 of a pnysician. ".bet us get at-the--facts in'the said the lawyer who was "doing cross-examination, stunt "Didn't-the doctor make several visits after the patient was ouc of "is'o, anSSk-ered the .A considered the -patient in danger "so long as the -doctor, .continued his vis The 2dmifcS 'ttat to, establish any clue'to of-1 Anderson of Goderich. 'That is IT is recognized that the greatest child can'.'have in gow-g out into the "world to do ;ipr himself is to have a good ednca- ..non. .Many people do" nof recognize tne necessity of this and do not tfleir.....children.the HEGULAff -SCHOOU ATTENDANCE- he damental .principles. handed to, tlie graduate _____m can raloct'the'loiowledge he will Vorir. eMld.out of school for the Beggarly pittanee he can -rr to ac- Uciasariy pittance h Qiure.the edneation they. should have. JTou are deprtvifig hi :To-.aS3xSt children in this matter is The oJpo one of --or one of -.-ore .objects, of the o bi society to the public the superintendent of -delinquent 'and cnildren, R. B. Chadirtck. getting to be the regular thing in On- tario, The department seems, to he antiquated and inadequate took several good-sized oer, of unpunished" -crimes and un-fStlCKS and beat'Ws wife-" solved criminal mysteries 'in. good'old -believe him guilty of viu such crueltv" -There any of the law and order of the province. Gill, of W1 municipar ,ud and en city. Now there is a movement i staned to have him .recalled. He will! did he Head over the-messags I cruelty. it They golf together." MORNINGSID Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's It will i_ T ll be the choicest 2 part 7 Without Without Taxe. J0150.00 PER tOT For full call or address 4.. tne A 'j.ic probably see the1 -open fo: nim to get out. arid hence the easer -crime iag to my -husband." the -education of-the children who vouid not get it in the ordinarv run .of affairs: "Tne material resources. Of.modern or the death of "on are estimated ,0y the times' thrown tne sun 1VS ia- a child. Taj ar.t 7 saleable commodities. ls as TegretaWe as it is. extreme Material resources are'absolutelv nee-' However- is S 6freme' essarj- in order that we may be -fed certain clothed- and housed ke chlldren out "OQ tSJIV the "world's history has i a -dimes, .or save desire for'money -6f'.a- 'few "'dimes srhas it occupied such a Buses'; at-work-in''' PlaCtin of men education are" not it women. But why should children be to: be improvidence tnrjst into tins-competition and strug- of Mue, economy, which latter Ja often manifested in the use of A certain degree of' competency 5 seasoned foods rath demanded in all labour. western -hemisphere often demands what the reasTn" speed as the first, requirement De- are -ecIual-J.y. disastrous' speed of a child and vOU de- plete him of his nerve energy and in time irreparably week his ner-' vous constitution.- to an helps to enable them to along in.meir work, jhe phys is shoved to the wal hard bare statement but is U0t TQere are isolated m which we find a master mindln a dwarfed body but such are excen tlons indeed. ep" is'the time to romp and wnif-n tie vital element of cnarse. UTwnich mtv ir...mto tbA Rvsfom j___, j. _ v-a man> Pareilt help'less t0 saooL me Pe .the demand and. increased muscle of pro- exercise and -a generous supply of nourishing, food. hold no such-effete idea that dp not? f ion on brain is too old .to learn aft d t-o e years of age-it'ought to better then, but you who are studv- after a day's 'work will doubt- agree demands effort and persistence. UmidHodd time to study.'; unusual. is tat free of na- s Aid Societies of the are doing their best en secure this educa- know of any child un- "ears of age who is be of educated, the ;lad Ml euucatec uu oren-a Aid Society will be glad L fr'6 PlaCe SUch on m their .hands. The investigated ..immediately. TO be of Alberta as a home Lane with his fine string of aorsea at Spokane, enhanced the to get good horses. Another arrival of Japanese goods will enable' us'to con- tinue our astounding 'bargains in that line for a. few days dry up yo.ur-tears, as aforesaid. OUR WALL PAPER, shelves, are getting- :-some- what holey-by reason'of your knowing a bargain see it, but we are complete.IB many iiues the prices are very enticing.' By the way, why do' we" never mention our-' PICTUR.E FRAMING any more? of water is but drinking from, a-fire'hose in full action .is rather strenu- ous; see .the .p.oint We .only say that our record stands firm for high class work" is picture; mQuntiag and- frara- ing. Our business'is increas- ing: our stock'of-moulding Quadrupled and it go -at thaL Our Souvenir -Papeteries. Initial Stationery, Red Cross Pads and standard lines gen- erally, have become house- hold words, and require no comment of. ours as' to their value, and increasing sale. Thousands of paper bound fiction 2 for 25c, all good clean reading. Our cloth fiction from 2ac to each, are the best value ever offered THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe SatlsfactSry Drug Stort Acad.a Block, Day and Rhine "It was said' a mother to one of ner put it into your-head to pull- Elsie's 'hair." "-feruaps it replied the rui, -but kicking her-shins was' mv own-Idea." _ The minister had just -been givin- the class a lesson on son. At the finish, to test what at- tention had keen paid to his preach- he asked "Who was sorry that the prodigal had The most forward youngster, in-the class breathlessly "The-fat ted calf." Mr. Willie home Srom school yet, Mrs. be. I see the cat's biding under the -Lady (who has been When does tne next train leave for fifty, madam J-ady it --4S and I'-ll take It" "He was driven to his OF S TTOTT P i 1869. Yice Pres and Genl 3 HEAD OFFICE MONTTJP AT, OFF ts ol II and-up r LETHBEIBGE Sings Banks NELSON SHIELDS FOR LOCAL' SCHOOLS We are authorized to state that Hon i-ord Strathcona's Nelson Shield has, 'been offered by the Rev. Alfred Hall of Toronto, to each of the'schools In Taere are no charges or conditions -the British and Foreign -Sailors' Society, wnich received the "Vic- tory copper from of the British Admiralty, has undertaken the expense of mounting, and distributing .these historic: shields- and only asks some voluntary, contri' ontion to reimburse them; aid their sailors' institutions for men-of he Royal navy, merchant ships, etc n Canada and all over the world These Nelson Shields are highly for their patriotic and edu SltntLUSelln. the Diversities, col- are al- t nd to receive the Nelson shfeld- should apply for them _ Lethbridge Bxm Works Co., IRON AND BRASS FOTOESS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS AND BOILERMAKERS 3010 r Valve Stem Packino- imS' Lead Pa-ckmg, Gaskets, and O Steam Ghiages, Injectors, Safety Valves, -Y Valves 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power EoLb A-mstrong Enoine V ve. one large saV" mill for-sale -complete or izv for description- and prices..." By investing in Pincher City vestment. There no tut PINCHER CITY haw of a 5mal, in- 'PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD GO. OFFJCE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;