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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGjR DAILY HERALD lluuMla>, O^tohcr 10, IWl'i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD fesTABLISHlD DKCEMBER 1907 Publl*,.th� Lcthbcldge .Hordld-Publlihing Cn.. Ltd., every lawful vtning �t, lit oWcs, Sixth street, Lethbrldge, A'.nertn, Canada, i'' W. A. BUCHANAN Maniging Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Buitncae Manager PHONI: ' eoiforlal, Raportorlat And Ncwi Department 1224 phone: Advertlilng Circulation And Job Departmentt 12 52 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, driivi-rcd ....... $4.00 1 year, by nflll ......... �3.00 � months, ilollvcicd ..... 2.00. ,,,.,,,,, ,>� Toii � an S montlis, clollvcred..... ll.OO � moiitlia, by mail ...... 11.50 1 month, delivered ...... 3Sc. I moiitli, by mall ...... 3Sc. Addresses chanifed as often uh desired, but both new and old addresspa must be givcti. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALS AT Lethbrldge-Rod Crora Drup * Medicine Hat-L. M. N'ortham. .^'?r''i.1^1 'i- ^�^^\\^" Cranbrook, B. C-Beattle and & Co.: .incU.^on � Co.; Alex- Arr.hlhsrtn nndni Hotel; People's Dru� r , , store: Kentiy & Allin. Clareehelm-O. L. Kelnecke Macleod-VounK .t Co.; R. W. O'�mo"d Clty-Dlamond City Hamilton. _ oir^-hm- r>..u I.' 1 x- state in the Union, even including New Jersey. "Recent political developments give no greater e.xemplificatlon of the power, of personality in American politics than this last swing in' public opinion. It means that the presidency is ;i lottery. Whoever happens to be on top of the wave in November will win." Wonder if Tafi will forge to the front at the close of the Dght? Hardly likely, but you never can tell. Refei-rlnR to tlio rumors iVL KINOr NtOOTIATfO WITH RELIABLB, Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbrldge looks its nobbiest for the tliike. Senator LaFolletle says Roosevelt used him as a stalking horse. Teddy now finds him to bo a balking liorae. Lethbrldge has a six-foot clilef of police. Another big man for a big country. Princess I'atTlcia inspected a Board of Trade office lam night. No doubt she will now he a Western booster. With an axe in tlie course of ten days or so, In opening the Manual Training School today, the Duke of Connaught will open the first school of Us kind erected specially for the purpose in Alberta. The Governor-General will officially recognize a good wojk. Here's a Good One sasasaiSBaBBBSBSssssBBSssBssssssssssssssaBBa The people are talking about DOMINION SQUARE $25 1� to be awarded for the BEST LIMERICK on DOMINION SQUARE. Send in yours at once. silk hats wero In order last night. One wonders where they all came bom. His Uo.vtiil Highness, hlK gracious Consort and charming dauKhter won the hearts of Lethbrldge people at once. Not a single cadet in the guard, of honor moved under Inspection last night. Not even the little two-foot-oight piece of humanity in tlie middle of the front rank. They were like the Hock of Gibraltar. .Macleod welcomed the Vice-Regal party by a frontier day celebration. Macleod is always tfying to be in tronfi anyway. Lethbrldge was lighted iilta day last night iby gag all tho way from Bow Island. Which is no reason for Bow Islandites to clolin that their burg 1� the light of the world. ' Tho Balkans are turning against Turkey with all the arms of war. Oim-ftiiluiis will bo turiilns' afiulusi Turitey Tho Canadian manufacturoi's are looking for larger markets fcr made-In-Canada, and Sir Wilfrid Laurler In his speech at Chatham, Ont., said tho Liberal polloy was to secure liargev markets tor grown-in-Canada goods, The red �coats were on deck last night, and made a most cr�dlUiblo showing. A finer body of men could not he found in a long day's joumoy. They uphold the reputation Ujoy havo given the West for tho pa�t quarter of a century, � Mr. Foster's treaty with tlie West IndleB Is endorsed by Sli- Wilfrid Laurler, but he any� it does not meet tho needs. "The west asked for water, sivltj Sir Wl)fi-ld, 'and Mr. Foster In Lethbrldge North is Mitfordls Peach DOMINION SQUARE A '^Spec" or home in easy reach Get in there Street Cars, Boulevard and Light, Water, Sewer, Gas in sight, More than that the price is right DOMINION SQUARE which Sir Wilfrid