Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
rtieLethbrldge Pally Herald. Wednesday, October 12. Ituo. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD -eSTASJUISHe' DECEMBER 1QOT MANAGING JJIRECTOK. AND EDITOR OKOEJVIBER TOOT Published oy the Lethbridgre Herald Publishing- Co., Ltd every lawful -..eveaing at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridw yf A XT 1-r 6 PHONE: Reportorial, News Dept 1052 and 3 year, 6 months, 3 'months, delivered month, delivered___ 35c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 1 year, by'mail 6 months, by mail by mall.......Soc nd old WEEKLY HERALD Cross Drug Store. J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- -soa, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. 'Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell ,D. L. McCrea. Bros Dru" Book Co. Fernfe, B. Seal in THE DAILY H ERALD FOR SALE AT Beattie Atchison. Claresholm 0. L. Rcineeke. Grassy Dr. Tugham. Diamond City Dr. D'Arc's -Store. Medicine Hat L. M. Norcham Vancouver, B. C. World Wide Xews Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown 219 4th St. Also on ali C. P. R. trains. The telephone development in West- ern Canada is one of the remarkable things of the present years. In a month or so it will possible for people to converse with those of Medicine Hat. Card- ston, and Grouard, some two hundred miles beyond Edmonton. That is no small area. The city cashier is so fousy taking "Not all of "'em, came the re- mark; "you've shot at the same bird this last dozen times. 'E's folleria' you about, sir." ".following me about! Nonsense! Why should a bird do "I duujio, sir, I'm replied the an, "unless 'e's 'angin' round for safety city cashier is so fousr taking _ in tax- money that he is forced to shor-Uh v S- stewart- rte secretary of ten his hours so as to keep up with .Woman Suffrage Asso- ten his hours so as to keep up with business. When taxes come in at that rate it is a sure indication that tnere is an abundance of money in the cuy. A recognized authority said some time ago that the best yield around Piccher Creek would average fifteen bushels to the acre of .spring wheat, i'hat particular crop has now been tareshed and yielded over'twenty-five bushels to the acre. Thus is the" wis- idom of the wise set at naught. Tflat big demonstration given for ir Wilfrid Laurier in Montreal must jmake Bourassa realize that.he is a1 .way the premier's Piaee in the hearts and minds of the people of Quebec. The way the pre ciauon, said in a recent address in] Chicago: "These men cu the one hand accuse the so-called new woman demoralizing the home, and on, other hand they go about the world abusing the home with all the cynical wit they can muster up. Once, on a steamer, tJie captain railed against the voting woman and neglect of, household duties. It was this same captain, of course, who laughed when a pretty girl said to him on tho promenade deck: 'Don' you ever get 'Homesick' Ha, ha, he roared. 'Why no. I'm sever home enough.'" Fully modern house on Crabb Street, 7 rooms, easy terms, I his house can be purchased furnished or without 8 room fully modern house on 40x225 ft. lot on Duf- ferin Street, 1 erms made absolutely to suit right purchaser Westem' Kansas a teacher in primary grade was instructing her class in the composition of sentences e mier handled the Nationalist A in tn? Cosmopolitan gives anda leaves the said Bourassa with ofher efforts- After a talk leaves the said Bourassa very little of his policy left. THE DISSENSION OF THE CONSE RVATIVE'PARTY great resources of the West while ;O speech on llondav showed lile party of the West want to see .-_ ___ sums spent for development __ _ Conservative party in Canada because aH of Canada bntllty they represented" -'of the. dissension in their ranks m, West The party1 WHfrid Laurier in Els 3- real speech on Monday showed the utter hopelessness of the It was a lucky day for Cardston when E. x. Barker decided to go back tnere to live. Any place could have no better booster and the Soard of Trade of that town paid him a well deserved tribute when it gave a ban- quet in his honor when he returned from managing their most successful exhibit at the Dry Farming Congress. He with the other men who wir.h _. lot several minutes she wrote two sen- tences, on. the blackboard, one wrong fin syntax, and the other a misstate- nient of fact. The sentences were: "The hen had three and "Who done said the teachers, to one of the youngsters, "go to the .board.' and show where the fault lies in those'! two WilUe slowly approached the board, evidently studying hard on the tanslel I "fl fkV. J _ L _ _ of policy, in no two parts of the -dominion do the rank and file leaders agree on ihe great issues A.UC.U Ha-UQlGu j tftat exhibit are deserving of" great to Ms Praise and the thanks of the commun-P6 took the and wrote: "Thej ity they represented.. men sever done it God done it" ia the East has no sympathy with the s the greatness of, this country. Then, for the a.p.auorm with of, success, for anything. o, _ a Party mistrusts-ihe others and refuses lowering, of. the tanti along certain to see any bat its own side of hnes. which is .the one thing above all others that the Ontario Conserva- tives will not stand for. The mem- bers of. the party in Ontario and of Quebec are ail at siies and sevens on the Question. The party in the East look askance at a opposi- tion to spend millions to develop the Prospective Inquest (Ottawa Journal) ers to take their word journal) -Each section of the Soaie .day Mr- who wants the others and refuses Quebec fenced off from the rest of Canaaa> and the editor of The Toron- Telegram, who wants the rest of Canada tnese circumstances, there is no hope of the party being united on policy. They are hopelessly di- vided and. because of this cannot take tceir place as "a force In moulding and _i_ _ _ f be hoped Q bec' assisting the country in .fulfilling its Sreat destiny. T THE SETTLEMENT OF THE PASSENGER jeneral Price is very gratify- ing to the people of Leth-bridge. It shows that when'matters are ulac- ed fairly and squarely -before- railway authorities, they are open to convic- Hou, and will see the .wisdom .to. ac- to a fair and reasonable de- mand. The keeping of the passenger, train crews here means a sood deal to the city in that there is a very con- siderable pay-roll involved and also the fact that this a passen- ger divisional point, the trains will stop for ten or fifteen minutes giving people an opportunity to get off train for a few minutes and -et a glimpse of the city, it looks better there to conduct the ine-uest Can- will be ,0nly-.the Best (Stratford Season) One price Canada must, pav to re- the British market, and "that is s.ena only a first-class article. Jt eyes of the traveilin- miblic'13 to find that there are some who- still, pack': 'unsound -apples export. Tnese offences -should" be V U.U 1 1 t LUJlXC .to have the time table showing a ten minute stop here. Letbbridge 'then is not a jump-on-and-jump-off station bet a place importance.. The rest of the citizens are gratified for the sake of the trainmen themselves as now they will not bV forced to give severely dealt with. Where Will Foster Be? (Toronto Star) AUiWQ L0 Ij31s from the Kingston Standard up their'homes here and move away jSeemSJO that''there will be Thisr would -have meant considerable inconvenience and lossrto "them which now happily they Tsiii be'saved. Supt Price has been very fair and reasonable in all the negotiations and has established himself among the "business men of this city as God done. iL" most successful said j James R..-Keene, at a dinner at Sara-] toga during the races, "are those that( have a basis of honesty. It's like the story of King Edward's pigs. "At San-dringham, you know. King Jsaward raised prize swine., prize bul- locks and all manner of fancy live' stock, well; there was a fashionable west-end butcher who bought all the Ding's fat swine every year at a simp- lr enormous price., and a reporter said to this butcner one day: "'How can you afford to pay such prices for the j Royal said the butcher'. with a wink.of the eye, 'the King's! such a lot of In the Public Eye rentV7 room modern house on eet. Easy terms to right party. House new. per month rent. A snap Freeman MacLeod Co. il 1 1 w -r Lethbridge Hotel Block Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It will be the choicest part of the city. e 1 in Conservative caucus Farliameilt in. Novem- Queen -AmeFie, 'mother of King Man- i, conies of an unfortunate race Herself a representative of the proud oneans family, rulers of France when it was .one the world's proud kin-- aoms, but now all living 'in seems to have decreed that misfor- tune should tfblJow her and that even the little of Portugal is a man whom, it is a pleasure to do busi- nes and one 'from whom a square deal y be expe.ci.cu, for the city and increases its prestige O a ctr of seemed to always and do business EVERY CITIZEN AN ACTIVE BOOSTER NE of the things that most im- Jed to choose Snokane as Passed the ,-isitors to Spokane j -si.ence. Many was che way that every citizen Advantages of that citr as a ci seem Hon. Geo. E. Foster-has returned to ms home in Toronto feeling much improved in health. This will be good news to his many friends. But it is not to be supposed that this sa- nities that when Parliament re-oj ens Mr. Foster will be Mr. Borden's first lieutenant. He' "will not be Judge Doherty, T. w. Crothers' KG and men of that type .will be the sub- leaders. The day of the old gnard is gone." to seize any opportunity to boost the city, it mattered not where one met a. Spokane man, in a meetinsr, at an hotel, in a restaurant, on the street or anywhere, he was always readv to get acquainted and was not in Introducing himself. .That done he 'started to talk. Snofcane and ortered to show the city or his own lactory or warehouse or store or busi- All this has Aii tais has o-i T -i made bpolcane a great and thriving j! Side LlghtS-'r it his and a Talk ness block. Everyone business to make a visitor to know all about the city E'-erv man seemed to -be a member of a Booster club. The result naturally is that a stran- ger feels very kindly disposed to the city and is immediately ready to do bis best to accept the invitation of ms new found friend to see and learn of Spokane. Many people thus are OUR POINT OF ix Ud, cttr ttem on any and all occasions. Pie is one that Lethbridge well follow. When a Lett man SitS at the same Uble in a restaurant with a his him around to his to talk Lethbriclgi this advantage by A city-gentleman was recently i] vited down to the country "for da the birds." wnatever his powers in matters or nnance, his shooting was not remark awe for. its accuracy, to the great o' Oi of devoting oneself to paper or some one who is alreadv an acquaintance. _Areet men wherever "on fjan rTiarv. vi-ii L uiem interested more A little time and for the man be an in- oooster, ready to the erally reguJated bv Ofl this to be allowed to remain. Two years ago she was present when -her" bus- King Carios; and her first-born' son, the Crown Prince, were assass- inated. Her .heroism on that occasion made much of. She tried to shield the heir to ihe throne, was un- successful, but was herself unharm- ed. Family history, however, had not left her unprepared for such scenes or for such as "she is witnessing today Her great great-grandfather was Phil-! ip'Egalite, Duke of Orleans, who was Beheaded in the Reign of Terror. She is great-grand daughter of Philip's son King Louis who was forced to abdicate in 1848, and escaped to pi-nglanct, where he died in exile and descenflailts have since made their Home. His son, who was grandfather ot Queen Amelie, was killed by an accident in 1842, leaving his eldest son, the Corate de Paris who never assumed the title of Duke of Orleans, heir to ..the French throne. The 0-omte, who Vas -father of Queen Amelie, fought in the American Civil war, and died in England. The T .1 is extends all to pve us a for ,-ourse a hearty PHONE 494 H' Roseboroug'h MANY'G JEWELER WATCH REPAIRER THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Sat.sfactory Drug SiocK, RtQp Phone LIGHT CIGARS NOT MILDEST Probably there is not one smoker a thousand who is not surprised and, in tact, incredulous, when he is told teat the color of a cigar is abso- lutely no guide to its strength. Yet such is the case, and a fact well Known to cigar manufacturers and importers. rce beiief of smokers, that cigars of daii- color strong ana those of a lighter snade are mild- er, is. in point ot fact, as fallacious as it is general. This, is tut one of many delusions harbored -by consum- ers of wMch cigar men have suitf-id-at and indalc ed from time immemorial. But of recent rears tbe inclination of smokers toward light-hued cigar? 'las assumea -no proportions of s and the producers are find- ng much dlffioilfy jr. in-jftuiir" the cemana. The and uuban tobacco raisers would now gladly correct the error; but, after having carefully classified their pro- ducts under the style of claros, col- oraaos, maduros, etc., for decades. tQey ima it next to impossible to dis- pel the illusion. cigar smokers will ever the fact, that a dark cigar milder an aromatic IRON AND BRASS fOUJfJOSBB, MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAEEES BKAWEU3010 Valve Stem Packino-. Steam. Guagos, Safety Valves, Y Valves 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new 250 Horse Power Robb Armsfrong Engine. We nave one liii -c i w SaTV mi11 for sal-e Complete or in Write for description and prices. Packing, Gaskets, and part. By investing in Pincher City E vestment. There is no doubt but that who, have investigated future %'gZ for yourself, and then follov Ph invest or M big profits out is tbe do not you f sood place to GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. reed.