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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, MTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing every; lawful evening si its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada'. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, ReportoriaL'-and News Dept. 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered i year, by mail months, delivered .i.... J ,_ S months, delivered M J 6 months, by mail 1 month, delivered 35c I 3 months, by mail S5c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be si SUN WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday Sn eight or more pages, and contains summarys of the news of the week, local and district. I year, in advance i 3 advance S6c 6 months, -in advance ____ 75c J THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE.AT The oldest Insurance in the world A.D. 1710 BI-CENTJEIU1Y 5810 HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Son H. M. Mu OUR POJNT OF VIEW Macleod and Cardston and the whole province are surely ge ting their name up among the peopl across the line. Tay Pay says that Home Rule for may'Se expected any tim now, and also intimates that it inaj not come in the expected way. What with a municipal tangle and a bye-eiection, Fernie will 'surely have troubles of its own. 'They never come singly. Cross .Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- SOD Co., Johnston son, Alexandra -Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R_ "W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. Lv McCrea. _..... Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Seal Cranbrook, B. AtcMson. L. Keicecke. Grassy Tugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug .Store. "Medicine M. Northara Vancouver, B. AVide News Co. Brown 219 jth St. Also on aii C. P. R. trains. Hat does not .pass, up jniany good A, corps of boy I scouts is their-latest-vesture.--That is an up.to date move.' The railwaymen.in 'Franco struck for wages King Manuel of Portugal struck for safety. There are striking scenes transpiring- .in old Europe these days. The "United States is following the example of Canada in another respect now that the. postmaster-general has announced that, his ..department of the. public service is self-sustaining. DANGER OF A FUEL? FAMINE ,rpHE PUBLIC of Western Canada na.ve done a great deal to for- do not seem' A city the size ot L-ethbridge idoes not need two bopster. organizations. The Board of Travel with.every" From Other Sanctums A Misnomer (Toronto Star.) King Manuel's name is "Manoel" in Portuguese, and is identical with that of King "Bmanuele" of Italy. It is, in the "God with us" of 'the Bible. Providence, however, seems to be with the Republican's ra- ther .than the King just at presenL Like Jeffries et al (Calgary Albertan.) 1 -Manuel, in his farewell message-to some of his people, or some of his.e.x: people, insisted that he had' no inten- tion of abdicating, which will come back to Portugal just as soon as conditions tiighteh up, in the king 'business. ".Don't. Worry (Spokane- Spokesman-Review.) Worry is a Twentieth Century habit. The high stress of complexity of modern life, the 'in- creased demands of a made upon'the 'individual have; pro- duced what might foe termed -an ep- demic of mental anxiety. Agja' nat: ral result have come And Between the two a species of jf Western Canadajers' cone a great ac-ai to tor- -ine coara ot Tra-de, with.every citH ei-ween the two a species of worry 'to be-making p7o-i ward the- movement large in ir> helping .things along, could jhas arisen which is not the result of le winter -by stoelHof.coai to "the consumers' door, ever5'thinS needed.' in this "-line. conditions, but'the product of a'-high- vision for'the winter-by stoek-jof .coal to "the consumers ing up coaL They have been urged j reacLiness for winter, bu: that ihe tunes without number "to run no risks I consuming puWic, rur.il and urban has as much as it The f easily might have -tone to avert the possibility of fuel --vitii ITS of being caught wita a cold aad a short supplr of co--'L ilaple Creek "Leader in its issae of- ;6ctober 6th says" oc. this ing, hiiicr IH-K-CS. and hard fee.'inss. ,We -wash again to call attention j xvaetner it 'founded or not, is, n0t rei :t g-isvai ihst the A compulsory education law that nine-tenths of of strung and' hysterical condition of Considering the fact that essential- the province .cannot 'walk through, is J7 worry is. needless, .that it is almost one of-the things the "representatives of the- city should ad- of of fighting worry as .sedulous ut, JLUCi -ILJ.III t CtU VJ. J.J. jji-t {Ji i J cLIS -SJCtLlilOl attendant o-riis in the t'-rm of suffer- when they-'meet the Minister, ly as if it were a disease must 4 "-'-1 nf Bfincatfon.' to any .observing person.. marked tendency upon the part, eith-i coming er of'farmers, or towuspenr.ie, to iayjin view1 in a fair supply of their winter's fuel 'early, and thus permit dealers to re- fill .their sheds at least once-before sets be a pOSsailitT, are there -rv ihe.Deparnnent of Agriculture not 100 many empty coal "bins in town and too many empty wagons leaving town these- days. -doubt the .situation, is the same other- towns, and if the Deople 'do us that its inqmries into the sot hurry and stock there will be B situation [y speaking, 'mine operators, jsfloflld the people of "the ,-xauway companies, and-retail deal- prairie provinces. MR. SIMMONS' APPOINTMENT rpHE ANNOUNCED changes on. the {ascisioas will be marked bv fairness Court of Alberta due and good sense. 'Justice will be his the-retirement -tice Sifton; have--brought a distingizish- honor to worthy -and estim- 'jable citizen of Lethbridge Squth- Alberta, oie appolntme'nt of If .it'was not "so far, not cost so much, it would be a: good idea, to seeiv other fields "to conciuer' by sending- ah exhibit "over to'" Britain and persuade some of the" gqooV farm- ers there to come to Southern Al- 'berta to live.. jPostinaster-General' 'Hitchcock, of the United States, says' thar one cent postage is no cent letters most of us get about the be; ginning of the month axe "no areami and often destrpp th'e "possibility ofj any, Side Lights as the" case" with the rormer Chief 'Justice. appointment is a. recognition of claims --of the bar of the extreme south, ail 'the members to s ee Cranb.rook. clean v mone-y 'they, want for; their T. "M. 'C. A. in re- A PLACE TO PLAY plenty of room 'for dives and (Glitter and glare of enty of room for prison the criminals -Plenty of room 'for jails and (Willing en'osgh to .But never, .a place for the lads-'-'to1' never a place to play. room..for, shops., and., stores, must have the cord ,iiine. >2 tOffm by'the good It is "thing, 1 CUJL 'tiAC fill in (of -the bench "in the- Bast been a CitiZei1 ofi'tie' Profession 'in Calgary 'or Edmonl J principaJl7 oliton: -The of Mr, Simmons e, ever since he came -to" shows thatthV Minister of 'Justice be- West, and, as public school prin- neves'that the men of legal abUitv are .'-cipal, barrister, legislator and private enjoyed.the esteem and' of the people. .In the legaLpro- ,lessidn he'met with' distinct success. and most .lucrative not confined wholly to those two Justice' Scott's promotion to .the-' position of. Justice "is en- success, 'given excel- touay ms rirm has-One' of "fenT service dri-ffip rma- eni; service on'-ffie 'bench for rmany the; government is to be Pirv IS 10 Simmons, as a Supreme [complimented for adhering to-the cro- rt judge, win, tiie Herald is to the position .cpnscien in Sas- when Justice was j. i ft XT L JJ_l II1 nous .and .studious .attention and; his 'jievatedXto the Chief Justiceship. THE TRUTH IN PUBLICITY WORKRK Letters meant -for will never get there with U. S. A. for the address. They -will-.- in the United States of America, or else at the dead is the -decree'bf the -postal -authorities. :the That rot in the city's breast! sotes .livery citizen should plan -to ;build nj addition to his house; somfe time before the Dry- Farming "Congress-Jin so to accpmmo- ttate some delegates :if upon to do so. The gqbd fel- lows. THE PRACTICE of baostisg operations an essential feature is absolute truth, or if any var- iance from the truth is made, to make 4t on the conservative side. This is recognized and practised by those who have made the greatest success of- promoting their communities. One "or the tilings that the Lethbridge .-Hoard of Trade has always toeen careful'about is to have exaggeration or untruths, .-in its -advertising matter or connected with ness itere. the idea that to be success- iui, publicity "must make things look as. big as possible. And too often their zeal leads them to exaggerate or mislead. Cold, hard facts do not seem'to be .brilliant enough'for them and absolute truth is laid aside. Such procedure works injury not only to the community in whose in- terests it "is practised, but also to ev- ery other-community that is in anv way.associated.with ir. To advertise taat Alberta wheat, for instance, and- uiaces. The result has been that when people came here to ,see for themselves and verify the statements, they have found that they t the, It was four -hundred -and- "'eighteen years ago yesterday -that Columbus discovered America. Could he come he would remark 'that he; was- much impressed the progress made since he was last-here, aadUhat he is pleased to. ses._the Ldevelopment that has taken place. The young towns of Alberta never do things by The new school being erected at Carmangay wouid be a credit to an old established commun ity. But that is the'way they all do. They count on a tuture and that is no mistake as every one has a future that warrants putting up1 good schools el when it does not come'within four] and other public -buildings. or five pounds of that weight is sure to work harm on the advertiser, for ofsroonrfor The' hearts youth -But never Ja playground j fspeit, Xo, neveria -place Plenty of room tor schools and halls, Plenty of room for art; Fienty of teas and. Platform, stage and mart. irbud is the finds'-a: .place For many fad' tWay; But she's more than 'blind if she fails to'find A place forHhe 'boys to Uive .them anchance' sport, chance for Better .a playground plot than a court And a jail when the G-ive you'. stint Uiem now To-morrow you'll have to pay. A larger bill for -darker ill, So give them a chance to playl such mon expression is that the "half has -never yet been told." But seme men and publicitv who are green at the b'usi- statements cannot be _ I and the person or organisation mak- hand, their com- ing them isr-put-down as i-nre- nabie. .Xot only that, out the state- ment of all other organizations in the same country are. put in the same crass, though the fatilt is not theirs. TEACH PARENTS THROUGH THE CHILDREN LE CONSERVATION of city in matters of hygiene and Health is becoming, as it and reached them throush one of the matters that most concerns the general public, as iwell as the medical fraternity. A very large percentage of the people 'who die each year would not have "passed from the's'cerie'o'f'activity if ;they or their parents had been aware of even the simplest rules of health. JtJut it is not to be expected that they should obey _ and follow these rules ihe children at school in a very sim- i% way. He bad placards printed and 'distributed ainons the children and had them take the cards hoin- to their parents. These were necessar- ily very simple, and