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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Friday, October H, 1910. THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Published oy the Lethbridge Herald Publishing- Co., erery Uwful evening at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Canada VWl .A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AM> EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and News Dept. 1052 PHONE: Advertising vCirculation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered 6 months, 3 months, i month, .delivered.......35c 13.00 1 year, by mail 6 months, by mail 3 months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desired, but boic. new and old addresses must be siveu. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and conuiina a summarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 3'ear, in 3 months, in advance 6 months, in advance----75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- .-son. Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Druff. Store. Co., R. "W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. ,Lu McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Cranbrook, 8. Seattle u and which- ;wiH, cnroughout the world, that Seattle tol erates vice conditions tnat would be tolerated by no other city in the Un- ited the'city, or injure it? when, after A visit th'rough the re- stricted district of., the city, a viiau with- the standing and1 reputation O. L. Reinecfce. Grassy Dr. Xugham. Diamond Dr. D'Arc'3 Drug Store, Medicine L. M. Northam Vancouver, B. World Wide News Co.' Minneapolis Brown Brown 219 -4th Sfc Also on all C. P. R. trains. of. Napoleon, trarrst'erred and-family "toBrazil. While a "French- army occupied Lisbon John succeeded to the throne iu 1810, and in 1821 re- turned to Lisbon. The next year Brazil asserted her independence, and Pedro, a son of King. Jinn, came her first emperor. Pedro sue- to Attaur JBurrage Farweli, of Chicago, ceeded to the ciown ol' Portugal in says'that in no other city has he seen 1826, jmVresigned the right iu favor conditions so is such an ?n- of his" daughter, Maria. Pedro's -bro- nouuceinent something to be proud of or to be ashamed of; something Craw people into Seattle or keep t' away from it? There is a High moral standard a low one. To interests of a community is no; tbe mghest appeal, out it must-be remeic- Dered that Seatc's has fallen pretty low. Thert is nothing truer in the world than that irnmc'ralry doesn't pay. And when Seattle' realizes it, the shameful conditions which, she now tolerates, will be.removed. STILL NEED OF PUBLICITY B USIS-BSS MEN. who feel thai the 'Lethbridge Board of Trade should, let up 'in its publicity .campaign fail to recognize that oth- -cities, larger than Lethbridge ov- en, are spending thousands of dollars the rii- all about their ad- _. vantages. for instance, cities like Portland and Seattle. they never cease putting in print stor- -ies of1 the richness of the country ajbont them, as well as the cities them- selves.; Surely what is good business for Seattle, Portland and Spokane is good business for Lethbridge. :.'.Tne- argument is sometimes put we will lose, and lose! lorth that all the.homesteads are tak- en "up and most of the land is sold in the "country about here, and what is'to rest -on their oars, imagine. the use. of campaigning to bring in more settlers. It is true that most of the Homestead land has been taken. but there are 'large tracts of land in the hands of men who never intend to cultivate it, and one of the missions of the f Trade sho -to get Never Entered Heads (Calgary Albertan.i The comments of all ths newspa- pers in the province, -gove-nmeiit rind otherwise, have bseu read, and it may come ns a surprise to K. H. Riley, nevertheless, it must be said that not one paper has sver clftim ed that his defeat was a vote in.fav- or of the A. G. W. Side Lights .She Cooled His Ardor John Hays Hammon-a, at a dinner in talked, about captains o! industry. "Of course, to a certain extent, they must be he said. "They must discharge incompetents, refuse to em- ploy needy friends, if those friends belong incompetent class. Bun then-----" Mr. Hammond smiled. don't have to refuse rant a constitu-; revolt in 1842 into' tner, however, had designs upon the' throne, and for. several years civil Var ..waged between the brothers1. Britain, France and Spain helped Pedro and he prevailed. v Queen-Maria's, reign was full of trouble.., revolt in 1S36 forced the Queen to cion, and' a second brought another popular party power. Queen ilaria died in 1S53 and her consort, Prince Ferdinand ot' Saxe- uoburg, 'became' regent during the minority their son, Pedro V.. Ped- ro died of cholera in 1SC1, refusing to leave the .stricken city. Ferdinand continued as resent. until the next neir, Luiz, came Luiz was suc- ceeded in 1SS9 -by his sou, Carlos, who was assassinated two years later. The Kepublican-party came into existence in 1SS1, and has ever since been more or. less active. The success of the Brazilian Republicans in 1SS9 stimu- lated the movement abouc the time of King .Carios' secession, while an- other attempt to found a republic -was before his assass- ination. 'Tills attempt was frustrated largely through the activity of ihe Premier and dictator, who, how- ever, was later forced to See from the country. f I Fully modern house cm Crabt Street, 7 rooms, easy j termsj This house can be purchased furnished or without 8 room fully modern house on 40x225 ft lot on Duf- ferin Street, Terms made absolutely to suit right purchaser For sale or rent, 7 room fully modern house on McDuff Street Easy terms to right party. House new. per month rent A snap Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 IRRIGATED LANDS TUere are 3554 private irrigation in -Saskatchewan and Alber- ta, Saskatchewan having 154 and Al- people to come In and purchase this friends "point -he said. -They (and tie and 'Aslongjcan forstall whatjis coming; Like the f'nmi oerta 210. In addition, there are the Canadian Pacific irrigation scheme: their Ith6 Southern'Alberta Land Company, an.ci Irrlga- T lies Idle, wealth is not be- girl, you A caller said to this pretty -girl the" ing produced, and Lethbridge is ing, if the Beard of Trade can im- press people Alberta soil is more productive than. any other in the then the people .will come, buy the land, occupy it and cultivate it If 'My purpose ib calling tonight, dear Miss Smith, or Mary, for I may call you Mary, 'may. I not "'Oh, the young girl ed calmly. 'Yes, certainly--All papa's we -cease -presenting the friends me Mary.'.; _. "Ann And C 4-U. JVOG, IUJLU. I more than people, _who .are willing e of .course, the. AGRICULTURE FN SCHOOLS I N A SPEECH at Mr. E. made s. plea for banquet atj otaer professions, and agriculture, Barker ourr basic industry, is not paid proper agricultural attention to. is .needed is a high grade conrse .in training- in our public schools, and the Herald believes with. Mr. -Barker .that for studentj -DUl la- order :to interest the farmers'" sons impress Mm with ..the high standing farm, life- to keep then> on the j of and 'make him: realize farm; more attention.' should ie paid r that tiie caUhig" is second "to none, in PORTUGAL WAS ONCE GREAT .Portugal affords an excellent? ex- ample of a nation, that was pr.ce" great and lias decayed.Via the fifteenth cen- tury its sailors were among-'the most enterprising in Europe. Henry the Navigator early in the century ex- plored, the African. coast, the course that win not only provide Urms of countrymen ywlested-half of Morocco'from tfie Vaseo education in the prim- ary-schools, it is true that our sent system does more to attract to the world- Our public schools' should assist in .-keeping- tie farmers', sons, at least, on the land. C. LIBERALS NOT A HAPPY FAMILY EWS 'DISPATCHES a few days days ago. told of a fistic en- counter John Jardine, M. P. P., and .Hon; Win, Templeman, Mines. Jardine could not get nis -way in .some political ap- pointments, and proceeded to use his lists--on the Cabinet minister. The incident is- merely an outcropping of the ;-sitastion of the Liberal (party in .British. Colniabia at the present tune. Join Jardine hasn't any partic- standing in the party. with the JUInes about represents the feeling of .most of the Liberals in that province. Mr. Templeman overlooks the Liberals time and again: he does not seem to care for their opinion or public opinion for -that matter. Natu- rally, the Liberals resent this attitude. Again, it is that he fails to present the- claims of B. C. vigorously enough at Ottawa, and the province is overlooked on that account. Dis- so rampant that it-is not unlikely }tr_ Templeman will be replaced. Many Liberals wonder why he was .taken back after bis defeat in victoria after the last general elec- tion, but one of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's characteristics is loyalty to his clu rriends and colleagues, even to the dis cla Gama in 1497 Cape' of Wood Jdope. and -opsned -tite ,Way''for Portuguese activity-in tbe east, an ac- tivity which in the 'conquest of. Malacca and "-the Sunda Islands, and .tbe 'exploration in "-part Tne discovery and. settlement of Brazil .belongs to- the sairie" period. About the middle of tbe sixteenth century the decline began. King.-Se- bastian .was drawn into conflicts with the Moors and was finally defeated and slain. Bit by bit territory was ceded away, some Moors, some to Spain, some to ,-England. About 15SO Philip IL of Spain claimed the tnrone and backed his pretensions by a powerful army. For sixty years the deadly blight of Spanish tyranny was upon the nation, and then 'in 1640 a successful conspiracy .of the higher rty, "but bis advantage-or the partv sometimes. It G0bles