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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta iwa. oict__ MANAGING DIRECTOR. AXD EDITOR. s{ Editorial, 5 Rep'ortorial, -and PHONE; -Advertising Circulation and Depts. :DA'LySUBSCRIPTION WATES f b-v months, delivered J '___... _ f 1 year, in advance in advance V.'-Alc, Ctoss Dnig Book J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston firJack- son, Alexandra Hotel) Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, McCrea. Bros Drus Boot Co. Fernie, 3. THE DAILY HERALD FOR-SAUE-A'T should iigv and, ;inkact, are trying., to (Chicago Tribune.) lie Standard Oil Com'panv that-it is in., any-time during decent yeai'-tie consumption- of; refined -.oil in he wopehy Was. com" Here we-see tnis great monopolistic concern pro- er'ltbea> thati, instead of levying poii j -airaiaS1 itself a .belrever .in' the. cfd- fashioned the wav to' Jncidei. make money; .is ,to SNAPS o Orangemen (Toronto Cranbrookr'B; Beattie Atchisoi Grassy Tugham. Diamond. D'Arc's Store! Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, 5. ft'orld .Vide News Co. Brown 2lSv4th St. Also on an R. trains. prices. Borders-without tne Orange Sentinel, there "beln Portuguese lodge of the religiou! waica has T. s. Sproule, W for its Grand. Sovereign. Struck the Lucky Day (.Montreal Pier-aid.) no or- D ,._--------- Whatvis .fail' a, thati, instead- of levyin income im- 1 ?.re ?9 oil the labor power and ViiACCCS) on.the -enterprise and 'energy 'of mer- ehants-.anS-imsiness men, alj' the mon- ey unity purooses to levied'Wcom created wealth, thatJs on the values That- is my I have been asked several-times lately .whether the city or the con- tractors bore tbe loss entailed on the construction of the new wells eries between the pumping station' s river. there was a 50x125 onpRedpath and Williams, 8plendid corner rnce and terms on application Ashmead near Courtland, facing east Price and terms right Splendid building site on Dufferin, either 50 feet or more, at reasonable price 50x125 ft. business location on Redpath. Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block That, when'you think close enough suave. DESPATCH WAS WCORHECT H.KRALD DESPATCH the ftoorMes di-i not position of Chief Justice of the Supreme 'Court of Alberta, and w< took occasion to commen-rthe promo- Now, it ajMeare that the des ,was wrong, and Judge Harvev Pice- on the. peach by 'It. is I jonditicii of THROUGH THE' BLUE GOGGLES that they so by A local bi-weekiy paper is to be Chief Justice .The HeraM worthy jx the f Chief .Justice. a has iiealch! Ports -be published in the a princi-sle of oisaiized labor, .a purpo4 ver3" Capable those who made editorial -c SUPPLY FOR LETHB1RIDGE MARKET Ar EARL? rHOKNIXG- TRAPS Irom Cardston opens to the mixed farmers of that district market for their- dairy and produce. It will be possible now Jtor the wide awake farmers of that district to get their fresh mill, fresh iresh eggs, and the produc--0f .well to the Lethbridge" couple of hours, and there: consid- difficulty in belieying, devotes to ed be: a ready and steadv de- this _ city. it is co be' h local dealers, win encourage this %one 'thing is certain, the sf the city want right from the distric7 of .th that editorials in its most issue in an endeavor no pro-ve increase of population does not real estate values; at least that appears to be -the aim .in for it is very hard indeed or tail of the, dope, dished tries to r the statements made by me last many thousand dollars, and if car- ried -by tae. contractors, vhp- .are Messrs. -Smith Bros, and nare considerably more than wiped I out the profits.on the new power and pump house-itself, which they also omit. The-City fathers stated some time ago that the contractors were carrying the loss, also that beyond one small bill for extra work put in- side the power-.plant in connection" the new engine and generator or ctered after ine old plant burnt: down. the contractors had submitted'no'bill of extras. There is every reason'to believe this, is correct, but in--vierv- of doubt having been expressed' than one ratepayer, it might be good plan for the city to issue." a detailed statement covering the whole of the new power and pumping plant inclurting, It .would make -mighty for other concern-' ing ..the work: on .the, wells and galler- ies_ us the o of usjngTtEe products of .an acces- a' of pointment of a district court 3Udge; has not made, 'tint there- interest in, this dis-' the possibility of Judge .Winter, being .Calgary. far as we can gather, the local ana. district bar is perfectly safe-. s-. _ with. Judge Winter as a judge. ; lienoridge, not in _ 7-7 prides itself ori; the ract. JusV as good a place to-reside .in as Calgary, t0- when So. far only -two-. candidates! are- ns ihese.-tnree statements must appear ea.u- he.ieft-fnr suPerfluous, if not. ridic- rather asiom, "that in .poplation .increases land the province, resides in his judicial district. pbligmg and kindly. However say that is a in the city, and a feeling that :ly justinable, that the dis- court judge" for this district -reflection -preparin campai-n s warine 1' _ econ- omy. and rorms the basis.ot the great- est reform ever attempted 67 the Brt- havener '.succeeded in" "do -t it does Wo more than more tha the: three to Requir "l" wtu UeUIKe. would be glad to Dnrtfen of taxation .The tretiring candidate are Aldermen }Hatchv King an r 'Bow man. Neither the" first-named nPr" the J Has been laid out the city's futures part of the city. do wand a Interest and Without Taxes to PER For full information, call or address Co. Suite IIS: Sherlock Bunding Phoiie 1291 tae welfare "and progress of the city. NOBLE CHRISTIAN W.O'RKER fla-J's issue of the Herald, correct No man could have" ed.the spirit of.true Chrisitialty more than this officer bas done duria- hie residence in Lethbridge. has .gone about doing it Un- ostentatiously and gladly-and manv a-sad and weary has 'been by acts and words of this I The stranger city, without friends, out of tune witn iis con- Lujuuga, otier lands. And isn't lab- Godly man, who toiled day and iOr united in one-cause the wholP round? sure thing Mi course, it tllfc The shifting of'.the I T81 'have as announced whethe- "value be candidates for re-election or not, although -bbth have remarked at various times during the past year that they were sick of the whole bus- iness and would be through at the end of their terms. None of those hav- ing another year to serve out, are like ly to withdraw, and necessitate "the election of a fourth alderman camed: out by the labor' parties o Australia 'and New, Zealand, -and h been ot the greatest 'benefit to-fhose the mosc democratic: and socially ad vanced countries in'the. world to. uplift .mankind and woman- great object was to inafce the -lives of the fallen and nn- 'Ortanate--Brlgater and better. NO could have served the -irmv He has sus- a body of prcud to labor But it is an easy thing'to under- stana why the editor or manager of the local labor sheet fs so out of tune j JIG ctixi- in- the without without ituf f instances capita) money and without'work "has'bepn I aw "rcastf.of icmanity. The a given counsel and assistant it 5! pays l Js'lribnie sincerely of the and It iUCflUJeves it 3S the real labor movement s, labor man at all. Whv. 'He is Adams, has been asked and urged repeatedly to .stand' for anoth- er term, and has usually replied' taa t the he will con ent If they don't want Mm then he won't run. This is as .goo s counting, him. elected, for there, i doubt about the people wantin He has made a most efficien o us: is ,_ cj-iitjexi a bloated capitalist! -Some years agoi and giving as progres he purchased a couple of lots in the i an administration as the city ha ever had, They cost him a has probably given a <-viat, uun a QHCU couple of hundred dollars or. He one than it has ev -improved them to tb or six hundred more. "manv such it oe-i r- aouars or-so. .He one tnan it Has ev People, thanks to this ktadlv offlw- 'S CCaVe-viBS to him an them to the extent of five er had .Although- comfortable b-on or regard t'uat is heM fi six hundred mdro 7n atLaching to the nffir-A ic in this city to-day. or six Hundred more. -In the course to the more-'noin of time Leiabridse grew mal Mayor Ad'am. grew and increas- f ed m population. And as the popnla- {noa grew the value of real estate grew. The manager of the pa- _. two ttred too many'for Ezra'Paley. hun active members of the Board it is they would new g, but not fo within, its walls. We're at the tail end i clearings just now, but i. long until we can boast abouTa high Place in the records. Kooseveit says Wall Street and iammany nave joined" hands. That 'n is hard to beat in Xew and Teddy knows it. Dormer United States Senator TUT of Spokane, sires Secretary c-f the Baliinger a caaracter testi- al. Canadians, who remera on the Alaskan j _ his testimon- don t cou-t lor anything. A vaudeville dance artist is blamed of King Manuel of Tbat will-be Did you ever notice tbe municipal critics, who come