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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PigeS Like "The Kettle on the Hob" of grandmother's time- the krge Circle Water Pan of Cheer" Furnace supplies the moisture so necessary to tfie air we breathe. -rnace with Its apology for a watcrpan holding or.ly a few quiiti, jy aaiibJe to keep the air it heats half as humid as outdoor air. .This dry air shrinks the woodwork, loosens the joints of ths furniture, cries and shrivels up the house plants, and worse still, affects your skin, throat and lun js in much the same way. That's why you catch cold so easily ih winter "Good Cfeeer' FURNACE with its mew patented "Circle Waterpaa" supplies ,air like the breath of summer that is not only warm, but humid, like the air .outdoors. You can live more comfortably in this humid, healthj "Good Cheer" atmosphere at than you can at or in the dried-out air supplied by the average furnace. There's both health and economy in a "Good Cheer" Furnace. The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, October 13, li your mind to _ Furnace, for full description.. BLACKSMITH CAN RETIRE Spokane, Wash., Oct. -F. Kobertson, a master blacksmith 'and tarrier in Spokane, who has put shoes on all kinds oi' horses, from Indian? cayuse to trained racer aud accumu- lated a, fortune from his work in the last 11 years, expects to retire the i of the year, though, he says, he is unable to find any physical reason lor quitting his work. He is 50 years of age and rides in a high power au- omobile to his shop, where-he labors mne hoars a. day at his trade. He has received an otter of for his business, which cost him when he came to Spokane in iSOiJ. Robert- son is a uativ-3 of Canada, born iu Ontario in'I860. He an orch- ard near Spokane, and it" ho reli-es as smith; rest of his TAMMANY AND WALL STREET y.. Oct. St. and Tammany .Hall have shaken i hunds. Theodore Roosevelt, when he expects to .devote the) he opened'his campaign icr the Re- years to aorl-culture. He i Pelican State ticket, heiv. today, has made a study o: poar 05. {Bating to a'great crowd in Wash- Kobensoa has five men in his em-j Park> are "Shting for ploy, aud to prove that owning 4rul-e Ol" tne P'-Oplc against the automobile doss not unfit -i tnr! fbameless combination of crook- L a raaQ politics and crooked linanoe that BLAMES EXPLOSION ON -THE ANARCHISTS Paris, Oct. IS. A powerful bomb exploded at midnight -in front of the 'House No. 6 Rue Be Barrie. a few .from, the ChamDs J2iysse. The explosion smashed the door and. ser- political outlook had nance of Austria with Germany and Italy, .the Emperor 'become ii' possible -closer and relations of Aus- wc mui Aim. ser- a11 the other powers were lously damaged the Facade. '.All the! Tbe in ;con- windows in the Tinnkpc -tc-oro CxuatOE; refer throne in which he declared that he was gratified to see that a .clearing hard work he does nine hours six days a week at the forge. His shop is equipped with electrically driven nacimers and .suoe-fittin? -machines aud labor-saving- devices, and is mod- ern in every respect. SHELDON AFFAIRS BADLY TANGLED finance since Tweed was our stale has seen driven'.from power, he declared. John A. Dix, democratic candidate for governor he- -dismissed with a few words, as the !'Respectable and un- DES MOINES PLAN IS A SUCCESS Travelling Newspaper Corres- pondent Sizes Up Com- mission Form of Government important figurehead Hall." of Tairjnany Montreal. Oct. in The latest de- The a Sheldon fiasco tend tC the position oi those WHY RAILWAY RATES ..SHOULD BE RAISED Washing tot, Oct. 12. President yas. McRae. of the Pennsylvania Ry.; illuminated today's hearing before the Interstate Commerce Commission on advances in freight- rates by the roads.east of Chicago. He was on the witness stand throughout the, CSV _ -n I- 1 -broken. in the adjoining .houses were >Sb onev was injured. M. Le- .-pine, was ..qwicMy. on 'the' scene. Fragments" of the -bomb were- to a tebpratory, It appears to .hare been constructed r out -of a' large fettle. The police attribute the out- rage to anarchists. bat it is a mystery why they 'chose "this house as, no om- ciais reside there. to a proposed im- provement in the material condition of forces of the. empire whereby the i who confidently placed their cash in the hands of the sold maker. The as- :sets appear to be precisely what his house and the furniture of the "house ,and office will; realize after the amount of the mortgage ot on (Toronto Globe' Correspondence.) Des Moines, Oct. noou to-day twenty-eight of the leading 'business men of Des Moines sat dowi to a luncheon, and while they ate and subsequently they debated "wha they could do to keep from suspen sion a packing plant now in bank ruptcy through lack" of working capi- ta! or inefficient management o-" both, it was argued that here was an iu- cuistry which expends a year in Des Moines and vicinity for ges and hogs; it was worth trying o .save it, 'and save it they no doubt 1. This incident in itself is of no general interest, but it is mentioned as evidence of the Des -Moines way. The meeting was of the Greater Des Moines -Committee, a voluntary baud. of thirty citizens, actually meet every week to talk: over means of helping Des Moines. They not on- ly meet, but they .contribute about a year good 'of, city projects, and take'the lead in-other movements, such as a sew Y. M. C. a Coliseum, a beautiful bridge ov- er the river, and the like. What Started It it is all an outgrowth of the -Des Aloises plan of city government, an The Range With A Perfect The oven of a Sask-Xlta Steel Range ..perfectly. It is so constructed that the-Distribution ot heat is always even. The turkey or-joints cook to a nut-brown turn on all sides. The pudding] bread and pies always come out'of tpc'Sask-Alta oven i evenly baked. advantage It -takf >s 'the largest joint or the biggest; fourth inch pies can be set side by side. Added to all this the Steel the .necessity" from the experiment, now happfl is properly ventilated so aff-et -The McClary thermometer always- indicate the .proper degree .of heat for any-. purpose The nickel-steel lining can't bulge or can.'t burn out -won t admit dust. Ask the nearest McGlary asrent Jo point out the many other points of m.erit found in the bask-Alta alow. Write now for the Sask Alta booklet. Address the nearest McClary bra-neb. view point of, raUwavs in mafcine; the I increases ,in rates on account ot the increased expenses in wages in- curred by the' roads during The' last tan years, aggregated three percent. in the case, of; the Pennsylvania, the _. increased cost .-of living which bears legal expenses connect-1 upon every operative in the railway" 'service and the increased cost o'f uiit, UUJUJUCVU- ed with t-he liemidaiion 'and- other prior claims have-been The monarchy would.be enabled effective-! prospects -for 'the- creditors are; "there- AUSTRIAN EMPEROR -'SATISFIED. WITH'OUTLOOK Vienna, Oct. to an afi- dress by the presidents of Axistror Munganan Fran- cis'; Joseph ly to look after not only its own in-jiore, very.poor unless Sheldon' comes terests. but, _aiso those of the neace 1 back- Sheldon's safe was-empty when of Europe. i opened. Mr. Burnett, official' "guard- now, ana IT; is safci t.hut .aH.hi-ma-h STORM ON FLORIDA COAST Key West, Fla., Oct. heavy wind and rain, storm which swept this city last night continued this morn- ing and the wind.came from-the r maintenance of railway service ade-' .quate to of the people. opened. Mr. I ian, is in charge oi'thc books" UUw and it is said list of Sheldon's clients and or "his liabil- be prepared from ities can easily these, it will be a remarkably-clever man who will succeed in preparing i anything liko an statement east accompanied by a falling rchat Sheldon has done with to the weather fore- i caster the main storm is centered in! dav SPIRITED AWAY THE ABBOT i-ondon, Oct. news despatch from Calcutta says that intense citement exists, in Thibet- The Chit! "a succes with variou modifications in nearly four score-oth er American towns and cities. De Moines founded her plan'-on that'o Uaiveston, which -unfortunate city re- cast her system of, government afte' the Gulf" of Mexico rolled in one nigh and swept, away .about-'everything the. .Qalveston was sor clean af ter-the tidal wave she wanted to wash away her sins of. municipal govern ment, and Des. tired "of he. experience in neglect and; inefficien tcy and aldermanic rule land bosismV turned to the .-commission nese, authorities at Lhassa arrested] -he Dalai, Lama's representative, an j system, ,wirh the further innovation and. sentenced him" to be hanged. The.jpeopie are so angry the Y.ucatan channel and still moving direction. 1 of provision for the initiative and re- rerenaum. -UiY QPT11 ItlPQG tl 111 COD en ails you Do you need glasses If so, we can give glasses which will give you absolute satisfaction. -Henderson glasses are ground on the premises, which guarantees a prompt and efficient service. _ You'll see better if you use our TORIC -LENSES: .They conform to the shape of the .eyes, and increase the range of vision. See our Cooper Mountings. We have the sole agency for Southern Aloerta. Just received a large import order of Field Glasses Upera Glasses and Magnifiers. Artificial Eyes, and everything in the optical line. Glasses that fit your eyes are worth all they cost. Unrest Tins. Republic of the United" States created nearly a half -the only true "principles of h'as leaigied much in 'recent !ye___ and in this grace" 1910. j her 'perfection as a, dem- 1; ocratic commonwealth 'than jever before. The nationals of "the.' widespread conviction wealth has secured due privileges over the masses, and a (political revolution. is threatened, bri j now actually in process." Now., in the 'lesser spheres ofi civic government: who shall perform the -di nified djities- of legislation and ap point subordinates to look .after ad ministration, is breaking down, to b replaced 'by commissioners who wil Toronto, Vancouver, for Sale! All Users of "SILENT" le no noise or sputter 7 odor are quick, safe Made by limited, Ask your nearest grocer for them be the administrators themselves anc shall personally be responsible tneir respective departments. No Party Politics for EYE SPECIALIST Evenings by Appointment Office Hours: 930-a 2-5 WRIGHT'S NEW JEWELRY STORE -in the Des Moines plan, now in its third year of operation, ward lines (are abolished, and .party .politics have j no place. The mayor is elected as such, and his four asociates of the commission have their departments assigned to them after the election. The mayor is superintendent of the department of public': affairs: one commissioner supervises the parks and public property, another streets and public improvements, the third public safety, and the fourth accounts and finances.. The.-commissioners are tuns in a greater degree administra- tive officers than under any previous j system, and as everything is done in jopen light, their acts are subject to criticism and inspection from day to i day. it were as if Controller Foster j j in Toronto were also Chief of Police Departments, Cont of the treasury jund so on. j -'ormerly the councillors in Des Moines were paid ?250 each per ?ez land leu the work to others to per- now they are paid each. T-'Kh the mayor and they do Jthe work they know it is doneandthe people know where to lay the blame j if it is not dene right. They are el- ;ected for ir.-o years, the last eiecuon, iwc or the four commission- ers were defeated. Kat Borne Good Fruit Of course, the change in system was not made without difficulty. The j "Old as the reactjoiiary ranks I are called in this country, opp'osed it hvith vigor and misrepresentation. j But the plan has been a succes, oth- erwise it would not be copied so wide- ly. One sees its fruits in new brid- ges over the Des Moines River, in the beautiful system of street light- ing, in in the nandsome new city hall now being erected. More than ever, the civic the commissioners to remedy. Efficiency and Simplicity "Des Moines would not go back to the old system for said Col. Lafayette Young, editor" of The Capital, who -said that he had had no part in originating the idea, -but' had taken it Mayor up enthusiastically. James R. Hanna said following- year, .was won today 7 Barrow, -100 to 6. Pietri. he'avil' r oacked at 11 to S, was second, and th e hitherto unbeaten Seaforth. 50 to i, third. King William and Sandal al? x> ran. that experience "had shown that the tern led to greater efficiency and sim- plicity in the city government. The city got 100 cents for every dollar spent, whereas they used to get only about 60 cents, owing to incompeten- cy and waste if not actual dishonesty. J'he old form "of city government was founded on the theory that the councillors' duty" was mainly to pass egislation." said- -Hayor Hanna. "The new theory is that it is largely ad- ministrative, just as you. would run.a railroad or any other large cnter- 'Tribute to Canadians' Des Moines has a population of 00 people, and though it is well pleas- -v better governed than we are anyhow. You have inherited the good old Eng- lish ol respect for authority." YOURWATCH Does it need cleaning acnd repairing. The very best watchWTiscjre their -day of repairs and" cleaning. Have your -time- piece attended to before it is -worn out for lack -of oJV and cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is fine and delicate and the slightest -friction makes -trouble'and wears the parts out. We will guarantee and clean your watch aud will warrant the job to be O. K. E.A.EWERT- JEWELER, Round St. BE TAXFD LfLi IriALiil spirit that, has been aroused shows it- self in such an. organization as the Ureater Des Moines Committee, is ev- idence of what- Des Moines people say is a new era. There is siuch'yrt to do, for there are smoke and bill- board nuisances, find unkempt lawns Fort William, Ocfl-L _ Charging that the G-.T.P. elevator, one ot the largest .in the world, does not belong and is not being operated the G.T.P. Railway, but by a distinct firm, the city of Fort-William will refuse to exempt the plant from tax- ation. Under the original agreement vv'ith the-city, G.T.P.'s terminal, in- cluding elevator, was to be exempted for a period or 20 years the city finds, according to the'city assessor that the elevator is G.T.P. property in came only. As the rate is-.twenty- thrt-e mills, the new ruling will mean a year in taxes to' the owners of the elevator. TEN TO ONE FAVORITE WON rvewmarKet, Kng., Oct. j UddJe Park Plate, six furlongs, the j winner of which is often supposed to t ia viteii supposed to and vacant lawns which it will test-be the favorite lor the Derby of the' GEO. TAYLOR'S for ckoice fresh Cut "Eoses, Car of tiio And all other Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets-and Plants of all kinds for. sale and to rent Free delivery to-all parts the city, GEO. TAYLOR FLORIST Corner Bartlett and Londo .B Road; Phone 675 P. 0 Be 1353. ;