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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. 1224 6 months, by DAILYHERALD AXD EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reporter Jal, and News Dept. 1052 3 months, delivered WEEKLY HERALD mouths, in 75c Vj-HJC-3 jQniSr Book Store, J. G. Roben- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. w Hamilton. Pinchcr J. Mitchell D. L. ilcCrea. Bros. Drue Bcok Co. 3. BwL ....50c The bMinsrual language question in Ontario will develop a lot of userjs of profane language in Ontario polit- ical The Strathcona Plaindealer calls the Calgary Atbertan a dirty bird. ihe editors had better come to Press convention here this week and" right it out. A United States 'commission is rais ing the battleship Maine and the Eo- PUWican party would like very. much to fill up the vacancy in the Havana harbor with the State of Maine. Local option is the question of up- permost importance in Saskatchewan just now. Nearly two hundred places will vote on it on December 15th, in eluding the four cities of the province H From Other .Sanctums Tories All With .Him (Ottawa Free The Halifax Herald says: "To talk of an alliance between Bourassa and Craribrook, 8. Atchisou. L. Relceclte. Grassy Tughaia. Diamond D'Arc's Unig Store, M. Northam Vancouver, 3. Wide News Co. Brown 2J.9 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. trafnt. Side Lights One day a big city bank received the [lowing message from one of its country correspondents: "Pay twenty- live dollars to John Smith, who will call today." The cashier's curiositv- suspicious when a cabman assisted into. the. bank 'a drunken who shouted that hs was John Smun, and wanted some money. Two clerks pushed, pulled and piloted the boisterous individual into a, private room away from the sight and hearin Conservative party is to assume fuie existence of an impossibility, "hy, then, should Conservatives- -D. .Monk, T. C. Cusgrain, Dr. Mr. Blondin, M. P., and mem- of ail the leading French Conser- e clubs in Quebec be aiding Mr. Bourassa? if Bourassa was indepen- dent upcn .the support of Nationalists only, he would have a bare half doz-i en spokesmen at his command, in-j stead of the whole force of the Con- servative party in Quebec? A Jolt for the Q. O. R. (Ottawa Free all the comments which have reached us in connection with the re- cent visit of the Queen s Own Rifles <.o England, whether in the Old Coun- try newspapers themselves or bvj means of the letters of the Canadian I correspondents who accompanied the! regiment, the note was one of congrat- and high praise. But some' has been good enough to send to Canada a copy of a weekly journal en- atled "John which is described1 as an .Imperial mouthpiece, and ,it us the reverse of the medal, will Toronto say when it reads Tuesday; October 18. lain For Sale Burdett Terms to suit purchaser 50 x 125 on Macduff, Sewer and water. One quarter caah handles rent for per month to right party 50 x 125 near London. PHc- and terms upon application Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block gives Phone 1212 HENRI BOU-RASSA an F. D. Mont, AT. p., are goin up and down through the pro of Quebec denouncing Canad giving any assistance in the way a--nav7 to Great Britain, find and old Liberals boldiv defend Lftiuier'8 youn meeting in Montreal A. David, an ardent young Liberal, declared that he wanted it understood that the youth of the province had not been carried away by the most Degrading and unpatriotic appeals T- "no assistance to the Empire guarantees our rights as free If it were Mr. David .w to ground. Victoria and the' country surrotinding the capital are indignant .the provincial university was not located there instead of Vancou- ver. Wny Mr. McBride should be blamed is difficult to explain, for the said, they would not -be the valiant stock from which they came. He was very severe upon those who had stirred tip people by unmanly and unpatriotic appeals, such as pic- taring sons being, torn from their mo- tJiers fight the battles of the .will be loyal to the Hag .that protects concluded Yfr of regular depositors. The cashier wired the country bank: "-Man claiming to be John Smith, is Mr. David. -Mr. David -speaks for the intelligent iTendi Canadian, who is anxious for a united Canada, and who believes as strongly in the benefits of British con s co nection as the English speaking Can rtfarte? An Highly intoxicated, await The answer read: "Identification complete. Pay the money." One of the best known bishops has a fond of esceiient clerical stories at his disposal, although it is "seldom that any but his intimate friends are mih them. Here are .one or tills: The press have only to announce that somebody will go somewhere a certain honr by a certain route, and J idlers. the. streets are lined with Perhaps the poorest show of Shall fcrnd was provided by the Can- adian rifles on their way to lunca uniforms looked funereal; figures were weedy, almost sug- or ballet girls; their complex- bore traces of banquets, and they or groggy gait. F.ew how to keep -AS Sir Henry Pellatt he rode like a two: McBRIDE HAV.'NG TROUBLE, a-cabinet''Minister but he Vti a- a _ D-Suming to loseI was strong and bitter about this mat- ter alonsr comes. a fairly well and A certain preacher, discoursing up- on Bunyan and his work, caused a otter among his Hearers by exclaim- these my brethren, we __ M iwuc wAtj a tailor on a sack of wheat. Even the J-'sar of Bulgaria, could points." give him iUi i-llS -selection was made by an independ- ent, commission of ticated. .report .that Mackenzie an Mann nad declined to carry out the railway programme outlined for Van- couver Island. by'JfcBride during the election campaign. more Banyans." Anotner clergyman, pleading earn- estly Trttn His parishoners for 'the of a' cemetery for their them to consider "the _., t How is that for high Imperialism? sm Jjfeilet ancl -tailors on sacks of! indeed.' We shall await with! interest what Toronto has to sav to this cnarming illustration of imperialism." B A Sartorial Shock (Chicago Tribune.) consider "the c from time to time referred condition of thirty thous- lo ijle customs of the eastern Christian Englishmen living as they'differ out Chrisnan burial." Still more slip: that the commission was influenced in its decision -by Eon. W. J. Bowser -h- naturally wants to strengthen "J11 tile city fle rePresests. there is hardly likely to That made the Island hand, and-the was this clerical A gentleman said to the minister- do you expect to see- Deacon 5. again said the reverend gentle- 'from those Ten- genue-: solemnly; "the deacon is in hea- "ema as they the west Itis-an_____-w_ and the sociologist-of collects these- data will have valuable material for a work showing how different_sectionS of the conn- there was report-! -1 of jjjiiEij LU be .any ground for such a-charge as tfca'rv, j.C US OVmce 01 tll6 2 rf tte commission not nave railroads of the character to -be influenced from JUTJUl Columbia, and form a -little to SASKATOONS SPECIAL C0300TTEE of ner annum' annum n saskatoon apuointed to all mine whether the city shall be resolutioils and bylaws, have mine whether the city shall bei Tesol] .governed by commission report in tile part, as follows: the collecting "That two commissioners :be ap- pointed to work in conjunction with the mayor lor the management of civ- business, and that a bylaw be pre- pared denning the powers of the citv commissioners, it .is of all of .taxes departments, mended that the conncll appoint board of commissioners o? police who shall have charge and control of the police force and department of this city. The powers of the commis- sioners, when appointed, are to be solely of an executive and adminis- trative character, except when from time to time the council sees fit to relegate further powers to tnem. The commissioners will devote their whole time to the city's affairs, and their salary is not to be less than OUR POINT OF VIEW .Edmonton proposes to give all in- dustries free water and free and nothing more. The Legislature is summoned to meet on November 10. if it devel-' ops into anything like last session most of the members will be driven to take a few months' treatment at the new asylum at'Pondka.' The Montreal is offering ?5- 000 reward for information that will slV0 arrest-antl conviction of bheldon the stockbroker. He have left a big unpaid advertising ac- count behind Mm. S management of the devolve entirely upon thenT general expenditure, and rennn- the council during the ember m each year. They will J deal with new the all, was the half unconscious sort that sprang so whole hearteoly from the masses. Here is a story that ne tells in support of his theory: A woman who had -been selling fish entered a street car with an empty basket on her arm, still giving forth an unmistakable odor of the finny tribe it had carried. Sne took a va- cant seat next to a young man a noticeable wao drew his coat tails away and plainly showed his gnst. o- 1 SCraW trousers, tan shoes, was coat socks was startling enough, butj rGclSQEt hpH.atrA i Connecticut. men. sleep marched'shirts, for ons Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It will fe the choicest part of the city. O.OOambnth Without Interest and Wiithout Taxes i For full information, call or address I P.O.BOS 1379 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone !29j in one's dav "I remarked the woman rather there beside the presently, "that you'd a. gentleman m IK required to a of the city cotmdl ersnip going to end? Mr. Haultain tells the Eastern peo- ple that the .West is strong for a lower tariff. HOW pleasing to the ears of E. B. Osier, M. P., and other Solent Tory high protectionists thn sews must have been, especially tog from a Tory like Mr. Haultain. Suffield, a the South Alberta Irrigation boasts of the finest hotel in the vlnce, .and the te- net ar. idle one. of people in the t, it is only fatbered b Co class of men in neod of j wi4iy xi cessary to mention that they are pro- STftfiSfTTA J. _ game enough to" col Btruction of a public scnool bv private to InSSft thetfQuaJfers Philadelphia won., and the noise was so great ar tho There was a moments pause, and men she looked uu at him and said, "So would I." If a man has no family tree itTs up to him to- branch out for himself. W'nen a young widow, gets on a man's trail he can do one of two or take to the tall timbers. After a girl discovers that she has been left at the post in the. matrimon- al race, she proceeds to' boom her in- tellectuality. UP t0 date Jewelry and manufacturing plant- located in 7 at the corner of Redpath and Glyn wn located m the Sherlock _ J t3Ut 1JJ, UG TO fho rt j j? J.T tion of the line of goods which he intends carrj-in- "We ut f puwic and for their inspec- you. His staff consists of experienced workmen fcTeverv and Ieave the rest to the idea of good service for everybody. Of course we are not'i of this business is success, so here's health to your purse. riSbt tilings- values depends for the purchase of Property of Herman B. Durvea owner' of this superb estate in the heart 0" the lleadowirook country. The the most OTOm- nenL of the many superb residences m the ncmity and together with the esu Sarage and numerous farm of brick and stucco constru been OF SCIENCE t-Tpress water tanks -have LONGER A LUXURY BUT A NECESSITY A Hot Water Bottle in the house is an everyday comfort and convenience besides a safeguard against much of the sickness that comes with cold weather. We have just received a big shipment, fresh from the fac- THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Satisfactory Block, Day and Niaht NlQht Bell The h' -ve een known- to defy decay for more than a quarter of a century. .Vaccine virus is rendered a'bsolute- JJ Pure by radium emanations ac- cording to an Italian scientist -the clllef wheat exporting countries are 'Aastnuia, Canada< afld a tbe CWef Keat Burning in proportion to population" are the united kingdom and Germany [RON AND BRASS FOUNDERS.. MACHINISTS, ffiL 4CKSMITHS AJVu BOILERMAEEES PHOTSE338 BARONESS BAD DRAWER 3010 THE LETTER BOX IT A CITY OFFICIAL' Editor of The Herald- li BD.r ji note a letter dealing with the sixth Plank in my platform re efficiepr.v Sir, while I am at allies quite wiJlins to discuss my piatfrrm Jet I am not going to .Jebaie a qucs- through the prass without know- ing who my opponent may onymous communications are not best way for to be ened on a subject he seems to S so mud, at heart ts Jt ue may in some way be connected v.-ith one of the many city jobs to vn ch the questioll of efficiency has e applied that he rushes into prinl daring to sign his name "ioi.Ts truly, S. .W. TUCRXVELL. Wi re Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages, Injectors, Safety Valves, Y Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Engine We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in part, Write tor description and prices. n PINCHSR CITY By investing in Pincher City Property you vestment There is no doubt but that this prooertj S of a smaU 5 who have investigated the future project, of Ser O't the optaion of ma vestigate for yourself, and then follow your best 7 ask to J'nvest UQtil you in- mvest m or not You can make the iS PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;