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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfflilftftlDCE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October IS, 1913 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER tfO? Published by tho1 Lelhbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd, every lav. lul evening It'i Sixth LelhbrtJoj, FHONE! 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN MintplSg T. W. QUAYLE Ma.Tigl.iJ Eliitsr JOHN' TORRANCa PMONEl ClrculJtts.1 And 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATES jear delivered 1 reir. by 6 raoctbs. dellTered 52.00 G months, by aall 3 contts, delivered 3 couths. by wall 7So 1 nouth, delivered 35c. 1 monto, by mil: Ke- chactM ta olien ts but niw mi oil must tc {Wea. THE DAILY HERALD FOH SALE AT Cross Drtig Book Store: J. O. Rob- eriscn Si Co.; Jacksoa Co.; Alexandra Hotel: Peo- rlo's Drug Store; Kenuy Allih; LtUibritlje Hotel Stand; Eaprcss B'JI- ret" I.'Jtch. Oiatr.i'nii D'Ara Mtdrstne Hat Atitaiboli Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mur- Pty Co.; Cfiinliroofc Book- Comrany. Compmy. McCres; Mi'.cboH Dros Co........: Bros- Vinwuver Vi'lde WutM Nevs Co.; US Orantell Street....... Xews Co. 705 River Side Avenue. Grj.-iy LaSa Kolel. .Co- hen Xerrs'Asency. Book and Seii-s Store, 1CSA Eth Ave. Weat; World News Co. Pmcher Station Read. St. News Co. Knot dsn. Co. THE WEEKLY' HERALD tvtrr WtSntsd-y In of mjrt wtu. omulu l-jnunin cr Him cl lii WMk, loot tad SJiulcl 1 leir la 6 months In advince too v j When look outside our land ami consj'dcr-lhe lur- i moil caused by wars an4 industrial strifes of magnitude from j-which we.havc been Keftrti ifttist avuin well jf y way 'and iiutiviil- i up with.gratitude.thnt we j Thankfulness gfb'ws i to giuge-its proper measure "as it institution-: of .Ihf- larger sjiirit' in which it has liecn ought.' to brihgxhome lo each individual the' memorici'nol of of 'joys which have beeu iiis'or her in personal blcssh'ws with (has? .lie at we shall hWeW son belk-ve qccasiou been fittingly chosen for the unison of people in great expression of gratitude' which chums our dependejice on a Univefsal'Iieiu'g. Betwixt and Between tie things collectively naTe to Iwi. V-' iiuywaj- Stettltr has a Mister tax They pay CO intils. That the 13th Bf. subway Is going to bulit.soias time." -That'vre have had a city council to .9 Rummer's monotoixy. COMMON SEN 5ENSE pfAhd riirai muuicipnlily of Kow Island versus die Natural Gas Company intinialeiflvery. plain- ly _tp. counsel yesleriJay that bound hy ihe dcci.ion of ________ ______ _____ __. llohsr' said' that' lie.-'did.iioi agrff c, with the and it'v.ould not influence, reacluhg a thtcase T-" u nder. review. His Honor-- had- up fe., liich 'classified the plant of ti; rjiun i ng yonf g fa C ill i vii which apparently justifies the decision of the Judges who rend the spirit .of the law with as they interpret Ihe rigid ineaiiing of ambiguous phraseoiogj- arc-a rarity and the outspoken opinion of-Judge'Jackson refusing to have any- hing lo with "junk" arguments is full of promise for the people, lis Honor lias made a fine inipressipnifor the'shqft time he'has een on the bench, and if he continues, the-'same inde- icridence of-spirit in so'far as being tbvirid by such rulings as hat of the Ontario court in 'be, leiephonCjcasCj.tJic people will tave reason to hope for-a square-deal in the vhen it comes to with overbearing, selfiBh corporations.- -'al y pi a cing the. nierey.'of :m arket.' OM'ga- ;iidfts entered ;Vf rnjpltv.ipT 111 bse" on" side! in" flid'ni r of" j n le res t-'aji'd ,'a ctivi ly ini'm'uriici fial [cJeclih A i Ti'iiS''. t n tiie; s'am'8 to inspect; the voters' isi cot in the election of commissioners is warming up. In atWi- to this pleasing iudicalipn absence of ..jqnyiparlicular casting about for a North Lcthbridgc candidate, though there is no reason why this should not be done if he is considered qualified to represent ihe whole may lake it that the citizens of the northern district have wisely sensed that in the coming.election it should not be a case of a particular candidate lo represent N'orlh Lellibridge or South but one who will stand in the interests of both, mcan- as a whole. trust we are not mistaken in crediting thcni willi good intentions. JV'I-J. Jfhere.ihay have-been occasion' in an ordinaty municipal in the number of aldermen, when. North Lellibridge ,rightly i felt. have a'particular ;reprcsentialivc.; But tins'docs hot to what will soon be 'election. he lives on Uin north or on .the south side, of the track should, tojlie candulale i.h'jhe matter ofjget- fing voles.i The men elected will be of serving "all Lethbridge. Those on idcTiortjl those'on ihe south agree to this. And once again we urge the necessity of a meeting to obtain some consensus of ropinion. THANKSGIVING DAYi rPHE EXPRESSION of gratitude, varies in proportion lo Ihe f benefits received. Our appreciation of kindly actions is, us rule, measured by the degree of the 'favors conferred. Applying 'this to the present occasion on which the. day _set apart for national thanksgiving falls, we in the west must particularly fee! .'lhat our hearts are uncommonly full of the sentiment il reminds >s. We .are largely engaged in the primilive industry of thi 'univcrsti and our prosperity in a verj' great measure is confined lo the results of this. And now when harvesting operations, art almost completed we are in a position lo esiirinvic the full valut 'af its recompense. In this we can-all Iwppily join in a feeling o! Nature, through a kindly Providence, been liberal and munificent. We have been spared many of tb'- anxieties and troubles, which would have been our lot had sh; a perverse With minor interruption's has miidc'iinprecwlehtcd progress'. The quality and'.quantity o the yield has bccri These, are mcrciw.which nufst'lelul i e.pur of gratilude, i. roF7 Have you noticed em y- cliff the price ofVyour Tliaoks- no lurkev since Ihe'lowering of the American tariff? us not make oftice. f m i ssi on Let ake a nien (o ir.. JUT T ThstCslsary havsn't sot tils far .south. .'Tiat'we-tUH Jiavt a -water supply even ir It Is muddy That good times are not iw'ie belt. David I'm still able lo run. Mayor there "were nuyer more than sis aldermen to Oght at 'one lid: I've been able when the M-Jncll iiil Jre the whole of iny police I.found my way ouiHpf litUa cild' "tona V the Western. Canada Leajuo pool iri relesited'to th'e our Lord; 1913. Tliai' m'ai-ljo -i next have been it be- nt. trousers of a Th shberho'rn. hmye -.not yet .etartltd the nVtiyes on our turkey and crtn- tfv7 -ssaca hira aol yet (one but o( i Jlonday being Thpijtsglving Day gives two day's for ekpreiis- iig gratitude.' It won't do'any on-Sunday; there is >p much Be.tjiankful -'lain able hiw 'old; was the first man to e natipuaVthanksgiviiig, and like'a.loi of-other decrees of his day; the principle still lives'. Moses, a i set aside'! AVliat hetwcen" Ihe Dominion uid IJrovin'cial-gbverhmenis "in British Columbia'over the dis- )ossl of Ihe Indian Answer: couidh't'agrpe on tho ;iiare of the sjipils, -r. During of answering questions, for which pur- ose Mrs. slie .was coming to America, she will loublless haVc morel.ihah one opportuhilyof answering llie old amiliar, "Are you guilty or-not There's one thing'that we am all be without :ching can thank Providence IhatsWith the. high duraed II we oan And lay. tMnf at all to tbankful tor, ucwt that they dfdh't chop our headl off while ihey were at It. Whether better to struggle along with decapi- tated pay checfca and live In (ear and trembling or to be Bred right off the hat wouldn't dare to aay. That Ibe nfle sllll obtains whereoy every dog has hla day. i' Meilcp City, Tiro Amerl- caos were killed in a rebel Hot at Hos-' they, tried .'to pronounce jttie tbiinght Ibey the" last blow ot the year will be at Turkey on Monday. Many's the1 Juicy meal has poor old Turkey aiiorded this -sear. AVell, such are the vasarJea of muni- Here Ve'Te.heen heir' ing- all' year 'about the oM mem- the city council being a clique to oppose the mayor ani3 members. of the. new. ccder. AndVjust as ot the benighted were beginning to thlni Jie story might-hare a'-smatterlng dt truth 'about It, along bornea Aid. Lover- ng kicking over 'the 'tracea lo give Mayor a fun lor hb money the- coming dorb'a "all upset; ana we'll nre it out-auotliar riryiine wlio see -issch chance for his getting at. that ItUe roll of eleven thouutnd -bonei n'e'i.t year himeeif, Is huey doping out way to_'make tho -fellows who will get thern'eara them- by the sweat ot brows. And that's a mlgfcly good sljn. It should help to take the iion out of the joke column. stretching cost of HvirigVijie Wcather'has been so mild tliat we haven't need- ed much coal so far." Tuesday is election day in East Middlesex and Mpn'day'.is Thanksgiving Pay. .The report on the free !distrih'jllio'n of turkey's s not to hand.bnt undoubtedly an'4mpu-e iaving'cainp'aign. Calgnrj' is. supposed lobe multiplying daily [with wonderful spurts of oil.ficlds and'stpcks, lat- er, and fund to help feed theVppor, wlio in that pnnAft Wi'nvlf A Zl IxnfiT, illtrtof city, 1ms not yet.reached the way several weeks.; Hon. George E. Perley, who is not a British he in England, is going to.cross die pond to talk navy to .the British government. How can the government, talk on .defence matters with a gentleman wlio is not a subject-'of as recog- lizecl in England..- The Minister of-Trade and Commerce doesn't like, the.'move- ncnt of Ganadinii grain io the United Thai seems [he nnanimoua.allitmle of of the gqyenimenf, and (wssibly explains why'they are iiol anxious to lake- off the counter- vailing duty on -wheat. ;Urcot friends of the farmer, when; it mrlslhcm to see him getting all he con oul.-pt hjs.prorluct by aking advanlage of th'e sojilhern mnrket. George Hoa'dley of Okotoks seems lo have ..a; grievance that -vvho .nils hecn-'appointed ngent general for'-Albferta in jo this province. Mr." Reid at one time lived in Alberlii and prptiably knows inorc about jt than some pf his critica.' is; bowtvcf, one of-grcaicr significance than that. Would Mr. Ilondley refuse to have relations .with any une not itctiially resident'iii-.the province. .There was a..time when Mr. Hoadtey did not belong to Albcrio. In fuel we all came from elsewhere, except a few of the beit of Indiani, who were born ...'._ They say the government intends to clock faces on two sides only of ;he now. post office tower. Poiilbly the legislators think the fellows living on' the other (ides haven't time to 'ook. .-Somebody ought to urge the department to show the time- from all Tour faces. Whatever we are, of Lethbridge abjure the charge ot be- ing. two-faced. CAPTAIN INCH Captain of the UMated ilner Vol tnrno which Mink In with W Important to "Property Protect the exterior of your houses' from damage, by bad wenther, by coating NOW wilft our Special Outside Paint from Pure Whi'e Lsrm and Oil. _. The paint that no equal 'llie.interior also will probably need a little bright- ening You cannot do better than our store and in- spect our new; stock of Wall Papers and Muresco; Tints for Kalsomining and get suggestions as to the most suitable de'cornlioiis for yow own particular Buri-ound- WELLINGTON BROS. PAPERHANOERS AND PAINTERS KALSOMINiNQ AND DECORATING Recidence: CIS Street S. --Phono 1471. Store: 310 Sherlock'Building Phone 1152, Experience Is tie best assistance an executor.can.have In administering estate' to the beat advantage. Why not take this Into cbnsldera- Uon when appointing YOUR executor and trust the adrolnlstraUoa cf your estate to a rejponaible Trust Company with many .ye-ari' Bookie) neoHtarjr taformiiUoa renrdlng Trtllr, wttl on reqtwtt. Tbc TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited fwMc Admlnlttratvr and for the Judiclil Dlitrlcl LerrHBRIDGE, MACLEOD, WETA3KIWIN 220 Eighth Wcit, Calgary, H. A: Howard, Manager C. F. P. CONYBftARE, K.C., PreEiaent J. .M. AITKEN, DIRECTORS: Jnbn Horne, Eio. H. W. Cnurch. Eaq. Dr. J. S. Slccarl, M.F.P. W. S. Es'i" Dr. W. J. D. Hlelubotbun. Esq. 6.' H.. Miner. Esq. vim. Smith. ESQ. You (M Make of this Company To act'as'lCxe'culof or-TniBtee-ot your.owa mttilitrii.tbr isitate In-wUIcb you are interestcS.'. To Invest Your Funds In Mortgages or AgreementV Tor ails; to "make all on aarae lo yb'J. Uke Entire of your.Financlal ana to hanille lame for a moderiU'commtBalpn.- s '.To Act .TreAirirer b{ EitaU or'other Syndicates, or as Truitee In whtra It la hebejsary tliat confllcUns Inter- etU tc" safeRuatdefl. T (s'i'faat grrnrlng Corporation will prove, as tfrco goct on, to ot lawtimftblfl service to'the'business men and people thli'clty and 'duitrlct; and -will In arldUlou do'niuch to- vardB.'lliB up-bulldtag.of Lcthbrldge financially. The British Canadian Trusts Cornpariy A ProfrvtiEve Home "Company r THE'LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. NO matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a of Alberta'. Pride" will prove a certain revhrifwr of loft energy cooling, tturst-quenching, Mtiafyihg. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;