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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED O ETC E M BET Ft 1QOT Published by the Lethbricgre Herald Publishing Co., Lid., every lawful evening at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. MANAGING- DiKECToii AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportonal, and News Depi. 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 J. 1AA M.Lt X. ill SUNTERE 19IO HOME Branch. Sun Bo EcLA Toronto, H. M. BUckbaro. J 6 months, delivered 00 3 months, delivered ____ "s1 00 i mouth, delivered ,.V.V..35c as 0fleiJ must oe siven. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, by mail S3.00 6 months, by mail ?1.75 3 months. bv niaU ..85c and old It is reported that seven sailed from at. Louis into Canada in an international race. That is anoth- er phase of the American invasion. WEEKLY HERALD Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston JacJfc- son, Alexandra 'Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J, Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. e, B. Seal I. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE-AT B. Atchison. L. Reinscice, __ Grassy T.ugham. D i a rrro nd C D'Arc's Drug- Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. C.--World Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St... ali G. P. R. trains For the-next few weeks Raymou Ell be the sweetest town in Albert. The sugar, factory has started ope'ra Just by way of a ..reminder, i_, much more do you know'to-day abou tne .commission form or .municipa government than you did a week ago -Now that Lethbrihge 4s-'entertain ing such a number- of-newspaper-men it is to be hoped that the wind will ?ot a oenave'itselr. The dust has sure quietus lor the occasion? general opinion 'is that South- ern Alberta neveiudoked better than u does now. it has" a great start for a bumper yield of -winter wheat NEWSPAPERMEN -ARE :.WELCOME AXD TO-MORROW" the fact that they are of Alberta ana i Eastern British' Columbia, .men tell things to the" peo- wiixtttus. ,wi jueinonage oeitevg xnere is no doubt about the wel-j they have a city and district that come tney receive. The people of MS" Yelling aho'at. We want the are glad to have them newspaper men to see wnat we'have use their 'well. a-bility. hopes that man here weiiman made a great -start, to cross tne Atlantic in a riiHgiKig Joon. He aid not make out any'better tnan when ne fried the to" the Morth Pole, but the: papers .he repre- sents get toe advertising just the same. Twenty per cent, increase over- the wheat area- of.last P. Morgan at the Episcopal Conven- tion (New York Sun.) When J. Pierpont .Morgan went to Cincinnati he had fay far the most val- uaoie bed room in the Queen City. He' ept ln 'the special guest chamber at mivay, the home which the late Al- exander McDowell built at a cost'of and-which was thrown op-j en to the American finan- ciers by his adopted the; Staiiio. These young women' recently sailed for Europe to be gone tor a year or two, and before they went away they made all "arrange- ments tor his reception and enter- ainment. The bedroom in which .Mr. lept cost .Mr. 'McDowell more "than IW.uuu. ic is as large as tfls Q ainary iiat and has genuine Louis VVJ- furniture throughout, h is hung rose pink damask tapestry, and s decorated, among other costly hings, with three gold cabinets, each antique jewelry and rare For Sale nc-a-orac. Mr. Morgan's special 7 room new house on Burdett and Alexander, Terms to suit purchaser 50 x 125 on Macduff. Sewer and water. One quarter cash handles on Macduff and Burdett a barpm for handles, or rent for per month to right party 50 x 125 on Ashmead near London. Price and terms upon application Freeman LethbridgeJfotel Block Phone 1212 .unuou uoiucroia. are Ui IUKIT. several constituencies vi.-asc raiit and all the' guests of Lethbridge citizens, j aod the'people .of-Lethb ridge believe j ic look'in? UP to the hundred per xnere is no doubt about the wel-j ctot, they have a city and district that Ut' srailclard means that-there; will some Wfleat marketed along 'the tt- i. lines .next- summer- -if- the e, even though it be -but for a briet rait. They- are "all 'good fellows-, whom it is a pleasure to entertain! In fact, no better bunch could be got together than the company of pen i EJ and shears men, who are in the are pleased to have mem visit tunity rest of tne year holds out :anvnrav lv of-nls-life, and will so awavj t "S lavoraoie. it task to watch -o> OjJCiUltLl ervaacs, who were in Cincinnati to prepare for his" coming, say the hotis Was suited with every convenience-h could wish. Mr. Morgan detailed six chaffeur to be ready with their cars, senfai out two dozen servants, the guidance of John Frazier, the head" waiter at Sherry's .New make him! while- the s taten- -An -increase _ _ CONSERVATIVE BANKRUPTCY jof thirty-three thousand during t time was great growirigV nnfort- unateiy it was oniy-onr- the- 'census- takers'- books. fc City, and -Miss Kate Clarion housekeeper i'or the same place, "'r. Morgan was by- special guests, Bishop Greer, of New York City, Bishop Lawrence, of Massachusetts, Bishop Doane, of "Al- bany, and a half "dozen prominent' Ep- iscopal clergymen and laymen-from other pans of the country. THE UONSBHVATIVE PRESS of chahstic Congress -in that citv when f the East is getting harder up French tricolour J A rojn v-'tner Side Lights r up renc tricolour all the time for something from I on. the .City Haai'is blamed to Liberal .to mate oliti latest" break is made by that old the -Hail and Jtoipire, which alleges ,to have discovered that the wMch.to make political capttaL The The -opposition the Roman Cauioiics, of. the_ Ottawa diocese have to _ P Gauthier .because he is laid to their L o air party is back of some differ- j -And, now, the turmoil Bish- ences that appear to eslst. between] has--raised over the McBrfde Is Too Broad Minded' (Montreal fieraidV It is reported McBride 'con servative Premier of British Colum- bia, has once more given..offence to WJJ.OL. ucnvesil j ,f iiao uver cue Dl-IlU- i cii'. wilence t L-speaMng and the French-j goal" system of education is said to i ms -pafty -friends speaking Koman Catholics. Just be due -torsome machinations by thei be made ready a tablet ffhich-shaii wnat .part the Liberal I Liberals he preserved to "the'first "ship of all the Canadian" navv. which will steam into- Victoria in a few-flays.' 'sir.- arc- has sufficient imagination to .part the. Liberal party is tak ing in tne affair is' not rery plain illustrious" organ of the 2 old party is sure it is in-it some .._, or other. The trouble that Mayor Gnena, of "the time ofjthe Eu- .The, party surely is hard up for cap- 'c-has to borrow or coun- ital when te'rfeit 1 .w (_ij w t-> te'rfeit'such-as- that. It will find that sufficient imagination to will come high for fff.m the Jdea sea pro- tacocs make, anv political partv the me force something mat -appeals iJ-ul-ttl jjo-ii-v uie rn rp, hlft_j -f Too Honest for a Lawyer A noted Pniiadeiphia lawver tells- on himself. He left his nativV town in T.-ennesseer some ".year's ago" and" came to fie'j had been orotner. on 'the otner 'hand, remained oenincl at Keturning to his-native town' some nme ago the attorney met an dar- said, but..'the old I Jjy jn the "ileito, the general- public. ENCOURAGE INDUSTRY TiiC "Columbia: ture for this province is nnr- A shlnment nf nno ture for this province is pur- suing-the right course when it takes steps to encourage the poultry incustry. There is no good reason thi3 province should continue to A shipment of one thousand good oirds -was- purchased at the poultry stations' -in connection, with the ag- ncmturai depamaeffu; of Ontario and yuebec, and diey are to be sold to to red blood 'm "-a nor- .tne.rn -climate, and two'sea-coasts of-tnetr own to think; '4bout; of which one marks the boundary of his own province. believe that man did not 'recognise' the us- ed to Know in tne: prosperous" looking citizen who .-addressed him. "wen, asked the lawyer, -how" are the Blank a MORNINGS Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It will be the choicest part of the city. down and 10.00 a month Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address ii 1 aeipnia locof LU t-uev are to De Sold to import the bulk of its supply of men ,at'the -bare cost" of bring- trv v-......., ,_ mg tnem here. Only a limited num- ber wij[ be allowed to each buyer. try and" eggs. Yet such is the case, it is safe to say that there is not a to air. jfcBriafe: "iikes" to tease his slower -itted: Mr iiorden and ilr. Roblin, but really it almost looks as if he rather "enjoyed, it. There is no very sood of 10 UUL a. uc ttijuwcru 10 eacn ouyer town or city in all Alberta that is not (and 'in this TOT tke supplv will Torforl ;_ _ __..__." CJr s iprced to 'bring in the most -of its supply rrom outside the province. conditions here are admirably suit- ed for this industry, there being an abundance or grain for feed, a mild cnraate and a market that promises a demand that wui always exceed the round, course, why he should refrain from do mg what is very sensible and politic for he has doubtless made up Ms mind tnat .Mr. Borden's course will hare been run when the next ballots -are -snould-do a ._ he breed of the fowl in tne which already is very Tood Jor, .a and at the time make possible a larger sup [counted, and he-3s probably' aware good deal toward how jealous -Mr, Roblin and. ilr. Rog a lawyer, sah.> "Is that -answered the' attorney" his brother, Tom, now is he' nas he made 'Lawdy answered the old da-- ky, shaking his head, -he ain't -no law- yer. Marse Tom wouldn't take a dis- Qonest penny from cteipnia Times. In the Public Eye Tho niu uuHiuuiu "f Box 979 Suite I IB -Sherlock Building -Phone poultry products for pouitn.- frvraisi .-._ _. up acts in Alberta with its constantly growing population, but there is also the market in the industrial, centres of is none that will prove, more ,profitable with so little outlay ;and trouble. SHOULD DO THE -EDUCATING? WHOSE BUSINESS is it to information they have given with eate the people on public the proposition does matters-: That is a question people %ery muc that agitated the minds of the Guy whaT t'hVTesuHs not council tor a moment or two on on- aay evening. Educating is always cone and must be done by The aldermen were elected because the ratepayers darned them qualified !flo to be leaders. The cUy officials are S appointed because they are suppose' to be leaders in their diirerent depan ments. As leaders of tne ratepayers nave a ri0.. to them ror instruction and uon resarcing matters for the weirare of the be.- it-is not right to leave it to me. peppte..tacmselves TO get infor subject so as to be to decKle. whether, or noi they commission at ali. and if they Ihey want. The aver- no way or securing erent. aepart -It is clearly thei the people i, -f Oi 'Council which sure- law 10 3J1 abandance of ;..-____ to give u to the people eith- er Tisroopn- public by pam- jpnJets-or ilirough (he press "ff j council wanrs honest, intelligem! pir opinion on the matter take SIGDS 10 gii-e the peo. li is their duty Tfte city council has decided to suh nit to ue ratepayers a proposiuon -.niornTat'o'n ror government by commission. A.i'anu no one OUR POINT OF VIEW Ye editors are welcome! Letnonage can rival the'Cubs' base- ball park to-fiay in the number of fo, good dope to-day and to-morrow ?-Vg Use ttlc a ers are o' his own to eastern Conservatives, s Tha Wnito- oans are still credited with a desire to put a set of jack screws -and -a--set of rollers under .Mr. Borden and shirr nis great weight to some distance irom the leadership of the Opposition, but they are also believed to" think tfiat his successor 'should oe''looked wav ror across the river from SL Manitoba. Mr. ilcBnde can hardly he blamed, therefore, if he -goes ahead WHEN LAUR1ER FELL IN LOVE a. O Hammond in Canada Montnlv When leaner -was a J young in where, the may suu De seeav Jus, former office' oeanag nis shingle, although he not nandled a brier for many years" lungs were at one time thought to afrectec, and in this connection a pretty story is told of the romance of the .Premiers liie. While attending la law. school in Montreal, Laurier uc -svca tvithout bothering his head ln tnmk, the delectable friends of lactory win not "need to 'wear any -Keep days. JK. H. he is ponucaliv. Tne., r.ne. cliur5h school erected at Church is his safety sincft his SMip on ROACH TISDALE'S Famous Chocolate-Greains Tbe superior ness and fiavor places these chocolates in a class bv them- selves as fhp jcost tasty and mos; confection ever produced. a.smart be convinced. A one-pound box means six- leen ounces of-solid-enjoy- ment and complete satisfc-c- lion. Sole agents-for Lethbridge, THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Dru8 StoV Acacia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phon. 661 deeply attached to a young jady ie house in'which he-boarded; had some years -before come ua from a farm near Arthabasca The attachment grew to love and promise 01 marriage. Unfortunately, at this, stage Laurier's health gave way an- the Montreal doctors thought he coaid not Jive. long. Uncier these circum stances the engagement was broken off and Lanner wen: to Arthabaska ,Jn wretcced health, and, as most peo Pie thought, with fcut a short time to soon after ais arrival he con suited a. local doctor, who told him jhe was not seriously in, that he migbt live a you give me a certificate to that asked young JLauriA- eagerly. the doctor replied. ne-certificate was giver. to'Laur. iery who heade'1-for .ilontreal'to. st it-to his former-lady love In "'he meantime the Jady had made brT er whicn might, hare.pro- e3 lasn'ng ba: the return of Laurier the assurance or probably aood neaith and Jong Jn'e, brought iheV ers together again. That woman is now Lady Laurie.-. PECULIAR AND PEP.TINENT California, with a population'of 1- is well supplied with-medi- car siaoois and doctors. u has ten Roseboros fine, new, up to date jewelry s-tore and manufacturing piant- located in'the SWT 'v Block at the corner of Redpath and Glyn atreet.. Will be open -to receive the DubHn :Sher3oclr tion of the line of goods which he intends carrying.- We puTa few .you. His staff consists of experienced workmen in every Lnch At te tl the idea of good for everybody.. Of course Jare eS' .erienced and have unusual facilities and no end of energy to do-the'right-things success, so here's health to your purse. g Value6 depeEds H.- .MANUFACTURING JEWELER-DIAMOND" SETTER-WATCH REPAIRER HAND ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY PHONE Lethbridge Iron It is stated that the of Minn esota can produce a minion horse tao water power s de [ROJV AND FOUNDERS., MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 DRAWER 3010 We have j list received a large shipment of Int. Eed "Sheet 'ftu Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing Gaskets Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages, Injectors, Safety Valves, Ir Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine; -almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Eno-ine'. We. have one large saw mill for sale complete or in part, .Write for description and prices. PJNCHER CITY By investing in Pincfaer City Property you have a chance .vestment. There is no doub: but that this p the future prospects of vestigate for yourself, and then follow your invest in or no. You can the PHONE 1425 h- a do nof you to invest until y is a good GALVIttHATFIELD CO. i OTr BLOCK ;