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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .12 Prepare for it by leaving your order with us for Storm Sash and Storm Doors. We will also-arrange for putting on and fitting 5th Street S. Phone 763 CO 13th Street N. Phone 1063 Yarcti at Le.thbridga N. Lethbrldgi laber Bow Island Milk River Higii River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangaj! Barons Kipp Jet.. BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Arc-you aware of the large number of fine hardy Flowering Shrubs that are'perfect- ]y. hardy .en the prairie and will thrive there year, after year, getting more beautiful every year? We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three ..years old, that, :aH bloom-this coming summer and all..-will'be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fail The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls. Spireas, Wiegellas, Elclers, ij Berberries, Snowberries, Honeyr j suckles, etc., etc.. All two to three feet high, three years old, regular value This all express charges l paid our nearest express office at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders.early Only per dozen1'-: Mirror Lake. B. C. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ALBERTA AND EASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA PRESS ASSOCIATION (Continued from page 5) view them previously. He revealed the fact that the agencies were striv- ing to maintain a "living standard" of prices and should therefore be sup- ported. A general discussion followed his remarks in which most of the members took. part. FURTHER-'-NEws OF THE FLORIDA HURRICANE Key West, via Havana, Cuba. Oct. news ol the 'damage wrought by the stonn "that swept the. southern extremity of Flori-. was' received today. -The Norwe- gian steamer Fos 'from Port Tampa, Oct. 12 tor Europe, via Norfolk, is ashore off Boca. Grande Island. Her crew of fifteen has arrived here. Tin r.rsamer Herman French from Nev, York, Oct 3rd for Sabina, Texas, dis- abled off Alligator Key light house. The Sand Key light house reports the British steamer Inventor, from Gal- ves-ton Oct. 11, for Liverpool, rescued sixteen sailors, ten from Spanish bark Hugo, and .six from the American schooner Martha. The American T MiLr Salvation Army Corps Loses Two of Tkir Popular Leaders impressive meetings were held all clay Sunday in connection with the rareweii to. Captain Adams and'Lieut striae. In the afternoon meeting Bandsman Westcott, Sergeant Major Kosaine and Bro. T. Wo9d" spoke in t admiration of the good work of the eteamer Neuces has arrived here, eu officers; at" the night's open air ser route from Galvestoa for New York, vice great crowds-stood on the side- and reports light house, on Rebeccr, to hear the few farewell words Shoal, Portugese Island and Garden of the Captain and Lieut Stride Key to be dark. niey both made special reference to great kindness of the people of The.pleasunc purgative effect ex- JLetn bridge in supporting the Armv periesced by all who use Chamber-j work time they have been Stomach and Liver Tablets, andjm Letiiarittge. -There were fifty march. The inside of the iin'nd. which they, creat icci soldiers iey. create, makes one DV all druggicts. j., icciiT WESTERN AND .JUN'K CO, WANTED' All kinds of second Jianu furniture. Office and Warehouse 320 Crabb St. Phone P.O.Box 2013 Lsthbridge, Alta. crowded -to the doors. Band Sergeant' Tni. gergt. G. Wilson and Young people's Leader iirs. Stark made :g reference ot the noble'work has been done in Lethbridge j by the otlicers- Tne songsters, un- ijder the leader.v'iip ot Bandmaster tiaray, Sang "God be with you till meet again." Captain Adams Stride spoke feelingly of soldiers and F. E. Simpson of the Cranbrook Her- ald, delivered a most practical and in" jteresting address ..upon ''Job Printing and Advertising Rates." "Value Re-' was his text and" he succeed- ed in pounding it into the fellows pret- ty well. A couple of excerpts from his- speech, will suffice to shov.- the crispness and saneness of his remarks. Here are a few of the things which he said: newspaper that will justify the rates you demand. Nor man in -the news- paper business has a right to demand rates if he is not giving value for the money received. He must publish. a newspaper. Don't be afraid to spend-, a dollar to improve your paper. Under- stand that you are one of -the business men of the community and not a men- dicant. If there is anything in the town that needs support it is your dirts' to subscribe to it. Suport your home merchants. A man that wants to deal squarely with 'the advertising mer must stay by Ms own town. See thai your advertisements are changed of- ten. Make a practice of going around every week and getting -the changes- Changes of advertisements not on'tf jdo good to the merchants but to the j paper. It makes advertisements good reading. Study diplomacy and -tact in your business, I have no trouble in holding my job work. It is a question of diplomacy. Make it a practice, tc see men of" the community' at least once each week. Go in and talk tc them. -A newspaper man must loot after the cultivation of the friendship of the men he is doing Do not accept offers of advertising ai ,beggar's rates. Why do the newspap- ers get such, offers from' advertising agencies? It is because there are newspaper men galore who are fools enough to accept them." A great deal of interest" centered around the Query Box and the ques tions propounded and spiritedly .dis- cussed-were right in line' with ,the As sociation's business. Among the list were the following Loose leaf the country printer handle the work? it a good investment! for the country weekly? Do we need a .new price list for commercial printing Should a local paper be a political partizan? Should the job office be an adjunct of the newspaper, or the newspaper- em appendix of the job department? Do the editorials in small town pap- ers exert any actual influence in. the ;and 'the kindness of the rnends of tlie Army. Twenty-six young men aid women consecrated themselves afresh to the service of Christ. [for a country community? Should a local editor hold back for own issue or give it to, Associations or the neighboring Are contra accounts a blessing or 2 curse? What is the best way to get and py a position as a member of the Municipal Council? All the questions were separately taken up and discussed at length. The concensus ofr opinion will be found in the stenographer's report. -.Among, the very- important things accomplished was the drafting of the, Cpnsiutution and original one of 1904 not being in possession of the 'Association. .The initiation fee was fixed at. and the annual fee at 15.00. -The constitution and by-laws -will be. on page of. the min- From-a social view point the con- many .good ventipn -was a most successful one. "Publish a xhe Club was busy all the-time. A" score of large autos carried the'delegates through the- and-around the suburbs. The visiting "brethren were given the "open door" at "the; Edmonton'Club, which, by the bye, is .one of 'the finest- and. best equipped in the Doroinkm- A-dinner royal was-: enjoyed in this same Club under ;the auspices of the Edmonton members of the Association. This ban- quet-was honored by the presence oi the Honourable the Premier of Alber- ta, Mr. the Honourable Minister of Public Works, Mr. Gush- ing-; .the.Honourable the Attorney Gen-, eral, Mr.; two members of the Provincial. Parliament; Mayor Lee o j Edmonton arid members of the Board of .Trade.., No efforts were spared. ,to show'the boys the beauties andT, ad vantages arid of the Capital City and It is to say that each of -the visitors left with, .bigger and better ideas of its 'future. greatness than ever possessed then' minds before.- The site for the new parliament founda-. tions of that: timer were laid- to the square (and the corner stone 07 which was put- iA place of the 1st o? October, 1909) is the best possible. Tc really appreciate its "commanding po a requires nothing less than' z personal visit. Standing''just'to the left of the oiu a natural pro inontory it. overlooks the site for the new university buildings near the city of Strathcona across the yawning er bed of the North Saskatchewan which 'stretches for a mile and a-half. It-is the highest point for many.miles in any direction. Edmonton has a million dollar pork factory and abbatoir where the boys spent a couple of hours. Things are certainly on the "hog" there or we might better say, some things are off the hog but very little is allowed to escape. About the only tiling one gets for nothing is the squeal and an enterprising genius Is now at work on a scheme to place tnir in storage for whistling purposes and thus economize on the use of steam. A. pork packing plant is not a bed of roses. One of the editors enquired ar PENNY POSTAGE TO AUSTRALIA Established by the Gov- ernment of the Com- monwealth Melbourne, Oct: has by'the federal ministry-of Australia to establish postage throughout the .common- wealth.-, The finance minister of Victoria de- budget, speech today. He announces- s-erious .decreases of revenue on account" oi, the iederal authorities taking a larger share than formerly of the customs income. A new land tax oi three farthings in t-he pound has been unT improved land, with some small ex- ceptions. -The income1 tar'Will be in- creased by lessening' Mr. "who was-'assist- ant commissioner; of. Victoria rail- ways under Mr. 'Tait, has been, ap- commissioner.. He receives three thousand five hundred pounds year as salary. A fund, will'be created to assist small; traders ami' artisans to pur- chase homes for themselves. A sensational occurrence, is report- ed in-the legislature of West Aus- tralia. In ..the. midst of a stormy- sitting, wherein violent language had been used.: the-speaker ordered a. lab- or member to leave the chamber. As the- member refused; Mr. Lightly, ser- geant-at-arms, attempted to remove him. The disorderly representative, .furiously struck the officer and a free followed- qit the floor of the" house. In -the the labor member "withdrew, shouting defiance. Our >rewmaster ys To U s: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE one of the very finest beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for .twenty years now and never be- fore have I turned out with which-I -as so satlstien- 'as I am with "With such remarkably.fine water as this brewery uses, with the best barley, and. hops :i ever saw, we are enabled to produce t beer of which I am Alberta's Pride If .you use beer at get a sample case. You'll like it We believe you'll, say- its the best beer -you ever drank. The Brewing anJ Maltmg Co. Limited .PHONE 554 WILL PERLEY RUN IN NORTH WATERLOO? 1m, OcL re- posed that the North Waterloovi'on- >s are to Crco. H..- Her- the new Conservative whip, list Tne Sunday- school of Bridge-street Methodist church, Belleville, cele: brated "its SSth anniversary this'-.riding It-: MacKenzie. king. a son-in-law-of Mr. Ward: Bowlby, KC. _ Crown attorney here. The report" is 'denied v RESCUED PATfENTS-FROM BURNING BUILDING Oct "Board ol uontrpl ;this morning gave apprecia tiYe .expression to the heroic work ol tile nurses and statt in getting out all the; scarlet er patients trom the temporary hospital the exhibition grounds burned last night.. was eleven ,'thou- sand insurance. hold correspondents in tributary ter- ritory? How- should -they be paid? the schedule of rates for jobs or ads ever be diverged from? Are advertising contracts advisable AUCT1ON SALES Conducted' on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements n. specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St.. Let'abridge, Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Sravcs' Salt Barn, Wood St., on the second and fourth Tuesday, of eacb month. The Office of the Ripley Transfer Is Now On JRedpatb St. Opposite Methodist Church On ilonday nlgbt a'farewell ban- was given to the officers. Close upon one hundred people sat dosvn to the good things provided