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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Satimlay, October LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER -JQOT Published 07 the Lethbridge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful evening a; its office, Crabb Street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCBAisAly, MANAGING DIREUTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportoriai, and News Dept. PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. DAILY 1 year, delivered 6 months, 3 months, delivered.....iJi.flO 1 month, delivered.......35c J. mail........53.00 6 bV 3 months, by mail.......S5c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses muse be given. _ WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday jn eight or more sages, ahd contains a summarys of the news of the week, and district. l year, in 3 months, ia advance___50c 6 months, in advance___75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son. Alexandra Hotel, Peo- .ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. :Pincher J. Mitchell, D..L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL Cranfarook, B. Atchisou. L. Heicecrie, Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc'3 Drug Store. M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wicie riews Co. Brown 219 4th .Si. Also on all C. P. R, It is alleged that the visiting fight- 1 super. He strutted up and -down the ng editors absorbed enough sweet- j stage a couple of times. But the fa- or Rsynior.d yesterday to keep i ther could stand it no -longer. Be- them, from thrashing the cranks that coming excited, he leaued over the come into their offices during the uest six balcony and shouted: "For heaven's sake speak, shoot the gun !1 Lord Kitchener at Best Man Kitchener will for the first l time in his life appear as best man at Jl a wedding when he attends his friend Sir Archibald Hunter, in this capacity on November 1. Sir Archibald, as already announc- ed, will on that day marry Mary, Lady iuvercJyde, at St. George's nanover sQuare. The Archbishop of York will-offic- iate, find will be "assisted-by the Bish- op of Rioou. and the Rector of St. George's. As Mary, La3y Jnverclyde, is1, dow. she will not be by, Bridesmaids or pages. Among Sir Archibald's gifts to his bride are some splendid jewels, souvenirs of his varied expeditions in Africa and India. A Good Definition (Boston Herald) Our Japanese visitor's definition of a statesman as an able and efficient 'pu-blic raau who does riot take graft can hardh' be improved upon by any occidental 'dictionary ot" .politics, even enough it lacks the biting Quality- of Dr. Johnson's definition patriotism as "the. last resort .of a 'scoundrel." Since That Letter (Toronto Telegram) Xo, Hon. W. J. Hacna is not a one- language a dozen lan- guages would not be adequate to the expression of his sentiments. Teddy Phases the Comet (Toronto King Edward dead. Emperor Will- iam in trouble. King of Greece desires to abdicate. Kbedive o' Egypt talks of quitting. King of Portugal a jiugitives. If King Roosevelt of the I United Slates did not .land'so peristently, people would 'begin to sus- pect tbat Halley's comet has as bale- ful an'influence- as the superstitious claim for it. POSSIBILITY OF TRANS-OCEANIC FLIGHT THJS ATTEMPT of Walter Well- j and carrying as many pas man to cross the Atlantic, in an I will cross the Atlantic. -If airship, has created should.say what i really think about intention, .and varied are the expres- aeronautics, Cheating JJever Thrives iCaicago The population boomers who pad census figures ot .their respective cuies are stusid fellows, for they ought to know- they will be found .been caught, they or sions of opinion of the possibility of jwould at l that the .jnaking trans-oceanic trips by thisjurce v-Tili when the .public x means, in these days of.rremark-j.1.oo.k.tiacfc sucl1 mei1 as am Havin their dUes lhe for scoa-s jeers, and yet as long as acnlevement one hardly dares to we could have been so eay that anything is impossible, hew-i roolish as to trust our lives_in the impossible, it .may aupear at the of today. [tfiere are acute city .rivalries these caildish attempts to gain an apparent superiority in numbers will be repeat- ed. present time. Claude -Graham-White, the noted English, aviator an-d an ac- authority on the ques-' !-Ltion7 in a .recent his. belief in the possibility of its 'accom-' plisaroenL He saM: "I confidently .-'believe, that uig'.a.s the depends, of course, upon the equipment of WeHman's l ship, which I am not familiar, bat as a gen- eral proposition, .1 thinJi ..there is- ev- ev'ery reasqnjto think he can succeed. Tne time" will" cbnie when trans-Atlan- tic airships... will be as common as Goin' Agin Nature (Toronto Globe) Do not forget in arguing against the free interchange natural products between Canada and the United- States .tuat you are fighting nature. We must have south- WHY MORGAN IS KING (iivervjboay's Magazine) "Wall street never could have got together' under', Harriman or said a very astute broker to "These men never drew an unselfish breath. Oh, ;they did kindly little tnings, but they never took a public view of a large public question. The rest ol" us play for ourselves or for our crowd all the time. there a panic? Good. We go drive prices down: spread-the alarm, help the pan- ic'along. Of course. That's, our'bus- iness, and our business is all we can see. We can't grasp an interest-big- ger than a pool, and neither could Harriman or Rogers: and neither can William Rockefeller. "Morgan can, and. that's- why he dominates. He may start a break. He Das done it for a. petty, particular, personal purpose, too. But when the break becomes a panic and the thing has_gone so far that he an-d every-: body else seem to be going to smash, then P.' can rise above himself and his -'bank and his crowd. He can act for the common "The common financial I cor- rected. "i "Certainly, tie of Wall street; j the common -interest of the financial world. But'1 mat's" all the world to j SNAPS 50 x 125 feet on Redpath and Streets 50 x 125 feet on Ernest and Charles Streets cash 'j v house, semi-modern, on Burdett Street easy terms 60 x 125 feet, with 7 room modern house, on Duff erin Best residential district in city. Freeman MacLeod Co, Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 THE STREET RAILWAY ISSUE steamers are to-day, Derbaps more so. j ern fruit, and in a .very-Jew -years, for mm. Personal, passionate, domineer- jiack of sufficient production ai home, lng? brutal, he lives in a world of "Ms] the United States- will, have to take [own. bm he cares for Ms World He! TtihJ MATTER of a munici-pally- owned street railway should be one the issues entering ,intc the discussion of the city's affairs pre- tae city'and in reaching the Hender: our lumber, son Park, which will soon 'be the re- creation and exhibition" grounds for the city. "Then there is the'matter of j our wheat and our cattle- as .well as Keeping and encouraging trade with viotis to Ihe election of mayor and ai- tile outlying communities. There" 's ctermen this The- issue will force tae matter Q. anc ae ab. uself-upon the ratepayers before undertake "the Wors it wiu be required. The'city's-prestige -as; a modern lire city is "to "be'consid- ered also. The question is almost sure to come up before the people For a decision be- fore" the .next yeir has gone, and it be well to know the views ol the people and the city council to be electee before ;the issue comes up for settlement Of-course, the people will nave the final'.rettlement, but the at- titude of next rear's council will have long, and it would be better to meet in time. It is .being generally re- that a. suburban line will soon be an absolute necessity if this 'city'is to hold'the trade-of the sur- rounding .towns that are rapidly grow- ing. Citizens should look into the matter 'carefully, an-d the men who are to face the electors as candidates, should have a clearlr defined policy on tlie matter. filtering into the issue will-'be1 the consideration of the. accommodation and convenience of the people in the city in reaching the business part of j submitted. Side Lights At-Sea r.. Village Lady (to. And where is your sailor son now? I don't rightly miud. mum, if he be gone" to Gibraltar in the may abuse it himself; loving he may let otherS'abAse it but he won't permit It" to be used up. That's his distinction among his peers. He! sees that we must not kill the geese j that lay the golden eggs. Not nauch to see? -No, -but5 very few'of'us see uiat: veir whenever-he and; the rest of us have-nearly killed'the birds; when we- have wrecked.-rail- roads, put the bank's on the run, and! carried a panic to the verge of uui-1 jupiter, or to Jupiter .in the. Gibraltar, versal disaster, Morgan calls a halt. but, it be somewhere in "Long Island Monckton Hoffe, author. of "Yhe And we halt.: Hs honestly, ably, .niticieatly applied-all his moral pow-' er and all his 'brute force to the ten- der task of nursing the geese backi- Little DamozeV arrived in New York to life, and we well, we carry band- on the Gedric recently, it was Mr. .tione's first trip to this country. He s" greatly interested as the steamer THE CARE of eyesight is coming to be recognized as one of the much to'do promptness and j drew near land, "and finally, pointin manner in .which-it will be to one stretch, of shore, askad: "What, land is "That is Long he was told. said Mr. Hoffe, blandly, "and is it THE CARE OF EYESIGHT' essential matters of education awakening. a nap in such a. position that your eyes will open directly on the light in and out of school. The alarming in- When'-a' book or magazine has Wanted Him to Do Something It was an ambitious young; fellow who left home and was not heard of crease of apparent defective eyesight j to be held at arm's length in reading j ror three years, at the end of that nas caused educators to take the mat- !t 3- sign that glasses are needed. delay in having your iest- ter an more seriously than ever before j !LTIa Flagg Cook, the noted superin- j tendent of education in Chicago, re- cognizing this has drafted a set of -recommendations vdiich she has had 114 inches from your face, printed on the 3v leaf of every book j bV Use a shade over every ages and wait upon the nurse. For when he that, we all know that j he will not then anything or anybody else. We know it, you un- derstand. We have faith in him then- There is no other man "known to us who might not, -at the last moment, cut the gizzard out of the gander and cook and eat the whole flock. But if Morgan says fte won't he won't. So we follow hiia. We do what he says, i He makes us. He is harsh, and it hurts. During the last panic we got it straight down here that Morgan period he returned, and said that he j took two trust company presidents, bad become an actor; in fact, he hadjan-d. in the privacy of his famous li- procured a splendid engagement .with j orary of Tare .books, knocked 7l [a gentleman'named Henry Irving. The! head's -together. Physically, 3 5- Always hold your head ereci wnen you read and hold your book iIatlier was so overjoyed that'he mus-j cierstacd." you un- light. used in the schools of that city. j even a candle. Shades are cheap, or The recommendations are simple j they cart easily be made. rules should be Itered a large party of friends, and j tuey attended in a .'body at the Ly- j and easily foollowed. The chief ot j 'i' tnem are as follows: i added the- foiioxvinii: 1. When the eyes have to be rub-1 Be sure, when read that the ned frequently while reading it. ir, j light' is clear and., good, neither', too --Gme to.consult an oculist. i yellow or too white. 2. Don't read with the light in! Avoid .books or papers indistinctly "front. This J'uins the- eyesight quick-jested- or in sisail type. anything -else. The li.sjhtj Kest your eyes even- little while should obliquely from behind over the; when reading by looking away from left shoulder. Never read with tne book. stra shining directly on your book. I." "Wash., the eyes night and morning j Don't go to sleep or even takeim pure water. I "i'bat's J objected: yes. it's he said. "Sure ceum. which is a theatre somewhere j everything- is denied down here, I in London. The first act ended; but tnat man's son had not put in an ap- pearance. The second -act ended, same result. The father was in an agony of perspiration. Toward the end of the third act on walked the son, carrying a gun, but with nothing to say for himself. He was merely a OUR POINT OF "VIEW Vv'ith the press of The attacks of Monk and Bourassajand British Columbia backin on Laarier and Earl Grey remind one i of the fable of the gnat and the null. The trade returns of Canada for the past year show conclusively, if proof were needed, -that the country is en- joying continued prosperity. Saskatchewan up the united efforts of the Al-berta press to get the 1912 Dry Farming Congress! ror Leihoridge, this city is assured of' a sup.ncrt that iviii go a long way to- Port Arthur and Fort TVj-liam are talking of uniting into one city. That is a good idea and one that might be up by Edmonton and Strath- cona in .this province. .Old Jupiter PUmus ooured water all getting it. John D. Rockefeller ;ave r.earlv half a million dollars to the Y.M.C.A wort. He never gave any money to' a more worthy cause and never raade i an investment that will bring larger; returns for the benefit, of the younc! mannood of the continent. over the Chicago baseball Held and thus saved the Cubs from -defeat yes-' The electors of Fernie provincial terd-ay. That is more than the pitch- ers on the regular staff could do. -The Y. M. C. A. movement has got constituency had their bye-election nominations yesterday and are having tneir election today... That Is a .new procedure Canadian- 'political man- a1 million dollars for their extension j agement and one .that require a That help some in fur- good deal explanation to iustifv thering the good cause. 'It is the duty of the city council to provide some means by which the citizens may get good informatiou re- Rardiug the system of municipal explanation to justify. The Alberta and Eastern British Columbia newspapermen have ended deliberations in this city, "and appear to be well pleased with the convention and the time they -had .in ROACH TISDALE'S Famous Chocolate Creams The superior, o.uality, smooth- ness and flavor places these chocolates in a class-by them- selves as the mosi tasty avuV tvhojesome confection ever produced. a small box and be convinced. A one-pound box means six- teen ounces of solid enjoy- ment and complete -satisfac- tion. Sole agents r'or Lethbridge, THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Satisfactory Drug StoiY Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 66E Night Bell Olsptnitr, Picture Framip, got it from a :cian' who saw- it, but wcat's the clilTerence? Figuratively it is true. And that's worse. I think no liar will deny that fjguratively-he j- takes'bank presidents and railroad presidents and kicks them as he Couldn't dare to kick an office boy. And they let him. We all do. Why? Because he's fair; fierce, and a brute, bat square. And that's why he can rule when he "wants to; and that's why I think nobody else ever can." THE LETTER BOX FARMERS AND PROTECTION To the Editor of The Herald: regards the Canadian. pro- tecnve policy I think the farmer 5s getting the of the deal. I hap pened to oe talking -with a man from Scotland, and on rpeaking of the high prices of farm machinery was told a Massey HSrris binder could be had in Scotland for ?L'0, or Jus: about hair wuat wo pay in this as a Jarmer I think that is-no; a square deal. I understand this coun- try has dratted :i law aimoi! at trade (discrimination, if so, how rio.-s it hap- Jpen we tear ol its being -ap- i Piled cases ns above AS {a farmer from the V. we found prices high enough in that country, hut to bo compelled to pay even a mcner price m Canada tends to re- tanl the development of our country, I should like to see Sir MaKenzie Bow en as a farmer. No doubt he would cnange his views somewhat. I think the Farmers' Union could handle 'this question for the farmers of the N. T. to an advantage. MORNINGSIDE Has been laid out upon a scale worthy -of; the city's future. It will be the choicest part of the city. down and a month Without Interest: and Without Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 Being crowded for space, and having our fall stock of jewelry, on its way, -pre-are compelled, to make room. In order to do have to sarifice our present stock of Giant Value at Dwarf'Prices. "Fis Up That Home of Yours." Cut glass, was so. cheap. Rich, sparkling glass3 :in. exquisite patterns of all kinds. COULDN'T BE BETTER AT DOUBLE THE PRICE. Ladies' fine selected leather hand bags, beautifully lined; with natty outside There are many other values. .Up .to Your Highest down to yo.ur own price. _. So fear not the loose tongue of your idle neighbor. Be honest witli yourself and dare to'buy satisfaction is guaranteed. H. Roseborough MANUFACTURING REPAIRER AND HAND .ENGRAV.ING A SPECIALTY PHONE 494 Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. [RON AND BRASS FOUNDERS7MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010, X We'have just? received a large shipment of Int. Bed Sheet 'Rubber, Wire Inserted Ashestos3 Water Packing, Lead'Packing, Q-askets, and Valve Stem Packing. Steam G-nages, Injectors, Safety Valves. Y Valves.1 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new, l 250 Horse Power-Robb Armstrong Engine. We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in part. Write for descriptio'n and prices. PINCHER By investing in Pincher City Property you have a chance of making big profits out-of a small in- vestment. There is no doub: but that this property will advance in value rap-idly, is the opinion of many who have Investigated the future prospects of Pincher City. TVe_do not ask you to invest until you in- vestigate for yourself, and then follow-your best judgment as "o whether you think it is a good place to invest in or not. You can make the investigation at our expense, if you are interested, GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1423 ;