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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBK1B CUE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, October LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Piib'if.fceft oy the Lethbrrdjre Herald Publishing; Co., Ltd., etery Jawfii a: its office, Crr.bb Lethbridge, AJbertt, W, A. BUi MANAGING LifiscroB "AND EDITOB PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, and News Oept 1052 PHONE: Circulation and Job. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION I year, delivered 6 months, S "months, 1 month, deliverea.......35c 1 year; by 'mall-........13.09 6 inail mail .......S5c Addresses changed ES often as desired, but Doth -new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HEHALD Published every Wednesday in eight or mow aa3 summarys of the news of the week, local and difltrict. 1 in advance t 3 months, in" a'dranct C mouths, in advance ____ 75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR BALE AT .50c Croaa Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- eon Co., Johnston. Jack- eon, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drue 4 Boole Co. Fernlt, B. Cranbrook, Atchteon, L. Gracty LakJHi-Dr. T.uguam. .Osmond D'Arc's Drag Store. Medicine M. Northam Wide Co. ft 219 4th..St. AIM on alt C. 9. R. trama. From Other Sanctums V j growth of the family in Al berta is surprising .0 newspaper, met inemseives. Wlien the associatioi Indians and Fairs (Calgary News.) In view of the action of the Alber- ta Indian Commission of the Method' 1st Church of Canada, it is unlikely j of the weekly family has been as taat visitors to future exhibitions la as in the dailies. started six years ago there were three daily newspapers in it, two Were in Calgary and one in Nelson, mere are eight dailies in Alberta ant one in kelson, and there will soon be another dailv in Alberta. The growti wiH have an opportunity ot witnessing pageants in which "the red man" will be picturesque ngures. The Methodist's Indian com- mission, while it did not publish the source or iound ,that when the Indians took part in fairs, they Jidted up fire water in such cop- Another feature of "the meeting jus1, dosed was the sense of the need 01 co-operation-to secure -change for tne better in this Western country. One strong resolution favored the re moval of the duty upon linotypes and type. No linotypes are manufactured fsahion that they vers ror the rest of the year. In addition to the physical after effects of their i outrageous freight rates upon pa per coming, into ihe province of A'l in Canada and no type is made here The newspaper men have decided to investigate to the fullest. eiteoi len up irith false ideas of their import- ance, and as a consequence, mission oerta. All of these subjects are mat- ters of considerable interest to the workers found them almost unmanage puDliC- The queslion of the libel law able. While the members of the jand publication of ceruin judicial no DELAY IN Tp T BS REPORTJED that the govern- ment will-delay the appointment of a senator tor Nova1 Scotia to .succeed Senator McGregor who has appctoted. lieutenant-governor of aixg province until after the session of parliament. If the Senate is a legis the House of Com- aoixs, the government should see to it tHat the vacancies CJled.-as promptly in. one as in the other. Nova have a certahr of representatives in the Sen- ate, and, if the vacancies are not fill- promptly, it