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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETliBRIDGC DAILY HERALD Salurday, Ocloltci- LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD KITAILIIHI.D. DECEMBER 110? the Lithbrldie'HtraK Publishing Co. Ltd.. every Uwful .IU Sixth: 'Ltthbrldge, Alaerta, Canada. W. A. SUCHANAN PHONEl Edltof'l.l, RtpbrtorUi And Newt Department 1224 Man aging Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE fiuilntM Minagtr FHONC: Advertlslnf Circulation And Job Department! 1252 PAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATiS 1 year, -tj.00 ;j year, by mail......... J 35c. 1 month, by mall ZSc. Addresses chanted us often desired, but new and old addressee must be given. THE DAILY HERALP FOR AT Medlclnf' HaU-L. M. Northtm. CrinbrooK, and Crow Drut i Book Store; X G. Robertson Co.; Co.; Alex- _ andra Hotel; Peoples L. Heinecke Diamond. Cltj Kenny Allln. Co.; R. W. Hamilt Co. T> -r w 1. 0. "Wide Plnoher J. Mitchell; Company. D. L. McCretu Yjiber Brwi. Alberta Drur Book Company. f Fern It, Percy Brown Brown, L'19-4th Street. Jamleson Nswi Co., 705 Riverside Avenue. on ill C.P.R. tralni THE WEEKLY HERALD eiery Wednesday in elcht bTmure summarj' of the news of tile weehi-local pnfl 1 year-ln advance.........fl.50. 'S months In advance t months In-advance Thanksgiving Day JL October has been set apart for commemorating the nation's Ugrotltude for the manner in which it rhaa been blessed during the twelve months preceding. At a time ivhon the southeastern portion of Europe lias teen turned into'a huge c6uRpil} .end when 'war with its consequent Ravage aiid devastation is bringing consternation and alarm into the of an erstwhile peaceful peo- Lple, we in Canada share an added con- tentment in tho blessings of peace and security we are at present priv- ileged to enjoy. Removed from the dangers of international complica- j tions, and free from domestic turmoil, we may Consider ourselves blessed j beyond the nations. Onr .lands-have heen plowed .and '-seeded, the -rich harvest has -been gathered. Man's labor in the Holds .has, by the mercies of a benign Prb- nnd aafety we are-permitted-to enjoy the fruits'thereof, So .far'jis we in this -province are concerned, at.no time more than the present have we been taught to value tho" heritage' of the soil which bits been .apportioned to us. The pro- ducts" of its' richness have been lavish- displayed before our eyes, and un- 'worthy :of divine blessings would he be whoso heart 13 not at this time welled ;iip witb feelings of pride and, gratitudor.." Independently of blessings of a ge oral nature, let thn martial spirit, dis- played- by the Balkan states, tlielr people'are not .of tho balking' kind when It comcb to i tell the truth it of libel on the word in some arts of the city. And'-as the great linds of the world will be turning oward we tiilie real pleasure hi appending sonic of e most famous thanks: Tho Wcnthernifln: Thatikful the cek is over; can waoff tiow If I liltc. His -Thankful because they-haven't done anything than they, harp.- "Not too tKank- ful because the worst may be yet to come. Bob Sage: That :l am not a' member of this year's cotincil. I Pat Hgan: ThM i'nm .'still'ullve. Fritz Sick: That .we-have. water ill. oven if it dpes'h'ave' to bc'iiUered. t's poor, bub Jt; makes ightful beer. Supt. Reid: .ThTt there are -somo shekels in tho country; -we're getti-ng our share. J, .W..-.ai.cNicqir.Tftat'-1'am Mill.-sea-, of the Lcthbridge Exhibition Board. Tbat.tho.Duko LoC Con- naught came our Supt. HariiiUbn'r That" the holidays re over for a mouth anyway. Chief. Davis: That-'there, arc more han twelve policemen in tho whole vorid. f. VnaUen'chafile': ,'ThaL the iLillet didn't liFl mo anywhere but in uy mftniy breast.; sorry at all iCcauso it's ai 'hie lino ;oE advertis- ng, IE they hang.'tho fellow, riink I'll make him Vr'oso agent, Sultan df. ft bit thanU- ul, thank Uill Tnft: All same .my old: college1, hum, the Pred Glad .just because, m glad, Lethbridge: Becaucc. WOTC' -the ilii- after touching her old man up for a to spend during her festivities, she sampled everything that looked good. She hat! a glorious time, and the flower of nor family who attended her were in up to their ncCka. Iti tho afternoon she essfiyed to visit tbu Dry Farming exposition, and not fooling like hoof- ing it to tbe grounds, she climbed aboard one of Lepbrldge's latest ac- quisitions In of a street cnr. Tbcii her norvc lost and she was etrandtifMu the aisle at tho Gutranue of the car. The good natnr- ed conductor, however. WHS on 'to his job, and after relieving her of fifteen cents, ho put the public to the trouble of entering so that Her Ladyship might not he disturbed. At asked her if she' w.oufd, caro to g6t off, and on being she did, ,'he lent arnit.'dep.ciaiting her very hafcly oil'" termjlhi'ma: The incideiit was great dope for the crowd, and n1- would have: beoii hard to -find as: she ertalked majesti- cally away from, .the car, never look- 'sg bnclr, takingJt ajl serenely as if Street cars were 'the most common thing in" the world in her home town! Dh, Lct'hbridge "caters to the 'public" alright; it's a great burg. to few hold are coining lie surface 'now that the Dry- Rirming Congress is over. At 0110 lintel a start was made at charging a night for n room, and -when the crush increased the rates were raised to One lady who was "given a room overlooking the back yard for i was aroused after preparing fo Jed by' a knock on the door. In re sponse to the query "Who ia that? stie was Informed tlin't It was tlu clerk and that, the rates would b THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone '1291 f The C. P, R. Company Offering Farm Lands j i In tb Lethbridge Di'strict. Also City Lots T At Very Moderate Price, Payable Terms For Full Particulars Apply M Wilson Ski C. P. th Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 ould prevail the. next night.- She aid her bill in the morning and ade tlie clerk receipt it "two nights om, without She is Ing to make complaint to .the H lisa department at Edmonton. st littlei lllat ever She refuued to pay wltliou. over the theil some. notice and was told tho higlicr'rite MATERIAL PAEIOD AND CEKTAINTEEP COMI'O -KUBBER ROOFING NONK'UETTEE FULLY GUA11ANTEED also cany -.in stock ti :L'u 11 line of Tarred Felt Steel Shingles Corrugated Iron Tarred and Plain Building Papers Waterproof and Insulating Papers WE ARE HEAD-. QUARTERS FOR BUILDERS' SUP- PLIES OF ALL KINDS. .iM.it! t O ceivo prompt; ten 1; ion J. B. Turney Company IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS Phones 755 and 1755 Lethbrldge, Alta. Avc. ft. Those Winning Vegetables (Edmonton Journal) Tho success of Mr. J. Baxter, the government gardener, with ]iis vege- tables at the LHJthbridge congress, has heen of a very striking character and duplicates that of a year ago. It will help not a little in making the capabilities of tho Kdmonton soil. land which Mr. Baxter lias had In cultivation near the old legislative 'buildings down under the hill has all summer been the admira- tion and envy of amateurs. Those who .have not visited H during the height tbe season have missed oire; of liie sights of the capital city. j 1L must he remembered that at these' exhibitions Mr. Baxter has heen com- peting with the vegetable growers of the 'ivhole continent. To JHippersol Grain [re wiling or shipping your oral rOHN BILLINGS Grain nmltlion McrchanU, Winnipeg and Special Jltioa ilien lo corisisamentB and' made aftenloadlng of cars. Advances on all Btllr1 ot It desired, irktj prices by wiro or 'phone.., Offlc. at Messrs. Asqultli Dominion Block, Letlibridge, Alia. Pliont 1711 P Cox 27S Local I. SALBEEG Still Part of Empire (Grain Growers' OUido) American imports to Canada aver- age a day, yet we are not annexed. We -punish British imports with a high tariff yet we arc still a part of tho Empire. Lethbridge Treatment (Macleod Advertiser) Quite a number of people with experience ot the Stampede before their on their pocket. bookg: were a bit afraid and shied from the jcthbrldge proposition. It is a pity, 1 can say. with a profound tnowledge of all kinds of fairs and expositions, that prices at LothbridKe were very reasonable. ublte Manitoba'i New Judges' A. C. Gnlt, D.A., K.C., the prorainen W'iunipog lawyer who is hsing ap pointed to snocecd Judge Hobson, 'wus !n Toronto In 1853. Ho gradual at Toronto University in .1873, and took up tiic practice of law, first with Mnyoi" BOHwell, nml later entirely on his own account. Mr, Gait married 1SS Ella G' ViTian, Toronto and a year late.ttledi in Rossland B.C., where he t -with great sue cess "add for several of tile laigest rig companies on the coast. Ten '3 later this rising piofessioinl m "ade lilfa to AVmmpeg and partner" in the llrm ot Up Gait, Tuppct and McTivish tt.he.is iegTj perlenee-find pr ional ability soon feained recognit Alexander Cnsi- n L Sir Thomas and Lidy Gait of the com- Trton (livlsiou of high court of. jus- tied ll Ontario resides it Yale.avenue. J. P. .Currau, landpu, wliose ap. ago iqf the king's bench wos announced yesterday, was born in Ohio, but was brought from the United States-to.Ontario'when was a year old.' His father was Irish and his mother of English, nationality. He c.imo west in 1881 nnd engaged In practising law In Winnipeg, -where he remained for seven years. From there ho removed' to Carberry, thence to illnnedosa aiul, Nee-pa.wa, remaining In the latter place for five years. lie came In-Brandon' four .years ago, where lie joined the law' firm of Cold- well, Coleman and Cui'rau. He was made a king's counsel four years ago. He is a prominent church member, and has identlllocl himself, very closely 'Vith political -and other public move- ments since'he came-to'.the-city. When You Ask For It DOUGLAS CO. MONTHEflL ;