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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letlibridge Daily Herald, Thursday; September ISiiliiJGE DAILY HERALD by'the Lethbrtdgft Herald Publithint Co.; Ltd., every lawful at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 3UOHANAN, MANAGING DlBECTOE AND EDITOR 'PHONED''' PHONE: Reportoriai, and NewsDcpt. .V 1052 Advertising Circulation ar.d Job. Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATtS delivered 6 mouths, delivered 3 months; delivered, 1 "month, delivered 1 year, by mail ........33.0n 6 mouthy by mail----. 3 months, by LVUfcJij 1 1 I changed as often as cesired, but botli_new and oiq addresses Ernst be ffiveru WEEKLY HERALD "'Published every Wednesday in'eight or-more pages, and contains suiyunarysrof the news of the week, local and district. fl year, in 3 months, in advance ....5Dc 6 months, in advance ..'..75c t Gross Drus Bopk Store. J. G. Robert- Co., Johnston Jack- .son, .Alexandra Hotel, Peo- pies Drug Store. Co., R. W. Pirichcr J. Mitchell, D. XL. .McCrea. Bros. .Drug 1 Book Co.. Rernie, BeaL THE'DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. .Atchison; L. Reinecke. Grassy Tiagham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store- v Medicine 31. Xortham Vancouver, B.. Wide News Co. Brown 319-401 St. Also on all C. P- R- trains. SUN FIRE The oldest lasuFaaee Office in the world BICENTENARY S9iO HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND t Canadian branch. Sun Building, Toronto. H. M. BUckbaru. pOSTOFFICE ASSURED and there is no excitement over it. Make it a million and a half tKs year. Judging quick appre- ciation of Macdonald of Cranbrook, it does not take him long to recognize a good man. If Sir Wilfrid's tour were to last much longer some party would have to have their speeches phosvD-. graphed as their voices are just about all in. are the complimentary re- marks made about the great arch on Round Street. r It served its purpose well, beius instructive, representative aad artistic: The Methodise general conference is .prepared to admit the equality of wo- jmec with men in many positions but j not when it conies to. sitting, in the higher courts of the church. .-Strange, isn't it? From a postal service standpoint things are coming our war. The street service is here and the new postoifice suitable to the needs of the city is on the Tvay by Sir Wil- frid's orders. did the city, size up tie situation conditions that obtained Sir WiUrid wffli regard to the-postal -ould Teeosnize ihe Diisuce of tteir vitalities and decide that a postoffice was necessary at once. His -itnat one would be built i% -time, is most gratifying request for a better building providing adequate facilities. By taMng such prompt action the prime minister has ly wait until her husband gets through saying grace at the breakfast table. As Usual. Vacation days To autumn iiaze Are rapidly declining. We're feeling blue For'not a sou Is now our nockets lining.' News. Explained. is always over looking his auto." Bond from under- Widow. A Ptunne Into the Proasic. "See tiie beautiful sunset colors on the said the poetic young wo- man. "I'm slad to know what they are, replied the near-sighted man. 1 thought .the -bathing suits had iadsd.-. i Star. Logical. asked" little Ethel, "now that you're in. mourning for Cousm Adelaide, will you wear black night- dresses. vi "What an absurd question, child! "Oh. I only thought you might' be as sorry at night as you were during ventured Bazaar. borne out iis reoutation as a discern- 3QQi-If L> ili9 The citi-jIng, .open-minded and eminently fair oi Lethbridge -were confident that} statesman. sTHE BUILDING RECORD MONTHS of the year that'tbousand in advance of year. That is recognized, as the hardest that the Lethbridge district has ever ex- perienced, nave gone and the progress of'.the city has not abated. The build- ing for this period shows a. substantial increased over the record of the same period of last year -which was iradoubt- eoly best the cfTr and district has ever known. The-total to date is rery dollars, and is sixty speate -well-indeed lor ibis city, the building operations are an excellent dex of-the prosperity of a community and according to that criterion there is uc depression: in Lethbridge because of the short crop thai has been the fomtune of-the district this year. This goes to show thEt is on a firm foundation_ and is noi dependent :on. any one industry for its mainten- ance and progress. Johnnie on the Spot, (Toronto Telegram.) Roosevelt never sives cause for speculation as to Ms ability to come hock, for the simple fesson thar he never e F correctly complied." stone -blind, u there is I It ig uaderstood tnat the censils re. -agement ring in sigut. i Qns for Spokane; Portland, Tacoma, Love may be blind, but. a love is never a diamond engagemen (Seattle and other cities in that sec- It is said that two can play at any .will shasv enonagug. increases of ?ame, 'but as a matter one cu