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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lefhbridge Daily geralg. Wednesday, Sept, DAILY HERALD Another Eastern lacrosse team isjto saloon others fee Co., Ltd., every lawful Crubb Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada MANAGIXG DIRECTOR AXD EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, by mail........53.00 6 months, by 3 months, by ,_-, Addrassas changed as often as desired, but both new and eld must be .....J4.00 e, 3 swutiii, .......35c I i I poatical protection, and bv tl-em are distributed for tJso occasion to' the ad- without -rout expenditure. At v- an seasins there is something doiasr" wnich interests the electorate, and at i-aristmas time the Sullivans and oth- er leaders are enabled i.o distribute tons of turkevs c provisions and boxes pi shoes and clothing, much of which is contributed by men whose From Other Sanctums V WEEKLY HERALD ..Published every "Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains A nHamarys-cf .the news of the week, local and, district, 1 iU 3 months, in advance 50c months, in advance___75c -Red Cross Drug Book -Stored. G. Robert- son. Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- pies Drug Store. Young Co., S. W. .Hamilton. Pincher E. J. Mitchell, THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT -Seattle1 Westlafce Bros. Alberta Drug Fernie. B. Percy Crahbrook, B. C.- Atcaisoc. L. Reineclie. Grassy Diamond D'Arc's Drug .Store. Medicine IvI. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brows 219 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. coming West to try and wrest the Alinto Cup from New Westminster. Although its wishes will not help much, all the West hopes that the B. C. fellows manage to hold it. Pincher Creek has been so long and so continuously things in railway matters that when they actually have a railway, there _____ ____ will be a lack in their lives that wilt i identifled with those of tee o, sort. The loot, if there is any, is :u different .shape, and it cannot so easily he distributed, even if those who handled it wished to do so. Xei- is social side of politics oul- jtlvited. The occasional trios of the Bowser Hopes For a Cloudburst. Cook County Democrats about the Saturday Sunset) (country would -be scorned bv the Taax- Alter Laurier the deluge, after many politician. There are no chanc- jihe deluge JcBride '-don t you hear es to speak no excursions, no clam- Hon. J. Bowser praying for rain. bakes. The Caicagoan looks on pol- itics as a serious business. Woman's Privileae. (Toronto Star.) The Methodist Conference -has de- clined to allow women to the church j courts. They will still, however, re- j tain- their ancient privilege of filling j the churches on Sunday while the Ijmen stay at home. Independent Opinion. (Toronto Star.) From two independent sources 'come tributes to Sir Wilfrid Laurier's j greatness. Baden-Powell, the British- ijer, and Senator ChamDerlam. the ,w. ,vcic 3Uta aii goniari, alike dear witness to the Pre-'er of curios. Mrs. Blunderby.' mier's statesmanship. J Mr. I delight in iniquities." Side Lisrhts Explained is always ov- erlooking .his auto." Bond 'street from under Mr. Blinks Artistic. (in art didn't know you were such an amir- Another party left to inspect: the Arrow Lake Or- chards on September 4th. The next excursion will leave about er 15th and will visit the Come in and get definite particulars about this inter- esting and pleasant trip, that is a revelation to those who have not yet visited this district Phone 1212 INCOMPETENT WEN BARRED. possible to place men in responsible positions do not understand thej Toronto Hopeful. _ GIobe-) The United brates census Plunge Into the Prosaic. "See the -beautiful sunset colors on said the blamed for the :A recenr wreck on the Grand Trunk Railway in. Michigan, is-here a j T. j wiiar is mucn imporuict. i .half dozen lives were lost, admits experience in railroad work. a high standard of v shows that Buffalo has only popula-ithe water? tion. an increase of 71.328 in tea years j woman If Toronto holds its-_ relative growth- 1 "I'm "glad to know wh ,t tUev t will be a bigg-er city than Bufiaio replied the maa. _ iiia.u in 1920. Toronto _has added j thought the feathing suit'had faded.- to its popalion ten years andj rules of the road and are not with I toh s- popafon ten years an ta what is much, more important, it has ..was ;a strike breaker, engaged by the -railway during- the recent strike and says he knew nothing about the rules. This.fact places the Grand iTrunk serious position as re- gards its liability, for heavy damages: It also should arouse the government of Canada to pass 'a law making it im- sponsible positions. wvru. vi jx. ,d lilillll LiliU railroad company owes a duty to thojzenship. travelling public; the safeguarding: of its line, in. order that full 'protection, should be given to its patrons. The Government should provi-de laws -com- pelling .railroads to place only ex- perienced and trustworthy men in re- citi- In One Boy's Good Turn, In a speech ai Toronto, General Ba- den Powell said: ''I have received a nore from one of the Toronto scouts, who says that he went to bed the other night without Canada as a Consolation. (Toronto Star.) .---------------.....o_ some reminiscences now being having done he daily good turn, which! EXTEND THE MOVEKESsT has been started in Ontario to have the Intercolonial extended from Montreal to Toronto in .order to tap the most productive part of Canada, and -at the .same time give Ontario -benefit cf the competition, of the -Government railway. The cost is estimates at twenty million, dollars. .There is no -doufbt that the extension of the road to Toronto would add great ly to the earning power of the Inter- colonial and that- the returns would large in proportion to the expendi- 1NTERCO-LONIAL. tore. Every dollar of 'profit that the Government road gets means so mud? published in McClure's Magazine, we j is expected of even- member. Hear- find Dr.'Gold win Smith speaking thus ling a mouse struggling in a trap, he of Gladstone: "In a letter to me he got up and handedlt: to ihe -cat.'' suggested that if the North would lee the South go. Canada might after- wards -be allowed to enter the union I suppressed this .letter, which I The Art. A fashionable painter, noted for his prolific output, was discussing, a- a thought would be of little use at the (Studio tea in New York, a rodent scan- time and might afterwards do other -ways, and would win Smith has often been said that Dr. Gold- him i dal in the -picture trade. "Loot here, old sail G: In- etcher, do you paint not Canad- all your own "I the other answered tolly, therefore -be a .benefit to the Westjian opinion, font he showed sagacity and-the far East as well as to part as wel1 as friendship to "and with my own hands, toj. of Canada more immediately served stcm? in this amazing pro-j what do you pay your by the extension! There should he no opposition to the scheme from the West The West knows the 'benefit posaL It reads less like the Kerr inqmre'd. tainking of tion. of B. practical statesman than the) starting an art-factory myself.' of railway construction and is that Ontario should have a share these benefits, even though many sec- tions of that province have adopted a niggardly position with regard railway extension in the West. dream of a. student of maps, who thinks that countries can be carved regard to the sentiments CONSERVATIVE PAPER'S MISTAKE. THE LEADING- Conservative pa-} refuse the post office you will say I am stingy. If I give you -the post office the. Tories will say I am extravagant. The large crowd at the meeting who heard -both Mr. Macdonald and the Presiier know how incorrect the report is, but the readers of that jour- nal not heing present, may not Those who followed the former closely knew that his remarks were a jocular re- ference to the Conservative conten- pers of the East sent special .-correspondents along with the ..Laraier party in its tour of the West and their chief; object seems to have "been- to misrepresent the language 'and actions of Sir wefrid and his -In his report of the Leth- Sridge meeting, which is given a very "prominent front -page position, the reporter for the ISail and Empire, Toronto says: In addressing a Isuge loberal meet- ing this afternoon, -Mr. Macdonald Politics and Social Amenities. (Chicago Tribune.) One of tee most striking On Chicaao. Dr. Heir-rich C. G. Hirsch, the Vien-l nese conductor, 'said recently that} (Xew was much! i-better cultivated than Chicago's. j "A New York and a Chicago he went on. at the seashore. In I between political organizations in New th-9 twilight while the sky flamed j York and Chicago is the us of the social feature absence in the hotel or-1 ui UAC lea-LUi-tj. In New r chestra played Massenet on the ter-j York it has been cultivated as much; race, the New York girl said m the.; as in Chicago it has been ignored, j Chicago girl: There one can count hundreds of polit- 'DO you like fugue There one can count hundreds of polit _ leal associations in which party sol-1 "The Chicago idarity and fealty to leaders are con-j severed wistfully served through the social amenities.' T girl sighed To and The Big Tim Sullivan association vies j troit Free Press. with the John J. O'Brien association or the Uiichael J. Connery club in soc- ial functions, dances and dinners dur- hut I adore clams.' De- 'Paying for Information. Police Judge McGannon looked ing the winter, or excursions and clain j from his bench the bakes in the summer, which keep alive j a well dressed man the voter's interest in his district lead-; charged with intoxication the voter's interest in his district lead er and the latter's 'interest in the case er. i "What's your Nor do these Tammany or Reptrbli- Judge. other morning who was and whose was- marked "special." asked the can leaders have to foot all the ex- tion that Sir Wilfrid was promising p.enses- Jlckets for baUs. excur- "You want a you certainly post office ''-here need one 'badly, as you wflj never it so lon vote Conservative." This re- ;taarkaole statement elicited a storm tf disapproval from the audience, in which even prominent Liberals on the platform joined. Mr. Macdonald was somewhat tak- attack and tried to smooth matters by saying that the Conservatives were always complaining of the Laurier government spending too much money and that, therefore, the government in order to please the Opposition should refuse to .build any new post offices even though they were badly needed. The explanation was received in sil- ence and Sir Wilfrid Laurier, as soon as he rose to speak, promised to 1 aid's humorous poke at the Conserva- putlic works as a reward for political faithfulness, and therefore accord- ing to this contention Lethbridge, hav ing given a majority in faror of thj Conservative candidate in the last gen' eral election, could not expect any favors Or justice in the matter of a post office. It was known by every- body that the government Jiad already practically assured Lethbridge a new post office and had gone so far as to send an inspector here to look over possible sites and had secured options on desirable locations. The only douht was as to the speed with which it would he granted. Sir Wilfrid's assurance was not only that the post office would he built, but that he would .ask Mr. Pugsley to proceed with it at once. There was no 'storm of disapproval' but applause appreciating Mr. Macdon- sions at ?5 each are sold in bunches write to Mr. Pugsley at once recom- i.tive position. Sir mending the immediate erection of a suitable post office, and added, mv friend Mr. Macdonald intended to say Wilfrid's meat that the building would -be pro-jj ceeded with it at once received rounds of applause. -i The people did not in that you did not deserve a post office, j tie slightest take his statement as Well, that may -be true, but the gov-ja bribe nor Mr. MaoflonaWs as a ernment is a generous government, j threat. OUR POINT OF VFEW. Every ioch this rain goes- do-wn the Hopes And of the farmers rise a. mile. It is about tame far the -regular September snowstorm. It will fill tte fawaars' cup of Joy -when H comes. RIloy will .be in a fix if he allows R. B. Bennett to go stumping for him will expect him Jwturn. fte compliment in the leg- farmers aro going after to 5 Exposition. They have the goods take them if they show them right Here's hoping they do. ac- tennis, Having managed all of complishments such as polo, ;basebail, yachting and swiimning, famous American beauty cut herself j when she tried to shave. MJbral. the Dfij banning r A rancher who has sold out his says that it is the last In' the Little Bow country which was once one of the ranching disfiascts of the West. He is going farmSag, and thus ends an interesting of the history of this country. i FILLED WITH SAWDUST Clothed in silk and lace; be- wigged in blonde and bru- nette; and double jointed where necessary. OUK BOLL STOCK take the operating table, or bargain counter, on Satur-' day nest from 8 a.m. ,until 10 p.m. Our Saturday bargain coun- ter will be a survival and re- vival of the days when old time Lethbridgian wore a 12 inch smile until next bargain day caine around again, and when we sent our Monday deposit to the bank in a large grip, under armed es- cort. Only very old-timers will remember this; out if you follow the crowd to our base- ment on Saturday, you will see history repeated. A change of program for every Saturday. It may be tlist an be the leader next week; meantime we begin with ne- BOLLS! THE RED CSOSS DBT7G BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Start Acadia Block, Red path St, Day and Nlyht Phone 555 Night Bell Picture Framer 63 Best grad- "Well, judge, it's funny, but do you know, I've forgotten it re- plied the man, with a smile. a fine of 55 will help to said Judge and the court also smiled. "Now, judge, you've fined a manj vhose name T clor.'t even know." "Well, be a good Samaritan now and (pay this stranger's fine." The best place to buy Lumber and Building Material. Lowest prices. Quick service- Ail kinds of Gal Wagon Material always in stock' Leech, Birch and Maple Eloorino-. Hebron IS. D., Fire Brick and several kinds of Pressed Brick for your Jd ire Jrlace. "I've always -been stung when I've i essayed to do things for folks I do inot the prisoner' replied. "You're stung- said the judge. "I fined the stranger 55 and now I fine you in all.'' "By exclaimed the pris-1 r( oner, "that makes me think. My name is Brown. Yes, sir, that's it. and let me say it is worth S10 to find myself, even if I am. in ths company fo a more or less disreputable stranger." And stepping to the clerk's desk, the man tossed down a bill and walked Leader. Yard Office Phone 362 BARONESS ROAD General Office Phone 334 WHUSKY-BATHS. (By a Native of Glasgow in Truth.) Oh! Sandy McScraper Sat conning his paper, j And there an announcement he read, j Horrific, amazing, Which started upraising The hair on his carroty head. 'T was this: How Rockefeller, The famous oil seller, (Whom some an old bloodsucker To make himself frisky Was using neat whiskey. i For water, when taking his tub. "Hoots! For washing w-ben dirty! 'T is sinfu' and shatnefu'." he cried 'What God made for tastin' Han be wastin' To swa-b and to sluice his outside. 'But. stay, strikes me. ind muckle it likes me, Though myself the extravagance hates, wuMna be Objections to takin' Sic baths at the cost of the rates. "Whusky baths for-the masses! .11 planks it surpasses, On't his faith let each candidate Pin, Let him shout himself husbv layin1 on whusky, All Gkagc-w will, him in IKON- AND BRASS FOTJNDERS, MACHINISTS, AND BOrLEHMAKEBS Extras for Eeeves 32 E. P. Traction Engine always, on hand. We can make extras fo, all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt of old wheel. We bave on hand__ Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long. Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Angles, 1 in. to 8 in., 30 ft. long. Flitch Plates. 1-4 fco 3-4x12 rn. to 15 in.x30 ft. lon Rounds, Squares and Flats. We have one large saw mill for sale cheap, complete or in New and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale cheap. part.' One of the best driving horses in the FOR almost new 35 horsepower 5 or cattle of like value. Price which w- POR seven roomed houses in Addition r real very reasonable for the winter. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT iLOGK ;