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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The of hundreds of cthevs who would ,w the temptations offered by maud k if they hud the power to do corporation thai tries to get KO iifcn to so wrong, ily experience is i that, the kind of rann wlio will goj ?r when the i The Germans are in the midst of a j tempts him is a crook from the .start i .PHONE: ReportcriaJ. and oy'thtt Lethbr-dge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful at its Street, Alberta, Canada BUCHANAN, MANAGING DiKiiCTOK AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 widespread movement to liave the tar- iff lowered. So arc the people of the United Suites, The charms of pro- tection soon, fade'away. and soes wrong because he is jj From Other Sanctums i i .53.00 "lv DAILY SUBSCRIPTION" KATES i year, by mail ,'rvf, i bv .morons, delivered.....Si.'.'O delivered.......35c I' rconihs. by mail .......S5c 4 Addresses'changed as cfier. as desired, bui both new and old addresses-must be si von. WEEKLY HERALD every in eight or more pases, nnd contains ijumrnarys the csvrs of rho local nnU 'district. 1 yeftiY to c 3 mouibs, iu advance ....50c .6. months, in advance----75c rj 'THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT We claim to" he dvilixed arid civilized people ought t-o iviiovyj I how to dispose of.sewage sojne !cr ivay than by.putting it into ins' water. We need action by both i j i the state aiift ihe nation to put (complete stop to' tho pollution of thei by the state so Car] ;as our own boundary is concerned. JUKI i action-by the nation because other! Cross Druj: _ '.Book Siore. J. 0, Robert- Co.. Johnston Alexandra Poo- Dnig-Store. Co., K. W. pincher J. 3IitchelI, IK McOroa. Bros. Drug Co. BeaL Cranbraok, 5. j L. Reinseite. I Grassy D'Are'-s Medicine M. Xortham J-.., 3 S. I Brown I AisO'On all C. P. R, trains. Girls In Cities. i recently uis.iunoiiirn'.unt anil; disillusion placed iiu> blame upon the! Ollen -will fina that men have i v.-rbnc It in no decree i the interests of. the people, tfiuier business" or h-v tloiuS wjlllt is improper for some public social side of American life, i biS Corporation. In case try to M'Hie respond ihv for sudi them and .try to get at tlie'big 'jcome mufrt he by 'tlioso and responsible -are in cut v boyud (o I heir chUti-jfor management, and 1 will lielj> reu right of life i oa in every way ihat 1 can.' !j The of. a young girl. hewer-! ijer precocious; to a city -Jika' The great question that we have loj York vhboui "friends or aclvis-" face is to shape tlmjss so ihat every; iiers io. sUe listen, American citizen shall have a i'ah-j 1 i very and imyiU- i to earn his living and lead'his; I i sjve, there to tivo writ-'; life tinder the best und most favorable inc; a yook and precious ijtacuscripis! rliac he shall be s.he roaianticiiJJy wishes to in his riglns and provenied i'roni-j' wHh her. caHs forth nothing vrougtcg- others in turn. j I bur pity. But, tins sentiment does-; j i nor obsc-ure ;he taoc riiat. j sball insist upon honesty if- itj I i persnitiecl to a -false view 'of i breaks up the best 'business of'-thej J-: herself and her relations ihe j land, and" shall insist upon order ira-j i der all circumstances. Another party left to inspect the Arrow Lake chards OB September -4th.' The next excursion leave about and will visit the in and get definite particulars about this mter- -esting and pleasant trip, that is a revelation to 'who have not yet .-visited this'district 1 I will ;raake .the corporations coffie j i'to time and 1 .will make the mob come! J Twelve Utahs in New York li' (Salt Lake Tribuue.) Appiyiaii tiw figures Iccaliy, Great [to time. i Nevr York has n population; pro-1 _- twelve times as great as the) r would fight for .the rights of ihe: j whole1 state ot" Utah. are m3n just as I would for the rights 10 boast: of .Utah as a great' or alj' the people if they -to-, be I THE NEWFOUNDLAND FiS-HERlES SETTLEMENT iS .BRITiSH ana NeiTfonndiana j -1 Urate.-is it is. and yet it would take Honest to the "peonle themsejves. -press seems to ho cjuite sat is- j v.-hole settlemetit is the fact that of ana perhaps a ._. '____________ the of -dispute lasting over to make as great a'showing rhp it -r one citv oT Xeiv York Ou. LliV -1 j rjiisilv Settled It; .9 eer.sus. Aucl yet we -are not has been" a source of trouble between j envious. Britain atnl tbe United State? i id there will to -sen-! The Mov'RS Picture Industry. ihai u 'is "removed' (Re-.-iew of .Reviews.) 1 ;-Bagne ;m question, The mata of the control "of tee bays, baiti places, has "been given in -lavor of the XewiounSlanders. iOn? could easily cuTord saiisfaction vrbica were of ..iaueii less importance.' jveiil Side' Lights -NUMBERING THE STREETS AND AVENUES Kitchen Days. And the in a mess. the ffie sreen-Juice ,T coacro-j happmess. 1 wine's chow-chow and" her 1 tllib J- .Xew 1'ork 430 larger -the ers or.uwse some -time in i'ijja'sies" and" anyone -where to- go j Baltimore 1.....-... 24.SOO York .Sun, was asked by a fellow-15 uc _v 'Francisco 3-.4C4J worker what the Questions were: inconvenience of the prcs-i10 SQt to aa- 1-ace. _ ;HU.50U; "One of about meeting'af more ana nr-cre; Xs Alderman Oliver remarked, Orleans replied.- .'They! e no except from thej in -xew York City, what, I if. 1.approach.-! Jture centre of the world, there arr. horse frhich..showed signs of -be-! even xrno nave uvea ,or senuinent atcacned to the names, asf--oulv '70 regular 'ing: afraid of. 'the car and its driver in the city to lesrn iliejer which are ihcse of people more Some o! tae latter include, held up his hand to nie." j location 'of the different lies- ideniir'iea with the city in times j Coving pictures on their Mils. j "What's asked a hy-j. -past- Sut that settiirnent does not! The chief combination 'o? the man- j s tan tier. j it to anythjns with more than j u.Iacturers produces -O.OftO feet "Oh. had thatall the chat- week of new whlcn SO cop- tear 'replied. 'told em Id stop; _L bo mad-e. -Mr..., Edi.- ths car, .take it apart and hide be-in it royalty, -bestin only Recently. pieces in'the grase." .The middle-! "eschanges i luu. 'dirlQIcs :of the'screetsjuto yery sirsail percentage of the peopi -ces'and streets, the one v-L'i r-nd-wbo soiivliaiifi the ether east and succeedius- At any rais j amounts "t'rom this source, to an all there are enough short irregular's come o! a week. of. from a given point, jsrrseis 'in the city that cannot be num-' This 'is the system axJoptea in modern j and m.ast be named to take up up-to-date' cities. It'is especially the names taa-: .tieeessary' in. a -city ip' that as" "they of "the -city. the streets and avenues alller it is put off the more serious are j the audiences of all the regular the- and the houses numbered I the objections urged becoming. in America, put together. w UP former rent at save any nistoncj venr to tbe actual exhibitors or sfaovr: "e pJe of Letibridge-jmen. They in tarn, collected Whi.Tic. The'city man who was. SJimtnering: the country lounging at-a lit-', on" an. 'iriteruroari line, says j go TrFa tine. Alonsr came a 'seedy, SCHOOL SPORT FiELD DAY -R-as a tipie when athletic jtioS' has "been devoted -to systematic sports Tivere not considered a however, arc -part of 'the education of a child at school. But that -day. is gone. The j developmest' and strengthening cf the cliild physically is considere'd as !m- j 'porrant .as his and; strengthening mentally. The days of undertaken to make a generous sacriHcins. the body ?o the' education for prizes and expenses. There j dent school Doctrines "Roosevelt is Preaching on j His Tour of the West. far is 'Bout six "What's ihe fare from here to j ___ cents, I (From'recent speeches.) j .-Car pretty I believe in party government., out j t ciuar "Thnnirs. boss." said tho! above all oilier -men tho j soedy wayfarer, ''jes' io gratii'y Tlie place to biiy Lumber and Building Material. Best grad- es. Lowest prices. Quick service... All kinds of Oak Wagon. Material always in stock. y Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring. Hebron. IN. Brick and several kinds of Pressed Brick for vbur Fire Place. BARONESS ROAD Yard Office Hhone 362 General Office Phone 334 physically, mentally and morally. For' the realization of this -ideal eti- ticatlop.ists encourage sports In .schools I-K-- i train saw a tramp stealing Ell-round development graduarisg the prizes for the cay. jsnciers, but only among the __ It is to be hoped, however, that the I leaders, and distrust the labor leader !OQ Qne of the forward cars. of tie-cfry will help the 53n see omy a .in tiie caboose toj is by the big financier. u? puf maa Off at the next j jstop. When the brakeman approach-j Do noL let the man feel that he is rea tratGp> ]atter xvaved a blgj Itc-es, teachers and students in this commendable tvorK by encouraging the is Attached to this department, fQJ. 13 the -sports and by at-iending when the u is tboushr. by many that ia jd_ coiiege ana ratter leo j a rt Qf sn JS t0 ho encouraged anc! j '----i.-" gcj3COi Board is to be commended! But no such charge can be -aid for Taking, the initiative ia the mat-i 1 the public- hicrn schools cfjier. It is-to be hoped that ihe t.._ No cne can say ihat :his year wii3 warrant their sports gene to out rather jinrr tho school sports neici day an it may oe saia tnar no: aiten-in-aa! il FOiNT CF ViEW iT. The Boost the ;o have tht? street svstorn. numbered stroot and c.vonuc system i _____ adopted. I r-., BIG NEW OF If Mayor Gaynor beromes gcvomr.r j of York state it the rs-1 suli of Gallagher's bullet. i With a modern street naming _________ i tern, Lethbridge have anorhFri j quaiiiication of a real live twentieth progressive elcmcTii j century city. ;-ie Republican parry :tre (loaning'; _ :.he regulars, Uncle Joe Cannon1 "A -win all along the line for us" have a corporal's m siir-i .sounds rather strange as a "llis monunsent: lie'll be a derulj sion of negotiations between Great Britain and ihe CJai-icci States. Ii j always thus. Sr-c-retni-y BaL'inger's resigTiaiioa bai- ji-.ecTj clin-.rinded hiis. as Jhe oifif-ia! tit-' Mualdpany" c'o nor. he-par-