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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page The Letiibrldge Daily Herald. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WKO DKOEMBB-R 1OOT 4 bj the Lethbridfe Herald- Publishing Ltd., every' iawful Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada BUCHANA'H, MANAGING DIRECTOR AXD EDITOE PHONE: Reportorial, and Dept, PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. As an. example of allow us DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 6 months, delivered S months, delivered i delivered.......35c 1 year, by mail......J. 6 months.- by mail 3 months, by mail.......Sac jAddresses changed as often as desired, but both .new. and old addresses K must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every "Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a stimmarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in 3 months, in advance 50c 6 months, in advance 75c j THE DAfLY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug 'Book, Store., J. .G. Robert- son Johnston Jack- son, 'Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Drug Store. Co., H. W. Hamilton. J. Mitchell, D. XL McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co." Fernie, B. Beat B: Atch'isccu L. Reinecke. D'Arc's Drug Store. Northam B. Wide-'News Co.- Brown 219 4th St. Also on ali-C. P. R. tratris. to recommend Theodore Roosevelt. With this bright weather continu- ing, there will be no time lost 'by the farmers in increasing their acreage o winter wheat. Ports. The goods went C. 0. D., uiid It may not be as sentimental, mus- ical or interesting to have .'numbered streets, as to have them named, but from a practical standpoint it is more convenient, sensible and businesslike. a typewritten-letter, .advising The conn try merchant that.the goods had. imen sent -was mailed to him. This mer- chant aekuowledged the receipt of f I the letter and raised some highly or- v> Igiaal objections to die business meth pds house. Kei wrote as follows: want you to under- the baseball, lacrosse, tennis season is just Now that football anU about ail gone, it is time lor the peo- ple to get ready for fall and winter sports, rugby, sfcating, hockey, curl-' ing and the like. v Mr. E. H. Riley would enlighten the public a good deal if he "would men- stant sur that 1 aiut no fool when I borr. that. Bill from chat road'Head- ed Agent 01' yores he tok1 me that you i sent him" all the from cycynUa j to git that order. 1 thot he and i bot all my goods from the jersey, ncnv you- writes me a printed letter and sea if i send you the niuii- ney you will send me the' goods. 1 recoa you will most "euny drun fool ud ,'do that. i would not mind sending in the munney and risk get- ting the goods font when 1 recollect how you and your eagent done me i refuse to.do it if you would of treated" sie right and rit me letters in" ritin, and not of sent me that newspaper tion persons and circumstances he was offered nearly every position in the province except .that of lieu- tenant-governor. From Other Sanctums Come On, Ezra. (Calgary Albertan.} si Come you Ezra. Kilsy! Tell j the people of. Gleicjien and Alberta, jnot about "all the bribes offered you .the present government, one' That will ensure your election with- out anything further. Come along with it, right ..like i was a fool and not read rilin I would a "tuck the goods'and pade the I dont want no more of yore printed letters I wont stand sich from' no house i am fifty six'years old 'the last of next, coming jinuary and the" fust man has' got to put my back on "the ground yit. "i may not have as much." larin- in grammar as you got but i; whip-you :or enny uther''yanky that wants to" try ritin me a printed HON. A. A-STO P GAP. 'OFTEN .make doing things. 'He may not they attempt to "j'adgejbe versed in the way of politicians as "some" are, "or think they are. but Bother men'by the standard of their, own attainments. There are .-'lew'-men in Alberta who can maie longer speeches "or write longer let- to -the press and say less than can" -Mr. Tregillus. That gentleman along.these lines, as as that of self-advertising. He considers Mmseli a great success and. useful'man to the pro- of Alberta. He, therefore, that any man who works in- "stead of talks, and who avoids the rather, tnan rush, into it, is .not much of-a success; ;'This: is no douot the reason Mr. When Knowledse Meets Theory. that has done service ii> to illustrate -sup- will likely be revived in the aparoach.. ing political "heated Away when herds of buffalo' grazed along the foothills of the-west ern mountains, two hardly prosnect- fell in with a bull Another party left to inspect the Arrow Lake Or- chards on September 4th. The next excursion will leave er 1 and will visit the FRUIT EXHIBITION 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 Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Don't Do It Again. (Cardston Star.) Why did so minjv farmers wait so _ ___ _ ,__ ____ long before "sowing their- winter :wheat! seemed ,to fromj- This is nor a dry country as regards j Ws Mad and run amuck. One .of ors :in'- of. his "speech at the Riley nomination meet'ag on night described "Hon. Mr. MacLean as a stop gap, -sad AS a man-' who was thrust into the position ap- preciating that, his abilities were not -equal to is Mr. Tregillus made a mistake. A. J. MacLean may not 'ibe a spell-binder and windbag, such 1 asj--Mr. Tregillus, but- he has. the rain and -sloppy snow, and the'-kind [the prospectors took to the -Iji___ of weather you are not 'expecting i es of a tree and the other" dived intft he is a very successful business man. [comes, usually, just-at -die-time you a. cave. The 'buffalo bellowed at the are not expecting it. Another time, j entrance'to the cavern and th'en turn- towards'the tree. 'Out came the man from the cave and the -buffalo after" him again. The man made another dive for the hole, "Af- (ter this had been repeated several So 'die man in the tree called "to pers are more or less Border. who was trembling at one capable of looking after the af- fairs -of government. He is no stop- gap. Everybody- who knows A. J. inows him'to be a most cap- able sound" judgment and intelligent .action. .He is careful and -makes no-mistakes. His traducer speaks truly when he says that. Mr. -MacLean was thrust into the position. It was not his seeking, nof did he... advocate Ms for .it. But. others knew Ms ability and judged him a good government. The people who know the provincial .secretary ,-have... a higher opin- ion.-of' judgment. Sif- chose Mr. MacLean than of the views of ilr. Tregiilus, as he is. reported to have expressed' them. Time will..prove the Premier to "be right, and Tregillus to be as far off as he generally is on most questions he attempts to don't wait, but' sow the gram. The Poor Bachelor; (Cardston Those who. can hit-, ing them into town. of the bachelors cannot cook can hit and. .tin djicks but .where some of the married people score, for the bachelor gallantly; gives away his ducks and then calls.'around, to eat some of'them. It'is not'the..-eating. bothers many of., car 'bachelors, out ..the work men in "barracks, don't into j plaster This" 'quotation is singularly, appropriate in .this" '.fourg. for we also do not much "hard Fork.. V Prosperous Lethbrfdgr.. (Calgary Leth-bridge has' established. a clear- ing, house, and. the record, vof i the mouth of the "Stay in the cave ,yoa "You -don't know nothing about 'this bawled the pth'eh "There's a bear in j IHOCH DER. KAISER! THE CROWDING TOGETHER. RESIDENCES., rHE CRITICISM.- offered improved b'y larger grounds. And beauty is: valuable. 'Then, too, from a sanitary .point, of vie'vT, it is important to have the air space around; the houses as large as possible. When houses are. crowded together, .children do not have any of Canada, Britain and the Un-iplace to air is scarce, not ited States, where land is supposed leaving space to .-remain fresh, flowers, ,L i--etJibridge as a residential city is" that the people are building -their homes too close together and not having large enough lawns and gar-dens. People from the older to! he, a great -deal scarcer than it is here, are often heard offering this And Tvhen one comes to think of it, the :criticism is just. There are many houses built on single twenty-five leet lots that should have at least -twice -as much space, larger houses grass and trees do not flourish and their..'beneficial, influence is lost. Perhaps; the "rapid rise of, the price of residential property has had its influence in curtailing the-amount of land a" man" will have for the site of his residence. It costs more to get more-land. But the added investment its returns in added beauty, five showed a v are similarly cramped, and in some health and pleasure, which amply re- of the city, it looks as though people were trying to get the great- est possible number of rooms on a limited amount of land- This way 6f building is not desirable. Notfe ing enhances the value of property- more than the appearance of spac- ious grounds well kept. The ap- pearance of the residence itself, and of the stre_et and the whole city is pays for the investment made. .citizens of Lethbridge, wheth- er building, for themselves, or for rent should' -not crowd their houses to- getfcier: should use their in- I'luepce up and maintain a sentiment against such crowding, sc a beau- tiful and cii 'the use of formaldehyde. The cotton industry of England em- ploys many more women than men. The electrical operation of trains' in the St. Clair tunnel .under the Detroit river has shown great economies as compared with steam. Paper belting, instead of -leather, is ZjftSui; SG .iZjGEuiHu, tuc Ciaitii? lOl" it be ing that it is stronger than leather, wiil not stretch and is less subject to [climatic changes. FAME'S PATHWAY. .Mrs. T. P. Beal. a. .rural mail. car- rier of the Burbank district in, Cali- fornia. goes over her 25-mile route in an automobile which she has bought ,with her own earnings. James G. Cannon, who succeeds-the late .T. Edward Simmons as president of the Fourth National Bank of New Yorw. starred in his financial, career as a bank messenger. IRON AND BRASS POWDERS; MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAKERS r PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD 301( Extras for Eeeves 32 H., P. Traction Engine always on .We can J make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice ,on r.eceipt of old wheel. We have on Steel I Bearos 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft. long. Steei "Angles, I in. io S in., 30 iu loag, We have one large saw mill -for sale cheap, complete or 'in part. New and Second Hand .Dvnamos for sale cheap.-'. Flitch Plates, M lo 3-4x12 in; to 15 In.s30 ft. long. Rounds, Squares and Flats. Oscar Hammerste'in. who Was, bar- reel from Russia because of his race, will feel doubly bitter now that a spec- _ ial permit has been granted to Oscar I 3, Straus, our ambassador to Turkey to visit Su Petersburg. is a there is. not. mucn room leit lor specuiauon at that ambitious place' crpany to City a street car service by r-n T' not. Disappointed, and are satisfied, for "the line to -T uot to speculate on Pincaer City pro- the new railroad company is going to establish a regular street car beiieve-that Co. will give Pincher Creek a street car service eithJ! tt at PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;