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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DGE MILY HERALD Ltd, lawful A TTOwA x aa A. BUCHANAN; MAKAGIKG DIRECTQB AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportonaf, and Depti year, delivered s4 delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 UN FIRE The Instnrance Office in FOUNDED A.D. 1710 Sl-CEE HOME OracEr LONDON, ENGLAND Canadian Wodl Sun -SetUtatf, Toronto. H. M. Blackburn, '910 :1 delivered 14.00 1 year, by mail 6 months, by mail aths, by. mail ..53.00 WEEKLY HERALD -j. in eis Gf the news the week, -.51.50 i 3 OUR POINT OF VIEW, Mayor Adams will BOW rest easy -n his mayoralty chair, knowing that Alderman 'King will not oppose him. There are now four papers publish- Lethbridge. How many can them all? Try. It will not before the mat- "Well, I don't care a hang about jour .car going to Church. I "know the only Sunday I've missed in three :-ears was a heifer got tang led up ibarbod wire fence." you want to vailed the while the passengers roared at the poor fellow's plight, shouted the by tima quite as the carman. Why: should I transfer? The Meth- w iuus me mat-. I transfer? The Meth- er of municipal elections will 'be thejodist Church was good enough.for my of conversation. father and. his father, and it's cood Cross Dm? Store, X G. Robert- Vfson'r-fc. Co., Johnston Jaek- son; Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Yptes'-ljrus- Store. Co., R. W. THE DAELY HERALD FOR SALE AT -Pirrcher E. J, Mitchell. 'i- D. L, McCrea, WestlaJfce- Bros Alberta Drue t u iBcok Co, Fertile, B. Seal 'Cranbrook, B, Seattle 0. L.-Reiaeeke. Grassy Lake Dr. Diamond Dr. D'Arc's .Drug Store. Medicine Northaa Vancouver, B. World Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown 4tb. St. Also on airc." P. R. trains. must 'be first. it will cot be long before Cook or ome other enterprising excursion aan will be organizing rush tours trough Canada's Mediterranean, From tie far north coines the Ve- father, and it's good enough for nxa, young, man." The conductor -passed to the other end of the car; wishing that such a thing as the Canadian National Ex- hibition never existed. .Just Like a Man s." Stewart, the secretary of the National Woman Suffrage asso- >i uiAiaia ouj.iiu.oC said in a recent -He same thing all over. Good sen i'ble methods give results ry time. -the Prairie grouse, .partridge such -birds are not -U tke first of October, Duck h'unt- i-s should be maie'aio..'jnis- :-H. Ms statement meeting thai 'offered practically ev- in' lie -province' except If' "he" would not ..IS RILEY-'- MISUNDERSTOOD. is fcelns: F Chough-they are heirs of many of. tie results. Bat just-the, it would be very interesting and convincing if Ril- ey would-produce some proofs for his The names of the' per- _ ____sons who were so anzious to force people 'seem to'ihfak that Mr. BUev -political'.honors iaad responsibilities Premier Sifton .was fekk, the Liberal." party. Some Two, Roman Catholic -archbishops preached to. a congregatipu' of one! hundred thousand "'people in Montreal I "These men on the one hand ac- cuse the so-called new of de- moralizing the home, and on the other hand' they go about the world abusing the home with all the cynical wit -they can muster" up.' ''Once, on a -steamship, the captain' railed a. lot against the voting woman and her neglect-of ho.useb.old duties. And it -was -same cap-tain, course, who laughed pretty SM on the -promenade Another party left to inspect the. Arrow Lake Or- chards on September 4th. The next excursion will leave Septemhier 18th V" V-' and vrill visit the NELSON FRUIT EXHIBITION Come in and get definite .particulars inter- esting and pleasant trip, that is a revelation to those who have not yet visited this district Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 on Frfday. _ That -beats Letbbiidge congregations .on Sunday. The geographies the' world.- wiU stand some passed; his He has since Grey you "Homesick? Ha, ha, he roa nA iVa, eov TVhy, no. I'm never .horn Star. on Hudson's can sa> inland, on-Mr. Riley. and the circumstances t made these, generons offers to lander was done'would o.-briie The .pBblicj.vfery 'interesting reading. Some of fcripfcions of ae that such was notftheoffers "must -hive in: the service.' TTi irresponsible talk- iflV. -Oil 7j .es-Pfemier; Rutherford may done in that line is not known, It. was or -was not Siffereace to the present present-government cannot he; held responsible for the 'actions- of.ihe late .al- _ t I 7TI n I limit. If Riley wants to-Deselected in Gleichen he'll have to-close: him -up some way or other: ,He would-de- feat 'any man -Jobs are available. If Mr. Riley would make his -stick- iie.must prove. it to be true. And even If ,he should, prove it to -be -true it will haye no political Significance to the electors of Glieehen .unless he implicates: the. Sifto'n government in spine or other, numerous offers ANOTHER KNOCKER ACROSS THE LINE. In one day the Herald announces that, two big implement firms', intend to .greatly enlarge their warehouse capacity. "That looks men whose business 'first last and all the on, the success j From Other Sanctums A certain fellow, who Pred M.'.Oaies, who claims .lived around Barons, who who. back to Wisconsin, is -one of.the .ninety and nine. In the Pioneer-Press of August 19. there .is an interview -dated from Richmond, WIs., in which- the gives some supposed; to go as facts, v showing that Alberta' is a fake and a The whole story is such tissue of Ees that it. would not seem pay any .attention to it, 'as'-several people fioin across the written the Herald, inquir-. ,'liig.'as-to tie trufMulness of Oakes' some attention should 3 ays -that he 'is but one farmers who or .are moving or making Dlans to :moye froai Alberta" and 'Saskatche- i wan tire Unite'd States. to the States. As Oakes savs. the remainder pf the fifteen thousand! wiil haTe for a year is. all the: country must -be thinking about it "The fact iVthey do not figure OB getting- more tJian three crops-.-out of tiveiu.titat the same gentleman. The fact .-they have crop every year until this year, ana" when men farmed right .they got' a crop this year that will beat what Wisconsin can produce, in the best of its yeara. The statement that there had been William M. Lewis, the Racine'mil- lionaire, who missed getting the. Re- publican nomination for governor of Wisconsin, conducted -a newspaper advertising campaign that is estimat-i He is' COIltumacious. The ed to have cost him over a the Arr late of thousand dollars. He-doubtless would The reception harp WOO it nnK LfLnriiaT- n-ap e i- was one.ot the acts upon which Mr. Bowser cast a Napoleonic scowl. in not single detail: did he, The Cleveland Estate. (St; Louis Post-Dispatch.) Grover -Cleveland's -estate shows a gross, vacation of. S39V.650. .-Wfcen ia commissions liave roeeri there will Tnat sum of the fortune'-of irao was twice president of the nc States., leaves for .the support oi. his widow and his children. In any land on- earth a. man-born force of-character good fortune, rise to" righ eminence; .but-the States the only land.wiere a man. who once attained; siich- eminence "would: re tire after power to compara- ive poverty; Bowser Jealous of JvicBrSde, _ There are that' all is nor o-" the-provincial Mr ser, it is .said, bitions.-. ,Tne nance .iMinister3--etc., refuses to1' bow." the knee aad do obeisance to the' ering of Hon: Richard! Mciincie, his .titular and officiaFchief ilr. Bowser, of fac't, consid- tae county option plank in .his platform. which was unpopular in a state con- taining so many beer-loving foreign- ers. As a new style of campaign, a killing frost this vear is absoltt "dr! T campajgn, F 'I aosolUiel> -Mr. Lewis' was one, .of the .most re- no frost has -been register- [markabie Tet brougllt As for Oakes hav- frozen. to have naa some-strong stuff- to have his sight so multiplied for the sober, sane judgment of -offi- cials. who 'Iiave made diligent inquiry is that iiuztoreds of Americans coniing to Canada for every one who is leaving. To be esact, h in the -sis months up to July on the night of June 1, imagine that i! possible. Aiberta is .not perfect, 'and does not claim, to be. -It does not try to build tip its reputation of .others. For every man wh.G is discontented with his lot in this-- province, there are hundreds and thousands -who are more' than" satis- fied. The difference lies in the men. Men of the stamp of Oakes would not L be "satisfied anywhere, for the -man who is not satisfied with Southern Alberta. would not be .satisfied. with aity Side Lights PROVISION FOR WINTER SPORT IF THE PATSOXS of the W'able sport, both game" are going to have any sport to their liking this wister. ther .wiil .have to move. in tee climate as Lett-bridge en there is "small. chance of ice gimss such a-' .curling and hockey atUmiag cnv great popularity if they must be car Street Car English. {Toronto Globe.) M.J.U AlC lend it the, light of his. countenance He stood afar off-glowering at the function. He regarded 'it ca) as- a cunning personal advertising scheme' on the part of the and (-b) as a political move more -than! doubtful propriety.- Those" who. pro- fess to know what is transpiring the secret places' of the administra- tion say the situation-is'so strained that the time is drawing near when Luciier must be cast over the politi- cal battlements. On the other band, COMPANY ck Bui uetiiij. "We only go to said a i of the Attorney-General a. Belt Line conductor to farmer. "UmphT' was the reply; The statement was repeated in a louder tone. -are firmly convinced-that he is the dominating- political personality and that if he drops there are-some consider themselves mighty who "Well, I go myself, too replied the. lWs' .-Li, rr !beuig the confidence of the farmer, somewhat indignant at apparent self-righteousness of the con ductor's words and manner. misunderstand me, sir; I mean that this, car only goes to explained the conductors these rumors. -participants iie Ice on in -the open air. Hoes not last nnd t-i-i soads cove- It with dust. A. good rink for each or A large one of accoinmo- and spectators. It is recognized that one -of the drawbacks of the otherwise -almost perfect -sunny Southern Alberta, win- ter is the difficulty of conducting regular- winter sports. People, es-. pecially the young people, should'' bare both spor-s, with the proper plying part the Siest ceal of some form 0J healthy A good rink, well bnilr, -tly handled and properly managJ go a long way toward sup-' -f it is not done' 'or a j right from start to finish, it will be I t pro-f useless, for as can be seen, it will be -uay End en-ja difficult matter to handle. .THE SOUTH ALBERTA COURIER. S.OUTEAI.3BRTA COURIER will become S' P- I ?Wd of this prtrt of j and. is .JPdnted on j on tie bock jasaeav with clear type sad iis ail -wancTOMs -ar-efiect.