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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jgte Lrthbridgc Pally Herald, 1910. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 19OT Jty Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., erery lawful rabb Streett Alberta, Canada MANAGING DlBECTOB AND ElHTOS Dept.? Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year, by 3 months, delivered i months, by .35c .2 months, by mail .......SSc as often as desired, but both new and old .V'-" WEEKLY 'HERALD eight or rcore pages, and contains news "of the weefc. local and district: S OUR POINT OF VIIW, Sunny Albwta is its old self The of the is -sow the contest is "really -It ought to for who axe a fuw Queen Own to know that has trainloads of juat such men; Canada After October 3, the song will changed to "Has anybody here keep twentieth The public pick Maunsell and Mc- irthur to win, dad now it is.up to he 'electors of Macleod and GleJtchen .o bring them in winners. ....50c Cross Drug Store, J.- G. Robert- Jack- 'Alexandra .Hotel, Peo- Drug- Store. Co., R. W. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT E J. Mitchell Westlake Bros Alberta Dru Beat Cranbrbofc, B'. t '..Atchison. L. .Eelnecke, Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store.- Medicine M. Northam Vancouver1, B. 5Vide News Co. Brown St. Also-on, all C.'P. R. trains. There is no good reason why the Isctors of Macleod ond Gleichen ijould not support the Siiion govern- ont. What that is good -do the so-call .1 independent-candidates'stand for, lat the government candidates do ot? And in addition .the latter and for an. able progressive govern- ment. Superintendent Fairfield, of the -fix- Perimental Farm, advises the farmers wing fall, wheat until the of the month. The raia xvili let up enough to allow a good many acres to be sown yet. Lord Brassey is advising- tha the unemployed of Britain be sent to he might as well know that will _ willingly take those of the right sort. "There is room here for the fit who "want work and can- not get it, 'but there is no room here ofr those who either can't or won't It_is easier.and cheaper to look after the. latter "at home" than it is over here. Now that the-great, religious confer- nces and congresses are over, the ex't on the programme is the Trades not Labor Congress of Fort Side Genius and Insanity. Dr. Percival, R. Reaves, the alienist of Denver, -discussed at an alienist banquet genius and insanity. Walt Mason wrote much that'cheer- "Genius and insanity are sometimes 110 in ATI liVGS Vfit1" it lOOlvS AS 4- i A. lough his own life 'had -gone''out-un-'ist.' He was surely'a little insane: sr ,a cloud.. Many a "writer and 'There 'was a touch of insanity, too, in Another party left to the Arrow Lake Or- chardt on September 4th. The next excursion will leave September 18th and Avill visit the NELSON FRUIT EXHIBITION e in and get definite particulars about this inter- esting and pleasant that is a revelation to those who have not yet visited this district OF COURTHOUSE. biggest 'miscake, ifrom the, stand ;did Point- of -the. -general public, is" .the itjlack Lethbridge courtroom; iker keeps cheerful'for the sake f and in Poe. As a matter of fact, concluded Dr when his own heart, isv de- "we might say 'that the chief .difference between genius and.insanity- is that the lunatic is al- ways sure of bread and adelphia Bulletin. Lethbridge Hotel Phpne essed and sad. Senator Lorimer :6f. Illinois., has" re- signed'- from the club at whose" bail- quet; Roosevelt refused to .sit at-.the table with him. ;-There things such men should resign--also." .A Republican, daily supports a Dcm- for, them, in There is room, "for as the. ouild-1 fifty1 people, besides lur- i I 'r I Ou jj-vj, The whose bus-J advocated by the two mea A Cautious Countryman. As'a precaution against members of congress ..using the government" mails 'for private purposes at the ex- pense of the federal treasury, the en. velope in.which free garden seeds ar Jl. U.UJU.VO..U. JJU.YVlJJ.tii U W gitrUCll. SCCtl-S ocrat governor because the policies constituents bear in one cqrn- It er this, inscrimion: In r- so -as city-yerylittle larger than available.' Minister' of Pc-blic .Works already: recog- som.ething had to .-oe done day new- hqitse., was opened. In its there is seating capacity for the general pub- lic. Sven-: changes to be suitable "'by the' "department the court- anfi haii [house cannot for its cal .If that sort of Tenalty for private" use, three hun; dred'dollars.7 and if party] Tfle .other .day Representative Wil- has its expecte'd; trouble in getting IIliDois> receiv' presidentiai candidate, join to with the Republicans." and make itr un- animous _ for Roosevelt.., needs .of-'tetirori ..decided 'upon ..making' changes -He' 'is' "-doing 'Ms': test ;to ,'-and. it will not foe long an imperative the; best of 'thetonfldtag... for' al more '.suitable building. QF_ TORONTO EXHIBITION. in Antwerp places. But Canada from Ontario majority..of those who have-an in- 'times past-Wnt tojterest in.- this great "exhibition will likely talce'kritaiy to any such suggestion. It would mean that, Tor- onto would-.-have a .wonderfully-great fair one.'year would, have to fall hack' somewhere near its prev- autu Tae fair has re- over, and it is 'growing greater by keeping on as This year a new'and anfi gradually getting exhibits Cresting, feature was the OH-TSide countries and .-commun- With some "big convention: or con- ference going to the. coast; every month or .so, the .talk- that used .to he British" Col- umbia, will scon be much less heard. .T r to whom he had sent a package of the seed: "Dear Congressman j j return .under- separate cover the seed you sent me. as I would use them .Tor private purposes and this would make- me liable to the 1300 Magazine. regularly" er- deep inter- its; this- year. exception, the I'greatest 'annual exhibition in the is 'West There esMblts -from of -Canada; and these have to'majsre the fair a national fair been-.suggested that the -man ogement 'tuidertake, a: world's fair, .as has-Been held' in Chicago. ities, it "will .assume the'position and of fair It will not .-be.for one year only.'-but will -be an annual world's fair. This should-be the ambition of the man- agement and the people of Toronto, and- there is no reason, -wlry'thai am- bition could not 'be attained. From Other Sanctums F. PART IN THE TOUR. ot Sir Wilfrid along the route .between ths Laurier the .West more. -important places. Hundreds o? .depntations .were received, scores ol receptions and numerous- other decided "upon, tie respon- making -.all _ the -arrange- ine-nts; was placed on th'e shoulders -of P., the chief Lib- eral Tvalp. And that the tour and its success ''It must -be admitted that no of the -due tc the- escellecce and exactness of the made 'by Mr. Pardee. .tour lasted sixty days, and-dur- ing, that time the party travelled nearly ten thousand miles. At the various public gatherings over a quar- ter of. a million people were address- public ceremonies and functions par- ticipated in, and yet there was" not a hitch in tee whole. .Every appoint- ment was- iept and kep't on .time. There Tverelno haaty changes of pro- grqnacie except to accede to the' re- quests for brief, stops that Sir Wilfrid might, speak at places riot on the list. Many of thesewere -crowded in, but nothing was left put To arrange an these affairs was no small task. The success of the tour depended very largely on the smooth- vfi aj we amoOM- JeSSGd tbirt7' ness carried out, of smaller meetings at the Pardee deserves the credit STATES. LABOR LEGISLATION IN CANADA -AND THE UNITED SOME IDEA of the comparative j COTer every portion of the countrj- progress made in Canada and Suitable and plentiful playgrounds be K in the United States can gained from the planks of the Labor platform that Theodore Soosevelt has approved. In a recent address the ex- Presiaeat advocated the following re- lorms urged -by the Federation of La- bor: f. for. children in all the cities. All of these are enacted as in Alberta, -vrtth the exception of the last, which is being taken up by the municipal councils without the com- pulsion of legislation. There are few t fcompulsory education. of these recommendations of elt which in. ry province of Canada. ,A workday of not more than eight! The interests" of the workingmen jare _beinS considered and legislated '.Release from employment one day seven. The ambition of the sweat shop sys- Sanitary Inspection-, of factory, workshop, zaihe and home. of employers for. Injury "for in -Canada in a way that is not to -body or loss of Jife. Ths uassage and enforcement excelled in any other country.. The labor legislation .in this country is being taken as a model by other coun- tries. When Mr. Roosevelt, or some -one who thinks with him, wants to find a molel from which to frame a law on any any or all of .the above- r laws, TriUch mentioned items, he 'can find It either of the- federal cr some .provincial And we remark without, fear of' contradiction that we are the -whole Gorgonzola. you seen our recent triple arrival of Wall Paper! Rather more 'than- several thousand "rolls will have to roll out right, away, at 30 cents off the dsllar, }ust to make elbow room for Santa Clans. Don't be late in seeing "the best selected and cheapest stock ever shown in the city in this line, and- buy now! Have you seen the new im- portation of Fancy Goods direct from Yokohama to Lethbridge? They are bong strong, refcerkay, and'all that thju cheapest we ever sold, Conie- early and see'them. Rave you seen our rival of the now famous Red Cross Writing Pads, In- itial Souvenir Pa- petieres; embossed "Leth- bridge and lithographed in lo- cal views? Follow the crowd. We Sell Drugs arid fial prescriptions in the daily present, not the' mouldy past, and we sell to cure hu- ffiani-ty. We have no so the thou-sands who naver came back don't US.- but we don't brag. We have the goods, the snap, and the skill necessary for good pre- scription work, and we are ap- contents us. P. the L: D. Al- liance, and a local man hare ordered you to rest on Sun day. Our working hcwrs on. that day are 10 to i; 4 to 5; S to 9. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Btert Acidia Biook, Redpath SL Day and Night 5SI Night Boll Picture Lots of Traffic-for Both. (Toronto G-obe.) There need be no.i conflict between the Pacific and Atlantic ports. over their for gram- carrying. If the-Panama Canal "reduc- es the cost of ocean freights as much .as is .anticipated, Vancouver 'and I Prince Rupert, will inevitably handle much Alberta grain .__ _ v'. I A Yesr for the Churches as Well as For the Comet. (Montreal. HcraiL) People who are given to scolding, the churches for their alleged lack of ft interest in the world's aiiatrs might leam something, to tieif advantage if they would watch the, proceedings at the-Roman Catholic Congress .in Mor-i treal, and at the Church of England I j Congress in omitting- to notice that the Methodist Conference has just concluded ar Victoria. The churches'cannot be accused of over-' looking much in Canada this year, -j COMPANY Phone 1291 Boxl979 Bicycles Still in Demand. (Bicycle World.) I Great Britain's cycle exports are going onward. For the month-of the value of complete.bicy- cies exulted reached as com pared -with for the' same' month of the preceding year. la parts the increase was still more pro- nounced, the figures being. and respectively. During the months from January to June 0, there were sent out of Great Bntam machines, valued at 4o4.440. as ajrirmf- COT THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA incorporated I860 H. S. SOLT; E. L, Vice Pres. and G-enl. Manager HEAl) OFMCE MONTREAL, QUE. Capital Authorized. Undivided Profits 393 Capital Paid-up ..._ TotaL Assets 6705110? Fund Total Deposits w SAVINGS SaYings Bankisupplied upon a j M. AITKEN LETHBKEDOE BRANCH 5S.S27 valued in the saiae period of 1909 It is noteworthy that .the average price of exported bicycles "has droo- nvt Jf comPared. with over during the preceding year Imports of cycles andparis into Great a first months of this year over the same f ftoes and 55 e In the Public Eye Celebrated Mass in Stoke Hold. (Montreal is told of tion w> Vaugllari in don with ms recent ..trip across the Atlantlc oa .board the JSmms of ,Brfe tain One day the celebrated preach d the stoke hold of the S and engaged in conversation several of the stokers. Father Vaughan inquired of some of them what were wllL'jg to do for the sake of Christ. men JS! er taken aback at the question, one made reply that their condition of empjpyment gave them" small oppor tunity for attending religious service i-ne religious ceremonies which took IRON AND BKASS BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILEEMASEES PHONE 332 EAROKESS EOAB 3010 Extras f or Beeves SSH. P. T-raction lugine always on hand. We can make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt of old wheel. We have on Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 ill., 30 ft." long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 1C in., 30 ft long. Steel Angles, 1 in. to S 30 ft. long. Flitch Plates, 1-4 to m. to 15 in.x30 ft. Ions. Rounds, Squares and Flats. We have one large saw mill for sale' -cheap, complete or in part. and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale on board tho boat, he explained all held -on the upper decks, e stokers were not allowed. Father Va-aghan assured his hear- ers mat thoy would soon fce opportunity of attending Mass 3PentSsoS .them in their Quarters be- low. Tne aomiag he celebrated IVlass In. one of the" lower parts of the ship, witJi, the result that seventy-two men. employed in, stoMng and oS kindred work aboard, '.were present. ana all of ,shea .received Commualoa. -rr-n 3? modern, in Duff addition Will rent very reasonable for tfce -winter JOE acres irrigated land witii house, clo.e in I-and in splendid condition for crop next year. PHONE 7425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. IOFFJCE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;