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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letfthriage Paily Birald will be at the Dry HERALD MANAGING DIBEOTOE AND EDITOR j lining Congress, ana Exposition j'j'boih men and exhibits. And a full share of the honors will return with them when they come back. O Sanctums orfal, PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Deptc. 1224 A SUBSCRIPTION RATES awrrered sunn i 1" year, by mail ........13.00 aeuvared 0o J months, delivered si'nn J 6 months, by mail......11.75 month, delivered j 3 months, by-mail .......S5C VVCEKLY HERALD la a f Grose Drug Store. J. G. Robert- Co., Johttston Jaclc- -Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Store. Co., H W Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell 'L. SfcCrea, Bros. Drug 'BoofcCo.- B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT I Cranfarook, B, i Atchfeoc. L. Relnscke. Grassy Tugham. Diamond. D'Arc's Drag Store, Medicine M. Northern S. Wide News Co. Brown -2194th. St. A.'so on all C. P. R. trains. Alberta captured the medal at the Toronto Exhibition for the best ing this province when it comes to showing the results of farming. The opening of a wagon-road reach- ing from Leth-bridge as far'as Feraie is another bond binding the two great provinces of British Columbia and Al'beria closer together. A Brotherly Knock. (Ortlla Packet) his head the The tisie has passed for any appeal ._, Against the decision of the the lack of the A- a w. rr Albertan.) tribunal award on the Newfoundland isheries question, and now it is railwajr asti a ed beyond recall. Thus passes tion a? !jl ne of the most fruitful sources'.of he condemns1 the controversy between the two great I 'to. consider Anglo-Sason nations. Alberta bovs are some letics as in every thing else. They have at home that the proper resting place of j j People's Shield, representing', ijcer championship is in ;Con, Lg mtched up to t ij gradations (o the Hillhurst football he resigned j team of Calgary, and to 'and aow" ho boui rhe Resigning Habit. (Calgary Albertan.) habit. Another party left to inspect the Arrow Or chard, on September 4th. The next excursion will leave September 18th and will visit the NELSON FRUIT EXHIBITION get definite particulars about this inter- and pleasant trip, that is a revelation to those who have not yet visited this district w Lake Orchards, Ltd. ndge Hotel Block Phone 1212 on INJUSTICE STILL REMAINING. imng fc% the ad-[ There "are cases where a person pjea of justice in 'thiaj'csJr: recover damages for adian soidiers Dow ;and .other countries that does j prosecution. Bat when the CrowiJOf Empire- 5 iAATn Wo-lvr- i-u-i Vi-uitii, il_J._T _ oes and that is that the is wrongfully arrested aaa' the prosecution either on ifcs iaitatiye or on the "complaint From King George to the youngest child at school everybody in Great Britain seeing -pleased with the" Can- soldiers now visiting the heart on the feat; Bat when the the on the tat- secution either on ifcs South or on, par- is wrongrully arrested and own initative or on the complaint e m Bncaln' Canadia21 incarcerated, has no, redress for the individual the situation is dif- iave -stltff .loss and suffering- he.underweait while Cerent, mates soldiers of i -bors sh'ow prisonment would present many grave time, mill one oojs- ii_ o over- .faif master 'of the iouslr as NELSON VERSUS GiT PEOPLE at the Pas, wherefUor "is openTon-'the aveias we, --Htidson's .Bay Railway I as Churchfll; that: Af off. from the Canad-jthe laud "is -7 to the jsay.-.accommoaatioii fdr: terminals, while there is very Htfle level land; that Clmrchill is -perfectly soldiers of which 'anyL Bil1 countrj' may -be proud. A -Montreal grain expert and wheal manipnJator, is pessimistic over the situation after visiting .the West. The government returns show; that the actual facts axe better" than were .re-i ported. The pessimism of the form-1 er is .probably due to. his finding out that was more wheat than, .he __ SILd a not 4 overtime during hand across master, regarded him suspic- ,do ;.not; agree ;.with the opinion w .pressed' by. Earl- Grey regarding the and Churchill harbors '-be-remembered that Earl Grey expressed the-opinion that Church- m- :harbor was as' the water -wMle Nelaoa is covered with trees. affording that -while. -ChurchJ _ ill is landiocied, Nelson can -be arti- Deeper and the -bottom more Qcially .land locked t while at the water cost; ana, .finaUv, so .shallow and the bottom .one .be a GhnrchiU is. -----T" fc3G.LJ.a- tactorj- harbor. His whole party apparently, was unanimous in declar- .ing "Churchill The opinions expressed at the Pas, contrary, are. that Nelson har- er tie fas ler the. advantages claimed for kelson will .outweigh its disadvan: cages., as .pointed out -by the Gover- nor-General, will have to be settled REMEDY FOR DELAY iN TRANSIT. j HE BOARD of Railway Commis- It would -be-a good-rthing to have! ..sioners has done, a great deal j relations or' laws passed allowing j to'give the people a ftir a length of time fctot m at Ut you if "iic it goes, assented the man "-R t i- Give and Take; still another side freignt .business to which they -well give some attention, and that .is ;'the time taken in shipping this mon-" of ten. will- that, -his goods would wHen.he wanted them. Then there .is over goods -bein- seat in transit, and finall. located weeks and ter'they should have The public ia this matter. vajrious the time according Freight of differ to the .divisions ent classes could be allowed longer or shorter times for delivery. But the law should Vo vide for the collec tion of penalties for the 'delay. .Wien a railway undertakes to de- liver freight, it should be required tr, deliver it on time, and there is nc" reason why ttey s3lould not reasonable ;ime .being allowed' y can do it if they will, and the should see to it that thev QO dea} to K for the railway companies. BRITISH MANUFACTURERS .IN CANADA. OP THE TRADE r a. ana .Great Britain, Mitchell, the other day. SDoke verv truly he said: "if English .ofectarers vish to capture Canada's they must establish wholesale Houses ,here and have their commer- cial agents on the spot. Thev must not expect to sell to Edmonton .direct 3. man in Bristol" are available or what 'the r-rfc ,a-at -oefore them others. British manufacture -s s'u recognize that from a -business si.- Point it is good policr to -e- tk. the customers and ;i is want. They should SE get show that the American and Eastern Canadian manufacturers have manv as many as have .the British- Tie latter seem to be satis- a duty as citizens uiev rnako i closer trade relationships -tii. it IT all the the. toy establishing themselves soil. en Canadian business in. l-here disposition on the part cf ci vume ai to hnt- I ReOTWlaLjLlroatte the locaHoa of to capi! 1 i tal CifTV thnn And we remark without fear of contradiction that we are the whole Gorgonzola. Have you "seen our recent triple arrival of WaR Paper! Rather more than .several thousand rolls will have to roll out right away, at 30 cents off .the dollar, just to make room for Santa Glaus. Don't be late in. seeing the best selected and cheapest stock ever sho-wn in the city in this line, and buy now! Have-you seen the new im- portation of Fancy Goods direct from Yoliahama to Lethbridge? bong swong, rekerfcay, and all that the cheapest we -ever sold. Come early and see them. Have you seen our new ar- rival'of the now famous Red Cross Writing Pads, In- itial Stationery, Souvenir Pa- j pstieres; embossed "Leth- bridge and lithographed in lo- cal Views? Follow the crowd. We Sell Drugs and fill prescriptions in the daily prssent, not the mouldy past and we sell to cure hu- manity, We have no so the thousands who never came bade don't -US but we don't brag. We have the goods, the tJie skill necessary for good pre- scription work, and we are ap- content us the L. D -vi- Uance, and a local man. have ordered you to rest on Sun Our working hours on that W Well, do you T I Star. COMPANY Have Moved THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA Capital T> -j -pitiil Paid-up T, Incorporaated 1869 -I. PEASE, Vice and CW. Manager iviue-d Profits SAVINGS BEPX iVed' Sa supplied upon a the Lady Grey in shelter. the boat w, and .Kept .._ there till oue Party in its position of the dominant ital cit? in the United States received when Matae went Den, shews ocrat- to to say, THE BED CKOSS DRUG BOOK CO, Satisfactory DrUfl Acadia Slock, si Day and NJflht Phone S5i Night Bell Th. Picture Sneen's Park 4f the statue3 PECULIAR AND PEDTINENT Two million Wales have bet AMD BRASS FOUNDED MACHINISTS. BLACKSMITH B ANDBOHJEBMAKEBS DRAWER s f or Eeeves82H. P. Traction Eag-iDe ahvays on- hand. We can ke for all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt old wheel. P Steel I Beams 5 In. to 15 in., 30 ft. long. 15 Steel Anfe i to. to 8 in., 30 ft. j Scares and We have one large for sale cheap, or in part -New and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for Lie cheap PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;