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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Co, Ltd., erery lawful MANAGING DIBIOTOB ASD EDITOR delivered- delivered ,f 2.00 months, deJiyered 00 PHONE: Advertisfng Circulfition and Job. Oepts. 1224 RATES 1 year, by mail ........13.00 6 months.- by mail 3 by maii.......S5c often as desired, bur both aew, and old WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday in eight or more pages, and con-rains iumiaarys.of the" news of the week, local and district 1 fear, fa advance c z months, in advaace 50c ia advance___76c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT moat be SUN FIR! OldMt In wAnId rowmiBA.ft.i7io i.cf HOME OFFICE i LONDON, Toronto. H. that he left no of outstanding ability to lead the, great Conservative party. For that position of affairs. Sir John, was often blamed, as it was It is not that Bryan will b swept into the -White House ou the Democratic Traye. He seams tp lost his grip ,on the party. Red Cross Drug Book Store-' J. G. Roberi- Johnston Jack- ,r Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Drug Store. Co., R. ,W. ;Pincher. ft J. Mitchell Bros. Drug Bocrfc.00. Percy Cranbrookj B, AicMson. L. Xugham. Diamond Drug Store, Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. ..Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th. J3t. Also on alfC. P. R. trains. i charged that he placed in his cabinet men over whom he stood head and shoulders, in order to impress upon the people his own ..greatness. In i the of the Liberal leadership, j the situation is entirely different In Sir Wilfrid's administration to-day there are.several..men -in -every -way capable of succeeding him. Tfesse men are William 8. Fielding, the able s and eloquent Minister of Finance; lhe Kodolphe Lemietii, the gifted post- master-general, and Mr, Graham. When Maine'deaertt the Repub party after thirty years' coariauoot fealty; it is a lifn. that the Deuiccii-ta are on the road to victory. Roosevelt sanctioned the can'iidat-' of the insurgent republicans in !the state of Washington. -that they won shows his strength in" Then comes the news that, J..P. Mabee may enter .the cabinet If he does, another man of .leadership mat- erial will be on hatifi to select from. As the years advance Mackenzie King will -be considered In this class, .too. He is a Arising young statesman, who will be 'a factor ii the public life of Ca-aada. -i As we said before, we say again, Koosevelt is the only Republican' OUR OF VIEW, Mayberilabee wouldn't.' inaiie- the OPINION HAS r .three thousand expected, for in it Tories mad if he .went into .the pom' Union cabinet V; n. this country this samaier and. have not got a am to pitirib to wait for -things to take a man to .a Letbbridge dt- the .other 4ay. ie asked -by toe 'going am or two same citi- history .is out repeating itself. Tie communities of established reputa- tion-have; all gone "through it, and so must AJ-berta. But this province is "aU There is in it the. foundations that are wjUnd'to The Calgary .Herald is .making th issue "The election of RUey will b at Sifton." Gleicien. liberal should keep 'that. in .mind when the .to "to put la crop on an actual, tarlo man did not ha-re full e ihat the majority "'iave. He .had the''same Those .who been here have it demonstrated. to their satisfaction. Men who Mr. Willison's knowledge with a! severe shock, froia wWta he does not recover. -.It may bs that the weakness and opportunism wMch Mr. Willjson reproaches have become more S fest in recent years, .but there, has been no Bach abrupt change of direc- Q the path of lofty rectitude h onor the editor of the News may Pose. Mr. Wlllison may fairly adm he been mistaken or if -h Prefers to say that he has -bee deceired. No doub.t Sir .Wilfrid was not the lofty and .unique example c 7irtnolIS wmcn his biographer represented him seven years ago. "To be wroth with one we 'love Doth work like madness, in the -brain, And so we venture to suggest that th 1 be a'far Iess Incorporaated 1869 K S-.ffOLT, President-Er L. PEASB? GenlMeager r i A i OPJ1COE-AFONTBEAL, QtTE. Capua Undivided Profits 528393 Capital Paid-up Total Assets.....; ,67 Fund-...-......, Total Deposits V.V 50822109 SAVINGS. BANKBEPT. supplied-upo, LETHBBIDGE BBAKCH J. M. AETKEN. 3 t at least three of -ifie mo iui most able of iis forme- that is to say, the Toron to editor and- WogHipher, the-jouma list-politician of Winnipeg, and an eminent pitblw man of Vancouver an London. Side Lights .__.------- Like Motor Cars. The beautiful Mathilde Townsend ho married Peter Goelet Gerrj- in Wasntogton, was often rumored to be engaged to this nobleman or that bat Miss Townsend, after the wiser fash- S Ameri- to an An epigram of .the young girl's has the rounds- of Washington soc- a title, Miss Washington mat Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. riftOX-AND BBASS FOUNDERS, ICKSMITHS ANDBOILEEMAKEKS Extras for Beeves 32 H.P. Traction Engine- always on hand We tan make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice on; receipt of: old wheel We have on Flitch Plates, 1-4 in. to 15 ft loag. Rounds, Squares and Flats.. Steel I. Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft long. Steel Angles, a in, to 8 in., 30 ft long, or''in' fl J T71 J< ew and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for gall cliear. McCREAOY-The SAGc-Tne Picture FOB seven roomed houses modern Will rent very reasonable for -Ten acres Irrigated land Avith house close In splendid condition for crop year. UOSe ln; GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;