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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .ww .PttbUthed oy the Uthbridgre HtrAld Pubiiihinff Co., Ltd., 'erfttkff at office, Crmbb Strwt, L.thbridge, W. A. BUOHA3STAN, MJINAGISS DIRECTOR AND EDITOB lwful PHONE; Editorial, 1052 PHONE: Clrcutztton and Job. Deptt. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 atil 6 moatiii. by 2 by mall.......85c Addresses changed as often desired, but both new and addresses must be given. 1 year, 6 months, 3 months, 1 month, delivered .......35C arys of months, in advance WEEKLY HERALD or more a news of the week, local end dlitrfot contains Cross Drug Store, J, G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Sotel, Peo- Drug Store. Co.; E. W. Hamilton, Pinoher J. Mitchell, D. L. SlcCrea, Bros. Drug 4 Book Co. B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. ic governor in 1881, is the father of the newly elected governor, Frederick Plaisted. tons of extra fine lump coal for sis. "dollars. Who would not Jump at the chance? Mistah Jack- son "Do don't kaow oxcopt tit Ho ttraifhttned up A ohttrtttL a woman, to aod Should fiat" gatd. Toor JO.VB turkey oc or toicewhere. Bat coining money it ail in on ml ie was mighty lucky in getting the baae of Laurler arch for that fig- ure. The -bank clearings of tola week, although not so large ai thoie of last week, when the extra buiinew that always comes at the firit of the month is recorded, show that there is a very" large amount of 'busicesi one In this city. Watch them grow. too, though to let Later; "Xo." "WAter "Got to, Found as irotting too much. No happy medium with tho followt. J kcow. Good fello-sri, tnongh. Pawn boots to" help you out. Avful old "How-'d you ooiao to go Into ml "Swy. tf for an and had my office made more thtn I did, I started. Bougtt a fair maps, -and tome loti on margin. and bought more. started buying and selling, for other people. Oh, that was easy." y THE REPORT SHOULD GO TO THE LEGISLATURE. TH-E EDMONTON CAPITAL, for "-Such commissions may be appoint some reason or otner known the recommendation of either only to ta.lt, keeps harming at taae of ?arliainent ia tne form of the government to publish resort The Board of -Hallway Commission- ers, .with Judge aisbee at its heafi, gives the people a, good illustration of how to do business in 'a- -business- way. They make every effort to possess themselves of all the facts and then give their' decision in a way that leaves no .room for dispute what they mean. Side Lights Charlee Wyndham the Girls. There was a benefit performance for the actor's fund given in Wash- Jagton last spring, and Sir Charles the veteran English play- er, volunteered. His part wae to make a short speech telling how the funds realized were to be applied. Two and dance girls from one of the cheaper .theatres came from their dressing room and stopped to await their call. One of them thought she would see what WAS going on, so she peeked out on the stage. FOR SALE Seven room fully modern house on MacDuff Street cheap. Easy terms. will handle, or will accept building lot in trade Several good buys in Duff Addition building lots if taken at once Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 islature meets. -A to report to of the commission on the Alberta and Great Waterways deal -before the leg- commission -is be body or pow- er that, appointed it and io -report to other would be decidedh To. make public "the report -be- fore it had been submitted to leg- Iilature woidd 'be very much out of order. of Boyal Commissions, -Bominbt, the highest auth- ority, oa page SOS (second address to the or iy the simple expression of opinion in fav- or of such a measure. The report of .such, bodies.is transmitted to par- liament by command of the-governor- general or -by message." The report is given to the govern- ment in its capacity of 'being the lieu- tenant-governdr-in-council, and by them ig to, -be transmitted to the leg- of .-which it, is the Tie Capital, and who want the re-port mads public are no sound reason for asking for Us except a burning 'curiosity to ao_w what it contains. Tafl to the fact that the peoplt of. New England, lute those of whit may be called the insurgent states, want" bet ter trade relations with. Canada, and be lias come out in ..favor of it loss of a "safe" state has been a good alarm The National lacroaae dab of'Mon treal play the Westminster team to-morrow for the Minto .and the on her companion an, WAY OUT FOR THE MAR1THH OF THE. CENSUS -being taken is renewing- the fear of the Maritime Provinces that their, representation in 'the House of Commons -will -be reduced when the redistribution following the census takes place .This week rspresen: governments of the three provinces, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Is- .land; are meeting in. St. John to thing a -plan whereby they can prev- ent the reduction. They naturally slons of the British. North .America are all Prench-Canadiima, it is ezpected that sonie rabid Toff Journ- al down east will try to make an is- sue of the game .saying that the French are trying: to. seek in Canada. If the electors.of llacleod should -by Act, and no change can ibe made ex-i cept ..through the British Parliamen any chance vote'a want of eonfidenee "Wno'e asked. gaid -the other girl, "it's an old man doing a monologue. He's been on ten minutes and hasn't had a. L-ippincott'a. A Manche- Harvest Custom An interesting ancient custom is observed in Manche at the harvest time. .When the work is on the point of completion a sheaf of honor is made and decorated with flowers, which the farmer itiiuself carries in procession surrounded by harvesters. T-wo of iii-e party, under the pretext of ing the way, raise a cloud of duttr If in the progress the procession meets a stranger the girl offers iiim corn from a pewter plate. If he accepts and makes them a small monetary pre- sent the girls him. But the principal ceremony is De- served for the repast, in -which curds' prominent place. When this part o, the menu reached the girls each choose one of the young harvest- men and endeavor to' force "hfia to take a spoonful, if the attempt is a uccess it 4- a IPS Canada is committed t-o the princi- ple representation by population, and this principle of government should, not foe interfered with. if the Maritime Provinces wish to pre- in Premier his govern- ment, ic will be up to them to suggest some one in whom they have' confi- dence as premier -of Al-b'erta. No one in Maelebd should 'be fool- Phone 1291 that they will lose influence ia the HOMO and In ,the country if their numbers of members are reduced. Ag Sir Wilfrid Laorler -pointed out last -winter waen the matter was to his attention, this Is a of the country.- the proporton of re- presentation having -been settled ac- cording to population by the provi- is to of the province to see where it has Instead of being div-j petered out into three..small provinces with i identical interests, pracueauy -but with divided Influence, they be one province of considerable size and'1 population. From this distance tfcere does not appear any good rea- son vhy. th'ey should net unite Into one province. There is no dou-bt that by so doins their influence and pres- .tige in Canada woma vferv increased. COMPANY Have Moved To Suite 115 Sherlock Building o Box 1979 THE ISSUE IN MACLEOD. IS ELECTORS of Madeod opposed to the aeal While _ between has not publicly made a man a one and voting for a any declaration on the subject, con- man and a government, it is recog- as between the candidates and tfce people have nothing on whici. to make a choice. Both are good men and one Is as good as the other. The whole thing- resolves itself in- to the question of sleeting: an inde- pendent opponent of the government It riyht to wait until the Com mission has made' ILs report to the legfsiature, it-cannot ibe assumed that he would; support the thing- that was means of pnrtingr his predecessor out of. office. Els 'acceptance of off- lee under the circumstances would in- c2te his opposition to the deaL; Therefore, as -between Mr. Patterson. A Toronto Man in Vancouver, (Toronto Star.) "Would you live in -Toronto ag- asked the Torontonian. "No. I'd like to go back. .Like to see a couple of good shows and fuss a little, -bntj wouldn't live there again "Why? Can't tell." "Know any people ".No, only seme fellows." and been increased to tMnks that Mr, Burns should -oear the expenses of or an independent supporter of the j Hr, iTECiisell or between Mr. Pat- government, -mere are no great' terson and the government there can j be nc- issue on this question. issues before th eelectors. If, as some aSege the Alberta and -Mr. Patterson stands for nothing Great Waterways affair is an issue, It one man action, Mr. Maunsell cannot be so in this contest Mr. j stands not only for the independence iuumaea, the Liberal candidate, oe-jof his own action, but also for the fore he was a candidate, or -before he i support of tie government on gen- taougit of being one, had expressed Urat The whole matter then Jmself asking opposed to the deal, j as far the iiaclsod electors are Me. Patterson, we believe, also dis- j floneetnsd resolves itaelf into the proved of 1L There is no be- jaMttai to whether or not them on that score. Hon. fiapIJort the Sifton govarnmenH L Sifton 13 premier to-day became} -by elsetfcg Mr. MauEselL That real" the fact that the people of Alberta Jy Is the only issue, i greater part, to between ?2j000 Hitherto the London Liberal the Radicals that it will dis- continue its subscription. The Bat- tersea Radical Association it wm dismiss Its agent and let the or- ganization, which is one of the best m lapse tntirely unless Mr Burns accents its terms. FAME'S 'PATHWAY. S. S, Carvalho, general m-anager of tne Hearst newspapers, collects Chln- l ese blue and .white -porcelains, and jaas the most representative colle tion in this country. Incorporaated H. S. HOLT, L. PEASE, HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL, QUE. Capital IfedMded Profits Capital Paid-up 530003000 Total Assets Keserve Fund ...ra, Total SAVINGS BANK BEPT. Deposits of and up received. Home. deposit of LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J. M. AITKEJf, OUR POINT OF VIEW. TMe Mnd of weather trill make the vheat enoot np at a great rate. The of Alberta are on the el- of Sfadeod and Gleichsn. these days to tfacae is elect answer srere -onderins IE we would hare j any more werxn weather. Stop At The Window With The Red Target! It contains a stunning line of Wil- liams' Shaving Sticks, Talc Powder, Shaving Powder, Toilet Soaps Tooth why we say Stop At The Window With The Red Target! James E. Watson, of Indiana, used to .-be in Congi-sss, and was no elected governor in 1908, was one grand chancellor of the Knights' o Pythias, and once state president o the Epworth League. A young woman of 24 and her bus :band, a rear older have waited 200 miles from Kansas City to New Torf since May 2. The man, D. H. Woolf is a musician and composer. IN SEPTEMBER. This -or tnming down the only safe and sore government the province could beve at" the present time. people of this city have now Asfiaite to consider fn the matter, of municipal government fcy commissfon. The proposition is de- oyi H tie electors of Macleod Hare fie responsibility of sup- stable sad progreseive government. ttey must support Premier Siftou. Tbc appointment of.W. S. Bail to the police magiatracy of the city will be heartfiy approved. Mr. Ball, in Ms brief reoldezjce m tMs city, has established an excellent reputation a lawyer, and Qiere can be as to Ms ability to of police fulfil no the Dolt Today. THE EED CEOSS BKUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory "Drofl Stort Acadla Block, Red pith St. Day and Night Phone 651 Night Ben WcCREADY-Th. Diipwwr. Picture windy, bright September noon, __ My bean is wide awake, yet fuil o dreams. The air, alive wita hushed oonfusior teems scent of grain fields, and a mys ti' rune, Foreboding of the fall of summer soon Keeps swelling and subsiding, till there seems O'er all the world of valleys, hills and streams Only the -wind's inexplicable tune. My heart is full of dreams, yet wide awake I lie and watch the topmost tossing bougbs Of tall elms pale against tiie vault- ed blue; But even now some yellowing brancn- es shake, Some hue of death the living xreeo endows; If beauty ties, fain would T vanish too. "Songs, of the Common Day by Charles G-. -D. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, AND BOILEEMAKEIIS PHONE 332 BAIMMEESS.BOAP Extras for Beeves 32 H. P. Traction Engine always on iiancL make extras for all other engines at the -shortest old wheel. We have on hand Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in.. 30 ft. long. Steel Channels 5 in. aad 10 in., 30 ft, long. Steel Angles, 1 in. to 8 In., 30 ft long. Flitch Plates, 1-4 to Rounds, Squares and Elats; .-'vA- We have one large saw mill.for sale cheap, in New and Second Hand Engines and vt FOR seven roomed houses, modern, -in Duff Will rent very reasonable for the winter. FOR, acres irrigated land with bouse, close-in, splendid condition for crop next year. PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFtCE ROOM 1OTT BLOCK ;