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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Monday, September DAILY HERALD by the Lethbridye Herald PoblUliinp Co., Ltd-, every lawful erteing; at Crabb Street, Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada ilsf, MAXAQIXG DIEECTOE AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Oepts. 1224 PHONE: Editcrfat, and 1052 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATES 1 year, f .6 months, 3 1-month, delivered .......35 c 1 year, by mail........13.00 6 months, by raail 2 aonthS; by mall .......S5c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a.siinurrarys of the news.of the week, local an4 district. 1 year, in J 3 months, is' advance .50c S months, in advance___75c j THE DAILY HERALD FOR 8ALE-AT Cross Drug Bock Store, J. G. Roben- Co., Joaiision son. Alexandra Eotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamaton. Pfrictoer J. Mitchell, D; L. .SfcCrea. Bros. Drug Boofc Co. FarnJe, 3eaL Cranbrcok, S. Atchisos. L. Reiceeke. Grussy Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Kortham Vancquver, B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. on af! C. P. R. trains. SUN FIRE The Insurance In the world bBD A.D. 1710 BOMB ENGLAND Briwck Sun Bclldlaf, Toroato, H. M. BUtcItbvrn; numerous-wild pol ideal stories that are coming from the oast, the I-r. Maunsell ,took fhat position when he with him as it lias -been others, will be that he will be forced to for- sake his professed independence of all at 70. Some of us were sitting one afternoon art the Garrick Club -when a [him into the tremendous thunderstorm broke, orer the house.. ..-._-._i..l.-l "Now we're said the wet but radiant secretary, ''let's us have some With one hand he ducked the -brig- adier general and with the other he submerged the captain- Chucks His Secretary In. "I'll bet nobody ever did that ibe- laughed the secretary, as he climbed out of the tank. "You're wrong, said the secre- tary's secretary, who had just arriv- ed on the scene. ".Mrs. LongTvorth did the same thing "when she went out to the Philippines with the Taft party." "She did, said the secretary of war. "Well, she never did this. Come iae, Edwards." The dripping pair then seized'" the i secretary's secretary, and plunged accepted the Liberal nomination. That i-parties and ally himself with the Op- is ;the position that was taken by the, position or else turn down his sup- as supporters ;porters -allying iiimself with., the .of the Rutherford government, and! government.- In either case, his in- --TBeir action on. tihe Alberta and Great j dependence will perforce -be less than Waterways matter '.shows how independence of a man elected on 'held to it. A large enough number of a party platform. Mr. Patterson will i "It. .raged with extraordinary fury, exploding '.with terrific noise immediately us like a volley of artillery. "We looked around .at. each other almost in Horror, when- Charles Kem- ble. who was --cslmy reading, lifted his THE MAN WHO STAYED AT HOME There was careful maTi Who told the human race "To stay at home's the wisest plan, For home's the safest place." He would not venture out. on sea For fear of storm or eyes from his book and- said in his Nor would he ride a hike lest he trumpet tone: 'I think, we are going! Should fcreak neck. to have some thunder. I feel It in my knees.' them refused to support the govern- ment in matter, that the gvoern- nient 'was forced to resign. "But they and are still good Liberals. .What more -could ;Mr. Patterson do? In fact, he could not QO so much. El- to ese-rcise Ms independence -as a member .of the Opposition, just as Mr. Maunsell win exercise his as a member of the government party. ''The difference is that Mr. Patter- sonss will count for nothing, while lie would be as an opponent, Mr. Maunsell's wDl have weight. Why He Wouldn't Pay. The conductor on a Dorchester car was very hot and tired, and his car was so crowded, he had hard work col- lecting the fares; so when he came along and saw a man standing- on the LETHBRIDGE'AND THE NEIGHBORING FAIRS. UTJIXG--THE NEXT weeks there will two or three be several fairs held in the different towns of Southern Aiberta. It is ihard to estimate all the benefits that are the result of these fairs. It is a good time for the farmers to take a ferief holiday, or the townspeople, to get out and get better acquainted with the men and .the industry that are the -foundation of their- prosperity. The fairs are always occasions for a lot of .good sport The exhibitor has the opportunity of measuring his ac- complishments alongside of that of other men in the same line as himself. The fairs afford the visitors a good chance to get accurate and reliable information about the particular dis- trict in which the fair is held. They find good customers. They give the "man who wants to -buy something good in agricultural lines an opportunity to get what he is after. They afford soc- ial advantages which people cannot well disregard, for the fair is the oc- casion wien' people gather together from all around for the one time cf the year. They can all meet one an- other and renew acquaintances. These fairs offer the citizens of the large centres an exceptional oppor- tunity to get closer to the smaller communities ..and become -acquainted with the people in a business and soc-1 The men of Leth- bridge -would do well to give consid- erable attention to the fairs in the sur rounding towns. By moans of their] personal presence and -by means of ex-! afford the man who has stock, grain or, other produce to sell a chance to Xi occupying an end seat near him he said combatively: "You'll nave to give me a fare for that little "I'm said the man, calmlyj "but I refuse to do it" A heated argument .followed, dur- ing -which the conductor demanded his rights and the man calmly refused. At latter said: "One reason why I wont pay the child is that she is not mine and she is not with Record. hibitg they can form closer and iarg- j the Q _ A i otOD At district. On -pleasure trips he never went, "Oh, with .visage grim Quoth he. "A railway accident Might rob me of a limb." At motor cars his frown was ftlack. "From one of he said, "I might be thrown with sudden crack And dislocate my head. He never fished for dace or 'bream, Or wiiere trout abound, Lest he should tumble in the stream, And be discovered drowned. He had no horns of stag- or deer Above his mantelshelf, And shrank from shooting- gfouse for fear That he should shoot himself. "Sweet home's the safest he said, "I will not go away." And so he always went to 'bed To spend a holiday, And there, to comfort him inside, One afternoon for tea He ate a pie of pork; and died At 40. R. L P. the Manchester Chronicle For Sale, Snaps Finest Building Site in City for nice home on Dufferin near Cavanafc For terms apply at our office Seven Room Modern H ouse on MacDuff and Bmtlett Easy terms. handles it Lethbridge Hotel Block Plione 1212 THE COMPANY Have Mcrred To Phone 1291 Box 1979 Jj THE BEST FAi CTOREES' BEST PBOITOCTS That, is jnst -what onr floor represents. We are offering exceptional values in Dining Koom Chairs ai ad Extension Tables, in Early English, Golde-n Oak, INimed Oak. Buffets and Dinner Wagons to match, The Standard Fanutee Co. The Store of Furniture Crabb Street, Opp. The Herald. FAME'S PATHWAY. B. F. Keith, theatrical man, started with a circus. David B. Hill is ol-d. Sis years ago the Argus, by his authority and at his personal request, announc- ed that on the first .day of January next following, whatever might be the result of the presidential contest then pending, that he would retire from active politics. OUR POINT OF VIEW. A vote for Maunsell is a vote for Sifton and stable, safe government. I Cranbrook, Car-' idston, Tafoer and Piccher Creek, all I _____ j11015 their fairs within the next two Hemember the date, and mark Tlley all -be worth going t 'to see, and LV Abridge citizens should I make an effort to do so. October'2, Tag Day. Before the Macieod electors vote against Premier Sifton they must ask themselves whom thev would put in his place. With The Red Target! It contains a stunning line of lianas' Shaving Sticks, Talc Powder, Shaving Powder, Toilet Soaps Tooth Powder Thai5 s why we say Mrs. Barclay, who wrote "The Ros- coines fHHii a family trained in the traditions of the best literature. is the granddaughter of Mrs. Charlesworth, whose "Ministerial; Children" appeared some half century ago. She is a niece of the learned Arabic s-cbolar, Professor un- der whose persuasion Fitzgerald took up the study -of Arabic, and her sister is Maud Ballington Booth. As yet Ezra has_ not come through j Stop At The Window .he list of positions he was offer-! with the ed to keep him in line, nor has .fee told ffllth made him the many tempting of- B.-H. Maunsell really hates to de-jfers. Come through, Ezra, or take feat his old friend Robert Patterson, it back, tout for the good of the constituency of the province as a wbole he and must do it. If Robert Patterson were elected in it would not be long before he would go through the. stages of toe- ing, ah independent, a Conservative in- dependent, an independent Conserva- anfl finally a full-fledged Conser- vative, wiiich, by the way, is the posi-1 tlon lie starts from. I How the Conservatives must love Prank Oliver wfcen every Tory paper in Canada is making some sugges- tion for getting him out of the gov- ernment The people of Macieod and .Glelch- en can rest 'assured that -whether they vote for the government 'or not they will- get a SQuare deal in the matter of the expenditure of public money. he Red Dolt Today. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT. A wire contrivance patented toy an IHinois man, to lift a pie from an ov- en is designed to operate so that the edge of the crust will not be -broken. THE EEB CBOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Acadia Slock, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 661 4 Night Bel! The Picture Framsr, At.the present rate of growth the of Brooklyn, with its popula- tion of about will have a pop- ulation of in 20 years from now. Miss Eva Canfield is said only ferrywoaian in the nortlrwestenj states. A license to operate a toll ferrymen Salmon river has jusj; been fiven her. AND BBASS PHONE 332 MACHINISTS, :BXACKSMITH8, ANDBOILEEMAKER8 BARONESS 'ROAJ> DRAWER 3010 Estras for Beeves 3i2 H. P. Traction Engine always OZQ- hand. We can make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice 'on receipt of old wheel. We Iiave OB Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 Jft long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., Sti It long. Steel Angles, l in. to S 30 ft 3ang. We have one large mill for sale cheap, completo IN ew and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale icheap. Flitch Plates, 1-4 to yn. to 15 ft. Icrog. Rounds, Squares and Flats- or n part. A who saw a child crushed -by trolley wheels baa patent- ed a fender -which may be dropped to the rails by a latch under motor- man's ftet. Although Pincher City is on the main line- of the Crow's If eat Pass Rail-way, aa.d[ another railway assured, and the town is now busily engaged 3n, installing a -water irorks system, a .Pincher Greek cor- respondent says there is no room left for speciiflacteg in property there. A new town with two railways and a -mater "works system beins Installed., and a good place for investments! "Wonder what he thinks looMns ior, a gold yith gold places ready coined? GALVIN-HMTfELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT SUXJK ;