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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD bEGJCMBER 19OT Co., Ltd., every lawful office, Crabb Street, Lcfchbridffe, Alberta, Crada A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: and Dept 1052 PHONE; Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts, 1 year, delivered 6 3'months, delivered 1 _mooth, delivered ,......25e DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Napoleon once said; "There shall IK. .The aviators of to-' day are trying to say tfie same thing, and' show the truthfulness of the! words. They will succeed yet. The farmers of Barons oug'it to send for that fellow -who went from there and toJd 'such yarns to his folk iu Michigan and show iim what thej have got. Bight ..to- fourteen bushels to tiie acre Is ail lots of countries states get any year, to say nothing of a hard year like this has beer.. i t r NOT a. a t 1 year, .by mail 6 months; by 2 by mail........ S5c as often as desired, but both new and old must be WEEKLY HERALD lied every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains the news of the week, .district. Kobert Patterson asks to be 'elect- ;ed as farmers' candidate. li. -H. AUunseU is a farmer also. And even or condemnation at the''" ohcjaerors to know that General j.One of ways' maintaining Botha is soing: to stay is 'to reduce strife. anU jeal- 3ob ot bems Premier of United-South i OUST, undertaken to do Africa. He is a unique' figure in Im-l Called take the -reigns b'E penal pohucs. promise.'of government-over a British Seing a migaty factor, in this'Boer tos set himself.to the task the bonds of Empire in .-his own of. sho.wing. that's man.-can-, be both That is the on- their job there, .rorv because they hare, given'it up as too heavy. -'Can't'Help-it. season; she's "pon the -4iiil, And her husband, is a master-at the .-a-rt of keeping 'stilt Her -picture's o'ftek she ccmnrry place; Last week her yacht had" won a" She has her own; press agent, she keeps a manager: And fifty utter strangers are -writing for She chooses whom'-she pleases to'be Jier She makes her own-ae.cisions" concern- ing- every She stays out late she is so inclined; Without first making certain'that no. one' else will.mind. no offensive or defensive on eith- r side. Sir tc find t and Alberta'- it was the tariff, and in British .Columbia, the Oriental labor .-.'Issue. ir Wilfrid Laurier' recognized, as out. jrTom all accounts both were satisfied. in British Sir Wilfrid told the people plainly that, .they were favored, _or the would not have -passed it did. Lemieux Act is a. splendid Compulsory arbitration would in Journal's' opinion be an ?d- T-ance upon it; but the Lemieux let is next -best. ay olliers done, .that he was 'WTOaS m, attiitide on the Qrien- by many people of and showed them that West on several matters, and one of Ws of settling the question was t-ha objects of his trip was to give to Itile better wa-v' aad pointed out to toe peooie" first hand his views on proof that was plainly to be j matters. Trv doing so 'be was rigjlt in tileir not 5n any way on the defsasive. In the boundary "issue it was simply mstter of sr.atin? nis of the case. Premier Roblin had rried to b.v lor the of the is on .the Federal government. As Prime Minister' he is responsi- ble for the actions of his government, it is his duty to tell the. people what is ias been -done, t also to tel1 Mr Willison walks across a -bouTe- has -been seeded down up before toe beak. .Viiss" upon the -program, she has a large estate, She is a leading acress, her saiarv is i .1 Oh. yes, she has a husband, but I can't tell you why. PHILOSOPHY. (Atchison. Kan.. Globe.) Some men can't'have a good time on an excursion unless thev "have" a laere is one fortunate thing about a woman losing book: the Joss is not great. When you decide more taan once not to do a thing, it-is a shre-'signf that you will do it sooner or later.; _ Another person's "secret'is'like an- other person's you are not as careful with it as you are with your own. A man who keeps his mouth shut, and is reasonably iBlustrious, will get along: if be adds a little politeness and fairness, and good habits, and educates himself as he goes' along-, he will become famous and rich. Debs HooseveU. TV "Teddy: OS. Ezra, dear Ezra'. -P opponents of ting -80 awfully curious Do 'tell u tbo government candidates for oppos- what jobs you were offered t0 kee yet no reason oas I you in line. And do tell us who mad Stop At The Window With The Red stunning; line of Wil- t.hein? Shaving Powder, Toilet' Soaps Tooth why we say Stop At Tht The Duke of Wellington js said to ive declared that the important thing in war is to know what is going on -behind the hill. The hill is also important in -business and in' social life, THE LETTER BOX ceen given. The people of Gleichen trill not al- persoual j the offers. his cow to .tie things like not co.nt. e trespasses on taese go around Jed Jennings Bryan is showing j places. as-much independence as Roosevelt, j _____ he is ..'going rather, The political situation in the Un- Of his right !.u'ed.' 'States ihis year gives premiss m .in.supnort of .a lot toeing the most for governor. .ties j long time. to see I g ah smashed to pieces in the.i good scrap, will watch tie contest Ucross tae line, with much Interest. are With The Red Target! Do It Today. THE BEB CROSS BEUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath Day and Night Phone 551 Night Bell he Picture Framtr' PROTECT BOULEVARDS Editor of the Herald: few days ago- your columns contained accounts of the prosecution of parties animals to "-TUU at large Over the city .boulevards. Permit me to -draiy the" attention. of the city police to the wanton de- struction of freshly seeded-boulevards on Harriett street; where the young grass is struggling for an existence. .No thought seems to be given to the expense entailed in making the city beautiful, for as fast as the grass cctaes up it is trodden down by ruth- less pedestrians who seem to delight in undoing what the city, is endeavor- ing to accomplish. Probablv a few es similar, to. those, ot last vear wa have some effect. Let the po- lice -Jrcp around occasionally and sec what is doing. Touts' truly, RESIDENT. For Sale, Snaps Finest Building Site in City for nice home on Diifferin t near Cavanah Avenue. 1 i For terms jippiy ag our office Seven Room Modern House Easy terms. acDuff and Burdett 700 handles it Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 COMPANY THE BEST FACTORIES' BEST PRODUCTS That is just what our floor represents. are offering exceptional values in Dining Epom Chairs and Extension Tables, in Early-'English, Golden Oak, Bullets and Dinner Wagons to match., The Standard Furniture Co. The Store of Quality Furniture QrabV Street, Opp. The Herald; PHONE 382 MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS. ANB BOILERMAKERS BARONESS BOAD. BBAWEB 3010 Extras for Beeves 32 H. P. Traction Engine 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 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Angles, 1 In. to 8 in., 30 ft. long. We have one large saw mill for sale cheap, 'complete or in part. New and Second Hand Engines -and Dynamos for sale cheap. Flitch Plates, 3-4 to 3-4x12 in. to 15 in.x30 ft. long. Rounds, Squares and Flats., Although Pincher City is on the main line of the Crow's XestVass Railway, and another railway is assured and the town is now busily engaged in a waterworks system, a Creek COP respondent says there is no room left for speculating in property there er.weeK cor- A new -town with two railways and a wafer works system being installed, and-not a good place for .investments! Wonder what he thinks investors arc-