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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbrMge Pally Herald; 'Friday, September 1ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f aTAOUieMElD ___.. by the Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., erery lawful its office, Strett, Lethbridgt, Alberta, Canada _ DiBEOTOE PHONE: Advertising -Circulation and Job, Oepts. OUR POINT OF VIEW. No one lias yet shown any good rea- son why the Macleod electors should turn down the Slfton government. and News Depi 1052 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, 1 year, by mail 6 months, j e v... si 3- months, 6 montllSt b> I month, delivered.......35c 3 months, by mail......-S5c Addresses "changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD .Published every Wednesday in eight or pages, and ooataina s, summarys of the news of the week, local and "district. 1 year, in ad-vanoe S, months, in advance 50c months, in advance___75c j THE DAI LY HERALD AT Atchisozi. L. Keinecie. Grasty Xugharn. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, S. Wide Xews ,Co, Brown 319..4th.St. Also on ail C. P. R- trains. if the Macleod electors want a good, sale, 'progressive g-oVernmeat, they must vote for AiaunseH aojdt- the Sifton government. similar to that in use the Canadian railways., Tho London, and Brighton line is the only line reported to be using the system, and they are find- ing It satisfactory, with such heavy passenger traffic as they have. In the bye-elections: it is-not a case of party -politics, but a choice between government and chaos, progress or stagnation. me record of the bank clearings f i grew -twenty thousand dollars this last 'week. "it" gro-M anl ke? From Other Sanctums Crqss Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Howl, Peo- -ples Drug Store. Mac I Co., R. W. Hamilton. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drus Book Co. Fwnie, B. v on growin A good rnany men home froir. Kayniond Fair a good deal richer ihan tney would have if that big matched norse race had been ran. Sowing the Seeds' of Thrift. (Chicago Tribune.) TUe silver dollar which ilr. Rocke- feller, .gave to r.n (Xiio boy .because tne latter had given the oil man a bunch of flowers has put to a use which the donor must heartily ap- prove. A grocer wished to exhibit it in .his window as au jand has lent it to him, get- ting therefrom 10 cents an hour. Doubling one's capital ia day is all that even a man of .Mr. Rockefel- ler's wealth could ask. It was worth, giving him a dollar for him to see how, well jiis example and precepts for' the young have borne fruit. i i The free trade.germ'thafhas inva-d-j ed. the. west is.' the pro- tection advocates some little trouble oeiore it is eradicated Wfien a real pood apale is as close to us as Crnnirook. the pie of Southern Alberta. have A D'ESERViNG MONUMENT. as soon .2.5 she could get away she some thirty miles ihrough the 5ms bean easctefi sag, memofj of Second, eke heroine of JDeia. 3fo oae in Canadian evar served -the country bet- ten to opportunity than did 4cShe. -She-saved her husband's life at: 'battle of Queeustown Heights ".'in 18S3, sad tire year performed taie that has made her name- Canada is-not an-old nation, as the to every student of Canadian histories of nations go. but. she has in proportion, to time and population a iong list of heroes and heroines. Ev- be-done -to treasure memory of those -inarch they-came to ,-the farmhouse- often lost their h'ves -jgeeord the of tliefrCcdmmunity. and. the '-.oSScers, and overheard jtfieir-country. rThe records of brav- in -which their Jery and sacrifice are the -part pf'his- TO-ere otrtliiied- She -wasnof Itory- th tiie ignorant Her to-ie, and, taMhg'in .Tiie ed Canada, ;wer-e invad- to surprise and'caspcore one section of the Canad-.; ians IB' -'-their to Canadian officer, and got-back again. The result was that instead of being captured, the Can- adians' the invading Ameri- cans, and the-whole army, greatly- outnumbered Can- nopes 01' getting near future. cheaper a'p'plesfin the iheir She'-was nof pory- tha't- is inspiring for the -youth. be kept bright 7 .c "TWE APPEAL that Robert is making 10 the el- 3Iacleod is to elect ie CANDIDATES. He- Trill 'by. this and by other means which he spoke of at, -.that time, endeavor to. promote 'the 'agricultural Oitiate..' -'He apparently has no -policyj :oatlined upon which to ask-she -port -He 'asks the vote for him because he is asks the town people to for-him as a. farmer because. the to-wn depends upon ihe farmer. fi'hati-is' all'he has. ills; opponent, E. H. Maunsell, is, rorturcatejj, :ia s. different position. too, farmer, and can ivith Ssod: grace -ask for the sup- iarmers and hs has more, Ee announced he first'took the field, that he farmers' can- (.education "of -the farmers of Alberta. ke jt-rhis chief aim -to fartli- 'good mefhods of farming. He -dcrliis'.'best to secure small ez- -where the farm- ers --see "for th-emselves the es- win be of value to r, MamselL has more; than these to -ap-peal to" the electors. j-tierpolicj-- of the In addition to he works out as his own '-policy. The main feature And still Ezra has riot come tfirough with that lisl of "he was ot- tered. Tiie electors of Gleichen will size up a bluHer 4ike him- about Oct- ober o. Tie Manufactm-ers Association pre- tends that it -will "not" pay -any atten- tion to the "free" trade movement in tne West, But'it is'safe 'betting that they will derote a whole lot'of atton- ion to it from now on. Tnere is a healthy -rivik-y sraoig Uie towns of Southern Alberta to see wMch-can ha-v'e Ray- mond lias .set a. mar.k keep som-s of "the-others-going, to beat. er people of''Macleod- Hon. 'Sif-ton -Tvell enough' to know that Signs of Growth, (Toronto Globe.) The opening of the city sohools dur-, ing-the past lew days "has dist-losedj tne tact that there are probably five mousand school children in this city wnoni there are at present no properly equipped school rooms. Tiiere are about thirty classes meet- ing in basements, sheds, moveable scnools, iialls, churches, while very many el-ass rooms are overcrowded, and in some districts children have" no scaool accommodation of any kind available at -the present moment. Tne overcrowding is naturally most markeH in the districts where new Ironies are being built most' rap- idly, but at the' same" time several of tne-down-town schools are' also over- crowded with pupils. FOR SALE Corner Cutbill and Charles, 77 x 144 ft. A snap at 75 x 142 ft. on Ashmead and London Road Easy terms ,s i Room modern house on Courtland. Every conven- ience in it Easy terms. The Sunday Despoiler. (Toronto' Xews.) An acute mental astigmatism af- he will do -what and when he says he trill :sive. Tgood government to the deal they kneiv he To-night those who have- a griev- ance against R. in thetmat- ter of-rates, company is not. doing taking some of its train crews from Leth-. brtdge, will meet their ca-se. ,K.-, all "attend" .who" -this" class 1 tnere will be a- large meeting. those persons who undervalue tne weekly'day of rest, and would frit- ter it aivay as .other nations have Gone. One has "only to cross the in- ternational .boundarv lice at some points to find, thousands of clerks and have been robbed of tneir Sun-day in_ order that capital 'may? reap -a larger return on its investment and that selfish pleasure-seekers pusue tiieir restlsss aciuse.meGts..' science subscribes''bh'e] value of one day's" rest' in seven -as! it does to the utility of otlier sanitary j regulations of the ancient Hebrews.! TJie nation __ that-, its ure pant away-' its own vital-' for pleas- Side LigKts A Bird in the He this the Hand. Woman's K is tint a man of the government is transporta j steal a lot tion. Roads and railroads and' fprMges" and culverts -where necessary to make these, form the had only sity for that. it in the right he IIP 1 f there was no neces If he had gone ut you .Then I guess I'll keep Bazaar. i. gf jtem platform of the Sif, tound some place ton government Careful, economical and progressive government in all de- partments 'is the whole policy --of the could goverament. A vote for Slaunsell means a vote for that can do things and get something accomplished.- A for Paterson is a vote for a man trees given him for without tne trouoie of if Cranbrook fair attains such suc- cess in two years what will- it be like in two or three more L "-The people Merely Resignation. A quiet, but sorrowful' mai, sat by the side -'of an automobile arajrn out of the road as a large tour-1" ing car came along, driven by a man! with -an interrogatory aspect. man in the touring car slowed up and I leaned over. j long have you been "Several hours." "can't you find out what is the ma't- terY" and it takes such fairs as they have OUOlJ J.CU..I O ao LliCV vUil I C to offer and no pow- t rfnTriw f er to in the .legisla- ture-if, he .did .have any policy. INCREASE THE BRITISH PREEE.RENCE, TAKZFF 3EFOBMERS of that .Canada's loy-aity is a. com- X "-Gseat- Britain and their Conser- friends in Canada are ar- is necessary in -Britain-jn- order that a preference may- given, to-the coloaies and re- tain their ;lbyalty. They profess to iook with alarm.' on. the movement for mercial commodity open to barter, shall -we wqnder if the unpleasant op- inion of us for party purposes eventually'takes root? There is undoubtedly, in Canada, a considerable demand for reductions in the present Canadian customs tar- An .agitation is [starting in Great Britain for the railways to adopt a bag gage checking and'jegistration system Ireer trade with the United States, as ttf That demand is not confined en if It i70uld work out against the in- tirely to the West, although naturally it is stronger there than anywhere, zerests of Bntain in Canada. loyalty is not of the This country has never" asked Britain for a, preference, nor will it do so so long as ir Wilfrid it, T-i. i ui iieer the Liberal party -have1 the of tbe fer. we government of Can-' ential tariff, on' British and the control of aaa. In. the Ottawa Free, Press, a leading 'liberal .come out in favor of increasing the British preference." In a'recent editorial, itjclans said: "How'it would confound those fel- Jows .who are trying to drag Canadian .loyalty "through the dirt'in-order to aid an. English, political party if Can- ada were'to increase the tariff pref- erence which-, she now sccords the Motherland. They are. telling the British -people that unless they allow themselves to further taxed in tne interests of else. One.of the principal methods 'by -maich-.tne government im- plemented Jts promise of freer trade entiai tariff, on British goods. It ;was" a masterly stroke.." It lowered the- tariff -and at the same -time it of the Kootenay have a great country f "-No." "inlet valve all "Yes.r> with spark "i'Mnk "'I'ires seem all ".Never better." "Well, maybe your vibrator isn't "ad- justed -mat's all right' "Have you looked at your carburet- torV" you tightened your connect- ing rod, examined your clutches, and gene over the "Yes. yes." The man in the touiing car-paused. the matter with that, machine I of i "Tnere isn't -anything the -mattef -this machine; but since noon-my jVile has -been ia that-, house .-over [tnere kissing her When she- -gets- ttirough; if you are not more than a- thousand miles and Tvill leave- your -ad- dress, I -will telegraph cabfe you glad Despatch. like -Sir. Carles Tupper dared Imperial in by an increase in the British pre- to, .say, 40 or 45 per cent. .___________........, Such a step vould go a long way -tne Canadian farmer, .the Empire -will 1toward satisfying: 'those who insist lose Canada to" the United States. -on a of the Customs -barriers and at tiie same time it Trould for ev- er silence that' most offensive libel our loyalty. It is to hoped that -when this tar- iff q-uestion is being discussed by the Stop At "The With The Red Target! It contains a stunrilng; line- of Wil- liams' Shaving Sticks, Talc Powder, cent, has fceea an.immense success'.' Toilet Soaps -Now there is a demand lor a. furth-l Tooth why we say er reduction in -the Canadian tariff A wny could it not be met in -the utQp At The RECENT SAYINGS IN THi That -preference tariff of per Of cpunse, it is a gross libel, but the statement Is being made so persis- tently.- great newspapers con- trolled -the reformers in Eng- land .that doubtless" many readers are it. men of high standing of Sir 3ames. Whitney, after falling, in- to the clutches of' such -sociaHy and personages' "'as; rrortbclfffe. confirm "tiie-gugges-jsoju'tidn "cf as- -tile- _ jjeiwjit of Prime Minister's feoent-itoaro'L the West, the increase of "tiie ;BrttJsh'prefei'ence will be care- y as at 'least a partial Today. THE KEB CROSS BSUG BOOS CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Aeadia Block; Redpath pay and Ntght Phone- 55i Night Sell .Picture OLD LAND. Fitty-two is the age at which the in- tellectual faculties reach their cnlmin: ating Crewe. U'nere is only one sure big stick, and that is public Th'om- ag Dewar. in and emigration, our case stands blackest among all the great progressive civil- ized nations in the wyndtam, M. P. gardening has the secret of taking people out of themselves, for it gets tnem into touch with patient -it causes them to bow their -heads, to pause and Fal- mouta. it is an indelicate thing to ask the age of a man or -woman, and the ma- jority of persons who had attained a. certain age would prefer to be asked their religion ton. worst hindrances-'to "fee real progress of a school -is the-'mod-- examination, which-probably does than .to- develop ness, rum education, and spoil- F. Serge-ant, rreeman Lethbridge Hotel Block 'PKonel2t2 Phone 1291 Box 1979 THE BEST FACTOBEES' BEST PRODUCTS That Is just what our floor represents. We are offering exceptional, .values, in Dining Eoom Chairs and Extension in Early English, Golden Oak, Eumed .O.ak. Buffets and Dinner Waons to" The Standard Furniture Go. The Store of Quality Furniture Grahh Street. 'Opp. The .Herald. EBON AND BRASS BLACKSMITHS, ANJ3-BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BABONESS SOAB 3010 -K We have just received a large shipment of Int. Bed Sheet-Bubber, Inserted Asbestos, Water Lead and Valve Stem Packing. .._ .Steam G-uages, Safety Ycilves, Y Valves.. 1 Jenkins "Automatic Engine, .almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Armstrong Engine We have one large saw mill for sale complete" or in -part; Write for description and prices.- Although Pincher. City Is on the main line of-tbe Crop's Nest Pass Railway, and another railway is assured, and tie town., is now busily, engaged in installing a water works system, a Pincher .Cretek cor. says .there-is no room left for speculating in property there. f A new town with two railways and a water works system being installed, and not a good place for Wonder what he thinks investors are looking for, a gold mine with gold pieces at. reaay PrfONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;