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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letiibridge Uaily Herald, Saturday, September DAILY HERALD Oeee-MBeR -SOOT Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing; Co., Ltd., every lawful Hwang at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada .W; A. BO CHAN AN, MANAGING DIKECTDB AND EDITOR Edtitbrial, RcportonaF, and Mews Dept. 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and tlob. Depts. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i i year, by s> months, 3 months; delivered.....51.00 I delivered.......25C 6 months; by mail...... 3 months, by mail.......Soc changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be si i WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday eight or more pases, and con'sins a summary 3 of the news of the week, local and .district. l year in advance t 3 months, in advance 50c 6 months, in advance ____ 75c i THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT I OUR POINT OF VIEW. j And, by the way, what is .being don 1 about getting the voters' list "printed? Tnere is no doubt about the popu iarity of Governor Bulyea. He hat, ruimted the duties of his office well. As a man and as of ihe overnment, E. H. Maimsell has a double claim on the sup-port of the electors 01" Macieod. Klley was offered two jobs that no one else would take at that particular time. And yet he considers that an effort was made to bribe him. Really, Kzra, you are a great joke. J udging from the success that Riley is having. Patterson in Macieod is snowing good sense in not trying to j make a case against tile government or the premier.' Red Cross Drug Store. J. G. Rob-erc- son Johnston Jack- ,son, Alexandra Koiel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Young Co., R. W. Hamilton. PJncher Creek S J. Mitchell D: L. McCrea. Westlake -Bros. Cardston Alberta Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Percy Beat Cranfarook, B. AtchisoEu L. Seicecke. Grassy Xugham. DJamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medfctne M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. trains. The electors of Macieod will elect a good, sound, safe man to sup-port a good, sound, safe government led by P. good, sound, safe premier. nor Biityoa is chosen to remain in that oince anotner term, no' one in j wiii object, except perhans I K. H. Riiey. j Side Lights r Would Be Soma Day. (Music and Drama.) Alexander, the celebrated actor-manager, had an en- counter with a London cabby not long Being in a hurry, he was abou to call a, taxi, when a ca-b pulled up Alexander snook his head. Air. G. shouted the driver 'you may 'ave no use for "osses now but you'll have to take one on the daj He went home in tnat hansom alter all. An Important Message. (Argonaut.) He had been making a night of it. fut had forsaken his companions. He acquainted with an undertaker amed George, and decided at -three 'clock in the -morning that he must this particular-man. According- he found George's undertaking es ta-Diishment, over which George had if. as rumor says, Lieutenant-Gover-1ais -apartments. The intox- icated young man rang and rang ueorge's tell, and at last awoke him. The undertaker put his head out of tne third storey Trindow. expecting to iind that his funeral services Instead he re- Tne short harvest in tfce northern IJ states has started-the rash to Canada a little earlier than usual. There i be tens of thousands of Americans cross the line to the prairie provinces this fall. HOW EY WAS auirod immediately. cognized -his Mend Frank. "Well, Air. nuey WHO liu- oiierea himself so highly I or of the pn> id that he had -been the presidency ibe II IS A certain Mr. Riiey who speaks of taat he said 'offered every position in the province! "that of lieutenant-governor, {to to tell -who and what.'he says.: that some member of the Ruth- .'errord government, name withheld. told him not to he a fool, as since the was offered As yet lias been able to snow what Premier Sifton has done or lefc undone anything thit would. j give any elector of Maclsod an' excuse for voting against the government. he exclaimed crossly, "what do you "I just wan' tell you, said ".tnat you are the lash man in tne world I wan' to do 'business with." nhe ssrstirto sow ;L" After Secinn Roosevelt. (Washington Post.) General ex-Congressman, was not a warlike spirit in spite of his title, once called a-t the White -House, and tried vainly to switch Mr. K-oosevelt from h''s talk about a -big or s D of surer -positions than becoming a i similar chances. Designation of .Ittr. Gushing there was minister, and have larger sal-] with or three Union a.vacancy.ia the cabinet. That Mr. janes attached than the deputy-speak-1. in Qt 'XUey took to be an offer of a cabin-1 which .carries with it the at of che del et position. Imense financial consideration of .82001 win iave reason to know that" TJIGE MT. .Rutherford offered him; i :tne deputj- speakership, with a hint that .something -better .might follow-, as Speaker Fisher. might get a sen- atorship. That deputy-speakership a great joke. Every member of the house was offered ic and no one ivanted It. And as to what should -xdllow, "tiiere seemed a good deal of uncertainty. And that was all. Mr. fti'ey led the people to .believe :im hs could there half arrnfi Edward's widow the title enso, and laying down his broken i Mother." a title which of the Transvaal, he .becomes' ier tnat. tnere should not be. state of affairs can be over- league that would give plenty of good come by getting the youth interested [practice and create a general interest in Tmblic speaking. It can be started j in public speaking. tfook of Church of England, was wasted. The title is now 'obsolete. would join in forminsr a debating {Documents, as well as in the Prayer f- up arms -against. Truly, a "led man, rout a man of parts landing: for it takes a strong mentality to meet failure and success PITCHFORKING PR5ME E. H. REILY, the into the position, either, as it was never looked upon with favor ner. and she has now expressed rne desire that she shall .be known only as Queen Alexandra. MK: .e calls "Plain talks to the by means of which he is trying to get their svmuathy and i to oj suppon. Slley on life's highway and good morrow to -both unmoved. I .had the pleasure of meeting this extraordinary man while in London in and found him not only ap- r.. ji. tne yusiuon. eitner, as; iz-e oprnzon or the average British m and round him not only ap- for Gieichen. is issuing what Riley alleges, when he says that I will be that Her Majesty has Proa-cnaole, but particularly ready to ne calls "Plain talks to the tue premier "may rail -nf acted wisely in so deciding. She has in all ranks. f see 1 Ui, J ___ _ j Him _ but he cer- atnelr hearts for so many c years as Alexandra, that any other So it says what is not true he I Alexandra '-we had the picture of a chief province coquetting he has "no party newspaper to stand by althougn ae must be aware tnat the Calgary Herald is supporting j Him with might and main. It 2ce of taaniy is a. party newspaper, for over two months i tne Tory organ of the province. j and pulling vires and -log-rolling as' "The first of Albena iaacillae politician might have! pitchlorked inio the position aone-" Mr- Heilly knows and j Ottawa influence, and it would seem 1'bod7 who folio-wed the situa-l irom manner in which his succes- at fcat -Mr. Sifton -did notj sor has been appointed that the in-: seek the position. He was averse to' tention Is to continue that same mode' taKinS it, and it was only when a "vf-procedure." Thus Mr. Riiey Elunber of the members of the lines his "chief complaint. But he the representatives of Coes not state the facts. He insisted on his talcing it Know that Mr. Rutherford was chosen He -was recognized as" the leader of the Liberal party by the Lib- Only Jnan could save the situa- eral Association of Alierta in open 'tlon- Uiat ne Anally consented. This! convention without any dictation Ms cali it cast from the direction -whatever from Ottawa. turough a majority of their re- known that the leader of the par'- in the house. What else .ty would ,be called uaon to form the could the lieutenant-governor do? "if government. Tfcere was no pitchfork-1tfle wanted Sifton, no other ing in that case! COUW command a majority, and majority no man could care- affairs of government, nor the people of the To say that the premier the or "log-rolled" to get it sr which a man who con himself fit to seek the should have refused to -become a be no longer "the Queen -but aoiaze with the order of the and the -two conversing familiarly ,he-' neath the roof of that hospitable man- sion, the Duke of Sutherland's, which And even if tiiere was M" Rile-'s f> a Position is all the worse." If he not now approve of the wav were done, why did he approve then' VVhy did he become a follower of the premier who was pitchforked into his position? TO be consistent with his .present statements and actions he lo under Mr. Rutherford's leader- ey nas new premier was not it that he is left at home. ANY COUGHS, AST COLDS, AIS'Y SOEE THROATS! We want all these in ex- change for our special Cough Syrup. MENTHOL COUGH BALSAM is a quick anc sure relief for all such trouble. Sold only by the THE RED CBOSS BKUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stort Acadia Block, Rcdpath St Day and Night Phone 551 Night Bel! Picture Framer' ranks second only to Buckingham Pal- ace. Quite near by stood Sir Wilfrid Laur ier, distinction written in every line of nis face and figure; and some waj tnat picture of the it may be added, the strongest trio in the great apartments that wonderful nignt. when the Colonials met togeth- er, guests of one of Britain's noblest peers, comes back to me here to-day in Cana-da. Tiie picture returns in gleams of pleasant memories: tbe great stair- aglow with beautiful airing hostess, the Countess of Clan- carty, standing half way up the stair, and the long lines of magnificently gowned and gorgeously jewelled wo- men of the beau monde, .bearing Eng- (land's proudest names, and the swell jof the music beating upon the air recoient of roses! Tnere 1 saw General Botha, and for! a single instant held his hand. Be-i side him stood a pretty buxom type of Dutch girlhood, his daughter it. was, who very shyly kept in r-hft back- ground of her more brilliant parent. Botna, "Bobs" and Laurier! I saw tue tnree standing together in the flrawinp; rooms of the Duke of Suth- erland in London just three and a .half, years ago. and it was "Lally Bernard" j coming down the stairs, .her lustrous filled wirh pride as she whisper- j ed: "Look .at Laurier: The Canadian grandest figure of them And it was even so. FOR SALE Corner Cutbill and Charles, 77 x 144 ft. A snap at 75 x 142 ft. on Ashmead and London Road Easy terms 7 Room modern house on Courtland. Every conven- ience in it. Easy terms. Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 THE< COMPANY Phone 1291 Box 1979 THE BEST FACTORIES' BEST PRODUCTS That is just wliat our'floor represents. TVe are offering exceptional values in Dining Soom-Chairs and Extension Tables, in Early. English, Golden Oak? Fumed Oak. and Dinner Wagons to match. The Standard Furnitiire Co. The Store of Quality Furniture Crabb Street, Opp. The Herald, Ji ridge Iron IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILEHMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS BOAP DRAWER 3010 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red Sheet Rubber Wire Inserted. Asbestos, .Water Packing, Lead Packing, Gaskets Ind V alve Stem Packing-. Steam Ghiages, Injectors. Safety Valves, Y Valves. I Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Engine. We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in mrt TIT -t JL Write for description and prices. Australians are cbilling rather than rreezing their beef for export, so that on the long voyage to Britain it mav ftavo a chance to ripen, the only way jonr beef eater likes his meat If you have some capital and tet us tell you about that you have -worked for. and want to star- it working fw the prospects of Pincher Citv. if "you are workmg for you, call around a free trip there, so you can personally investigate its prospects We Wl11 Sive you than you have heard so far. Don'.t delay investigating e ProsPects far better the prices are advanced. wufiaung, and be in a position to invest before PHONE 1425 CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;