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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The tothbridge Daily September 26, DAILY HERALD e STA. s i PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful Crabb Alberta, Canada ..A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Repc-rtorial, and News Dept 1052 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 i year, by mail fc montns, delivered___S2 00 j 5 .months, c-0 6 aionthSj by 1 month, delivered Y.Y.'.. 35c 3 months, by mail.......S5c .Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be Driven. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains .a. summary s of the news of the week, local and district, e 3 months, in advance___50c 6 months, in advance___75c The oldest Inscrance Office in the world pouttoKB AO. 1710 ;9io HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Canadian Branch; San Toronto, H. M. man who Jias no policy and no ap- peai, except that lie is a farmer. Farmers and townspeople alike will see tne advantage of electing E. H. -uuunsell to the legislature, They wan: to see a good progressive gov- ernment sustained. There seems to be .plenty of opin ions as to the commission form j eminent for cne city. Some admit mat they .have to do more thinking yet. i_t '____________________ is considerably lessened iu the' present case universal admis-j sion that the mau has to deal f with'it is probably the man in all Al-j oerta mosc capable of doing so. We' may be quite sure that when he does announce his programme it will be one to which opinion in Atbsrta will aaiiere. THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug Book. Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., B. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernle, B. Seal FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. C. Seattle Atchisoc. C.'aresholm O. L. Remedce. Grassy Dr. Diamond City Dr. D'Arc's Drug: Store, Medicine Hat L.-M. Northam Vancouver, B. World News Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown 4th St. Also en 3li C. P. FL trains. IT CANADIAN _ IS TALK in British and ARISTOCRACY. railed. The .p of Canada do not _ an ut vanaaa QO no: J. Canadian circles that Sir Henry any system of hereditary titles Feliatt -will .be made a -lord or something as a recognition of his gen- :.erous and .patriotic acc_ in taking a large company of the Queen's Own Tne best thing the electors of Mac- ieod and Gleicheu can do is to show Sir'ton that he is all right by voting jMaunsell and McArttur to seats in the legislature. Side Lights U'nen the people of. Southern Al- berta are too -busy 'to attend a fair, they are going some. The farmers around Magrath must be doins some tali work this fall. Tnose who did not go to the fair missed a good thing, for mere was certainly some class to the lair. There'always is, and this year s a little better than usual. Sundays Only. (New York Press.) husband's busi- ness keeps him out of- town all the week, i understand? .Mrs. he is at home on- ly one day; I call him my Sunday sup- plement. Mackenzie Bo well wants to who is taL'iing free trade- If ae stayed out west awhile he would tind a lot who are talking freer trade, course, it would -be impossible to mere misfit a great ;rants of land along with are advocatinS absolute TTAO No Chance. (Chicago Tribune.) .Truth, having -been crushed to. earth again, lay helpless. -what's the exclaimed iTuth. making no effort to rise. "I saan't try to get up untB. after the! election, j -can't .buck against a mil-' lion .campaign'lies." 75x125 ft. on Ashmead near London Road 7 room fully modern house on McDuff and Burdett. easy terms handles it. A very few good 10 acre Fruit Land Tracts left at our _._ Arrow Lake sub-division Freeman MacLeod Go. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 titles as was done in olden times. There is a sentiment in 'Canada ag- a. seiiu.iue.ut m 'uanaaa ae> over to -Great Britain at his amst titles of anv sort, and in the oncfo 7f u v- opinion pi a great many a man loses-' in esteem when he accepts a knight-1 expense. It is to be hoped thai: is no truth in the rumor. Can- ada- does- not want any hereditary ar- From Other Sanctums nooG. That, however, is not a sen-.- Over a nundfed years ago era! opinion. It is generally thought if a man has served his country! it is right that his sen-ices should' aristocracy, but when the Constitutional Act was passed in 1791 no -provision was made for one. The "people were against it then. 'thing at the union of Canada, in ISil, but again it Sport and' Morality. {Chicago Tribune.) TUere is much more than, a grain 'be recognized. So if the sovereign of trutil in the contention of a Mass- j Truah, Tugh. Trugh. (Life.) Tnere was a young artist named Hugh wnose pictures were Certainly trugh: he drew Aphrodite without any nite, And raised ouite a hullaballugh. A Better Way. (Pittsburg Post.) "How foolish to settle a million on a DuJce." 'When a girl could marry some nice, American man" and make him happy j handing him a ten-dollar 'bill'every. THE sees lit to confer a title on a man. An- j the most of Canadians see no objec- But they do object to the title to the sons or' nephews who done nothing to deserve them. WHERE ARE THE CROSSINGS? IS something radically j is not necessary to remark that the 1 city. A person .going out through I m'Ss should' be, 'but are not is Worth JLethibridge has fine cement i---------- on -both. sides of a large part j of. Westminster Road. They are wide and apparently well laid. jacmisetts voman that codducs to he: Jthier and more normal lives lor women.- The same may be said for men. The men and women wno take plenty of exercise in golf, tennis, swimming, baseball, or row- ing -will not-be as often-heard of, in Givorce courts as those whose leisure is spent in idleness. Healthy -bodies and clean minds go oftenest together. THE PARTING. Farewell, my dear: Although it break my neart, Tihe time is here you 'and' I inust .part. U.h, many a day ln storm and' sunny weather has been you and I together means are not lent. But that is' fry the worst, .such as has v i au.t.11 but of governments. Under our .present sys tem of party government, the leader of the party in power is the premier. Begone! Tis now September.' West, in New York World. assured he could i count on enough Liberal members of the house 'to give him 2. majority in calls for careful A Liberal cabinet broke up. and was succeeded by a Liberal Cabinet in which some of the old min- i the legislature The Lieutenant-bov- j :sters were keot and some were not" ftrnnr XC-ac TVIQrfm -t, __ I "t-.v, iiUL. ADVANCE CENSUS REPORTS. (Mew York- -Number of families owning ..phono- rapns, ernor was made aware of the wish of the majority of the members of the nouse, and had nothing else to do but call upon Mr. Sifton to form a govern- ment. He accepted the call and tuie government was formed. So, after all, there was nothing so very strange aoout the procedure. Under the cir- cumstances it .was the only possible thing to do, lor the Lieutenant-Gov- emor could not call Anything much more likely to give ot meQ worthless j reason aft le, 6. rise to heartburnings it would be dif- i ncult to devise, for, naturally, there! are strong men and influential men i among those who bad to .be left out.j iJimcult as the position would -be in ordinary circumstances, the difi- nftfiftT. i_, 1-J invalid promissory notes, THE BEST FACTORIES' BEST PEOBUCTS That is just what our floor represents. We are offering exceptional values in Dining Boom Chairs and Extension Tables, in Early English, Golden Oak Pruned Oak. Buffets and Dinner Wagons to match. The Standard Furniture Co. Store of Quality Furniture Crabb Street. "Opp. The Herald. of cities where taxes -are ,-_ upon a mac to ier cannot retain the sup-' rorm a government who could not have leader IOQg" in the house. And to dis- leaaer, and it is up to the members i solve the legislature and hold an el- s: OUR POINT "y little snowsL-urm tnat comes j ity. Sir V" ig makes the smile a little "Digger, j ernzaent pu'r. the the nominations take place! and Gleicheii. The can- i dictates are now on the last lap. There would ue no use electing Kiiey for he would only resign again in a little while as soon as something Happened that aid sot suit him. Maunsell is putting u'p a great cam- in and will