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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Daily HeralfrcTuesfriy, September LETH8R1DGE DAIIT HERALD ESTABLISHED Published oy the Lethbridge Herald Publishing- Co., Ltd., every lawful eveoing'at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada A. MAXAGLVG JJIKECTOB .AND EDITOR Editorial, ;Reportorial, and !News Dept- 1052 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Dcpts. upon Messrs. Patterson" next Monday. and DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES -1 year, delivered-----., i year, by mail G moutiis, delivered.....S2.-00 I ,v L 3 mouths; 6 months> mai1 1 month, delivered .___-.. 35c j 3 by mail.......SSc Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summary s of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in i 3 months, in advance 50c ,6 advance ..'75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Pec- 'v.ples Drug Store, Co., R. W. -Hamilton. Pfncher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL Crahbrook, 3, AtcfcisoE. L. Eeicecke. T.ugham. Diamond. D'Arc's Store, Medicine 3VL Northam B. Wide News Co. Brown Also bn.alt'C. P. R. trains. it is to -be hoped that since .the pub- lic works department or the city go v- eminent nas got started making cross- that they win make a complete job or it. Tne hear.t-rentiing prayer of both ratterson and Kite? might well S5 for deliverance from their friends. They are proving an awful handicap. Alberta will be at the -Dry Farming Congress in 1'ulllorce. The city of will where all the good, prosperous looking people have come from. pins. They will wear Alberta .Because a town In South Dakota sank dawn into a mine is no reason for alarm that Letiibridge .will drop into tne Gait mine galleries. There occasion for any nervousness. A railroad so that every farmer can get to his marKet-aiid back the same day, is the railroad policy of the Sif- ten government. That is something lor everybody -to-support. J ucfging from the ;platfonn he has made, Air. Patterson certainly is not a carpenter, nor does he show aay 1 signs of being a cabinet-maker', He I cannot appeal to those classes on com- mon ground.. 'in reality he only looks like'a little ass. I. fellows see mat now, andv you very seldom see any but a regular-'stopper' smoking nowadays. Boys who want'-to run well and do well in games, as well as at their work, are not quite such fools as to suck such cheap cigarettes which they know are poison, and can do a lot of harm to their heart and wind." j Side Lights Drtams Coming True. (Toronto Globe j The Grand Trunk Pacific is hauling grain .to the .head of the lakes arid storing it iii" 'the biggest elevator in the world. Seven years ago the G. r. p., was but a dream, and not a very distinct one. WAS THERE AN TKLE OUTCOME of the controversy _ General Superintendent Price the 'business men. of .Letirbridge and the C. P. R. .regard to the removal, of some train crews from to. Cranlbrook Medicine Hat and running some .engines to Macleod .thing- alone and that is whether or .not, at .the tixae the agreement--was .made with, the C. P. R. .in 1905, the people were induced, to vote for the Dyrlaw -which exempted the C. P. 'H.; from taxation, allowed7 it ,to Round street and gave other j privileges., or any promises made fey; C. P. H." officials that 'Letbibri-dge was the terminal divisional point From Other Sanctums informed the >Leth.bridge of Trade tnat "if they could show that in addition to the agreement anything was implied or said .by representatives of the" company that led people to 'believe the C. P. R. would, maintain as a passenger divisional point for all' time, he would rescind the order given for their removal .-.Tile -city solicitor and others who Coleman's Coming Mayor. (Colemaa Miner.) Tnere is only one candidate for may- or. That is sufficient, as the candi- date is an ideal candidate: His com- ing Mayor Caine-ron. Use Lots of Jnk, (Stratford Beacon.) Mayor of Kegina gave the mem- Tommy Said No. "So you took dinner at Willie Stout's said Tommy's mother to Tom- my. Tommy nodded. "I continued the'paternal parent, "that waen it came to the extra helpings; youihad manners enough to "say "Yes, he murmured, "I said- several times." Ma regarded him skeptically. "You she pressed. "Yes, be whispered, "Mrs. Stuot kept asking me if I'd had Where -Abraham Fished. (London Globe.) Mrs. Victoria de Bunsen in "Tne Soul of a re lates a legend con- cerning Abraham, which will 'be hew to many .readers. She learned of it at fedeson, the traditional Or'xJt tne cnaldees: She co statements insmua.Vms.. There has never been been thrust upon them toy the authorit-; anyone wno Has ever -been able to les. It will ibe seen next Monday that {show where the federal ,or even thei tne people of Macleod want Mr. Maun- provincial authorities had .anything sell more than they do Mr, Patterson, j to do with tiie nomination and candi- They know- that he was not nominated I aature of Mr. Maunsell. As for Mr. nor was bis nomination urged Dy aay j -Mannseii's leases, they are no (better, tout the people of his own constituency j no greater or obtained under any of Macleod; 'j more advantageous terms than those I'jiat is the whole Patterson plat- obtained by anyone else, whether he be lonn from the positive standpoint, j a supporter or opponent of the gov- Any .candidate would have a difficult, j eminent, if the land is available for task to stand upon nuch a flimsy.strue-1 leasing, the man gets it who fulfils turg, A platform such as that should j tiie -conditions of the regulations, not ap-oeal in the slightest to an iu-jwnicb. are the same for teiligent electorate such as. Air. Maunseli. ivir. Patterson, or the in Macleod. "rarmer" wJio built up this splendid first plank in the negative plat- lorm alleges that "Mr Maunsell as a upon. piatrorm for Mr. Patterson to stand OUR POINT OF VIEW Tag Day is coming. Gatner to- gether a gooTi sum of money to hand out to the collectors on Sunday. nncner Creek threshers are turn- Ing out over' thirty -bushels of wheat! cmcts. We would earnestly advise them to stay away, tor their own saKes and ours. Tiie fellow wno writes those "plain talks to the electors of Gleknen" lor to the acre. That looks good for jE. H. Kiiey is doing great service for Mr. Hltey's opponent, J. A. McArthur. j it is poor stutr for'an intelligent elect- Tnat gang or seems to -be orate to taKs as tne best there is to working their way steadily west. They SUpp0rt alr- KUejv will run up a.-gainst something like the real thing it they try any of Uieirj wnar, happened to the Nationals at arouad Chicr 'Gillespie't pro-' New Westminster wlli Toe duplicated On (Winnipeg Pree Press.) Practically a .year has. 'elapsed since the provincial elections in Brit ish Co'lum'bia. On that occasion Pre mier McBride was elected for two con stituencies, I'ale and Victoria; and Be still continues to sit for 'both con- stituencies.' it will >be remembered toat the Conservative party in the House of Commons, led by J. D. Tay- lor, of New Westminster, made 'quite a fnss because Sir Wilfrid Laurier neld the Ottawa seat as well as that for Quebec East, tout' baby safely nome" -.1 PECULIAR AND PERTINENT. 'ihe advantages, of an electrical hovel over a steam shovel have re- ently been .showing that herever electricity is available at moderate rates, the electrical shovel s much to be preferred. York -City manufactures more tur goods than all of the other, cities of the country together. It keepei about .persons .employed in th-e industry., and its output for the last year is .valued at British East Africa has a popula- tion at Of this numoer only about 1800 to 2000 are wnite. Indians and Arabs are put vn at to and all the rest are members oC the various na- tive 'tribes. We don't care much for smart men; tne re Is so mu-ch difference of opin- ion as to who is smart and who is not. But we always admire a polite man; there can 'be no bogus polite- ness. Politeness is politeness, whet-h er it is assumed or natural. Some men have 'become infatuated with actresses and soprana singers in who have diverced tntee or Tour husroiijis, and "wlio some- times have love affairs without the rdrmaiity of divorce afterward. We could no more -become infatuated with such a woman tlian .we become infatuated with a milch cow with her 'rourth call. COMPANY To Phone 1291 Box 1979 Stock Just Received at the HOiVIE OF QUALITY Street., 3 and 5 piece Parlor Suites. Mahogany, with silk and velbur uphblsterings. Dining Room Oak .a specialty; Early English and Golden Oak, large variety. Bedroom Suites and Chiffoniers, Mahogany, Golden Oak and Golden Elm, Imnerial Oak., a very large assortment to choose from. Carpets'and Rugs of all kinds, Axminster, Velvet and Tapestry, in all Oriental and other designs. We have made a special selection this season from the best factories only of furniture suitable to our customers' tastes. Come and see our new stock, replete with all the latest and most beautiful de- signs and -the most up-to-date styles. c Don't forget the Great Combine "Quality and Economic." Lethbri Co. [RON AND -BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND-BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWEE 3010 We have just received a-large shipment of Int. .Red Sheet Rubber, Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing, Gaskets, and Valve Stem Packing. t Steam Ghiages, Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almust fiew, 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Engine. A We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in part, Write for description and prices. P1NCHER CITY If you have some capital that you have worked for, and want to start it working for you, call around us1 tell you about the prospects of Pincher City.' If you are interested enough, we will give yo.u a free trip there: so you can personally investigate its prospects. You will find the prospects far better than any reports you have heard so far. Don't delay investigating, and be In a position to invest before iu6 privoo sic advanced. J PHGNE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK 'A ;