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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, ay. Sebtember 28, IYAH v USB .AI n A 1 From Other Sanctums ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening: at its office, Craib Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada ,A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIKECTOE AND EDITOR News Dept. 1052 and PHONE: Advertising Circulation Job. Depts. 1 .year, delivered 6 months, 3 months, month, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail ........S3.00 6 rnonthSi by 3 monies, by mall...... .S5c .Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new ami old must be 2iveu. WEEKLY HERALD', Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains m summarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in 3 inoaths, in advance___50c 6 months, in advance___75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Book Store, J. G. Robert- Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo-' Drag Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, IX L. lilcCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Cranbrook, B. Atchisoru L. Reiceeie. Grsssy Tugham. Diamond; D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, S. Wide News .Co. Brown 21S 4th St, Also on aU C. P. R. trains. Might Try Airdrie, Atta. (Chicago Where to hold the aviation meet Ayr, Scotland; Heavensville, Jnd.; Gal ena, ju.; Buenos Ayres; Fall River Mass.; Racine, York Mail Uppertract, W.. Vs.; Avis Mich.; Giidewell, Mo.; Highfalls, Windcave, Ky.; Wing, Ark.; Fli Mountain, N. Y.; Fly, Ga.; Fly, 0. Fly, Va.; Fly, while by all odds the best place for tne avaitors to se- lect in making their descent is Down ers Grove, 111. A Rap at Dick McBride. (Victoria, B. "C.. Times.) It is difficult to see -how a Premier wao has failed to evolve a land, set- tlement policy for s.. province; can as- Pire to be a leader in Dominion poli- JCS. A -A GOVERNMENT SUPPORTER !N THE LEGISLATURE. r CA5IPAIGN in Macleod support. Mr. Sifton has assur- merrily on, and as .the day of election approaches appears to I "vbe :getting .more lively. There are iio new features arising and the elec- is still a question ,of confidence, electors of Macleod, as he has of every other .'constituency there has 'been an election, that in matters of administration they will have justice and fair play regardless in: .Premier the selection a farmer in the government party or a farmer with no avowed party! affiliation :for the representative of j 'The opposition to the has no policy to submit and seeks to secure support -by say- 1 'ing .-that Mr. Patterson, -will siipjport government; when it suits him, i; i- JJttt that -does not appeal to either .'.'tne independent or the party voter. r. Maunsell will do the same thing, of what ;taey 'dp 'at the polls. -'.Bat Mr. Patterson, being "-elected in oppo- sition-to-the government, must ally with the opposition in matters legislation. If he should be elect- ed to ..represent the constituency of MHner's Opinion of Botha. (Winnipeg. Free Press.) remarkable tribute to Premier iotha by Lprd .Milner couple of ears ago in Ottawa'is'Tecalled -by .the Journal of that iier Botha had just made a severe.at- tack on Lord Milner in the Trans- vaal Legislature.' Lord >iilner. on be- ing asked in Ottawa what his opinion of Botba was. replied that he was a honest and able man. and the test possible practicable Pre- mier of the AS the Jour- r truly says, no man -could be a 'bet- ter judge-of the case. The judgment pronounced is honorable in the high- est degree to both Milaer.and Boiba, by the latest reports, contem- plates resigning the South African Chinese merchant-was seated next to I me, watching the" procedure with -an impassive lace. The Englishman caught his eye, and said: "They no ,safoe pointing to the girls. "They tink me alle same clazy. What you To which, the mer- chant replied in -perfect English: "I would not exactly call you crazy, sir, but your mfnd certainly seems t bo somewnat affected." Englishman'did not know that the Chinese a graduate of A. Hart, in Bohem- ian Magazine. THE LETTER BOX A PROTESf AND A SUGGESTION editor or the Herald: your report of the legal pro- eeenngs in -the Purdy embroglio yes: eraay, you speak of ".Mrs. Margaret 'iray, of Grace street." Now, there s no such person or persons as ibe 's Jiviug on Grace street. All he inhabitants of Grace streat being moral and; law abiding, do not wet the society of.such people at all. As matter of fact, tbe Purdy shad: i? almost in front of and only one or vo hundred feet from Daisy A'ariin's n Edwards street. Th-o residents'of Grace street, Park- view, and Anderson streets, are be- coming somewliat icipalient for ihe: installation of toe street mail deliv-j ery promised six xuonths ago. Walt- ing one and a half miles to and from the post .office, every day for their ;niail, for the many nen- settlors who nave come in this year, becomes ratb- er tiresome and monotonous alter a And' if.rftis service la to be Get ready for the very last big excursion to the Wonderful Fruit Lands on the Arrow Lakes If you doubt the quality of fruit grown, call at our office for a It will convince you Very last excursion this season Sunday a.m. October 2nd For full particulars apply Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 tremiership rather than form a cahin- much longer Delayed, then I would re et of extremists. IN PLAIN EMGLISH (Chicago Macleoc, he must accept that position; _ J.L, 4.S I i-ochinvar is the story of. a. .young So by. next man of-tliat Jiame in" the west. He -had a good horse, he rode up one evening, to "the .home, of a young Jady to -whom he'.'had been-pay- ing attentions. Her .father, did not approve of him, and, consequently .it spectively suggest that Uio city-should at once extend tae elec- tric -light to Victoria Park and Grace street, as it is under contract to do brgo back to his opposition to the gov- Deeame necessary for him to get her eminent, and thereby turn 'down the to The famHy wsrs: at dinser inen who supported -him. This a witb- soine guests when Mr. Locbinvar 'l_ J. f JJiCH-LU the precedes of every otH.jcnttnnil emin supported -him. This is a very important matter in securing leg- islation, llr. Maunsell has outlined a platform', for the betterraent of agri- Elected a sov- rode up to the. door. He called, the young lady up her on- the sad- dle in front of him, then rode away pretty fast. The old -gentleman shout eminent supporter, h _ addition to this, -Mr. MaunseU sympathy of the government rn Ms p have "the ed witl1 rase and got out his 'best sad horse. _ Several others joined in tne -pursuit, :but Mr. Lochinvar had a nag, that had taken ribbon at every county fair in that part of _ iv vvlv.-.rae state. Have to depend upon the opposition forcing for a representative at EdmontonJ "Tne-v'll follow .us fast but they'll will -have the support of the govern- -mem. while Mr. Patterson, being el- ected, in 'opposition to the government The legislative part .'of tne work'orthe legislature is very im- portant- and the electors of Macleod "teat support, but was I would do weU to consider it -when vot- PROTECTION OF RAILWAY'RIGHTS OF T the ether day Judge Maiee, chairman of the Jaoard of Commission- ers7 said'some plain things concern- ing the Mlling of cattle by trains. The destruction of cattle 'by trains has always ,-been a prolific source of trou- ble 'between the companies and the people: particularly tie farmers. The .companies have frequently complain- ed that- the charges made against them. miles of country, where there was no sign." of :a fence on the and waere there .were liorses and cattle on" the adjacent land on both siaes. -if the railway companies do not observe the Iar.v, tJie result will be tnat driven to the enactment of extreme legislation, such as has -been enacted in some of the American, states." ,'i'nere is no doubt -but what more closely defined legislation on the mat- have, to go-some to catch said Mr. Loaainvar. The- pursuit was ,una vail- ing. L-ochiRvar -si q uently were to, her par- ents. Side Lights estrians may'enjoy the advantage of tnem during.the shortening days and lengthening nights of the approaching winter. it has been foonrt that there is a direct .connection phy- sical light and moral conduct, the one conducing -to the other. So, as an incentive "to "the morality of the peo- ple settled around and beyond the SI of- rat Gardens, to say nothing about aestnetic considerations, the city is immediately concerned. ARGUS. the matter have been unfair and im- ter is'necessary. railwavs should {rallPft' .rtl- r-mnrt oe made to carry out the .law as it applies to tlrfm in the way of fenc- ing their rigats.of way, and providin for, and have tried to place the oiame on the owners -of the cattle. But Judge -Vlaljee. who can be consider ed as a. close and fair student of the situation, -does not uphold their con- uon. He said: "Uurlng the months I have, ridden on trains through hundreds of An; Unfortunate Vacancy. -Elizabeth, jnst six, had 'been goin to .kindergarten and enjoyed very much motion songs taugh there. She was very enthusiastic a learning air the words, but one da: she realized that try as she might she could not make her- voice harmonize those of. the ocher children. Thor cattle guards that will fceep cattle off I disheartened, she ran home to the tracK. Theirs pro- perty .and they shpuld. -be required to protect it as- such 'and made to, pay severe penalties if they do not. T i HE COUNCIL SHOULD CO-OPERATE. CITY COUNCIL should take Lo grant the privileges to the C. up the matter of the removal of tne C. P. JL train, crews from L-etaDncige, and if possible prevent tnat proposed action 'by the company. is -every reason to believe Thai ueneral Superintendent Price is sin- cere in Jiis statement that ,ne will hold to any understanding that may have "been arrived at between the city and tne C. P. n. officials it trie time ihe agreement was made sora-j year? ago Tvith respect to the closing of Round street, and tbe exemption of the com- pany's yards from taxitin. IE the company's proposed Is in vio- lation of the understanding of that time under which the ratepayers vot- R., there is no doubt but what the company will rescind the order and Keep to.the agreement. It is, then, tne duty of the council to cooperate with the business men have tak- en the matter up, and use every means to show the company wh.er-2 they are violating the understanding of that time. A statement from the officials of the company, coupled with tnose of the civic authorities who con- ducted the negotianons should be en- ougn to make the case clear. But every point of evidence should be se- j cured and submitted to the C. P. R.. a-utaoritles under whose jurisdiction tne matter comes. her mother, and with s sigh said: "Oh, mamma, I don't know I snail do. ITm so full of words, but so empty of B. Allen, in Wo man's Home Companion.-''for Septem- oer. What Was Thought of Him. I once attended a 'banquet at which one of the ank a little too much sain shu, an exceedingly heady' liquid distilled from rice. There were in attendance two half-grown Chinese girls. 14 or 15 years old. one .playing the Chinese fid- dle, the other the tall Chinese drum. TBe Englishman, to amuse himself, be- gan'making hideous faces at them un- til he terrified the little creatures in- to silence. A handsome and dignified OUR POINT OF VIEW. Tne choice given the electors of Macleod is either a farmer who will fie in or a farmer who will be out. The only person tviio has raised a ..question of tbe constitutionality of the selection ot Mr. Sit'ton for Premier is Ji'. H. Riley, and he did not study the Canadian constitution before doing so. He studied only his own feelings. Tne disappointment E. K. Riley will have next Monday will fee worse than some ottters he has had, but rhe dif- ference will be that he will have noth- ing to resign. The bad men who come arouni Leth mage take big chances, as a treat) many of them get nabbed The1 numner of bad ones who have beer- caught in the city during the last year or so includes of the worse act- ors now in the prisons of this and oth- er provinces and states. The death of Lieutenani-Goremor eraser of Nova Scotia removes one of the best known men in tbe !ife of'Canafla. He KO. enviable re- putation as a political speaker, and as a, member of Parliament. Kis tenure of office as lieutenant-governor has added to his reputation as a leading man of the people. Regret at hisj oeath is general all over Canada, z well as in his own province of IBcotia. v province. 'J'ag Day, next Sunday, wij] afford the people tins city, an opportunity without having the .bother of seeking witnut having the "other of seeking oat Reserving cases. it is a good work and should be supported. wjien Roosevelt routs the stand- patters so completely, in their strong-1 isom. Xew Turk State, there is great nopes of a general cleaning-up all ov-' er the country. T.be ex-President' Knows what the people want and he is getting it for them. The electors or Macleod know bctb fremier Sirton and E. H. Maunsell well enough to know that they men in whom they can have tha ut- most confidence to do the right thing rcr their constituency and the whole ANY COUGHS, ANY COLDS, ANY 'SORE TMEOATS1 We want all these in ex- change for our special Syrup. MENTHOL COUGH BALSAM ts a quick ana sure relief for all such' trouble. Sold only by the THE RED CKOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath Day and Night Phone 655 Night Belt The Picture MR. GALLAGHER'S SIDE OF CASE Editor of the H-erald: beg your attention to an article whici apoeirei in a re- cent issue of your under the heading "Was committed for trial on :nree which I was my- self concerned. was fLav.-wed with a- fair amount" of truth .it would, no doubt be interesting to the public, but, as it is, that "part of it wliich is not exaggerated, Is utterly false and, truthless. In regard to the commitment, I might say that It was at the request of my solicitor to'-have the matter tak- en before a judge, otherwise, no' doubt, the case would aavo been dealt with by a justice of the pewe. further, it says I got cash for hor- ses that were not paid tor, of which! tne Mason Land Co. neld a lien note. This I will say contains no tzTitk what- ever, .because I bougat the horses from another man, witlf the agreement that i was to assinne -'an- outstanding debt, but ignorant'of the fact that it was ,n any legal form. The negotiations' were to be transacted bank. Before the negotiations were, put through I had tradsd the horses off for another team, TA'hicft. I add, I still have. in my pos Very shortly :after this- deal the .pa- pers came -to'the bank'in the form a lien note. it is, therefore, plain "be seen that there vn onnectton with That. Again, it says taat.thronah ray.Jaw- 1 made an excuse of having r. ]aroe eal estate transaction pending, intend ng to meet the cheques with the re- i aired amount of .cash. This I will i ay-.is far from being the truth, for the j imple reason that-I have never yet ad occasion to make an assertion of any, kind. I -will say tbat my lawyer YI asked an adjournment of ray csse ior one week on the grounds that in the event of the sale of a certain piece of property, the amount of money in question would be handed into court for consideration. It goes on f> state that -directly af- ter making rer.'aiu purchases that I hied myself fW Spokane. In regard to this I migkt say that I was around (Jalgary lor some three weeks sub- sequent to the. Mme that I made those purchases. It ends up by saying that I was csp-- tured by Sergt, Wade. As a matter of fact, I was arrested by Uox, of the police, and was ;neid in custody, awaiting the of Sergt. Wade. I in conclusion, I that 1 answer tiiat charge, i: win throw a different light on, riie sub- ject. amendment of a few of -.hose ridiculous remarks not onl-' Jige me, but do your no Harm, in view 01' the 'act that it not only concerns me, but casts a re- nection on mv iriends and re.'ai.ions in this vicinity. ser- vant, JAS. A. GALLAGHJ2R. COMPANY Have Moved To Phone 1291 Box 1979 Stock Just Received at the HOffiDE OF QUALITY 324 Crabb Street silk and relour Don't forget the Great Combine "Quality and urnitere Co. [RON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHIXKTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND" BOILERMAKERS; PHONE 332 DRAWER 3010 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red Shpet Rubber Crazy to Get Out. (Canadian Courier.) Harry Thaw wants ,his liberty. He was saved by .the insanity plea, and jis said to be'just to gain'free- Steam Cniages, Injectors, Safety Valves, I Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power BoblS Armstrong Engine. A We have one large saw mill for sale complete V in part for description and prices. PINCHER CITY If you have some capital that you have worked for and wane t and let us tell you. about the prospects of Pincher City.' If you are i CaU a free trip there, so you can personally investigate its enough} ff than-any reports you have heard so far. Don't delay 211, find tbe ProsPects far better the "prices are 'advanced. and be in a position to invest before PHONE 1425 CO. ;