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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IltHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PHONE: Editorial, Repprtorfai, and Oept. 1052 'DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES S months, delivered 5100 .1 month, delivered WEEKLY HERALD ff Co., Ltd., every lawful Street, Aiberia, Canada MAXAGLVG DIEECTOB AXD BDITOS PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 The Lctttbriflgc Daily Hei-aia.fMirsdaT. HOME OFFICE t LONDON, Sua BsildiM. imm increasing their acreage lifty per cent. '6 months, by mail 3 months, by mail S5c Red Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- eon, -.Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Young Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell THE DAILY HERALD FOR iALE.AT Westlalce Bros. Alberta Drue Book Co. Fernfe, B. Percy .Craribrook, B.. -Atchisoc. LTKeinecfce. Tugham. Diamond D'Arc'3 Drug. Store, Medicine AL Northam .Vancouver, B. -Wide News. Co. Brown 4th St., A fed-en au C. P. R. trains. POSTAL .FACILITIES JNIlNOBTJCiLETHBRlDGE. ;LetH Dridge are nmch disappointed a Ithe manner in which to be distributed in the city axe 'loc- at-eo. According- to. the list given by tne post office department there is no provision for any -boxes north of the lc.: They do not consider this _r "is "considered ,.that'there are pro-ba'bly five thousand -People living in that part of the city, that a very large amount of'-bnsV is done there. It'is __the, toe" department -is in "aooptinVtliaCac-" THE.-DIFFERENCE, E of Macleod Oiave only a, few more days in, which to make up their as to will rote-.nert Monday, -They npnivbut-.-tljere is no doubt -that some- thing jwiii, ,-ije done to provide sulta-We postal facilities for North Lethbridge, is the best answer the knockers can get. There is no dou'bt afcout it that the people of' Letfcbridge considered that tnis city would always be a divisional point for all traffic on the Crow's line -when they voted in favor of giv- ing privileges to the C. P. R. in return. Alter next Monday, Patterson feel at liberty ro accept re-election to ine presidency of the skating rink or the cricket -ciub.of Macieod. Be- ing member of the, legislature is be- yond him. Moines system, a comparison betwee the two systems will .be afforded Ai Oertans. L Side Lights Settled. old- world's, settling down again, coat of'tan is fading ceased to tell fish tales to men, .'mere's something else to talk about ;t Free Press. Premising. Get ready for the very last big excursion to the Wonderful Fruit Lands on the Arrow Lakes If-yourdoubt the quality of fruit grown, call at our office for a sample apple. It will convince vO" Very last excursion this season Yet the only reference to Mr. Gushing during-the-campaign, has oeen an attack on that gentleman. Rowley, of the Manufacturers Association, says that me farmers who oppose protection do not know the meaning of a protective tanrr. The fact is that the reason they are opposing it is that they know only too well what-it undertake to spend, ev- ery penny of it -Before to-morrow" morn A Discouraged Critic, "i'ou are constantly finding fault For full particulars apply Arrow Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 tiitUAUjSj iftUlU with our said the prominent From Other Sanctums some., time there has been talk establishing-a .branch post office 'there and it may be that the department in- tends to carry out Idea in the neaf "future. -Whether that is -the not "no one in the city is in a position, to say, but there is.no -doubt Wut .-w.ha.E something 'great stream of -that is Riv- en" 'If it 'be 'thai the'-Jormer spelling is according. to, nsage; the "ob- answer is that it is ;only the "Hud er- a; suf race' 30 times greater .than the numan A medical officer recently ".received the following- note- from a resident' in' his district: "Bear son Bay Company usage attest, and you that my child, that good reasons .for months, is tfrom a it usage required.'by. tne -Shies of the Boards convenience. Cieariv" thai to in i-ged eigh a Mail- conveniences "Clearly; spelling ofthe iiames of the '..bay and 1 the river should" be .assimilated, the only thin in this case the name'of the river is that -will teach most of us how reall 0V LB.T tllP-Tnrtro -mt__ As between the men, personally, there Iavors "having small experimental sta is nothing to rote Tipon. -Both are j dle. afferent parts of the pro- known and -highly esteemed citi- zens. But there is much choose. JttrsMaunsell ig before the electors supporter of the government." He expresses utmost .easy access of every far Mr. -Maunse-11 has given ptrblic i'Titterance on the platform and 'through press of s. other hand, Mr. Patterson nothing in the form of a' pol o- connaence in- the premier, in his abU- His statement to -the electors In .'Ms .public addresses he has sriven notnins more.: He has no policv and and ity, iis :integrity and his general poll- _more than a declaration cy. He reserves his right to have his ie 'wil1 to his -best, to serve the own opinions and to exercise 'his in as he -sees fit on the par-' issues of legislation, and ad-' minis.tration. that may -come up for consideration and decision from nine to time. He is in a position to de- vote ;a very large portion'of his time to the affairs of his constituency and the province. He has assured the that he will use his -time, en- ergy -and'a'bility for this purpose.' He fias opinions as to what is the foest for the people of.the province in gen- nothing to suggest or advo- cate. He says that he does not pro- pose to 'be in opposition to the govern- ment at.all times, .but he does not by far the-more convenient of the two. Will Watch-Us. {Edmonton "Journal.) idge citizens "are" "to'-'vote'very shortly on the ..Question .of their city, administration over" to the commissioner system, and" the rate- payers -will -be asked to'' Choose -bet- two different'commissioner -sys- tems, that of commissioners anointed by the council., teat "of commis- sioners elected by an- well off we Glotoe. .When a man" says he won't he doe not want to; when a woman, says-sh she..wants an irons: Press. sweraibie to them -and suoject to ree- caiL The negro on: occasion dispiays- tine discrimination in the choice oi woras. "W-ho's the best white washer in inquired-the new-resident "Ale Hall am a 'bo'n'd. a'tist with a whitewash -brass, sah." enswered the and _of Macleod constituency in paracuiar. He does not propose to toe a mere voting, machine, responding .unthinkingly to -the call of the govern- ment; -'While he has confidence in the premier and his he does not consider them infallible and seesrpossi-bilities of there 'being-honest opinion and he I3 pre- spared to -exercise his. Maunsell ibeUeves that'the wel- fare of "the province rests very largely on the (welfare of the farmer and has announced that he -will make'it his special duty to took after their- inter- ests, -jie is fuHy qualified'to do this engaged in tSe different say., -wherein -he agrees or disagree government. He does no give the electors an opportunity Knowing what he stands for. With no more than that to offer th People he cannot expect to have th support of an intelligent electoral The---people-want to know what..the are voting for as -well as whom the are supporting. A man must stam for something and show' that he ha spme...ideas, air: Patterson does nei -tnef.. ;The.electors of Macleod should havt no. difficulty in making their choice sir: 'JVJannseil stands for the support of a safe, progressive government pledged'to a careful admin- istration of- pubKc affairs. jn addi- tion he stands for a definite policy of nis own, -which he as a supporter of the government has good grounds for -Oeen engaged in tUe different 'Deiieving he can have -nut Branches or agriculture for "over' thirty fe Patron has in this province. The matter of education along agricultural lines 'he judges to be of great Paton has or anybody else's to submit in public policy. Maunsell is the Alberta will a .the Ury Farming Congress and Exposition that opens next Monday at Spokane." .fincher -Creek has.added its fair to jthe ilist.-of exhibitions ia "Aioerta, The. fall lairs ii "Southern Alberta show conclusively that this is a great country for good horses. Kooseveit has shawn the -bosses in the difference 'between be- ing- a .Doss and a leader. ._'JS. Js, ha.vine: 5. explaining how" he was not a party to tne way the A. W. railwA? deal through the legislature, Do the'electors of'.Maoteofl want the sirton government ,to carrv. on-tlie -bus- iness of; the It is J'or them to say so on Monday. is a fortune, awaiting the per- son who can invent some kind of stir- rup that -will make it impossible for a jrson to .'be dragged after -being UD- seated- fronr the saddle. Jellow McNully, to- for Mary DoJan. the author and murder committed. of- Three more men have found tnat it 3s a poor policy ,to monkey -with the police of this city. it takes a sharp one to get away with any de- predations here. A r great Seat or tne success which win attend the caring for the .poor in the city next winter will depend upon ifle success of Tag Day next Sunday tie 'prepared to Help. The jarm'ers of Southern Alberta have- ever-? -conficrenceir. tws coun- try as a winter wheat country and are The two -systems to be suomitted are the Edmonton system and the Des Moines system. So the only in Canada having "adopted -the "comrais- loner system of government, the fun- amental of which is that the council is a legislative body and that the commissioners .are an execu tive body, subject to.the'city.council's airecdon just about as deputy minis ters in a government are, suibject to the dictates of a cabinet council: The Des however. goes a long way beyond Edmonton. In that city the commissioners are elect- ed direct by the- ratepayers and are subject only to placed in orzice for a term of three-years, aismissahle at any time by a popular vote. Their actions 'are also subject at any time to the and any action of the-commissioners', may -colored patriarch, eloquen-tly. tell him to come down, and wnitewash my chicken house to-mor- row." Uncle Jacob shook his -head dubious-' ioe upset 'by a majority- vote of the ratepayers. Should Lethbridge adont "the-Des "Ah -don't believe, sah3 Ah'd. en- gage Ale Hall to whitewash a chicken nouse, "Why, didnt you say he was a good "Yes, sah. a powe'ful good white- washer, sah, but mighty queer about a chicken house, sah, mighty Human Lite. A young man returned to the coun- try village where he was -bom, af- ter naving successfully worked, his up to a desirable Government of- iice. "1 supose the people here, Thomas, have heard the honor that has been conierrea on he inquired COMPAQ Suite 115 Sherlock Building ".V .jO' Box .Stock Just Received'at the HOME OF Street. "Din'Parlpr Sui.tes' Mahogany, with silk and velour upholstering Bedroom ?flisl1 Oafe' variety. large assortment to choose from Oak and Elm, Imperial Oak, etc.; a very S2gns and the most styles. Wlth all the latest and most beautiful" de- Don't forget the Great.Combine "Quality and Economic.'' 7: e Standard Furniture Go. of his old friends. "Yes. they was the gratifvine COLDS, ANYSOUE THRO ATS 1.- We want: all these in ex-: change for our special Cough Syrup. MENTHOL COUGH BALSAM. is a quick ana sure relief for all such trouble 'Sold only by the THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Satisfactory Dfui .Aeadla Block, RedpA Day. and Night Ph lell said the man of fame, ageriy, -.wbat do they say about it don't say replied just laugh." iSt. Louis (jiobe-itemocrat. Cornelius 'V. Collins, the superinten- dent of New York's prisons, .said in i'l'roy of a discredited penologist: "He is as ignorant of Dea- con Smith was of religion....... vueacou -Smith, you know, once fce- n a religious lecture 'With these woras: ladies and gentlemen, there's tnree Johns mentioned in the Goo There's fustiy, John -the Evan second, Joim the Baptist, tnree, John "the ton Star. it doesn't take a brilliant man t in society. Optimism is sometimes due to'laclv f experience. Many a man gets stalled in -business ecause -he lacks borse sense. n the price you pay for it. cependj Iron Works Co., Ltd. [RON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESSOAD We have-just received a large shipm Wire Inserted Asbestos Water "Packing Valve Stem Packin. Tnt i i Steam G.uages, Injectors; Safety Valves, Y Valves. Uenkins Automatic- Engine, almost new. 1 250 Robb Armstrong Engine We large saw mill for sai: Write lor description and prices. arter a eai she discovers that she didn't some people of ieir ways, because ,.hoy insist on tdeir eyes on vonrs. P'NCHER CITY If you have some capital that you have, worked for am', want to and let us tell you aboutjthe prospects of Pincher City- K Z- working for you; call around a free trip there, so you.can personally .iut6rested enough, we will give yo.u than any reports you have heard so far! Don't far better b> De la a. iQyest, b f the prices are advanced. invest before PHONE 1425 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE 1 OTT BLOCK ;