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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 30.1S10. oy the Lethbridge Hessld Publishing: Co., Ltd. every lawful eveaiffigrat its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Caiiada W. A. MANAGING UIBEOTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial. Reporteriai, and Dept. 1052 L. 1 year, delivered .......S-i.OO 6 months, delivered .....52.00 3 months, 1 month, delivered.......35 c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 WEEKLY HERALD in advance 1 year, by mail 6 months, by mail......51.75 C months, by mail.......S5c but .50c Cross Druw Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. MztcheP D. L. McCrea. Bros. Dnis Book Co. Fernie, S. BoaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook, B. Atchisoc. L. Reinecke. Grassy Lake-rDr. T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc'a Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News-Co. Brown 2ia 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. trains. iii From Other Sanctums N_______________ _____________' i, r- All the Samee Tory. (Toronto Globe.) Tue new Toryism of the West is of even the party name. Th editor of the News "says the Conserv; Uves of tlie West are not really To but Progressives. Sir James the Delivery Man. (Toronto Telegram.) T.was a great moment in British his tory when Sir James Whitney went to the tradesmen's entrance ac Bucking ham Palace with a ''baskit" of peaches lor George V. Only Noits. (Bassano Xeffs.'i Anxious the dull rum We you speak or" was cot caused by dynamiting oa the irrigation dam south of -town. it was merely Mr. Kiiey, the ex-member for Gleichen, de- livering one of his campaign orations. A New Excuse. (Victoria. B. C... Times.) Dorter Caariton. the .youhg Amori- c.nn, who killed his wire in Italy, has :tn invincible defence. No "unwrit- ten law" or common "brain storm" plays any part in it. His troubles fare "constitutional inferiority." In the face of such complete justification jno jury -would ente'riain any suspicion i of his guilt if he decimated the un- ion. Uoe, but it's -tough, When you've woood the breeze Tnat come salt fresh From the restless seas. When you've .stretched out flat In a shady glen, Away ironi the madding munts of men, To have to come .'back From Nature's lap, To a crowded car And a sticky strap. uee, but it's tough w-hen you've loafed along, And got into tune With the summer song, And learned the pleasures Of plants and .bees speech of mountains speech of the trees, To wake in the morning And only hear call tor dividends clear. Free Press. HOW EUGENIE BECAME EMPRESS D WHAi DO THE MACLEOD ELECTORS WANT? and proved a capable business man to represent them in the provincial house or -business" Maunsell is 'the man. O THE of Macleod wane Premier Sifton to be in charge of the government of Alberta? They'must vote for Maun- it" they do. Do they -want -a continuation of clean, capable aad progressive gov- A vote for Maunsell says so. they want a retirn to the chaotic aas s conditions that 'before Prenv! he undertakes in the house? ler Sifton took office, and which hap Plaimse11 oal-T chance. Pat- i would- -be in tae opposition. Do they, that Premier Sif- Side Lights Frishtened Off. A Washington car conductor. born and still a Cockney, has Do they want a msn who stands "T, a has he was calling Do they want a representative whcj has the support of the government in' pily exist no longer? A vote for Pat- terson will help to bring "it about "Kay i" this means do they wish to en- i H MT Danger'the tinancial standin--" of the! the. prezmersaip Magaine. which, since Sifton assnm- j "f A ed office, has become stable and sound says so' once That is wiat a vote for 7 e see Slfton tnrn' Patterson, means. 7. "I understand the Frasers are hav- ing remarked the spinster. The author of the recently issued wort, Empress Eugenie: 1STO- has written the following let- er to the London Daily Telegraph: interesting and .pathetic ac- ount given by the Daily Telegraph or the Empress Eugenie's visit to Com Piegne on Sund last serves as a re- minder of 'a remarkable imperial chateau shortly before the marriage of Napoleon III. and .Eugenie de Montijo. The young lacty and her mother were the guests, with many others, of the Emperor, Fortoul, who died only a rortntght ago, was of the party, and, Being the wife of a minister, she nat- urally regarded 'herself as a personage of considerable importance. Madame cle Fortoul and many .other ladies of the newiy-formed Imperial court were very jealous of the attentions (bestow-; the two fair Spaniards by emperor, and sli-gted the younger lady whenever an opportunity offered. One evening Mile, -de Moatijo was .be- ing led into the dining room by M. de Tomongeon. one of the most promin- ient memoers of the court, when lames, pick- jprogres of thv stately procession was left the'car. momentarily checked. Immediately! in front of M. -de Toulongeon and Mile; cie -Montijo were Madame Fortoul and her cavalier. The escort of "the beau- 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 sample apple. It will convince you Very last excursion tfoia season Sunday For full particulars apply >W Lethbridge Hotel Block >ne 1212 streets thus: people take her part, and oth- ers side with him." supose." growled tie bache- ed out of office? A vote for Patter- son says as much. Jor. Do lmelr 031 A voteTr stray Dories. Do want a man who has made i Maunsell does that very tain a great success of his own -business i Vote for E. H. iiaunseJl. CATCHING MURDERERS. OJVlS OF THE AMERICAN anth- t Willed States within the past five you mean' to say he has drown you over, and you are doing nothing to prevent him? I don't, care! He is not ocities on catching criminals., pears. In New York City. I murderers in particular, hare that one-fourth of the murderers! Oeen -cxiticfeing Inspector Dew and [are never even apprehended. Scotland Yard for allowing Dr. Crip-; means that one out of every four mur-' pen TO set away from them after tbeylderers escapes -nunishbent from the iad Mm.once. But the fact is even arrest and -uaere was no -good reason known, The police savs a crt- hoiding: him, and when they found oat lie. fail to make cases irl, you don't he is worth until you.'have sued him for breach of promise nun. tnere -was it -did not long to catch j of those arrested and charged with murder. This means that half of the murderers escape without any punish- ment whatsoever. Of those that re- main only one-fifth are found guilty j and sentenced on either the first or' second degree murder charges. The remaining four-fifths are acquitted, re- leased because the juries disagree or because the accused plead guilty to manslaughter or assault and battery charges and escape -srith a few years" imprisonment. A few escape the pen alty by committing suicide, and about :Ih this connection a news item published no longer ago than this weefc shows just how much authority the criminal caterers of the United states have to criticize the actions of The item reads as Scotland Yard, lollows; Sept. 693 homicides In the -city of Chicago in the last four years, capital punishment -has been in- dicted in only two cases, and in only cases -was a life imprisonment sen- it's tough When you've been away, To nave to get up At the break of day: To snave in a rush, And eat in a hurry, Then take up the grind And the care and the worry Of maldng- money And- earning pay. Waen you've only just learned How to live and play. tiful Spaniard" contrived to get in of Madame un- Greatly incensed, i exclaimed aloud to her partner. "Are you going to allow taat woman to pass Mile, de deeply woun'ded by tfie offensive remark. into 1 tears. During dinner the Emperor S noticed her distressed condition, and saw that -she "ate little or nothing. At the earliest -possible moment he sought her out, and aslced very syni- pacneticaiiy what ailed her. ihle." de narrated what had adding that, after'such an insult, had resoveld upon leaving the chat- eau' on the following morning. OV6' To Phone 1291 Box 1979 :'pro-j P Emperor, wno had not 'hiCherti said, meaning tone, "Youl" must not tiring of going away. To? morrow I will convince you that in fut i ure no one will venture to insult you." He kept his wvnVand the next day made a. formal That he was "accepted" need not be It, is well imown that the had been in a state of indecision as to en- gaging himself to .Mile.. de Montijo. mainly owing to the persistent oppo- sition to such an alliance wiuch iie encountered from his relatives and tence imposed. This -was brought .the-same number, .are committed tola- out to-day in a letter from Chief of I stitutions for the insane.- There are Police Stewart to Corporation Counsel !so many convicted murderers at PEDDLERS iirundage, in which he urges the bar association -to some steps to in- crease the number of convictions for nomicide. the num'ber placed on the letter continues, "H4 were acquit- The entire number of convic- s was -but 132. Three hundred ted. tion in France to-day that a member of the! Chamber of Deputies is quoted as say- ing that tney ought to be branded with the letter "M" on 'the forehead so as to stigmatize them to the public in some way. A writer in the New York World claims that conditions in .-ths United States are even worse in this M.4. y fcv m LH'l" and thirty-three cases were disposed respect than thev are in France that" of witnont convictions. It is true also that a man who com- in fact, the punishment of murderers' in New York as well as in marv othor a murder in -New York has of the country- has become a cnances out of ten of getting away farce. And he proclaims: "The greaf SPniSlHaent the increase fa the number of so-called un- for his crime.. i solved murder mysteries in New Yorlc wen l is not a guess, but is a fact! within tlie past i ,Dy tbe "anniai report of the police, especially DepartffienE for 1909' the force' to come in for a Sood deal o says that cer.SUre. One hundred and fifteen n QI tne leading cities of the j no one has been punished go well together and they logether on Monday. stick- Taber was right up among die lead- make a bargain and ready to fix it up and adians to come alone he is all It may be that they will tease him a little fi ers in the fal! fair it put up. It is so as to get even for some teas'n- omy its second year, and yet it could done bv the other fel'ow 'n tit make some older fairs look small. m times past- The bank clearings did not go ahead this week, but backed up a little so as to get a good start for a big jump Watch them grow. ahead nest week. The way Chief Gillespie's force is gathering in the toughs that have bees doing as they liked in other places fo: a long time is something to remark about. The ancient, lime-worn question of grandfather's time "Who struck Billv will be asked on Monday night in Macleod, with the of the Christian name. The answer be tha-: a majority of votes struck him and knocked him out the business men and city J council meet SupL Price There are now -three lieutenant-gov- J aay evening fact and pie, en i uicije ui evi to be filled. Tbe political siiouid (be carefully marshalled gossips at Ottawa will have the time presentation. it }s of their lives making ail the appint zients ahead of the government for a matter or sufn. XTAEX" PENS may get shelter from the city license collector under the wing of an old rooster -who cares not whether his -tax-pay- ing barn-yard "'comrades get a legitimate look in or not, so long as the rake-off drops into the slot; 1 AND THE SAWBATH booster who thanks God that he is no: as other men are. and pays 'the printer a sum lor telling tiie people in his and God's name to keep off the grass of his scanctity, has his flaws. LEGISLATURE of our province does not com- pel DISPENSERS of booze to book their daiiy prescriptions and publish them, else the figures would be as the sands of the sea and the licking of chops which went dry -would be heard all over the land. LEADERS on this week's DARGAIN BASEMENT counter are Initial and .Sou- venir Stationery. Sheet :.Iu- sic and Cloth Bound along with the s-taple two for a quarter paper bound and the prices indicate that Diogenes has found us at last. ___ _ THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St Day and Night Phone 555' Nignt Bell Picture of his and most trust ed rncnds; and it: is ti'iUe possible tnat the occurreme of some suca 'out- rage" to his charmms guest as is detailed, was to make Irm see the propriety of dgtng 'the right tning." Jt is fair 10 add from the date of the actual his friends ceased to protest the marriage. >sTew Stock Just Received at tlie HOME OF QUALITY' 324 Crabb Street. ,.arior Wh silk and velour upholsterings te Dining Room Suites, Fumed Oak a specialty Earlv Sn-lish inri' Don't forget the Great Combine "Quality and Economic." FLATS PRODUCE INSANITY. (Chicago Tribune.) Flats and "booze" drive people in- sane and are among the causes prim- arily responsible for increase in the mentally deficient population of 'the This is according to an opinion, based on experience and study advanced by Dr. V. H. Podstata of Chicago, an authority on diseases of the mind, and who for. many years was connected with the state insti- tutions for the insane. Ur. Fodstata repudiates a theory urged by Dr. Forbes Winslow in Lon don to the effect that the insane will outnumber the sane within '40 years, but agrees that insanity is more fre- quent in recent years. The cramped existence -that flat and tenement buildings compel develops a nervous insanity never experienced by fathers several generations 'back who lived much in the open. The ev- oiution of civilization demands more rrom mental powers and asks little of the physical being. This -lack of fcal- j J ance produces Insanity. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Crime in the United Kingdom costs state about a. year. All over Europe farmers' associa- tions exist handling of farm products commercially. .Detroit people have organized a a Jean Vatican club to furnish assist- ance to paroled prisoners. The city of London corporation con- sists of the lord mayor, L'5 other alder- men and 206 common councillors. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWEE 3010 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red fsheet Kubber Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing- Lead Packing, Gaskets, and Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages, Safety Valves, Y Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Eobb Armstrong Engine. We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in part Write for description and prices. tar. tie future lor yourself, and then follow your test or no, You can FHONE M2T' pronis mvest Imtii GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;