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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Tlie Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday. August The Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful even- ing at its office. Crabb Street, Leth- bridge, Alberta, Canada. W.A.BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor. PHONES: and News Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered.......14.00 Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered ......35c Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.....S5c Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, b.ut both new and old addresses- must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district. One year, in advance Six months, in advance ..........Too Three months, in advance .......50c THE DAILY HERALD i? on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra Hotel. and Co.. R. W. Hamil- ton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, 8. Beal. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughan, Diamond D'Arc's drug store. Medicine M. Northam. Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown, 219 4th street. Also on ail C. P. R. A FARMER, NOT FRANK OLIVER. Rumor ias -been busy placing Hon. Frank Oliver on the Railway Commis- sion, and it is.said-that certain Lib- erals in" Edmonton are gleeful over the news, and are -preparing to select a candidate to succeed the Minister of the Interior. Rumor will not kill Frank Oliver, in fact, the tion of these reports is doing much to 'bring out the people's appreciation of the minister. However, -Sir Wilfrid Laurier, in speaking of the vacancy on the Railway -Ccmjnission at Bran- don recently is reported to have said: "No successor 'has yet been chosen by "government But J can tell you this, that member selected "will be a -western man and a representative of the fanning community-" SUN FIRE i The oldest Insurance Office In the world FOUNDED A.D. 1710 Bl-CEMKNAtY 191O HOME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLAND Canadian Branch, Sun Building, Toronto, H. M. Blackburn. both wisely and energetically. It is au old saying, slightly modernized, the spectator on the grandstand can play the game better than anyone in the his mind. It might 'be interesting to some of Mr. King's critics in Mr. King's shoes." OUR POINT OF VIEW. To give him credit for it, Riiey cer- tainly turned a neat trick at the Oleichen convention. When affairs are Quiet in other parts of the world is the time when the Chinese start to stir things up. Now they seem to 'be getting busy again in Thibet. The British Columbia government is to be commended for getting the advice of miners and operators in .framing a new mining bill. It is to consult before than to have them kick after. It remains to seen, of course, whose advice is chief- ly taken by Premier McBride and his government where there is any -dif- ference of opinion. the mayor ordered that this law be enforced, there has been clamor that this was impossible. For three mouths, Sunday after Sunday, large numbers of violations were report- ed, which violations were referred to those opposing the mayor as proof of the futility of his attempt. i Mayor Gaynor made no replies to i the critics, but consistently sent out j orders to enforce the law to the let- j ter. Violations 'became fewer and j fewer each week, and last Sunday not a single violation was discovered. 1 For years city executives and jtneir subordinates throughout the to enforce said it was impossible. a city with 000.000 people, of che hemisphere, and the second largest city in the world. Of all the laws which are difficult to enforce in a. city those concerning the sale of liquor on -Sunday are probably most yet Mayor Gaynor said it must obeyed, and his insistence i proved successful. This instance should -not be forgot- ten 'by the public. The people have a. right to insist chat the be en- forced and the public official who re- "Country have neglected certain laws becaime thev The Montreal Chief of Police has propounded this question: Why is it I luses because he thinks it impossible that men who have small stores and carry, perhaps, -worth of stock, insure for or and then nave fires? The chief -did not try to answer his own question, but suggest- ed stronger clauses in the insurance act Perhaps the men he complained of -could enlighten him on the sub- ject It is reported that a certain girl was so pretty that she could not hold a position. That is consolation for some who havej'been .bewailing their lack of ibeauty. The time is getting -Short for boost- ing the fair. It is going to -be a good one and no one can boost it too hard King George will -begin to think that he is getting up in years already. The warship Melampus, on "which he to do so should give way to a strong- er man. It is this quiet, direct per- formance of Mayor Gaynor that has caught the attention of the entire na- tiono. Public in .the Middle. (Edmonton. Capital.) cartoonist of the Toronto Tel- egram hits off the G. T. R. strike sit- uation well. President Hays and the mead of the union are engaged in a fistic combat with Mr. Ontario stand- ing in between them as they lunge at one another. "Cheer up, he .exclaims, "once in a 'While you may miss each other, but you always land on me." The A Real Hero. (.Stratford Beacon.) Chatham papers record the flew his first flag as commander, was I deanh of Bertie Lane, upon whom sold for junk the other day. j when he was eleven years of age at ____ j the death of -his father, devolved the The Canadian Courier funny man per- support of his mother and sister. He petrated a joke saying that Sir Wil- j was -hampered by continual ill-health, FOR SALE A Few Choice Tracts of Fruit Land. per acre down and bal. monthly payments Enquire for Next Excursion to Pictur- esque Arrow Lakes Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 That ought to make it clear that frid Laurier made a mistake by tak- being a victim of consumption, ibut Oliver isn't going on the Rail- wav Commission, tinues to bold good. COAL STORAGE. The Herald is informed ihat the mines of the country are not working up to full capacity because there is not the necessary demand for coal. It is said that as yet no effort has been made to store coal for next winter. summer iias been a very effi- cient though a very hard teacher in making the farmers of the country really believe that it pays to farm and to farm well. They knew it .before, but did not put it into practice. This year a. great many, of them lost out because 'they did not. It will ibe the same with the coal some of these winters. Last winter the people of connection ing his sunny smile ont 'West, when what the people wanted was copious showers. His joke seems to have I fallen flat, as rains seem to ibe fol- lowing the -premier on his tour. Leth- he bravely kept up the task of sup- porting the family, assisted toy the King's Daughters. Had he been in some war and died a victim of ibis heroic defence of his country, the fact turn "will come a day or two j would doubtless have-been proclaim- after August 31, if the precedent con- j ed all over the country, but 'he was Lloyd's report shows that ship build ing is on the increase in- Britain. Another evidence that uhe country is going to ruin under the Lloyd-George budget. j just as much a hero, probably more of a hero than some who have fallen on the "battlefield. Side Lights the plains were saved from a -coal fam ine only by the kindness of Provid- ence in sending a very mild winter. Had the winter in Saskatchewan and Manitoba -been as hard as usual there would have been great suffering. They suffered some two years ago, "but not enough to make them provident. Some year they will get caught hard, and there will be great suffering. It may be this nest winter, it may be the next, but it will some sometime. When the cold "weather comes, and the demand for -coal is great, there are not enough mines in the country to supply the demand, and that de- mand must be supplied from coal stor- ed up ahead. If ihe storing is not done, the coal cannot be bought when' it is wanted. A word to the wise is sufficient The Western Canada Irrigation con- j A negro was arrested in Atlanta on vention takes place in Kamloops next j a charge of vagrancy, and brought be- month. The association should fol- j fore Judge Broyles. low the example of their dry farming "Why, Sam, is this you? uat brethren, and run an exposition in j have they arrested you "Nothin', Jedge. fragrancy." vention meeting it, and make the con- more general instead of a of experts. "Jack, dear, mamma has invited us j to spend our vacation with her, and and j you know we haven't a trunk." ''We'might ask our landlord to let Home Rule for both Ireland i Scotland, and an Imperial parliament, including the Colonies, is a somewhat j us take this flat with us. sensational programme to be the re- j suit of the conference of the rival po- litical leaders of Great Britain. From Other Sanctums MACKENZIE KING'S WORK There are some who are trying to make jtolitical capital out of the Grand Trunk strike in Ontario and try, to ridicule Hon. Mackenzie King for his lack oe success in bringing the compiiiv- ami the strikers to submit r: contentijns to arbitra- tion. So'ne uave gone so far as to criticize him not settling the strike right u'f. That M- King has done remarkably well, considering what he has been up against must be >-l by all who have stud- ied the sif '.a'hE. and b.ivt ar.y de- sire to be fair. His powers are lim- ited, and wlut he does must, bo done by influence ri'her than br his pow- er. An Eastern paper comtaent'.nr on the critic'sca levelled at Mr. Kinrr sized the position up well when it said: "The Minister of Labor is comiug in lor some criticism for having per- mitted, or for not an to, "the Grand Trunk strike. But the Minister of Labor is not a Czar or a Sultan, or a dictator by any other name: and he seems to 'oe doing all that any Kan could do with the means at his disposal. He cannot say to tEe niea tliat they must not strike; ihe cannot say to the company that it must yield. All he can do is to use his best endeavors in the interests of I peace, and tfoat he seems to be doing I Law Can Be Enforced When Backed By Determination. (Spokane Spokesman-Review.) City officials "who say they can not enforce the law. should peruse most carefully the work being done by Mayor Gaynor of New York, in en- forcing the law against the illegal sell- ing of liquor on Sunday. Ever'since queried Bob, just home from college, "you've worked for me pretty bard nearly all my life, have n't "Quite right, quite right, mus- ed father, retrospectively. "Just resumed Bob, briskly. "Xow you had better get busy, and work for yourself a Beginner here. I'm tired of your laughing at my game. If I hear any more impudence from you I'll crack you over the right; but I'll bet yer don't know what's the right club to do it with." WHAT IS A VACATION WITHOUT A CAMERA? An eminent man said, that pleasure of a vaca- tion in planning the trips, and the other half in looking over the pictures a.ivay. It is truly cirr-at pleasure to have a pic.ure of your holidays. niust have used an Knsign Camera and Films for with the Ensign Lens the most perfect views can be made, views that will make you remember every detail of ihe tijip. If you see the Ensign and lot us show you their advant- ages and qualities you will surely become one of the many Ensign Enthusiasts. By THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath St Day and Night Phone 551 Night Bell Disptnstr. Picture Framtr. A train on one of the trans-contin- ental lines that runs through Kansas City, and is usually late was reported j on time a few days ago. The young man who writes the nar- ticulars concerning the trains at the j station put down his statistics about i this train: "Number the j time." Then he wrote underneath: "Cause i unknown." Changed His Mind. "You are charged with larceny. Are you guilty, or not "Not guilty, judge. I thought I was but Tve been talkin' to my lawyer, and he's convinced me that I ain't." A GOOD SAMPLE OF SPRING WHEAT. {'VS.meT RccOnl.) We have in our sanctum a sample of spring wheat which was brought in from the field of Mr. Gordon, about "inc north-Bast of here. It is a bunch of very nice spring wheat and if the entire field is as good as the sample, it'will be far beyond a half crop. In spite of the dry weath- er, there are some pieces of quite good grain, proving that even in a dry year we can raise crops MORNINGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge and per lot .00 Down and NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge LEGAL JOHNSTON E A ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Johnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices in Canadian Bank ol Commerce Bldg. w. C. S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Barrister. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14. Stafford Block. POAPST DUN Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Southard Block. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Offioe 914 Bed- path street, phone 1253. R. B. C. THOMSON, sician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Of- fice, Douglas block, Westminster Road. Residence. 320 WaUwork St. Phone 476. D. A. TAYLQR, M.D., ist, -Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lethbrtdge, Alta. Om'ce hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-6 pan.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phone Resi- dence 593. DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Blk, Phone 1071. E. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 Soutbird Block; Money to Loan. SMITH solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Round Street. R. Andrew Smith, B. A., L. L. B.; John J. Cam- eron, L.L.B. MEDICAL DR. physl clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. Office hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 65S. DOCTOR St. Before 9 2-3; 7-8. DR. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. Oflce Phone-319; Residence 1090. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto, Office 219 Shertock 463. DR. sad Snrg- eon office HlffcUKJttMun Block; PfcvHe 338; SrTafeSsaoe 415 Stsesi Btrest: DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner RedpatT and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; S.30-9.30 Phone day an-1 night 1242. DR. J.A. and Sur- geon, Accoucher. Office and resi- dence 1210 Courtland SL Phone 1246. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St. Phone 521. Office hours, 10-12; 2-5; 7-9. UNDERTAKING T. S. Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses. yjgiriOTS open day and night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co. Phone 561. R. G. Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, Latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and set up; all work strictly under the charge ol R. G. Addlson. Lady in attendance. Office, 321 Crabb street, Lethbridge: Phone 682. NURSING THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity- work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse in charge. Vravi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street Hours 10-12 a, nu, 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Annie LIngard, manager. P. 0. Box 2061; Phone CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall li open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J H. Kellle. Western Plnmblnt Co. MANICURING, ETC. IS3 VERONICA Block, Redpath St Ladies' hair dres- sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen Lethbridge, Alta. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS .Whii ney Block. Late of Williams Broe Aiehitfceis. Detroit.