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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LET HSR I 001, ALT A., tATDRDAY, A U oXl IT 1111 PAGE THREE Wherever there is a Baby, there should be a Copy of this Book "The. Care tme should he laid' now, why should not thy Government devise legisla. looking to this abol- ition of the bar, tho discouragement of treating, and the establishment of big public rooms or cafes where a man could enjoy a glass of liquor I become so lonesome for wom.en and or a cup of c ff e while he chatted homesickness will disappear, und -with friends. eyes that were" used to trees ond Of INTEREST TO WOMEN A -nivtty Alary is told of Princess I.owLse whon her husband, the Duke of Argylei thru Marquis of Lome, was Governor General of Canada She was sketching one afternoon in the neighborhood of a town where she was to 'be pres nt with Governor General at s'Jine great function in the afternoon. The day hot and she became thirsty, so she went to a -icarby cottag> and asked for a drink of water. The mistress of the house was ironing. "I would gladly give you a drink" she said, "but I- have no water in the house anil 1 haven't time'to go to get it, for I'm ir ning a dr ss for my daughter, to wear this when she goes to see the Queen's daughter." ".Then." the Queen's daught r, "if you will g.tMne the water I will go on trees were- distributed. with ihe years have been set out. j Eleven, million trees will do pueh to j (m of Mrs. gladden the barrenness of the prai- j F. J.owc41, tho womai f N w Tics. A bit? or little, is a thing toili Mass; are ilw lles_ of beauty ago some joy forever. Its sluulo is KHMI. 10 iui. i Tueke7 who is opos.d thi With its feet linu set on end j tending the enfranchisement of women; had said that she obj. cted to feminizing of1 education and for Summer Showers} You will find a, Sanford Raincoat all the pro- tection necessary. They are light and di essy. I Length, 52 inches, and made semi-form or I loose fitting, and in plain or striped patterns ASK FOR A SANFORD RAINCOAT W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. Blayney and considering the great, tkm wuelhor the woman'leach rs of of them reach, almost a gating fair pUv. Mrs. t _ _1 _ II i its head pushing up to the Giver of Light, it is 11 .standing lesson' to t he hinn who sits under it. The .winds choose it for their whispers und soft secrets, and it is the clenting-houso for the gossip of birds. To plant a tree, is a. lot of Tt grows! while you sleep. Eleven million tnies will ease many heart aches. They will' look in ut the windows and back doors, and the -.prairies will not It is a transition not to be attained in a day or a year, but a desir. able plane and one- well deserving of consideration. The idea suggested by William Whyte last year of be- ing served their liquor in stalls at a bar to avoid the treating habit would seem to recommend itself less to the community feeling of Canada. Tt might be considered too arbitrary, too unsocial men to unlicensed resorts. Would it not be a wise move on the part of liotels to provide s such rooms or cafes on the continent- al plan, as an experiment, securing the jiecessary legislation which would recommend itself to int-lligent ad- vocates of in drinkin both in and out of the actual party of tnnprrince workers. Yours, Etc., MORAL REFORM. yearning for them ever since they left tlffe hedgerows of England will forget to be sad when they have these old friends around i Jestera S Heating CD P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 I THE RING Stil.'mart's Challenge I wish to issue through the "Her- ald" a challenge to any welterweight boxer in Western Canada either in a 6 or 15 round contest at 145 Ibs. ring- side. (Sign d.) _ ALEX Dakota. khL) Lethbridge, Aug. 8. 1908. believed what was. needed in schools of. Newton was moire teachers. The suffragists wer; quick to tell her that if she want d male teachers tlie way to get tlic-m was to raise .of teachers. Then, according to their th? m Ambers of the board of educa- tion would not be forced ro employ women instead- of men. From the discussion that' followed sprung Mrs. Lowell's suggestion to investi- gate the pay of woman teacliers Miss May Ferrington, now attend- ing the girls' Angeles, lives college a part school in Los of each v, ar on her father's great ranch near Cra- ter, in Mono c .unty on the border of the Yoscmite park, and she is the THE VALUE OF TREES To the Editor Daily Herald: Dear of the good work you are urging in thu way ot irrigation for the Deneut ol ttie trees in the residential and other r Ihe Enterprising Daily Watch the Daily Herald For the Latest And Up-to-date News Everyone Should Have One in His Home Our trade mark is a guarantee of the quality of the rubber con- tained in our Solid Rubber Tires. We are the jealous cus- todians of that trade mark and we take every precaution to en- sure our products being worthy of its imprint. girl within a radius of niu-. tj miles. Hither every snrnmer Unck sends a squadron of" cavalry tf the1 park and the khaki-clad scouts "have voted this slim maid tlu queen of the whole counrrysifb. She has yellow .hat cords, buttons and .roplues galore. She has a splendid chain cf tiny gold nuggets for beads, and the men of the "squadron present. d her with a uniform ol their com- blueu with yellow 'cavalry itripes on the jaunty Her gen- tle sway over her scmler subjects included inspection n't stated inter- vals, the young commandant by brevet rode her prancing steetf up li'uyney, Aug. arc lock- ing line, .some full wheat being as curly as lust. This week will the largest part of tho fall wheat in the shock ant! spring vheut .vill make use of the hinders us soon is the. full wheat is out of ihe wuy. Win. Alexandra had u runaway with liis horses 'hitched to a ''iiulor. jut fortunately thero was no serious damage done except a shaking up .-.of the_ binder. The large drive chain came oil so tho machine was nroUn't- ed in this way. Saturday was the scene of the sur- veying party going through this part the country and leaving every once in a while a stake as marked evidence that there will he a rail- road built here some time. The iiuc pf the survey at this point passes through the east side of the east row of quarter sections of sections -1, 10, H. 12, .23, so every person in this part of Blayney wears a smile just now with the pleasant prospects If it later on proves to be a perman- ent survey, it will' be within twenty rods of the Blayney post office, so why should not 'they have a smile on. The present crop is Jn a fair to be u success and of course will have to be marketed at a dis- tance that takes a great margin oil the profit. And not Only this, some of our farmers are in the habit oi staying In town longer than is reall.v necessary and this all takes money Rut we look forward to the crop o 1909 being -marketed near home. Whj not have hope if we do fail. The ..Wheatlund "Centre si'hoo house looms up and can be seen for several miles from anj' point and we must not fail to 'appreciate the attendance, there being twenty-seven pupils and for the closing first quarter, the hough ho was looking forward to letter facilities of handling tlie crop jy the time it will be marketable. Our twice a week mail service >egin.s this week and we arc the poo- >le who know how to appreciate it, iiul ns our worthy postmaster John tVarnick has the contract for carry- ing the mail, we all feel assured of ettijig regular mail! What's wroug with the farmer? nothing, for instance here is Mr. Lyons, who intends to put in his fall wheat, taking the fresh broken sod and completing the work by gu ng over the ground with his steam engine. lie has eight set of discs. two set of harrows and three drills and as fast as he passes over tho ground, it is seeded. So don't make a mistake and say that Southern Al- berta is not progressive. We were pleased to sec our old friend Walter Fleming-whcT absent, "from here for some time leach, ing west of Granum, calling on his many friends in the neighborhood. LONGBOAT NEVER TALKED Toronto, Aug. 7A-Tom Flanagan president" of the Canadian Irish Ath- letic League who arrived here with Tom Longboat, the Indian runner, terms the JsVw York, reports of inter- views with Longboat, 'in which the Indian is despribed as giving Hayes the Marathon winner credit for be- ing a (greater runner than himself, fakes, and says they had no inter- views .with York" papers whatever. Mr. Flanagan still b-lioves that Tom Longboat is the greatest run- ner" in the and ascribes his failure to win the Marathon race to the extreme hyat. average was so irotn we and down the lines of mounted sol- diers. _ ___ __ to be drawn. This speaks well for In Great Britain the London Medi. (nsr school, with "the large good-tmt- TWO BODIES IN SHACK Vancouver, C., Aug. The badly decomposed 'bodies of two men were found in a shack 'on Eburne draw the largest government grant f Road, a mile south of the city this cal Colleges stand almost alone in their refusal to admit women. Ox- ford and Cambridge, by constitution and tradition will of course, stand on their old time platform until forc- ed by advanced public opinion to a liberal common sense action in the matter. At present the students of London School of Medicine for Wo- men are compelled to go to Dublin to Edinburgh for their diplomas. In the University oi London some wo- men have much success and obtained degrees, but this university grants few medical The HiL tich Medical Journal has come out flat-footed in favor of ing granted diplomas by the" London colleges and say.s it is a "real griev- ance" that women nu-dical students should have to go outside of London for their diplomas ured Stacy Me Call as teacher. I understand that Wm. vill start drilling on his 300 acres ot fall wheat on the 4th. so- it looks as morning. One was a white and one a. negro. It is thought boih were tramps and from .the position of the bodies that they were drug fiends and died from an overdose. An in- quest will be held. unop Tire Dunl Rubber Goods Company, Dnii'rd MANITOBA BRANCH 48 PRINCESS ST. WINNIPEG WOMAN SUICIDES 'Orangcville, Out., .Aug. alone and becoming apparently dfs_ pondent and weary of life. Mrs. BoL on, of Orton, a ?rnall village twulvt- niles from here now lying in I-Vrgus lospital with a deep razor in icr neck. Mrs. Bolton is sixty of age. Picture Framing Place Your Orders for Fly Time is now here We ciuv do yonr odd work in Screeu Doors and Windows and do it as you it Screen Doors JAB. mm i I SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. II. A. M., London. England; pupil "oE the t-ni- inr-nt teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher ot vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture and vocal music on jimd after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Miss Margaret M.'FrastT, A. T. C. M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, U-nchrr of piano and theory of music. Hiplu.-t artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation