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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday Auguati, 1910 The Dafly Herald Established December, 1907. 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 1224__Advertising, Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily .v, one year, delivered.......54.00 ".__J.T__j 49 ed, the more general the conclusion or two, however, has brought about a must be that the curriculum of the high schools as well as the colleges should be such that every graduate will acquire a thorough knowledge of some way of making a good living. This should be done both on ac- count of the pupils and on account of the public. On account of the pupils -they are now graduated help- less, with no practical knowledge, and with a dislike for country life, and generally drift to the cities.. On ac- count of the public because if we are to continue to pay for the education of all children, it ought to be with the result that when the process is completed they will not become a further charge ou the public in the future, as they now continually do. jreat change, and the country now suf t'ers from drought. We have lately; had several days on which the sky looked threatening and seemed to indi- cate that rain was eminent, but the re- sult was never more than a few drops. The country needs rain, and needs it badly; the gardens are suffering, and' i he hay ranches up the Eik have no j crop to speak of; and most of all, we need it to quench the fires which are still smouldering in the valley, and ready to break out afresh with the first high wind. OUR POINT OF VIEW All Grand Trunk strikers can come pensions, however. 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.....85c Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the; its Aldermen still know how to scrap news of the week, local and district. _ j conduct a. rough house. Two of i Side Lights Guelph may be near the ideal point as a city without taxation but One year, in _ advance j them came to blows at Get busy with the plowing now, THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book j tanners. Store, J. G. Robertson Co., Johnston j _____f Jackson. Alexandra Hotel i and Co., R. W. Hamil- j J- H. Logan, right of way purchas- ton. ing ngent for C. P. R. interviewed Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. says: "Lethbridge is McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Seal. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugharu Dia-nond D Arc's drug store, Medicine M. Northam. other extremely progressive city and one which is undoubtedly destined to have a great future." Right you ".My said the young husband as he took the toottle of milk from the dumb-waiter and held it up to the light, "have you noticed that there's never any cream on this "I spoke to -the milkman about she replied, "and he explained that the company always fill their bottles so full that there's no room, for cream oil top." Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown, 219 4th street. Also on alt C. P. R. SHOULD TALK TO WHITNEY At Ottawa the Conservative M. P.s criticise the appointment a Liberal government of Liberal M. P.s to office in Ontario, where the Whitney government, practices the same poli- cy, not a criticism is, heard from that source. Why? Because the Whitney government is Conservative. The most recent appointment of this kind .in Ontario is that of Joseph P. Downey, M.P.P. for South Welling- ton, as superintendent of the Orillia asylum It has always been practice in. 'that province to appoint medical men to these a very good practice it the government pays no attention to pas custom in order to find its followers a at job. Why Jos: Downey acceptec such -a. position is hard to explain tie is of Cabinet bet ter fitted for a CaToinet position, than soine of the men now there, and his name had frequently been mentioned as likely to 'be taken into the govern- ment Oh. yes, the Conservatives are eag- er to abolish the patronage system, when the Whitney government in On- tario removes a capable medical man from the superintendency of the Oril- lia asylum and puts a Tory M. P. P. who knows nothing about medicine in his place. These fall rains will cheer -the farm- ers up. The winter wheat seed will soon be under the Calgary gave Alberta's new Pre- mier a rousing reception. Arthur Sif- ton is a man to cheer for. There came to ihe home of a negro in Tennessee an addition to the fam- ily in the shape of triplets. The proud father hailed the first man who came along the road and asked him in> to see them. The man. -who was an Irish- man, seemed greatly interested in the infants as he looked them over, lying in a row before him. "What does yo' asked the parent. to the one in the think I'd save that one." SNAKES IN CAFE TERRIFY PEOPLE Policemen Enter The Place With Drawn Revolvers and Reptiles Hide Spokane, Aug. large rattle- snakes, which escaped from a snake charmer's show last summer while it was occupying a story at 10 Bernard street, and which have remained in that vicinity since, are causing a reign of terror among tenants of buildings IRRIGATED CROPS THIS YEAR Miss Hind, the Winnipeg Free Press correspondent, reports 'that -the crops on irrigated lands In this district are poor, not 'because of irrigation -but on account of the carelessness of fann- ers who neglected to use the water at the time it ought to have been used.. There are some good crops on irri- gated lands because there are some fanners, who know how and when to use water. They do not leave their ditches in bad repair and try to clean j them when they found rain had not i fallen, as expected. These men keep their ditches for the water to flow throHgh them at any moment. The farmer on irrigated land, who pays for the water and does not use it at 'the right time, has only him- self to iblame. This season teachei its lesson to this type of fanner. In the future he will not sit on the stoop Baiting for rain to fall bat he wiU see that his ditches are clean and what water he pays for is on the, land at the proper time. Then he will have good crops. iastic welcome at Calgary that Mait- land McCarthy, 2tf. P., is already -be- ginning to shake in his boots. Mr. Magrath ought to make a call on Sir James Whitney, and tell him to abolish the patronage system. The Calgary Herald deserves cred- it, and the engraving company also, for the enterprise displayed in getting cuts of scenes upon Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier's arrival in Calgary at 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon last, in the same afternoon's paper. That's a record worth about Geo. Graham is so popular with the ladies that the first thing he knows he will be asked to act as sponser for a woman's suffrage 'bill in Parlia- ment. Now that glass has been discovered there Coleman will shine more than ver. Frorf Other Sanctums THE SORE HEAD TRIBUNE {Winnipeg Free Press) There is in this city an alleged., "in- dependent" -daily paper (much given to thanking God that it is not, in its methods and ideals, like the party newspapers) which has made a dis- play of native and congenial ruffian- ism in connection with Sir Wilfrid Lauriers visit to the West which not even the most venomous party organ will ever be able to eclipse. IS CLIMATE CHANGING (Hosmer, B. C., Times.) Are the climatic conditions along the PRACTICAL EDUCATION The demands of the public for a more practical education for their children is being recognized by tb n control of di aiiairs of the country. In this re- it looks as though the public leading the edacatior.al leaders in siany cases have been slow in i rscogEizing the demands of the pub- lic. change o? sentiment which de- rnaads zrore practical teaching in the >silic schools has extended even to tie grea.: universities, rfnner- 1- education in the higher branches thought to consist chiefly of a smattering of the classics an.1 of eral literature and history it would have been thought rather a re- proach had it been supposed to hold j any relation to practical everyday life. I But now at the great universities not j only are all the sciences and pro- fessions caught but" instruction is giv- en, in politics and ,-business, recogniz- j ing that careful training Is essential j in every field of human activity. j The same fact is apparent in the extensive practical courses of the uni- versities, in the business courses, in the high schools, where also special agricultural classes ar e 'being intro- duced with success, in the courses of manual training and domestic science. In every way education has a tend- ency to adapt Itself to the prepara- tion of tha youth for 'the practical as well as the cultural part of their live.s. The more the question Is consider- in that vicinity, the reptiles being seen yesterday in the cellar of the building Laurier was given such an enthus- where 'they gained their freedom. The police have been called upon .to aid in killing or capturing them. An employee of a restaurant at 10 Bernard street went to the cellar of the building yesterday and in moving a bos saw .the two snakes coiled up behind it. They made Mm acquainted with his great danger by vigorously shaking their rattlers and hissing. The man came rushing from the cellar as badly frightened as if he had seen a ghost. Policeman Ount and Benway called and with drawn revolvers went to the cellar, but the snakes had retired. A search failed to locate them. From the cellar of the building where .they were seen yesterday the snakes can readily go under other thus keeping tenants in that vicinity in constant fear. It is supposed that the reptiles have been living on mice and food scraps. That life in the cellars has not lessen- ed their activity was readily shown when the restaurant employee disttirb- ed them yesterday. The police will aid in any way possi- ble to do away with the two reptiles, and whenever che tenants of the build- ings desire a systematic search will be made. One of the men, who conducted the snake show is still living in Spokane and is known to the police and wheth- er he will be called upon to assist in j the search has not been decided. NEW STATIONS AT BLAIRMORE AND HILLCREST Blainnore, Aug and Sin- clair have just secured the contracts for the building of two large depots for the Canadian Pacific Railway com- pany. Blainnore has so recently developed into a large and progressive town that the present fairly large depot is far too inadequate .to accomodate the increased trade of this place, and the C. P. R. find it necessary to erect a two story building twenty-two feet wide and eighty-six feet long with a large basement to supply the needs of the business people and travelling public. The other depot will be erected at Hillcrest. This .building will be about the same size as the one which is being erected at Blainnore, Another large Party of Excursionists went to see the ARROW LAKE ORCHARDS On Friday morning to inspect the wonderful crop of fruit, which is greater than ever this year, in the rich, picturesque valley. Enquire for next excursion and terms of payment Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar. lingtor; Hotel MORNINGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge NO INTEREST NO TAXES The Standard Securities Co. OLIVER BLOCK The Office of the Ripley Transfer Co, la Now On Redpath St. Opposite Methodist Church Graying done ou short notice HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: Pass changing? Within the recollec- tion of the youngest old timers this was always considered a wet belt, and people who suffered from rheumatic complaints had to make frequent visits educational 1 sulpher and other resorts 'to get ease from pain. The last year LEGAL JOWNSTONE ft ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Jonastone; J. Noiman Eitcnie. CON-YBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR. Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners, Conybears Block, Letbbridfe, SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. CScs5 Is Commerce Bldg. W. C. Stmmont: 8, J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14. Stafford Block. POAPST DUN Solicitors and NotaiiM. Money tc loan. Southard Block. MEDICAL DR. W. 8. Surgeon, Accoucher. Honrsr-Befort 9 a-m.; 2-3; 7-8 Office 914 Bed path street, phone 1253. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Sur-geon and Accoucher. Of- fice, Douglas block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 WaUwork St. Phone 476. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Bar, and Tfcraat, Aitm. Office aim.; 2-6 pin.; Phone S4l; Rert- 7-8 p.m. Office 593. Whh ney Block. Late of Williams Bros. Architects. Letroit. Whitney Bloct. fioom A. KACDONALD Macdcnald Block, Bedpatb street Lethbridge, Alta N ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A.. M.R. A., A. A. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth- bridge. Phone 1438. and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O Box 51? DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Macdonald Blk. Phone 1071. For complete Razor satisfaction get the Carbo- Magnetic "No honing required If you are not satisfied after 30 days' trial your money refunded Sold by THE RED CKOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Slock, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 55B Night Bel! Picture Frmmer. C. N. R. HASN'T TAKEN UP HUDSON'S BAY LINE Toronto, Aug. an interview- tonight ilr. D. D. Mann sta-ted that the Canadian Northern has made no arrangement with the government re- garding the operation of the Hudson's Bay Ry., and had not even discussed it with any member of the govern- ment. The Hudson's Bay line had not been mentioned between himself and Mr. Graham when he met the latter gentleman in 'the West. WILL WAIT FOR CRIPPEN London, Aug. the request of solicitor Arthur Newton on behalf of Dr. Oippen only the most formal ev- idence was taken at the inquest to- day on the remains found in Hilldrop Crescent House. Mr. Newton explain- ed he wanted an opportunity to go into thls case with his client A decree has been published in Aus- tria by which no one is allowed to re- fine raw oil or to sell petroleum in tanks without permission obtained from the government. This is a meas- ure against 'the Standard Oil. E. C. Soli- clior, Notary Public, and 2 Block; Money to Loan. DR. J.A. and Sur- geon, Accoucher. Office and resi- dence 1210 Courtland St. Phone 1246. SMITH .solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Round Street. R. Andrew Smith, B. A., L. L. B.; John J. Cam- eron, L.LJ3. MEDICAL DR. and Sur- geon. Brjaii Block, Room 21. Office hours, 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658. DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. SL DR.. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Wostminst-er Rd. Of- fice hours 7-S.3C. OWce Phone 319; Residence 10UO. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyu ?vnd Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Fours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. DR. sad Surg- eon office Block; Phone 33i; 4lt Street: DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room. 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatf and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone o67. Residence 425 Bartlett SL Phone 521. Office hours 10-12- 2-5; 7-9. THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. UNDERTAKING T. S. Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses. Parlors open day aad night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary SommervUle Phone 561. Marble Co. T. K. and Build- er, estimates given on all Wndi of buildings; nothing too wnall noth- ing too large. Box 515; 1260 Courtland street. CONCRETE eiecut en for. cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detalL Con- crete blocks and tefck always on hand. H. J. Goode Co., Concrete Factory 523 Smith SL, Phone 1344 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1168 LETHBRIDGE'S LEADING HOBSESHOERS Track Shoeing a specialty. Special attention given to de- fects, such as interfering, overreaching and all kinds of tender feet, also track shoe- ing. Experts in charge of repair dept. C. N. FISHER FURMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Dufferin CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Ing .and advice general aeootm' thereon. Acadia SURVEYING B-A-Sc-- Dominion Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hv- draullc Engineer. Rooms 5 and Whtoey Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone W H. YOUNG, B.A.Sc.-Dom. Land Surveyor; mine Irrigation engineer. P. 0. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Industrial Spurs, Hallways, Yard Layouts, Water Snppliet, Sewerage" Irrigation Plans, etc, etc! 211 Sherlock Block, LA and Mining Engineer. Dominion Land Surveyor. Room 217, Sherlock Building 147.0 CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall open to let or dances, parties, etc. eat 2oor In city, gteam heated, kitch- TO. in connection, all modern conven- nces. Parties wishing to engage ap- ly to J H. Kettle, Western Plumbing MADAM plan iste. 'At liberty for engagements dances, operatic, dramatic and vau deville. Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach er of dancing. 622 Crabb St. 143-O J, giveii In voice cultivation, organ and- piano forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As sociated Board of the Royal Acad emy and Royal College of Music. 710 Courtland SL, Phone 420. R. G. Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest methods of embalming; black and white tuneral cars; monuments sold and set up; all work ttrlctly under the charge of R. G. Addlson. Lady in attendance. Office, 321 Crabb street, Lethbridge; Phone 682. NURSING Viavi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street. Hours 10-12 a. m., 5-S p.m. Mrs. Annie Lingard, manager. P. 0. Box 2061. Phone 1236. 178-0 MANICURING, ETC. V. goods, hairdresslng, manicure, combings made up, orders taken for Spirilla corsets. Acadia Blk., Redpath St, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF Department, summer Queenie Tabor, late of Acadia Seminary, N. S., and pupil of Reginwald, will have charge of the summer course in piano and theory. For terms address Conservatory of Music, 90 Ashtnead, corner Bompas SrxeeL H. C. C. SALMON Is prepared to ceive pupils Im Piano Theory. Candidates prepared for London, Eng., and Toronto Examinations 1213 Bompas street. P. O. Box 131 Phone 1162. MUSIC experienced graduate teacher, late of State'Nor- mal School, Springfield, S. D. .per term of 20 lessons. Mrs. E. A. Halverson. 1212 Bompas St 195-ox PHONE THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO, Steam and Hot Water Heating LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SO- Caledonian Hall, Glyn SL, Mondays and Thursdays, from 8 till 10.30 p.m. All Scotsmen welcome. J. B. Gibbon, Pres.; A.L. Johnston, Sec., Box 500. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Glyn tt. Club toom open evening 7.to 10 80. Sunday exempted. All Scolemen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Be-ey. J. B. GD3BON; Box fSfr. Prea. Lethipidgc M Ho, and thlra In K. of P. Hall at i o'clock. brethren are cordially J. McBRIDE SHIYILY W P GUS. NEEDIG, W. 8 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Societ) Meets In the Hall every first and third Wednesday oJ month at 8 5101. For fun ___ _____m ttcmars appiy Office and Workshop at 810 Burdett St F. T. Robins, A. J Warren KNAPMAN1 W. President. Sec Box 57 C. McCLURE ;