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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letbbrldge Daily Hmald, Friday, August The DaUy Her aid 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......35 c Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail.....S5c Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, 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...........51.50 Six months, in advance ...75c Three' months, in advance .......50c THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the following places-: Cross Drug and Boo Store, Robertson Co., Johnsto Jackson, Alexandra HoteL and Co., R..W. Hami ton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. I McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL Cranhrook, B. AtcMson. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughan. Diamond D'Arc's drug store. Medicine M. Northam. Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown, 219 4th street. Also on all C. P. R. trains. ing sorry for you would not have bought your bread and butter. "Therefore, I was sorry for you to the extent of Pity the world hasn't more men of the -type of Booth, the Ottawa lumber king. There would be fewer quarrels between capital and labor. OUR POINT OF VIEW You certainly can't keep Gleichen out of the limelight. The Rainbow is a very good name for a teetotal warship. The Rainoow will cold water element r demon drink. be used by the battle with the Another distinguished insurgent- Theodore Roosevelt It will soon be the proper thing- to be a bolter. Borden is talking Hue ruin down, by the Atlantic while Laurier is seeing the evidences of prosperity on the Pacific. Mr, Candy of Edmonton will need to be a very tempting dainty in order WRITE AS YOU PLEASE One of the main objections to the present system -of education has been the poor penmanship of the students that are graduated from the schools. Educators haye endeavored to find some- method of writing that would penmen. The old Spen- cerian system was 'blamed for the production of poor writers and was discatded. The vertical system was touted as the remedy for the trouble and was almost universally adopted and all the pupils at school were re- quired to write the vertical hand. But the percentage of good writers be- came no larger. Then what is known as the medium slant' system, was taken, up, -being a compromise between the old Spencerian and the vertical But the results have ieen no -better. Mrs. Young, the. superintendent of schools in Chicago. h.as struck a pop- ular idea when she said recently to the pupils of that city: "Write any way you please, -but write legibly and fast" .As a matter of fact, the merchant, the and the firms the 'DOTS and girls may have to write ior when they go to work do not give a rap for vertical or slant. What is wanted is, as Mrs. Young puts it, legibility and speed, and the clerk may hold his pen like sC dagger, or a club, in i right hand or left, so long as what he "writes can easily be read. Handwriting is an indication of itf" dividuality, and 'the tendency of the public school manner of teaching is to make all write like automata. The penmanship of a mature man bears no resemblance to that of his youth. to win any farmers away from section with his sweet talk. this The temperance enthusiasts ought to present the Canadian warship the Kainbow with, a cut glass water set as a tribute to the teetotal principles of the officers and crew, Bryan and Roosevelt have both been turned down by the party ma- chines but that isn't proof that they have lost their grip upon the grea mass of the people. Side Lights As one of the White Star steam- ships came up New York harbor the other day, a grimy coal barge floated immediately in front of her. "Clear out of the way with that old mud shouted an officer on the bridge. A round, sun-burned face appeared over the cabin hatchway. "Are ye the captain of that answered the officer. "Then spake to yer equals. I'm the captain o' came from th barge. A young gentleman of the colore persuasion had promised his girl pair of long white gloves for a Chris mas gift. Entering a. large depar ment score, he at last found the coun ter where these goods were display ed, and, approaching rather hesita ingly, remarked, "Ah want a pair o' loves." "How long -do you want in quired the business-like clerk. "Ah doesn'i want fo' to rent 'em ah wants fo' to buy replied the other, zine. Maga Dick McBride's greeting to Sir Wil- frid was so friendly that the Liberal leader must have been in doubt as to whether he was after a Senatorship or Supreme Court judgeship. Gleichen is on the map larger than ever now. Scott came back and hand- ed over the Liberal nomination, and another convention will have to be ailed to select a standard bearer. As the conditions improve the size f our new business blocks expand. Jefore the year is out some of them -will he three times 'the size originally intended. Edmonton's publicity .booth at Leth- bridge will satisfy the northern city that the farmers of the south are not the sort to pick up their chattels and COMPANY GETS SECOND CHARTER Important Action Taken at a Railroad' Meeting at Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Aug. the first annual meeting of the share- holders of the new railway company held here yesterday, nothing was giv- en out to the public as to the nature of the business transacted. From a reliable source your correspondent learned that the old charter for the railway in these parts was handed over to the new company. The appli- cants for this charter, -which was ranted by the provincial government 1906, were E. J. Mitchell, H. E. Hyde, J. H. Schofield, T. Lebel, A. C. Kemmis, J. E. Woods -and J. J. Flentot. At one period of its his- tory J. A.' McGuire got this charter renewed-by the government at con- siderable expense to himseli, and it was greatly through his influence that it was surrendered to the new com- Another large Party of Excursionists V 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 move north because they have had pany who have the present one bafl year. They have had too many good crops In the past and know that the future has many more in for them. From Other Sanctums TJs True (Cardston Star) The Lethbridge fair is on the up- grade and will soon attain far larger proportions. MAUNSELL INDEPENDENT The Macleod Advertiser still per- sists in believing that it is in the in- terests of the Macleod district that Robert. Patterson, should be returned to the 'legislature. One of its argu- ments is as follows: "Mr. Patterson will not be in oppo- sition to the Government wnen he goes 'to the Legislature, but at the same time he will not be bound Toy a" pledge which virtually ties his hands and stops his mouth. He will be in the position, to criticise, if anything comes up which needs criticism. Had a few such men as he been in the House last winter the Great Water-} ways fiasco might have .been avoided." As a matter of fact the independ- ence that was displayed at Edmonton last winter was 'by men elected as Liberals. They did just as the Adver- tiser argues Mr. Patterson would do, voted against a transaction they tttought was wrong. Mr. Maunsell was opposed to that deal too. He came out openly at the time in opposition' to the deal. His ought to sstisfy tlis slsct- ors of Macleod that he is not ruled and dictated to by the party machine. He is a Liberal and has confidence in the Sifton administration, but he is man enough to assert his own opinions and advise the government on matters of policy and oppose it, if he thinks it is doing wrong. Mr. Patterson can- not do any more or as much. Win Make Votes (Saskatoon Phoenix) GOT. Harmon, of Ohio, who Is run- ning for governor again, and who may nope to be president, has called out the militia on his own responsibility to suppress strike riots. It is an act of moral courage, and, lite many brave deeds., it may prove profitable. enterprise in hand. railway For years past "To Keep Hotel" (Peterboro Review) Brantford is dry. -That is. no booze is sold there after hours. It was not always thus. The hotelmen have re- selved to keep hoteL A day or two ago as recorded in another column of this paper they called in Chief Slemin and License Inspector Eacretti in con- ference. The hotel men promised to notify the police as soon as an un- desirable entered the 'bar or lounged about the hoteL They also decided to raise the rates and the cheapest hotel in Brantford is ji.50 a day. Why should not .hotels keep dry after hours. The moment they com- mence breaking the law in that mo- ment they commence their own self- destruction. THE EXTENT O.F HSS J. R. .Booth is a wealthy Ottawa lumberman. He moves in the busi- ness world without -ostentation, but that he is a. man with a heart is shown Ijy his recent action in paying his men .for the time the Ottawa mill was closed owing to the Grand Trunk strike. He wasn't compelled to pay a cent, but the way he felt about it was expressed in these words to his men: "I thought, gentlemen, that I could stand the loss better than you could. I "I was sorry for you, but simply be-1 L This is Worth Monev j To You Every article we sell is ab- solutely guaranteed. If you are not entirely sat- isfied we shall gladly return you the money. A satisfied customer is our best advertisement and we have many of them. THE BED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Rcdpath SL Day and Night 551 Night Bell DUponur. Picture Mr. McG-uire has worked hard to have better railway facilities for Pincher Creek, and the hope is generally ex- pressed that he will soon be advant- ageouslv repaid for his labors. As the Pincher Creek, Cardston and Montana Railway Co. succeeded in obtaining a charter for this railway before appearing on the scene oi oper ations, from the Dominion govern- ment at its last session, they have now in their possession two separate charters by which they can proceed to build a railway within the limits of time specified in each. At the headquarters of the railway company they are awaiting the re- ports of three engineers now out on the survey, with the return of whom the profiles and other plans of the line will be drawn up for the use of contractors. As time goes on confidence is re- placing skepticism among those who were doubtful of the railway question ifom its outset. A Social Affair Pincher Creek Court No. 4138, I.O. F., held a social or "At Home" in the Masonic Hall last night, at which there were 100 invited guests present. A. E. Cox, who is a High Cgurt number, occupied the eaair. The aSaix was much in the nature of a banquet and proved, a most enjoy- able one. Songs were rendered by Messrs. McMurdo and Saville, togeth- er with a selection by the orchestra and a cornet solo by Mr. Smart prior to the excellent menu which was served. After the wants of tee inner man had been attended to cne or two tcssts were proposed aitd re- sponded to. "The King" met with the usual response by the company standing and singing the National Anthem. "The Land we Live In" had a capable reply from John Eer- ron, M.P., "Sister Societies" by R. K. Ormond{ "I.O.F." by Dr. Wade, of Calgary, and "The Ladies" by Rev. J. D. Hull. In the remarks of Mr. Herron stress was laid on the Ferimiy of mis particular portion of Alberta, which was incidentally sec- onded by Dr. Wade, when he held the floor. Another song from Mr. McMurdo brought that part of the program to a close. The chairman thanked those who had assisted to- ward the enjoyment of the company, specializing the ladies and the splen- did orchestra. The pleasurable gath- ering wound up with a dance which riO 4-AA a acfiouimoie nour in the rooming. MORNINGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge LEGAL JOHNSTONS Jfc ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridfe. L.M Johastone; J- Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Lethbridfe, SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce BWg. W. C. Stmmonir S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Boom 14. Stafford Block. POAPST Solicitors and NotartM. Money to loan. Southard Block. MEDICAL DR. W. S. GALBRAJTH-PhysiciM surgeon, Accoueher. 9 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Eod- path street, phone 1253. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Of- fice, Douglas block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wall-work St. Phone 476. D. A. TAYLQR, M.Dn ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Tbixwt, Stafford Block, Lrtfebcldge, Office hours: 9.30-12 2-6 pjm.; 7-8 p.m. Office deuce 593. Phone 241; Whit ney Block. Late of Williamg Architects, Letroit, B. Whitney Block. Boom 5> 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. W'LLIAM and Con- tractor Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5. Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O Box 512 DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Macdonald BIfc. Phone 1071. T. K. and Uafld- er, given on of buildings; nothing too mmall Both- Ing too large. Box 515; 1260 Courtland street. r CONCRETE E. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 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. and Sur- geon. Bryan Block, Room 21. Office hniire CL.12- JLSr 7.1 fl. Phnno KSS R. J.A. and Sur- geon, Accoucher. Office and resi- dence 1210 Caurtland St Phone 1246. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St Phone 521. Office hours, 10-12; 2-5; 7-S. THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTER Funeral Director TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The contract has .been let at Fort William for a large coal plant which "will supply tie G. T. P. Rumor has it that the Dominion Iron Steel Company is about to take over a nail works in St John, N. B. A novel project, that of a universal coinage, Is being discussed by German professors. The town of Berlin, Ont, wilt be re- ceiving Niagara, power by the first of October. DOCTOR Bt Before 9 2-3; 7-8. DR. Stafford Block, Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. Office Prione 319; Residence 1000. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoacher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner 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 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. DR. Surg- eon Block; Pnone flrmect Street; DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment OCflce Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatl- and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 1M; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: TIU 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30. Phone 4ay and night 1242. hearses. Parlors open day and night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co. Phone 551. eieout ed for .cement sidewalks, and other concrete -work. and nweta We'to detail crete Wocta and frrfcfc always on hand- H. J. Co ConcrctP Factory 523 Smith St, PhonTSt plan for engagements, dances, operatic, dramatic and deville Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St. 143-O Mr. J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and piano forte playing and theory. Candidate" prepared for examinations of the As f plated Board _of the Royal Acad nw Huyjti College or JHUSIC 710 Courtland St, Phone 420. R. .G. Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and dadnnatl college, latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and up; all work itrlctly under the charge of R. G. Addlson. Lady in attendance. Omce, 321 Cr-abb street, Letbbrldge; Phone 682. NURSING Viav! Co., offices 1J17 Bompas street Hours 10-12 a. m., 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Annie Lingard, manager. P. O. Box 2061. Phone 1236. 178-0 MANICURING, ETC. MISS V. goods, hairdressing, manicure, combings made up, orders taken for Spirilla corsets. Acadia Blk., Redpath St, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY 0 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 Ashmead, corner Street. H. C. C. SALMON la prepared to re- ceive pupils la Piano Theory. Candidates prepared for London Eng., and Toronto Examinations' 1213 Bompas street P. O. Box in Phone 1162. USIC 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 4IS THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Wattr Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdatt tt C. McCLURE i. KNAPMAN NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- Mngton Hotel The Office of Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now On RedpathSt. Opposite Methodist Church Draylng done on short motlce HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: The Waddington- Stuckey Company Dealers in AH Kinds of Carloads shipped at once on receipt of order. Get our prices. Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. sold on commission, either by pri- vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE SALES YD SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone.426 Office Round St. LETHBRIDGE'S LEABEVG HOKSESHOERS 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 MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W D. aoocmntaai acoonn; ,and advice thereon. Acadia F. HAMILTON, .B.A.Sc.-DomInlon Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Bfooms 5 and WWtney.Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone W H. YOUNG, B.A.Sc.-Donx Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 111. CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall in open to let or dances, parties, Best floor In city, steam heated, kltch- n In connection, all, modern convea- encea. Parties wishing-'-to engage ao- ly to J H. Kellie, Western Plombtng ETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SO- Caledonian Hall, Glyn St, Mondays and Thursdays[ from 8 till 10.30 p.m. All Scotsmen welcome. J. B. Gibbon, Pres.; A.L Johnston, Sec., Box 500. UETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY El ic Caledonian Hall. Glyn Club room open evening 7.it 0 Sunday exoepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSXOll. B. Box Ml Ho, tniro Saturdays In K. of F, Hall i o'clock. brethren are cordially Inyltei J. McBRIDS SHITILT GUS. NEIDIG, W. 8 LODGE l PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the every first and third Wedneadty M :he month at B nm. For fun ticuiars appry F. T. Robins. A. J. Warren, W. President. Sec.. Box 57. ;