Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Daily Herald December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Htrald Publishing Co., Ltd., lawful even- ing mt ita office, Crabb Street, Leth- bridf e, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, 'Managing Director and Editor. V PHONES: Editorial and News Department Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered 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 month's, by mail 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 Six months, in advance -75c Three months, in advance 50c THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the fo flowing places: Lethbridge Red Cross Drag and Book Score, J. G. Robertson Co., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra HoteL Young and. Co., R. W. Hamil- ton. Pincher Creek E. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Taber Westlake Bros. Cai-dston Alberta Drug Book Co. B. C. Percy BeaL Cranbrook, B. C. Beattie Atchison. Claresholm 0. L- Remecke. Grassy Lake Dr. Tughan. Dirfmond City Dr. D'Arc's drug store. Medicine Hat L. M. Northam. Vancouver, B. World Wide News Co. Minneapolis Brown Brown, 219 4th street. Also on ali C. P. R. trains. soon tire of betas led after false gods." old Joe Cannon, of Illinois. He is getting old and feeble. Cs'o better proof of it is wanted than this state- ment. As Victor Murdock, of Kansas, declared not long ago, the old fellow is a "standstiller." He is a foe to progress. He hangs back, satisfied with conditions as they are and con- tent to allow them to remain un- changed. He does not hear the voice of the people aid if he does lie mere- ly looks upon the voices as Those of insane people. It is well for the United States that its public men are not all of the ilk of Cannon. Roose- velt heard the voice of the people and heeded it, and today he is cursed by the party organization, the interests and the but he is strong among the people and the peo- ple will rule. They will not be boss- ed by the corporations, toy the Aid- riches, who frame a tariff to suit their own pockets, by the Cannons, who do not believe in anti-trust laws, tind the curtailment of the powers of the -rich, or by the Ballingers. who care not for the protection of the resources of the nation acd "rid the public service of such a valued man as Gifford Pinchot. The awakening is at hand and the old time republican bosses are near the The Lethbridye Daily Herald, Tuesday, From Other Sanctums Calgary Much Worried (Calgary News) U'aghoru's Guide gives the popula- tion of Calgary at and a Peo- ria, 111., paper at If the rest of the information contained in these pub licatious is no more reliable, they are fit only for the ash heap. FJT FOR ASYLUM (.Simcoe Reformer) A political party that puts Joe Downey to running an Idiot Asylum and lets R. A. Pyne slash around in charge of the Educational Depart- ment of a Province, is certainly dis- playing some signs of being ready for a trip to Mr, Downey's new field of labor. close of their careers. MINING SCHOOLS The technical commission, in its tour in the Maritime Provinces found pos- sibly the only real technical school system in the in existence in Nova Scotia, One feature of the Nova Scotia system is the coal min- ing schools. The eastern section of .Nova Scotia is largely deroted to mining and these schools are to be found at almost every mining cen- tre. These coal mining schools are sup- ported -by the .-Government, and are entirely free. They have prepared the native -born Scotians to take responsible positions, and have made a -better class of miners. There is no other state .or province that car- ries on coal mining- schools for min- ers. If'the men wort altogether at night, instructors give them instruc- tions in -the day time. These schools like the various schools established 'throughout the industrial centres OUR POINT OF VIEW How about those weeds Get rid of them right away or you will be sorry when you see next year's crop. L-ethbridge should look its -best wnen and his party are here next week. the welcome foe wor- thy of this fine and growing ciry. A VOICE FROM THE NORTH (Olds Gazette) The exhibitions at Lethbridge, Mac- leod and Claresholm didn't look as though lack of rain had any effect up- on them unless it was to make them better than last year. If you want to vote intelligently on plebiscite on commission govern- ment go and hear Mr. Bigelow lec- ture on the question tonight Tbe locomotives, by the appearance of things, will soon be pulling trains over the Cochrane ranch and it will not be long until excursions will be ran to the famous Waterton lakes. A. J. TvIcArthur is likely to be the straight Liberal opponent of E. H. Riley in Gleichen. He is a strong man and as he lives in one of strongholds he is sure to make things lively for the former member in the coming bye election. DAYS THAT ARE GONE (Edmonton Capital) The Toronto Globe reproduces this from its files of fifty years ago under date of August 14: "We have received The Fort Garry Wester of the 28th of July. The Hudson Bay Company's brigade of fourteen boats, with the outfit for the Saskatchewan district points, took its departure for Fort Edmonton from the lower Fort Garry, "under command of Chief Factor William J. Christie, Esq., on the 24th. If the weather is favorable the brigade will arrive at Edmonton about the 20th of Septem- ber." Today a thirty hour railway service j -Winnipeg and -Edmonton is provided and-one of twenty-four hours j is promised at an .early date. This is somewhat of an improvement over the sixty day schedule of Chief Fac- tor Christie's party. Sunday, September 4th Remember this date, as our next excursion leaves Lethbridge the morning of September 4th, and points between Macleod and Calgary afternoon of 3rd net per acire This looks large; but we have letter from prominent grower stating that his cherries yielded this in 1909 and 1910 Come in and let us show you the proof and convince you Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Side not to increase the number of men seeking employment, 'but to increase the efficiency of those already at One of the -complaints operators in this province frequently make is 'that they are forced to supply a great many men in th'e mines, who have no acquaintance whatever -with mining. Whether -the commission now hold- Raymond loses a good citizen by the removal of Dr. Rivers., He gave that town good service as Mayor, The fact, that in the last provincial elec- tion, he polled every vote but one in the entire town, is proof of the nigh regard the people had for Mm. The Winnipeg Telegram has it fixed that Rufus Pope, the discredited of Uompton. Qne., is to be the -Conserva- tive leader in Alberta. Tis sad to think that this great party hag to im- port an outsider to lead its following when it has right in its midst such an able young man as Richard B. Ben- 1910 promises to 'be a year that will ing its investigation into technical ed- j never .be forgotten. -Who will ever n-cation, places the on the Dominion or the provinces, it is to -be hoped -that such schools will be established in this province. They would ibe of great benefit to the min- ers in making them efficient enough to fill more responsible positions than they are "-able to fill now. and they shou'd also be helpful to the opera- "frs in getting competent men. LETHBRIDGE'S EXCEPTIONAL POSITION General Superintendent Price's com- ment to the effect that Alberta is not wholly dependent upon agricul- ture as is Saskatchewan, particularly applies to that section of Alberta trib- utary to Lethbridge. Many people for- get the wealth produced -by our coal every year the producing mines are increasing. We now have within sight of the city four mines, C and Xo. 6 of the A. R. I. the Royal Collieries and the Diamond mine, employing many men and producing a great amount of coal Wblle we feel the effects of a short crop we are much better off than places like Moose Jaw, j Kegina and Saskatoon would be with nothing else but agriculture produc ing their wealth. Lethbridge's title to the name of the of Canada is already assur- ed. Round about us new mining pro- perties are feeing developed and in a few years the Chinook and Lethbridge Collieries will be producing much coal and giving employment to many men. Then we have smaller mines at the present time employing quite a num- of men and adding considerably to the pay roll, which eventually reaches tae merchants of this city. Lelabridge has "no need to worry its present or future. forget, the exceptional dry season, the forest fires with their 'heavy toll of death and destruction of valuable tim- ber, the plagues of cholera in Rus- sia and Italy, the political eruptions in the United. States and Alberta., and j the death of King Edward? What oth er year ias been packed so full with events so unusual and in most instan ces, so disastrous. There has always ibeen considerable jealousy between Red Deer and La- combe. Evidence of it appears in a wrangle over Red Deer being chosen as the place for the Laurier meeting in the Red Deer constituency. The -Lacombe Globe says It was held there because Dr. Clark, -M. P., wanted to strengthen himself in a town that went against him in the last election. He could afford to pass over Lacombe, it further remarks, because it would- n't be In his constituency nest time. Any one who knows Dr. Clark, knows that he would not resort to such pet- ty tactics. He is too big a man for that. The mlllenlum will be at hand when these two towns cease quarrel- Ing. CANNON, THE STANDSTILLER "Kansas just can't help doing .things once in so often." he said. "They first talked of populism and then combined free silver and populism. 'Now it has JusurgentiUs. When a movement starts in Kansas it just keeps rolling ing along until it comes up with a short jerk. Kansas always repents its 'sins, however. .The state recovered from its former attacks.and will soon throw off its present malady. You can't keep on fooling the people. They} may listen to a few howlers for a This is Worth Money 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 RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Satisfactory Drug Acadla Block, St. Day and Night Phont SSI Night Bell DlsptnMr. A forlorn looking man was brought a magistrate for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. asked "what he had to say for himself he gazed pensively at the judge, smooth- j ed down a remnant of gray hair and "Your Honor. "Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands, mourn. I'm not as debased as Swift. as profligate as Byron, as dissipated as Poe or as debauched "That will do." thundered the mag- istrate. "Thirty days." And, officer, take a list of those names and run 'em in. They're as bad as he is." Slightly Confused All- of us become confused and all of us mix language sometimes, but the peroration of an old negro preach- er's sermon was thei greatest confu- sion of metaphors I ever heard, says had reached lus "23d and Lastly he wound up by the follow- ing elaborate figure: "Everywha, bred'en. we see de Al- mighty all -down untrodden paths of time, -we see de footprints of de Almighty hand." MORNINGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge and a month NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge XEW GROCERY Carrying a Pull Line o? Groctries, Ten, and Tobaccoi THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Managtr) Baronets Ar- lington Hotel The Office of Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now On Redpath St. Opposite Methodist Church D raying done on abort notice HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: The Waddington- Stuckey Company Dealers .in AH Kinds of HAY GRAIN 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 A SALES YD SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 St. LETHRRIDGE'S LEADING HORSESHOERS Track Shoeing a specialty. Special attention 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 Fine Opening For a Yeung Man (Youth's Companion) "Yes, said Mrs. llalcne, to the old friend who was picking up tEe threads of family history, "My Bobby, he's traveling with a circus now." "Pretty nard work isn't in LEGAL JOHNSTONE A ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Letabxidite. L.M Johnstone; J- Norman Eitchle. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners, Conybeare Block, Lethbridfe, Alta SIMMONS Barristers quired the interested caller. "Never a bit of returned the proud mother of Bobby. "He's living a gentleman, he is hands in his pockets, as ye might say for it's a handsome salary he gets, and every blessed thing he has to do' is to lay feiis head in the lion's mouth a mat- :er o' some two or three times a day or In the Public Eye The King's Real Name (Brockville Times) "How many people know what Kin; George's real surname is? asks >L A.P. "If his majesty were to be depriv of all his titles and reduced to the rank of commoner, he would be Known simply as Mr. Wettin. The counts of Wettin were the founders of the Prince Consort's ancient jbtouse of Saxe-Cobourg. -The Prince Consort's name was Wettin, just as Queen Vic- toria's was by birth a Guelph, and. she became a Wettin on her marriage Thus the present King's real name is George Wettin. "However, the and title which will actually be given to his majesty on the forthcoming new coinage will be "Georglus V. Dei .Gratia, Britan- narum JRex, Fidei Defensor, Indae Im- perator." "It is -too long for the coinage, but this is how 'the Icing's full' style, and Itle goes as corrected to date, j "George the Fifth, by the Grace ot God of .the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the British Dominions bekond the Seas, King, De- fender of the Faith, Emperor of India. Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices In Canadian Bank Of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Slmmonsr S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Barrister. Solicitor, Notary. Block. Room 14. Stafford POAPST DUN Solicitors and Notarise. loan. Southard Block. MEDICAL DR. W. 5. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 aon.; 3-3; 7-8 D.m. Office 814 Bed path street, ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS WM.T. WILLIAMS Architect WMi ney Block. Late of .Williams' Bros Ajchitecta. Betroii. Architect. Whitney Biocfr. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W D. accountant. Audits, liquidations, general acoonn' Ing ,and advice thereon. Acadla Block. Lfcthbridge, Room Block. Redpatb itre Lethondge. Block. Architect. Sherlock R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., aician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Of- fice, Douglas block, Westminster Eoad. Residence 320- Wallwork St Phone 476. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., 1st, Eye, Ear, Nooe and Ttarwrt, Stafford Block, Lrtttbrttge. Office hours: 9.30-12 M pum.; 7-8 p.m. Offlce Phooe 341; Resi- dence 593. DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Macdonald BIk, Phone 1071. E. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and I SoatM.rd Block; Monty to Lou. DR. J.A. and Sur- geon, Accoucher. Office aad resi- dence 1210 Courtland- St. Phoae 1246. SMITH solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Round Street. R. Andrew Smith, B. A.., L. L. B.; John J. Cam- eron, L.LJJ. MEDICAL. and Sur- geon. Bryan Block, Room 21. Office hours, 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone 567. KesMence 425 Bartlett St Phone 521. Office 2-5; 7-9. Phone 1241. H M A W. A. WHIQDINGTON- J WATTS-Builder and Con- tractor Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5; Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512 SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, B.A.Sc._Dominion Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phona W H. YOUNG, B.A.SC--Dom. Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. T. K. and Build- er given on kind, of buildings; nothing too tmaii noth- lag too large. Box 516; offlo. 1260 Courtland street. CONCRETE WORK-Orders crete made to detail Con- blocks and fcrfck always on H. J. Goode Co. Concrete 523 Smith St., CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall It open to let for dances, parties, banquets, Best floor in city, steam .heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties -wishing to engage ap- ply to J BL Kellle, Western Co. Annie David- son, dresismaking and ladies' tailor- ing. First class work and latest style. Every satisfaction given. Ad- dress 965 Ashmead Street, Duff Ad- dition. 213-26 THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. UNDERTAKING DOCTOR Bt 9 a.in.; 2-3; 7-8. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Otrtce Phome 319; Residence DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accouchtfc Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.JO. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 1-5. Phone 463. T. S. FETTER Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses. E-rlora open day and night at four doors west of Post Office. Excluslre agency for the Calgary SommerrMe Marble Co Phone 561. MUS.'C MADAM NORMAN-Orchestral iste. At liberty for engagements dances, operatic, dramatic and vau- deville ln ,janof0rte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach er of dancing. 622 Crabb SL 14J-O DR. Md Surg- eon BIctolxMlMUB Modk: SM; 41t BtTMt; PIMM Ofc OR. J. C. Physi- cian and Snrgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Comer Redpttt and Qlyn. Hours: Till t; 11-1; S-6; 7-9. Till 10; 14; f.JO-I.JO Phone day and night 1141. R. G. Director k Embalmer. Graduate of San fran- cisoo college, and Cincinnati college, latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and set up; all work strictly under the. charge ot R. G. Addlson. Lady In attendance. Office, 321 Craftb street, Phone 682. vn, given to voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As sociated Board of Royal Acad- emy and Royal College of Music. 710 Courtland St. Phone 420. OF Depiptment, summer Queenie Tabor, late of. Acacha Seminary, N. 3., and pupil of Regicwald, will have charge of the summer course in piano and theory For terms address Conservatory of Music, 90 Ashmead, corner Bompas .Street. Lethbridge Caledonian Society Meets Caledonian Hall, G-lyn St., Mon- days and Thursdays, from 8 till 10.30 p.m. All Scotsmen welcome. J. B. Gibbon, A. L. Johnston, President. Secretary, Box 500. NURSING VSavi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street Hours 10-12 a. m., 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Annie" Llngard. manager. P. O. Box 2061. Phone 1236. 178-0 H. C. C. SALMON is prepared to ceive pupils n Piano aftd Theory. Candidates prepared for London, Eng., and Toronto Examinations 1213 Bompas street. P. O. Box lit" Phone 1162. Uratc Saturday! K. r. Hall o'clock. brethren are cordially J. McBRIDE 8HTOLT W F GTJ3. NEXDIG, W; g MANICURING, ETC. MISS V. goods, hairdressing, manicure, combings made up, orders taken tor Spirilla corsets. Acadla Blk., Redpatb St, Lethbridge. 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-oi PHONE THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. and Hot Htatlnt and Workshop at ft, [F. T. Robing C. McCLURt KNAPMAN W. Presidwl LODGE PRiDE OF ALBERTA, i No. Sou of EngJaDl jenefit Society In the Oddfellowi' every flnt and third 91 month at R fa. For full par- appry A. J. Warren, Box 17.