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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tfce Lethbrtdytt Daily Wednesday, August 24, J910. The Dally Herald Established December, 1M7. publUhed by the Lethbrtdte Herald Publishing Co., Ltd.. every lawful even- iag at Its office, Crabb Street, ieth- fcridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor. PHONES: and News Department Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered ......35c Daily, one year, by mail Daily, nix by Daily, three months, by mail.....85e 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 news of the .week, local and district One >Tear, in advance Six months, in advance Three months, in advance .......50c THE DAILY HERALD IP 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. N Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. BeaL Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Rernecke. Grassy Tughan, Diamond D Arc's drug store, Medicine M. Jfortham. Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. OUR POINT OF VIEW A week from today is Laurier day. Get rid of the weeds and make Leth-bridge a city -beautiful. Southern Alberta homesteads are so valued -that even a woman will com- mit perjury to get one. The. St. Louis man who carried around a store in his stomach must have been afraid of the tax collector. should put on its "best average man does not know which to do first. The forecasters who eaid that a comet year was a queer one as a rule were -better prophets than the average weather prophet. bib and tucker" next week. when Laurier is here Three men at Trail, B. C., were lined for fighting. That's near- ly as expensive as Reno. Side ember 4th A Methodist church discipline with- out a footnote will leave the elnirch no one to discipline. Alberta may yet find a market Kg horseflesh in France, just as its oeef goes to Britian for consumption by the judges of good meat thefre. Southern Alberta has no need to be alarmed when in an unusually dry year it raises enough wheat to the local -demand. Where They Should Spend Summtr From Life Kgoists should go to ...........ME. catholics should go -to ......MASS. Headers sHould go to ___.-... CQJCN. Suitors should so to ...........PA. invalids should so to ........M .Debtors Should go to ............O. should go to .......ILL. Arithmeticians should go to .TBN1X. Voung Men should go to ......MISS. Noah should go to ............ARK. .Miners should go to ..........ORE. Laundresses should go to WASH. The Owen Sound Herald man threat ens to publish the names of all girls under 14 found on >the streets at night. Publicity -can't 'be beaten and may ev- en put. the girls to shame. A recent speech of Hon. A. J. Bal- lour in the British. House of Com- mons on the CMl List was notable Brown, 219 4: street. Also on all C. P. R. GROWTH OF THE C. N. R. MacKenzie Mann in the condue of their railway enterprises have ihad remarkable due in great way to the general developmen of the country. Bright, progressiv men that they are they 'have taken ad vantage of the development, not on ly. in the west -but in the ease. The> aave acquired old roads and are .build- ing -new 'lines in .practically every province of the Domioion, and alto- gether they SOT thousand miles tnirteen years .ago the gross of the small mileage they then pos sessed in Manitoba reached onlj This year -they expect the grand total to be This is an evidence of the growth of Canada tn recent years and- the enterprise of two of the world's greatest railroad possess about five of railroad. Only NOTHING IN THE REPORT if, as Duncan Campbell 'Scott alleg- es, 55 Indians were arrested for drunk- enness during the Lethbridge fair, there must toe a number of -white men in that -city who are not in the least afraid to sell liquor to the redskins. TJiis is a reflection on the Lethbridge police and Mr. Scott's charges merit than a casual Calgary News. If what Mr. Scott stated in Calgary correct, it certainly would foe a reflection on the Lethbridge police. However, it is not true and therefore the Lethbridge. police are not open to criticism, The police of this -city keep a vigi- lant eye on the Indians and other visitors at the fair and considering che immense crowds in attendance the city -was as orderly as a local option town 4s supposed to be. The'j Indians, who did break the law, and they were limited to less than half a dozen, were punished and made to realize that the offence was serious. Lethbridge police make the Indians keep the law, not only at fair time ibut at all times they visit the city. They also make every effort to punish t2ie parties who sell liquor to the red men, and usuallv succeed. jfor a singular phase. This country, he said, would not sink into chaos if it became a republic, but he (believes that without the Crown the Empire would sink into chaos. The Montreal Herald man, travel- ling with Sir Wilfrid Laurier, is on 2 of the -best informed men on politics and public men. As much has been published lately to indicate that Ron. Frank Oliver is losing his grip on Ed- monton, what the Herald reporter has to say of 'the Edmonton meeting is Interesting and proves that the Minister of the Interior, is still strong in the city he has lived in for so long. He says: "New interest has -been lent to the tour by the presence of Premier Sifton and the Hon. Frank Oliver, whooe strong personalities aie making a marke-i impression on the Mr. Oliver's stiff-backed .ntegrity plainly commands the gen- eral confidence here." Remembered His Manners Kven the brightest boy in the class can be scared into stupidity. 'Answers' relates what one such replied to his examiner. "You boy over in the cried the man behind the desk. The ;boy over in the corner shot up like a bole. "Answer continued the exam- iner. "Do we eat flesh of the faltered the scholar. "And pursued the examiner, "do we do with the "F-please, responded the boy, "we 1-leave -them on the s-sides of our Nothing but the Truth The Irish foreman of a western fac tory had considerable 'trouble with a Swedish employee because lat ter's stupidity. [Finally .he discharged the Swede, but he was too.good na tured to refuse folm a letter of recom mendation. Being somewhat of a di plomatist, the Celt couched the letter in the following terms: "This man 'has worked for me for one week. I am 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 acre 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 In the Public Eye From Other Sanctums A BOUQUET (Uaresholm Re-rfewl The able agriculturalist who edits he Macleod says the larm- 5rs have not been represented in the .egislaiure in .th epast. Wnit dr.es t mean? It can only mean that pre- members from Macleod were all or the town and. stood lurking in the he dark to stick -the knife into the armers. What do the town voters think of the proposition? We feel ure the farmers will spurn the sug- estion. TORY TRIBUTES TO MINISTE-R OF LABOR A section of the Conservative press .led by the Toronto Mail and Empire, whose aim is ever directed towards .attacks on members of the Liberal -government, endeavored to belittl-e HOE. Mackenzie King's efforts cowards I'ae settlement of recent Grand Trunk strike, However, there were Conservative papers honest enough and fair enough to give Mr. King the credit that lie entitled to. The Ottawa Citizen says: Hon. Mr. Mackenzie King's course in connec- tion with the settlement of -this, the most important labor difficulty since ce took office, has been judicious and cacttul. He is 'all -the more deserving of credit in that he had no precedents to guidje him, and some doubt seemed to exist as to the function of a Min- ister of Labor in the face of a crisis that threatened a serious dislocation o? 'business and much loss to -the pub- lic, as well as to the corporation in- volv'ed and its employees. d-rilMifrk was as follows: Worthy of comment attitude of Hon. Mackenzie iiing, Minister of Labor. Stepping in. wftere the average political angel would have feared to tread, this pub- lic servant showed ihimself to be a -true servant of the public, and while today gives credit to Sir Fred 3otden for the actual settlement of th-e strike, those who nave followed the course of events will be excused if they pass over the Minister of Mil- ma, and place .the wreath of cojnniexx- who is making hosts of friends -wherever he goes by dint of equal reliance on good humor and sood sense, jcie nearly always speaks last just after Sir Wilfrid and it is always amusing to watch the- audience, which satisfied and ready to go home, gradually settles down and unthinkingly -decides to stay. Mr. Graham loves to give rein to his na- tural propensity -for humor. At the most unexpected moment when he is talking in the most serious vein, he is apt to slip in a comment that just falls short of the ludicrous the point being, as often as not directed against himself. But there is an old saying that a man talks what he is, and'as "Mr. Graham as at base a serious mind- ed public man, really and Intensely about the problems of Can- adian natural development he is never misunderstood, never written down as a mere entertainer. He has a great- asset dn a powerful, throaty voice of great carrying power. One reason everybody stays to hear him is that everybody can near him. At Saint Albert the meeting was held down in a valley, the hills rising from all sides. The motor -car on which I rode there had slipped a tire just as we got -to Bishop Legal's college, which is on a hill top a good quarter of a mile from the meeting place. In natural solici- tude my host and I -went up there when The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge Down and a month NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities G6. Lethbridge The Office of RIpley Transfer O. Now Ol Bedpath St. Opposite Methodlit HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: The Waddington- Stuckey Company ;in All 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 SALES YD SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St. meeting drew towards a from the farthest point I hear distinctly every syllable of what Mr. Graham was saying. When I remark- ed it he said he didn't tfrtp> he .was .speaking very loud. He wasn't, but the voice has .the carrying power and the distinct enunciation helps. The West is full of Ontario people and every town of any size there are scores of them who know some intimate- ly, more through his visits to all parts of the province since he entered poli- tics. As I have tried to make clear an other mesages Mr. Graham lias grown stature ever since he began this tour. He" does all things easily, speaks, more and more as with au- thority, but never for a moment, even in his most formal appearences, loses that engaging air of being engaged in personal, deferential conversation with each of those in whose presence he is. As to matter, he has been kept rather close to the grinding stone of trans7 portation, but from that centre has taken a wide range. He preaches con- sistently the mutual interest of East and West and ly to J E. Kellle, Western Plumbing CONCRETE execut ed for cement aidewalfca, and other concrete work. Art stone alllg and llntela made- to detafl. Con- crete blocks and ferlck always on hand. H. J. Goode Co Factory 523 .Smith St, PhoS 1344 MADAM plan Iste. At liberty for dances, operatic, dramatic and. ran deville. Pupils taken in and voice culture. Cello by a lad> (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach of dancing. 622 Crabb St 14S-O Mr. j. w. given In voice cultivation, organ and ;piano forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As sodated Board of Royal Acad emy and Royal College of Music ?lf Courtland St, Phone 420 LETHB3IDGE CONSERVATORY OF Department, summer Queenie Tabor, late" of Acadia Seminary, N, S., and pupil of Reginwald, will.hare charge of the summer course in piano and theory. For terms address Conservatory of Music, 90 Ashmead, corner Bompas Street R. G. Director Cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral can; and eet up; all work under the cnarge of R. G. Addlson. Lady In attendance. Offlce, 321 Crabb street, Lech bridge; Phone 682. NURSING DR. J, E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Corner RedpatJ" and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 1M; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone