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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lf thhridye Daily floiald. Friday. August 20, 1010. Established December, ,1807. published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful even- ing at its offics, 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, Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered ......35c Daily, one year, by 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 Six months, in advance ..........75c Three months, in advance .......50c THE DAILY HERALD on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book j Store, J. G-. Robertson Co., Johnston Jae3sson, Alexandra Hotel. and-Co., R, W. Hamil- ton. Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fern J e- B. Seal. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L, Reinecke. Grassy Tughan. Diamond D Arc's drug store. Medicine M, Northam- Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. I Brown, 219 4th street. Also on all C. P. FL trains. robes of the family and friends of the deceased and .fill with be worn till the previously discarded garments; out of fashion and so have 'become use- less. It is as unbecoming to one ab- sorbed in grief to question the ibills for.mourning garments as bills for an expensive coffin and appropriate de- corations. Many a loving mother must feel a keener sorrow at leaving her children to know that in their effort to testify to the genuineness of 'their affection they roust cover themselves with a pall for many months. On the poor the burden fulls with especial weight, for they are apt to think they can at least afford to disregard the claims of custom, 'me worthiest tri- bute to the dead is increased effort on tlie part of those who nave loved to add to the happiness of the living. OUR POINT OF VIEW Chown is in every way splendid- ly qualified for the high position the Methodist church .has elected him to. -ae first thing we know some ia- quisirive ratepayer be asking if the City Engineer is going to use the sream shovel for ao auiomobile. Xex: year Lethbridge should have the provincial fair and there is every possibility that the award it to this city. winter is knocking at their door. 'Let us see, theres are over a dozen churches here and one is opened to- Good Features About It (Peterboro Review) Methodists may make a change. Tho parsons are now stationed for four years. It may made eight. That will -be good news for the par- times. It will also "be good news for the individual "church Bui when a dead par- son, whose" face is as long as his prayers, gets into a church of live ones, its apt to be tlie parson, and when a live parson gets into a church of dead ones, its liable to get >too interesting to the dead ores. The "move on" system in the Methodist church is not with- out its good points. Side Its Advantage (Chicago Xews) is -the main advant ase of. Ruff's new shaving soap? ics smarts the face so much thru the pain caused by the pullest razor can't be felt The Italian King -says the Dread- nought mania is foolish and at the same time he witnesses the launching of one of these modern battleships for the Italian navy. government will Up-to-Date (Puck.) Rich what is .the result? advertising1 chem- ists have carefully examined the pros- pectus of the Goldbrick Mining com- pany and say that it shows about five per cen-t. traces of veracity. GET PROVINCIAL FAIR It is understood 'that work on the new exhibition grounds will be pro- ceeded -with this fall. The construc- tion of the buildings will give employ- ment to many and will also -assure the fair board thai -the buildings will be substantially rushed to as might be the case if left over until spring: A suggestion nas -been, made that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will find the Americans of this district are satisfied with the country and its form of gov- ernment They are going to tell him so when he is here next. week. 0. S. Crockett, the Xew Brunswick Tory 31. P., says. "Perhaps I am fatuous "but I believe the more Sir Wilfrid stumps.the country the bet- ter for the Conservative party." Oh.. yes. the better it helps the Conserva- tive party to stay in opposition. AM in the Family (Puck.) Admiral's course, my dear, like all seafaring men, my hus- 'band occasionally uses rather vehe- ment language." Rector's but you get used to it just as a clergy- man's wife gets used to doing with- -Duncan Campbell Scott, seems to be fond of talking to the newspapers the new grand stand should -be made! otherwise he would not have given an of steel and if the cost is at -all rea- interview .telling of an awful Indian sonable, that is the material which spree at 'Lethbridge. based on nothing except imagination, Mr. Scott is something of an author and evident- should be used. TUe public would, be Car better satisfied an-d the safety of the people would be guaranteed. Again the stand .would last a lifetime, where- as a "wooden structure might have 10 be rebuilt frequently. The provincial fair should be se- cured for Lethbridge next year. It .would be a proper op- ening of the new would also be a recognition of the south and of .the Lethbridge fair, which has (lone much, to develop agriculture in uiis part of the province: THE EXODUS FROM CANADA ly he is fond of fiction. Xo greater problem faces the gov- ernments of the "United States and Canada than of the for- est areas. The loss of timber by fire this year has been immense. The most thorough system of forest ranging and the enforcement of strict laws in regard to underbmshing are needed and must be adopted. party effi- people." Nothing truer was ever uttered and still a great many politicians do not see it that way. The politician. tMnks of his country first and .Ms party af- terward, is the best friend of the peo- ple. Theodore Roosevelt preaches che right doctrine when he declares. "I hold that the only way in which a White the American newspapers are serve endeavoring to frighten the farmers par1y is ,bv helping. of the United States away from West-r era Canada by telling them that! Americans who -had settled in the j 'A-est, are returning home, disgisted with the a former governor of the state of. Washington, Watson K. Squires, -tells the-truth about the situation, to a Toronto newspaper re- porter. i "Is it 'true that Americans who have! settled in the Canadian west have i discouraged with the country! 'and 'have gone asked the re-j r-orrer, "No, certainly emphatically de-1 v tared the ex-Governor. "Why, -we can't hold our people back from the 'Canadian Wheat Reids. They only come back to -get their families, and then go Canada Now let the American papers, who have been edited by Ananais. for the past few months, give publicity to that interview. It states the truth Not Accepted. She was very fond of lobster. She would wish it frequently When she would go After the show To have a bite with me. Yes. -she was fond of lobster. Almost excessively. Till I proposed, sne disclosed That she excepted me. T.E.M. From Other Sanctums No One Needs to Walk (Calgary Xews) Surely Calgary will welcome the ex- tension of its street railway system to SS miles or even to 13S miles. Another Joshua (Boston Herald) A good story is told of a United States judge of the southern district of Georgia "who had 'before his court on one occasion a typical mountain- eer on the typical Georgia charge of "illicit distilling." "What's your demanded the jurist, "Joshua, Jedge.? drawled the pris- oner. "Joshua, who made the sun stand stiUT" smiled the judge in amuse- ment at the laconic answer. Joshua, who maae the answered the quick-wit- ted mountaineer. And it is needless to add that the judge made the sentence as light as possible. 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 acre This looks large, but we have letter from prominent grower stating that his cherries yielded this in 1909 and 1910 Come m and let us show you the proof and convince you Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 MORNINGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge i ISO per NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVEB BLOCK Lethbridge The Office of Riplcy Transfer Co. IB Now On ftedpath St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on short MAY AND CHAIN FOR SALE The Waddiiigton- 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 SALES SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St. I ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Whii ney Block. Late of Williams Broa Architects. Betroii. LEGAL In the Public Eye Generous Peterfaoro (Peterboro Review) Some days ago the Review announ- ced that It would receive contribu- tions for the Campbelltown. N. B.. sufferers. The money to be forwarded and an atom of truth now and agai j through the bank of Nova Scotia. The in certain newspapers across the line, response was noteworthy. One -thous- wouldn't be out of place. THE COST OF BEREAVEMENT The cost of bereavement has for a long time 'been -the subject of much but there has been no gen- eral acceptance of any movement to j reduce it. The in a recent issue discussing this subject said: "The will of Lady ilargaret Morell ilacKenzie, which, was recently proba- ted in London, bequeathed to 'her chil- dren not ouly her fortune, but the memory of unselfish love inseparable from her death. She wrote in. her will: "Waea I die I hope my chil- dren will wear as little 'olack as pos- sible. White or mauve I like, but aoi black. And I taey not shut themselves cpr but go out among their friends and to places of I zzi zot afraid of their forgetting rae, I them to be and dollars was raised in a rwinkling One hundred once more. One dollar. NO NOT ONE LOU- SY DOLLAR. We are fine spirited, t'ice hearted people in Peterborough. They are homeless in Campbellton, homeless and wretched, iomeless and At other day of the a Ssid'wu philanthro- pist. ner, awl rela- tives asd hats because tiss for whom ther Biased try their lore had regarded Breeds" at f tmerals as pagsa rasfeftr Cbris- tian, Such, inataaofej act TEseomnion, but they iaalce against the pressure make peo- ple act foolishly they are ex- cited >by emotion. DreaemaJrers and milllaers follow close oil the heels of I tne undertaker to sweep out ward-! 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 our "best advertisement and we have many of them. THE EED CKOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath ftt Day and Night Ml Nljjht Picture Framcr. When Laurier Met Rohlin (Toronto Saturday Night) Although it was not on the schedule of the Prime Ministers Western tour. Sir Wilfrid Laurier did meet Hon. R. P. RoMn, the Premier of Manitoba, during Sir Wilfrid's brief and event- ful visit to Winnipeg. Sir Wilfrid tv-as passing doirn 'the 'banquet hall of the Royal Alexandra Hotel one eve- ning after dinner, when his face sud- denly became wreathed in his well- known and most engaging smile. Step- ping- over to a. table where -two gentle men were dining he grasped -the hand of one of them, exclaiming: "How do you do, Mr. The diner leapt to his feet and grasping the hand of the Prime Minister, said: "Why, how do you do, Sir After a few friendly sentences two noted poli- tical antagonists parted. The friendly incident was witnessed -by many of the guests at the hotel, and occasioned quite a lot of interest. JOHNSTONE ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Jonnstone; J. Norman Eitchie. CONY8EARE. CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. Alta MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Aecoucher. 9 2-3; 7-3 o.ra. Office 914 Rra path street, phone 1253. Block. Room s JAS. A. Macdcnaid Block, Sedpath Lethbridpp. Alts. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.S.A.A.. M.R. A., A. A. I. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241, LIFE-LONG LOVE STORY Bride in Scotland Dies in Haven at Toronto Toronto, Aug. death of Janet Anderson In the Haven on Mon- day at the age of 92, 'brought to a close a true love story. Janet was born in Perthshire, Scot- land, in ISIS. Her father, Samuel Small, fought at Waterloo: When she was twenty-two years of age her lover, a young man named Anderson, came to Canada. Soon he forgot his first lore and married. Later Janet followed his example, a few years found them widower and widow. About the year 1875 Janet came to and the now middle-aged lov- ers followed on their early intentions and were married. Not yet were their troubles at an end. A separa- tion was nest In order. More years passed, and the husband, taken ill, once more called for ihls wife. She took him to her ihome and nursed him till his death. Again the aged Janet had to work ifor her liv- ing until, in. her 87th year, she found a home In the Haven. Her death came at tlie axe of 92. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money tc loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmonf S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Boom 14. Starfforc Biock. POAPST DUN Solicitors and Money ta loan. Southard Block. E. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 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.LJB. MEDICAL DR. and Sur- geon. Bryan Block, Room 21. Office ho.urs, 9-12; 2-5; 740. Phoae 658. DOCTOR 9 a.m.: 2-3; 7-8. DR. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. Office Phone 319; Residence 1090. DH. C. C. Surgeon. Accoucher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- pam. Hours, 11-1J; J-4; 7-8JO. DR. GARNET T. grad- of Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A.. sician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Of- fice. Douglas block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St. Phone. 476. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, -Lathbrldge, Alta. Office hours: S.30-12 a.m.; 2-5; 7-8 p.m. Office 'Phon-e. 341; Resi- dence 593. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block L'cth- fridge. Phone 1438. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryar, Block- Phone 426. P. O. Boz 512" 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. DR. J.A. and Sur- geon, Accoucher. Office and resi- dence 1210 Courtland St Phone 1246. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St Phone 521. Office hours, 10-12; I 2-5; 7-9. K. and Build- er, estimates given on all Mnda of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Boz 515; office 1260 Courtland street. LETHBRIDGE'S LEADING HORSESHOERS Tool Dressing- Repairing- Woodwork C. N. FISHER FURMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Dufferin CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D, accountant Audits, liquidations, general acooun' ing ,and advice thereon. Acadia Block, Lfettbridee, Alta. SURVEYING J; F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 9 Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. 104' W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Engineer- Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage. Irrigation, Plans, Estimates, etc., etc 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 143S DE LA and Mining Engineer; Irrigation Engin- eer; Dominion Land Surveyor Room 211, Sherlock Building. CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall is open to let or dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en In connection, all modern convea- encea. Parties wishing to engage ap- ly to J Co H. Kelile, Western Plumbing DRESSMAKING MISS ANNIE DAVIDSON Drssmaker Ladies' Tailor. 'irst Class Work and Latest Styles. Every" satisfaction given. 965 Ashmead Street. Duff Addition. .0. Bos 1334. 215-24 CONCRETE ed for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detalL Con- crete blocfia and brick always on hand. H J. Goode Co., Concrete Factory 023 Smith St, Phone 1344 MUSIC THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPlTAi. Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. MADAM plan iste. At-liberty for engagements dances, operatic, dramatic and vau- deville. Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lad? (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St 143-Q JOHN R. Solici- tor, etc., Hill Block, Room 4, Redpatb St. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTER Director and Embalmer. White and black hearses. Parlors open day and night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co Phone 561. DR. Ml eoft offlcc BICtttlMtttti S3S: 41t I Bnrg- OR. J. E. Phyil and Surgeon. Electric and I- rmy treatment; Office Room If Sherlock Building. Corner Redpftlt and Gtyn. TUI 11-U S-fi; Sundays: Tin 10; 1-4; S.iO-tJO Phone toy amd nif ht 1141. R. G. ADD I Director Embalmer. Graduate or Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest mtttbooi or embalming; black and wMte funeral can; told and dp; all work itrlctly under the charge of R. G. Addlson. Lady in attendance. Office, 321 Lethbridge; Phone W2. Mr. J. W. given In 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 E HBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF Piano Department, summer Miss 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 NURSING Vlavi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street Hours 10-15, a. m., 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Annie Llngard, manager. P. O. Box 2061. Phone H. C. C. SALMON U prepared to ceive paplla im Piano and Theory. Candidates prepared for London, and Tornnta 1213 Bompaa street BoVlli 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 4tt MR. G. V. Certifi- cate Trinity College, London, Eng- land, receives pupils for the piano- forte, singing and theory of music. Terms on application, 633 CutblU St. P. 0. Bo 327, MANICURING, ETC. MISS V. goods, hairdressing, manicure, combings made up, orders taken for Spirilla corsets. Acadia Blk., Redpath St., Lethbridge. 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. Box 500. liUArMgi teric Ho. 131 tfeeti fin Saturday! IB K. of f Hall at I o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially J. McBRIDB SHmLT, W.F GUS. NEtDIG, W. 8. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. Sons of hgliiii Benefit Society Meets In tbe Hall every first and third the montb at I For Coll par- Ucniara appiy F. T. Robins, W. A. J., Box It, ;