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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tilc Lethbridg^ Paily HcraU, ^Jonda.y, Aujfiist 20,1910. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ks-TABi-iei-iEo oeocMsen 1907 Publishedthe Lethbridgre Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., e^ery lawful eveninefat its ofHce, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, M.\xaoixg Dikectob and Editor PHONE: Editorial, Raportorial, News Dept. 1052 and PHONE: Advertising Circjiation and Job. Deptt. 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered.......$4.00 C months, delivered ...... $2.00 S months, delivered.....Sl.OO 1 month, delivered.......35c 1 year, by mall........13.00 6 months, by mall,',..,.,..$1.75 3 months, by mall........85c Aldresses chansed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in advance......$1.50 I 3 months. In advance .....50c 6 months, in advance"....75a | THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Ltthbridse-Red Cross Drug & Book Store, J. G. Robertson & Co., Johnston & Jackson, Alexandra Hotel. Macleod-Young & Co.,R.�W. Hamilton. Pincher Crtek-E. J. Mitchell, D. L. SIcCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardtton-Alberta Drug & Book Co. Fernlt,B. C-Percy, Beal. Cranbroek, 8. C-'Beattie & Atchison, Clarashelm-o. L. Reinecke. Gratty Lake-Dr.?T,ugham. Diamond City-Dr. O'Arc's Drug'Store. Medicint'Hat-L. M. Northam Vancouver, B. C.-World Wide News Co. Minneapolii-Brown & Brown 219 4th St. Alto on aire. P. R. trains. SUN FIRE The oldeat Inscrance Office In the world roVNOBO A.D. 1710 . BI.CBNTENAKY {�10 Home OrpiCEt London. England , OMadlam Braach. Smm Bnlldlai. Toronto, H. M. BiackbarB. Maaaiar. Whv he so rude and election in .Macleod before RobertfPatterson has'completed his canvassing tour. the peanut politics as has been broach od.'andlwe know them personally. As-we>areifully aware that not a few;of Hiley.'s admirers and supporters are anxious' to' learn from. him With the PresbyterianrC,cnerai.As-j�"e� that.he does not �>utttena�cc sembl.v and the .Methodist General Conference.committed to the basis:of union it looks*.as tliougli theseigreat Protestant ciiurches.would join hands.' Olds has'.a Board of Trade wifli a clerg>man on the council, He sets' a good.example,by the material^as well as the moral welfare of the'community. such iriv'il matters. TheiCal!, offers Mr.;Riley the {opportunity of so stat Ingjln.these c(jlumn'8. t : Side Lights :: She.Was Jealous .Mrs. Winks-"Are you .going .to.tske this summer, 'Mrs.' a European trip binks?' A fee.of twenty-five cents was charged to: hear"^R.'L. Borden speak at Glace Br.y. B. C, Evidently they 1 Binks-"Well, I should say are starting to raise a carai>algn fund'ipo^- I had enough o� liXiropean trips down there. Quebec province has a surplus ol almost a million dollars this year. It is hardly worth mentioning that its affairs are administered by a Liberal government. A; FRIEND OF � The Calgary Albertan very proper ly gives creditvto President Bckstorm Of the WesterniCansda League for his disciplining ofthe Edmonton and tietbbridge , clubs pre�entjte(nd�ncy?.to;make education, in;:the .piMilic and high schools and*the uhlVereitl-jsia^prac-tical means' of ieamlng/a. Hvlngtiii any walk of life. Thay hold that the-duty oC the 8Cbools;azitl,oollege8^1s to:give a cultural educatlonvto.flt the youth of the country "to'become j versed in literature and science a�d to allow them to make vwhatever practic:^ application they can afterwards. They Larguo that they add their parents tande a success of' the practical af-lalrs of life and received *only a ei�?rjr. Jdrk'to'do. The EDUCATIONAL CHANGES " tndiistries of the women were'exceedingly varied. They, had charge of the Jffower .and�vegetable j gardens, of thejpoultry.jand of all the dairy work bnithe^flirnislde. .Thsy went-througli a;yearly'course.of gathering medicinal, herbs ot^ many", kinds, and-proparing them'for use. They ditJ,all!the'pickl-i.-.g, and"'preserving of'.fruits, and 'the salting and smokingi of'meats; they made' root beer, and elderberry i wine; they made. the/soap and the starch, the brooms and the candles, tallo-.v and wax, and they had a wide/knowl-edge of cookins. and did it all, besides 'the washing and ironing. In addition to all this they spun and wove, cut -and nriade the clothing of �the"'"family, and kept it in order, and all this while tbey were bearing large families of children. It has been well'said that it'is 'the Pilgrim mothers, rather than the fathers, that we -ought especially to j'.dmlre and reverence. The children as soon as they were capable of learning were instructed in all these (lllferent departments, and consequently grew up, as has been said, with technical tratning. All that has pass-'ed away long ago, and in order to get something like the same results now v/e must haveeverything, and preferably in the place of the present high schools, technical, minimi training and trade schools. The report, from Nort,h Portal is that many settlers are coming through there to Canada but none are'Agoing back. The American newspapers tell a different story but their statements" are not based on facts. They' are mere fiction. Nothing narron-,about B. C. Conservatives. Premier''McBridc 3p,re3d himself in entertaining Sir Wilfrid at Victoria, Sir Charles Hibbert gave a dinner,at 'Vancouver in horibr of the O-anadian-Premler and his old time opponent, E.' M. Macdonald, M. P., and Martin Burrell. M. P., went on the platform J at-Kamloops and spoke hearty words 01 welcome. last year. Henry left me in Paris and when he reached Italy h� wrote tint he was spending a few days ad-mi ring J beautiful .Florence. Wlienilt comes to a married man-IeavlM bU wife in one. country and golDKlto �& other to admireyanotheriwoman, It,la time for' them ' both to rematn at dome." - Where ;^Cost Doesn'tiCount "Li hear � you, are jgolBf to quit. the aroceryjbuslnesB," said'the'custonier.' 'Tsjt^truc?" jlt is,"^8aidjthe grocer. "I'm > tired of ihearing, men>� complain',about high prices .and growl about the expense of living." "What'are you going to dol" queried'the customer. �Tm goinir-to start a saloon," an- swered the'grooer. The,^Herald .advocated filling the Al acieod 1 vacancy ^ prior.* to, Legislature resuming Its!sesston last May. in order that, the; riding should'have representation; there. This was not done but'that'was not the faultof.Premier Siftdn. as he was,not at;the!head.of affairs'then. We are satisfied the bye;electlon,willTbe held'in plenty of time to give, the riding representation at the next,8es�lon. What more does Macleod desire. From Other Sanctums Long cannot foi- a moment believe either'of, these gentlemen will assign to each other Names in the Liturgy (.Warauis * De Pontenoy in Chicago Tribune) \Vln.�ton Chufchill's name will be enshrined henceforth' in - the liturgy of. the church of England and.he will thus : onjoy the; distinction of being tUe only man,except the t King and the Prince;of Wales whose namo.ap-I'pears in the i book of {common prayer ol the established church. This, of course, is/in, connectton with hls:of-fiee as secretary of state forj'the'liome aepartment; and it is printed at the foot of the .proclamation about the form of service for the Accession day. The names of the two home secretaries are to be found In the prayer book for Queen-^Icforla's"reign, namely, that of Lord'John Russell, attached to the Accession proclamatlpn, and that of Sir Spencer H. Walpole, at ]tue foot of i the'exceptional proclamation of 18E9, aboiishlng. the'special services appointed for the anniversary of the gunpowder plot, of the eiecu-tlon of King Charles I., .and of the Kestoratlon. The Bishop of Londonwnow on his way to this country, Is bringing from King George, a magnificently bound copy of the new prayer booh,; for presentation in his behalf "to > the AngU-can church of Canada, on the 'two Uundredth anniversary of ithe actual first service held in the dbmittlon at Annspolig Royal. J. OURiPOlNT OF VIEW It is Lethbrldge's turn for the oro-vincial fair. The Calgary CalUos have onr on us. That's'ail. and 1b� fedactlba by 75 i>er cent-of this ' 'bU-rlble traffic, but in the collection of 4ata -which will 'be used effectually ' j-er tfte vico comnilaaion or any other d or(tutl:;atton' Interested in praotloal so-.'icttl reform. ' Trtbune: hwi done  this work j'WllI�out*tlle'*lowlns^of'itruntpets, bf)-; to-warrant this? Tbe.toje.electionjln'jMacleoa will be heldjplAhty.:soon eiiough for the Macleod- Advertiser andHts candidate.' Citizens,would be.; amazed if., they made a trjp tol the ^.Henderson' Park ] ahid wltnessetran8formation' that' hastlme. and' baB,tfl!btalhcd - results', hot (obly  in' ithe pumcKhmont of itSre guilty, " Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier will have the opportunlty*0!f opening one/of the finest hospitals In the-Canadian west on 'I'hursday. A1 French astronomer says Halley's comet is only beginning to put in ap-poaraiice. What-has the world'done BIG NEW STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR OPENING DAY i The .,�r;}Buin-her, of^laav�am cover desifss on :our)ExerclMtBoakstare ;ba-yond . precidoBtl The other goods are of thAbes't procurable. The Arrow and The Song I shot an arrow.: Into the air, it fell to earth, I knew not where; for, so swiftly It flew, the'sight Could not follow it In its flight, I breathed a^song!into the air. It fell to earth, I knew not where; Vor who has sight so'keen and strong That It can follow tlfe. flight" of; songT bong, lojjs afterward, in an oak ! found the arrow,, ttlll'unbroke; Avii the song,?fromlbeginning,to-end I found agalnjin thefhearttirf^a friend. -Henry Wadsworth i Longfellow.^ NEWS FRfJMjDlAWOND CitY THE- COMPANY Have Moved Suite 115 Sherloc Fm SALE One of the best drivIdR horses In the city, young and soHnd; atoobugrt^andhsmes^, FOR SALE-One almost new,35'horsepower 6,passenger antomoblle. - Wtl^exch%nge> or cattle of like value. Price |2;�00 wblcb'is a big reduction'on'origiBalfcost. FOR RENT-2 seven roomed houses In'Duff'Addition. Will'rent'very reasonable for the wlnttn GALVfN-HATFffiLD & CO. PHONE 1423 OPFICE ROOM 1 OTTflLOCK of th�?j^e THE I^D ^nOSS CO. af* Satlsfaetory On ttofa Acadia Bleek. Radiiath Mi Day and Night PMtf m Night lair MeCRSAOY-Tha 01 AOE-Tba Pictura r A Tho brick veneorlnt^of jthe Baptist church has beene completed and�the appearance ioi, the  building has been greatly, Imnroved. Mr.H. Li3ugheon,b|p;tbeAn^appoiat-ed (local.. manager; of rthe \ Rogers-Cun Lumber' Co.',-isucceed!ng Mr. Anderson, of'Lethbridge, who has tieen here',temporarily. T. N. Christie & Co., report a brisk demand > for resldentiSr lots .,tin the towurslte. The Diamond Coal Co. purposeV opening a "new sub-division next> week. aeijf. A. R. Park is conducting,fos-^ pel' servicee, each Tnursday�cvenlnz'j at the'Lethbridge Colleries'af Prairie 11 ^''*'*' T/ie newly elected council, are formulating plans to'have the streets, ant' vacantilots cleanedfuixat once and as' a Qonsequonce.tbe vtllate^will preieat a bPtterlappearaoce. Th'ovattjsndanoe 'at tbe Sunday Hcbool, of Uhe, Baptist ;church.>latslH>w-' ihf atn^ariwdilMreaaerititevlQc,more thin jdbublMrdiirl�ii(tbe�vaat *�t weelts andlmuch; interest Is being shoirn io the work i^byTall. ''"� Dr!'^�Bd4Mra.:D. Ave, r�tvrned|froD Stirling' jtestarday- Tbes-Dr. reports' that ducks are.plaatWuHln^that dla-trict and' his bag on'the 2Srd a goone 362 General Offi Lethbridge km Works Co, Ltd. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, ANc BOILERMAKERS PHON1S332 BARONESS ROAD Extras*for Reeves 32 H. P. Traction Engine always ma'ke extras ^ra4l other engines at the shortest not old wheel. We have onhand^ steel I Beama-B in. to 15 In.. 30 ft. lonfi. Steel ChanMla 6c{ii. and 10 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Anglei, l-ln. to Sin,, 30 ft. long. We have one large saw mill for sale cheap, coinple Iffew and^Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale Phone 334 KSMITHS, DlK^^RaOlA We can riltch Plates. 1-4 to ;)-4x Rounds, Squares and ;