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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 Lethlmdge Daily Herald. Tuesday, August -----I-V-U-LJIL-I-.V LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OUR POINT OF VIEW W. A. RHONE; Editorial, ReportoriaJ, and News Oept. DA1LY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Co., Ltd., every lawful .BlKECTOK AXD EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 council has ordered a sen- era! cleanup of the town. That's the off in a new town. See that there a cleanup regularly, ev-j I >ke a irui Launer the and the Rockies instead of going tu Eu rope. Very -good idea, that. 3 months, delivered, ____ on I Tafr says he's soin- to leave N Johnston Jack- sou, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- pies.Drug Store. Co., R, W Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell .D...L. McCrea, Bros. Drusr -Seal. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Side Lisrkts -Beattic Cranbrook, B. C.- Ateiison. L. Reinecke. Grassy T.ughain, Diamond Medicine 3J. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide .News Co..- Brown -'19 4rh St. Also on all C. P. R. trains! Clerical Slips A-preacher, discoursing upon Bun- work, caused a titter famous hearers by these days, my brethren, we] more 'Bunyans." Another clergy- pleading earnestly with his par- ishioners for the construction of a is' to be adopted in Moose-Jaw lo consider the deplorable condi- the city council'isTasking the Board lions of thirty thousand phristian of Trade to confer with them and give j -k'ngiishmen living without Christian their' ideas as to the best svstem to 'Still more curious -was' thfs clerical slip, "When do you expect -to see Deacon S. j An American paper says Roosevelt is full of fight. Was he ever full of (anything else? A commission form of government adopt. TO-MORROW'S VISITOR It is charged that Ottawa's: librar- ian is not a successful administrator. Thac is frequently a fault of' 'book- To-morrow Lethbridge -win aare .the of any people. or to already accepted oy a .of -western cities and' 'Sir Wilfrid- Lanri -.TOism to Victoria and 'Wince'.Rupert he has-been receivedM ..Jby.'-.an. people eager to honor, to--one Tvhora they deemed Wilfrid-'has re- r the line of his tourj ie he will receive'in considered-a g: _ not'tendered-to him as .a I councils of the great'political party foremost figure the leader of a great justice, in. department j Rain, is. falling again. A sure sign that Sir Wilfrid is on his. way 'pack to Alberta again. .A Baptist minister, who has accept- ed a. Conservative nomination in -Nova Scotia, says he will not "hand in his ordaination papers until after the reverend Never.'" said gentleman .solemnly, Sunday, J Remember this date, Lethbridge the mornin between Macleod and This looks large, but 1 "V" is our next excursion leaves September 4th, and points afternoon of 3rd per acre e letter from prominent yielded this in 1909 et Come in acd let u. you the proof and convince you Lethbridge Hotel Bloclf rds, Ltd. Phone "the deacon is in Heaven." Terrible Rumor (From the -Washington Star) __ "Is it asked Plodding Pete; "dat yous is 'work to anybody Uat comes replied farmer Corntossei. take ofi your coat "Not-me. I'm jes' a scout sent ahead fcy -the other fellows to verify a terrible rumor." of the nation's affairs he has beea Jeiection- doubt expects he foremost and' successful..' And. it is .not alone for his ac 'be compelled to go preaching again. and as a great statesman whom ..'all parties honor and, respect. He is Cognized, iy- all as Canada's first Canadian, its citizen. a "statesman and a man that :ie enthusiastically -honored oy, fellow-citizens.. He- early .became imbued, with the true principles .statesmanship and 'has. devoted a long, self-sacrificing efforts ito carry he has -been a recognized all over the world, ss one of the Give Canada's royal welcome. prime minister a statesmen of the British Empire He is -devoted to .tte Empfre and th> strength .of the imperial sentiment in" is in -smair measure due to ;his influence. As a national and an imperial -statesman, Sir l-aurier is greeted everywhere as tha leading representative Canadian -Mayor Adams has proclaimed a half holiday to-morrow. Put on the appearance. There is a language in" a flying flag that_.stirs the.Jieari.Gf snr citizen. Hundreds of them flying' in Leth- bridge to-morrow would speak strong- ly to Sir Wilfrid of the loyal sentiinent I Advice asked "do you prac- tice on the piano I am awav at -father, every replied the boy. of the of this city. into ister to b t for overcome effect'.': the 'benefit of was -not-an could Teach the [admiration tb'1 linger hafi to'jointed in .his direction prejudices of the ma'-" his as to. both' as cs.'and as to rw oes things by halves. The reception to the premier will be vv-hole-hearted. long did you practice "Three "Well. I'm glad to hear you are so regular." "Yes, "And the next time you practice be sure to unlock tire piano. Here is the key. I locked the instrument last week and have -heen.carrying the key. in my pocket ever Spirit of Young America A teacher in. public; i -beginning to show the effects of an American, environ- ment. Tony had been away' from' school about a week he showed up one morning' -the -teacher asked -Mm ;nere. he had-been. "I ran-, safti Tony. "-Ran away? What did" yc you do that and -creed. Eventually hrJ aa inspiration to others. succeeded the confidence handstand pure of the'people of the nation. He has (.to 'ascend unto the position .he attained to and .admiration'of the menu of-Canada, too citizens feel '.into one people. Such a task I in' im 01 Vforth the-best in. any-states- m xumonn Let..all Lets-bridge people unite to it- make Laurier's reception here the i outstanding feature of his entire -tour. jso j. though? reply. Hon. G.-P. Graham isl-indefarigablej- 'teacher, by 'further ciuestionin After, going-through the-whole of'.Sir: out-.the fact that Tony r n and wbuld win for him the "rat- Wilfrid Laurier tne Wilfrid Lanrler, the man. and WORTH WATCHING .'As "a. result of the recent clash be-} feet elevation abovA i i v rnltea States drain Bureau and Forest Service over to about feet plates taking a side trip up to the Pas Mission to. see how the "bridge Is getting along. One hundred aad thirty netv at the public schools the first day j alter holidays is going some ev.en for j Lethbridge.1 The school -board wjiil away from home the test part of a week. "But -your father" has a right whip you." said -the, teacher. "ires., he added Tony, "but I was "born "in this country and I don't no foreigner to lick me." COMPANY ET! WHAT? In the Public Eye question of the -effect- upon river flow of forests and the importance of for- vatlon' measure the flow i two streams for a. r.prinr? nf ests as-a .saiesnarfl against floods, ten years, i. e_ long enoVh to show that with similar foresta- tion the behavior of the two streams the former misinming. and the latter, perhaps! magnifying, the connection toetween the two, elaborate expsrl- juejits which, are about to be carried I period of ei I tfie effects c A very complete study of the -ef- 'the same. One of the watersheds ht h fects of forest cover upon stream flow, erosion, deposition of silt, etc., etc.. as well as their possible meteorological be carried out fectly determined, by comparing the results of obserrations in the" two tracts. These experiments are to be carried out jointly -by the U. S From Other Sanctums Sir Wilfrid Observed Sabbath There may have been some- funny 'e of tni business about the way the Lethbridzp of R The following letter to Rev. Dr. Moore from G..K. Raley, iteth- jiotiist missionary at Port j was read 'at the Methodist General Conference at Victoria and its con.- tents heard with "Otie of tbe features planned .for the Laurier at allowed the Eskimos to trim FrilJce Rupert was a. Sunday excur- mentioned, to sion' .Wllen theni thrice in 5 innings games, but there was nothing fnnny about him iie courteously -declined the pleas- way Saskatoon walloped the locals in ure in terms to effect, that inas- two contests of the regulation length mucil a5 tlle has a cs "The best place to buy Lumber and Building: Material Lowest pnces. Quick service AUJdnds- of Oak Wagon Material in stock. Beech, Birch and Maple Floorino- 'of Best grad- Brifek lor Yard CITIZEN'S LUMBER CO., LTD; BARONESS ROAD Office Phone 362 Pk Uruce rhone 334 Gap. Colorado, in the Grande National Forest. The dams and instruments for the measurement of streamflow, together with a corn- a number -of years before their results are exactly they should settle once and for all. the question of the exact effect of called the Lord's Day Act it is ineum: bent upon the members of the Gov- er.nm.ejit to observe it. You will bo se to know that oil Sunday morn Come Out and See Us (Calgary News) The Ottawa Free Press ,iivjiil- mends Canadians-to imitate Sir wTi- thf duties of the preceding dayr Szr Wilfrid wend- ed his way to the House of- God." THE ADVANCE OF CIVILIZATION .Civilization and its influences soon' Civilization, as directed ir- transform a. country. The other dav Britain in India h a boat race took place for the worldv deVal change Tn championship, on the Zambesi river rsction. Vaccination A railroad brought -by the British ands 'to see the match upon the wat-' ej-s which Dr. iLivingstone gazed at such-awe in 1S55. Rivers and lakes the'existence of which was no 'U tne advance of smallpox. What '-he guessed at 'half a century ago are now the scenes of steamboat traffic, aad jangles in. which at that ,time ho white man had set foo; are-now cut by the right of way of The Chicago Tribune refers to cartoonist Mr. IVfcCutcheon, toured the ccsstiy and "told us how its found an Englishman dining in .the: .dress in the wilds of Uganda, and there are tennis courts and golf links in Matabeleland, 'Jwfcere twenty-five years ago a white man's life was not worth a straw." be result? So wonderful that the of that vast country ought Jo forever grateful to the dav thev came under the protection of Britain Briefly put, Major James, Indian officer, -tells of steady decrease o? smallpox closely following as increase in the application of vaccination. The table gives the records of death rate per IS6S-S7 18SS-07 537.2 240..-, 1-020.1 502.7 520.7 573i0 1.0S3.1 mo smallpo itombay Central Provinces .Punjab British India J, 032.3 BIGNEW STOCK U OF >SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOE OPENING BAY The ouaiicy of paper; num- ber of leaves cover designs on our Exercise Books are be- yond precedent. The, other goods are of the oest nrocur- able. THE BED CROSS Satisfactory Drug Acadla Block, Redpath 3t. Day and Night Phont 656 Nfflht JBell McCREADY-The Oltpenwr. SAGE-Tftc Picture Framtr. New Baby Named Wilfrid j (Toronto Star) j At Melville, in "Saskatchewan. Sir [Wilfrid was chatting with a young I doctor. "You know, sir." 'said the doctor. j "your train and a. new baby in ifel- j ville came both at the' same time this j morning. The house was quite near the station and the way we knew you I bad arrived was when the band start- ed to play. The mother looked up and j asked what that -was. We told her, and she said, "Well, then, his name' is to be Wilfrid." The Premier was delighted. "What is his full he asked laughing. The doctor produced it from a note- book. Tfiat afternoon a, note was sent to the mother and a gift to the baby; x, But it would be hard to say whether the most pleased of the three concerned, was not the Premier PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The total exports of Spanish wines during the last year are officially es- timated at Persons born in spring are said to LVC a more robust constitution than tnose born in other seasons. The London city policemen set from '-06 to a week. An extra al- lowance for coal is granted in winter' ,and uniforms arc furnished free. AND BRASS POUNDERS. SIACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, j.: AND BOILEiRMAKERS PHONE .332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 Eftras for Beeves 32 H. P. always on hand. We can wake extras. for alLother engines at the shortest notice on receipt "of old wheel. We have on hand _ Stee, BMm ln. to 15 in _ 30 !f loog Steel Channels 5 10 in.. 30 lo.g. Stee] ingles. I in. to 8 in.. So ft. long. We hare one large saw mill for sale Flats. cheap, complete and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale part. FORSA FOR r reduction on original cost. Will rent very reasonable for the winter POT? PPVT 9 TOR RE.NT-2 .even Doomed houses in Duff Addition GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK PHONE 1425 ;