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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ bytiii Htrtld fi; f lawful M Mi Cmbb it. W. BUCHANAN, and mpATtmtmt and Jofc .fJ.OO Dally, three delivered Dtily, one month; delivered lrf 6; e by ioail......... --ant a in to the Dally, months, by mail Addresses changeii as of ten as desir bat-both new and. old addresses WEEKLY Published erery.'Wednesday in eight and contains a nummary of the MWS of; local and district uue year, ia; advance .11.50 -75c advance v.-.....50c sale "atsthe following Cross Drug Co.. 3, J. -'Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. W. Ham and the areapent in conferences. Hon. Mr. Ayletworth hag too few the.dmy for thVtaak he has to perfornv but is working like a And here one remark sia place and ungrudging- y made: What sucli men to Jre up a practice yielding a ear, and slave in thfe way In their interest for. a .sum It costs them to; keep the position they occupy? supply of such, volunteers give' The supply will surely give but if not pay 'our Cabinet ministers better. In these days of big salaries fpr.'fcig men, -we may reach the period bench was Tie horn voice couW heard all of breeze: that'chanced to 'blow wafted stench foul air from tae and all who had to pass. men will be tempt ed to enter public life. OUR POINT OF VIEW Hon. Charles Murphy :was. friend old J. Mltcnei. IX L, Drug Book Co. CrinbTooki B. Atchison. V i Grauy Hotel News Stand. Diamond D'Arc's store. Medicine M. Northkncu all C. FALLS. f-v'-Tlie Calgary; Js iotie .has come oiitmore The Albertan .who hag ;been riie principal chainpion, xof the''movement, maintain- ed .'that; :tb. be insti- ,'tntaon, started .and '-maintained of the furtive official, Cold- tarite, but he doesn't alloV friendship in the way of hte duty' as a n. The stand more men of the Murph j- type; public man. gary people Calgary students prim- arily, and .others. throughout .the iprov- Later- it came out be asked for beat Johnson. ibut..'.it" was to be only a. small some and.others Jbut it was to be Bufc what, axe of the case In. Calgary, of the university petitions to be presented to 'Premier Sifton, which -'they...proposed. to: have signed The a tannery .-combine. All tne boys hope "the price- will go up: so that the teachers can't afford to straps to punish them.' The Toronto Star Weekly made its appearance at the Herald office this -week. it is published the WoiSjar; aij is by 'all means, in the best Canadian week special ar- ticles and yet attempted. Jos- eph Clark, formerly of Saturday Night one. 'of the .'Brightest and brainiest journalists in Canada, is at the.' helm. and that alone is sufficient guarantee of Character of the. new effort. "byithousaids, so'that the Premier and his ".colleagues may be oferawed the tremendousiiess''df the, movement The petition reads: "To ;the Hon. Arthur L. Sifton: of of Alberta- -Whereas the citizens of .Calgary and the. surrobundirig district are' desirous of having, a university with power to grant degrees sciences, medi- cine, law, other pow- are'usually- granted to unlver- sitiesi established at or near'.the'City -----of Calgary, to -be known as 'the Uni- versity of 'Calgary; -.and'whereas It is desirable that a-charter should -be granted to the said .university, em- such powers; and whereas It that said university should be .granted equal aid from the province of Alberta" with the1 university of Al- berta, established at Strathcona, undersigned citizens of I Plctures, does nor mean that they "and "district, and elsewhere" in (afe'going- to make a moving picture the hereby ihumbly petidon i sho'Hr of tie count17- you and.the government, of which you a. charter to It is now up to effries what.'he should have done .to -.It -will'..keep Jeffries' trainers., sup- porters, busier feUing'why he Trin than it dM to .ten" why he would. Good Fishing. KM. Was telling some friends about a proposed fishing trip to a lake in Colorado, he had in con- templation. "Are any trout out asked onft, friend. "Thousands of replied Mr. Wharrj'. 'Will they bite asked an- other friend. "Will said Mr. Wharry. Why, they're absolutely vicious. A man has to hide behind a trjee to bait his Post The telephone a suite of apartments In a ladies'boarding-house One, young lady, a recent comer, answered the call, and was astonish- hear a man's voice Inquire hiir- "Is this one nine o she could catch, her -breath, the ladj-, who was a verj' .proper per- son indeed, replied, 'T think not 'Were we ever Not a a.Baker. Toronto 'Star. A little girl and seek under the-press tafble-ai one of the meetings. A corresponodent of Montreal Gazette ;.ieached under and. fished the little person .out into the light where he sat her on his knee and proceeded to catechize .is your naiue.'" he asked in a most fatherly way. stolidly. "How old are you, is. your papa ace e series is daliy. tiiiirt Girtie Ci The Office of the Transfer Co. Opposite Methodist. Church Braying dbnV on short notice Hotel Block wfcAMftissr BIB The question in the pugilistic world now.isr "Where is that that Jeffries was going to up. "Well, now, tell me: a rJsng..pause.- A little girl's finger is studs: in her mouth. 'Her. eyes, looked, yery; .big and uncertain, .and gazed around fcr a moment Finr ally she-found an-answer.-'- replied. "He's' a'ibak- SALVATION ARMY ,.SUNDAY. SCHOOL PICNIC. The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge in The -farmers of. Southern 'Alberta may not :have' as much -wheat''as usual this year, .Shut according.'to, the. judges in' the field grain., competitidn of the province, they the best." Rain-Is falling and-if it keeps.-up It 'will-'not :be.long- before the start plowing b put'in crop for nest year. Admiral Douglas-says that the''in- erview alleged .to have been, given y him to -a ex- t.iiitly opposite to Ms views. Every- so, for he was given cre- dit for -haviBg some sense. Because the C. P. R. are gojng to il- lustrate the Canadian West by are the grant the University of Calgary with the powers aforesaid; "And to grant public aid to-the "Cfai- verslty of Calgary, equal, to that grant- ed to the University of -Alberta. And as in -duty .bound, your petl- ti-oners will ever pray." Where are all the previous profes- sions that they-were not asking for aid like that given the "provincial -uni- versity Where are the professions that the university sufficiently endowed that it would not require provincial aid? Where are profes: sions .that it was to be supported by Calgary people? Either the Albertan and the others who made these claims did not know what they were: talking 'about or else they -deliberately tried to mislead the people. There may be another alternative. The prev- Jojis liavw Seen sin- cere and with knowledge, but siace then tie thing- has fallen through. The Independent endowment that iwas going to -make provincial aid un- necessary may not have materialized and rather than have the enterprise fall through they have swallowed their pride and Independence, and come to the government on their knees meekly asking for alms. The Herald maintains its position that the province of Alberta does not twS u2iversifies, that the pro- posed Calgary university must of necessity injure the provincial uni- versity, and that not one dollar of provincial money should therefore go to aid the Calgary university. If the Calgary people want a university it Is up to them to keep their first pro- mise thai: they would not ask the pro- vince for a cent The Herald In tak- ing this position, does so believing that it represents the opinion of the people of Southern Alberta, and that It is thus serving "the best Interests of the province, financial and educational It is, said Hamilton, man- ager of the Medicine. Hat baseball team, went to Reno to see Jeffries get Hcked. He might better have stayed home and seen his own hitters get wallopedl It was, a more even con- test From Other Sancttims It Never Occur Again. New Stirling Star. Lethbridge City Council must, feel proud of itself this week after allow- ing such an unsightly ibnnch on Gait Square as that circus. Gait Square is ordinarily an inviting spot to the citizen and .visitor, surrounded as it is by rows of trees and .comfortable AYLESWO RTH A WO R K E R. Allan Aylesworth, -otinada's Minister of Justice, Is the butt of many critics, but he Is a big, brainy man, and earns EMBOSSED STATIOlNnERY IS THE EMBLEM OF GOOD TASTE. A fine linen, note paper with your initial embossed at "the top of each sheet, Is now the correct ssd. .-thing As a man is known by tlie company he keeps, for more so is a lady known by the sta- tionery she uses. SPECIAL PRICE, Box ...30c THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night BeU Disptnstr. Picture Salvation Army Sunday school had its annual picnic on Dominion Day T-h'e place. selected was Barnes, Bot- about-ten miles'from LetbJbridgej a most suitable toeing sur- rounded by large shady trees. Over sixty -besides a goocr num- ber of. their parents'and friends, left the Army-.Hall at S.30 in buggies and wagons, enjoying, the drive- ing at their destination before dinner time, 'there was a- liberal supply of" good .provisions provided' for air by the children's parents and sides orange's, bananas, Ice-rrsam and candy. It was -a happy time for the young people, as' they took part to- the different as football and cricket The children enjoyed most of all swinging, and. skip- ping. There were races for the child- ren, and prizes -were given jo the win- ners. Harry "Dawson. Corp.-Sergt' Wilson charge.of the races. Great -credit is due to the different workers among the namely -Mrsl Slark. Sunday school lea.4- er; Rosaine, the Band -of Hope leader; the-Sunday school treasurer; also Mrs. Bradbeer, Mrs. Hopwood. Mrs. Redshaw, Mrs. Taylor, and Treasurer J. Tuff, All arrived, home, feeling tired, Just after ten p.m., having spent a most enjoyable -day. The children, gave three hearty cheers fo'r "Captaia Ad- ams for making the -picnic a. success fey his iard work. NOINTEREST NO TAXES OLIVEK BLOCK LEGAL JOHNSTONE A ters. and solicitors. ing. Union Lethbrldge. L.M Johastone; J. Nbiman Eitchie.. eONYBEARS, CHURCH McAR THUR Ban-isters, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. -T ,Letnbridfe, Alts SIMMONS .Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices ID Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons- S. J. Shepherd- SOLDIER DROWNED AT NEW BRUNWJOK CAMP. Sussex, N. B.? Military Lovejoy and; Russell Paget, ;of Rockland, Carleton County, bathing in the river nearby, but ventured too far and goc beyond Ms depthr His cries, for help ibrpnght- .Me hs to swim as well as his companion, and 'both sank. Two sergeants passing-heard-the" cries and rushed into the water and brought both boys ashore unconscious. .They were unable to -resuslcate Lovejoy; but had results with Paget, as he recovered just as the canip wagon witli the doctors arrived on -the scene. Fifteen solulers were prosprated by the heat -during the service of chturch an-t all were taken to the hospital PICTURESQUE -BRITISH. CHARAUiER IS DEAD. London, July ford is dead, aged 51. Gifford. who Is a -brother of Baron Gifford, had Siuresque-career. Commencing: in the mercantile -marine as assistant "to the Daily Telegraph; correspondent he saw the Egyptian '82, was with French's Scouts ia the South Kebellion. Going to Africa In 1890, he served as a scout, later as troop commander In various native troubles .until '96, 'When Ms arm was amputated as a. result of a wound from Matabele, and joining the Light Horse on'the outbreak of "the Boer on" the staff of "the relief of Mafeking. A; J. Solicitor. Notary. Boom 14, .Stafford JOHN J. Barrister Solicitor. Office. Eooias 9 and I, Block. Ott MEDICAL ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS WM.T.WfLLIAMS-Archisect, Wai- ney Block. Late-of-Williams-.-Bras Architects, Detroit.: ROLFSOM Whitney Block. Architect. .Room S D R; W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 path St.- Phone DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. 'Electric, and'x- ray treatment. Office" Room IS .Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till ll-i; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. JAS. A. -Macdcaald Block, RedpatK etreet Aita. R B. C. THOMSON, sician, surgeon accouched Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 WaHhrork St. Phone Ut, TAYLOR, Eye, Ear, Nome and Ttaroat, Block, Office hours: 9.30-12 ajn.; 2-6 wn.: 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 341; dence 593. 7 POAPST 6. DUN Solicitors and loan. Southard Block. R. ANDREW SMITH, 6JC L L Barrister, Solicitor, Jpnbllc, etc, 4 Alberta Block, Round ttrett Soll- -eltar, etc; T ud 2 Soutbtrd Block; Money to LOML .CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT D. aooountanl Audits, general Ing .and advice .thereon.