Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The LHhbridye Daily Wednesday, July Daily Her aid Established 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald PublishlES Co- Ltd.. every lawful even- ing at its office, Crabb Street, Leth- bridge, Canada. W. A; BUCHANAN, Managing and Editor. -PHONES: and Naws Department. Circulation and Job Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered.......14.00 months, Delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, 'one month, delivered......S5c Daily, .one year, by Daib. six months, by mail Dai "e months, by mail .....S5c Addrekik changed as often as desir- ed.- :new and. old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight .paces, aadcontains a summary of-the My ignorance had some excuse, eauw honorable James Sherman, vice-president of the United States, had not up to that time defined Re-, publicanisin. I you his di- Unition in case "not heard it: "X'Republican is a vote? the Republican ticket at the polls, and votes for Republican measures in con- gress.' "This ought to -be satisfying, but somehow it is not. For one thing, it says, nothing about principles, and'I had always supposed that tiie Repub- lican party had principles. In fact, I am- almost Inclined to take Mr. Sherman's definition as the text for this discourse, and add to it Mr. Can- non's 'all insurgents ought to be hung.' From Other Sanctums Ottawa Free frets. V Good luck, Captain Bernter, and au revoir. Come 'back wita 'some more islands in your': "belt Good and Bid., Peterboro Review. J. J. Turner Sons announce in an advertisement in the Review their moving pictures shown nightly in the opera .house will have nothing that is not instructive. That's good. Moving pictures can either toe made i instructive or destructive. news of the week, local and. district. Six'months, in advance ..........75c Three months, in advance.....-. .50c THE "DAILY HERALD is on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store, J-.G. Robertson Co., Johnston Alexandra Hotel. MaicleoaV-Young and Co.; E. W. Hamil- -ton. Pincher Creek E. J. Mitchell, D. L. Bros. CardstorP-Alberta Drug Book Co. Farnie, .B: Beal. Cra'nbrob'k, Atchison. Grascy Tughan. Diamond D'Arc's drug store. M. :North'am. Vancouver, B. News Brown. 219 4th street.., Also on all C. P. Retrains. PUBLICITY OF e' arm- chair critics criticise the Herald-foF giving publicity to the to' consider the question of social vice and Its'open, recognition in this city. They opinion that the report wouldiihave'a "bad influence on young Ifls-.true -that these reports make many ques- to lead thaireviL boys .find 'but fcnaif. this "social vice' is A and something 'u that they should avoid, IT they are'not made .aware of; its" era may'be ..some of them, innocently into these resorts. newspaper's duty is to publish the news, and in this partic- ular case; the Herald feelieves the ;of ..the complete reports will do much good. It lias already aroused. ,the public to a serious con- cern about this problem. Some of the very critics of the publication of this report were eager readers of the report of the recent prize light and would termed the Herald a "narrow-minded news- paper if itrJiad fallen to give the.de- tails'of this sporting event. On the otfcer "hand we "have been criticised for giving publicity to .this so-called rencounter, as it was likely to have a 'bad '-effect" on the morals of many people, -As a-matter of fact if the Herald was to use the judgment of other peo- ple, ana not follotr' its own course as "I couldn't see why, on the notion that a living dog is better than a dead lion, a good Democrat wasn't better than a bad Republican. And I came to the cbncluaion that I was an American first and a Republican second. And the reason way-1 aura Republican is because I believe that the doctrines of that party, as stated in its platform, will, if carried into law, tend more toward the moral and material welfare of the nation than tiie doctrines of any other party. "I come into the great state of Illinois without thinking reverent- ly of its first citizen, and if I wished a guide to Republican doctrines I should seek it in his sayings as the greatest Republican and the greatest American that ever lived. His works should 'be our national -bible. And in tJtiat bible, my friends, I b.ave found my answer, my guide in politics. "The words I am going to quote tie spoke right here in Peoria, and they were apropos of the widening nreacii in the old whig party. That time, too. was one of a spiritual awakening in politics. Here arc the words: 'Stand witii anybody." said he, "that stands fight, "and pan with'fiiai when jO'iS wrong.'" "That is not much like Sher- man's definition of a" good par! "We are not trying to save the Ke- trying to save the'nation. If we can save tfie nation through the Republican party, all and If "we'cannot." we'shall have ro "try some other way to save Hang the Jury! Chicago Tribune. Hang the jury that can't agree. Hot Weather Liktly. Hamilton Times. Yesterday Whitney, premier of On- tario, made an attack upon Sir frid Laurier's loyalty, and charged him with, misconstruing and misre- presenting the French-Canad- ians. Was the man drunk or'affect- .by the heat that lie should have talk so absurdly? In Jeffries' Class. Calgary News. The question now before the pUo- lic is: Will President Clarke of the Great Waterways "come or will admit, like Jeffries, that he is down and out? OUR POINT OF VIEW. How would the" arm chair critics lite to run a newspaper for a day or so? You can't smother the opinion, of the public witii" the 'bugaboo that, the publicity given ta this "matter of soc- ial' vice is "going to do more flarm r.i; n good. Publicity., has to be given to many obnoxious things in. order that a rem- edy may be brought about The sympathy of the West should go out to Campbellton. X. B.. in the disaster that- has come over that town. It reminds one of the disaster closer home when Femie was burned to the ground two years ago. Macleod is making great strides in. Its efforts to be up to date. The lat- est is a strike among the laborers on the public works. The book "Roosevelt in Africa" -will nor be "half as interesting as the play how a newspaper should .be con-; "Roosevelt in America" that will be ducted, our- columns -would be devot- ed mostly to ;blanfc space. 'The Herald endeavors to issue a decent newspaper. It does not pre- tend to 'be perfect by'any means, int it does maintain that' it stands for pttblic -morality, and if its attitude in that respect does not suit some of ilie- arm: chair we :are not for ourselves, but for the commun- ity that possesses' citizens 'of the type wtoe -believe that a newspap_er should follow-and sot lead p-nblic op- inion.- A newspaper is in the limelight all the time.. Its.sins of omission and commission are always in sight of the public. On the other a paper saves the Individual" from the public gaze, on many occasions. It prevents publicity, -being given1 to the mistakes of order to avoid injury to that individual, his family and his friends. on from now until the next president- ial election. PARTISANSHIP AND PATRIOTISM A man's duty to Ws political party and 'his duty to the state through that party, have questions >tnat have aroused the attention of the public very much of late. It was that ques- tion that led the iasurgeats-of Alber- ta to take the course they did. It was the sarae thing that has led to the insurgent movement in the Repub- lican party in tie United States. It is tMs same thing which apparently has not yet troubled the political con- science ef Manitoba Conservatives. Why am I a. member of a certain party? What is my duty to that par- ty? What Is my duty to the state in consideraion of my relation to the party? These are questions that ev- ery citizen should ask aimself. Winston Churchill, the author and himself- these ques- tions, and answered them publicly in a way that every true citizen and ev- ery true -member of a worthy party can give his approval. Here is what he said, speaking re- cently at Peoria, niincis: "It was during my second term in the legislature that I 'began to ask myself why I was a Republican. Up to that time, there was only one ans- wer, because I was not a Democrat. I The division of the baseball league has given the local team just .the chance it wanted to get to the head of the league. It's there all right. By the way, would- it not .be a cool- ing- idea to renew the North Pole con-' troversy during this ihot" weather? Cook is in the Andes of Chili. -Where A good farmer can get a crop any old year'in-this country, but ae must be a real farmer, and put all his know ledge -into '-practice >when he runs up against what has-struck some' parts of this country tMs season. New potatoes were dug at Pentic- toa on June 4. Tie spuds averaged five to the pound. HOT WEATHER COMFORTS Our stock contains many things which will give you comfort and pleasure during -the warm summer months. Toilet Powders, Toilet Wat- ers, Perfumes, Sponges, Bath Brushes, Bath Powders, Show er bath attachments. These are just a few. We have many mors. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Red path St. Day and Night Phona 558 Night Bell Framtr. Her Poor Prospect. "And you say "you" love "Devotedly "With 'tie cost, of living as high as it "r "Indeed, I do, and when the cost of living will prove my love by making you my Houston "Post Woman's Monopoly. "I defy any one to name- a field of endeavor iii'Vaieh meii do not receive more consideration than women ex- claimed :-tbe' orator at a 'suffragette meeting. "The murmured some irre- sponsible Lippincott'sl Odd Place for a Horn. James M. Henderson- Trilled a horn- ed snake at his Bush riv- er, on the Belfast road on Tuesday. It was about two feet long and "lying on a stump in the field. At the end of Its tail was a horn, something like a roosters S.. C., Observer. Unlike Jeffries, These Can Always Come Back. Chicago Tribune. William Jennings Bryan. The rent collector. The ibad penny. The cat." Get the next Beautiful Arrow Lakes B.C. Buy a Fruit Farm and become independent. per acre per month buys one. We also improve the land and look after your orchard for you. Inquire for full particulars Arrow Lake Lethbridge Hotel Block _ r T i C Ltd. Phone 1212 The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge r -Iv f-h and per lot Down and a month INTEREST NO TAXE5 The OUVER BLOCK FIRE WOOD .For sale at reasonable prices. Delivered to any part of city within one mile of factory. The Lethbridge Sash and Door Co. Cor. Round and Booipat ACCESSORIES Our stock of accessories la arriving daily. We have just recelvad a stock of aato tubes, .sizes 34 X 4 and 30 x 3. The Standard Garage Co, PHONE 564 WOOD ST. In the Public Eye DOUBLES OF KING EDWARD. M. A, P." Two of the best known "doubles" of the late King were a, London stock broker, Percy Marsden, and the editor of the Court Circular, Da-vis- Tolien- mache. Mr. ilarsen's likeness to his Ma- jesty was simply amazing. "People often stop in the street" and 'salute -he said. "Wien I have walked in the park men have raised their hats and women hare curtsied. Once on Brighton racecourse 'the "whole crowd cheered me enthusiastically. On an- other occasion, when Mr. Marsden motoring in Epping Forest "the roads were lined with people under the impression that he was King Ed- ward, and when he visited a. Paris cafe the band played the national an- them. Mr. Tollenmaclie, too, has been mis- taken for King Edward times without number. One day at a Boulogne res- taurant a posse of gendarmes had to be sent for to 'keep back the crowd which assembled to honor him, be- lieving frim to be the late King. Another King's double, the late D. M. Sijdey, of New York, so closely resembled Tiis Majesty, that the or- chestras of several London sheatres struck .up the national anthem when he entered the auditorium. The only peer who could claim a striking resemblance to King Edward is Lord Verulam, who several times was followed ply to J H. Kelile, Western Plumbing Co. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Bros. Arckitects, Detroit. Architect. Room I Whitnev Block. JAS. A. Macdcuald Block, Eedpath Lethbridge. Alta. ERNEST E. CARVER; M.B.A.A.. M.R A., A. A. I. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. A W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth.- bridge. Phone 1438. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alteratiohs. Office Room 5; Bryan Block: -Phone 426. P. O. Box 512 T. K. and Build- er, estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too tmair obta- ins too large. Box 516; office 1360 Courtland1 street: CONCRETE WORK-Ordera ex'ecut ed for cement and other concrete work. Art SCOEC and lintels made to detalL Con- crete blocks and brick always on band. H. J. Goode Co., Factory 523 Smith St, Phone 1344. R. W. and builder.' Estimates cheerfully given Residence 633 Bartlett St. p. o. Box 456. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, etc. etc, 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1458. C. DE LA and Mining Engineer. Dominion Land Surveyor. Room 217, Sherlock Building 147.0 MANICURING, ETC. IS3 VERONICA Block, Redpatn St Ladies' hair dreg fling and. shampooing, fadal and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen Lethbridge, Alta. H. C. C. SALMON is prepared to TV- celve pupils la Piano aad Theory. 1213 Bcrarpas street. P. o. Box III. Phone 116Z.- The Office of the Ripley Ti-iiusi'er Co. la Now On Reclpatb St. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done oh short notice FOR SALE _'K L-H i'f w PHONES: Goal, Ice and PRAYING Transfer (Co. LONG BKOS.ProprietorB Office tiext Arcade Phone llfiB C: McCLURF S. KNAPMAN THE STANDARD PLlJllOmG GO. Steam -and Hot -Water Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett It. PHONE 488 ALBERTA HEATING A PLUMBING D. -O'.Connor, Manager. Plumbing and heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing" promptly attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365. Professional Cards MUSIC MADAM plan- iste. At liberty for engagements, dances, operatic, dramatic and vau- deville. Pupils taken In pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St. 143-Q Mr. J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations 'of the-As- sociated Board of'the Royal Acad- emy and "Royal College of Music. 710 Courtland St, Phone NURSING THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate In charge. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall. Olfn Club room open eveninf T.M to 10W, Sunday exeepted. AD Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHN8TOH. iwr.. J. B. GIBBON, Box III. Flrat and Saturdays In K. of P, Hall .at I o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially J. HcBRIDE SHmLT GUS. NETDIG. W. 8. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No; 293, Soul of England Benefit Society Meets In the Oddfellows' Hall svery' first and 4Wrd Wednesdsy of the< month at For foil par- Oculars apprjr F. T. Roblna. A, J. Warrei- W. PreMdfttr. n.