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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Piily Herald, Friday, July Dafly Herald by the Lethbridge Heral Publishing lawful even lot at its office, Crabb Street, Leth bridge. Alberta, Canada. W.A.BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor.' PHONES: Editorial and News Department Circulation and Jo' Departments.4 Subscription Rates Dally, one year, delivered six months, delivered Daily, rthree months. delivered jl.0 Daily, one month, delivered .35 Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by, mail Dally, three, months, by .mail ____ 85 changed 'as, often as desir- but new and old addresse must be given. WEEKLY TPjublished every Wednesday in, eigu pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week, local and district One year, in Advance .1..; ____ .-11-5 Six months, in advance .75 Three months, in advance .50- TH E DAILY HERALD is on sale at t Red Cross Drug; and Book J. H6NI M4 WOOD IT. .The Office of the Is Now On f Opposite Methodist Church i a ,1 '_ t" Draying done on; short notice HAY AND GRAIN FOB SALE PHOKiES: only that, 'but the prices for labor would .be much less on account of the eagerness of men to get work. It take them long to figure out .that they -could -build, the line much more quickly, but also much more cheaply, this fall than nest year. the other lhand, the homestead- ers -will receive a great -benefit. If can. get steady employment for Calgary is in the throes of acon- troversy as to whether or not it is a good thing for the Indians to give exhibitions at fairs. Those who have charge of the Indians says it is not; those who .are promoting the fair say it is. There you are. Race War Tabloid. Chicago Tribune. First ha! ha! De eber. Ha! iha! ha! their teams and themselves, they will not feel so seriously the short 'crop or absence of crop that they have oeen forced to suffer this year. Pincner Creek reports a Sunday school convention and good showers at the same 'time. That combination generally woris. It came close to it in Lethbridge, but not quite. Wow! yah! Second yah! Ain't him a peaci.? E-yah! yah- Third Yah! Yah! Ye jest know he done is. fell out -of here! (Exit First, Second and Third Gents amid a shower of missiles.) LAURIER AND BOTHA. Latuler in Canada and Botha in South Africa are two outstanding examples of men. of a minority race commanding the respect admiration and confidence of the whole people regardless of race or creed. Latirier is a Canadian, but ffis ancestors came from the nation which for centuries "was the enemy of Britain, ana. whose ancestors were among those defeated by the British when their country was taken from them. Racial feeling existed for many years, but finally the 'better'-judgment of both races, aided by the liberty in government given toy Britain, triumphed, and to- day Canada is a united nation with a Drench-Canadian as its leading citi- zen. But no one fhfafrg ,of him as be- ing a. French-Canadian or a native of Quebec. He is known and thought of all over Canada, throughout the Brit- ish Empire and the.whole world as a Canadian and a J In- South Africa, the development of the amity of the races .has been more rapid. The. example of was ever before them, and Britain in its treatment of the Beers considered what had been, accomplished with the Frettch .To-day, only a Seyr short years after the most bitter struggle ibetween. nations and races that tiie world has seen for Century, In, Souui Africa racial feel- ing is almost extinguished, and, na- tional Jealousy has disappeared. Gen- eral Botha, a short time" ago Britain's :most, determined foe, is at the head jyf a_ ovvvorrjTjvoivf onTvtainjntr ;and Boers. Everywhere, so reports he is acclaimed as the first man. of United.-South Africa. He Is not thought of as a Boer, fcnt as a British- er, tilled a patriotic desire, to irork out the best interests of Ms country within the Empire, In the en- T Joyaent of a taller liberty thVa could j I ANOTHER CHEAP AD. In the fall of 1S94 while Mr. McNabb was Mayor, the Municipal Council of. Lethbridge presented Sir Wil- frid Laurier with, an address of welcome; the work was done by R. Sage, town clerfc In the faH of 1901 while Mr. Oliver was Mayor, the Muni- cipal Council of Lethbridge presented H. R. H; the Duke of Tort, now His Majesty King George V., with an ad- dress of .welcome. The ad- was 'done in black and gold on vellum, and -present- ed to H. R, H. at Regina, the local newspapers declared Lethbridge ad- dress to be the best designed and executed of the many ad- dresses there. Fortunately C. A. Magrath Esq., M.P., se- cured a photo of this address "before it left Lethbridge.-The. original is now In Windsor Castle, and an enlarged copy "by Mr. Rafton Canning will be in the window of the Red Cross Drug and Book Co. soon The design and execution vere by R. Sage. On August the Civic Council will present an ad- dress of welcome to Sir Wil- frid Laurier, tne composition and writing of which will be by R. Sage, and the border design by Rutherford Co. This will be shown in the window of the Red. Cross Drug, and Book Co. soon. R. SAGE, Advertiser for R. Sage. I'HE BED CROSS DRUG BODE; CO. 8afe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath 8t Day and Night Phone 664 Night BeH Dispenser. Picture Pramer. In the Public Eye HOW. HAYS GOT -HIS START. (Otta-wa Free Press.) Charles Melville Hays was in the passenger department of the Atlantic and .Pacific ,Railway at St Louis, when he was not much over 17. One day, Mr. Talmage, .vice-president and general manager of the Gould roads entered the room. It-was a little be- fore the lunch and half the clerks were putting on their, coats. Others were looking at their watches and leaving for the wash room. In the general commotion of breaking up. there were a few -who were still busy, and among them was young Hays. Talmage approached him and the time .of day. The young man did not hear, an-d Talmage put a hand on. this desk', repeating the question. Hays looked up surprised to see the chief at his elbow. "I beg your pardon; were you speak ing to "Merely asked, the time-rthat was said .Talmage. Hays glanced about the room until his eye rested on-the office clock, and said: eleven fifty." "Thank said the general man ager strolling out It was directly jafter that conversa- tion that Talmage picked out Hays as his private secretary and confiden- 'Oal clerk. He did aot look at the clock to see whether it was time to break away. Ho knew he had work to do, ie did it, and to-day he is at the LEGAL JOHNST0NE ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Johnstone; J. Norman Jtitcnie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH 8t-.McAR- THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block, Leihbridge, SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money te loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shepherd. head of one of railroads. it is safe to say that some of America's greatest those who on the occasion In Ques- tion showed