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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Herald, Saturday. July 16, 1910. Vtt'H if'" i j The Daily Her aid i sAfJSw'C' r" V' 'vifuiilisned- by the' Lethbridge Heral every lawful svei. Street, Leth Canada: A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director-and Editor. and News Department' Circulation and Jo Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, six months, delivered Daily, .three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered ......35 Daily, one year, by mail months, by mail by mail 1.; .55 Addresses changed as often as desir ed, -ibtUt both new and old addresse must be given. WEEKLY i; 'Published every Wednesday in eigh pages, and contains.a summary of ch .news of the veek, local and district. -One .year, in advance -........11-5 Six months, in .75 ..Three months, in advance .......50rne The moral of the .tale is applicable in "Pos- session of a jseat is njne points in pol- itics, aud there is 'at least' a i "reason- able likelihood that Mr. McCarthy will prefer the substance of a pia.ce itt Ottawa to" the shadow of of wresting provincial leadership Mr. Bennett, who is now. on fc job la OUR POINT UF VIEW. Lethbrldge's building record is not a slump yet. The man with money to invest in buildings has a lot of faith in Leth- bridge. The North is trying tjn fsfce-advan- tage of the short crops in the-South this year. That is. a fine way to work up the sentiment for a united province. Southern Alberta's latest town is Champion, and for all we know it may be in that class. The hot weather affects the crops in Southern Alberta, Manitoba, and many of the States; it starts forest fires in British Columbia, and puts the Doukhobors on the trail clothes- less. Weather that cuts up such ca- pers should be given a life sentence. The news chat the railroad is to be built from Piacher Creek to Card- sron this year, shows that the peo- ple -behind the project are in earnest. Sir Wilfrid Laurier's stock went up 'thousand per cent. in. Winnipeg, when he guaranteed a .big grant to the Selkirk CentenniaLHis -pathway will be one of rjjses in Lethbridge if is assures us that the post office and postal delivery will soon be a reality and that the armory will'be enlarged. Jit the potatoes don't -become more plentiful there will be a heavy migration to Ireland this. fall Canada's prime minister says he is visiting the West as plain Wilfrid Laurier; a Canadian citizen. ATI classes will Join in welcoming him on. that basis. ite h spectacular refusals of the crown. A Good Crop. Chicago Tribune. For everj- aviation record smashed there's a neck-broken. But the sup-' ply of necks is inexhaustible. Can't Keep It Off His Mind Chicago, Tribune. John D. foresees an amalgamation of 'all the religious. The man keep ihis mind off mergers. "Too many Americans of the 20th said Jaccb A. Riis, "have a wrong idea of business. Now, busi- ness is really honest but that. "A friend of mine visited this man' to buy a flannel bathing suit. The bathing suits were all a little too large for him. 'They're marked my thoughtfully. "This one here might do if it would shrink. But-----' "TJ1 ask father about said the youthful attendant. "Eather, a gent wants to know if our "unshrinkable bathing suits won't shrink a little- any way.' Is the suit too large for "'Yes, cfather.' 'Then, of course, It will shrink. Why don't you try and iave .some head for business, While. Sir Wilfrid Laurier sarty leader, ie is more, than that, he s a statesman and Canada's fore- most citizen. Yelkd the Conductor. Chicago Tribune. The professor was in a north side 'bound for Lincoln park. said the man sitting next to iiim, "can you tell me how much further it is to Chestnut "I'll let you know when we come to answered the professorJ "ISTow, my a friend, let me ask you something. Do. Wilfrid Laurier isl-finding the Vest as ihot as Samj Hughes' temper. From Other Sanctums The of Eastern Canada in- a great many instances could not see that the land ever be produc- tive, and held .back. Consequently the Americans got off to a long start and are to-day reaping the returns of their investments. Talk about Americanizing the West 'It w-as a good thing for the West that the Americans came across the border, for not until then did Canadians ful- ly appreciate the value of this west- ern some of them are far from realizing its full value ev- en yet Mr. McGngan, in his interview on Ms return .from, the West, empha- sizes another weakness of the east- ern Canada travellers. They look the West over hurriedly. They notice the absence of certain conveniences in the newer communities, balk at a little pioneering, and return home to give a discouraging impression of the country. The West is not being made In a day, and if the visitors will recall they wfll remember that there -.were pioneering days even in Ontario and Quebec and the Maritime prov- inces. There were days when towns and villages, and even cities, did not 'have electric lights, waterworks, bath rooms, and such like conveniences, that are found to-day in nearly every town and city in this new West The people of those provinces had to put up with inconveniences, and they be- came all the better citizens on that account Mr. McGugan is a man of wisdom, and his reprimand to certain of his fellow citizens Is very much in place. Not a Fool. Edmonton Bulletin. It is rumored that Mr. M. S. Mc- Carthy. M. P. for Calgary, may take the leadership of the Provincial Con- servatives. There is one improbable feature in the case: Mr. McCariihy holds a seat in the House of Com- mons, which is good for two or three you call me "colonel on account of lay military bearing, or because I look as if I were running a shell The man pondered. "By -the added the professor, "the nest street is Chestnut' Then .the .man arose and solemnly offered his hand. he said, "that's the tough- est conundrum anybody ever threw at me. Good-by.' Splendid Business Property, 50 x 125 feet Redpath and Coutts. it 50 x 125 feet on Courtland near Westminster, on >ewer and water. A snap for Easy terms .s The finest residential property in the city on Dufferin facing north, lots of trees, centrally located Apply for terms Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Working for. the City. Judge What you do during the Witness Nothing. Judge And on Sunday? Witness I take a day off. Judge 0, I see. What salary does azine.- years more. The story is told that Ue city pay Mag- when Sir Charles Tupper saw the West going against Mm in 1S96, he wired a certain Western Senator to resign his seat in 'the Senate and run in the constituency, of East As- siniboia for the Hpuse of Commons. The Senator conned the message care- fullyr then led a bosom friend out of the village and around to the lee side The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge lot NO INTEREST The Standard OLIVEE BLOCK NO TAXES Lethbridge FIREWOOD For sale at reasonable prices. Delivered to any part or city within one mile of factory. The Lethbridge Sash and Door Co. Cor. Round and Borripas ACCESSORIES Our stock of accessories It arriving dally. We have Just received stock of auto tubes, sizes 34 4 and 30 x 3. Tire Standard Garage Co, PHONE 5f4 WOOD SJT. The Office of the Ripley Transfer Co. Is Now On Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on short notice HA YAND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: PINCHER CREEK NEWS Pincher Creek, July. 14. The fire THE NEW RAILWAY. The capitalists 'behind -the railway from the American boundary through Cardston and Pincher Creek north between the C. E. and the moun- 'to the Peace River ,are evid- ently in earnest if the report is cor- rect-that they are going to construct thirty miles this year. It is under- stood that men, of the most substantial financial character are back of the enterprise and they are prepared to ibuild one hundred miles of the very (best railroad .before asking the pro- vincial government to guarantee the bonds. That sounds like business, and the men who are prepared to give sroch an undertaking are 'worthy of generous treatment from the govern- after the foitter experi- ence with the A. G. W. Between Cardston and PIncher Creek the railroad Trill open oae of T tne 'best agricultural 'districts in the j of a hay stack where he showed hmi the message, with the significant query: "What in thunder does he ANOTHER CHEAP AD. In the fall of 1S94 while Mr. T. McNabb was Mayor, the MuUiCipSl COTUKiil Ol Lethbridge presented Sir Wil- frid Laurier with an address of welcome; the was done by R. Sage, town clerk. lu the fan of 1901 while Mr. Oliver -was Mayor, the Muni- cipal Council of Lethbridge presented H. R. H. the Duke of York, now His Majesty King George V., with an ad- dress of welcome. The ad- dress was done in black and gold on vellum, and present- ed to H. R. H. at Regina, the local newspapers declared the Lethbridge ad- dress to be the best designed and executed of the many ad- dresses there. Fortunately C. A. Magrath Esq., MJP., 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 by R. Sage. On August the Civic Council -will present an ad- dress of welcome to Sir Wil- xrid Laurier, tne composition and writing of which will be oy R. Sage, and the border design by Rutherford Co. This win be shown in the window of Red Cross Drug and Book Co. soon. R. SAGE, Advertiser for R. Sage THE EED CROSS BicUG