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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald 'Established 1907i Published by HeraW Publishing Co., every lawful.even- lag at its office, Crabb Street, Leth- bridge, Alberta, .Canada. W. Managing Director and Editor. and News Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered.......14.00 Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered 'Daily, one month, delivered .......35c Daily, one year, by mail 13.00 six months, by three months, by mail.....85c Addresses changed as of ten as desir- ed, both new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of news or the week, local and district One in Six months, in advance___i.....75c months, in advance .......50c STHE DAILY rfERALD at the following places: Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G, Robertson Co., Johnston Jackson, Alexandra Hotel. and Co., R. W. Hamil- ton. Mitchell, D.- L McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co Fernie, B. BeaL Atchison. L. Rernecke, Grassy Tughan. D'Arc's drug store Medicine M. Northam. B. Wide News Oo. s Brown. 219 4th street.- J on all C. P. Retrains. fheLethbridge Daily Herald; 19, T influence on ith'e business of the during .the remainder of the year, 'but no stagnation or discourage- ment. -The peogle recognize that a crop be expected in any country once in a while. Mr. Boole evidently never got with- ing hearing or seeing distance of the ball park, where night after night, for -the past three weeks hundreds of people have gone to see the games. No games have been cancelled, and the management are having crowds that enable them to pay the salary limit and more for otiher expenses. The people of Southern Alberta ex- authorities, to is part of pect the American Iraock this country. -KNOCKERS. 'The "sound .of .the haimner is fceard .throughout? the land; not; the hammer of -ifce -busy carpenter 'alone, but the .hammer of the -knocker. Sometimes it is, wielded by the Am- merican across the Hne; which can oe sometimes it is wield- people of Alberta itself, which .is not expected." Tiie "statistician' of. the reclamation Washington claims to have from, many settlers in 31on- -that .Americans in .Aiberta-.areranrfous to sell I Setback to the United States, as .they ,.-are..dissatisfied .with, the crops, the soil, the.climate, the laws, and prac- tically -everything else. That is the same old yarn that has been refuted time and.time again. For every Am- erican who expresses dissatisfaction conditions in Alberta, it is easy to >3nd a hundred who are perfectly satisfied, me'very not .be'.truthfully contradicted, that practically all "the land ibejmr bought in. Alberta this summer, which is -the worst from an agricultural stand- point -that it has yet experienced, is bought 'by Americans is answer .enough to 'that.statement., It is true tiat a few professional homesteaders' never stay in any place very long, are -moving out, but their number is small, indeed, -compared with the number who are coming in.. Condi- tions in Alberta, -bad as they are ibis are infintely better than they are in Montana, the Dakotas and Minnesota and other states. i But the unkfiidest knock of all is their national campaign to keep their people from coming to Canada.- But to have such malicious untruths giv- en out -ov people of another part of this province, is rather more than is expected. It is to he hoped that this man >oole does not represent the people of the NTorth in his utterances. This ort of treatment was not given the north by the south when the frost them so had a year.or so ago. 'he South is willing to admit that they hit this year, and that the North has the .showing, but 4nis state of affairs has not always existed. When things were different, ihe South did not knock the. North, nor will they Tvhen the tables" are turned, they surely will -be some future year. It is natural and right co .boost one's own. particular district, but it is not right or just to do so at fcb.e excuse of some other part of [is nonsense. It is small calibre ac one's own country. Alberta has j tions like tm's that 'bring ridicule anc enough knockers outside its twundar-1 contempt" upon an organiaation that tionery, and says -that ho will not do so, until every man in Canada has had. an.opportunity -to apply for the posi- tions. Advertisements >ill he print- ed in papers all. over Canada, regard- less of -politics, and, the best men will -be chosen regardless of politics or anything else than merit. That is a step in the right direction, and shows that the Secretary of State means (business in his efforts to put the print- ing department on a sound basis.' The suit 'between the town of Red Deer and the Western Electric Co. that created so much interest has re- sulted in a draw. The company keeps its franchise, but it must come under the class of common carriers and pro- vide telephones when asked to do so, the same as any other company. The silent Indian has at last spok- en, and says -that rain will fall to- day. He baclcs up his prophecy by re- moving ibis house that is builded upon the sands ot tie river Ev- eryone hopes that his prophecy comes true abundantly. Another :e Excursion i Sunday tue From Other Sanctums Lack of Discretion. Peterboro Review. In Preston on Sunday some of ch members and officers of the Lord' Day Alliance stopped a, sprinkling cart, that had been called out to laj 'the dust for a procession of the In dependent Order of Oddfellows. This ies without inside. All sections and people should unite to maintain1 the reputation of; this great province -from end to end is the greatest in the Dominion. It is >to be hoped that Mr. Poole and others like him will 'be condemned iby. the people and press of the -North, in whom .the sentiment of-fair play and patriotism is strong. OUR POINT OF: VIEW. Sir John A. Macdonald once said: "A man's -best friends are Jthose who stand him when he is wrong." That may- not be good politics, but it is patriotism to stand up for one's eonntry, most sturdily .when .things are not as prosperous as they have tteea and. will be. See? is framed and intended for -better tnings. .One man and a-nag and. a can allying the dust that a.hundred men might walk, in cvailort and clean footwear, and the oue man stopped tnat the hundred should suffer in- convenience. Is this the spirit of Christ, who came to make the world a -brighter, happier place? Men and women who think kindly of the Lord's Day Alliance will not agree Tvtth tMs form of ibrief authority shown -by the branch officers'in Preston on "this oc- casion. Sunday should foe the .most care free and. happiest day of the sev- en. Lorenzo Losso well says: "Not all the Lord's annointed "Are chosen or appointed." Tie. sound of the hammer of the will silence the hammer of the knocker any lime. The -tliae to boost is when -things go wrong. Southern Alberta is not as Tvell off as in former years, but the country is all right for all that Down at Barrie, Ontario, the preach- j ers gave public thanks in the church- es when a good shower of rain felL There are evidently other parts of the country that wanted rain. A -business, man rarely goes m Dry tn Ontario. Claresholm Review. The editor of the Review received a letter from a friend -in Toronto this and here is 'the report on wea- ther conditions in what is popularly claimed to foe the .banner -province. "We are having a drought in Ontario and no rain of any consequence has fallen for a month.- EverytMng is burning up for laxsk of moisture. This will-be the largest of the season and everybody interested in Fruit Growing should not miss this opportunity of making a personal inspection of the wonderful resources and fruit growing capabilities of the Arrow Lake District. Eemember the date and apply for full particulars to Arrow Lake Orchards, Ltd. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Side many years without suffering a loss because of poor stock, fire or some other mis- fortune. This year the drought is the aimer's misfortune. Men in 'all de- partments of activity must expect set- backs sometimes. The Edmonton Bulletin the implication that the Smelling the Carpet. Cincinnati Enquirer. Jerome S. McWade, condemning the evils of intemperance, said in the course of. a temperance address in D'oluta: "Colonel IngersoH, as an example of a drunken man, used to quote the case of him who lay on Ms back in r a. field and felt up in the air for the The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge NOINTEREST The- a NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge 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 Bompas ACCESSORIES Our .tock of It arriving daily. We have 3U8t t stock of auto tubes. 8ize. 34 i 4 and 30 i 3. Tfce Standard Gapag WOOD IT. The Office of the ransfer Co. Is Now On: Redpathst Opposite Methodist. Church Draying done on short notice SALE PHONES: THE PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot. Water Hsatln. Office and Workshop at 610 Burdet? PHONE 485 Professional Cards J) repudiates Edmonton i "You of course, the British i definition of intoxication: is rrn. it is true v -the northern part of -the province is more favored than the southern -this-year. But it misfort- of some parts of the south. The south will accept its statement, be- lieving that no responsible, sane and country. Yet that is what Is being done. Here is a sample: One J. I Poole, of Lacomfce, who- ever foe is, recently wrote to the Tor- onto Globe, saying, tilings: "From Calgary south other thev (the crops) are gone, gone, gone: and for fifty miles north from Calgary are just about as -bad. I-unflerstand that in She of Leth- "bridge aji municipal works have been suspended, baseball games caHed off and general stagnation and discour- agement stalk abroad." No one will deny that in parts of.-the south the crops are "gone, gone but it is not true of all the south. Cardston and Pincher Creek districts have crops of winter wheat that would -be .the envy of any other Part of the world under die most fav- oraWe circumstances. In the dis- tricts that are supposed by -Mr. Poole to ibe burnt up completely are'many farmers by using scientific and tcorougn cultivation, have got crops that are very good considering season, and they are fully up to the average Of many states in good years. As for -any one who has been, here, knows that Mr. Poole's understanding of -the situation is en- tirely wrong. Only a few the citizens passed fcylaws authoriz- ing