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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publtohlng Co., every lawful even- office; Crabb Street, Leth- Alberta, Canada.. W. A: iUCHANAN, Managing "Director and Editor. "and News Department Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Ratet Daily, one y.earA six months, delivered Daily, three montns, delivered Dally, month, delivered ......35c Dailyv by mail, Daily, six ;months; by mail Daily, three months, by. mail 85c Addresses changed as often as desir both new and old addresses must 3je given. -WEEKLY JPubUshed every .Wednesday in eight SUH FIRE 1710 HOME OFFICE Office to world LONDON. ENGLAND B. M. It 10 railway auid traffic 'bridge and the fare to be charged on the street rail- way and the expenditure of mossy to boost the merits of Edmonton ov- er Strathcona and vice versa will de- velop rivalry that cannot be overcome n.a few years. Just as Fort William and Port Ar- That new railway in country will have to he some railway so carry its full name, the Pincher Creek, Cardston and Montana Rail- way. (pases, and contains a summarv oiews of the week, local and district One year, ,ih months, in advance ..........75c Three advance THE DAILY HCftALD Is on sale at the'following places: Cross Drug and Book Robertson Co.. Johnston 4. Jackson, Alexandra Hotel. and Co., R. W. Hamil- ton.-- Plnchar J. Mitchell, D. L McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co B, BeaL B. Atchison. L. Reinecke, Tughan. D'Arc's drug store Medicine M. Northam. Vancouver, B. Wide News .Also, on alt C. P. R. trains. 4th -is -itn to matrimony, so and Strathcona. should According to W. L. Walsh, the A. O. W. company was a myth, and 2evr the Boileiin claims Edmonton i tiiat the myth is gone. There's noth- ing left but a memory. THE PATRONAGE SYSTEM. "Mr. Magrath is reported as having Declared in a speech at Bassano last week that fce -was opposed "to -the -practice of referring petitions ask- ing for the "appointment of postmast- ers in "this aid other constituencies to defeated Liberal candidates." Mr. "iragratli's views in this regard Jnay appeal to a great many people in both parties, who are opposed to the patronage system, but it would be well 'if Mi. Magrath was to agitate first to iave the ConserratiTe party, wMoh t. supports, place such a plank in its platform. Ever since party politics came in- to the world the favors have -been dis- tributed amongst the supporters of the party in power. That great Con- servative leader, Sir John A. Macdon- ald, never mem- bers when. he. had to make an appoint- ment, trat .took the recommendation of 'the defeated Tory candidates. Premier Roblin does She same in Manitoba, Premier McBride in Brit- ish Columbia, Premier Whitney in Ontario, arid Premier Hazcn in New they are all Con- servatives, just like the member for Medicine Hat Verily., Mr. Magrata ought to get toisy and influence the leaders of his BE CAREFUL OF FIRES. Every year comes 'the same com- plaint, that people are careless about fire when out on the prairie or in the woods. Almost all the prairie and b'usb fires that are proving so destruc- tive are due to carelessness. .Travel- lers, campers, fishermen and picnic- parties do not seem to realize the ab- solute necessity of putting out be- yond the possibility of rekindling, any i'ires they 'may make. This year the -danger is especiaUy great, as -both the prairie and the for- est are very dry indeed. When a fire starts, however small it may be, it is almost impossible to stop it, and a large area is burned over before the Ire burns out This is serious. The ires frequently mean loss of life and always mean loss of property. There is a law by tihose who start these fires are severely punished. But of the culprit cannot re- burned buildings and haystacks, make the grass grow, or recall life to che bodies of victims. Humanity de- mands that anyone wJio has occasion to light a match or a fire do so with The parents of Letfobridge iboys and girls will now -proceed to produce all those things they promised their Children if they passed their exam- inations. The number of immigrants to Can- ada from Britain doubled -during the past six mouths, in spite of the reg- ulations to which che Britishers much object. They do not seem to prevent those coming whom Canada wants. IT is said Jack Johnson will run for alderman of Chicago. It he knocks out graft as he did Jef- fries, ie will do something. But the chances are that he 'will toe" just a Uttle less useful than, a certain world's Large Excursion to The Picturesque Arrow Lakes B.C. July 24th, 1910 TMswm be the largest of the season and everybody interested in Fruit Growing should not this opportunity of makin" a, -ersGnal inspection of the wonderful resources and fruit growing capabilities of the Arrow Lake District. Eemember the date and apply for full particulars to Lak, Lahkridge Hotel Block XonelZli FIREWOOD For sale at reasonably prtcea. Delivered to any part of city within one mile of factory. The Lethbridge w champion -dhat used his popularity alderman of Toronto. to With hay at twenty dollars a ton some of our long ibearded friends will begin to the first time since their last shave. lite utmost care, and mafce sure that the fire, is completely extinguished. There is no condemnation too iarsh to give those who are careless in this matter. If gasoline doesn't increase in price rt win to iceep an auto fciian a horse. OUR POINT OF VIEW. The time to is when boosting is needed. Innisfree is the latest in the field for the agricultural college. Win somebody gets us a map and show us it is? From Other Sanctums The Medicine Hac Times says that _ ___________ nbe people there are so busy build- j stunning Blow for Toba ing factories that they have no time (Toronto Globe.) nor inclination to go trying to win the I Tins is a great dav for hard names baseball pennant. A little recrea-1 f rivate Steele is in .ifc.e lead for the uon is a good thing .provided the J grand aggregate at Bislev ,y0- pnce is available. I scotia steel has advanced" against a heavy market, and there is still an- other kind triumphant in the Manito- ba general election. The first question that will ,be fired over Tie phone line to the Hat will be "Have you had any rain own party, who are in power, or try- ing to reach, power, to think as he and guarantee to act towards -Liberal members as he would have a. Liberal government act towards Con- servative members. Magrath, if he should happen to become a Cabinet Minister some day, would find corridors leading to iis office full of insurgents if he ,made appointments on the recom- mendations of Liberal members, and turned the -cold shoulder the de- Those fellows who broke into the confectionery establishment were not j tlie proverbial "candy kids." Wilfrid Laurier christened an important divisional point on the G-rand Trunk Pacific. Graham, after tHe minister of railways and canals. That will surely be a real live go- ahead town if it adopts the character- The Bowery of the West. (Calgary >News.) To be knocked down with a ,bric and get relieved of a watch in i'broad daylight is a new -feature in i Calgary. The city is surely putting on metropolitan airs. Conservative candidates, nn- iesg he gets 'his party tied -down tight to 'the .policy 'Wo spoils -for our fel- lows in constituencies where they elect a Tory." As a matter of fact .the abolition of patronage will not oe fcrousht about until 'both parties Surveyor, Irrigation and BTr- Blocfc p. o. Box 657. Phone OF o Department, s.ummer Queenie Tabar> late of Seminary, N. S., and pupil of Regmwald, will have charge of the summer course in piano and" theory Music, 90 Ashmead, corner LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Hall. Caledonian Club tocna open ION. Sunday exoepted. All goofemen welcome. Olftt ft r.ft J. B. GIBBON, Prw. AL L. JOHN8TOK BMT NURSING THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad uate nurse In charge. Viavi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street Hours 19-12 a. m., 5-8 p.m. Mrs. Annie LIngard, manager. P. O. Box 2061. Phone 640. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall la open to let or dances, parties Sett floor In dty, steam .heated, kitch- en in all modern encet. Parttet wlfblng to tftgage ap> >ly to J H. Kellle, Plomblnr Land Block. Phone 510. Yard 14M. LA CONDAMINE-ClTll and Mining Engineer. Dominion Land Surveyor. Room 217, Sherlock -Building MANICURING, ETC. K. of Hall at o'clock. brethren are cordially J. McBRTOE SHIYMLT" GUS. NETDIG. W. 8. ISS VERONICA Block, Redpath St Ladles' hair dm- and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings nn LODGE PRIDE ALBERTA, No. ZJ3, Sow of hglanl Soeiet) Meett In tie Oddtejioini' Hill srjs "4, ;