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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ifcily Herald, Friday, June 3, 1910. The batty Herald VALUE OF SURROUNDINGS. I testimony had the ring of truth, told The polio- adopted by educationists reluctantly, because It reflected of 'having Hue school buildings has something more in it than a desire to Established December, 1907. publiatied by the Lethbridge herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.en- fiat its office, Crabb St., LethbrMge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Director and Editor PHONES 1062-Edltorial and News Department Circulation and Job Departments. Subscript on Rates Dally, one year, -IJ-JO Daily, months, de vered Daily, three mouths, deliveiea oHlr, one month, delivered Daily, o e year, by mail...... Daily, alx mouths, by man Daily, thrfe months, by mail Addresses changea as oiieu as desir e old addreuea giveu. Published every Wednesday in eigb and contains a summary of the tUctrlrr tewB of the week, local and iifi in ri'ix. .montlfe, in advance Three months, in advance THE HERAl D l. on sale at the following ,ethbridge-rted Cross Drug arid Booh Store, J- G. Robertson Co., J.-.J. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. .VUcleod-Young R. W. Ham Hton. Pincher J MItcnel. D. L McCrea. Bros. _ Drug Bock Co Fcrnie, B. Beal. Cranbrook, B. Aichison, L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughar.. Calgary-Alberta Hotel Neva Stand Diamond City-Dr. D'Arc's drug store. Medicine Hat-L, M. Northam. A'.ao.on all C. P. R. have a show visitors, and have them exclaim about its beauty. Beautiful surround ings have a most important bearing on education. Boys and girls are in- fluenced a great deal by the conditions existing where they do their work. It is not enough to have a school room clean, although that is very Important. But there is a refining cultural influ nee in having the school beautiful, bildren will respect and take care f a building that is beautiful and will ave a pride in keeping it so. If there s no beauty the pupils see no reason or taking care of It. Bare, ugly walls 'TV-Ill be marked and scarred while those with a good color scheme will be admired and preserved. Th external appearance of the bulldine should be a model' so that as the cnil ren grow up they will learn the valu of external appearances, and whe they go out into the life of the worl will do their part toward erecting handsome homes and business blocks. his employer. Taking his evidence, together with the cypher message of Dr. Waddell to Clarke, advising ag- ainst agreeing to operate the line when completed, we take It that the ouipauy from the beginning had no ntentlon to operate the line 'after oinpletion, but tc throw it back up- u the Government Lo operate and pay he bond indebtedness any way they ould. That certainly was not or the Legislature when the bond is sue was guaranteed. While this night have been surmised from Waddell's telegram which unexpected- ly came into evidence, not .until God-j dard made his statement before .the commission on Saturday last was really established as a fact. Premier Sifton will have the hearty I vlnce generally if he insists upon new deal or goes the limit of the law] in cancelling the contract. Nothing But Talk. Calgary News. They are still talking about church] Dont Forget The Date JUNE 5th, 1910 Is when our big Excursion leaves here for the Arrow Lake Or- chard Lands. Call for full information or tele- phone 1210 An uglv school, withabareunattracj Tftey are sun w in Toronto, and we millennium TO tlve interior cannot but have a grading influence on pupils, while a school of beautiful and tasteful ap- pearance and appointments has the very opposite effect. I CUSTOMS OUR POINT OF VIEW. The people of Lethbridgo rejoice that Saskatchewan had such a snow- storm, even though it did put the tele- graph service on the bum and keep them from getting the usual supply of news in the Herald. Bail games, celebrations and all kin- dred pleasures are joyfully sacrificed when a snow or rain storm is in the air. No one kicks. will catch them on the job. Local People Have Faith. Calgary Herald. It is a boost for the Medicine Hat] district and its farmers to know that at the recent school land sale a great deal of the property was sold to local people. A Language of Their Own Calgary Herald. Railway tickets are to be printed In French and English. That's all right. Nobody "was ever able to un- derstand a yard of railway ticket, any- way. ACCESSORIES Our stock of accessories is arriving daily. We have just received a stock of auto tubes, sizes 34 x 4 and 30 x 3. PHONE M4 WOOD The Conservative press or the prov- ince seen determined to place upon the shoulders or Premier Sifton the sins of his predecessor. They seem to faikto recognize that the situation in Alberta is unique in the annals of political history in Canada. Had Silton succeeded Rutherford as Sir John Thompson, succeeded Sir John A. Macdonald to the federal premiership or as Hon. G. W. Ross suc- ceeded Hon. A. S. Hardy in Ontario in tne regular course of events, he would necessarily have been forced (to as- sume the responsibility for the pol itical acts of his predecessor. Bu his succession to office is decidely out or the regular course of events. Sifton is not in office because his predecessor voluntarily resigned no1- Snowstorms in June may not ap pear desirable to men from some parts of America, but to the farmers of Al- berta there is nothing better to be desired. A foot of snow is worth a big fortune. In the Public Eye It is the general opinion of those who know conditions that those who are crying because of the dry weather are more scared than hurt. CAWTHRA MULOCK. Cawthra Mulock, of Toronto, is a striking example of a young man who "gets there." For some months past Toronto has fairly marvelled "at the manner in which he in took hold and carried through the National Iron Works proposition at Ashbridge's Bay It was only last fall that he was still engaged in a fight to secure the Ash bridge Bay site for his new enterprise and yet to-day a most modern plan ______ stands on the site, which is turnin w out case iron pipe of a quality which People are always proud or a good Magrath has been added to the list oi: Alberta towns that have provided a fine up-to-date public school build- school building. It helps to maintain it to Lethbridge. is he is office because, tlie opposition civic pride and to create good citi-! party overthrew the government. Thejzens. retirement of Rutherford was due to) the opposition of his followers, who a- greed- with 'him in his main policy but opposed a particular action, namely the agreement with the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway. .The'.new- government was in no way a party to the action of the 'but on the other hand is in because oi: the condemnation of it. Under these circumstances it is most unfair to .bold the Sifton govern- ment responsible for the deeds of the Rutherford administration. is said to be superior to anything tha has ever been turned out in Canada. As an indication that experts mus 5 consider it of pretty good quality i it_ it [that the Citv Ensineer of Toronto' th Judging irom the enthusiasm of _ boys in the Artillery battery, they will give a good account of themselves at other day after a thorough Inspectio recommended that the compan v c