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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2. The Lethbritge Daily Herald, Monday, June 35c The Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the.Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e.'en- at its office, Crabb St., Lothbridge. tlberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES i Editorial and News Department, 1224 Advertising, Circulation and Job Departments, Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivt-red Daily, sis months, delivered ?2.00 Dally, three months, udivertd Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, o e year, by mail Dally, six mouths, by wail Dally, tbrpo months, by mail .....SSi Addresses changed as often as desir but boihv new and old addresses uiuat be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight >ages, and contains a summary of the of the week, local and district. in Sis in advance 75e Three months, it advance 5Qc THE HERAl D tt on sale at the following places': L-ithbricge lied Cross Drug aucl Book Store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. Voung Ai Co.. R. W. Ham- ilton. Plncher E.J. MitclK'I. D. L McCrea. Westlake Bros. _ Cardstcm Alberta Bock Co. Fernie, B. C. Percy Beal. Cranbroak. B. Beattie Atchisoh. 0. L. Reinecke. Grassy Dr. Tughar... Calgary Alberta Hotel News Stand. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world FOUMJBD A.D. 1710 SI-CENTENARY 1910 HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND t Canadian ISmuch. Sim Building, Toronto, II. M. Blackburn, cultured gentleman, and at.the same [besides, a defeat for the newly ap- time be prepared to take bis place i pointed premier would be a serious in the work of the world with the best training that will enable him to make the most of himself for the benefit of himself and his fellow citizens In whatever trade or profession he fol- lows. The two objects of education seem to conflict, and it will require the most careful study by the best educationists to devise a plan of education'that will accomplish both. This Is v the ob- ject of the commission appointed. That they may be successful is the earnest hope of all who are concern- ed in the education of the Canadian youth. embarrassment to him In his work, even though another constituency were opened for him as a haven of refuge. OUR POINT OF VIEW. Judging from reports of the number of members who are willing to resign them to do. to give a seat to Premier Sifton, there must be a lot ol budding politicians who are sick of the game already. Doesn't Like the Word. Macleod Advertiser. Now is an eminently appropriate time to drop the silly appelation "in- surgents." It was Imported from the other side, and is even more Idiotic here than in the United States. An insurgent is a rebel against rightful authority. The members of ithe Al- berta legislature who had the cour- age to stand up for honesty and fair dealing, for the welfare of the prov- ince and their own convictions, did exactly what their constituents sent All honor to these men. To label them "insurgents" is an in- sult. Diamond Dr. D'Arc's drug store. Medicine L. M. Northam. Also on all C. P. R. trains. THE PARTY'S CHOICE. We are satisfied that a Provincial convention of Liberals would satisfy tnose who are not content Trith the summoning of Arthur L. Sifton to the leadership, that he is tie choice of the great majority of Liberals in the province.for the leadership of the par- ty. He is recognised generally as the most capable man, especially at this critical stage in the history of the province: He is a man. of great fore- sight and wisdom, and under his lead- f ership. the Liberal government will worth coasting about Many of Mr. Cushing's admirers be- lieve he should have'been chosen, and the Conservative organization would have been delighted, also, for they know that the discord in the Liberal party would have been prolonged, just as it would had Mr. Cross been nam- ed, as his followers greatly desired, and their advent to power would have been .much earlier, than it. will be now since Mr. Sifton has taken hold of the direction of affairs. Next to Premier Sifton, the busiest men in Alberta for .the next few months will be his cabinet ministers. Thev have lots of work ahead of them. .When airships become a regular Severe on O'Brien. High River Times. When the mouthy Socialist member for Rocky Mountain riding attempted to speak disparagingly of the late King in the Legislature hall at Ed- monton, he should have been seized and soundly kicked and cuffed, in fact means of transportation, the dead-i head will have a great advantage. The j an application of tar and feathers and conductor will hardly dare to drop j cat-o'-nine-tails would have been very him off between stations. J appropriate. A U. S. senator made a four day speech on the railroad bill. That was an awful strain on the Dill, to say nothing of the senators who had to form the quorum. In the Public Eye June seems to be the favorite month' for religious conventions, assemblies and conferences, as well as for wed- For the Boers to pass laws making military service in United South Af- rica compulsory in the defence of the (and Mr. John Burns by the bier of the JOHN BURNS AND THE QUEEN-MOTHER A London despatch says: There is absolutely no truth in the highly-colored despatches purport! tg to emanate from London which have been published in some Amdr-' newspapers regarding an alleged "scene" between Queen Alexandra British Empire is certainly showing ap preciation of the generosity of British treatment. TIME FOR A CHANGE The Claresholm Review says: "When the new minister of education gets into harness he might take a look over the province and find much to do. la this riding several rural sec- tions have grievances, so the Review is informed, and he might explain the redtapism which keeps a growing- town like Barons without a school. It is nothing short of a scandal that the growth a town should be hampered owing to lack of a school. It isn't enough for officials to sit in arm. chairs at Edmonton and see that certain regu lations are observed. They should take a more practical interest' in the needs of the province, take the in- itiative if necessary. The needs of Barons are quite worthy of the atten- tion of the officials at Edmonton. Tie ex-minister of education was lord- high-everything in the cabinet, and it wasn't surprising that there were kicks." The Review strikes a vital spot The Education Department has been weak in administration. It was out o! touch with the needs of the people and owing to a rank system and red tapism many communities have been expected to wait too long to get schools. The Barons case is a glar- ing one, and Is discreditable. The new minister, the Review says, has work to do in remodelling the system followed in the department In the past and at present If there is one more than another who can sympathize with Premier Sif- ton it is President Eckstorm, of the Western Canada Baseball League. He seems to be having trouble of his own also. It seems as though the baseball club would have to start losing again to induce rain to come in sufficient quantities. It won't rain as long as they win The King was forty-five years of age on Friday. One disadvantage of of royal birth is that royalty, whether man or woman, cannot keep their ages secret The meetings of the religious de- nominations of Canada.all emphasize the great importance of their work in the West, and the urgent need ot more men to carry on the in-- the home mission fields. An international tribuaal for the con trol of freight and passenger rates in ocean traffic would be a spUndM in- stitution. The rates tnat the steam- ship companies charge have a great deal to do with the amount .of busi done, and with the prices charg- ed the consumer for the commodities tbey carry. It would be a moans of SNAPS 320 Acres With 100 Acres Crop arid Buildings per Acre 50x125 on Courtland, near London Road Easy Terms 7 Room Modern House on Glyn x Easy Terms :MAN MACLZOO AND FARM CUSTOMS ACCESSORIES Our stock of accessories is arriving daily. Wo have just received a stock of auto, tubes, sixes 34 x 4 and 30 x 3. PHONE 564 WOOD ST. late King. The despatches stated that her Majesty, when Mr. Burns vis ited Buckingham Palace to look his last on King Edward's features, withering scorn thus addressed him "You, sir, and Mr. Asquith, are res ponsiole for the death of the King who lies here." So far is this report from being true that it may be stated on the soli- tary occasion on which Mr. Burns vis- ited the chamber where, the King lay dead, he did so as a member of a small party of distinguished men, intimate- ly known to his late Majesty, who had been personally invited by the Queen- mother to visit the bier of their late Sovereign. The party in Question in- cluded, besides Mr. Burns, Mr. B.rl four, Lord Curzon and Lord er, and it was welcomed at -.uc- pal- ace by Queen Alexandra, who as a mark of especial favor, accorded fcy her to none others than royalties and members of the household, herself acted as its escort to the chamber of death. It may be added that she remained in the room while each member of the distinguished party took Ms farewell of his dead master. When Queen Alexandra, on the ISth of May, drove to Westminster Hall -with Prince Hen- ry of Prussia, and others, to witness the lying-in-state, Mr. Burns was one of the two Cabinet ministers who re- ceived her, the other being Mr. Ear- court So far from Mr. 'Burns being re- MORrtlNGSIDE The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge PER LOT Down and a Month NO INTEREST NO TAXES OtlVER BLOCK Lethbridge JUST.ARRIVED CAR OF CELEBRATED P. 0. Box 1929 Phone 1214- THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 414 Dufferin St. Lethbridge, AIU. The Office of the Ripley Transf er Co. Is Now On RedpathSt. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on short notice FOKSALE Offict PHONES: -586 Residence -1204 R. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett St. PHONE 485 Professional Cards preserving peace. The disarrange- garded with any animosity 'by the menc of trade relations is one of the {Queen-mother, it Is well known that strongest deterrents or Ihe financial interests of tbe nations the upsetting of existing basiaess ar rangements as much as anything CCD- nected with an outbreak of hostilities. TECHNICAL EDUCATION The action ol the Dominion, govern- ment and the government of several provinces in appointing commissions to make research regarding technical education will receive approval from all quarters. For many years there has been a growing dissatisfaction with the educational methods In nse In this "and other countries. It has been felt that the education given the youth does not qualify them adequate- ly to undertake the practical work of life. The complaint has been that the primary and secondary schools were conducted so as to make teach- ers only. The boy wants to go Into Industrial lines gets little or no assistance or prepaiatlon at school. The education he got seemed to be almost entirely cultural, with but Ht- Ue practical benefit. At tlmei attempts have been made by the ultlllUrlan scbool pC whom Her- bert Spencer -wag ably the first great leader, to make education more practical. As a. rule, the attempts vent too far an4 caltnral pact of tducation neglected when their lead irai followed. The aim to equalize the efforts to attain both objects, so that a stmd- win pntftrat to take Us place among sis follow as am A Tip tg the Premier. Macleod Advertiser. It would onlr be a complication for Air. SUton to run against a local can- didate for Parliamentary honors, and, LEGAL JOHNSTONS ters and solictters. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Johnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH 8t McAR- THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conyfaeare Block, Lethbridge. both she and the late King have for years entertained tor him feelings of the highest esteem. In fact, King Edward may be said to have had a warmer personal regard for Mr. Burns that he had for any member of the present government, with the excep- tion of Mr. Harcourt, who has always been honored with their Majesties' friendship which he In- herited from his father, the late Sir William Harcourt, for long the Nes- tor of the Liberal a remark- able degree. SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money ti: lonn. Offices in Canadian Bank ot Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shepherd. ACCURACY AND QUAJLITY These are the Watchwords of our Dispensary In dispensing your prescrip- tion we take the greatest posible care, and every pre- scription is so rechecked that there Is no possibility of error. Only the best products from the best makers are used In compounding your medicin- es, and these are all care- fully examined before they are used. By using the best you are assured of getting the max- imum benefit from the medicine you take. H. A. J. Solicitor. Notary. Room 14, Stafford Block. JOHN J. and Solicitor. Office, Rooms 3 and I, OM Block. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red path 8t. Phone 53. DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner RedpatJ- and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-3.30 Phone day and night 1242. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, surgeon accoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St. Phone 476. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Whii ney "Block. Late- of Williams Architects, Detroit. ,Q. Whitney Block. Room JAS. A. Block; Redpath ftreet. Lethbridge, Alta. CARPENTER Cottages, hou- ses, shacks, churches, halls and stores estimated on, and all kinds of repairs and alteration work carefully execut-" ed. Orders with Mr. J. M. Brook's store at 402 Westminster Rd. or P. 0. Box 435. 145-26 J. kinds of jobbing, carpentry, joining and reconstruct .ing done on the shortest notice. Sal- isfaction guaranteed. Estimates giv- en. 849 Crabb St., or General Deliv- ery. 137-26 MANICURING, ETC. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. Etc.--Architect, Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. i W. A. Architects.' 211 Sherlock Block Leth- bridge. Phone 1438. MISS VERONICA Block, Redpath St. Ladles' hair dres- sing and and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen. Lethbridge, Alta. MUSIC WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512. D. A, TAYLOR, M.D., 1st, Eye, -Ear, Nose and Stafford Block, Lethbrtdge, Atta. Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-6 pjn.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phooe 341; Resi- dence 693. T. K. and Build- er, estimates; given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Bos 515; office 1260 Courtland street. POAPST Solicitors and Notaries. Money loan. Southard Block. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A., L L Barrister, Solicitor, Notw Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, etreat Safe Satisfactory Druf Store Acadia Block, Red path St Day and Night Phons 568 Nlfht Bell Picture Franwr. Sidelights A Prayer. "0 prays the Houston Post, "now that everything Is coming our way, purge every Democratic sonl of hot air and vainglory, and insert large instalments of common sense in ev- ery Democratic cranium." We Should Say Not Ottawa Free Press. Claresholm, Alberta, is boasting that It is adding a baby to its popula- tion at the rate of one a day. There's no race suicide about the new west. The Arrow Lake OrcnardB excur- sion leaves here tomorrow morning at four o'clock. About thirty-five peo- ple are going for the purpose of lock- ing over fruit lands on the shores of the Arrow Lakes. Anybody wishing to take advantage the excursi II they phone this Evening to of- fice of Freeman, Macleod and Round St, so that can be made. The cleaning up ol liquor ban la Toronto on Sundays will Henceforth be prohibited. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 Sontbtrd Block; Money to Loan. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. accountant Audits, liquidations, general Bcoonn' Ing ,and advice thereon. Acadia Block. Lethbridge, Alia. DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Macdonald Bllt. Phone 1071. DR. Surg- eon and Accoucner. Office and re- sidence, 425 Bartlett arrest- Phone 521. NURSING TRAINED 1001 Redpath St Phone 1463. 145-0 MEDICAL DR. pnjfl clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 65S. DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8: DR. Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S.30. OFice Phone 319; Residence DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office. Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Boia- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.SG. DR. GARNET t. srad uate Royal College of Dental Sur geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock BnlWIng. Hours 9-12, 1-6. Phone 463. DR. THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse In charge. MORROW Con- tractors; estimates given on. all classes of work. All work guaran- teed. 717 Crabb Street Box Phone 1118. MADAM iste. At liberty for engagements, dances, operatic, dramatic and vau- deville. Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) MISS NORMAN, teach- er of dancing. 622 Crabb St. 143-0 Mr. J. voice forte-playing, and theory. 710 Court- land St., phone 420. W. given In cultivation, organ and piaao- CONCRETE execut ed for cement sldewaiks, basements and other concrete work. Art. stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks and brick always on hand. H. J. Goode, Concrete Factory, 523 Smith SL, Phone 1344. W. and builder. Estimates cheerfully given. Residence 633 Bartlett St P. 0. Box 456. H. C. C. SALMON is prepared to re- ceive pupils In Piano and Theory. 1213 Bompas street. 'P. O. Box 133. Phone 1162. HOD CARRIERS A. BUILDING LA- BORERS' UNION will meet every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Labor Tem- ple until further notice. L. HOEY, Sec. Box 401. 122-26 UNDERTAKING S. and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given. P. O. Gen. Del. 938 Burdett St. 146-32 SURVEYING T. S. Director and Embalraer. White and black hearses. Itorlors open day and night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co Phone 561. R. G. Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest methods of embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and up; all work strictly under the charge ot R, G. Addison. Lady In 321 Crabb street, Phone 682. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall !R open to tet for parties, banquets, Btnt floor In city, steam heated, kitch- en In connection, all modern fences. Faroes wishing to pi; io J H. Western J. F, HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. LETH BRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meeto Caledonian Hall, Qlyn ft. Club xoom open evening T.H to 10 SO. Baoday cxeepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. .JOHNSTON, Secy-, J. B. GIBBON, Box HI. Prea. W..H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Iiklnstrlal Spurs, Railways, Yard Layortts, Water Suppltoc, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, etc. etc. 211 Sherlock BJoct. rtwoe 1438. C. DE LA and Mining Engineer. Land Surveyor. Sherlock Building. 147-0 AUCTIONEER CHARLEY M, and commission careful attention given .to all sales entrusted to me; lire stock my specialty; satisfaction guaranteed. .Farmers' Barn, Meets First and Saturdays In K. of V. .Hall at I o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially Invited. J. McBRIDE SHP7BLY, W.P GUS. NEIDIG, W. S, LODGE PRIDE OF No. it taeflt Meets in tae OddfeUown' HsJl every first; and tMrd WNtees4ar ol month, at 8 MB. For fall par- ticulars apprr W. T. W, A. J. ;