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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2. The LethbrWge Daily Herald, Wednesday, June 8, The Daily Herald Both, are most welcome. December, 1907. published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful e, en- tit at its office, CrabUSU Lethbridge Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES aud News Department Circulation aud Job Departments. Subscription Rates one year, delivered f 4.00 Dally, six months, delivered Dally, three months, delivered Daily; one month, delivered Daily, o e year, by mail months, uy mail Daily, inontbs, by mail Addresses changed as often as ed, but both new and must Oe giveii WEEKLY Published every-Wednesday In eigb wges; aud contains a summary ON the tews'of the week, local and >ue' year, in .advance in" advance months, in advance ;.......50c The Ontario government is cancell- ing the veteran land grauts bought by speculators on which the settle- mentvduties have not been done. Spec- ulators must taught to develop their land or sell tb those who will. A St. Catharines, Out., man got a post card twenty-two years after it was posted. That beats the record even in Western Canada. J2.00 35c JL76 ..85 and old addresses The weather may be drier than usual but it has not affected iu the east the harvest the ministers get from June weddings. The city council's only action to ward getting a commission in opera tion seems to be to decide to post pone action. The city should be willing to let any reputable aud responsible busi- ness outfit have a franchise for nat- A Svmptod Troubles are Eemoveiiby Dr. Mwse's lidiin iMt rills. Sick headaches are not merely afflictions to be borne as patiently possible they arc danger signals. They never come unless the digestive system is out of order, and their regular recurrence is proof positive of serious trouble and t warning that vhould be heeded promptly. Sick headaches are caused by Indiges- tion, Biliousness or Constipation, and no amount of "headache powders" will do more than temporarily relieve them. The only way to get rid of them entirely is to cure the Constipation or Indigestion Thttf itrrlblt tcli ft tifilttitd Or. Merit't I ural sas in the city. It can-never be tjjat js causing them, and nothing will a monopoly with coal and electricity to compete with for fuel aud. power. THE DAILY HERAl D lie '.V.B regius professor ;u Oxford anO hud tho dis- tinction of being tutor of the late King "'J-idwanl. Ke was one of tie pronounced of the philosophical CCESSORIES Our stock of accessories is 50x125 We have just received a stock of auto tubes, sizes 34 x 4 and 30 x 3. 50x125 Western Transfer Co. LONG-' BKOS.Proprtetors Office noxt Arcade Phone Helio! Is That Warner? (Warner Record.) The telephone line to Warner is an j liberals of that time and was a very assured thing, aud four car loads of posts are here now. The line is being built from Stirling this way, and it is only a maaer of a few weeks until us up. The Key to tke of Lettibriclge nation-wide recognition, he has been a most prominent fisure in the af- fairs of two continents. In Canada where he has lived since 1S71, his home, "The Grange" in Toronto, 'has been ihe centre of an influence ack- nowledged throughout .not only Can- ada, but the United States and Great Britain as well. Seldom, if ever before, has a man got such a. firm hold on a people who differed from him so widely on vital Goldwin Smith did not al- ways strike a popular note. The most notable case of this.was his advocacy of Canada's annexation to the United' States. He firmly believed ttiat that was the destiny of Canada and he was fearless in expressing this view. Canadians disagreed with him, but they loved and respected the -man in spite of Ms views, which in any other man would have been considered trea- sonable. Canada. loses in him a public spirit- ed citizen. His interest in, all that pertained to good citizenship is well known. His generosity to the city of Toronto and the institutions, edu- cational and charitable in that city has been that of a prince. For years Goldwin Smith has been recognized as the ripest scholar, the purest writer of English, the leading historian and most prominent public- ist in the empire. There was none to dispute the position accorded him. His life and work were a credit to himself, to the land of his binh and to that of his adoption. His death re-1 moves one of the world's great men. Popular Summer Resort (Toronto Telegram) And the coal bin still holds its place :imong the most frequented .'of the summer's resorts. Eastern Weather (Toronto Telegram) Is the "present month June or Jan.? Sidelights: The Groom Was Somewhat Pied The bride was tastefully gowned in white Persian lawn, the groom in the conventional Rapids, (la.) Slightly Awkward A Methodist bishop's wife, address- ing a meeting of working women made home life seem all very fine and ideal but one housewife voiced the opinion of the rest, perhaps, when she said to her neighbors with a sniff: "She's all right as far as she goes; but what I'd like to ask her is does she do when her old bishop comes home on pay night with his envelope empty "and a fightin' jag THE LIFE OF LATE GOLDWIN SMITH BAPTIST CONVENTION The Baptist Provincial Convention is heartily welcome to Lethbridge. Its citizens recognize the great work the church is; for the maintenance of high ideals of citizenship in this province and acknowledges the Bap- tist body as one of the most active and inDuential parts of the church. rj ueir zeal in the missionary enter- prise and in moral and social reform has commended them to the admira- tion of the people of all denomina- tions. There is no proof that the Baptis Convention assembled in the city brought the splendid raia that f el night It Is a coincidence, how- that the two came together. ACCURACY The world has lost another of reat men. Professor Goltlwin I L.L.D., D.C.L., historian, publicist, r-lu- cationist, journalist, scholar, reform- er, philanthropist and gentleman, hrs ceased his labors after hiving j eighty-seven years, an hou >r to his nation and his people. Goldwin Smith was born in Reading, England, in 1S23, graduated from Mas dalen College, Oxford, In aftrr having won the highest honors in the several years of the coivs'i. Such j brilliant career at collago demanded acknowledgment and his ware not slow In siiowing thrir nprre- The gathering logether of a large elation thereof. In 1817 he TVIS call- number of men and women whose Jed to the oar. The great elvaiional chief aim in life is to help their fel-1 lowmen to see and accept the life and teaching of Jesus Christ as their ex- ample and precept is bound to have a .good influence on the place where they arc assembled. There is an in- spirational effect from such gather- ings that always makes itself felt While this influence Is felt to a great- er or less extent by the whole city, the congregation immediately con- cerned derives by far the greater good. Its members and workers are encouraged and inspired by the re- cords of other places reported, by the strong stirring messages of the speak- ers and the evident earnestness of the men and women who confer together as tc the best means of accomplish- ing their purpose of establishing the spiritual kingdom of their Lord'and Master. The citizens of Lethbridge bid the delegates to the convention most heartily welcome and trust that they wiii have a pleasant and profitable time while they remain in the city active aud effective champion of the north iu the American Civil War. His two pamphlets, "Does the Bible Sanc- tion American anii "The Morality of the Emancipation Procla- mation Act." were widely read and discussed and contributed very ma- terially to mould public opinion in Britian. in favor of ate north. 'Of this great service the American people have been most appreciative. In 1S64 and again in 1S66 when he visited the United States he was of- fered and accepted the professorship of English Constitutional History in Cornell University, a position he held j ail his life although since 1871, when j he moved to Toronto, to live, as a non- resident professorship. Immediately after his removal to Toronto he became prominent in lit- erary and educational circles. In 1S74 he was appointed a senator of Toron- to University in which institution he always took a deep interest and was always one of its best advisors. la 1SSO he commenced the publica- tion of "The a monthly review of current events. His clear, outspoken opinions on public matters have made "Bystander" the best known journal in Canada. His did not always receive the approval of the people. Especially was ibis I true in his advocacy of the annesa- -_ tion of Canada to the United Stf-.tes, and his opposition to the constraction of the Canadian Pacific railway. But his opinions were always respected, and his expression admired. In all his literary twork. lnx books, pamphlets, magazines or in papers, his style was direct and incisive. Tr.ere was little possibility of a reader rvs taking his meaning. He hated sha-ns and he detested weaklings whose self- ishness is fed by the lives of'others. He was unsparing in his criticism of what he conceived to be unworthy in action or principle but was in his sympathies and :warm in his appreciation of what he deemed lo ave been done for the welfare Ot Vr.- lanity. He did not mince his words nd his directness at times .was..t-l- nost s'tartling. H'S language was a model of purity and he was a pro- ound student of language. He was a writer of wide repute rnd he mere enumeration of his works ild occupy much space. Some of jis best are; Irish History and 'own a The Standard Securities Company OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge Kiplcy Traiisfer Co. Is Now On Opposite Methodist Church Drayiug. done on short notice FOK SA.LK Office- -5S6 Residence- -1204 C. McCLURF S. KNAPMAN THE STANDAE1) PLUMBING .CO. U Steam and Hot Water Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett St. PHONE 435 ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager. Plumbing and heating, gas fittiug heating; jobbing promptly atteudeti to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co. Phone 3G5. Professional Cards CARPENTER hou- ses, shacks, churches, halls and stores estimated on, and ail 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 AR H1TECTS CONTRACTORS LEGAL JOHNSTONE wrs and solicit-Qrs. Office, adjoin ing Onion Bank, Lethbridge. _ L-M Johnitoae-.'.T. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR Barristers. Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. SIMMONS Solicitors and Nctaries. Money U: loan. Oflices In Canadian Bank ot Commerce Bldg. W. C. Simmons' S. J. Sliepherd. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Suraeon. Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-3 p.m. Office 914 Red path St. Phone 53. DR. J. E. (McGill) Physi ciau and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; ll-l; 3-5; 7-0. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; S.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. QUALITY These are the Watchwords of our In dispensing your prescrip- tion we take the greatest posible care, and every pre- scription is so rechecked tbat there Is no possibility of error, QUALITYr- Only the beat products from the best makers are used in compounding your medicin- es, and these are 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. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, Safe Satisfactory Drug Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Picture Framer. H. A. J. MACDOUGALi'.-Barrister Solicitor. Notary. Room 14. Stafioro Block. JOHN J. anc Solicitor. Office. Rooms 2 and 3. Oil Block. R 8. C. THOMSON, B.A., siclan, surgeon accoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road Residence 320 Wail work St. Pbone 476. Whii ney Block. Late of Williame Bros Architects, Detroit. J. kinds of jobbing, carpentry, joining and reconstruct ing done on the shortest notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Estimates giv- en. S40 Crabb St., or'General Deliv- ery. 137-26 Q. Whitney Block. Room e JAS. A. Archttert Macdczald Block, Redpath street Lethbridge, Alta. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth- bridge. Phone 1438. MANICURING, ETC. MISS VERONICA Block, Redpath St. Ladies' hair dres- sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen. Lethbridge, Alta. WILLIAM and Con tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office hours: 9.30-12 a_m.; 2-5 p.m.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 341; Resi- dence 593. T. K. McN El and Build- er, estimates given on all kinds o( buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Bos 515; office 1260 Courtiand street. POAPST Solicitors; and Notaries. Money ta loan. Southard Block. Jharacter, Bampton Lectures of 1856, William Cowper, History of the Un't- ed States, Oxford and Other Colleges, Rational Religion, Three English Statesmen, The Political Destiny of anada and the United Kingdom. When it was thought desirable to have Macaulay's History of England brought up to date, the task as- signed to. Goldwin Smith, he being the only one considered a worthy suc- cessor of an historian like Maca'.iliy. He has been a constant and fre- quent contributor to newspapers f.nd magazines, his contributions slsned "Bystander" in the Weekly Sun, wMch he discontinued only a few months ago, have been widely read aa.1 dis- cussed. When he ceased these com- ments and thereby gave up Journal- ism there was widespread regret ex- pressed all over Canada, It was feared that when he fell last winter and broke his thigh that one of his age could not withstand such a shock. Cheerful, brave and patient with such great suffering, his wonder- ful vitality told and he recovered suf- ficiently to be removed to his den at "the Grange." But the shock erf3ant- ly had Its effect and when the final attack on his system came he went quickly. R. B.A.. L L Barrister, Solicitor, Notrv Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, street. E. C. Soli- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 Soutbtrd Block; Money to Lou. DR. M. J gradu.ite of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office rnnm 4 Macdonald Blk. Phone 3071. MORROW Con- tractors; estimates given on all classes of work. All work guaran- teed. 717 Crabb Street Box 1957. Phone 111S. MUSIC MADAM pian- 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 Ar. J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and piano forte-playing, and theory. 710 Court land St.. phone 420. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. accountant Audits, liquidations, general Ing .and advice thereon. Acadia Block. Letfcbridge. DR. Surg- eon and Accoucher. Office and re- sidence, 425 BarUett street Phone 521. NURSING TRAINED 1001 Redpath St Phone 1463. 145-O MEDICAL DR. clan. Bryan Bloclt, Room 21. Offiw hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658. DOCTOR 9 2-3; 7-S. DR. McN Stafford Block. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-S 30. Ottce Phone 319; Residence TO'JO. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoucher. Office, Block Residence, corner Glys and Boss- pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. THE DAINTY PRIVATE'HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse in charge. UNDERTAKING CONCRETE e.xecut ed for 'cement sidewalks, basements and ctiscr concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks and brick always on hand. H. J. Goode, Concrete Factory, 523 Smitn St., Phone 1344. 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 BUILDING W. ami builder. Estimates cheerfully given Residence 633 Bartlett SL P. 0. Box 456. BORERSr UNION will meet every Tuesday at S P-ni- at the Labor Tem- ple until further notice. L. HOEY, Sec. Box 401. 122-2G S. and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given. P. 0, Gen. Del. 938 Burdett St. 146-32 SURVEYING LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hull, Glrn flt. Clufa Toom open evening 7.10 tc 10 80, Sunday exoepted. All Bcotemen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, J. B. GIBBON. Boi J2I. Prw. T.. S. Director and Embalmer. White and ttaclc hearses. open day and night at TOir doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co. Phone 561. Chas. D. Norton of Chicago has been appointed secretary to President Taft. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlocfc Building. Fours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 4B3. DR. ofllcv Phone I Block; 410 R. G. Director ft Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest metbodi of embalming; blade and white funeral inonunwnu sold and up; all work strictly under the charge of R, G. Addison. Lady In Office, 321 Crabb street, Lethbrtdge; Phone 68Z. CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall open to let for dances, .parties, banquets, Best floor In city, steam heated, Wtcn- en In conntcUon, ali modem conret lences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J H. Wetlern F. HAMILTON, Land Surreyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation englawr. P. G. Block. Phone 611. R. E. Me Industrial Spars, Railways, Yard Water Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, etc, etc, 211 STrtfrtock Block. PnoBt- 143C. Pint and Saturdays In K. of F. Hall' at I o'clock. VMtlnc brethren are cordiatly J. MeBREDE SHIT1LT, W.P GUS. NEIDIG, W. S. C. DE LA and Mining Engineer. Dominion Land Surveyor. Sherlock Building. H7-O AUCTIONEER CHARLEY H. and commission agent, careful attention given to all sales entrusted to me; live stock my specialty; satisfaction LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Beiefit guaranteed. Letbbrldce. Farmers' Feed Barn. T. Robinf, Meets in the Hall every flrst and third Wednesday of month at 8 3 m. For Tall par Ucnrars appry J. Warreft. Boi 17 ;