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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 LattofUge Daily flermld. Monday, .June 27, If HO, The Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald rrlntius Co., Ltd., every lawiul at its office, Crabb St.. Letnbridge Alberta. Canada, V. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES Editorial and Newe Department. Advertising, Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rates otiiy1; oat; year, deliverea J4.00 months, delivered .12.00 Dally, three mouths, delivered Dully, one month, delivered 35c Dilly, o e year, by mail inouihs, by mail .J1.75 Qtily. months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desir but both new aud old addresses WEEKLY Published every Wednesday ia eight and contains a summary of the o! the week, local aud district. m uiiumce .51.50 .Six mfntM, in advance ..75i. Threi, iKontbs, In advauca THE HERAl D u on sale at the following place's: bridge Uc-ii Cross Drug and Book Store. J. G. Robertson Co.. J. J Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. Youus Co.. R. 'W; Ham ilton. Pinchcr Creek- tl. J. Mitchel D. L McCrea. Westlake Bros. Alberta Drug Book Co Ftrnie, B. C. Percy Beal. Cranbroo'x, B. Boatue A: Atchison. 0. L. lleinecke. Dr. Tughar.. Alberta Hotel News Stand Diamond City Dr. D'Arc's drug store. Medicine Hat L. .M. Nortaaui- on all C. P. R. trains. he bin as the utmost they can hope or at time. If Ihe bill becomes law, it is expected that H vill mean the enfranchisement of about a million women. DAIRY RECORDS. One of the best '.vays to develop in- terest iu anything is to devise somo neans of finding out the progress made in it. The Department of Ag- riculture at Ottawa Ins issued a sim- ple dairy herd record which may be lad free on application. By Its use record can be kept of the different cows of one's herd, and thereby which cows are profitable and which are not. The experience of meu who have made a practice .of keepmsj such records is that they iu a short time double the output of their herds by the elimination of the animals that j are not profit makers. Tlie animal that maintains a high general average is thy one that is desired. This reeord-keeyiug has an addi- tonal advantage as a means of inter- esting the boys on the farm in dairy- ing. It would not take very much managing on a father's pan to divide the care of his herd among his boys and have a competition to see which one gets the best results. The ani- mals would re'ceive belter care and attention with correspondingly bettor results. Not Knockers Tabor Free Press. They've got n Hammer in Ciirdston and we've got one iu Taber, and both are boosters. How Ho you account for that'.' Money, Not Conscience. Chicago Tribune. 'Between prize fighting and a Pan- tuna exposition, California decides with some reluctance that, the fight will have to yo. There is more mon- ey iu the exposition. Side Lights STRANGE POLITICAL MEETING. W. J. Hanna. provincial sec- retary ot the province of Ontario, has been elected president of Uie Oanad- ian Charities and Corrections. Many people have the idea that because a man is a politician and spent years in the hardness of political strife that he is dead to the finer sensibil- ities. Such is not the case by any means, as many instances could be given to prove. Hon..W. J. Hanna is a case in point. Mr. Hanna has evolved a system of treatment for criminals that is hu- mane, and should out for the benefit of unfortunate criminals, and aence for society as a whole-. Peo- ple are interested in his work in this direction as an incident a year or two. ago showed. It was in the bye-election in West Middlesex, .when Duncan Ross was el- ected. Mr. Hanna was billed to speak in a town in that constituency that had the reputation of having rather small, uninteresting meet- ings, attended only by men. To Mr. Hanna's surprise, as he entered the large hall he found it packed to the doors, and the majority of the crowd were ladies. He could not under- stand it until a note was delivered to him saying: "The ladies of the.aud- ience wish you would speak on Pris-J OUR POINT OF VJEW. Forget the weather, forgot engage- ments, forget everything, baseball fans, the team is home attain. lion. CUas. Murphy oertuiuly seems to have made a job of his investiga- tion of the doings of tlie government printing bureau. When a member of the Laurier gov- ernment knows there is anything in his department, he does not "wait until forced to make an investi- gation. He goes right after it as one of the duties of government. Manitoba elections are always strenuous, but the present campaign bids fair to cap the climax. on Reform. If Colin Campbell is right about the" selling of a judgeship by Horace Cuevrier, the latter should be driven out of public life. If he is wrong, the former should receive the same treatment. Such actions, if true, such libels, if untrue, cannot be tolerated. T. P. on Bulls. T. P. O'Connor, the witty Irish par- liamentarian, discussed at a dinner in New York, the bull, says the Uticu. Ulobe. "The said he, "Isn't confined to Ireland. It was au Englishman, you know, an English judge, who, be- ing cold by :i tnunp that he was un- married, replied: 'Well, that's a good ihing for your wife.' "And it was sm American politician sleeping iu his tent, with a stoue jug" for n'pillow, replied, on being asked if Uie jar wasn't hard: 'Oh, no; I've stuffed it, you see, with hay.' "AuJ it American politician here iu Xcw York, who cried one liigat 1'roiu i.he of a. dray: 'II w't- rem.iiu sileui the people will not hear our hearirending cried.'" Life's Little Economies. Chicago .Tribune. helpful hint for Mrs. Mike. Take that last year's straw hat of "Mr. Mike's, which turned yel- low after cleaning. Carefullyt unrav- el the threads. This makes fine bast- ing cotton. Use the ribbon to re- place the worn out one on his watch fob, or to tie Sylvia's'long, silky tress- es. The leather sweat bands should [be collected for several years, until you have enough to make a Mission- Style Crazy nifty. We now come to the straw part, or body, of the hat. This should be.pulveris- Strohschneider from the Skat league is the best for that purpose- covered with luscious oerries and with rich creaui. You now have a Hatied- wheat Biscuit. Eat the berries and feed the rest to your neighbor's chick- ens. ....._' K. M. S. It GIST be an unnecessary tiling to do to appoint a commissioner to en- quire into the titles of ownership of lands in the Arctic circle. But who knov--s but what there may be an- other Klondyke up there some place? FOURTH ECURSION Picturesque Arrow Lakes month BORDEN AND WHITNEY. The Toronto Star publishes a very interesting comparison of the charac- teristics of R. L. Borden, Leader of the Conservative party at Ottawa and Sir James Whitney, Conservative premier of Ontario. The article says: lt' is time since the leader From all accounts it will take his Edmonton friends a week to dig Mr. !of the Federal Uie Premier of Ontario stood side by side It is a remarkable juxtaposition, the pairing o? the two .most unlike men among all the note worthies in Can- adian political life. Whitney and Borden should have been enemies. Clarke oni; from under the avalanche of ballots with which Premier Sifton will smother him at Vermilllon. The campaign in Medicine Hat so far lias brought forth no good reason why C. R. Mitchell should not be el- ected and many good ones why he should be endorsed as attorney-gen- eral of the province. After running hurriedly over the main points of the speech he haff pre- pared, he gave the larger part of his lime to the desired subject He told simply what he-had done, what he doing, and what he .hoped to do, gave instances of results attained and of some disappointments. It was a simple talk devoid of politics. It a strange -meeting to take place in the midst or a fierce politi- cal campaign. The faces of the wo- men lit up and tears rolled down their faces, hardened, stern old men steel- ed by the political and financial bat- tles of many years tvere seen to soft- en, and many a horny-handed fanner, or heartless business man was seen to wipe the tears from his face as Mr. Kanna told simply of the prison reform work. It is said that Mr. Hanna had a fcTcSt ucat Of uiuiCuity m gtrlufig out of the hall, men and women alike be- ing so anxious to hear more. That meeting did not win the elec- tion for Mr. Hanna's party, but it won for him a. place in the hearts of the people of that community. It increased an interest in the unfort- unates. It gave the people a higher opinion of the work and character of public men who have the reputation of being politicians only. It showed them that the work of government is something more than trying to de- feat or keep defeated the opposite political party. That meeting did Bankers are beginning 'to think there is too much money being tied up in automobiles, which in the great majority of not producers of wealth. They are good things for chose who can afford to 'buy and keep them up, or wlio need them in tneir business. But they are ex- pensive luxuries for: the man of mod- est income. They are opposites in physical build, opposites in mental qualities, oppo- sites in their speech-making methods, and opposites in their effect on an audience. To be frank, Whitney is much more effective 'than Bordeu. One way or another, an audience either hates him or loves him. It takes some time for The Key to the Growth of Lethbridge NO INTEREST The NO TAXES Standard Securities Co. ACCESSORIES Our Block of accessories Is arriving dally, We have just received a stock of auto tubes, sizes 34 x 'i and ay x. :i. lift Standard Garage Co, PHONE 544 WOOD The Office of the Transfer Co. is Church D raying done on short notice PROFESSIONAL CARDS LEGAL hundred of meetings. the ordinary political Nothing Doing. Taber Free Press. Cardston is having the A. G. Barn- es' 3-RInged Wild Animal Circus this ear; Grassy Lake is having the Im- son Shows, and we are having a slap- Xorhinv Anluz It Follow Good Examples. Coleman Miner. Chicago lias stopped gambling. followed the example of Lethbridge. San Francisco has stopped prize fight- ing. It followed the example of Cole man. Canadian cities are strong on pointers. the average audience to appreciate Borden. To be consistent they should have been enemies. But, as is. they are occupying the same plat- form this afternoon, they are attack- ing the same things, and advocating the same things. They hold forth _ i much the same Ideas. Both condemn II Laurier with the same earnestness, j But while Whitney would damn him, Borden merely "acriouslT disapproves" of him. Both rejoice in the name- Tory, but they are, they were, and they always will be, different, very. Sir James has sat in opposition. RQ has the throttle now; but Border must be content to marshal his forces to oppose a government that has long been successful and popular. Condemned Them Both. It is strange to notice that the peo- ple who condemned Whitney's meth- ods in Opposition now condemn Bor- den's method in Opposition, and yet the two men are so antipodean. .Sir JOHNSTONE Jfc ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Johnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Couybeare Block. Lethbridfe, A1U SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money tt loaa Ofics5 In Canadian Bank ot Commerce Bldg. W. C. Slmnxmr S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. MACDOUGALL-Bamster Solicitor. Not-ary. Room 14, Stafford Block. THE SUFFRAGE BILL. Premier Asquith has given his as- surance that the Woman's Suffrage Bill will be allowed to get its second reading in the forthcoming session if the members so desre. The bill will not be a government measure, but will come in as a private member's bill. The bill is a compromise and was drafted by a committee which includ- ed forty members of parliament from aH parties. The', bin will, if passed, enfranchise only two classes of wo- men, first, householders (tenants or who will be mostly spinsters or widows, as the bill declares that a husband and wife shall not be qual- ified to vote In respect same property; and second, occupiers of lands, farms, offices or sifiops. of an annual rental vaule of 150. Both the wVymea orgatitea- tions of Great Britain have accepted STATIONERY IS THE EMBLEM OF GOOD TASTE. A fine Hnen note paper with your initial embossed at the ton of each sheet, is now the correct and proper thtng. As a man is known by the company he keeps, for more so is a lady known by the sta- tionery she uses. SPECIAL PRICE, Box ...30c THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Redpath St, Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenstr. Picture is tall and spare. Sir James is harsh loud, explosive, inflammatory; he scolds and bullies, blunders in and blunders out. he rages; but Borden. Borden argues quietly, with dignity, and perhaps with too much care so as to be accurate and consistent Whitney does not hesitate to be in- consistent, but Borden is too good a lawyer. Whitney ought to talk in his shirt sleeves. Borden Is a lawyer, holding In his j 'eft hand the revised statutes of Can- ada, Whitney's mind works like a goat on a mountain. It leaps and bounds from point to point, and in un expected directions, so that he gets unexpected view and per spectlves, which would be alxvay very clear and very valuable If only Sir -Tames were less convinced tha what he thinks is the only worth thinking, and that all who dif fer from him are fools or ought to be Pugnaciously Cocksure. This quality in Sir James has its advantages. If Borden were mor pugnaciously cocksure it might be bet ter. But Borden is not His mini works like a master mason. In hi speeches he lays lines of stone work the uses tor which seem sometime doubtful until upon those lines h rears a superstructure of argument He constructs with care. He is A sistent and he is moderate. 3HN J. Solicitor. Office, Rooms 8 and I. Block. MEDICAL ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS WM.T. WILL! AM Whi ney Block. Late of Wiiiiann Brcc. Architects. Detroit. Architect. Whitney Block. Room JAS. A. Architwi Block, Redpath itreet DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-Physiciai Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3: 7-8 p.m. Office 014 path 8t. Phone DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner Redpati- and G'.T-ii. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. s. vJ. i S.A., sician, surgeon S: Office Douglas Block, Road. Resadence 320 Wallwork; St. Phone 476. 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. WILLIAM and Con tractor. Estimates free. Repairs an Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryar Slc'ck. Phone -126. Box 512. HA YAjVD GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: Resident -1204 C. McCLURF S, KNAPMAN THE STAJVDARD PLUMBING CO. ,Hot Heatlnjj and Workshop at 610 Burdett St PHONE 485 'Connor, Manager Plumbing and .heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing promptly attended" Professional Cards hou- -A churcnes. halls and stores est mated on, kinds of repairs and alteration work carefully execut- pd. with Mr' S. M. Brook's tore at 402 Westminster Rd. or P o !45-2g J. kinds of jobbing carpentry, joining and reconstruct mg done on the shortest notice Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Estimates gfv- en. 849 Crabb St., or.General Deliv- 137-26 _ MUS.'C 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. W JONES-Lessons given in voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As sociated Board of the Royal Acad- ..way and Royal College of 7io Courtland St, Phone 420. H. C. C. SALMON Is prepared to ceive pupils in Piano 1213 Bompas street. P. o Bor Faone 1162. LETHBRIDQE SOCIETY Caledonian Hall. Glfn Club room open evening 7.10 10 80. Sand ay exoepted. All Scotaraen welcome. J B J. o. DUN Solicitors and NotarlM. Moitej loan. Southard Block. D. A. TAYLOR, M.O., ist, Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lsthiildse, Alta. Office hours: 9.30-12 2-6 pjm.; 7-8 p.m. OfBce Phooe 341; Rert- dence 593. T. K. McN El and Build- er, estimates given ooa.ll kinds of buildings; nothing too small' noth- ing too large. Box 515; office 1260 Courtland street. R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L BarrJater, Solicitor, Notir< Pnbllc, etc. 4 Alberta Block, DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 Macdonald BIk. v Phone 1071. E. C. SoU- citor, Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 Soutburd Block; Money to Loaa. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. accountant Audits, hqnidationa. general Ing .and advice thereon.' Acadia Biock. Lethbridge, A.IW. DR. Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk. Phone 567. Residence 425 Bartlett St. Phone 521. Office hrs. 10-12; 2-5: 7-0. NURSING THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad uate nurse in charge. MEDICAL DR. clan. Bryan Block. Room 21. hours 9-12; 2-5; 7-10. Phone 658. DOCTOR Before S a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. Stafford Blcwk. Residence 313 Westminster Rd. Of- fice hours. 1M2; 1-3; 7-8.30. Of'ice Phone 319; Residence 10'JO. DR. C. C. Surgeon, Office, Alberta Block Resldencls corner Glyn and Bom pas. Hpvrs, 11-12; 24; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal CoUege of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Unilding. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. DR. Physldtn Snrg. eon ofltce IM. Block; UNDERTAKING MORROW aud Con- tractors; estimates given on all classes of work. All work fuarmn- teed. 717 Crabb Box Phone 1118. CONCRETE execut ed for cement sidewalks, and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks and brick always on hand. H. J. Concrete Factory, 523 Smitn St., Phone 1344. R. W. and builder. Estimates cheerfully given Residence 633 Bartlett St. P. 0. Box 456. S. and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given P. 0. Gen. Del. 938 Burdett St. 146-32 PURVEYING Meeta Flnt and Saturday! In K. of Y Hall I o'clock. brethren are cordially Invltel J. McBRIDE 8HITBLT, W P GUS. NEIDIG. W 8 LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of [ngland Benefit Society Meets in ttie Oddfellown' Hall every first and third Wednesday of at 8 pm. For full pa: ticuiars appiy F. T. A. J. Box 6? T. S. Director atid Embalmer. White and'black hearses. garJorsv-open day and night at fopr doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co. Phone 561. R. G. Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco Cincinnati college, latest methods or embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and "set np; aJI work strictly under the charge of R, G. Addlson. Lady In attendance. OSlce, 321 Crabb street, LethbrWge; Phone 682. CALEDONIAN MALL The Caledonian Hall Is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Boat floor In city, steam heated, kitch- en In connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- to J H KetH? Western Plnmblnt Co. J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Enginee.% Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone 1042. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; Irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Engineer- Industrial Spurs, Railways, Yard Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans. Eatimatea, etc, etc. 211 Block. Pbooc; 1438. C. DE LA and Mining Engineer. Surveyor. Room Building Dominion 217, Sherlock 147-0 MANICURING, ETC. 1SS VERONICA Block, Re'lpath St Ladles' hair dres sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made ,lp' manfenre for ladles and gentlemen CANADIAN from Montreal and O'ucbcc Empress of Britain on ......July 1st Lake Champlaln on July 7th Empress of Ireland on .....July 15th Lake Manitoba.............July 21st Empress of Britain on .....July 29th The Empresses will call at Halifax the day following departure from St John. The Empresses will sail from Quebec at 3.30 p.m. after the arrival of special steamship express wtilcb leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a.m. on date of sailing. Passengers embark after 9.00 on day of sailing. All other steamers direct from Montreal at day- break. Passengers embark after eight o' clock the evening. For tickets and all information, ap iply at C. P. R. .passenger depot, or S, B. MITCHELL, Agent, C. P. R. ;