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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 2. LefebrUge Daily JttenU, Tuesday, June The Daily Herald December, 1907, Publishes? by tho Lethbridge Herald frlmtlug Co., Ltd., every- lawful e.en- at office, Crabb St., Lethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Ratci OallT, one jear. delivered Daily, six months, delivered 12.00 Dally, three months, delivered ...11.00 Oailf, one ----35c Daily, o e year, by mail Daily, aix months, by mail......11.75 Daily, months, by mall .800 Addresses changeu as otteu as desir .a, but both new and old addresses be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday ID eight and contains a summary ot the of the week, local and district. year, in Udvtince...........I1.5C iii month's, in advance Thrt-e months, in advance ........50c THE HERALD ii on eale at the following Cross Drug and Book J. O. Hobertaoo Co.. J. J. Hotel. Co., ft. W. Ham- lUon. Plncher CrWk--i3. J. MUchel, D.L. McCrea. v Bros. Drug Book Co. farnia, B. Seal. Crinbrfook, B. Atcnlson. L. Reiuecke. Tughac.. Hotel News Stand. Diamond D'Arc's drug store. Medicine M. Northam- on all C. p. R. trains. SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Of f ice in the world FOUNDED A.D. 1710 M-CKNTENAKY :91O HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND _ t UtBtf., H. M. ftUckburu. ttrucb, he has agreed with them that this "It was Satan." said a mother to province can produce as good men and horsesx as any part of the Empire. R. L. Bordeii has finished his On- tario tour, but evidently he is not sat- isfied with it, as he is going back to try it over again this fall. It is the general opinion of every- body that George E. Poster is down and out. He must recognize that fact himself. Too bad. A good man who took the wrong political course. The affairs of the province will go on smoothly now that both the gov- ernment and the Mucleod council have filled their ranks. Governor Hughes thinks that a seat on the Supreme Court bench is a safer proposition than the chances of beini a third time. one of her children, "who put it into your head to pull Elsie's hair." "Perhaps it replied the little girl, "but kicking her shins was my own Companion. Atked to Choose. A well-known, southern judge tells a story about a white man who dur- ing reconstruction times was arraign- ed before u colored justice of the peace for killing a man and stealing his mule. Ii was in Arkansas, near the Texas border, and there was some rivalry between the states, but the colored justice tried always to pre- serve an impartial frame of mind. "We's got hiuiu ob law in dls yer he said, "Texas law an' Arkansas law. Which will you The prisoner thought a minute and CONSERVATIVE LEADERSHIP. There -arill likely be some lively do- ings at the provincial Conservative convention when it meets next month. There is a determination apparently on the part of the leading Conserva- tives to put some one other than R. B. Bennett at the head of the party. Every Conservative recognizes the ability of the Calgary lawyer as a then guessed he would take the Ar- goveruor of New York State for kausas law. "Den I discharge yo' fo' stealin1 de mule, an1 hang yo' fo' killin' de man." "Hold on a minute, judge." said the prisoner. "Better make that Texas is the matter with Theodore taking j law." "All right. Under de law ob Texas If Hughes will not listen to Roose- velt and run for governor again, what it himself? He would be elected all j right, and would have plenty to oc- j cupy his time and attention in handl- ing the affairs of the Empire State. The British parliament has a stren- uous session ahead of it. -with the bud- get, the coronation declaration, and. most of all, the women's suffrage' question, to be discussed and legislat- ed upon. I fin' yo' fo' killin1 de man and hang vou' fo' stealin' de EXCURSION FOURTH To the Picturesque Arrow month Orchard Home, full particulars ACCESSORIES arriving daily. We have Just received t stock of auto tubes, sizes 34 x 4 and 39 x 3. r1 Tie ftiilirt Garage Co. PHONE M4 WOOD ST. cott's. 'HE LEGALITY OF THE LIEU- TENANT-GOVERNOR'S COURSE There is nothing slow about the way J. McNtcol, secretary of the Board of Trade, is putting wise to Lethbridge. More power to him! Crops are bound to be short in Southern Alberta, but there is com- fort in knowing that they will be debater and. fighter, but he is not ac- worse in other parts of Canada, and ceptable as a leader. He does not think enough of the opinion of his colleagues to ask them for it, and goes solely according to his own ideas. Bennett has frequently denied hav- ing any ambition to be leader, but another is appointed mat-ers will be complicated- Bennett is alr3ady a inember of the legislature. He is not built to be'-a and ,-ere is not a man in the party whom he would fte justified in as his leader. In the house he must eith- er be the leader of the party or be I by himself "ploughing lonely fur-; row." For the leadership three names are mentioned: W. L.: .Walsh, K. C., Calgary; M. S. McCarthy, M. P., of Calgary, and C. A. llagrath, of Leth- bridge, M. P. for Medicine Hat con- stituency. The first named is not credited with having any great am- bition to enter the provincial politi- cal arena. It is not thought that the last named would entertain the prop- osition for a minute. Efforts have been made before to get Maitland Mc- Carthy into the leadership, but with- out success. It is supposed that back of the efforts to get McCarthy into provincial politics is a desire :o help Bennett into the Commons. The change does not seem to appeal to McCarthy, and he stays where he is. So it looks as though the Conserva- tive party would still have troubles of their own in getting a leader. in many of the states. (Edmonton Capital) June 22, 1910. Editor Capital: a line asking your ex- planation as to the legality of the Leiutenant-Governor's course in call- ing on Premier Siftou to form a cab- inet without, first bringing the -mat- ter before the members of the house. Would you kindly explain the above thoroughly in your next issue and oblige. A VOTER. When the sovereign .or the sove-r- If the Roblin-Rogers-Campbell outfit are returned to power in Manitoba, it loses his first will be an everlasting disgrace to the j miaisterj Dy death or resignation, it people of that province, and a harsh judgment on their intelligence. "From Other Sanctums is hia duty to secure some one to take the vacant post immediately. He has to depend solely on his own judg- f j men tin making the selection; But in doing so, he should have reason- able assurance that the man whom he chooses is able to command the (support of a majority of the nieai- of the legislative body. 'Where The Worst Sinner. Macleod Advertiser. who is sitting on his mon- j party lines are strictly drawn bis task ey and refusing to pay his bills in an-j is aQ easy one. Where the premier ticipation of a bad year, is doing his level best to bring it aoout. The Only Proper Course. Camrose Canadian. There is a tendency in some quar- ters to criticise Mr. Sifton for not announcing his policy on the A. G. W. matter at once, A Royal OLIVER BLOCK 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. S. 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. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Estimates giv- en. 349 Crabb St., or General Dellv- 137-26 MUS.'C 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 In A GOOD MAN. The Manitoba Liberals are getting some splendid candidates in the field against the government. A short time ago, Prof. Osborne accepted the nomination to oppose Premier Roblin fore the commission has completed its work, it would be a plain intima- tion to the judges that little import- ance is attached to their finding. As he has himself just left the bench, it is hardly likely that he will assume that attitude towards his late assoc- j w make inquiry and to find what tales and towards the calling which leader tnat majority -wished to follow. His Honor, -by virtue of his office, is prohibited from taking part in any controversy his acts cive rise to. Therefore we are not aware of the exact course which he pursued in looking for a successor 10 Mr. Ruth- erford but there is every reason to believe that it was that which we have indicated. Certainly a majority he respects. LEGAL JOHNSTONE R ITCH I ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. _ L.SI johnsUme; J. Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Couybeare Block. Side Lights in Dufferin, and last week Edward Brown accepted the task of contesting South Winnipeg. Mr. Brown was leader the Liberal party through one campaign, which was conducted in a vay that was a credit to himself and his party. He went down to de- feat, and apparently had abandoned public life. 'But his friends have prevailed upon him to enter the lists again. He Is a broad-minded, clear- headed man, honest and straight; a good public speaker, and has the right ideas of the duties of govern- ment. Winnipeg will do its duty by the province by electing Mr. Brown a member of the legislature. Indiana Briefs. Ezra Hinkle has moved his abstract office into the new Concrete build- News. For a square deal go to Charlie Item. She Wanted the Credit. Freedom of the will is a doctrine SIMMONS Solicitors and Notaries. Money U-. loan. Offices in Canadian Bank ot Commerce Bldg, W. C. Simmoni- S. J. Shepherd. MEDICAL ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Wh.ii ney Block. Late of Williams Brot Architects, Detroit. 5. Whitney Block. Room 8 DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 63 DR. J. E. Physi cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatf and Glyn. Hours: Till 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. of the members immediately express- ed themselves as loyal followers the premier, and this being the case there can be no doubt about the cor- rectness of the Lieutenant-governor's action in calling upon him. H. A. J. Barrister. Solicitor. Notary. Room 14. Stafford Block. JOHN J. ana Solicitor. Office. Rooms 9 and i. Block. which children can understand and1 "A Voter" asks if he should not appreciate. The Httle girl in this naughty ingenuity ascribed to super- natural sources. first have brought the matter before the House. There is absolutely no constitutional msans by which this WILL CHANGE HIS TUNE. It is all very well lor R, L. Bor- den to address the people of the cent belt on economy in federal matters. If he comes West he will change his 'subject The government's heaviest expenditures have 'been in the West for the benefit of both the East and West The West wants more money spent, if the government has it avail- able without Increasing the burden of taxation. Development costs more taan merely keeping things running after the developing is done. Accord- ing to population the federal govern- ment should spend ten times as much per head in the new undeveloped dis- tricts than it does in the developed parts. OUR POINT OF After the good time that the artil- lery boys had, there will bo a great rush for enlistment next year. All Albertans have a high opinion Genersl French's judgment, since EMBOSSED STATIONERY IS THE EMBLEM OF GOOD TASTE. A fine linen note paper with your initial embossed at the top of.each TIOW thp correct and proper thing. 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 Acadia Block, Redpalh St, Day and Night Phone 553 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framcr. R B. C. THOMSON, sician, surgeon accoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wall-work St. Phone 476. AS. ft'. Architect Macdcsald Block, 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. Mr. J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As- sociated Boa'rd of the Royal Acad- emy and Royal College of Music. 710 Courtland St., Phone 420. H., C. C. SALMON is prepared -to re- ceive pupils In Piano, and Theory. 1213 Bompas street. P. O. Box 133 Phone 1162. LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Qlyn Bi. Olub toom open evening 7.10 to 10 SO, 9anday exempted. All Bcotemen welcome. 1 A. L. JOHNSTON. J. B. GIBBON, Pnw. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. 0. Box 512. POAPST A. DUNWOODY-rrrBarristers, Solicitors and Money loan. Southard Block. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist Eye, Bar, Ncwe and Stafford Block, Lvthbridge, Alta, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.; 3-6 pjn.; 7-8 p.m. Office 341; Rert- dence 593. could be done. A legislature under the British form of government can- not do business without a first minis- ter. If he has not its confidence, it can indicate this immediately, by a vote, which will force his retirement. But he must first of all face it. Mr Sifton, not having a seat in the leg islature, it was necessary to give him 1 time to get one. Prorogation, accord- ingly took place and the House will reassemble after he has had a chance to appeal to a constituency, which he is doing fn Vermilion. The whole vroeeeilings ar.-; strictly in accordance with constitutional prac- tice as well as with the dictates of I common sense, which fortunately, are a very strong factor in all our con- stitutional arrangements. Whenever tfctj representative of the King takes nnusual action which is made nec- essary by unusual circumstances, a cry goes up from those who are ever on the lookout for a chance .to make party capital, that his action has been irregular. But we should not f n wOj 4567 fecit 10, IS? First and Saturdays In K. of f. Hall at I o'clock. brethren are cordially J. HcBRIDE SHITML'PrW.P GUS. NEIDIG, W. 8. S. and Con- tractor. Estimates cheerfully given P. O. Gen. Del. 938 Burdett St. 146-32 SURVEYING LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, Nc. 292, Sons of tnijlanl Benefit Society Meets In the OddfellowH' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the month at 8 9m. For full pa; tlcuiars appiy IF. T. A. J. Wirreit W. See. Box 67 S. Director and Embalraer. White and hlack hearses. Parlors open day an'J night at fonr doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary Sommerville Marble Co. Phone 561. R. G. Funeral Director Embalmer. Graduate or San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati college, latest methods or embalming; and white funeral cars; monuments sold and set np; al] work strictly under the charge ot R. G. Addlson. Lady In attendance. Office, 321 J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. CANADIAN W. H. YOUNG, Land Surveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. 0. Block. Phone 511. R. E, Engineer- Industrial Spurs. Railways, Yard Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc. etc. 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1438. Crabb street. 632. Lethbridge; Phone C. DE LA Mining Engineer. Dominion and CALEDONIAN HALL Surveyor. Building 217, Sherlock U7-0 Tbo Caledonian Hall is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Bost floor In city, steam heated, kitch- en In connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply to J H. Kellle, Western Plmnblng MANICURING, ETC. fSS VERONICA Block, Redpath St Ladles' hair dres sing and shampooing, facial and scalp massage, combings made up manicure for ladies and gentlemen Lethbridge, Alta, Sailings from Montreal and Quebec Empress of Britain on ----..July 1st Lake Champlaln on ........July 7th Empress of Ireland on ----.July J5tn Lake Manitoba.............July 21st Empress of Britain on .----July 29th The impresses win can at.Haiu.ix 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 which leaves Windsor station at 9.-15 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 previous evening. For lickets and all information, ap ply at C. P. R. passenger depot, or address S. B, MITCHELL, Agent, C. P. R. ;