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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 the Daily Herald 1907. Pvbltefced by the Lethbridge Herald FrtatlAC Co., Ltd., every lawful Um at iU offtoiu Crabb St., Uthbrldf e Canada. W. A. Director PHONES A.dTwtiskut, Circulation and Job Departments Daily, year, delivered DtJly, aix moatba, deiirered ...92.00 Dtfly, three nontha, deiirered .91-00 Daily, one month, delivered 85c Dftllr, year, by mail f 3.00 Dally, alt. by mail I i.p three moaths, by mail Addresses changed as often as deair- bat both new and old addresses must be Published everr Wednesday in eight and contains a summary of the I, JLUU OMIII ot the week, local and year, iu fix moiitlK, in advance.........76c Three mouths, in advance........50c THE HERAl O U on sale at the following Cross Drug and Book Store, J. G. Robertaoa Co., J. J. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel A Co.. R. W. Ham- ilton. Pineher J. ilitchel, D. L. McCrea. lake Drug; ft Book Co. B. Beal. Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grasay Tughar-. Hotel News Stand. Diamond D'Arc's dr.ug store. B. BeaL N. Northans. ALao on all C. P. R. justified }B making a grant of public policy for the farmers and those A i LrtAbriige Daily Herald, Friday, May 13.1910. are depending: on their crops, The accession of George V. to the throne lias been die occasion of great deal of swearing, been uo profanity about it, however. Canada win regret exceedingly If it Is judged necessary for the Duke of Counaught to stay in Britain to do the duties of the Prince of until the young Prince Is old enough to as- sume them for 'himself, instead 01 coming to Canada as erai. It' all the opponents of the govern meut in the Macleod constituency money for a. second university. The Albertan speaks of the estab- lishment of Queen's university ID. Ont- ario, as a justification for the propos- ed action of the people of Calgary, it is common knowledge that it was many years after its establishment chat either it or the provincial univer- sity was able to measure up to the standard ot the other provincial and state universities. The Albertan, to quote Its own words, "maintains that it is much to Have a large number of peo- ple educated fairly well than to have few people educated exceptionally It is certainly much better for the province." Wjben it is reduced to such talk as ithat for ani argument its cause must surely be a weak one. The people of Ailberca want a university that will rank with the best in Caa- ada. It wants one that will be able to educate a "large number of .peo- ple" not only "fairly well" hut "ex- ___w _f_________________ cepcionaily well" also. The distance verelty to about onTpar wlthtiw'de- f nftfll f.ftl m jhVm t fence the Calgary News is putting up for the A. G. deal. They are both very punk. The heroes of 'the A. G. W. trans- long before .the many wanting to are Cornwall, Minty and educated "exceptionally well" would Clarke, these three, but the greatest be torced to go to Eastern Canada, itjof these is Clarke, is very doubtful if the combined at- tendance at the two universities would exceed to the slightest degree that of 'the provincial university if u had the whole field to itself. unite on one man, they can make the government candidate, whoever he is, look like an also ran, or even a nev- er ran. The defence Albertan Is put- tie up for the proposed Calgary uni froiu Calgary to the provincial unl- versity is not going >to hinder anyone from going to the latter. On the oth- er hand, if th.e policy of the Albert- an were to obtain, it would not be The people will hear with pleasure that the ceremonies of the late King's funeral wll be as simple as pos sible. The days of ostentatious and WASHED AND 1HIL18HED DAILY AT OUK GARAGE 50x125 London estminster 50x125 terms terms offered by anyone For Sale j a vi ts The Albertan's idle talk chat the prolonged ceremonies is past. In the fcye-eleotion in the Sfacleod the main issue to be discussed passed upon by the el eoiocs will be the agreement the gov ernment made with the Alberta, and Great Waterways Company. That is a foregone conclusion. Under the circmnatancee a determined effort slroald he made all who are op- posed to the government on this is sue to unite their support for one man. If the forces opposed to the government split their support am- ong three or men, and the gov- ernment centre their support ?n one man, as they undoubtedly will, the clianoes are that -toe government can- didate wfll ,be elected, although secur- ing a minority of the votes cast. By uniting on one man there is no doubt but what The government candidate, w-ftoever he is, be swamped. The people of Macleod are, on the whole, opposed to the A. G.W. agree went -There is no doubt of that. Tftey sbonM. therefore, make sure of electing a man wao will represent their views in tie legislature. The only way to do that is to unite in the support ol one candidate. Herald might as well advocate a Can- aaian university and have no provin- cial universities at is just sen- sible as if it were to advocate that every community that had students wanting a university education should have a university of its own. The contention thac the proposed university warns a grant of only 000 Chat will do for all .time is very weak unless -history, for the first time, fails to repeat itself. The provincial university having the greater re- sources at its back will outshine and outstrip the other with.the only pos- sible result that the Calgary institu- tion will make continual appeals to the generosity of the province. The Herald has another strong rea- son for opposing the movement to- wards establishing another university in the province. There is not a part- ieie of doubt but what It wHl intensify the unfortunate antagonism chat at present exists between the northern and southern parts of the province. Tihere can be no other result. Thei Albertan, as a patriotic organ, mustj regret the present state of feeling, as no doubt it does in common with ev- Theodore Roosevelt has always been a great admirer of Britain and its late ruler. Most fitting, -there- fore, it is that he should -be the re- presentative of his nation at the fun- eral of the departed sovereign. From Other Sanctums. ery right-thinking paper aad citizen of the -province. Anything that will In the least increase that feeling should be encouraged under any circum- stance. The establishment of" the Calgary university in opposition to the provincial institution, as it must necessarily he, would surely and cer- THE UNIVERSITY SITUATION er column of its editorial space to an attempt to make up arguments to show that the Herald is wrong in its position with regard to the proposed university at Calgary. But, as fs usual with those who attempt to de- iainly be a means of strengthening the discord that unfortunately exists but which every true citizen of Al- berta hopes to see overcome. OUR POINT OF VIEW. The rains that Ajocrta has been jetting are better than an insurance Ratifying Ahead. Chicago Tribune. Mr. Bryan has taken occasion, it seems, to ratify the decision of the next Democratic natioanl convention that he will not be its candidate for president. Do It. Chicago Tribune. The new king of Great Britain 'has an excellent opportunity now -to make some improvement iu the record of the royal Georges. Duty! Spokesman-Review, Spokane. "I think I have done my Tfcese dying words of King Edward match the famous declaration of Net- son to his sailors at Trafalgar: "Eng- land expects that every man this day his Duty! That is what -has made England instinct of duty, the loyalty to duty! Not once nor twice in her rough i's- MORNINGSIDE "The Addition that the City Demanded." PER LOT Down and a Month NO INTEREST The Standard Securities Company OLIVEB BLOCK land-story, jsadd Tennyson, the path of duty was the way to glorv. Side Lights fend an indefensible course, it dodges the issues raised, or tries to put them ia a false light. The Albertan persistently cries to justify the promotion of the Calvary university by referring to the prov- incial university as 'the Strathcona institution." misrepresenta- tion. The Herald did defend lo- cation of the university at Strathcona. Bit it does not protest against tae Calgary university because it Is a ".Calgary institution." The Herald K-w always admitted .that .there was a difference of opinion as to the location of the provincial univer- The location of the institution Has nothing to do with the present controversy. 18 that tte Province has Instituted a provincial university and that that uni versay fc provincial in its scope and fully capable of meeting the needs of the whole province for many years There Is. therefore, no need for a second university in Calgary or any- where else in the province. It main. -tains, moreover, and the Albertan does not deny it, .that a second uni- versity will work an injury to the first lessen its usefulness. That .be- ta? the case, the Herald maintains that the province as a whole Is not The Fascination of Picture Making If you have never experi- enced the pleasure of picture- taking and picture-making, do it now. We will sell yo.u a camera and instruct you la the use of it, so that in a very short time you will be taking and finishing pictures 'that you will be proud of. The Ensignette, a Vest Pocket Camera that takes a Post Card Pic- ture. Let us show you this wonderful little instrument. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stort Acadia Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. Welcome Now. "Better dodge dat town, Weary. Tramps ain't popular In -towns." aio't tramps now; we're popula tion. Don't youse know de census 1-s being Raked It Fore and Aft. A young wife concocted a biscuit; Her husband, too fearful to riscuit, Smashed a beautiful vase Which stood near the place Where he slyly attempted to whlseuit Just Like a Man, don't see why you should hes itate to marry on 5200 a year. Papa says my gowns never cost more .than that my dear, we must have something to eat that just like a man? AI ways thinking of his stomach. Lethbridge moat famous Motocych "The Indian" Holder of all World's Records 2 3-4 h.p. single cylinder h.p. single cylinder 5 h.p. twin cylinder J.H. White 1220 Bompas St. P.O.Box WE IVOW HAVE IN STOCK BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS "Congo Cement, Wood Fibre, Wire Nallt, Metal Lath, Structural Steel, Metallic Shingles and Siding, MINING Track Spikes, Coal Shov- Packings, Waste, Pipe and Pipe Fit- tings, Valves, Etc. WRITE US FOR PRICES THE WESTERN SUPPLY EQUIPMENT CO. Block Phone 1214 P. O. Box 1929 At The Minstrels. hear that your -bro- ther has gotten to be a great matinee idol, Mr. Bones? Mr. indeed. He's idle all de time im.I etreat E. C. SoU- citor. Notary Public, etc; 1 and Z Soutbtrd Block; Money to Loan. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT W. D. accountant Audits, hqcidations, general acooun' Ing ,and advice thereon. Acadia RJock, Letfcbridge, Alta. DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental certificate. Office room 4 IVfacdcnald Blk. Phone 3071 DR. Surg- eon and Accoiiener. Office and re- sidence, 425 Bartlett street Phone 521. ERNEST E- CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. f. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M. A W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth- bridge. Phone 1438. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. O. Box 512. MINERS HALL The Miners Hair, Wilson street, is open for meetings, uances, socials, etc; terms moderate. Apply BOX us. L. Moore, secretary. CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Half is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Best floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- iences. Parties wishing to engage ap- ply tu J. H. Kellie, Western Plumbing Uo. MUSIC Mr. J, W. given ID voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte-playing, and theory. 710 Court- land St., phone 420. T. K. McN EI and Build- er, estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Boi 515; offlce 1260 Courtland street. MORROW aod Con- tractors; estimates given on nil classes of work. AH work fuaraa- teed. 717 Crabb Street Box Phone 1118. H. C. C. SALMON is prepared to re- ceive pupils In Piano and TUeory. Bompas street. P. O. Boi Phone 1162. 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. 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 band. H. J. Goode, Concrete Factorv 523 Smitn St., Phone 1344. W. and builder. Estimates cheerfully given. NURSING R_esidence 633 Bartlett St. 456. P. O. Box MEDICAL DR. pbyirt clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 2-5; 7-10. Phone 65S. THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse in charge. TRAINED Redpath St. Phone 1463. 126-0 BROWN t Contractors and Builders; esti- mates submitted, town or country Job work carefully attended to al- teration and remodelling of store fixtures. General delivery HOD CARRIERS BUILDING LA- BORERS' UNION will meet every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Labor Tem- ple until further notice. L. HOBY, Sec- 122-26 LETH8RIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY MeeU Caledonian Hall, Qlfn 01. Club room open evening 7.10 to 1090, Sunday exempted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Secy.. J. B. GIBBON. Prea. Box DRAFTING DOCTOR Before 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. St do draught- ing, mapping and tracing at home address Box 2103, City. 107-26 DR. A. McNALLY-Office RlvV. cor. Crabb. Phone: Offlce Resl-j dence 1271. UNDERTAKING DR. C. C. Surgeon, Accoueher. Office, Alberta Block Residence, corner Glyn and Bom- i pas. Hours, 11-12; 2-4; 7-8.30. DR. GARNET T. grad- uate Royal College of Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. Office 219 Sherlock Building. Hours 9-12, 1-5. Phone 463. DR. aad eon; HIctatotiMUB Btoet; r c. t uirecior and Embalmer. White and black hearses. Parlors open day ami night at four doors west of Post Office. Exclusive agency for the Calgary SommervWe Marble Co Phone 561. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTOM, Land Surveyor. Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6 ociock Whitney Block. P. 0. Box 657. Phone jvitlltag brethren are cordially invited McBRIDE SHIVELY, W P NEIDIG, W. S. Meeta and third Saturdayi In K, of r. Hall at f o'clock. n. Twunu, B.A.sc.--uoTn. Land j burveyor; mine surveyor; irrigation engineer. P. O. Block. Phone 511. R. E. Engineer- Industrial Spurs, Railways. Yard Layouts. Water Supplies, Sewerage, Irrigation Plans, Estimates, etc, etc. 211 Sberlock Block. Phonfe 1438. R. G. Fuscra! Director Embalmer. Graduate of San Fran-, Cisco college, and Cincinnati college, THOMPSON latest methods of embalming; black and white funeral cars; monuments sold and set up; all work strictly CO. under the charge of R, G. Addlson. Ladf in Office, 321 Crabb street, Open for all kinds of draying and Room 1 Oddfellow Blk, Phone LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, tfo. 293, ita of Entail Meets In the Oddfellows' every first and third of the month at S For fall ttcuiars appry Abore Old Alexandra Cate. F. T. W. PrwtfeiL t ;