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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald _____ _ _ December, 1907. Pttbiiihed by the LethbridKe Herald PHatlBX Co., every lavf ul, e. at ita office, Crabb St., Lfethbridge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, Managing Director and Editor PHONES Editorial and News Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscription Rattc Daftr.-'-OM year, delivered {4.0J Daily, ill months, delivered Daily, three Biouthe, delivered Daily, one month, delivered f 4'i nil by Dally, Bli months, by Daily, 'Uuve mouths, by mall jC Addresses chauged as often as desir both new and old addiessee must given. WEEKLY Published' every Wednesday In eljht pages, and contains a summary of the tews of the week, local and district. One Six montlfs, in advance .........7. Three in advance ........o THE la on sale at the following Cross Drug and Book- store; J. G: Roberwoo." 4V J. J. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. t Co.. R. W. Ham I u t I rip, it i io be hoped, he com aere, nd makes an attempt to recollect lie place. Telford, of Leduc, evidently hasn't ollowsd .the evidence takeu before Hon. A. B. Ayletworth Toronto Star It is the out-cro'pplug of inher- 'himself that iuas made Great Waterways Railway. Lethbrliige grow one busy these days. he Koyal commission, or he would j eut not be so cheerful about the Alberta j worth 'unpopular in certain sec- tions. It. is idle for people to hint at ulterior motives influencing him in keeps appointing a certain Tory as a judge; I iu recommending the pardoft. o( Skill and King; and in ooudemning 'the original .Miller bill., jlr. A. B. AyleS- worth, the mere man. saw lit to ap- point Middletou, saw fit to pardon the peddlers of viHainous literature, and to condemn the Miller he did. He considered himself at- to Judge, and judged according to his tight. But what other people might does not care. It is not a ilippaut disregard for them, but a pro- Leihbridge gets a few more flour uills it will soon 'become Minn- apolis of the West. on The Waterways Commission m on the IGtbvand the Legislature lie 2Grh. What will follow that we all would like to know. Blessed, is a .May snowfall, lor it makesth the grain to grow and fatth in ,lls OWI1 judgment. To farmers to smile. i speak of ulterior iunuencees is un- svorthy of intelligence. If Ayleswortb were a thief he would steal throne, not a penny whistle. .Naturally he seems to have a cold exterior. One would not expect 3iiui From Other Sanctums. the Macleod Uton. Pincher Creek-E. J. Mitcbel, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Seal. Cranbrook, B. Atchisoti. L. Reinecke. GraMy Tughar... Hotel Newa Stand. Diamond D'Arc's drug store. B. Beal. N. Northans. on all C. P. R. traini. A UNITED ALBERTA. Every right-thdriking citizen of Al berta must regret the feeling of an tagonism. -that seems to be increasing between the northern and southern parts of the province, and every good citizen should do his utmost -to alla> that feeling. Nothing worse could iiappen than that this antagonism should increase so as to lead to a div tsion of -the province. The province is one whole and must remain so. While -the south is developing much more quickly than the north, to the nature of the country, it mus oe remebered by the people of the south that in the northern part o the province is a vase area of grea wealth, whose resources are -scarcel} imagined, much less known. Wha New Ontario is providing io Old On -tario, the hinterland of Alberta wil yet show to the southern pare of the province. When southern resources are all known and are being developed, those of the far north wil still -be the subject 'of startling dis coveries. There are many in the south complain that this portion of 'the pro vince is not getting a fair share o the attention and expenditure of pub lie money from the government Thej think that the south toeing mon densely populated and more develop ed, is paying the larger share o the provincial revenue, and is no getting its share of expenditure in re- turn. They complain, too, that in ceitain departments, particularly tha of agriculture, the south has got th small share ol publicity. The Her aid has at times entered Its protes Paulhan's Descent. London Chronicle. A good landing by aeroplane has of- ten been likened to a bird coming to ground. Paulhan's descent was more lite that of a hovering for moment over a flower and then nest- ng gentJv in its blossom. Heart Fellowship. Spokesman-Review, Spokane. "One touch of nature makes the whole world The King of Eng- and dies and The Mikado of Japan mourns. The English sorrow, and the Japanese of Spokane sympathize. the" world grows smaller, its heart grows greater. Tennyson's allegory of King Arthur's Round Table, "which was a symbol of the mighty world' is expressed in actual life by 'Ohe fellow- ship of the nations in the things of the heart. to have great likes or dislikes, and yet he has. He loves baseball. He admires by the way, has not half as much sheer brain a sort of blind faith. He loves the law and he loves his old grey hat. There may be other things but these are chiefest. As for Laur- er, everybody knows that it was only out of personal regard for the Pre- mier that Aylesworth abandoned a at legal practice for the ciuescionable glory and profit of a portfolio. As for the she not an excellent mis- tress, worthy of the devotion of any ;reat intellect? As for baseball- well, he would go two hundred miles to see a good game, and once upon a Excursion and where the bi Excursion leaves Lethbridge June per month Income for AUTOS WASHED AND POLISHED DAILY AT OUK GAUAGE He Stariari Ce, WOOD tT. FUNERAL EXPENSES (Peoria Herald-Transcript) city of Chicago is investigat- ing the cost of fuiiw-als in that city which, it declares, has gone beyond aJJ reason. There is no more uncivilized or brutal feature of business than the en deavor to "regulate" the tribute to 'be exacted from sorrow In such a man ner as to produce the largest divi time he arranged to let the boys in the parliament buildings play on the sacred lawn of the Senate. Finally, as for that old bit of dirty felt, his hat she is his vice she and an oc- casional story. How she clings to -the dome of his 'head, how she stands by to face out a wind rip-snorting across Parliament Hill. How gratefully, sofay familiar she must feel to his head when be lifts her to the Mace as he rises to vote against popular opinion. Yes, and how she squats rakishly, debonairly defiant over his right ear when the little suns of the Opposition begin to splutter bird shot! So long as he does not care, dends possible. If there is one time she doesn't, when every man is helpless to pro- test against impossible extortion it Is when he is trying to show respect to VISITORS AT MONARCH Monarch, May is re- his beloved dead. At that -time hejCeiving of late many visitors, corn- pays S200 for a casket and double mercial travellers and men of other price for carriages without a thought of the injustice. Hb may borrow the business. Among those registered at the Hotel Monarch are: Julius money to do it anu uis family may I Swansea, H. A. Scott, F. T.Wright, scrimp for several years to pay the F- C. Chase and Wm. Dobbin, of Gal- money. Bu: it is not considered seem- SarF N- Burke, of Edmonton J. ly to bargain and haggle over under- takers' charges. As we are thus help- less in the face of grief, might it not be a good plan to enforce a little more regard for etiquette on such undertakers as have been inhuman enough to take advantage of our help- lessness? If Chicago is to lead the Brown, of Medicine Hat J. 0. Len- nox> of Detroit 0. W. Hermming, of Winnipeg f W. King and H. H. Tripp, of Cranbrook, and J. J. Furman, of MORNINGSIDE "The Addition that the City Demanded." NO INTEREST NO TAXES GRASSY LAKE HOTEL" SOUBT" Tom A. Underwood has just sold The Standard Securities Company For Sale The World's most famous Motocycle "The Indian" Holder of all World's Records 2 3-4 h.p. single cylinder 4 h.p. single cylinder 5 h.p. twin cylinder J. H. White 1220 Bompai St. P.O.Box 1972 'K Mi OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS "Congo Cement, Wood Fibre, Wire Nails, Metal Lath, Structural Steel, Metallic Shingles and Siding, Cornices. MINING Track Spikes, Coal Shov- els, Picks, 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 way in this reform, it is certain that'the Grassy Lake Hotel, which he hasj the effort of the city clirb will for the Iast >'ear to Messrs, with hearty indorsement and Osilv5e> of Gleichen. The the country. same -time, it does not believe in mak- ing these mistakes, whether acciden- tal or intentional, any excuse for rais- ing or supporting any sectional feel- ing against the northern pan of the province and the people who live there. While, doubtless, there has been some discrimination against the south, It Is not so serious as some, for rea- sons best known to themselves, have tried to make people believe. To become as great a province as its resources ivould warrant. Alberta must remain as it is, and its people znast be a united people. Sectional- ism is a curse to any community, and the man who is a good citizen must ?JSE his every power to stamp it out, doing his utmost to preserve harmony and unity. T Kmg George's Relatives. King George V. is: Brother to Queen Maud of. Norway. First cousin to King Haakon of Nor- way. Cousin to Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. Cousin to Emperor of Germany. Cousin of Czar and Empress Alls of Russia. Fourth cousin to King of Belgium. new owners will take possession on June 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood arrived in the city from Grassy Lake yesterday, and will probably reside here again as tfcey did previous to going to Grassy Lake, nl a month of so they propose leaving on a. visit to the old countrv. LEGAL JOHNSTONE A ters and solicitars. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.M Jehsstcns; J. Norsaaa Ritchie. MEDICAL DR. W. S. Physioiai Sorzeon. Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Red path St. Phone 63. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR THUR Barristers, Solicitors. Notaries Public and Commissioners. Conybeare Block. Lethbridge. Alta Before the Disaster. "I want to .hire a "Accustomed to rowing one, I sup- "Never was in one." "Can you "Not a stroke.' "Well, you pay double and in ad- THE KING OF HEARTS. No wonder the late King won the love and admiration of all his suo jects. He seemed always 'to know the proper thing io do at the righ time. When the Imperial Press Confer ence was held In London last year His Majesty received the delegates a a garden party, and one of those pre sented to him was Godfroi Langlois, editor of Le Canada, Montreal. To him the King spoke in French that Montreal Is a beautiful city, and that he remembered It well. Do you won- der that Mr. Langlois glowed with pleasure at the King's sudden greet- ing in his native tongue and praise of his adopted city? And so the line passed on, and the King and Queen by their frankness and simplicity made friends of them all, and sent them away from that garden party to all the ends of the earth, carrying with them recollections who is the King of Hearts, and of a sn who was Graclonsness persoai- vance. I've been left in che lurch by enough suicides." Barons OF VIEW. enough to and important ent R. station ag such place in The Fascination of Picture Making If you never experi- enced tiie pleasure of pioture- Taking and picture-making, do it now. will sell a camera and instruct you IB the use of it. so that in a very short time you will be taking and finishing pictures you will be proud of. The Ensignettc, a Vest Pocket Camera that takr-fa a Post Card Pic- ture. Let us show you this wonderful little instrument. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store 'Acadia Block, Redpath Si Day and Night Phone 555 Night Beil Diipenw. Picture Framer. DUTY ON PULP REMOVED. Washington, D. C., May meet the new conditions imposed May 1 by the province of Quebec on exports of pulp wood, the treasury department has made a decision removing the countervailing duty of 35 cents a ton on print paper made from pulp wood cut from the crown lands In that pro- vince. The treasury department's de cision leaves pulp wood, wood pulp, and print paper In the same situation in Quebec as has 'been prevailing in the province of Ontario, which also prohibits the export of pulp wood. This decision means that from both provinces print paper, made from pulp wood cut from crown lands pays a tax of ?3.75 per ton, the regular duty, plus the additional duty provided by the tariff bill, bringing the total duty on a ton of print paper froom Canada o ?3.75. SIMMONS A. Solicitors and Notaries. Money tc loan. Offices In Canadian Bank ot Commerce Bldg. W. C. Slmmonr S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, Stafford Block. JOHN J. CAMERON-Barmter anft Solicitor. .Office. Rooms 3 and 9, Block. DR. J. E. Physi- cian and Surgeon. Electric and X- ray treatment. Office Room 18 Sherlock Building. Corner RedpaU" and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; 11-1; 3-5; 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; 8.30-9.50 Phone day and night 1242. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., slcian, surgeon t accoucher. Office Douglas Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St. Phone 476. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Whi' ney Block. Late of Williams Broc. Architects, Dettoit. Architect. Whitne? Block. Room 8 JAS. A. Macdcnalo: Block, Redpath street Lethbridge. Alta. MINERS HALL The Miners Han, Wilson street. Is open for meetings, nances, socials, etc.; terms moderate. Apply Box 113. L. Moore, secretary. ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A. A. I. Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M.