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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Daily herald. Friday. May 1 he Daily Herald Established December, 1907. Published by the Lethbridge Herald r'rtudng Co.; Ltd., every lawful n.en- at its office, Crabb St., bridge alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN. Managing Director and Editor PHONES and News .Department. Circulation and Job Departments. Subscript.on Rstss tuny, toe year, delivered luily, sly delivered three months, delivered one mouth, delivered jitliy, o e year, by mail six months, by mail iidlly, the interests of tiie public and utterly ucompetent to control the affairs of he province. pooplo th rough ,'arious means have their ack of confidence in Premier Hutu- rford and his executive, and they lave done what they should Slave lone long ago, as it must have Ix-en apparent io all of them that the c-i; >k> no longer wanted them in'control S2.00 SL.OO .35c but -i no by mail .....Soc as H3 desir "both" now ami olii addresses vVEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight ami coiuaiiis a summary of the aewVoMhe week, local and district. iu advance DAILY1 HEHAl D u on sale at the following Drug-ami 'Store. ,-J. 0. Robertson Co.. Johnston, Alexandra Hotel. Oo.. R. 'Ar. lillf hllltl- ing'by the amount of advertising car-: ried, the edition proved a financial! success, as well as'a'decided boost for; Lt'th bridge and -the Herald. Side NON-PARTIZANSHIP. The sentiments of uon-purtiuanshii) expressed at the Hourd of Trade meet- ing yesterday by C. A. Mugrath, M. P.. and President Xourse will be heartily applauded, and can well be taken as representing the opinions of the mem- bers of -that body. The board has never given any evidence of partiz- anship, the members being men of both political parties and whose party affiliation could not be judged from their actions, as members and officials 'ol'.the Board of Trade. The Board .has at times seen fit to honor, one way or another, men of both political par..os, without any sign of partiality. That is as it should be. and any at- tempt to make any different condi- Buzzy Bee. Beware the man with honeyed ways And biwzlng tongue. Horeft of pelf, you find yourself Stung- Courier-Journal. Mara tion obtain should be promptly and j decisively stopped. All such .organi- zations should attend to the business in without any party political considerations. The Carmangay Doubter. Carmangay Sun. The following conversation between two prominent citizens was overheard on the street yesterday: First hear the manager ot the bank of Commerce got up a.m. on Wednesday morning to sec the comet. Second Halley did. said the cheerfu idiot, "that'there is a movement 01 foot to abolish open worn hosiery. Thin snoutd be looked into." A new song to-day. Where Art Thou." It is "Hai'ley's FOR SALE 6 room cottage semi-modern on Cutbill St Easy terms 50x125 on London Easy Terms A few good lots on easy terms in Duff Addition .ACCKSSOK1BS Our slock of accessories is arriving daily. have just received a stock of auto tubes, sizes :M x and 80 x 3. liie Standard Garage Co. PHONE 564 WOOD ST. MACLfOO AND LANDS ALTA llFARM CUSTOMS III J. Mitchc-1. L Bros. Drue Bock Co Fernie, B. Beai. Atchison L. j Tugha: f Hotel News Stand Oiamond D'Arc's drug store. Medicine N. N'orUians. so on all C POINT OF VIEW Premier Rutherford jumped after some significant encouragement to do so from his supporters. It is now up to the members of the retired government to express their pleasure at being relieved from rhe nnflrnns dmies nf nuhlta life. THE NEW PREMIER The new Premier of Alberta is a .big man in ability and experience, and the affairs of the province under his leavinj guidance are certainly to be adminis- tered faithfully and efficiently. He will unite the entire Liberal party, and the Liberal government under his direction will display none of the weaknesses of the Rutherford administration as recently exposed. "He. is; a man of experience in public works in the old Territorial govern- ment. He is a practical man with sound judgment, and we are satisfied Alberta will always have reason to 1 admire the Premier and his adminis- tration of public affairs. On the Bench lie 'has made a splendid Chief Justice. He used good sound sense at all times and the Supreme Court loses its strongest man by his retirement. It is almost certain that Mr. Sifton will proceed to cancel the contract with the Alberta and Great Water- ways Railway. While he has not pub- licly declared his opinion on the tran- saction, it is believed that the Pre- mier is strongly opposed to it, as strongly as the most pronounced in- surgent. The new Premier is fifty-two years of age and a native of .Middlesex county. Ontario. He is a son of Hon. J. Sifton, of Winnipeg, and brother of Hon. Clifford Sifton. He is an old timer in the West, having come to Winnipeg with his parents in 1S75. He practised law in Calgary for many years and represented Banff in the old Territorial assembly and served under Hon. F. W. G. Haultain as minister of public works, and proved to be a mostj capable administrator. He was ap- pointed Chief Justice in 1U03. The Edmonton Capital sizes him up as a jurist in this way: "The ourstundir.? feature of his judicial career has been the strong practical bent which he 1-33 displayed. He had no patience with arguments based upon the tecvuc.xn- ties, which mystify the average, and the result has been chat in the estimation of the latter he SUMICS very high." Correctness in a legal sense carried little weight with him when it was contrary to the principals of common sense and natural justice. He was called upon to preside over a large' number of cases which attracted wide- spread interest. The principal of these was possibly that in which the Premier Sifton will find that the position he has assumed will be rath- er more strenuous than the one he is The voice of the Board of Trade Is heard, as witness the prompt action of the Express company and the post office authorities in the Crow's Xest mail service matter. It is a good move for the Board of Trade to get after a banking clearing house for the city. It is a great bus- iness convenience and a good adver- tisement for a citv. The Circus Band. Over the hills and far away, i hear the horns of the circus play, Every day more loud and clear As the gilded caravan draws near, "Uom-pah-oom" goes the slide trom- bone, While the fluttering tips of banners gay Wave over the hills and far away. There's nothing can thrill in this whole broad land Like the blare and the glare of the circus band. The tunes are old and the playing's lame, But you tap to the music all the same; The "oom-pah-oom" of the slide trom- bone Has a joyous lilt to its strident tone, And hints of the sawdust and canvas stray From over the hills and far away It is said that many young people are making Halley's comet an excuse for being out late. In the Public Eye Vegetable peddlers can now go [ahead at their own cweet will, accord- ing to the Court's decision on the power of the Market'bylaw to prevent. Medicine Hat is now having its turn lands sale. It will have to go some to beat the record made at Lethbridge last year, which was the greatest in the history of Canada. THE FIRST ENGLISH QUEEN By the very nature of the way in which the modern world is organized the consort of a great Sovereign is almost invariably an entire stranger in birth, in language, and. it may. be. added, in general sympathy, to the counirr of which she is destined to at receiving publicity from a school become Queen. Sometimes, but by no means as often as courtly eulo- nsts of Royalty would have us be- Too much care and precaution can- not be taken in the handling and storage of explosives. The local authorities should look into the mat- ter as spoken of by .Mr. Higinbotham yesterday at the Board of Trade meet- From Other Sanctums. lieved. the deep gulf is was done in magnificent' fashion by Queen Alexandra, who, from her mar- riage day truly made her husband's people her people- of cases a Queen -but in the majority Consort, however What We All Wish. Carmangay Sun. Premier Rutherford is on the stand before the Roya! Commission this week. Here's hoping the whole af- fair is soon settled and the business of the province receives the attention it should. "The Addition that the City Demanded." NO INTEREST OLIVER BLOCK Lethbridge Holder of all world's rec- ords. Winner of 00 per cent, of all endurance contests. The most economical mode of lo- comotion known. 2 34 h.p. single cylinder 4 h.p. single cylinder... 5 h.p. twin cylinder. One second hand 2 34 h.p. single cylinder, in good con- J. H. White 1220 Bompas St. P.O.Box 1972 DRAYING Call up Phones: HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE Ripley Bros. Professional Cards J. kinds of jobbing, carpentry, joining and reconstruct ing done on 'the shortest notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Estimates giv- en. 849 Crabb St., or General Deliv- ery. 137-2K kindly and well-disposed to her adopt- ed people, remains to all intents and purposes an alien in their midst. GeoTge the Fifth's Queen is the first Englishwoman who was publicly chos- en for wife by an English Heir-Appar- ent since Edward the Black Prince married the Fair .Maid ot Kent. The Queen's birth was attended by the happy omen rhat it took place in the old London palace which had witness- ed that of Queen Victoria, and, with the exception of a brief sojourn In Italy, her Miajesty's .childhood and youth, as only daughter of the most popular British Princess of a former generation, were entirely spent in ihis country. The late Duke and Duchess of Teck were both possessed of qualities which endeared them to an exceptionally large circle: there was no section of society where "Princess Mary" was not a beloved as well as an honored guest; she had a genius for that form of philantrophy which wisely insists on preventing rather than relievin; the worst ills attendant on extreme JOHNSTQNE t-ers and solicit9ra. Office, adjoin iti2 Onion Bank, Lethbridge. L.M J. Norman Ritchie. MEDICAL CONYSEARE, CHURCH 8t McAR THUR Barristers. Solicitors. Notaries Public and'Commissioners Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, SIMMONS A. Solicitors and Nctaries. Money tc loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce Bldg. W. C. Stmmonf S. J. Shepherd. DR. J. E. Phyai cian and Surgeon. Electric and X ray treatment. Office Room IS Sherlock Building. Corner Redpatl- and Glyn. Hours: Till 9; ll-i; 3-5, 7-9. Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; S.30-9.30 Phone day and night 1242. chairman of the commission that. investigated the coal mining industry of the province and which brought down a very valuable report. Sifton's memory is one of his characteristics, lie will never have the lapses of mem- ory so common to the members of the old government, as revealed in the present, investigation. Siftcn is a man to cheer for; the Liberals will always feel safe with Sifton at (he holm. In the legislature Premier Sifton will be an aggressive leader. Fluent as a speaker, a master in debate and quick to meet and re- pell attack, the new Premier is a good leader. Premier Sifton is in touch with the opinions of all the people of the province probably more than any other man. He has sound common sense, excellent judgment and noted for his tact and discretion. He will consider matters well before acting. The Herald's Publicity Number. Printer and Publisher. The Lethbridge Daily Herald issued a splendid Proclamation and Publicity Number last month. The edition, which consisted of 64 pages, is pro fusely illustrated with half-tone cuts depicting the rapid growth of this promising Southern Alberta city. --..e the proclamation idea is not nr, triuireiy tiew one. it is probably the! l'uverty' Irom ner childhood her favorite companion and confidant in her good works was Princess .May. It is impossible to give even the most, cursory sketch of our new Queen mentioning again, and yet latruin, the beloved, great-hearted mo- jthcr, who. we may be qnite sure, all unknowingly, gave her the best possi- H. A. J.; Solicitor. Notary. Room 14. Block. JOHN J. Solicitor. Office, Rooms 2 and 8, Block. DR. W. S. Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-g p.m. Office 914 Rw path St. Phone 53 R 8. C. THOMSON, B.A., sician, surgeon accoucher. Office Doug-las Block, Westminster Road. Residence 320 Wallwork St. Phone] 476. ARCHITECTS CONTRACTORS Whr noy Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects. Detroit. Architect. W hit-lie? Block. Room CALEDONIAN HALL The Caledonian Hall 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 to J. II. Kellie, Weslern Plumbing Co. JAS. A. Block, Redpath 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. WILLIAM and Con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and Alterations. Office Room 5, Bryan Block. Phone 426. P. 0. Box 5.12. T. K. and Build- er, estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small noth- ing too large. Bos 515; office 1260 Courtland street. POAPST A. DUN Solicitors and Notaries, loan.. Southard Block. Money to D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Office hours; 9.30-12 a.m.; 2-5 p.m.; 7-8 p.m. Office Phone 341; Reel- dence 593. MUSIC MADAM Pian- ist, at liberty for engagements. Pupils taken, subjects, Diano, organ, theory, harmony and counterpoint. MISS NORMAN, teacher of. dancing, ball room and stage. 022 Crabb St. 136-G Mr. J. W. given In voice cultivation, organ and piano- forte-playing, and theory. 710 Court- land St., phone 420. H. C. C. SALMON is prepared to re- ceive pupils in piano and Theory. 1213 Bompas street. P. 0. Box 133 Phone 1162. MANICURING, ETC. MORROW and Con tractors; estimates given on all classes of work. Ali work guaran- teed. 717 Crabb Box 1957 Phone HIS. 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. .......W1 entirely new one. it is probably the were prosecuted under against firsl tlmc lhat u has been combines. Three years ago he acted ion so large a scale by Jt publisher in a Office EXIT RUTHERFORD. Premier Rutherford has resigned and Chief Justice Sifton takes his place. The action of the former was the only possible course 'he could pursue under the circumstances. Al- though the Royal Commission has not completed its work nor made its of- ficial report, sufficient evidence has been brought out to convince the peo- ple of the province that the, govern- Home General Stationery" Stationery Stationer R. ANDREW SMITH, B.A.. L L Barrister. Solicitor. Public, etc. 4 Alberta Block, R mn.l DR. M. J graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, of a Dominion E. C. Soli- citor. Notary Public, etc; 1 and 2 SoucMrd Block: Money to Loan Dental certificate. Office room MacdonaUl Ulk. Phone 1071. CONCRETE ed for cement sidewalks, basements and other concrete work. Art stone j sills and lintels made to detail. Con- 4 j crete blocks and brick always on hand. H. J. Goode. Concrete Factory 523 Smitn SL, Phone 1244. iHOD CARRIERS BUILDING LA- executj BORERS' UNION will meet every Tuesday at S p.m. at the Labor Tern- pie until further notice. L. HOEY. Sec. 122-26 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Eycrytliinff in O Station cry THE RED CBOSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stori Acadia Block, Redpsth St. Day and Night Phone 555 Nirjrit Bell Dispenser. Picture Framer. jbio training for the great position that she was ultimately to occupy. Warm- hearted and overflowing with human sympathy na was the late Duchess of Teck, she had yet strict, and what most people would now think old- fashioned notions concerning ednca- tion. She wrote tn an intimate W. D. accounUn" houidationa, general nccourv ing .and advice tbe'rcon. Acadia Lethbridge, Alu. DR. Surg-, eon and Accoucher. Ollice and re-j sidcnce, 425 Bartlett atreeL Phone I 521. LETH8R5DQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall. Glyn Si optti evening NURSING W. and builder. Estimates cheerfully qiven Club Residence fi33 Bartlett St. P. 6. Box 110 80, Snnday _ i All Scotsmen welcome. B. GIBBON1 Prea. MEDICAL 3AYNE, BROWN Contractors and Builders; estl-i THP PAINTY PRIVATE HosPiTAi i mates submltted< town or country i THE DAINTY PRIVATE HOSPITAL! job work carefully attended to, al-! teration and remodelling of store fixtures. Genera) delivery, 750 -OHNSTON. Secy.. ROT 12 Maternity work a specialty. uate nurse in charge. Grad-1 DRAFTING brldge. lerie Ic. DR. L A clan Hrynn Block. 21 nm hours 9-12; 7-10. Phone 65S. DOCTOR TV-fore 9 a.m.: 2-S: 7-8. friend: "A child quite enough to