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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta JAGE TWO fME LCTKBnilifeft HERAk.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, INI 1 Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Rrmting Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its-'office, Round St., Letl-ibridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one mouth, delivered Daily, one year, by mail DaiJy. six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail The Georgian Bay route, moreover, will be from 270 to 2vS2 miles shorter than the present Canadian route from these points. Thus far, however, tin- interest in and sympathy with the Canadian navy project that has been displayed hv general public opinion iu this coun- try has been entirely sineere, and ha onc (Aukustine Birrell) pricadsh; is a word lhc Yery sight ,the beart Also on all C. P. R. trains. whether it shall be navy or canal. But if that is likely we have no wav of judging it. The first evidence FLY THE FLAGS iijointed the other way. It will be re- Flag-flving- is not a mama with the i mprnhprfd that last sDnns, "wnen tne Canadian people by anv means. Peo-! tnai- colonial navv was tact pie from other countries irequentlv: x, -4. r a tkat organs oi. vcrv diverse opinion remark upon the scarcitv of flags on: _ _ ordinary davs, and even" on holidavs 1 the project their warm SI.P- and anniversaries that should be thus! was SUbject T 4-n ju- ment. And now, as then, we shoiud recognized. Lethbndge, in this re-, enmiW i thinV thp nuestion one wnicn stiouici spect, is no better than the rest of tfiL quesnou 4. j T-- t-j 'tend to bring narties togetner, not t.Canada, Yesterday was King Ed-; uuu lu u ward's birthday, yet' this city did not drive thorn turther asunder. have more than half a dozen flags fly- ing. Although at his own request the IT IS UP TO McBRlDE day .was not kept as a public holidav prcmier McBride has had a fair uro- it was only right to recognize tbc J position put up to him by. John Oli- dar by hoisting the flag of Canada' ver leader oi the opposition in and the Empire. British Columbia, and oae which will People more or less devoid of senti- j enable him 'gracefully to get out n! 'ment, or who perhaps pride of the meanest political tricks selves in their advocacy of practical: ]1C or any other politician ever tried 'demohstra-tion of patriotism mar' to perpetrate. think lightly of flag-flying as a patri-: IQ aiin0uncing the election ior the. otic exercise. It must be admitted. cjav jje Premier McBride either however, that, there is a something taught1 himself unawares or he pur- about the sight oi the nation's flag; put up a piece political job- flying'dear and distinct in the eye discreditable to himself and his of mankind that stirs up one's feel-. He hurriedly announced that ings of patriotism and national pride. }ic made a railway agreement One's mind .naturally'.'turns to the; and.Mann that would thought that "my flag, my coun-itlo Kreat things for the province. But and in logical sequ-encc he did not know .what that 'thought comes of "my responsibili-; really was, and he has ties of citizenship." The flying of faccn it out piecemeal either flag is not conducive only to the bel-i or through his lieutenants, licose type of patriotism that ex- -rom t-me to tjme as the criticisms itself in cheers, belligerent. of his Opponents? both in the party speeches and thoughts of fight outsj.1jp> ]iave seemed to rfemanri rather it begets feelings of national: jt pride, of national citizenship, of. iov-; satisfied with endeavor- alty to the nation and government as secure snap verdict for an typified by the flag. By all means t ,policy he makes an effort let us keep the flags flying on tn entranch himselt and hand- i "Managing Husbands" the New York Globe and Ad- Barbara Blair, heine unmarried her- self, writes at great length in the i Chicago Kec'ord-Herald on "Managing i Husbands." Says Miss Blair: 1 "A wife should strive to 'bring out the best that is in her husband, even if she has to go through his pockets jtodo it." We are personally acquainted with i several husbands, who-, if-their wives attempted anything oi the sort, would get up, light the gas, and help them look for it. j Student Rowdyism (From the Kingston Standard) 'i Toronto University teaches manv I th ngs well, but it fails utterly in the fundamentals of a University if it cannot teach its students .to rarair, i from assaulting tvomen. thinks of his father's -belief that Can- adians cannot build or sail ships of war BORN FARTHEST NORTH (Kincardine Review) Commander Peary's "snow :baby" may have been farthest north, but there is a young lad in Kincardine who is a close second, viz.: Herschell Stringer, son of 'his Lordship the Bishop, of Yukon, and Mr. Stringer. He is named after Herschell Island, where he was born. That island is in the Arctic Ocean, north east of the Mackenzie river. He was born v.'hen liis father was a missionary among the Esquimaux. CANADIAN BRIEFS Cradtiock ft Viner V Wo have just, installed an jg up-to-date steam.heating plant in our garage. If you wish your auto kept here this winter you'd better" hurry. ____ Jim Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. HERALD WANT ADS. BRING SURPRISING RESULTS. TRY ONE Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block -f Carbon box, 100 sheets, from Copying Ream, from all machines, .f I Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to 1140. Call and get terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO.... ary days as well as on holidays. opponenls by conducting the let its full influence for a _ better, j no Usts_ An Untimely Fate (From, the Belleville Intelligencer! Tough on those Mars folks, wasn't it To be wiped .off the map just v.'hen the York Loan money Was iabout to be paid. New Support for McBride (From the Saturday This week began -auspiciousb" for Premier McBride. On Sundav the stork left a brand new voter at his home in' Victoria. Tommy Was-Game j (From Everybody's) ;The first grade teacher had been able to spank Tommy with the great- I est enthusiasm, but his next teacher jhaTl cot reached the point where she 'felt she could do to him in spite of all his nauehtiness.. I "Send him to me when you want i him said the first-grade i teacher one morning, her col- I league had related his many misde- i meanors. About eleven o'clock Tommy ap- peared at the first-grade teacher's "door. She dropped her work, seized Hamilton; Nov. Mack- lem, a young man who on Fridav night created a sensation by threat-1 ening-to shoot his sweetheart Minnie} O'Connor'and then take his own life, has heen committed to an insane asy- lum. Ottawa, were nine! trade disputes in Canada during. Sep- tember as-against' seventeen last year according to the Labor Gazette issu- ed..today. Thirty firms and 4.374 j employees Were affected. Three hun-j dred and sixteen individuals were in-] I jured in industrial accidents during j the month, 91 resulting fatally. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Cincinnati, Nov. were returned in the Ken ton circuit court- at Covington against; the La- tonia Racing Associat'no for per- mitting bookmaking and gambling s Latonia track. Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 0 companies Indiana.'-; uniform rank Knights of Pythias and :he Colonel of the regiment cxpe'U-d from the order today by e- General Wilson on thevcharge of' tion. Atlanta, G-l. Nov. Strang in li'G'-'JO horsf. power baby Fjat shattered' world's one-mile record today in the almost incrcdit- .able time of 35.7 seconds. It the initial event of the opening 'tiav of the auto race. (I i ANOTHER EXCURSION HORSES HORSES If you want horses call at T. F. Rodger's sale etable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 5. 3urgfou. Acooucher. 9 a.m.. 3-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. -------1-------------- DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANO Street. a.m.. '2.3. 7-8. DR A. Staffort Block. Residence cor. Bompas Crabb. Phone: Office resideno. h. J. E. LOVER Surgeoa. Accoucuer, 9 a.m.. n 4c 3 to 5, 7 to S. Thoue. day ,c. night. 342.- D, A. TAYLO" M.O., C.M -Speei., ist, Eye, Ear, Noae and Throti Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Office 9.30-12 a.m.. 8-6 p. a, 7.8 p. 03. COAL Lump on the market, par ton Nut coil, delivered. Address postcard to New Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 281. City Agent. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTI8T- Gradaate Royal College of Denui Surgeons, Townto. Stafford Agne- MISS as a pital on aear per day. Treatment per day. Young ol per day. Patients arc ed to pay oae week io advance, and to pay for their own medicine, Phone 269 MUSIC loiin aod theory. Will receire pupila on iis return Lyceuin Conoert Cp.s fall tour about the 1st week of November. Private and claM lessons. For terms and particulars apgly to Mrr. E. U. Eylanda. LEGAL CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR- F. P. Conybeaxe, K C D. C. L.; H. W. Church, M. A.'; M. S. McArthur, B. A. Solicitors fo Bank of Montreal, City of Lethbridge, and the Alberta Ball- way and Irrigation Company. Of- fice, Conybeare 'Block, Lethbridge Alta. PK o N E: 'LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERT No. 293, Sooe of England Senefit Society Meets in the, Oddfedllcws' Hall every first aod third- Wednesday the month at. S p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, W. President Box 57. LEAVES LETHBRIDGE -1 1 11 Calgary and Macleod points on November 10th, connecting at Macleod. UNITED STATES' INTEREST IN; CANADIAN NAVAL POLICY i The coming session of the Canadian Parliament promises to be of exceed-; ing interest to others than ans. The British Empire will watch i with interest the formation and de-j velopment of the naval policy.' This is interesting to the other nations ot j the world to whom, the British naval power is something to be considered, j The United States will have an acldi- i tional interest for reasons that re-i 'cently were Well expressed editorially! by the Globe and Commercial Advcr-'j nf Ni-w York, which said i "If, as recent flespatches haveindi-': cated, the project for a Canadian! navy is to be contested on the ground that it will indefinitely defer the con- struction of the Georgian Bav Canal.; the politics of Canada this fall and: winter promise lo be much more in-! tort-sting to the United States than they have been for a long time. Our; interest in neither one of these pro-; jects, taken alone, is such as to in- I spire much more than occasional com- ment, but, taken together, 'thcv mav be the subject of fn.-que.nt. considera- tion. Tf-the creation of a navy to be an' auxiliary to the British fleet means the postponement of the Georgian Bay canal is still in the prospectus stage, and so most sensitive to contrary tain interests in this country might be supposed to become colonial navv advocates overnight., They are al- ready disturbed by the amount of transatlantic commerce, that Cana- dian ports arex taking When the Georgian Bay Canal is completed tho a-dvantage as regards the mileage to Liverpool that the proposed route, will have over the American route hv way of New York will be abotit- 800 from Duluth and Fort William, Canada, and a attic less from Chicago and Milwaukee. formulating and" announcing in detail a much better one. But this, voters' lists business is different. The Oppo- sition has no power to make up the lists'of qualified voters. The lists are-prepared by McBride's supporters and by them can be supplied to Mc- Bride's workers before they are pub- lished, but the opposition does not know with any certainty who has been deemed qualified to vote. Thev are thus handicapped as to the selec- tion of candidates, of getting sub- scribers to the nomination papers of candidates arid in their canvassing. Long drawn out election campaigns are not desirable, anil the short fight is preferable, provided everything is ready for it. Such is not the case in the forthcoming B. C. elections. Premier McBride has played a sharp political trick from which his oppon- i-r.ts have no relief except what- he ehooses to give them. And in this connection it is that John Oliver has addressed a formal petition to the lieutenant-governor knee, and did her duty. When she" had finished she said "Well, Tommy, what have vou to say "Please, miss, my teacher wants The Way of the Small (Prom the Greenwood Do .a small-minded man a favor, and he becomes your enemy. Pound him with a club and he will crouch at j your feet lilce a mangy cur begging for a meaty bone. i Unusual Even Among Bishops i (From the Brantford Expositor) j His Lordship Bishop DuMoulin has appealed against his income assess- ment on the ground that it was too low. Not many appeals of that char- acter, are sent in. Whv not? What Does Young Wilf Think (From the Toronto Wonder what that sturdy voung Canadian, Wilfrid Laurier Roblin. I I I 1 iu I Those intending to purchase this, season should get busy and notify Mr Freeman at the earliest 1 possible date. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge gvgaagg t f i t f t Corel! Carnatlog! All who are troxibled with chapped "face and hands will find a snre and speedy relief in our Carnation Cream. This Cream is specially prepared and admirably adapted for use in this dry ciimate. Ladies will find it wonder fxilly effective in keeping the hands and face. soft, smooth and white. Gentlemen will find it exceedingly pleasant to use after shaving. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTTE The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Niqht Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Redpath Street The Dispenser. The Picture Framer, Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capita) Authorized Capital Paid Reserve Fund.............................. D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Vice-President. Accounts oi Corporations. Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. _________ .-_______________ LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted; Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited; Savings Bank Department_in connection, deposits upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbrtdge Branch ROUND STREET 0 Old Sage Store J J. A. R. ROME, Manager. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall, Glfn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 330. Pres. JOHNSTONS ters and solicitors. Office adjoin-l ing Union Bant, Lethbridge. L. M Johustene; J. Norman Sitchie. SIMMONS to W. C. Simmons. Barristers So-, licitors and Notaries. Moaey to loan. W. C. Simmons S. J. Shepherd. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 i ford Blk H. H. licitor. Etc., Office Acadia Block Lethbridge, Alta. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, irrigatisa and H? draulic Engineer. Room 5, Wbi" aey Block, Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND VM. T. W.M: ney Block. Late of Williams Architects. Detroit. F. B. ROLFSON Whitney Block. lettbridge lerie lo. til Meets 1st and 'ird JVT o n