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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibi'iilgc DailyHeralcl, Thursday, October It's The "QUALITY" That Counts The uniform quality maintained from year to year in our Lumber and Building Sup plies has given them the first place among builders. We can assure our patrons that the same quality will be maintained in the future as it has been in the past, and we solicit a continuance of your orders. Round Street Phone 763 THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. it Lethbridgii N. Taber Bow Island Milk River High Rivtr Claresholm, Nanton Granum Carmangaj. Barons Kipp Jet, BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you of the large number'of line hardy Flowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie -and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every year'? We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, three years old, that will all bloom this coming-summer and ail will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall-.- The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, Spireas, Wiegelias, Syrir.gas, Elders, Berberries, Snowberries, Deutzias, Honey- suckles, etc., etc. All two to three feet high, three 'years old, regular value .This selection, all express charges pre- paid to your nearest .express cilice at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Koptenay Valley Nurseries :..Mirror Lake, ,B. C.... NO RACIAL STRUGGLE' TWEENV TWO COUNTRIES LEAD FOUR HUNDRED TOTS FROM FIRE AIJ ".Ireland Sim- Taken to Safety by Nuns I Throunh liar to What Canada Possesses Through' the Winnipeg, Oct. O'Connor, P.; received .considerable 'financial aid from- a''well attended 'meeting 'last, nigut.' O'Connor assured the audi- ence there -isrrib facial struggle be- tween Ireland' and England, nor would he be in such a racial struggle. San Fran nisco, Oct. Four hun- dred children escaped in their night clothes 'from the fire -which. destroyed toe Mount St.. Joseph -Orphan Asyfum at four o'clock this morning. The building .caught fire .from unknown cause and in a few minutes was a mass of flames. The some i UAU.4d ut j jajjjujo- J. 14. i he democratic forces of England and eignteen sisters quickly aroused the Ireland were leagued -against the I caimren, each marshaling her partic- house 'of peers. What the Irish' want- 1 ular charges in the 'long corridors and ed was the application of Canadian principles to British laws, and such autonomy as Canada is'so marvellous an "exponent' of." if Home Rule is granted to Ireland; the Irish would continue to govern it as it is now gov- erned. AUSTRALIA. WILL BE A WHITE-MAN'S COUNTRY Melbourne, 'Oct. Federal parliament. .unanimously passed bills v through all for.a-per- S tnaneat .including su- giir! bounties. despite the excitement and confusion marched t'em- through the smoke- tilled hails, out of the' burning build- ing without injury to anyone. The asylum was built in 1869 loss 'is estimated "at FREEDOM OF THOUGHT IN THE COLLEGES Prof. Marshall Tells Why He Left Queen's University A great deal of comment has been occasioned throughout Canada by the resignation of Prof. John Marshall, i of Queen's University, Kingston. It' was known that there was friction be- tween Prof. Marshall and certain oth- er profesors, -but the exact nature of this was not known until the. other day, when Prof. Marshall wjred. the following statement to fhe Kingston Standard: Weyburn, Saslc.. Oct. .am not returning to Queen's, because I had no desire to have a repetition last winter's persecution. From the time the Navy article appeared .there was a concerted effort to make rny posi- tion intolerable. The Principal .was consulted as to my exclusion from the Quarterly, and my connection with the Standard was cast in my teeth'.' I was'taken, to task-for addressing j :he Trades and La-bor Council, and 1 was told a professor "should not sociate with the riffraff." Professor Cappon made a most ofr I'ensive reference in the library'in the presence of professors and students, and 'behaved almost like a mad man in our private office, the class'es Vv- ernearing him in both lecture rooms. He and other members of the British group, in .the University to speak'to winter, i Two' professors in their' classes, nounced my navy article, and it was thought to intimidate me by having it stated that Sir James Whftney was reported to 'have: said that he would make no grant to Queen's while a "damned radical" was on th'e staff. I am not saying that Sir. James said this, for I hold htm in high re- gard: but that is how they t'rigten The of Ripley Transfer Cd. la Now On BedpathSt. Opposite .Methodlit Church Graying on ihort aotlce HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE Residence -1204 The me. extra The CRITICIZE THE JUDGE Oct. Strong complaint is .being made -by the Liberal press nrurai exercises 'were searched for a "handle." and students practically invited to make com- plaints. One responded, whose" essay I had criticized perhaps too harshly, ttven he accepted my explanation. I was deliberately left off the- Sen- ate Committee, and my suggestions' for critical periodicals was turned down. Frof. Morrison apologizing in the spring for his part in the criticism, admitted that I had been infamously Notice to the Public Owing to the high-handed action of. bur landlords, are prevented for the preseni from conducting our business in bur old stand.- In the mean- thanks'- to --the courtesy ,of .Mr. LeBlanc, we may be i'ound at news ;and cigar stand, .where .all .payments may be made and business transacted as possible, under the circum stances. FRANK Q. WADDINGTON as being a breach of the ancient tra- ditions of the English bench. about the political nature of Judge Grantham's speech on Canada, a sum j Queen's Quarterly was purged 01 mary of which was cafoled yesterday. in June, when my name was dropped from the editorial staff J'or reasons that two correspondents described as outrageous. Finally, it was impossible to work with the head of the department, Prof. Cappon. The present is but a culmination of a long series of insults. Prof. Uappon told G Y. Chown I was "too damned and he repeat- edly warned me personally how terri- ble he was when aroused. When the printer of the College .inadvertently iput .'.'associ- instead of "assistant" professor in the Calendar after my name, District WESTERN HIDE AND JTOfKCO, WANTED All kinds..of second hand furniture. Office and Warehouse -320 Crabb St. Phone 442 .P.O.Box 2013 Lethbridge, Alta. SASKATOON BARBERS GO. OUT ON STRIKE Are you aware of the profits to be made from ..fruit, growing in British Columbia? The climate of this province, anr1. especially that of whom, be it understood obliged to me of the Okanagan with the trustees and trict, is extremely would not accept niy explanation, suited to this Indus- My persona! relations with the "stv- try. In fact., this) dents and with the Canadian district is admitted jsors nave always Although this is comparatively a new only a few of the or- 'ilGSt nature> afid chards are .fully matured, the results have been highly satisfactory' When we consider results showing from to and even more to be the finest fruit growing section on the continent. T WIIUL m di mui c; por acre, from fully matured orchards, the, inducements ar.e great for the man who would make money pleasantly. vf Ten acres of Okanagan fruit land will produce more' than a quarter sec- tion of -wheat land. I CARLIN In the Upper Okanagan is the choicest tract in the lies beautifully, fronts on railroad and river, requires noi excellent soil Vf; We arc offering it in .10 to 20 acre blocks, at prices from to per with cleared blocks running to ?H.r5 per acre; small cash" payment' bal- in-three years. "tf This is a special offer made for the purpose of securing bona fide settlers owners are1 determined to have this portion of their holdings settled at These prices, can nerer be duplicated in the arid'as'will be found by comparison, are much lower than any other good land, in the Okan- agan Valley. We advise you to write at once, for the extensive information regarding transportation and markets, which we have 'prepared after careful study of Carl in Orchards. been of the friend- I have tried to do the -best, that was in me Tor the stu- dents and for fhe University. Havin done that I felt that I at least was entitled to my opinion on the- navv or on any other subject. But he- tween the personal of- ficial, but Principal Gor- don, and the attitude and crticisin of what 1 have termed the "British Group." in the University to me fol- lowing my article against the naw my position bad become simply intol- erable. The effort to keep up the work when was added to in- i science, has simply been too great. I must be master of my own thoughts. Saskatoon, Oct. number of oarbers in ihe city shops went "out on strike this morning. A. union was tornied here about two weeks ago ancl four of the shops refusdd to join he- cause of the fact that the union wish- ed., ihe shops to close two nights a week. A. Eld ram and R. J. Jeffs have re- fused to poin, and their men all walk- ed out to-day. Eldram states that he will continue an open shop, and will cut his prices, giving shaves for ten cents and haircuts for fifteen cents. The regular prices are fifteen and tnirty-five cents respectively. BOY FATALLY INJURED BY AN AUTOMOBILE -Montreal. Oct. Wil- iiam Froome. a ten year old lad. son of H. Froome, of 214 Elgin street, was knocked down and fatally Tnjured at "the corner of Peel and St. Catherine's streets, about seven o'clock last ev- ening by an auto driven by "Leo Eb- u'rne. The lad is said to have-jump- ed in front of the machine from be- hind a post. STUDENTS GOT THEIR AWARDS Presentation of Prizes For Sports and Examination Certificates Tnere was a-'great crowd of happy- public and high' school students, in the auditorium of the Central school Tuesday, the occasion being the pre- sentation, or the certificates earned by passing the. departmental examina- tions last summer" and ihe prizes at the school field day of sports. The large auditorium was crowded, so that many had to stand, with children and tneir parents and friends and there wag no lack of enthusiasm. O. D. Austin, school board. who was chairman; of the committee, tnat arranged the, sports, was the cuairman of "the. evening and opened the proceedings-with, a few appropriate remarks after a chorus of school girls had sung tfi'at, popular patriotic song "it's Only a Small Bit of Bunting.'- He tnen called upon the chairman of the school-board, to pre- sent the prizes for the sports. The winners of the different classes were called to the platform and were given .the splendid Jot of useful and beauti- ful prizes that had been provided by [many "friends'" in "the city, supplement- 'ed .by the As the different, winners got their rewards they were cheered by the other pupils, many of wnom" had been unsuccessful com- petitors in the contests. After the prizes'lor the different events-" had been given, those''for the Classes and the medals for .the cham- pionships were presented. The Wright smeid for the girls' class making the most points was awarded to Standard vi, Maisie Fleetwood for the class. The Henderson'cup for the second prize was given to two classes wao came out tie for the honor, S.tand- ard V. at Central aras IV. and Wat Westminster, Kath- leen Virtue arid Lizzie Kane receiving It on behalf of the classes. TThe Hen- derson cup-for the boys' class making the most- points went to Standard Arthur' Fiske receiving it from Mr. rieetwood. The climax'was-the pre- sentation of the championship medals, the heroes being cheered to 'the echo as their prowess was rewarded. Har- old --Newendorp and; Victor Gillies of Central and Westminster respectively were tied for the'junior c'hampio'n- ship and will each, .have a bronze medal but there was only one to pre- sent to them last "night. Bert. Sang the intermediate champion- ship silver while Arthur Fiske. winning the senior honors, is the cnampion of the school and received gold medal. AS the victors stood on tlie platform, the scholars' heartily old' them they were "Jolly Good Fel- ows." Dr. 'Galbrahh of the school board presented the diplomas to those who vere successful in the examinations. Both" gentlemen before making the resentations made short suitable congratulating the success- ful students. The proceedings were made much more enjoyable by well rendered vocal solos by Misses Batt and Addy of the public school staff and by songs from a. of girls. Oiir Brewmaster Says To Us: "You need not hesitate to recommend ALBERTA'S PRIDE aa one of the very, finest beers on the market today. "I have been brewing beer for twenty years now and never; be- fore have 1 turned out .a product with which. I was so "well satisfied as J am with LETHBRIBGE beer. "With such remarkably fine water as this brewery uses, with" the best barley and hops I ever saw, we are enabled to producer beer of which I am-exceedingly m. erta s Fnde Tf you use beer at home get a sample case. You'll lite it. believe say it's the best'beer you ever drank.. The Eetktridge Brewing ancl Malting Co. Limited PHONE 554 CARDSTON'S SWEEP An Enumeration1 of The Winnings: oft the South Alberta Town To The1 Editor'fof-trie Herald: different accounts .have appeared in-the to the win- nings of Southern, Alberta at-the Dry fanning "Spokane, you would if you would pub- lish the followingVJist.of the Cardston winnings as checked over, with the secretary of the '.association, and for wnich we cards and rib Dons: of .Hard: -Winter JOHN MARSHALL. You Are The Judge 30 Days' Free Trial Don't be satisfied with a steel razor gee th- Carbo-Msgnetie with the that you need never hone. This rnzor is not tempered in unever. flre heat, but by electro-carbonisa- tion at. degrees a process similar to that by which dia- monds bave been produced. LOOK FOR THIS TRADE MARK TO MAKE GALWAY AN ATLANTIC PORT Rogers, Black McAIpine Selling Agents. 524 Fender Street Vancouver. B. C. 'Dublin, Oct. Right Rev.' Dr. O'Dea, Catholic bishop of Galway, j has announced his support of the j movement to make Galway a tnnis-l j Atlantic pon and his willingness 10 i share in iiie expense of the move- ment. Get a on our SO day Free Trial ijeed not buy the razor until you are thoroughly satisfied that it is better tlwn any other you ever tried. For Sale By RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO A HD GEO. H. LING. COLUMBUS DAY BEING OBSERVED New York, Oct. 418th an- niversary of the discovery of Amer- ica -by Christopher Columbus is be- ing observed, in many states to-day. They are California, Colorado, Con- Massachusetts, Illinois' Mary iand; Michigan, >lisouri, Montana, -N'ew Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. of Timoth'y. qt native "grass; of-'hrome "grass. of medium white.- oats. in- dividual, one First-r-For best' individual display grain grown on summer fallow land a double action cutaway narrowv. val ue -5110.-" eshihit. of open to" the. world. display Jb'our "in. the ;.Drjr Farming 'Congress -fdr" winning- fdtu first prizes in Class .2.; ,'T All the above prices were won ;bj' Mr. Arthur, Perry. The CardstSh Board of Trade.exhib it was only entered in two competi- tions, in., lot 221, class v., for the besf agricuiaiiral products "open; to any commercial 'body, club or -'association em-bracing less territory' than a "coun- ty- or- province. The awards Were: Commercial Club, .lirst; Uardston Board of second; Macleod, third. The second compe- tition entered for by thet .Oardstba Trade was for 'taef-best. play, of grasses and crops open to' the was-a which -is.-npw in Card- ston- This makes tweive prizes, .withXfoui te.en. entries; viz., .six firsts, three- sec- onds, two thirds .and a "We are perfectly satisfied with out'-" trip.', and -delighted-with, the treatment received. Yours" truly, fV- E. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Paid-up Capital, Reserve, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Arrangements hove recently been completed under which the btt this Bonk ore able to issue Drafts on the principal points in the following countries: Fiofead Irobthd Rnavia Formosa Serria Shun Fr'ch CocfaM-ChMM Java. Sooth Afnem. Genwuxf Manchuria Straits f BriUtw Mexko Sweden. Grutofe Norway HoOaftd Persia Tnrkw Iceland PhiffipmeItiaada Faroe hfaocb Intfti RootBMn. rlir nfrcn Lethbridge Branch C. 1L Nourse, Mgr. Bolgxrm Crete THREE BAD ACCIDENTS OCCUR AT BRANDON Brandon, Oct. Cum- mings.'a Xor'th Brandon farmer, was Drought to the hospital, here last night, suffering from the "effects of an autoino'oile accident which occur- red about, three miles north of the ;city. Cummings' rig was crowded off the. road and rolled down the embank- ment. Cummings was thrown out and hadly bruised about the chest and may be injured internally. John switchman, who lost .a leg in Canadian Pacific ;Kaitway yards recently, and Fred Henry, a victim of a shooting accid- Gain.sboro a week ago. are both {in condition at the hospital ias a result of complications, au-d may not recover. OF CANADA Cipitil, lest and Pnrfits Assels 8ver Mail Your Deposits to us, with yonr Pass- book, and we will return" the book, written up. Whcs you wish to withdraw Money, mail .us the Pass-book, say how much you want, and we will send it to you at once. .If you are far from a Banking Town you will find this service of ours a great convenience. Call and see our Manager about it. Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sta G. R. TINNING Bub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. CTracsy Lske- -rt. W. Saline, Manager. ;