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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ment -boarding houses, but' clubs of j ing strenuosity che'cam- .PHON E' ReportoriaS, Oept. ie.Lethbridge'Hcrild Publishing: Co., Ltd.. every its office, Crabb Alberta, Canada AND EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and joo. Oepts- 1224: young men and women who .take ;i hol- iday, and incidentally earn u little money by going: out to tfeo orchards to pick the prune .crop, The com- panies, pay all expenses and tue pick- ers have a good time. it has been remarked '-by b'aslerners and Americans in Western Canada i that tiie people out.-here do not know j How to cheer. They sit iium as pys- i j ters when those who knOT how would All. this is most touching. -It ve- veals the obverse -ot social high JU'e us full of -to daunt the; most hardened highlifwv. "Society, it be seen, has its hardship? and who -t-Jftr them. Side Lights An Ungallant Toast. (Success.) ...51.73 i year, by mail man.hs. by mail .......S5e "Addresses changed'as often as but both new uutl old be 0tr. fhere'is-a'sreat art, 5n knowing, ts coast, the following toast was! 6 delivered- 1... -.52.00 d I'voiea aud.how to cheer.' The tro-, proposed: ".Hay she be like- the here seems to of our village; always but never called- for." V I _ _ i is ai'raid to lead off anipng so HERALD -y. Wednesday iu eight or more pages, and'contains the news of ihe week, local !l yearvin mouths, 6months, in advance ___75c -THE' DAILY HERALD FORMAL E AT Cranbrook, 8. L. Reiriecke. Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc's 'Drug Store. Northaro Vancouver, B. Co. Brown Si. Aiso oh at! C. P.' H. trains. j for" tear he may be con- stu'cuous. From Other Sanctums Social Events. (The .Mr.'. Browning jis u great day for-us'at home. My cuiugfttcr comes out j Mrs. Diggle doj not say so, mister? So does my !us-i band; he's -been in for a :j i Lethfatf dgW-Red Cross Brus :store, J. G; Robert- Co.'." "Jack- t-v '.'Alexandra. Hotel. Peo- Store.' s Co., R. W. r J. Mitchell, j A Hero. i (Toronto Gicbej I Talked in'Others. j 1 Kmperor William ,13 disparaging the! (Utica Globe.) j suffragettes. It proof .were ,ueedeu -'fle ls.ie Bisaoii Foss once visited !of Ms universal course, core it is. -I a Philadelphia physician for soinej I trifling ailment.. "Do'-you, he! "talk Bros. Drug V Book Co. Fertile; B, BeaL A Tip tc'Politicians. answered "talk in i i Stratford Beacon.) Aren't you .aware UJfet i am. Sir WiUrid Laurier ja be rather obeys the laws i he is instrumental 'in creating. Prince Rupert he declined- -id partici- Remember this date, as our next 'excursion leaves Lethbridge the morning of September 4th, and points between Macleod and Calgary afternoon of 3rd 900 net per acre This looks large, but we have letter from prominent grower stating that his cherries yielded this in 1909 and 1910 Come in and let us show you the proof and convince you Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 -f A" Warning. (Youth's Tite recent .publication ot the mem- j oirs a celebrated English" university, more obeyed tbe laws they j professor, Oscar -Browning, recalls .a e in 3. Sunday .excursion arranged his honor. It would be better if' prescribe' for the public. Ashamed. PROVINCIAL FAJSS I the wisdom -will -be larger and. more compre-. j their scope. than- tae or-ioae dinary. fsir, fairs "for the present at least reply given, -by Premier .'4'elegatiob J representing and District "Agrical- of back many to Canada., Americans-, -H He favors having attitude .of-their coun- at Kd. J toward ihe tribunal to. wfiich the -reQuested i mohton, Calgary and t the previnelalrFair '-should -be 'held that the which- "are ihe i I boasdarv question was referred. To Leuibndge, j a-dvance thai'only one kind i famous to 'be one of the [most admirable ever composed. j it was perpetrated by a. brilliant pupil, J. K. upon the prof: essor, who -was somewhat inclined to corpulency: 'j O. B., oh be obedient-; t To-'nature's-stern decrees; j- For tho you -0? -but. one 0. You may be too obce- f slt.ieth bridge' nest should make snecia, -province _ respectively. -.The ,for ttat Approve of Ms view-thai ,Tiie -Premier .expressed "his ;opposi- j fairs should be assisted -by th> of lurving, a'Provin- special.-.grants from the governinen'i, A-Tare-pi t promise to give this assist- est centres 'of the t of award .accepc-ed was. an tne i sttitud? of which' the people w-ho as-. ami.southern parts! safcd wil! more'ana more asaamed from year-to year. prOYince.- and are situated in at ,'all. grant one enable- a; society to -put on V extra- good fair 'but .the" succeeding -see, the mark ,set 'jtne yfear .'When- tKe grant -made. ance meet witlv tke approval of .-Although' Calgary and Edmonton 'nave advertised their fairs as "prov- iacial fairs" they -have not 'been such he- --.claims, "anct rightly, would "geieratly accepted .sense of or the fair i.tue term-" But .uadef'.tn'e system out-. Mr. SKton "the three fairs dentiT mentioned 'can really -be called prov- In High Society. (Chicago Tribune.) Fainted: 'V.- Mrs, French Vanderbilt. Mrs. William E. Carter. Mrs. Reynolds Hitt. Mrs. Reginald C. Vandcrbilt. Hi: Mrs. Pembroke Jones..; Mrs. Leonard M. Thomas.', Mr. Reginald C. VanderbilL. E. Carter. Recovering: .Mrs. Craig The above is_ summary of the results of week No -Escape.' f Exchange j J.. Drexel was Annoyed during his'recent "visit'to N'ew York because t he had to pay iiis; lior.el ol" two, eggs and a cup i eortee.'. j I'lt is all very Drexel-said to a reporter, "to talk about the .foodstuffs, labor and what ;'not, but the high cost of [here Is so excessive-that-1 can't- but I thiiTs that some one isn't .playing fair, j "dome ,'seems .to i-be- interpret-, i Ing- the rale of fair play -as a "little- i I uiladelphia girl, interpreted .the I lical rule.- "This little girl -was Pushing ;Jher dolly's coach .in Rittenhouse for the province to inciai .they are assisted--'by j in .Xewport' societjV "So'great has -large-fairs that the governmenr: to have an exhibition t been- the strainr of social -demands At ihe centres, there be -fairs'-i that "will be representative ol thaji their immediate localities. fNDiViSIBI'LTY OF CANADIANS. ;H'E of" the peo- ple .of Canada; is- 'something that sno uld ibe considered and: nation, cannot ;staoid; and in Cana- there absolutely no Reason -wny there should 'be -division. "Hiere has ;been. a '.tendency in some to' niifeie a diTision -between .East with, the Great as the -point of division..- But no'sense or reason., in. any such movement. It -is true 'diat in some re- circumstances. are -different in. the two parts of. Cah- at .is also true, that often the people of one part not understand those- conditions jer, laborer or capitalist easterner or pircumstances obtaining in. the] westerner.; differences are lost 'But- the Interests of' alii in a common Canadianism and a coin- age the Bwrislj pie of Nova Scoda directly or .indirect- {and institutions. ly 'benefits the -people of British Col- ombia: What would help Ontario cannot injure.-Alberta. The business, .social, industrial and political inter- ests of all the.people of Canada are more i made nnon members of summer colony this women and-brave, men tracks common foe: En- nui. "At receptions and" dances, at and dinners, "at breakfasts .and' luncheons, these noble men and .wo- men have, ever kept a brave front the work of. so closely interwoven that what -berj confronted tHern only to be sul .11 What wonder if in the, contest efits one benefits all. and what in- jures -one injures all. Differences in interests may appear on the sur- but when probed below the sur- face to the foundations of the na- tion's welfare, these differences dis- appear. A broad Caaadianism in- cludes all. whether native bom, Brit- ishers, Aniericans, French, German or Protestant, Roman Catholic iia's 'beeirfurious. The battle rasecl'-' incessantly, dance after dance, and menu after menu subdued, some should 'fall? Mrs. French Vander- bilt, after vanquishing the opposing forces- at last succumbed at Mrs. Prince's dinner -dance and- fell in a. faint, so ihe dispatches tell us. The fatigues of the cotillion superimposed urfbn the ravages perpetrated by M-rs. Fnnce's chef were too much for her. On Tuesday Mrs. Hitt and Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt swooned grace fulfy at Mrs. Clarence Dolans lun- cheon and carried hors d'- A gentleman came outr-of -a great, iionse fronting -and stop- ping She little knew, ha began to "He teased her'tfil he was tired: tnen taking-leave he said: 'Good-bye-." 'Oh. 1' -the Jittle, j girl cried. 'Got he- asked. I the 'sayS -she inanded, 'that you love them that -hate -.Well. I'm "sure I 'hate, you.' 4 i or Greek, agriculturist or manufactur-? oeuvre's from the -field." Even Mr. vaa-derbik and Mr. Carter are suffer- EDUCATING THE. CHILD ENSHiP. .fpKE US! aOS'-oE -the education j child, is now a citizen. It is mistake j I "T :_. i Wtiiink'that the child-ingoing to be h X of cuild tc the position -ht i s ia citoen, 'because he-is a citizen nov.-. "will in society as a He is a 'with simple citizen, of his community and country, relations io the -commun'ty life- and is one of. the many problems con-1 'we doing {s to in.j tronting the educationalist. On this Professor A. W. Dunn, who j zhese .simple relations extend these relations is in charge of the Department of j life'as he! Civics in the Indianapolis Public j Thc shoult} Iearn at scuools. in a recent adftress tha, he ig goiag the .Municipal League at CincinnaU.. tbe communitv expects I "We must get away from j thac doing 'verv tbing he that we a-re training to a -betu.r child to be a citizen in the future. tiualtfying himself to perform! iiiust start out with the idea that the civic service.'' OUR POINT OF VIEW. 'The next big day in Leth'bridge e -be Labor Day, which comes line separating the East iron: J "est. If they would corae vVesti next lo 3ee lor as 'as has donej thy would probably get his ideas. i that .Sir Wilfrid Laurier has come and -gone, to the re cord of other, place. heavy riins are due to arrive. The fruit reports say that the prune crop is not a, failure this year. Groans trosa the frequenters of boarding oouses. The -Fall millinery openings are now the talk of the -feminine' world" and tiie consternation of. the masculine that is the married portion of if f jv. -_, If all ilie members of parliament in Eastern Canada could get the ideas of 'the West that 2. M. :Macdonald has goi, .there The Calgary Herald is waxing quite; enthusiastic over E. H. Riley as aj candidate in. Glelchen. Mr. j KIley that he vill think he has! The baseball season is now com- pletely orer. Men's voices are re- ness engagements" are not keeping their owners away Crom -dinner. There will 4ie a great array of beauty at the baby show next .Monday. According to the judgment of their mothers all the infants will be worthy; of rtrst -In "Washington State They have FILLED WITH SAWDUST Clothed in silk and lace: bc- wigged in blonde and bru- and double jointed where necessary. OUR DOLL STOCK will take the operating table-. or bargain counter, on Satur- day nest front'S a..m. .until K1 p.m., Our Saturday bargain coun- 'ter will be a survival and re- vival of the days when the old time Lethbridgian wore a 12 inch smile until next bargain day came around again, and when we sent our Monday deposit to the bank in a large grip, under armed es- cort. Only very old-timers will remember this: but if you follow the crowd to our base- ment on Saturday, you will see history repeated. A change o: program for every Saturday, it may be that an attractive luxury wilJ be the -leader next week; niosTitirrie w-e begin "itb :ic- DOLLS! THE KED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Sto.-a Acadia Block, Reapath St. Day and Night Phone 555 Night Bell Dispenser. Picture Framar. THE LETTER BOX ANOTHER CLAIMANT. Editor, Herald: Dear was pleased to hear through the Herald of 23rd, that Messrs. Pilling Bros, had captured my coyote. Only a .few days before I spoke of him, and wondered if he had been captured. The -date on Ihe tag I shows when 1 released him -at Mag-j rath, ae was then grown. You will confer a favor -by sending me the tag. W. H. 'CQNIBEAR. Bow View Ranch. Bow Island. REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.! York Press.) It's much more serious for a girl to bilious Chan lovesick, i It's harder for a mean man' to .spend i i money than it is for a generous.'one i to make it. 1- C-aampagne in a speaker nev-er mads j him witty: sometimes in bis audie'ncej i it makes 'them -hiak he Women deserve" .30 "hich' j they never can get" that some men ;seem to think it-isn't worth while siv- jing til em anything. It takes a woman to be able, -while she is saying her -prayers in .church, to count all the buttons down the i back of the woman in .the ahead not miss one." FARMER'S HEYDEY. talK of a clubs." are not base- (-.vicLand'burgh Wilson, in York Sun. I When the sun is baking j On the city streer.. I When his fragrant acres Offer haven .sweet, I Wbeii the cool old farmhouse i Looms an isle of -bliss. {Then is the farmer" Is addressed like 'this: j "Dearest "Darling j i w-hen t'he party's I Seem enwrapt in gloom.- When its 'blunders Iiasre k j To a day of doom, When the -politician j Keels the need of votes. Then it is the farmer j Some such greeting notes; "Comrade." When the summer posses Tc the days o: election battles Have 'been wor. and lost. When no more they hoed birr. And forget his face. Then it is tho farmer Kinds his proper place: "Rube, "Dear Sir.' C-: COMPANY To BET! WHAT? Tlie best place to buy Lumber and Building Material. cs.. Lowest prices. Quick service. All kinds of Oak Wagon Material always in stock. Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring. Hebron. ]ST. D., Fire Brick and several kinds of Pressed o u'r Fire Place. Yard Office Phone 362 T v ER CO., LTD, BARONESS ROAD 1 General .Office Phone AND BE ASS. FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONED BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 Extras for Beeves 32 H. Engine always on Land.. make extras for all otlier.engmcs at the shortest notice on. receipt' of old wheel. We on r Steel I Beams -5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long., -Steel Channels 5 in.'and 10 in.. 30 ft. lo Steel Angles, 1 in. to ft. loss- Flitch Plates. '1-4 :o 3-4x12 in. to'13 in.sSO ft.-long. Rounds, Squares and Plats. We have one large saw mill for sale cheap, complete or in VPOR-SALE- One of the best driving horses 'in the city, young and sound; also buggy and harness.- FOR almost new 35 horsepower 5 passenger automobile. Will'exchange for real estate, horses or ca-ttle of like value. Price S2.000 which is a big reduction on original cost. rOR seven roomed houses in Duff Addition. Will "rent very reasonable the winter; -G-ALVIN-HATFIELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;