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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The ietlibridge Daily Heraldf Tuesday, Sept 6, the Lethbridse Herald Publishing Co.. Ltd., every lawful at office, Crabb Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada MAKAGISG AXD EDITOR and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. ft 1224 The oldest Insurance Office In the world FOUNDED A.D. 171O Sl-CENTENASY :91O HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND i Branch. Sun Toronto, fi. M. Eilfcckbara, Manager. His appeal for a united Canada l-y? morbid gstze of the people until a 53.00 DAILY .SUBSCRIPTION-RATES i year, by mail delivered i i3inoiitli; Sl.OO aontlw, by mail '.numthif delivered '35c J" 3" months., by mail 85c T Addresses chaified as often as desired, bur both new and old be stfven. '.WEEKLY HERALD every Wednesday in eight or more and con-tains 'A.summaryS of the news of the week, local and district ;1 year; in: advance 3 months, in advance ____ 50c A> months; lii: advance .75c "THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT been heartily Adopted by the puip'c of this part of the country. i j The story of the rise of St. Cyp- i I rian's Church is but an instance of i the spirit with which the people of the West take hold of suclt things-. The building of such a church would appal such a new and small congre- I gation in the ofcier parts of this and other countries. Cross Book Store. J. G. Robert- Johnston Jack- j, Hotel, Peo- Jv: piles-Drug Store.. Co., R, "W. r. 'PiricHer E; J. Mitchell. Bros. Drag -Percy BeaL Cranbrook, B. Aichison. L. Reinecke. Tugham. Diamond 'D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine il. Northaia Vancouver, B. Wde News Co. Browa 219 4th: St. Alto oh all C. P. R. trains. HAS A FRIEND OF NORTH. BEEN much crisis in-provincial politics. The lately of divisions in the Llb- at Edmonton, -are "being' made by a ;certain. element there to oust 'iFrank Oliver from, the representation Dominion Parlia- .efforts -will be .Buccessful cannot credited. Mr. Oliver, -ias. -been a. 'staunch friend of "Kdinonton., since its early days. He deserves most .of the credit for the Bulletin opposed a bad -bargain and Mr Oliver is to -be ibeheaded on that ac- count. Had' it stood for the deal all d have .been well. Sir Wilfrid Laurier's commendation of the' activity of the West in educa- tional matters will come as a sur? i prise to some people in the East, who j think -that all the people our, here think of is wheat and material ad- vancement. It is two hundred years since the Anglican Church started operations in Canada. That is not a long time in the history of churches in some countries, -but in Canada the last 'two centuries have meant a great deal, and in them practically the-.whole -his- tory of the nation has taken place. With the papers full of the -proceed? ings of the Methodist General Confer- ence at Victoria, the Anglican. tenary -celebration at Halifax, and Homan Catholic Eucharistic Congress at Montreal, the public realizes some- what the large place held by religion of his opponents try to make in the life of this nation. out that Mr. Oliver 'has.not faith in the extreme northern part of the 'pro- or he would have ordered the support the Alberta and Great no mat- ter how badly the province was go- development in that part of the est. ing to be worsted In the transaction. Nql'doufet .he had .much to do -with the Mr. Oliver-has faith in. the north coun- mam. line cf the Grand Trunk Pacific j try. He has always believed in the through that city, an-d the j richness of-its resources and more so since, he took his recent long trip from .h'dmonton to Dawson City. Jas. K. Cornwall, -M. P. P. for Peace River, at a recent -banquet in Edmonton took occasion, to refer to the great interest taken M-r. Oliver in the country. No matter how much he in the future of that country Mr. Oliver is not the kin! of a man who will- favor a railway entering there on. .terms not to iact also that he.had Edmonton creat- ed, the.temporary-capital at the time .the -province -was created showed his loyalty to Ms city. As the result of action Edmonton -became the capital of the province. Surely Kdnionton would not 'be so ungrateful 'issjto Oliver in order the -wishes of the of the Liberal party there. i ._ ..The outbreak in the capital is -due to the attitude of Mr. Oliver's -paper, the Bulletin, at the time of, The citizens ot Lethbridge bhould co-operate with the Board of Health in their efforts to secure a-" sup- ply of pure, rich milk. If they think that the milk thsy are from the milkman, is not what it ought to be, they will confer a 'benefit on them- selves, the Board of .Health and the dairyman himself by reporting it tc the Board for investigation. The people of Toronto are not sat- isfied even with the large returns they are getting from the Toronto Street Railway Company., and the com niittee matter to take steps to purchase the system, rather than enter into competition wih it by means of a tube system. appointed to report on the is -advising the city council coroner viewed the body and gave permission to do so. Ths News is absolutely correct in its criticism of miserable system of red tapeism which prevails iu our courts of law. At High River not long ago, we had a similar occurrence which was most inhuman, and, des- pite the fact that complaints were made, nothing v.-as done to alter con- ditions. We refer to the finding of the body of Julius Havskjoltl on his farm, who was struck by ligntniiig re- cently. It was evident thar lightn- ing was responsible for the death of this man. yet the. police could not act because a- sHly law said that the body must first" oe viewed by the coroner. In this case- the coroner lived in Mac- leod, and had to travel from that town to High River, and thus the body..was allowed to remain exposed to the ele- ments until the coroner arrived .Macleod. The law in this respect is a dis- grace, and steps should be taken -to alter it at once. Another party left to inspect the Arrow' Lake Or- chards on September 4th. The next excursion will leave about and will visit the Come in and get definite particulars about this inter- esting and pleasant trip, that is a revelation to those who have not yet visited this district Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Impressed With Sir Wilfrid. (Warner it is always a pleasure to listen to a man who has honest conviction's, and dares to publicly proclaim them, a man who has strong and broad ideas of principles and can honestly stand up for them. -It isn't always neces- sary that the speaker is of the same opinion as ourselves, for we may broaden out our own ideas by -personal appear- the -province as a He is too This is interesting in view of the fact straight a public man for that THE MACLEOD CONVENTION. CM.GAR7, In dls- JL cussing; the" political campaign 5', in Macleod says that "the admin Istration is "very ie.ueh worried" over goes.on 13 say that Mr. Pat- farmers" candidate, is op- .-posed by Mr. Maunsell, who was nom- inated .at .one of those liberal con- ventions that the Hon, Duncan Mar- make itself so ably conducts." -t -The Herald does aot quite -'clear as' to what it means by speaking- of. the convention at Mac- ieod :ia the -way it -does. It evidently thinlts there is' some -characteristic teat. -belongs exclusively to conven- Vtions with, which .the Hon. Duncan- Alarsfcan is identified. Whatever 'that- characteristic may -be. whether aesiraible or otherwise in the opinion the Herald or any one else, it in certainly iad every reason to fee missing at Macleod, as the Hon. Dun- can" Marshall ha-d absolutely nothing to do with, conducting the meeting. In fact, there was aot a member of the Government present, and the ly member -of the legislature present was Dr. Warnock, of Pincher Creek, and he "took no >part whatever in the proceedings. If the Herald wishes to insinuate that Mr. Maunsell was nominated by some manipulation of the convention so that it did not represent the opin- ion of the rank and file of the Lib- eral party in Macleod. it Is very much The meeting was left ab- solutely open for anybody to do any- thing he liked in the way of nominat- ing anyone' "whatever, or opposing having anyone at all nominated. There was no dictation and no man- ipulation. The electors of Macleod did as they liked in their own way without any" interference or direction 'rom Hon. Duncan Marshall or any- one else. The Herald's Insinuation, if such it is, is unfair and unfound- ed. that Toronto has one of the best bar- gains ever made with a street raiiway coinpany. THE BOARD OF HEALTH'S CITY Board of Health .has tak- (-nchn6ss 'of the milk. Tests as to quallty will be made by the board al- so. JL an a very commendable step in deciding to publish, monthly the records of the different -dairies this full record published, the supplying milk to the people of this j able to judge where Too much emphasis cannot be j best te get their milt, and the dairy- Jaid on the importance of this, as it is absolutely necessary for the health of -a. community that the milk consum- ed should be pure. Milk is so easily contaminated that extreme care must, ;be taken to keep It pure. In the firet !place? the dairymen must be required men will see that in order to get and hold trade, they must come up to the required standard, and that the man goes furthest -beyond the stand- ard set will get the largest and best business. Herald has for some time a'dvo- From Other Sanctums A Very Silly Law. (High River The Edmonton Saturday News re- fers in a sarcastic manner to the in- human vray in which the law moved in the matter of the removal of the 3ead body of an electrician who was electrocuted in Edmonton recently. Scores of people saw the accident, and were ready to testify as to the cause of death, yet the body was not permitted to be removed from the ance shall nave Evanished. Then, as man, a- grand old man. we were go- Ing to say. but "an injustice if we think of him: as an old man in the sense in-, which the world one, old, infirm, decrepit, etc. sees We did not see him -in such a light at all. but as a man in the ruli strength of his mental power, a man' who 'can look back at the past with the satis- j faction of a. work wsll done, and at! the future as being yet full of splen- dici achievements. We can not dwell upon the different subjects upon which he spoke, but one feature he brought out touched every true man. and that was the equality of all men, and the -deep love for one's own nat- ive land. He spoke o! the joining more closely 'United States and Canada, not in the sense of one nation and one people, .bat as neighbors. Side Lights 'to have good healthy cows, and pro- j ca-ted the publication the records vide them with cleaa food. His stab- j the tests of the dairies and butcher les must clean and sanitary, and shops. It is gratified to know that the men who do the milking must be the Board of Health has taken sucb. healthy men. Then, too, it must be i action, with regard to HIItA" 15 3j.tc3T575.Ju5 i .txTiC'w'5 Tn3.i I so as to preserve its purity. Not lic watch with much attention, only must the milk be kept pure, but because of the vital interest they have the public must -be assured that it is {in subject, the publication cf the getting the worth of its money in the jrecords Board of Health. .OUR POINT OF VIEW. Labor Day is, over now. and the hol- iday-loving public will look forward to-Thanksgiving Day. The charges maae 'by farmers that their; fences are beinj cut fcy ran oh- crs iii.order that the cattle owned by the latter might feed on the farmers' should ee investigated oushly, and if found to be correct, the culprits should be prosecuted to the limit of the law. That is a method of tneft and of venting hard feeling that should not be 'derated under any cir- cumstances. Sir Wilfrid's tour of the TVest -will long stand out as one of the greatest tbor-' influences for che unifyJns of CAni.ea FILLJEI) WITH- SAWDUST Clothed in silk and lace; he- wigged in .blonde and bru- nette; and double jointed where necessary. OUR DOLL STOCK will take the operating table, or bargain counter, on Satur- day, next from S a.m. .until 10 p.m. Our Saturday bargain coun- ter will be a survival and re- vival'of the days when the old time Lethbridgian wore a 13 inch smile until nest 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 of program for every Saturday. It may be that an ar.micMYe luxury be r.he leader next week; meantime we begin with ne- DOLLS'! THE SED CROSS DKUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stort Acadla Block, Redpath St. Day and Night Phone 65S Night Dlspenw. Picture Framer. Object of Envy. Said the sliarp-tongued woman who had to stand In a subway train to 11 the mild-mannered man beside her, according to the New York Sun: "If you should ever keep a seat ir. a car when I was with you and allow some woman to stand I would never speak to you again as long as I lived." The tired-looking man sitting in front of the couple looked up envious- ly. "Young iie said, ''heaver. Has been kind to you. There are not many of us could get peace that eas ily." The Fault of People. .Ex-Governor Folk, of Missouri, at the Missouri society's dinner, said, of. corruption, says the Minneapolis Jour- nai: "The existence of corruption is the fault of the people. The populace, in- stead of making a real effort and rid ding itself of corruption once for all, wriggles uneasily, and -does nothin "In fact, the populace adopts the dangerdus laisser faire policy of the boy with the stomach ache. 'You mustn't go swimming this 'boy's father said. "You've got stoinacu ache, you know.' 'Ob, that'll be all right, father." said boy, I'll swim on my FAME'S PATHWAY. Nicholas Joseph Cugnot is to have a monument. If anyone asks who Cug; not was, it may be said briefly he was the first automobilist. Alfalfa Bill Murray, of Oklahoma. I wnose other names are William Henry ran aivay from home when he rais j twelve years of age. and landed as speaker of the Oklahoma house of representatives in 1907 and 1308. In addition to being aristocratic. Senator Lodge is also literary. In fact, lawyer though he is, and Har- vard graduate, too, literature is his profession. He 'published among other things, "Hero Tales from Am- ericas in conjunction with Colonel He is now aerv- ing his third term la the The best place to buy Lumber and Building Material. Best grad- es. Lowest prices. Quick service. All kinds of Oak Wagon Material always in stock. ?v Beech. Birch Maple O Hebron. K Eire Brick and several -kinds of Pressed Brick .for vour Fire Place. BARONESS ROAD Yard Office Phone 362 Genera! Office Phone 334 N AND BRASS'FOUNDERS, afACHINISTS. BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 -BARONESS ROAD .'DRAWER30LO Extras for Reeves 32 H.-P. Traction Engine always on hand. We oan make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt of old wheel. We have'on -f Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long. Steel Channels 5 in. and 10 in.? 30 ft. long. Steel Angles, 1 in. to 8 in., 30 ft. Flitch Plates, 1-4 to 3-4x12 fe. to 15 in.x30 ft. long. Rounds, Squares and Flats. VVC nave u.uc; Jiciigo oo, w mj.ii juji SillC CUtta-p, COUlpietG 01 111 pcil't. New and Second Hand Engines and Dynamos for sale cheap. One of the best driving horses in tb'e city, young and sound; also buggy and harness. FOR almost new 35 passenger automobile. Wall exchange for real estate, horses. or cattle of like value. Price which is a ols; reduction on original cost. FOR seven roomed houses in Duff Addition. Wjl] rent very reasonable for the winter. PHONE 142S OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;