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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J llLY HERALD Co, Ltd, every lawful street, Lethbndgfe, Alberta, Canada EDITOK PHONE: News-Dept. 1052 PHONE- Job. Depts. 1224 3AILY SUBSCRIPTION. RATES ft-- 6. months, delivered 4200 I 3 months, delivered 6 months, by mail 1 delivered "s mintitis, by mail ..'.....Soc as of tea as desired, but-both new and old be, given. WEEKLY HERALD THE DAILY SALE AT- Cross Drag J. G. Eobert- "son Co., Johnston Jack- Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Drug Store. Co., R. W. '.'...-Hamilton. J. Mitchell L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Co.- TCranbrook; B. Beattie OUR POINT OF VIEW. When it comes right down' to the thing, any elector of Macleod will tiardr to give a reason he! should .vote- against SHton. The owners of cows in the city are certainly paying their share of taxes this year. The lax on CCAVS. is high when they are to run at large. Doa't swear at the tramples your lawn. owner and tell him is on your mind. You will be relieved, and it may do him gocd. Heroes in the Struggle. ter-T'Are you interested-in the progressives? in the quarterbacks. Do you chew your food 50 well, thafg a good and cow- when it T bUt l havem time J'ust now o K f fe Joined a movement which ob Hunt up tiie iigates me to kill 50 flies everv 4av" L. Reinecke. Grassy Lake Dr. T.ugham. Oiarnpnd .City Dr. D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine Kat L. M. Northam Vancouver, B. World .Wide .News Co. "Minneapolis Brown Brown 219 4th St. ,Also on ail C. P. R. trains. If titles go to 'the .men who have. done good work for their country, his abors in the Newfoundland fisheries case, have entitled Hon. A. B. AyleV worth to be dubbed "Sir.'' In the Macleod election Patterson lands for himself, 'but Maunsell lands for the government ,as -well as imseir. pair. They should be a winning 'SIFTON'S TRANSPORTATION POLICY. HAT. BETTER-ias- Mr. _. ..Tson a_policy of. adequate transportation for whole'province? The main plank Sifton's platform .'is trans- .to" get'.the .farmer into tie possible connection with his .Jparket. Teeognizes the -of giving the producer the .to enable .'turn'to with the least possi- ble, expense and loss 'of 'time.' Every.' farmer cannot have a railroad to his ie can -hare a' good' road Patter- the average farmer.. -But-the.policy of the government is What benefit wouid- the .electors of Macleod be to themselves or the -pro- vince, by voting against the govern- ment, and thereby, tend to the chaotic conditions ed a few months ago? that prevail Hunning a ship., without a man.. 09 board, is the latest, invention in-nav- al circles. Soon 'it will be possible to have wars without'having men to L All the "world will rejoice -when that -time conies. not having ,goor roads alone, but H. Rfley looks includes, the promotion of the building of- railroads -where they are' most needed. The railroads be 'brought as close as possible to every- coir munity and the roads will be 'made as-good, as possible from the -different to sees how An Exception. Dishonesty" in sports we hate, -Except in certain cases; instance, in baseball it's great To see the men "steal" bases. As .it Might Have Seen.. -_ Old man Washington's favorite cnerry, tree look'ed as if a cyclone had struck -it.. do >'.ou fcnow about this, replied little George, "I cannot tell a lie. i did it with mv new aeroplane." Healthy Us Angeles. J-os all the world knows, is one .of the-most healthy, as well as one of, the: most 'beautiful places on earth. Apropos of the healthiness- ot. Los Angeles. Luther Burbank, tixe plant wizard, recently said: "The town ias, for its population, an unprecedented number -of octogenar- nonogenariacs. even centenar- ians. The other-day a hale, but aged coupled -boarded V--train out -of Los Angeles. "Going to :do a little said the conductor. "Well, ,no; not the 3ld man. ".My xvife 'and I, vou see (lave had about our share or'life, -j 111, and-my wife here !is down to San Francisco to isOS A _ For Sale, Snaps Rnest Building Site in City for nice home on Dufferin near Cavanah Avenue. For terms apply at our office Seven Room Modern House on MacDuff and Burdett Easy terms. handles it Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone-.1212 .the Conservatives tried to intake'use of him against the .Liberal party and 'Despatch.: against glad that ne are not very iaaty in parrs of community, to the''rail- Lethbridge who up to the pre'sent have. it or very- close It therefore necessary .to. nave the roads, even; if the railroads are. .-'not 'built as quickly. 'It is easier for farmer 'to take his produce forty over a. good road over Trhich.; can go at any time of the year .and -with.-little or no wear and tear his horses, and iia-rness jFith ,a-great more ease and less loss tftan ;h.e can over four miles of road, itat .cannot be -used at all at certain the year, and'at any tinje rack his horses, -wagon and harness" pieces. It" Is not so much the dis- tance; as state of the roa-d that road. That is, a -policy that should appeal'-to the farmer who wants to take 3iis--produce to market and bring with him. it to-the merchant the agent, every bust nessvman who wants to do. business either selling to The tanner, s the policy chat should, ath to every elector of If they a policy carried out up to 'them to say so by support- tfee government candidate Maunselll Jf'tJiey jdo.not want it, it, is their privilege "to say so by voting! for'ilr. Patterson. Mr. Patterson, is been in a position., to Jinake'up "their minds as to what .kind'of commission government The scheme the: council .'adopted for aum-bering the streets' as. good as any that: could'.be.: suggest, ed. present numbering Mayor Gaynor of New York was j. "U.UIV a. iurri snot by, a laborer, who was discharged ors -to come; from the city, employ-: >-Wait 'No Use for the Millionaire. (Toronto 'Globe.; A noted European beauty who-mar- ried an-American millionaire has--cast1, iim off, -rwitlK-wiiat was left. of hV! money, after a two Months' moon. The :titled Europeans marry millionaire ladies are mindful of "obligations; argument- for the suffragettes to meet. -A Forerunner. T'Henry Pellau's 'C. V. O., is pro- bably a mere loretasle of further-bon-! who more .is- an happen to acting inayor .-Mitchell for the .commissioner ,'bf "pch fore-opposing the policy. There is no getting around that. 1 LETHBRIDGE'S NEXT EDUCATIONAL STEP. T WILL KOT -LONG before. subjects taught now in the schools, the people of Lethbridge will be are right'and both are wron-. ..required4, to-face the problem of "providing for- lines of education at T. It is true that a child ca'rTget thai will enable him to No Need to'Worry." t The C. P. R. claims. a surplus thirteen mii'ions'.for tHe year, and as tnere are .no oppositions-financial crit- ics rp this jias some growing ;j.wase per.cent. fP snow..that mis' has really been of electric light customers i by capital'- .expenditures: or'I -V -by selling-lands, the share j u-tj_ju_a or ue wa.v the city solders win the subject that ruminated. -It 'adds .a! litSe light to is well content will its the average just as Canadian This is the time-when, the-electors of L-ethbridge should aiake a diligent present outside the curriculum. The j the world successfully .studies-now taken at the. public and out music or drill or drawing or man- high, schools of the city are of the j nal .training, or domestic science. But .least'possible number. Music, drill, i it is also true that in order to -et aomastic science, manual' the world so as to ecjoy the .things which, some life and to make the most of talents and his opportunities and to be of-the most use and pleasure to an (study of municipal government. It nn light settle the of government the municipality :tb 'call "the "frills and furb ,lows" receive little or no attention. will have for the nest" few years. A man in" Wisnlfred reports that rat was found there. anything -new in. some countn-, is in. roe w.hen: Mr. Fielding brings down k-sim-j ilar report. .A Sign--of Progress! i Stratford An. evidence. rof llie progressive character1, of the city of Lethbridge. Alb.erta, is found in an agitation to have, the streets and avenues num- Dered. COMPANY Phone 1291 Box 1979 That is not-j. parts of ihe! In the Public Eye West, where rats were absolutely LU iHLS step that will nave to his fellows, in short, to fulfil the high- known until last ,1 J ---J--V M.U...AI. is the employment of special-jest and best.purpose of his life "he ists for.-these different branches. For! does need tnese things, they are'ne- instance, only a very smaU percent- jccssities. of tae-teachers of any school arei It is true, also, that at the qualified to teach music, and yet ev-j curriculum of studies is too extended .ery pupil should know something one snows this better "than" the -music; -enough to call into being the {teacher who tries to educate instead .masical gifts he has, if there are any, i of cram the children for examina-i Tne .-reason so many teacters cannoi j lions. It would be hard to pick on' teach music is because they them-1 any., particular-subjects and say that a raid from the States into a part of Manitoba. There are none running at "large in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. selves were not started in. tie public" they "should -be left out entirely. fhree K's but deal of the arithmetic taught has nc a The re. senools. The same-is true of drawing. Ev- ery teacher is required to teach' this j Practical or educational value what-1 .subject, but very few, comparatively iever- History'.and geography must1 speaking, jmow how to do it. They i be taught, but three-quarters of -what! can teach their pupils how to drawfis taught might be left out with ad-1 lines and circles, but when j vantage to all concerned.. The.same1 it comes to giving the artist's concep- j is true of the otaer subjects It is lion of beawy and to showing how to (not that are too many subjects, but pnt it on paper or canvas, they are too much-of each suMect. is not making a themideaeof of sa cHild, but the tnem. stop At ui jU, voiuuj uui, wie giving) artist, of an all-round practical and cul- With The Red Target! traiaing an-d equipment that will t the value of enable him to make the most of life'! when handled in whatever sphere of'life that mav tn the ngot way. But very Sfc. Re should, therefore be tea-chers who are called upon to gjrej taught how to keeo a stronl and the children of the schools all they Healthy -bodv, now 'to use hw se hls iands Tooth why we say the rapids in 1900 in an open J boat. liams' Shaving: Sticks, Talc Powder, Shaving Powder, Toilet Soaps. get of this, are really Qualified take these exercises. Everr should have a stifi specialists for these subjects. They are all- necessary.''for the best all roun% education or the 5oy or gin. iJootestic science and rnacuaj trjin- ,ing cannot be taught by any but a ;very smaji percentage of the teach- ers of the cotmtry, (because they nev- er had any opportunity for taking a .-course'in them. If they at all it must be by have to j as well as his head, how to obey and how to command, to know the dif- of ference between honor and dishonor, Canadian! UaPtain .KaIris Larsen who went through, the whirlpool the Ni agara Falls, was tormerly a member! mads, of tiie" United States Life corps at Cleveland. "j Larsen is the'.only one of--.i." dozen original :entra-riis-iu .rcYijids proposed bv a motor'boat maga'zinei who did cojd feet. When tliore was Jeft the magazine withdrew the cai'h and-the. cup 'which toey give-to the winner.of the race, and then the other'backed cur. Larsen is a man 41 years'-old; A Dane-by'-birth, he has jssas for more'than twenty rears, and is one of those fearless, -hardy men for which his jxmntry is so famed. .But rwo other men have negotiated the" rapids in a 'boat and neither 6: them had any motive power, but they both came through successfully. Tie first of these was Charles-A. Percy a wagon maker of Suspension Bridge He went through in iS87 in a boat about the same size as the Ferro, which was entirely .covered with-can vas.- When the boat began -drifting into the rapids Percy crawled into an airtight compartment and stayed tfcere until the boat was at the end of the great maelstrom. He" claimed that the boat .had struck several rocks while making the journey, but a close examination failed- to reveal any marks of signs of the hull having come into contact with the rocks. Peter Nisson, of Chicago, went TSE BEST EACTQEIES' BEST PRODUCTS That is just'wliat our floor represents -We are offering-.exceptional ;.valiies-in iiig-.Eooni Chairs _and Extension -Tables, Oak. and Dinner Wagons to The Standard Furniture Go. Store of toalifcy rt as well as given a quantity of neces-i With The Red Target! sarv -iT-i'si o -courses with the object. "of" Some may say, and others iave al- said, that these are not neces swy. Others may say, aiid some have there are -too as possible. sary facts that wiii come in useful. This all-round education costs mon- ey. .The city of Edmonton at pre- sent has ten supervisors, specialists devoting their entire time to such! things as writing, music, drill and physical exercise, manual training and domestic science. One- eighth of the pay-roll of the schools 'bes. to tfhese specialists. But the expenditure is worth the money. Lets-bridge milst make up its mind to become more up to date ed-- ucational methods ,and to do so as Dolt Today. i THE BED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drua Acadfa Block, "Redpath St." Day and Night 658 Night Dispense Picture He got through all right, and drifted in the whirlpool for an hour and then came nearly being suckec under. The remains of the boat, which was appropriately named the "Foolkiller" now adorns a wood piJe at Lewfston. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY. Kan., Globe.) So many men have "funny" looking wives. Many men awaken in the morning full of ambition, only to lose it long before noojj. It is well to remember that 11 or 12 of every dozen of uplift ideas you have are not practical. Whenever a. man gets into fight in tehmg about it later, he always says "I wasn't looking for trouble." MACHINISTS, AND BOILERMAKERS f PHONE 332 BAEONESS ROAD DBAWER3010 Extras for Reeves 32 H. P. Traction Engine always on hand. We can make extras for all other engines at the shortest notice on receipt of old wheeL We have oil hand-T- f Flitch Plates, 1-4 to 3-4x12 in. to 15 in.x30 ft long! Rounds, Squares and Flats. Steel I Beams 5 in. to 15 in., 30 ft. long.- Steel Channels 5 in. in., 30 ft. long. Steel Angles, 1 in. to S in., 30 ft long. We have one large saw mill for sale cheap, complete N-ew and Second Hand 'Engines and Dynamos for sale cheap., or n par! another- railway Pinch r r f 1S maln line the Nest Pass .assured and the own now busily engaged, in installing a water worte system, a responaent says there is no room left for speculating in property there A new two railways and a water works system being installed, and not a. good place for investments! Wonder what he thinks investors arcJookins for ready coined? 6UiU GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;