Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY TTEKALT> Thursday, August l.i, DAILY HERALD PECIMVCK publl.hM UlhbrUg. H.r.ld PuUKhlni Co Ltd lawful tvanlng tt toyfflot. Sixth Strttt, Latiibrlalfla, Alburtt, Canada PHDNI! 1224 lW. A. BUCHANAN Manaflnf Dlrecttr T w. aUAYLK JManaalna ItHlar JOHN TORHANCE Manafar PHONI Advtrtielnf Circulation And Jtb Drjlrtm.nn 1252 DAILY NATjU Mlve HS .i- 1 b> f M 1 b> hut both- aftd-eld THE DAIUY FOR 1ALE.AT CroM Booh Stort> J >fe Co iii Hottl; A W. Hwnnton pjnehar J D L McCrsa. Broi. Drur'Ai'Sook Company. Fernle B. li. X NprBiam art Cl L Re'nocka City DrUf Co. Wide 4 StTWt Jimleaon News' Co 70fi Alto 01 all C. P. R. THE; W.EiKLY .HERALD Published'cvery Wednesday In pajref, and contains siimmarV -if of. the local nnd district 1 year In advance .6 Months In advance I months-ia Me A Decision at Last THL COUNCIL.-hab at I J. last come to a final decision1 re- garding ihe police iiiv-estigailou, 1 and to arrive at ibis step it has 1 taken almost a -fortnight since the Ecuntlal was started. wonder what onposeuVthe first decision, on the score that it would mean 1-n think of (he tactics which have t already consumed so much time, f The advocates of having the inquiry into the charges made before the po- I lice comniliieo havet gained nothing; L 'beyond mailing the n'ublic suspicious S possibly nmvafrantedly, thai certain motives underlay their opposition to the first plan. It looked, in one In- stance, uncommonly as if personal friendship was brought to.bear in the selection of the deciding body..so that the suspended Chief would have the best opportunity for getting out cr? an awkward situation. This was, entirely unfavorable to the accused, and should exoneration'have been-the result its so-far as-the--.public-was con- have heen nil The suspended official has cause for congratulation, if he relies on his in- having placed before him the best means' of hoping for an hon- orable aequittal. The unbiased public will MBU It m the same Unlit, and the members of the council itself will feel easy in saving themselves from a great responslbil.tv are aware that an argument may very plausibly be raised that a preliminary Investigation Is necessary in the ordinary way before an accused person is. so-to speak, committed for But' the' present is not an or dfijary case.: It is not a crown nrose- 'cutlon. Even if it were granted that this prelim inhrv necessarj :ould he foolish to argue that the police committee was the proper bodj to adjudicate, i The: differences In the council'' already shown point that there would have been no unanimity, and from a public point of Mew the whole 'proceeding would have been worthless .The council has; come to the widest decision, 'and- one which 'will meet with, the approval-of the. majority: erf the people it ib the eight hour aoi-nt times bpo4.cn ttiourfi the fore noon am! alghl Sicaln m the aftei- noori. IMC comiill ccrtiinU did hi it, tlW lorqntq Jieusp are "nestling' up'' to .Boiirassa. But it" they snuggle closer to him ;thah the News did a year ago they must, in deed, be ingratiating-'in their uian uers bouiitry makca.it tal .for. several hours If there is 'any on left In the hall to taih to. Coloh Hughes is'-forgiven, with the raor suggestion 'that he hire somebody thn jjviiows some thing, not necessarily reobplar but a man who at least 1 .sonietbiiig, to write iiis speeches-fo Mip. r a.e ejpeits m Vk tona, who the foi th v.ViIoiis at "critiial moment who could provide Colonel Hughe willi some very creditable samples. Altogether Too Much Talk) Press) The House of Hepreeentatives ot Australia has rule limiting o sixty-five minures thpMehgtli.of a nembei s with an extension o minutes in.special cases Perhaps the regulation will work so veil that other legislative bodies will titbpt it, to their gain; For the man vho has something... to say. sisiy-'five niuutes should suffice for his saying t For instance, ths othei du m ttibliu. Mr. AsfjuHh In a few minutes ver au hour presented his govern- leut's reasons for and" defence of the Irish Government Bill. The cry- ig need for linn tat ion of the length the speeches in the. House at Otta- has been iiiaking itself njore evi .At the-Primaries It had: been a hard day at the-polls The addition nearly a thousanc votes to the poll made the counting a prolonged proposition, said Mrs. Wai link v as her husband returned from arduous labors, as'.a teller, 'ihow the. vote "Nine hundred nnd two votes for Blldad, 753. for Slathers, S'recipes foi toiuiito ketchup. 1 wash lists and it milliner's sald.WaUloky. "It was a mighty interesting" Judge. The Typewriter of a Leader Sherlock Holmes Jr., as he straightened up after" a brief examination of the second-hand type writer, 'What do 'you'deduce. ask ed Dr. Watson. A Rude WHO ARE advocates of; ture'ot': cocoa .and chocolate we, that J. Imperial Prefeieace must received somewhat of a jolt in .reading the reprint of an article by .Francis A, Carman in the Toronto Star published in our issue of yester- day. It referred to the reciprocity agreement .with the West Indies as it might effect tlie cost of Inintj in this connny. the commoditj undei con sldfiratioh being cocoa beans, the raw -.material, of cocoa, and chocolaies. The write. We now huv three-quarters !of cur .'cocoa beans t from the United States and -than' one-seventh from rhe Brit- ish West Indies. It is now. proposed to ti> to forte 'en courage1 is the proper word, I sup- buy three-ciuaners front the sourop that sends us onlv .one-seventh. And in rase we do not do so we are to" be. taxed-75 cents at Jeast 100 which is at the of ahput nine per cent., ad val- orem. That is to say, until such time arj the.Wfisr, Indies is in a position to I supply all our wants for the.maniifac-j is the consumers, to more fpr thefae products the same dtoij applies erii'allj to wheat imported -from the Do minions infcTGreaff Britain. Should by anj means there be a shortage Iroiji the er'-eas markets caubed through natural causes, the people of Great Britain is ill to pa} more for wheat imported from loreign countries in. proportion to the amount of the dut> the Imperial system emails impei lal preference goes in with tariff rpform with those who advocate it in the Old Counts It is easj to see that botn schemes are all m favor of the sellers who by sentimental "arid other means are seek- ing to delude the consumers uho in every instance .have to pay the price. Imperial sentiment is ali well, bo long as.- those who are least able to do so haie not to pay the price of the same. There are other ways of show- ing it without adding to the struggle for Hung, tthlcli most of us are up against 'This machine owned "arid used by a man prominent in out jear that passes, as lmca, a ,nan stlons he numml Hansaid a-vells Into eier- Ws own tim increasing biiik, v wltii its piied up thousauds upon thousaaids page The Great and Only Sam ancoiu er Saturda> Sunset 1 This has h'een a great year for Van- couver. We have had wild west show arid a'Visit from Colonel The Honornble -Samtie! Hughes "war all in the same season The gods begn iv.nd, indeed :There-is nothing bashful about the iliulstci ot Militia, and he spoke ai some length on occasions the Pacific There Jt about the. same amount of substance m one oi the colonel's speeches d there fs on the inside ofva balloon but: he is an falte'r; He i: the original, guaranteed-to-rari-withou winding conversationalist, and it real ]v isn't bib fault that he doesn t saj anything Heaven knows the man tries hard enough, length; the hate beet telling the Honorable" that sold lers v icked men In an impas slotted mcdlej of woids the other night he made the following bright statement "I want to tell the ot country that the soldier ib not a hired assassin.- He war The rr.ca uho do are the stock gamblers, the newspaper .men and the speculators.' ly by one, wjio.tln sh.prt, self the onh> infill was fitted bj nature to to direct and to gov- ern." "By what .process of reasoning you arrive at thai '1C jou examine the type bars you will discover that the. capital I is other letters are in fair condition Record- Herald. Now rouble. we -have the ..source all Over-ambitions legislators, OUR POINT OF VIEW Kdmonton -is getting its medicine this week. Srfin Hughes' gfeatest trouble is "that n ben he opens his mouth he jievei when tn H f the mine1; a Cull shift flnd the crop ing Lethhridge ought to" have a 'bumper fall's b'usihess i .The men who said this Is million "weather spoke more truly than A (Jouseriathe Association has bean formed at Queen's Bay, B. C., with a woman as secretary-treasurer; The first th'ng we know Hick McBndc will be giving women i if they Identify themselves with Ills side of politics. The business men of the citv are anxious to know whethei the city is Bping" to: pave First avenue from 7th to 8th Btreet or nol This is an tin and the council should aouar KIJUHIJ inure iruiy uian he sunny havp been known to start Ambition such as cained Napoleon and the Great to an attempt to conquer the world, has been the main cause of since the historj of. mankind ajid unless vv-e are senousij .msUK en, nai has been an institution ante dating either newspapers 01 stock gambling bj two or three months at least But tjiif> does not hothei Col Hughes tthpn he starts out to make a speocjh. Nothing botheis, him but to talk for several minutes, and it miibt be much worse when.pne'B duty, to oiie'si it Wag the Sacred .Three, The inexperienced difatiict school icacher had .exhausted all other, ex- pedients Tor the maintenance of cipline Going out into the school d bhe bioKe off a. good switch that was growing, there' and adminis- tered primitive punishment fo Jimmy Kelley. There strange expresaious .of "horrified on :lhe faces of the childien, and wnen school dismissed at noon thev gathered in; evuted groups and talked in whisp ers. Hnally the teacher's. ..curiosity could stand it ,no longer Calling Henry Thomas to her she the cause of the discussions whv, he! stammered, that s.wltc.h yo licked Timnn with that the tie we all set out last Arbor Day." Harp Magazine .No Wonder.He Hated: .War "War" cried the old gentleman .ha Pugsburj smoking room "is a ruise intl a disgrace, thumping ..the his figrl, is an abomination, and Wot on civilization- The veiy nAmc of he shouted, sweeping tvv glasses and a pint pot off, the. boan in his excitement, "the very .naiiie o war is enough to make" a decent, fe spectable man go and ang hisself ou o-f pure disgust1 Fie then rose am left the room, his face shovving: signs of strong emotion 'Gentleman aeenis to feel rathei deeply on the subjec-t said a com mercial. traveller who had been, lis ening to his remarks. 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