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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIOQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, PAOC THRU SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The onl} White Restaurant in the city. It costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible cost to our many patrons. Our regular three-course Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables n. may be. boy whai wu.- drift inir to prt-vt-nt ..tn his ol-.l LETHBRIDGE LUMBER CO. Wholesale Dealers m Building Material Lumber. Shingles, Lime. Cement. Plaster. Brick, etc. Special Prices on Elevator Cribbing E. G. Fir Flooring nnd No. 1 XXX Shingles Telephone 379 in Albeita .-it'I with much MJC- cess Mr. Chadwick is f.i-j nviliar to very many peoplr. Mr. j i has given the Herald following information concerning t1-> i probation systoin whicli explains ih method fully. j In Alberta the .Probation -n The "What 'it PrMi" i: Pnb'ttioii is -t of correction designed impy-'iv-1 tht- character of an offender iiim his liberty under friiTi.Tiv CMiTCive oversight, a PuVi- tut- for punishment. Th' by which will make- it, necessarv for all Western Canada Agency, Ltd, Threshing Season, 1909 note that we are carrying complete stocks of highest- grade OILS, including FOP Hart Parr Engines Engine Gasoline in iron drums High grade Kerosene Gas Engine Cylinder Oil in barrels and half barrels For Steam Traction jght appoint rflie-r, who -shall instruct tlv p" i bationr-r ;ss to the mode of lif" he aprof- to adopt. The offic'-r shall pprsnnnlly the pro- bationer at unstated periods, and re- qirirp r.-turn visits. By introducing 1hf probntinnvr to h--ipiul friends, and by a friendlv oversight vii the pr'.-ba- tioner's recreations and amusements, I this officer exefrts a hivlpfnl influence i on th'-. boy entrusted to his care. Re- ports are required weekly. These re- I ports the- probation fifficer must fill j out and send to th-? superintendent.; j It is, of course, difficult to secu'r the right kind of probation officer. his work takes a lot of time, and I the man must be one having an in- as-'d an prob.iuon crime! even though it not be the cii'ne, hv is back' court by the probation officer and again released with a reprimand, or i he is to serve out sen-' tence under the .'jriginal convic'ion. The dang T of this system is lest itb ineffec.ive, or corrupt application generate in the public mind a for justice, and in Inw-breakersome! for thf Cjnsequtnce his j a l acts. This danger cjij. averted byj -1 the careful selection 'and supervis-1 London. Aug. Soutli Afri- can constitution bill today passed through House An amendment was made to amend tlv1 provision bill that Senators must be Europeans or of European descent. The amendment was rejected and on motion the Bill was passed to the third reading. Trinity College School Port Hope, ResMoOil tion. Fireproof Extensive Haj- ing Mcti, ett Boys prepared for the Royal Military College, and Businesa. Special attention given to younger boyik Next tena begui3 Tuesday, Sept apply ia Headmaster tCWAIB IIGELY. M.JL PORT Queen's University J r 11 KINGSTON and tOllege ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOOY MEDICINE SCIENCE Engineering) regivteriog for the frrft tinn before October 1909, may complete the course without tendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar. Y. CHOWN, B.A., SCHOOL OF MINING A COLLEGE OF rOUJOWING COrUSES ARE OFFERED Ir FOT7R YEARS' COURSE FOR DEGREE OF B.Sc. U. THREE YEARS' COURSE FOB ADPTTCTV b' ArrLlEU OUUbiNUJb e. MlMcral0ffr Oeolocr. d. Chemical Affiliated to Quzen's KINGSTON, ONL Fot Calendar ,-ftppl? to the Secretary. Civil L. Mechanical Enjrlnec f. dcctrlcal EnKlnctr h. Blolocr Pulillc L ion of prubniion nffic.-rs. Til- iriiiriviisi1 aavan.tafii-.s of the system when properly FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. .f (1) Correction of children without depriving them of their liberty, with- out placing upon them the stigma of imprisonment or bringing -.scan- dal to them: j (2) The saving of first offenders from falling into habitual iaw-break- Fully modern house to rent. Close in. per month. For sale, very cheap, new cottage, cash and balance very easy. 11 MI mil i man B m m _ _______ ______ __ _____ ____ __ ____ The H. Macbeth (3) The saving to society; the res- toration lo moral surroundings and to usefulness, of boys and girls, who will, some day, be mt-n and wornt'n, on system, H rc-st in these small derelicts. A-ain, i whn- but for the probation officer who may sue-! hfLVfl'been warPed and twist- ceed in one case, may fail in by the pnson or institutional life, other. He may be a success with the! About one hundred and fifty child- boy, neglect to cultivate the 1ren are under probation in the Pro- family of the boy, in which case lie j viNnc'- of Alberta, at the present time, is nearly sure to fail. Or he m.iylPf number several bejong to prove himself unable to provide the Chief Gillespie is to probationer with suitable and con- j b.? complimented on the effective genial company or may fail to see' manner in which he has dealt with that he school, or is. in some; the children who have been placed way employed. Though a negligent j on probation or who have been dealt official's reports may look good, the, in j with by him without bringing the fluence which he has failed ir, exert] child into .the police, court. Where To Get the Settlers From GET OUR PRICES Lethbridge, Alta Ottawa, Aug. Frank 01-! no diminution in numbor of desir- iver returned to Ottawa this morn- j abli1 people who are decided to make ing from a. two-months' sojourn in! homes in Canada, These people j Great Britain and the continent, gett-Iconic from all parts of England, Scot-' j ing in touch with immigration mat-i land and from the north of Ireland. ter? in England. Ireland, and Scot-; Thorc is little immigration so far to land and on the continent. It is three Canada from the southern part "f j years since Mr. Oliver crossed the At-! Ireland, as the movement from there j lantic and he could not help but note j continues to be in the direction of I that both British press and people j United Suites. is largely have better understanding of Can-i-jdue to the fact that passengers are da than ever before. Newspapers j usually friends and relatives who are publishing more Canadian news: have established themselves in the 'and their comments show th-it infor-1 United States. mation available about this country.; Canada stand? to get most of her is more accurnte than it ha? been rv continental immigration "in future the past. .from Holland, Belgium and Scandina- As for commercial and financial 'viari countries'which supply the finest interests, they realized as they have class of settlers. Both Hollanders never realized before, that. Canada is'arid Belgians are. home loving people a fine field for development of trade but. immigration is not, restricted by as well as for investment of money, government. of these countries On the whole, the present situation, there is every reason to! said Mr. Oliver, indicates a very hope that Canada will get happy condition of affairs in future as quite a number of them in fu- between Canada and No'rth land. As tur-- but immigrants may be ox- to imigration propp-ct? the Minister; pocted ircir. Germany owing to of the Interior said that Canada ivs-triciive legislation in that t-wry reason to be satisfied with ihe; country against leaving class of people who are coming to own land. Mr. Oliver has s-ivn the Dominion. Although the totiTa that only peon! numbor of arrivals are not so lavcrn emigrated fitur, y.-.-i as a few years ago. there has been; Neifhor woulr! tho movement fr >n For Bargain Hunters Only Two Lots on the main busi- ness street in the thriving town of Pincher City, Alta. Size of each lot SOftxlSOft. These lots are owned by a party who must have some money, and will be sold at a big bargain. One or both of them will be sold for half cash, and good terms will be given on balance. For full particulars apply to ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Freeman, Maeleod and Graham 178 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 9 i tl t i! t[ t 5! t Working Men: Attention! i I Read the FolJowing Carefully A small cash payment will secure a Lot in wheat is jr going to be the best residential part of Letbbridge A beautiful park will bo at your doors J Make an effort to become the owner of your House and Lot before the rapid increase in values prohibits you from doinj: SD 5 The tots are situated close to the Fair Grounds (the City's the price from each, and 'j the terms jj down and a month Call and see the Blue Print and let me talk the matter over with you. and don't leave it too'long. I Golden West Realty Co. DAVID KING, Manager V V 410, Round Street J ;