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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Angnsf I'm. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD if We have been appointed agents for Leth- bridgo nnd district The Security Trust Co. Limited QFCALGABY This company hn's unliinitod funds to loiJn and has an Advisory-Board in this city, so that loans cn.n be out, through, with very Jittlo delay. F. C. Lowes Co. Owners and Sole Agents THE BORSTAL SYSTEM PINCHER CREEK The "Borstal" system of reformative treatment was Introduced Into Eng- and by Sir Evelyn nugglee Hryco, K. n., chairman of the prison com- nlsslon, some seven years ago, after an Invcsllsatlon of Ilio various Insti- tutions nnd systems used In the Un- Itoil Statos of America, carefully In order that tho advance- ment of the child may be noticed. The day's work Is arranged In such way that the Inmates of the Dor- Institution are busy from their In. the enornlng until their "floiateil" InfltlliitloiiB are provid- ed by the Slate for tho reformative treatment of young people who are between sixteen and twenty-one years of age, and therefore, under v. nil law, over the ago of entrance to I'hls results in the Horsti'l Inmates "stllutes or iiMiuslrial schools, and becoming interested i n acVica, le loo young for prisons. L inmate Pincher Creek, Aug. 27.-This dis- tricl'was blessed with lino harvesting weather for two anil a halt elnvs lasi -.......ri i" in vi uiijfi HIM II lllQir retiring night. Kvi-ry Institution I WCI' which incipiont deliifi has a farm emmocrcil with it, and farm work and otil-ilonr exercise are given as. far as Every inmate is to attend school until he has reached Standard V. In addition lectures and address- es arc frequently given by visitors. These arc years, or a tlnio. of spec- al stress and temptutlo occurred which knocked haying and harvesting calculations endways (01 the: lime being. Today Ihc weather appears to have, .sclllcil again and Old Sol is sliceleling his benclicienl and welcome rays abroad. H is not unlikely operations will he resumed in :hc fields tomorrow. Tho Conservatives ot Lnndbreclt and (iillinglidin reorganized their associa- education is conducted up to tho LOOK THIS UP Lots 4, 5 and fi, Block B; II. and C. Addition, North Ward, Corner, 137 ft. by ]38 ft, R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott Block of their labor, developing milted to attend great taclor in the Borstal svs- undeveloped self-control. tem, as an Institution or svstem "in "f Healing with a-boy, ,s that it'reraoveS natuially foUows that a large nu mber the dangerous stigma of the prison- "it of young people must bo placed under tills the inmates' lives with whole-' jlurccablo control, and it Is already, a .some, hard, stimulating ceognlzed fact that the prison Is not 'tlonal labor. The result is ,hat tho the place for a child whose life is atmoBphere of the norstal Institution Korsh II m ".nrred by Of a pri6ln Borstal Institutions have been brought gestion nto for the purpose of deal-. An individual committed to a flor- Ind M ,r boys continuance girls dunng their development in- of good conduct, .earn his promotio DISTRIfT 1 find women. dif' CLOSING OUT PRICES FOR acres, 2 miles from Weyburn line, price acres 4 miles from. Wcyb.urn line, price per acre acres 3 1-2 miles from Weybuni line, price per Tbla land can all be farmed. Terms. 70 acres irrigated land 2 1-2 miles .from city limits at a bargain. One aero OB Westminster Road, .price J750. Good terms. The Weber-Huff Investment Co. where he is allowed spec 1 eref were e erent from a .prison has to be sought ial privfleges, such as a couple of ev- tltutlnn o'Perlment in- 'enings a week in the gymnasium or ,ol f 'he at Point of tho lives of the boys and letics or organized plav. He is fur- Blrls who come under their care in ther allowed a special amount of ,non- ord orde to Just ..earn ROOM 10 BLOCK. PHONE 771. they aim to teach fit, through the medium of 'ling people to control ihera-'ot the officers. selves, to realize and develop their la- tent powers of body and mlntl. ind to look forward to the hope of a u HP ui but the Hn- lon voters are solid for Buchanan and ei-amina- reciprocity. Jt is to be hoped a poll Betting up chairs for the new opera house, which Is one or the largest around here. FATHER AND SON ARERE-UNITED IL-UIPIUL-HJ-. it is to be hoped a pol lions, making six out of eight camli- ,wiu ,ba held at the Endon post office. dates who passed in these grades. Seven were at the Cypress FOH SALE That most desiVnblef7 rpomod, fully modern bungalow, standinsfon two 63113th St. South Terras The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE trIERLOCK inmates. of individuals who have grown rue of the institution is, lhal.un, either with very flimsy Or absol- A BUY THAT WILL SIAKE MONEY FOB YOU 3 Lots in Block 152, facing east North Lethbridge Realty Co. umi.-I-, ciwiim Him tuij iinusy or aosol- a child arrives it is utely lacking 'in f moral and criminal by the ofncors in turn, the chaplain, Ideas. the doctor and the governor. The I Under the Borslal system it is pos- doctors interview is possibly the most.able for an inmate to'be released on swrehins and careful, as it is his duty any time. After serving a o see that any defect that stands in time of six months bad continues it deyelopment of that the-license i, imraeditely ,s removed, ana to carefully take revoked, and the iiconsee immediata- We'Sl" fr0ra to se've time to time, and to compare these the balance of his or her term. WE 538 SUMMER SCHOOLS HAVE CONCLUDED Sunny Side Lots We ha-.-e a large number of- these lots from Here is IK chance to become an owner of Real Estnte in tJjis city. Wilkie Kerr PHONE 623 HULL BLOCK, Next. A.R. 4 I. Officoi. The work o.f the summer schools, held under the auspices of the Alber- jta Sunday School Association, in now complete. Every part of the province jhas been touched, and considerable credit is G-eneral Secretary Ken- ny, and his staff, for the excellent management .of general and 'detail work. In the north of the province i Ulrch Lake, near Jmiisfroe, anil Cook- ing Lalra, east of ISdmonton, were Innide centres. For the central dlvi- of the province Buffalo Lake, near Slettler, and Sylvan Lake, In Kcnebeck Park al Red Deer, were lo- cations for the school camp. In tho Bouth students gathered -it Blairmore Banff. The Banff school was I the most successful of all the camps, about 75 being in attendance. j Tho staff consisted of Principal flyde, D. D., of Straiiicona PreBbytev- fan College: Miss A. .E. M. GOOD MEETING AT BEAVER MINES Thc 17lh of August found Richard "ills last week" from this vlcini'ty for Garnctt, ot Spring Ridge with his logs antl 'cnco Posls. labors in wheat cutting 'iEadora of n'e Herald who wish ex- first of the season in that settlement lra the Herald containing A shower of pickles, fruit veec- Endo" vl- be helil.by the lad- them "y IeaV'ng Toronto, Ont, Aug. man named Johnson of Portland. Oregon, has .found a son here for whom be lias been searching for years. While living In West Africa Johnson was a gold mining contractor, and in his absence his wife and five children were murdered. One boy escaped and his father gave him to Bishop Smith, who took him to London and educated him. He returned to the its' hospital in the house on tho night of the1 fair, Scp- ly. rs with W. R. Shields, at the post opera office. The article will appear short- teniber 12th. While number of duck Slayers w. returning to town frpm an outing the other evening, one member of the party espied what he thought was a The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. slllcMs has been gladdened jiy the daughter. Larp dunntHies of berries are be PiC'iCtl tho creok' United states. iiniNshot the animal dead as a just now herring. Shortly afterwards, .lackey, ________________ of Hebrew origin, threatened action SWEET VALLEY 01 damages for the slaying of his dog, Harvesting has started in earnest ml this namesake of the illustrious Mr. Shirley and .terry Hickett have author of "The last Rose ot summer" ,'nelr fall wheat in the shock, while compromised, with the owner ot B011 lms several binders in his dog andifprkcd out, three bucks as a snrins wheat. Others are following prcventa'tivt of further legal techni ,along cutlins calilics over a rii-ci-asi-d I Jlrs- Parents from C-arman- rteceased cininp Mrs. have elutnert from visit to British Co-, .Mr..Tnrley and Alta Holden visited m (with the latter'a sister at Champion "lc dance was well at- last Sunday. Piiicher Creek, Aug. and stormy weather die) not by any means detain three members of the Liberal Association executive from I .aking the: lule-en-miie disagreeable i on Friday night. j Miss Jones, after several weeks' drive to Beaver Mines on Saturday Whether it was an evidence of loy-lvisil llere with lrer Parents, has re cvnnins to atti-nil there at i alf'J" not, we are not prepared io lo llle States to her old trade which i.aet been billed to speak. say, but, the coronation views at ihc "s Ti, actions of this Liberal trio arc Wednesday n sinl-ms contrast to a Conscrva- I house. j Guv nome for live delegation which was to have; secretary of the U. a few days. held a meeting at the same place the I A'' .is Pincher Creek- Jack Leonard is .building a new niijht previous, hut whose ardor and twiddle of .September anil house. Faith in tlirir cause was apparently adllrcss farmers on reciprocity. sufficiently dampened irrespective (he elements to (Icier them from making the I rip because the wtather was iiiclumrat on that dale as well. Tile I.ihi'ral meeting was held i Rolihins' Ih.ll. where upwards of fifti niontou: Mr. Harold Woodswortli, B. were in The chair was A.. Rev. B. S. Dfchop, Mac- (occupied by .1. n. vic'c- prcsiileni (lie alines Liberal MUSKRAT FARM lloports ara comfing in that hail .lias destroyed crops in several dis- jtricts. hopo there will. be no jmore, as a good crop is much needed. Air. Bauglimau and family were Car mangay shojipc-rs last Saturday. Quite a number attended the dance WINNIPEG MAN IN STABBING AFFRAY Port Arthur, Ont, Aug. .1. Grieve, of Winnipeg, Is arrested on charge of having stabbed Clifford Cooper, buffet steward on the steam- er Hnrmonlc, in the neck with a pen knife. It is alleged that Grieve was under tile influence of liquor and cre- luing a disturbance and that the stew- ard ordered to lake him lo a state- lend: Rev. C. II. Johnson, II. A B D .f.adsby; Rev. C. T. j-Iolman, 11 A" IWetaskiwin; .Mr. H. p. Kenny, get Spokane, Wash.. FPJ A TEJ 0 D JS A number altemled the dance Gokl Coin iast Sat urday evening, and report, a good time, while the oth Aug. Olislnv good side attended entertainment Wheat Centra has charge of the mink which was good and appro- comet recently discovered by Dr W scovere y r W i nM R. nrooksXdirector of observatory and'.. has an equip Associaiion, anil the ir-ei-limr 01 tlic mink anrl mnskrat farm so-illi nflil-n i ateelre-sse-el in behalf of the candidate, adaska, in the nf" Hazel Greenman was out home for Daring tho tour the party travelled n> Tuckcr' Or. J. F. oV'spo'lV B !e" vlsit lasl "Eek. in. I'riisi'i1 anil Ti. H. Ormonrl. "no, reports that he is herdlnr ir.no' J'r' has some fine vegetables, Kacli speaker loiicbcd upon the rcci- !'cres of mnskrats in the swamps, iind wl''cn lle exhibited at the'store. procity agrci-mcnt from a ililTcrcnt ia. "renilrlng to add several hundred .VI boat reaches here era! secretary" :Vn next Friday from Sarnla. _____ ____ ".....'6 LIIO travelled n- ovcr a thoiiE-aiKl miles, and 250 lee- lures on different subjects -were do- VALE SCHOLARSHIPS, Camden, N..J., AUK. -will of the late Congressman Henrj- C. Lotid- enslager, dispose of r.n valued at A bequest of IB set aside .to found two free scholar ships at Yale university for male dents in this congressional diitrlct. V like amount is given to create two free scholarships in any of the recog- nized universities. Two Good Buys 1 corner -Acr-s In Pmrk- dale; will subdivide Into 12 lots; reasonable cash pay- menf.; good terras on bal- Lots 1 to 10, Block 25, Al- exandra Addt, Terms. Each__ lirofcssor -'n.ifIUBUI Hobart col- at. about consistine of by him the Brooks n'lts' cots, bceldin'sr, cooking appara comet, has become so bright here es heating and lighting systems, .0 be seen with opera glasses or. small i, etc. This year.has been thn nist'n whlch F r w room 'arEe door. The Harmonic has sailed for Duluth and will return Sunday, hut it Dr. I O.IHHIDV, nut It tllllie t is likely that the case may not be weeks. comet is coming nearer and will coi thine to grow brighter for s Broks standpoint, so Ihal the subject was winter. Troppers handleil in its essentials as it affect- in securing mink for tho' ranch. BARONS NEWS tho I Borons, Aug. Walter Hat- ed workman, the farmer nnd the is nongratiilaled on his he- miner. Tlw adilresscs were listened di I "'est Husk in ing presented with a ten-poilnil boy. to with tlie urcalcst atte-i t" i everything is doing nice- A sidewalk is being laid right up to j in and o, salr Dr. Burgin. "He reports the depot, which will be a great con- IiiiiK.tiiaicil at intervals that, he has l.BOO acres of niuskrats -enlonce In muddy weather. Om; Galileo invented a thermometer be 'fore 1597. SPECIAL ELECTION OFFER OF HERALD The Daily Herald From Novr Until October 1st for 25 cents, to New Subscribers, Mailed or Delivered. To get full and fair reports of the political earn- pthjn, calm and dispassionate dlscmelon or neuei, welraj the latest anil best news, local and world wide, read The llenlil. (Cut out the following and send It at once to "Tho Dally Herald" Ijethbridge. Name Street and Number City or Town Province or Slate................... Enclosed yon will find Twenty-fire Centa for the Daily Herald to October int. 1811, as per your special offer. .on the ranch, aa he is protecting them i Our two chemical engines have ar- s.wakcr appeared in behalf of lrom tilc in the swamps and from Winnipeg, anil we have the opposition, who wished to be Ihc !v 'S DorUo" the ranch, now something with which to fight list to address the audience He wis Ulem for another flho fire demon. eieiiu-l.lv informed that such a hav'6 of Ihein, The independent elevator is almost rture cnnlmi-v i, n tnroe liltcl's oac1' and is by far the largest He was coiifia, to the recognized year. We four elevators, muni on-vivrd al political meetings i "We havo not been able to secure! The crops around here are a picture anywhere-, anil hail to submit to the supply Of minks, but have having been harmed by hail, customary usage- in this instance. the pens and have enlisted the' Walsh has unloaded his new lie did so will) the best grace he to stock the ranch. We threshing rig, and will commence coulc. and after reading a few news- several hundred to immediately. A large fire bell paper dippings brought his remarks u'alcn'ns "'o market, and 'has been installed over the water lo a .are "inch pleased over the results to be rung In also of fire. Valuable Property Cheap We have the sole selling ot a larfw 6 room house, with large den in the best residential district in the city, fully modern and madfl of the'best material. enn sell tbii, on account of. the owner leaving city, for oath ua tho balance to suit. Act quick. P to a 'ew isolated exceptions the! nretinc; was unanimous for reciproc- ity, and concluded with cheers for 'our experiments up to this time." Dr. H'arnook, the reciprocity candi- date. A hrarfy vole of thankj wai tcn- liercil the geintlnmcn who had driven from Pincher Creek at, such great in- to address thi? meeting. 9HOOT8 WITHOUT PERMISSION New Bedford, Maine, Aug. German crulacr Dremsn .had torpedo London gambling hoiiscn censed ill Practice In bay, firln.elght The foundations for 000 brick school building are now un- der way, and It Is hoped to havb the school by December 31st. I The offlcera of the I. 0. 0. F. were last Thursday, being lendenhsll. X. 0.; ,1. Thome, V. shom at i target towed by a tug along. the west end of Presque Island. This u.( Is within the three-mile limit, over Oco- "o- A. Coop- which the United hat fln- Hatfleld, treas lion flllil it was said hero the German in all lines la brisk am! government, had not Mked permission" lo hold tho practice la American wa- there are prospects for a record fall trade. Mendeuhall ii busy these duyn THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. to The Dowilty-MeMMItn Co. Phoni M4 ;