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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE liTHfe]to[)GB' l^,tiLY'�El^ilLl). Friday, AiigfUst 29,101�? LETHBRIDGE DAILY ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrldge Hei-ald Printing Co., Ltd., every law. ful evening at its offlce^.S|j{th .Street, Lethbi-ldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHA^^AN 'Managing Dlpcctor t'. W. QUAVLS Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCB Butlneat Manager' PHONE: Editorial, neportorlal And News Depart ntent 12 24 PHONJi: Adycrtliing Circulation And Job Department* 1252 daily subscription rates 1 year fleltvered ..". -.. $4.00 1 year, by mail.......�3.00 6 months, delivered ... $2-00 6 monthB, by mall �1-50 3 months, deliifered. ... $i.00 3 months, by.malJ......,76c 1 month, delivered ____35c. 1 month, by maU......26c Addresses changed as otten as desired, but both Hew and oM ^ addresses must be given. the daily herald i=-6R'SXlE at' Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drug &.Book Store; J. G. Rob-erraon & Co.; Jackson & ; Cp.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo pie's Drug Store; Kenny & AUIn; Lethbrldge Hotel Cigar Stand; Empress Buffet Luncb. - Diamond City-^Ur. D'Ara Medtcrne Hat - Asstnjbota Hotel. -Macleod-rA. D. Ferguson, Cranbrook-^Beattie & Mut^ phy Co.; Cranbrook book Company. Edmonton-Provincial News Company. PIncher Creek-t)r, McCrea;' 'Siitchell Drug Co........ Taber-WesUake Bros. VahctftJvfcr -: Wide World News Co.; Ne*re Shop, 445 Oranwell Street. ,  Spokane-Jamleson News Go. 705 River Sldia Avenue. Gs-a�*y take-brassy Lake Hotel, Minneapolla-T-Kerop .& ..Cohen News Agency. Cal'gary-il^eading Book and News Storp,a09A 8th Ave. West; World News Co. PIncher Station - lEdward Read. ' . St Paul-Worjd News Co. CarmangayT^iavence Knol-den... Duluth-World News Co. THE WEEKLY HERAJ.D Published every Wednesday In eight oF'SSFe paares. and contains  summary o� the news of the we7� i CITIZENS AND THE NEW CfiARTER .jyiOW that it is definitely known. tJiat the city is being governed �*� ' uhdei* the new commission charter, citizens may, if they so Avish, make use:of-two of. the pdSR'ers ^rested in them by the act. They will be able to initiate new laws or they will be able to com-. pel the council to refer any new legislation to a.popular vote ijf 'desired. The recall cannot be exercised as yet as it refers to  commissioners only. 'Just at ttiis time we .tliink it opportune to voice a few words of-warning with regard to the new charter. The provincial y.^^^^^itme, in -granting the new cTiarter, has placed in the haftds .ofrthe citizens of Lethbridge fhe niosl advanced piece of muni-"cipil legislation.: in. effect west of.'jEhii'. Great ;Lakes. . That the -charter.is a good one in tlieory no one doubts.' What it will be -in practice remains to be Seen. > It-will-"all'depend on the citizens, -tf, &iey .abuse tlieir ad^ed rights,' tile ^charter, will be a soUrce of .'iimending trouble. If they reflect and study conditions before using Hhe cudgels placed in their Kandi, they will make Let^ bridge far famed, and an example, to..other_cities of Western Canada. This is something the people should consider very carefully. It is hardly hkely that the pew features of the commission charter will be called into ^general use before the first commission is appointed. In the meantime the citizens shrtuld Xrp^eparfe to accept their new. duties in the. proper manner. Leth-; bn^ now has responsible government in its most advanced itform. With it the exercise of one's franchise takes on an adde(J jinaporlance. , : That Toronto cook must have been .real;hot when he quarrelled owf a chunk of-ice. . , . ' - . , It wt^l bfe a glorious day when our aUalfads shipped out of the countryjpp the .hoot. Are you wise? ' ^ ' �Hi SEE OUR Eii^lST Refrigerators NO, REGULAR SALE PRfCfe 1 , $ 9.50____ $ 8.00 4 r^i 13.50 .... ..... 11.00 (3fc) ^22.00____ ..... 16;00 71 '$24.00____ ..... 18.50 Hi �545.00 ____ ..... 32.00 18 $'50,00 ____ ..... 39.00 Screen Doors NO. IVL- REGULAR WINDOW Window Sfrei^ns SALS:' PfflCE 35c 20g 30c 35c 35c 25c; 2 i'oi* .,,.'.�".>..> j-^^; 30c e>ieh'^ .'. 10 40c each ..... 10y2 each ,. .. 11 50c eacli . .. Reg. ^1.25: Hale price ..y-SSp' Eeo. .$1.50: Sale Price.'. $1V15 Eeg-. .$1.75; 8ale Price.. $1.40 Reg\ .^2.00; Sale Price.. $1,:50', .Reg-. 6^2.50; Sale Price.. SI.75. Ice Cream Freezers (leni, Gem, Gem. REGULAR 6 qr., .$6.00 8 (](., .^7.50 10 i[L, tSe popular in the ^boarding house too, for ittwiU be a luscious ,-y,ariety. . ^ /' BAlt-WAY , During June and July gb'od iH'Weaa.. es 'were shown by Ijetihlii-idge Street j Railway. '! kia s^rvea a liiiicli smal-I ler, popum.Jon than tihose of, otlier ! citjesj and tlio facf that an increase I of at least $500 in month receipts is j�hown IS an liwiication til)et the towa lis growing faat enough to justify the i exifittoce of this tifcility. For the ) fi.rat'ithr?BB, inotithstot theiyear a deficit \s a.? 'fBCordod ftwing. to hl^h s overhead charges.-'.Steady  increases,, such .ais are� ahown4ii t!ie tableiHaeloWj:should. tnaKe'thls Utility self-s^ipBOPtlhg; la a cproparative short tiiiiei ifthat Is not aJready the case.  � January........... .,...____*?4,72J1 February..................*4,72{t Mar ^i.-He arose in the inorning a comparativelyr unknown m-i dividual and by sundown he was made famous through the piib^ licitjr given liim by the rashand foolish action of an American girl. ' , The stoi-y is by no^y an ^old-^or^e but interest in it Jias been | �revived by the action of the Minister of Militia in dealing with-i - ..the case. It has even spread to Great Britain where Mr. Astbrih It the Pall Mall Gazette editorially compliments the niiniste� in re-no;joly" Btjnnett. and othwaqtivrty,cls. silowing up so decided iy' lu; Wust^Vff Canada. Th^ .Jn-creases cau' prdhftbty he ("ax ptalpei jfni the l^ouml Maii- factories at these points are-couvlnfe.'into operation- In spite of. fjljIJit.money.,. On. Uie wiioie these inftreaSes vat bliese ' particular points ..can-he fairly talron. as an Ifl"-(licarlou. tlrnt.the real estate huatuess la not-the basis of wrban iife In Western Oauada. Thw^e must be good and inpreapiiig b'u&Iness goiug on Ir. tlhese cjtle^ to a(yftant Ibear-ing oa the indftey ,question'. Some tlnie^ ^S0,_ tihe -congressman said, the teacher'of a..puWiVVl-ien he got i bft�lc to'111* lodgJngB he told his lellow 0ur�,t,BTot: his experience. hU folio*;;Y'^'^^'- "y/Mi naort i.nt ,bf, /BUrprt^A. ilt>'all! . tj'rvliHfira cnvH'- ".Jamett," .BaUlVshft "tell rae tli'e de-nowlnat/ons-in which the money of -ti) Steamers; 5 - - -.White StJir Y6.rk and � Canadian Service. Canard' JJiiie, 'New York and Canadian-Sejrvice North Gevmail:>I i> --And an oth;er^>liie�. - >SpeVjiil va)iMa,reH-, in connisfr v-ll'oii Aylth �aii,4^W^�hip tf(3k.t� ftold at ou);,pffice>,-^eBeivfttlons qharget- mmUh&mf^x&i ot tlie 'varlbu8.^a!teaitosftll>B*�eftving porls'reofdvfed.'(!SjIx. Informatl(5ft.''.'^?'fto'arrival of boats, and jjasgeni^ers oheaf-�'fully given; . t.^^'  Sailings inailpfl'.io any �ddreBs upon applR>al.lorkfe" Lethbrld&e,-Al^a�, I ;