Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Past: 4 THE LETHlrtilPGE DAILY HERALD ii ininds as :tp LETHBRIDGE DILY HERALD Fablithed by tie Letbbridfe Herald PublUbinr Coi, l eveaing: at its office, Crabb Street, Canada -A. BUCHANAN, PHONE: .Editorial, fteportorial, Newt Dept, 1224 ,1 year, 6 ......J2.00 -3 1 DIRECTOR "AND "EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and 1 Job. Depts. :OAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year, by mail 6 months, by malJ 2 months., by maii .53.00 .S5c Addresses" changed as of ten- cesirsd, but and old Addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday ia eight or more pages, anfi contains sunuaarjs of the news of the week, local and.district. 1 year., T S months, in. advance .50c months; in THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Friday, December 'they are, going-to vote-for.- .Lots of things happen iii a day sometimes that may make one want to change his mind. meeting in-North Leth- bridgtf tonight; and the one in the Cal- edonian Hall on, 'Tuesday evening, siiouiu ,..be packed. Electors' should make an effort to get all fhe informa- tion they can about the municipal af- fairs. -.-_, .if all litigation that some fear threaten takes place ov- er-the A. G. W. there'will be a great harvest for lawyers. CJarke ought to dicker with them all to share up with him." He caused dt all. of sugar of them opened the new-barrel "front waVan' one passing: balloons dropped some of the sand ballast :-vAb, .my said the suffrage orator, "do you vever realize, what we men owerto jemr." wives? r am free to confess; all that i am my'wife has made me." "Why didn't she' finish the squeaked a heartless malefactor from the gailei-y.- i Called f -j.vdMnt was this vhis freshman Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. son Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Pec- pies Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pinchcr J. Mitchell D. L_ McCrsa, estlake'-Bros. Drug Book Co. Fernie, B. Cranbrock, 8, C. Beaitia Aichisoc... O. Reinecke. T.ugham. Dr. D'Arc'a Medicine" SDNortham S. C. World -Wide -News Co. Brown Browa 7 'I Also-.on all C. P. R. From Other Sanctums j The Difference (Coleufau inner.) Lloyd George likens the British ar- istocracy, ro the Canadian -Indian. The jonly dirr'erence is, that the redman I will soon have a vote, while the Lords i i will soon lose theirs i as a bod y_ Both are stately and dignified. -Mrs. no. indeed. He is k sycamore. always bound to have the Mast" word, anyway. 'Mrs. that's because you always wait to hear me say it. Little Wiilie--Say, what .is" a i bookworm? _ Pa A my son, is either.' a person who: -would rather read a book than a worm that.would eat a book than read. SALE v Happy Medium Woodstock .Sentinel-Review.) Sir Wilfrid Laurier is too much of i an imperialist for jhe Nationalists of Quebec, aad too independent for some of the imperialists of -which no doubt, that he is about all right as a Canadian. thought the world "Tiie ancients was "Weil, they" had no automobiles, no musical comedy, no 'bridge whist.- It must have been in those days." i OPEN LEADERSHIP X, EVERY COMHTJNITY, whether of legislation as It t4t" be a municipality, a province nation, there are some it Debate of public Issues with .any? degree of favor. The j Sold cry. is trust'a jman who.has ;been f able.to loot after-Sis own business to look after that of -the community. But F thatJis not verT often prevailed the influence of the; men" who Isadvocate and, practise it, Frankfort, Kentucky, ''there is 'being held a meeting-of ;tbV governors of the different States Union. In the course, of an ad- on the task of railroad re'gula- has generally ,been CornwaH's Limit (Calgary. Aibertan.) Father s voice f rolled down the stairs and into tiU dim and silent-par- lor, paps., "Ask that-young man, if he-has Vthe 7 room on lot 30x137 1-2 ft. on Cutbill %P? talhe be ii, every particular. Do not fail to rf ,ntere.ted. Prict Term, made to suit in 3 Duff Addition, Ejisy terms Lots 11 and 12 block 3 Duff Additi Eaisy'tenns-' Corner 75x142 1-2 on tharles and Coutts. Splendid buildingsite. ion, Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 We if any person can convince the mem bers of, the legislature or the public I until we assist-at the sim-jm general of the'.wealth of" the nortulaim-" moment of .silence. George has .his watch with plificauon ihat..irfll inevitably come country, it is J. Cornwall the man undertakes in] each} State the people: inform- ed as to' every chief step of-their ausr- mem- for -the Peace River riding and, clarifying, processes met ing, defeat, apparently; in NeV- 'Then, ask him what is the time. "He" says it, is 11.48, Possessed'of a- natural "eloquence! ask him if he -doesEt-think" inspired by an. unbounded faith in ..about Her says, the voice announced, impersonally, "he ,says that 'carries conviction. '._ goes to bed But Cora wall'did not strengthen j bat !t seems to' him that it -the the 2sTorth by opposing personal preference merely, strenuously, tlie bill before .the that" if_he_were in" your place he' would go what has made him .the idol of so iature for ..the-cancellation of many.'of nisj G.. agreement, adrocacy practise of this :not a good 'thpugh been Without Interest ..T _ a to let of the peopleiof the who save verv ,1 am I am not mistaken lead him as much as he has to lead) decided opinions' about the merits of -Meant now I my s about the merits of j-pncam' the mmcts of the people himself. Let- j that legislation. Though-.Mr. Corn-, youHeveKemployed -me ,y convince one'-of'the wonder's j before V If for 'how _ 'Qrth, even, his. oratory -will not: t ;ood government, f influence'many people to "Relieve, r j the "commissioners didn't'know what BUSINESS AND BICKERINGS IN -PARLIAMENT were talking about I ITl O _ .BATTLE CRY, T-SEE3IS --STSANGE. that men' who .profess -before their elect- ors to have soTely the interests h'eart, and to wish to.--gp.to Ottawa solely to legislate -and for 'the good of the COUK- spend so much of their -d energy--. pn .-what looks to the outside public useless bickering strife. in the House shoiild -be free and-lfull, and legitimate. of :-the most the duty of tie member of Without it the country couH'mot -w-ell be governed. But'the. of taik -that is indulged manr-of the members cannot -be truly called debate. "It maybe that'the parliamentary re-' porters magnify these as they} the agreement. Taxes judge that the people, want to. read sort of thiag more than the reg- ular cour.se, of the business of the House. It may be that these appaxent- Side .Lights ly immaterial i party. and oftetf per- sonal uarrel t' i onal quarrels taSe'Snlr The people -of; .-Canada- are- always j more or Jess interested in British pol-j. j iacs... From -'the issues change to a certain extent, -aml- tjj authoritative statements of' L, are eagerly read. Vihe He Knsw What Was Coming !Herald, therefore, reproduces Wins'ton Professor'Hugb. W. Hansom, of Hat'- j Churchill's .stirring- to battie-'as1- at a dinner vard. desonbiug to For full information, call or address Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 129a his experience as a sub 11 snowing-- the issues -before fsh j as the is utes of time, and that the mem-bers experience undergone j ing them. His address." to his elector- alpngi-with. the 'of -the cause' of science.. 'in Dundee a ago reads- as if nothing- unseemly had occurred; from the prominence given tnem "One .thing that impressed hei "A grave crisiarassiiperVeDe in the happy home life of [Political affairs. lAhe failure of the in 'the reports it does not look that! tlie3e barcl Corking men. It is a far j Conference leavefvus' 'confronted way to the public. The people "do not bappier home life than that of the the absolute Veto the Hous that way. PAY EGAN'S .EXPENSES to carry- on" 'busi-jidle rich. And yet, the- way people Lords. Ail" ;'that se of jtak, you'd, think it was a wretched and j prolonged in earnestness "and'candour squalid home ire. (for so many .months, has 1 "The way people talk, you'd think! been-done, and has been "done in .Vain. HE CTTT COUNCIL should adopt not so much as "one u-as a typical poor'i'he Conference "has dfsperse'B; but recommendation of Chief and pay the legal ex- "rpenses in connection witn the defence but' rather against the rminici- should be responsible for actions' of- its employees vrhile i .h butcJlers ore of Sergt.-Detective Sgan. The evid- ence of the court showed that Egan -did Vhe shooting in the course of the performance of Ms duties as a police officer: they are carrying out their orders, and! faithfully doing-their duty. -If EganL- ft "U J there might have been some excuse for making him pay Ms own defence heW that'he would have been open I justified m doing as he did, and that j.to .question. But since he was no oiame whatever in any particular it is only right and 'fair cooler be attached to Egan. That be- ever., the. law mav be, to pav for bis -ing-the case, the action should be con- defence SIR STAND IE WILFRID, LAURIER says there is ;to be no alteration in the government's naval policy. The i prophets who predicted that lie nrould be frightened by the defeat in did not know tneir man. There. are lots of things Sir Wilfrid Laurier' will do, but scare of them.' -He has decided what he ccssjtisrs is 'the best policy lor. .tiie countrj- regarding naval and the fact that a bye-electicn i Jagainst him is not going toi OUR POINT .OF VIEW bant clearings -came very g the high mark again.' Busi- ness-is" good. Watch them grow. change his opinion, and if Ms opinion does not cllange his policy will not Laurier'legislates as he thinks not to meet party exigencies. He knows, as every one else knows who has looked into the matter that the result of the bye-election was not teat of the expression of the normal opinion of the electors. Extraordinary conditions were placed around them' and the result does not reflect the! real-opinion of the people when they! are permitted to judge the issue fairl'v! and squarely. j Jim Jackson's mans home. j the grievances which it "com- very pale and shaky, stopped J pose, remzuni; f They in and j their original harshness andC-unfair- j ness, -and -un- j "Give me a small piece of raw beei'i redressed. c ,-j I "The Conservative-, "jftirty .seek to got a black eye. ask-jaold a ciefaniie 'and permanent'super-! ed the butcher. jiority in the Constitution -overall otii-j "'iNobody ain't Jim answered, jer forms of political opinion. I've been on a bust lor the lascier in office-or'ia opposition.-to- qaots! day and now. I'm on my way [the words of "their "chief "whip, thev' home to the old woman." jmean to govern 'the country." fhey claim that through the House of Lord's Little says there is sand i they shall remain possessed, no mat- that pound of sugar you sent her today. to blame me, sis. That thar new ter how great the. majority against them, of an all-powerful' Veto, which Country your maw not they can use at "their own-good pleas- ure to wreck_all legislation they <2o are nine aldermanic three to be elected. In each three one shall -be and the oth- er ..two. left. Clarke, says he will bring -ttie 'whole United States to Alberta to way up his sleeve, it is a'-good thin" he kept it there- until Cornwall Cross' Bennett and the rest got off their nreworks about not caring who built the road .as long as it was built. The Board-of Trace must have had a pleasant sensation when someone m some them what they want. Chances like that do noi come- to everybody every day rry his point, .That's all right. Near, ,rh the best people of the United mse P5 States are coming1 over here, anyway. n. should start- at once on a determined effort to have a technical school ..here of some sort as soon as possible.