Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TMdfcy; Dceenikr 9, BIO. LETH35RIDGE DAILY HERALD tTerirp at W. A. c' by the Lethbridgft Publishing Co., Ltd., erery irp at its office, Crabb Lcthbridge, Aibenm, MASAGINQ- LIBECTQB A.VD EDITOR PHONE: K'cwj Oept 1224 PHONE; Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts, 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION I year, _l year, by mail 6. months, e __., -6 months, by mail i month; delivered .___. ,35c j; S months, by mai) .......I5e Addresses changed as often aa desired, .but both and old addresses rmiat be elvea. WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday la-eight or ami a Bummarjs of the caws Oi the local i year, in advance......J1.50 j 3 is advance ....990 moithJ, ia ....7ifl i -j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crow Drue Book J. a. Robert ton Co., Johnston Jack- soil, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. it Co., B. If. Hamilton. Plnchar J. D. L. McCrea. Drag -ft 'Book Co. Ftrnit, B. Cranbraok, BftatUe O. L. Grassy Dr. Tugham. Dr. D'Arc's 'Drug-Store. -Medicine -Hat B. M.-Northanv "Vancouver, B. Co. -BroTvn 819 4th St. onfall C. P. R. From Other Sanctums ALDERMANlCjCANDIDATES IN MAYORALTY CAMPAIGN "scratch my ibacfc, and I'll scratch yours" ias so often prov- ed -'the iniquity of councils, on the hand; Mackenzie and one or more of the candidates supporting Mr.-.Adam's should, be elected, they will naturally antagonistic to each -6tfieJV -That' is "not; desirable, 'either.- What is .true of the candidates sup- porting Mayor- Adams .is equally true of any vrho are supporting Mr. Mac- kenzie. Candidates 'should be free of ill bbligatfoh-or antagonism to the mayor, -who'ever .he They camTbt. .well do -this if they associate themselves with either mayoralty can- i_ the campaign. PEOPLE of 'Siiy- are ut- riticisms.of some of the aidermaiilc candidates for lin- ing tHemselres up Wth one" or oilier tar mayoralty' candidates. Tbefe -asa-certainamount of justice in the For instance, If date supports the. candidature of .May- or .and. It the Mayor is elect- .ed, and if the said candidate is elect- ed, also, the Mayor will naturally feel under obligation to the alderman. He irtll not feel free to .refuse requests of tae aldsrmea-that in the interests "of the city should -be- refused. It -works on. principle .as the A SCHOOL ACROSS THE RfVER _rHB '.iiTihg" on r the TTCS t JL side of ths river, yet who are in .---.the L-ethforidge school district, should have some school accommoda- -tion.. An- effort -ras made to take that ..part of the district, along -with some more land, and'make-a new -district. While the local School Board offered vno....objection." to.this .the j" only thing'they could do.-was to hold to the regulations, of the education irlth regard land; in question -assuming--its share'of the indebtedness of In jus- .tice to hblders-of the school de- bentures .they. do otherwise, as'tfiis; laiid" ls_.a part of the security of'the -debentures. The regulations, req'uire that this .he done- in> all cases of the.transfer of land "from" one district to another. let 'it be "known 'distinctly tne they -would offer no of' the What! .In Toronto, the Good? (London Free Preas.) Toronto citizens had bettor Hot stir up too much; over the charge that there is a.superfluity of drunkenness in the Queen' City." Winnipeg citizens felt themselves insulted "by some re- marks of a well-known clergyman re- and ordered an investigation, TUs results seem to show the city "up quite bad as the cJergymaa'painted it. Investigation .might ibring similar results in Toronto. Is this the Cause' cf High Rates? (Toronto Star.) Leaky .and pipes are respon- sible for the .waste of--one gallon of water in avery .twenty-fiv.e pumped by the city. He is a rarely patriotic cit- izen who is careful of an unmeter- ed water ;wpuld -be- were the hands of a meter recording the leans every, minute of the day. Uncle (New. York Globe.) There's no" news, in the" statement i mat Uncle Joe has' returned" to Wash-1 ington in a "philosophic" State ofi mind. Of-coursei.he. is philosophic.j it -would be easier for-him to detach himself from his1 cigar than from his philosophy. He wears it as: naturally and inevitably as he does his butter- nut clothes. cfturch rOlty tttat the "foot-note" not -follow- ea -very coaalstwtlr by tktlr flocli, and one of taea tellB the with considerable fU3to. In his congref atlon he had a very literal Minded lady, who was of the most phllaatrophlc and bard-work' ing of his church members, but who aad her own views about the evil of a game of cards. Pyjug a conven- tion, sbe entertained a married cous- in from the country, v -whose Ideas were a strict. -One arternoon, left the hostess to look after her baby ior a few hours. The child proved" to be very restleia, and' afttr. niaJiy tcings had been tried, it -was at last quieted by which provided arottiement until the mother returned. thq lady came an, she look- ed once at the child, and tb en 'snatch- ed it from 'the floor, "'I would aooner see my playing with a nest of -vipers ttan-'-Vith' a .High Prices "at'Last. ExpSained (Kansas .'After "to tno hereditary chamber. Mr; Masterniati retortefl: "I can under- stahd a mah voting Coflsen-atlve of Libetai or Labor, but lii the name of anity and Britisli freedom, what I understand is a man votingr that his vote shall hoc count at all voting that nd matter what he ana the peo- ple "vote for, the decision shall nol reVt :with .them, but with 600 heredi- tary peers, who take no account of what he votes for .and what he does Looking direct at interrupter, Mr. JVlasterman proceeded: "I suggest you write to one of tho peers the rollowipg letter: 'Dear Lord I am a Brit- ish citizen and a member of the coffl' munity on which the sun never 1 aft ignorant, you are clever 'er.) I am full of prejudice and hatyetl; you know nothing: of such: I ato subject to suddeti flls! of passion which carry me away, and] I regret it next you are always ,wise and kind and considerate. Take my -vote! (Loud laughter.) Make what laws you like for me. (More laughter.) Tax me as you like, and tax yourself as you like. Decide up- on what conditions I shall and work by. If my Radical friends sesd up ita-dlcal measures, see that they1 arc all tnrown out by your veto. And (in the. words with which all petitions end) your humble petitions will ev- er pray. Your obedient servant, unless they want it, and whatevet tax-is laid shall be the tax they approve-of, and which shall come ,in the-main from those who can1 ndt pay, ami that mud as work- ingniea atid Nonconformists and Ir- ishmen "shall count in pol- Theltalk 'lAmerican dollars'' was ctudegt ahd cruelllit cry that a party hid' ever gone to the coun- try with, 'money Mr, Refimoni had brought from the leading men in and the rest front those- of trigh who their native 'by tfae'jtnpst brutal and cruel of. landlord tyranny thii West-- ern .Europe -had ever Seen. Subscriptions fr6m such people wen; tar- more, honorable than the dollars system of legalized robbery, tenaed Tariff "Reform. FAME'S PATHWAY Ttie pope has conferred oa the Mayor of London the decoration of Knight commander .of tho: Order of .St. the and on the lady mayoress the gold medal of Beneme- renti. Dorothy Campoell, the Canadian girl who played in the III., golf tournament .retaiaa. -aiiors woman's -champion golfer. She de- feated Mrs. if. O. Martin, of -England, In the final 'round of the sixteenth an- nual championship, two up and one to play. Miss Campbell holds the Can- adian cnampkmahip, as -well: as lor tie United States, and once held given to introduce into England .the tne British. A roar of laughter followed the stig- geetert signature, owing to tat reraembered fart the bojus Alf Smith played in the election, "1 a not to be -Mr, went on. "I am a 'perrectly saae, sober, and ssrious etatcraent of what facia really nj-c. 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