Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERAttl Saturday. December tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD toy tfce Lethbridfe -Herald Publishing lawful cmifif at its office, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada ''A. BUCHAlf AK, MAJfAGlXG JDlBECTOB AND PHONE: antf PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. DAILY RATES i i year, by mail 6 ;montli8, delivered 12.00 j movaa by mall......11.75 Smontas, delivered i montoa, 'l month, delivered 1 3 mcntlis, by iniui .......Sac Addreases chanjted M dejJred, but both, utw aa3 old WEEKLY HERALD in or more pages, and of'the wtekj locahand district. year, in J1.SO 2 months, ia advance .5e THE DAfLY HERALD FOR.SALE AT Crow Dnic J. Gv Robert- van Co.. Johnston Jack- eon, Alexandra Hotel, plfcs Dreg Store. CovB. Hamilton. Plneher McCrea.- Book Co. Fernle, B. Cranbrook, 8, ft Atchisoa. L. Grassy Tugham. Diamond D'Arc't Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, 8. Wide News Co, Brows ItbV.St, Also on all C. P.'R. OUR POINT or view TVoll, it's all over but the voting. Whether or Adama gets .in, the government in Britain will have a majority. )_____. Make up your minds to support Til- ley, and Gootle, and take Sunday to fill the rest of your slate. IE Mayor Adams ia- not elected, U will not he the fault of bis active sup- porters. They have worked hard for Mm. r Mackenzie lias got a active committee, working for him. as they are confiaem of; landing their man on s lor, they reached Benedict's door, and held o.ut an kaad. and a sudden thought struck him he became sympathetic, "what'll you say to youv Benedict- endeavored to the1 wrong: eiid of his cifffcr. "Say to the wife? Oh. or some- thing of that sort, quite She'll say all the Pink !Unt, Strangely Peeviih, Snfone Walter, the playwright, told at a dinner, a story about a ISew York critic. "He is very Mr. Walter- With the array of can.didate8.belore them, the electors-would find-it im- yosaible to eiect a council that would send the city to the bws com- pletely. The man who will wager, money on either mayoralty candidates got more nerve than'ioside information. The election will be all over Mon- day night. The uoit excitement will be Christmas. The Radical members of lhe--Lib- eral party seem to be 'making, more success of criticising- tbe government than are the Unionists. It is safe to very few fenow [any more than the members; of the legislsture did. as .Whether-osteopaths should be classed doctors not. THE MUNICIPAL: ELECTIONS M ONDAY Ejection Day, and fate of candidates, Taxltar than fats of the .-wfll tettied. Tie diiei, ttrest liw in the. mayoralty, aid sup- ot both Mayor Adams and, Mx. are putting op vigorous .'uncertain, It is. almost certain tnat the will .hare .a hig There. is large waich, strangely- enough, goes one way, hut it impossible to .say ieforehaiid, which of the very distinct, 'and were It not sapportera tried to force .Into .the 'campaign, there would have been very little .discussion. It is un- rortTmate that the Mayor was not pre- sent during the campaign, so as to trbwn upon these efforts which not at all such as h.e would spprove, "The opposition to the Mayor came very largely from- a desire on -the part limnbsr of -citizens to have a, change. They feel that the present counca- is a _ sort or "perpetual body, and. that it is not representative of tae people, as a. whole. Whether or aot this. is true, will be shown at the: fop TJwr wfli make their choice they view the candidat- ure and personality of the candidates. Ot the eight aidermanic cantiidates holoEs to its previous.state- ment that it believes Messrs- Goode and Tiliey have outstanding From Other Sanctums J The Real Commission (Calgary -Albertah.) The is "tiie_..adop- said. "AS he and 1 were talcing sup- per the "Cafe Mai-tin one nigbc, a. passing playwright giared terribly at him. "Why is "Playwright Dash so down on me, i said the critic. said 1 with a laugh, "you- know well enough why hes down on you. Yo.u wrote last month thatr plot of his new play was no good.' said the critic, 'why should he mind. -Urn? I said at "the time it wasn't his Globe- Democrat. The late "William James, Harvard's famous psychologist, would often-'-'ff- Ittiai't y tansmia the man. in front" oj lumiBite subject with an ap- propriate anecdote. Discussing motherhood in ajecture; on psychology, Prof, s James once "A teacher asked a. boy this ques- tion in fractions: "'Suppose-that yaur an apple there _" were' seven of paren-ts and five child'ren. What part of .the pie would you "get' for your the boy answer- ed, "'But there are seven of said tion to the business, of a city, the methods of .all successful .business en- the teacher. 'Don't know anything rerprlseE. tFor that sys- about canvas .jortlie..positionv The electorsj more eiyeniive, but much i 'Yes, said the boy.., make: sure of their less expensive, compared with the re- know all about I know: and ensure some, new blood in the whatever way the mayor- alty.' election For the totrfi' seat are" several can- didates; to recommend Aldermen- Bowman and .Hatch are practically They have their re- cords the, past years to recommend tneni, and their .statements to the pub- lic'at' the'meetings held that they aave; both''rendered valuable-ser- vices to "If re-elected', they. would" doiivitless cbntfcrue' to render services as valuable. There" have -features, of their work -as alder- polls. In selecting a can-didate to oppose ttie ilayor, titese -citizens made an ex- cellent choice in T. S. Mackenzie. He is a man of irreproachable character, ibroad-mlnded, capable, a good busi- ness man, z. pleasing and ..effective man, popular with all classes and one who has-already done a deal for the .city and surrounding coun try. He has all the marks of a. man wno would make a capable anfi snc- cessrul mayor, Mayor Adams, on his record of the year, .is justified in seeking re- e'lectlon. He has made mistakes, as .any man is likely to make in dealing with such a multiplicity of problems men tn'af'the" 'people approve, and on. th'ey will.-'show by Utalr ballots whether or -not they con- sider the mistakes they have made outweigh in importance and value the services they isfe Tendered. King1 has 'been almost en- tirely'In opposition-to the rest of his colleagues, and attributes to that cir- cumstance, the'paucity of Ms accom- while on tlie-'cOTinciL If the consider hfin capable of do- ing' good' service lor- the-city -with dif- colleagues they will'hook him up -with others "of ithe new candidates fn opposition to the old members. Messrs. Rusk, Tucirwell and Asb- erbft are new men, although the last as come before the mayor of a cit like JLethbridge. On the whole aim. aoministration has been good and the criticism directed at it has not been very serious. Personally, there is no oejection to Mayor Adams, and he has undoubtedly devoted his whole time and attention, to the onerous duties of tis office. His record is his re- commendation to the electors for re- election. The people have two excellent can- didates Iroa which to -choose a mayor suits produced. 'all about too. Mother-'d say On accost of the simplificationjsbe didn't want no and perfection of the-system of gov- ercment, efficiency and the man -infr eminent, efficient ah3 "complete where did you .-get checks are put upon the administra- commercial educatron' hpnesty is- made mueb inore 'dirfieult and detection is much simpler. A real commission .will attract to. it better and; abler officials and that is to .a great extent secret of all good government That is one of the great sources of strength of the com- mission. ._ Charity or Tolerance (Calgary News-Telegram.) When the Apostie .iroQie his opinion naiaed: was. mair- years 'ago -in things. Dr. Rusk advocates the same poli-cy as a candi- Gates, but has made a specialty of a subway under the railroad tracks at Thirteenth street (Westminster Road) that charity -the greatest Tirtae, he sho.uld have used the word" tolerance, open minded tolerance; for that word: doubtless better covsrs the meaning he intended. The use of the word "charity" in this connection has caus- ed many a blusb, A man.-inscribed some opinions in a letter "to a friend, quoting-the apostle for" his .authority on the superior value of 'charity.. and the friend in reply enclosed a-five-dol- lar -note and an apology for not be- ing able to. spare more. Now the fel- aims, but odf toTerance lor his opinion, days of small should claimi consideration, for Messrs. Tucawell and Ashcroft are avowedly candidates of the work- Ingmen, who claim additional repre- sentation to.that of Alderman Frayne on the cotmciL They will doubtless draw solid support from their constit- uents.- it is for the electors to size up the claims of these gentlemen and cast tneir ballots for the good of the whole city, tbat it may have the best possi- Ole government next year. THE AGR1CULTURAV SOCIETY LETHBRIDGE and District and backed by "an active committee meeting last night, and is j together :with the valuable services of that am- realized. Managing a. fair of the proportions 1 Agricultural Society held its an-1 tne secretary. J.' W. .M reported to be in a very .prosperous condition, No one doubts for a. min- ute the great value of the fair to the city and district in tie past, and when the society gets its new grounds and to which the Lethbridge exhibition has attained, is no small undertaking. trailflings at Henderson Park fitted up it requires a broad j Side Lights j V I Clever Animals The correspondent of the Scotsman who saw a group'of Highland cattle standing around a sheep that was ly- ing on its back, and, further, saw one of .the animals proceed to raise it tc its feet by inserting its horn under its ribs, reminds us of the lady who, with her dog, entered a smoking carriage and, objecting to the-gentleman she fo.und there finishing his cigar, snatched the cigar from him and threw it out of tb'e window, whereat the gentleman retaliated" by treating the dog in the same way. The sequel occurred at' the next station, when, just as the lady was about to give the gentleman in charge for wanton cru- elty, the dog trotted up with the, cigar in its and White, An Inherited Vice Richard Harding Davis, at a football game in Philadelphia, praised the Christmas shopping for the -entire "I don't believe Aim- can be a- min- ute less than forty years old." entire charge of the Thanksgiving., dinner, and'Jt" was a Express. The ship was sinking. A great pan- ic '5F.as imminent "Wliai siaH "Send for LaV'shlp's re- marked the professional humorist "He's the only one Vno can razor." with justifiable rage, they..httrled him into the angry Record. In London they have the penny-ia- tbe-slot postage stamp! machine. It licks the stamp and pastes it 'on the .envelope for you. Gradually they are robbing us of all our dearest de- Itgncs. Tne ioea of not being able to lick one's own Bal- timore Sun. Here cash per lot, balance per month, secures for you a 30 ft lot facing north on Luckhurst Street and McNabb. Price per lot Railroads bound to make North Ward their terminals. If so, values on above lots bound to double. The above offer opeii I I 1 f. for short time only; and only ten lots for sale at this not delay, but act at Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 MORNING down and a month Without Interest and Without Tatxes PER LOT For full information, call or address The Standard Securities Co. P.O.Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 Lois Campbell, who has be- come one of the richest heiresses in the world, is a St. Louis girl, 'the daughter of James Campbell, presi- dent of the North American company and one of the wealthiest residents of tiie. city. J3y the -death of her brother JVilss Campbell, who is but 17 years old, becomes sole heiress to the Camp- fortune, estimated at The Tammany Tiger licks-its chops when it cogiates on a reapportion- UNIVERSAL SUFFRAGE: ment of New York Wash- ington Post- his fortune is. assur- ed. Van he discovered a gold mine? the same tiling; "he has invented an automobile number that becomes invisible' as soon as the machine collides with cago News. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT The International Congress on Re- rngeration which recently met at Vienna decided to hold its next ses- sion in the United States, at a .time and place to be determined later. it be In a. better position than of th d comprehensive an.j voices of the young undergraduates, e work of an exnibi-! snouting their weird college yells. ever to carry on its good work. tion and of the resources at hand and The splendid success of the lair i skilful use of them to make the most this year was to very large degree Cue to the efforts of the retiring pres- ident, George M. Hatch, who made it .ais particular bnsiness to make the fair the biggest and best.in its his- of them. Under the directions of the new orficers, with the co-operation of all tne citizens, the Lethbridge- fair snouid grow from more to more un- tory. He was untiring in his efforts til it is the greatest in the province. INCREASE IN NUMBER OF DELINQUENTS THERE IS REASON to >be concern ed about the growth of the num ber of seemingly incorrigible Doys in this city. During the last couple years the .number of boys who the attention of the police the superintendent of delin- quent children .has grown at an al-arm- ing rate. There is something wrong gomewfiere. There must be. a -cause somewhere, and if.that cause can be determined, there .should be some way of removiag iL It is a terrible thing to thlnl: of tne number of'young" boys- in spite of the efforts ot lie po- lice and the probationary officers, are fast developing into criminals. This is something that demands thorough investigation. Bad books and. papers can explain part of it, but many of these boys cannot sufficiently .well to ascribe their deeds and pro- clivities to this. cause. Pictures seen in various .-ways may be to blaiae for some of the foo.'ish and perverse no- tions these youngsters hare. The cause should be tborougblj' ferreted ou-t. and best vided. remedy pro- mates me think of a Locust street said'Mr. smiling. "She turned to her husband one night at dinner and remarked: 'My dear, the -first time I saw was at Franklin Field. Your head was thrown back, your A New York man is the inventor-of a muffler to be placed over a tele- phone mouthpiece to exclude outside sounds and to prevent other persons hearing what its user is saying. A study in Germany of the -protect- ive effect to vegetation of a mantle of snow hag disclosed the fact that the looser the snow the greater its power to protect what is beneath it, A new mine rescue apparatus mouth waslbTOUSht out in BnSland does -away with the helmet and weighs but 28 pounds, yet will permit a man to -work in deadly gases more than five hours. FAME'S PATHWAY were yelling your college yell.' Tes, I said the young man. I she continued, 'what a remarkable voice you had.' you spoke of it at the of its kind in South Beth- said he. 'But what makes you think jenem, Pa. of it, 'Oh, said the bride. 'On- .Miss Dorothy Lawson, whose wed- ly I wish the baby hadn't inherited it. ding, it is announced, will take place C. M. Schwab has purchased the Grand Opera house, the only place of WHAT WOMEN LIKE IN MEN Liberafity'in-. Alt, Things the Quality Most Dotired Women like liberality in men, a largeness of view, a contempt for the petty, a' certain splendid carelessness about the small; things that do not count, says a. magazine writer. A touch of irresponsibility even appeals to the feminine Imagination, perhaps because responsibility is sc much in- A MILD SUGGESTION jsisted on for women'that they admire Daily Herald! Opinion Moulderl Our chief municipal guide, Make .your stand a trifle' bolder, And assist us to decide Which of our eight aidermanic Candidates we ought to choose. To escape financial panic And foreclosure by "the jews." jyconomic and progressive when they- see it trampled on iby men. Minute exactness, too much insistence .on the unimportant are all traits that women despise when That's all.' Post. The She'd Say the Rest dawn was breaking, and December IS, is the third-daughter of the wealthy speculator and writer on rinancisl topics, -Thomas W. Lawson. She will becomeHne bride of Henry milkman was on his. rounds as they McCaH of Winchester, Mass., and tor- wandered slowly homeward from the. rnorly Harvard's star second baseman. dub. 11 is 35 years wT and she is 20. trovernment's the -'only et might not our growth be less if We spent leas than we have done, there's Bowman, -grave, sagac- ious, Deeply -versed in civic lore; Next our pard, King Hatch, good gracious! We must give him one term more. JDavje: Willie wings of the IFoe to graft Who but you would when our town's -ill Governed, kick? "God save our Asacroft. asd Goode's "still whom you "drop: ped Of each' man in question "Will he Suit the" slighteat dontot! I've attended every meeting, Stamped each candidate "O.K." a-weiled each platforms ardent greet- ing With my small ray." Now l-m but a clammy curry Of hot impulse.cooled to curd, a'-Je ne sais pot-pomre Of the mixed things I have heard, for I'm no "wise old But a veering weather cock, Just to show -which way their talk blows, ABd tnetr keys all fit my lock. Tell me, how can I my billot Conscientiously dispose? Mark for any threejaen, shall it Not make all the rest my foea? I must vote for every mother's. Son of them to pay ita then, my embarrassed brothers, L-et'g tbe whole octette! SHAKESPEARE. men" exhibit They like a man has a merry way of life and laughing at them, who doesn't bother regulations. Women in their, secret heart think that a right sort of entitled to do just what he pleases, and "when they find him doing it in defiance of everybody and everything, having his own way in a kind of triumphant lawlessness, they may deplore it in their speech, but it delights their fancy all the same it is so utterly unlike their way of ctoing tnings, so unlike their little in- directions, their tortuous fashion c-f arriving at results, -tneir small hypo- crisies. They stand it; and do not wholly uncier- perhaps that is one more reason why it so appeals to uiem. Parsimony, stinginess, num- bering and counting the cost things "are perhaps of all the most obnoxious to a woman. SSre his he'ad over small affairs who is f can love a prodigal, but she cannot magnificent neglect of rules and j take the slightest interest in a miser. "Hear, hear! 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