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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD favored an elected or a DAILY HERALD by the Lethbridge Herald TOOT Ltd., PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal, Newi Dept 1224 and- l year, months, .delivered S months, delivered li.QO i.. delivered.......agc DAILY SUB1CRIPTION RATES PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1252 1 year, by maQ........13.00 months, by 3 months, by matt .......85o na old WEEKLY HERALO THE DAILY HERAtD FOR Red Crois Drug Book Siore, J. G.: Robert- son Co., Johnston- Jack' son, Alexandra "Hotel. Peo- ples Drug Store. rounc Co.. B. W. Hamilton. Pincher B. J. Mitcitfl D. L; McCresu. Westiake Bros. Aiberta Drair .'Book-Co.. Fernie, 8. Percy Cran brook, B. Atchteonl L. Grassy Diamond D'Arc'8 Drug Store. M-dtcsrie M. Northam Vyancouvery B. Wide News Co. Brows 219: .4th. St. Also oo C. P, R, THE CARE given the Her-- they want one. .if the Her I aid -understands opinion of city, they want an elected commls sion, and they do not want any tim wasted In sotting it The provincial government Is doing right in ordering a-thorough investi- gation into the cause of the disastrous explosion at Bellevue. There are floating around among the nere that the mine was not in the shape it was supposed to be. These may be only baseless rumors, but they may not. At any rate, whether tnere is any blame to be attached to the company or to the inspectors, or to .the miners themselves, an investi- gation into the cause be made so as to take precautions. to prevent such a lamentable occurrence again. Human life is very precious, and no ef rort is too-great to ways 0 saving it. fVeAfresday, Beceiiiber 14, 1910. j t Side Lights i Adam git through a winter 'thout workin'? Joe I Bpent one winter in a workhouse. Appearances Deceitful" enormous gown is that you are making? s a hob'ble skirt" Jor .Mrs. Larjun. Looked Like a Deliberate insult "What's tha bearded lady so mad "Somebody" sent her a Christmas ataiogue of. a safety razor aid. the living skeleton, From Other Sanctums more from ignorance" as iiviu as :ILK56 CMef to now to use-the from .KHSenny is one that should be aieeded very carefully by all wno nave 'or expect-or-hope aa-ything to do- with gasoline. the Chief out, It is not dangerous Awhile an or can, "--becomes dangerous when it is al- ed to come in contact with air so as to form a highly explosive gas. The Accidents arising from-the use of-gas- carelessness; Efveryone "knows tha' Moderation Must-Win year the .Ottawa Opposition unanimously assented to the principle of a Canadian navy. With'one or two exceptions, the Conservative, press ar- gued strongly for this policy; but ag- ainst the proposal of a money contributiBk to-Great Britain. Conservative; party was then in reasonable mind. its eaders have since yielded 'to the im- nortunities of extremelsts, and tfie rank and file are Idisposed' to follow them, if we may; judge by the somer- sault of, the party..press, the Tor- onto Star .well says, in their moderate but everyone doe not both-: -the Conservative to handle-if so as t. avoid the danger. 'An ounce of pre- vention is'-worth a pound of cure, anc of information rememberer and" practiseiTis worth ton of vain regretSi. The Chief's words should ue stu'died-_ carefully and the advice put inta-practice.- THE COMMISSION VOTE SUCH O'vTSWHEL-MING vote In lavor .of government by com-- mission as that given by the '-ratepayers on Monday'was a surprise surpassing the "highest hopes of its ge lias, a great opportunity city-should be the first -city in western -Canada to adopt the. commis- sion., the case it wiU obtain as :mpch.. advertising out of It ,ty of Des Moines, in the strongest supporters- Lethbridge did i -S- svf-Lis: the counting of the plebiscite-taken 'Man- will'% -written" about and talk- tarougli the mails some weeks ago, tnere is no doubt that the citizens of Jjetnsridge want the ijsal form ol commission government in which, the ccmiMssioners are responsible direct- ly to the people and the aldermanic council-.is done away with, ;and that ,they do not want the-so called com- mission plan in which the present ed about and; in all likelihood, in the long..ran Jbe adopted 'by every city of importance Canada. With- this end in view all possible haste, compatible with care; should be _taien-.to maKe- governmeat by. com- mission; in Lethbridge an accompHsh- ed.fact. not Be possible to ob- tain the necessary authority from the Wilfrid Laurier, prevail- and the' Nationalists approach to Sir And- LaurierV pol- If 'his opponents .Tesppifsibllity of office tomorrow they would not ven- ture .to reverse it: Professional Warriors (Chicago Tribune.) Once war was a simple matter. A war lord had- only, to summon -his vas- sals, and .his armor, Knew Better "The poplation of our town-in round shrilly piped Squire Dur- hitt, of JLonelyville, "is "I know what the poppylation o' your town growled Uncle" Welby liosh, of "an there aint a round number in it; it's "adz.acflv v More Important Keturning Traveller (bitterly -sar- believe the buckles' on this are gold plated. There'll be a fluty to pay on those, I presume. Customs the 3ld plated, buckles. JLet us get down :o ;brass tacks. What have you got in- ;ide the valise? Seats of the Mighty "Have you" Investigated thos> -charg s against Biggunu. asked the intimate V- "Not yet" answered the distinguish- ed statesman, who was a member: of the investigating "All we have done is. to hold an. informal meeting and decide that guilty." The Kind That Gets .On-'" Booker T. Washington, congratulat-j ed by a. New York reporter; on the success he has made of said -with a smile: 7 room modern house, near in, a bargain, Easy terms 50x125 on lane, ArgyleAve., near Westminster, 50x142 1-2 on Burdett. This is a snap. Easy terms 76x142 1-2 Coutts and Charles, easy terms 6 room cottage on Coutts, modern, Easy terms. handles Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 "I suppose I must 'be modest and de cotmcn.Ii retained, to wliot tie Ttow-uktu its session miSSlOners '..i...-- ac-suun, missioners are responsible. The real .plan has already been adopted by about one hundred American cities, and not one would go back to the old methods. Tie signal merit of the new of city government is .that it Keeps the people in control of the ad- ministration always and everywhere. Arising otit of" Its vote on Monday. which'will not be until next -falL It take the best part of the year to thoroughly thresh 'out ..arm decide on the details, "so- .that no time should be lost'by th'e council of 1911 in appoint- ing the ,men in whose care the draft- ing of necessary charter or amend- ments to the present charter is-to be placed. SELECTING GIFTS THIS IS 'THE TIMS when people are beginning to get 'busy about selecting and .purchasing or iaasing The gifts they are to give to tneir Irlends as Christmas gifts. Many people, of course, have this great event the year in mind' all the year round, and the of Decem-oer ainds them prepared, but the majority of people make no preparation for Christmas in this way the last tew days. Tills is the time to make our :hases at the shops, for as the festive rea- and the <3ark room may often be used roth provid-. re. membrances. For those who purchase Their as the majority of people do, say his prayers; and go oufte kill'and" with plunder. Now, it is necessary to con suit -the consider trade nterests, to take .iiote of-the popula sentiment, to make sure' that a for eign war will not end "s-olt. Until those-questions' shall have seen- a nation s not-prepared for'war. One can why'-the pro- fessional soldier: of whatever national ity should paredness for Ytfar.iS -his trade. They -big: .armies..' They look with. contempt on the country -which could- have a tbig does not. ..Among.them they to lmpose: heavy burdens on.-., the great nations of JBut.wnieh of those nations, no how-powerful and complete its is-prepared for an aggressive war-with-'the Unit- ed States? Americans Not Extravagant (New York Globe.) To the charge the American ready -enough to Plead guilty. We waste annually en 3ugh to make another country init the accusation of extravagance is another matter. In-comparison with other nations and thrif- aside out." of income a. larger ciare that, luck, has had much to do otherwise'. in Senator Dash's shoes. "Senator Dash, of Tallapossa, prid- ed himself on his rise torn, lor Senator _____ had worked with colored men-in.'.the cotton fields. .Boasting at a political meeting' tmrSenator singled out Uncle Webster among audience. ''''-'-Z'- "'I see befof eKme-old CaThoun Web- broiling .after day: wow, ladies sad gentlemen, I. ap- peal to Uncle Calhoun. Tell-us all, uncle; oKipras J not, a good man down and a month Without Interest and Without Taxes selection. is always dii'ficuif. To send. Percentage, on au average than anv to eastern Canada or .across tie At (People in the except, perhaps antic, it is well to choase JrTench. .In '.Great Britain ,.w m. ureat Britain for typically if possible. The example, there is a closer "living up to a-mcuity is that so many curios are average, income-partlv -becausP made in. eastern' factories, and are dis- played at the same time 'in all "the scops or: the" continent. Books "are usually acceptable, if well selected. son. approache the' iifiiculties of G.U-C- selection are necessarily many of-the rJboicesi gifts gone. It might not bo out of place to say a word or two about the of good rule in the selec- of-these that no Taook should be Christinas pressnra. AS a rui; pie like to receive something if manner peo- pos- -it has firsts-been perused e and is such -as would please the-recipient. The or- dinary presentation volume is a de- lusion and a snare, and is laid away, income-7-partly because the income is small and partly because personal standing' is more likely to be established by the. scale of "family expenditure. The recent researches of M. -Lavaleye, the French economist snowed that the United States leads To1 wuz a good man, he aged negro-replied, ''you wuz- a! food man To' fak, but yo' sut'ny aidn't worlc star. For full information, call or address 1979 Suite 115 Building 1291 In the Public Eyb much, of his time working in connec- itants. he institutions founded- at J -The Mass., by the lat owns forests vinevards and "God's Methods with G. CAMPBELL MORGAN The Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, the famous preacher and evangelist was in .Tetbury, Gloucestershire Ecg :THE LETTER BOX the best known of which are ,-The- Hidden Years at ervolr. as own'water service and res- cafe, was a Baptist minister, and his-moth-.1 er the 'daughter of a Baptistnieacon.' He was educated mainly at Cieilen- ham, from which place, at the age- of twenty, he passed to a mastership li- the Jewish Collegiate School 'at Bir- mingham. He abandoned this callina 'or the 'work of an evangelist, and' in accepted a 'call to the -pastorate the Congregational Church- in Stome. Staffordshire. In 1893 ;he took narge of the Westminster Road Con j.. .1 tAJmiiAOLCJ. JTcvJclU, I, uhe world in capitalistic accumulation, gregatlonai Church at Birchfield, near Birmingham, and a few years "There's no said, the doc- r. "it's only a carbuncle coming on the back ot your- neck. But you must tor. seldom, if ever, to be opened after j keep your eye on it." later he accepted a call to the New MANAGERS, UNDER THE COAL MINES R-EGULAT1ON ACT Daily Herald, Lethbridge: fountain ker's and butcher's shop and a dairy. -Everything ;is .sold at cost price, and surplus stock is sent to the' marlcets in the vicinity. Very little money change hands.. Most of the ne- cessities of -lire are paid for in kind and by labor. When the vintage takes place each lamliy receives so much trine, and the remainder Is -sold to "outsiders." allow me a small The 'same -system prevails j uj JLJJ, U V CU, apace in your valuable paper in re-.'timber is cut each vear There are (no "poor" viiiagers. If a member o ill or M and or she receives the" first glance1 through it giver, up -witn the name, character or call- ang of-the donor. j.'no avenue man or woman would prefer a mere trifle the owner to a rich gift purchas- ed at random from -s. heterogeneous collection. Ladies do not fIn