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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 Momlay, Dcceinher 10,1912. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD �TABkltHKO DICKMMin ItOT �iiklMt)td by the Lattibrldg* Her�i� PubUahinfl Co., LW., �very IwM Vtnlni tt. Iti ���, Sixth ttraet, Cathbrldae, Alinrta, C�na��. W. A. UCHANAN editorial, Raportorlal An An* Jaft Dfpartmanta 1252 . . .DAILY SUBSCRIPTION ^ATM . 1 yaar. dctlverad ....... SA.oo 1 yaar, by mall .....tTIacleod always did manttgo to Ibe In the.swim. Th�lr citizens believe In boltig right ifp-lo-date. � Quit Stumbling Along in the Dark THE FACTS brought by General JIanager Reld of the Chinook CoUl^erles regarding the waste of slack coal fuel from local mines should be carefully studied by every member o� the Incoming council. His statements bear the stamp.of prac^ ticabillty, and while other methods of making use of this fuel other than that propounded by him might be considered better after further investigation, nevertheless he has shown a way out of the power dllB-; culty which confronts Lethbrldge whenever the question, of an industrial policy comes up. But there is no use in the council sitting back and talking of what imight be done with this slack coal. , They must find out exactly what can be done. Medicine Hat does not think It can give free gas; it knows it can, and that is the reason MedicinQ Hal is giving' Industries. And to find out just what us� may be made of the alack for manufiac-turing purposes, it appears that the only'thing to do is to bring In an expert. When a factory is not paying, and the management does not know the reason, they bring In experts to find the weak spots. Thei weak spot in Lethbrldge's .campaign for Industrleg.so far is that we have not yet learned what are our strong points.. Hire an expert-gel a good man and pay him his price. Let bltn put u� right, and then we will know once and. foi; qll whether Lethbrldge can cvjer'become the manufaoturlng centre It' seems destined to be. i^iv ing in hope may be alright, but it Is not Ih-Ing"in the 20th century. The Industrial policy was made au issue in the^ municipal campaign, and the Herald' does not propose to allov^' the 1913 council to forget Jt. i Encourage the Boys THE ROYS of Lethbrldge form an appreciable percentage of Its population, and all schemes In their Interest are worthy of public : support. And when the support desired Is moral rather than pecuniary, there is no excuse which can be raised i for not entering into the spirit Of � movements made for the moral and Intellectual welfare of those wbo will shortly liecome responsible citizens.' Such a movement la one just fn-augurated by the Y. M. C. A., .an4' .' known as the Boys" Hobfiy Show. It � Is Intended to hold an exhibition to-' wards the end of January, consisting � of the handiwork of boys of the city. � The calls for Ingenuity and application are various, and Inoludo in their � scope many U8efu.l objects for indus-' try, such as Carpentering, .Woodwork, Carving, Designing, etc. There are �also awards for what is dear to the minds of most boys, Collectlona, ' which Include stamps, coins, natural history specimens, and so on. Exhibits are also called for of pet anlmala, ffom dogs down to pigeons. Here a wise provision is made for atlmul|it- Ing kindness and humanity to dumb creatures, which should form the � traits of character of every right-minded youth. � ' The entry classes are scheduled to Include boys from under 13 years of age to those over 10 years. To ensure success the movement requires the patronage of parents, and they can do. m,uch in-helping it by giving their offspring^ the necessary encouragement. The scheme has been well devised tor furnishing occupation and pastime for boys, and at the same time it brings out what is best and latent in the youthful mind. H will serve to cause lads to spend their spare time at hoipe, and to keep them from IdaTln'if'sSiid Idling in the streets. It will, likewise. Instil a worthy spirit |of- emulation amongst them, and teach boys to depend on themselves tor amusing themselves during their leisure moments. It will be more profitable to them than reaitlng trashj' books, on which a good many are apt to depend for amusement and relaxation! Every parent of boys should bridge ig doing now, they would bo saved from a reputation which still clings to them/ l^ws and Tcgtilatlqii, for the moral welfare of a nation ahould be iinlforra. There should bp no dividing line between En�t and West in this resiiect. If old-time spirit Is to- prevail It meant a clog to progress and development OUR POINT OF VIEW Who mentioned Cnlltornln? The Utflo old gambling bylaw Una passed out of existence. Its cause appears to he doing likewise. It mi^y be that the gdniblers Will yet be sorry that they had the city bylaw: quashed. With so much slack coal going to waste It looks as If someone was mighty slack not to. have Invented some scheme to lUllize it to advantage. That the mines use it to develop their own power Is proof of the pudding. Mr. PeJleiier, who wept salt tears during the aoiKxal election in Quebec over the participation of Canadians in England's wars Is apparently developing into an ardent imperialist.-^Olllce has sonielbing to its credit after all. The Hordeu naval policy is In keeping with the wishes of the wealthy manufacturers of the east. Sir Wilfrid's is more palatable to the virile sons of the west, where a man is taken lor what he is, not because he has a long line of/credit. Tho mail who drove forty miles to soil 201) chickens in U>thl/rtdpo and failed to accomplish bis mission will wish the citizens would display n little more of the spirit of the south. Upon tho peace contorcnce now slttljiK m London rests tho onus of deciding for a cessation to war or the precipltatloii of awful carnage In Europe. Tho C. P. R. is putting on an urquiul-the-world trip starting April 1 next. But just because thoy can tjiko one round the globe, they needn't think they own tho whole universe. What Lethbrldge needs Is a public market. The incoming council should not overlook this tact. But they must renierabc* that a commifaton house for handling nuirket produce la a necessity in connection to make tho venture pay. The Calgtlry papers are gloating over tho time when the C, P. R. will enter the Brazenu coal Holds so they can get a conl supply. It's iiectiHar how atudlo^aly tho Calgary folk avoid any niontldn of Lethbrldge. Even Calgary dOes not use moreS than'lOOj-000 tons monthly, the amount mined in this Immediate district. And wo occupy the proud position oi being only 125 miles from that groat and glorious burg. However, we donsole ourselves over the fact that Calgary once brought several hundred tons of coal from Wyoming. THE securihes COMPANY Real Estate and hvestments _ ^________^_ OWNERS OF MORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sheriodc BuUding P.O. Box 1979 Phoii�1291 02^ r^'"* Early Shopping (Spokane Review) If you do your Christmas shopping today or tomorrow you will havo a belter chance" to recoup yoirrscU fiuancially before Christmas itself. Early shopping la a.n. adyatUage to the shoppers themsolvea. More material still Is the fact, that It helps to lighten thp strain and load on clerks, express companies, messengers' and postal people. Tho cougestibu of bvisinoss occasioned by the gift-mul{lns-festlvni wears and tears human nerves. The mind of the early shopper is relieved of worry, atid can derive more enjoyment from the occasion, if every shopper:,,does his own^.duty earti'.the vital social retprm advances. ' . "TananU ..Should Vote (Tnber Times) k There Is one change in the new towns act, among others, which the towns of Alberta should Insist th,it the legislature should make at the coming session, 'atid that is the insertion of a clause pTovidln!� tenants with a franchise in municipal elections. There are very many citizens \yho are prominent in nhq town affairs, who exorcise a great Interest in the welfare of the municipality, who en-en contribute Indirectly to a great extent to the revenue of the town, hut who are disenfranchised because they do not happen to own any projfcrty. It may bo years before a business lyan Is nblfe to own the property he is doing business on. or the house ho la living In,- yet he is not allowed a voice in the election of the couucll which fixes the rate ho must pay tor his electric light, or for the water he uses. It is only reasonable that a tenant's franchise, with a proper I'e-sidence clause, covering say, six months or a year, be made a part of the new towns act. use his.or her efforts to ,Induce them to enter- Into the comp�'tltion. A little encouragement goes a long way. The Y. M. C.A. Is doing a great deal for the moral uplift of the boys of Lethbrldge. It ia engaged In a moat laudable task, and its work Is as much for the benefit of parents as for the boys themselves. All It needs Is cooperation, and this should come forth spontaneously. "The Spirit of the West" IN ALL CO.MMUNITIES there is found a certain section who, eveii if not directly interested, arc apt to kick against lUlempts at reforms. Tho reasons gtinerally put. forward for expressing disapprobation are those which havo in them the votieor of plauBlblllty, but this does not make them any the more sound. In this part of the Dominion we iii'e apt to hear a good deal of the eplrlt of the West, with tlio liberty which is claimed for It. Unfortunately, tho few who place stress on this Bentlment are led away by the glamor OL a word, and do not pause to give It the consideration 'which it de-servos. Thoy do not realize that tho West is in process of evolution, and having thrown off Its swaddling clothes is well on Its way to deliver itself from tlie wild and .woolly re-' port with which It has been accustomed to be associatod, and which la atm held with regard to it in some places outside. AVe refer to what some choose to call the Introduction of eastern methods In the regulation of the moral tone of ithls city. There have been restrictions placed lately, and rightly placed, on all forms of gambling, and ihough the majority of the citizens Electad.the Right Man (Cardston Cllobc) Martin Woolf, lM.P.P., just recently returned fron^.a lour of flje ^eastern part of the constituency. B-ver since taking oftice.-tlio member for Carlton has seemed "To have the Interest/s, of every part of his district at heart and Is anxlous>-faf*Si�'rve all partj^Dis'atjke. There has been more work "done on the roads In 1912 than In, any two years since the Cardston district wiis organized. At Magrath and south of Raymond ftvc-outllts have been busily employed on the roads while V-000 haa been spent on the roads east of Coutts.- A new,steel bridge Is being put in at Milk River station, while another such structure is being placed at Ashe's crossing 21 miles enst of Coutls. The improvements in our own immediate district have been Just as many and all towns are receiving, benefit therefrom. To stafe one case we will mention the road between Hill Sprjng and Cardston on which the governm^t has expended-11200 In cash Tor tHe special benefit of the To Sell Goods You must get into the homes of the people look with approbation on the activities of the now Chief of Police, there aro those we luu'o mentioned who consider his actions as taraiiering with what they choose to term the liberty of the'West. Liberty in this case spells licence, for it allows praolicea which have been declared unlawful in all clviliv-ed communities. The countenancQ ot such on thP sole plea that it is in keeping with the western spirit would be enough to turn Lethbrldge into a city of retuge tor the worst element in the (�onllneiit. -Surely, no one Interested in the weltiiro o( the city would wish it to earn thig opprobrium, purely foi- the sake of a meretricious idea. WOBtern cities are rapidly udvauo. Ing In clvlli'.jittipn, thoy are at the nvoet IntBTestlpg point of their development. Uko the sevpcnt they are casting off their o'ld sklna, und absorb. Ing all that Is.best which thp oxpcc-ienoe of older cominimitiea have furnished thorn. The real freedom we enjoy will not be enoroached upon. It Is only thqse things which toud i� draw away men's, minds from serious occupations that are being done away with. If some .other cities In "their carljer stagey had done wiiat Letli- You can get into the homes of all the people of Lethbridge, day in and day out, by advertising in The Herald which has a citycirculation exceeding the number residences in the city Third Avenue We Own or Control several of the very best located corner properties on this avenue SEE lis BEFORE BUYING Wilson & Skeith C. p. R. AGENTS Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 people. H. D. Folsom, our enterprising lumber merchant, has secured the contract for furnishing the material for re-flooring the St. Mary's and Kimball bridges, and also the town bridge over Lee's Creek, all of which work Is to bo done at once. The Anonymous Writer (SImcoe Reformer) A number of newspapers in Ontario have decided to no longer publish the communications of anonymous correspondents, and thus put "Ratepayer," "Pro Bono Publicq," etc., out ot business, If a similar policy had been rigidly adhered to in the long ago there would not have been no ".lun-lus" letters. There are undoubtedly times when resort to anonymity is both Justltlable and desirable, but, on tho other hand. It is often resorted to in order to mislead the public or to indulge In personal attacks from under cover. It would not be wise to.insist that all letters intended for newspaper publication should be signed by the real name of tho writer, but no self-respecting publisher will permit the newspaper which ho controls to become an instrument for the venting ot private mallcp or for unfair attack. "1 .heard an odd thing today," he saW^^ "A man has Invented a process for making clothes out of paper. I'd hate to take a chance on wearing any of th'em." "Of course you would," replied the wife, "because then you'd be afraid of going on a tear."-Youngstown Telegram. Answered at Last A Swede was being examined in a case-In a Minnesota town, wbere the defendant was a,ccused of breaking a plate glass window with a large atone. He vi'as pressed to tell how big the stone was, but he could not explain. "Was it aa big as my fist?" asked the nervous judge who had taken over the examination from the lawyers in the hope ot getting results. "If ban bigger," the Swede replied. "Was it as big aa my two Bsts?" "It ban bigger." "Was it as big as my head?" "It: ban about as long, but not so thick!'.' replied the Swede amid the laughter of the court.-Saturday Evening Post. Still Waiting Willie-"Grandpa, can you make � noise like a frog?" ! "Grandpa-"Of course not. Why do you ask?" Willie-"Because whenever ma aeks papa for anything he tells her to wait tin you cpoak." Not the Horse for Hlif) A German farmer was in search ot a horse. "I've got just'lhe horse for you,' said the liveryman. "He's five years old, sound as a dollar and goes ten miles without stopping." The German threw his hands skyward. "Not tor me," he said, "not for m^. T live eight miles from town, and npit dot horse I hat to valk back two miles." "Just par a Joke Would be Handicap)aed She-1 intend to run for alder-woman as soon as we get our rights, �.He-Well, it is to l�e hoped that the styles change, and that wometi do not wear hobble skirts when they start running for oOlce. Cutting Nellie-They say mustaches a coming back. Mamte-^Do you care? Nelll^Certainly. I think most men look much more handsome and it'nightly with them. Mamio-Weil, of course, I suppose you know, 1 was too young lo take nollce when they went out of style.- Chicago Record-Herald. Some Truth in Thia A country school teacher was cashing her monthly cheque at the bank. The � teller apologized for the filtliy condition of the bills, saying: "I hope you are not afraid of microbes." "Not a bit ot It," the schoolmarm replied. "I'm sure no microbe could live on my salary."-Llppincott's. Slater on' th� Warpath Little Totnmy, at the""mo\ies," saw a tribe of Indians painting their faces and asked ills mother the aiii-niflcance of this; ^ "In�Jlan8," hla mother said, "alnays paint their faces before going on the warpath-before scalping and tomahawking and murdering." Nfxt evening, after dinner, ag the mother entertained in the parlor her daughter's ydung man, Tommy rushed downstairs wide-eyed, with fright. "Come on, come on, mother," he cried. "Let's get out of this' quick; sister Is going on the warpath." Ever In Danger Drown, who sometimes liKog |o wander from the fireside of his own home in senrch of the friends of his youth, was trying lo get his wife into u good humor before ho �prpng the usual e.\cuso about iho otnc." 'business down at Canadian Pacific Railway Home Visitors' Excursions -TO- United States Points Retuiii Faro from Lethbridge MiiinesipolLs or Ht. Paul $43.40; Diiliith .$43.10 Chicago, .i;�1.40 Kansas City $66.90 CORRESPONDING FARES TO MANY OTHER POINTS. TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 1st to 31at, 194�. RETURN LIMIT THREE MONTHS FROM DATE OF ISSUE. For further particulars call on S. B. Mltchsll, Ticket Agsnt, Lethbrldge, or wrice to ' R. G. McNEILLIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. ;