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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUlvLETiiBRlDGE DAILY Thursday, Febniai'.y 2, L, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OEOEMBEF? -iso? i Frtliibtd By the Lethbridge Herald Publishing- Co., Ltd., ercry its office, Crabb Street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada BUCHANAN, MAXAGI.XC UIKECTOI: AND EDITOR PHONE: Reportorisl, Kews DepL and PHONE: Advertising Circulatlcn ...ii.OO ...11.75 ____85c Addresses '..-banged as of tec-as desired, but both nsv and old itidresses KUSI fce 21 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES year, i 1 year, by mall months, I hs 8 months, delivered.....11.03 I C luonthS; bi I Juor.th. delivered. .......35e 3 motrlis, by :r.aIJ WEEKLY HERALO PabHehed every Y.'ednesiiay la elgbt oi-mcre pagee. anil suuiQiwyi of ibe cews 01 the local and district, year, in advance......51.50 t 2 months, iu C mouths, :u ....7oc THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT FIR The oldest luturmnce Office In be v or id FOL'.NDED A.D. 1710 BI-CEMC.'UIY HOME OFFICE: LONDOX, ENGLAND SUN Be Toronto, H. U. BUcLliuru, OUR POINT OF VIEW And ttu all the credit TO 'the jwr-sued-by the Board of Trade last few years. lr. "Bourse has! Trade, wiih cue exceprioc are all ilif-jgiveu 10 all matters concerning :hej ferenf. frcai rhe and Council The reeort also enlighten of-" iSlft. A'.aonz :heui many ofr'i? people as To the vast amount to the former standard vr.ll be.approv-j iluence H does ed by-everyone who recoginzes not seem to-be over-stating the case, pornuice tJiesetfairs in; the agricul-j to Mr.. says, that the-L'n- tural developmeuL-Qf Ue eoimtry.-, ited States must-soon become per- maneiuly ail importer of foodstuffs.'It is obvious that Canada is the readiest j source of supply. Jt requires very lit- i tie effort of the huagiuaciou to foresee! a filling up of tbe Canadian un- der the reginie, even more rapid man that we have recently observed. With" most of farm products "the gin of nrot'it sliriu'ks very low" they have to be carried across the At-j lautic. .More''would remain; if-they] were. Sold nearer home. In the' sec-{ ond place, the pe'ople on this contin-1 Luke Lea. lias jus i.been elected Liiited tffates seaator for Tennessee, be youngest member ot" the senate. He is oli years old. ilr. Lea is editor of tbe Nashville Teunesseean, and a .prohibitionist. of B. C., .wants another elec- non. it's all very Avell.for him.-.to talk the'Liberal .-party is all bust .up, Goxvn and our, MORN down and of 1910. A'.aong cheui many people as TO the vast amount of "the city's mosi progressive and tlone Koarti during ihe misuc business Hen under year. .The staiistlcs collected.by "direction ihe Board of 1311 ittie President arrd incorporated in Ebor.ld be cleve were :i Tory living-iu some other prov- ince, he would not be so keen for a ent can alforoT to pay higher prices j tban cau the ccra'suming classes, in En-1 i rope. That the. pros-1 it is hoped members pecr. is j'air. Banking 'Reform (Toronto 'N'igur.'i and press Trav- ei-s.of the Farmers, did. not coii-- -Udinite .to the. .Fielding tesuuionial. If-j tney .cannot "find; something bigger: fs? :ae been. Hatch has unbound-'place" nere. v.-J i in. Lethbridge'ann The. retiring officers r.ad council of ih'i'. Ke has always been active Iniclie Board of Trade are entitled to the -Ci j l'r'ne the'Imperial Bank ck jot public address concernhfg the Bank Act and the ebn- I template! ameriulnoius ierl out that in-view of the proposed Hardly had some whereby, .the--balance., sheet ed demanding that the Liberals.ihcmUlj presented at meeting movement for the advancement jchanks'or every citizen for the W> Frde Trade be signed by the.general manager.and dry and he should give escel- Wrlflclnc Iraere.st they have they .began to attack .the reci- vice a? the'hea-1 of the Boarci in the "work ot the and the -Tr.sde: proraotioa cf- the city's interests, and ;yestioa whether the citizens rto the iKhv-QffJce'rs we -would say that to the record of appreciate the service the r if rhfl- even keep up TrV President ace Council have old Board'they wil be doing theci- done on behalf of the city. Mr. Xourse selves and the city credit. procity >rrangeraeriL as .a free trade matter and .untvprthy.'o[ the 'Liberal government. Ic 13.certainly impossible to please thp poor lelloxys. The Alberra Fairs Asapciatiou con- yention is the biggest 'siirprise. party LetM'Jridge ever hadl will coiac froui all over, the province im- cer such unfavorable railway condi- aons. it .shows tiiat they consider the Dushiess of handling fairs 'is: a very important matter. According to the. carefully coinpileu register, of the -jrouetarj' Can- ada's lire Inss last year three .directors, in all cases.the .sign- ers to. be -held .personally, reapousible for any missratejnents, wbether'v. In- tentional .or. unintentional, it .would be du'ticult to. of character! willing to take upon Lhemselves such responsibilities. Without Interest J- and a-mo Without Taxes Price to For full information, call or address The Standan P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building 1281 EDUCATION FOR WORKING YOUNG PEOPLE N GIVING evidence before the ance arter inirteen or fourteen. Tecnaical Hdnca-ion Commission! Tnis have an added the other Prjicipa; in that it would have tend- er one -y. collegiate Institutes to overcome "one of the weak- Toronto; made a suggestion that looks! neS5es of system. The [average boy. who goes steadJly to irasible. and xhicn would aid very until- be- goes thc leriasiy in the solution of the problem; with reVy little knowledge of of educaring these who have to start; LGe ways of work and the world. ;ui average daily loss of., for tnelr living before they floes not realize the value or use per capita. Besides that 255 complete iteir sagjasc- j his anfl conseQiiently is not. ed :hat prorislo-a "ba iakde for special j as a mle. overdilifent in seourjiic .naif-day classes boys and j te can cT it. .But the plan of gjrfs. He expressed confi'leiice thtti tne boy hatlf a ftay and fcai' R The factories and would! Gay at school -will give tbe boy to Lars ialf-day shifts, sojcaauce to see some of life, and ro inat half their employsss of a certain! Unow what use an education is, and Mr. O. R: W'ilkle is unquestionably is.that the monthly returns sent. rrect. What director, even "iti the to-the Finance Minister shall be sign- correc of giving his entire time "to tlie most unlikely presumption by g .ed by_ the chief accountant, by the; and by tbo general manager.; Uiink we will ruck. the way, for directors that are. worth j and. that all three shall be liable to i imprisonment should niisstatemerus. j "unintentional or intentional, creep in-' to these reports. This amendment is j interesting, in view of the evidence! while are "busy "in" H position, to "know at-'first hand--that the statement signed-by him-was cor- rect "iu every Could a-utreetor (he descriiitions of scen- ery in "Bestseller's novel aooil'.1 (.Jrca t. uiack eye. "Uow uocs ho e.xcbinied "thc'inesseu- ger indisniuitiy, tio'oth- Tim-iinst I ever sUip-1 er iciil that dons it; it a have detected thai. AWTf. Travers was'-iv'en "in the Toronto Police Court the Took- 3 Bunch to Get Him falsifying the boohs of the Farmers j other day by- the chief accountant and j 'l'he messenger lioy v. :tlUed inio iljci'Joys do witii (in. lawsuit) you rhiiilc do you Bank? 'Could a director in survey of affair -sous lost their lives'in fires in Can-jMaric Bank discovered that .the last rear, or almost "fire every rallying, the Carelessness 'was itie chief aud the or in the course! inspector of the Fanners Bank. In res-i irs in the. Ville lifying in r.he Travers' case J. 0. Fitz-1 would work one half day and go; also give him some idea of the kind "to school the other hall, and thc sec- -oad shirr would do :ae same. is one worthy consiclerauoa. In tbe great majority! of cases parent are satisfied if their and rrirls can earn enough to Keep themselves or even partly do so state provides thit children must KuenoT school up tn certain aze, gen- .erally fourteen, but after that it is tip to.tbe young peor.Je tuemseJves to get any Thlss has prov- ,rd a irreat drawback to rnsny. Adding to Mr. Embree's suggeaiiori it would ;-be well to consider the plan of in- creasing ihe age of compulsory attend- ance 21 .s'rhpool io .asxteen or seven- teen. perrnitiinc: a half at (end- of education he wants. It is safe to predict that under this system he of I woiHd learn more in the half day than cause, pctl. This fire -rcaste "nuist be stop- he would in the whale day if he had floce no work. Many parents consider! nada to reject." it best to keep their boys out of school and put them to work for a yeur. so as to give them some idea of life oat- sirte of the school-room in order that tnfiy may tbe better nse their educa- tional advantages when they return. This schema would obviate the neces- sity of such action. If the govern tnenis of rhe provinces can get tlu, manufacturers and other employers of labor gcfieraiiy 'o fnH into lino it would be a good thine to pass lafton alonj The lines Tde Toronto News, a nev.'spaper. referring to the re- ciprocity agreement, says: "Under all the circumstances, however, recognizes rhat has offer- en rerms whicli itjs rtifficult' for Ca- A. C. Yokome is the name oE a" young man who is leaving I'eterboro to join the staff or the -Medicine Hat'Xews. Anyhody who knows f'eterborb" ttiis young man's father as one of the its of note Could the di- rectors of the Sovereign Bank have known that the valuation of.assets as set down by the general manager were mostly wrong? Could a single director or three directors, have checked up thc general manager of the Ontario Bank when that individual was falsi- fying the books and gambling with ihe funds in Wall Street? CanJd a direc- tor of the People's Bank have checked up the general manager, who overval- ued assets to she extern, of two mil- linns? In each am) every case some mem- bers of the directorate, none of them professional bankers. i ediiorial ronm and Handed a Io the telegraph editor. whose banking experience ex- 'Hie latter noticed the t'cntis back over a period of forty '______'_._________ years, while admitting that ir was hisi' business (o inspect the head office j of the Farmers, acknowledged quite j freely that had he dared find fault with Travers' methods he would have been without an occupation. In other; he would have been discharged.; The chief accountant, further testified; thai the books seenwl all right, but! in any event his forty years' exper- ience in banking had taught him never} the general manager's val- i personally, for the last conpla of years I'.ve, b'eeri wearing V.-Jdbw. THE. CANADIAN BANK OF .SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L...PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD. GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS7 CHEQUES PLAY FAIR won Id estimable citizens of that pro-1 found themsp-lves in jail had this pro- gressive city, and those who are ac-.Posed amendment fieen'tn force. Yer fiuainted with the newspapers of would fn'nb bavr prevented tario. Snow that the father, who is perpetration of the frauds ami th-i editor ot the feterboro "Examiner; is'subsequent-losses to tlift one ot the hosWnformed and most capjanrt tne dep'osit'ow. laMe wriiers on Ibe Ontario press. If! one 1 the son follows in "bis father's foot- M-he Ville Marie steps, he will fill a foremost place injlbc President, of the bank, while ini .offevrv- dheqCic. instance, that of Bank. In Ibis case VERY ?KNS1BLR and sane as neccsEary as fair play Journalism. is the this charge is not fair lr sren Standard. It is no! of tlie leader" sorr. It rhinks for! In rcrnrd to thc offorf (o ir.-i Jure Mr. Fielding by chargir.z Tra- j jVers o' the Farmers Hank cDnirlb-jiedi j "U'e ranriot.see any poiiiicaj ad-; is to bn gsJuerl out of the; nut in circulation by sundry j and newspapers that Travers rontributcd to the fund I Vhic-jj mac5e tip 'he purse TO Hon. llr. J 'icldinzr. Minister o-t Finance." In the Iiln: merely contenipiihlc. for we nli! (and it announced the! t'.njej rh.it .Mr. Firlilinc has j toirf, has and docs not want; "o Snovr nv-rt- Tho roarribuinrs u-j nis fund. For o-ir p.iri WP felt 2rj respect to -ift {0 :.Jr. Flsliiins! tc.it Jr. rry.tl'.l rot i ir.ako ar.vi flir.'nrencr ;o him in his or conduct. If he 1? Iior.psi-- From Other Sanctums crooked bank; waik in the pnilss of virtue. It will take more drsaiiir measures to; keep men llkn from flipping' Sir Bill and Sir Dan Will Do Times.) troubles too. No! ll and Han. lorrzor can Now we th'.nk thf jj'.rr mako htm or.eFf. thr. df not more hnaover his office daily, .and hearing a far tion ar that. of.lieing an astute j banker, was fooled up to the eyes by his general manager. Through a sys- c iir.v.'l? u {.nil llillll jtem ofjalsc entr.es and by otoer frau- their- g fi.. Idujenl prsciices. the old presiaent of- I the Vijie Mnri.e one day found his In- ifltitution of all available funds the legal limit, of note circutation exceeded by seme This old bank presidenr. then in his seventies. j went to prison for his criminal negH- jrenoe, but this did nor give back to the depositor? iheir money, o" which ,uation of assets. Under these circumstances, what isj by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are itic most convenient the signature of a chief accountant j which to carrv money travelling. They are neprotiablc. worth on ihe monthly returns? -Doesi everywhere, ;uui tlic amount payable prin- cipal foreig-n countries is primed on ihe.fucc I cheques are Issued in In connechon Cheques Tljiranadian Bank of Commerce .has iwoklel ontiiled "Information of I ritcresl to lho.se Federal Oovernmorit or under jur-; about'td will be sent Tree to .-jnyone arpiying for it. isdictlon of the Bankers' Association.'_ _ C Nourse, it give any a dried value to a nosp.ncr :n. 0r or Decent :i crc-n; thine; in play a. game. Hica; came. !airly." j.< j t-n by ever: A Cress Country Champion (Orillia Parkef.) McaJtle Xopbitt did not any toojttey lost some eighty odd per cent. Tor ;hr 1 oron'? mayoralty; but j Wnrn a general manager" of ihe l.a--' iearncfi since. !stripe of Travpr? srarts ont _____ erateiy creditors, for, u, c -ru which ho par tho the, Must have Been There i era jsupervcion of one or :nore ital.zarp Alneron.j Jis '.ban v.se'.pgs. it Wiivn'T ii. wc< k aTttr Xesoiu was 3F no "A critic said tin- last paint in? lac ed wRrmtli. V.'hat do you srigReat? ".V York American. i yov. nnrt your liar tasks'' j think ;o. doir; hcr..-oo'Kinsr. ax-: anione tlu.- tbf ver.vifp.5sp to the rioposirurs anJ j :-oc Xesoiu was reported {stockiicldrrs without any really effee-1 r east o: U'euskiwin thatjtjve check upon ihft hanker whose in-j And you sav your rnncts jfor bis'own i Another of {iroposcd so. or s No. F uidn'i ne mere TO get Statesman. J win th? money, do you'. OF CANADA Capilal, Rtst ccd Profits Toia! Asscls Over Hall Your )sits to us. your Pass- book, and will return the VvTiltcn up. When you wish to withHra'iV us thc Pass-book, say how mncli you want, and will scntt it lo yon at once. If you are far from a linking Town yon will find this of ours a great convenience. Call aiul sec cur Manager it. Main Office cor. Rniinrf Sub-Office Westminster is. Fid.. N. Stirling A. H. Roach. Acting Ma Grassy E. W. Luckhsrdt. Manser R. TINNIN Manager. ;