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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fes KETHBItlDGK, Al.BKRTA, HHDAY, JAM'AKY IS11 -I-'IVE CKNTS XUMKEK ti torn A LIBRARY IN EVERY POSTOFFICE At HIES first agricultural fair tve-r ty tJio hi thai vjchiUy. ht-M at Ciiassy Lakti u muvc was i-i-i Ilia Hanker hi-arly fool bv Joseph Trao. COB.IBJS- 1 v of commerce and of Llife chv, looking Lowanl iho ea lhat U 'was dll'r suread aRhutltm. -re :as id tt.: rly I matte the eurhfiURo of Likely Thai W-Decision UK- Reached Grace HcGrjppc of :i lu ;aud h throughout Ihu Douiiuiou. The us address In Hie. opr-n :isr 'K3ke as Hit r ordinary received tho lieartv orn dlio Imo U. UIL- matter iirs: i-d The- lo x-ks ut easy or de> iiiatr ;s to ovi-r I he- Hi It llardii1, sstujicr niifp jiublii1 and C'n wh-he years Mill -ut Hit- mblic utilities. the ji i-j cot carrk il lu-a Sicimtl. t! :i i-orn-f UK ft. with M-: of imd I -to Q. u sljuri' imuin.- uiiLiurs. 11 tm1 jiiu tu- Jay. (Vp.iiiUsLfi d was in iiltf u ft iir al niiock ami was MMJH busy pU'hi the llirrada of ihr: ntyV: hiftluerc he dropped v-heti ill. liarrlii> it.stalled ins ftcf: OcijunLiwoijpr arrhci Jjst nklri- i flip in' .riiiiTS 01" ihu L'Mna. was j Mr. Tracy has Jirjtn lusy r-ro emhtjstosiically ami cor- cxati rfita. the rvaail [J. is i.ic-aiit Ly THK POSTAL UBKARY? A. Till-; POSTAL LWKAHY Is :i project lo louku uf l.ctk? .UI.GHC iw. Ca inexpensive as It Is to receive or M-ini ordinary inalL lias such u library b'jen presided in any otber cc-mmy.1 Il Is a ucw EcJjfun- and aftorUs an lo i-u: a-U a mnili-Jit-ilt1'! for people ol this Dominion but also lo lead ihe oilier t'jiioLj in a Q. Why is It fjillfil THK POSTAL I.UUtAUY? A. Hec-ause the Library Is to be provided, by tite TaumJa a Q. v.'hy should the Uovi-rnment undertake lo provi.lL. libraric-s? A. A survey of the whule country shows that the people cr.; nw (ofun; iih i hi n thru plats Euch as Andrew L'anitglt liavu beeu largely Three i.- of all the jiro'nj.-li ur n Known Labor Leader By Decision to Sever Connec- u-ads Poll in Vote For Board of Control lion Wilh Great American Corporations ur Mm n -'l lij- ibe OHir ilit-'I library f Lt-od u of riuch of iilji 2.-i lien- ff fi.r-u-.l by r. in.ijuritv Aid. (3 STREET STARTLED :puli in Dcjiendenco philanthropy is unworthy tin- j.ropk1. He si tic.-? lii dale :ire very meagre and seauored, Cirant.s by Provinces (itus and uy private individuals hi provided f-oine creilitabiu liuraiies notably :ii Oniavio. Tfie reports tiiov.' nt-ariy of Ontario are snii oul of reach of any Horary privileges. The I'roviiu-cs ure far ly-hitjil Ontario. I :t (rontlt-r. The outlying ami sparsely sott'.eu ciistricis (auiiot txi-ecl adtqnatt library privlk-fUfl lur jiein UottB :il tiiG present rate of THK I'OSTAL LIlMlAitY will H-Q 'A'lioU- ril the iipu cvfry (oraurjiilty in the country ami that dc'ny, tj. Why choultl the 1'Oot OtliCf Hie A. Tiie 1'ont OHice operates -everywhere and all the it is oatiblisiicd. It now has housing HJ his holi- tics in r-very community. It !ias the Lest inexpeneivc facilities for riUlnlmiioiL and tollt-ttlon of Luc cold The addition of Iho Library service to the I'ust OHlue Is teriuhily us :if that of the 1'arcel I llors SltCarthv, Announcement Had Not Been Anticipated and the Market Was Stunned is now -ar's hoard J, William V K. Ualion i, S. U. WitktiU. t A. NL-W York, I'. tV Co-, today annoursccd thai il hail sL'vercii tniiiirction vvitli EOIDC uf [the greatest corporations iu Uicco'Ju- ____ __________ ____ 3 .Mr. (Irore bush.esa nill be. in sumo Canadian i dur.p. (Vruiiii will A. Public Reading ROOMS are not now in Urge demand and are to inahuafe. lU-bt results are had by j .'.l does not include rublic rurtiiB rooms. Insteadij w Uait. 3, Dr. Uil- oRice and individual nnoir CJ .1. Jars- you. 'json, Wnrd 2, Hr. Joint r Nolle Ward 3, William Houston ,y i.. and in iti tl; i and reading ut home or In private. THK ['OSTAI. LICRAJIY scheme dcrk routine Xu i and colltclton of books through the mail oxtuuds liic'Llbrarj' to every houio school ofii ear of itijiiorfant (jurt-boliuv will 1j tho Library" will licreufier Le out of date as THE POSTAL LI BRAKY will comL- lo yo rtturc 1Lot coat of Jirovlding THB POSTAL LlBUAKV he prohibitive? I It is lil-'ch' clin-s lc us ass-jme lhat one hook per capita with piopcr irieana of circulation would be a'dequaic Hbi.irj fjn nVard I, Miles o, all the jiuojile. Again let us assurne.that for-aif averase.of yor volume a suitable collection of Ward C, W, W. Ik ...........r-, purchased bv the a supply'and a higiier coat than for anv pulilin library noir tn iM'ini'? .lanes l-'llis lulurc. .Miyu.jOn slated this iellce hi Canada." Tho amount ihcrerore required lo purchase all the hooks for THE FOST.U, LlBKAlfY be niornifii; tlul suvl....... ._..... _ 0. ttinn That is a comparatively small appropriation for the Government- Thu t .ipieavp me com-UcsEion provided to assist tbe In Vcterinaiv The improvement of a inisstoiiCrs iicoV- outside I hour often costs a larger amount while a modern baUleruilp iy eEliaratcd to insi i Parliament al inter-tucking directorates." Aiaiiflfi llic companies irctn retirctl arc York Central .il the Haven railroads. .1. made tiiis statement: "TiLC nccfioity of attending many board meoiincs has been so serious ihc wyrk in the i-ilv. Held lias airoinoujiopil l.rc in favor nf but can l-Cil until Coin- OJljce hours will libeiv ni. lo p.m. No annual ifcavc lifeu receiv- ed the cojnirs, hut I! is hands ior ihe day meeting. Q. Where would this large supply of books he kept? B would A. THE POSTAL LIBRARY will operate with cvvry p0sl Office in the coiiLtry :ir- a branch. The Loo- be distrib'jled over thu Dominion according to the population. A Post Office servinK 20'J peaplo Toronto library of 200 LOOKS :intl nn office serving 10.000 people ivould have a library of boo'ss aiul would have a library of say 400.000 volumes Winnipeg volumes Halifax 46.000 volnmts V; volumes St- Jolm Uawsron City.9.000 anil to on. fialler The libraries in tha larger cities tvp'Jhl quitQ complete in theniselve.-. The Postmaster in a s; Thus thu would drstv on a nelghborlug larger office for auy book desired and Ms library did not tV.e ciost remote frontiersman la Canada would have ihe same unlimited leading privileyts :ss thoso wealthiest resident ol ibe metrojiolls. LEGISLA-SED BY THE ASSEMBLY hurdcn upon our time, tliat- trc have loni; wished to from tlic di- rectorates OE many corpora lions. Most of these directorships we have accepted reluctance and only be- raristr we frit constrained lo teep in- touch villi the prorfriies which ivi: re-organized or securities recointnejnJpri id ilif. p'lbliL1, ii here anil abTo.iif. "An" apparent change itj u'jblic jlimcut in ly 'directorships of the Hoard' of-'secms noT." to us in j Hallway resign iroiit 01 fhesr connec- cemhRr L'H, rescinding Order No. ItJOJ'i !tions- Inilecrt, i( way-be1, in view. Order No I'WAS -b 'i jJuC ilsiorn- [fia-- thu ml-.'' iroi. uic from :t at the ivern in t-iil, was ns fuHow-c: (hainnan. A. There will be the usual wear and tear which inus-l ho nrovidcil for. Ordlitaiv librarlcfrertain before lending books. THE POSTAJ, URIIAHY wotiM do Each book vmild bavcfantee up to ;i certain .Tliopo id borrow books from TI1K J.lRIt AKY would first secure file a will protect liie iiir.cunt by some rate-payer securing safe return of books und payment of fees. This anU are interestt-U Library agairst JOSSC-F. Again since peojflc ihe Post Office they liave in its su-" ill its security, Q. In wbal manner will hooks fan frnm THF, POSTAL L1BRAHY? A niejiared for liiat p'jrnwMj A. The method should be very slmplp. Wlien a book is desired a canl fort. sasne ns any oihcr maii would by filled up sismpert lo llic ninount of the rcriiiired fee and dropper! in the mail return of :i book niallL-r. In duo time Hie book would be delivered in tisc manner as other lanUourso his guarantee was su1 Tic as simply done. A jicrEon might draw any number of hooks desired I1 cicnt. Q. Would not the of such service bo excessive? >'n dvilijiod Tlic low A. The I'osial Service is the best, cvnmple of and economy found L Oflice has been a comiuu- cost of llic clerical work anil nf Ihc transportation collection and distribution by tlio waste of time in conversation astonishment. THE TOST A L MUTIAHV ivill operate by mail. There will of tlic additional scuicc will he The books v.ill yo and ccmc with Ittlors papers and parcels and the ex Ifilit- Q. are contemplated for the UPC of books? a fee uf 2u would be suflitiont r n te mal as other provided of tlio I'rovi; wiil va dnllep. jard, A. J. luirmnn of .ways Cor.nnission. ut. yiiJ in llko vll! retirp from of tlio Provincial Hie chair- nninsliip ht iliall :lm frnncMpe, A. The enterprise be launched on u self-supporting bssia. It is be 'or liie use of n book for 7 days. A charge nf Gc per day might bu made for ove ijooks- The could be paid by attaching ordinary- stamps. Q. Xecd TH1-; T03TAL LIBKAHY be confined to the cirenkilion of books? A. N'o. moving jilcturc films music records ,nnrl other apji iuatniction bg inclined and thereby provide btrasions for home? the llbfi. Sudi servu.> would add greatlv to the enjoyment of life in rural con :ime to encourage prompt relurn of Again THK JJUUAUY will elevate Hie profusion of Librarian 1 increasing demyinl for expert library service Loylslators editors teachers; pro more are assistance In Library research. TUB POSTAI LIE fee of Fay 50c pcv hour for the tlmu of the-Librarian. Such expert st nee principal and be availablp to alj the people. devices for amusement aiiU inrehc-.s sotietiea schools loJged aiid .iii'J on Ihs front lor. imporrance. Theio is a rnpiilly cssiional people public ofiicifxls more rcvtY niigM pi probably 1 provide tbis for a all th'c- bmlge. Tlie delivery aren is as y rjtli "A Xortli, froni 7th !th avciiue N., street I'nd avcuiiQ stiett and two sirceis enclosing Ijloc-k liOT. thu bridge to Isi avcisuo S., 1st street H., Rili avenue to r.rd btrca S., thence folio whig lie brow of (lie escapement lo 10th S., 13th street S... 7Di avenue L ;th sh-pi't s., Jud avenue S., i3th street S. 1st X., JJiih aireet X-, a.nd Till avenue N., lo the point of Etartinif. it.. jfrtjiii the companies mentioned, and cspcet, Iror.i time lo lime to withdraw from other boards uposi which feet there JM tin special ob- lipation to remain." TLt- companiri which .Air. referred to iroui whose hoard liieni hcis of the linn have already tod as directors are J. P- Morgan, N'eiv Central and" Hirer Kailrcatl' coir.pany.; West Shore Railroad cnriipan'r Lake anrl" Michigan Suulhcni rail-. roail Michigan Cciitrjl raiiroau1; (Continued on paso WHAT FIGURES TELL 1913 tinilOing pcriniis Hank clearings St.imp pjilca....... Street raihvay receipt Customs receipts Mk'b-, JnJi. Guv- nnor Ffiiis tcceivcs iurliicr infurnia- _tioit froni Joliti U. solici- oi the licpaitinenl of is nov; in ih? Calumet cojipct mine sir ftp region, FLO action will Lc t.ikcu b; t IIP extcnlne to coijimunSeJle _ I'Aitli President Shaw, of ihc Calumet Customs Receipts company in uu cf- recetivis ;t rntherjfurt In obtniti ;i basis of iicgolialions off for this jiorl. a-seUloniCiil of flic lahor riiflicui- ihoy are sli'shlly aiicaii of tho lir-s. 'IVjis 'iViis ar.nowii'CiI nl'i'ie gov- total. Thu monthly figures jcrnor'.s oITitr today. 'The into DAKOTA VSENATOR DEAD I'. .Sharpe, of tlio lifbiory at nilrlnlght Wcflnp.-day, seems to have cornered fo.' il.sclf ihe title of houdoo only in bridge, but rrll over Iho world, 'Tiplil money" lias been the cry, .iiul in writing DID flnnnelal Ftory of for Ihe yonr it Is apparent city. Moving its In no branch covered by t Ju fi.aiirci above has tiicru been an in- crease in the business done (luring llin Thla Ls not uneiportert. IX'thbi'Mgo Is not the only city that tt'ls the sanio slory. Pnielieally ev- il! the cry ciiy in Csnaila I sai 10 (ecdfiiicy. Buitdiiig f Hie Inillilfnz aro down 11115.ytiirya. ol liulldltrg jjrton uonc. O him 17J permlla wero (or public ami business blocks, IS for warcb.oiiscs, 71 foe on'eliing3. nm1 the remainder re- jiiiirs jind flllemUons. Tlio month by are: Jnnnnry Kebniary............ l April Tlio outJcnk b fjill.. (u Iocs! traders nnd liusiufss jncn. no largo blocks are Is a large inn cs ivlfi bo Miill. will lia nl loast hvo more liolols. Til King's Hotel, in Xorlli undLT ivjy, wililc II. B1 Sl'liOJis of Calgary l.ns> plans for'n now. biiililinE'i'o ripiacc the for.! Sherbrookt Club Damaged Tiiu Kt. GcoriTc's club; the teaiUvr duii In tifierbrooke, wris bailly s'lt- Idl liy firt; this Thb h- (Ire roof of Hie building c.ivrjf 11: and tin1 damage from fire :nnl vaf- will amount lo tc dollar.- llir? he.nii-st Tiionli C.L.P nlile fron: the At the Post OHico (lo'.vu ftoiii o'Aiim to llie cxlni heavy iti KM; u Ihe I'cy riiTKiln uro u'joni D.ry r-MCt.M .1 strc.M m. li t- Jjivcn rc wily 'iml do llio advi il.f'i.t' with hunilrcil Iti loila Break Has Been Repaired Again Montreal, Jan, of this city, who have neen without water for the past wsek owing to the big fareak'in the mam conduit wiir have a supply this ing provided ,repairs now'-.undtr way prove a; success, A large steel pipe reinforced with concrclc has besn inserted Into .the bretx and this tims the .engineers it virlFJ 'stand the strajni A' gang of men kept in readineis should a .second blowout FRESH FROM THE WIRES deducting tlie interest of leaves a surnTns of Navigation Opens A itcoiJ was niAJe in lion tit Toronto, v.hcn tlio Kluamsliip slearned Ihf lima uj.Miliig for ihe .-iron of IMI. Threw Monty on Deck tho linor fvr.slc.jn Merspy from (.'aiiada. last nTglil, i fcrcixti" siijflenly on tb." and Evans May Get 1; H reported lu.ToroiUo HKU Sflnfonl Kvans, former nnror cf I nlpt% will be cliaErnian nf tUn..ROnimission to enquire into the fcasiliilHy of Hie Bay n wolf on Xtiv Year's day Harmcmi rilnuidbcrg, ot TyndnU. Manltobj, gut lost In the and is ttUI mlafing. over bon Magr.itK. tliir, inoru- ins; the lioir.c SiHchcll vidi :ill of thp Ihc prunrrtv was yak' at SIOOC1, with no insurance, A F-M list in Mr. MitclieH's brhal wflsr started this afternoon. The fiic-'wa.s c.iusCfl an liirnQd unc was injured. in d SlrUon- iXortljcrn js tirrivftl Ttiephone Pri N'r-t narntiies of Iho Mi govor i iiiicr, t fcr lilt jcar .jj'j- Smallpox Epidemic Smallpox lias broken out i Oiikofa anrl .Mnniloba hcnltli anlhcr- ilies nrc taking drastic measures lo Iirevcnt lis sprcntj" Inlo that vlr.ce. Ex-Policeman SsntenceJ John Lamcy the Transi ox-consinble oliargcd -wlilt txtorl in coniK-ction uitb :ui in Into cerliiln at a MrrJ hotel was scntcnctcl to four on two cliargeil ;