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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfi- 4 THE DAILY LETHBRIDGE Filhifeed by Letlibruif e Herad at its office, Crabb S'treei, Lethbzidge, Alberta, Canada W. A, -BUCHANAN, AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, Newi Otpt. 1221 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Dcpts. DAILY iUBiCRIPTlON l.year, delivered J4.00 i year, by niallv. .months, delivered 12.00 months, delivered .....fl.OO 1 month, delivered.......ttc C by rnaU 3 months, by ..li.75 Addresses chanced as often but bath flur ind oli cddreeses must be givta. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in el'tht or mere pages, "and conlalai iummarys of the oi ths week, 'Juc'al and district; 1 year, in advance 1 i 3 months in advance months, In Evince ....Tie THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crocs Druj Book Store, J. G. Robert- ion Co.. Jack- con, Alexandra Hotel. Pe> Drug-Store. Co., R. W. Hamilt'ja- P'ncher J. Mitchell D. L.- McCrea. Druj A Book Co.' B. Bctl Crsnbrook, B, BeatUe v Atchison. L. Grssty Dr. Tugbam. Diamond City Dr. D'Arc't M. Nortbam B., World -Co..; Bro-.va Mio-qn ail C; rt. tralna, SUN FIRE The oldett Office la (he world FOUNDED A.D. 1710 AUCENTENAKY :0IO HOME OFFICE i LONDON. ENGLAND Branch, SUB U. IL AUckLum, Thursday, January quesi'of the school board who with the other school boards of province asked the government to alter iho school ordinances so to make this possible. some of the members of the Toronto School Uourd did not Inve the coiir- Hge of their convictions. Side Lights Aid. Krayne started u sood move in trying to get another crossing over tne railway tracks at The Sure Art street. Two crossings .in as many A woman's fingers are ail thumbs miles are not euougb, uttenints to set money out her for ihe purpose of payiuy DayslHiid is after a demonstration [another woman's car fare. jrarm. some ono kindly" I .a place thac isn't? j _ Nfl Uge I woman never seems to ihe has-issued its an- be able to .make up her mind' nua! review. As -usual it is brimming should she. over with authoritative lafortaatbu it apaln. about the Kootonays. One only haa "__.__ to peruse the pages pf. ibis edition to j learn of sud cor-tiuualj development In that rich part of thei rich province of British Columbia. She! The Difficulty 'So your debts are bctherim you': 0 ONTARIO'S EXAMPLE'IN 'PEKOLOGY NTADIO HAS TAKE.N' another advance step in the treatment "or criminals ib appointing a 'parole board of distinguished men to investigate merits of the- provin- cial prisoners confined at the penal i farm at Guelph, from time, to i'time -ftnll make application for their i-liberation on 'parole. The1 farm at r is proving a great, success in treatment 'of _and milder prisoners" in reclaiming them to honest J hyes and qualifying them to mix with 4 decent society. The hardened crim- i inal ik-ith a jail record is not admitted to tbej farm because of evil in- fluence on those, at the farm.who are not hardened in a life of crime and who wculd be ;coritarninated by such Proles and pardons will be final. prisoners. It was in order lo encourage- K. of Toronto; Tklr. T. H. 'Kregtpn, and Col. A. II. Macdonald, Guelph. "Board" met recently -'at "the first time performed the important function" of investigating ,tlie claims for parole tifai" by a "number of ap- plicants.. "The-data, "of coursis, re- petitioners for clem- ency compiled, "Board received all inforEdattffn% for and; against the claims'-set .'The: results of the Board's subsequent cousiiltatiou" have been .-forwarded... to" the Hon.. ilr. of .Justice at "Ottawa, whose revf.sion of the list of -The board will 'meet monthly, at not salaried, receivia: nfent a new .hope .and: inspiration jpa'ly -a rt'coupm'e'nt-of che "actual ex- i'or the future that the Provincial Gov- -peases in -.prosecuting .their higMy ernnieut made arangements, with the important- and "'honorable 'functions. consent and approval of the Dominion -Minister of Justice, for the appoint- iiient the new ...Board of Parole, _ now 'of important- honorable 'functions, and! Province, 'whose sympathies must be wholly.' favorable, to the ob- this and cedure and in his idea of the interestV pf' the public in i this matter i pjfvlous. _His staiemahc that, cuasions'of the committee of the wjiple rare-cot for publication and are-not open for the public is i legislative bodies the. meetings .of the' 's cbmmitte of the whole are just as To.-; the press a? the -regular sessions J. of" the body. is In these discuustons -that the1 i-aldermen have their- opportunity of-' j.iiest the affairs ;and Jt 'is i then more than in "regular sesions they speak their minds., jThe. star.' chamber methods advocated; by Aid; 1 Sage to modern; practice not at all in the interests of the public. i '..Jt seems hard for some people to learn that public men are best safe- th guarded by the utmost publicity of tbeir deliberationg in council. No man should say anything in council that he not want the public to know. He is-a public rnnn-.-ind his words and actions as such are therefore public cpifiniitteVdr to .the council? .line, .tie .action 01 in'refusing; :to have frqnm 'ex-alderman King read tronr.durable aa an office man, and he was that- jstatod recently that Clareaaent a beau-1 cloth from banana stalkB. city larceny the rule nearly-evity de- p'artinenf :-affairs, the Meclic.il Health "be'pa'rtmenr over which Dr. Lpberge found to be- singularly "clean. "Search as Uiey' Chairman Welley. are: even the conclusion that being.. a -Mason. these passengers -myself yet; -Wtft a yell of impotent- rage .the baf- who made the laws of ;he an- .wltn-.''a' vengeance. He had no taste swered -without criminaj law. The pleading to of'Vpplice." j Juries and the handling of judges was "Who interperts Of 'the "for flJs sliould- he ers the running of the office, it 'The.chief of. again an Ad3ra preelman who fixed up for each :V j member of the office the orders for answered ilhe day' He despatched JlcCnryiy. here, lioskin there, and Phtnib in an- other direction. Xo one questioned his authority. Adam Creelman delved j-fleep into corporation law, insurance his office .and prepare cases. He was very earnest, very sincere and very skilled, and when he handed a case to his'partner, it was like giving aj we Brookinq no Jnterfererice lone bandit-was-about to enter! eLc- He would sit in r_' TJ-. or an .ex-Mason'.was 'reason enough. That these -men did not. succeed in; Laberge dismissed was npjtrain: tmilt of ttieir own." 'Fhcy did the best threw himself from the Bounndt's Successor .interpretor of rales of. order, precedence and such like discovered in.of tneTact tha? it takes at the Person of a-Lethbridge alderman, j majority 'of .di; they could, and filled only by reason i of-the" fact it takes a Edmonton. man is better entitled to wear the honors of Knighthood than Allan lore they go to the council? Cranbrook is" prosperous jly should for to dor if the press be- an employee'over the 'heads of the! IJoard of Control.' Kelijjibus perEecutloii of sort In the Public-Ey< C. P. R.'s (Toronto Saturday Night) or another is now so coramon-in the! A cable received by a Toronto law- Capital, Rest Undivided FrolHs Total Asscte Over gunner an armufl of ammunition ready prepared for use against thei all enemv-.. Jf.Aylesworth. He is an eminent law- prosperous men promotin yer, a great minister of Justice and a j rare twenty-row 'hours true -Briton. year round. newspapers will ;Wep. C. Gibbons, K. C., who h.ia been kTiighted, is the foremost lawyer in when 7hev .Western Ontario. He has served Can- George is going Lada well on the International Water-'of Edmonton to the e ways Commission and is justly erititl-jcause he is mayor ofTh'ft ejtJ to this recognition from the King. Jthe province.- that King the Mayor 2tion, be- en pi r a] of allegation Jn public, though we admit! Adam Creelman is general counBel for i-.-u-e must admit private.. It.tr.e Canadian Pacific Railway, and he was only a few gen- is another shining example of the bov tscman in everj- way qualified to till! who .starts out barefoot, and ends b- tne post of Medical Health Officer of ownine six pairs of patent1 lc- Toronto was denied the posEtfonr" be-- with trees inside the ranks to a Knighthood.} The conncil s not soing to ;ake any Win Jam. Mackenzie -.and Sir Dan- chances on- its En riy Closing are typical of Uie deyelop- itcnt of Canada; -They are Kmpfrp of tlic first order. lijllespie's warcmg" to o ro-.snj; people from OtrJ of picture is being thrown out for the lack of Ir' will'- jisking fb< aiiti-'pay lots or JT fcatner art or chose to practice hla religion) :Adam Creelman first saV the u the fashion of the Roman of day as it was reflected tram the 1 Creelman made himself 'a[ pa'rt of the life of Toronto. He pract- i ised law, became a church member, was prominent in the Granite Club, j where at one time he WHS an able t curler-and -bowler, and finally, somej ten years since, the ciover work he had done on behalf of the Canada Nor- tnwest- Land Co.. ant! other companies connected with the C. P. the :Tsns of his securing the appointment ten years ago as general r the C. P. R. So he went to -Montreal antl he now makes that his Headquarters, but .Toronto often sees him.and he has hosts of friends here. JJr. Creelman has just put through spine important legal business for the 0V P. R. in Knglind: OliT Bank Money Orders the next time you send a small sum to any point in. Canada, or lo any large city hi the United States. They cost as follows :o er 3c. 10 6c. SiO to f 3B Jo 550; this low cost they combine convenience with absolute safely. For larger sums use! our Drafts. Offrce'ccr. Pound t Redpath Sti j S. R. TtrrNlNG Westminster Rd., N. Ward Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager, J_______ Grasiy Lake- -rt. W. Saillie, Church and id, 'not so many months hills, that line one side of the Toronto School board picturesque town of Collinjrwood. 2 it cuS9erl the or discharg- mink the rarm he lived on originam- .ng a: teacher or two for the same vras some miles reason. from oarry more .__ I hat the latter difl nor .Many years ago a lawyer of the town! to a fruaru 'officer acceded to the u- out their designs to printed their ulternpt any only ana those The new home of Senator Crane ot Fifteenth and K sonarr the senator's THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., DC L. Pn LAI GENERAL-MAHAtgR REST, FARMERS; BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facililv for the transaction of their banking- business including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. BANKING BY MAIL the first year of bis senator- i Accounts may be opened at every- branch of The Canadian Bank of ho slayca at ihe ArlingfoTi hotel! Commerce to be operated by rnaif, and will receive" the same careful given to all otlfcr departments cf Bank's business, depos'ied or withdrawn "in this satisfactorily 'as visit to the Bank. D. founh home wlrilc living at. Ihe 231 sort of office e Branch G. ;