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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE DAILY LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD T A H LI H K O BKOKMUCM FrtJitfced By tfce Herald Publithiaj Co., Ltd ewt (vcpiflErit office, Cnbb 'Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, '.W. A..-'BUCHANAN, MANAGING AND EDITOI PHONE: Editorial, Rcportorial, and 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Deptv. 1252 1 year, delivered .......J4.00 6 months, delivered :___flM S months, i month, delivered.......J5e 1 year, by mall months, by mail 3 months, by AddresB3s changed as often desired, but both and cdtiresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or mere panes, i i summary s of the news 01 the wtefe, local and district. 1 year, in 3 months, la advance ife t months, ln; THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crow Drug Book S'.ure, J. G. Robert- ton Co.. Johnston son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilt'jo Pincher J. Mitchtll D. L. Mi'Crea. Drui A Book Co. B. Cranbrook, B, Atcblsoc. Graciy Diamond D'Arc'a Drue Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wldo.Newi Co, St. Also on all.C. P. R. five newspapers a duy. That output pught to be enough to keep the people of Keglua and Sask- atchewan in touch with the news. Ser- iously H {s overdoing the business, and once capital account 'begins to dis- appear, the publishers will realize it AH the Kegiua newspapers, it can honestly be said, are worthy of the name, but if they do not pay their Kay ,uieir value will depreciate rap- Uuelph, Ont., has a municipally own- ed street railxvay. This year the direct- ors turned over to the city general fund the sum of and last year paid over In addition :lie dir- ectors paid for paving streets, which under the private franchise the company was exempted. CJuelph is a city about the she of Lethbridge. MJiLIC PROSECUTOR IN POLICE COURT HlilF in his annual Plenty of other work that he should Vj report TO the council brings to i their attention the atten- f'tion to some important mat- ters. One. of the raoBt Important is U request for solicitor to conduct In the police court. He re- ports that during the year he pre- over- seven hundred cases. >rhose who hare followed the reports the potice court will remember that jjuany of were important and .intricate which legalkuow- sXiU were essential to the f carrying aut of justice. In many of tftem chief in his prosecution had f to meet the.oppoiitfon of the best law- yers of the city.- There is not'one In a.hundred who would under- flo that must be more or less neglect- ed-It'he "devotes himself to the work of a lawyer. If he does not neglect his work he to do than can be expected of "any man. Chief Glllespte is a., very conscientious worker and en- deavors everything required of him but with the work he has as chief of- police he- should be- relieved of the work of prosecuting lawysr. In hfs work of prosecuting lawyer. CoJ. Sam Hughes, the redoubtable Conservative member for Ontario county does not think much of the farmers' delegation that went to Ot- tawa. In an interview lu> said: "The formers created a good impres- sion until they started to talk, Then they wearied people. They trotted out the same old arguments that" have you very kind to poor chars Hlte Friday, January "Oh, they said so, did "Yes, sir, that's why 1 came." "And aro you going back the sumo wayY" "Ves sir." "Then, in that case, will you be good enaigir to contradict this ru- liiorr When I marry 1 aieau to have a.pretty girl who doesn't know that she is beautiful. tiling! Why poor thing? she will have to-bej blind and dear, of course. "Did you say you were a month in your last "Ves week with the family on the top floor, a week with a lady on the third floor a week- on the second and a week on the grond iioor." "Would you like K line family "That thing? She can't give mure four "Tam't the She'll sit right in been sprung she's line of stuff prepared bv Farmer Buiuh tor ?2UO a season to any fain- 11v of the Torouto Sun, and Farmer Rich- ardson of the Winnipeg Tribune. Col. Hughes wound up' his inter- view with the declaration that farmers of Canada, both in the cast lini- Small boy Some ment and cement, piease. Both, for the same per- We always Have a big list of Residential and Inside Property For Sale See Us Before Buying Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 and the west are-better off thun anyj5011'- other in the "country and' it is! aiuaH raver's just broke their wives to whom relief-should be! 's loving cup, so 'e wants cement forj brought in the way of telephones, jil- au> wot it landed on, so thej electric light and electric power tol lmimeut's fo'" 'er- lighten their labors. From Other Sanctums In the Public Eye Now (Calgary Albertan) j that VsnHorne, MacKeuzie, i JOE MARTIN'S FUTURE IN BRITISH POLITICS Uoue, tn the Toronto Star.) Shaughnessy and -Manii have beenj writer is not sure if Canadians knighted, it will be up to the Calgary Herald to tell the public thai" Britain since Premier Siftda took drastic ac- tion respecting, the A. .t G. has R. Clarke. the chief last.year saved the city Jt into Alberta by declining to large amount of money, hie had over knlglii that intrepid railway builder, 700: cases. Taking the little with the big, an average lee for a lawyer to take these cases would be probab- ly fifteen dollars. This for seven hun- would come to over ten ae the chief has tnousand "dollars. A lawyer would hundred undertake at a very has. It much less than, this and then the .city done and not one in five could, do it so veli i as'he .should not be expected of a chief of police. He is not supposed to be well enough versed in lav. to handle the cases that come before the magistrate irecjueuuy. And even if he can, he has would nave a lawyer is could nold responsible for the prosecutions, it Is in the interests of justice that such an appointment should be made fcy the council. WHAT ARE THE CITY'S ASSETS? i'KUMI.VEA'T BROKERAGE selling Canadian, securities in London has issued a circular calling attention to the sale of some .municipal" debentures auti giving a. statement of the financial position of the' municipalities issuing them. A- inong others are debentures issued by Lethbridge. feature of this cir- cular lies in the financial statements given the brokers by the cities con- cerned-, and particularly with respect to the statements of. assets. cttiea more or less on a.par appreciate the place that .Mr. Joseph Martin is _makiug for himself in" the political situation in England. In con- trast with gome others whatever pos- ition he occupies has secured' by his own individual efforts, unaided by party macniner? or and j whatever repuUliun iic is making is i An Old, Oid Story j sheer personal ability. When !tliej (Toronto Star) r [writer went to England the. Imprc-a- Thereis Portugal because Sion -le had aboufc :-iarlil1 was-that he the people are not-receiving all the benefits they, expected jrom a change of government. This- must sound familiar to Sir .Wilfrid Laurier and Sir James Whitney; Let Us Have Lloyd-Georgs (Toronto Star) have got along very well with Governors appointed by Liberal and Conservative who representated the sentiment of the United Kingdom as it veered from one party to the other. Now. why not zive us a-governor who represents the sen- reported to have a population of OUO. an assessment of (the assesment in all cases means that for taxation and does not include exempt- ed Its net debenture indebt-f --..---------.1 edness after the sinking fund, water- .Ument-ot f vrcrts'an'd- electric debentures are de- ducted was. the case in the other The municipality's assets "are -valued at only There seems to be a some- where in the way the reports are made city offices in the report of thk assets" thV.'municipality has, not expected that its humanitarian zeal for social reform? .its awakeneil was a man who went about with hte elbows sticking out to jab into the ribs of anyone who came near "him, his political career in had ended and that his: career in England precarious' and ex- ceedingly unpromising. In London, one has no difficulty in finding mam- nco- ple who will assert that nothing could be farther from, the truth (be lat- er Indeed, there are those who say raat'Martin will go ;i great deal farther in English politics then I any Canadian wno ever crossed thii! rfntl" that- 'grimed health a.vJ-j yenra of life, it is net difficult to imagine circumstances Martin may ciit a figure of liie 'verv highest importance. down and arid Without Taxes Price For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1879 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 Have; An Aim (ffargo, N. D., Have .in object, No man and no woman can be. a an aim- Lethbridge it is found that Lon- should have- such small assets when less way. Lethbrid-e plan-to success. There must be something aon, Ont.. reports an assessment, of net debenture debt of assets of .pop- illation -J Peterborough with a population of reports assessment of j t73, u net fisbenture debt of ttnunicipal assets of '-Calgary wjth a population stated at .has an assessment of 2, a net debt of and mun- al assets valued at I Fort, William with a population of reports an assessment of a net debt of and mun- aBsets valued at St. Boniface, Man., population of reports assessment of a net .debt cf and rauni- cipal assets valued at other cities not so large, having made The carpenter must put his rule and pencil to the board before he saws it. smaller- expenditures and" with" must measure and mark the should have much lar- ger.- St. -Boniface is only half the size- of Lethbridge, baa spent only half-as much-money on ac- count, yet .Its assets are reported as twice as large as those of Lethbridge. Peterborough assets twice as large as its'net debt, Fort William's assets are more as great as its Jaw has assets nearly four times as large as it net debt, .Medicine' Hat has assets over eight times as large than three times net debt. .Moose clolh Before he cuts it. is not a docile follower of seemed to indicate that the Lib- (Jovenuneat. He is apt to rijj A s'jJoV.2ieral would he .substantially out of tha wheel of State at Vny ir.o-j ment. He owes nothing to 'he In view of Greenwood's valuable ser- -The Chinese supports the demand. The Krupp works, .at. Essen Ger- press to make a try the south uole, An Knglish expedition, is now headed that way and a party of Japanese explorers machine. They tell an interesting rices as speaker the post have employees. The of how he first secured the c; ency in St. Pancras and v.-hat eral knowledge is that his, election agent is "the former member of satisfactory constituency, and that judging by he-has just received is none too good a j consumption- of coal and coke'is X-'warfl. It is gratifying to learn, tons.a year. The works have practice is steam, engines, devaloping 2nd that socially he is very j The firm has its own el- his la lf to his other successes hefectric P'ants and gas works. There is booked for the southern ice fields. A third party should, make the chase hot enough to' melt a few hummocks on the way. In. the will .Qf Franz rich The man who plans hopes for he has a secure grip.can add a conquest of the House miles of railway, 52 locomotives i bacnelor dieri recently at Varadiu thing. Hope builds houses, lbc seat for an "Definite'period, j Commons, a brilliant career seems freight Vagous. _..... _____-____ i rhflll h 1C rt tin ui._i____ empires. Hope is an inspiration ami brtet; and aUhouSh> n" Is Although his career in Parliament has'sured. So far he has spoken but once or the world's oroeress. Martin is said to have se- cured the car of the house in a i the Commons. Gresmvood, Martin and are FAME'S PATHWAY Nathan C. SchaefT'er, superintendent Side Lights.: The Young B. Davis Noxon was one -Moose Jaw. a city very similar it then that the as the net debt and-in Strathcona lest lawyers in central tney are about'even. j young man entered his There is ho doubt but.'what was given briflge has assets in similar propor- study. At the end of a month he tions to those of the other cities. Whv wliat he shoukl assets are report- Lethbridge, has a population stated atied as only Either' there an sssessment of ala wrong system.of calculating the net debt of and municipal or else there has bePn i he spent manv jn (Vn-1 wk-1 brilliaRt-future Tor Manfn aay {hatjacla. is English. The Botor. explains that he never married because modern.: women are utterly ignorant of the principles of cooking. He leaves his'entire fortune to the municipality for thc purpose of establishing a cooking school In 'order that young rar.y bo taught to prepare food in a civilized manner. Ss'w One "Did you see Naples when you were in Europe, .Mrs. "Lei me see! We saw one Naple. I arc think. Are there more of sets of has been careless-1 I ness in making reports" to the or nd TlSXt _ has an assessment of In any. case it places you understand net debenture indebtedness of hririge In a poor light before the and mumcipal assets of jwum. vesting public. The civ council ,hc in.j'-U-elif" said .Mr. Xoson, "you had bet-! It 13 admitted council at some other business; See the position of Lethbridge mentioned. There pared with these other cities, it is'somewhere. PO.NTOFV.EW jW12 is a long to According to the school reports to start it going. ine failure of the wheat crop did not .lesson the crop of school children dur- A good suggestion has becn made fnfr The nact MV.I.H in a uc the past year. more can he said in most instances a that personally Mar-: man that they we're born in Canada. t he has -not that they keen ;ip more or less geniality whi-h intimate connections with the laud o.r wc associate with the r-nli- tfceir tlcsan in Canada but it. is pointed out tnat this is often an absent quality PECULIAR AND PERTINENT In a new London almost everv ,'n successrsii pubiL, ip higher than ihelsress from Arizona, had a narrow ChurchiU a supercilious nris- cape from freezing ?o death. He was'tocrat. yet a of cleniocracy.j thing is'done by electricity, even once shipwrecked off the coast of .The fsct is that the electorate is being electrical. .Maine, and was the only who that it is an absolute impossi- billty Tor a public man to come in caped from thc disaster. He was lash- ed to a spar with a companion who frore to before they could reach dry land. "Did you. suffer to. And besides the Britisher contact with the mp.sses as he "is CS- stringing a tight wire" about pected to do in Cusada, even if he little Lottie ihe re-election of Harry neetwood jPerclnger. displayed tc the chairmanship of the school j coolness and "heroism iri fioard by hfs colleagues is a well-des jm the Uegm block the janrt one taat is worthy of considera-lC'amcroT1 wns asked when he wae tell-j seems to prefer :n his puMIc SnS lne atory. "I should- gay I did cognized ability rather than jUon, and thai is inmates of eryed tribute to his energy and lr< "saving the lion to the work of looking after block, should have soine'VwbHc eflncational interests of the city. of her heroism. Although one could take a greater interest fourteen years of age. it is gaiitj devote more time to the Hhe js the sole support of her trustee than does the chairman. 'home. The Herald heartily Approves tfte suggeiftion and wlll'do what is The departmsr.t of education shouMican fo further its accompiishment. TiOt in making souie arransemfntjKncj5 bravery "deserves lor a school for cboldren Hvin.e! the river from Lethbridge. Retina now T was likc thc man in Xomcjuese Jollying, the fire who jaid 1hft trouble about i Greenwood Doing Well him was thnt he couldn't freeze toj in contrast exper other death." I SAW in the park today kiss hope you will remember to such things. ma'am, n to -Mr-Martin's inde- j pendent course Mr. Hamar Greenwood A fence can be made cat proof by two Inches above ami parallel with the top. There arc known to bo ?70 active volcanoes in the world most of them too small to bo dangerous. -Mines In -Saxony thai have yiclried more than S Tjhe is h'ghly regarded by the ejection iorganlzatioa. and his victory in Sin- to be closed heciuse of the conitnucd.Iow price of thc met- camp at a most timely mo- ai. policemanjincnt the fortunes: of tfce party.! Perfect Fruit thousand Cslifornia orange issirtg fr? per cent of the state's entire crop, fcicct, reason, their perfect oranges and pack uhJ6r Jlie namr "Sunb'st." This you 10 rccogrmc buy California's cnojccst, trw-ripened oranges. Until vou hsve tasted a luscious' 'Sur.kht-'oraiicc cannot to appreciate thc excellence of oranges that .arc properly grown, rigidly.injpected, circfullypack-cil and swittly Serve''Su'ri- on your table tomorrow morning and Icarn .superiority of trec-ripcncd, fibrclesi, seedless, wlidand sound oranges over thc commonpbrc kintl "arc so nearly all food cheapejt kind to buy. oranges arc tAin-siinaed. and are hand- sure (hat each ormge you i4 packed in jrapcr wrapper labeled "Sunlcist." xre valuable. would ever think iv yer habyjThere Is interest whln I'm arounrt. anadians in thej The national assembly in Chinn In inrtorses the popnlnr two of which r revival would be alright editions well HI morning, torn point.'J rt'jera la conlaU. though! ;