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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t OBOCMSM r fry the Lttabritf c Herald PttblioButf Co., cvesirr to office, Crabb Streat, AL- W. BUCHANAN MAKAOIKO iJiiioTot AKD EDITOI PHONE: Advertising Dooa, f Circulation and 1224 'Editorial, 1252 DAILY KATES delivered.....fl. 1 month, delivered i, br stall.....Jl.TS I Boatae, br THE Drug 4 Book Store, J. O. Robert- MB Co.. JoABttoa Jack- Alexandra Hotol. Poe> pits Drue Store. Co. B. W. T D. L. MrCrm. Tafctf Broa. Drue Farnle, B. Cranbrook; B, _._ L. Tugham. Diamond' C Drug Store. Medicine M. Northas COL'-.. Jc Browa 218 4th f AIw on all C. P. U. trains, F IRl U Hone OmcEi LONDON. ENGLAND ferent road owners, much o' the pub? HOPES OF THE LETHMiDGE-WEY BURN LINE Montreal. Many of them want to rsee. good big profits coming before a line is constructed or they will riot go ahead with lt; Mr. Whyte last year that -there not enough traffic, in sigbt along the first fifty 'rifom" the Lethrldse end pay xtp build. But since been in receipt of infor- .should him and other that :it would be a paying alauwt from the TSX EEPOm THAT UHE Pacific.railway company the recommendations of wiU a ATB oa Mae and atari to build from the LsttbiUeo ysmr. ia food not altogether a ssjtyrtoe. Last Board aaked Whyte of tao C, F. A., company could work at the Lethbridge ead so ..to provide work for .the. hoaBootee.4 art who were [wtth- oot a ctfbp. could net reply .wai': "ia then, bat. lie gave it" to that the of the werarn of the.llne wonM act be long delayed. Of coarse there possibility tiat Mr. Whyte's. mot be accepted by the director7! r news it is so far is not ;b ?tart a boom. But tnere can be little doubt that there U deal In .it Of one thing .the people 'can.-rest assured, Wm. Whyte will. recommend the road if he con- alders it-at; air within the realms of policy. It Is believed thst baa become convinced that the road built very soon. THE OPPOSITION GRAFT CHARGE made the-opposition been ei- plodJd by the rtport of Schreiber, Kelllher and Grant, :the ownmJsaiooeri looking into .the regarding classification, and iaVcouectipB with the conttractieB of National Trans- railway. Hooghtoo Lea- rner, a ConaerratiTe member of the Commoas, and a number of hia col- Bade chargea thac hundreds or of dollars been vroagfnlrjr lymid owiag to fleation allowed bv tthe goTBrhment" The baaia of theae' :were the atatementj of a grouchy' en- gineer 'who bata with some of Us fellow- N. T. R. LEFT AGAIN -After thoroughly Investigating ex- penditures: aggregating over forty mil- lion doliara, cbmmisslohers find tttat only had been wrpngf ull? paid owing to' over-clasgif Ication. This Is a amali amount considering total expehditare. and might- easily be acountsi for: by the af cp- 'engineers. These over-pay- ,meiita ha Veidi been deducted from the amounta" the The comminionerB; most eminent engineers, consider" now that in so uons. Mems. Fielding and Patertoa are in Washington thUlreei" rftturnlng the call of the American reciprocity call- ers of last .1 A bill is to introduced; into the Ontario legislature providing that commercial may" vote by niail. .Why not make It that 'any. one may vote by mail providing he makes before, ho leaves, his declaration to tne returning officer that he will nec- easartly be leaves ature- for identification? A report -that .agara Falls is running dry. Local option probably carried hTthat- district. From Other Sanctums According to'the Thomas' Times the front row. of the House of Commons ,on the Govern- ment side is weak. II it Is what term should be applied to the front row of tne Opposition benches! Nothing About-It (Stratford Beacon) Dominion Railway-Commission under Mr. Mabee's chairmanship, is certainly a live body'..' Corruption-in Oxford County Ontario is at present ..following with keen interest ...an investigation into the a ffairs "of Oxford County.' For some years back' there, nas" wide-spread belief; that not as it should government finally, The .that nave been .made, it proceeded, 'must lead other muni cipaiides to "whom tney trust with 'public' responsibilities muca more closely "thaifhas been' the the "When -we have He Money war lete mu -laose ot .bought; Amrsteria-us said to: hare secured taeee Joads from, the owaer who lived in Chicago for jiOO. aad tola it to county ;for For .weeka the autnoritles searched for him At laarthey located hi a and put oa the itand. He that ToroQto and knew nothing about tell'reafe'er tttelr value., .The road in question ae4 never been owned by him, being Mere- ly put in name for the purpoiea ef the sale and to oblige mother ex-war den.-. The latter went to aim wbea county's cheque for to the" When they came oat tie money; "diaAppearea." That waa iall he could -reoollect. fair beginning; and by the enquiry. is cloied there Mkll- hood-taat. sordU stories in the history of muaielpal !tr will, have been the effect should be good. in how many public afairs are entrusted year aftir year to men who are In BO worthy of confidence; simply tney make an effort to secure and nobody else about .-It; tt Is surprising that more corruption not brought to' light Side Lights: _ up, shaking. man by the i .The. man wakes ;do you j ".Well, make.-good.- sport. -Mt neard of gross ner dat" OB de r-'> mafle b rought n differ- ent parts.- 'of '.-'the'." 'American- union, Canadians have been, In the habit 'of f ei- fair and full Value" jeipendture has bcea given by Tthe APPOINT A ON" SEVERAL'.occasions before tht Herald haa that thei'diy 'council a. parks board" or cominJssion. It haa would fespect- tofly do mtttee of the council be lupplemented the appointment; of a few outalde of the council who Jiave Jan arteWgept, actiTe intereat of the mat- tan pertaining to and civic >eaaty'generally. The chairman of a nosBDlttee of the council according to recent practice, is the whole com- mittee. The chairman of the parks' coauuttee should not be asked to bear the whole responsibility of planning patting into practice all that Is done for the beautifying of the city. are not as a rule elected tor their aesthetic taatea and it may their, haritis-m "-..holy horro ahd'ftnanidng Ings are not that way ".with them. 'But there been of 'of late y'tars that we 'are rapid- ly :lh the' -school pi In which the highest degrees ed :byi have quite as inuch to "be 'on -the alert as the evidence" in .this .Oxford Inves- een-es t'6.v strengthen this .Here, is .a 'county, which bs for all that there iiot'. a single "alderman, on the pre- sent ideas' oh landscaclng or_. city 'beautifying1 tjeyonl-laying ..sidewalks and making there' irnum: ber of men-in the city who foronany interested in. this sort no .doubt. would be on' a park commis- The work department of parirs tnat of any other department "of the city govern- ment and requires a kind of knowled- ge that is not generally sought in sel ecting members" for city The Herald" would therefore suggest again mat when the Mayor and council are. organizing the work the year tfiey should provide for a parks com- mission. ENGLISH PAUPERS AND'THEIR TEA year 'will FIRST MONTH IN THE NEW an extension of the old age pensione in England to eavace paupers now. "living in workbouvec or receiving outdoor re- lief. A of paupers shows. that only one in seventeen qualified to re- ceive an old age pension has applied for It The acceptance of the pension that the person receiving It will leave the workhouEf. and live upon tie weekly sani given by the govern- The percentage willing to avail tfaemMlvm of the pension Is due to tnd infirmity among the paupers and to a fear on tneir part to face the world outside of the walls. 'I This extension of the pension to the poor has been awaited with interest By one class of people and that is the tea merchants. The distribution of old age pensions always is accomponi-[ ed by a, great increase in the purchase1 of tea. In November the increase j In the sale of tea in England was a million anfl a quarter pounds. The tigation opinion. is supposed to be representative of the largest Intelligence and In- tegrity in the the conservative candidate in 'the last tnree provincial' 'testifying that sn ex-war den'of- the; of- fered him to secure. the' appoint- ment w the treas- urer of the- county, is charged -with securing that :pb5itiqn 'by a year's selery perspis It freely stated pro- ceeds, it. will of tne other officials hoa-4ht their ap- The county decided svut y'eare ago to. purchase the -tol-roads ;in Its borcers. WvidencVhas .bseii prodiiced "f In with the pound, that a tidy sum comes to the paternal government through tne craze for tea drinking. POINT or VIEW ;Jtayor Aaanss statti denJtive- he. will aot accept a -HB m. m uie aaminiatratlon expendl- selary" of twelve buivdrod a twos of the state. That Is Imponlhle-' yoor. "Ko .nee anybody eiee asking elected him. lor'M IBCTOBOO. _____ With the.C. P. R. building its Wey- Kofd aM the Mayor apparent If B110B04 OMBOCtiOM iB .TBelr "stock of OB otocorle wUl sopanto, jnet. Oovernor Dix, of New York he Is going to save a million dollars a rear in the administration BOt A VB- R ia eatke tf oacetroring to reach be- for. the end of the year, the railways win doing their best to make thing? In Letn bridge year. architect TM Proviaclal i propartat for Wi J tiMIiMff BO win ow: "I. went trod dis house aa' got biim gold plalned the' burglar, "an.' eaid dat your an' joolry to de amount o'" tween what I got an' what ?fQ aai4 1 got. Now: you got to make good. I'ou can't la a .certain 'police court aa ,eTniber- ant foot-bailer of Ihe town brought up on "of riotous.coBduct i He Inqulroi what poaiUoB tDe defendant hold, 'llr's ipnai footbali pimyor, yoor said counsel. "He plays ootatde right tor his Yet-ah.- He does the magistrate. then muot cnange his position.. He'll bo .loft in- side for the next Monday, January a bur list of and Inside Property See Us Before Buyine Lethbridge Hotel Block .00 a month Without Interest Without For f till inf brmatibn, caill or addrew 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Phone walls of bouses. The fror. Turner had been BpeadlBg the vacation In Egypt" to supervise the erectiOD of a telescope such good results at Helbuan. Capt Lyons, who tele-, in charge of the ihstnunoat. said that ol BerUn he .that at noOB every day a gun was and .was anxipui to icnow how. the ii and he knew give ,the V "Oh, I look at my Mid the Ae-J tko, giutaer'. JHo- doing -Vmuch work in "the plates Hockies. -Str.l Mackenzie, associated tin. aluaUaum. etc. This lia- withrD: D.'MahnHhuiit among-other ing proyod so; of f octual that' the i the Calgary and Ed- to it mon.RaiTway; Long M Mn. S.askBtchewan'Railway, tho present rC. .N. R.J line, from Prince and the C. line: through Maine. Mr. ckenzie Is president of the "C. N. Northern The. auctioneer h'eld up a battered how .do correct "your said the captain. "I -take it to the. maker in Cairo and he tells me the error." Forthwith CapL Lyons interviewed watchmaker" and Icked him how ne checked the error of the watch. "I the correct time the said that simple cfaftiman. Ume told ia Egypt. The political of a small West- ern city drove his buckbotrd atrtcp speed down the imain street oi the morning of the election." he yelled to down In'the fount ward quick. people flown thers) votii' tl'ey blame pleauel" v. ..YES! That's' what they- all say; but if you buy from our new stock- of Hot Water "The late Senator said a Washington editor, "on-ed a groat part of hs success to thoroufh-uB- cerstanding of the Amerieta people, and he and jyaipmtntfed_ wjtk taem. m never.forgot BB after.dia- per speech of on equality." i "He said that Is "What am I ottered for unique viplinr he, patheticaHy- inquired. "Look it over. Sei the blurred fin-" ger narks or time. Note tie italna of .the. hurrying. years: To notes of this fine old in; brocaded of. fair France: nay danced the In glittertag Versailles. Perhaps .the vestal marched.to flltnyrambs In the f easts'pf Lupercalia. Ha: H an- a touch'of. fire I Why, this may have been, the rory flddle on which Nero played when Rome a red-nosed man in the front row. "It's cried -.the auctioneer caeerfulfev. And then to assistant: "Hani down those volumes of Gov- ernment Agricultural Reports for In the Public Eye RECENTLY KNIGHTED CANADIANS A. Ayleaworth Untandr j 'the and and the In- verness is'also'president of ;the .Railway and radter'raiiways; president of; the Win- nipeg controls the- Electric Development company- of On- tario, "twhicfiyhaiiimmense works at in- many rofher Cana'diari en- terpriiesrof Mr. Mac- kenzle is valso'-president" of the Sao Paulo Tramway Light and Power com- pany, chairman 'of the Rio'de Janeiro Light and Power- company, and pres- iflent of-the Monterey Wau erworks and Power company. J 67 Mann Donald MX -Acton, Ont.r in. 1863, and was educated'at'the in life h'e c joaed or. lumbering and' fle WM a j foreman for a lumbering comnanv al, and entered :tho mridlt the G. T. R; in 1MO- Ho -was secretary to Sir WilUam Tvaa 'Hone, and in became rioe-preaidoat and general manager er.Mr. Ta.it superintffcdent at Moooe Jaw-V general superintendent of Ontario iutd Que- goaeral man- ager of the.'; whole Rysten, of lines east of Port Arthur, and Baaaag- er of OTer. the entire Mr! Talt woBtt to Aoatratta ta the spring of rCBairmaB, of the railway poiiition which he heli uatJl he revlgnesL Tait.. ex- pected back in Canada in tho Bear ruture; Sir J. Charles TowMfeewl, B; A., B. U L., bom en March 1144, And is the of the -Her Townshend, rector of N. S. He 'was a college, school, and' .King's college, windton Being, called'to the.Dar In lifb'6, he was made counsel in 1881. He was elected a -mtBibar t-f: the for" fJiaabfer- land In jii 1884 her was elected to the House' of Commons, and a ,oC itit executive committe, t-v In lumbering-" company waen 21 yesrs of Mr. Mann came to Winnipeg fn 1879, and In the'follow ing year contractor in the U. P. R., continuing this class of work live years. "In 1166. the firm of Mac- t Co. osublfshed and built'a number of important lines Allen Bristol Aylttworth was born 'in Western In 1S88 and 1889 Ont-. so forth, but that we in the power to be you get "something, which i able and won't leak like a biks iire. i v_ _ i He intellrct 1 I honor- 21, 1S54, Mr. visited Panama, Ecuador; won't leak like a bike tire, nor go off In the sma' hours like an auto tire. after some years you tire of our bottle, get a new one for change. They're fully guaranteed. Red Cross ar.d Book Go. McCRCADY SAGE The DrucgUt. P.F. PHONE 565 Servlor 'Anri he told by way of innstraUoTi, jhow a Fort Dodge church encVpare educated at the- Newburghj posed firm 'should build ratf Md Collegejways-for the Chilean government The thc of however, T abandoned. Mr. Augurt, 1871. Mr. Ayto-JMann is vice-president of the Canad- one of 'the commissioners .ian Northern Railway, Canadian North to Canada in the and the Halifax and ;of the Alaaka boundary dispute in I Southwestern railway. "At the end ef tho concert chatrtnaa went np to the led said to the boy fn clothes, who had blowm the orgaa: I "Well. FrciSrtte. whst owe TOO !for you- worn this I "The little boy looked at tho ciair His work has con- he hae A reputa- ncy and econo- la gennine "Why, wnd. 'dMn't the i of the taleat f TO tfcotr ourvtoiMF which he still holds, In my. a. director or many- other coraFanlcs, Including the Atifeo- of tlse following year Wliiitm Mxekenxie Wllliatn Mackenzie, preelaent of the Nortaen Railway, was bora at JQrkfield. Ont, oo October 30, 1S49. at the puollc schools supreme courtng Justice in 1907, which poa'tlon holds. FA.ME'f PATHWAY Jonn W. ThomaV a: Hatchlntoo. (Kan.) negro farmer reeajatly two garms" in section, for llu.OOO and lor ago to wittto-at a cent. By hard work he amassed aot than aad has copied the affluent wWte of his state by.llvinf comfortably. riding in an automobile.' He itayod In the cities for a year or so after reach- ing Kansas and made only a pre- carious living at odd The application of eepecJally erated back at least 1792, WiHIam.C Murdoch lighted his c ge s ken iron .conipamy, and .the Moose bonse af Redruth, In Cornwall, br Mountain Iron mines and gas. Murdoch wa. potsibly an'- peg Electric railway. Sir Thomas Jarrei Tsit Thomas Jsraes Tsit was born at school. Que., on '.July''24, 13S4, tftt t t tt.'o oo a school teach B storo oavitracted on F. Ho Woot aBd'ba- and Is a son of; Sir Meitoume Tait, cWef Justice "of the superior court of too province of Quebec, tlcipated by Lsbon and in which distilled froa was burned, however, Mur- and the finn of Boultoa Watt Co., started tke lighting of works. But it was not till 1810 that Mil Of the London aa4 OooHrht Coke WBO pojoM sv ;