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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTimiDfJE DAILY Wednesday, -Tan. 11, LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD DEOCMBER 13OV :d by the Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., ewy J crccicp ite office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Albma, 'W. A. BUCHANAN, MAXAGIXG DIRECTOR AND EDITOB PHONE: Advertising __'''rc-'.st'.c" sjvi Job. DepU. 1252 PHONE: Editorial, vifor the day when he shall be his own (redemption. Then: will he he held to master. When society shall have'he. the worst enemy of society, who learned the Christain way if'will find j would forbid to the offender the op- fn dealing with Its evildoers its own jportunity for honest and useful work. OAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES t year, t 1 year, by- mall H.08 1 month, delivered .35e 3 raomhs, by mat) 85e Addresses changed oCtan but both new and old .must be r WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday !n eight or acre pages, and t iummwys of the news Oi tha week, local and district. 1 r tar, -in advance 11.50 S month's, fn advance f BioQUu, in fc Book Store, J. G." Rebert- son t Co.. Johnston Jack- son. Alexandra Hotel. plfci Drug Store. i Co., R. W. Hamilton. P'iiwfcer J. .D; L. MrCrea. Bros, Drug A Book Co. Ftrnit, B. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranfarook, B, Atchisoa. L. Grassy TuBham. Diamond D'Arc'i Drug Store. Medicine M. Nortbam Vaitcuuver, B. Wide Sews Co. Browi 213 1th St. A. I so on all C. P. R. trains BRYAN'S STIPULATIONS JENMXGS BRYAN is to stipulate the qualifications of the presidential oj the Democratic party in "1J12. Jle says there are these re- man must hare to secure tae oocainacon. he says, are: First; he represent the spec- ial intereits or the people? .If he represents the special interests he can TMrd: "If, knowing the eithe voted with the Republicans or stoo neutral, 'will 'the more than who voted the ticket take kindly t his The same funawmenta division exists today that existed the i between plutocracy and democrac; between government by the special i: terests and government by the pie. A man who went wrong in an those campaigns still is wrong." act aa candiate of the the chief suppor Democratic party. Bid he support the ticket ta 1SSS, 1500, 1S04 aid 190S? Of I coarse supported it in 1904. The i papers not tiiini of candidate Tfho bolted hov about 1355, 1SOO, and A who was old enough to in any one of these years must dersuxxl the issues and must oTni tie nsture of tiis opposi- tlo-: to the Democratic pjirty. jers of the candidate? A man is know by the company he keeps and the cha acter of the candidate generally ca be guessed by the character .of thos who appear as his chief sponsor a'candidate is offered, watch, the papers. If he is praised by .the papers which are representing the plunderbund, it can'be set down as certain that the man is secretly with. POINT OF VIEW There is more crowing at -the poul- show than there was in the city rier the municipal elections. The poultry show should he well at- euued by the public. This industry ouo of tae hopes of the future sue- ess of this country. The Y. M. C. A. is now open for bus- ness. No doubt it will be greatly ppreciated by the people of the city, specially the young men. The annual reports, of the churches how that their prosperity is iu keep- ng with that of the city as a whole. A good many people will take ex- ception to the council's ruling in establishing a censorship on the raov- ug picture shows In every city that pretends to look after the morals of ts children the chief of police is giv- en this power. gifts with no'reproach to themselves and vviiu honor unc-rained. Neverthe- less, in au age when nearly everyone talks thinks of, aud almost seems to breathe money, such sturdy pride and firmness of resolve command ad- miration, it is also a reminder of the tact that the politician is apt to be much maligned by those who take a pessimistic, vew oi democracy. He is m reality greedy only tor power. Money, if it enters his thoughts at Jan. is a minor consideration. It is a hanger-on, tne middleman or the DOSS, who is not really a public man at ail, who is iu politics for gain. Too orten the public man absorbed in pol- icies and ideas becomes the victim-ot such men, but he does not enrich him- sell. a party goes out of power it is .invariably found that the! men who in the minds of the public were .amassing wealth are "on theirs uppers" financially as well as politi- Another thing in which a great caliy. Such, was the case with the government of which Mr. Angers was, a member, and iu the case of the] Koss government, which had been I many people will differ from the coun- Up largely of business men of cil is their refusal of the chief's sug-1 considerable means, it'was found that ;estion to put the men on eight far train'enriching themselves, its shifts. Tbe opinion of the council members were poorer than they.would to the contrary, twelve hours at a nave been they had let politics, a-j stretch is too long for any. man to lone Not politicians have the. work at any job. firmness to take the stand of Angers but undoubtedly the majority of our public men are clean. We always have a big list of Residential and Inside Property o i ror Sale See Us Before Buying Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 The establishment of patrol ho'xes in the outlaying parts of the city is a. good move and one that will be ap- preciated by the residential area es- pecially. er Sanct urns Afraid to Read The Bible (Chicago Tribune) A writer in the Atlantic Monthly, commenting upon the assertion that the fear of being caught reading the Side; Lights Bible was disappearing out of the ajann? Neighborly Attention Harkins had lived in his nev; house but a few weeks and scarcely knew his neighbors by sight at the timcj of 'the fire. On rushing out of the front j door he found two of neighbors already on. the scene. "I said Harkins excitedly, "wiilj you run to the corner and give the world, expresses a doubt on that point and adds that "it is habitual for heal- thy boys of a certain age to be ash- amed, of being Of. the Greek attitude in life he says that in those days men could think straight about morals. "If you told hardy Greek boy that a person was virtuous or that an act was good, he would be at- "Very exclaimed the man, 'but 1 have a wooden leg and can't) run." ,'I said Harkins, turning to his new ally, "while, I am getting the things out run over, to the corner of d h n Qr to thftt act the special interests, no matter how .ara fca tiie street and 'I'm suffering f.r.om laryngitis can't said. the oth'er neighbor -and fair he may be in outward appearan- i ces." THE CONDON POLICE AND THE ANARCHISTS ACTION OF THE LONDON I might be the con- police in calling oat ba'cieries j sequences. The members of the met- of enss to a band ofi ropoUian :i force prove their bravery Arsrchists la a. in tie heart by encounters with criminals ciry, has called forth, varying n2der conditions which would not be in [popular in the. Chicago department. bat the same modern boy would be repelled." While the habit reading the "Bible may not be so common at it once was the lessons of the scripture taught Wiltiout Interest There was not a. moment to spare but Earkins found'.time to turn them and say politely: "Suppose both of. you go into the house and bring chairs and ccsnaent- The Chicago Tnoune the incident says: iibly the London police ia other forms and language have lost sit ''down he're the'blaze.' none of their power over human actions. They are the inspiration of everything which is good in the world today, and who shall say that there is noi; so much, or more, of that than and Without Taxes 150.00 For full information, call or address The .London men are unarmed. They ever before? And, as to. the reading empty hands to revolvers. One s slurs and recently pursued a robber under fire escaped death merely because a. cartridge jammed when the thug held the weapon at the policeman's head, the 'criricisa because of the methods used is atTafVfngr jfcs Eoundscitch crimin- als a. Ger- Joiice szthcrity, "could have Serlla to maie inch an exhibi- tion, bet then the Berlin police are trained soldiers who knoTf how to act in a moment of danrer." Xo doubt the Berlin police are all this, sad we might incline to the belief that i Chicago" squad -wi iave made shorter of the mat- ter and that the Xaaonsi Guard -s-i xot hare been called on but we rem- Czpt. Strseter, who was not .y in his most rampag- ing isood. He bronzht out wa battalions of our civic guardians- Dftitz ia Sawyer cocnty, TTis., held off a rosjed snny of deputy sheriffs. It is also to be remembered that tie London police chafed under Chur- chill's restraint. They -wanted to e a. rnzh for tht house and take ad arrested his man. .Churchill held the opinion that enough policemen had been killed br of the Bible, copies of the are being distributed this week among tne hotels of Chicago. Our Public Msn are Clean iToronto Saturday Night) The refusal of Hon. Auguste Kia! ex-cieutenant Governor of the pariicular band involved in the re-i Quebec and at one time .Minister or cent encounter and decided that the dead bodies of the criminals were suf- ficient to satisfy demands of law, no matter how they were obtained. That the methods used provoke a- musement does not reflect on brav- ery of the London police. The de- Agriculture in Sir Charles Tupper's UaDinet, to accept a purse from his friends is so exceptional as to deserve more than passing mention. The dis- tinguished French-Canadian was ad- A Child's: Thoughts The child was four years old, .log-j ical, persistent and curious. The; mother endeavored1 in all possible con- scientious stress never to depart from) anv statement by the child' as fact. -One afternoon this; conversation oc- curred: "Mother, where is j "In heaven, Silence and apparent absorption in toys for a full bour. Then: "Mother, didn't I come from heav- P. O.Eos 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 "Of course." "Well, mother, it's awfully In the Public Eye Canada's Oldest Barrister (Toronto Saturday Night) Passing the quaint, if slightly for- old wneu father came to Canada bidding gates' at Osgoode Hall made his home at Lundy's Lane. Queen Street west any morning entered Upper Canada College two O'Clock during the last ;'Mrs Iater' and was educated there. ter of Sir Jere Homiray, of Llandaff House, Glamorganshire. ".My he "begin S3 years back. 1 was four years old. We were living in a seaport town in France, where I learned Latin pram- mar and French. I was eleven years 1 muted to the bar fifty years ago, tnat doesn't remember meeting years, you may juive Sir my father moved to a-place for five years. I was the first clerk of the peace for Waterloo County. While in.Gait, i became.charter mem- ber of Alma Lodge, A.F. and A.M., but I had been made a Mason in Tor- onto in 1S-14. I am told that I "am the sole surviving charter member of Alma. Lodge, Gait.' 1 wont to Ham- ilton in and until 18i'i was solic- itor to the Great Western. Railway. was created a Q.C. in I con- to live In Hamilton until. 1S33, and has amassed no wealth. Therefore grandmother there." partment has not been trained to en- j his friends proposed to celebrate his The policeman j jubilee as a barrister by presenting Kind of Loan a handsome sum in gold. When; forcing law In battT represents- the presence of law, and that, in the English theory, enforces itself. When it does not the English j nrmly rerused to accept the proffered officer may not be as and requested resourceful as an American, for no subscriptions stance, taugbt to believe that every j supplications move him. .Many Can-j" arrest contains the possibility of con- flict. jlus Irving, K, C., treasurer of the mlles up Yonge street. My fourth Socitey of Upper Canada, on his Harlestoa, is on the homestead Two negroes had been called up be- up the wincSins rails to his office in j ai lhe present time." Q the east wing. If Sir Aemilius has I The writer mentioned the Rebellion! and was a member of the House of Commons from 1874 to 1S78. I came back to Toronto in .Mr. Angers heard or the matter hej{ ir employer because- lmlssed a morning ia all this time, and [of Sir Aemilius Irving reruark- the prof fered i f about "monev" ne in his ssth -'c'ar' the reason led that he had witnessed the esecu- his Mends to tion Qf.Lount_and Matthews. 3. Nor could their. Short'dented in the most Iroin lown' "With halr-a-dozcn other boys from Vti n-> _ -_ REL.IEF OF .PRISONERS' FAMILIES ygAKTN'G on the law re- receatly pajied ir Quebec by Thich the earnings of the pris- oners are devoted to the support of their family, the Montreal Witness me man or woman vcllement manner, c adian public men aave accepted such n has ceased to work for his feliowmen roams the world over in vain for happiness. To deprive a man oi work, whether by leaving him a fortune without useful ambitions or by shutting him up in "A new en hss been introduced into I jail. Is to do him the worst sort of criminal system by the inaugura-j moral injury as well as the greatest tion of a rule whereby a man to his real If earn for his family while in jail. How j the object of discipline is to make a to degrade the culprit has hitherto mal conditions compatible with neces- and is still unfortu- j should be to put him in the most nor- the study of those who would mal conditions compatable with neces- reluse him the manhood of re- sary control and enable him as far muneratlve -jrork. He has lapsed fromjas possible to put his powers to their' society, trample him out IE the motto j fullest and most appropriate use. To oi his feliowmen ivho may be at heart j this end we shall some day have to no better than himself, and only by j recur to the penal colony id'ea, where good luck not in his place. Indeed; society instead of being rendered as that their hearts are not very good Ubnormai as possible, will be a model needs ho proving-King Edward took j for other communities. It will be a a fitting occasion to say that the new j place where he who came to grief idea in dealing with offenders very large propor- that the discipline should be for their drink no more. It be own good. No other rule can have'.a place where iie that stole will steal' any place under Christian more( but will take a new pride a. deterrent, punishment may what he can earn with his some value, but it must place where idleness, the parent of admitted "that it has proved vices, Instead of being nursed, a failure. Indeed when be slain, a place where useful 'nioet'severe crime rifeJcrafts will be mastered and where all aas punishment hafc lightened crinae rewards win be to virtue and industry place where evil will blush, and ailing on all the powers of heaven and earth to strike him dead if he owed Jones a cent. "I'se done loan dat nigger five dol- protested Abraham. I "He ain't done nothin' ob de kin" 'contradicted Short. Sir Aemilius has been treasurer! Upper Canada College, 1 stood where longer than any of his predecessors, tne street post office is and his interest in the Law Society j now, and, standing on some steps, and everything pertaining to it see everything that took place noi waned with his lengthening ser-.-on the scaffold in the iailyiird, near iJ, and in a year. good deal of my jtime to constitutional law. I was crown prosecutor for many years, par- ticularly in Toronto." Sir AemiJlus Irving was elected treasurer of the Law Society for the tirst time in 18'J3, and has been re'-" vlce- elected annually ever since. He has appeared in court as a consitiuticnal Jawyer several times of Inte years, but he is seen ir.uca when Ussoode Hall has an inclivdua'lity streets! I the mon what is now the comer of Kin- and gratiUilies Oi the Lav.- School are call- to tijc Bar He introduces the This colloquy kept up for several! Us own. The province owns tne scaffold, and i lawyers, speaks distinctly and minutes. Finaily 'the employer Hail, of course, but the bcautifuflawn ;saw Rev- 3ir- a Wcsleyan -vis part in the proceedings icidetl that Jonss had loaned the front is the property of the Law jin P'ayer. He had one arm; he had JQ a raanncr would rcllect credit to Short. "What do you mean by lying to me societ.v. Tlie grounds fully ns !0st othcr in lh- war of iyi- 7rhen i on a younger man: j of Short. "Well exclaimed Short, students arc inclined to stand in or Sir Acinilius. but that attractive as the hail itself, and sailor. Sheriff .Jams, the uncle, in" this he demanded sternly JAemllus appreciates tnis fact. ThelJ of the present sheriffs offi- [city Hall is a big pile, but It's of tiiat np-me' WSK Jn his offic5nl I reeling wears away when they know i fully new when contrasted with Os- costume. The militia stood around, AS ha? been intimated, Sir Aem- see; it was lak dis: Abraham, he and the City Mall under arms. 'J'rie townapcople always knows what hs wants, and loan me dat five dollahs, but it was tneir sett-assertive flower beds, can't j present, but not in the jailyarcl. I j wjiat ne wants done., His associates bM tlminished. What we to do trtth wlio have, failed to keep but of" Trrongdoing Is to put then into conditions in which I their aora! fJbrt .wiil be toughened and thfir outlook upon life changed, j Apart from religion, which govern- Ill-fitted to minister, the where all that Is beautiful and of good report be accounted aa a neces- sary condition of successful adminis- place where the offender can earn his living and his share of the general expenses and ae content-'i plated br the new provision in our great formative and reformative [law something ovor to fulfil his home ia. tie irtrii is useful work, jacd other obligations ?ud to provide YES: That's what they all say; but if you buy from our new stock of Hot Water Bottles yo.u get something which won't leak like a bike tire, nor go off in the sma' hours like an auto tire. If, after some years you tire of our bottle, got a new one for a change. They're fully guaranteed. Red Cross Drug and Bock Co. McCREADY SAG P. The Druggist. The P.F, PHONE 555 Continuous Service a loan in the way of a gif." claim much in the way uiUSqaity. j neard lho tra? or platform fall, and said Sir AcmiHus to] Lount and Mathews were dead." esteem and respect him, and it !s an open secret that lie an extraordinary ihomas Jones, the Oscooclo gardener t The laclv in the offside corner seat' I one dav last summer, "the papers are i "lsn'c lliere a tradition that you man, from his great age. a oa one of the tram car possessed a truculent: air'and a discolored eye. "Funny thing any one can't take a penny ride without everybody glarin' ;at she remarked, fixing a small! saying nice Hall lawn and flowers. Haven't iheyj notced these grounds, I Sir Aemilius Irving isn't at all sen-' CJty occasion. Sir was a tion put j "I think I know what you mean. I 'was a E'.uder.t at. the time. I had .Mrs. Irving died In 1S9U, but five sons and two daughters survive. Sir was created a knight in IHOfi irtout, who was in his room [gentleman wearing gray side-whish-J sUlvo on tse score He 3latcs 1 HUIvm uu cob Aemmiis Irving. later, mombcr of.says: "I was to the Bar radius of SOfio miles of the little Legislative Council of Canada, His} practiced "m for two years, and Island on which Singapore is bui i mother was Calherne DJana, weat to Gat, where I remained' mere is a population of ;