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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "THE DAILY Thursday, January 12 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD d by Lstfabridg'e Herald Pubiiahinf Co., Ltd., eterirf it its office, Street, Leihbridge, Alberto, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN MANAGIKG LIBKOTOB AND Emtos PHONE: Editorial, Htportorlal, Depc 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. 1252 OASLY iUBSCRlPTlON RATES J year, S delivered .....fl.QO J month, u id givea. 1 year, py mall C months> mail 3 months, ma'.i u but both atvr aad old WEEKLY HEHM.9 Publitted every Wednesday in eight or mere pages, and a suuuuAryt of the uewt oi local and district. I in advance -fl.W 8 mouths, lu sdvaact uoatlu, iu j THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT .JOt Croaa Drug J3ppk sjivre, J. G, Robert- ton Co..'Johnston Jack- ton, Hotel. plt-s Drufc Store. Co.. R W. HamJltyn J. Mltca.U. D, MfCrea. Broa. Dnu A Book Co. Crsnbrook, 8. A Mchison. L. Relnscfca. Grassy Tugham. Diamond Drug Store. Mtdicint M. Northam Vaucuuver, B. News Co. Brows .219 4th St. en ail C. P. B. I THE Y. M. C. A. AN ACCOMPLISHED FACT T JS LJBSS THAN A YEAR AGO.are 'interested. They put u their money to get the Y. M. C. A for their boys' sakes and now tha they have it they will see that thei boys 'enjoy its advantages. The Y. M.-.C. A. is a grand institv Uon for the young men. It has go'od plant in this city, and shoul T. M. C. A, campaign .__... laaufurated although it had talked of informally for come Yegors that. But in less than a ytar -the llrst definite atapi were .'taien to let a Y. il. 0. A. iu the city, It is an accomplished fact. That it Is a good record, one of which the city the men who have pushing iwid. supporting 'the Institution may be Koini- The building is one that if a credit to the city. .There is BO better nor one better The T. M. C. A. wiil certainly be patronized in the city. The young of tne city have been -wanting one for years and caving made stren- nbus efforts to get it are now going to take advantage of its facilities. The parents the boyt of the city The oldest Insurance Office in the world PQ'JNUICD A.D. 1710 HOME Orncti LONDON, ENGLAND 1910 Sua Toroato, H. M. POINT OF VIEW Good evening, have you frozen your osa yet1! Mayor Adams says there is going to e a reduction It price of elec- ric power and light. If he could an- nounce a reduction in the price of oal during this cold snail, ke would be a real hero. Yes, sir, the Y. M. C. A. building Is a daDdv and the Y. M. C. A- is a fino Wallace .N'esbitt did climb up, but1 he soon climbed down agaiu, but somebody remonstrates, "you're citing the top-notchers as examples. They're not examples at' all. How about the majority. of the lawyers' concerning whom Mr. Laz- ier Well, how about them? They live pretty fair houses, and belong to clubs aiid things and play golf, don't they. "What does the average Ottawa jlawyer The Free Press once nstitution. See that your boy is a v i j A addressed this question to a member of the institution and spends V tative lawyer of this cHy. He ponuer- hlp rn-n-Q rvnon frrtrH j i hie spare time when away from home exercise, recreation and study i there. It is the .place for him when hs is not around his own fireside. The way people are coming to Can- "fc We always Have a big list of Residential and Inside Property For Sale ert for a moment anil then made reply: "From to a Ifj' this 'be there is no reason to! doubt average lawyer does not j do so badly. j But Mr. L-izier qualifies his state-; ment regarding: a decent He ada during the winter months gives says lnat the of layers can! promise of a phenominal immigra- barely make a decent living Uon in the spring. There is room oue couslderfi their taslegf education See Us Before Buying Freeman MacLeod Co. Leihbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 for them all provided they are able aad willing- to work or have plenty and environment." Mr, Lazier, then falls a victim 10 of money to hire others to work C0mmoa fanRC.. of supposing thai., CQera- e the world should reward oae accord-, jing to his "tasres, education and en-j The women of Manitoba are going' vironmeut." But the world doesn't see after women's suffrage. Now we this way. The world has an annoy- do gooa work. It his a good staff of workers. Secretary Thpruasson is a tried Y. M. C. A. worker, one who has gained the confidence not only of the public but of the leaders of the V, Si. C. A. movement who made him a travelling sec'retary for several years. Ho has secured a staff of able assisstants. The directors are men. who are keenly interested la the work and will support the stafzi" in their good work. Taxen altogei- J her, Lethbridge'has a right to be con-' gratulated. the finish of the Roblia-Rogers com- bination. Now Commander Peary admits he did not reach the North Pole. First thing we know both he and Dr. Cook will come out plainly, and tell us that they camped together on the shores of Greenland, made up their stories, and then planned together to spring them on rbe unsuspecting public and gather jn a bushel of shekels. Calgary's profits from its street rail- way in the month of December were ing habit of rewarding a man accord' Jug to the services which he renders j to society. And any other system of distribution would rest upon utterly false foundation. The millionaires are not to be found among the men of "tastes, education and College professors lawyers, clergymen and so on, possess these things to great degree, but "tastes, education and environment" in themselves have never yet j as a mighty magnet iu the attractioj to their pockets of gold doubloons. 1 Mr. Lazier fain change all' QJ tli Lil" iilUlitU Ui. and for tho whole year, 1910, ;tllis- He. would fain boost lawyers'! they were That looks good from the standpoint a municipally owned enterorlse. fees. He would do this in absolute disregard to the fact that there, isn't enough work to go round among the now. The big lawyers .would] RITISHERS. ARE COMING TO CANADA CANADA has got the United Sta- tes b'eateh as an attraction for emigrants from the British. 1s- lands according to tee reports of the goVernment. junt iasued for the.eleven mon-ths of 1910 ending Nov- ember 3Gr- Thie report that dur- that period there more Britishers "who .came to Canada 2ian wha went to the United States. Ae figures being to .Canada to the United States. A comparicon with the litres tea yean that is to say in 1900, shows that in that out a total British to tbia counttry and the United amounting to againit a total of last year exeeu in .favor oZ the United States was The for :eaeb of 'the eleven (TOD 1900 to 1910 are interesting It is to be noted that they are the figures of Ude excess of the outward over the inward passenger movement in each year batween the United King- dom and non-European countries and that they" include only emigrants who Britten, subjects. To British To United N. America States 1900 1901 1903 1903 1904 1 1905 1906' 190S 1909 91.263 99.944 (eleven'months get the From Other Sanctums practice, hence a scale of .higher fees would make richer the rich lawyers, V 6 About Lawyers' I Without Interest Without Taxes jthe "majoricy of the lawyers" inTwhose' interest the fees were boosted..' But hi t "There has been in recent years Iaffyer8'-fees be-boosted? The''! advance in the cost of.livins hut W shall Venve not to the la-.v-j great there has been no corresponding in- crease in law costs. The majority oi the lawyers can barely make a decent perchance they would be slightly to the only! vfco knows' !awvers' fees living when one .considers their tastes arfrLthe utigant who nas been education and environment" S. F. Lazier, K. C., of Hamilton in his pre- sidential address before the Ontario Bar Association. So lawyers raise the same plaint as everybody, else. They are under- Z. A. Lash, of Toronto has fared For full information, call or address P. O. Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 these fees in the past. Expensive to Maintain (Winnipeg Free Press) It is said that the 'annual revenue from .the Panama Canal will 'be', or thereabouts and that the! annual cost of maintenance will be atUaid. The tellei grinned. The boy had for several number at Simla and Cal- The total uurubeir of Britishers who not_so emigrated from the.British Isles dur- ing the eleven months of 1910 covered by- the .statistics, was More one-half of 'the number came to this country.... Canada's lead the month annual statement will show a still .greater (difference in the numbers j going to -tlie two .countries. j .The British: people are beginning to' learn about Canada and the more they of. it the more eager they are to eonae to it: and settle here. The native of the British Isles has a strong love for his flag and for British in- stitutions. A, land of promise which retains these things that he has at home is a strong attraction to the I Britisher. profession has madeileast These figures are'had just drawn a dollar from his little among the arguments that are being balance and was using an enter- of him a. millionaire. John Roskin is another lawyer who will never spend his last days in the Old Men's Home across from Lansdovcne Park. George F. Shipley the corporation lawyer of THE WORK OF A LABOR PARLIAMENT rp HE FIRST Australian Common- 13- Subsidising a Press cable agen- JL -wealth Parliameat controlled by a large majority of Labor men, nas recently clceed doors at the end of a -which has pproduced an absolute record in legislation, much of which is opposed to the traditions and precedents ot centuries.. The done has been amazing, the House of Representatives sitting three days a week for 10 to 12 hours at Schemes have >been passed for: L Raiainr over. by land awaiting him at the castle, tlie cutta, on- the staff Lord Roberts earl and woe were a sing- used by the opponents, of the'propo- ing wedge, for the rejected balf-dol-1 ularly devoted couple, having agreed sal to provide fortifications on theUar. And so the system was beaten that their reunion after the long sep- Canal, at a cost o! some the boy and a considerable acccs- sion of bookkeeping labor was the price of defeat. aration should take place in that Scot- tish home which they both loved so well. when the latter was commander-Is- chief of the forces in took part under him in the Kurrum'valley and other frontier campaigns, and had he 1 not -been prevented by illness from The present Lord and Lady Minto' joining the Afghan mission of Sir which is to be dealt with by the United States Congress this month. A vigorous opposition to the proposal has developed. Both Dewey and Rear Admiral.Evans a. opposed to the or.fortit Canal. The latter says: "Fonifi-- Uays -a contributor to Lsppincdtt's where, .he was. viceroy. Lady Minto's'sacred at Cabul, with his entire re- and they, evinced very lit- herJth has suffered severely from thejtinue. concern for the dull routine and Indian climate and from anxiety .'con- cations can be of no use against blackading fleet. If a fleet should [t t! blockade the Canal, our fleet sand dollar a year railroad lawyers, always manage to pay the ice-man in the summer and the coal man in the winter, E. B. F. Johnson and George Tate Blackstock, the court room stars know not the grip of the Chill Pen- ury. Wallace Xesbitt oi Toronto and come and meet it, and the Can P. H. Chrysler, of Ottawa, were mak-'rendered inoperative ..until then." In! ing so much calling the Court judges "my lord" that scorned the opportunity of climbing j forts on land, up on -the bench themselves; t must1 details of life. It was cernlng his. danger, of assassination, announced- in.vntloa of all to' and it is no secret'that she would er to the Thirty-Fourth street been, unable "to remain any long- 3Jinto was secretary, of Lord Lar.sdowne when tho latte; was governor general of Canada and j the relations between- the ;two men Supreme, other moving forts on the water crosstpwn hr.e. and to this end the er in the Orient had her husband's have-ince tne-i been further strength lat they will be worth more than stationary in the red hat aslreu for aiu1- cy to the extent of a year. 14. Extending the 1550 a year min- imum wagfe standard to every adult ClvJI servant. 15. Providing cue Federal capital territory (Yass-Canberra) with a tem- porary scheme of government 16. .Making permanent the "white Australia" sugar bounties system. The one sinister feature of the re- cord is the ruthless application by La- bour Members of the caucus system to Parliamentary business. In many taxation. cases the real debates have taken .2. Settling for ten years the a01 floor of the House macial relations of tuu States and the of Representatives or the Senate, but Commonwealth. 3. Enforcing as from January xwxt compulsory military service. behind locked doors in the caucus room of ttc ?or party. Side Lights and're-: term of office been prolonged; while jceived six transfers. But the other !be returns to Scotland with snow rive changed their minds before they j white hair and moustache, Ms face! reached tbe transfer point, declaring'marked with many lines of care, and i themselves in favor of a shopping for-'; nig features characterized by a by the marriage of Lord Minto's r, Violet, to Lord Charles Fitz- second son of Lord Lans- In waiting to Kins i A man sent to an asylum with a load 'of coal gates I where I lucuiacimc. lu-vuj ui (t buuitpius leaturcs ciiaracienzeu DV a grav- yejjj-re !ay, so only the girl with the red hatiUy in which one has difficulty in rc-1 iheld to the original plan and boarded' cognizing the old time daredevil, har-i was Egypt tae street car. When the um-scarum "RoUey" who was in battle of and ser- linary ved throughout the Riel insurrection has seen, indeed, quite ideraole amount of fighting nnn horse and cart outside while he at her, on each side of her costume "ever seen in the a clever Pen- an occas- llo inquire. He walked about all around her. she. house. jlonnl contnouter to the Edinburgh grounds, but failed zo see any one, alone. Then he said: "Where are j For he entered the latter with his made his way back to the gates, but! the The girl with the red >bachelor's gown covering a y-into castle is situated in the more to his horror found they were closed'nat looked up, startled and confiisediunacaaemic coutume which" ended in mountainous portion of Roxfrargshire Jllnisters [have been ssd jneasurss m t. explained aad defended in camera. Transiernng to the ln sbo g Qne rlEhtto issue paper has become a raerPe 5. Financing the building ancestry office." of tbe first AnstraUan The opposition bas fought placfc- Jv'av7- lly to amend measures and reason' f. Controlling and, if necessary with the Government and its support- nationalising "monopolies." jers, but the caucus has worked stea-1- 7. JEatabliihing; the dominance of.ny for Its own and often natioMl Legislature in industrial' very desirable ends. The system has. 'indeed many Aerits. It certainly the old'age pensions pgets the businea- and re- Invalid the mirober of in the aid lower the Teccivinj age forjtwo Houses. The only question Is women 'to 60. ?be country JB treated fiair t. Spendlny over a series' Australians nre grateful ip the of years on oil bounties, 10. Inaugurating peoiiy "postage. 11. Securing "preference to nnion- jfts'' not-cnthstaBdicg the polltscal act- of unions. Labor Ministry for a fine series of achievements. But they ere entitled to know more of the working of rhr Legislature than tho caucus (permits.1 The "system" deceives 12. Transferring to the Common- That constitutes the most the Northern territory. 'damnlag indictment acslnst It. TES! 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, get a new one for a cfcauge. They're fully guaranteed. Red Cross Drug and Book Co, McCREAOY SAGE The Druggist. The P.P. PHONS 555 Continuous Service He tried in vain to open them, and appealed to passers-by to help him, as "the horse and cart 'belonged to him." said one passer-by to an- other, "that poor man thinks he is a carter." tor -the Inv.ant. Then she and boots, and at the con- six miles distant from the quaint with cold dignity: "That sir is all tbe transfer man gave ine." ln the Public Eye elusion of the ceremony he mounted cld town of Kawick. Nature has en- horse, galiored ten miles and lne district with much beauty rived at the track in time hili .and dale aaa history has in- the University steeplechase. Keivestcd il with romantic charm assoc- rode'in the Grand Nat- ialed deed3 of anus in border ional five times, undergoing The late Mr. Levy, o! the Daily Telegraph, once asUed Mr, Saia he had any objection to his copy edited In the ofrice. "Mr. ihe replied "I am like the "oa.cher. I !sell so ranch it is a tnat- Uer of profound indifference whether you serve it fried, boiled or roasted." THE iWINTO'S a serious cropper, if the doctors are to. be believed on one occasion Sir Walter Scott was a frequent vis- itor at castle, and in his "Lay neck was broken, his j of the Last. Minstrel" and other works (Marquis de Fpntenoy, la the ChicagOjLyas short of mtraculoas. .refers to Jlinto castle and various j Lord Minto is the only British, of the estate, notably the Ixird Minto has been more forum- i tleman virter, so lar as 1 know, who known crags overlooking the Trevict, ate than his celebrated great-grand- [won the French Grand Prix at Auteuil; capped by a tower mounted with a fatter, the first earl, who preceded I being the sinsle atniteur gun taken by "kliiot the Brave." him In the governor generalship o! rider in the field of eighteen. He I The castle Is full of trophies and The boy came into the Cleveland bank and laid a half dollar wJtl> his j bank book on the receiving teller's window. "We don't receive deposits of less t'nan a dollar." said the teller. The boy yielded reluctantly to the system aad drew back. But as did not leave the hank. He cresset thei corridor seated himself on K set- tec. The teller noticed aim Biuir.r. there,