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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4.; THE LETHBptDGE DAILY HERALD' Tuesday, January LETHHRICGE DAILY HERALD DECETMBER.' bT tbc Lethbridge Herald Publishing; Co., Ltd., iff office, Crsbb Street, Lethbridge, Alberu, Canada W. A. .BUCHANAN MANAGING JUmiicroR AND .EDITOR PHON-S: EdltorlaJ, Reportorlal, News'Dajst PHONE: Advertising Circulatlpn and Job. Depts. 'v OAJLY SUBSCRIPT50N.RATES tyear, "t 1 year, by mall 6 months, j g m mal, 8 months, delivered.....JL.CO 1 mouth, delivered-___.'. ,35t: 3 months, by nmi} ...----85a ".Addresses changed as oCten" as desired, but and old addresses must be slvaa, WEEKLY HERALD -Publieh-ed every Weanosday-in eight or mere j-ages, asd t suinmurys of the news 01 the weeS, local aud district. 1 year, fn.advance......51.50 3 uioatlis, in advisee 6 months, in iNlvanea ,...76o THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT "u been disturbed. Tho shareholders were not surprised, as they loujj ago realized there was nothing left to turij. Drug Book Store, J, G.: Robert- son Co.. Johubtou Jack- eon, Alexandra Hotel. "Pec- pies Drug Stcre. Co., R. W. Hamilton plncher J. MHchaU, D. L. vMrCrea. Bros. Prut t. 'Book Co. v 'Fernie, B. Cranbrook, B. Aichlsoa. L. RelaecXa. Grassy Tugliatn. Diamond D'Arc'a Drug Store. Medicine B. G.-r-World News Co. 2i.U 4th St, Also on all C. P. R. trains .Toronto Liberals had a free figbt at ttioir unuual nitfet-Mig. Glad to that the Libs in the Tory fortress urc still alive. government to have such coins called iii, than to any tenderness uhk'U' conscience inay have acquired. 'Jhe call for laundries In Western which the Montreal Herald seems surprised about, is merely an evidence of the desire of the people of the West to be clean. Baron Mumm. a Geruiim ambassa- dor, has retired, but tv certain erage of the same aamo is still In active business. A despatch Bays it-is fifty below zero tip in the Porcupine Hills. How much further below is. it iu the val- leys'.' The death of J. E. t'iiio enslneer of the C. P. R., !5 ro IT all who had the good, for tune 10 know him. He was intimately! connected with the srowib of-the C j U. in til3 Canadian having' seen tho-engineer in of ths division for the past six; The Travers Way (Toronto TeK'srum) was? the lightning flash aud there revealed tho rigor of the garni? that Travers was playing. Outsiders -wore liy Mr. Tra- vers' pyrotechnic? displayi of indiffer- ence to money. When t'.io Kast Kov borough street, neighbors were plant Dig Siiylings in from of their stately womes, H. Travers plumed full grown trees at e-iich in front of manstou. "1 haven't time to '.vuit for youag trees to said Travers. An aperture of sinoority was open- ed in the wall of.sluim ovory after- noon when Travers hurried to his fnv oriie larroom and Vaid twenty-ihe cents u cocktail, inado up double tUe ordinary to brace up bb sunken nerves. Side Lights Meant the Other Fellow Walter Kuianuel is the drollest man iu literary envies. Oace years. He was very popular and cap-j De calling ou an'editor and and. as one man abruptly. LABOR LEADERS LABOR IN 'ENGLAND -now haj its prominent leaders members of the King's Privy Council, rlu tlie list of New .Year's 7 honors U tound the name of William Afcradam, M. honored by made a councillor. He is the second Labor privy" councillor, the first'being Mr..Thomas'BurL Mr. Ab- 'ranani has -represented the Welsh .Miners in Parliament since 18S5, and PRIVY COUNCILLORS no member of the House of Commons is more universally respected. Be- sides being 'a great orator in his nat ive tongue, he is also a fine vocalist, and .to hear him sing "Land of My Fathers" js a revelation. Mr. Abra- hams has' been the leader 01 the Welsh miners ever since the great strike of ,1573, and no body of work- men has had a more disinterested, a more honorable, and a more sympath- etic leader, an English paper tells us. mm. when told of his death, "he was white all IQO wii The Toronto Xows says that Dr. Heattie Besbitt ran for mayor of Tor- onto three years ago in use the of his position to get mon- ey in England for the Farmers Baak it >s no pun to say vhat je svas bank- ing oa bein5 elected. -Magrath, Bovr- Island, and Claresholm are all after a de- monstration farm. Barons and Xobi. have not spoken yet. Perhaps such a thin? is too plebian for places such aristocratic names. REGINA HAS a public library, acd the annual report'shows that'it 'has been ail unqualified success. :A striking clause iii the nbrarian'5 re- iport Is this: particularly gratifying to aote thafthe children of fbreigii parentage "residing in end of .tie city, liave come-to-be among-.the most per and enthusiastic patrons ol the library- These children are bright intelligent, :and their interest at THE VALUE OF A LIBRARY graptiy. The. sets 01 historical read-. ers in the library are in. constant de- mand by them." There is proof ot the value li- brary. It is disseminating knowledge among our new citizens. What could be more important. Once we'get our foreign born citizens reading literature, English history, and Eng- lish biography, we need not fear ab- out their citizenship. They -will fill themselves with a love and respect li it is necessary for Earl Grey to siay as until after the King and Queen return irom their trip to Australia, India and Canada so as to ailcw the Duke of Con naugiit to take Canada will nave no objection. Earl Grey ca stay as long as he will and then some if he wants to please Canadians ta "I must uot." lie remarked, "occupy of the time- ot a busy mau." "Not. at exclaimed the editor, '1 am always pleased." "Placidly came the rejoinder, "1 rererrtug to myself Thoughtful Boy A colored ctjok Jn the of i Ktcfituoad, Ya., fasii-j-. ausuns other} 'aecompiishmeucs the taleuij of makiug the finest kind of bread. she takes great pride in hitving th? loaves turn out well. Her dismay. mere eveam ting the pan ot dough to me in the! kitchen, ajt.d had seated herself en the door sill, her soven-year-old soc cany rtiaaicg to her, shorn; "Jlaiamy, maiansy. dfre's a mouse: efore, may be when OQOJ a'ter sis tnd linisced eet-i rirst lies' chiefly in fairy tales, antniii for British institutions that will make -'stories, .history and historical hio- taem. ideal citizens. HIS REFUTATION :rp o THOSE PALVIILIAE. -with the I J_ banking-record of Trav 'ers, it "vras. difficult to'under stand why he was ever placed in cnarsre of the Fanners Bank.- He vras associated for years %rith the Mer- chants Bank; and it would nax'e been easily learned from the officials of -that bank the manner of man he "was. He .left-its service more or less un- der a that fact should.haire precluded him from identification any other financial institution NOT GOO D As "the facts come out, one is impress- ed that the Farmers Bank was organ- ized for the spoil that was in it for a Jot of'financial adventurers, and pity it is'tbat hundreds of farmers througL out .Ontario were their victims. One wonders why.the Associa tlon ever recognized an mstituuci! the head. The .failure of_ the bank has doce much .-to shake the faith of people m our banking system, and the Bankers Association ia to more or less extent to blame. CERTAIN '.DRUNK has been appearing at the police -court regularly, that Police Majfis ,trate Bail considered it advisable to advise him to take the gold cure. I: IE optional, of course, with the delin- quent whether he takes the advice or not.- The magistrate should have the "power to sentence a man like that to a. terra in an institution "which will cure him'of tho disease afflictia? him. There should he a government insti- Joseph Fels tells of buying some pro- perty for eleven thousand dollars and! a few years later se.Ulag tc the j who sold it tc him for cne hundred; arid twenty-five thousand, and asks! who is to blame for it. He says he did nothing to make the value in-j crease. There are not many people who maSe any kick.ou such things. The aged cook, sprang np aid frac-- ticaily hastened to the scene of the, disaster, shoaling. "Did yo' aJje aim as she clumsily "Xo, said tise child, "but I done just as jooi pitched Ue cat; ia an' he's diggin" after his to teat Freeman MacLeod Go. Lethbridge Hotel Block J JJ Ul I flOWTI V YT 11 U11U Without Taxes Without Interest Ths Psalm of the Suffragette me viti scoralcj n You're too manj- voters no' Woman, yafeeced from her Wants the balioc From Other Sanctums Seems to he's Habit (Toronto Globe.) Curious iiow'.-.iaany dramas of the law-in Ontario end-with the words. "TCe bird has flown." Downfall., of England (Toronto Siar.) It Tvill be a sorr? day for when it. has a premier who approaches tne standard Joe Mania has set for tiie holder of that, olike. TREATMENT OF INEBRIATES -would he sent instead of to jail. A term in prison does very little towards taking a. man's appetite for alcohol) or'drugs from and frequently ho comes out worse than he went. in. ii the'purpose of 'punishment is to-re- form the Dtsnished, ,thsn it is oniy rea- sonable to argue that the ifiuiishineQi; shonid take the form most likely to bring about a reformation. For that purpose it seems as though an insti- tution for treating 'inebriates is as necessary as an institution for the "L" of a Mistake (Toronto Star.) What has Sir A_ B. AyJesworth been doing to the newspapers of Ontario that they insist upon spenius Liui instead of Give some of these fellows an inch, and tney" take an "L" lution of that sort to :vhich men retention of criminals. Government, the Evangelist (Toronto Star.) Mr. j. N. Shensione is pleased to note that: theVe is less bad money on the collection plate than at Toronto's last revivaL This, however. prc- Dably due rather, to the efforts oi tho Life wita Bill or life -ith Is ao aore our destined goal. -Man thou an: to ntaa ;hou Kat -are, too, demand the poll. Not enjoyment, naajht but Is the legislator's "way: For we'll get to bira tomorro'v if be shouJd today. Art's expensive, styles are Let oar laccd-edged baaners Thcs inscribed, o'er every "Give us salfrase or the Heroines, prepare for'batiie. Leni your efforts to the atrife. UrLve ail husbands forth like cattle: tie a woman, noc a Trus: no man. nowever He'H agree to all you say, b'end you candy a Go and vote the other Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address The Standars! Securities Co, P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 HONOR FOR DEPARTED HEROES A FEW WEEKS AGO a handsome r ne3s of serving one' country faitt- nvonnmc-nt was unveiled at i vlnll-v- evon to -death. These mon'i- AVesterharc, England, the birth-j meat3 and the histories that place "of General Wolfe, in honor of stir UP in tte hearts of the! his And now there is a move ment on foot to erect, a splendid raon- youth of the land a sense of their j duty to their country that they other-( I wise -would not get.. One thought lead! ument in honor ot some of the Can I iug to another.'they learn That adian heroes of the War of 1S12. To' are other of sen-ing one's many this loolcs like a waste of money try and fellowmen, that are just and an education in belligerency that noble, just as patriotic and just as; a effective as fighting and dying on thej v-j batriefifelJ. "Heroes should be honored' is not needed >n this country. But country shoald honor it? Kv en though it may do no good to tfcc! not alone for their own sake, but forj dead heroes or their friends it is an the sake of the effect of this tribute] illustration to the living of the on the living. j OUR POINT OF VIEW The Anglican rector at Peterboro Ont.r entertained all the Protestant clergymen of that city at luncheon. More of that spirit displayed am- ongst the clergy would soon bring v-b- out.a closer .bond of union between ;.the caurcnes. An anti-tippfng law has been intro- duced in the House of Commons. Ev ery decent citizen will hope that it passes; for the tippins system is a ly the other day. when he had a car-j tooa the subject, "A Now YorVJ heiress, aged 17, is to be married lo a; foreign ob'emaii, age3 45." Under thej cartr-su these woras, few but. pxprpcs! of the disgust of sane people with j this heiress hunting "Tbe marriage service will probably fie :n words of one syllable, the bride will probably ce attended by her do1' and given away by her nurse, and the organ will doubtless play the 'Lone- green' wedding march." Tor IS in e Hundred Dollars Worth of Stanntoh's Wall Paper can we do this in Twenty Days? Just come and sec us throw ;our re- maining Pa- per Stocks of 1910 from the nearest exit. You may catch some on the fly. Kon. Rudolphe Lemieux says Bay lino will benefit East as well ?.s the West. That's tha big Canadian way o! .looking r.i things. McCntcheon, the clever cartoonist of Chicago Tribune, hit it pert'ect- Governor Harmon, of Ohio, is the! jv-l lavorits tor the Ot-mccratic presldoti-l the! tta' nominat'on- Evidently they pecfoe will bring about harmony party. Toronto police found the doors ofi tJie Farmers Rank open the oth-1 er niglit, but reported nothing ha.j Book Co. Wives of greax area all remind us tt'e can inase our lives sublime, And preceding, leave behind All the rest at dinner time. Let us, then, be up and doing, Don the trousers and the coat, l-'or our candidate pursuing' ihe elusive, nimble vote. Set. Hon. Edward P, Soioscoa. a itb African Hoc. Thos. i once a folioxer ol tbe lisi- 003 Sctreincr; Han. II. editor and of the Eiiaten: i Province KeraM. aa pn- I per. and Abe Bailey, one of the most j tnterestin? in 3. Africa were Knights ol the Orrfer of SL and St. The- bacnclor Hon. Joha H. M. B-acS, SI, D.; Thoa, of and Mayor Gerard Van Uoeschocen, Krezorfa. A supplement of Gazette. inttmajes that a number of wito were roenbcrs o.' tho Councils 6! the Cape o; Good Natal, the Trsr.svaal and the Oranse Hirer Colony, at time o' the ts- taDiishmeiit of tbe Tnion will retain tee title of ".Honorable." tnem are General Christian dc Wet titra 53115 up to ifcc Crow's to shove; scow. 3ixtcen cf us, tbe bcsii time keeper, a coo5c aad two helpers. vero hud- injo such sniill Uiat the cook uid not riavy room in wfclch to do the cooking properly, with result tft-it we nearly stirred. ered up !h? bunke, so that, day or we put up with a great many 3f ihls doubted by any- one, ici them go and Investigate foi and they will fmd that tec conditions are the on thi lines of :he C. P. R. from coast const. The men have to put up witi it because tlio Company will not pa< roro we could g-t the promised to. and the labor oatpn, }j -Aiis coJ'J. and we bad to jampj er3 ought not to patronize this com around to keep warra. Pan-v aar moro iQey have to. A? the snocr blew in and cov ONE OF THEJ1. and General Hertzoir. Kesembling a giant microscope lls oseraiion is a vertical camera that; nas bees invented for photographing smail objects. THE LETTER BOX Rest and Undivided Proiils Toial Assets Over COMPLAINS AGAINST CHARGZ T.he oldest pioe organ in ihe world _, T _ ,r -an instrnment datinp from in a church on the Island of Gothland! in the Baltic Sea. In the Public Eye t-OS SOUTH i last Wednesday night, a: S o'clock, a certain ambulance driver tor the Gait Hospital, answered a call which had been in by one of the took z sick man fromj i the Windsor Hotel to tae hospiraL j at the hospital the driver ser.r I i in his bill to the sick to be 0- AFRICANr.! K.VJ. Two days later, while lying ir. j the hospital, tne hill was presented to No Man Remains Poor who saves every week, or month, or year, a ___________________ certain auionnt, no matter how small. Feu- ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this Bank provides a safe place for your savings to accumulate, and grow with the Interest which is added 31.00 or upward is enough for the first deposit. Money may he whenever you need it. cor. fTounrf i P-rinnth SU G- R.' TINNING Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Gratsy Lake- rt. VV. Saiilie. Manager. f New Year's Honors, j the sick man for payment, and to his lid tribute to the astonishment, it was ror 12.00. Now. j of some of tne public men of South! this sick rear, was .wurkin? j Africa, who had assisted in establish-! city, and after paying his The Dispenser. SAGE The Picture Fram-r. PHONE 555 Continuous Service 51 Union oaronets. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAtRD, GENEKAL MANAGEFT CAPITAL REST, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends TO Farmers every for the transaction of their banking- business including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank saies notes arc supplied free of charge on apoHcation. BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Parliament, were create.l! employees what they should. Commerce to be operated by mail, and receive the same careful In his list of 'Jcorgc paid or the board hillo j ing a great British Dominion wherei seldom had a dollar left. j only a few years ago war rarn-1 A atop shou'id be to such chars? pant. Hon. Abraham Fisher, an A'-: es a fich man, and particular- nkander and the first Prime i ly the laboring: and againa, f tcr o" Orange River Colony, and Jfin some olher people as well. isier of Lands in the new Union gov-! F. MURPHY was made a Privy Council- lor. In addition to Dr. Jameson, he C. P. R. EMPLOYEE MAKER PROTEST Raid fame Sir George Herbert Far-j rzr, uitvtr sentenced TO t by Paul Krager, now leader of tbe Op-j fcldltor, Lethbridge Herald: j position in tao Union and} of the C. P. R. are 1 Hon. David Preter dn ViUier.i "err Poor in the eyes of the people .Minister of Posts and Telegraphs in- Because ihe C. P, R. will net pay rheir Right Kon. Frederick for somo years Premier of Na- tal: Sir .las, Percy Fitznatrick, nurhor. banner and gold digger: Hon. Nicholas Krederic rfe Wnal, administrator of the Province of the of company provides xery poor accommo as s jrjven to all other departments of the Banks business. darton for Its road gangs, and the- Moncy may be deposited or withdrawn in this wav as satisfactorily as cars which they, occupy are so by a personai to the Bank. 231 dent that in winter time ths njr.n nertr J r u? Branch C, G, K, Kourse, Mgr ;