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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTI K DAILY HERALD Wednesday, January 25. 1911, it LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD H ED OKQEMUER Putolifhed by the Lcthbridge Herald Pcbiishshp Co.. Ltd.. every evceicR its office, Crabb Aib-rti., Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN, AUxniisci JDiitEcroR ASI> Knrrou PHONE: Editorial, RaportorUI, Nfi'.vs Dept. 1 ye.ir, delivered 61 mouths, delivered 12.00 11.03 1 dellvenju 35c Addresses changed ax niuat be given. PHONE: Advertitlna Circulation and 1252 OA'.LY SUBSCRIPTION by mall months, by mall 3 months, by mail .......S5e but both ntw aud oH WEEKLY HERALD' Publisted every Wednesday in eight or mere and of the news oL the local and discrtct. 1 year, jn advance ia i months, ia Tit THE DA'LY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crow Drug i- Hook Slore, J. G. Robert- ion Co.. Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra howl. Peo- ples Drug Store. YOUUK Co., R. W. E. J. AlitchtU, D.' L. McCrea. Weitlake Bros. Otrtiston Alberta Drug A Book Co! Ftrnle, B. C. Percy 3, Atchitoa. CUreshoIrr, -0. L. KdcecXft, Grassy Tuglir.m. D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine il. 3. V.'idt News Co. Urowi 21'J -ilU St. Also on all C. P. R. as. Purely. BHW "that wan tu man world o'er shall bi-Uin'i'S for HU run- deth'.'Kiiicm of the p.llovipd, of "inch's In- 10 of tue-fcyjwrU-y zuid degradation of' his time was be- yond the ajjpfeciatlon of those who Jived when he did. .It was only, as his Ideas, strengthened and .supple- mented by the moral and religious re- vival which followed closely, gradual- ly became understood, thai lie was ap- prevailed and his popularity restored. appreciation popularity roo Jaie to be by Hurii-5., JTfce victim of first pop i jular favor, and of bis Mio died a true and i ;of what he wrote. 'Kver siufie the i world iryihft 10 make amends jfqr now that hii true worth in appre- ciated, he U loved, honored and prate- j ed, not only by his countrymen, bui by all who have been touched by the simplicity and reality of bis poems, by the breadth of hit ihp depth of his philosophy, by the sound- ness of his tea-ohiug and the tragedy of his life. OUR POINT OF VIEW .Oranges barc.beeu yrown at Wnw- aiisa, Man. Maybe the time will come when bananas will be grown at Cran- brook-, and "Old Man" Simpson's term the "banftua belt" will not be a fifci- lious J. A. Maeaonald, eUiior of tha Toron- i to Gtobe, has just cause for bringing', suit for'.libel against the Peierboroj Review, for on Ite front pape it used! bis cui and called it Honri The aays that Dr. Beat- tie Nesbitt it-heading for Mexico -or Licesse laspec'tor figures thaljsome other tropical country. If the Chtherine's liquor bill Is flsu.tfOO the Fanners Bank had a year. "Liquoring .up" seems to be j Lheir way he would land some place a popular pastime in thotter than the equator. we could set the ear of King j George, we voiild suggest that when, handing om he should hon-j lor and Canada by kin'Rhnng! William of Ih'e P. H.. of ftbe best men fanaria ever prudured. I From Other Sanctums hiar.s protest "l.u jli must be- very bad. The Duke of Connaught's appoint- ment as Governor-General v.-ould suit Bourassa. It is ijuestiouable wheth- er Bourassa. would suit the Duke. Seeing' the World Quickly (Toronto Tele? ran i.) Ami Nrsbitt could not be i! liMji-n if he had won 76 x 142 1-2 corner lots 23-24-25, block 4', Duff Addition Easy terms 48 x 125 on splendid building site. E. 50 x 125 on London Road in block 128. E- v asy terms 51x125 ft. corner Loudon Road and Cutbill, with modern small house and workshop, Easy terms ,4 room house on Torrance Avenue, close in, on 40x125 ft. lot. Snap handles j _ Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 PUNISH THE SANK WRECKERS SEVERELY JN" YEAKS in the peniter. y was the sentence meted j out to a safe 'breaker at Retina i u, those who are acquainted with past record cannot Mo fivfe years Dnring al, [hat Rev. Dr. McQueen" has been "Presby- terian pastor in Edmonton for twenty- was trusted' with the investment oi-ha3 been a {eader in the cluircll and Smnd. years to a banker at Toronto.'! sreat or ___......._ htmdreds and depositors money: his hank causes for the. betterment of the and large dopos'ts He is one "of the reafbig men i -i sting working and honest people in Alberta, and it is gratifying the I-armors! country, parts of Ontario and this man tna: Edmoaion" Presbyterians have set Somebody, Anyway (Montreal Herald.) ihe nest Governor-General of Cat ada -.vUl be either the of Cen- uar.ain, fhe Prince of Tec'x, Lord Dud le y or souiebody else. Now you know. terms should have been stole money for hie own use largo aside a borne and a bank account for around, for the 'banker dc-i e full limit of the ums, and he only received itbis later days. i wreck ounks, and destroy .he f of rftoe didn't get it. On the other hand, j people jn QUr banking safebreaker di.ln't ?et near asj as v.-eii as ruminjj hundreds of money, aud did far less dai Eastern papers' tell us Travers, of Farmers Bank fame, had a-cocktail every as .soon'as.'the bank snoul-i Uc punished to the full -L! closed. Then he felt had mil- "of" fact, ttie law nons to its credit and.all ;was.-well. The hanker held a responsible posi- .made t-ven more severe than ii wiiy he was ever given this class crimJnal.- LfCENblNG BARBERS tache without request, or parts a TO SECURE the appoint ment of a Provincial Exam in- --hair in the middle. ing Board for barbers and Pro- Seriously speaking, ihe licensing of >vincial regulation of the barber trade j barbers is a good idea from the Etand- in general he- made at .the c-opi-l'ppiiit of health. Cleanliness about of a bar The publishes -an article telling- that the air one .hundred >yea'rs "agoi. -It -must cot be forgotten.. that. 6 iir -ancestors according what ing session of the Ontario legislature, and the perquisites Wiiat examination the barbers will jber shop are extremely imp Robm Burns has ther distinction; of -'Sing the- only, poer who.-, for .one.Ium- importaat. Un-jdred years has had :a -naiion have to.pass is not al'i.'der a barbers' in fear loug-suffering.public wilKhope that a jpf losing that enables J nrai-Mcp -jVhomin n n iu'ore care- The evangelistic tfampafen I cannot be. qualified1 to practise rthem to -Dperate t nn.i-i fni "in Tiuine _Vlp "halr 'cutting, shampooing and'j ful.'in he -agrees 'to bem'ents. would be more care- .'ilean "towels ,and instru- Siiph.a system ..would be weJ- during the time his chair i corned in every province, and the bar- is occupied. Then, again, he'should i bars would no; suffer, b.ut be benefit- his license if he removes a inous-jted. GOVERNMENT 'OFFICIALS IN -MUNICIPAL POLITICS I IR "WILFRID --LAURIER has in- vited the Opposition' to join with the Government in coming to a if not .impossible, for the offi- cials to take part in municipal gov- ernment. But many of the'm have po- decision on some rule regarding where the Parc of Idutv is oversight, and the bearing of _ participation of civil sen-ants m mun- These are in as good yicipal poiitJcs. It is hard to see bowja position'as'any to enter municipal i rule can be' made to cover all cases, j public life and give good service. It Pays (Toronto Globe.) The wvn-of ;Barrie under njs.iRicijial control has reduced the cost: ot" th; water and the light service, and has al- so made a profit for the benefit of the! ratepayers. -The fear of public cbntro1; Js gradually disappearing. .First, P.obin, Too y N j cnarter .members ol-'the .Seeii-i'n-ev-! Sania Jack Frost; JUoc. Cook Gunner New-.member down and a month -The 'Drug. Combine .A few weeks' gist, f ronvrNe w Bfnisvrieif cacie hbrc tp open a He. rented, part. nf a ed tolselLhim: anv. gootfs. -This cohi- ._---..- 56 evangelistic .'campaign'-; Toc- a.'deficit of and dollars; If rit-is'a schemevfor-.get- of-trie, noc of. the local ii. co.uld see'hnhVelf. as others'see him it "would" [ra many a and foolish no- tion." Side 'Lights Without Interest and Without Taxes tl A A i. PA A A TIPH I rVT8 rnce to PER LOT For full information, call or address 'P.p. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 There .-are always: some poor who are less provSdeni'tban they might be. The report-of M. P. pa-i up to nesrd aboard ship: I -gave lunch trols is', very little, suffering He No, love: tiirotyn straight overboard, save trouble. among-the new- -settlers is, under the .-have .it It" will In the Public Eye civil sen-ants are in a position j When a man is in a position to serve j 5 .render excellent service to the muu-ithe -community, the body t gicipalities. They have the business ex-! should be.the ._. aTperience, have a, knowledge of public [with his doing so. and have the time available to j Probably ihe best way to regulate circumstances, very gratifying. j was-thought that the .-coif would .cause many lo suffer. j ious places in France and Italy; docks at Millvvali. Tilbury anil Southampton, and many railroad works. Sir John Aird was not only a great cor.lractor and a man of enormous Xipend a good deal on matters outside j the matter is to leave the decision JjVMat n.is ever J jyof their oiiices. Men in such a posi-1 the- offidal's superior officer, or to J had inking ils bordcvs s l-rtibn, should be allowed to take their [the t-hief of the federal department in; _____ in the duties of governing mun-i which he is employed. r If the Dominion govern- j sider that a man's dnli v. .fluent does not allow its employees to devote time to a -oit-v- ?.T on the municipal duties of citi-1 without interfering5--vith the perform- ilillllUl i His. 2 how can it be expected that j auce ot his "duties to any appreciable ._____ 3? Tt-511 _? i, i I4idy (to won't miml my coins on wiili my work while you The lot. of Lethbridge business men are here. Then I shan't feel I'm wast-i o to Great will be about time. A FAMOUS .CONTRACTOR Eng., Chronicle.) ir ..John one of the most fa-'1 wealth: he was a lover of art, and 3 contractors tiie is dead, many celebrated, pictures were paint-j 7. The total number of hours spent on it? S. What was the amount of, rev- emie" derived from water rales during Scotch, or wish- i i th-.tt nt- niiihi lay uf 'l Humorist was hav- Jiis iioois Marked. "Ami is your' a too'.'" ihe boy. "No. sir." boy, "my i her is a farmer." at.'ihe age of 77. -.Atl iirs lile lie had with gigantic but his nriiiie is chiefly associated with .ihe building the colossal Nile dam, when he iim! under his control an ar- my of l.'.'.'O'f liieu, working day and ..tgiit for three years. her employers will do so? It as an official of the govern- that the nature of the duties of jment he should be allowed, even offices would make It undesir-icouraged to do so. ton. sitting for that constituency from KSM "to 1005: .'a Commissioner of ..'le was in Mis of the (Jity of London, lather was a working man, who lieutenant-colonel -of the .Kngin- g'or the and1 Uailway Staff Corps. In w THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF BURNS What is tho. cost. of- producing wr.ter? ed to his order, among these being; 10' Huv': muct 'tas Jrcnarcson-s of'ilmc, Recain-1 Alma Tadema's 'Roses of} 10- was. the-cost of laying tliStaunton's Wall Paper How can we do this in Twenty Days1? Just come and sec us throw our re- main in pr Wall Pa- per Stocks of 1910 from the 'nearest. exit. You may catch some on tlie fly. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Dispenser. Picture Prio'ivE 555 Service- Pi'lett grandson and jilied talking ;.o'j inm. When the little was elcv-j en, his grandfather asked him what he was studying; in his history was the "all about Per- Kin Warheck." "Who was Perkin the king. "He said the prince, "that he the son of a king out he wasn't; he was thc son of re- spectable parents." most successful contracting firms in the world, and was the steam navvy, which has excavation worlr. His greatest work was carried out j in Egypt. The great Nile irrigation, THE LETTER BOX ANOTHER aged three, had been to visjl her cousins, two fun-loving and romp- ing hoys. She had climbed upon her lather's knee ana was telling of her visit. "Papa, every night, John and George say their prayers, they ask God T.O make them good boys." said she. "That is sairl paps. Then, thinking soberly for a f mlnmes, she said; "He ain't done it system, commenced in JSU3. included; FROM NORTH a dam at Assouan, and another at As-; stout. 2SO miles nearer Cairn. The! Editor of the Herald: COMPLAINT LETHBRIDGE would Jike to rail the atten- 17. What amount of revenue is de- rived from thc inspection, of eJcctrio light? One of the objects of tin's list of questions is to ascertain whether City Hlngineer is capable of carrj'ing out all important work'that lies be- fore the city this year. The vast am j mint of wprk that is .to be accomplish- ed renders it absolutely- imperative that no errors shall be made, and tliF.t lalter. to raise the level of the river! ror the benefit .Middle completed in the spring Assouan .1am, which was finished placed at every second street In Third' over, as In the case of the. London le Egypt. of the post office officials to the, m or" 190-. The Rs.ct of there' being: one new letter lir.xj w none of tlie valuable 'time shall hi wasted in doing the same work twico July, 1902. was formally openrd, avenue, and-there is but cne in all by the Duke of in the fol-1 -North Lothbridge, and I understand December, was designed to there were four to be placed in that ratse the level of the Nile for 140 j district, mites above tha First Cataract. The! I would like to ask the postmaster's total length of the dam is one leason for this discrimination, quarter mile, and in its construction j RATEPAYER. RATEPAYER ASKS QUESTIONS Ktlltor of the Hernld. would deem it. n favor if you would grant me the privilege of en- deavoring to obtain some inform.ition on the following points, through the of v.vnr iniirr.al" over a million tone of masonry were used. Tlirj difference level above and below JR STft., and navigation isj provided by a series of four locks. 4 The datn is capable of discharging' tons of water a'second. By. I the building of the dam a large area; I "Madam, may I ask you to remove MRS bpen rendered prcMiictivr. j i your hat J rhc total cost of both "sir, yen arc j which Egypt is to pay off! 1- V-'ill the City Council furnish the j madam, doubtless, but i in yearly instalments of puallc .1 printed, statement covoiinj: the discomfort of standing Jn a sway-' tng car with your hat pin through the rim of my ear must be my excuse. Per- naps my oar is too large, anyhow." "My pigmy The poet Of his dear child, the darling of his fteart; ?i tb clutch ths str.fvui prJ throiit- r thirty yesrs. The engineer was Sir-and fully explaining the following Benjamin Baker, and the contractors) questions: Alrd Co. About '15.000 workmen.; of levels fJurirjt: Hie mostly Egyptians, were employed in: last eighteen nontiisV "the gigantic task. Number of men employed on This More recently Sir John was thc! work'.' of Bristol's "three million" 4. Total number of -hours spent ni rotul sewer main. It is, thareforc, :uv cessary to sntisiy- the citizens or as to. the engineer's com- petency to look after their before any increase of salary is grant- ed him, the city should furnish full complete and accurate answers to above questions, together with such explanations as engineer ?ees fit to offer, for impartial criticism, citizens are not so blind but that they cannot see through tlie farce of tak- ing levels by a'vast "army of assist- ants" so has this bluff at working that it is now habit- AO a. IIICHIIB oi killing time. Tile public should be given full ia- lormation, concerning the above, as our .Mayor is paicL to give us informa- tion. see that oar public utilities are on a sound, paying and business- like bssis. such as Calgary, ami they are not in a satisfactory condi- tion to ascertain where thc weak points exist, and to remedy ihom wiih cost of surveyins thai per- That ig, my cor.nlor- Dart. dock, the Royal Edward. Other enter- tins work? ptlses with which he had been as- 5. sccisivu his icng career in-'- t'on of Glyn Street lying elude waterworks nl Amsterdam, Co street anrt London road, penhagen. Ixvndon and How many mon were at Copenhagen, on thnt viero of out delay, as 1 contend that tho in LethbrlfTgo have reached n height out of all proportion ia. thc work.that, fiar. acconiplisncd, or rather .Yours inily. HATEl'AYKR. ;