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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iltHlttiOAt, tUilOAV, -BDiByHeroM to Daily Hmkl Of.. Ud.. lawful. iy Bound 0L. W. A, 0s IUtM JO IM IJO JS IJO J3 I 4 de- but both and old Aiui be git en. deliwad, mooUu, ddiww one motaa, one bj mail aix by aaail Daily, ihiee bj mail Weakly Herald, oae year addreatea ehanfed ai often 1 OUR LETTER BOX. ixieu 01 tt chilli kept in the coiiuuou jail with hardened criminals such, as are at present iu the MacLeod jail is that brings a feeling of horror ami injustice to everyuiie. 11 causes to thiuk that soiaetiiing is sadly wrong when such u. thimf is possible. This iustauce added to the case ol the two lads about fifteen of ajfe sentenced some moathn ago. by .'Judge "Winter, to four years, makes public think tliat some provision should be made immediately for the care of unfortunate boys who are not yet criminals even, though, they ore ui JaiL The government has already rnado plans for the erection, of a reforma- tory and has appointed a very ex- cellent and suitable man to take charge the work. But the pre- sent situation demands immediate attention, It is not necessary to 10 R WRANGLER The remarkable capabilities of the Jewish, race received the a.. when Brodacaky, a Buaeiwv Jew of twtu- ty, the sou. of a poor emigrant from to East London, was brack- eted with a youujr Englishman for the Senior Wrauglership at Cam- bridge, the iughest academic dis- tiucvlon attainable at au English un- iversity. Thifi is justly as a remarkable performance met is borne in .tnat use recip- ient of the honor could not speak iv word of .English wnoti he lauded tit the age of live, and from the start has Iweu handicapped by the extreme indigence of his laiuiiy. iu u. sc-usc seldom purallyled he has SJDCU in- debted to himself every step in his upward progress. We are told that he first iK'gon to acquire the rudiments of an cducu tion at the Jewish Freo School in which he left five years ith a scholarship which, secured lot im five years tuition at the Cowpcr treet Central Foundation School, i 1902 he was placed first' in nil xmdou lor the London County C il Intermediate Scholarship, al- though ha was the youngest student ho at the time presented himscli or examination. His success cntitl rum tn ft five years' scholarship at Cowper Street School, and three later he passed the Cambridg Senior Local extuniuatiou. obtaining prize of and another scholar ship of for: years In the some year (1905) he gaine the Senior Antony Death exhibition (Tin IM not sentiments expressed la this col- uma. All correspondence muK to by "tta wrkwn have a fifty thousand dollar building tenable at one the two chief Eng erected and a whole corps of men ap pointed. A small building either er ected or rented, a housekeeper, and ilr. Chadvvick in charge ol the boys now incarcerated are all tha are required. What these boys want is a horn with, good home influences. The. want xo receive training at some in stitution which when they leave attaches no stigma to them. Thi institution must not be a reforma tory of the kind in Ontario and nztoba and other places which I been blots on the good name of Ca- nadian humanity and civilization in their abundant success in turning in- nocent boys into hardened criminals. It must be more in the line of a Children's Aid or Orphan's Home, a sort of reform school. This is one of the state's most se- rious problems. It means the sav- ing of boys from lives of crima. The problem, however, must be solved for the saving of a single boy to the best that is in him is worth more than all the court houses and jails in the province. There are three boys that the Herald knon-s of that should be put in care of ilr. wick or some other suitable person in a suitable place at oace. Their portion is more serious than If ihey had smallpox and requires immediate- action. tish universities for three years, th exhibittou being worth a yea for the purposes of education and a year for the expenses of out- OUR POINT OF VIEW A rumor says that Sir Wilfrid Lau- rier may be a candidate for a Toron- to seat. Toronto Is so Tory that it suoner elect a yellow dog than the most brilliant Liberal statesman in the empire. The Conservative press is whining because the Scott Government decid ed to go to the country yet the same press has been persistent in declar- ing- that the government did not n- present the people and challenged Premier Scott to go ti. the country. He has accepted thi challenge and the other chaps not whimper. The American Unitarian Associa- tion has placed advertising- contracts with thirty-two daily papers and twenty-one weeklies and will pay for the publication of pertinent para- graphs making clear the Unitarian view. This looks too much Iikc run- ning the church iis a business. fit. In of the some year hJor- mal School, shiis; inspector- of Public antl Separate Schools of the provincV of Ontario, :an.d" Kbrtnal; Schooiw. ther and die without being in the King David's wife lady in thu Dreamer pany now playing in katchevran. Women is the leuling Comedy Com- Xorthem Sas- alwivys get to the front, even amongst a bunch religions fanatics. PLANTS HAVE INTELLIGENCE Francis Darwin Will Reassert Old i 4 Thesis at Jubilee In Honor of 1 His Father London. July Darwin, who will bo. president of UK- British Association meeting on tlh.- occasion r.f the jubilee of his father's announce- ment of bis famo'us theories, w'.ll re- iterate in his inaugural address thoi contention that plants are endowed) with inteJligence, for which he was rriticistKl by coscientists yonrs ago. Darwin illustrates his theory chief ly by climbing plants And tho TPS- poTist- of plants to infiuonco of light, deducing therofrom that plants have memory and so develop habits. He will particularly describe the hop their intolli-oncr. and memory are iiardiy than those oi tho lowest animals. The association will meet in Sop- letuber. ii Temporary Defeat Becomes eventual victory with the right man at the helm, and we ain't sayin' nothirr. The early closing abortion an abortion. least able to prevent it. Lost year I spent over fifteen dollars getting the water put across the road and getting a pump to raise it to the level of the garden, and was only able to use it three This year there has been NO vrAT- ER and my trees etc., are slowly and surely dyiag for lack of it. W. N. W. X. talks about "Getting what we pay twenty per cent, of the people could would look immeasurably better. T get one half they pay for the citj- am paying my taxes the same as others, yet cannot get sidewalks, seu-or. xvater system, nor irrigation water, cannot even persuade "powers that lie" to place light at the corner of Ae ditch where it takes the double-turn at Westminster lload and Courtland street and so ohviats the necessity for my neighbors anil mysolf going out with lanterns in the, winter and helpmg people out of the! ditch ns have had (o do IK Vhe past. j I have refrained from writing sooti- er because I was nwarc that. Mr. Scott was straining every effort to get the water into the city and I not wish-to make his tnsk any more difficult but cannot hold my peace any longer when I read such utter rot, as that advocated by Aid. Ives and "Waste not. Want not" UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES. Let those who can. get a portion of what they pay for; and again T say, SMALL TO THEM if they take all they require while thcy the chance though T do not up- hold waste. Thanking yuu Mr. Editor, I remain Yours sincerely for a more Liberal Viewpoint 1 A. Smith :P That's wliaVevery job we Go gives. We guarantee to plense you, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have a large stock of Wall Paper at our aud gee it. See as for Pandif, Paper Httfiftg, Bwse Decorating, KaJscaisiif, etc. Residence Alberta Realty Co Lethbrid je Alberta HAMILTONi-ft, YOU NO nd K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. t- CONYBEARE 4 JONES Barruten, Ete. Office: Conybeue Alt.. W. C. KMMONS Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. O. AU01SON S'Jcccctor To B, C. MOORE Director and to PresbyterUo DhureK, Oflice Phooe 102. Iksideuce F. B. ROLFSOH ARCHITECT Whitn.y JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Str.ek THE MISSES BROOK Drtswnaken Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing WOMEN'S GHRiSTJAN TEMPERANCE UNION Mt-et ifethodiat Wesley Church third Friday in- the month at 3.30 p. mi-- .Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHA8. McCLENAGHAN, WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbill and Courtland Leihbndge Where will you Spend your If you are looking for a place providing excellent hunting, fishing, boating, etc., combined with magnificent scenery and hotel accommodation, come to CROW'S NEST and stay at the SUMMIT HOTEL late V mi ip AtfDY GOOD, Proprietor Coal, Ice and I PRAYING; f Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietora Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE: ea (31) A. F. ft.' A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thiixi Thursday of each month in .the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, tt 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receire a hearty welcome. A..C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. P. O. Box Meets 1st and Drd M o n d ftya in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited. s. a. DAVIES, w.p 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S I I Cowley 1 Mi-amvhile, our 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT SALE continues, and '.he special of Poolc Bros. Co.'s bankrupt stock of we refer chiefly to Children's Picture and Story Books, at 37 I 2c on the dollar. TIE flUNE! Cowley, July funeral uok place on Sunday last of old Mr. Run ncr, about 75, who born a a settler in the Porcupine Hills for the past seven years. Quite u num- ber of neighbors paid the la-st trib- ute of respect to the departed by fos- his remains to Livingstone for interment, where the tnirial ser-i j vice was read by Rev. G. Hamilton j evt-viini? at the residt-nrc of the bride's mother, Mrs. .J. MO Larcn in the Hills, Miss McLaren was united in marriage to Mr. Trot, The cer- nev. Ivlr. j Firi'ivy. A large number of invited I guests gathered to celebr.ite the feli- I citous event and to give the youthful I bride a handsome and hearty send- a rancher of that locality. cmony was performed by The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Nortk of tJK Eaiiroad ail West of Westnitsttr U. FROM EACH Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each "P A C V One-third cash< one-third 6 i 19 months, balance 12 uiontlia. latcrest 6 Aiiierti irrtytiai Cc (M letkMfi, Mil. Canadian Order ol Foresters PROMPTED by the ly increasing for Bath Room we have just received very beautiful line new and artistic covering a of The Fixtures are the finest, moat nitkle plate, and that yon could not be interested in beauty and It would be a to have you call and amine them whether are an intending chaser or C. W. LETHBHDGE No.262 Meets iu K. of P Hall last Thursday of month, Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. LuTHBRlDGE. LODuc. U C. 8. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of eaoh i month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Txxlge Pride of AlbertA: No. 293.' te 0f ERiM taefit Meet in tho of Pjthia-Ball rpry flrnt third Thnrnddj in .t 8 Viaiting brethren A T. F.oMni, Si r. W. Prtw.lwu Box 57. First-class Gafe HTU mut Stort Order Betwttr, Mtals CARROLL DOYLE NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall fec- und aud fourth in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- Trould do well to with ROBERT NEVIN, Chiet W. A. DICKSON, ;