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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta What to Do With Juvenile Offenders New Lnw Makes Provision for Bal ing With Thorn According to the Modern Kxperifnce of Does Them Most society where tliere The act resecting Juvenile Delirt originating under the care ofHon r is so drafted that any city or town municipality may apply uncl have it declared in force in that municipality by the Covemorin upon proof that proper fac ilities for the carrying of its provisions have provided by the A most it Act is jj of to be knovn Court very closely vibcrii to the couri officer on all cases y exorcise a great Adults who aid ing in a responsi what they can liable on conviction enile Court to or Sentence may lo A special clause i A n is only Centre Will soon the railroads built beyond tfca fur OF Farther Iwjjin to slip When a railroad to Peace River awl waterways of ng feature o become a town n u Edmontons days as a on the banks of the without centre are the whore the transhipment of the commercialism and to steamboats Im Tliair duties the fur centre farther and there fur buyer but us but trader will wot as they do 11 L of tenant has gone as A they may climatic conditions will rapids in the Athabasca 0 ami important will always remain a large the great drawtacks to the country where the fur transport route to the were among the winter road were cut out from hie fail features in the to Fort to prevent the past present comlit point there is steamboat 0 on the and future probabilities of to Fort it would 0 fine Of one told to the Canadian Club cheapen freight rates into declares thai U municipal These facUitioh consist in the establishment of a Juvenile Court and of detention homes for and provision or appointment of probation officers and Juvenile Court In the case of adoption of the Act by arate municipality generally siwak ing it is anticipated that it will be adopted by the Governor illCouncil will appoint to offlce of Juvenile CourtJudge any Super ior Court or County Court judge or any having jurisdiction in tlie ACT Act shall bo liberally tha the authorities sliall endeavor to fi the position of parents towards ti delinquents and treat not a criminals but as misguided childrw Edmonton a few days ago by Mr Harrison who has for i forty years been associated with that trade a resident of the Edmontoi and an old employee of th Hudsons Bay traversed the wild woodlands ha When a railroad is built to AUiabasca and the building of a line is now only dependent on receiving of labor to the army of frrifltoters who now earna living freighting to the landing will of If the Gov It ordered tho ings in the court shall IKas al as may Iw The probation otlicer has the pow ers of a and shall make in vestigations as required by the attend to represent the interest of the child when the case is and take charge any child before or after trial as It abolishes the old act respecting trial of youthful and with draws from ordinary punishment all boys under sixteen and girls under Juvenile Court has exclusive jurisdiction in all cases of cleliquency by but where the deliquency is of the nature of an in dictable offence andthe child is over Fair Play to Foreigners AND CANADIANS IX T1TE water roaches of the great north land crnmenfc WOuld open a united Youngs essay was filled witn to J McMurray there men would find the spirit of imaginative power and enthusiasm as well as with accurate From The Edmonton Bulletin the follcvmg extracts are taken As the search for gold mines and other mineral wealth have in many countries led to the opening up of those lands uiineralshave been found to so the pursuit of furs has been in British North America the lueans of gradually op ening up and civilizing the vast ex tent of country now under the Gov ernnkent and control of the Strangers in Lethbridge of The iur traders have the transport of goods for north coukl more cheaply carried and the traders bcing able to get in during winter a supply of goods available for early spring could the business with less itrequired when large stocks must be carried to meet any eventualities of the The old system of packing goods at a value ofso many or water the universal sys tern of the Bay Company is gradually changing to valu ation iu these districts the an nual payment of treaty money by the been the pioneers of this agenfcsof the Government has made When the on the im migration came up in the House of Commons theother for fourteen the juvenile Court is emJ wanted to know whether it to send to the or as as he had that dinary courts if the childs good and publicinterest demand The which may be treated in the Juvenile Court are listed at great They include violations of the Criminal Code or any statute or municipal ordinance Imposing as a possible punishment associa tion with criminal or immoral per visiting licensed bars or public that is attending any public this using vile and fin ally smoking or possessing any form of Canadians going from the eastern provinces were not so well treated by Government officials as mum Today there are no new lands them to the limit to grants from other His fears were set at rest by the Minister of the who said I have as my has that the native Canadian does not get the same show in the Canadian West as the a There to be that the ttie foreigner who does not speak English language deserves and does AND PRIVATE Any child arrested within the oper a Lion of this Act isto be taken before the Juvenile and be fore any other magistrate must be transferred at once to the Juvenile Trials are Ho be private and ivpart from of and if la the ordinary courtroom at least two hours must elapse after the close of the adults trial Ixrfore the beginning of a juvenila con taining the name of the child or its guardians shall be published by any pnper without leave of Where there is no detention home nncl exclusively for no child charged under Act shall be in carcerated unless in the opinion of the Juvenile Court or his dep uty 5f such a course is neces sary to ensure its The written or of any proper person to le responsible for the childs appearance may xi ac cepted and failure to fulfil it shall be contempt of Notice of the hearing of any charge of delinquency is to be served on par ents or or failing these on any near relative living in the NO JAIL BEFORE receive an attention that EnRlSshsiXiaking man and would resent if offered There Tore when foreigners come here speaking no language but their who arc not familiar with our laws and system if we operations has leen and each year sees the area where furbearing animals can exist undisturbed becom ing more and more This being the case it would be nat ural tosupposc that the output of furs must be gradually On the the fur catch is larger than ever and the use of furs was never more universal or fushionablc than it is In former days the difficulties of transportation placed a limit on the quality of goods that could be taken into thefurbearing country for fur and the natives did not for then they could It was no uncommonoccurrence a few years ago for the Indians at the posts of Hudsons Bay Company on kenzie River to have more furs1than they had goods to pay for and the trader became the debtor of the hunter until a fresh supply of goods was brought Stocks of goods could only be received once a for the native acquainted with the cash their value of The furs traded are those common to all the northern parts of the con and the quality ofmost kinds is not exceeded by furs from any Only the otter mink of eastern Canada are the annual fur sales in London there are always to fourxl am ongst the priced atoressome Make up your minds to secure at least one lot well located before leaving the It will pay Remember we have been buying and selling real estate in this city city since We deal in Lethbridge properties and therefore have the largest arid best list I SEE US TODAY wish acquire an understand ing of the advantages that are otter ed to and of the obligations which they are taking upon we must pay them an attention that the Canadian certainly does not because he understands thoroughly our laws and is himself a part and parcel of the But so as facilities for locating lands Today all the railroad and taken tlte place of this is steamboat Have the the York the pack horse and the old Red As a consequence of this change in the fur trader is brought closer to his base of His returns are Formerly belonging to Edmonton When oneconsiders the number of years trade in furs haa ex trade has been car ried on amongst a wild and savage people by men no preten sion maintaining any amsedforce to protect it is a won derlul tribute to the traders of the Hudsons and the lat er traders who entered into competi tion that this trade has been carried on without loss of life and without any trouble with the natives of the The traders always treated the natives fairly arid werewell1 treated by in re A community of interest and square dealing on both sides kept both parties No child may be jailed while await ing hearing manyplace in which adults arc but shall be detained at a detention home for children only or any charge approved by the judge qr deputy Anyone violating this provision noay befined jailed thirty days After the delinquency is court may adjourn the hearing defin itely or and 1 commit the child to the care of the probat ion officer or other proper person far are that is to the selection of making entry and so precisely the same facility is offered to every one Our Jahd offices are as to one man as to anoth The the the when they reach thelaml and a good many of the subagencies receive no favors over he Americans or the rhcrc is distinction in any way o the disadvantage of the Canau But I to assure my riend that while it is not the pal cy of the government to enter upoi a campaign to imlucc iooplc iron the eastern provinces to go to th western and I have evcrj reason for believing that such paign wouldltot be looked upon fav orably by the eastern in deed we are to entc upon such a T want t sny that when Eastern Canadian come there is nothing toogoo for them in tbc of the iulnim of Prince Ed ic pricciof fur was a fixed nev rvarying from year to The Condon which fixes the price f furs the world might vary as much as it the price of furs o an Indian was alwaysthe Nowadays competition is so kecnthat rices fluctuate The prices realized at the fur n progress in London will fix the prices to Ixi paid for furs in the north next The purchasing power of a man of any furbearing animal has greatly as to the price paid for the skin am the price of goods for which it is The Indian better off to day than at any the history of thefur A silver fox that a few would have brought him about twelve he will now getorte hundred and more FUTUKE OF ALBERTA Post Office Block Lethbridge prediction Made by a Grain 1 a prominent grain exporter of is in the registered at the Hag who is making his first trip hrough the province is greatly pleas ed with the district ot and is of the opin ion that the resources of country are nuore developed the out put of grain will be ort thought of surrpund NOT OURS TO A distinct attempt is being Ly the opponents of the Premier to prove him guilty of treachejy toCan 2 allow it to remain at home sub ject to visitation ami reports to the probation officer 3 cause it to be placed in a suitable family subject to supervision it to an approved Childrens Aid or commit it an ap proved industrial In every case n support order may made upon the parents or the municipality The child remains a ward of the court discharged by the courts own or by reaching its major ity the court may at any time report of the authority to which it com hearing any other The childs good shall lcthe object Tlie delinquent shall not after con be incarceratedin any place where adults This ap parently includes the case of indict able offences remitted to the ordin ary though it is not explain ed how the then to ex empted from the ordinary It under the delinquent shall not committed to an industrial school unless an attempt has been made to reform him or her by the milder methods Protes t ants are not to be put with Cath olics nor case of the temporary home pro vincial statute or of a childrens aid ward had an exactly opposite IFe thought the inducements held out to entice young Canadians west were too how were not offered by the govern but by railway and he did see that anything could be done to IN AFRIENDiAr SORT 0 When a man aint got a ami hes feel ing kind o An the clouds hang dark an an wont let tho sunshine great my for a feller jxist to lay Hishand upon your shoulder in a sort o way to all other furs The north land is a great fur pre Few realize just how large and groat the land Ijctwccn Edmonton and the Arctic Ocean and j how sparsely A mivn travel ling in that he keeps off the usual of the In could travelfor a year and never a living A district may have plenty of small furrbearing animals andnot much large So there is a great extent of country where a trap is never the ani mal Now that one can reach the fur country so quickly und and supplies can be had on the I look to see white trappers and people generally giving more at tention to the north than has yet the The great difficulty get in a supply of food has kept this of men out of the There to me no danger of the supply of furs under present condit ions giving out with the exception of ing countryas compared to Manitoba he The prospects for wheat aising are every bit as Al that is needed influx of dc irablc and the prosperity o the country is Judgingbj the activity around the local station any requirement is being rapidly And not onlyrlll the jlistrict become famous for and other but the horses ami cattle if present indications for lie amongst the finest on the That the eastern and Europe are pour ing in their thousands can easily be scan by a visit to the station at da by his course in the London especially inrelation to he of Preferential One argument advanced is that he xmnd at least to represent to the Conference that the business roon of as represented by their Boards of arcin of Britain granting her colonies such a It is passing strange thatthoso who use argument cannot see that it is just such an argument as selfrespecting nation cannot press The Headquuariers for Crockery and It it feel curious makes drops you sort or feel a flutter in region of the heart You can look up ami meet his eyes you dont know what to say Wlicn his hand is on your shoulder in a friondly sort 6s vayl Every day the immigrants nre pouring in in increased and the western provinces ire filling up in a way that is In a few years I look for the grain out put of this province to if not excel tluit of even Al The young other day splendid looking cantered down the A friewd of mine sairi he did not like to see her do The old style suitert him Why it I could not A more graceful than the young land in question presented could not it seemed to be imag upon a country tied to it cords so ariod and delicate as unite Canada and EnglancL The position of the Canadian Boards of Trade is simply the natural one of They will Ixs well pleased if England aban dons her traditional policy of adopts and gives Canada free access to her liut Canada through its cnnnot urge the Mother Country I such a radical to hint as it is to suggest the possibil ityithat if thcchange be not made there dissatisfaction in Can lesscordial appreciation of the ties that Of as a matter of there will be no such but some of our Canadian Prefcren tin lists arc even prepared to give the latent fear a bodily pres a name by crying Annex ation as the alternative to Prefer Two Crates Without protection the days There might have been some said if she went the worlds a curious its honey and its With its bitter but of the beaver are I have them practically wiped out in parts of British the Peace River and The same thing the is going on in the north There is no use in locking the door after the horse is In the Peace River the beaver is cleaned out or nearly Thousands were formerly killed where now they are few and far The Indians who used to hunt them arc wiped out by scrofula and the old in hunting grounds of tlwsc Indianshave not leen hunted and yet the beavers do not There is in the north unlimited scope for the n good after An a good God must have made that is what I When a hnml is your shoulder in lots country that can nev er be fit for anything keep the in it when we have BY them there Once they cannot reason to I fO far as sisters doing and I related an of which I had been In the oW laml young horse women are dressing out and out They wear a long coat cut like a hunting cut like a hunting ruling breeches and top It is a hand some but undoubtedly it at tracts a good teal of One young girl so was out riding in Fulling her horse upnlongshle nrtizan she said Can you tell me if thi3 is the way to Wareham The man looked her over Then he touched his cap in a respect j Sir Wilfriti is absolutely right declining to nsk for a sacrifice on Britains part in favor of prosperous It is not our business to in Englands domestic poli nor is it the part of any true sons of the Empire to even so much as hint that their loyalty is a matter to be given or occording ns the Motherland gives or withholds Preferential Trade JfontnJal de should Fancy China Just A new game called editors is attracting and become popular Jt is played in this Take sheet ordinary writing paper ami fold it up enclosing a bank note sufficient to pay all arrears and a year in and mail to the cd a friendly sort OT MTSARDS LINIMENT USED be What to the the a new subscriber or two accompanied by Koep your eyo on the andif a ndoms his the trick works like a ful mnnnerand replied got em on all Saturday may be played all to avclthe year but is especially Ijoyable just Try Innisfeil SPECIAL VALUES THIS ieveral more crates will arrive during next few Housecleaning time is at hand We have a large stock of Wool and Tapestry Jnpan and Curtain goods by the Get our prices tins The Successors to the CoOpcintive Association Herald Bring ;