Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TI1F LETHBRnWE DAILY ITJGKALD May EO h the H Go., Ltd; Published lawful eveninfl at its office. Sixth street. Can. W. A. Manaains Director and Editor. PHONE: Editorial. .ReportoriaJ. and News 1224 FHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, delivered___....34.00 t i year, by mail.........53.00 6 mouths, delivered.....X2.00' 2 montbs. delivered.....Si.00 moaih, delivered.......35c S months, by S iircnlhs. L-y nail........S5c AdOesses chsnged as often as des-red. but fcoch new and old ad- dresses must be givsa. WEEKLY HERALD Fui'ush.ed Wednesday in eight more pages, nr.rt contains a summary of :L-e news oi the week, local a.iul district. 1 year in advanco 6 months, m iXlvance ....76-; S mouths, ia advance-----5U3 Cross Drug Book Store.' J. G. Robert- son Co.. .Tacks-ill Cope. Alexandra Hotel. People's Drug Store Co.. Ii. W. Hamilton. Pinehsr' D, L. McCrca. Bros. Drug Book Co. Ferme. B. Beai. THE DAf-Y HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrook. "3. Atchison. L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugaarn. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver. 3. C. World Wide News Co. Brown. Brown 1 Also on ill C. P. R. Trains. com mission to deliver poods "How tho wind blows on the question! jto any pan of any eity. Tin- reciprocity is made clear by the uc- boundaries form the only limit to the'turn of the Victoria Colonist in refer- jareu to which the company will dissolved widiii six j out ii deserts him when the question months The way tho authorities the maintenance of the Imperial' The gre-.u republic are.Berlins after ihe: union is raised." the Tory! trusts must he a source o! great grat-. proprietor of the Colonist sees that i iiit-atiou to :he people --ho have lonjiiiiaragraph he wit! be angry been from the tyranny and cut the Mail and Empire off the ex-j extortion of These -Theichange list. I a inir.K'ke in allow-' ._____ j them jo be formed 21 Mi: ihev' _ i are now irviaa U- make up for loJr Government, by Commission tzmr them as fast as Globe') New .Jersey in making i _____ ;it possible, for any of its municipalities a-m! ;idopr the Commission system has "The ir is uMMtifvius and an: xoncepiiou of the, to learn, hear .MrJ .mt-t not all-rul-j uorden. and is favor- 1U? powers for whose W I The Public Library Bylaw out not because it is ine-Porous State election. The. avora-ble ro hU policv. The reason of Commissioners provided forj s that me wants to know lhc act' is fivc municipalities' ic is not an enthusiastic exponent Population or over, and three licv thev Jiivor in regard ro re-i101" tbose under 10'000- bllt the Com- :ipromv.' Thev want in class of cities may i-ozn-The Conservative leader. i decrease the number from five to ___.three or increase-it from threo to five, respectively. 'The Commissioners w'ilij hold office'for four years, and all Com- missioners wilf, go out of office ori stand for re-election at the same time. This siiows a wise avoidance of the system of alternate retirements, which gives all the bad and none of the good Features of both Jong and short, .terms in office. All administrative, judicial. A Few Real Snaps section 4 miles from Lethbridge, improved A snap for a few days The best inside business corner in'the city of Lethbridge Large list of modern dwellings Prices and Terms on Enquiry Box 679 Phone 1212 Young Giant of the West i Stratford Beacon.) The Lethbridge Herald has recently j issued TI-U-: LARGi: NTX'CKR of act' The facr rhnc Proposed j i n-oo are :c have a lor this "iiy is a Carneyie lib-' -ibrary as soon possible, would'appear to make no differ-j n? r'T'f for Calgary instituted it.-? Came-! mru -c-ei Ijbrary act ;1 WW or executive powers now possessed to TT.UCB ds.ay m grttiu.? t.ie in i? a very Dy mayors, che city councils, and all prepared and submictod to the people. the the scts ia tiiese j production, it is illustrated by executive or .legislative bodies in, ''.I'lie c.o-Ji-Ee of action seems piaJu en-iprovinces being very similar 10 the ie7'Sl tnf progress ofjar.y city adopting the Commission plan) cai-h. The act to provide for the es-.Aiberra act. Why there should he cily- und .Jhe maueriwould be vested in the Commissioners! i of public libraries in the minds of the city solicitor how the exception of powers pertain- K., 11 u .matters, which arej i not. affected by thig. plaa. The Com- jmissioners would have full power to' i create such subordinate boards, and apj Oy the Alberta Legislature in 1907 or :he council as to the method of pio- ai'thorily for the organization seems strange to the average public libraries and for the The course seems plain en- cf bylaws to provide the money to The. council cannot find out for ciiase sifes, erect buiMinss and btjvicertain whether it is wanted or not ex- ot !he est 1S booming. Lying Doesn't Pay i Winnipe'g'Free Press.) The foolish observation -by the To- ipcint sucil officers as they saw fit. and! liooks and periodicals. The act evenjcept by subm'rtting a bylaw ro a vote, roato that the Government to abate any hoard or provides a draft, of the necessary by-! They should" not allow any further cie-1 tended to "bribe" the West by addi-iremove an-v officer "at any time forj a t.of which is .appended hiving-this done. Itiona! representatiou in after public hearing." j !draws rhe'following comment from the j On the accession of Commissioners! j- l- f -D 'r victoria Colonist iCon.l: "When will-to office after the adoption of the' Facts, tor tile :r a Cine newspapers learn that the a" offices-; whether filled by el-; CONTINUED reports come jn thousands of bushels Inarm they can do their own party or appointment, would r.iie" "arse acreage" lieing put-of grain marveled the year the rail-way jro spread abroad false statements f.b-ivacant. except those held by under crop in the 'distrlct-rLb. is Teady orhaai the be served by the Lethbri OWNERS OF line The owners of the land there .Q t tout their opponents? Conservative de-jof police or fire departments, war vet-h Ireats in recent vears 'have beer. (jue'erans. or any other ol'fcials now pro-! If ;the expert sent out by IQ jdio_ic campaign metnDds lharj j tected by the State "tenure .of.offiee ;acL." or any offices subject to civil- I service rules in those cities which I ihave adopted the civil service act. Onj fCardston Star.) (assuming office the mayor would bc-J-i Letbbridge Herald's Commissioner of Public ident Whyte makes anv kind of aim rhr- nf teel that they cannot lonser delay 10 me o- 4eveloping their land, and making itjlQorou5h investigation of the exist-1 give them returns for their in vestment'ino' conditions, he must find these Best Yet ind the time they have put. in do ing j things out, and report to headquarters. -their homestead duties. They feel [He surely find out that the repre-j The _ they nossiblv can make a lirina4sentations-vinade- to the company by [number for mil arrived last the Commissioners would [orcetl to the Lethbridge Board bf Trade an'd thejihis office. The publication this yeariwlnch of thera sbould head the follow-- fanners .or the. district are well with-i is issued in magazine form, addicional departments: Revenue; land finance: public safety: streets It In this way. even if they are'forced Saul their' grain long distances and, bad coulees ro reach their the in no way exaggerat-imakes it a'1 splendid souvenir. _ market- But there is no monev in Jed, Such being the case. there will be splendidly illustrated with half PllDlic improvements: parts ana v. for them and the lack of a railway no valid excuse for the company and on the front page is a The salaries of the} is-a distinct hardship. (continue so1.refuse to build. Thesejmap of the city, showing its in a11 eities of the _These reports, state also that been forcibly placed beforejand also the run of the streets. A1isecondhand third class would rangei larger areas of land would be cultivat-lthe cqmpan7..-and hyjtogether number is far in for the Mayor and eilf there was any assurance of the'the' investigating expert of previous years, aua the Kenlcl the other Commissioners in cities railway being 'built: in the near future.-should'persuade the company to build'to be congratulated on its 'splendid There are assurances that there would'at the earliest possible time. Suite 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Pljone 1291 often wondered." said E- "ether you people Haw- so am' Importance of a Correct Census ;-carious, parts' 'of Canada from a about r is the day when the J_ census enumerators start their: work of counting up the peopie; and finding out a great deal of hill "booster." over 200.000 population, down and 550, respectively, for places uni no." returned Binks. hesi'catmg- Lucky Lethbridge (Hamilton Herald.) 'der 500 population. There are "that is to say. not consciotisly, jstrictions as to the granting of course, we are more interested ichises and the increasing of a ren, il-aughing, howlins they roam. has a new DUO-! jaebts, and it is provided that rater a ones. ill vnode! than in the earlier -Harper's Weekly. ,ty commissioner, and his name is ,John T. Ha.l. As alderman assess- y- should give the enumera-jment commissioner and publicity c .m. six vears trial a municipalitv can re- maiion that the government every possible assistance, for it isimissioner of this, his native, city, Joh: -important everybodv be. f1- Hall's abilitv was conspicuously di in crder that it may know in a Places are jlldged" in He went West and boomc, tematic and. authoritative judged manner, particulars, by'their population. There Medicine Hat is boomed i Then, he trany.'erred Death's Shining Mark (Life.) chief feature is a reduction of the M: mi was the man iber of elected rep'csentatives, in-'ed in the wreck? ;cent. petition and majority vote. The: kill- Running loose among the wreckage Of that one-time happy home: While the -women, pale and haggard. Faces set. and locks -astray. Stormed with ,brush, and broom, and ti tister, On thatr.avrfui Cleaning Day. Easter eve with lamps and" wax dies.. YV'eehawken' springs' from the word weachin in the Delaware Indian tongug j imply ing -maize lands." PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Prisons built as Ions 1729 .E. C. ago as extension of rh-jir msre about the people of Canada thanj is not a good citizen of Leinbridge who allegiar.ce to Brandon, Man., waik-ing across L Tbe fl-nd has got badly "Pardon me, said -vith need be no hesitation m smngjpeojye. The importance of the citylmixed up on the politics of the Victoria'with the subscription book, "but P the information, ror no one out district in the eyes of the leading'Conservative pa-you a suffragette' enumerator will know what is railway, companies, financial on the Pacific Coast. It says: him, and he is sworn to secrecy under stitutions, and the general outside pub-' Heavy penalties. The officials at very largely depends upon the pop- taya. who will tabulate the informa-iulation. It is, therefore, of first im-! tion. do not know the people in r.he'portance return be receiveci. Emperor Constantine early in the fourth century, caused the whole city of Constantinople to be illuminated on Marriage is about the only- thing that can convince an old bachelor thai he doesn't know it all. Make Lethbridge a spotless town. (Claims will prove to ;cacy. be a table deji- A declsrai.iojn of war by every house i 'ife on the housefly is due. The Vvomen's Canadian Club of Cal- has decided to wage energetic on the houseflv. The women! borne people in Massschusetis what a( the flv is ro church in an airship. There win know the necessi'tv of zetlinr rid I IIDW no excuse for the owners of aerial'Of it. i craft to stay home from church on ac-! -_____ count, of the mud. i _____ t A Barr''C girl got a barrel of money caring for a millionaire who dived i bjr Roper P, in a.shal.ow. pool of water and near-' magazine article, strong.y opposes .brolte his neck. Even- nurse in the eiprocity. Lethbridge dty. withour. will now watch near ex, supports reciprocity in practical: for to! jnave a similar accident. Tf Author of an of the colleges, when the chimes in i.he lib ran- tower began to ring. j ".Not so you can notice it, -R0i mlisic of rhose; smiled the other: "I am a lady so that it always j sets'me'dreaming of'the past. Jlyboy-i hood j Suspicious "What do you interrupted the! (Puck, i i venerable dean. Hank the "I say tho chimes are very, very Uank Vice was 'ousiness considerations. would be tremenaous our-1 Jt ig immalerial ,0 ,he of put of grain from the district sonth-jLethbridge whether rhe C X R reach-! east of the city if the C. P. R. this city first from the north or o-jild the 5ine to provide thej from the east. The main thing is to set necessary transportation facilities. line hero from some ''provide more competition and open Bread has been made from alfalfa [more tributary country. and is said to be vary nutritious. Xow! an Oregon nun proposes to ran I lie! f DS 'unnoi-ruw, JHere and there a man lay panting, "One ball player and one siifi'ra-j Overcome, and faint and weak, thc nurse replied. down in abject terror. Daring not to move or speak: j j I Liked thr 1S11 Mode! j Stout the hearts that braved the bat- j tie. Feared not sword or deadly giin. "Yoii have R lot of as, after a ppjnj through comrry. they returned lo'Yet ihev siood o Inning lor "How many are said nics. proudly, 'IVnipfed sore io break and nu 'Were and mere wore frighiened child-] a Are You selecting your paper for your new- house, be careful. You will" benefit bj using good paper. THAT'S JUBILEET PEERLESS SHEATHING is also good We will be pleased to mail samples on re- quest. Trade only supplied. Merrick- Anderson Co, Makers. Winnipeg.