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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TOOT DECEMBER Published by the Lethbridge Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd lawful PHONE: Editorial, Heportorlaf, News Oept 1052 MANAGING LECTOR AND EDITOR and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 1224 l year, delivered....... ,6 months, delivered J2.00 3 months, delivered 1 month, delivered.......s'sc changed as often be given.. DAJLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail 6 months, by mall 3 months, by mail .....85c and old Cirf experience in canoeing, haven't -jyouv" t f Wednesday, Nov. 2, The Herald :s doing; i-ts best to ed- ucate the public on. the matter of mun iclpal government commission. But it is about time the city council was something along 'that line also. was atirae when it was said tnat C. e R. owned the time in western Carut'a but judging from the way they kce changing thoir time table must be having a job hang- ing ouro M. year, in 6 months, in advance___75c WEEKLY HE in eig week, Published every Wednesday in eight or more pases, and COD tains summarys or the news of the week, local and district. i 3 months, M advance ....50c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. S. Robert-- son Co.', Johnston; Jack- sen, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilum. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea, Bros. Drug A Book Co. Fernte, B. BeaL Cranbrook, B, L, Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th.St. Also on all C. P. R. traint. are under consideration for the cons traction of an auto road .from the Great Lakes through to the Pacif- ic coast. AS part of the road is al- ready -built -through the Crow's Xest irass, Lethtmdse will .fie right is line tor the transcontinental buzz wagons. never had any, and I've promised. to take: a. girl out in' one next Saturday, m managing a canoe what is -the first rule for a novice to observe as regards safety.'" it tied to you hope- Jess "old' saying4s true: "It is only who how Providence'takes care of them. aner iving them wives to'iook American. The Retort Parliamentary A few years ago, when. Lieutenant- Governor Tweedie was Premier of .Brunswick, Hon. Mr. Hazen, the city would adopt a system of payment jmroi Uke there is in other cities where pay- ments come quarterly, and where Vs- counts are given for payments in ad- vance. Paying the whcie thing a-t one crack conies heavy on some people, the speech from the) was simply a rehash of the speeches of previous years. Hon. .Mr. Tweedie, after congratulat ins the mover and seconder of the ad said: "I need not congratulate 7 room house, modern, near in, easy terms, or for rent at per month 7 rooinjiouse on Burdett, easy terms 50x125 on Argyle AVenue, near Westminster, facing south uii suuic rn i especially those who have more Drop- i of lhe his I USCilUSe T fvnWiratiilo-i-urt my than money From Other Sanctums Some of the Servants May -Be Dis- charged (Saskatoon 'Phoenix.) The -troubles in the Whitney house- hold have just "begun. because I have congratulated mm on. the .same speech several times _ j Derore. -'He complains of the; speech "jrrom containing the same old matter, -bu-r he ought to be glad of that, because it enables him to'make the same old speech." British and American 'Justice (Calgary News.) Tr'.E TRAIL OF '93 (Victoria, B. C., Times.) Kobert Service, the. bard, of the vukon, is his. way to NeVYork where his new hook? "The iTrail is in 'the press. This prose k dealin- Trfin rvce, because he spent some "of the formative; years'to his life'in "this SfaA sewer and water, close each, quarter cash, bal. 6, 9 and 12 months 48x125 on Duff erin, Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block- Phone 1212 MORNINGSID down aiid a month rhe get the estimates passed and then (get the material for less monev proceed to get the necessary materials J arrangement, is a good one. THOSE THE CONVICT LEAVES BEHIND OTHER' DAY "a "young man lsJ1Eient for which is being nieted out Orange- It should ;an assault upon a. man. -There is majority _ as taken to Edmonton under penitentiary. sentence 'to serve two years in over to local ;the penitentiary there for committing j sPend for the benefit of those who left without of support. The in the peniten- -n iicnc no one Bu-t he. left oehind bun Jem ori them.- or will reimburse the g extraordinary- more unfortunately; Is the whole: class. But -rs-. Fortunately, the crime for' whichjlng of. mQ .limocent shouid be he was sentenced was not such as4o ed possibl" cause the right-chinking people to con- the wife -disgraced, and they "will man and a bitter Tory, who believes that Air. Hanna is "trying to divide the Irish Catholics and French Cath- olics, so as to helplBoura'ssa and beat we can hardly, bring our- an interestin AN ARCHBISHOP'S DILEMMA The death the other day" of Dr.. lagan, late Archbishop of York re- selves ,o- believe that Mr. Hannaie.. He was know in church therefore be .perhaps more willing "to It is-argued by some that the know- that their loved ones are suffer- ing because of their crimes, makes i. -Lil5 oeuause 01 c SpSLT "is tte Her- husband-'was good worker, -and doubtless- 'will be a good, faithful, industrious worker in the penitentiary.' .But she will derive no benefit because Pftriiy. "That may be true but the' spirit that prompts, or toler- ates suca mode 'of punishment is ihe same spirit that prompted the Indians ezcepf thar he may thereby j eyes, shorten his term. A man's work in the penitentiary will much, more than pay ,for Ms keep. His board sn-d clothing "Will not cost the government very .much, nof half of capable of earning while involuntarily in their to child before its mother's employ. Whatever money is made should go towards ameliorating the condition of those who suffer inno- cently because of the crimes, the pun- i HE CONSERVATION LE" -QUESTION '-of -conservation -nas become one of -the most im ponant in public discussion, It-is''cruelty, not justice. It men .h'ard and bitter instead of tending to their reform into good, peaceable citizens. Provision should be made whereby the innocent are not made--to Buffer-'-any more than-is cessary.. The simplest help that can be given, is financial, and the wages of the man-, in penitentiary should go to those- who are dependent upon him support. -tfrnf" i _ -j UL W has oeen valued as an organizer: Though" government in eighty-four vears of ATT1 fc (_fi J.I, JLJ3 position, jand quite-two-years- ago since require a .miracle .of perverse the See of York, in which h- trouble over to succeeded by Dr. Cosmo Gordon Vrt. BisboP of Stepney, a man thirty-' AOi do we see how the incident" eight years his junior Dr coma help Mr. Bourassa, The one of.the most capat'l is entirely under'local 'controllers of the English Church It no matter how much Mr. Bourassajmaeed, due to singular gift of his race, he could not promise him, for he was'neither any effective, aid in; Ontario, Jed as a scholar nor would have some mee.ting i preacher. -Ur. jviaciagan was ooni' in Edin- oh -The-flay of -was the argument that 5Yench-Canadians .TVill'be the heaviest. losers by ineffi- ciency in education. If a plot. his bir-th was not only it is of a highly amateurish narore! o waterioo bul L a butlt and calculated to amuse any man who is really fit -for stratagems and spoils. Sid is..a swimming hole? body, of water entirely surrounded by ed to be a Sunday. The soldier 'ser- vant of his father (an Army surgeon) declared that as he was ftom on such a great -day a soldier he "ought to be- but his Scottish nurse contended that as it was the Lord's Sabbath, it was1 a "meenister" that he should become. The infant evtually became .both He -entered the Army at the age of and served in the Presi- dency or Madras for two years, when a serious, illness drove him home Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER H J v For full information, call or address P.O. Bok 1979 Suite iiaSherlock Building Phone 1291 OF WESTERN LANDS the. people on the -lands to them productive. The land will arrays be there for use. He is opposed -IM u --------a- -U.J. u c -LULU UOmP -lljn T n e 1UCk in Ws led him to resign his'lieu- i- use. The biggest part of the problem, at jto- allowing these lands to get into the Jeast as far as goes, is the conservation of the great national re- sources. There are those opposed' to the generally conceived idea of con- servation, and would prefer to see the get. hold ct the forests, the waterpowers; the mines and the other great natural sources of wealth, and Develop them as quickly as possible. Others are opposed to this idea, and that these things are a. heritage to the people o" the nation not only for this generation, -but for- -all" generations, and'tiiat they" should held for the people and used by them :as they are required instead of being developed and exploited for the bene- .lit of the capitalist primarily and for .the public secondarily. some conservationists have gone to .the extreme in their idea. Some have -that- tne Dominion government d go more slowly in getting peo-' 'on the lands of the great Canad- But that is a different mat- The Hon. Frank Oliver, as Min- hands of any but actual settlers, and he has been at the head of the departments an acre has anyone ;but actual settlers. The fast- er the land can go in this way the bet- ter for the country. The "faster ft .goes In -this way, the more wheat oats -potatoes; cattle, [ing "Enough to keep him in conversa- tion.'for several Free ".Pa, what's a creative- "Oa: the ability to get up some new scheme for letting other.people do the work whiJe you rake in the Record-Heral-d. "Squailop, you've had a-good dea ld ister of the interior, has got the rignt J hens and dairy produce will be mark- Ef eted, the more farming will be bought, the more lumber ce- -1 ment, hardware, furniture and otber! requirements will be bought and more.bank accounts there will -be Tjie' only- right policy of conservation Js to so administer tie natural resources so as to get them into the bands of i people-who need them, and who willj develop them as the products are re-' ansu" Jnen the man graoted m- by ciie arm and shook me vioieatly, waKe up. He kept on shaidng me, but still i remained impassive.- Then his mend interposed wiiii: 'I "Bin" 'eave him alone, can't. arunKer'n you Di; claimec at the late Coronation cf cue Archbishop of York'to'crown .'.the Consort. The recently discovered Chamber-, falls in British Guiana are as rge as Niagara. Western Canada Agency, Limited Warehouse and Offices are now 1st Avenue South We are carrying larger and additional lines of ;m Blacksmiths'; Builders' and General- Contractors' Supplies. We invite our customers to pay us a visit of inspection When they are in the city. Note change of address Phone 712 Phone 1170 discontinued 10 acres level fruit land, partly i 2 nice levoilots in good location. ;in the .North Ward -Price at I CO. PHONE OFFICE ROOM OTT BLOCK ;