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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pace 4 THE DAIVV HERALD Thursday, Xovfmln'r'6, LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMIER 1W7 by ttthbrldgt Kcrtld Printing Co., Ltd.. every fill evening at offict. Sfxth Alberta, BUCHANAN, T, PKONIt Edltcr.il, 1224 w. A. JOHN TORKJkNCI ClrculatlM J.k CHpirtmenU 1252 DA1LV RAtKt 1 vear delivered 1 year, by e montis. doltrercd 6 Eontht, by mill S tsonths, deUvorea Si-CO 3 ffioaths, bj mall 1 rconth, delivered Sic. 1 monti. by mail c cllen aa mast tt" jIT'em. THE DAILY HERA Druj i Book Store; 1. Q. RoV ertson t Co.; Jackson t Co.; Alcmirs. Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Kenny t Lethbridge Cigar Stand; Empress But- fet Lunch.. D'Arc. Medicine Hat Assinlboli Hoiel D. Ferguson. i Mur- phy Co.; Cranbrcok Boot Company. Xewi Company. Plncher HcCrea: Milciell Drug Co. LD FOR SALE AT Vancouver Wide Worli 'Kews Co.; Kete Shop; Graniiell 705 River Grany _ HoUl. .Co- hail Ageccjr. IJeadlcg Book and' News Store, 109A Sti Ave- Weili World Xews Co. Plncker Station EaiiiJ RMiS. i SL News Co. KaoV ...den. News Co. city tutmllcs nowadays. The series .of luMUiuns to the original has left i I lob complicated lo bo handled by the proper-sized slalV in oflicimt manner. This presents one of the problems to be tack Jed by Ihe ineom- commissioner of linance.. It will be his duly to .see that au up-to-date method of city bookkeeping is installed. It will he up to the voters to elect a man with the, initiative to make.such a i chnnye.v Economy may practised in the hamUhig of money just us well as in Ihe spending of it. THE WEEKLY HERALD WeiSntsdajr [n elxht pitvftB, Tmninr ot thtt ceirs ot Uf week, locil kad 1 jear.ln Uis In 50o MEET THE LADIES. SO FAR none of Ihe municipal cuiuiiilutvs have bud Ihe tem- erity lo endeavor addressing a meeting of the lady volers of the city. The candidate who fails to consult the women in this campaign is missing the chance of his life. arc 150 or 200 women voters on the list. They can make themselves n force lo be reckoned with.' The Herald would be g'ad to see the women get into the jjame. Sec wlr.it Ihey did in New York.' OUK POINT OF VIEW Wonder jf New Vork'will be uhlc lo keep Tnraiiinny down, Sulzer was able: lo conic back mighty quickly. Jim Jelt'ries would like lo have; Ihc recipe. GKRMANS BLAME.' 'A New Yorkers Inimpled on IheTamnumy tiger's tail on-Tucs- Itiy, and insnlt lo injury, put salt.in the wouiuls. Tammany has ;i peculiar habit of coming back to life very tuirkly after a severe defeat. It nitist still be reckoned as a in the citv York. :Col. Sam Hughes and His Red Tie (Ottawa Press) Editor Free Thuredt) ulsht at tlie RuExJl theatre I was tmazed lo CM Co! the lion. Sam project Into the royal boi clad In an ordinary business suit, EC! oft with a flaming red tic. II.K.U. the Duke of Connaught, the Princess Patiicla, nuti the rest of the govern- ment house parly were, of course, al- tlred in eieuing dress. To rue It a disgusting exhibition of gnucherie. 1 nm toM that he was snubbed by the Duke, but. unfortunately, J did not notice iL J expressed. nvv in- digestion io Wua informed Uiat this was not the first occasion Col.. S.im lias done Ihe saine thing. Do you suppose; that tills Canadian minister of the cro'wn is Ignorant' of the ordinary conventions, or he act like a boor merely lo lUracl attention to himself! li. T. La urier Avenu 0 ttavra. Tlic New Jersey-result was n gn-iit tribute lo President Wil- son. TJie luaii.wha chosen to carry out his policies in the talc has hceli'.triimijiliiinlly rcliirncil. Practically all lo Ihc preferential ballot lias .dis- appeared within Ihe past fortnight. This style of voting is really only rolling -three, or four elections into one. It is a'proccss'of elimination. heir E OF THE favorite excuses offered for the Conservative du- eat in South Bruce, has been llfal the' German vote went lo the Liberal candidate on accourit-of (to-German peril argument He is jnsl that ind iich an important Opiate the city's educational ooks'consislcnt-ip iirgc that a woman should have'a place jbn.tlic school board.. Jadies of Lcthbridgc gojng--lo overlook The Prco Press correspondent does "ridtfseeru to realize that our own dear CoL' Sam Is "a law linlo himself." He is a curious mixture.of sanity and in- Eanlty' sympathy, aud hanJUcarteJuecS, bosluess acuiueu and foolishness, ex- ravagance economy. ever lood he liai'pens to be In, people who DOW him say, "Oh, it's only Col. Sam.1 her.mean that Col. many things that other men are bsolutely debarred from, doius. IJko the London omnibus driver wTiorwrien called to time for'shouting explained thit lie made up he loss of the aspirate when he got 0 "I I Col. "Sam Hughes would probably defend Ills wearing o -red tie In a royal box ou an evening TOSS occasion by proving that he hai aeen known to wear evening d a white tie before noon. Sam is the .kind of gentleman would not'cause any surprise i 3.turned up at a funeral or at a bunl og party In November In white flan nels and patent leathers. j- We must repudiate the suggestion hat Col. Sam-Hughes, in the theatre action "complained of, had tiny desrtre, o'draw attention to himself. Col. Sam Is .of the most retiring dtsposl- Ion, and If there is anything that he lates'more than another It Is personal Miblicity. We have EO much respect for-our ovn Col. Sam that we would de- Tend he'stood on his -head for ah-hour suit ot chain armor as a feature of the opening of parlia- ment After alt, this Is a free country and H.B, II: the Duke must take us AS he finds with our.Colonel Sams. Lelhbridge Jiasji't-.niiich to'kick.at the C. P.'H. about-llicsc days. During.lhe.past year they have made Lcthbridgc' a break nilk point; laijnched-a program to settle all their vacant lands'if the district; doubled1 their capacity; and bbps'tcc our industrial .program'by granting valuable silcs'at nonii.ria Igures. Of 'criui'sC more, but we "cannot-grumble-To ULSTKU'S KING OF Sir-Kdward Carson, K.C., M.P., nnd (inset) his" great. antnBOnlst.-'Mr. John Reilmbridi-SLPj New rortralis from tlio Taller, that tmd (olIOKCd Doxol- ogy.. ind'.whe'ri this party filed Into the cars of there were a moist.eye n'oticeable, and the Incident, so spontaneous and natural and nnlciue In tho character, was one of the Manu- -Association will ever forget as ionjas'tbey deepest thins of l.uman life are ot oorpmeTCB or, finance, not tariffs pd- raarkete, 'but things of the plfit These are t'h'e real tilings, and t kaat-_once; In- a' while every man ;els' a gltrnpse iuto.that jreat truth. 'X STfllKING INClDEr-T. ROYAL CIVIC Dkl'OKTS of Hie evidence taken in Calgary during llu irisil of one of their civic employees for JDisappropriaUcm of funds lire responsible for one deduction at nny the system of bookkeeping is sadly behind Ihe times. "Calgary is nol the only dose. BY HOOK OR BY CROOK. The In this popular phrasn s really a, corrupUoa of "Groove." years ago two eminent law named.'respectively Hooke anc Crooke, vrere Tctalnefl as counsel bj illgants In actidns at law. .This gave -ise the saying: "If 1 can't win in: case b'y will try by 'Crooke.1 MAN AND TME UNIVERSE. (Greetm-opd VVlicn swells .until tbink tiiat you are the Uiinp n town, J'dst go aad try to count Uio.-.stars.' FROM KtaLTY. {Cincinnati-Enquirer.) Many a June brld.e who Imagined she would do nothing bill 'occupy u throne la now-down in try- ing to get the cilnkers'oiit of tbe funi- ace 50 the thing-will.work. A (lirantfbrd Courier.) Dr. Spankle is-Public School Insf.ec- tor -How. (he k'UJIes must lovo to hear- that lie is" coming to visit them. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE ny.'.Matanla. In the and Trlccesa Arthur of Conpought tlie ceremony. i' where Ihe charge will apply. can lake Ihe same The accounting system here is like the watfr- sysk-iii-n patched up, crazy affair, built piecemeal to meet the exigencies of new occasions. Tt is not Hie fault of .uiiy one man or set of men in the cily employ'; it just happened, j The result: It is almost iiimossible to trace nn item of espen- difiire through the Ixmks wilhoui almost superhuman cfforl; ?6000profils from the coal mine lost sight of allofielher las! year; it cost the ciiy a couple of hundred dollars lost summer lu vote a second lime en a bond issue. Other deiails of mistakes Arising pul of the system could be slated ad infinitum. i The system is not big coough for- the aniuuut of money Ihc AVENUE S. ROSE ANOTHER' SPECIAL Fine Shirts PHONE.: s Include 0. fl." and "Crescent" jnake-s atirj ratrgc Is tlie largest fn llie i SKP; oim WINDOWS P, tirf yoiir' Cleaning and pressing. BHtlAfaiiUon at "tho most moderate prices. (CbrisUan Guardlin.J Man Is-Incurably religious. He apparently, recover from nearly eveo' lie can escape from mauy Cither JeeHngs and genii men Is and con vlctlans that seem at times to be mo i vital and most necessary, but the in of religion never leaves annpt shake it off, try how he may, Vlmtever interpretaUon we may'glve K a fact. -ReUgton Is the deep- Et thing and the moat abiding thlni n man's life. It was Sunday morning, and Ihe spe- ial train of twelve cars, bearing abou wo "ho'adred people home, from th meeting of the Manufacturers' Aseo .latlon. In Halifax, had reached th own of Slitrbroko, Quebec, where-a stop .was made for fifteen minutes to change engines. It having become known the evening before' that Mr. R. S. Gourlay, the retiring president of the association, wouW celebrate hit sixty-tlrst birthday on that day, advan-' age was taken of the short 'wait at Sherbrplce to make a anaU procnU- tion to .Mr. and to aaaure him of the high esteem In which ho was held by all members of the aMOclatlofl. The members of the party gathered upon the Elation platform, and alter a formal, presentation and felicitations the recipient made a short address, After expressing hia fndebtneaa to the of the association for many courtesies'anO words of cheer be 'had received from time to time during his strfenuoits year of offlceyand thank them ior their latest eTprecsfoii of goodwill to him, Mr. Gooriay said that hi thought It would be filling on that Siindny morning If he were to tell what had been passing through his mind as- they liad been going through the country, ant] he had been thinking of tho mllcpoat ID hia own life which he- had just reached. The .autumnal soenery remi him, he said, of the fact that the tints in which nature garbed herself In tho fall much more beautiful Iboso of Ifco carllrr jarl of tho season Th'i? hJ1 rith we got older we should he more beanllfiil In character, higher !n our Ideals, loftier In OUT purposes and moro nnselfiRh, He suld also thai- he was reminded o! Ihe fact tfcat we were but passing through the present elagc of our oxlafence. For him Eel I hp. dcflfred to Hvo KO that tho Iran Bi- ll on from the present to the future stage would be somewhat natural and rot too abrupt. Ho expressed his un- alterable bclltf In the Immortality rf man and his tonvlntU.on thai nil nat- ure and all tho events of life'and the passing years JR .they by should 'teach us that Ml earlhly life ;'should'consciously be leading "up (o something 'better and And then, Mr. Gourlhy had finished knew Just hbfr o'r company started tg N'O. 613.. Effective Oct.-26, 1913. ARRIVALS FItOM ,M1E TO ARRIVE Crow's Xest Express 514; Crow's'IS'eat Express 12 Soo-Spoliane Flyer Soo-Spoliane Flyer 23.-10 4.35 C.OS IV 512 511' Local 6G7 646 Local ...Kootenay Latiding ...Medicine Hat............... ...Spokane ...3t PaiO ...Cranbrook___...... ...Medicine Hal ...Coults1................... .Cardston t....'.. .'..Calgary (AWersyde .....15.M -NAME -Cron-rs Nest Biprcsa.. Oro-w's N'est Flyer Local !.ocal DEPARTURKS ron .DUE TO DEI'AIIT Flnl ..Kooteimy Lauding 4.-J5 0.13 6.2S ..Mcrtlelne Hat .GranbropTc- ..CouUs.................'........ 3.30 ..Cordaton......................17.In .Calsaty Eastern Excursions December: 1st to VTA THE Canadian Pacific Railway Months .'Stopovers cast of Port First clfvss round trin fart-s-from Lethbrldga to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR 'J 62.90 Trains Leave Lcthbridgc 23.50 "ilaily- and except Sundny MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLE- V1LLE, KINGSTON I57.SO ST. JOHN, MONCTON............ 182.20 HALIFAX........................ Cfjrrespondlng fares from.oilier points and to all stations -in ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES For booklet of Information nnd full par- ticulars, apply lo itny agent ot the Canad- ian Pacific Hallway. UNITED STATES EXCURSIONS First Hound Trip fares from Lethbrfdge la MINNEAPOLIS ana ST. PAUL DULUTH CHICAGO....... KANSAS CITY Corresnonding fares to other paints In ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, and WISCONSIN 1 to 31, Return ITrnit .Three S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Phone 512 ;