Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y. 101 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publlth liwful by Tho Lethbrldg.' Herald frubll.hlnj Co., it lu oWce, Sixth Str.it, c W. A. Dlnetor and Editor PHONE: Edltoclil, Reportorlal, and in. 1224 Advartlllng Circulation and Job 1252 DAILk- SUBSCRIPTION RATM 1 year dellvereii S4.DH X' year, by. mull month's delivered 12.00 3 inontiis, deMvered 1 month, delivered .85c. 13.00 C nionthi, by mill month, by mail 85c Addresses changed as often deelrod, but both new old dresses must be given THE WEEKLY HERALD i'uWlsheil every Wednesday In eitlit or acre PHKM, ind contilni iiimmary of tho news ot tbo week, .local aqd district j year in advance.....11.50 C months, in advance 75c. THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drill A Book Store, J.G.Robert- son fc Co., Jackson Cops. Alexandra Hotel Feopfe'i Drug Store. Jt Co., R.iV. Hamilton. Plnchsr D. L. McCrua. Bros. Druj A Book Co. Fernie B. 3 months, in advance FOR SALE AT Midlclne- Cranbrook, i. t Atchinsou. L. Relneckn. Diamond City Drug Co. Vancouver, C. World Wide News Co. Brown Brown St. Spokane-The .Tauiieson News Cori 705 Riverside Ave. on. all C.'P. R. Train! H Civil Service Reform UN MARTIN BURRELL. not bo. Positions in the liter ot Agriculture In the Bor! Public service .should be occupied by government, advocates tak- competent men, no matter their poll- imiwle my for h Bald. ,v Uf nil the men lie employed Mr' Ful 'Uer was hiiiiuelf the most mdefatlg [able worker, and it a'ald 'prodigious work cost him his sight. Me lias boon blind for' fifteen out (his lias nevwr kept him "from work. the Hid" of ridding secre- taries he kept in touch not only with ms own puper. but with Its compoti- and with a force of writing sec- retaries ho Ite.ot up tlw work ,of plan- ning the layout of his paper. The future so'.omn historian who writes (lio history of Joseph Pulitzer, 'one of America's win probably dwell on Urn fact -that Pulitzer was pretff.it at the battle of it seems to mo thnt other things are moiv important in Ufa war record, [leclftlly three things. first, lie cleaned his cavalry uorse, ana at leasi one other Jiorso Belonging to an officer. Here he barn 3d a good deal about the reality of He. Second, he eanie'fn contact with a j .vuipper-snapper of an officer, brutal j o his nUMi. This officer needed a les- j and he got from Pulitzer, who Knock-ad him down, and-was -arrested o be lu'ld for court martial. Ono lay an old general of German blood as minting around for somebody who play chess, rle was -told thai a- 'oung Hungarian named Pulitzer, uu- uer arrest for striking an officer, was Bald to be able to plHy chpas very we'll. Fortunately, to (his old gmcrnl, ctiosg seemed morv than court martial, and he h'lid I'ulUzor Drought from lilt Imprlnoninent lo pluy chess with him.. He wan so minuet! at I'm young man's .menial force cue court martini was patched and j rosoph I'lllitMJr never tried. Tho itu general deserves crt-uit ill of lie fact that ho never .won a eanio. lioforo his real success began. JOB- ipu J'ultzer did all kinds of work, and :flor his .success began he was proud if bis early work In -the right way. lie earned by actual experience tliat it is vorth wlillo to Mil the man at the oltom. He did not tell others about it, alter no .fashion of the usual self-made, adly-made citizen. Hut -he told his hiliiren about it always, and impross- (t on them the fact that whatever oy got from him they owed to bis apnclty to do hard work honestly hard work tell to his lot. Throughout his life bo absorbed irgvly the Ideas suroundlng him. When he was a hardworking young lurnullst, ho extremely radical. art Schura was the editor of the U'estliche Post, on which Pulitzer was a reporter. Often when a roan called upon' him -Carl Schuri would say: "Before you go you want to see the most Interesting young Socialist in and he wonhl say to tho ooy: "Ask Joe Pulitzer to come nere a minute." OUR POINT OF VIEW Boost Lethbridge. ing the civil service absolutely and en- tirely out of polities. Good for Mr. Burrell. Both political parties would be in a better position It' they hadn't any positions to fill. Patronage is con- sidered serviceable, strengthening the party, but we can't see it in that light. For every man who is satisfied with an appointment, there are'ten who are disgruntled. Then positions are quenily filled with men unfitted for mem, the choice being made almost wholly upon the test of party -service. tics. Let an independent civil ser- vice make the appoint- ments for the inside, and the outside, service. The political parties would not suffer, and the public would gain A man who is u Urit or a Tory sole- ly for what he can get out of the party is a hanger-on, pure ami simple. niran who supports a party because he believes in its principles, is a good when we have party bat- tles being fought solely on the ground of principles the country will reap the benefit. Cheer up, we'll soon have a chiu- The farmer who stacked Iiis grain can afford to look cheerful these days. If the Chinese revolution doesn't soon end WR will have to send Bob Rogers across the Pacific to settle it. Injurious to City IT HAS COME under the notice of the Board of Trade that E-astern real -estate agents have been mis- representing the values of lota in Lethbridge subdivisions, with the re- j suit that they have been making sales of lots at some distance from the city, charging prices much .in excess or what is being paid on the Lethbridge market. While it is mostly the fault of Eastern investors in not Investigat- ing In .a .businesslike manner before purchasing these properties, neverthe- Jess the sales are bound to cast a dis- creditable reflection on the city when _ investigation does come, and for this reason it remains for the Board of Trade to follow some drastic policy to protect the public in order that L-ethbridge may be saved the odium such to, exercise a supervision over com- panies dealing In Lethbridge real'es- tate, other than to advertise the ex- act values of the property, and this, too, is unsatisfactory, for what may appear to be exorbitant prices for sub- division lots now, would probably not DO ttoa case within few years.' However; the fact- remains that, conditions as they are at pre- sent, tho public is being misled to tho detriment of the city, and whatever action the Board must be'so supported as to'bring aboirt the desir- ed effect. A government measure im- posing- a heavy penalty on those guilty u such false representations might lave desired effect; or a more stringent supervision by the govern- ment of all subdivision propositions would alao tend-to reduce the oppor- Wlth Beach as tlrtjir candidate, Cardston Conservatives would be sure to land high and dry. AH attempt to disallow the A. G. AY. legislation at Ottawa would bo too signal for a strong Provincial Rights campaign. 'their places should be filled by good, strong, capable men. iiethbridge needs an enterprising council next year, the of big things, including the Dry Farming Congress. When the banks invest heavily in Lethbridge real estate, there is no need for the res-; of mortals to be con- cerned about this city's prospects. It is well that Lethbriclge should have a post cilice that wilt the demands of this city for years 'to come. The Conservatives have not been u power two months yet two Senators nnvc bewn claimed by death. At that .of uiortality.it -would not take Two aldermen have decided not to 1 the party -long a majority seek re-election, it is important that the Senate. Qthers JVimft which Is bound to arise from such timtties now afforded the shark to transactions. Ineece the-public at the expanse of This is a very matter for I me city. trie Board of Trade to handle in a sat- isiactory manner. It is impossible for me Board to sanction the action of any company in placing a subdivision on tne market, or to endorse any pro- position of this nature, for in that case the Board lays itself open to cen- sure in that it would be a public bcxb% advertising ony particular company, proDably to the detriment of another. If is likewise impoyaible for the Board This -is a -serious matter which musr'be giving other boards of trade tnroughout the West some worry, and rha Lethbridge: Board of Trade should not fail to bring in yom-3 resolution uearing upon it when the Southern Alberta Associated, Boards of Trade riicet'here in December. Concerto action" by every city should bo takyi lor the protection of the future o tne cities of Western Canada. Doubtful (Greenwood Ledge.) Tlie're are 76 lawyers in the parlia- ment of Canada, and yet most of the people think the country is safe. Where Children Are. Rare (Stratford Beacon.) -it is "said that, according to an an- alysis of the' French cehaus, returns, mere are homes without a cmiti, and nearly with omy one child A Self-Made Millionaire JOSEPH 'PULITZER amassed great fortune in following new mode of journalism. He was ttia father of "yellow journa- and his methods at the begin- ning of hia proprietorship of the New York World brought forth condemna- tion from the guardians of public inoraJa. Pulitzer minded not. He continued to up his newspaper m pqpuJar favor: be fought fclw great interests, and stood shoulder to Kiiotilder with the common people. At ins death (he New York World com- manded respect and power, and critics 01 tormer days liv-came the eulogists Pf the dead Journalist. I'ultUer was a remarkable man. Jjilce many otheis of the wealthy men or tile Kepablic, he came to the Un- uvd States cent. We re told by n biographer that: "I'l'onting the park, on'the. present file of the World, Build ing, stood mnch's Motel. Cold and hungry, the young immigrant crept into the hotel io get warm, but was unceremonious- ly bounced out by the porter because nc could not, buy a. meal. Twenty- iiirec years later the one-time hungry, immifiram gave up his check for! and acquired the site and' minding gf Prench> Hotel, razed and built. Pulitzer Build- ing, home cf the Now York World, a coet of several million dollars. "Between tho ejection from the ho- iei and his purchase of the property, nor, shovelled coal on a Mfscfeaipp. ferry, drove a hack, was waiter in a cheap restaurant, and back to the river, whom his familiarity with rtv er "news" brought him in touch with tne newspapers, and he attracted the attention of Car! Schurz, editor of the Post. He was offered a job Schurx, but threw up hia hands, uxoiaiming "I can't, write! I can'l But the offer fired hla ambl- he learned to write, that is, writing for .publication, and he took :nr. job." Wh'ere did Pulitzer end as far aa wealth is We are further Pulitzer's wealth is 'esti- mated- at' He has for kept residences in Xew York, riar Harbor, Jekyl Island, London, raris and on the Riviera, but was ai-. ways'on' the go from one to the oth'ar, naking .journeys abroad ou hia magnl- icent oceari-soing yacht, the Liberty. :tlu ii'jual consisted of ab- out fifteen persona, private or per- sonnl fe'ecrettriet, reading and writing secretaries, pttfalclmiB and hla out o" newspaper enterprlaes. His pfirs fought1 the battles oC th'a com- mon people agalr.at the great power of wealth in lii'e United States. He waa inoepondent, supporting whichvivor parly he thought aimed most to serve vflr, Iny a battle ground on which public interest, He Jd tirover clevelind ID hhi first iRftlRn for, PrcBident. But after Cleveland's Mr. Pulitzer be- rulltzer the principal fighter. He! one of his moHt severe crJtlcs. unnamed, was sent West, and at St. I When .Clovdand was elected ihc j-oulq was given of sixteen out! time Pu'lIUer nupported him us- muieH. The fact .that he could not jnm, and Mr. Cleveland Invttod him to speak English, am! uudcrstood little name A of his Cabinet Mr, of tne iangUHge, waa aSoevere hiiudi- cap. After his term of service in tho Pulitzer worked at uuiuMi promptly to have imytiiing to do with Mr. Cleveland's Cahlnct. "I'm not stich a fool to Call Ih Crothers (Hamilton. Kour bye-elections in" Alberta hav- ing been carried by the Conservatives, tne Slfton government has a afajority of only two in the legislature. But twelve of its opponents are Insurgent uberals. What ihe Liberal party in Alberta most needs .is an expert con- ciliator. Joke" The Th Right Place Free. Kingston Standard objects to the idea that George. Taylor, -ex- M. P., wfto took a postmastership in order to make way for the new Minister of Finance, should be sent to the Senate Why, pray? Is.not George Taylor bet- ter qualified than A. O. flfcil, A. A. C. Larivlere or Ruftis Pope? Mr. Tay- lor put in 29 years of service In the L House of Commons. Surely that ought to qualify him for a senatdrship. Queer How very queer this speech of ours, For instance when we say A man Is known to keep late hours, We mean that he with all his powers Just 'fritters tltn'6 away. No Use Kn I eke wearing bright col- ors save him? r his socks were so loud hey made a noise like a deer. A Full Report One day an eight-year-old girl, who lad been taught to report her mis- deeds, promptly, sought her with an aspect of grief, denoting great icnitence. "I broke a brick, in the the youngster explained, between sobs "Weil, that isn't beyond smiled the .parent, "but how on earth, child, did.you do "I was pounding it with father's watch." Bending this Building Mr. and Mrs. Aschenbrenner were touring Europe, and had just arrive) at ljisa. Mrs. Aschenbrenner was ai excited upon reaching the teanfn_ cower of Pisa, and' eagerly putterec up the spiral stairway, leaving he nuHband languidly-' 'behind awaiting her return. As she weighed A Tip (Toronto Saturday Calgary, Oct. 11. Udltbr, Gold and Kindly advise me aVto the value of lignite, Alta., real- I have the optlort on SO feet one .block''from tne main street; price J. J- B. Uo shooting for a. couple of weeks, .intll the option expires. a shade over the s dug up excuse when it canle to accompany ing her on any altitudes above BBB> falling distance. He was Just pondering on the beautiful flow of unintelligible Ian guage vised by their guide fron tho topmast rampart'came the "Hi-lee lli-lo" trill from his wife, who tvns leaning far out and waving a scarf, Mr. Aschenbremner obligingly look ed up and then came to life" with an anguished roar. "Gretchen, for your life get back 'you're bending the building... PRIVATE GREETING CARDS ror Xmas l t Order your Xmas Cards now and we will- have your Jiame' and address engraved on lliein free of charge. The-finest line ever shown in Jjefcli-' bridge to .select from, The Red Cross Book Co. Limited PHONE T. H. MtCHCAVr, Snaps-Farm and City Property 040 acres with 400 acres under cultivation; .'fair buildings; all fenced; good well; in a splendid locality; on vur.y easy terms. Apply our office for price. 480 acres, with good under cultivation; all fenced and all steam plow to good town, at per acre. acres, w.itli good house and barn; 160 acres under all steuni plow land; on crop -payment plan; per acre. 08 ft. on St. A. South, facing.north; a snap at easy terms. 6 room fully modern house, close in; easy terms; or, per .month rest.' Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 The Standard Securities -Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 ion Sale Of Improved Residential property close in Tuesday, Nov. 14th at p.m. On Premises 613 12th Street Having been instructed by the- owners, we will sell the following described property without reserve on the premises on the above date. One Modern Eight Roomed Brick House and lot size 36x124 ft... 613 12th Street South One Modern Six Roomed Brick House and lot size 36x12.4 ft, 617 12th Street South This property is situated in one of the best. residen- tial parts of the city and is sure to advance in value rapidly Will be Sold on Easy Terms For full particulars, apply to RGALVIN CO. AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 ;