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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Filday, November 11, 19101 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CO TOOT By the Letbbridee Co.. Ltd., srcry -iwful j_._ Alberta, EDITOR evening- af its office, Crabb Street, Alberta, W. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND PKONE: Advertising Circulation snd Job. Depts. 1252 PHONE: Editorial, Rtportorfat, News 1224 DAILY RATES .r, months, deliver laoatiis, delivered.....JLDO 1 month, delivered.......35c 1 year, mail ........W.0t> 6 months, by ......11-75 3 aionrfis, by aaiJ .......85c tions. .But :ill prospective aldermen.! vvynduaiu, the veteran Euglish actor. do iTot oppose the plan. Tlie Crow's Nest Pass-feels the need or railway competition are after another lice. Their complaint is a common one and thoir proposed renie- civ is the only. one. When the Board ol Trade members are nearly out of some live issue to discuss, they might hike -bad: to the old question OA changing the name of i Belly River. It is likely to stay {n convenient subject discussion for some time. Addresses chanced as as desired, but both sew and old must be given. WEEKLY HERALD evary Wedrsasday in eight or more pages, and- concaina A of the news of the weefc, local aad district. 1 year.' in advaace 3 months. In iconths, in ivlraace ____ 75c THE DAIUY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drag Book Stc-re, J. G-. Robert- eon Co., Johnston Jack- "eon, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pinchtr J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Druz Book Co. S. BtttJ. Cranfarcok, B, 4- Atchison. L. ReinecXe. Tugbam. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, B. Wide Ne-jps Co. i Brown I 219 4th St. on all C. P. R. volunteered. to make a saort speech telling how the funds re- alized were to be applied. Two sougiantl-dahce girls from one of the cheaper theatres, came from ttieir dressing room, ami stopped to await their call. One of them thought she would what was going ofl. so, sne peeked-out on the stage. "Who's ou her conpanion asked. "On." said the other sirl, "it's ani old man doing a "monologue. He'sJ on ten minutes, and hasn't hadj a Koosevelt said he had nothing to: say about ihe elections. Q'liet for! once. From Other Sanctums A great sporting event was taking [place on the village green, the annual football 'match between the married men and the uncapuired. As the lo- cal Doctor was refereeing, and- the parson and the curate acting as Hues- men, the match was being played in a very' sportsmanlike way, but never-1 You Never Can Tell jmeiess Bill Jones, the bachelor's cen- (Calgary Albsrtan.) forward, met with a bad accident. The la-st session of the provincial j broken. While the injur- legislature opened with a clear hori- jinn, put in splints, the jzon. with nothing on the surface any I larger or more -threatening than a cloud about the size of a railway track running irom some place to nowhere. There 'is no cloud upon the horizon at the opening of the legislature at cie present time, though'many people! are turning their eyes towards ihej sicy. just to -consider' what the politi- cal weather promises. right back turned to his partner and remarked: "it's a good job the doctor was re-. reree to-day." "Aye." replied the other, "Bill was always a lucky chap." THE FINDING OF THE ALBERTA AND MISSION GREAT WATERWAYS .COM- HP O THOSE who followed the evid- X ehce taken before the Royal .commission appointed to invest- the Alberta and Great Water- ways Rafliray transaction, the finding the majority' of the judges not Jbe a surprise No one antacipataa 'that the Commis- sion, from evidence presented, could report -that any member of the government had. cornrptly font the opinion had formed by the transacrion, vhi-ch the Impartial the Contract .was unbiisiness-like, and. utterly failed, to protect the ia- the province, is emphasized on somebody's part to fleece the 'peo- Upon the recent occasion of the ded- jication of tbe court-house in an Indi- _ i ana. town, many prominent citizens were called upon, for speeches. One Good Influences Q{ tuesa, more blessed with money (Brautrord Expositor.) jand confidence in himself. vthan -with tJiit w tile '-there are some things to j education, distinguished himself- with cause anxiety to -every iruly patriotic [tne foiowing- immortal sentiment, Canadian, there >s reason for congrat- j wmch he delivered' with a grand, .air: uiation thac the influences which make said he, his thumb SNAPS 8 room house fully modern on Ernest street, 50 feet frontage, a bargain. handles it Small cottage on Glyn with 37 1-2 ft. lot, handles 'V 100 x 142 1-2 on Bartlett near London. A snap Apply for prices and terms 50 x 125 on Argyle Avenue, a fine residential spot Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 for righteousness" and good citizenship j buttonhole, and looking, around :ple of Alberta. The; most charirahle "were never activs than they are; impressively upon his view that" can. be taken is that the now, that .the.spirit of church -unityimankind is divided into two classes. members of the last government who parties" to the were totally negligent of the interests of the provttree. They semingly.had their eyes closed all the-time, and allowed the promot- ers full sway in their plans to make a beneficial selves and with complete .to them- disregard of .the interests of the people of the province of Al-berta. It must be confe3sedvthat.1the find- is abroad, and that, while there oi- be a temporary relapse, the disposi-' tioa among all-classes of our people am to secure a -.mited Canada, was never! stronger ehau it is at present. Side Lights ing of Justice Beck -.surprise, .judge Is compelled to admit that little .if any Sis-year-old Harriet announced intention of giving un her German les-'j An Irishman at a fair got poked in f the eye with, a stick and took proceed-- j against toe offender. j S_aid tne magistrate: "Come, now, ;you don't really believe he" meant to tput your eye i "Faitfo. you're rig'tit this time." said JFat, "for I believe he tried to put it herUartner in." very .strongly all tirougli the report j tnough even jtais learned made by Chief Justice Harvey and Jus- tlbe Scott. _ Tfcat these two learned judges be- lieve in their OTTO, minds that; all is not yet about this deal and tfcat the >Tidence of Mr. Clarke, the promoter of 'iis rail-way, would be of inestimable value in. tMs respect, is ic.tii-ca.ted by intimation, that a sup- sons with, Frauleln. i "She hugs and Kisses .me.-all the! I'm ac lessons, do' Harriet explained. j Father. -Krho is scmethiug -pi a dip-j reasoned with- her: "See here.j iv. little girl, 1 have read German andi f this respect' also Tier1 JtVeach. with Fraulein ever iLnce l! majority of the com- j was your age. and she has never tried he frees Mr. or kiss me." i In the Public Eye -wag ..displayed .in certain feat- j ores 'of the: negotiations: and terms of the contra.-cu Jusuee Beck believes that "Mr. Gushing, was a party to- the. contract, ditfers mission. Lord 'i Gushing, along with Mr. Rutherford jiementary report sented as soon as it is pos- sible to secure tlie: evidence of the Kansas City gentleman. Messrs. Kutaeriori and Gross are entirely dis- credited as public men with any pre- tensions, to ordinary, administrative ability. In summing up the report the judges be pre-iand Mr. Cross from the charge of vacate bis post, it- wj -Father." observed the cnild. drvlr, 'leMh two you Had better 'touch wood." ago T0 his.. seat, in lug inspired by personal motives. We will now await with anxiety and interest Tiie action, of the Legislature iu regard -to-this matter which has so stirred the public during the last sev- en or eight months. The Herald has faith .in Premier -Klteou. isiui believes ihe will solve LORD-MOEM-EY is in his "73rd year, that for some time ne ill- years tiie House "of Commons, accept a title. one of -the best ex- A storr is told of two old antagon- ists who met on a Scotch golf course i of the scholar who has played 'expressed, after thoroughly reviewing me matter to the satisfaction of The the negotiations -and terms of the -con- province. One thing is certain, tract, that certain features of the ne- ever, an-d that is that there is a body gotiations and terms of rhe contract of men in the. Legislature at the pres- "may give rise to the sus-ient time wi.0 "will light persistently pieion. that tiey fed 'been actuated by i for the protection ol the interests of some motives other than required the policy of the tne interests it was their duty to pro-! government on this matter not be sat- tecL" .1 isfe-ctory in this respect. everv Saturday afternoon at active political life. Born Blackburn, in 1S3S, the son of a rgeoii; he s fattier intended On one occasion, when they were, all j "square'" at the seventeenth, and tne loser of 'the Veek previous had just' piaved his third in the shape of a Ule Cfcurcn. B-Ql approach to'the green, last week's jnad no inclination-, .m this direction. bis ball with took journalism. He was suc- c-essM-ely editor of th-s ilorning MORNINGS down and a month Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address tStat he should en-'jj the young man. j V, P. O. Box 1879 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 winner came grim purpose UD to He had an easy pitch to tae green, but a number of Pal1 il-ali the Joitnightly sheep were unconcernedly browsing along the edge. However, .on. the evidence offered, the two commissioners find it impos- sible to report that either of the two and Magazine. At one period, tco, he -was among -Hun forward, said most prominent contributors to week's winner to his caddie, Saturday Review. He entered j pariiam-j it in 1SS3 as the member for vigorously protested His and represented atfalr. while it marks a dark period in i opponent. "Bide where ye be, laddie, constituency until 1S95. From, canna move any erowing thing! 1908 he represented Montrose I District. i He was twice Chief Secretary for; mi The Alberta and Great Waterways "Na drive' awa' the lambs-" tbe history of Alberta, has taught a! 'i'hat's the "rule of members of the government, tnat cannot but be helpful to! Kutherford or Cross, was "inspired j the public men of the province. Inj motives personal interest; reach-! tne future they will be more careful j Ing this conclusion, on a-ccount. of the [in dealing with the legislation chat is''or the Actor's Fund given in Wash-, "ae tmphatiu denials of these two in the Legislature. Onthejiagton last spring, and Sir Charles There was a benefit performance Belaud, in 1886 arxTfrom 1892 to 1S95 Secretary for India, since of which -they -have no otlier hand, we are sure that members reason to-doubt the correctness." jof the government now and in the We believe that the report of Jus-j future will mate no effort to enter tices Harvey and Scott is the conclu-i mto transactions without first giving slon of the of the fair-mind- ed .people of the province, tnese -conclusions -do not However, clear the matter up and still leave the impres- sion that back of all the negotiations the members of the Legislature every opportunity to express their views. Under the old regime too much pow- er was assumed by the members of the government, aad disaster was the and the contract, there was a motivejinevitable result. THE NEW CONSERVATIVE LEADER FTER A long and often seem- ly hopeless search the Conser- vative party in Alberta has at last decided on a leader. -Edwin Micfc- ener, 3L P. P., for Red Deer, in many respects is an excellent choice. He is a man whose ability as a public man- has not been tested to any great and Truthful in his duties as leader the opposition in the iiouse, but his past record does r.ct justify the belie- that he be very aggressive fight- e" one carry the battle to gates ci his opponents. He ruay flevsiop this necessary qualirlcation oi an opposition Ic-oder as his expert- extent, as he has had only one session, increases aud with it his confi-j and that a very brief though strenu- ous one, in the Legislature. lie will tnerefore appear at some disadvantage en fighting against old parliament- deuce. if 'they adopt any kind of a reason-' able and workable piatl'orm, the Con- servative pany under JMr_ 3Iichener arians. But lie is an honorable, up- snou'd make much better progress in Tight man, wio is where-.'the future than they have doue inj ever Ue is loiown. He- will be careful' tco yast. OUR POINT TJie vote on the OF VIEW commission to one against the old government. both been ilethodist in their day. Tic commissioners on the A. ,G, matter say they will wait for Mr. W. R. Clarke. Maybe he will come back some time to try to find bis railr way. it was not to be- R- B., because j said it was not to be R. B. Tne rumor-monger at -the capital) ougt-u to try to strike something more j probable than that Hon. C. Cross j wjli jbe taken into the Sifton govern- ment. That is more of a joke than a news Item. The American parties are just about HP, has control of one of the houses of Congress. A.1I the retiring aldermen are again Un the field for re-election. There Jwill enough candidates to make' a fun; nouse ever, i; no more enter.' With S. TuckweiL the field there arc enough to roaks an election. The Conservative party in Alberta seem to. go: strong -on ministers for leaders, leader in the house, A. ami their new leader, ex-iicthodist Their last ,T. Robertson, E. aiicliencr, A o: the of the city, en. t.lio co-emission form o'i municipal those government shows thsi. are ?.re almost in- vartabiy men alderrnaaic aspira- Tlse CHKISTMAS falls on 25tfc December tbjs ear. Not yet. but soon, some hack-easter will he daily teil- you in a Sleepy Hollow, yawning tone of ad. how many more days there are to Christ- mas. Don't wait get busy NOW.' by choosing the BEST from tbe BEST selection, in the BEST Sacta Glaus store in the BEST city of the BEST district in the BEST province of the BEST Dominion in the BEST Empire of the BEST world you ever saw. THE GOODS ARE TUCK'S (Every line of their goods) The place is' as undernoted, and we intend Christ- mas business from now until we stop. WATCH US CROW! THE KED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Stcrt Acadja Block, rtedpath 54. Day-and. Night Phcne SSI Night Picture Fremep, Lord .Morley's chief 'literary work is His monumental "Life of Gladstone." j The task occupied him lour years, and-j wnen it was admitted thst tie felt very tired rand, very lonely. "For four he added. "I have lived with the memory of that Among his other 'works are biogra- phies of Edmund Burke, Rousseau, voitaire, L'oden and Cromwell; Stud- ies in Literature, an Essay on Com- promise, and a history of the Struggle tor Mauonal Education. THE LETTER BOX j' RE CITIZENS LEAGUE Editor of Dear you permit .me to trespass enough on your valuable. spate to correct an error appearing in the report of the initial rnc-otins of the Citizens League, in which 1 credited as saying "that the para- mount question" aiuf only questions the League should up were nior- ;al ones." I did not. say that the mor- al questions V.-ETC the only ones, ;bough I did express the conviction thai they wen.' paramount ones jusl row. ily remarks' v.-crc more in the form of inquiry than statement. Your tepo'UT correct in reporting me as statins my ir.isundcrstanrting of THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE, PsncKer City Is past the. experimental stage. It Is incorporated and lias good stoves, school, church, hotel, livery LaruF. 1 yards, elevators, sidewalks, etc. .The building of the-new railways and the rapid development of the surrounding couiiirv is ho and to have an immediate effect, on its will more than double present prices of Pincher Gitv pro- pert-y. Is the time to invest so as to get the benefit of the advance in prices. Invest noAv7 as the prices vvill he advanced in a short time. OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS Office Ott Block Phone 1425 Lethtridge, Alta. the dctcrniicatior partic-ipatiuc; in oi those ntLi's..v discussion, io rclegatf moral questions to a second- j ary plact-. From this decision, I though alone, dissent. Tne ques- j tion'ot a commission form of govern- j rnenr may properly come ihu j rights of'a Citizens League, ncvcrthe- i 1 am firmly convinced that- aionp; j s as as those of P.T.- ihq j so apparent in ov.r city government is j not FO much due to a faulty actively .there has oecn too much controversy we shall joy ol leadicg their, a'joul fxpcHirijT unfortunate wo- to the. ftet of Jesus. During last rncn out of the city. Such drastic laws never "ni'i.'le about a better Ktate of thinfis. 1 think it is tune tiiere is more practical Christianny carried out'bv so-caJJcd Christians to these iailcn sisters. I v.-ould lice us year 1 find that no iess-that 17.5S9 needy'people passed through the door 01 uur and asked for of tliesf were 'women who' hoiight, the special help render in our' Rt-scue Homes. I am delighted policy. The question in my mirtd was not the disadvantage of 1 u Commission Form of City Govern- ment, but rather whether a campaign in its favor was the exclusive work j of the League, now cr at any time. It' statement made by thr 'last i speaker is correct, v: "That Uic agitation of moral questions just v, weaken ;hc influence of the League." it. is quite evident that- thr liovrevpr bright it may ir. ihe political realm will not i itself alons lines of en- oi law against immorality. There -was no uncerlainty. in Yours .ivulv, A. J. PROSSEll. THE SOCIAL EVIL Editor Herald Dear reading Wednesday's Daily Herald OL the meeting held in connection with -tho Children's Aid Society and Associated Chanties. 1 am 'in sympathy with the j men, work which' the Socictr will undertake to rfo; T will try to bring before the people of Lethbridgc. through your paper, a serious prob- lem which will have to be solved. ;minds of present that, it was namely, the social..evil. To my ill to reincirbcr that these unforttin- that these poor women came through atp women wer-Ji- as pure in. chilrl to ;ma us, vyho helic-ve in the liood rays as of the nxofesiiing ,-lerhii possibilities of i-he Salvation oi nt irfs-.it- Kiii 'rVir- God for the very Tho-e few bcautiiul Mrs. Booth arc carrying out the love 01 chrisi to all fallen sisters. I .v.ii coviiidcr.t some-thing could he done for many of the women instead ol sending iliem further into, sin anfl 1 shame. 1 arn sorry to confess that, the churches of today a-re ychat the. Rev. Dr. Clark, Of Calgary, said oniv week, "Worldly institutions." 1 ako bolieve if it. were possible for Jesus CJirisi to coine upon this earth i again He would .speak very strongly as He did to the Pharisees of old. Jn conclusion I do not write this let- ter in (tefcncR oi sin or wickedness in any case, jut am expressing my own' ronvicridi in taking as our .example the life oti -Vsus Christ, and His for the Mury Yours truly, I HARRY DAWSON. iraval of some meti or otr.er circum- stances have led a great number of these girls to a iii> of pharr i 1 have known, personally, sevc-ral girls in a smalt city in York- jiihire, Englaiui, whose young Ihv.s jwerc niintt! by Icsrting men ir. ir-li- Igious society, but ihe Salvation Armv look these- sirls in hand and by inc. igraco-of Goci they were led 10 live, good lives. Mr. will give you a few Uvords from an addrcs-s given by Mrs. J Hramwcll Booth at the opening oi another large Rescue Home for wo- ir. London, England, about a month ago. Tlu-sp arc her words: wish it Avc-re in my.power to :ma'kft you realize something of the ncerl, the misery and the burden that so many of fhe thousands who will pass in that open door and ;