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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THfc LETHBRjDGK DAILY HERALD Saturday. November BIG 3 lots corner Courtland and Ernest Streets, on good Will sell two lots on the corner or terms. insie lot 2 lots near east on William London Road for iacmg Street Terms, Tkird 8 months cas h, balance 4 and Lethbridgc Hotel Block, old C.P.R. telegraph office Phone 455 BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Are you of the large number oi fine- Ear dTFlo-vrerins: s tliat are peneet- .v _; (give voice to their sentiments anil to federal and' provincial governmental 'argue the'ir .-eases. 'Unless the ccm-1 systems in support of their.argument. munity''threshes; out tho whole if tee city was really-.a Tittle _.pon for itself, -cakes .time ysd oppor- nation or little province, e'xercJsms jtunity to Study ev-.all tae functioas of ery part or the' new, system .its loading to a province, the combination; it ..derive from the of all the functions and duties of gov-j mission seek- einnent beloa'ging tc the. Dominion j Lee 'the therefore, and the provinces, is. a system meet .all objections, welcome all without checks nnri doubts, and work through its own The lots in the towhsite at the Labor Street, tng; at and not as previously annoimceti at WirinifrecL will be accompanied "by t-He p purchasers will thus :of fudging for- value of the oini tig tlie ipaft-y "and pur Corrupt win not selfish private interests and other bodies antagonistic to tbe -to .Mend and foe alike. Democracy: enthroned is tolerant, pa- RUN ON "THE; BANK.' T HI.R'D- M A N IS C H 0 S N Winnipeg, this after-ition. arbitrator. lor tbe noon, Mayor Pelletier, of Fort'-WHliam, sanse of.. responsibility -increases as arbitrator'for the Cap- the.'1Tiffi3iiber upon which it rests convei'sely, the sense c-f responsibility decreases as tae nudber upau rests increases. A Stock Objection Then there is tie objection to tas recall' provisions so often heard, that j Ro'oinson; Street Railway W-. as chairman, thus av- oiding, a- dealock in the proceedings, under tbe Act. Mr. Christie the" cora- London, were lively scenes at the head offices of the Birk- beck Bank in High. Holborn torday, tnrough a ruah of. depositors to with- draw their balances." A Jong'line, three or four deep, strug gled frantically to enter "the institu- The bank officials attributed the run to an anonymous circular con- necting the .company vvith -the Char- ing Cross Bank, w.hich failed recently. Company, -agreed is no -connection between these houses. Tiie Birkbeck people say they will be able to'meet all demands in arbitration Conciliation lull. cliques of natural born kickers will.. J pany in an arbitration some little time on every little pretext, be circulating recall petitions and instituting elections. People will sign- any peti- ago, when acted" as BOOSTING NOVA SCOTIA Liverpool, Nov. S. JBarnstead, cnairman for --the_ men. federal j secretary of the Immigration labor department, will not, therefore, i ment of Nova Scotia, has sailed for shall be ten per electorate, instead mtralor. MOOSE DEBENTURES London, Nov. .Monda-v. next Banlc of Montreal will issue de- of the citj- of Moose Jaw to the; amount of They bear he prepared tlie ground for an exten- sive propaganda in the interests of that province. SIXTY-FIVE DEAD Ueiagua, Colo., Nov. one more hnriy recovered, the death 4 I-'S per cent.- interest, and the price j tae Delagua explosion has reached is 101 1-2. "sixty-five. DID YOU KNOW That our Repair, Dept has a well deserved reputation for executing tbe most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain in their action this weather and guess at the time quite a, bit If you hare a clock in suffering in tbat nianner.Jet our Repair Department take it in hand and you may be sure ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article of jewelry tbat wants repairing, bring it along and we will be plcfased to fix'it for you. Charges moderate. Round St. Oliver Block "THE FASTIDIOUS WHISKY" non that is placed before, it is said, called upon-to, appoint a third ar-lnaiirax. During his stay in England and it must be admitted there is much truth in this, consequently will ihere not-be one continuous circle of recall elections? Tlie city of Spokane is getting over the latter difficulty by providing rbat tne number of signatures necessary to a petition, in order lo precipitate a- recall election, cent, of the total or 25 as'in most otlier cities, but. instead of the promoters of the peti- tion being allowed to circulate them, ratepayers .wishing to sign them must go to the city hall where the peiirion if kept, and sign it there. But why be afraid? T.iiere is little chance of mere- being too many elections. The "Cliques of natural born kickers" will be pou-ericss. they precipitate an erection ai'.-l tlie people by majority vote enaovse them, then it must be admitted that election '-vas justifiable. But the ratepayers, would soon catch on. to and tire of a series elections brought'about by ratepayers with one rancied grievance, or be-iring personal siiffc against commissioners, or on small and unimportant questions. If the promoters did succeed in getting enough signatures to cause elections, they would never get a majority of the votes. One or two such lessons and the "Kickers" would soon tire of circulating petitions. But' in practice it has been found by. those cities that have adopted the commission plan that when once the plan gets "down to working order, a sort calm conies over the people. believing and knowing that tfceir re- presentatives at the city hall are really their representatives, that they have absolute control over them, it has been found that tbe people no longer view them with that spirit of almost perpetual mistrust and 'sus- picion that prevails under the old sys- tem. The reason Drobably Is thru the people are experiencing in their own sentiments the disposition to modera- Selected" i Rye Whisky .the whisky of the fastidious man. S Follow his unerring judgment. .Try this Sjs famous whisky yourself; but first put -55 .away all preconceived notions of what is- S best. Judge it by the infallible test of comparison. v The aroma is an irresistible invitation to.. S taste. And the flavor is a 5S for an appreciative delicate tnd velvet _... __ gg Corby's Special Selected is a super-, latively fine whisky, matured. 55 On sale Try Jt. S i H. Corby Distillery Company s 5 Limited I Head Off ices; Montreal. "Corby's of Corbyvtiie for Over Half -a-Century" S ;