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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta r.ETfriWTDOl? DAILY HERALD Monday. November LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 i W. Director T. W. Editor JOHN fublliiioil.'by The Lethbrldgv Htr.ld Publlihlns Co., Ltd. every Uwful evening ,t its ,ftic., Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, can. PHOIMk: Advertising Circulation Job Dep'.s. 1252 i'HONE: Edltorlnl, Rtportorlal, ind Newi Dcpt.- theatres and oth- er places oi public meeting iu the city. This so long us his hands are tied by fact that he'is without authority of a bylaw for enforcing any regulations. If this is so, it is truly making the position of the guardians of our safety sonvawha't ridiculous, and reducing their standing to that of comic opera brigade. The mutter, us ptncail before us, looks 'as If the (lity Council is guilty of serious lax- ity in important ure In which the safety of the public is concerned. The Chief mentions that the drafting of a bylaw has been placed In the hands of the Council, but as yet nothing has been done to remedy the existing conditions. In view of this statement, it is difficult. to escape from the opinion the Council is much to blame. That there is a necessity for the existence of a fcylaw dealing with the overcrow In public places is apparent. Special instances have been pointed out where'much danger would have oc- curred to life and limb, if anything In i the uatuiy of a panic or fire had hap- j pened at the time. Surely, our city fathers have not realized a responsi- j hility which reals in the first place; with them. It is not for us to point i out tire dangers which may arise from indiscriminate packing of crowds I This is evident to every citizen. H is not alone sufficient for OUT-ctiy.coun- cil to give their attention to progres- sive works in the city: it their duty to cast'their regard on what is not apparent to the genera! eye only There arc nuisances which have "been mentioned in--tlwsc columns, and to these the present may be added, for it is ;i nuisance as well as a danger. It is fcurlous" how these matters whicl I'ociuire a or an amendment tc the charter appear to get pigeon-hol: ed. They seem to be relegated into oblivion until some alderman, affa lapse, of time, draws attention to the subject, a'S in the case of the Co then the 1'oivvrs should take stops I nations towardu Intervention to deal severely .with a nation which-Lrouml that. lIutwT has so transgressed tho laws of liu- inanity. The fart that, up to' the pro- lot sent, nothing has been doiw by other litre sliitsd. to be. OUR POINT OF VIEW ('luW up. Oihi'i- cwmlnos liiivc tricks-lev's role in tin1 si'llli'inchl ut mill 'loiiiiitlws. Hit- coal slrhV. Kiuj; Ooi'sr, sailing lor the. bar awl of war with Frank Oliver isn't retiring Kcilrral politics and no urn! seriously many arc1 news items which do not thoughi lie wits. The stories appcur- liiUnionize........ ling in (lie press nboul Mr. .-rr-r. avo purely .iinaBiliary and in It looks the middle instaiuvs .of malicious iK'sisn.' lammry than I lira ow j. never 'had a better friend may lie planlins -swept liens in than Mr. Oliver, and every man uary. tliisv uilile u! IniioptiUiUtnl, ihutisM will be I "liul In see bini in the front- row The visits oCtlieir Maji-slies lotliejilie left or tin1 speaker, lie can do Durbar should have' a history malt- jetYeftive work there and will lie a ing on the relations between j force in the House even II not a iwin- CJreat Hrilain' and India. lister. Tho to i How would it iio to Illume lltis ussiitNc the form against seasonable, cold snap on (he new fed- liujnanity. IU sutUi-iucnt-is.a blcss-lcral government. What me arc-go v- ing of immeasurable- dimensions. u-nimouls if they cannot shoulder I lie blame for everything. In view of the comlil'itms prevail- ing in the past three works it is an! loud noise heard every even- iusull. to the intelligence'of its ing; is iho Murrain Omisin'vativtvchor- rx for ;IIM' newspaper to claim tha'r us practising songs oi laudation to Hob Rogers played any but a aeelaim the Cardston nominee. Farm and City Property Snaps ,10.0 neves with .100 cultivation, all feneed and every foot sl.cnin plow land, Easy terms. 100 neves with. 140 tieros um'ler ciiltiva.tion, GO sieves ready for crop; good water; near to goo'd-town; per neve. !5_fO neves, willi fnir linildings, an dull feneed and cross feinuVd; good well; 200 acres under cultivation. At snap price find levins. feel. Street South easy levins. x on Boinpns. facing .north, (id our prices and terms, on both farm and city properly before luiy- ino-. We have tlio snaps. Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 What Cithers Think ''Just par a ft That mission form of government, the Chief at HES ii goes -without saying. Personally, has realized the gravity of th-a sjti._ tion, and all credit TO him tor so do- ing. In passing, we thi the suggestion by him for a uwfi bylaw regarding the newspaper sel ere fa our streets has shared a sii.. ilar- fate. H looks uncommonly as If the framing of bylaws are to the City Solicitor, and that is a_ far as it seems to go. Such a state of things should not he tolerated. Is H that the members of the Comici 'are becoming fossilized or crystalliz ed? If 30, it reals with the public tc remedy matters In the.- coming munici- pal election. A Jury of Women a. PROCEEOGS of the fir, rr. The sex showed n proverbiaj disin- clination to agree, even in the matter of luncheon. They went so far as to nelect twelve different places for the meal, -Their tastes certainly differed, and thon two of them, with true fem- inine perversity, said they did not want-to eat at all. In vain the tea-B- ed judge pleaded with them to coma to a decision as to an eating place. What was the of one poor mas- culine mind to endeavor to brins har- mony amongst'twelve' women Vt !og- even as to the meani of eattsfying their Needless to any, It was futile. The dissension in the henroost had ai its sequel sacrifice of appetite of the worthy justice, for he loit his lunch. Possibly he felt some compensation" in ordering the jury 10 be locked uy i for deliberation, But when women cannot be unanimous In tbe matter of lunch, what can be expected .from them iu more .weighty issues? Wa re not surprised that four and one-half hours the Jurors were unahle to agree on a verdict. It would have been an edifyhig spectacle hev a philosopher, would have much food for reflection. However, the incident points a mor- in that women are too apt to dwell on trifles, even luncheon rscomes a formidable subject, and one of great importance in settlement, as evidenc- ed by th'3se jurywomon. Does it nor. ground .for the assumption -that every women has a will of her own, while she thinks that her judgment is infinitely superior to that of tho other woman. The experiment in California must be regarded as a fail-, ure. It shows' that women are unfit o take a part in what has hitherto been the province of men. The emo- tionul part in them is too strong for impartial judgment. The same characteristics must tell in other weighty mat tern, such as pol- itical Issues. It would lie difficult to obtain an unbiassed feminine mind. Nature, in endowing women as a whole'With-ii sentimental frame, has Instrumental in tho apportion- ing of the different duties of the Bex- It is not altogether easy to change the dispositions of a wise nature. Alleged Italian Atrocities Y T-1S gratifying to note that .tha j Italian government is officially. denying the the at- rocities said to have bwn committed by Italian soldiery in Tripoli. The charges reflecting on a civilized fiuro- pea.ii uower' wer.e .very serious, and moiv! eo in that those accused were .supposed to be a part of a nation with the Ideals of modern day hu- It is sincerely to lie hoped that Ih-B scenes of bloodihed and car- nage, us given Io tlva public, aio not rtruc. 1 Unofficial reporls. however, should generally bo taken with n grain of salt. There is often some ulterior mothw behind such, as a menus io- wards obtaining intervention on the part of another power. There imvc insfancfcs of tints in times not far removed, such' as in tjje CumouB Hulgarisn Hero liTespon- slble presHmcn mudo the agents societies, and oven of political part- ;ies .to inflame the European miml Turks. Many of these de- ;scriptive utatemenU wero found, on 'later investigation, to be much, over- drawn, and in some cases M'ith very little of truth. In a war with fana- ties, m the Arabu are, posaibly there may be a call for reprisals In kind, due to the inflamed passions of the moment. There Is no justification of this, however, in a nation .which Bhoirid know better. H may be there was something in the mak- ing Ih'a punishment fit the crime on the part of the offenders. Though for thip again there is no excuse. However, It iu a case of suspending judgment until facts arc made ctear. .The denial of. the Italian government, and the want of clear evidence should go towards Mlaylng particular hos- [tUc frtllngs iigalnai Italy. Should, however, Investigntlon dlaclose that lhwft is any truth In the slaughter of innocent women and children, Was He Inconsistent? (Grain Growers' Guide.) After winning the on such fries as "Tho Union '.lack fs good en- ough for me." "Canada'' for Canad- and "Keep Canadian mon-jy at lome." Mr; T-t. placed him- self on the payroll of Canada at 000 a year, plus sessional in- demnity, and thoi'r Immctliateiy pro- ceedvm to spend' his 'good Cunadijin noney on the golf links at Atlantic City, U. S. A. ''Arc1 there no golf "links mill holiday resorts iu Canada that our Premier could'have psitroniml? Familiar With uook Cases is a very nice thing in revolvius bookcases, mad- am. I Mrs. nre HIOEO revol- 'vlng bookcases? I thought they call- ed them circulating Chrisi.ttm Register. A Fireiess Cooker "Cook, dirt you stay long In your last "I never slays nowhere long enough' to be discharged. 1's one of thosy heer fireless A Year of History (.Manitoba "Free There is a. grenV deal of Canadian history in -this- year of grace Jflll. Canada recive's'a'new Govcrnor-Geih oral, the son of QtiMen Victoria, the brother of King Edward, and ih-j uuf eie of King George. The long regime of Sir 'Wilfrid-Laurie comes to tin end, and VConser'vaiiVe Minis- far .takes up his Tlia Ontario Legislature" is" dissolved, and the Op- position takes new leader. Tho census is taken, and Canada is seen have 'made'inore progress in ten years than she made in the previous thirty. Reciprocity is'defeated. "And ther> are still nearly two 'months' of 1911 to come, with "an 'election campaign in Ontario, and' with 'the country still suspense as'to'the naval policy o5 ihe Dominion Modern Monaiufts Costly OU1 family came over wjth William the Conqueror. mine went over see George V. crowned, and I guess it cost a lot Bazaar. Gone Before Little papa has only one Veteran's I Utrle his other one? i -A'oteran's Little dear, it's iu heaV5ii.-T.Home Herald. i The- Standard Securities ------------Company Estate and Investments OWNERS OF orni A BAD LITTLE BOY (1 have reigned three .years. t have not employed men properly. On railroad matters" one whom I trusted me. Disasters loom ahead. All these things are my own fault. I esting. He also Invites themes the: swear'to of P'u- Yi, Emperor of China, born February 11, 1006.) never pulled'poor pussy's tall, He never stole the japr.- yet his penitential-vvai'i-- Ta not a blooming .sham; This baby emperor- in- -yellow s quite a naughty litl'le fellow. -I'a never spJHed his Oolong ,tea, x Defying etiquette; Te never soiled his hoisery, Nor played with fire, and yet This baby emperor in yellow s riuU'a a naughty little fellow. !fs promise to reform is good, As p'romises are ranked; Yet the surrounding neighborhood Insists tha'f he be This baby emperor'in "yellow quite a" naughty littte fellow. Political economy He would not bolt in'chunks; Occident "philosophy Hia card shows many flunks This baby emporor 'In yellow tVeSl' spanked, may be a decent low. Daily Easte. Time Too Limited Young will I have .'time to say good-bye to my friends? I miss. This, train leaves in two hours and a half. Heart Review.._ There Are Other, Ways "Do you think'women should pro- asked the passe lady. 1 "I don't mused the young 'thing. "Have you' tried everything Dealer. Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone, 1291 On Instalment Plan j A .lack lar just returned- from sea determined to commit, matrimony; :but ai the altar the parson demurred, f as there was not cash 'enough between j jihem to pay the fees; on which Jack, j ihnisting a few shillings into j sleeve of his cassock, exclaimed; "Never mind, brother, marry us as far as it will Change in Cashiers must have cash down for, your wedding suit, Mr. Parks. hav-en't I always paid my bills on the minute? air. Parks, but remem- ber that after this you won't have the handling of your own Transcript. The Wisdom of Silence H Tho'hUe Judge Silas Bryan, the ther of "William J. Bryan, once had several hams stolen from his sm.oko. house. He missed them nt once, but said nothing about it to miyone. A few days later a neighbor came -to him. "Bay, Judge, Mieard you had some hams sfolen t'other replied tire Judge, very con- fidentially, "but don't tell any one. You and I are the only ones who know Magazine. For Colds and Coughs Tin's .is t'ime ol" year when you catch cold the easiest. Take a boll.lcof NYAL'S PINOL EXPECTOKANT home with you and bo ready. tho medlclnn that does Hie work In a few's. It is a safs combination of thu bnlsainio principle of the pine with other noothing and anMseptic remGdies. .....Ljrge Trial The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited PHONE Ut, H. MiCREAOV, Auction Sale Of Improved close in Residential property DON'T FORGET THE DATE TO-MORROWat230pm We will sell at Public Auction without reserve the Two Modern Brick Houses situated at 613 and 617 12th Street South (Bartlett) in the City of Lethbridge. These will be sold Separately and on EASY TERMS which will be announced at the sale This is close in, and very desirable residential prop- erty and is bound to advance in value rapidly. Don't forget the date or November 14th, 2.30 p.m. sharp, at 613 12th Street South (Bartlett) and come prepared tp buy For further particulars, apply to H.GALVIN CO, AUCTIONEERS Rooms C and D Balmoral Block CITY Phone 1425 S I ;