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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD Moiuloy, Nov. tt, 1910. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD by Lethbridge HersUd Publishing- Ltd., Uwfol at its office, Crabb Street. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada BUCHANAN, MAXAGLNG DIRECTOR AXD EDITOR A, PHONE: Editorial, and 1 PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Jotf. Depts.- 1224 b DAILY SUBSCRIPTION t year, 'delivered 1 year, by mail months, delivered 12.00 j 6 montte maii rinontbsy'cteifvered J month, delivered 35c 3 months, by mail S5c .Addresses changed as often ,is desired, but both and old Addresses must be HERALD Publislsed every Wednesday in eight or more ami contaiaa a: summary s of fhe news of ths vreek. local and diatricc. ly'eaf, in advance .'51.50 3 months, itt 6 months, in ....75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Red Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- sou, Alexandra HoceJ, Peo- p-es Drug Store. Young Co., H. W. Hamilton. Plncher B. J. MitcheE, D. L. JicCrea. WestlaSe "Bros. Cardsfon Drug Book Co. Fernie, 8. Percy Crar.brook, B, Atchisoe. JEteinecJuw Tugtiam. Diamond D'Afc'a Drug Store. Med icine M. Northam Wtde News; Co.- Brows 21S 415, SV. Also on at) C. P, k. SUN riRE The oldleat Insurance Office IB the world rouNUBftA.it. 1710 1910 HOME Orrict: LONDON, ENGLAND t ftraackt Sum JBslUlag. Tofofclo, H. M. EUckburn. tween the papers will be one of good .Herald Is thus .glad to i worKs. Both thus following; the same j broad-minded progressive daily -mjch! course, the relationship will! as the News'gives every promise ofj be one rather of co-operation. The oeiny to this OUR NT OF -VIEW By submitting only-'one question on the the ratepayers to vote on, the council may think they are saving time on .election day, but they will waste time in the long run. as another referendum will have to be heid later. The Citj- Council ought to prepare {some way of .securing a limited day's work lor cleffes, The Granam News, a' bright, well ed- ited latest addition to our exchange published .by FY'j J. Robertson, and is a credit alike to him and to the town of Granum. j An aeronaut carried six bales of si' tne voters' .list 3o as to allow .for at tTOm Dayton, Ohio, to Columbus. for a rieast- three polling places, one in j merchant there. This is ihe small, be-'! j-North Lethbridge, one in. the western j Sinning Of the commercial service that one in the eastern-part ultimately be carried on in the 'the city just south of the trade. jalr- The fact that the-Mayor and aider- Jt would be a good idea if some who men came to the front at a Salvation) do not approve commission piai rniy meeting after they had been at'fof municipal government that Is being- the council meeting-may be cireumstanf w-ere to out their rea-j ;1 evidence as to why they turned .and send them to the Herald fori 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 100 x 142 1-2 on Bartlett near London, A snap Apply for prices and terms r 50 x 125 on Argyle Avenue, a fine residential spot H rPPtn ii ft I Lethbridge Hotel Block Phonel212 as they did. The action of the City Council on publication. The Herald is .anxious to have a full discussion of the sub- ject, and invites people to send their Friday night is one of the strongest views on the subject, provided''.the j t arguments yet produ-ced for bavin; form of government for communications- are of reasonable j 11- TH E COM MISSION. VOTE jtcis city. THE CITY COUNCIL performed some stunts In leg- islation on Friday night, when it undertook to take into consideration, the submission of the plan of ccmmis- government to the ratepayers, as anyone XBO read the rreport of the meeting must have perceived. They gave a living eisampie of ,the need of a" commission of paid men :t'o conduct the business .of the city, instead pt a council of aldermen. When the a couple of months ago.; first-.decided to submit to-a vote of tie ratepayers, nine saved thousands of Olives -in New York. The threejare a iot of.people, either as residents! or employees should be practised thor oughiy in 'fire drill. They covered the whole, subject. thor-r oughiy, and none of the "objections U_ raised against, the nine questions will scnoots where there hold water against'-them, questions suggested were: (1) Is a. change m the present form of efty government desfrabfe? If a change- is desirable shall it take the form of three 'commission-! appointed' by, and respnstb'fe to, I tht cbuncil, whicfy shall remain as is? or _ _ j'r (3) Jf a. change is desirable shall j tt take the form commission orloross and put them.out. Now Bennett i if of three. ELECTED BY THE' From .Other Sanctums __; .Not. Just Yet fStrome., Alia., Dispatch.) tin Lethbridge firm advertises a Cof- Siock; at 57 cents on the.dollar, Three aldermanic candidates com-rand particularizes' 500 suits at the ing out in as many days is keeping up i maKer's prices. Thanks, we prefer to a record. There "will be an abundance I be measured, for that Mud of a suit on eleclfoll need it. Gushing got after Rltheriord and I threatens to get after .Gushing and; .Moneyin Hogs (.Lacombe Globe.) j Chas. UMch. of Bentley, brought 12 uons- pertaining tb a.ccrciaissioli praa -responsible pttc -Mm out- But R. B. is -wise- to market in Lacombe last vreek.( ol Herald suggested that the nine questions were er .too cumbersome, and. could, in s.um and substance, -be narrotred down 10 tnreeV., The council on Friday -night TO THE RATEPAYERS by means of J lore any one can, get alter him. to put j They were purchased :by W. F. Puffer, the referendum and1 out, Js announces that he is the present aldermanic .board.. to quit politics., entirely eliminated? j These. three. questions cover tJ The heral-d's subscription weighed .SOOOlbs. Mr. Ulrich re-5 ;ceived a cheque' for S24Q, for thej [bunch. There is money in the hog! contest! industry. aeciaed.not to submit the nine ques- subject absolutely. If they are su-bsti-Jthia year Trill, surpass anything .nbns. as -being too cumbersome. Butjtuted lor the one tiers -will I Kind ever attempted in Alberta. Thej it went to the ether .extreme and de- he.no .danger of the .polls being blocferfullpanicolars cided to sabmit only one question, and the'' Herald believes, is ed voters in the booths' are study f ing -the questions ouL be f this entirely The ''single decided ron, "Are you in favor of a commission plan, of government, .instead of the present does not. meet the] consider thev want. requirements at allr and can only lead .question the answers as'a- cnie-e'xpres- tp-.'confusion in .the. minds of the elect-1 sibn of the- -wishes of-the people -.will brs and an. linmtelligeiat vote. j nor be worth the paper Childishly Foolish this plainly, j (Edmonton Journal.) j The Royal Commis- Women of Washington State have sioa apointed to, investigate the Al- easy-to count into.their earthly heaven, no'sr'Derta and Great.Waterways Railway will tsosv exactly: the right to vote just the same deal is before the electors. ley arefr.voting. precisely what the .ratepayers With.-.th'e' one In deciding- to submit thio one ques- tion, the council lays itself open to a suspicion by-the people of ing the ballots. The council, perhaps.- Is hardly to Dlame for the -making of the mistake. as men. it remains to be seen -what] The report bears out what the Jour- they will make out of it. has "conientfed'from -the commsncei {ment. j The post; office department of To .state toe -verdict. In -the ,-brieiest i adj. again has a large surplus. Again the judges find that there is nor the cry will-go uiKirpm the West that {proof of dishonesty nd less the conntry could get lit- j business i.e., shat t I j the ministers i tie less surplus and a little 'better nothing to show vice in that department in the criticised were! crooked, they certain- 'My showed a great lack of ordinary .00 and 10.00 a month .1 --J- Without Interest and Without Taxes price to PER LOT For full information, call or address I ji Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 .either endeavoring to confuse the is- It appears on the surface, to be sin- sue, with the defeat of the proposi- j cerely endeavoring "to secure an when the ratepayers get their print-; common sense, tion in view, or else of endeavoring to jpresslon of the .views of the sircS with the nine questions on it, j The Commissioners say that there ootain by stealth, the people's permis-j ers upon the matter. The argument that they should maie it their business toils nothing" to show that the -deal was sipn to foist upon them a commission Ut is all very well to criticise or to appointed by the council in place of j msKe better suggestions after one has the plan -of commissioners appointed j had time to think it out. but a differ- by, and controlled .directly by the pec-! ent matter to arrive at the best deci- pie- jsion on the spur of-the moment during With this one question alone council debate, may be, to a cer- the ballot, scores of people, who fav- f tain extent, justifiable. In the pres- or the real commission plan, will hes-! ent instance the aldermen had the itate to vote for fear that naft of a Monday result may be a. commission appoint-! night to Friday which to ed by the council, similar to that of j tnink the matter out. The whole trou- iiqmonton. and Calgary, and which Die is that the aldermen are all busy tn.ey regard as less desirable, less ef- men, with pressing affairs of their Ancient and more dangerous even that I own to look after. Municipal affairs, 'the present system. jperrorce, come .in for very little of The original nine questions were toe j tneir thought or attention between Intricate. The one question is insuf- i meetings.' Xo more striking lesson ncient. The three questions suggest-) of the need of a straight commission ed. by the Herald two months ago i rorm of government, than Friday were simple and amply night's meeting, is "possible. mail It back to the secretary with the'corrupt, but It ..was almost childishly questions answered according to their j foolish. knowledge. Do this even if the city-does not send a stamped envelope lor you to do it- The Pauper Labor Bogey (Grain'Growers Guide. The manufacturers tell us that if The retail clerks are going to tariff is lowered the products of another effort to get an early labor" in other countries will! oviaw This is always, a fruitful, be -dumped into Canada, and will ruinj source of trouble for the city council jail our industries. The same cry is and city solicitor. EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS ON SCHOOL LA7MDS 7H-EX THE Technical Education the sovenwnenl, arid increase in value for the benefit of the schools. At the same time, by being used in tnis way, they are cultivated, and what is "better will stimulate better cultiva- tion of-the land ih the vicinity. There is 2. necessity for small experimental stations' scattered throughout the -dif- ship for school lands and use them for j rerent districts. The agricultural experimental farms. Tt iz true authorities of this province and Saskatj tie majority of townships where there catchewan have come to recognize! is.any great amounr of settlement and it is thought will soon take' Commission -was holding a ses sion at Moose some one made a suggestion that -will bear some investigation It was suggested that the government take tne two sections e set apart in each town The school sectioil; have been sold, but in the newer parts where the ex- perimental stations are needed per- jaaps even more than in the older set- tied parts, these sections still are in the hands of the government. They are sold not so much to get the money for thenv but to get them cultivated, steps.to have them established. In any "other way it may not-be practic- able to have such a each town ship. But utilizing the school.lands] Jt could quite easily be done. Vr'hen the schools needed money, tfoe government cov.ld either sell the land, or put a sum equivalent to its an-l prevent their being the means ofjmarKet; value to the credit of the retarding development by remaining school account and keep the lands, uncultivated. If the government -were! fc'.ituer way, when these sections are to use chem experimental farms. they ould still remain in the hands good sums to the school fund. under cultivation they would bring X THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY NEWS LETHBRIDGE DAILY NEWS i direction of Mr. L. S. Gowe, the man- 'has appeared on the scene and; aging editor, will be a success. Of the cated but this will not be in generally accepted sense of the i term, The Nows in its editorial It to the field of Hsm. Its first issue -was published on i Saturday morning, was a w.ell- prinf.edr newsy sixteen page paper, The News has made good, start; .one "aelr to the public, declares In- rtjiy of congratulation. With a new trtat it stands for the upbufdling o? commodious office, well equipp- j Lethsrldge; and for serving its best ed with a modrJa plant, and with, a j interests, j As the Herald has endea'v- constituency that appreciates a ored to pursue this policy during rhe live newspaper, the Xews-, under the years of its existence, the rivalry be- GRACE BEFORE MEAT! There should up" in the -United States against i the "pauper labor' of Canada. The same cry is made by the protected man- utacturers in Germany. Imagine Ger- Imany fearing the "pauper labor'" of {Canada and the United States. Im- jagine Canada the "pauper la- tfor" of the United States. OH! YOU. For what we are about to receive of your Chrisinnas dough through the medium of this seasoned piratical craft and the newly. launched News-boat across the way, ve shall feel devoutly Lhank- And.'in return we shall do ti you feel what inexpressible pleas- ure there is in GIVING.- If you doubt the latter statement come NOW and see the Christmas display in Santa ClaiivS- Head- quarters f or Southern Alberta Don't wait until tomorrow, as Shakespeare says, else you'll get left, and that wouldn't be right. The variety and grandeur of display in our basement throw thrills all over you. COME AND BE THRILLED! THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOE CO. Safs Satisfactory Drug Acadla SlocK, Redpath St. Day and Night 55B Ntgnt Sell Picture Framer. Side Lights j Just Like Pincher Creek i The railroad station of Meridan. rrexas, is about a mile from the busi- ness part of the town.x One night a I sleepy, weary travelling man khe -darky who was driving him to the notel: i "Uid man, why did they put the de- so far from i The darky scratched bis hea-d in- j t and replied: j- boss'. 1'se fo'ced to admit dat jl hasn't given de matter s'ficient cog- initation but jes' jumped up fer a ans- wer dis. I s'pose dey done dat so as to have de depot as near lis pos- to de railroad." GITY THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE Pmclier City is past tie experimental stage. It is incorporated and lias good school, churck, hotel, livery coal yards, lumber elevators, sidewalks, etc. f The building of the new railways and the rapid development of the surrounding country is bound t-o have an inimediafce effect oirits- growth which will more than double present prices of Pincher City pro- perty. ]Sfow is the time to Invest so as to get the benefit of the advance in prices. Invest now, as the prices will be advanced in a short time! GALVIN- OFFICE OPEN, Ott Block Phone 1425 Lethbridse. Alta. Obeyed the Orders of the professors in a university a thousand miles from Montreal. a lazy, but faithful, Newfoundland iaog that a practice of iol- lowfng his master iato. the classroom. Daily Bruno the room, istrs'f-t'nes his big length under the pro- cessor's chair, and goes to sleep. One day a week or two after the be- ginning of the fall term a -freshman took his bulldog to the ciassroom with him. What followed was sad. It was also disturbing. The- next day the professor caused his Newfoundland do g to be detained at "nome, and also posted upon the walls of the class- room the following notice: "Hereafter- no dogs allowed in this room." At the lecture each student appear- ed solemnly leading a maltese cat by a violet ribbon. i T ROYAL OF CANADA. -Incorporated H. S. HOLT, President. E, L. PEASE, Vice Pres. and Gen. Manager. HEAD OFFICE. MONTKEAL.. QTJE. i- Capital Authorized. Capital Paid-up..... 5.0QO.OOO Reserve runcl........ 5.700.00 Undivided Profits.. Total Assets 'Total Deposits....... SAVINGS-BANK DEPT. Deposits, of 6.1 and up received. Home Savings Banks supplied upon deposit of LETHBBIDGE BRANCH -T. M. AITKEN Manager. _ 'x Herald's Guaranteed Circulation Is Daily ;