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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November CipIUl, Rest aid IMvUed Profits Total Assets tver Over 191 Branches in Capada enable this Bank to offer an excep- tional service to the Finn, Corporation or Merchant whose business is widespread. Collections made anywhere. Negotiable paper discounted. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued. Money transmitted by Money Order, Draft or Telegraphic or Cable Transfer, Main cor. Pound Radpath I R- TINNING Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. ___Grassy Lake--rt. W. SaiJIie, Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D., D.C. L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAIRD, GENERAL MANAGER NIGHT SCHOOL WAS FAVORED Committee on Technical Ed- ucation Preparing Plans Partial arrangements were made last night, at the meeting in Hie-cen- tral school for the reception of the itoyal Commission ou Technical Ed- ucation, which meets here on Tuesday, rs'ovem'oer 2-. A UNIQUE COMMERICAL COMPANY Five Grandsons Run Business -Review of its History An interesting fact wUh regard to American 'business firms was :Md r-', stating that they would enquire into" (a) the needs of existing industries in respect to-labor, (b) the quality of that (c) the "needs of. such labor for independent training and technical education. A letter from C. G. K. Nourse was also read expressing his regret.at not able to attend and stating 'that the committee would have the. hearty support of the Board ol Trade: Ivlr. Synaondg stated that 'he had re- ceived a letter -from after tlie commission met there, saying that 'business iQ every part present five proprietors are all young men., and have all been ed- ucated at either Yale or Harvard. Four- years '.-ago' the firm cJeoraced its.- -'-centenary twelve hundred employees sat. down. .William -Coig.ue ha4 -built up a-large and very prosoei-ou.-; busi- ness, as things were measured in ihose In that year he tooK his ?on Samuel and Ms nephev.- Charles C.. into'partnership, and the film name William Colgate Co... In the evidence given there had son Joseph n-as also admitted favor of night schools for tte working classes. The day technical .schools are attended largelyt by boys, whose comfortable nnancial In his capacity of el- this parents circumstances. electrician the speaker' knew, that there are not nearly enough' electri- cians in Lethbridge, and if there was a niglit school the boys could work at tneir trade during the day and some theory in the get to The firm. William died in The style of the firm changed to Colgate Co., which ii remains to We put out'a.ballot on the time of holding, the. meeting: the result being a -'Twenty-one voted to hold it at noon, as at present: 33 voting to hold it' the evening, .and 20' voting, for-the alternate plan. We hare entertained as best we could the members'of the Alberta and Eastern British Columbia Press As- sociation, who were" holding'a conven- tion in this city, and took the oppor- tunity of. their being present to im- press upon..them the advantages of holding' the International Dry Farming Congress here in 1912, and got taemj to unanimously promise to support in .that matiSr. ASiv to his numerous other duties, lias felt compelled to re- sign, his position, as a member of the Hoard of Trade Council, and Mr. of.-Gamub'ell; Wilson Home, has been appointed in his place for the of the -term. We are again'taking np with the Al- -berta 'need of a traf- fic bridge over, the Belly River at a point about "mile east of where Westminster .road would cross the riv- er if it.f We have' appointed a special com- consisting ol Messrs. Nourse, -In 1807. Bowles Colgate, son Charles C-, a. member of Home and 3IcBetn; to lay before the CL K.oyal CoEnnlssibn "on industrial train- he, i ing and technical 'education, which as did Kichar I .M.. son of Sam- in ISSi. In other sons of Sidney Aus- tin, were kOanitterl to ptirtnership- in Aid. Hatch voiced the same opinionjI89-..gamuel Cc-lgate'' died and Bowles AUCTION SALES -Conuuctea-on.- -short notice. Sat- guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood SL, Lethbridge, 'Regular sales at J. C- Graves' Sale Barn, "Wood St, on the second :aad fourth Tuesday, of each, month. still is held open, but there no longer is niurh doubt but that Hughes" will be namcfl. Tliere has been a -disposition in some quarters to regard Mr.. Hughes as too uncompromising an3 also little too progressive -in' his views -for namely that Lethbridge .boys .should be trained at home. 1-h.ere trained technical col Colgate. In 3 rs but not enough men in between the common men-and the experts. .tne youngest sou; "Kissel Colgate. jactsuttfcd, UIIIE Ies.vin4 business solely in the of the fonndev. S' of the gryndsons j-soiis o' Samnel. W. H. Fairfieldsaid tnatieihoushtj -rhe Business certainly, srown bur school system is wrong. The days of William Colgate, lie schools are a preparation for -the jHe undoubtedly thought he made a high, schools, and yet only five per cent, of the public scholars enter the long step ahead- when lie set up that first kettle of. his in Dutcfc .street. high school. Technical education can jforViiad a capacity of 43.00D pounds, not be ptit in the public school ..curri- culum unless something is taken out Agriculture is Alberta's greatest as- set, -and will he so for some years'.to lie place of chief justice. The first come, so tne rural schools The Waddmglon- Stuckey HAY GRAIN MEKCHANTS Tjuoiptliy, .Allali'a. Brome and TJpland Wheat, Bran, Boiled and Chopped Grain. and Potatoes til ways in stock. Office, Johnson Bik. Phone 42c Warehouse: Rear of-DaMas Phone 683 criticism .has been _voiced by- one or '.should be interested in plant two members of the presidents, cabi-jmooisunM, net. The second comes, from ness men who apparently' in mind Mr. Hughes' stand for dircct primaries similar- legislation.. The j president has carefully considered ijot.li these so-called objections; but they have not affected, thofavor with which he regards'New York's'former governor. The president has satisfied himself theci .for At the present time agri- culture is progressing nearly as rap- idly as electricity. J. H. Fleetwood mentioned that ed- ucational -affairs were in the hands of and people used to come dowa to look at it-and marvel. They didn't see any sense in a ket- tle, of that enormous, size, and shook head about it. When the plant removed to Jersey City in 1S50 kettle went along. It is there yet. But it doesn't seem as big as it used to 'be. In the building where it the building- there are now 25 imp pans, of wnich the old one is tiie smallest. There holds a session here on November- 22, any. evidence" or statement that may be considered best: We ate' taking -up with the Alberta government the 'question of supply- ing seed wheat lor the farmers in the C shipped our ex- Spokane to Chic- As you know TV Ill-bit across :.from the province, and the Royal Commis-jare teu wMch are siKteen time3 as w. sion was ancointed by the Dominion' r1 sion was appointed government. It looked to him as-i! the Dominion intended to set up tech- Mr. Hughes is sound on-fundamentals is, on his 'views of the consti- nical schools of its own. thai consideration is plac j ed before -erery-thing else-in the selec- tion 01 a member of the Supreme bench. Others Under Consideration Elihu Root, Associate Justice Ed- ward D. White, and Associate Jys- i lice Tiarlan are the most prominent 'among the other chief justiceship, pos- them were seriously under consideration at, one time, but their ages were against" them. Mr. Hatlan.is now over 70 and eligible to i retire. Mr. Root and-Mr.-White -arc 'each 65 years old. The president has made up his mind that he wants a man. at the-head of the court who can jjive fifteen or twca _ ty .years of hard .service to the coun-j Dr. Galbraith was of the opinion, however, that the Dominion merely intends to gather the information and turn it over to the provinces for then use. After it had been clearly decided that the opinion of (hose present was in favor of having in Lethbridge a day and night technical school, for mining and agriculture especially, some arrangements were made-for the reception and hearings of the. .com- mission. The Mayor offered the council cham- ber as a meeting place for the. com- mission. The Board of Trade will be asked and one twenty-three times as big. !Tlie old kettle had a capacity of pounds; the largest of Che wliich now overshadow it, hag a cap- acity of Mr.' Shepherd is the sole represen- tative of the c-acern in Canada, and makes his headquarters in Montreal. He has not -been in the west for five years. He has been visiting his bro- ther here for a few days, and left yes- -terday for the west. try. TTc desires some one de- to entertain the members who visit vote liis energy to bringing about re-. bv a trio around the cltv, if PRAYING Transfer LONG_BROS., Proprietors. Offiee' next Arcade. Phone 1163. f ed his desire for such reforms and has itils miaes' and Hatcl1 and formally that congress {Dr. Galbraith were appointed a corn- commission for'studying the Eittee to see Messrs. Hardie, Nai- smith and Livingstone about this, and also to ask them to give evidence be- appoint a subject. He has said.: "Speaking generally, improvement rangements. of the administration of justice, civ-] illv ami criminally, "in the matter oiitore tne its prompt dispatch and cheapening j Anotner meeting win be held on its use for t-hc poor man.-is the most Monday night next :o complete ar- importani question before the 'Ameri- can people." Mr. Hugfoes fits-in'with-Mr. Taft's- plan. He is oniy 68 years old and has twenty-two years 'ahead of 'him before he will have reached the .eligible re- tireirfint age, and his'capacity ior work is well known. "The" president will e-vpecj; his appointee to continue the work of reform even after the present administration is over. There is another-consideration that; PETITION TO ago, and Mr." JIcNicol'-is in' Chi- cago putting it in place at the llth Annual- -National Live Stock Show. This- exhibition, we are told by peo- ple who have been is a strictly tirst-class' standard in every hut it is' to be remembered .that so far as we are concerned, we are' simply making an advertising ex- hibit, es there are no premiums for "we are eligible or allowed to compete. NEARLY BOUGHT MIS' OWN WATCH BACK Transaction Led to the Arrest of Scot- ty Cornish of Coleman Medicine Nov. 14. A charge of tnet't laid against one "Scotty" Gor- nisn, of Coleman, was heard at the pc-uce court Saturday -morning, and wns amended to a .charge or receiving sioieii goods, the prisoner being re- manded. .Bert Kyan, a homesteader, near missed his watch, last July during a trip to Winnifred -amkat the time issued a warrant against one Tae watch not recovered and Moffat was later convi-cted on a ccarge of vagrancy and sent to .Letfa- Driclge jail. 'i'v.-o days ago Ryan caice to .Medi- cine Hat, wearing a "dollar" watch, U. GO ODE and the night clerirat the Itoyal offer- ed to sell him a good watch for rea- sonable terms. The article for sale Signed !sy a number of business men proved to be the long missing: property nr? would-be purchaser. Ihe his- y the night clerk led to laying an information against Cornish, of Coleman. before Inspector Jfai'ker and his arrest by Constable and other ratepayers, it. letter or petition was this morning presented to H. J. Goode, urging him torj_ L0 a to run" as a candidate for the council: H. J.- Goode, Esq., City, Dear uie undersigned rate- payers of t-ho city of Lethbridge, earn esfly request you represent, us as alflerman of the city for the eusuLng G. T. P. AT FORT GEORGE Plans Have Been Filed With B. Government Locating Railway Station Grounds C. Victoria. Nov. have been filed'with the provincial government has caused the president to return tojiocati lh station Mr. Hughes. He desires to -name a man .for the chief, "justiceship whose rounds of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway en the appointment will be popular. He reservation at Fort George, ad- lisres, it is said, that the naming of 'jelling the Fort George townsite. CO: L. McKENZIE Third Avenue ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND SHADES Wiring for light and power, Ignition supplies, bells, tele- phones, annunciators. Repairs promptly AI tended Sir. Hughes would strike a popular chord 'and also thai; it might offset recent criticisms.of ilic court. "The president will not announce any I! of. his judicial appointments until This seems to clear up any uncer- tainty regarding the location of the railway station. The B. C. und Al- aska railway's survey traverses the sends them 10 the" senate'early in DC-iFon Georse townsite. and station jcember. He will have only about two for tnis company have been after hix return from'Panama until congress re-convcnes and- it is hc- lievcd lir, has his mind pretty well made up on other .judicial possibili- ties. A. Smith, of Harvey, X. D'., is in wn 012 a business trip. reserved on the tov.-nsite. students of the University of Pennsylvania, planned to organize 3. -Meuorah Society, along the lines of sun Slav ij2'" your busiUCS-S year. IVc IVL-I ii.'iii wiiii ability and inu-grity. csts of the city would he Should yon do us ihcr to of- fer yoursc-lf as alderman, ourselves to support you an.'1, use our bests, influence to sr? that Cornisn, who, is known both in the vicinity or Winnitred and Bowell as acknowitjtijTCd having hart tne watch in his possession but The Imperial Oil Co. Limited WINNIPEG, 1610 We quote the following prices for iron-bound, hard-wood EMPTY BARRELS V F- B- WINNIPEG Btrrels subject to our inspection as to.classification and for breakages. KEFJNEP OIL j Gasoline, Naph- J tha. Bsnzir.jj Mineral Seal and Turpentine COMMONS Machine. Harvester, Engine, Cylinder, Valve, Parsffine. Neutral, and other Lubricating Oil Barrels (except Black 'and Car Signal, .Lard, Neatsfoot, Castor .and Condensed Oil, .Barrels ____ SECONP-CIiASS COMMONS Slack. Car, Fuel, -Gas, Crude, Harness, Seal, Fish, Raw and Boiled Linscsd Oil Barrels..