Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HERALD Monday? November tETHSRlDGE DAILY HERALD O, DECEMBER 1OO7 JPubJished by the Lethbndgfe-K-eraid Publishing: Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOB AND EDITOB PHONE: Bdttorlal, Reportorial, News Depi 1224 and PHONE: Advertising Circulation and -Job. Depts. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I rear, months1, 3 months, delivered l month, delivered.......35c 1 year, .mail S3.00 6 months, by 3 months, Addresses changed as often as desired, hut both new and old addresses must be sivea. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or more pases, and contains k summarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in advance......51.50 3 months, ia advance ....50c months, in tVivaace ....75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son. Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., E. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea, Bros. Drug Book Co. BeaL S. AichjsoB. Grassy T.ugham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Nortbain Vancouver, B. Co. Brown 219. 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. THE TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMISSION rpEE DEMAND for technical educa-j Sreafc.. strides have made in. this branch of educa- tion, FIRE The oldest lusarfmce Office In the world FOUNUBD A.D. 1710 ai-CEtXTENAKY J9IO HOME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLAND Caandlaa BrnncK. Sun Bcildinj, Toronto, H. M. Blackburn. Maa Canadians will never hand any one enemies from the" standpoint of tlie over to a Russian exile prison simply future, are not 8iv cppos- I because of a political offence, it there ;ed to him, but those who wouU "will have-some valuable infor- ar% phases of the subject that need The Review reached that tb.tie enactmont of_any leg- by a'process of reasoning which wej will now unload on therpublic. Mr. Cross is young, wealthy, and ambi- s politically. Ke is an astute polity is the party which comes nearest-tc ;he A. G. W., agree-1 capital will be loimd supporting tn- islaiioii which tends away from spirit of pure democracy. For the reason, that foe Liberal the >ar- the'most careful investigation before any policy For this purpose Hon. W. L. 'Mac- kenzie King, the Minister ol Labor, af- mation to give the members. But the sessions axe open to the public, and the commissioners are desirous of se- Cross knows -that a large section the Liberal party is against hi3 re-en- Liberal This explanation is made for tha tering the cabinet. He knows, in'reason that there seems to be some t'act, that at present he has no j doubt about the position and t strength outside of the immediate Ed-1 proprietorship. caring the views of all who have ideas Lnet man it 'is necessary to be on this very important subject. with "the Ministers of! Among the matters which will doubt ESucatioh- in. "the different provinces J less be dealt ..with here, are agricultur- in whose hands educational matters j al" education, education of foreigners, rest, appointed a commission of able j mining and technical schools, and man J.......... men to "make a thorough investigation of. the whole su-bject They will find out all -they can in Canada, and will tnen visit parts of the United States, Great Britain and Europe, especially uaVtraining in public schools. The sessions will afford an excel- lent opportunity for people to listen to and learn a great deal of valuable in-' credit .formation, on the Subject. Side Lights I in regard all over the province. Mr. j Cross knows that his going into the i cabinet now would injure his future Why should he foil ambition -by ing a step fatal to his future? There? oikari, the champion Japanese would be no reason for it, unless Mr., was'-yesterday (says a'news Crdss were anxious to wreck the rpresenteif with a handsome' eral party, ami the Review cioes notiapron --1-1 that sentiment for recognition of his brillia_nt Now .the long even- THE INDETERMINATE SENTENCE I moment. He would be a clever are coming, on (comments the of the obinet, -out- the government. l5 plea5ailt to thinfc which he was member is_at-present 'QJ Qikari, quietly sitting by the fire. TtlDG-BS, like other men, differ ve- ry, greatly in their dispositions, their ideas of proportion of guilt, and the relation of punishment .to "crime. It is not uncommon to see one judge give a man five years for almost -the same crime that another judge-will give another man two years. JDifferent prisoners in Lethbridge courts have received sentences rang- ing from ten days to two years for crimes that varied very little in mot- ive or degree. It is a common thing to -hear it said that if a prisoner is found guilty 'by some judge he will get a.ITT> became convalescent a young who had studied in a hospital-for a short time, was secured in her place. A. sympathetic neighbor, Law- rence, the following conversation took place: "How is your dear grandpa- this morning "He is -better." "Have you the trained "No, the trained nurse has" gone away, and the .one we have now is hair trained and half wild." The self-made millionaire -wh'o had endowed the_ to make the opening speech .'at. the commencement exercises. "He had not often had a chance of speaking be-1 tore the public, and he was resolved to make the most of it He dragged his address out most tiresomily, re- peating the same thought over and over. Unable to stand it any-longer jtwo little boys in the rear of the room j slipped out. A coachman, who' was waiting outside asked them ilie mil- lionaire had finished his speech. replied tb'e boys, "bui he won't stop." PINCHE THE NEW RAILWAY CENTRE More money will be made on the investment in Pincher City in less j time than in any real estate pro- position on the market. Invest now. For prices and tenns enquire GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Office Ott Block Phok 1425 JU V LethbrKJge, Alta.