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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1TTF HERALP LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DlCEMitR fW W. A. T. W. QUAYLE-M.nsglnj JOHN td eviry Published by The L.thbrldg. Hsrlld Publishing Itvprful evening at Its efflce, Sixth Strset, PHONE: Idltorlil, Rtportorlsl, and News 1224 Circulation and Job Depts 125'J DAILV SUBSCRIPTION 1-year delivered :.....H.OO i year, by i months delivered 13.00 ij monlBS, by 'Sjnonths delivered fl.OO ?5c. 1 month delivered S6c.. j i month, by maii Addresses changed as oftou as desired, but both new and o dresses mutt be given THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In eight or more puses, and1 con summary of Uio uews of the week, local and district 1 year In idvuuce .....H-50 I 3 months in advance ...50o. C months in advance 75f. THE DAILY HERALD Cross Drug ft Book tore. J.O. Robert- sou Co., Jackson Cope, Aleiandra Peoples Drug Store. Co., M.W. Hamilton. Plncher J. Mitchell, D. L. McCreu. Bros. Drue Book Co. B. Baal. n' B. C.-Beattle a C World- Vancouver, B. C. News Co. 'Minneapolis-Brown Brown 219 Jill St. s-pokane-The Jamleson Co 705 Riverside Ave. Alto on III C. P. R- Trains this will serve as a of atlon for our visitors! If tbe festival it belli while MM Dry-Finn In f Cot- Is In profrws. Of material U sufficient; of men with'toon- nlcal knowledge we have many. should that a great concert be organized to bo hold at ilijogtic Theatre. The Clly Council should .seo fit to make an iippropr.latioa to guar- antee It, recouping iuelr by tbe pric- es pwld for admlsulon.. Thin [s essen- tially a move in publicity, nnd should The Tipping System commercial travellers of the X IJnitad. States have decided ag- ainst tipping. They sonio- Vhat laU.in coming to this decision, but have decided wisely. Tbe system of tipping is the curse of modern civ- ilization, and a disgrace to it. It means.the lowering of the moral tone of citizens, and the cultivation of ser- vants of the great god "Grab." The laborer is worthy of his hire and that should be sufficient. It Is up to the employer of labor to see that his employee receives his proper market value. The existence of tips gives cover Io the employer to evade his responsibilities by calling on tbe gen- eral public to mike up deficiencies pwhleh he ought to recognize. The acceptance of the system creates men boldly eitort "backsheesh" un- der another name. The'system is un- fair to the general public, "In that It twice for services rendered. It is an injustice to the poor man in the amount of the tip decides the manner in ..which this service Is ren- dered. Although the value paid for tbe service Is the same as thit paid by tbe rich .man.- full value is decid- ed by the amount of the tip. The pub- lic, through the' force of custom and convenience, is compelled to stand arid deliver, not-at the mouth of the pistol, but by the methods, silken or otherwise, of. menials. The practice is a slur on human nature, for it en- dorses its veniality. It is time that tlie -public should1 adopt the stand of these commercial travellers. It. is only by being unanimous in ao: the evil can be killed. It is one which, no doubt, will die hard, but that is no reason why it should be allowed "to exist. A' tip is worse iban.a bribe, in the fact that it in- bribing a man to conscientiously per- form what is only Ms duty to allowwi to die. Intellectual bwuty In us union ensentlu! an natural beauty In adding to the of a' city. Bootit Lttbbridicl Work for the boom. Investments in thin city bring; results. Lcthbridg'e bus all the ei sent mis which go -to make R. thriving city. i The C. P. R. has ..promised improv- ed facilities here nnd there, is abiuul- ant scope for improvement., Widespread interest is being taken in the educational progress of Lclh- b ridge, and the city hns no fin or uss.et ihan its splendid schools. I There is no room for personalities in the mayoralty campaign. Keep the city to tbe from.' The men are all right. Uou thut he intends to Bive LeUv brjdce'and dYBtdcV'thc of capital and enterprise will be receiv- ed irviih Mr. Hatch.has a Btronp card in hi'a appeal to the in his record In connec-tio.i with Lho -building uu of the Fair and-the bringing of the Dry Farming Congress here. He hue'cer- tainly been a loyal man. The excuse published In this city und owned by Calgary interests nat- urally feels called on to ridicule any- thing unci everything belonging to j Lethbridge. Its Calgary paymaster ANNOUNCEMENT On and after DECEMBER 1st, 1911 we will occupy the corner office of the Dominion Block, Dufferin and Crabb Sts. Before buying or selling call and see US Freeman MacLeod Co. Box 679 Phone 1212 In talking about street railways, of a'member, don't forget that the money has yet I to be provided. Vote street must be pleased. .Mr. Buchanan's speech in parlia- ment yesterday was on ;t high level in tone and-' demonstrated that this riding mistake in its selec- railway bylaw. The Alexandra without .Mr. Murray will for a. lime seem like soup without salt but the new comer has a record -'or and Lethbridge jof place bunch, of pigmies, will not lose. Mr. Hurray's declara-1 Why certainly. Two of the new members, both of whom defeated ministers. Webster of Brockville' and Weichel of 'North Wa- terloo, expressed disgust with parlia- ment and Two such intellectual giants are very much out IT IS A QUESTION" for some con- sideration whether tbe resenting of so-called "knocks" is Justifi- The matter comes before us in the severe criticism that is being made by the cattle shippers of ern Canada with regard to the annual report of Dr. Rutherford, veterinary director-general, and.live stock com- missioner for the Dominion. Speak- ing of the-export trade off Western Canadian cattle, he lays that "it has lieen unbusinesslike, sinfully waste- ful, anil unprofitable to the producer." IJr. Rutherford 'further states that cattre, wild, excitable, and soft off (So grass, ire driven to the .railways end forced to board cattle cars after considerable rough handling, being held in some cases for days on poor jiastnrage waiting for cars. The cattle nhippers fall foul of these state- ments on th ground that not only an unwarranted reflection is made aic- iiinsi them, liiit that, consequent on the report, the idea of the nuality of tbe cattle, would hove a detrimental effect on the stock shipped Hbronc. A public official In making ms report Is presumed to do so without fear or fa- vor. He is a person who is taken to lie one without bias. Therefore should lie paint things in colors anything but rosy It should be -accepted that be Is ttating things as they are. Resent- ment, accordingly, looks like an at- tempt at muzzling. An official has tbe right to blame as well as to praise. Should he have occasion to do the former, it should not be looked on aa Scoring an Official but'rather as a help to- wards the remedying of matters which under present conditions, have be- come the Quality of an important export. There is too much of an inclination in the present day to cover up matters which in their being made public might be prejudi- cial. Tliis is -bad Judgment, and the effects.of such a policy must in the end do more Iwtiug harm than the at- tention brought to bear by disclosures. Quality is the-only asset which a com- modity has for keeping a hold of the market. It is incumbent, for the pros- perity of a country that a standard shoul'd be maintained. Consequently resentment Is but of place. If evils exist, let them be fearlessly proclaim- ed. It will prove to others that rera- iiHes wiil.be put in operation, other- wise there would be no necessity pfor bringing these evils to light. This is the way for winning confidence, and thereby preserving a market. What- ever the feeling in certain quarters may be, it Is significant that the charge made as to the negligence of feeding and watering cattle in trans- portation is being refused discussion by the C.P.R. live stock agent. More significant still is the fact that West- ern Canadian cattle in the market receive one-eighth to one-half cent a pound less than cattle shipped from- the States. There are wHn '-at doubt, reasons for this, and it is well that, a public official should be out. spoken for the welfare of the trade of the country; and for the reputation of its' exports. A Step Towards Publicity THIS Ms tho age of advertisement, and not only individuals, but corporations, recognize its va- lue. "Boost" is the motto of all, and nobody believes in hiding his light under a bushel. It is tbe wisdom of experience. For this reason, anything which helps To attract the limelight is Taken hold of. This is.tbe era of com- petition, and those who fall To seize opportunity for aserting them- are bound to go under. There- many others, have obtained an Inter- nallonal publicity by this mei :anl. Wo Worth Notina (Totonlo Globe.) The London Free Prora by-way of discounting the Liberal policy of pub- lic ownership of telephone lines, says: "The Manitoba govirnment reports a large deficit in Its telephone policy, and will increase the rites to subscrib- ers. Mr. Rowell please note." No one need be surprised to find deficit in an Administration of which the Hon. Robert Rogers was the bright particular star. In Alberta, under a Liberal government, public telephones pay a good rate of .interest.- LonV tion Free Press please note. Lethbridje Boosters (Claresbolm Review.) All narrow-minded asd boards must broade'n out their, ideas in this connection. As an ans- wer to some of the small objectors, Lethbridge has shown commendable enterprise in the Southern. Alberta boosting projects- by putting up the 'coin of the realm" in large quantities .o send their delegation to Colorado Springs to land the Dry-Farming Con- gress for 1912 and when it is consid- ered that with the census population accorded them, It takes a 'very large number of towns and villages of Southern Alberta to put up an equal amount to support the Associated Boards of Trade's enterprises, as that cltyi surely they are absolved from the fr two years, and thereafter every two years, tbe mayor and coluncil- men to have the same qualifications as now prescribed. The various affairs of the city ad- ministration :are to be divided up. am- ong the five members, each to be the bead of .a department, or a number of for which be is re; sponsible, and to devote their time and attention to tile city work. Daily are to be held, taking up. the work now done by the council committees, and taking up the work now done by the council in session. i The salary of the mayor is fix- ed, at [uyear, and tbe councli- 10 give bonds in a. surety. comp.ajny_ for Nominations for mayor and council- man be made at'a mass meet- ing to -be held at the city hall, any number .of candidates being allowed. On second and third choice; is'provi'led-for. The initiarmv-'rererendum and re- call are provided for. A petition signed by 25 per cent, of the elect- ors voting at the last el- ection, proposing any law, shall com- pel the council to pass that law with- in 40 days, or put-it to a referendum vote of the people, and a 15 per cent, petition shall likewise put the ques- tion up to a vote of but not call a special election, for the purpose, the matter being taken up at the regular, election. Bylaws passed by the council shall j The- Standard Securities -------------Company Real Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ornin Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 spent a fortune, you know, on that so? Land or throat? Quick-Spoken keep not take effect for ten days after pas- accusation of hogging it. Granting i snge aml tt the ten days a them nearly 9000, their financial sup-', petition signed by 35 per cent, of the port ia proportionate and Lethbrldge business men are highly qualified boosters, not only. of. Lethbridge, but of Southern Alberta. Every town and village in Southern Alberta, reaps a harvest from Lethbridge sowing: Vancouver's New Charter Tbe city of Vancouver, under May' protest, then the matter shall be submitted to a vote of the peoplo or the. law be repealed by the coun- cil. The council may also submit any bylaw without such petition. On a petition signed by 25 per cent, of the electors voting at the las-l el- ection, or 12 1-2 cent, of the vot- everything for the piano, don't you? sir. We-do, sir. Quick-Spoken me an axe. or Taylor, was the first Canadian, and very probably the tint city of North! America, to adopt an assessment is wholly on land values. The vation has proven a big success. Now the Vancouver city council is work- Ing on the details of a new civic char- ter which provides future government by a commission of flvo men, and which Introduces the recall, the initia- tive and the referendum. The new charter will be submitted to pen- ers' to recall member, on grounds stated in the petition, .the council shall order a. special.election, has 'at which the incumbent shall be a .unless he voluntarily with- and other candidates may come in and the election conducted as in the case of regular elections. Not more than one'recall shall issue ag- ainst any commissioner in 'any six months. sectional view of an strong frame shook with suppressed "I don't see ;my apartment he said. "Why there it is. as plain as tbe nose on your face.'- He looked at the cut she indicated. Then he looked at her. Then.he went and lay down on the lounge, and ihis emotion. he said feebly, after the paroxysm had passed, -'that isn't a sectional view of an apartment house. That's a diagram of the Chicago-Corn- ell football Tribune. Why Indeed? afraid you are cold. Shall I take off my coat and put it round may put your coat round me, but why take it off? Parting Insinuation ''I won't need you after 'this month. I am going to do my own cooking." "Weil, all righ, mum. I'll cook up enough before I Ica-e, so you won't starve for a 'few. days, anyway." His Birthstone "The blrthstone is supposed to con- trol our destinies. Now, what is your my life c.erienc. are not quite so ambitious, but merely remirk on tbe fact for the reason that such events have their value in directing attention, great or small. The cultivation of the fifne arts gives to a oily a .certain standard, and puts It on a high plane. It Is a sign of In- tellectuality anil refinement, nml Hbows a -Jtep in development. Tlve thousands -of in our midst pie next' January, and will be duccd, if carried, which aeeira ex- tremely likely, on January I. 1913. The new charter provides for the bolltion of all wards and the elet- tlsn at large of a mayor and four councilinen at any Hfilvcy are bound to go under. There- fore any scheme for airtTng publicity will see that, we .ire not entirely given. Hhuulil be welcomed, ami should be do- tc sordid commercialism, but lujvo.-e.n- sCTvinK ol consideration. 'We, and ough prosperity nmongst us to. raain- partlciilarly we of the West, have bo-'lllln that'which'appeals to finer in- come optimists. Next year with its jstincts. They will realize the richness of promise ever looms beforeiule of Lelhbrldge' are not only here us. II .Is the range of hills to make to make their behind which reigns prosperity. Itjulty one worth-living ill. That they is alWavs before un. and 'will be reach- i are not entirely materialistic, but hive the tastes Inclinations an up-to-date civilised community. To Hut Inn time will come. have sufficient Fiiltn to're- alize, thin. So far as Letbbrldge is Keep up Its irasltlon as one of the Im conoorned, 1912 is the city's oppor- tunity. We are going to make tbe most of It. Therefore, _it will-not be .imlss on our part to brlns; again Into public notice the necessity of, estab- lishing a Musical Festival Cities Hie oM like Bayrtutb, and portant centres of Alberta, it is neces- sary to make thl< city some sort of a focus. By establishing an annual muaical evtiol. In which other towns and aromid ifc will a part, we'will be dolnc much Io attract at- tention. Irrespective oI.Mijtilnj ntro-i successful experiments in civic gov- srnment. The new charter, while something after the charters recently introduced with success in Seattle, ties .Moines and other progressive American cities, has Features of its the January election I own that are yet entirely untried. 191 a the. mayor two council-'Canadian cities will watch with grea-i men, having the highest number of to hold office for four years, UK other two councilmen to hold offic. .Interest the result of the cxperl- -aaut made in the aciflc." "Queen Glty of the Christmas Trees A fine, well selected, shipment of Xtnas Trees just arrived from the mountains. Come In leove your order now.'' We will 'deliver you wish. i The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Limited VHONK.IM, f. H, 1 am Inclined to believe it Is a brick- bat." Visitoi What Rumor Did -Graat Scott, man! What's broke hero? Seems as if I've seen nothing but kids playing ball- on the streets, even in the stores on the the cause of It. Somebody alar-tad, the report were a big league scout, looking for promising 'material! i 1 Pardonable MIstaHe llrs. Dorkihs, who is trifle near- sighted, called her husband's atten- tion to '.something in the prfpcr. i "If we've got to move to another flat, Johnf" she said, "wo may as well. get a good one'." 'IWf.ll, here's what appears Io be a sectional view of a new apartment house. 1 can't make it out exactly, but! it seems to have all the moderii con-1 yonlences and a lot. of new features that you don't find In any apartment house I ever lived in or ever looked through." Jjr. Dorkins picked up the paper. This is a Rust-Proof Oven You can scrub the oven of a McClary's Sask-Alta Steel it can't be harmed with soap water. It is made of McClary nickel-steel, the best, material for oven linings known to the range-making 1 craft. Moisture, from any cause, never affects'it. It' resists all rust and can be always kept clean, sweet- aiijl.. sanitary.- This exclusive ,McClary feature is'but one of' many points of'superiority. When you SasfcAlta I Steel Range! you will readily agree that it lias every good point thrt you ought to have at your service for real work, month in, and month out. Before you order a new range, go to the nearest McClary agent and ask him to show you why a .Sask-Alta excels from your point of Write for a ItUs all about it. Address tta. nearest branch MonttMl, Vneamr, St. Join, M For Sale, by "Stafford-Agiiew Co.'- ;