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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Monday, Odolm1 6, 1013 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published ty Ulhbrldge Herald Printing Co., LW, every lal e.verilng jt Its office, Sixth Street, W. A. BUCHANAN 1224 T. W. CUAYLE JOHN TORHANCB PHONE: 1252 OA1LY SUSSUSIPTION RATES 1 ytsr delivered......S4.CO I year, by mill J3.W 6 months, delivered C months, by mail 8 mouths, delivered Ji.OO S months, by mall......75c 1 coma, delivered 35t. 1 month, bl fflsll......25s- Addresses changed as ortea as desired, but both new 014 tdiirissw ftven-t THE DAILY FOR SALE AT Cioss Drug 6 Boot Store; J. G. Bob- ertson Co.; Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Pec- .pla's Allto; Letibricise Iloiel Ciear Empress' Buf. ki Diamond D'Arc. Mediclni Hit JUslnibola Hotel. D. Ferguson. Mur- phy" Co.: Cracbrooli Boot Company. Newj Company.- v I strain those soaiicJiued fronr set ting eyes on -Canada's promise, these journals lire ciuuliiling read of in the Old Testament to an extent which MS sublimely ridiculous; What Ss siriil is so'stnpid and so foolislrthaYone really Here is a 'specimen' taken froin Rev-ovd; j Minnesota, wliieii.reprociiicos.il from the Underwood Journal; ,lt I should fittingly find a place'in the joke column-, but :is n.compli- ment to the jfunciful brain', of its author we introduce ril here; Things secih to have .turned to the .worse in the Canadian Niirlliwcsl-initi many" families wlio sold their holdings in the-states and located in the northern cuVuu 'try have done so to their sorrow. Conditions iii a.fmun- cial way are than i hey.ever in the states dnrinR Hundreds or.msii.are.Jwnl.kjng.the'stree.ts of Edmonton, Calgary iin'd.Moose Jaw, aud.QthcY bopni'Ca'hiuliaiicities' J' looking fWwprk w'hich thhnbl be bubble liaye burst and no reiiefas-in Canadian banfe, bucked by the." Bank .dflEngHmtl, received instructions !o Ip'un no more money. farmer What Others Think THE CIVIC AND THE SCHOOL BOARD. .'-The Samrt .Old Dare (llnmllton In other words..-.Sir KdMfard Carson dares the Home Rulers to tread en the tall'ot his Ulster. Sob Caught (Toronto Slar) When llon.L Robert Rogers accused Liberal "deliberale ly they' salt! iho name ol the dredge" .Sir' Wilfrid would be changed, he; perhaps, merely meant to-eay thai the order-.for Ihe change ol name. Hut he "forgot" t.ial the-gover'nine'nt's nollce a'Jtl'Qrizing the name was ofticin-l> zetted'.on Sent. 13. 'In a recent Being a an eastern pub- D UMpR HAS IT that :i womim caniUdaJc'wiil be amongst.-Micro who will olVcr themselves for election for the vacancies on the School Board: There is no tcason report should ;noi into fact. Tlic'iuclnsion of women on a school hoard )is by iio'mehns a novel idea. They ..have' not only graced such bodies, but have proved.themselves extremely useful members. Prejudices if.qoiiis! women serving in public .capacities have now been relegated lo the linibo'of oiil-flisiiioncil notions. So -far has llicVxvorlli of theses in dealing with educational prohlenis possessed the_ccUUmal '-i' been recognized that.in flu-, educational committee 191 'i may have valuable holdings but cannot borrow in Canad-. .inn'cities iii fabiijousTpriccs are now "hplm'ngjlie.hag." ,-V__ plentifulas long as properly changed'hands often nnd at-a profit, but an.end was bound to come to, the fictitious values. Tliose on tlje. payment llicir monty tied coming-.due and can-be- borr'q'wetl .'on Ilie, jii'ppertyd ScriousTosscs will Jourr nal. '._'_ The caption of Ihe'alibyc delightful contribution to seasoft" scries-'is" "Canada P'atu6v has 'evidently lication appeared "this" "very excellent nqtc Council of London, England.-iio less than five -wo men :.yere to serve on .thc-snine.'-- "T And'w'hen-wivcohie 16 consider them, cdurajional problems, '.inMfieir present ;for their instinct forn1ihg alarge proportion-bf--oup popuhition, and women taking u greiil share in education. .jt is only filling that there should. be. at least a woman represeril- op llill's railroad ooner Tha'l.is likely the Jlici lec'ehl a. man begins to h.ia .town it's .time for .him .to And so he should. If--his tome town has grown istcfvLto irom" speaking dis- )aragingly of H time, then he o'ught ;to swk'-fields .anew. oCconrse, there is such a thing as jphcs't .ctiticisni an'd it is-mighty ne cjisarjV '-If all citizens-were to. refrain from voicing their honest.criticisms there ivould he- BO stagnation ol municipal welfare as-.tp a.city.'s ?fa'yyncet-EUpervision-ar.d other.fca- T'sVhiigli.t tlireattn.. ljl just .complaiiii in -.time is pro pej.jand hencncial.il given re- ceived spirit..' T tecause' tit honcstry certain' conditiop.' irrTprovcd, who' cbrnVlainV ar.d sneers ,it his home town twitti- ig-any.-imprQVement, pr, sug4. on the hoard. H will .not take long to note ainongsl the %vomen ofi who are, well qualified'to devote their and their abilities' to dnties which cotn- -.pose ..Xp'pne wil} iidca of a takang-.'pnrr in' the; coining contest. 'However may dilTeras to what is the _l'.' v.that'in entering the in the ;lhcre .wnll'be rOvideiiL-cd an active and praiscwo'rfhy intention in seeking lo lake which are entirely. within--women's scope. The Civic Club would he well-advised iii carrying cut ils (Jntenlion Deselecting a candidate. ''__ j.'' If our leijisiators at Edmonton continue to show such a wide knowledge of "rjiiiruucl construction the first thing "we know'they will be given jobs oiva construction gang. TLME TO GET BUSY. That rmnof'about.our friend R. IV Berinetl.goinglnto vlhe Doniinioii cabinet as' Minister, of. Die-. Inlcrior travelling jJlirongh.th.R newpapcrsT'.Tliat aiTiUwill'geti The Alhcrfhn is publishing a series of articles on wild catting I in real estate.in Galgary. Evidently the Alherlan-has abandoned all hops; of the good old days of rcai estate advertising returning. t Freight bus! ness "through the C. P. yards-is (touWe'whal it was last ycarinllie fall season. The C. P. H; is handling it ,'cll, but it might if President Louis tin L-nnW ;i Hill knew IN VIEW of (tie fact Ihnt a matter of weeks will sec the city en- .-giigcd in.a movement not only unique, hut the most important "uii.-ils municipal history.'il looks-as though in the delaying'of interest we are not1 taking sullicicnrslpck of the gravity of coming eleclion for commissioners. Live interest and action ;ought not to he left to the period they evidence themselves ordinary municipal elections._ t If is fay.no means loo early for candidates to announce lliem- selves. To paraphrase a copy book line, "Now is the lime when Thcresl of the orchestra didn't seem able to follow him.' every go6d man should come to "the aid of liis city." Men will) not be accused 'of immodesty in stilting their claims through the i tolunms of the or otherwise. By doing so they will malcr- Mayor llardie says He never learned to play second ficldje, so will be mayor nexfycai Or nothing. His experiences wfth.the first .violin at .-times'this year have been none loo harmonious.- 3.900 MILES TO MEErHER 1NTEND- .ED.-HUSBAND Elsie 'Toronto, begins long, ojumey to. Honolulu to com- a: rpmancerwhlch began In her home town of England. Miss Smith goec'tu-Bihaii to marry Mr. Daviii financial secretary to a large sugar plantation, who.m she became acquainted. Her-people a-' writer "-who" Vrould pronounce the nanie U Is There wag inan' named Oulmet Who Eil'd easy to plet; "1 said Vardon, "-This" Is'' awfully hard or.'c Held and myself and E. net." 'FolIowins-uponHtha't tfco. Tribune tells.ifs llnierlck that-they are ali'wrjng.'nnd thst" Mr. Ouirriet pro- rmme: Weemlt Twllh .the on syllable. To '.Canadians ilib name presents no difficulties. It" .'good French- oj-lhe c'Kafiplo'n came from JIontTtaV'ahd-the.Tiame is''a promin- ent qhVlo public life a I "Ottawa. lie ought Ib pack up'aiiu iump-oh the'-first outward bound train.'- Snagp to her Baiid.jr'wliat js i fcnow what a canard queried Snaggs; ratber aneerlngly. the-Vorct own 'w "Dots Well, really, I can't see it, What does "It" "Why, a canard Is Bornethlng one paliardly Opinion. Wrong 'Agalrl'- ''Tp-succeed a man shouM keep his piana to remarked toe am an responded As Tennyson's uurce >val uuo' day at his bedside, sharing lo a de- gree the general airsiety about tha [KUlem.- she sclvl'to him suddenly: "Yon have.'wrllten -n'.preal, many poems, sir, lint'. 1 have uevcri heard. .anybody there. Is n'liyinn among 'iliein I air, you would' write n. hjnui while you are on your slcfc hed. "U might help .ir.d coiufort many, a jioor fiuffcrer." The next inornftig, iwtitn th'o'nurBe tuil taken .her .quiet place n! the bed- side, tlio iiocl, hauJed her 3 scrap o! paper, 'Is ,lne hyrun yo'l wished wrile." Siie took U hahda.wilh lirtbslons'of grntef'ul thanks: It proved' llie irfK'tu thut was etiug- Itt'.tVestmiiistcr Abbey at' Tennyson's' funer.il, and which has '.oucUed ?o nmny1. hearts. This was CHOSS.ING TUli.HAa Sunset and .evenini ...And one f Uax tjajl Anil may there b'e no uiaanlns; of thg bar pu( out sea. v. h. Amoving seems asleep. Too full-fo'r.sdiictV and.roajii, When thai which.-ilrfiw from out Iho Turns again' Twilight and evin.iiig Anil after tl'iat "flip .dar.H! And inay llicre'b'e iib1 sadrtess of fare- well' V .When For" .though" lrqm...byt the bourno o! The' it'cod 'xniay ''ar. I'hoiie.to Jacc jp" facs I. Have, crossed ifie bar. Tennyspil. r.-'. Infallible !When a fellow can watch sweet- heart'.'nianipulate 'a toothpick in. a :ro.vded and not lose ad- rnlrallon for her, then that's a sign he Orleans Picayune, j-ia'Hy help the electors in weighing rgspqctivc, nierits and coming to soinc kinii pf-'a On the other han'cl orgnnixalious-should speedily come ifito j existence for.cnsiiring Ihe election, o! those wlio serve the city under the new form of government.-'The Ir. Uordcn usctl-to ilcnoiince vigorously the 'practice of holding bye-cieolions in the way'he is holding ilic. clecliohs irt'.lhe four, vacancies now Bu5 then Mr. Borden is in'power now. Free Ihuvoiily soiulioij to Ihe congestion tiuil'-. is hound to ot'citr. :il'llic, lake ports.. Another crop of the dimen- sions of the.present-one will demand Ihe elimination, coiintr-rvniling Ihe opening.of "tlici; tqnul diverts to tiie Pacific.uojisl. Sad lie lost a lot of coin, the mutt, lie ought lo have two giiards; He knew how to play poker, hut He, wouldn't cut Ihe cards. Willing divide wllh our felloxv Philosopher.' assented the Rounder. to lake lialr." Har A funny, lad waa William Siulbs, ..He'd, carve his legs wllh faugh when ho would brcnh hii was a butcher toy. Ratepayers are discussing commission form of government "THE HIME OF A MAN. Star) Oulmet, the 'young' The. Hand That Moves The Lever Saves 162-3 Per (Cent. of Your Coal first commission will ,If Ihcy rlill Ihe.positions of commissioner of'public utilities. -There is room for much discussion to likely to fair coijiiiiission. J who had c6me contea t regarded Tlie Hal -Times says the conlideikc of Ginadians force in Canada's behalf' lhan Hie hutje to pfbnouiice. They ore ai it corrmly W the Israel. S flier special qunliiications necessary for the man who is (0 (ill u office of mayor..' in Ciinada is a in ail liiesc ofiices it should not he a case of confining weslern crops. L why cid'csiri (he cnlighli-ncd Times firnl out tion lo men who Jiave already declared themselves hut Hordcn confidence in Canatln slain .Goliath of Oath, should be taken to npprqach tliosc wliO'in the cslimalion of tlie ptihhc will make good commiSsioiltrsi aild lo irivifc Iliein lo tome Wore Ihe electors in the interests.of Ihe community. Vremiers cl.'jirf t'hat'wc would have fo hire outsiders lo face our j uaucjcrs for us in iirival warfare? .Jiyen at that paper is more loyal'l.linn ils party leader, get Oulmet wrong mostly say It. The Chicago Trlr Uhe'uarne ?.utJ hero II sample from Here is the opportunity for the housewife to, .'.deal; the high cost of living question, a hard jolt without any effort on her part.