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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta II! ir 1 THE DAILY Wednesday, October 8, HERALD ESTABLISHED HOT Published by ide Lethbrldjie Htnit Printing Co., M evening, at its office, Sixth Street, "a, e Albert! try Canada. 12 24 W. A. BUCHANAN T. W. .QUAYLE JOHN 1252- OAILYrSUBSCAIPTION rtATES year delivered S4.00 1 year, by nail ..-..rr; 6 rootths. delivered J2-W 6 months, by I months, delivered jl.CO 3 nontts, by mall......75c I mouth, delivered 35c. 1 month, by 25c.. Addrusrs cttcrti) is ofctn as b-jl both fiev md ttidreJjU tnusl te tfvto. j THE DAILY HERAl Cross Drug Boot store: i. 0. Rob- Co.; _ Co.; Alexandra Hotel; PM- pie's Ores Store; Keoay t AUIn; Lethbridge. Stand; Empress But- fct I.uncix i Oiim'nd MedlcTna Hat Aiilnibola Hq-.ei. D. Ferguson. piy Co.; Cranbroot BooS .Company. Company.' Plr.cher XTcCrear Mitchell Drat Co.......% JSALE A.T......_ Vancouver Wide World Kew Co.; Stop. .445 Grin'seU Street........ Netr.i Co. River .Side Avenue. Grjuy Lake v Jiea Neirs Agency. Boofc and Nej-3 Store. 1D9A Sth-Ave. World'Ncvi Co. plnchVr' sVatipn Euwaro. -Reid. St News Co. KooV dea. THE HERALD. PobMshed trery TTedtftsdiF In etrtt fifing DaetJ. Rod ccntilnj ft aumrnarr of tljt o( locil jed district 1'yearln adraxca.....11.00 C months In adrsuce Kto Where no provision-has been made fur ing open spaces for the use arid recreation of Hie c'omiuun'i.tyV tbc public lias had to rely on the munificence of private owners for the presentation of parks: They are hailed as benefactors and, thereby, earn a gratitude whicJi, in the rightful scheme of things, must appear a forced one. Happily .the m.oik-rii generation, and those lo be jiiadc for securing their rights to free breathing Spaces. j HESPONS1B1UTY'UPON'.THE. VpfpRS. KTHB1UDG5 RATKPAYKWS we hope fullv realize the re- ;L NEW S1TK OF UPPER CANADA COLLEGE mean the. success or failure of the system'Ihrp.iighpul the coiin- !ry. In thcoiV'lhe plan is1'good; it rests with" ijsjjo prove'thai il i is good injpractice. The success'of onr'new of'Kovern- nient d'epciids upan Ihe. iju'ii we select for the three cbmmission- must put'on; the jobs inen interests, ineii serve us, jWljzmg that' they' ill giv and of om-affairs. "rv We Wpujd suggest ;that all classes ael-.togetlier at once anil endeavor to' Tsclccffiich" who wHl'miet" Rc1- niembcr, it.dcpemls upon elect coniniissjpn forrn of govvrhniciit'is.'a success. Now is the tin'ic'to ihiulx a'nd of Canada College, sohtrei-from ono end to the other of the Dominloiywlll be Interested In -.tfnioval. of the ancient Kljool to Nc.rv.aV, akoul_tljlrty miles from Toronto. The school property In. Toronto has been sold for three-quarters of a million dollars, and the new school at Norval will be built and modelled after style of the Eton and other big schools In.the.OJd Country. THE AUTO LAWS. MEARLY EVERY CITY has Ihe-'niilu'iiVobile but it be tjie. custom lluit these.lawi are never'en- j.forced. until 6 The auloistl drive their cars: Be- yond the speed-liiy't gs long a.s no accident.occurs they .are inlerfercd with. In-Edmonton the other- dayUwo lives were ORK is' a'passion witit'John H. of wiealtht 'ost the evidence so far Inkcu at the imjuiry establishes ttiat -pjilimalpfl'luiMind MM '.-of Vif Ltlte'automobile in which'thev were ridina was at thirlv- fe pf his years in quiet.and.pea.ce.'iut-jflhc.did jso he .would become" arrest as r.-i t-f _ -tltis .particularvpase Ha.d'ithc enforce'd rJV6rk liasniept cnergjvdriftgd Tyhich.-we do not tenn useful, 1 lie would Kavc been the" top notcher in' Work has made leaders, a man of 'great wealth "and also a liappvyantl contented old man, free from jiodily.aihnents.or canpol live forever, but when he docs die' it will simply bti because he cannot work. loVl 'e aripalijng. but' the man-.who drives allowed nnijSt'is b'rfiugbt.wmask; accident or no he mnsT be taught to respect tliif.iaws governing Hie iiulomobilc.- He'has the freedom of thele regulations be obsep'cd if H- STANDARD EFFICIENCY-TESTS, an .exacting business man is .willing t6 accept the ser- vices of a'boy, solely on his the Can- tfllciency tests, arc now being'introduced in Lellibridge by the Y..M. C. A., it.steak's well for the test. In .order to pass these a'b'py mus't'possess'merit." The iiveraocl inari'of liu'sih'css pays liiiglily lillld'altcndori lo'thc'slerebtypcdl form of testimoiiial, and even if'a a man, for that matter, i obtains a position on the strength of -which he may i have, he.hplds.the.position on his. merit.alone. The crying need the todny is the'a'll-'aVdund'riian, and it is the j object of-these tests .to develop and-to boy find his proper groove. .Most of us are pretty ordin- I: ary, individuals and if [to.make the best conlri- ibulion to our fellow-men, we must; specialize. Specialists often become leaders. -They endeavor, not only: to: know something .they strive to know everything about some; thing. And before one can -make'a success of any one branch of must develop.himself'ihehtally, physically, spiritually. and sdcially lo the highcst-possible'sfandard. The standard efllc- iency ,'fcsfs'havc this one thing for t'lieir aim. The medal and bars; and the diploma arc .intended lo.acl as an incentive for a 'boy to enter and excel in every phase of life's activities. Thus vAyill he. develop symmelry.and personality, and bfe'bcst filled to i'ri his chosen profession or "trade. .-The. idea is founded on solitl principles, and the future citizens of Letlibridge would 'be bctlcr equipped for the.battle of life if'fltey'adopted of br-lniiu.' lo mould their characters, Winston GhurchiJtHs'-becorning 'quUe a bifdiiian 'arid, .tlibsc who ever goes up in .the .i IN THE INTERESTS ;OF THE PUBLIC. Mayor Sihnol't of "Calgary would calling" in oil to be a timely agitation. fields speculator' busy in Muyor Simidlt's The world's series games remind those of us who haVeibeen "letting George far. this year, that We had better get'busy if we want to make.ii score for. ycaris' dut.'; Sonic Philadelpriiadficlors performed an Operation on a rrian to save his life so .that lie might pay the penalty of a dealh-'se'ii1 Icnce; Was that irservice lo humanily? 'V-.-'l.-, An indusfrJTKliich'.is.scarcely a-dccadc old, the aulompbile lire has reached an anffunl oulput ifi Stales of be Hie annual business joy wagon industry? "Proteclibn is a around .the. nJck of everj' :Garlad: ian says'the Grain Guide. 'It is gelling pretty 'h'eayy'hcrc in the'vvest, and the Irjnger the heavier it And the only, knife free wheat. the of the Commission is In danger of uid .Its prestlje ln- s evidenced tif'the BtahKnj order to he'; Governor In Council during the ivp rears that, Govern- meat-hu been In power. In the seven Icau'gunKorl of the ibjinal, .1311, when ih'a AdmlnistrBlloii'went four untl appeals. a year of fees p far there' setn. that tiere' tp'.'the' pf.a J lid go from that court being given to appeal. To these latter ap-. peais there appear to bo llllle object- ion, since the.toard welcomos any In- terpretation V Superior court of Ita judicial powers or Jurisdiction, t "S Okijctlon to Those on Fact. In the' other cW H Is different It may ajtumed.tjn the first place, that the Its own wide ci- perieh'ce' and with' that of Its various effort to arrive at. the ''facia" befcjre glrlng Judge- any) ebjeo'tloa made're- sattUng .lack of evidence a rehearing may. be- ordered... 11 Is evident, then, that the -Judgment Is the- fruit of careful weighing bf-evldecce, and.vlewlng of the facts. Limitations. compoEei as It h Ministers of the Government, IB neither-a court oj Judges nor-one of railway" -experts, 'and has no-way of getting at the facts. U molt simply listen to the came evi- dence as; waa by the board, by H appear', that when an Ing Inference thaMhe'bpa'rd hap been remiss In Its dutks iVtUe fjrst place. It Is believed .that the'next session there will agitation to limit such appeals, and.'to mahe of the board .final on points of fact hllforr.'V.v1 ,v v-- the fJovernor In Council are'iaieh only "Uet." On a pnlnt of law in "appeal may te made fe'-the Supreme Court on leave beln'g'granted by the board to appeal. On a'question or Jurisdjcyort appeal may USING'POWER.AT HAND. An energlc. young priest Ift'clarga of a.parish in CiCmbria county, .Pcnn. had'succeeded 'In f raising enough money'to'build-and equip new" church, all'except' tho' btdl. To got enough money, for i the'belike held a nibeun? of his parisfiwiers, at which the committee rnad9''epeeches. All except .McCarthy had spoken. Qua mentioned thet fine another their comfortable pews; .a.nqthcr.their, splendid another, fipolio of the steam heat they, bad In JJie cliurch and of tbe coal 'In tho'ctlTar for tho firmace- Thoy ivcrf all iprrj, IbD.v that they were without and hoped tne.Werauers would bo ablo to make a further'- effort arid -secure for that L Then came McCarthy's turn .and ho ,-f spoke as "We have a f Lie Uie Governor In [church. Our -Is. comfortable ami Council Ilia done BO in the majority our altar la granJ: "H's" true', we have, of wfth; UIB. expectallon on uo have pirt'of the ap'pellwU that by aislciu-: steam heal In the'cnurchfand, plinty lobbyinV of coal-In tbe cellar. new.yiiwpolnt.'iiiiyVbe adducea. .Cer- tho bell. Let's put a whistle on tho of the MtwT of the, Humiliating. In -several- have. been .Teferred to the bo jrd for BlttY BOOSTS HIMSELF. (oVlllli The makes a plea, for "high class leadership" 'and great "has 'TllEPHOPOSEt) amendment to'the Public: Works Act, reg.ird- T ing the rcsen-alions for public'parks.and playgrounds in all subdivisions, is one which can te.thoroughly.recommended.' H will be legislation framed'with an eye to future development. The regret of cities and lowns which were created at a lime when hygienic laws were not held in so. much importance, nor .-received the consideration 'which is: given' them 'in the present cenlury, is 'he want of open spaces for their teeming populations; Parks and playgrounds ore truly described as the "lungs" of 'promise lo give.. It is: useless expect any organization to" make towns and cities, ho in Hie proposed reservations we shall nof bulb ends meet oiran ihadcijUiile Avenue.'- M ohly be profllfing by experiences elsewhere, hul making provision for the time when vacant with the mcnt in n new country, become the centres wlicre large numbers arc bound in lime to congregate.' The, reservation of these open Spaces (own-p'annin'g which lias, a tli6 ordering of our modern towns aricLcilics Sonic idea-pf the interest in the .world'srchampionship -bVsc- ball scries is evidenced m the Flerald office, riot only by of ieleplione calis from. cUyj but nearly every town in Southern The Independent Order of Foresters tire a'fe'aiii in .lyrnlpi) over a proposed increase-in insurance rates.- of- the squabble is that fralernul societies will all.'have, their insurance business on a business basis and for whql tliey will be assured of those rights which should jrslonfl lo it. Legis- lation on the lines proposed will Ire.following.lhc.truc't'cin'jcrnlic' Ipirit The first'eugenic buby has bten horn in and clnrcd'to bej.a nnd putting matrimony oYi.sft'metliinH oilier tbnh n'basis soul males, il will doubtless prove fo have them physically mated. if) city coffncil.'wil.I pelilioii ills legislature to amend ttit cbiirtcr s6 that the city liavc sell, school .bonds, ll'is claimed ihat with the trustees scllincMhcin the bonds 'ib dn flic niarkcl In competiiion with civic at a lower1 rate, iind.thtis, the is'a radical one and action of the legislature will be wnfclicii for with interest, further. feferftajr baci Uie humlllat- Siik-alu arc 5old (iy good dealers who back up our guaran- tee on this splendid Juicy tbtir niturtl flivor poddingi, cakes are always and sweet when cook- ed or baked in the Sask-alta steel The reason is scientific system of oven ventilation has been perfected. You should know all about this and numerous other exclusive, fia. tures before select-' ing your 722 LONDON TWWNTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VANCOUVER .ST. JOHN HAMLITON, :.SASKATOON' 'EDMONTON SOLD IN LETimiliDGE CO- ;