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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LT3THBRIDGE DAILY HERALU Wednesday, October 19, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtD Published Dy the Lethbndge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd" every lawful eveaing at its office, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberra, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR AND EDITOK PHONE: Editorial, arxl News Dept. 1052 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, l year, by mail 6 months, delivered -3 months, l mouth, delivered.......35c PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. ..S3.00 6 months, by mail 3 months., by mail .S3c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both uew-aad old cddresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every "Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains 'summary s of the hews of the week, local and l year, in r 3 in" advance 50c months, in advance----75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR Cethbridge Red Cross Drug Book Store, D. G. Robert- Johnston Jack- 'son, Alexandra 'Hotel, Pec- pies Drug Store. .Macf Young Co., R. W. prncher E. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Taber Westlake Bros. Cardston Alberta Drag Boot Co. -v Fernle, B. Percy Cranbrook. 'B. AteMson. L. Reinecke. Tugham, "Diamond'" D'Arc's Drug stone. Medicine M. Northam Vancouver, ,B. Wide Kews'Co. St.- P. R. I What W. K. Clarke, of A'. W. 1 fame does HOI admit will fill many pages of court proceedings, Roosevelt and Criyneu are now in the background. Connie Mack and are the star performers. Advocate does not believe he is.any party to these ..persistent rumors as lo his replacing'-Atr. Oliver at Ottawa, uoming Dack-Stb Vie LieuteuauUGbv- ernorship, while "the Advocate es-. teems Mr. Bulyea personally, it be- lle'ves that .these offices should be (passed round, and tuat The Chicago Nationals have, always j ments should not be made, one Chance: but. he cannot win unless' his team mates help a little. The times -that Winnipeg is not fear ins a railway strike, having one or get trng over it, are few and far between. I One result of having a stenograph- er at the council meetings will, be that1 some things that would have been said ivill remain unsaid. it Winnipeg mud is'as.bad as it of-, j ten is there is no doubt it had a strong i influence 'in making" the parties'in" the street railway strike agr.ee..toarbi- I crate. Tfce City .Council in not rushiag the construction, i track to the sites.' Ween one is needed, it 'will tot- take lon get it there. r "to Lots of .Tragedy in Ontario (St. "r'nomas Times.) Murder trials are in progress at several in Ontario, and con- victions have been had in nearly all of tne cases tried so far. A particu- larly sad one was that of Robert Park- er, sentenced to be banged at Belle- ville for. the, William. Mas- jers. P.arker is. a white-haired, .man of seventy-nine years and he hung heav- ily on the railing of the dock when Sir j wiuiam him. _ Tears were in, the eyes of the "Chief" Justice as he pronounced the: death- sentence on a man so old. "You are advanced in years, and your wife and chiidren naturally cling to y6u in yonr said cannot help sympathizing with one who strays from the path of rectitude, Aid. Frayne was right- in holding; out for more than one. pjolling booth in tee municipal election.' council should have three or Two are not The four. The Koard of--Trade" should "have ah increase of membership as a re- sult of ths recent meeting .of cue bus- inessmen. Let everybody join and nelp adva'nce the- interests "or ceth- ;T IS the- general opinion of the I "travelling public ,thar the Can- adian Pacific Railway could shorten up their. schedules and make better time over their lines in Alber- ta. "It is noted that whenever, for any 1 could easily "up. it FASTER TRAIN "SERVICE f ets ahead of I Every man u-ho "thinks he ought to when it" a tecuon ought to make it" hfs business is .on ..the list If he is left off. and particularly is that the case preparation to meet the great Judge, who will try us all some day. .Even with communtttion there are only a few short .years between you and'the luture life." One -does not- need to read fictio.h these.days to. get his fill of tragedy. The columns of the teem w-'un such -occurrences. The' sad, fact is they are .becoming so commo'n that only crimeT having uncommon leatures excite particular notice. the nest stop "has to loaf so as. not to i get, in .ahead "of time. The company j roadbed, and' increasing the weight of the steel, as well as improving its" rolling-stock o> train Is behind "time, it can! these public'think when, easily and quickly catch up with the jit is apparent, that the- trains can schedule. It is noticed, also, that j make a good deal better the trains continually loaf along- every XnortSE the sched- line in the province. A train runs at'iule.a'nd. tnere.by. greatly improve the it it service.- Side Lights .November-10. ,6nlyr himself.. twhat seems to speed that it THE OLD .IRELAND-AND five hundred thousand heads of families represent at least ADDRESSES given by T. P. O'Connor, the noted Irish poli- tician, ai'e giving the people of Uajfada some idea- of the condition of affairs in Ireland sneh as they did not before. Canadians who have not .followed Irish affairs closely had the idea that Ireland was. still downtrod-, Gen and distressed by.. landlordism. three millions -of- Irish, who were once rented land, Irut now have theii Moreover, the? o-wn. Jiomesteads. been assisted i From Other Sanctums A Wise-Idea (Toronto telegram.f, .Henceforth Hon. wil] write his really: iniportazLt" Tetters bv telephone or word of--moath.. _ Sunday. Funerals (Stratford.-. Beacon.) The "ban has been placed upon 'Sun- day funerals by the St.'Catharine's houses which, .'are, comfortable and roomy. The "hovels, with thatched roofs" and in which the j laborers., were. once forced to live. to buil'd their j Ministerial Association. -.This-is only hut Brewer' bn Tolerance (Everybofly's.} The late Justice Brewer was .noted tor his tolerant and broad-minded views. A uiploznat" called the other day a story told "by Justice Brewer ia. illustration' of --the need for tolerance. We should respect the views of oth- the story mbrailty.ljx self is only a matter, of environment A missionary in the South .Seas, was distressed because his dusky .parish- oners were nude. He decided to try. delicately tos to least "a little clothing, and to he left a great many pieces of scarlet: and green and yellow calica lying erected that the people were yet living .on, nave been _toril down. and rented .land and.in wretched tte government has with no chances of home comforts or m-teen vynsuft t our roomed cottag- es, which the laborers rent for a shil- Bui "Tay Pay" gives a different" de-j ling a--month. Fifteen hundred schools scriptioa. One of the_ important parts j have and7inore are being of his address "is a comparison of theJ.erected.__ They.-; are up date, .and following the essmDle.of -many other Ministerial Associations, Stratford in- but the trouble, is that" there cluded. are so- many, excuses t'cr, violating their i the rule that every is trans- education. old. Ireland "with' We-'new. He: tells that as a result of the work of the Ir- ish Land League, aided' by" Hoir. W.; Gladstone and others of the-Liber al party, have- -been wrought, -which liave "transformed con- in.-Ireland: vAs a, resnlt different Lane and' very different from the that OlCormor and-others of his tiiae.at- Trended. The teachers are well paid the youth of. Ireland to-day are '-advantages' such as-their never thought-possi- Dle. JLand-iordism in Ireland, O'Connor gressed. There are few cases wnere Sunday buria'l is necessary, and ministers everywhere would do well to refuse to .conduct funeral" ser- vices-on-Sunday-unless there-is an absolute need; r They'll Soon_v Be Here (Calgary Prepare, i or arthe g of the pro An elderly danie'- "called one after-. noon- for spiritual auvice. ThV mis: sionary note'd" how1 enviously Her" -eyes rested on the 'and' he- took -Up a two-yard' piece'' of the yellow, ing: "I'll give' 'you thWir you'll The female drape'cPthe about her like a. .skirt and-xieparted in-great out the next day') "nude as .before she returned with the fabric under- her, afnx Handing it sadly to: the mission'- For Sale 7 room semi-modern new house on Burdett and Alexander, Terms to suit purchaser 50 x 125 on Macduff. Sewer and water. One quarter cash handles Modern 7 room house on Macduff and Burdett Streets, a bargain for will rent for per month to right party; v 50 x 125 on Ashmead near London. Priceind terms upon application Lethbridge Hotel Block 1212 ary, she said: next feir days, for "all ye the "province are" "even busy -with the tar soap, brushing up 5? too shy." self-government, such as the so Lethbridgewards for the big press of Canada have. There is convention which win be'held there is Ipcal provinces ui ua.vf. i aerf; is j no -idea separation from the m-j towards the end of this week. Purchase acts that .have been passed, says, -is "deatl'y "What the Irish want year's best suit and'preparing to tnree thousand heads of fam Hies already own the land they are. .living on, and inside of the next fe-n years two hundred thousand more have completed their payments and will own their land. The govern- ment purchased the land and sold it 10 the tenants who make annual pay- matters. hand, the idea is that the mp'ire wiit be strengthened allowing the different parts the I right to govern themselves iu local J Tne re-appoinonent. of laeutehant- Frank Oliver Still' Strong' (Red Deer Noblesse Oblige Story and JEdward Everett were once the: pro- minent personages at a dinner.in Boston. The former, as a voluntary toast, gave: "Fame follows merit wnere Everett goes." The man thus delicately complimented-at j once arose and replied with this [Governor tfuiyea. sets at resr one of felicitous impromptu: "To what-' :tne stories floating round that Mr.' -height judicial learning may at- Has been laid out upon a scale pf the city's be the choicest part of the cityf __ down and a month Without Interest And Without Taxesv Price For full utforaiation, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 11 Sf Sherlock Building Phone 1291 AN OFFICIOUS SINCE the Herald took oc- casion some two or three-years ago to criticize the 'action of the Gity Council in-raising the salary. Secretary-Treasurer George W. Rob inson, seven hundred dollars at one .time that official has had it in for the Herald even more than before. ;The Herald at that time did not con- "sider that such a large increase and such a maximum salary was. due one rendering services such as Mr. Rob- inson gaTe the city at that time. It expressed that opinion, and' ever since the secretary-treasurer has knocked the Herald. The little break he made at the council meeting on Monday night is a. small sample. Not only "in the matter of getting news, .but alst> in getting business from the city, the secretary-treasurer has not tried to tne city. The reason probably is that give the Herald anything like a fair deal. The Herald did not choose to make any public complaint regarding tne action of Mr. Robinson in using his position as secretary-treasurer and of purchasing agent, while he held tbat position, to turn a large share of the city's printing to a firm in this city in which he himself is largely fin- ancially interested. That was consid- ered as a business matter between the ployee. t Oliver was to resign from the cabin- et and take this office. There seems to be a dead set made on'Hon. Prank Oliver by a number or tne extreme leading civic official and em I men in province, .which Hostility, the Advocate believes, gan and, as a local business enterprise it -has-received little but opposition tain in this country, there always be one Story higher." No apubt the public who resd the accounts -the -council meetings would like to. Know, as the Herald wpiiid also. -like to know, wuat right ...Robinson has to make any re- marKs in council, except where he is called upon, to rdo so by tne council. one would think he wag an alderman elected Jby.. the people instead of being a paid official appointed by ihe coun- cil; wmen appointment created no great enthusiasm on the part of the public at- -the- time, and which has oeen lessening ever since. Mr. Rob- mson very much concerned the, HexaKJJs. .advocacy of commission form of government the fo'r In the Public Eye no backing whatever from the of the Liberal party in this pro- THOMAS vince. by waom Frank Oliver is es-j air TBomas Shaagbnessey, .presi- dent of-the C. P. who. is now out teemed ana trusted as a fearless and able champion of the interests "of the West. These stpri'es about his retire- ment from ;he government are be- las is Ms at the coast on his annual tour of inspection of the road, is expected, wont. 10 return via. the on Roseboro's fine, new, up to manufacturing plant; located in-the Sherlock at the corner of Redpath and .-Will be-open to receive the public and Jor-. their inspec- tion of the line of goods which he-intends fefrrying.' We put a few facts.before leave the rest to you. His staff consists of experienced workmen In, branch. Atf the foundation of is of service for everybody." Of course we are not infallible, but we are persistent and 'ex- )erienced and have unusual facilities.and-no. end of-energy -to -do 'the right things. depends success, so here's health to your purse- S. H. JJoseborough MANUFACTURING REPAIRER AND A "SPECIALTY "..PHONE 494 coming somewhat off ensive. and Bought Crow's Nest branch, in which -case to be called in. Premier'-Siftoh "has enough on his hands without bother- ing about Ottawa -just no-w, and the .Herald and Mr. Robinson, and taken up with Mm as sucn. was The Herald has refrained from public crit- icism of his actions as a public offi- cial, fearing that 'the .public might- think the criticism was because of business -differences with him as one De knows that a real live, business- like commission would employ none tiut capable officials to look after the administration, and twenty-five Hundred dollar jobs are scarce. A sample .of how the secretary-Jreas urer treats the Herald from a news took place just the other day wnen he absolutely refused to allow the-reporter to get a resolution passed' by the Board of Health. He never has notified.the Herald of the meetings of the council, although he'j been requested to do so, and dur- ing ihe regime of-the late Mayor Hen- derson at least "was told to do so by the -nayor. He has rarely ceased in his .efforts to thwart the Herald in its Interested in a rival printing con- efforts to give the public the news of The Herald, as a public organ, public municipal matters. The Her- has tried to further the best interests of. the city, and if it can believe the general expression of pirblic opinion has been successful. As a public or- ald does not consider this attitude of a public pfHcJal to he right or in keep- ing" with" the wishes of (he public wnom he is supposed to serve. O'JR POINT-OF VIEW The way. jhe rain and snow co at most opportune times thifl shows that Providence is good to own people. "VThe stenographer that takes, down and writes out longhand all that, "the say at cour.cil meetings, earn the two dollars paid for that A v. LUXURY BUT A NECESSITY A Hot Water Bottle in the house is ao -averyHay comfort and convenience besides -a safeguard against .much of the sickness that' comes with' cold weather. We have just received a big shipment, fresh from .the.fac- tory. These" are 'guaranteed for 2 years. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Satisfactory Drug Start Acadia Block. Redpath St. ,Day and Night Phone 661 Night Bell The The Picture he win -be in Ledibridge in .the course of the coming week or two'. No lo- cal officials, however, have received any intimation as to what day'he will be here, or how long he will stay off.- Sir Thomas Shaughnessey, presi- dent off the Canadian -Pacific railway and one of the great figures in the en- tire railroad world, was 57 .years old on the 6th inst. Sir Thomas was born in Milwaukee, on October 6, IS53. He began the battle of life on his own account when sixteen years .ol age. He entered railroad life in the_ pur- chasing department of the Milwau- j kee and St. Paul road. His progress I was steady and rapid, and promotion {followed promotion. While with the Milwaukee road Shaughnessy met Van Home, and when the latter became general manager of the Canadian Pac- ific he sought to secure the services j of -Shaughnessey, who became general I purchasing agent for the company in 1S82. His rise from that point- was sure and uninterrupted. Optimism and tireless energy, combined with unique ability in railroad "manage- ment, were the keynotes of his- suc- cess. In 18SO he became assistant pres- ident and in 1891 a director of' the company. It was on J.une 12, that Mr. Shaughnesey became the company and the controlling genius of' the great road. In 1001 King Ed- ward VII. conferred on the president of the Canadian Pacific the honor of icnignthood. Lethbridge Iron Works [RON AJSTD BRASS FOUNDERS. MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, PHONE 3S2 BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 We have just received a-large- shipment of Int. Red-Sheet-Ku-'b'ber, Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing, Gaskets, and Valve Stern Packing. Steam Gaages, Injectors, Safety Valves, 1 Jenkins almost n'ew. 1 250 Horse Power E-obb Armstrong Engine.' f We have one large saw mill for sale complete or in- Write for description and-prices. CITY _ _ By investing in Pincher City Property. you. have a chance'. of making big profits out.. of a- small in- vestment. There is no doubt but that' this property will advance in value rapidly, is the opinion of 'many who have investigated the future prospects of Pincher- City. do not ask you to invest' you" in- vestigate for yourself, and then follow your best-Judgment :as to .'whether you think it is a: good .'place' to invest in or not. You can make the investigation at our expense, if you arc interested. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OT7 BLOCK V ;