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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DKCKMBKK ------j.by the Lethbridfre HtraM Publithinf Co., wry lawftf eveaing at Us office, Crabb street, Lethbriift, Alberta, Canada W. BUOEAN.AN, MANAGING AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Rtportorial, and Dcpt. 1032 delivered.......54.00 months, delivered.....12.00 3 months, I month, delivered.......35c DAILY SUBSCRIPTION KATES, Advtrtifing Circulation and Job. 1224 by months, by sail......11.75 3 months., by mail.......I5c Addresses changed as often as desired, 'but froth, new and old addresses must be given. WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or moro aad con-tainj a summarys of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in t, in.adyanct months, in advance ...75c it will take month to explain happened to Chance's baseball mmcmne, tnat in, if tie hopes tnat Chicago will win are not realized. four straight The libel law is something that all newspaper men would prefer to have their knowledge confined to the theo retlcal side. Practical experience not at all desirable. An authority says that will supplant steam trains as conveyors of freight. There will -be some improvement in some roads be- fore that comes to pass. From Other Sanctums CTOM Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- soil Co., Johnston Jade- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., H. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. MitchaH, D. L. ilcCrea. Bros.. Drus Book Co, Ftrnit, B. THE DAILY HERALD FOB 3ALE AT Cranbrook, 8, 1- AtchJteon. Jj_ Gratty T.usham. Diamond D'Arc's Drug-Store; Mtdteine M. Northern B. -Wide -News -Co.- Brown SL., Also on all C. P. R. THE TIME of toe year is drawing Ajain when the -electors of "the city will .be called to express their opinions on men and matters. With too many their duty to tne municipality is confined to their ac-; tions at this time. They get out and vote, and that is aU, and too many to not even do that. A. citizen's municipal duty lasts all tne year round. The citizen who would cast an Intelligent vote in Dec- ember .must follow the affairs of the municipality ail the year through. Carious problems which come up 'be- fore council and through them Before the people should be carefully considered and studied. No one is teaily in -a position to support or op- any member of the -council" un- he has given careful thought to the matters which, he has legislated upon or administered. duty of every citizen is, if DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP 'Then a citizen has a further duty in qualifying himself for office. If a man has any.ability whatever, he nev- er. when may deem him worthy of municipal nonor. and responsibility. _The office- seeker is :not a. desirable, person; and one does, aot: .go past the re- cords municipal, elec- fcons beautifully they -get turned'down. So they should be. .If a man -has a. great mission to fulfil, his fellow-rcitizeas- will -soon recognize, it and want to put Mm in office. If a .man.can.poMlbly -spare the time and energy necessary to.a fulfilment of tne duties office." he should esteem it his duty to respond to the call-.of his fellow citizens. As the municipal election draws it is every-citizen's duty, if pos- sible, to attend., the public meetings leld for the discussidn of public af- fairs. As a rule' such meetings do not get the support they should from Y, M. C. A. m Macieod (Macieod Advertiser.) Tne C. K R. recognizes the import- ance of Macieod as a railroad center, wnen it proposes to establish a branch of the Railway Y. M. C. A. here, and to erect one of its fine oaHOings. With" eight freights a day on the C. E. to one on" the Crow's -Nest line.there is no doubt as to wnere the real divisional point is loc- ated, even if the official title is" with- held lor a season. It is the duty of the town to lend all the assistance In its power to this undertaking. Patronize "Madt Jh (Peterobro Examiner.) Tne Ottawa Free Press says: "Sir James the only true 'Saviour of the travels" home via New Was not a Canadian steamer good enough for The point is One has aeen with regret records of even Lib- eral Canadian Cabinet Ministers tak- ing steamer from-'New York to cross the ocean. A Canadian public especially one with ministerial respon siDiiity, snouio. charter a Canadian Should speak, out-under the present circumstances, and as no one else hat spoicen, the burden is laid upon me. it's about -Mexico. Don't you think Mr. JSditor, that' newspapers shoulc be very careful in choosing the repre sentauves which they sent to far- away lands like that? Ponder, sir. the temptations which will beset thei pains; especially the path of some young and' thoughtless person who has not prepared himself for the fray All he goes to this for- 1 have been reading letters from the press Friday, October country, some of the party wnich has teen touring Mexico so For Sale lisning- smack to cross the.Atlantic, and anxiety. and 1 confess that I have done with tremblings and regret. "Will you forgive me if I show how. fiiaiousiy the corruption of .the South creeps into the trusting minds of these casual visitors? I quote trom a. letter signed 'J. A. 1 would that I knew his name, in order that I might'wrestle with him in-pri- vate: rpu buy all 'kinds of things, from. a gorgeous silk shawl, pncte of a millionaire haceiadado. to a "little stone God with an Ori- ental lace cut by some pagan arti- ficer tor some pre-liistoric Anahuac worshipper of the Sun before the pyramids were "built. "The question I wish to raise is not as to whether the little stone God was really manufactured in the Un- ited .States by some 'pagan artificer of 1910, but as to the propriety of young and impressionable .visitor, having idolrjvorship thrust in their This writer admits that -the party got into Aguaseallientes, and ex plains that it Is Spanish for 'hot wa- ter.' Again and again, each time more completely .fascinated, he writes or 'the meeting of dark and he talks Incessantly of having secur- ed 'mantillas and doilies and' sampl- ers and. two-hearted rings and alien- loosing garters.' I could read no lurther. i was overwhelmed with 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 handles, or will rent for per month to right party 50 x 125 on Ashmead near London. Price and terms upon application no other and better Canadian craft were available. He has no excuse for sailing from a Jtoreign port when he at all possible, to qnaliiy to vote and ee to it that .L-ethbridge citizens, and they have not oeen encouraged. But thev Saomii- discussion of it is the duty public matters is essential to an in- of the cmc officials-In charge of that, teliigent expression of opinion at the .work to exercise tne utmost diligence i polls.; has the choice of a hundred Canadian steamers, run by -half a dozen great Canadian lines, as swift, as sea-sure as commodious and as luxurious as any other country can boast can a "maker of hope to de- serve the name if he ignores- the "ma in Canada" ..principal? "Alas! The next letter was more alarming. I at once that the infatuation had not been broken: Side Lights to see that every, name is' on that ought to be, allowance must be made man the t0 .People nave been urged times with- out number to fulfil their duty of vot- ing, and it is likely they will require it seems A Gruesome Limerick A great fighter, alas and alack, Took life's count from a pistol's sharp crack. While it may be -a crime Un such subject to But If this one should It. that his own name is onjsible 'to set everybody and assume this duty. to recognize MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL'DEBENTURES seems to be a motion to put school aad municipal debentur- es on the same basis. Some time ago at a municipal convention the mstter was brought up, and a move made to have the school money 'by- SrDES there (tires. As'the arrangements are now, municipal debentures, bnng better prices than school debentures in the same city, while, the reverse should be true, as the school debentures have province behind laws voted on in same way as [which'the.money is .repaid, tne municipal by-laws. At a conven-j paiities are-allowed to tion of the school trustees of Alber-J them. The reason lies in the way in Munici- s. sink- ta the same subject was and a motion passed that discussed an effort pal Dy the time the tenn of the loan nas expired. The man who buvV iud.ii wiio ouvs m should be made to have the change aepentures gets his interest each vea mafta. especially m the case of city and tie whole principal at the and town schom districts. This w of the terin. When the schoo one of the tbim.s which was disc -ss- with the .Minister of Education at last week by a delegation city school of representatives of boards. And now, last come tne newspaper publishers asking that money by-laws be idrerrised and submitted to the people the as the municipal by-laws. There is no reason way the change not be made, especially in IOWDS and cities. In some rural com- ooard pays Its debentures, it pays the interest, and' a '.portion of the princi ma; pal back each year, so that the whole is paid at the end of the term. This method is a disadvantage, as the in not want his principal coming back to him In small pay- ments, lie makes the investment the idea of drawing the interest only and having the capital intact at the end of the term of the loan. He pay a higher price for debentures e .es where some class of settlers j that win allow this, and a lower price -.se of the expense or lack of r with educatioaU matters roigh; oppose the election of a jxnoo' district, the j.tpent law is a -oo-i By it the trustees are ed, and can money ne- cessary Tor fi-j creation of a sehuol without submitting it to a vote unless those that do .not. xnen, term of school de- Dentures is too short. Municipal de- bentures may extend over a period of as much as fifty years, while the lim- it for school debentures is thirty 3'ears. Any school that is -built as .B a for a iast tfiere is no occasion for such provis- ion in larger i citv Pie ought to a chance to vote on the school money by-laws the same as on municipal by-laws. Of course, in most cases it amounts to only theory, ago a few g vote on the Fleetwood School delTen- i ture, and got a petition signed by some forty ratepayers for a vote.- A vote was taken and of the forty who signed only tnree were interested en- ough to walk a few blocks to vote, and the by-law- passed almost unani- mouEJv But the prkiciple of submit- In 'Ontario, the _ schools being built in the older towns are replacing those built fifty and as Jong as seventy it is only right that the people who use the schools should pay their share of the cost In new provinces in years hence and popula- -jaw to a vote is right. C other ways in, which ijntures shouid be Vut on the nuch in 'excess to' be'carried fifty proportion to wealth that structures such as Central and Fleetwood schools of "is city will last for at least fiftv years as good serviceable The security i- gscd for that time and tne payment should a. municipal OUR POJNT OF VIEW while the" boosting is good. It as though Jim-Jefcfries and Chance could when tne world's championship Baseball is endeo. .Boost, the you; knock, and alone. world boosts you should knock cnance-a cubs seem to have age-' into bears and are forcing down the oasebau in Chicago Working a Cure Once there was a man wno made Me miserable for all be met by eter naliy Harping about his aches "and pains. He would discourse on the subject of his dyspepsia, and he wo'uld almost interrupt "a' religious service to tell of his rheumatism. It he had a stitch in his side lie had to pester nis friends with itr and a headache .him make everyone unhappy. At last a young woman, to whom tne man applied for sympathy cured nim of all hiss. ailments. When ie was in tne midst of a catalogue of his sufferings she said sweetly; "Yes, it is strange how many of tnese things afflict a. man as he 'be- gins to grow old." That man never had. a symptom af- ter ONE ON J. A. M. Of late the editor of the Toronto Dr. J. A. Macdonald, has been contributing a series af articles to paper ?ibout the trip of a press "The nigtit came down when ourj press party left the city of the deli-' cate drawnworok and the senoritas! of tne shining eyes, "further on, i sadr the fervid ex- clamation Viva, M Sir, who j is this Viva? In the name of the out- j raged'youth of our land, I ask you.] vo-o is this Mexican 'person? Is ske j "it company men? And snould she be'allowed to sell them, all say tney got from her? "-faraon the .length of the epistle.! it is not trespass :uponj your space, but' the thought of the stone idols .and senoritas and tnat, no doubt, f 'alous Viva, has Deen a 'burden my ..soul; I feel 1 tnat- they -things that! make for righteousness." The West Has Gone (Nevada has put into effect an an- law.) mere ain't no West no more, Bill: you'd know the land. rney've built a dry goods store, Bill, wnere Peg Leg's, stand; rney've got some real police, Bill- Jest plain, brass-buttoned dubs, That aim to keep the peace, Bill, and carry polished ciubs. 'he good old days is gone. Bill; they- 've gone for certain sure. Here's wnat you kin bet on. Bill: There ain't no West no more. Bill. Bill party through Mexico. These articles nave provoked a reply from one who signs himself in the Toronto Star. "Presbyterian" says: "I feel compelled to write you. I that newspapers do. not like to have the public meddling with their Business, .but I think that someone TISDALE'S Famous Chocolate Creams The superior quality, smooth- ness and flavor places these chocolates in a class by them- selves as ;he most tasty and most wholesome confection ever produced. a small box and be convinced. A one-pound box means six- teen ounces of solid enjoy- ment and complete satisfac- tion. Sole agents for Lethbridge. THE RED.CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. fa ft SatUfactory Qrua Stora Block, Reap.th Day and Niflnt Pnont Bell Olsptnscr. Plcturt tay hack there in the East, Bill.! here folks kin break a law, he good oold times is ceased, e West has to taw. vny, Two-Tootn Jones is dead, he jest shot up a town, n' got cracked on the head, Bill, by someone name or. Brown, mat wore a silver star, Bill, an' nev- er rode a hoss. stay ngnt there where you are. Bin. tue.West is growm' moss. Tne faro game is ciosed. SiU; the lay ours done been burned, ever .nave supposed. Bill. 'twould fjQ be dunned if they ain't gota rule, Bili, mat roul- ette aoesn t go; it's liKe a-SuXiay school. ain't the West you know. An' worse tnan all the rest, wnatever would you UUDK? rieyji nang you in ttie Bill, To snootin1 of a Chmit! 'I'here ain't no West no more, just wipe It otr your map; Tnem cowboy clothes you wore, Bil the folks nei'e iiow would rap. j'i'ney punish you if you cuss. Bill they close the barn at night, An' you can't start no fuss. Bill, nor mix up in a fight. The good old days is gone, "ve gone for certain sure, Here's what you kin bet on, Bill: There ain't no West no more. Post. SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY keep still or fight. A woman's glory is her hair, jute is not hair. But if a friend does not impose on-you you should be satisfied. b'oys can't understand why dog? permitted to sleep in the par- lor. When people take general interes' in a and it isn't as shockin- as tney wisu. they add to it until r is sufficiently shocking to satisfy tnem. Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block Co, Phone 1212 Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It. will be the choicest part of the city. Without Interest and Without Taxes For full information, call or address P. CX Box 1979 Suite 11S Sherlock Building Phone 1291 'OF Being crowded for space, and having our fall stock of patterns ofa COULDN'T jewelry on its Stcck Gi Ricb- wav we are at compelled to B BETTER AT. DOUBLE THE PRICE. Ladies' fine selected leather hand bags, beautifully lined; with a natty outside design There are many other values. Up to Your Highest Ideal-ami down to yo.in- own price MANUFACTURING JEWEL.ER- -DIAMOND REPAIRER AND ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY PHONE 494 IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS.. MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AND BOILERMAKERS PHONE 332 BARONESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red Sheet Eubber Wire Insertea Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing Caskets and Valve Stem Packing. Steam .Guages, Injectors, Safety Valves. Y Valves 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Eobb Armstrong Engine We have one large saw mill for complete Write for description and prices. or part. PINCHER CITY By investing in Pincher City Property x-0u have a vestment. There is no doubt but that t who have investigated the future prospects restlgate for yourself, and then follow your in or no. You can make the PHONE 1425 big oui of a iS of many to invest you to- GALVIN-HATF1ELD CO. OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;