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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTOGK HERALD Thursday, October 27, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EC DECEMBER 1OO7 oy the Lethbride? Herald Publishing: Co., Ltd., even- lawful "at its office, f" bb Leihbridge, Alberta, Canada AXD EDITOR PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job-. Depts. W..A. BU Wnen past tne post a'e same direction. j Iails on the ball> feller ioenind mm falls on him. Then all the spec-' The Tariff Reformers of England silout But-try as pretend to be we'll sati-sfied with the condition of Canadian sentiment they tind when visitig this country. The; rree Traders profess -to be equally as' well satisfied. Caada is very obliging, inaeed. tney couidn't bust Our "Ajje Ridden Oid Hulks" (Chicago Tribune.) We have endeavored from time to _ T, j T, j Wine to in-form such readers as depend By all means let tne Board or Trade on department of Tbe get busy inntmsthe.party of business Tr.buii-e sporting intelli- men from Port Arthur who are going SNAPS 50x125 feet corner Ernest and Charles sts., cash 50x125 ft, on London Road, near Westminster, 46x125 feet on Dufferin facing north, lots of trees; splendid homesite, WANTED-Small house close in, which or will handle; balance easy payments. Two or three room house will suffice. Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 J BETTER PROVISION FOR COMPULSORY EDUCATION IE PROVINCIAL Deparment of attending schooL The new law tour the West. Tie word of the .Kdu-cation. is going to have the the government proposes to pass and; men at the gateway to the West will 1 law fixed so. that the school 'boards cstn appoint a truancy -officer.] wnich has received the approval of re- presentatives of -the city school boards and will have a gocfti truancy lavr to I makes better provision for the enforce eniorce. There -Kill not be much time I meat of attendance at school. It -will jgo a long way in preparing incomers frf% rn i-rilc. mt-tr OT1.TI for their sporting Park and on, the west side of j We also have offered explan to come to this city district. A man. who owns a firearm of any 'inability of aur esteemed fellow towns-, men, led hy Mr: Chance, to be up and! doing as el'fectivelv as Mr. Mack's' lost" by the local school'board as soon; be.- much, more effective than the old sort should be required to take out as the" anthority and law are given to Jaw, and as a result there will be few-i annual license, and there be a In tnese later otienugs get both working. It will doubtless' er children: working in stores and ;neavr penalty for not doing The Je a mean more crowding of ohe schools, i shops who ought to- be at school, f ott'icers of the law should have the .e 5 .5 bat the board recognizes its duty to! raere will be fewer -truants and hence j power to call at anj house or on any- 't0 aild to Ule jmx> but mey see that as far as possible every child; fewer delinquents, for truancy and ce- j person having a license to see that of school age in the school district "-inguency go hand in hand. There j lie is k shall have the best possible education. The present law is so unsatisfactory will be more regular attedance at school, fewer worried -parents and dis- keeping the weapon according to that it Is almost impossible to enforce j couraged teachers. --Compulsory edu- IL There are so many loopholes tends to a better educated peo- aimost any child can be excused from pie. and hence a better citizenship. CHURCHES AND LIBERTY OF THOUGHT HAVE BEEN numerous? :Qis of '.nusine'ss, or the man Jaw. It is to the create of the people and police of Lethbridge district that it ere not satisfactory. We now are pre- pared to .present the real and. author- j ized reasons .for misfortunes of .ourj -ttopes, and we do so in advance of the last sad rites ot this afternoon. It is a lamentable instance of! south saluting Age. _ These.revered; old wrecks of ours who were able toj ihe National league' nas passed all 'through the supposed and woolly stage without having a nsaging take place. It remained for ,vide the first cliase -and are totter-; ing on their last legs, staggering as- i the lusty youth "on Mr. Slack's pay-roll j wallop them thigh. The ex-; of y oi city. A Saskatchewan hotel keeper says that the present local option move-, I gatherings of church legislative1 is sure of on education bodies in Canada durins the'11 matters, or the man who has .con- past year, and in almost all of them i in his theories of science has _ ;no fear of any attack that may be question of freedom of teaching, made_ K.he ,is it is Ms own j _ on the part of their ministers and pro; to be and is .not- ent wil1 iave the desirable effect of'-- lessors has come np for .consideration, j wise if he' refuses to' see the light that In almost every case the cause oE free is shown him. .So it should be in mat- dom thought and teaching has pre-, ters of religion and theology. The vailed. The men.of to-day are who because of higher tnat it is impossible to make ail men i crticism (in ..the. narrow sense in tnink alike, and -that there is no use wnich they understand it) show a lack trying to make absolute uniformity of faith in their "own. "religion. It can tnougnt and teaching. As long as not .be assumed that men alrea-dy one man differs from another so long' fcnow all there is to know of the perts have made this fact plain to our eyes. Tnere is- oid-Mordecai Brown sway-j g under the burden of 34 years, mum J-W AAW >_.._. I According to the reports of through toothless gums as j travellers, there are dots Pltctes to youngsters, that should be classed'as weeds. wio for hairs. It ______ was not always thus. When Mordecai And bv the wav, when are the mm- onl-r 32 no one treated Ws curvesj iciDal lessons on'the commission fomTand fast ones Then! ot" municipal government going to mere" ls old John start? It would be well to start some Anns' 'tottering along with 35 years Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future, it will be the choicest part of the city. 20.00 down and 10.uu a Without Interest and Without Taxes Price to PER LOT For full information, call or address P. O. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 will their thoughts and opinions dif-; Christian religion, its Divine Found- ler. The progress of the world would er. and its inspired Word. It is jnst stop if men who had ideas that dif- possible .that in the multiplicity of new lered from those of their fellows fail-1 teachings and advanced thoughts that ed to express and uphold 'them. It I the wise 'and 'otherwise are putting is as true in religious matters as it is lorth, there may he a great deal of in finance, in politics, in education or' error. Bac even if it were all error, in science. In every line of thought; wfiile God" is'God, while Jesus Christ men bring out new ideas which soon is the founder, of .the. Christian church, become nothing but exploded theories.) while the Bible is the Word of God, Tne practical test or the deeper in-i such as Christians-believe, it could not) sight of a keener mind shows the the _foundacipii of that relig- municipal night schools for the edli- OQ his Frank Chance cation of "the electors on 'this very p- L-> _ iTha n portant matter, on which they have i to pass an examination in a. few weeks age of baseball at effort of age Cannot Forget (Toronto Telegram.) Ur. Crippen is being tried before tot overcome its shall we say of who at 30 ougnt to he sitting with his slippers. on and at the fireplace? Or of Harry, bteimeld't, cavorting around third i base in spite of-iis. 34 years? Or of: John A. with the rhenma-} tism of old age in. his 32-year-old south' laV delivery? j ought to he ashamed which meets all tests and answers all is, through men whom the world criticism. It sometimes takes years to establish it. But if no new or ad- vanced ideas and thoughts were giv- would not receive nor believe, the greatest of whom was Christ Himself. The religious bodies of Canada are en any opportunity for being discuss-j showing the real Christian spirit by ed or.worked out in practical life, allowing the fullest liberty of thougbi wbere would the world's progress be? I and expression in the ranks of their A man who believes in wisdom of j ministers and teachers. PROTECTION AND THE COST OF LIVING rpEIE ADVOCATES of protection by You tesl tbe steak witl1 a fork tar' I a high tariff are fond of telling ln'taxed on a Drying scale, but by how protection makes the tariff law it must never be less eigner pay, and they are Per Forks, 40 per cent to resent the accusation their j or niore. system of tariff arrangement makes i You with a knife that may tne cost of living higher. Much has'ff must nerer less tnan 40 "er cent. Been written and spoken on the mat-' i It rests in state on a platter tariff- ter and tne general demand for a; 55 Jer cen. lowering of the tariff, not onlv' in Canada and the United States! but! u has 3ust left is :ariff- practically all over 'the world cent, protection to some degree or other i Tae dab of melted butter is tariff- exists is the mandate coming from Ilaxed 6 cents a Pound, the people as a result of their study i Kven the peeper is taxed one-fifth of the of their esperi- j of a penny an ounce. ence- j The Worcestershire sauce is tariff- THe situation in the United taxed -10 per cent, owing to the workings of the Payne- j Tne prepared mustard is taxed five- Atarich tariff, has resulted in a wide-; eighths of a penny an ounce spread movement for a lower tariff! The celerv per cent ordin- and the governmen; has appointed a j ary on Qf ftp J commission to investigate the relation ]f .hor_ ig berween the tariff and the Cc.t of llv- ,s cents c eese KL ing. The New lork World published a verv unresting loi of hints for the! ine pickles are 40 per commission to consider which put or Me oni0li aJso 40 Per natter very aptlv. While the ttle apple sauce' 35 Per cem- are'not th'e same in Canada bv 2ddilion one penn-v a means, thev do .apply to the situation l 'bautcller who sold the -tnat'would obtain were the High-as- hls share of to bear. Haman-s-gallows tariff advocates to He bas carved Ttis steak from a nave their way in Canada. These are'ter of beel wnh a knife med 40 the hints the World gives the com- mission: A 'beefsteak raw is tariff-taxed 1 cents a pound, poultry 5 cents a pound and chops or cutlets 10 per cent. The steak is cooked on a broiler tar- iff-taxed'40 per cent., or in a frying- pan fa barbarous of tile back- and the frying-pan is taxed We Know (Medicine Hat Titces.) Lethbridge certainly knows how to treat her visitors. The delegates at the press convention last week left tiiat city with a warm spot in their hearts for the Lethbridge Board of Trade and the citizens in general. In the Public Eye LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR OF. NOVA SCOTIA Boosting Us Now (Calgary AJbertan.) The city of Lethbridge has about Hon. J. D. McGregor, the newly ap- pointed governor, was born at New U-iassow, N. S., on September and is a son of Roderick McGregor, and a grandson of the late Rev. Jas. i f Get Your Christmas Presents At Our Unreserved AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY Commencing Saturday, October 29 61. H. Roseborough 0 _ MANUFACTURING REPAIRER AND HAND ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY rnUNe 494 two score and ten new .boosters wn-io was the pioneer minis- ughont West. Probably, it hasjter Eastern Nova Scotia, coining many, many times that number, but ritere in lQe 17S6> wlien work it converted the U-o score and ten done under so many difficulties 40 per cent. .His butcher's cleaver has been tax- ed peril more, but by the law nev- er less than 40 per cent. The -wooden chopping-block on wnich it was trimmed 'is tariff-taxed 35 per -cent. It is weighed on scales tariff-taxed 45 per cent. It is wrapped 'up to be "delivered jr. I TUCK'S SAMPLE BOOK CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS RECEIVED TODAY THF DKLG BOOK Satisfactory Drug Acaaii 6'oc-v. rtertpatr. si Da> ana Pnonc 66fc 3cll fvicCREADY Tne SAGE The Picture Frnmer. j paper tariff-taxed 35 per cent (that ministerial duties required little 'Short of heroism for their accomplish- ment. Hon. 'Mr. McGregor has been in the public eye more or less since he was a young man. but particularly since ilsOO, when he ran for 'the House of 1 sJomir.ons. Twice he has been elected to the Legislative Assembly, twice he has been called upon to accept the office of mayor of New Glasgow, and as the senior partner in the firms- of R. McGregor Sons, and J. D. and A. McGregor, is a prominent figure in commercial as well as in political circles. His business is that of a lum- ber merchant and but he lias, also found tide to assume -a dir- ectorship in the Nova Scotia Sieel and <-oal Co., Ltd. Kis appointment to the Senate came in April, 1903. when he filled the place by the .late Mr Carmichael had resig-ned. His political vjews arc Liberal in both the literal and arty sense of the word In religious matters, Mr McGregor, follows, natur- ally. in the steps of his grandfather, adhering to the Presbyierian church. Senator McGregor has been twice mav-icd in 1S67 to McCol! wfco died in 1801: and to Roberta Rid- iey, of Peterborough, in 1894. The figures for show thnt therf were 464 universities, colleges and technical scuools in the United Jf states OillS IKON AND BRASS FOTJXDEKS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, AXD BOILE11MAKEBS PHONE 332 BARONESS HOAD DRAWEE 3010 We have just received a large shipment of Int. Red Sheet Rubber, Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water Packing, Lead Packing, Caskets, and Vahre Stem Packing. Steam Ohiages. Injectors, Safety Valves. Y Valves. 1 Jenkins Automatic Engine, almost new. 1 250 Horse Power Robb Armstrong Engine. We have one- large saw mill for sa'e complete or .in part. Write for description and prices. FOR acres garden land close in, reasonable. FOR garden land close to the city in 10 and 20 acre plots. lots in the North Ward, wel! located a: a bargain. FOR SALE OR modern seven roomed houses in the Duff Addition. Will sell on good terms. Would consider vacant lots in the city iu exchange. HNCtiER CITY LOTS FOR money mak ets. GALVIN-KATFIELD CO. PHONE OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT BLOCK ;