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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD October HERALD DECEMBER T Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful at its office, Crabb Street; Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHANAN, MANAGING IJIBECTOB AND EDITOR PHONE: .editorial, Reportorial, and News Dept I year, delivered 6 months, 3 months, 1 month, deliverer.......35c PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Dcpts. 1224 1 year, by mail 6 months, fey 3 by mall.......S5c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be sri WEEKLY HERALD Published every .Wednesday in eight or more paees, and eon-tains a summary s of the news of the week, local and district. 1 year, in 3 months, in advance___50c C months, in advance___75c THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug Book Store, J. G. Robert- ,..-son Johnston Jack- "son. Alexandra Hotel, Peo- plt-s" Drug Srore. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J, Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug "Book Co.- Fernie, B. BoaL L. Grassy Tugham.- Diamond D'Arc's Drug Store. Medicine M. Northain Vancouver. B. Wide News Co. Brown 219 4th St, Also on all C. P. R. trains. From Other Sanctums lOur Qpen-Hahded Hospitality' Advertiser.) Tne" Alberta- Press wnose membership includes all the. pnncipal newspapers, daily and week ly, published in c'ais province and east- ern British Columbia, held its annual convention hi Lethbridge last week. 'The newspaper men enjoyed them- j selves, and appreciated to the full the openhanded hospitality extended by the city of Lethbridge. affair was not all holiday making. The con- vention was pre-eminently a 'business aitair and the publishers and editors of newspapers from such widely sep- arated points as Fort Saskatchewan on North and Warner on the South joined, in practical discussion i I of matters pertaining -to the printing i and publishing business. V? i tHe lie ..answered, "and I know] whyN-ou formed'tiie "prejudice. J the contribution plate for two years in. Jtiverybody's r -THROUGH THE BLUE GOGGLES HALLOW-E'EN M OXDAY NIGHT is Hallowe'en. Whatever may have been the origin .of the celebration, to the great -majority of people it signifies a time when gates are removed, small Buildings overturned, rigs carted away general racket kicked up and vari- ous depredations perpetrated. Pum- pkin ghosts and taffy-pulls rare minor .incidents In the celebra- But that Is not as it should be. The average boy who lias not been taught Setter, regards1 the night as a time ,.wnen all. law and order is supended Lsthhridge, a. Wonderful City (Fouoka -Herald.) Occasionally one hears the north country held up to the disparagement of the south, and vice versa, but let us tell our readers to cast aside -the idea, it's a delusion. The looks good to us; the south, not better, but certainly not combined constitute a province that is becom- ing the envy of the'.world.- As time on. and the west becomes more and more developed, it will be found Alberta takes the. lead in agri- fill 1_ cm? ELjbici that in population, it will 'become the jnub of the Dominion. If this should be disputed, we ad- (vise the doubting.ones to visit the memorial to disabuse the younthiulnortll colmtry. a look at the mind of this mistake, and it is .Relieved with some success, for it must >be ad- mitted that as a rule conditions axe oetter than they used to be in this re-- gard. But there is room for improve- ment yet. Eowydism'is no more excusable on Hallowe'en than" any other and cities of -Edmonton, and Journey south and see what" is do- ing in the mixed farming districts o, -the central parcsl Spend a time'in. .the busy city of Calgary, and" then south The last time I "wrote on mat this .column, I mentioned th fact that several had ask ed who paid the difference in the con tract price and the actual cost of put ting, in the new galleries at the power plant, and. suggested -that the counci would So well to submit a detailed statement showing the actual tota cost of the new power and pump house and plant. On the following, day Engineer Arnold, referring to 'the mark, declared to a reporter of the Herald that "it was none of the pecs pie's lie contended tnat it "was the con tactor's business and no else'a. Tie people will be glad to be re-as- sured that -they have not to foot the bin. but thev certainly will not like the engineer's methods of telling them so. The remark savors very much of the one once made by a certain fam- ous American financier. The whole trouble with two or three" of Leth- bridge's leading city officials is 'that in their minds, nothing is the people's a-----a (business, but the. paying of North Lethbridge at last has attain- the brilliancy it so long has .sought, 'lie new arc lights along street North, or as it is perhaps still more, familiarly Known, w-ere_ cut In this week, and' Aorta Lethbridge's main business street, now knows darkness It seems to me thai: the north" side this tnr.oug.il the rich; prairie country Tear has secured a very large slice of numberless grain .elevators -dot the railroad, and the thriving towns the youth of the .country should be such marked evidence of prosper- made to learn .this. The wanton- des-, to the city of .-Lethbridge. traction of property and the disturb- ance of the peace of the community must no: be tolerated even, on Hallow- e'en. '.There are plenty of legitimate of having good Hallowe'en a wonderful city! Magnificent .build- ings, broad, well ;laid. a bustle of business going..on "'from morning to night; a people.for kind- ness and hospitality -that cannot be j_ u.jj.u. -tiia.1- uc W celebration without radulging in such surpassed. Lethbridge ingoing ahead, the deprecations ne can. TheTpolice tactics- as cause' losssand annoyance have endearored from, almost time im- to others. VT- the local, improvements that have been carried put, I may be wrong, but 'I cannot quite ;agree with those who de- ciare" that Frayne has not -repre- sented the section of the city from waich he elected as well as he COMMISSION' ON TECHNICAL -EDUCATION N A FEW WEEKS the Commis- iroval assistance" of the Provtn- j-i in jjjjixo WJ-tS I' Lilt; A TU VXH" sion on technical education will J cjal authorities, in all the provinces visit this 'city to -take what evi-J which they worked. etence they can get which" will: en'abT t T in- Perfect harmony with :theni to make a. report on the matter -vr to the federal government and prov- e 3re and at a surprising rate.-i'Sce simply cannot help it With suenVagricuItur- wealth: the'toun- might have done. He may- not always have been on his hind legs belly-acih- ingr as some would have him 'do, but he has obtained more for them by dip- lomacy standing in with his i'ellow alderMen than a man. who roar- ed like a 'bay; steer all. the. time .would for jcitji-her people ever Andlthat is what he .a're optimistic SPhey cannot help stares them in the face. Let Lethbridge flourish, is our "sen- in "members' Conserra-tioa Commis-. tne-Fress Association ascertaining where, j eastern British. Columbia will join in is ,at, at present. In our Indus-, unison, exclaiming "RightI" x airs." he went' .Chairman during a re- cent visit to an eastern city described th'e aims of the Commission brieflv. were goins about- not onlv the he a Titan at 'the' head-of a large industry and ask Mm how he became qualified for his position, how he'rose froirTtne' ranks, and if he had it to do over az- Always Going Down _ (Chicago Tribune.) counsels was se'nt to council'for. SNAPS 7 room house, modern, near in, easy terms, or for rent at per month 7 room house on Burdett, easy terms 50x125 on Argyle Avenue, near Westminster, facing south Dandy lots on MacDuff Street, sewer and water, close in, each, quarter cash, bal 6, 9 and 12 months 48x125 on Dufferin, Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbridge Hotel Block Phone 1212 Chief Justice Harvey's decision in case of Detective-Sergeant Egan, was charget- with. ..shooting and a or two i'ago when" in "the restricted sec- was a complete exoneration of aKJcomplete yln- jpossY ble.. It was clear to all" who heard the that f of the at it might -be learned'how others iv be .helped to succeed as he'1 "has and women, they em- j succeeded: m. the Milwaukee Journal, "for -Shoot to kiD so row the prices will be hifeher.'r js tendon of wounding, and that if the. getting the information first hand as a Dominion Commission, doing a Dom- inion work, without encroachin how they think they and their sons might be helped." The rural question so much as a shadow of the recogniz ed or supposed rights of any province, with the healthy co-operation, ap- upon the qualifying and training of bovs and girls on the farms to make them usetul and profitable in their vocation was also being dealt with." NATIONAL THANKSGIVING' -MORE the day of-national trade of the country has increased! the stuff t going "up? Side Lights See for Yourscl' (Scottish -American.) At a Scotsh village a newly married couple church, a named Sandyl After fol- were returning-, home from and following, them close was thanksgiving comes round. On Monday the people of Canada Industries have flour- will observe as a holiday the day lSlied? and llie resources of the coun- apart by the government "for returns 'been has tnanks to a beneficent and generous I ple3ltirul and Good irovidence for the abounding pros'- produce of aU perity with which the country has iprevaaled al1 over-the coountry. ceen blessed during the past year. the realms, of dollars and Taking the country as a whole, it i has prospered. The .has been prosperous. There are Iputllic health has been good, no plagu- parts that had less than their usual Ies' Pestilences nor epidemics liavin while others had a greater airiicted the people. Xo verv srreat iowing them about .a. quarter of a mile sandy says, "Man, Will, Jean's as tall as you. "Tuts, get awa' man, says nor seein' richt." weel, says Sandy, 'come back and see for "mere were introductions all around Tne big man stared in a puzzled way at the club guest. "You look like a man Fve seen some lice officers in this man's land have a j hard enough row to hoe as it is. There I in Lethbridge. been, of late, far) too much taking advantage of officers of 'the law. .There have been numer- ous cases of otherwise respectable cit- Jizens imbibing too much fire water, creating disturbances, and then, be- cause they Imagine they are especial- ly respectable people, or have a pull "with someone or other, defy the police officers to Interfere or say a word to wnere, 3lr. he said. "Yourj face seems familiar. I fancy you have a double. -And a funny thing about ir tnem. The incident just closed should share than usual. In the list of places i Ca-amalles have come upon any con- had less of material prosperity! Siaerabls number of people, although. tnan usual Is apart of Southern Al- j sonie have suffered from fires iberta. The drought came hard on a i educational and religious mat- is tiiat remember I formed a strong sood many, especially the homestead- ters. so important to the interests ers. But the crop has proved to be citizenship, the people have than was expected, and on the aade progress, there having [never met." m Hl- whole the situauon has proves that ['been a very considerable awak-nin-l The little zuest softly laughel "I'm ms nie' tO tly and Jt- Uie: seeming setbacks given a place of the people along these lines. prejudice against the iran wao I'm quite sure, we serve as a wholesome lesson to the smart Alecs so disposed. A police of- ficer is where he is, to do his duty ir- respective of persons. If a serious crime is being- committed, it is his bounden duty, even at the hazard of rTlV save resulted in the order of Provi-1 heart, the kindiTer hand" have-' cence m a considerable measure of j In evidence. Unfortunate condi- sood. In many respects, while the j tioQs have been amediorated and the partial crop failure has been hard on I spirit of brotherhood has entered incividuals, it has been good for the j ly into the hearts of the people of i community. The remarkably favor- j j iidence of those who were somewhat ic. nearts of Canadians throughoat the! ifftn and breadth of the land will go] n r in praise and thanksaivjn" to the Sood jear in matenal matters. The j God .-roar whom all How tnscouraged. country as a whole has praise and thanksgivin- to OUR POINT OF VIEW real estate has awaken- ed up from its summer rest and holi- Cay, and is on the move again. How about that commission form of government? The time is gerting close when you will have to express an opinion on the If you have not got an opinion on the commission form of government. It is time you were getting busy form- ing, one. As paying taxes is hardly a matter for Thanksgiving; and as it is no Hal- lowe-eii Joke; -the city' authorities nave decided to pass up that day as -a tax-collecting- day, and have pass- ed it on to Tuesday. Tuesday will be I the day. I Count your mercies, and be thank- j on Monday and all' the time. j Parents should make it a point to see that their children observe Hallow e'en according to law. if they do'not I they may have to put up tho price of tne fun in the police court. time-of pumpkin pies and pum- pKin lanterns is at hand. The crop of alderraanic candidates is small, but is steadily growing. The citizens should ge; busy and see to it i that they have a good bunch lo choose rrom. The mayor of Fernie has learr.ee1. that one of the penalties of having the honor of public office is to lose a certain amount of business. Honors i come expensive sometimes. TUCK'S SAMPLE BOOK CHRISTMAS GREETING RECEIVED TODAY THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. Safe Satisfactory Drug Store Acadia Block, Rcapath St. Day and Night Phone 551 Night Bell Picture Framer, Considerable .bitterness, and a num- ber of irrelevant, and as it turned out, j false hints concerning Egan were in- j jected into the case by the prosecu- tion. It did not seem altogether fair that the city solicitor, who should j .have been defending a city employee I in the execution of his duty, I as Crown prosecutor, be found work- jing tooth and nail and with such ex- traordinary energy, to convict him, the employee having to pay his own coun- sel. immediately after the shooting oc- curred, Dect. Egan, at his own request, rcas suspended until investigation was over: consequently he has lost j (two months' or more wages. He also j had to pay his own costs in the case. j running probably Into the hundreds of i dollars. It has -turned out that he-was only doing what he was sworn to do wnen he took his oath as a police of- ncer. it would not be fair, then, if for tais he was to lose his job. It is i only right that he be reinstated, arid j it is to be '.loped that the chief of po- nee, the O'ty council, or whoever it i? I has the say-so in the matter, will see jthe justice of this being done. SPECTATOR. PECULIAR AND PERTINENT Ohio' mines a greater proportion of its coal by machinery than any other state. -j RNINGS Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It will be the choicest part of the city. down and a month v Withdut Interest and Without Taxes 'PER' For full information, call or address 111 P. C. Box 1979 Suite 115 Sherlock Building Phone 129 Milwaukee famous his foot, he -himself, himself alone, to Maine. It was "equally difficult for those who heard, the evidence to see how the officer, under the circum- stances, could have acted, any differ- ent than he To have run away for more help, as suggested. by the prosecution, could only have been aone with a .lessening of respect to- wards himself .and. to the law which he would have been raise to his oath as a constable. Po- Get Your Christmas Presents At 0) Unreserved AUCTION SALE OF JEWELRY Commencing Saturday, October 29 H. Roseborough MANUFACTURING REPAIRER AND HAND ENGRAVING A-SPECIALTY PHONE 494 hbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. IRON AB BRASS FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, BLACKSMITHS, PHONE 332 BARWESS ROAD DRAWER 3010 We have just receivs'd-a large sEipment of Int. Eed Sheet Rubber, Wire Inserted Asbestos, Water ..Packing, Lead Packing, Gaskets, and Valve Stem Packing. Steam Guages, Injectors, Safety Valves, Y Valves; 1 Jenkins Automatic almost new.v 1 250 Horse Power Ptobb Armstrong Engine. v-? O We have one large saw mill for sa-e complete or in part. Write for descrip tion 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, well located at a bargain. .FOR SALE QR modern seven roomed houses in the Duff Addition. Will sell on "ood Would consider vacant lots in the city in exchange. PINCHER CITY LOTS F01. money mak GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE T42S OFFICE ROOM 1 CTT BLOCK ;