Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday. October 2Q.MOT2f LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABU8H1D DECEMBER 1907 Published by the tvenlna Its .We.. Sixth Street, Lethlinilgc, A _ _ W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE! Reportorlal And Department Managing Director T. W. OUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONE: Advertlslnn Circulation And Job must bo liven. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE .AT Cltrrinoi'm-o: U. llehwck. btcre; Kenny Diamond Mty i Co.; R. W. Drue Co.. Jlimliti-n. Vancouver, B. C.-World X BroTO Bros. Stroot. Drue B-..' C.P.R. .rain, i'ot stopto-p'ick and choose his terms in branding the rumor as 'absolutely llo statfil fuvther that any of the council v.lio ailvl'ca-ted lose no iimo IHIcli and temlcriiis Ills apolOBy." 'l ellibndue is no' to BO" IIS railway. Instead, It is going it t'or the pood of the s'ucl, a seek re-j money so llrtuly are tho t'I... m, wln eventually lo- convinced ot wisdom of op.iailiifc, t convinced ot "Isdum In the lax rate.' It'll liiis fianehi.-ie themselves. 'business for this city. ".lust Whore AM. Drown KOI Ins In-1 M Modi. known, bill it oiiBl" islble ftirinaiio year in .uvanc local and uisirii 3 m.mtlis in -advance 6 mouths So Fair Estimate of Roblin l ihVmemWv of the saskatchewa legislature who are campaigning ther itivonhliie and CANADIAN COU iiual that couuuends s trade policy, says: st tesimm is usually distinguish- rrcn i politician by the temperate- JH-SS ol His language and Mis elevaieil i tmudp towards public questions. For 'vMinpIe it is easy to distinguish be- the politicians and'the stales- who are speaking with Sir Wil: If rid Liurier on his tour through On- 4 They -are not all statesmen. foae 01 two of these leading Liberal OUR POINT OF VIEW Mberm has u iwsiotlli-c Wouldn't that st'alpyou. Teddv Roosevelt was VI years Sunday, and gunman. If violinist ami pianist 1S sironi: i" XortU Waterloo thai l'ad.M- wskf haired independent cjmlMati, Mian lilliHT. ouslit 10 win. "hipyard bribe of ForBffs. did deadlv work InScTcl City i" tho K'ca. eiicu It reduced the Ub ajorlty alincst In two. Senator .Tones of Washington DOTts that be sees a Tail victor sight. He must wearing a very optlmlsUc pair ot spectacles. The nest sreat event oil the calen- dar is the- U. S. elections. Here a, guessing that Woodrow Wilson will be on top of the heap. iiaim-tl bribes to Richelieu. 'That'Is llic'RoK- Tin- I'l'oswsslvo candidate for gov- ornor in Washington is charsed with having forced his wife to 'lake in sliiim. snuragetto e fur him. Two .men had llii-i-r birthdays tos-eWr and they arc the same ve too. Premier SKtoir was o Saturday and Theodore Itoosoveli u on Sunday. Hon. -Robert Rogers is to be minis- ter of public works at Ottawa. That will bring about the downfall of the DoJ'den government a little earlier. The Calgary Standard, now that Mr Monk has resigned, says that he was not a strong man. MOV to his nation the adjective supply luiusteu in describing his abiluws. T Chase Cnsgniin it is said refuse to join llordx-n government be ratine I'l'llefir-i- was a member of i, Can you blame ether people for treat ius the 1'osimaster General as a joke Th-i-n is much talk about the Otta "i-vertm-em restoring the stec bounties but tiu-.-e is not-a murmur, about the agricultural THE MDMDSECURltlES COMPANY OWKRS OF MORNH.G y 111 to-llShyriock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone adversely, hsjielittles the sreat pub position .which be occupUs. "en 1 accuses "these same legislators of 'o '-anizirig to debauch and bedevil' the electors of ilacdonald he falls to a low 'level indeed. It Sir Rod I ers the country needs and ivants. The weather man lias sustained bis rcpu- i tatiou and tire beautiful autumn days i are revelations to tbe delegates from the south. mond cannot restrain his tongue and lils belter for the public, life of -the Dominion if he ceased to take, an active part in it. Thoro are just as many -gentlemen m Yemenis of any Not to-bs Expsotcd (Chicago News) Pioneers in Egypt have succeeded i "using the sun's heat to generate .team but we all calinot go to Africa just to save money on the coal bill. judse of Sir Roumond -mier m his recent utterances con- the contrary Good er' ..eiuj. the federal contest in Mac-.thief, may. Jit. suitable for this belief from aiu'tbing in the'j Jinttl of anil there Is 30 lima ill the statement in the 'way oi in empty hyperbole. And this reputation meaus a great mere than what the -ivords in liun tlves convey. There is some- of a responsibility attached to Ofn tiller ot the soil to see that the jood name is preserved, and 'to use By what authority, ivo should like to know, were they submitted to this indignity? Tiiese men were in detention, it is true' but the detention was arbitrary cnil illegal. No actual charge had been preferred against them; and th-ay had had no trial. Yet. appar cntly their measurements have been Ddded to the records of the criminals kept in that establishment. This action by the authorities an Intolerable outrage upon the two men who were the victims of it. Ther (Grassy L-ane ought to be some means by which Congress proved a bigger thing thev c.in sccure adeuuate redress. uvnpfter! and i Toronto atar) -'his'-Sllfely-ei'OWti in importance more rapidly than this eastern yet i.he government is apparently determined that it shall have less" and 'less- repres-antation in the senate. Confirmation of- the ap- pointment of Messrs. Corby and-Oor- don suggests the following, striking comparison as to the distribution. Ontario 1S91 191- Western Ontario 10 I Tcroiuo...... Kastern Ontario.......... Xew Ontario Vacant.................-- If tire present vacancy in Kingston is tilled with an easterner, .the west only four senators, as com pared with thirteen from the east. Is such a division quite fair! The C. P, Arei; 'j Offering Laiids In tlithbridge District. Also 1 Bigger Than Expected (Grassy Lake Gazettel than tho general public expected and, shows the returns for eleven of unceasing labor in preparation and j advertising. It is a credit to Loth- 'bridge, to province, ami to Can- ada, and will give returns of inestim- able value as an advertisement of the country's resources. Il will not be remarkable if Alberta next spring has the greatest rush'of Immigration in the history of the province and the new comers will be the kind of farm- "fust -posr a Joke" JL------- At Very Moderate PrioBayable en Easy Terms For Full Particulars Apply J -Wilson fr Skeith Opp- Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343f cant made his way to the kitchen and found the head cook. "Thcro's the boss over there, said the galley chief, jerking his head in the. direction of the man washing dishes. "Don't kid said tho caller ell mo if yon want me or tell me if you don't. There's no use ringing in n dish -washer." The man at tho sink picked a stack of plates out of the water and let them fall to (he floor with a smash. he exclaimed, "tell me who von think the boss Post. Showed Who Was Boss 111 the window of a Clark street restaurant there was a sign which read: "Second ccok wanted." An appll- K won D Have almost thought convinced in -his own mind ttat municipal ownership was Hull'he a--money-making so strongly entrenched in the that the people of tire progres-. ilsive centres would repudiate all Thought or aran'.itiK jmato con 01 lion d franchise to us of con ctins anl t] iltllltv if that null imins'ot tin (I. tj 10, Hut it I! i 'rhimiiii, to IK nit cities tl ml IB raunifipil If that is the way he sizes the situa- tion, up. why should tile ratepayers of Mailicinc Hat take a different view o; il? The Herald does not believe that the p 01U ol I tilling II t contemplating giving mil op lite Muh a Tho lei on lor M n i th l Mfdicini b il f is tint th js tins at I life on, r, tli in mil Idmontoi in, I mil th ictii it lithbiidnc Ib pulliim i, cites tl nr i n ai mil 111 10 itwn in th uilli pio pi cm foi dulu i His' llrst.venfB oners Imiiiiirinl oil'l is to a feioup of pm m c ii il the riglit to n llILl ll tlie.t railw u in tint i One would not h IM. billet oil th t if a citj which tin KO out and mil i ffipliins.of inilu-ilrj to Imtu ill ir Ui-Ulto coucvrns there Hit should not liindoui Itho street railway Jumclii e to out llillo capitali-ils If their Is bright fiioiiRh lo itliiLt pinnti capitalists to locale pm ito tonceru thoie, and if it i! bikhl moiinli In jiiduc.o oastoin ciiltiliits 10 isk for the slrocl. lailnns .iain.lii'0 "lcm (lives then It is bri.ubt, onough for turn to build and operate tlieir own Sitioiil. mil m il l0' i nn ensti-m fapitalist will put mom'.' Jnto such an cntcrpitse h a-prollfon the; llrst.yenr's opera tun Ti st m this iimlli lion it nlisht b to si itsr that lid not ih a ill ol thHN CO. GrauuHlon Merchants, VVinnipcgand Lethbrldga Epeci il on ,ghen to consignments anb'Jirompt returns made of cars. Advances on all Hlluof Lading If desire tet prices by wire or 'phone. Office Asqulth ay'l Dominion Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Phm -1714. 1' 27S( Local I. P, ublic assume an r News, under Unfinished tli take over the ango Seiitine! purchased Mr. Hockcn L the late IS. M.P. Since president of Company an1 organ. air. JIocKe-; .of con' HOT... HB aL ff the 01 he Toronto l lot itv ciincll, Toronto's New Mayor (Toronto Globe') ilayor Horatio C. llockcn was born ..i Toronto 55 years nso, and has re- tided In ihe city ever since, with the exception of a year spent in St. Thomas. He was educated in t'.ie public schools of the city. When n young mail ho learned tho trade of a printer, and was an .apprentice In tin Globe ollicc in the timo.of the latc'JIr Gcorg-o Drown. lie became'I'c'rcinat of the 'priiUliiR department of the News a sliort time after the cxpini tion of his apprenticeship, .and wa foreman-for" In ho be BIIIIO nninicipal 'editor of lira News and about, two years later he wa promoted to the position of eil'.tor-iu chief of the News. He occupied til position seven years. Then he pll'l cliaK-oil the St. Thomas .loiirnal, an for a year conducted that paper. If returned from St. Thomas in lOtC t loaitloa on the illiisbn. He ro- m in 1105 to nent ot th-e Or- jubllcatiou wns 15 organized hy e-r-the death of exm nor and he has nel Publishing the Orange >Cted to tlva e firht time in of ver 'filectod to who had a tsnn in the -elected a eon- 'troller aiuI.lOOD. In. 1910 opposed George R. Geary for the mayoralty and was defeated. ..Mr. Hoc- ken WHS elected to the board of con- trol again in 1911.and 1912. In three contests for membership for the board of control JET. Hucken headed the poll, and in tho contest of 1H08 he nollcrt iitiOO morn votes than the next nearest contestant. Although be had no prev- ious experience as a, member of the city council when be .tirsl. ran for a conirollership, he had familiarized him s-3lf with mnniuipal afiairs in con- nection his newspaper he came to the council well equipped for public service. Mnyc-r llocken-is inarrieil, and lias two and two daughters. HAS INSTALLED SAFi DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR rleds> Mortgages, Insurance "Policies 01 aluabies in one of these boxes E.fl imT-'JtitZ INFORMATION AI'I'I.V TO Lethbridach C G. K, Nourse, Kfer.