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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta l THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY UERALD Friday, 19, 1913 LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER I9CT P'ibllihed by Lethbrldga Herjld Printing Co.. Ltd, every Jul evening at lit office, Sixth Strtet, Ulhbridae. Alberti, Cintdi. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE) Reporter I al And Newe 1224 A. Wanajl T. W. QUAYLG Mirijlng Edller JOHN TORRANCB Minigtr PHONEt And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 JOT J1-M 1 br mall 5 month.-. dsiiverM J3-00 6 months, by mall I tooths, Jeliverea H.CO a.iaonths. by mall 1 inontlj. delivered 3ie. 1 Monti, by null AiSdies-'ia chirrrt ai'oftea is b-jt both cliil bft files. J. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT -Red Cross DrJS Bros. 1. G. Rob- Vancouver Wide Woria Stop, Ofanwell Street....... Book Store; ertson Co.; Jactsoa 4 Co.; 'Alexandra Hotel; Pea- Store; Kenny Allln: Letbbrldso Hotel Claar Stand; Empress But- fef Luach. Diamond D'Arc. Medicine Hotel D. Mur> Phy Co.; Cranbroofc Boot Company. Xevs Coinpanr. Pir.ther ilcCres; liltchel] Dms Co........ -Avenue. Graiiy Lats Hotel. .Co- -hca N'era lloofc and N'ews Store. 109A Sth Are. News Oo. Plncher Slatlcn Edward .Read. Si. News Co. Knot den. News Co.. THE WEEKLY Ptb'Jshed sTerf in summary cl the cews of veeX. and district 1 year In adraLCa J1.0Q 6 months in advance We villages inlo closer relations with thc.ceuti-jl ciiv. -ami them feel that they nh? pyrl and parcel of so-fur as Coulhurst is nuu (410 hundred liutcs.uwaywiih regard to-the-time the: paper, lakes to reach it. This is a great drawback in the creation of thut'sentiment and interest which must be ilii important feature in all -policiH driifled out for tlic couverggiiis; of mulua linten-sls, ami for miking the different members feel lliul they are purl of the main body. The local posloftice is not to Munie, it is only following out regulations .seemingly" mapped out with the. iign of red tape, woven largo: into them. TUe remedy for.; seen ring what is eminently desirable lies in mi agitation in bringing before Ihe federal postal authoritiesthe deploriihld slate'of filings iis they now are, and urging for measures to overcome the present dis- abilities. have selected Coalhursl purely as an example whew, under the postal (irnmgemeuts, the Unking-up spirit is -militated against. What is said'of Coalhnrsl applies cqnnjly to'Kipp ami Diamond City and 'to oilier points." In the of: Kipp it could be placed in'postal coininunicalion in a few minules so fur as ilie dejivery of (he Herald Is-coiieeriied if the MAKING WAY FOR THE PANAMA CANAL jr. APPOINT A P.OLICE COMMISSION. IN THE PRESENT STAGE of events in police'circles we cannot but.repeal Ihe necessity have often "urged, of forming a '.police commission to appoint llic successor of this commission'is by no means an llic- members to find place on il so." A weekly Ibcjd'paper appears to be The Herald in referring true civic spirit, conla-l has in bringing about the linking-up process. And we re- peat that fnd'lilics'fbi''bringing the duily pafwr wjlhm quick and easy reach of lh? communities- outsWe-tHc. city Js a mamsprmp in the successfm-'Svprking out of the. policjummed at. lo.reai the city's paper'birtheilay it is issued briflfiing not only its gen- eral bul'stoVe'ami business news fresh to this wader, is a might) fnclor in Stimulating interest and forging clow relics. An.urgen reform is i_f remains for the pVsJjtl :aulhonUes.lo show good and sutjicieni reason why it should-nat-be carrieil.out OF striking' picture'showlns laborers wiping out the'tQ-wn of Oorgcnj, the largest In canal lene. jo for the Panama-Canal. It Is feared that the lowrnlte might be -ndanoered by the rising waters of, Laky Gatun. 'What Others Think LI i ui tiv-lJ _ f fi or ttfChief Davis! The fiive in the V. an original one, nor are HwilbTeap big dividends. jectti-thclr Etandardbearer. RIcDard or Hon. W., J. hurt in' lhat ;wc have robbed it of -the honor altaclicd lo a new tliscovery for remedying Ihcills which the system hitherto in vogue has brought in train. If we have lonched a leiitler, spot we regrel it. .'and have no desire.. to .rob the journal -of-' any of Ihe fame which il eunsitlers II looks as had 'as depriving Columbus .of Ihe glory of Ibi- West Indies. So we apologize. Sliil'we may add is one which in several other cities, and in applying il lo Lelhbridge.we .are only following prccedenl And'lh save all fulure would do municipal issue. -V Why.thc appoinling-of' Ilii- head of ..Ih'd police force should -be. a mailer for the people! more Ihanjbat .of the fire chief, the or_any other head of a it is dilli- _ Faith Will Live tToioalo Globe) iri effect Sir Oilier Lodge says .that sclenco may yet be able to prove the yhoutlnulty of personality after the death' o( the body. Even U science of uj v-ill go down into the valley. In the firm belief that death does -uot end all. Burnishing the Sword {Victoria Times) Thft Liberals of Columbia and Yale have nominated John and One thousand-cars of grain, arc.. h'cjng shipped out Alberta daily. Tha_t doesn't much like hard limes. The people are "coming Leliibridge-warilsfcighl: The ad- sncc agents are-pouring in spying out the IqnU. f 6f I happens to lead the govern- ment an election j-iVUI be no acclamations' awaiting them. They.navo had their last watk-OTer.. from New the Leth- n'dg'e district necdrf t worry. The iiew'cbrners 'are 'descended iiionecrfnB.siQfcKj'-. '.jOT, go: :j': bridge from big f (he 1 hanks- Little Robins in Their Nett; Cln't Agree (Toronto Telegram, Con.l It IE time Ontario bad a'MinlsEer of hEduCktlon'-- who to liiin4 his :o-jrn department.1': It1 Is: Ume I th'ai- this province hart' a Minister- ol Education.courageous enough to grap- wires yeslerdiy diet it was his death warrant? 1 hanks- ..-Ulh NUHSE MASSEUSK MANICURIST'1 "Gonnaught Beauty Parlors" Under the personal direclion of Mrs. A. H. Allen, late of Vancouver, li.C. Phone Mo' CONNAUGHT MANSIONS Suite 1 Eight EL W. KINGSTON TAILOR, 706 THIRD.'AVENUE SOUTH'. Revised Price List Grntknian't" Lltt FRENCH DRY. OLEANIrJG S2.00 Suits, plain ?2.0l 'Skirls, pleated BiV': SWrts. -Dresses Coats, long J2.00 AUeratlonB .1...... Z..' PRESSED ONLY- Suit3 .Boye" Suits Fancy -Vests sh'ort OtercoatE. long 'JI30- 42.00 "S'ulU Overcoats -Long Overcoats 2Sc. 7Sc. Jl.OO SkirtsT plain long -.'j'v.: Coats, short'-.... 51.00 We Can for and Return Goods Promptly giving, are apt io be lost sight of in uf the men for wilh M'lem. The Chief of Police is no! un 11 is not for him to f. do or undo, and have-things his own way independent of author- ily. Electing eoinmissioners for the purpose! of placing an in a a process-which has in it all the pnssihililies of milking them "amenable lo Ihe influence of the reactionaries." We do not believe these, are in a majority, but the method gives an opening for anything in the way of chance. solution to do away wilh .anything of a persona nature k-as'c tin- vacancy in the .hands of ;i-properly con- stiluli'd, nnprejudiccd aulhority who have to find-ils oflice hy supporling any particular individual whom considers a niajorily. favors. And tl mission under Ihe recognized lines. of callle short" this year. So. iCjlets down t'he bars'." But Canada happens to he a few thousand short loo. Now- jvatch'-the scramlile...-- Well, the Inst. Can't have perfect weather .all the. time. 'Fanners; are. further ahead now than .-they, were; pn 3cloher 1 a year ago, sq.'no one should grumble. Jlr. Tracy'is grjing-aboittjiis work in a..quiel )vay, h.ul he is facts jn a. wiiy wliich" He is entitled lo what he'-lins done so Scale 'Co.. slari oh' with for 52 line huili hy the farmers of lliis country aid indiiccmenl R.'VHvisibiiul'jpoint.on' the. U-Ui- bridgeAVcyhiirn line, go'i away Mo''H Il will not be long now lill (lie line is rLethbriilgc wilt Brow in impor-tanct-whcn that comes. A TO THE LINKING-UP POLICY. WHEN Dr. F; "P. ijiis Hoard of Trade luncheon, ou'die linking up of V the sniitller towns of Ihe (iislricl depends welfare and progress of Lethbridgejic was noronly-cxpres'siiig truisni, Inil nntning 'Ihe' keystone.of Hlcvelopnienl policy. s heller poslnl facilities smaller towns. ihe adjacent There is not a doubt thai tlicrc is room for much improve- ment here. To fake a case in subscribers, lo the Herald in do nol re'ceive the sifter if is published. ,Coalhursl from 'jridge, and il must seem ridiculous Ihal if should 'lake all Ilia time for flic Herald to arrive at ils dcsfmalion. Acwinliiig h arrungeinwils (he pitpor issued in the evening bus to wni three o'clock next day before il is despatched, and reaclie. Cmlhnrs! nboul 1 ji.ui. There is a Irain G p.m. ii lime for the day's issue, which passes Ihu catch on wliici the papers are accustomed lo be pul mil for C.oidhursl aboil 0.15 p.m. and yet, for some reason or older, this train docs nol carry the mail. Now il must seem an easy mailer lo alter poslal regulations so as In allow Ihe pcople_of CoaihursV lo be in closer loiicli as 1 regards lime with I.ctlihridgc. tiienjinn oiir.publlcaliJHMUic.c in creating and binding community 'nj> medium than a daily newspaper. Il is an imprjrlaiil i... llic linking process, spoken of.. it draws the. a.tljaccnl towns ant! (jliisscs. Sir hftye the G. jpcraliug into c'iiigar'y-within two months. Seems as if, 'some- ime in the1 X..R. promised lo-build a.line" inlr iouthcrn Caljfarv pcople.shonhln'l grow.lop opGniistit. 1 !i' Sniilliiirri farmers musl hnjs; lo Ihe. C, V, when IbVcompany closes dowii ils own' mine's in Ihe rush season lo give the. farmers cars lo gel their grain" mil'of the country. If (here happens lo be a more, serious cur sliorlage Ihis remembered. Dig, iiiridevn, fasliioniiblc Paris has a scandal. II seems .a private broker hns inadc big money in the past two years by listening to' tbVTeleplioiic cunvKrsiitiiiris "of a wheiil hriiVcrngc concern. A dozen telephone girls are implicalcd. If Gay. Purbe had leleiilicjueS.likej.ulhbridge. tlicre sijch. sciindid, .Tusl wli.a.1 is Ihe niatlcr than u dozen men Lelhbridgc lurn onl lo Die weekly lioa'rd of Trade htiichcori? The Hqrald fears'Ihal if MIC Irufh WCTC sonie would be required.' AVhilt is wanted is'sonic new Wpoi lo give rinr nicnji ilitTcrehl yiewj'i'oinl. Wilh rosy, liio many hiisiues's ii'icu ar'c iookinpllirotighrsmok'i'i How About That Boy of Ypurs? You Think He Will Amount to Much? Course You Do, But Did it Evef. "Occur To You That He Might Not rl.on'l prpyidc- good wholesome You arc taking big.dmnces it" yo 11 durin liis off liours. Kclip.oj provides for 1'oui'S ol' his day. about .tlu; H.oy.s-ilon'f go -wrong wlu-n 1-licV arc busy; It's inoiiKiiits lhat they make ihoir sli is. Why take any clianmt ArranRc -for liis ojff inonicnts A Membership ia the Y. M. C. A.; Boy-s Department It will to make a iiian.oiit of lihii. Doii'l H V; ISoys years YEARLY RATES 12-14 yvai's Itoy-s M-17 years i! ;