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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mfm: mm THE LlfTHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD IDGE DAILY HERALD wS;'i^th% L�tlibrtd|e Wer�kl I>ubl1*tilng Co., ttd:, evwjr itiig^at" iU olllc*,' Sixth Sireat, Lethbrfdg*,' Alberta, CaAad*. ' � W.- a:  aOCHANA^i ^ PHONSt r Edltorltl,  R�portorfal And News DapRrtmflnt 1224 �;W.�':;'A:. Mahafllnu Dlrectur T. W. QUAYUB Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCB auilntaa: Manager > PHONBj Advertlalng CIroulatton And Job Dspartmanta 1252 4h DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES % year, flellvtged....... � months, del�rer�fi (;% -months, ddtvsred, .... ,1 month, dSlfiHered .1..... �4.00 is.oo (1.00 35c. Sialoliths, by mall.....:t1.50 lemontb,''by mail ,..... asa. Addreases changed aa often as daalred, but both new and old addresaea must be given. ' THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Me^lelJie Hat-jtk M. Northam. CranbVo9l() EL C;--Beattle and ;2Atohltui9^^r.-. .CiaM(Bh(>Imi--0: 'L;- "Relneeke: "'^ ^ ^Wttipna^i^bl^Dlainond :-;..';>�U;x;P.R. .tralna Uathbrldoe-Hed Cross Drus * ii Book Store;Mirw;'Q. Robertson & Co.: JackSbn-A Co.; Alex- � andra'I*>tel;lTPeople'a DruK ' atpri; KeWby'&jAlUn. , ^ rMibTeid^-srouwr^it,- c*rB. w. � Xi'HamUtfttu;: , ,'., i'liSineher Creak-Bt:*.'Hitch ell: .^GartibtoQ^Al^erta, Drur'&'Book ii'...->fSe. J A ivholeSome warning [ rtfeniablo, js to ih(!,^se andiprofitlof sheep, and farmers \^iil'ai^e4,3^^^ of having to depeiid,' they atpr6sejqi%d6/dt^fe,a_^ J'tir jn the case ol iQiiiton-tIie'COsifS�|] With the oppningffof the' gtff' �the matter is differ6ritf thfe're Ts no anTagoiusm between its.'priiir^ ciples and those of the JLabor parly. A study of the interests of the workingman has always formed part ofthe policy of Liberalism; and there has always existecj a syrapatliybetweenithe two parties^ In the ilother of Parlia-, ments we see-UieUabor party ialigned with the Liberals,;and why should things Jje different in Alberta? 7^hQj,interests of labor are ever the same and do not vary under different skies. rovlnc1al Political PosBlbllltles J "^(Edmonton Town Topics) I M^a-re not at all Interested In the date" of the provincial election, because' -we are ot opinion that It will; ultimately prove a rather one-aldea ftffj^lrjj We 'believe that'the premier JJtjiUe province and the leader ot Al->^6rta Liberalism -will romp home, to use;�' race track expression, and 'we believe that his victory is one to which he is entitled. It is sometimes 'a. foolhai-dy thing to prophecy, but after-looking over the opposition we beliwe: that in policy, -tactics and popular strength, they are very much Inferior to the � Liberal ' adminlstra^ tloi. Democracy being the mean's, of settling the matter, we jump to the conclusion, by no meand illogical^ that the-farmer qf Al-berta, with whom the verdict rests, will not exchange a reform' administration for one the pol-i �Icy of 'which is uncertain, the exponents of which are all bound up with, thet'inachlnery and otheT trusts whose pfd^ts'are measured by the losses of the ^farmers. The Sifton administra-. '^lon: has done sufficient to justify its steleetion fiy the people of the'-pro-: :viitoe.i and, because of that fact we Idarti' to forecast its return. J. likewise'b^efltti them a;fable 'deKcaoy yha|h the^t*psumera of is now n mm Taber is. planning'for a flower festival this summer. Taber people are T?ide a\yake^. ,A Sweet Pea Capihfal has ;been, urged b:^ the,iferalditime and again. The Women'feCivic Club � jigpett^' > nit of the ie&if'iiyp org^itations of^Kcvcaty iMght take the ^ug- ^fooiisUjr,^ gestion and really d^kpme'thing to bWng^it^ pass. Letfibndge 'nre'Jons't can grow such a profusion of sweet p6as as is seldom seen, and tSe'^afl'aSr. could sobifrbe-rtlade annual- e^evifssr^ -.�^.� �-ui Elections- Without Money � v: ''' -t ^�'dwornlhg Albertan) > (The Jjiberals struck the right note (last- .ciight when they 'anisouhced in the. most defliiite manner that 'they donot propose to spend money in the. coming campaigns There is no deay-1ngr the fact 'that bdth parties have ,nijbn,ey^,, lavishly, . needUessly," '^/BiaO. '^ptobably corril^tjjrjjin The-jwgi^ld. lost one of its greatest financiers yestercfay, But the stock;i5^kefs;>barely fluttered. The mojaey fcings'cJf-todayj 'is'the states1^4NS|aP ^excellence. rnhfrpis of Iiis^doings,in'fimig!^v^cK' sav^>^^ initiative, or tip Is to oiler My arrifen^'erijt't'o the measures in-he Govornnumi^l'^IifeXSfti^dit) and swallowed rum of lioveakaent-'letiislatioir- holus-bolus with-t bus, tes til} I ^pj|$^Mc^m|' luttcr wiifch (lpp(isition.'i^^^f0\'1|raij|^h' a resolution asking Jioiild not li^^h^l^gtjit'^on^ .thirty days', k ----'"-^'^-'-'^---^'"'--^ ""^jze^dntha^ ^ ation'^time. -.This' is p|^||||j^i|^fffi|mg ' cbiistrUCtlve "policy PUI UUICA!. t>f, 1 of one wipi itity \vhcn, if. 11 all aIoug|prlhii aordinaryj-'i tikethafe^l , he did not ie> Govern |;;pith.oiit doubt, de-hose who. believe in Df Mr. Midi Pig^'tfie achievements of - 'slied himself by de-' "ficteristics of vRraa ^tp^icnow.*' so many .i^yt^g in the rephes �-"'cohaemried. .sclosedby,the fqllow-iofning''Albertan:, In It^P^osition leader wfis gltil Vpcently associated :i^36'nimen.fl4l^li , WW fife W^e^^^^^ "Mr. Michener," i^ek^, ''didiiotJTebid5ei^l|,;^^,^ sat apd hs- jfiifi- d&eiation.'ks - ......' :i^iether:,tjn8:;was':a;dig- lie ac/quiesbed in a^e iiT'theliMS^^^ill^^l i!(ipheper"^bTivaying according ^mxiifch -exercised ov^- the - t].,e nominees pioneer{ of the :Sout|t coulfft^ti^i^. a man who; can look after the:interests: of his constijuejicyt r -:Mct(^o be returned to po-w^er^.and: Cardston will do its shareilhj^J^^ campaign for Sifton and. Progress.-: . ^,^�l:i:Ji;,;jt4 abis?J^'�btalW,control million and a half of dollars; -.-In this way the present embarrassing .-.situation could be overcome'aadjttiec/edlt ai;d financial standing-of the province couldv be restored. .Premier-Borden; has promised to give Alberta-.oontrol of her resources, but is; naturally-reluctant to'.band over assets .of subh; value to men who have proven themselves flnancially Incompetent^ T)ie solution ot the situation is .jto jprovjde a �ew govemment/at onpe; , i 'As It Was In the Beginning-� (Medicine Hat 'TUfv/fi) There never was a rfldistribution bill yet passed �fhaj; did 'not cause "'a. good deal of discussion-^^ dbncemlpg its unfairness. E>en when P^'dinier. 'A. 3. Hardy'of Ontario^'4,t%era3[.try, the w'ay, asked the leader .e| t^ic '^p-] position, now Sir James,.5iVtl^ijey>.^ti...Dainln'lg"V joint committee to draft "ft �*�d)abM)3U-; tlon 'bill and name ^ a. d'ate_. fpr "ih^ election, th^ro were kicks',' Hard, ffom botl. polItlcdU aartles' Hi 'matte-rs not who drafts -the bill,' Jl\?t  other side-.thinks 'lt!'lp,%ettijjg ,tJi,f' worst .0^ the deal. .The 'Sjftbn' redlS-tflbuflOB has ' � ' '�' The Sfapdard Securitie^Cft. Real lEstate an4 Ittve&^naente '  ml'i II " '  ' ' � 4: Owners of Mpmiiiiigf^ili^ Suite 111-115 Sherlock BWg. ^ PiO.Box !^7? Phppc mi criticism, but nothing to speak of, nothing ^compared to what has been ottered other bills in other, provinces. geration to say that at least; |50,000 was spent by the two parties In the laBt',T36tianiQA eaecUnn.Jnitbifl ,cUy.,,i,' ther party any good.' '^-Itfls-Jnclined tO) corrupt.the.electorate;, It:proflLts nei:^ ther p4rfy;r"'TVins.ton, Churolilll; in thfej naval? debate, pointed out- tHe/foo'lish-niess^-of large.:naval,;expendltures.; If-Cteriiiany spent' ?^Q9,0OO,006S?t3n: ' its jirey 1 and Britain spent a'like''amount; neither country would gain anything: and the comparative" strength; of "the l.naiJons would be the same as If they ha^ spent nothing at all. � it the Lib-efnls and. the ; Conservatives woiild agree to take a holiday in election expenditure, it would mean sb much: money saved, and .-Ihe: parties cpm-i paratively as stronk. aa if" they had; sqji'andered thousands. ^ vAnd there are other"reasons. V The; party without the. campaign, fund is th'e .party that is doing.'the good work for the country.,,nA party: whioli is opposing the rich- corporations is the party which .has ;,no war chest; , The ^i^rty 'which stands in with- the -cor-por�kinB is the party .with,, the .'big . SThere vis fenqther reaeon; . When L.much money is spent in elections tcanr didates 'must be wealthy, men;,: This shuts out some and most desirable men: from the .legislature andUhe commons. '�lie Albeilan-bslleves that the lilb-erar: party in staking 'such' action Ms seSttng-^'a.' very, exoellentS'ejJattipte^to ihls city and the other parts of the prbvlrice and- aU'rwestern Canada?; Thb poilcy is not' dictated-by financial ptrihgency, or anything like that. It is a'dopted because:it isright. 'itmay not be dipldTmatlc, and th�. Liberals mty l6se by 'it this year, though' We dp^ilrt'lt.-' But, 11 is" the right thing to do;, and; right .will ultimately* prevail.. gAFfiTY iDEPOSITjJi^XES. LODGB YOUH tJmis, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Inauiiiiito PoHdea] or other valuables in otie of tjb^^.'ii^xes - - -!- Lethbridge Branch - J CG/fcJTWse. Mgr: of-the mont^'t-,replled the lady, from I ^g-xttd>sp_i;i^lt!^/^-V,ery. to^ ' .t. \ ., i � ' _ :&lz>nsiiUp^tKe Situation ..''iiet's ,?ee^ HanTyI ils your boy married' ye^t;,;qp ain't heir' :'l^p, not;-jroi Hiram. - It seeniB the young m_6n don't'marry off as early in life as i.when- th^ and war* bbys:!' .*W%B;Ml;4eii,ye. HiBnry;-r thpyrdon'tYneedt to. By OeofgeJ Just look iwhftt'i--pM^el .ofoflrma there Is, ia'this-country nowa'days tarniiig put' holejproof .sock&U'i- i ^If >H� H�ii Only Thi>u�ht Thcspriatty:)^^ un- tpticWng* i;, ajiBbrtinr Borneo nefw fgooda ;w]|mib:> her best yountiuan. �n-'torecl. .Sli�;ata9ped behind the coun- ,prevlons>campofgh.,.f-It is nb-^'exag-liw'a: moment'aid aroae with flushed be^fvefen-theniinQW.^^Judge.. r,"^:;:'. j T^^nrjruiliijar^dfNothing but the Ti'uth pf|j|toii|^g^t^-'that^^^ hoddfc' -^hls eiiefea. to the-hearth Alwaf^5;^ni;j}i#.�rat#^^^ tfibiiAifif^^^^bHn^ '' '^W^pfi^f^^^SJ^i--^ �: aad' see �: -who is-;;-knocTcInglp^el^^ .... m , Tbo Muehi fBi*thB-Bi(t9ll�hm�n :: A >�iMf��Bbr%to9n�,�iflrea* .iwont ^i England ;;;la*l?' s^et'^ftwiwiji mtrb-' duced to a profeaaon^iromone of tlie English unl^�r9iyil!8n,1|e'...welcomed the Americali, iil�d.-i|jjd: /'j'met one ht �your.colleaiguei'awt suroiner. wa bad aUtmi^mkistt^teimCiyAo Herd to visit us." .......V "Butrim^from'''ioW?r'''''i ,;,t "Itfws, Indewdi^TIiojfc'.ifrjr.JntereBti Ing! \ am jure^tbe^^ther'afentlemaa Called it 01v^o."^i;ippllioo|V^; \ \ i A>^jBChool teacfief a�ked her class ^SfiST'.**'*)^?; ''li^oiice between the exprsf sloiif/ibtr^Hlle^^^ ^^i^t^osr^i^mft^ any-ideas; ;i?^"nally* ths-lig-St 'of intellli^ence' was seen'^-'Bhlfte'Jlnj'tlie nyie 6t one llfil.e;?oodg%4nd thes'^^ upon.ijim'ftftijjRve^ilhe'inteUectual h or -of^the-'oIaBs;'' '^S''"" �' - lj;r; SWJiien .l�flifiafs�y*'-hi3'8 go out fdr a '.Mfhilei^/Mjrama tiays' he's going oUfrW';a''tlmBi'-'''''''^^.-v.-.v.- . ��^^'"^^^^rI|i^-�� > | alone ;.lii.chwi(ea?,t^ ftP^e. Th^ telephone'rani^,a|iji.,Eati "picking up the receiver, heard ^^'^Yblc'5_ at th^ other etfd bf''ifi'^B''wire'^Inaftlre:, | 'TBiS foK-fftte-aiOUBtfna::ktiof:hWe!B?'" -' "juVf f ttilnute;"::BUid- -FRtr-Ratumlngtn a'tfiW-'talimtes; he answered: "H^^ral'tJimLTBorry' Air, but we just S0I4 the la%t thousf^pd knotholes'to, a brewery, fof tia%hol�� tvs .banrelB.y' " "-'.V' - Modern >E)(cu��  Innin|r sb W unlfflet ;uwiis qwyeaU This the spirit of ^e'^imeV This the buy.clen of my Thyme is, It's no matter ,what your crime is, - , , i^reat or sinalL'' \ You've a- lovely disposition,..- " Snshfyott so^ftone tb'^perwtfon? ^ Have For Sal e 7:^ %0e*a Oats/Alfalfa^Hfty,"Whpat'Hay |::' y ��'-":-Bi;0bd Sows'; Draft ^Hdl's6r^J|ares ; ::>f'"^o^^g Horses of, all $mds ' '^^ See'EV J. Kogers on tlio farjn, o^st Y% of Sec-' tion ~5-^-19, Rdral PJiofie'liro. 718 or me at iP^;y.'r�;i*J,j^-�.',v^':'^ \ feA;�f'^V|%R^M LANDS , r STAFFORD/PLOCK"*--: ,'� ALBERTA if' ;