Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD HtlDAY, 1911 THEiLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? P-jblljhtd by '.he LethbrWn Printing Co., Ltd., lawful evening IU office. Sixth SI, -Lethbrtdge, Altertl. Canada. Director JOHN PHONE: 13, Circulation and Jcb .Departments W. A. PHONE: Editorial, Heportcrial and Deparimant I 2 2 1 1252 i veir. deNTerert S month! uflivered I month, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J yesr. bv mall J2.00 0 moathf, by mill nitmrhs. by Kail 3' I raonlfc, bjr mill 11.00 J'.M .75 -2S as cfren as desired, hut both v iij cW addresses must slven. FOR Ued Cross Drus K Booi J. G. Ueatlle k Map Co.: CniuhrooA Oressy llotsl. erUoa Co: Jiekson Kemp Cohea Co.; Aleiandra Hotti: Provlnclll News Agency. I'le's Store: Kenny Allin: Lethbridso plnchjr D.'. Leading Hook nnd News Store. 109A Sth Are. Cigar Drag World Co, Wtstlalee Station L'dwarU DIamenri Dr. The Vide Medicine Hit Atslnlioli N'fws Co.: Nevs Shop, Uranwell World News Co. Cirmansiy Clarervcfe' Kael-' A. D. Htve.- Side Xfcws Co. every Wednesday I year In advance THE WEEKLY HERALD U cr more pases, aiid contains a summary-ol the nen-s of lio --1 district 81.00 3 months la advance ,t...........'...... 1SIR LYMAN HAVE MADE-A PAS' TO l GIVING THE PUBLIC THE" NEWS. of the'late government acted otherwise than what they believed lo be in Hie best interests of the country. And ccrlmnly Iliere is not a little of evidence lo show even a suspicion, of graft or corruption on the part of the late- administration. If graft among employees lias been discov- ered, then it is the duty of the'governmenl lo prosecute the offenders, as it would have been the duty of the late administra- tion lo do so. In any case, il is worse llian futile. discuss all over again !he question which the counlry long ago settled once and for all, namely, the advisability of building or not building this transcontinental. The concrete fact to be considered is thai Ihn country has got this railway -practically completed, and il must be admitted that a tremendous amount of hard and honest work hiis gone to the planning and build- ing of it. This project has been a gigantic THE HERALD is not, as the commissioners seem to. think, endeavoring to criticize them in: any connection with Ihe difficulty or otherwise of obtaining news of civic doings at 1lic.L-ily.hail. the discussion at Ihe city hall yes- terday would-seem to indicate that the Herald hiis lieen censuring them for withholding the news. This is not so. We are glad to correct sitch a false impression if it has gone abroad say that the Herald has always been treated very courteously by Ihe commissioners ami Ihe cily hall staff on all occasions. VBul we. have been asking quc-slio'ns, and we 1 hti'y'e purpose in doing so. We feel it .our Uiily tlie people informed as lo what is ball where their.afYairs arc Sein's system .ob'lains there close louch with one an- ollier, three the greater part of the working day in ihe charge of "qnr civic business. Before, seven men met or twice "a "lo'irarisacl Hie same busi- In the one case there, is the tendency OD of Iheahrce whojire in close-touch all Ihe'lime lo arriveaf au undcrstandihg on matters of importance which, when into open 11E people council meeting for-pfficipl sanction, receive verj wasteful? little public whereas seve.n aclcrislics to be wasleful even with the necessi- meh, who were mixing with the general public m Usc'7 every day, mel and discussed .Ihe. whole mattm following facts gleaned from a report of from beginning to manydifferent! Canadian Commission of Conservation re- before arriving at a decision. We garjjng tilc use of water in Canadian and Ameri-1 wish lo point out by this comparison how citics is interesting, imismuch as il seems to: easy it is for the commissioners to lake acliqii on j nn answer to the impbrlanl mailers .without concerning them- At "the same lime il is nf especial inlercsl to cili-j selves much about public'opinion. And if of Lelhbridge just-now when Ihe questionl usk qucslions il is often to focus public allenlion of lnclcrg js subject of daily discussion.' questions so thai the public may be kepj reporl gives some statistics as to the waste of water in various cities. The average con- have no reason, nor any desire, lo censure Or icn Canadian and American anyone on this mailer. We merely wish lo kct'l'' js ]go gallons per head of population per public inlcresl wide awake. the avcmge of 12 typical European ;s only per head of population per day. GET DOWN TO ESSENTIALS. ;The difference can only be accounted for by as- T'iil- lont' N T R debate is over, and thai the extra 120 gallons per head per .stilt ofihe vole is before the people. II is: day is wasted. This waste increases Ihe lax rate The Oiuna Citizen, CoaservaUie, i publishes the ins, aneit the j withdrawal' of t-raitor Kir Lyman j Jones from the Liberal ranks. unJer the caption "A l.iberaj i I Afler nearly-three-years m.Opposi- i lion, U'f Liberal iwrty would seem at j ,bst to have ;nade a real step lor- uard. It has done something to of-. (end one of its privileged supporters: Sir Lyman Jlelvin aid general msnajer o! the Nasser- t .Harris Implement coraparTy.pl I ouio. president ot the Iliin Wagon j company oi Woodstock, "president nt j the Johnsion Harvester company ol Uatavia, N. Y., aud director of the I Verity Plow to'.iifany o! llraclford.' It is reported that Sir I.I'M. Jones said ed his allegiance tu the Liberal par- j ty. During the I.aurier regime- the. i implement makers were enriched nt the eipense- of Ihe ta'rnier''and b! the I 'comu'.oa people. They were, and still' prelected hy hlrh taiifis to jex-' 'elude legitimate competition. Cana- diau fanners have brcn compellr-1 to j pay -5 per cent, more than United i States lanners for agricultural iiu- piemen ts ot equal qualify'.: owing to the Canadian customs1 taxC- The- (arm implement indtslry'-'rias flourished at the expense of the rural com- '.munity. have the bed, land flocked to t be, Aci lies. The pro- lecteil industry a few men' rich, hy the tabor of raany wage toilers.' And cosily larm implements have helped to Increase the- eost oi i living to everyone hy waving foo-i more expansive to produce. Now the Liberal pnrty, undei nres- sure irom t he city wage earner and 'ihe agricultural worker, has taken i its courage in both hands, and de- [clared for ire? larm implements to cease taxing the people on oce o! their means oi lite at least. Sir Ljr- iraan Melvin Jones' withdrawal from the party is the direct reply ol prc- tected irionopoly. Could any thoughl- ful citizen require more definite evi- j lier.ce ot why such privileged interests take an' active part in polities So loaj a's ..LiberaliSm in Canada served the purpose 013.special 'tt undoubtedly; did by maintaining [protective tariffs for filteen -it co'Jid rely'oii-the support of mariy jiig priviieKed: interests, lint jusfc-so I soon as it'takes one srtej) .tqward 'cinincipation the common its pscudo Liberals begin .to av.-av.: Though where they.will lal! INTERESTING 'WAGE The PRIDE ID of the Pantry 'i' COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA MAPLE- LEAF LABEL Not an trticle on your, pantry shelves combines so many of the real elements of a complete food COWAN'S Perfection COCOA. _. It tempts.the digests etsily.' It is refreshing and nourish-, ini. Prepared according to directions on the lirwl it is perfectly balanced food. THE. co, TORONTO, CANADA. jlc. TTN5-X LB--K LB.-AND I LB. TINS, AT ALL GROCERS CASE BE- 4.' be- 'Ti'FOBE fHS ''cbURfS'-v C -1. I ..u.lCC OD Is il one of'their char- 1911. 'darnnse .case.centred court "yesterday .V'Ediyird. was the. sefpjo.. of the comjianj-.Jon ol :.waS. given, notice, for IthV ictioiilVas Ihaf GoVelle'riad sold a li-igVof-becrjto'the'.Gerraoirclur) ol the preceding 'nisht, the sale strict- Botelre booze, but r'oiuEed cheque at the time sued for ;tor'WT6ngful dis- I missal. He under-.oath on the Who WOUldn t enjoy fish stand this'morning that he had been J I ._ OliAf .wlicn its served this way? Fastidious Women love this "Force" is the ideal break- fast for dainty women who -.value, good complexions. Tticse flakes bf: malted 'wheat furnish a good hall-day's nourish- ment. Wonien-who day regularly do'nolhavelofinish it with complezion'treatment. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES by Tbi H-0 H u4 ttU ty fool focen tntr No one ever expected it lo of Ihe citizens lo a remarkable degree, H has been estimated by Mr. Wynne-Roberts, (he en- I il is all over, il is refreshing to gineer, (hat Ihe extra cost to a city of lal that forgets purly for a mo-i population would, aniounl to or town lo the fundamentals of the per inhahilanl per'annum. The increase in the, 1 f .__ ...rmlrl Iw. 4 lOfl fll' till nol.surprising either, be otherwise. vAnd now that pick up a journal mc'nl, andgels down 10 me luiiuaiiiciiin" iionnnfi X.VT. H. Here is an opinion from Ihe'cost of sewage disposal would he f oi Montreal Herald, written in Ihe heal of the hale, liui nevcrlhcless a sane view of the situa- tion which should be digcslcd along wiih the news of ihe vole: From the tornadoes of lalk on Ihe JJ.n- lioiial Transeojilinenlal reporl, we gallier is all a matter of opinion. If you arc a .Conservative, you look at ;llip whole pro- jecl through spectacles colored with bluest of Ihe blue. If you arc a. Liberal .'you look al il without any spcclacles, and discover all kinds of rosy lints. The .Lib- crals say "we have built n road of the l liighnsl The Conservatives re- ply, do nol dispute.il, bul a road of llie highest standard was not required." The .Liberals spy for.lhe kind of a road il is, its cosl is very reasonable. The Con- ''scrvalivos that for the kind of road il ought to befits cost is shockingly execs-' sive. so', they go mil- lions'of dollars' backwards and forwards 'at each oilier, and neither.for a moment forgelting that Ihe of Ihe inimitable "cillier a little Coiiser- yative, or else a little Lilwral. Tra la, lal" What has nol: been.shpwrii 'Is nol now charged, is tlin't any members WHITE SAUCE WBITI Scrr aid littlt waler, toil iforteXtair.-jni. Thra all tinl ft nilk, aaJ tit it bcil for fiiC otnutci. Strlin, 10 tiite. JHi'-tJ rr.y be iJJtJ. Tomato and White UM M 25; per annum. In oilier worth j (he ciiies' water rates are increased because, of- J the waslc by for every'man, woman and' child of Ihe population, without any benefit what-! ever. If we'arc so wasteful in Ihe mailer of water i consumplioni would nol some of our expendi- tures ill oilier directions bear a little close inves-. Et. A lilllc along lliat Co-( wjnllIpeBi rjgfll.Mcre in Lctbbridge might.prove to our vantage and help to cliininulc some of (he ills thai go with n higli lax rale. ____________ OtllJ POIXT OF VIEW Sick, nf-the companr, to sell all the i he could at any-tirac on ishift, and was. only obeying orders when-he-made'the sale. In the morning, r.e had rcporlwl tho sale, and.the hrewinasier'said, j out ol here, you arc fired." Although' Gohelle's 'evidence in re- jgaril to the-, bale ol' liquor after Edwards' Soupscome in three wos not taicn as being fact. .Sick' took the stand emphatically denied having given 'iny such'orders, anrl several ol the employees .ol' the brewery, including ,thc superintendent J.a'nd manager, flown to .the. night ivatchman, all leatiiiedMr; corroboration rtl Mr. Kick's' denial: Eacli'bM stalnl that he hail hcen strictly.-lortiddfn to al- low Bale liours, at.d lhat, it was generally understood among tht men that :auch sates were against the law-.-. Tlie case, against the hrewery was and .the.cheque tendered viohelte at tfie.liine oi fiis dismissal, .irtio.intifj fo was-ordered paid. W. II. McUlland appeared lor.the plaintiff anrl.J. N. Kitchlc for Ihe defendaiif. isale and Another sign of spring: Father looking for the i screws for Ihe screen door. nrc belter off Ibis year so far as moislnrc is aiiirrrncd than we have been for twelve years. If Nature keeps up hi-.r. generosily, a large niiiu- btr of Sciulliern Alberta's will be solved, j If il is finally decided lo rim (he slrcel cars wilh one man, the commissioners wanl'to make sure thai Ihe ten men who will be compelled lo ifiivc. (herservice, do. nol.CiUTy.niiimage..Ccrli.ll- caies. v. HUDBON'3 BAY LAND SALES ARE FALLING OFF BUT IT IS A GOOD THING April to the 'diminution ot land, sales as shown In l-hc Hudson's Haj.J erimpany's rjuar- returns, the Times remarks that If the. shareholdtrS'ln the. land com- panics are r.ow facwl wilh a tempor- ary lalllnK oil in Income they at least.havf..the.jjtlslacllpn .ol "know; 'Ing' that' the market' is leing-placed in rn'ich mure healthy condition. jes witiii 'Sunkist" Spoons WhiirTyou'are eating luscious, juicy, tangyr; seedkss "Sunkist" oranges, you are delighted with the magnificent silverware you are getting You always order "Sunkist" oranges because they are finest, richest, selected fruit grown anywhere in the world. ,-'_ Picked and packed.by cloved (leanest oi all y Not ia1 in "Surikist" Cut the' wrappers aroimd oranges'and lemon's anil-send them to us. Select silver pieces, from'our''27 different'premiums. Every piece tlie famous.: Rfgcn Standard'''A-l plnte.' 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