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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta - V a. 1, 7 � ^ -1 � - H J h + Y 1 L.' � �. � y 4 � J ,1" f LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SftTAdLlSHKD DBCKMMR ff07 fNAIUhvd by the Utthbrldfle Htrald ^bHshlnt Co., LM.. v�iir I �vinlng�t SiRlh street, Ltthbrldo*. Alborie. Oftnadk THE LF/THlUiTpOE DAILY IIJSBALIJ - 4 - 1 Wedncsdty, Apiil 23, 1013. ^HONBi ^ BdltoHel, ftftportorlel And Newa 1 W. A. BUCHANAN Manaatng Director T. W. QUAYtB Mmnaolng Editor JOHN TORRANCS Bi/elneee Manager PHONKi ^ Advertleing jt Circulation ^ And Job Department Departmento 1224 1252 I! ? I I DAILY 8UESCRIPT(0N RATES t roAn delivered ....... $4.00 3 year, bjr matl tt.00 'ing in ages from one week to seventeen years. These were carefully scrutinized, and something over forty per cent, of them turned down after an investigation as unsatisfactory for some reason or other. The "placing out" system has its Jiierits, but likewise its dangers, and these are carefully guarded against. **It is the supreme object of the Department of Neglected Children^ to give every child a fighting chance, and if a child is not happy in a foster home, that constitutes suflicieiU reason for its n)moval without other grounds of complaint." The percentage of success, howevei', met with under the system has been large. In rending the pamphlet one becomes awakened to the idea that even in Alberth, the land of opportunity, with its large and uncongested acres there exist problems and conditions which are met with in older lands. True it is that in the nature of present circumstances they arc not on a wide and extended scale. But with the increase of population, and the natural growth of cities, who is there to say that these very problems Jiiight not approach the magnitude of those whicJi confront authorities in an older civiUzation. To prevent its spread and to kill the evil in its inception is the province and purpose of the different institutions which are acting under the guidance of the Children's Protection Act of Alberta. Those who have embarked ou, and shown an interest in. the work are worthy not only oi the commendation but of the gratitude of their iciiuw citizens. No labor merits greater approbation. The work is for the future of the nation. The population of Alberta with its diversity of race, creed and temperament, presents new difficulties, to overcome which there has been a wise Real Estate and Investments Owne rs Morningside Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bidg. P.O.B0X 1979 Phone 1291 By appointment to H. M. thk Kino Many a ^ood whisky is almost as good as and successful endeavor. A responsibility has been undertaken In the and pursued on lines which appeal to common sense, working there is evidenced the conception of correct duty and procedure. Of necessity, reforms and improvements on the lines, under new Ideas and experiences,, must follow. present But from FOR (Or Would Trade if Coaxed Just a Little) IN WASHINGTON A Section of good laiid ini the Big Bend Country, west of Spokane. A beauUful 10 acre tract highly Improved, 20 miles oast of Spokane, woU located ns to school, markets, etc., aix acres bearing orchard. L In Spokane, a 7 roomed houao, well located, corner lot. IBO x 150 enough bearing fruit for a family. On cnr line and close to school, and an Ideal homo site. O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FARM LOANS LETHBRIDGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA The government is not in the position of enjoying the pow lo compel men to act as coroner and there is need of going into the Act as it at present exists and see if it would not be possible to make it a position worth while for a good man. The position calls for intelligence und the government would not be justified ill appointing a man who was not qualified to properly dis-l charge the duties of so responsible a position. In view of that fesponsibiUty the Provincial Government should make an effort to place the coroners in a position that good men w^ould be induced to act. To quote Ontario fees does not meet the case in the West. The conditions in Ontario and in Alberla what has been accomphshed there remains no doubt that a policy has been inaugurated which has in it everytliing which goes for the good of juvenile humanity and posterity. OUR POINT OF VIEW Old England raises as.mucli money as any uld the Borden guvernmcnl have for bulling iii on tlu- provincinl work of building' roads uuless it; were lo have the handling o\ immense sums of inoiK^y during; i election times. i N ITS ROAD AlAKING program for the year the Provincial Government would do well to take into consideration the demands of the roads in the Waterton Lakes district. The roadsi election* returns from Albnia and try and realize the fulility of' will be more than pleasure roads, aMhough from that stand-j using the natural resources as a bribe in ehjctions. Let Mr. Bor-pojnt alone the project is worthy of the bee* consideration. There a con- is no doubt but that the Waterton LakeA are destined to become the play grounds for Southern Alberta and the Piovincial Gov-ernment could do no more popular work than to send j^truction gang to that part of the Province at once. Aside, how-jBvcr, from the pleasure part of the plea, there is an urgent de-land for the work in the interests of the farmers and sL-ttlers i One Harmless Bug ------------ i (Kdmontoti Bulletin> Aiiv tiiiu- Mr. Hordt'ii lias a dav oil lit' JJ)ig)it examine the- A Dominion gin-erumcnt expm has ;:rrivc.(] In I.othbridi;e to study the ( -^'ay^ 01' the "porosopratls Uolorata," commonly known as the cutworm, with ;i vip'.v to !tfi extermination. That other sort of reptilf�, the "slander- Kraiis deliberata," or political cut- throai. has proved to be comparatlve- den prove 1 If a siatesniau and keep tlie promise soli innly made lo the people. i the ('. S. govenuitt'iii will antagonist* Mie ixilere:>ls in pro-jly harmless in .Alberta soil. viding lor a tariff for reveniu^ only, but the people should sup- Govarnment Will Supply Cattle (Christian Guardian) ti 4Vi * f r �v. D ' rys, � -------- ..............---- -.....-..............-..........- i '^hf' importfiHce of mixed farming L , , Province. The reclamation work on the time Iht^ "infant industries" were becoming* able to walk alono. �'n Saskatchewan is being widely ro-j oog7ii;',?opular than beating the carpet.-Atlanta ConatHutlon. Not Much "I hear Brown's been prcmoted again." "Yes." "That's splendid. He must be quite an important member cf the concern now." "Oh. I guess not. The office boy still calls him by his first name." , we are mid, huve beon anxious to do I fTT^"^ �/ '"'^ '� ,^�!'Sp Z s^^^^^ ... ,. . . . ; rr, matter aud Itio iJtpartmenl of Asr!- . , ^ , - ,, inlcM-csl there is little use o( trying lo ullract outsiders. riirnic:,u,To win select and pMrcha.e an- I'^'-'y whlcl. m.uis tb,. bah.nco of out and iinpi-e.s.s tlie visilor.s wilh the iirm faith LethbridftC j)lo-j Itnals and will distribute them to Sas- '� * PsHlamem where there pie have in everything perUuning to their own city. I his is a Anything In Reason The Colonel of t'lo -th Cavalry was a inarlnet In all aave hla own habits. On one occasion the regiment wns about to start on a long march, and Older? were Issued that bagKngo should be reduced lo the minimum. bleut. B--had just reoelvml from h\n father a small box of books, twelve by fourteen InchcB In measurement, and timidly asked the Colonel if he might take It along. "Good gad, sir! No, sir! Couldn't hear of such a thing, sir!" "I'm very sorry. Colonel. It will be very dull out there without any reading. Mr father sent mo a barrel of whiskey, too, but of course I could-n*^, take that." "Oh, gad, sir! Of coursft you can, sir! A.nytbing In reason, �lr!" Interesting Experience 1 ,^ THE DEPENDENT AND DELINQUENT THE ANNUAL REPORT issued on the work done with regard to the care of dependent and delinquent children in the Province is an interesting little human document, touching on phases of society with which most of us are unacquainted. The pamphlet deals with the work carried on by Children's Aid Societies, under the spirit of the Children's Protective Act, and llie success which has attended the efforts of these organizations is .expi'essed in the sentence that "the results have shown in higher icleuls of citizenship, and a general higher moral tone in the com- mtmity." The children who have been dealt with are divided into Iv.o i^^ses, Dependents and Delinquents. They comprise members of Jnany nationalities, including an Icelander, and of various de-nqminations. The ages vary in the former class from under one yi^^r^of age to sixteen years, and in the latter from Another Lethbridge Merchant Proves Out the Surest and Most Economical Way to get More Sales and Bigger Profits - - "V^ - X. *'The Result of our Page Adv. which appeared exclusively in The Herald on Friday aftetnom last, was that on Saturday we did the biggest days business ihls store has done for the past four years/' RYLANDS & CO. d - |p seventeen. The statistics submitted deal only with cases which have P$98ed through the difFerent Shelters in the Province, or tlnougl Juvenile or other Courts. They do not include innumerable! 1 Plipes which hav,e been dealt with by the different agents and by Superintendent daily. These include cases us of boys who The Natural Result of Completely Covering a City and District With One Paper : : : : : 1 katchewan farmers under certain conditions. The first condition Is that application must be made to the government ^or whatDVfr the farmer may desire^ before April 15. There are three option? pcfislble. Thp first option provides that the probable pur-chaae price of the animal or animals, plus allowance for freight, feed, etc., must b� fci-.varded to the office cf i the I.lve Stock CommlBsloner. The Cjovejntnent, upon application, will give Information as to probable cost. Under the option any number of cattle, sheep, swinc. or poultry will be procured for the party applying. The second option pTovides that 50 per j cent, of the purchase money must be j paid in cash, and tive per cent. Interest will be charged upon the balance. Not more than ono carload of cattle will 'be delivered to a purchaser under this option. The third option la for creamery patron* only, and provides that the purchafior may secure without any cash payment' not more than one carload of milch cows, providing, however, that the purchaser's! notes are endorsed by the Creaijiery AsBOciatton, and these notes must be a lien upon the ,cattle purchased. Full payment muHt bft made within three years. These terms ought to do something toward the development of mixed -farming in the province, and if the -scheme Is properly carried out, with a complete disregard of politics, It should prove a most satiafactory She W�8 Perelftcnt *'I was on a street car when a tat woman got In." said a riian the otlier day, "who had some diftlftillty In crowding through the door. She finally stationed herseU in ivvithout a Mftieiik. Made in thiee tUei and U entity tattallcd> IVriU u� for the loab tiniaj^. m\m\ THE QALT STOVE AHD FUBNACK COMPANY ;