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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKipGE DAILY IJEBALP Wednescity, Apiil 23. 1013^ 4 ItETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DBCEMBKH tW fHlblUhad By the Lethbrtdfle Herald IMbliehlni Co., Ltd., �yrf ivinlha-,�t'lt�.omce,-SlK*ti Streat, Lathbrldg*, Albftrta.'Oanadk. I nr 11 ---- W. A, BUCHANAN PHONE: Editorial, fteportorlal And Newi Oapartment 1224 Managing DIraetor T. W. QUAYUE Managtno Editor JOHN TORRANCE Bualneai Managar PHONE) Advertlalng Circulation And Job ' Dapartmanta DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I yttr. flelivorod ....... �4.00 1 ywr. by naU .......... t njontha, dBllvarad..... $fOO _ |�?L,jj_ ...... t months, delivered. .... , I!)"T'Jrjf 1 month, delivered...... 3�c. S month, by maU...... U.QO tl.SQ 860. Addresaes ohanKed as often as desired, but both new aiX old addresaes inuat ba jSve#. ^ ------ THE DAILY HBPALP FOB SALE AT ~ tethbrldBe.^Red Cross Drujr * = Book Store; J. G. JloberWm > 'andra Hotel; PoopU's. Dru� Btof*: Kanny * AlBn. Maolaod-Toun� * O.; R. W. PInehar' Creek-B. 3. MltchiU: I>. McCraa. Tabar-Waatlaka Btom. iCarditon-Alberta Drug A Book Company.. ...... r � .....� Pernle, B. C-Percy ,BaaL Mefilelna Hafr-I* N. Nortbam. Ci^nto^o)^ B. C-Baattla and Cfaraaholm-O. V. Ralnecka OI^Widj^Clty-Dlamond aiy VWneijwat., 8. O.-World Wl'da Alao on all CP.R. tralna THE WEEKLY HERALD FUbiiahed avery irednesday in olrhtdTmSfe pwre�, and contalaa  " iummafy Of the news of tlhe Tj��ok, local and district 1 yaar la advance ...^.....?l.i �-month* In adyanoaMc ( months in,adyaoce .life J AN ACT WHICH NEEDS REVISING I ETHBRIDGE apparently is in need of a coroner. That fact 1-4 was clearly empha'sized in connection with the accident at 'ihe Chinook mine. It is too much to expect that bodies can be I E m ;vjh|Id for forty hours awaiting the arrival of an outside man. If ,the weather had been hot it would have been almost an impose-�Sijjility. The law does not permit of bodies being removed until jthe coroner's jury gets busy and there should be better provision Jlijan tliere is for such officials. The trouble is that the fees allowed coroners are not such as to attract men to act as there is frequently considerable loss of time. It is hardly .fair to ask men to drop business for a day, and sometimes two days and jdraw a beggarly fee as a reward. f ; ',: '"i The government is not in the position of enjoying the power /;to*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 tp make it a position worth while for a good man. The position i :>iiEglls for intelligence ^d the government would not be justified ^^i^r appointing'.a man who was not qualified to^jiroperly dis- & ip^ duties of so responsible a position. .In ^yiew of that fponsibihty'lthe Provincialvdovemmenl should make an effort place the coroners in a position ttiat good men would be in-:,, induced to acL To quote Ontario fees doeS'not'meet the case in th^ West. The conditions in Ontario and in Alberla are not ' jBiialagous. have been warned allev, slight infractionof't'Sly bylaws'instead of being brought before a judge. Here the.^scnsible^procedure has been adopted of giving them advice;'und using "a friendly influence to start them on a new path. Having referred to these cases the report shows that there has not been relatively a great increase.in the number of delinquents, the total for 1912 being 384, as agaipst 616 for the two .previous yeai-s. 'With regard to dependent children there is; I however, a large proportionate increase. The outline of the work done for the amelioration of the child condition as it exists in many parts of Alberta is extremely pi fliseworthy. In addition to the admirable' scheme of tvhild* ren's Shelters, further means are employed by the availing oi foster homes. Here we find it said that these homes are easier to find than is generally supposed. During the past year some four hundred and fifty-two applications have been received for children, varying 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 reasonor other. The "placing out" system has its merits, but likewise its dangers, and these are carefully guiirded against. "It is the supreme object of the Department of Neglected Childrei\ to give every cMld a fighting chance, and if a child is not happy in a foster home, that constitiities sufficient reason for its removal, without other grounds of complaint." The pefr-centage of success, however, met with under the system has been large. In reading the pamphlet one becomes awakened to the if^ea that even in Alberts, 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 are not on a wide and extended scale. But; with the increase of population, and the natui-al growth of cities, who is there to say that these vei-y problems might not approach the magnitude of those whidi confront authorities in an older civiUzation. To prevent its spread apd to kill the evil in its inception is the province and purpose of the different insiitutions: which are acting under the guidance of the Children's Protection Act of Alberta. Those who have embarked on, and shown an interest in, the work are worthy not only of tlie comniendation but of the gratitude of their feilow citizens. No labor merits greater approbation. The work is for the futurfe of the nation. The population of Alberta with its diversity of race, creed and temperament, pre--sents new difficulties, to overcome which there has been a TOse and successful endeavor. A responsibility has been undertaken and pursued on lines which appeal to comnion sense. In the working there is evidenced the conception .of correct duty and procedure. Of necessity, reforms; and improvements on the present fines, under new ideas and experiences, must follow. But from what has been accompUshed there remains no doubt that a poficy has been inaugurated wWch has in. it everythfaag which goes for the good of juvenile hum'aiM,Jy and posterity. , OUR POINT - OF ylfiW Old England^aise3*'^^much."inoney-a^ any countisy and does' it without makihg'fbe consumer pay taxfes-lb the favored'jnanu-facturer. .' ' �' ^'  ' The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate and Investments Owners of Morningside Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bidg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 BY APPOII^TMCNT to H. M. THC Kino Many a'^ood whlfiky is almost as '^0 0 d a s & The Right Scotch Distilled inv the old, slow, good Scottish  Way; .Jin-i-Scotland,;;;iBi|^ matured in sherry casks, -hy James'Biich^nan & Co.^ Liihited.-1>._0, SOBUN; TORONTO/', , ., BUILD THE WATERTON LAKE ROAD |N ITS ROAD MAILING program for the year the Provincial * Government would do well to take into consideration the de-"jriaiids of the roads in the Waterton Lakes district. The roads jwIQ be more than pleasure roads,, although from that stand-Ij^ig^t alone the project is worthy of the best consideration. There is noidoubt but that the Waterton Lakes are destined to become * (C^ play grounds for Southern Alberta and the Provincial Gov- * ijpi^ment could do no more popular work than to send a con-, ktfuction gang to'that part of the Province at once. Aside, how-^ tevjpiriifrom the pleaisure part of'the^^ there is an urgent de- ^j^d: for the w6rk in the interests of the farmers and settlers |;( jf^'S that part of the Provin ^The reclamation work on the tvfcquth of the boundary means mMisJi tp. the people of Caidston 'j^ildtttrictv and if these roads were putvinto shape there is no doubt |l.'lmit much;money would be.left on this sideof the fine. The ^^l^.ffittTners iafe^^^^^^a^ that seotlori and the Herald would sug- [s^^'fe* to the Government that the Waterton Lake district roatls jwpuld offer a fine opportunity for work for ihe "trusties" at the 'jpyoviiicial jail. The roads already built by the prisoners are a J'i, 'credit to the Province arid the people: would be only too glad to l^^ve the government extend the system as rapidly as possible. |;-fPhe only possible objection there can be to prison labor is when i�,'It': comes into competition with other workers, but in the scheme * ^ Siiggested by the Herald there conld be no such objection, and there is no doubt but that the work lieing so urgently needed the * i^eople of the south country would be pleaaed to see a large gang ' |if the men now fiving at the expense of the people put to work tomake the roads leading to the Waterton Lakes as good as any �jp the Province. THE DEPENDENT AND DELINQUENT \ HE ANNUAL REPORT issued on the work done with regard f > last, was that on Saturday we. did the biggest days business ifils store has done for the past four years." RYLANDS & CO.  � � ' ' ' � ' � ' � � '�'�-V "�'^ ' The Natural Result of Corp- . pletely Coyering a City and Dis- ^ trict With One Paper : : : : Government Will Supply Cattle (Chri&Uan Guardian) ' The importance of mlJced farming in Saskatchewan is "being widely le-ccgniaed and many of the farmers, we are told, have been anxious to do a little dairying, but found it diflloult to secure Hve stock. The government has decided to help somewhat in the matter and the Department of Agrl-ouUirre will select and purchase- animals and .iWlll distribute them to. Sas-ka:tchWan farmers under. ce?'tain conditions. The nrst condition is that apsUcatign must be made to the government "/or. whatever the .farmer niay desire before April 15. There are three options poBSlble. The first oiptlon provides that the probable purchase price of the animal or animals, pJufi allowance for freight, feed, etc., must be forwarded ito the, office of the Live Stock Commissioner. The Government, upon application, will give iDfornriatlon as to probable cost. Under the option any number of cat^ tie, sheep, swine, or poultry will be procured for the party applying. The second option pToyides that 50 per cent, of the purchase money must be paid In ca..Bh, and five per cent. Interest will be charged upon the balance. Not more than one carload of cattle .Will 4>e delivered to a purchaser under this option. The third, option in for creamery patronr only, and provides that the purchaser may secure wtthou't a-ny cash payment' not more fhan one carload of milch cows, providing, however, that the purchaser's notes �re endorsed by the Creaqiery Aasociation, and these notes must be a> Hen upon the .cattle purchased. Full payment must bo made within three years. These terms ought to do something toward the development pt mixed -farming In ithe J)i'ovlnce, and if the (Scheme is properly carried out, W}th s. complete disregard of politics, It should : prove a most satisfactory one. ... W:ip_4wit"gaVS'. 1}IS  Views; on  the, �flect oltMTe^Sntroduotf^n of closure Into the Wesitdinster Hobse as the' result of  the 3rJijh..obStnietlon , on .the Home Uvli'MlU;.' He siyft;that ever since: . �'"gc^TO&ly. any. parllam&"njtary cus torn .or. privilege' has escaped Its depredations; -jEv^ry device of formality dMt^ned'in tie careful' Wisdom of former ages to safeguard the rights of minorities has been ruthlessly do-mbltshed." That Is what "has happened ever since closure was first introduced Into the BrltlBti House, according, mark you, �U) that tremendously far-seeing e'tatosman," Winston Churchill. -It-haa "pithjes^ly demolished every jtafeguard of the yfghts of minorities." ' And this,-be If notid, in a parliament in which, the speaker a non-partlzaq practkally permanent official of the House, in- a parliament where if Is.tot-within the power of the government of the day to hold together Its'iuftlorliiy by means of the dlsiribu-tlpn of patronage,'In a parflament .wlwre there-Js always a floating mem-bsTEihip that is not wedded- to eith�r party and whicTi holds the balance of ; powerr,- In a parilameut where there 'prev'ftllB the'highest sense of statesmanship as "dlstlpct fr6m mere politics. \ In'the face of Such startling results In the Mother of-'Parliaments, results that can pnlf ,bf deplored by every lover of liberty," Canadians, at the behest.of a..ma�hln6 politician, are told that' the Domipion parliament must be- similarly imtVim with a guillotine that can, be even "more cruelly used' than- at Westmlu^ter. Spring Jn Georgia When it comes to exercise, digging bait is far more popular than beuting the carpet.--Atlan'ta. .Constitution. Not Much 'I hear. Brown's been promoted again." "Yes." "That's splendid.: He must be quite an Important- member; of the concern now." , '.  "Oh, ,i gves^-.no't.:} The; office boy still calls him by-hit first name."' '"^�''-Anyth'Ing In RmsoH'', The Colonel of the -^th Cavalry was a marlnet in all save his own habits. On one occasion the regiment was about to stafft fjn a long march, and ordoris- were issued that baggage shouild be reduced to tlie minimum. Isieut. B- had just received from his father a small box of books, twelve by fourteen Inches 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 p6 very dull out there' without any readdng. Mv. father" sent mo a bawel of whiskey, too,'but of oour�c L couldn't take that." � . "Oh, gad, sir! Of course you can, sir! Aaytjiing in iT^easbn, air!" She. .Vyiii:-?.er.�H>t?Pt "i was on a:_street jjar when a fat woman got in,'*' saTd'a 'man-'the other day, "whoi had : some dtttlCUlty in crowding thvojig)! :th?i door. c;-She fin-, ally stationed herself In fi^ont of me. I got up."" ',�;.' ' ' , "Sit down,'" ^he-wottau impres-eiv^ly. "Sit rieht'dO.W.ni.Doh'.t-trouble yourself, I bog. I can Just as Well stand. 1 -r-P:.' - '  "I insist'hpoii your* sitting down," she exclaimedihoarseiy,' ?! have ieen too muoh'of'^HYs'thJng oft women driving laen ouf''bf their-seats. X don't believe iii it.' If you --^'l � .^ By "this time''I^hadv become desperate. "Madam.'M c'fled; '^for heaven's salfe, wlUyou get^out.of the way! I didn't offer ypli my seat. -We have Just pa-ssed ray'corne>r,'and l-'want to get oft." , ,  She sat down.--Upplncott's',' Churchill Says Closure Kills Minority Right* , (Ottawa Free Press) Winston Churchill, we have been led to/believe, is the apotheosis' of just oil the story. Write ' for it; M you are building a nevtr house ' . or have any pride in your present home, you should instol this Majettic. . �Coal Chute. It i� the modem substitute ^ the oU-fuhioaeii uniightly-cellar window. .Jt.pennilf p^odj, wood or veaetables to be put into th� cellar without di�> ii{iUlis|; building or lawn, tad unlike a window it ca^'t be btokpg. MAJESTIC COAL CHUTE iii'i(iang,and tplendidly conitiucted; The body - �i)d hopper it o( heavy wrought iteel. The door > .and frame of the bett quality grey ca�t iron..  Hoppereantwimoredildeand. Alwan'snvity r-.. lonk Kcuto* Ab iloothom.lheiniide. .Tlio.coil ,'r' i� M.raJI lli>t DO modern houie ihoulil b�. > JhmtU ~ wilhoulaMiicitio. THB.aAl.T'8T0Vg AMP PURNACB COMPANY - QntV lit: ;