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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tayc 4 THE DAILY TTKKATJli LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CSTABLISHID DECEMBER Published by the Uthbrldye Herald Publishing Co., Ltil., tvtry lawful Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridge, Al-wrU, Canada, W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN PHONEl Editorial, Re port or I a I And department 1224 i Manager PHONEt Arfvertliltii Circulation And Job Department! 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATlS 1 year, by mall 6 months, by mall .1 year, delivered f4.00 6-inotltlis, delivered 8 months, delivered..... 1 month, delivered...... 35c, 1 mouth, by mall...... 2Sc. Addressee chunked na often as desired, but tmU niw u4 old addresses muut Riven. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALI AT Medicine M. Cranbrook, B. tie and Atchluson. L. Diamond City Urur Vancouver, B. Wide News Company. Jb Brown, Street Jatnleson Co.. 705 Riverside Avenue. Alio on all C.P.R. tralni Cross Drop A Hook Store; J. G. Robertson Co.; Jackson Co.; Alex- andra Hotel; People's Drujf Ptore; Kenny Allin. A Co.: R. W. Hamilton. Plncher E. J. MHchtll; D, .L. McCrea. Broa. Drue Company. Fernic, B. Beat THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eirht oFmore pages, and contains a suinmary of the news-of the week, local and district 1 year in advance.........Jl.50. 3 months in advance SUc 6 months in advance J Whoever ?is elected, mayor today should liuvu tho support of tho people in building up u LetlibrtdB Sir Wilfrid Liiurli'r spouks on tlio naval policy tomorrow.nml then the ftelit, If is to bo one, "will lip on. If (lie Liberals tlie proposal to jvrant the throe Dreadnoughts, the government should accept the coun- ter proposal thaf Canada supply the men to man them. Human counts more than is the thing, that counts. have voted ton or twenty million to help defray the cost-of the Hocr war, but she sent men ami that did more to create Imperial 'sentiment than any; other one act. I Lethhrhigo IB very much on Hit) map and ovury eu'orl Hlumld bo mm to roll UIQ map back hi to nrcoi mbdftto and prcator Lot bridge. In (ho oampniiin just closed tli Herald has tried to discuss thc Issue and not (he men, and we believe th; Is what tlie public most appreclat !u supporting .Mr. Hatch It was oul natural that other caiulidatt'S, or tlu-I friends, should think that the lleral was unfair, but that Is but the onlli nry penalty Of faking a stand un an. Issue. Robert's Veracity (Pincher Creek Kcho) "When we went into tho contest in .MaalonaM we did not so apologizing for rucii'i-udiy. l had occasion to say in Montreal u short time before that election that there was no honest sen- timent in favor of reciprocity in West, era Canada." Hardly necessary to ex- plain that the above is from Bob Rog- ers. U is about on a par, in point of veracity, with that gentleman's claim to have settled the coal strike a year ago. Expectation TODAY the ratepayers of the city have been masters of the sltua. tian. The preliminary skir- mishes were over on Saturday, and the .battle has been centred round the polling-booths. Whatever the results may be the die has been cast, and by the decisions of the majority the citi-; will have to stand. Whatever the personnel or" the ne'w I council, the ratepayers must remem- ber their pre-election pledges, and watch carefully that these are carried out. In this matter there is one thing in which the various candidates have been unanimous. It is on the most vital- with which the citizens of Lethbridge are at the present con- cerned. This is the industrial policy. It has been clearly defined, and on whomsoever elected the responsibility rests of placing the city on tho Foot- ing-it should fittingly occupy. The present year has been one of big advertisement for Lethbridge, and Ir. is up to the men of the new council to see that every ounce of the advan- tage derived Is turned into full ac- count. We have had the promise, and will av-ait the fulfilment. o far as the campaign has been conducted by the different candidates it has been devoid of any acrimony, or any personalities. The prospective members of the new council "have been courteous and fair to one another. This augurs one satisfaction, thi those elected will pull together in on interest, that of the city of Letl bridge. In this expectation there at least one reason for gratificatioi We can only trust that the men hes fitted for carrying out the industria program will be "elected. Well Rather (Grain Growers Guide) Premier Dorden has announced his intention of appointing six additional Seatcrs to represent the prairie pro- vinces. If the new Senators are to be rout those from Sas- katchewan and Alberta at least should be men who are in favor o freer trade and wider markets. Wil the premier appoint such men, will the honors and the salaries go to defeated candidates lor the Commons and party heelers? The Market Question 0 MATTER who may be elected sidered a failure. Why- it should b< so one can hardly understand, bu nevertheless'the fact remains. It would appear that if a market i established iii Lethbridge there wouk NO MATT today to carry on ihe adminis- tration of the city for the next year, they will have to consider the demand for a local market to pro- vide an avenue through which the farmers in the surrounding district can dispose of their produce, and through which the consumers can be assured of a supply of fresh stuffs at all times of the. year. food The market Question has received a great deal cf consideration during the past year, and it appears as if the time for action hag arrived. That a market is a necessity is con- ceded. The demand that the-farmers have to he arrangements made for a commission house in conjunction With irrigated land all through the immediate vicinity of the city, it is likely that the amount of produce brought to the market after the insti- tution had become established would be greater than the local demand would warrant. What to do with the surplus would be the question. It' a commission bouse In charge of wide-awake market master were made a part of the market scheme, it take up mixed, farming makes it ne-j.would be possible to find a market in cessary from their point of view. The increasing cost ol" living results in a similar demand from the consumers. In considering the ciuestion, how- A ever, the council will have .to take Cognizance of the success or failure 3] f such institutions in other western There is plainly a difference jugtween the east .lyul the west in .Uhg particular. In Calgary, with over population, tho market is con- mh'ei __________ Libel .the mining camps to .the west where all such produce is shipped in from outside points. The demand would be enormous. Prices would be good, and it would appear as it" the fa would then lose little time in arrang- ing to supply just what the market required. But at the present time, a purely would likely die the natural death of the Calgary in- stitution. S. J.-.A fonvei'IIETHER commission form of government will he installed in f J Lethbridgc, in the year 1311, at tins moment to say. hoard f boms win show utes ot 2S, or llot- whatever the ition, the birth of a new coun- mca" ii'.-akening of a wells witerest amoiiL'H the ratepayers y doings. LSI these lie ta'ken Shake Off All Apathy south to hcan by OT ratepayer should make an effort to vote on Ihe same in all cases. If these courses arc follow- ed there will be a saving of any grumblings and dissatisfaction dis- cussed at street corners. Ratepayers' associations should not be allowed to die, and to be resurrect- ed only at election time, no matter what the nature of tlie election may eventually be. Let them at all times be live institutions, thoroughly organ- ized, and meeting at stated periodical intervals to discuss matters which are brought before the ratepayers. It is too evident that whatever dis- satisfaction has been lately expressed l very Kreat measure to the interest displayed by the There must t'.rrn for the "filer, it is up to the people, and the present time calls for leaders among them to take a lively part in organization and in Hiat in- in civic affairs which IB so rhom they have elected to much to be desirrd. affairs. of council of lm me" to a vak STRAYBD-'Oney bylaws, for local I'm. ening of the interest of th gelding, abo'siibmlttcil, .be carefully' crs. In this at lct ratepayer I bo great pain. last 1210 Argyle of faco W1XTF1 ".....'d "'ilko h's advance.1 hc PIT niontsnown m Hip doings of the ilie underbill be of much service in Rural Phtg members to a recognition r-honft 33fi4ea expected from them. An AV ANTED-body of ratepayers must sires homy mean, in some -degree, an council. Interest taken given, and this which the ratepayers owe elected to of Croat body of ratepayers. now in Uils respect be all events there will Let the People Rule (Macleod Advertiser.) The poiu't insisted on with most em- phasis by the Minister of .Municipalit- ies, in discussing the new Rural .Mini! cipalitUs Act, is that the matter of ex- penditure and taxes is entirely depend- ent on the people of the immicipalitle: themselves. It is for them to decide how much money they shall speud, it any, and the rate of taxation, not in any case to exceed ten mills, is de- pendent solely on that expenditure. If a new road is to be made, a cul- vert'put in, or any other public provement decided on, the cost easily ascertainable. The government will supply expert help, if asked for, aud the ratepayers know in ad- vance exactly how much it is going to coat them in the line of taxes. The notion that the act is an unholy scheme on the part of a, debt-ridde-n government to unload its responsibil- ities and expenditures upon the peo- ple of the1 municipalities is about as far from the mark as" could possibly je imagined. The new system cf rural municipal- ties will be a distinct.aid self- government, and a benefit to such dia .rtcts as vote to organize, but no dis- trict need so organize unless it wants .o. There Is no compulsion about it. betm turned off, the ycnUemau wouli have been roughly handled. One siia Bested putting him under a tap, other! more drastic int'ftsuros. li is said In saiiK tho National Anthem, and In claims to have attempted tin oxplana timi, but to put one's hut on iu ai audience, of loyal citizens, and w It is taken off, put it on again In on en defiance, its an insult to the mun icipallty, to the province in which wo reside, to tho Kmpire, our Flag ami our Kins, and su-Ji net ion will not IIQ tolerated for one moment by the loyal people of Hctl Ueer. Imperial Nationality ('Montreal Much has been written ami spoken, both in this country and in the Moth- er Country, not io mention the other Overseas Dominions of Great Britain, on the subject of Imperial Nationality, impossible for the great majority by the differences or' view entertained jy those who have dealt with It. It impoible for the great majority it (hose who talk glibly about Imper- ialism, to realize that the citizens of the self-governing dominions can clier. Ish enduring loyalty to Ihe Empire as a whole with ardent patriotism to- wards tho particular dominion in v.-hich they live. The two ideas do not appear reconcilable to the usual imperialistic advocate, such as we have in this country. It is because they cannot reconcile these two ideas that the leaders of Conservatism in Canada claim to be the true imperialists in this country. The attitude they adopt is that the in- terests of the Dominion must always lie subordinate to those of the Em- pire, that Canndianism must, efface it- self in the presence of imperialism. An Internal Cheak (Lon'ilon Advertiser.) There is a warlike- feeling in Vi- enna. But (here are Slavs In who constitute arguments agaiut a war on Slav state like Servia. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Estate and Investments OWNERS OF ORNINGSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 This Was Awful (Red Deer News.) The episode at the town meeting, night, when A. S. Cnrr, a can- iidate lor municipal o take his hat off to the King, illus- rates strongly the fact that it is not veil to allow such disloyal actions to mss unchallenged. So sudden and so unanimous was the action of the citi. :ens present, that had the lights not "fust Fora Joke- We Own or Control several of the very best located corner properties on this avenue SEE US BEFORE BUYING As a Boy Sees It Here is a contribution by a boy o 14, printed verbatim in one of tin popular magazines, as to ivhat h' thinks the easiest way for a man ti understand his.boy. "If a man wants to learn the way? of his boy he inust tind out what likes to do or play. father .must not "be -finding fault with a boy if he does wrong But he must tell him he has dom wrong and try to explain to him whai wrong he has done and tell him to trj and not do it again. "If he 'is like most boys he wii; want to go swimming and to the cir cus; his father must take him. "If he likes to play baseball or foot- baii or wishes to go to any other sports, his father must take him. OUR POINT OF VIEW ford 171S-7th ___ny bc tlle of Mr- polls today., soe to small coin ptmuatria! policy does not of QUO. 7 childrcns Hire in silver. School. The 'west may not. yet he ready for great development in the opinion of eastern manufacturers, hut the west is providing the largest the average eastern manufactur- ers has. ADVERTISER: You can reach ALL tiie people through the Herald. PROOF. FOR THE ASKING 'Wilson Skeitfa C. P. R. AGENTS Cpp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 as? "IE the father is kind to the boy, urn sure that tho father and the boj will have a good time together. In that, way n man can learn the ways ol liis York American. Origin, of Ancient Phrase During the last of the eighteenth century in England corruption was notorious. Jack Robinson, tlie secretary of the treasury, was Known to use both pat- ronage and money to carry out his corrupt ministerial policy. Sheridan declared that a member of the house was employed to corrupt everybody in order to secure votes. Amid intense excitement voices call- ed out: "Name him or withdraw." Sheridan was in a predicament but iis ready wit aided him. he ail- 'Wered, "it would he :in unpleasant nd invidious thins to name the per- son .and therefore I shall not do it. But don't suppose there would be any difficulty in naming him; I could do it, iir, as quick as you could say 'Jack iobinson.' Sunday Her- Rural Economics "I see you've lowered Uie speed lim- t and hoisted your said Winkle :op to the jwlge after paying his fine. said the judge, "we found het under the" old tariff they wasn't mough ri-lations o' the law to make wuth Weekly. .Unlimited Credit "You have left the name of the an- hor off the the stage man- igor ventured (o suggest. "What's tho author's asked he manager with the thick mustache ;iid the double chin. "William Shakespeare." "Friend of yours, eh? All right; him all the credit there is. Put own on the program, 'Words and mu- ic'by William on Star. He Had It in Him said the teacher, in- truding the class in "composition, you should not attempt any nights JincS: simply he yourselves and vrlle what is in you. Do not imitate other person's writings or draw inspirations from outside sources." As it result of this advico one bright ml turned in the following: "We hoiild not attempt any flights of fan- y, but write 'what is iu us. In me iiere is my stoinmick, lungs, hart, vcr, two apples, oiio pioce nf pie, no stick of lemon candy and my din- Star, Kissing in .the Open A young man in 'Philadelphia was arrested for kissing his fia-ncce on the -st-reet when he was leaving her to board a cur for his home. Magistrate Scott, before whom he was taken, was rnjite incensed. "Things have come to a pretty pass when a man can't kiss his girl on tho said the magistrate. "if a girl is good enough to be kissed, she ought, to be kissed out in the open so that everybody can etae her." Good for Magistrate Scott! To Shippers of Grain Before selling or chipping your grain consult JOHN BILLINGS CO. Gfaln Commission Merchants, Winnipeg and Lethbrldgn Special attention given to consignments and prompt returns made after unloading of cars. Advances on all Bills of Lading If desired. Market prices by wire or 'phone. Office at Messrs, Asquith Lindsay's Domiuion Block, Lethbridge, Alta, Phono 1714. P. 0. Box 278. Local Manager I. SALBEEG Yon t'annot fare better than Avith f in r1 9 O L F E S Aromatic Schiedam SCHNAPPS (HOLLAND GIN) Wherever you may be. H is to ordinary spirits what champagne is to ordinary wines, represent- the supreme perfection of a distilled spirit, and the highest possible point of purity. It Is .suitable alike for women and men, and possesses tonic properties that render It healthful, invigor- ating and in every sense beneficial. The best Pfck-me-up best Tonic The best Digestive AT ALL I1OTKI.S AND RETAIL STORKS. HUDSON BAY COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS. i ;