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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE I.BTHBRtnGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, I'EllKUAItY 3, 1011 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Fublitheci by th- Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening it 111 Sixth St. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. O'r-cUr T. W. QUAYLE-Mjtuglna Editor 'OHN Manager PHONE: PHONE: Edltoriil. Rcportorial News Department 1 2 1 ns. Circulation and Job Depart rrcnts DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES vear ili-jive-ea i year, by xitll rT monilis. U-00 imams, by mail.................... niccto-- deliv.-reJ 3 by mul.................... L month.' '..................M 1 month, by cMitT! a> but bo'.il and oU aJdrosses U'JSl bv> eiven. HERALD FOR P.c.1 Cross i- Ht-oS Stort-: .1. (i. .C- Co.; Cranbroo's Grassy Lake 1 ort'Oa Co.; Cohen Co: AleianJra llo'.el; Provincial Agency. pie's LV-ng Store; Kecny Leading Hook tud Allia: LcUirridse Dr. Store, Sib Ave. Cigar Urcs Worl.i Sevrs Co. WcftlRke station Diamond Dr. IX Tho YVlJe Medicine Hit Co.; Shop, Granwell Pjul WorM .Van Co. Carnianpay Cliranca Knol- A. Uiver Side World Kawa Co. even- in 1 jeftr in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD ,t cr more and cyntair.3 a s-jmmiry ot tho news local aud diatricr. ___ 51.00 t> mouths In 503 THE FARMERS bURETI. A well known stmlli I'ounlry farmer in Ihe city nil Monday said Hi? besl thing about Ihe. new S. tariff on cattle and hogs was that il wo.iid lend lo keep prices linn. Thai is the jMvntcsl benefit of having an open door lo a lioti.ODO market. Heretofore, Alberta farmers have always bee.ii afraid 10 raise great mimbers-of hogs be- t-aiise il has been their experience llwl the-lcasl surplus over demand resulted in Ihc bolloin-fall- ing out of the innrkcl. Now they can.bc reason- ahjy sure that the prices will hold fairly firm. II will mean a great stimulus lo niixed farm- ing. And it points the lesson tbal if an ojicn mar- ket lo the States is good in the, case of hogs and cattle, it ought to be good in the of i pals and barley. At least one forward movemenl made by the Rorden government. It has sue ceeded in healing Ihe Liberal party's su-ralledj extravagance record by 100 per cen'- i From the Hock ford (111.) Regislcr: "Frank Becker had a horse break ils leg Sunday and bad; lo be killed." Pretlv rockv that. THIS IS TO BE A BULLISH A cheerful financial cartoon sho ing .Mr. Dear getting mlghtj thin on easy inouey. COLLECTIONS OF ALL KINDS WE GET THE MONEY WHEN OTHERS FAIL Brown Mercantile Agencies Phone 1624 103 Sherlock Building The Largest Collection Firm in the West Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book? FREE! It would handsomely pay every sedion of] Alberta lo organize into a rural municipality. Any person who opposes Hie ucl cannot help bul do so from ignorance. SECRETARY WILSON HAS SOLU- TION FOR TROUBLES IN THE UNITED STATES AMATEUR THEATRICALS. TMIE existence of. such an institution as the Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society serves to mark' Hie lone of a community. It is evidence i'nat what are commonly regarded as refiftfjig influences, are held at their proper worth and; that .other interests beyond ibat of mere commercialism-are present. And tin's is good for aiiy community, for the. pbclry as well as Hie prose of life is essential for ils weil-being. Too much -dwelling -on the materialistic is apt to inake us sordid, and in restoring a true balance io human nature enterprises of the nature of the hmateur company have their uses. M.oreover, in their particular nature, these The provincial grivrrnmeiil is right on the [rail of Ihe noxious weeds. Only by concerted and strenuous action on Ihe par! of municipali- ties and government inspectors, will the march of Ihe evil he Ihwarled antl obliterated. They arc having! anti-spitting in Chicago: Here's the Tribune's word for it: 'Chief of 1'oliee (ileason has issued an order to enforce the ordinance forbidding spitting on sidewalks, iu theatres and other anccs." nmateur orgaiiiziuiuns i lo kni do aa Canada and otliet British col- onies have donp, they are tacitly in- The secretary also says that, in view of the understanding jvith the Japanese government on immigration, there- should ho incorporated in pend- ing legislation aa exception vatli re- spect to "existing aereemcpts as to passports." ONE QUESTION' SETTLED Besides the Ra'ser bill, Secretary Wilson referred to bills by Represent- ative Church, of California, and plirey, oi Washington, and contended that the constitutional right ol the congress to pass such laws, when Washington, Jan. a con- ference today vjith-.Coniinissioner-Gen- era! Caruinftti, Secretary Wilson, bt the department ol labor, adsiced Speaker Clark that the problem ol 'I10 provisions affect subjects oi na- immigration could be solved' TCtlcp States bv the consrSs raising tbe standard has treaties containing the most fav- u ,..v J...... t-Tfi] nrjflm rlalicp hnc. m rnursp. oi admission so as io include in the list ol excluded aliens those persons r.ot able, to pass the physical tests required by the recruits lor the Un- ited "cd "Inasmuch as the vast majority o! settled boyond the ueiadventure o' douht" and he cited certain deci- sions. The secretary wrote that "it would seem only a question oi a short- time the present day earn a lorrhing manual "labo immigrants ii at all, by per- must United States immigration i officials tvill be confronted with prob- Our New No. 5 Catalogue la brimful of useful facts, faithful valuable descrijilior.s and prices. H'E thoroughly revised and greater than ever. With nur catalogue you I'au tell what you OUGHT to pay on any goods you require. This is your chancfe lo get In clote touch with a live, prosreEslve liouae handling the complete line of PAINTS, VARNISHES and PAINT- ERS' SUPPLIES iu Ibis weElern couDlry. Don't delay iu your name and address for tin- to the wilson' DO reason why i x. not x. taistd to -eY.l my jthe s________- LKtTER TO CLARK A locyl business man, returned from Ihe oast, says eastern manufacturers are finding1 the de- pressed condition of affairs due lo a general fall- ing off in business from the west. We sincerely tiojie Mr. Eastern.. draw the lesson from present conditions.. The views of tho department ol lab- those ot the together Die different members of a community hnd as social factors, consequently, are of much .Value. What an amateur local company partic- ularly requires is interest in its concerns, and Ibis is perhaps in one way more desirable than merely patronage. The Lelhbridge amateurs have started well jn endeavoring to-obtain this interest by the so- i-ialAvhich it proposes holding this evening. This should be largely attended, and encouragement accordingly given fo a body of men and women .who may be said lo be doing in a community (spirit what, without douht, lends to ils social up- lift. There is we believe, some talk of a second lion'bureau, are expressed in- a letter to Speaker Clark, in which Secretary tt'ikoa says method Fuggested would not only meet- the Asiatic im- migration issue, but- also immigration .generally of-a lab'orinj; element, with- out violating tire rriost favoreii nation -or other similar clauses contained in i existing as subjects acd citi- zens of all countries would, under suspended by Mayor McNnmara following the escape of some prisoners from city cells. The cal treated as to p the i wrote growing .out ot increasing immi- gration o! Asiatic laborers- from countries other than China, Japan or India." While he thought it well to dispose oi the entire Asiatic im- migration question in one measure, such as the Raker bill, the depart- because of tlie timo that will necessarily lapse be lore the Haker bill can become a law, urges the passage as an emergency measure of either ol the other two. FEARS'WORD HAS GOXE FORTH j Secretary Wilsou declared that since I 1698, exclusive oi those from the j Philippines, 6.G5G Hindoos entered the i United States in a regular manner, i and, including deportations, only nine- ty-eight had left. He intimated that WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 121 CHARLOTTE STREET WINNIPEG, HAN. IBBHb-WE. HANDLE EVERYTHING FOR THE PAINTER-4MBM THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Kdmonton Bulletin holds lhal an investigation to tie lequesl from Chairraan Bur- of the whole department should follow in order n! lo place Ihe blame. Mayor McNamara suys not. jbin tor It may not he onr litrrj to butt in, hut from this; distance, and knowing Deputy-Chief Davis as' we do, we subscribe to the Bulletin's proposal. The letter was in response a large number entered surreptitious- "The department is liej wrote, "that word has gono torth through Ir.dij aiid certain portions of; Asia ar.d the adjacent islands that i this is the promised land. From tlie: Philippines came a report last spring Asiatic exclusion. DRASTIC LEGISLATION' IS CANADA Secretary .Wilson says that- 3 con- n-.ovement eiists in India sil thousand or seven thousand It looks as if someone "had it in'1 for Edmonton -elsewhere to gam admission to lha i ready to start for the police officials, and that Ihc simply plays into their hands. land nt the first sign oi the main open Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes FURTHER INFORMATION WPIT .10 mayor's action StatesTthat Canaja has leg- lislat'-d even in more drastic manner WOULD CLOSE HACK DOOR is profosed in bills HOT pending in the congress, and that it ths Hic- Secretary Wilson recommer.ded tlial 'doo movcrnent is not- chccVed by leg- legislation should specifically Mslation, not only in California beyond possibility ol a doubt. Lellibridqc will shortly visited by Superin-ithe west it will he affected, "asclima-illlat the words "Hindoo laborers' company being organized. This we think would be a pity. It is no business of ours except on the broad lines of v.hal is best for a community. The city is not large enough for two such so- i'ieties. Far better -would it he lo concenlrate than to divert local talent so far as the final out- fcome is concerned. Let there be in Ibis as in all jhings a pulling logelher for !f two associations arc considered necessary .then the only proper division would be into op- eratic and dramatic. Let there be an operatic] ;nul a dramatic company, each on its own lines. Such a division appears appropriate in lemlint; lo bring together the hvo forms of talent and providing scope for each. fendent Miller, who has charge of technical edu- cation in Alberta, in 'an advisory capacity for the province. Technical education along practical lines, together with prcvocalional courses of study are beginning to occupy an important place in our cducalionnl system, and with men like Mr. Miller at the helm, excellent results should he produced. The old way of luniing a boy loose on Ihe public after his schooling is finished, and leaving him lo find his own par-; i tic and Industrial conditions in the sou constitute a new, a distinct excluded! them states and other sections of the Mass, and he suggested amendments Union offer an extensive field lor a i effectually lo close the "back dour to SECOND WARRANT left Kdmonlon tt'cdnrsday about 'J.'-XI in the morning. 1'av'uig Eecutcil bail .Jtiiljo "f that city im thr bjil heinp tn- turriahle at Ktimonli'n oji the ir.i5 Moml.iy "I lie isejjctal's ifepardncnl Ontario Inrn- ISSUED tonlicr 0( getlini; Hughes rlow.i Lnion oner an extensive nem lor a .w MAW wAwrFn IN IIMIOM l IPF people can come in. practically continental United States, which Ilia- CATION s unlimited numbers, failure to dus ar.d some other classes of aliens' INVESTIGATION Jeparlsnrnt in A ht.ln." sal. a Kcn- are now attempting to make of the ________ associated with Mr. Duictnet liculnr niche in life, is faal disappearing. a moment Inn soon either. Xol How to Make Better Cough Syrup than You Can Buy A Family giipplr, Guarnntecil. I Philippines." Declaring that the lerra Asiatic i Toronto, lienc-h jlaborer Is too indefinite lor practical jn.irrant for the nrrcsl oi Dr. 1-. 1 administrative purposes, tlie lhi? niolning. "I dn' not kTuc.t, Itugl-es is, anil I ilon'l Uiink ,crtiv, ri [s his tary that new of the deiunct Union l.ii'e, ami cit the ptrscnl (ion one as "a native of an) -Iwantcil in connccticii the critn-. istrict or island accent jinal proceedings whrcli ime arisen OUH POINT OF VIEW th Heiv is an cnlighlening paragraph found in j ic department of (lie Minneapolis .lour-1 rr.sde at f.omc. To-j Somebody iiclually gol Bill Finley's goal. bill sold his famous Angora. 11 is cold but you don't feel is if yon jiappcn fo have a well filled coal bin. The mayor of Medicine Hal is opposed free wheat. Now isn't that a tragedy. Our old friend C. G. K. sots the Jimes coming again, and few ran see clenrei1 Hum Jlhe same Mr. Nourse. nal of Sunday: Charles K. Lewis CM. received (lie follow- ing from their Winnipeg correspondent: "The question of free wheat was temporarily disposed of yesterday, by ;i vole of 102 against 57, or ;t niiijorily of ogaitisl Hie proposllion. Tbis can again he brought up at Ollavru in Itie budgel. wbii-h will come up in six weeks or two months, hut il is not likely tlinl llic rf.sull then will be materially diffcrrnl, as yesterday's jvolc did not shtiw Hit- full slri'iiglh of casleni i Canada, as some nf Ihc nicinbrri. were absent. The. question would thus to he disposed of cro-jp, ivhooplrer co-Jgh, Eore iurgs, as- thma. hoai-Hws ar.-l other throat Irou- Jlir two just laxative, tnousli to he'.p cure a cwgh. Alao nlmuUUs the oppc- tile, v.Mch Ii usya'ly by a co-.igh. The lasts 13 IilC'-inr.t. Tho effect of plr.B ar.fl sugar tytjfi on. th.a mcmhranca Is hnOTm. Ttncx ths most valuaWe cc.-Dpoiiirl of while ilch Jn ail tho tlr.r.s not TTOIV In this formula. i reclp2 l! country or d thereto, situated east oi a lir.e com-'out ol H.c invcaligatif.n, lias of the Red, Mediterranean, sued bv .linlice LalcMnnl. Aegean, Marmora, Black nml Casplnn "'i'nis v.-arranl has been made a lit- j seas, the Caucasus and Urn! inonn- He broader than Ihc lirsl _M tains'ami the I'ral river, tim'fclatfi! Counsel Duvernct Ihis exception of Turkey in Asia, but nnt Imornins; in court. 1 exclude aliens nhosc immigration "As yd, cvpryune srcins In he. in I to trie United Stales is regulate.! by I'louM as lo the r.f Dr. i (or existing agreements as to passports. Ife was suppijifl to have j (Juuen'fi VnheieJIy Iljiyilpa scholar this venr rt ill jMhin Cunlon Oum- of Lyii, wlm putofe'l tlie unlver- ii IM1. mill in i-lnsElfn- J. A. W. Allnn. 12tli York Hatigors, Toronto, hai1 boon niaile bri- Infantry Hrlgmlo.. ilce' I.lent.-l.'ol. A. 0. relirc'1. A FORTUNE IN FURS I Kdmonton, Feb. eight! teams of mooae (Irajgins as rnnny Blelghs, Colin Fraser. well known fur trailer of Ihe north, aicornpanltrl by twenty .irrivpd Albabaacu jestcrday morning with a cargo oi fur, tho value of which uannot lie jnuoh less than hiinilre'l dollnra. They had come all tho way from Port Chtpweyan, a distanto of COO rnllos, in the coldest kind of wea- ther, tno thermometer once descend- ing to sixty below zero. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE [for the balance nf tliis year." l-'rco. wlu-iil will not mnlcrinlizc. because oasl- i-rn Canadian inrmhcra say nut! 'flip wcslern fanner proposi'S, but the uikrost-riih-il pases. Pltasanl, isn'l il. throughout the United Slater ind Can- ada. The plan haa been Imltv.t-J, b-j! the s'jMMafu! fcrrr.'jra lias nevei fcftn CTjaleJ. A rJaranty ratilfacllon or H for yft-i. If r.ot. scr-3 1 FlR'H Ce., Oat NAME Crop's N'tst Repress Crort Nest T-xpitas Local Local Effective Oct. M. AltltlVALS rno.M UUK TO ARR1VR 511 507 Lot nl ...Kootcuay l.aridir.s ...MctHclrtc Hal............... Hat .23.1D 4.35 ..15.21 .19 Ij .'.' aUTAUTUUKS 1____________! so. 1M3 NIPPED IN THE VOUNO BUD Mexico City. Fcb, seizure of stores of aminr.nilion hern ie re- gfirdeil as navlr.g nipped in Uii'l an uprising In tuvor of Kiillx 547 NAME VOll Crow's t'.xpresn............ Mcillcine Hal ('row's Nest Lnnti Ixxal ...........................Mrrllelno Hal r.oral Loral [via DUB TO UKI'AHT ;