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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 8S � i if LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD  X ' ESTABLISHED bECSMBER liWfc v fublUl^ed by tht�-uet,hbrl(*0�'M�ralil Publl.hlno Co;, -Ltd., every lawful everi|no^,lts Qfflce, Sixth Street, LethbMdoe, Alberta} Canada. ~ ' '" "* W. A. BUCHANAN ----- ^Managing >6lredtl�r ; T. w) OUA-YUE . Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE - Business Manager �PHONE: ; Editorial. Repprtorlal And News Department 1224 PHONE: 'Advertising Circulation And Job Department* 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES X year, delivered ....... $4.00 1 year, by malt ......... 13.00 C months, delivered ..... $2.00 , . ,, 3 mouths, delivered, ..... fl.00 6 months, by mall...... 11.50 1 month, delivered ...... 35c. 1 month', by mail ......- 25c Addresses changed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given. V. ; THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Le'thbrtdpe-Red -Cross Drug. & Medicine Hat-^L. M. Northern. I�?v, ^ESiJL 1 ^.0?eatitv11 Cranbrook, B. C.~BeattIe and & Co.;. Jackson 4 Co.; Alex- Atchlnson. andra Hotels People's Drue ,. J f x r- , , , store; Kenny & Allln. Clarasholm--Q. Tu. Reinecke r.laeleod-Young; & Co.; R. IT.. D Wdc*C'*^"D,ftm0nd plty Hamilton.  T p,Dch!T * M1{ohe"t i^Wi.rr Wlde Taber-WeatlaJte" Bros. '-SSg' CC^mSan^Aiberta DrU* * B��k Spokane^The- Jamleson" News company , Co.. 7Q5 JilveraUlo Avenue. Fernle, B. C-Percy Beat AI�o pn all C.P.R. train* THE WEEKLY HERALO Published ever}- Wednesday in eight or more pages, and contains a summary of the news of tpe week, loc^i, and. district..... 1 year in advance.........i S months Jn.advance-.�..,. Me 6 months In advance ........Tic J Action about the-finances qf the province all. being to the bad.' : The Case of General- Sjipkles rpjffiB SENTIMENT aroused in the .X case of General .Sickles raises the question whether such show of feeling is altogether a good thing ; in the m atter of public ^morality., An? alyzed this sentiment is nothing more 'than a melodramatic one raised'by the �� getting of the object which has aroused * It, arid ae such there cannot but (heajBj arjtificlaliflar.br; about it which �cannot be wholesome. General Stickles has been charged with embezzlement of twenty-three .thousand', dollars of trust funds, left in his charge for the erection of a monument to the /men. north and south, who fought in r. .the Civil wars.' He -misdirected this money for his own private use, and iinow;'.after long years, the guilt is brought home to him. - � Considering his advanced age from merely humanitarian motives puniah-. hient Should be out of the question. j.^Bufci.:apart from looking at it with 'this view there has been an endeavor rfo rouse * fueling of pity for the aged 'cnlprit. ^The memory of his heroic deeds is made a sufficient reason for .Ijhis call; -It may well be asked js, this sympathy justifiable. If it is, it would-be a dangerous allowance - pf extenuating circumstances in case of a man who," having deserved well of his country,-, afterwards followed the path of the: transgressor. This would he -a dangerous sentiment if allowed to. ha.feg.arded in .practice. Itjs not necessary to dwell on the whims of an old man in refusing the offer of,-.payment made by his wife and son, on condition that he dismissed his housekeeper; what we are concerned-with is the evidence of a mawkish sentiment anxious- to ,^og3nam of ^Industrial Policy a little Si^fe'^pmgv'. concrete �:shape and form., As "' .' .far^as-we. are-^aware there has'been "-it with the near approach of ^M^prug^there is a danger that djBcusT ^Hf^^ich is likely to be prolongejl1 '/i ^|)^?'.vI)oss'bly.: delay aetion in 6ther| J'-.1 ''directions, and when the -power pTob^i  ^em is-solved other cities which ar6 4- fStmpeting with us will have got away ' -a|iead. It would be sufficient to reach . a* standard and with that make use i;.;i .pother tangible inducements in51�4 1 \ yj&y* of bringing in manufactories. ', ' "^Ith an industrial site with, the necessary facilities definitely laid down,  or^at any rate a definite -date fixed i^?:M:';:fdrisVttiore than a -probability that thV-Wg-elevator "spoken of in the scheme of the government will be located b^re, iThis is something to lay hoid.of; and to make the most of. It "is. npt-lhec jssary >to: speak of how this will'Influence milling concerns. . If it is 'possible for the mayor to obtain -some definite statement from .the C. NiR,. and the G. T. P. as to the assuranqe of their ooming into Xie^hb^ldge^ hu would be well advised in seeking to obtain this information, which will _ be of much importance. It,;i,s true that the mayor is much tied to ; the council chamber, but if arrangements could be_made for tem-poraiy/a;iiijence Jtor th^ puxoose of in-i teryj^gjo'r fur meeting the Industrial CQBSmiBsioner io disousg and bring matter^' Jo- *;Mpncluaionv with tu manu-if^CturerViit^rilj: ,be: of great help, -. ^,};Fpurteenjdho'us>nd and one hundred idj4ls4%�%^f91^'^PSi]|>era, was; the sum spentyln�nublicity_ last -year j^this :U!i!S'^^'-IW^^^w-"vl*-1**swd 10 .t^^DrJJ^a^tjig Congress., .'it is now liipe^Jbiat;^-"s^boald be reaping- the beneflPj)f;^r$ 'outlay. And this calls fo|! a spee'd^ and an aggressive industrial p'ollcxi, There' is" no reflection intended on the present council .In, saying, thai nearly, six 'weeks have passed, and there is. nothing in the way of an outline of the industrial program- If we are informed aright there are some half-dozen or so Industrial propositions'to be-entered into, but the want of a definite policy makes it a little, difficult how to deal with thenv. That action o( some kind,, and immed-, iate action, is, necessary is,. evident. We are' in a race where much depends on the first off. The Herald. does not intend taking the place of civic adviser, but as a public organ working for the welfare of the city it makes itB sug* gestions in an only reasonable spirit. They are left for consideration to the wisdom of the mayor and council. .; OUR POINT OF VIEW jThq Ontario legislature opened yes-1 erd.a,y andfr^h'e little .squabble about jit?TOform'w,ill sodn be"-on. lLAtJie^paMdian^Northem is gO' %>jBta^our. yay.'this year, and !aS^''^P5DiP'ajing.^ It will be i^QfcGialchen thinks the What a'disinterested and truly: selfish 'patriot Harold'is. The Caigary' papers are busy working'up, a.big railway campaign .in �wbieft'Calgary is the radiating centre. Of course. � " ft doesn't "take much brains to He Slid that "is-probably why certain pa; are so well flUod.with Misrepresentation (Winnipeg, Free Press) Here is the Toronto News chortling again over Mt. Borden's wonderful achievement in getting a Canadian representative upon the Imnerial Defence committee. After laa'djng the Borden naval policy the News says: "Equally --constructive is "Mr. Borden's proposal that a Canadian minister shall have regular access to the Committee of Defence and the Imperial Ministry of-foreign Affairs in regard to all .matters affecting the welfare of the ,ffive  nations under a common flag." , Vet it has beeR officially shown that Mr. Borden's achievement-whether remarkable or not-is two. years old and is chargeable .to Sir W.Ilfrld X-au-rier and the ether Pominiqn^remlers who met in conference ^''jLiOndpn. in 'the-summer of 1911,, ' .' 'V ^ �All^ that .Mr. Bord^n.slias- dpne has ieento permiV'tfie mfsr^presentations of the scope"*nnd effect of Canadian representation upon this committee. He has thus encouraged the misconception that -by being tbns." represented Canada has secured; an effective measure of 'control over . the foreign policy of; the Empire. The facts are, of course, that .this committee has nothing 'whatever to do with foreign policy as Mr. Borden was informed by "Mr., Asqulth and by the Colonial Secretary last summer.; .This-fact is plainly set forth in Mr. Harcourt's despatch which was- recently made public at Ottawa...... The Missionary In the Movement for the World's Peace ' (Spokane Spokesman Review); What are the -churches doing to promote the organized movement for the peace of the world? President Capen of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions replies to the question. John W. Foster, author of "American Diplomacy in the Orient/' affirms that "up to the middle .of last ceritury, the. missionaries were an. , labsplute �necessity, ,to diplomatic .intercourse^' One missionary, translated; WjiaatonteJ and Woolsey's and other men's hooks-about International law into Chinese,;, these Being reprinted iu Japanese, anal thus Bhow.ed the statesmen 6f Japan' and China that western .nations In] their mutual dealings recoguize 80.in-'Pawns of Imperial loss!- -Foriged star and livid tcreacent ib^Rtde out against the cross. | Like monks the peaks stood leaning -.'. -;Oyer the roar and hum.' :"." Time spake: "The hour is come!" :HIb thin yoico, intervening, / ' Struck all tjie nations; dumb, PARM U0AN8 FOR RENT . 860 acre'tfavm for rent goith of Grassy Lake. All of Section if), and snuth half of 19, Township 8; Range 13, Will-furnish seed and take.ijjalf of-the crop. , *srn� O. T. LATHROP taffarO Blo�H farms Loam Money To Loan Oil/improved property and for building T|ie C. B. Bowman Agency V ACADIA-BLOCK PHONE 1325 i CEEPEEAR V.new industrial sub-division of \ ' . ; Medicine Hat ,r ... 50 JFt Trackage Lots $40.0 each TERMS'QNE-THIRD CASH, BA LANCE 6 Affti'iZ "MO"NTH^ ;,;'''f iVj-VAce^Ft.!.''.-*:? r* . '';>napr., itrma, 'See, ri * The Weber Agency FALBERTA BLOCK FIFTH STREET Iii.ThtaQg. t^paths of, pillage J'.'-kan'i.lfka, a^aWtence red;  .The, wqif � w&B; strangely f^ed Within tlje shattered village And.'-hQ)vle4'.;Tat)Qv� Uie dead. ' - '- � .; ' Afar w:ith.;.tuyatj'BleBo\.tng:. By tjiR' -BW^ Bpsphorits,,. , ' '^e'an,;9f5,,-yatj:yalor�us,i, Stamboul, In evil  dreaming-'. Lay still and ominous.;?/ O'er ^e black town,and -water, O'er: dome snd minaret,. � Banned by-tl)e, Planets' threat, And dark with ancient slaughter, The horned moon 'waned, and-set. � * i . �' ... rrrrHarper's. ' Save Systematically _ "Hapilazai|^|^casi^^ ' ', Buying v;'s:e^|it-',^5^. It!s>|he-, stgatly, persistent, regular depositing of so many dollars CANADA Palif-gp CanllalTileterfo Fund OJjd UniHldfd^romi^icr) Jo\i\ hsudk (ftwr) WW I t|ie^:I|}terest wWch is added every, six months  , ft... WNN^^JMJrtSK �ajaBMi. , � ........... . :i-^r^v^Umm^:m-M:-.^^ Ht'YaVU ItETHBRIPGE branch SRAQW lak^-branch . BKAJNCp, rr.w. ashe, ;