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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE fcETHgfriDUE I>Ail.y Thursday. February fl� 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD '.; ""ESTABLISHED DECEMBER MOT ,.. v ubllahed by the *LathfaHdoe He>attf Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful -averting at Its offloe, Sixth Street, tethbrltffle, Alberta, Canada. Ma/iafllno Director-T. W. QUAYL.E X- ... Manasing, Editor � JOHN TORRANCE -Butlnes� Managar PHONE: Editorial, . Reportorlal : And Newa Department 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation 'And Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year, delivered*'*......$4.00 il year, by mall .;...,>.. �3.00 6 irionths,.delivered ..... se.00 . ' Mi, 3 months, delivered, .... $ 6 months, by mall ...... �1.50 l month, delivered...... 36c. 1 month, by mall ____ 26c. Addresses changed ao often as desired, but both new and old addresses must be given, . ; THE DAILY HERALD P.OR SALE AT iLethbrl'dfle-^-Red Cross Drutr & W 1* |M.*V OUR POINT 7 tJE; -VIEW The finances of Alberta "woi'ld.stand' very favorabiia^comparison' wlth'those* of some:~or.tb.e,.mo,re -ardenttCrlticB..' Gentlementhe City Cou>icil,'4t* Ish time ta>'nHafc�}aj not^e1 about the'lndus-trial policy.,*' &i^/({ui\^y consistent,- but'he ;sa'auldn't. e&act' &veryone else to-'|W  -* The properfcy^hdlilBfs -id' jLkthbridge -are �BUe^^o^^t^^/to,5l^Jsiit.^me on polling"* aayi in money ^byla^s a*#'(H the/MortMs bo" Piled-on without uavliig ^say' in the ;mattbrvahdv\ln >tnis .negari^ethbridse property^hold-l publi& �ye J LATE DR. NESBITT Now that he is dead anecdotes galore are being, of the .late. Dr. Beattie Nesbitt, of ..Xoronto, who prob. ably in a comparatively short time made; a bigger splurge in -the yellow type of,politics, .which "ijomin^tes Toronto than any bthiSr man;Drj Nesbitt *und�^too(if-|^ certain order* in * the Queen Gity, and Aol- Q.m.^nf.'rw; he worked it for all .it .was worth. Act OH the Suggestion Any pne conversant with Ontario poll j.TF ANY- EMPHASIS is* needed for (aepessary definite information. The tics know that-tBe'order referred to J. our reference editorially to the I case of Medlcin* Hat is well cited, in Js nothing but ^donkey, engine for lite �::> necessity of some assurance being "obtained from the C.N.R. and G.T.P, � , with Tegai'd to their policy of bringing '^Ihelr lines into L,ethbridge,it. is aP> /^'T^'^ S^"tb>i'kWwm be intro-g^'^S/t^^^? Ontario 'l^sislatUEe :vi|^4,Jhi3'session proyiding_for;-the pay.'f ?,*sment ot :fees..,to|nhysh^ians for .rjepprt-ing>.of :,'c6mmunjcable � diseafteB. -\toV lookr;upon it ..'.as' the only Impractical jmethoddt seourlng accurate. . records as to the extent, increase, or. .decrease, of these diseases. ^' The trouble is stated to be that i^whiWvthe''Public- Health Act requires �r? a physician to report to th� local -as?health;ii authorities all cases of com-' ^imunicable > disease, it is- not lived up .thoroughly,) and: the monthly jft'i a^tunnsatQ^he' Provincial Board vary to, ^pnisKAixke^est^a^ ki#n.cqmpl?)e;^that>it,1s dlfflcult to find ilf^Uifo'exactl^iiwhak^ondiUonB^ v^EipartiCularly/the. case with -regard' asw^tuber�nlnsw;-5*.iy�.^v.v. 5 ^^I^',^c(;';remefflVer.;:right...there 'was; '^ftsomeihtng' of a-complaint inthe_ last ggfepg^tsot4tb.e",.JocaJ.;.; officer of heaitli.' .ffegri; the aante lines, In that while com-^(�imnnlcabl6t cases Qf what have been g^qch0pme&'_ to be regarded as viriflent di^seaaes, such as diphtheria, and scarlatina; never failed to be reppried4 of Ontario, and he ,was in; no way backward in t^x^Bsing^It : Nesbitt gaveGamey th^^hole credit for stampeding the Grits,' It was Gamey's story. that turned the'. Liberals iri wholesale, numbers party, and it was' of course' !>}e"s|itt who kept Gamey in^the limelight. >The doctor, 'would have it that Whitney or? ar,e.ifta^way diffOTenVft-oifl '$0% fato^h|^m^emcutest " ' r*r �.A correspondent.from .the;PasssC|fn^ [ sures Charlie O'Brien,...: J�^�.^�;.^^ passing the hat at his,;meetjm^wi^h^ ' corresponclent must fno.t ipeg^t :ihatj Charlie's 'paif|y as y6t--h.a^jn'o'ricM' men'-tfr corporations-' ib dfg up";' aiid*| beBidesi.thel^on'tilbutlons are' ^volun-trry: and?diii?f rh?nd does not need' to throw In a8, nrckle unless ha, feels Ilka,! It ..^.-.V4?' f ' -In ; ptta^^f the Tory machine, in what is;' kndjrn us ,,,lo\x#r,.town,,1.^.ap pare'nily-^Srted- to*,all :manper:. of naughty triojts inan *-efforp * .ele.qE the French:.Caiia"lianv!canttidate>'Vforl mayor. The trlcks^trWs.;itimei*dfte>^o:- against the  prcfej8joiu>l%'�^*4^^ ixer who was Vlejaifed^aiid^hB^llSil now the mischief torp^^S^I^^ th'o Liberals are ge^ng^'^i^iiidcr light on what* they a^upl^^lnstiXJn' election day. '' first rooms north of the old llbrafy "round house.,r* Here the - students would foregather, and sit by N"eibltt'8 fireplace.^ One of the most prized ar^ tides in the room was a Sun^pWSred mantel-cloth, extremely ugly, but very sacred, since It was a symptom, of,the'' Oscar Wilde-aesthetic craze.' ittdj^ who visited these rooms when:a:young? girl, to attend a dance, teUsrhow^in; a feminine spirit, she was- spying about and found the space undertone' of the beds packed ;tight'ywltb rtiiriV laundered garments,  V iV'. '., Or.-Nesbitt an Auctioneer � If a resident student was vJjgWp\t[t Nesbitt undertook to auction lOff-'-'nis-1 effects; and^ he'invariably secure^ar; Jsi more'for them'than they.were'WSirtb. ... Justifiable Calm Nesbitt was" a great organize^-'and r:.v (Ottawa Free Press) was famous for the schemes -by which - There's something of an agitation he assisted any of his fellow-students ,invOttawa to have grand'opera audi temporarily; embarrassed.�'�.....i- :ences get to the theatre in time so His reckle>snes8 was proverbial"., .that- musical passages won't be spoil On a bet; he stripped naked and wad- -ed by the'noise of people coming ed In deep snow around the universityj Jate. The agitation is all right, but college quadrangle. On another-occa--->we know that many a "theatre party slon someone wagered-tJiat-.Nesb'tt, rarrives late because a collar button was not strong enough to throw his refuses to be driven into a dress piano out the window. Unaided^he shirt. ... \ succeeded, in getting the instrument balanced^on, the window sill; and-&e;^ow Th Fee, ,n. Manitoba Just Now bet was hurriedly considered won. , c .....(Winnipeg Tribune) In the" Norfl^w- Rebellion - - ..Canada's gifted son, Rev. C. Cf. Gor He was tbe-it�s>I�6w sp.rit In-ths d~n (Ra, , Connor) has spoke ln de. university corps' - hat went --to, ;tfie: t of. integrity,, of clean- Northwest-Rebellion His'- tent In neas lQ ,ltlos and ,purlty ln our which were his intimate' comrades, courts *as better provided for thin .eyen': Jt is" a dellverance that in its read-those of the offlcersv; If'anythlnrwas,^- thrins^ -of ia The Standard Securities Co. L ! Real Estate and Investments filters oi Morningside Safte-lli-115 Sherlock Bldg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 Just a-JM^ Lots ^?fct>ice Locati0nsin' jBlocks 154, 155, 156,T 157, .  ::i58, 159, 163," 1*6^- 17! and 172 at from *~ $175 to $550 per lot. Easy terrjis WILSON & SKEITH * OPPOSITE-ALEXANDRA. HpT-EV"':; C. P. R, AGENTS Reilable Flra* Offices Reprer sented by us.'" RHONE 1343 J What Qthers T*!M there was aonje laxity in\the matter of 'tnllder~ though equally" communicable ^complaints. As to tuberculosis we have a suspicion, though we may hadn't enough shrewdness to see the be wrong in hinting it, that some phy- political .ralce'.o'f.':Mrr'.a.Jb'6or,i./w.lthout/;mincing there Is the'fe.eling that such a step words -over;itvvand.-.uWd*;to^say that TVouldSlJe hargiyi fair M that it "would Whitney's favorite- treatment of his amount to forcing a'pnysician to give, followers "who- 'had 1 won-'his- victory hhi.tlme toAjjake reports ;for which was to-slt reading a-'newspaper when ,he ,receiyes"s!,nfthing.V 'This is a rea- they wereln-the office-'andanswering This is a Bqnable contention, which has led to the consideration of enacting legisla-, tion for the allowance of fees to phy-slcians." It Is a provision which Bhould'be'lji force in all places where it inot-at-n'resent recognised. - "The Discpverw-.6j Qeiiius F'/ %*^BAl^D}3.VB3JJSZKB, the -one?.' $> ' W^mft&i "'Wa'gnetian - 'tenor;'- \\, oI^tob, in a' 'despatch to ihe New| 'sSVOrk" (World,  that the,;discoverer cf) "genius deserves the"gratitude ot^han-^ � ^ind In scarcely less - degreev than the/f Renins hjimself. He Bays.; "We raise-'^ottpments;-to:'the .inyentorB, of the; ,-,*�prld, the diacoverer of. a- new "soien i*ftJ^aCi*facb-':the'.inTentor 'of: a .new ma-i ; -Vhine,- the originator of a new cure1 for. ftihuman^'iljs--these men -we honor andi ' 'decorate. But what recognition Isi the person who, finding strugi lgUngi(talent, assists,'that talent to l|s fpll' fruition? 'The Discoverer of entusIS'/Whatp, a 'fine Inscription to _ a^et'upon a monuineritl" ?-;'5*"-.'^S ^^^^'-Jbes&C'h^evvr in ,the dec-f i|ajra;tion �rheiv: makes, - and expects the pyojld^o'j keiee ^vith him,' the immpr--[ ^Mttjr'he-.olaims for the- discovererJo^ l^^gfaiusvOf-'-sbng,-which:�'��^e'-'.:Yu^ sp^mariiy in -view, might be extended; M^any'1 directions. ~The dls^oyerieii ^^Sr|gQrjc|4d.;^ghji;,:,wj^ snjt.'clalm the distinction ins fy^wiliBWwrer of an individual with a^beaunfql4vdice. certainly confers a ;bjgon-rlBu!tlt.difficult to imagine' that,she''is 'entitled tb anything more! when- compared "with men whose in-vehtidhs^and d}Bcdveri�B 'have earned; fortthepjj tfee monuments reared. A mental: running over'of names famil-: iar-.ftnougli'Mflribe* sufficient to con-flrm.thls opinion. ,, ^eal^eniuB,eB, .as a rule,i-rise. abbvej ,yieir" pjreumetances. . .The particular jWtji?!^ ' J ean de Reszke I has "shpn"e;':is> jomethingvof an exception, aiid it sleft for a suitable,ac kno.wledgf menjt" of ihe diacoverer of a MlWiWUlproym-vhiniBelf purely " "*' '�- *' ' ii--*" *� i'.'''T...'I ~i__.'.T � most . illustrate the qualities which, characterized him always. At, thfe/TJnlv.erslty vof' Toronto, from which he graduated inl'lSST, he �was leader ln^many things," 'jniechev-ious apd oth*rw,isei; It is'a significant fact that Nej.bltt's yearja); college were among'the most, fruitful in the university's history - in clever, brainy men. .....',- ��:::���>��:��._, His apartments-were situated in the west wing of^.he main building, In the fcthftTposseMors'ofjta�e,|,d|B ntereBted. At bept In .^he ci^cum-' ^rVSidf-com^^^^^ ^ only'entitled to ;in>|^t-ih^;benVfi.t] cvla,iioipJ'�giye'a'r-*s^ o^nlj pa^jtyely^fe^',a^d?i 'analpgy^.betwefn|; * discoveries-" he: ^dufilngfvarlfty so BBmexb�VKsconiK>''>o^' mm lacking, NesbittI-/would= "get ' ftV -'Her carefully cultivated the frlenditoip^rof,' one of the officer's cooks, attd>secured a small: cooking stove for �he"prlvdte^ use o'f himself and. friends; About' dusk he 'would disappear with asack,v and return later-'with chickens and other provisions? ""Physically .he was a-giant. And morally^, he kept;many af spirit from drooping in the rough'life-experienced on that trip.  The escapades he planned and engineered around -the college: make the present lively fames-''look - like � calisthenics. To celebrate some- event he-and. his comrades sucoeede'd" in, plac- J lng a cow in the4op flat of the'univer-' sity tower. It took two days .'to get the'animal down.-' �.  He Hated a Molly-Coddle Nesbitt was as big-hearted5 as anyone but he could not stand a mollycoddle. .One of'the resident^students "detested" tobacco. He pers'uaded'ithe, youth- to, have '-his toom-painted 'and: papered, and when , this was done, a dozen of the studenta.... came. ?ln to spend the evening;'andi"christen".the-' room. They smoked for .hours, scenting the hangings and carpets beyond help. They b't^ewed ashes, andtipbacj; co everywhere, and,to cap;:alli-performed 'artistic. cu'spidorean''>feits ,on the white enamelel,-fireplace*- -and mantel. This -.anecdote M 'Ivague .in, its conclusion, >as to whether-the'.8oft; youth moved, of adopted f.^he' smoking habit. � ',-. *>� In spite of the care-free,.,"!^ fte led at college, Nesbitt was no^ slacker, as a scholar. His'i'father.s grandfather, and great grandfather, had"'all 'been medical practitioners .before1: him; hence he took^-to" the vstudy-of medicine as a duck,,to water.;" v :,.'' As one doctor ;s"ald of him: VNesbltt has forgotten more than-:' we' ever knew." .'." '' .'..'''� FARM L.0AN8 FOR RENT SeOaoi'e farm for rent South of Grassy Lake,, AH of; Section "80, and south half of 19, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish seed'; i i"nd'take" half of the crop.  '" '" :" " (" O. T. LATHROP  V�*m~umA ' ;' .. 'Stafford Blook WWKoana . (s-'f-'v'i.': ' true Canadian spirit,  *It is a-:deHversi.nce of such a charac Jen that it grows in strength as It is re-read.. It will, continue to gr,ow. in-strength. -,. ... .-' � -.Right is all-powerful over wrong. Justice will always triumph over, injustice. I. People must never imagine that opportunism or ill-gotten power will' long triumph over right and- justice. 'Manitoba in her public affairs is1 suffering from a political plague. The big. plague germ is making a great nplse, spluttering and- spattering 'here and there. . . Dr. Gordon's deliverance contrasted? with Premier Roblin's rant is as the gospel alongside the yellow-backed dime novel. It is next to impossible to reflect upon the terrible prostitution of Justice "in this province, for which � Premier Roblln takes full responsibility, and at the'same time retain'a dignified cairn. � : , .-, Money To Loan On improved property and for, "building purposes. - - - - " the G. B. Bowman Agenpy ACAD,IA BLOCK; the' tribute tpf" being' a/ patron and ^sHould" be ^ntent with" the ' eulogy 4haiiVdsi't'6a'bTlngs. The great' Rom-HrK poets', Wrgll - and Horace, - pwed |>*mueh, tp Maecenas,- and; his liberality k^aTued''fbI.''hipti,'the gratitude of those -dayBst;'And.'"when the'Ylfecoverer of sthfe^nluV.qfftJti* ^entler.arts becomes ,bls patron, he will be entitled'to the 's$n*e, But in a way which will fall snout -oka 4nopumont.t� O T I C E make a. Specialty of. Portraiture; and Home iij^jlliojit Photography^ in ;;tafein^f-Banquets, PaMe'si >^e^Sings,-etei;'.  , ; 0n;u8 for particulars, prices/ ofc*S Photogra CEEPEEAR Th e new; industrial sub-division: of '�y^mkt::,.S Mejdicjne Hat : k v 50 i^^TrackageXots $400 each TERMS^0"VMoney isn't the only thing.;' ^"Oh, I don't know. It's the only tiling I seenrto lack.'' It Depends "Could you learn to love me?" "I don't know," replied the girl. ''What la your particular system of Instruction?"-Washington Herald. 0O6 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Unusual "There's something queer about her divorce." ''/'She got It all right, didn't she? What's queer about it?" "She doesn't seem to have another man picked out to marry."-Washington Herald. Familiar f Yeast-Did your wife read the riot met. to you last night? ' Crlmsonbeak-"No." ' ... i Why, yoir thought she would when ybti got in j late, didn't you? "Oh, no, She doesn't have to read it to me now; she knows it by heart, -Yonkers Statesman. 1  -"-.' Wanted One- /'Captain,'' said- a wealtHy ; paBsen-^er who was about to -take his firsjt; (trrp across -the- ocean, -"-l understand itjils .ship has got severaliwatertight .'compartments.'.' .;� �� ��-'..-.r"-,-.-; ��- --..v �-. $10, $20, $50, $100, $200 . - --with the 'ex&rr'eq^valent in the moneys of the principal copntnes tfrtff ' on'SieOfaceach cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self* Wetftifyitifr ia^y "egotiated, , , .*< e Branch - - C 6* VmHh- ^* ft �'   J- * ;