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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rv.i.\.si?.1e.t.,.,_______........ THE LETHBJR,!DGE UA1JLy flERAtP.. Friday February 7, 1913. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its office, Sixth Street, L4thbrfdge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing. Director. T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORBANCE Business Manager PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlai-And New* Department 12 24 PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 1252 I. year, delivered ....... $4.00 6 t months, delivered ..... $2.00 3 months, delivered, .... $1.00 1 month, delivered...... 35c. DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mall ......... $3.00 $ months, by mall ...... $1.30 1 month, by mail ...... 25c. �i-b-.r'-z'-* 9* nttr-Ti as desired, but both now and old addresses mus| be^ajiveu. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALS AT OUR POINT OF VIEW Lot us have a power policy at once. Let Sights. North Lethbridge have the Staffordvllie has 1400 people and very little debt. Why ahculu the city j hesitate to say the fateful word to such a charming wooer. Lethbridge leads the way in this province Mn its magnificent manual training school!' The building and equipment are'fl credit' to the city. ... ..... ... . i t.j.... . That man from Missouri who wrote a Jetter yesterday to the Herald hinting'' at $30,000. fees from contractors should be mora specific. What does he -refer to. ' i-. braithhaa'rendered the cause of education in this city. LethbtMdge-Red Cross Drug * Boole Store; J. G. Robertson & Co.;. Jackson & Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drugstore; Kenny & AlliE. Medicine. Hat-L. Cranbrodk, B. C- Macleod-Young & Hamilton. Co.; a W. 3. Mitchell; Plncher Creek-E. d. Tj. McCrea. Taber-Westlake Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug & Book Company. , Fernie, B. C.-Percy Beal. II. Northern. -Beattie and Atchinson, Claresholm-O. L. Relnecke . Diamond City-Diamond City Prusr Col Vancouver, B. C.-World Vide News Company. Minneapolis-Brown * Brown, 219-4th Street Spokane-The Jamieson News Co., .705 Riverside Avenue. Also on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in eight or moire pages, and contains a summary of the news of the week; local ana district 1 year in advance .........$1., $ months in advanc*.....Mc t months in advance ........76c The opening of the Oalbraltb school today reveals as forcefully as possible; the rapid development of the north' part oi tae city. The growth of the school population is one of the best indications, of- steady advancement as a city. Apparently it was the Conservative executive- of the Kocky Mountain-riding which tried to arrange for a-joint candidate to defeat Mr. O'Brien. Query: Which p.-irty would the fuslon-ist support in the legislature, and was 11. E. Lyon'to be the candidate? �"� tVhiie Lenten sothbreness prevails in ahe social -world,-happily it did not prevent a iaTgVdtt,ehcta'nce at'the theatre -Jttst' nfght--trr-hear^"one of the cleverest-men-.on- -the- '--JSagUsh- stage. The* naming of the"'.-..new"' ncrth school after the tormor',: chairman of the boards of ,tuustees^.Taia8;.a.r.graceful recognition "of the services" Dr. Gal- It is an -erroneous impression to think that the bondholders of .the A. � 0 "* "vriv.- rw�,>#.tim� tn the provincial government using their money. The province is probably as good security as the repudiated railway company. The: objection all came from the bank which honored the-cheques of the railway company and was afraid it might have to make good to the province. The question now uris-es who will make good to the bond holders. �1 - andard Securities Co. Real Estate and Investments jrs of Morain Suite HI*:IIS-Sherlock Bldg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 public J�ye ... The fj~>HE OPENING of the educational X institutions today is significant of two things. The Galbijaitb. school, close to the present city'liifil ,: Its, marks the existence of% Greater-: .Lethbridge, for which an outpost has�.; as it were,.been Sung to administer lo the educational needs.of its young population. The school for Manual Training denotes that toe, cltji-- ok Lethbrldge is koepingNpacevwith iaod-jj - era day educational ideas, and fully . appreciates the trend of present i thought in 'what constitutes the scope �(.-',-of practicaiyiistruction�.'.. -. , In Ijais^fiwpect theg-.clty is >ia - a > unique j^$c7uii. 7L "^l"^ the �5&;'r inoe: in t$| -eatabllsbtirentlpf anwjsti- New School? \fnHhat the election ,0^1 fe'3�res'id dent' is Carried on' by the. Senate and" *V.the House of Deputies, and the peoplg :. t h em a el ves ha ve . no.. part br say in t the matter. This faeing?�a,titfttfeeUHg^ �'. of unanimous enthusiasm and^'appro-;'v bariun amongst the -people exf France - over the selection of Monsieur Poln,-. ;�caire is perhaps something to be won-. dered at. . - - A*nart*front the ability, displayed by,. _ . . _i , ". fom^iioa'tlbisj which'.at 'ofle'-time'.Svere Bjafta?his ^dealing! L^hJm'thtfconfidence/bf "all* Frenchmen; J there something-more behind it to justify,;'the- acclamation ;^yen the Impossible In ci'4ei'3toft;,: but* not not? count iipdn nie''if you ask me something against apme one.' Daily he put this 'into � praiciicei^. ^0Heit^i0i0^ei revelation qf;a"S�er-ling.chara^ef'the living up to "which 1^�; ;eirEsfefor -.the present occupier q]Ef Jthe�E^Bfliph- .presidential chair -all th�. enconliunis Which have been, lavished upon! him, not only by his own Si4^? Ipwedlw^en he,.,was,a st;cuggling poll. '7, Ucian of twenty-two," said the mayor, HARRY LAUDER The Toronto Star worked off the following on Harry Lauder/1he noted Scotch singer, who1 was in that city last week." ' ' �� "I love the- dollar - The honny. Canuck dollar, ' And I cling to each dollar that I've got- The Yankees tried to bleed me, : But Toronto Scotchmen feed me- Harry-the frugal'Scot!" ; -Harry Lauder's'"Unsung Songs." . Harry Lauder, who drew 5000 people to Massey Hall last Tuesday, is chiefly noted'for bis thrift. Harry is liable- tp spe^ca^dime almost every E&s Christmas present-to they xay; was a promise that he would retire from'the stage as soon as he had gathered enough siller into the bank to satisfy him. /Lauder declares that.A�n?Tica is a -hard'place ^cultivate.thrift -"Some-^times I am^^inost temp^edito buy'a1 idrink," i�^i^,i^rtc h^^s'said to hayp |�made in^^jrtfwYSjrk r#riently. , ii * While;^, Gothaia, tB^coti^ corned-, ian was walking"-Tip*FlfthWvenue w#th" his wife._ ^ _ # 1: '"A^^hey'T^a^hed'tn&^Stti Street cor^ uer Mrs. Lauder stopped to-look7 at u fine display of flow manag-, er's sleeve ;aria''^nally whispered: � : "Weel, I said''I wud buy ye a drink. I didna' say ^"wud buy drinks for a' your frlen's." Tr, . �lis manageV gladly accepted'the in-ition, and the two turned vinto the. Choice Locations in 1^/it55 j 1 158, 159, 163, 10fi7\ arid 172^t "fi^$-� . $175 to $5S(R^r-l6t E^y t|rms\;;'>T" C. P. R. AGENTS WILSOMWSfcitfte OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL v., .'JRellafrfit.FIro ".ae-hteil'-by us. 'direct legislation. True, Joseph Fels fs' a sosp'maker. He is manufactur-j Ing-an article that helps to cleanse the world and keep it clean. Can the same be said for the output of the factory of which Sir Rodmond Hoblin Is the "presiding genius?" An Effective Way- . � - �  fToronto^Globe)  The -British Columbia-Federation: of Labor: has- declared-.in favor of pre �venting war 'bya�efusing- to-work - To cease working would-'stop war-almost as-.quickly as to cease fighting, - A LMOST DAILY^th'ej-e* appear, ig, >"'.',gt"\ the press-.reports o"f the.doingf of the militant suffrage ties in the British Isles. What might have been viewed with a little amusement  in their initiatory stages nave" now 1 reached such proportions that the nor-malyindlvld'aai must "wonder whether v; Miailita^oy^'has not ttevelopefl' 'iv;!;rU6eaB^fia,sfaan .aggravated � form � o$] _ Vtem^ifl,hysteria, "/^j- \ i',";'lv?i " There^te^niarlness displayed withou| .even a suspicion of method in the out-.:  ifrages daily committed. But the most Ksaunreasonable part , In .the whole; ^scheme of aufivagette ^actlfes � is thaf|: |ii(i?|the'innocent public, who have shad no* ij^'S'harid, or Jart in the matter of delayfi f*p'5*i'ng the Franchise Blll,~have'- beerg |i|madefthe sufferers, The destruction ^P^otsletters' In mail boxes is a senseless ^, Infliction ,of wrong on the undeserv-^iJi'i-j^ig and is.a practice .which cannot JpM-^rall&wtilb'ahave 'X now ' *Domo tc regai'di^l'fcoJnefWdBeiHe^s A. Case of ,-Eelo> De Se "~ "* "* ' ' ;WOjpe4 fpr;3liie vote is evidenced by aiwi .r0.|i icbtil.tcd ^aMhiaeliSfveiiy, sub'staulial lirijus,ti^ Aias-done wh.-n .1 w* ll-odufeated WdV aTgS^i'hced by -militancy.'. We are as assaujt^and^battery, jarson, .window-i^n^shl.nffi a'n^ the destruction of private'.' correspondence. The effect has been -to convince the great majority of men ih^at-typtes,. for. women, would 'be-a--eblossal-folly, and to imbue the electorsc!-hy-whbm the decision must ma4es:ua'Bi6n, some "respectXfbt life alid property and civilized-order, men will be ready to consider the question:: of Woman suffrage on Its lo^jfca^ merits. At present votes for -%0jii4i)'isia'yciuse'tha't has-committed fsulcfde/'' * If,the,signs of the time are'read arightit wjii not be so very long be-Ybre a demand' is made by the Women of tfanada for the privilege of the �ranchlBOt�>, T)ie experience. of, their British �f{8tSiia2-WillIhesufficient to gqide: tlielr policy In urging for this ^teituiretaentj v,4nd:. willprevent them ''|'rona;l'c^mni.|t|i|Jg suoh/apts of'follyijlf, thej 'hbp8^fbr*, the .success, of thelT cauBe^.' -jXhe first steps^ in a peaceful ^na'VS^rl^Rhabie' direction:; have been' ifk^o'ff/^yvthe'^women pf Montreal in 'l^jfip^alng -bfi the Woman's Snffriag-e-'^Ppfo^.f'jWey 'h'avb started oiit'to' bbrivlnce men of the merits of their 4etoanc(',i�/> - ^"jfimpiSgtC. cbhducted in. the spirit pStsVin^guration is more ;ikely to :^'the^i^taiM8^B9e8a' .than:the'frenzied ef-"-� tfo&SmTtPrincipals In the militant And so-Says Everyone-(Woodstock Expressl' Good reputation to a banker-ranks almost, as high, If-. not'equal to, 'his security. Honesty  in business^ is a-sure way to magnetlze-'banlc funds, If applies as much to the farmer, as to the. merchant. - *  v, - As td Cteanlinoss : (Winnipeg Tribune) � Sir Rodmond; talking rather-slightingly of Jose'p'6 -Fels, t)fe^ni[illiohalre soap maker;  STgeuerous' advocate- of "Personal Contact" Printed Matter "Personal , Con tact" is a. potent factor . 4 in-selling. " You^cannQt expect a shabby, faultily dressed salesman to "make joo.i," He lacks the appearance that makes your prospective customer "warm up" _ _ to _him-the Personal Co'.:fact, t'aat inspireB confidence. � Inspires. *"".** v ^confldence in your firm and your p'ro-' . :-' ; ducts. If you desire "confidence-inspiring" Printed fatter.-Literature that has ''tiUttfictJveneu and -personality; confer *-. .with us. �.'� � � ' ';.'�' ' ,. r -"-'y .:� '"5 �'- .... -. . ..... .'. " .r,V- - ... � .:. ..*,��/--,,-.,'.'�'- The Herald fob Department Phone 1252 ,A'' H "X, Pelletler Follows No Good Plan ..- � (Prince Albert Times) V It is a pity that the Canadian post-office did not follow the example of -t|te British' parcels post system instead of following the. example of the United States, who had imitated the British system. But think of the howl front;the "express magnates. -.n-v  Michenerites and A. & G. W. (Morning Albertan) r The critics of the present administration wilfully overlook the fact that .the A. & G. W. was in no way the work of Premier Sifton. It was a JjlnndeT of a'preceding administra-iioL 1 . ' T '- ^""it- against the party in power by patriotic Liberals who preferred the interests of the province to that of the govsrnment. in power. The people .at large were in opposition to the (government. Premier Sifton was .called in to make right the mistake .that had been made. The Conserva--tlve party and all its allies, from the day he assumed office to the present .time, have united with the A. & G. W. forces, to make difficult the taajj of straightening out the task, of Hhei government, lh~ B. Bennetfrbecalnfl" the paid representative, br.thB' interests antagonistic -^o-the 'province, The dpposition .has'.-waged a," warfaxe,, petty,-perBistent and,aggravating.: :J - "Th^re was;one alternative, eugge^tt �d--by- Mr. Hennettf-and supported*by/J xuany � of' Ms; folio wers,. ;and 'that - was to'."come...through.'.': with-a ciuarter. of a" million to" one of the frenaied'-flnan- FARM LAN03 : ffARM LOAN8 FOR RENT 960 acre farm for rent South of Grassy Lake. - All of Section 30,t:onft sputh half of 19, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish seed .and take,half of the crop. . O. T. LATHROP farm Lsndf Stafford Block farms Loan* Money To Loan ' 'Gpf |lnproved property ancV for hi|il4ing purposes. - � . tACADIA^BLOGK PHONE 1325 North Ward Best Place for ; ' : Investment �;',�-5!W!eiiiHaye twd business lots on Thirteenth Street for, sale at a See '. � . . ..... . . y FIPTH STREET Web^r Agency fcWM-Cl2V4V-Ql'VI�w�'.'^d6c.' . ; ./fjlflhto! ,; With'a-sharp "rap upon her desk the OTMewhatu-ybuthf ul. and very... pretty;, school teacher galled her class, to at-'tention. � T$iq lesson was on that mysterious subject, V'general knowledge," and'. the g'irfev ^U8lt-','have bean well versed,* in, the rfflfy!?'- & Judge-from the-following vffifi "l V^iow, gir'li,^ j*8'mdrked"the teacher, "I'iji going tp se't' yb'u- aj problem of real'life. ; A; very1 fiety'rna'n'^dlesjifl^av-|jin"g''esa:ctiy-aue 'in1Uibn";dbllMsUvcne-Wfth"i3 togq to" iiieVwidtJ^'onfeejixth 'Jto big only soiv- oh^s&Venfti> td,T his 'daughter,'one-elgaW-to his brother, and the lest, to the local- hospital. What did each get?" ' - 1 Like a forest;'Up w*ii^"the arlns of the ' pupils. JThe teacher singled out a little girl in; the rear. "Please, miss, a solicitor!"-came the pat reply. ^:  >*, Very Convenient ( ,"Do you think we ought to have women on the police force?" > '"Yes; I believe it would be a good thing. Then a woman! stranger In wn '>yould know where to borrow a pin."-Kansas City Journal. ' . ' It Does ^iHls-'/Dad:-'JM'boy, 1 made my millions with only a common school education.*,' 4.ilThe Son-"But it takeB-a; college education' to know how to spend It," r.. When They Fired Bryan 'Early last spring" a town' in Mis-, .'sburi.'full of the champions'of culture and Champ Clark, engaged 'William .-�$nningB Bryau to deliver a lecture '{.^'ri^erthe biggest tree within the coiv ^oration limits. Then came the Bal-^JVpore convention, at which -Bryan 1 ' ' i" IS !N A CLASS ^i$tttL&t$f'ff