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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE l.ETHB'ftlDRE DAILY HERAI.O SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, !911 THE LEfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1307 Published by the Herald Printlnj Cc.. Ltd.. every lawful evening at its office. Sixth St., Algeria. Canada. W. A. T. W. Managing Editor JOHN Manljer PHONE: Advertising. Circulation Jcb Department! 1252 PHONE: Ed.toria', Reportjrial ir.4 Ne-vi Department 1 "2 -2 I DilLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I yvr. 1 roar, cy mill 5 52.03 6 r.KMUhs. l-y 51.50 3 51.00 3 ir.on'jis. bv Liail.....................75 1 -month. .35 1 Kill......................2i r- .1 .is tj desired, bin both diiJ ..'M bt- 7HC HEKil-D SALE AT A Mur- Grassy Lake t'llOiA Sto.v: J. G. Hob- I'bv Crinbruok BooV; !ictcl. Co.: .Ui-xr.nrir.1 L'rus Kesay fc Ooaipaay. Ixilbrldfc pinchtr MrCrea: Clear Sand. Drus i.'o. DiiTcnd D'Arc. C'o.; XOUK Stop, <16 Meiiclr.e Hat lictel. D GnniveU Sfro News Co. Avenue. 4 t'eheQ Agency. Hook acd Store, 109A ATO West: World Xe-.vs Co. Pir.cher Station EUvard Heal. St Nesvs Co. Kacl- Jcn. .News Co. I'-SSslitfd every Yv'ednesaiy 'n I ir. idutce THE WEEKLY HERALD it cr wore contains a Miniiiiary of the uews of tct.3l sad district "51-00 6 combs ID advance 50c A GHOULISH POLICY. THE ilerald is no! disposed lo clamor for Ihe continued existence of Ihe Senate, but we do jirotesl strongly against the thinly veiled wish ex- Jiressed in nearly every government paper in the country lhat there sudden death come to a number of members of Ihe upper house. The Conservative is grotesquely insincere in the cry for Senate reform, whcn'lhe only method of reform suggested is death to Lib- erals and the filling of Uie vacancies with Cpn- Eervative party hacks. The Conservative press 3ias no desire for Senale.ieform. All that is wish- ed for is Liberal funerals so thai the red cham- Jipr will thc control of.Premier Borden. Siich a .policy is' no credit lo the Cpiiservalive parly and is certainly not' designed'to appeal -to, the imagination of Ihc counlry: What do the young men think' of a policy which involves nothing more than .riding into the Senate astride uuothcr man's coffin. :tf the Premier is sincere in Senate reform, bis newspaper support'in, does not. reflect it. If vif. are to reform let jis have'i I in one'of two ways.. LeJ us have an elective Senate or no Senate at all. The Herald believes Ihe voice of Western Canada would say ho'Senale at all, and certainly no Senate, at all is preferable lo one thai exists for the mere purpose of register- "ji us not expect too much at first, and above all Jjlet us fully realize is a public service belonging to the people of Canada.- calling for the most hearly co-operatiou and loyal support. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. House of Commons on Thursday listened to an interesting but academic, debate on the advisability of capital punishment. While the debate did not accomplish much it probably some educative value and would have been more satisfactory had it led Mr. IMckereiike to see that the state has a perfect right to lake life when lhat life is absolutely a menace to the slate. Any one who has read history, ajid especially thai period in the history of the children of Israel, v.'hen they were represented as being under Theo- cratic rule, .will hardly deny lhat Ihe Supreme Being is credited with countenancing death for considerably less serious offeuces than murder. It was perhaps necessary lo slone men lo death for theft and gross immoralities, as human in- telligence was not any too exalted and only the MEMORIAL-TABLET ERECTED BY ARMY VETERANS IN TORONIO RECENTLY OF CANADA Are Ycur Children Learning lo Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union-Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training in hem to expend money wisely. Such an education In thrift and saving prove invaluable In later life. CETHBBIPGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TIN'NINO, Manager T. L. FergL-ssn. Acting Manager THE..CANADIAN. .BANK OF COMMERCE BETWIXT AND BETWEEN Parcels post on Tuesday. V.V11 all The street car receipts have taken be able to get the 'oslie lo deliver our "packages" for now. T Some things a few Siberians like to see by parcels mcst-.drastic punishment io animal in .subjection; Time has brought with it development, 'and "development has added-reforms and new; conceptions, and mankind today in Christianized countries wOulel not he disposed to toleralc the punishments em- in Ihe'Mosaic laws. It is extremely doubt- ing .he will of the Prifttt Minister.; policy involving fervent prayer for speedy death fop litata, s 16 uolitica ounoncnls win not enthuse tlie neople "j..L.. ._; long as man is a creature of impulse and passion of Western Canada. They are iioi bqill-'lhal j- POST SYSTEM. introduction of the parcels post system marks an epoch in is the greal- csl move; TIIaelc by Hie past ofiicc department Bince Sir William Mulock.introduced the Imper- ial .penny 'postage and the 'one cenl drop letter system, hi those days crilics cried wolf when was iio wolf. Visions of huge deficits were painted in lurid colors buHl a case of false prophets. Instead of deficits there were sur- pluses for Ihe first lime in-the history of the de- sunl no move cnnlributed so much lo binding'closer Canada and the Motherland. And now we have luken another forward move and the Herald is sure it voices Ihe'wish of every patriotic Canadian that the system will prove of lienefil to the There are mis- fiivings of .the evil likely lo come lo the small lucrclmnt-through Ihe. .operations of'Ihe big de- partmental shire, but the establishment of zone almost entirely offset this ou Tuesday. -1 A dozec-new-laid the kica usually sold as rresh. Mayor healtby surplus for 1514. Commissioner Grace An air-tight watfr sy'stera. Dtlany's operating-packing plant Algeria sobr plexus to opronents of fre'R Tvneat. The coal continuation OL i tfoe 5arne. internal elevator. z Can You Balieve It? A Minneat-olls. boy was caugkt and convicted on a charge ol stealing; school hooks- I a fillip since tue schedules were i ea Let's have a 'ivhole carth- Edmonton has arrived. It has had a police scandal and fired the chief. Nosv It can take its with Cal- yary.-Lethljridse, Brandon, et at. Saving on Jufce Hereafter the stieet lights will be turned off at 10 o'ciock at aight. If (ttre is any uxi.ixtej (o re turn iioice by late train or any pub- OAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LOUGH VOUH Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FimTOEtl INFORMATION A1TW TO' Lethbridge Branch R, T, Byrmner, Mgr, lie gathering the lights win be left burning if such notice be tivcn cen- frnl at telephone KolUns 1'ral- rie Und.) Record, Chief Sfcellcn s a huse slice off (he police estimates before 'em alobg to the commissioners. Eas- fieeu he's new to the Job. The wise policy Is to ask for everything In sight, boosting iho estimates to the and then the commissioners vrtn have the fiiti of- paring down the total. TTiat'a where they get all the honor. glory, and incidentally a hoost against coming elections. Uut chief's young yet, and has lots of e to learn, .It's rather cold for poetry these days. Hence there Is none this week. (Sighs ot relief.) NOW IS THE TIME To thinV. of arranging "passage for your frtemls and. relations in The Old Cuuutry v.hcm you to bring out the spring You c.m. scwrc their' tickets here arsd all wIH be inado for iheir for warding by- THE DONALCISON LINE For InformaMo'n. "etc.. apply to uiiy' afeamslilr or ralt- agont, or H. E. Central-Agent 349 Main Street, Wrnnfpcg lie must he held in restraint, and one of the very Poitmaster finnest of ways to slay the murderous blow is to have the man behind the blow confronted with i 7 cascs of li cozen a vision of himself dangling from the end of a rope. OTJIJ POT XT OF VIEW of rye- Jlour. C sacks, lOlbs. and over, rye flour. C chilurcn's. chairs. 2 45Ib. bojres of ibutter. 18 sacks of lanndrr.- 2 pitcbfcrti. 30 liats, I California raisins. 8 Florida c-ocoanuts. 6th and parcels post only four; days off. The lOlh will be a gloomy one for express companies. 1 While Held, is .ahojt U. he miy r.5 well fix up a u, ic'nci The cold wave is as stiff in Ihe middle an'1 bowll.lls western Stales as il has been in Western Canada. rrco If is widespread in area. t- curlers consider them. j stive; ur.dir a debt ol gratitude for Calfiary school lax rate in 1913 was 3.02 the "of mills. This year it jumps to S.75. Cheer up Mr. Commissioners! Hecofliiilioii of (he part our coal niinin" in-'olhc'r islr' l "at at the 'spiel.' Mayor seemed quite peeved tta but j' Plays in the city by the eMension of Ihe I street car lines lo No. G mine, will meet with (hejothr-r wrii. never mind, Mr. i t'ojnnm-ti, -Aba'Maye suppose, they police col- .inother in-: sysknis is likely danger. It is true thai interests Ijke the Ealons 'approval of most could eslahlish.stores, in-each of'tiie'pro.vinccs, but if they do that Ilirr'e will not be so'inuclidis- Thai McGuire case reported in position lo Hnunblc, as. Ihuy. xyill be conlribtiling ,lmns nn Thursday serves but Ilieir share lo the building up of the commercial j o! cryinfi need nf a jail life of thc proviiK-c. the fiovernmcnt Invinfl dc- [province. The b'nrracks eidceljo the system, it now remains for ih'c psople to co-operiilc in making it a success, i All political parties arc united in support of the Tlle of w system and iinld the and in- wcl, ailviscd if i( cvilaldy bound lo come arc elnuinated by expcr- ,criln n.fusinf, h ts ience. the people should do possible lo j preemptions, a pcrmm.cnt one If we en', c niuke the work as easy as possible those cu- i bO'ight 'e'.n i is nol the place for such s they kro familiar Tvltli the pro- duct in s i f Xow lhat ihe C. P. has cancell- ed them. to cnntent thtn.ftlvca some 'older With Such a Nirr.e going work hibililies .tlelicc vill be in. generous measure un- til'lhe ofllciiils.Juliy. master the-mass'.of detnil will be suddenly piled iippli .Ihcnl..' Post offices will have fo be llon scmce aeljusfee! conditions and all Ihis will lake anei Iheir helpers a chance io make gooej. 'Like eiverj' ptlier public service the-parcels post will-depend Chief Carpenter of Kdmonlon asks for an in- stigalion of Ihe police department ami charges leiiding np to his dismissal. And llu people are backing him up, according lo Mayor llayraoail coniicil fircil nil tcrsn of- ficials I vcstigalion of .he police dopartmcni "ami" IL The J of tho Doarfcof Tr.i'le -AT.iila a war eong. Rh-Ji-h- IJavc Kinx, writes poetry. Kiro am is an exponent commission government sn unrlrr me nllr hl' I" luui would be fo uctiuicsce; iwitfnK of.the service jjivcii. as :l' mt....... is ill will] He hris sucecc-dctl, injcet- r.coniiWilation. nroylilo-l liia stations for pairs of Is smooth and mellow, and as bracing as a winter's day. It is made from selected grain, and matured for eight years in oak barrels before bottling. A Government Certificate to this effect accompanies each bottle. If you need a stimulant, you will find Royal Reserve very beneficial. If you just want a stimulant, you will find it particularly agreeable. ROYAL DISTILLERY HAMILTON, CANADA ;