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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TBE LETH BR IB Q � PAILY HERALD Wednesday, February 12,1913 3s -38- 1 A' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ' , " ' establishes, December tier- Publtefied by the LetnBrldo* HNW PUbiUhlnB^Co., -Ltd., �V�ry lawtai evening at Ks oMee,04lxth 8tre�tfl�thbrldfle,'Atb*rt�f Canada. w. a.c^buchanan Managing Director t. vV&uaVle PHONE: Editorial, Beportorlal And Newa Department 1224 Managing Editor JOHN'TaRRAftOS'-Buelnea* Managar PHONEc�>y,- ...... , Fernle, B. C.-Percy Beat Blg^d^piijft-tMaiBoa* city miliar THE WEEKLY HJWAV*; BttMUlhed-'eveiT'Wediiesdajr^lh ej^t^jg^&JJk I:�i4':g�atal��a, "aummary'of the news oflajg frj^'Wafet^&a district 1 year In advance.........II.. rtOfttf;!* *�**� ..... *� . � montha fn advs4^ v*.7�..4ff*. , , There are to be additional lands titles ^offices, -jjt Jo ttffo^'hoped that ,tbe- government ^lll nc& overlook, the tact tharf'LetltJrldla^s'first call. The Ellison >M}l}ing Company have authorised thedcubUng of tl{e capacity of "the -will? when jtip $Jty ^an-J nominees officially that cheap power ia a fact. The* first fruit? ot the industrial policy1.'  �"" The Lethbridge. people know j. B.* Turner well e,noug� ncVto-take stock in a. natty taBini^tlon/tthats he' tried: to n>aio a false -entry' of goods to deceive the. �uato'm�% collector. Mr, Turney does, hot ba,ve,to do business on tha-fc scaled t "4t The Canadian and when ^|ffp|8p^^;done;-^>f^ ^'8^^ncjMp;'^ia|;�the most potent factor px ftne oevflopment of Western Can-'j^.^da^^h4B.; very liberal ' treating .^aalt^tlto^anaeTa by. our bank-- xPercent. Capital "atotf "Net Earnings iasjt-"w' -ift i9ia ?, Cohunerce............. 1*1,171,1191 I'3.811,806 ^2 Montreal.............. 3li|4aa|Sc.. . SM&M j^r. "Canadian Finance" of Winnipeg, ^figoros that Canadian banks' at 'Ttre^ Mebt are loaning $88,000,000 to farm* #fes,;and of this amount between $50.r ^QOO.OQO and $60,000,000 is to Western ;.|ftu-me�. iftd-fEii* figure* are as follows iniplored as to defend them, we '.be-. liev^^artiJe'-real source of dissatis-faction is sthe; disturbed money mar-ketiand.the^rsf^sal of banks' to loan ^Tnidn Novr -Scotia Metropolitan mr.......................""""' ima:...- .......... .IS Quebec............... �29All /rl* -Mtolsons UV.-V.... .....-1 ^71^,306^ sl5 Provincial .. ....... l�913t^{ }S Totals.......... $16^2151" 284,804 . 185,166 114,371,839 Div. Paid 11 12 12\ 10" 12',/' *{* 14 10 12" 7 11 " 6 Earnings to tavisst. 11.6 7.6 9.4 .11.1 -7  J. S!l 8.7 8.3 7.0 8.0 7.7 7.9" 12.2 . 8.8, It -would appear thaj- the percent- ^gesfof; earnings; as shown above, are .'i/nojf'unduly high'; in fact we think they f\t Hiibe vconsidetably letetftah the aver. hi -'(Hfj&w successful busta^ss concern. Tor vV'^asome months past there has been a ^l^lspbsftion on tae part of sonfij n�Vs- iingfiinstltntions. -The heads of our bajikB-are'' men of broad views and ^bJeogreat^possibilitieB -of - Western jiada-muft have appealed to them '�T gtrdskl^ or it would not have ^pmS^ for the enormous d*-ir$!6^saje^l^* nave Uken place. it v*,?* /1 ' TK�'Speech Prom' tlie*;|3*rone #!||#^;^'|nd ^iat;irill^o 4obp >7 W^^e w*rnmWM;Albertfc, the :"V:^n^,^ftomth* throne makes nn in-ng?W a gratifying doouinfnj. � '^owjicies pursued sbow.a, wis* con-> � .^bIpM&�, rtf the weds of th�. pro, yf^Sp Wt, ap�*ri�inB to its ��t 'P^iSViiipped oi^carry wife them tie with Ja^udlcloiiis'-outlfatag'\J8f;" whfchf cannot but create a confidence in the government by the people of Alberta. Requirements have been attended to on^ a large and practical.scale, bringing'in their train': their1 ^attendant benefits. They are an earnbst of the tulfilment^of the policies announced alf of which have been carefully worked out for the endurance and'i'further-ance of the welfare-of the province. � Tfie, nAtfisl^f *1dbeTta -hav�( been{'Jt realized in a manner which 'will earn '*= for thp government the approbation of those who are vitally interested in 'the advancement and well-being,'of .this portion of the Dominion. Noth* iing has been overlooked in an ominr ently practical policy carrying with;it the evidence of -a thorough grasp ot �the functions ot responsible, govern-*mont. ' .. i - - -  . .... 1 OUR POINT OF , VIEW When. It comes to a real meaty apeech from the throne the Alberta speech has them all beaten. Nearly all the boards of trade in th&Jsouth country have endorsed luethbridge as'theylocaiiun for one of the new lands titles offices. The development of the Lethbridgo exhibition has "bean one of the proud achievements (o��;the' "eltjr and in plan--ning forktheifuiu^e the officials should be given:encouragement to do;tl)ings on a s'cnle qofimenfliirate wfth the growing importance of the exhibition and of the city. ���� ; The question which appeals to the average ratepayer is what difference does it make "whether the city or the. iboard of health .rmys for th� ChisWlch! house. It all comes out of the" same purse and the board of health must have sufficient money to properly dis-j charge the functions of the board, andj that-is to protect the health' of^the City.* ' . - , "I \. fr.u $ ,^-,\ \, The death'Of P.J. Nolan,1 K\Q, oE Calgary, removes in many 'ways the cleverest man practicing at .the. bad in this province. His knowledge08 criminal law was especially^remwk-. able and the reward was his being eagerly- sought after in cases.  of im-; portance. As a man he was aa straight as a string in his dealings; with others, and added to this was-a,-charm in personality which made his company:.a", delight. He had; no; peer in the province as an after din-' n-er speaker =^nd his wit and good, cheer will long bo remembered. Po-irtieally he wag independent in?recentj years, although earlier in lite-he-~waai a Conservative. He 'was a tower oE; strength in the Catholic church among; the laity and In educational matters, stood for what was advanped;: :A1-| �betta- is the poorer for Mr-. Nolan's! 'd-eath.' \ '* ' . WbS-Gfi1** Think that mfmu^rc^m.,/ Wtn to| r'f WV^ty niake the event a success, has ^/V^fiuMwSljr ;gauged. '� .''J'Tlie'demonatr^tion tanns eatablieh-;C 4''^ iare apt faUed in the obiectB for 5,-,-,,,>4jt|�)t9b. ihey>wer* instituted. The sws-i;,^:'.- l'$tsa which has followed their iastal-'J%\MSjktJon,"in the encouragement they "J?fgiv� agriculture, provea that ibfes^nifana have been devised tor r6?fepoktant tothe province. TheBe ^8|be^n^stipplem�ated by the erec:' '|of/;agBcul^ural Bohools, and; the q'us' facilities which have been pttt 'interested, but better acquainted: alltbat,pertains to the^^pBitiou* ^firyfiir occupation. E|^^rjtnt 'tlb�|eWvo�moBteli�iajBfc�topp*% t tSjpEk'lis poUcY ii^^ Juijl flegisIaUon an&lmgM KgftSttB cQ&Unua|||||^^ '/Sailwaysttofivity has been much in e^on'oe/a'^d-'the province has the /fllBt&etjon't'of having had built lines 'gj&t&p 'feWfjait of miles- than baa 'Iv^by^lAoynapllshed byany "prov-It^^'diC lit^b^^inloa AC Comada. ta any. b^�7-^i'il'^%h the DemonstraUon 5%n^,raaft.-ta?ir acoeOsories, STgh-wiyflji and1 iiriihwayi*, .substantial aid h^beeniglve^ in furtharing the agrl ^^^ladVfiry Ot thc province, '^�yieffij^slon of the telephone �0fjito^^ibV4iL';-haB .been done, and 'mu|obi ,isA*intgnded to be done. ^Tfce-.aid^gifea to .thc progress of doo&tfo^ is- denoted by the opening ^^'ijew^Normal School at Oamrose, >an^|a^ie(l* tftwight out scheme has 'ni^f^it^^ at i^iwi^yA^cHsltoaoherB twhose native tonlpw^B^not En�llfib. ^^f�Vflr''irith which the optional -Ra^^AUfBjHUeB Act has been re-'"un5>os, axe recbgnHions of v^sg|kigiBlat{q5�in this regard. y\^i"%in^Mfpni\xtslry has received ftWn�on( Jn the commission for the purpose 'of investigating the Mining }a^ progreiB and development; of, sthe/province. *W� view with pleaanre Hne':rforeca!it'-'of a policy of deoea'tral-' hjll^I^V^flth.'reference to the Land V^^Stratioa**nd Judicial systems. p*1C*e^rtMattoii'4s announced with re-'gaf^'WjHhe^bjpplng of -grain, and the e^noinioal; handling of crops, and a^ Blst?.nce!-Pto"mlBed to the co-operative flttort^o^rnr^l municipalities. (; .Jn, the inattey of economical reforms refare^cj'{� made to .the, Introduction 'ot^!j^ii90il�^/t^?# % ' - Financiers Qet'.the Benefit (Pefertiof^grfi?.^^e?i') We^aro �xiafing.*fnj&u era".of. high ,flBaBe�ii�i>^'ao$^^^^^.^.^..'lworker8. have received'^6'n^ienefrfB, m the shape of higher �'standards of living and more opp^tiin^U^^yet the great benefit, or inor^nje'ntp^'going'to these captains ot the 'financial-"fleet. ' : Notvin'����L'^pdglir.'/jilbne:;--'.-.. (I^ndon!;^a^Piress|:- �..' LQndon's^b^elty^ai^&M^ottt. to resign. Douo^leB|{:o^feqf:rcon}pliment to the unwarra'nr^d!^f|ilpism to which he haB been .c-f^n^fJl^-?' !'T�j�e' "are those who expeq^'^Diibliclty agent to bring factorj^rkbyf-v'the.; magic touch. . . ',fv.-'4^-:.. . Isn't He Rude? ;. A Poor Showing- ^j.-'t-. (Kingston Whig), � Last year, according to the auditor. J'ajsnerStB repoffe $7^58,6^-^8 spent, &n thS' Canadl^i militia* on camps,' .accouWement^tc, andJ5|S,771,63,6 ,on ^arts, agrioultfM and stafistics. The; science of kijpig peop^-is of t mote importalf$^a�^r course, :t'^n ^tie^ sc|-i? snce of keeping th^m ulive. r .....o^^-IBrantford,OExposftor)^ 3" The-llaTdest-mit to cracV-in \ha Borden naval /iproposals i is - thati fori the; protectionist; Why build ships' out of,,the country that: can'be,�bailt' here?,..^If it w-ere not warships 'the Corise^atiyes would arguetonput ujj a high tariff "wall and - b�ild up' the industry in Canada: �'. ' - ;- the Anything ^But Consistent (Pinchq^Cwej; 'Echo)  The. Calg^r^ifewsr elevator syaten} i^: slioujdj^own. �'pd. operate suchrailrdads^aod elevators; Why not apply the same, principle to the naval contribution^rif Canada builds the battleships, -why. not man and operate them? .r'- i,.ft) Mr. Mich'ener/s Policy '��� (Calgary Albertan) ; 'If -we-had only comevthrough-'with-a -quarter of a million to aoniebo'dy? and -let him Apt somebody ;olse,;all this litigation would have.been avoided,' is the' mournful complaint of Mr; Michener and his' followers iln the Alberta .Legislature.: S ut.;Al peiifa,^under the present government, is not In' the "fixing" business..,: : �' 1 11 'i-i...... Owners of Morningside Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bid*. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 V 15) a t ; "- & Ik � (Pincher :Creek Echo>-:�"; .  For such frenzied andhyiteVlc^l sheets as the Ctfigary; Herald an^;the Eldmonton Journal id say'that *tb!e.;prOi vihee is overwhelmed wlth'^de'b'tViand that this decision caps tbecUpi'ttx Is sheer rot. The -total "debt"' of^oerta Is riot nearly as great as ithatf of'either Calgary or Edinonton,' as vttie. BchoJ clearly pointed out a year- ago; ".But such journals would sell --their, souls (if they-ve got Buch a ttiing) for the sake of a little cheap political* capital, ' . All Coming To Itf i., (Toronto World) So eager are young-Australians' to train for the Commonwealth,: navy that candidates for the Royal Navy College were selected by ballot. It i;s>semB that in tho Commonw;fealth there are those who anticipated arid asserted that sea service "would be unpopular. They "have been proved wrong' in their - surmise,: and there Is as little1 reason to believe that the service would not have equal appeal 'in* "Canada. The' Australian, government has taken:.pains to ensure tha.t 'F"(i'*_. fa�-up Capital, leMfiB FuBd mi UodivfaSed rrollls.(0�ir) Total Assets (9wr):ed tfiem at any. binfc% ? v.' tOvw'and^�0ne els.e can realize on-.your^ri . -^^r^anfgerfqr particulars. 4 . - " ^mm^mmmmmm LONDON 11 W. ASRE. - * v,> ^-W-!. /Mn^BOf.'1 M, CHART SMn^\AMUOm�^t^i^ Which was 'bUrfitfr^pt^^o the extent qf a $150,000 loss and it is therefore scarcely surprising that they are now working ^ overtime in'-'a frantic .effort to besmirch the fair name of the province. the Jlads,. entering .service on the .t5^Mj^pb^'f,^':'ma6^ comfortable, aQ;*^fi-,th'e, ge�-.service shall be con-s^n^br^popttiaii^^Pay rates, on ; the tratllln'g}-aWfi��h,ave .been fixed at Smfr,-MW:m8&^P.>;$rH olas,s and *ir7#:>P^^;fflr second class.-. Poc-ke%m.pney-^"i.a^56unt of service pay iSi^v4^^fi^&,tip$ins u� tb.BOci, WWfcir^l-to.flljalance is placed to yfflTfireA't'Pt^ftc}}; boy. in the Common- , "What's. J/becoB#: :pf^Ujf strong man?" asked nt|ie *p"roprletojr of the circus. � ; , . ; "He resigped," replj.ed .the nnanager. ,?^ot?a.'bet^.ij9b;''f'�^1i,.�:;.�-:,...' . . ' ,,. &-�what:do4nis?� �'',�� . f'Workinri as, a.parcer.pds't mall man," ... .,.- '.', /.Vl.,-; ' FARM'U0AN8 '''I'ARM'^Aribs 'f;#t|pREAT.BARGAINS''"'.\. . - r� .r [r^|||?'g)^ft' a-seven year lease on an. irrigated 1-2"aeqtlon/tb �*e* i'f'^^WtJ'flVjPliJ^^ tract "at a bargain. Easy terms. 'y.' .'�4 Patm. t�ri�Ja, O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block - -furrnp-toa'" . i _ hiney To t'^it '} I&^it^toved' property a^.fpj ,>j^LrJwig ' ', THE LATE JAMES BARRETT .'Who was coachman to Mr. James p'.*'Hail, 'the well-known Canadian fjorse � owner, Who has about 40 race hbrsea. ' The pride of his old cosch-npfl was:"Fez" an Arablanthorsorth* grandson of the famous .black satlllon ridden by Genecal Grant in the South-ern war- Fez took the .gold medal at Jhe world's fair In' Chicago as the "fin-eat horse on the grounds. 11)} 4 '.I !'"'pL, The W.eber^^en^F'^rf^^'* ,tl� -'AUBIIJfA^BLQCK J ;