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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUR THE LETillininOK ft AILY HEUAIiO FEHKUAKY 12, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1E07 Publishtd ty the tethbriij.! Hrr-d Co., Ltd.. every Ijwral 31 Us c! ice. 51- t-c'.hbriige, Alberta. Canada. W. A. T. W. OUAYLE-Msnaalng Editor JOHN T-jSintss Manager priONE: Edit.ri.1, PHONE: 1 '_> 1> 4 -sIrg. Cacj'atlcn and 1 _ o DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES S2 00 C toaths." l-y Sl.N 3 by li a bn belli ;w TIV..-I K- fives THE DAI'-Y HERALD SALE AT Cress Pru; ConirM'c-Beatlie i- Mur- Grjssy LaV-e-Cwssy "i StMV, J. G. Co.; 1'cul. fr Co; JaokrOil Cer.ipaiiy. Cohea ro; AK-s.ii.Jra Howl; PtO- Provlr.dll News Afeiu-y. i-c'i Slort; Keany Cc-nvauy !5oot alii! Villa; I'-vibbridse Hole! pincher 109A Sla World Xe-.vs Co. Pircher Station KdttarJ SI. News Co. Kncl- C-.'.T. N'ews Co. Dlsmond IVArc. Ueiiielrc Hat Asslnibc HCU1. D. FVrsusoa. .Mllciell Urj; Co. TOo Hive.- Side f.T-v WeJreiJay i "l THE WEEKLY HERALD i eight cr more :'.r.J a F-j-.imiary of uc neck. lo-Ml C months in aili' To for ycur friends In you CM'ect to bring i" thr spring You can sec-ire ttclr tickets hero and all be undo for tUcir (VriiarJUis by THE-DONALDSQN LINE For lufornmicu. mlos. LiVl'Jy to any .or way ageJit, or' H. E. UDMAN, General Agent 349 Main Street, Winnipeg tloii of an Owan en- Juymer.t of (tie. luxurious sur- lom'.iiins'S. so anJ rtxvxful. Is rrPMcIatcJ when comfort Is THE OLD'-RELIABLE ESTABLISHED 1840 an enviable iveU i.ialDialned by Us sseiaonl. FIGHTING AT m iwork lor Iho pnjicr Ilicy are nol working for; ________ John Doc, or who ever the toiler may be, 1mt for Medicine Hal Times seems lo think newspaper are obeying its policy, which; 1 the opposition at Ottawa is lame uiul generally dieUUcd by some one man I'h" up much of a lu view of worii! coukl they otherwise follow their r t thY "ovenimeut Ins brought ilown j fessiim. Does llic Guardian argue thai becausej{ riolhm.; to f-M over ns yet and thai hills which a lawyer accepts a brief to defend a thief or n' the srmiu in oilier sessions have ten jimmlm-p he- hidden under Ihe burn, the. it- ipro facto hecomes a j way :i lawyer is supposed to act. ii'e'. minion mniM j i i, t- should possess itself for a while. It will probably earn, l.rc.n b., tor that way. So a jour- f ,i.n government, will care to "Rlist can will, perfect i-ropnely for :il( Times 1 That is Ihe see all the fighting the government hanrfli-. And len cliances lo one the government ,..t. newspaper whos, v.ews are nnl ac- with Ins own. hen lie is on duty he is not; himself so to sniMk. !le is the. newspaper. When he is ulf.dnly he is John Doc tind can do as. lit. likos. It is all nonsense lo say thai a Liberal1! You Would Do Well whtn travftllng1, it toe reliilve.i or to see that is toi-ki.4 via CANADIAN SERVICE OyedinoAvn, rishguarij. Liverpool. Qucenslown, New York, OledHe rra r. c 3 nb Ad r! n 1 I nc! fastest suair.ers lr. the world. "LusIUDSa" lanis.' Novf- -b'jSlrllcg1 fo: Canadian Service: lljOOO Details of Failings Jntf rest- literature .any Rllt-.Tay or .SttamsMp or by wrltlnj 30S Hula Absjit, Ullibri'dgt Alta. K use lo lighl. The gag will he Hotted out iu Iho -MIHC cowardly way as of old. 1 he opposi- tic; not regard ils mission as one of fiulitj M is there to criiicise anil lo suggest amend-, to aid passing good legisla.ion, no work on a (.on.servaUvejiuper, or iu the bad Bv snggesling that UIL-M is Conservatw on a Liberal paper withou a j __ _ VL; _._. Tininc nm- ll'iicntioi! of conscience. I ntv are workin" at not much m the opposition vhe limes pci- not muni i-. n II11Vprn Ihcir. profession (louma ism) for the means Inns means to miplv indirectly that the i ,r jiaps iu i .rini-r themselves and families, nuile lliu same as; mcnt nroTiim ilotsnt possess enough i 10 i i iiiLiu 'the editor of ihc- tiuardum is working for. his. creale a (WUrencc. of opinion. living, and we vuitnre, principle or nu [innciple.; that if the pay envelope'did not make its rounds i with fairly respectable regularity.tinr fviend.df. the Citinrdiun would soon limit for a job else- is. B. I ioi-.- THE REPTILE PRESS. rpHE Calgaiy Herald pooh poohs I tion of a "reptile-press'' us a rcsull of Ihe Househqlij Economy Hayjp'lUc Best Coagli .o Sjrup. njiil .I u'r.t Iloinc. -FACT HU As children, our first de- mand is for nourishment; out second for fads. AH through life we go about seaich'jiy for information. We make a new acquaintance; but before we will accept him..... as a friend or invite him to our...... home we ask for facls about him...... We visit a foreign land; and from the moment we across its border we are asking questions- searching for fa'ds. We arc asked to try a new food produfl; isn't it'insliiiclive'.. with us to ask at once: Who makes ihis new article How is it made? what goes into it "Is it worth the price charged for it ate simply hungry for lliem. Strange, isn't it, that we should so often have to search for...... them? that some manufacturersslill withhold the fafls their product. "Not always because they are facls ashamed there are many worthy articles yet But it will not be so much longer. The fad-hunger of the human race is becoming keener and keener. The more fads we keener our relish-for more of them. Soon it will be impossible to sell a man or a woman anything. until every thing has been told about the goods that can be told through Advertising. The.public'has discovered that Advertising tella much-needed that, in fact, Advertising satisfies fact-hunger. Jf you are Joint buiiaell talk over your ijToteng pioHexi ills IF you 'uc doing a pronncM or national buiintin it wc-Jd be jca toKire taco-jaid ar.d cl a _ A Ijit of will b: Rood 503, TKOL-.O. jvlicre. II is easv to wrilc sucli snpliistn-as ap-; cocsh ri-.iiiiciKj'.'.ts'a rjio. witafn a larse q-3iilliv t-f ptain i: you UL> Irmtlsumc amounts spenl on advertisiny by Ihe pcarcd in the (iuartiian lilil there are si-ores ofi ct" ajd cr.s Ooiuinion government. There may he some-j men in Canada are working on papers of iliitig in Ihe suggestion that to raise such a cry .vouTd tend lo discourage advertising, hut we fail Hie io sec why the government should most of its- jupropriatioii with sup- posed to be owned in parl or controlled by Ihe members of the government. If Ihe :ilil was only forlunalc enough to have one of Hip miiiislers a shareholder for a considerable 'amount bow pleasant it would be lo open the envelope .monthly'with a nice fat cheque enclos- ed. Because the Herald is nol in thai position it probably has to be content with the business of a purely local iialure which Ihe government can- not help advertising in Calgary. The Herald is probably right in so far as that paper is concern- ed as lo Ihc advertising being a mere bagatelle, but what has it lo say of over to the Win- nipeg Telegram owned in part by a member of iiie government; or of over S23.000 to .Mr. Pelle- lier's paper. L'Evcnmenl, of Quebec; or the Hali- fax Herald owned by Senator Dennis', of.Mr. llazen's paper. Ihc SI. John Standard, get ling over and so on down through (ho list. This may be all right but it docsu-l look Hfiod from the roadside. an opposite poliHc.'d stripe, and they ore their work etlicbntly and conscientiously, and arc one iola of their ptTS 01 t.u.5. you sycup ca money ilmnfi i CCJlJ tuy. 'f I uunij, H ya-j wiu ounces if I liing that appeared in the paper referred to, and J or nolilical reasons he eertainlv eonld nol vervis-Mi tor.b erfc-t. ar.J lane is .Tak" a every p-.c. Uo c-r veil place lumseif at the. mercy of a political op-'i ponent. It was not.a .nicslion" of conscience lint of parly considerations, and as a loss conspicuous (5-> cer.K' TvoriliJ a boltli-. it up tha >uu b-jy rea-jv 11 fceors Itr- I fcctty. ctn eaElly pre- i In Ihe case of Mr. Fielding he is a party you i-m Wi u wash! and would credited with writing 'ihrce MOT-. f !s Iho rro-t valm nan Mr. Ficldin" eoald well worf; on the of Norway- Il-Ml, ilrt In jaiUcpl nod laperm question and nolliing would be said of it. iiine NO other Mr. Yielding has to pay the penally of ness. The- average newspaper man toils away, ml aside from a limited acifuainlnnce, ;r.lo of "his existence. He works al jntirnahsui hc-j cause he likes Hint employment in pari, but most- l Iv for the thai any other fellow rr- T r 11 r lakes off Ins coat, for the purpose of earning, a living. The editor of !he (iuardian much too sweeping in his assertions. venture the opinion that to work for a paper of opposite political slripe is good for a man. It keeps him from becoming a rampant parlizun, places him in a position where he mnsl sie the other side of the question, and he is more likely lo develop great- cough tie thile pine ex- all lhe.fcMllr.i: 'enraticn .Sia15? cmaiia. p-in bien but Tiiver s-jccass Krr.- Itlis if rot- tf-i OM. THE. CANADIAN BANK OF HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR HUGH farmer. Orangeville. Ont, who waa murdered by his son. The Ron murdered iiils mother and Uien committed sul- CONSCIENCE AND DAILY TOIL. ii (in o a moderate parlv iii.-in and fnir Hunker Hum rpHIC Christian.Guardian the organ of the i Methodist Uuirch Canada, Hon. Mr. Fielding for refusing lo write editorials oil; .1 l.r- in mi ii-l in iniilUl in K11 OU1J POINT OK VIEW u paper controlled by a man who might slep in and order him lo write, along lines foreign to his! private views. In coniieclitm with Ihe hoquels': for. llic former Finance Minister, the (iuardiun tmdcrlnkes lo .score tlie nun cngaguil on political: papers not in harmony with (luir views, as men Jacking in principle and traitors lo conscience. Thai is a ralher sweeping assertion and we sin- cerely trust thai the reverend gentleman who penned those mighty words is in full accord with ,1S j all thai the Methodist Church leaches. If not he for iiliprovcnieiil. too must be an intcllcclual coward, ii traitor lo principle and an all round unworthy mnn. The ) 1lis on creed mill rules of the Melhodisl Church are one hundred years old, considerably so, and Of wea. world has moved some in thai lime. If he is in ,mlii j agreement with the very-lcJler of Iho Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR PTTRTUEK 3XTORMATIOV TO Lethbridge Branch R, lilainnorc is gelling into the rcal-lown class. They have a council lhal from [lie figures, i.elliliridge seem? Id be the high cosl (if living as well in Albi-rlii. -Slill {here is room ancient dogmas he is Ihe exceptional man, and In his i.jiorl for January Siipcrinlraduil it is'doubtful if jic has any riglil 16 hold flown a of rity schools gave speciiil credit for chair in n modern journal. He belongs lo an- ihu sidewalks to the schools cleaved after Other age. snow slurms. If would bt tin- rifihl Ihing if, on' ILL-FATED STEAMSHIP tho! Uo.mlr.lon line, whliih V.-S3 sonk witli alioul fitly livc-a losl. atlcr collision wilh Ihe .Vr.-rc1i.inl3' .Vantuckct off Ihe const of Virginia. Tlic rammed Hie Murroe Jiiil about the ijuartcrs. ami Wllni :nmy of tn.o vlotiioa In Ihcir berths. Thore arc scores of men in journiilfcm' CaiiiKla employed on politically, opposed lo the parly for which Ihey vole. When Ilicy (lo'iiou. follmving snmv sti wen: to skill sviih (hi; scliouls irisiv. llu- ploughs ;is Lists of opura- Pioneer Jeweller IAII this taik About Regina? Wright 5th Street TRAIN DKI'AUTUUES EFFECTIVE FEB. B, 1914. TRAIN NO. TO HOUR OEPAR-511 (Bxcci.t Sumlay) Mctllcine Mat 013 Dally Mcjii'he Hat 21.1 S12 Dally (Kxccpt Sunday! Cranliroolt 51! Dally Cr.inbrook -I--] 546 Dally (Except .Sunday) .Calgary Dally lExcc-p; Sunday) Falls AHKIVALS TRAIN NO. FROM HOUR ARI BIS DMiy IV.XCtlil Mcillcfne Hat 5H Hilly Mcillclno. Hat nil Dally (Kiccpl Sunday) Oranbrook 1IVA 11. 13. la. ID. Dally (Ktcoiil Sunday) CnlE.iry SCC. Tlally IKtcci.t Sunday) 6Ct Dally (Exccul Sunday) Circal Kalla ;