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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHB&gPOE PAIIiY. HEBALP, TfiidL^aay., J/m-rnvf 13, W k,1 HERALD ESTABLISHED DftCEMBHR 1t07 Published by the Lethbrldge HeraW Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful 'evening at Its office, Sixth Street, LMhbrldo*. Alberta, Canada. ^ W. A. BUCHANAN Editorial, ftsportorlsl And New* .Department 122 4 Managingvblreotdr. t, w.auAYLiT Managing Editor JOHN TOrtRANCK Business Manager . PHONEi Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 125 2 'daily subscription *ATB8 I year, delivered -;..... f4.�j 6 months, delivered ..... fe-CO 8 months, delivered,, 1 month, deUvered S1.00 36c. 1.50 26w 1 year, by 4 months, by-rasJl ; -------. ... 1 month, .by mill .'. Addresses changed as often a's^dtslred,'but both new-sad old addresses must fre gtveo. THE?DAILV HERALD *OI� hSAU* At Lothbrldoe-Red Cross" Drug A Medicine rW-riip-M. Northajci. andra Hotel; People's Dru* /..f' ^*5?v^ T , , �.'.;.". V�'jGompanar. , , ^.. .. : News �r:rn!�, B, C-Percy Baal � THE W�EK\V HERALD ' 1 yew la advance.........U.� "* rfjolttbs m advaaoa ,t...-��o f months In'adyance �,^ . ( '_1_' V,*' . ^..^.^ -t. ,.l,,. voiced in the preBs, but it should be done immediately, for the orders for next sumnier'a building operations are at present being drawn out.". Not only 'to those interested in building, but to others, any provision which would help to lesson tho pilec of cement cannot but be appealing. OUR ^INTN-,OF^;;?VJEW J �"f.4jpNTJBBBST- In the ralflarttmnad ���fesl..'� tion is apparently -hanging :tf"fr and so far as the views.of the MdateB, as etpressed "in ;6u"r" ct>hHnns[ �{( Are concerned the contest'lookii^as if : r mwlll resolve Itself roundis; matter at gf&nwaality.  � -vvV. �>'-:' i 'MThe - suggestion made -vthat: ithe cah-\i ^idstes nominated should1^ hjoldfpr�-j|||iotion meetings, is a: gobtt-'0n�::L it llfsuld be well, therefore,^ that;,.the atduth side should follow, the. example > the nortlh, and arrange for-an*op-; j^o'stunity of hearing^ne'cAndidatea ex* k Jgpss themselves with reference to^th^ mpr civic policy outlined. ,! ^^rjSPhe wisdom of atr, �industrial1cam-pga ias been appreciated by aQ can�; (Jfttes, but it woukl^be more satis> �ctory to the ratepayers': if opinion. JciuUl be publicly voiced, and,, electors given a chance of gaugkig the respect-abilities of the 'different can*J-. dates in de-limed policy. . ,;/It is; not a questio'h of selecting. a candidate who is likely to pull with representatives of what is termed tttfi i old regime, or with the new regime, i; This is only ajifanciful distinc-tjpn which it would be und�sit*rble to* add- any color to. It ,pre-supposes the sf 1 ' s V ....... f�otion in the civic couii-true, 1b not altogether ^.-^rbgress of sound civic yxasire matter of the per-SDhaltt^of^e pros and coub in the .^tlsioBH^hf^ council chamber should, ^ot te ta^aaiitoo, Beriously. It should be ratbirt^garded �a more a matter l^io^oW^oe. Let the ratepayers^be l^abuspd'tOi' this idea, which never 8piere|iinfcp/.thejr heads in the aelec-' ~^|^*'neW aldermen last Decem-^^J^^eing proved by the Q'eo-o^aV'member of the late.council |j�^!C^plBSo'%-o^Alderman Alrd.' ; -' " ^S^m^m^it^.the bintfe; wholly A^seM^^^^harebeea.placed' there the confidence etrspnal me'rit Mr. Martin Woolf acquitted himself w;ith honors in the opening.speech in the legislature. Mr. Wdblf is a man of -more liian ordinary r-ability aid should make his markr lit public life. ' Have j'bu ever noticed that 'the";blg-' ger the. iailute: a .man is'in his � business, .the lpu'der he -"ihowle about^ others.' *rhls'remark applies with par-' Ucularforce to some of the critics of the provincial government That great jf^rmer8' candidate, the Demosthenes 'o^i the. province, Robort Patterson,:of Atafc}eOd, spolte at Olen-w^od;.�be oth.er Agbt'a,j�di,judging by tlie' Chairmah's^.rQm^rtcs Tie spoko on e\fery' subject;.jfot ihb" one^e^was In-yfted'to.8peal�''p^. .Surely the si r . Calgary. ^^^j&a^'^v^p^ow^fouc-millions 'this iy$�ri s^hafini^authc Calgary aH�raM.;^xTJwi' ' Quite' 'p^oner next lEpfurim 'th;e>same Herald goes into iliysterics JSecaug&j the provincial government had" to'borrow ,-money to develop the .pfarifte'e.' Sa^ly* the Calgary Herald. JpjyoC so la,cking;1n humor, as not to�j^aa' jKljat' an agsgo*�mmgnt |o%*bprr6wing' .taojoey' for de^^"faiatitsiii)[rs�fees, is to blatje the oppbsponl In ^position of-blocltiBg'tb.e p^greiss^offlhe province and that is T)VeelisSly.*th;e .position oc- cupied by tho^wee' seven and their press. - No government" in Cnnadft',can show: a better or more business like record; than- the AJberla government's handling of the jtefephone system. It is'a distinct cre5|fetq:the .province and the, goveriuuetiC.'^ceivesrpriiise '.from bh6' jiress of ali^ovince's''regardless 'of political leanings, except in "tho'province eminent is rotten, putrid,1, nftuseahngi gqno to the everlasting bow-wows! In the same issue the rumor of .an election following on the close of the present session is treated in a panicky attempt to spring au election before, the country becomes wise-to the true conditions of affairs; Great..jokers, these hard working; supporters of the Kansas City gang. . In the selection of John A. Tut ner as a candidate for the legislature the Liberals of Okotoks'have a niari Who has no superior m western Canada as a stock man and farmer'. Mr". Turner is a sturdy Statesman, who?; has made good in Canada?! and/his' fame as a stqekman is:an enviable onif. Mr, Turner is*the-type of man who raise.public-:-]ife.tto a "high levolirfiid toe H6rald;ogi.fttulates the Okotoks Liberals' inr:cei#>wlsdom.': -Mr. Turner,: should be iable^o take Mr. Hoadley's SCalp. ���'.�:' -KftV. - ' � t,- ���?"�: '.�' The Stanfed 3ecwitie$ Co Real Estate and Investments Owners of Mo'rninj Suite 111-115 Sherlock BWf. P.O.Box 1979 :side Phone 1291 wis oi4;fh^ A Practiced^tja'nd -' (Clevela4d TMal^ 'dialer) A New Jersey centenarian says that lie nevei cuts piniself wh^e shaving. But look at the, practice .he's had. MueJ^Sorape 'Em Off � (Hidgetown Dojqiplo^.) ;. Windsor's police nm'gistriptev' urges pooi-room--men-:'io fesP ? ti^ijlr places'j clear of hangera-on, forgoing that the pool rooms steadily manufacture them. . ....  ...ft""1" George Brown, be says: "When the country returns to an enlightened commercial policy, the efforts, of.-:Mr;' .Brawn and 'the late' (Mackenzie) adr, mintstratloiiijto promote international Intercourse" between the great. :nation on our southern border will be-'betteVi understood ^apd;. appreciated." ? -Mr.: Brown negotiated a reciprocity: .'treaty, which went fai'ther in some respects than the Fielding agreement, and it was supported - by the ^Mackenzie government, by wfiVm Mr. Brown* waS*ap-" pointed to-conduct'the negotiatiohB. A Go $G$0 will handlevtelf �acit'e lot with good house in ^ 'North Ward-rfericecJi water, light and furnace For*, full particulars apply to WILi^ & SKEITH CP. R. AGENTS dPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTJf^ Reliable flra Offlc*8 BoDre-seht�d by UB. PHONE iai3'- A Wonderful |)wcJQy�?ry H|p|KB CALGARY- HERALD has! sfewivma!de a startling disootery, -JW- is taken up toy a mom- _^�:?i'.contemporary, and proclaimed, ^with all. the importance of a .tale that g^roTth telling. It' la \that OiIb debt 2 >, -"of"Al berta is something over fourteen. ft.'j-iftlJlion dollai's.' For,the purposes of |> ' irfaking-good^'the .statement there is. [ published at length a (letter to Lloyds' ^gn&.iln which Premier 8if ton Is stat-, ito hrnje admitted .that the debt of ' '^P^"province ran to . these -figures. f" ^Wh" ;1sflsomething 'the people never EsVfciew before;" says .the leoal organ I^-�^hj4ll the-enthusiasm of little Jack �-'---&pr^r;Wlo.discovered the historical toj�hila;eating his lunch in the finer.! W , . , ' j-j .%e funny part about it all is that ^fourteen-million dollars debt spok-of >1b a. matter of'-common know-Vbi Every body, more rorljesSi .js^/iv na secret: has b een' on'deivbred1 |i>9 Tfept. � Yet it is surprising to. jd' that the very people who ought sknow; these things not only adver-|e an unpardonable ignorance, but ,ke an'aspersion on the intelligence K.jthose who are generally spoken of g^^the.intelligent public, by assuming ^^t, they are in the same benighted IjBltlon as themselves. "When such lentabie ignorance Ib displayed the jfeflhding indulged in with regard ithe, ;^ifton- government can be ap-^sedfat'its:proper value; it would be well for critics to make ^jmaelves familiar with facts which |Je matters', of, yrs might almost say; B^e'at]&�wredge before launching In-Wids^nbta^ions which, Under the cir: pij^l|pceB, can only appear ludicrous, ijj^uojt! 'SPafe is used by the local jp4il^;:ik|Teprpducihg the views of i||'kC^l^ary3 contemporary, whicb it sjw^Qw|S'Sohl&-bolus. The "conclus-i$j8l Sf^d1"'.::eflnotlons" drawn by the Calgaryi .%aiperi are certainly "interest-(n|.'" fBu^ phey are so only in proving tbat'th^t'ijqurna} is guilty of the-very ig|gr^Pr.esenfatiop which it condemns ltfr^ij�tB^|ftop.'s letter. If the men-^lojpqf cpal glands and( other, natural reso^ircef 4s made with' the object, !as Wg^l^ryi^erftld Imagines, -of mak-jl^l-thenirap'pear, as assetB which the prayi^ppfheld as security to the pro-fc|�|ffl^ldejrai;.'then; wiih 'equal paeifeit: rna^y be held that Pre-^.Slf^on'/intended that it should be bJ|eved^^t' the province owned the ^j^^fajij^^ys fsnoken-of., -X.loyds flip: aqd B,r)tis^ investors verily-'be-l|l-Mifer'�ul,fble species, if the "ywyiiOff^esjf. papers are to be regard- ^hB iFftojj? thing is entertaining, as shewing pie'extent to which political bias^|l}.go5in dulling the perception an"d clouding $te intellect 0f those who attow'tt\'em4eiTes to be carried away pyvl^.'flPJay the game but play it fairly,", }s a.motto worthy to be placed in certain editorial sanctums. As to the total;debt of the. province ot Alberta;. It '^oes not approach Ithat of eifter1 Calgary or Edmonton, and this comparison has been constantly i Sirred to! '���''" History Worth Knowing (Toronto Star) The Hon. James Young,,.wrote a book with the,"pttrao's^alf''informing the people, and they'-^flKoe informed' if they read the.book;.but misinformed if they read|;.8QW ^oiKtiief,- newspaper reviews of if: For InsfaVce; several newspaperi..'are~ saying that the book shows that Alexander; Mackenzie was opposed to ie;oiprocltyr whereas Alexander Mackenzie -was a strong advocate of reciprocity. In his life of public �ye FRANCE'S NEW PRESIDENT "No, I don't smoke at all, and I don't drink, thank, you: Enjoyments ?',.., Ojh," yes. A. gQOd book, a good )Mt&.: and, a: Iainpsha5e; in the right pQ3ltibn.E'Wby-I don't smoke? Oh, my health is.quite good. But I have always tried,tp ;tod my enjoyments |n.pleaaures^Hic'h'^fe^ useful, and reading !ls .-th^ ;dio.st fuseful' pleasure'of all.'}: , .' ''^.f�r:.'.t�/sV' There, in a.tew, words^saySfa'fwriter in the London.Express, you ha,Ve*'the best possible description; of�Mai^y^ XF&ILXIMT ARE you CtOING TO DO from the shortage, how-eyeh .the..present duty of fifty-six Wm$Mbarrel -is indefensible. No SliW W$td�?#.that it ,is a uandl-iflftfr'jflfii8^rP-.of & coun' . 'Vi*l� caniPiit In the list ten its -use n's i;iov il ehor-ly, and now in ir ticaily ey-fpundatlon foi tt buUdlng^is.;. titf>Tj$�Z''& office bulidlngs|| "WftrteajeAd stores its/use is 1 jK^mfl9^  ^ytbing#*::tb|||l| *" jjcomout dear hojls.b'ack. � ^eBsftrof"'Canada. W iim^ipx^�ibfi ior by cutting tho ^tyity P two>' as was done last |!linmerI.fUie foyernment, collect-.-�d a] jar'')la}'gdr income. It is a-^rp^ibti|y'ia"'tai;iff imposed solely ^pthBfeijosf of allowing a com- W'P-f^w :to pay dividends cn rwm^MfH^-^0C}i-'"-Mr,.-' .White tUlftfgd^'do a;inofe popular thing ^o|f|^jn.to reduce the" duty by ABOUT IT ?' THE .GANADIAiV ''CQMMERCE {HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR WUls; Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies: or otiier v�lwables in one of these boxes , . .*.'-/. o^'ihe' tranquility he gets  there.-' "1 Lethbridge Branch - - CG.^'#*Kfe^KK^�tat-� inondvFoiUQare-or President Square-iK>int;�-wb*. will in a few days succeed JRiiesldent'TFaliieres at the Elysee. r'vHe. is "a Lorrainer. The photographs erg,,.have.--niade his face and his fea-tu^eii'.familiar to the world. They haVe,- h�t yet succeeded in reproducing hia. invariable expression. Whenever lL$av,e.,seen ;M. Poincare he has al-!w.ttys worn it-the look of intense and �^nStakiAg 'interest in everything x'jSUnd ihinv from the smallest trifle to -ih'S;-greatest possibility in lnternation-arpoiltics. ,-"I. like'taking pains," I heard him shy, once. "Not only because I think everybody ojves it to life to do what he can'in^it, but because taking pains is so Interesting, Whatever is worth dplng-and most things are worth do-ing-is- *orth doing thoroughly. I jthfnk one ought to absorb all one can from the field of life, like sheep graze. Cows eat so carelessly, and cows are 'always stuutd." Apostles of Common Sense :M. Poincare is the apostle of plain .common sense. "I never preach it,v though," he-told some one who mentioned this 'fo him; "it is so much radre- useful ^to practice it. The example may do good, and practice of common sense always makes profit." Sturdy common sense is Raymond Poincare's god, and Paris, which has a knack of nicknames; has translated :his name into one already-President .Sriuarepoint. , f-.,He-,waB born in a little square-built 'h,'ouse in the "matter-of-fact little town pf � Bar-le-Duc, which makes jams for ;.the rest of France, and breeds sound politicians, financiers, and writers on grave' subjects. His father was an engineer, his uncle was a doctor whose scientific research work taught Ray-m'^pd .Poincare that there is romance ,ta,iL. / "WIlT give a seven ^eaf lease on an Irrigated 1-2 section to res-pdhsiiie"rpirtles"and sell them 25 b'rood sow*/If Ranted, -W||| sell ' 16^-|jhoi5jd"nlBVef'e^me. - -It usually means a i-wftnt ,of->- pjepai-aUon. There is no difflpulty in $ej|lng.x.what you want, eitfier; fpr your Country ' or for yourself, either' in the smaller things of life or ipl the greater, Jf you �are porfectjy vce^tajn'�tihat� you -iwant I and take the nscaJisaYy. tima and* trou-JtrleJfco find qut tjie-best method of-getting it." > � ;?i ; '' This is tb^ new French President's thedry ot; ty4tifcm&u\Bfo%* � -Ana" Wa love of thoro^hness^ the Absence in thought; pla1ft''.lii&Pjai^ lipejiking; -and simtile courage^ape tjkely to'make'him t"h6 bast �f^MWQtipfcqmhoti Re-publio In'hlBtorf. 1 'a'' " EWOf GOOD HEALTH SPIRIT? BY DRINKING > WOLFE'S M (rlO^NCS CIS) It is no? only the most wholesome spirit a^jpaftle ', as a'stimulant jF6r general use; it Has '-' ' � effeJt upon the,JivefvWh^r^dv .oj^ep'org^sta^a pip|^p|p^j^ of!drgestiVe. '"� \ wm!0m^0S4 Wolff's Schnapps Ji� a/w?jt � 6ftQt'tH.>l+ & ." llissupfHorZn i^ery, w^M0^m^^M HIJDSON BAYXOMPA?fy^ ;