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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta P T i TH E L E T H � Rritt-G E DAILY HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t established December 1�07, ' ^ Publl�hea by the^ LMhbrldoe Her�Wl-piiI>�!i�hihovO'o.v Ltd., every lawful avenlng PHONE Editorial, Keportarlal And New* Department 1224 t Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. Ai BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. Q.UAYLE Managing Editor JQHN TOT ranch Busln�s�; Manager PHONE! Advertising Circulation And Jab Departments 12 52 OAiLY SUB&CKtPTICK RATES 1 year, delivered ....... $4.00 1 year, by mall ......... 83.00 6 months, delivered ..... $2.00 > ... . ,, , 3 months, delivered, .... $1.00 �. months, by ma) I ...... $1.50 1 month, delivered ...... 39c. 1 month,-by mall ...... 25c. Addresses changed aa often as deelr�yas told, have been built in the whole k jit her previous history, including the  :v�Spbriod when the province was part '*; CrTthis mileage already, over -laOO "mijes jta^t' been graded and 750 miles of stfel laid. "This," stated ftr;: Beaudreau, in a position where 8 laid'himself open to contradiction, "constitutes on achievement in railway construct ton such as was never known." inane-Fear in any province In ths 'history, the Dominion of Canada.", iThwe statements should be sufficient to bring; conviction.: to all of the practical ^policy wlthv. regard- to rail-ways'carrjedjpn by tb,e Slftpn' government, unless (Key are in thc proverbial condtftb-hro*f theVb^an'^'Bo con vinoed against her will is of the same 1 1305 the railway mileage of the pro-1 opinio^ stl^L The Candidates at.^j^rt^ Lethbridge fT�HE RATKPAYBRS' meeting at .of"thVcJty. ,1^ is possible that the J. North Lethbrldge showed a divergence of opinion with, regard ^"Jto the matter of laying out water , . , . -;.S'*i,The city must have faith in the pos-^ ' Mj^blHUes of its industrial development �\y iJimnioTtlev. to convince others of the � xpSt31-1' - PEoposi ng,:. therefore. . that 4^ � 1 : necessary extensions should bo '' > , � ,j,,'iMiow�sd to wait until an arrangement, -' '"/T^aB agreed on ~ with a prospective s^^annfactttrer, Mr. Bentley Iayshim-j fllf open to the insinuation of -a want. ^ conviction in the belief that a;; 'i^reat' industrial expansion lies ahead' m THE LADIES Ot Lethbridge ,.^�ho;aro interested in .the pub-., "-i lie -library movement we offer -v'-'fiur congratulations. It is time that this matter, which has been in abeyance for two years, should receive jlie .serious attention of the civic authorities. ' ;It is not necessary that a large out-''jl^V should-be'made immediately In ' e rectfy'g a suitable bulldlfls. A. start %cf|ni atall eventB,be madelln a small . ^^^l^optb^'appltoprtatiaR of a%room buijding for the purpose. Public a .jijtsrest, it ,tg true, haB been lacking HH3" urging the creation of a library, -jW|{thopglrtne scheme was endorsed by lafge-^majority^qiithe *Tatepay�Ml" - But-IJks a good many things In this rCit^^n,tepseti.isispasmodic, -and after JtB^pS&rldekce 'ijSa' dormant. There The Public LT8fary candflpte !;d,|d not give sufficient con-si|ej'at}on,tip the weight of. his' utter-ijjces^flt by them be must be judg- , ^hetj} cannot be two opinions as to tbeyiwporjt.^nce of. providing the -necessary exj^iisions �to.'-the industrial site. Action,in this matter has too 4ppg been ^haTacte'rfzed' by* diffidence. live jtndTlirogfessIve-Tiolicy � is- needed, and,Immediately needed; there 1b no necessity cfor waiting. That is if l^iJintjjnd;' to glvc evidence . of the |aith":tf8t's4B'in with regard to the ^t?^s 'industrial situation. Without aijy irreverence we may aptly con-^Wer 'j*e qudtation, "Faith if it hath not^'wwkBi'?is:dead/' in its application-to fh^/Proposed extensions.. ''.JJ^filffi^'ftr.'thoroughly believek, in wb,af,;ia9; Industrial policy will effect fpr its'welfare, then no argument is neeft^ Jc|�upijpld.the,ppllcy of getting : Indus trial' Bite ready. It will be only fojlo^tag. the program outlined j>y the late ',Aldennaii McCambly. .^he cftn^jjl'a^g to *e elected to fill h^JS place should be one'to'whom that program instinctively appeals; both as jBegard^'thp extension oi utilities, and the proposed'central track. In the Qr,r|W'0f"t|(lngB-thi6 is the candidate ^o' should haye the support of the ^fepeyirs;' i,/" WilfSP^;^ want,of appre- 'Mi some literature, in its accessibility to ^h�!.;pnb]ip^ gjves to a community. Books, In these days are much cheaper than they used to be, and standard works do notjr'equire" a long purse for their purchase. They ;-� come thus within easy reaph of'.the masses. But this is not ,,the question-Jn- .debating as to the need, or otherwise, of a pubHc library. A central institution serves'ftabetter purpose than .merely oatering for ar reading public. It is in a way an educational medium in directing-'(the popular taste by the pragjsntatlon pf.what is best In literature,: 'i^lftre' Ib� where the librarian, who is( art'adjunct of the public library, comes in. He is, as a rule, a qjtfn � > who  Is thoroughly conversant not,only.^Ith modern, but all stand-.grdUteratUEja^an^i consequently, adds ^Ov'f^e^usefu]ne'ss of the; library in .a iWlse^ftrfpcHori of books. In the need o| th^/.lnstiWtlon this should be recognised aB a| factor in its scheme of ujj^JtiesaVart^ forms ,�n argument in fa.^dr'' of1 tfte -necessity. f advj&jj the ladles to persevere }J1 tb^r.-qamDaign. Alderman Lover-.l'u^ijjja^he'''pijly candidate at the last 'p^um^pft"}%leFree>Fress) Now that BoB.�Rog^Si% has a few million dollars tb'-sgehdvfn ^public works Our Expenditure Grows Some. .....v, / "vK ^_ & J'. --'-'?�/. :' i" ri ii.1 'm 1 'ii" 'ii'..' n r.ii|fi '