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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHi5RII>^'E DAli:.� HERALD Satilii'day, February 15, 1013 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ' ESTABLISHED DECEMBKR 1007 ^ubtlthed by the Lethbrldgo Herald Publl�h(na Co., Ltd., every lawful evinlno at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbridqe, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. aUAYLE IManaging Editor JOHN TORRANCE Buiitiest Manager PHONEi Editorial, Reportorlal And rsiewa Department 122 4 PHONBi Adverttaing Circulation And Job Departmanta 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES �f:g 6 months by mall ...... �1S0 3Sc. i moatb, by mall...... 25c Addreaaes chanffed as often as dulTsd, but both new and old addresses must lie givett. 6 months, deUvenjd..... S months, delivered, 1 month, delivered ...... THE DAILY HERALD FOR �A�,� AT Zttut Ik ibertaon Lethbrldge-Red Crosa Book Store; J. G. Ro_,_-_ � tc Co.; Jackson, ft Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drug store; Kenny * AlUn. Macleod-xoung * C�i K. "if. Hamilton. PInchsr Creek-B. j. ItltoheU; D. L. McCrea. Tabe^-WesUoke Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drue A Book Company. , Fernie, B. C-Percy BeaL MMIeiiM Hat-li. at Nortliam. Clareaholm4;0. L. Relnecke Olamcni^^ttyT-piainona City yanco|iv*iv/B. C.~World Wide NawB Company. ^filP'^t^r* * ���5e^re'!S^2,,^�'" Atae on all C.P.R. trains � THE WEEKLY HERALD . PtibUshed every Wednesday In eight o* mftVe pafea. and contalm a summary of the news of the wepk. iQcal.and district 1 year la advance.........>1.> S'montbs In'advanca Mc C months In advance .,)....,?(?; The H�rald would like to seti the civic oSHclflls the best paid In the province, but the present Is hardly opportune for man;' increases. Don't mix the industrial policy with a lot of negative suggestlon3. Something decidedly positive is the need of the hour.  - The C. P. B. is one of tlie greatest and most successful agenclqs tor boosting the Intensive farming propaganda. Seven Queftc Coriscrvatiyes bolted,, oh the naval policy. Quiiry, hoW': many seats -will Borden oarrj- in Quebec nest election? The nejot pqjular novel will be .by thesagi of-�ed;Deer on "What I don't know about' Finance." The work will be so voluminous two volumes "will, be necessary.. '� BETWIXT AND BETWEEN TOMORROW win be an auspio-lons one with Uie local corps of i" the Salvation Army in that the '.iSne new citadel is to be opened. The ifArmy has been peculiarly recognized ?^in the resnlts which havo attended, - 'work for thc general uplift, and' iiBpibrldge has shared generously in i^ithose hlesainga. The Herald could mat urge too etrongly upon the citl-t;zens of liCthhridge the desl'rability of large attendance at the servJoes, par-^; ticularly the dedicatory ceremonies in |/^e afternoon. The mayor by his An Opportunity. presaiMSc wHl give civic recognition to a good' TsyorJ;, but it would only be dqing tjj^. (}ourt�ous ttilng should the cltijous pack ^he building, and thus Jn a 8l||[fit way glve,Bn expression of the de^p'^i^preciatlon every good living .pitjiie'ji.ieejs for the noble work 'bt "tSe' ^^y. The Herald congratulates'the; SUv�tion Army on its ne'w l^uildlni; and troBts that the added �(;|uipm^ntr, will give full facilities for prosecullng; the work of rescuing the perishing. Th^ Army goes where Qtoers' fr^uently fall short in privilege. , : �!.'� Michener, Fitianci?il Critic 0' NB THING Mr. Michener, leader of the opposition in Alberta,; made clear In his address in ?jthe legislature, and that was that he ;.^oesn't know the credit side from, the ' lehit side of a ledger. He is hope^ laly muddled when it comes to an is of provincial finances, and: e fact .that he uses his most tren-ant language when on that theme monstrates that there is something ilful about-his ignorance. Mr. A^ich-' iner knows that the debt of this pro-nee is what the premier says It is, ; no more and no less. The govern-:'4n�nit cannot borrow money or nego-rfjtiate loans without the sanction of ;.;ithe legislature. Mr. Michener knows ;^^at, or if he doesn't he has no busi-l^,^ to iiudvVtAke tha i-ola =or eritli:. il^r. Michener knows what the provin- cial debt is, hut by a system of juggl-lOK m4. dishonest statements, he at-teiBBt�d ta'jcCBBte the impression that the ^opded indebtedness of the province greater than it Is. . J'What -Mr,, Wichenar hopes � to ^n hy sijo^'methods is hat.d to realbe. .:|f(B if ..^nr^ly: intelligent' enough*4o jkg(y�r-ipj3^|; t�^ electors are bound to ^^ojjJe "W^se to his Ignorance as to finance^,; and to correctly estimate hii| Vjot(ve' in repeating what he now knofrs''is an absolutely misleading pr^^qtati^n of the business of the province.: If Mr. Michener repeats these i,^nfiJr,and untruthful state-j^ents'th^fe can be only one term to apply be will not be ahte to escape. It isn',t pleasant but pp;|ae.]nen by persistent offence merit ihSt Milhg iif'tho tersest posslbla dss-�rij?ftiTe.language. The Copper Coiiisige Opportunity iisjnn HE ADVENT of copper coinage X into L�thbrldge makes it oppor-jifk tune to refer to the system of K^phool Savings Banks in Canada. This f^'ss been adopted in 188 Canadian pub-vUjc schools, others are being add-to the number. The means these liimttltutiona .afford in InculcatinK les-u'^ns of thrift cannot he overestimat-' fMi:. They partlcnlarly - appeal In oni ^estem country where the value of A r^oent has failed to be aipprociated bjr '! We-young. In that the- nlekel. has 1 h|tberto: .i^epresented the' smallest ' .^no-ln circulation. It is also notor-' "|ipu� that in the West, where money jac-re sassly sarasd thsa la -c-thsr Now that the copper has made its official dehut into Lethbrldge financial Sfipi'fty. vrs -mhrntt .th�- foUnwltsjr valuable receipt for making an honesi fortune: Take a cent. Double it tomorrow. Double the rtfsuli again next, day.; Keep on d6||bHng the Testilt every day for a moBtji. At the end of the month you will be the proud possessor of a neat little fortune of over a million dollars. It you uOu'(.:||ttiit)V� iti sit uown some rainy afternoon,'take' a ream or two of paper and llgufe it out for yourself. The flfurlnp; is easy. Then try the real thing.  . � * Thora may he a lot of bl-aff Seating around, but. brush away a few of the musty cobwebs from^ the walls of miemory, and tify to -picture the time in the dim and distant p^st when one cent "was the price of an all-day-sucker. A cent then looked like ready money. * �  m Did somebody in sarcastic vein dub the mayor a blowhar^? They miglit have used the parlor synonym, and make it "Chinooker." Some of the Calgary sport slingers have been getting it off their manly chests these days that it Lethbrldge does not Join the professional ball swim this year, it will reflect on the credit of the province. Last year's experience reflected on the credit of the Calgary team about seven thousand dollars' worth. They know some thing about the credit business.    .' "The icie makers are busy making ke in the curling rink," says a La- combe paper, Nothing ambiguous about thut. One could never for a moment apn'.isi? tViPm of. maklns hay * *  The Tennis Club reciufsts ali "old" members to attend a meeting to be held shortly. Wonder how many they expect to have. The mere men -Tivlll| surely be the only ones on deck, :No lady, e.vcept she be a suffragetite, Avill; admit that she Is old, oE all; thingas  * * Jerry Carrol!; imowit to pverybbdy, � took a fall out of Detective KTonlng! the other day. , , ' , | Jerry is Irish. Tlie explanation, seems almost an insult. Detective Kroning-Kiupp-Krug-or!I! Must be Dutch. � ' Jerry was out early having hjs morning constitutional when he met tits detective. "Morning, Jerry," snid Charles! , "Foine morning. Mister Kroning," says Jerry. The officer smiled. Noticing a thickly applied layer of yellow egg around Jerry's generous mouth, the detective did the Sherlock Holmes stunt, and isays: "I'll bet you the cigars I can toll you what you ate for breakfast this morning, Jerry." "Yer on," was the quick reply. "Ol'll bet yez, ye can't." "Alright then, Jerry, I'll beat you. 'Twas eggs." "It's a dar-T-rn smart davtictive yez are," says Jerry, "but that was four days ago." , Jerry went away with an Isle of Erin grin on his countenunce. Which Is merely another case to prove that the Irish are still a little too much for the Dutch. TKeStan&d Securities Co. Real Esi:aife.a|i.d Inve^^^ ornm P.O.B0X 1979 Owners of .  .  ...s.-' �  .. ... , Suite 111-115 SIierloi^n4^the:i'etums for each room �Ve?IchVoke^ oyer to see "that the figures are^^orreot. This work is generally dofle' fay two or three of the senlot* pupjifl, who get useful e.xper-lenceju!''doing' .it. When this has heen attends to, there is entered in k spsclar'-feport; the record of each olais;. which Is signed by the prlnci-pft!; who'finally deposits the money in the nejirest branch of a chartered baqik and'Sends a cheque for the am-outtt to the head office of the Penny Iji other cities and towns the work done b^ tie Penny Bank office in Tp-roniti) has been iindertak'en by the lopal ^ranc^ of one of the chattered hanks.' " The Ifitter have iuvariably shown themselves willing to do this work,, While they derive no direct rpturp, thp'Indirect benefits are well worth coiWderlng. � We oommenfl the scheme ,to the educational authorities in Lethbridge, i^n4 If.'tliey. are interested in It, and 'cbpsfd^f tbat ItsJnitlatlon here would be^adyantp^eouB, further information can -hp obtained by 'writing to the |'h^a4iaP9e'of tbe bank in Toronto. Turned fllflht Round (Carstalrs-Journal) ,. Last Tuesday'a young; sport from Idaho took one 'of our.fair youpg girls from th� suburias of Carstalrs for a pleasure trip 'ps he'"^called it, but when they boaj^ed [||ie fain many were heard to temarfe that they were leaving for the; young ; gentleman's native land. Fortunately they only got as far as-Calgalry when they seemed to have. :foUowed the directions of the ygung map.'^ napig, Turn-her, and the rasiilt wa8.^^fhat;they returned on the midnight train" to the general happy,, sfutlsfaction - qf. their many friends, ley, Minister of Municipal Affairs for the province of Saskaitchewan; and Professor Oliver, professor of econom-ic.s in the University of Saskatchewan. 'Ehese'intajjpili^ttend'^hi^coifa-ing ngriculturoj.. convention in 'Rome; and they wiUfalao make ^�exhaust-ire study of ;'a3aci-edjt-..systems-in Cheap IVIoney for"' Farmprs (VvluuippB FrW ?ress) The governnjent oil theiprovince of Saskatchewan'has' appointed a commission for a father flni^pe purpose, and in doing so-has:once more shown its determination to keep Ubreast of the needs of the province. The objects of the commit'sion are, first, to examine into..j^ftys and,means for and I bettering the poss^in-^' or Saskatchewan grain on European.markets; and second, to inquire' i^to ways and means of establishing agricultural credit, in other .words, cheap money for fanners. "The members Of this commission are J. H.&Has(ain,' a large land-o'wner in Saskatchewan;. Charles A. Dunning, the' manager of Saskatchewan's preterit system of co-operative elevators; the Hon, George Lang- appen .CTorohto Globe) . Whenthe Honorable Robert Rogers is around strange things seefii J:p;.ha> pen: Answers te questions in the House .pi'Comnions hy ;Me. "Martin, .m! P. of Reglna, indicat^e that Mr. Rogefs had not been very long in the Pepart-jnent of thfe Interior, when a most unprecedented thing .occurred;'.,A. young man named Donaldson, son, pE the Conservfitiv8!iior somebody might have hom^steaded In Major Hill Park oni'that picturesque bit of thenatiPnal heritage-lying between Rldeau Hair'afid. the. Ottawa Rlvei'. And Mr. Rogers .would  have laughed pleasantly and remarked.tllfat the meek ai-,vays had ijiheTltcd; .ths earth and always would if'they wei-e both-meek and Conservativer Make an Offetrlfer Jaood Inside Property, Block Must Be Sold Lots 6 and?, Facing The Executors wiil^d6r|fiir:.iiny I'easionable oflfcr jnoraerto, ?.'�*FiifaHip the Estate. v For iuirparticulars apply tP -H^ts WILSON & SKEITH OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTeV .' , Rellsble Ftro Offioda Repfe� sented by u�^est ;in pretty .strong,colors. --When .'he.says .ithat.a ypry little more�dis-;lieartenment and discouragement, arls ing from these financial conditions, is likely to turn the highly desirable tide of British immigration from Canada to Australia, which country is carrying on an imniigration campaign of exceptional vigor and' enthusiasm, some step in {he direction of relieving the pressure seems most necessary. farm lands fARIVI LVaN3 GREAT BARGAINS ' ; Will {live a seven year lease on an irrigated 1rl?..sectIon .to res-' pofislBle' psrtlcs and sell them 26 brood sows, If w�|r)ted, Wfll.sell ^160'irrijatecl tract at a bargain. Easy terms, O. T. LATHROP Ufferd Bleeic . ffartnt Leam oney To l^psin _. On. improved p'ropetty; and^' for .'building .pUl'pOS6S. 1; r , , � ^V K'.T . ^ TJje C. B. Bowmai^ Ageiiey ACADlA BLOCK '*Just pora Joke 3f All Wanted 'Em A negro �tudent, -when conducting tl)6-prayers' at one'of the- great mls-stonary colleges,'said: "'."God give us all* pilTo hearts, give' us all clean hearts, give us all sweet hearts," to which, the entire congiegatlon made response^ "Amen." He. Got Orders (Montreal. Horaiuj .Blink (the wholesaler) - "Well, how many orders did you get yesterday?"'  Gink (the salesman)-"I got two orders in one shop." Blink-"What were they?" Gink-"One was to get out and the other was to stay out." Snap-' : In Alexander Addition, three ohoioe resi-� deiitiatlots. Tor price and,tonus see- ; The Weber Agency: ALBERTA pLOCK piFTH STREET Dr. Warnock on Bank Interest-and Australian Immlgratfon, (Macleod Advertiser-).;, Dr. Warnock' spoke truly. ..Avhen_ he observed in the House, Ip the co'urse of his speech on the pending, amendments to the Bank Act, that,.the set- OVR POINT. OF,- VIEW , Ha^ph prcvp Be>,',th'e peoplespme,,4,..J?aj;'.the.Waypr his salary. It is spring Iniih,?;"George couldn't' an/ thing better.,', , -. �^}^|jWte"�'i^'1^?'t the Qlty should be j^'e4 jjp ^jr{echnlcailty. Utilise Our Services ,WB ACT AB 53XBCUTOR AND TRUSTEE imPEB WILLS, LJQUJbATbRSs ASSIGNEE, RECEIVER, GlJARDiA'N.-OF. ' INFANTS, ANT) COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS,. , ' [' ' ETC., ETC. . ^ We undertake financial agencies of all kinds, superintend, 5p,veat-_ menta atiidifoUete^. dfvmiida; int^reii^t;' - and  .ag'reemonli'Cpdjfftf^MS}/ � i-\ QlVf VOijR BUSINESS JO '{ "^'^^ . f 'A "iOCAL ENTERPRISE. ' if CpnybBare Block, Lethbrldgo, Alberti'jf '^��^'�'i:. C. F. p. Cbnybpare, Esq., K.C., D.C.L; President. Too Hospitable (Everybody's Magazine) One day an inspector of a New York tenement house found four families living in one room, .shalk lines being drawn across in st\eh a manner as to mark out a quarter for each family. .,"J1o\v (lo you get along here?"^-inquired the Inspector. , "Very well," was the reply. "Only, the man in the farthest corner keeps boarders." � Paying In Kind (Louisville Courier-Journal) . "jHe came in and laid down some sus-plplous-looking bills, with a genuine .ijiqllar bill on top. ' ' .'.,^"1 .want to pay. for thf,t barrel of pptatoes I.gpti" , "Can't take ,thls money,'.' said tlie dealer. � . , '"Why not?" "Most of it Isn't good.** "Tlie. top .layer is good. Is it not?" ."Yes." 'That's the way ' it was with the potatoes." -iy  - .. To -Let .� � � Mr. Smith Is a respectable gentle irt�|,n, who, though he has been'married several years, has not- yet lost his admiration for a pretty, girl, Having, occasion to remove from his present abode he was recently 'looking for �Ji''suitable house, and discovered'one to let In a nniet street. Upon ringing the bell a very piquant and lovely Irish ,siri came to the dpor, looking auWe ohannlng'in her black dress and nip)>;.cap\ � � ,;� '".''lA ihlS'ihouae 'to' let?" asked Mr. Smith., "'"Yes,^* - �^'.^ro you to Be let with it?" he said wlth:a* blftnd Bn^Jle. ^'NStilJi'.' aqs'vifered' the maid, very dj^mu'rejyi "J am,to be let-alone!.." Two Americans ap;groa(}bed Westminster Abbey in-TCwiidoj�, � i "What'^.that?" as^eCoftf "Westwlnster Abbay','^ ' "Have we-'g6t to' Beq'l'tr " "Sure!" '" "Well, you go lnpfile"and'ril go out-side, and we c&n be done -with it'iln three minutes." .. imm MONARCH f 4sSURANCE GOMPANY Head Office: Winnipeg, (Cana4fii. 1912 SUMiviAF^Y' ./�-"-> -Tear ending December-31st, XUa. .. ,'. v .^SSTTBANCBS New, 1912 Total In force .-ASSBITS-R3>si)BVBS -r.K. .. S'U'rfBJiUS^f Gross ........i................�- ^  �Net over p.11 Liabilities...... ^QTMii SECURITY,to.I^iUcyholders.. ' ijSpVnBia'TBD FUNDS ......------------.......... |2.J!18,500,00-6,61(1,348,00 97,670.10 .1,236,168.1.0 360,ei9>00 Increase 'o'vermi  68% 88% FAVORABLE RATE OF INTEREST" . v . . - - ' �1908 - 1909 IBlo: inU IBM .�'Oanadfun.jpompanles mrned..,.;... 8,80% B,41%. B.4B%- 'B^p^ - t" ^Meriaroh- lilfs Earned........-----T... 6,88% , 7.08% 7,?6% 7.76%, 9^-% -'-^� � � � tNot available. . ' I ...........LOW WOR.TALITY �Policy Claims; $7,377. Decrease, 46%. (Less th�n 30% .uf ^'jepfpljution). .Law Jepminations, only. 11% of total buslneys. �./"JNpinvlHitmen.t losses ever ejrperle'hoed by u^.' 1' ^ .'. ..iKiFQrtdf^t. euRoees. Fsetors: Ix)w MortalUv. .jqjjh liit^Mjit.Bati;. Low Ejtpen^?, 'Caroful Adnvlnlstmtlon, all of whlfih are aMv/a "Ip the  complete .J^ONARCH LIFE Report, which will be%aUed on.rfffjiJeBt^j,  Of^FICERS AND DIREOTOI^S , ' NICHOLAS.BAW|!.�fJ^b"S'taVlpR,= K.C. ..... ......_ ...............Winnipeg C. .8. .Ozo'yv�m..i:,.CL..;..y�nepMver '^!Sf^B9Sbmii:�'0. ,...Winnlpea Hon, R. IJoper!�.:(W;;.:Vr..alyflftnwa; ' -S- ^'"iJHthw...........,-W nn peg � R.- Q. lroAeljfe�.,u.;.;i.,,..;,*JSI,ioea [f/'Ci;E,;9^rri6fji<.;;..V.:..-....Winnipeg T. J, 8. 8k nnv...........iffejoory, . �'Hv w; VsJ^'iin;..-:..............Winnipeg __G. A.^Cha3tQnrTyi.9;;,,,;!;:^|;"^^ PreEld'ent, ', J. T. GORDON. ii.'e.*ffpf�ai5�;........... '' J* James,Murphy, Fort WllfJufTi ' ./�' '�J, W. W. STEWART, Managing pire ' 8wr.�t�ry Actuary, 8upt, ofV^i ^ , J,-A/|^ACFARLANP, A.I.A, Ri-8.. ^i^BLIABLE AGENTS W^^^0-:\- \TgHBH SI. ;