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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LKTHBBIDGE THAl^Lt HgRALP, Monday, Febriia^y 17, lOlg. ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1t07 Puhllihed by the Lethbrlds*- HeVsldtPubltinfnq Co.j, �.�., trtrf I vcnlno at Ite otflce. Sixth Str��t, L�thbrl�lB��: Alberta, Canada. W. A." BUCHANAN ManaalnB'Oliteetw: T. W, QOAVLE ' PHONE: Editorial,-Reportorlal And New� Department 12 24 JOHN TOl�BANCS BMtlness Managar ' PHONBi Advertlalna CIroulatlon And Job D�partm�flta 12 52 I DAILV aussCriii^rSSK Si':??:* .1 year, dellrerea ....... JJ-M 1 y�ar. by mail .. * jnohth* by mall .^^-'BOBth, bjr mall 6 month*, dellverea , S months, delivered. 1 month, delivered 02.00 $7.00 3�e. Iddfessea chansed M often ai>-A*Wfj*i *Bt addresses must bft iKx?'*''^ THE daily; H6li�AfiBr.^p|f;^ .... ... 2Be. and eld Lithbrldpe-Cross Prug * B�k ftore! J. a Bobertaon & Co.; JacHson * Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Foozle's Dru� wWiim�v>�**--I'- M. Northam. Ct^^i^^k|^i. 0�-Bea.tU� and Ciarj^ijo!^-O- li. Rolnecke (Msclead-Toun� * CO.;, H. W. Dytrt'i^^ - HamUton. ' Cardston-Alberta Drui * Book  Spelf a Company. . : . CojV, Fernle, B. C-Percy BeaL , fk\f C.-Wofld wide ft Brown, 'ho Jamleson News Iveralde Avenue, in lin C.P.R. traino THE WEEKLY-HB|F?AWP Published avery Wednesday "irtlt .fflftraPW^ SfdJ'f?'*'" * summary of the news ot-W ey,iloc*l and district 1 yw In advaico .........n.. ' ' "S-rf&n&t^K advaac* ..... Mc : :.; ; : Kmonths 111 adymd*.Tic. . Welcome lQ'>hc Mipers . "�p H3E HERALD in behalf  of. its Jl raaders Weipomes the miners'tq IMhiridge. Thore la no body pt men whom this city ehonid Join wore heartily in welcoming. They i]|ir� th� man -who produce a big part . 2pr iho wekkb br tha dis&id't upon -whioI^.I^ibbrldBe Is dependent^ &nd ip. thlB, aside from their personal �X-cellences. they should be giren the sight htud'Of fellowahtp from the city. The njl^jB arfe working at a calling In w^iplj.; their lives are conBiantly sjt �otalt9Ji and they are'contributing oonsi^erfshjy more than they are artfdUSia*'v>lth' in building up this ^fibtetj-y. .Welcome -to the miners. �Jj^ay ^glfi deliberations be harnion-iopB 4fl'i" the r�8\�ltB beneflciar "tb ?'^iry'^in4n who follows the calling. if _._ Some-Alberta fQ|||o]^ rH. KILET, for" the present anijf" - for the last time the membei*-' for Gleichen, spoke in the Ie|^-^ ':isiatur� on Friday. Mr.. RiSey is s i-iperrert from LilberaliBm becanse bro-i-iher Ezra had a grievance, and, loytd iBon of-tile family, he turned too. Thst ;^tis all the i:i;:;M needs .excel everyone else iaifhe d�|i^' ipf his.v.enom, a^d^n'o ajj^^ke la now' .: i'too . sCrong.^.ftji^' tha .-aOaceitea. ypun|R LfjitatiBBmaff^rthrowi afc the Ui6e|v�)^" OUR POINT OF VIEW ._-_ Whoever 'i� elected today It Bhould be all right for the industrial policy. Work for a land UtJea office for this city as a Lethbrldge liiAri, not as a party, .enthusiast. . The more the details como out ot the tragedy-at the South Pole, the more evident-it is that British bravery Is as vital,today as it ever was.. � The � inttsmatlontii Bank - biisIU'SSB has been sold, and that was probably what the bank was establislied tor. It the miners dBCide to move th�ir headnuarterT to I>ethbv!dse, the city should welcome them heartily. Itjs the'head oflice of a bis Institution. Over $100,000 were distributed.Jn Lethbrldge on Saturday by the mineS; for 'wages. Some Industry after all, Isn't It? Wiiii G!it^ fhink Borden Statesmanship (Toronto' Globe) Judicious expenditure .features the latest federal ; appropriations; The only ; constituency in Alberta represented by a Conservative gets $970,-000; the -whole of the remainder of the province gets ISHSOO. Nice dl's-crimlnation, bii^ danfserous^if carried too far. pattln? lovingly the worn cover au.d crinkled odses; aud the ofTicc cat was nofw one installod in Its place. Tne ii�.pUng.'thftp broke up 'with three cheers to the editor.  The Standii Securities Real Estate! and Investments Sifiie 111-H5 Sherlock BWg. ' PABox 1979 . Phone 1291 visiting the Old Hortte * (Grain Growers Guide) Industrial CaniMa, the' tariff baron's organ, publishes a yarn about 50,000 western farmers apendtng the winter In Ontario. No douht Qultca number of mar,farmers have visited their old Ontario homes, but 2000 would be a large eatlmatei � - Sut the bfirons of privilege Be.eni ei|ira|;e4 that a farmer should have enough money saved to visit bis aged parents. T|;te manufacturers seem to think that a farmer has no r4sht^ to- anything more than f scanty. Ittring and that anything above this should he plunderad from him by the tariff.  i.a^tere5iler SHton in particular. .,ilr��^B*a'htBtOry to this Rfley turnover, ' irjar; Sihon had. not taken the i^i'eiii|B^B]Slg^:'4ie"re was a chanc* for brpt|i^r -^Ij-a becoming a cabinet in PiS^e.'fpvemmflnt In which Mr. (oh^er^ j^d' accepted a: portfolio; '""�iJai^-^i^ot turn out that way Mid ^^�'WtvCoiii-;^^v |g^V|o_Arr.'.^Jey teiVake good Something .Wrong (MedlbiJie Hat N^ws) It will be nS^ed in tba'giscvsslon of Arthur Mel^hetfs resolution ; regarding co-operatlTe banks that the only member who vfoleatlyoroosed it was Prank R. Lalor, the member for Hal-dimand. He fa a leading magnate in the Dominioi| .Coasm9*'tovested, they are soSfi^d .Wnihino * prices- to pay big divid^gS^^.OJH;; .Kfttjer^d stock to the other itpllowsi :MelgJien, Buchanan, et aS' are right; There is '*fust ppr a Joke'f Awful "Good gracious! What makes yoji look like that? Has anythlngi happened?" . ; ' "Well, I ^had portrait painted recently by an Impressionist and I'm trying' to look like it."-^Filegende Blnotter.  j-h....... "*'^yk}^P..ii^, > A ineOBKING to ppbljsli^ .Btotg? cAi.J�erit8 there .1* a-Jlfj^d^ncr-^ . , ,tfiB:iiart pf;8omf,of J3xe,poijr�r?t, ' piat-}>e-4p the co^t-^jtjjpow^^tp;. ^ ; tadu�lJ^al�rh. irp?a ,tS;e^-'JJft. , ' �i,te,^dvised:.har BjtpwU RQss ^to^^W^ ,per horsevsow^r wiiji.' a'tpn per pea^ .^.^ (.aiBcounttUiaBtag if tlS apt. '"^ -}i-'sl|owa v-----j^-^ - ^- -- c'. Tha >ldfea is entirely commendable^; ipsodvqed^fpr-Uttle more than the cost ^d IB "a|rtlev�a; the council should coi5^,,I t}.i^ pjint. And in addition, [;(>oi|r'-f}?l-^st less *W� year tiy: sev-'j^fik^^aaiii^^jg^'-ixM than it has herer ;:,gj5|,lfJ|f^|lV^#� matters Into con-'f^(^^|i^|i^;||l)e;Herald cannot see why |.i^^^i^lj^ip|]te.fihpuld not be establlBhed. l/^;it ||^|,t^JB,>oop^ it Is certainly [S^vlj^^testaJ'iifive the industrial cen-'3^;^|^|g||.'t(^, the power sta'tlon as jrider Ions'.before making the ratp Jiigter than �i8.' ,:l'It WQuid\BeeiB ,f.or.all lUMcUcal pur-s.rpotew thkt dollar tete, with i'jjp ^allowance for dlecount, would b? ^ better talking point than a higher ^te With a dtteount for cash. Leth' f-^^rldso wants to be able to advertise flat rate which will be attractive. i'Thit la the point underlying th^ "Whole, controverBy over cheap power tB�jnpti-C4re- ;ali!; thwi the first thousand now be-in(j;-ti|^ for-olty utIUtlcs, water, light and 'Stwet; railway. Then too, the nisk-tiirho-generatOT requires lesB coal paokajgits'th �;iB^ni;;v^(r;f boon tttigo ig^ .jvM'.r;] . ;mqniliig^>tbf Tnooti ;sharpr' rpnage''*lll''lj^ �lntiS!'?iEEs-;|*-*-Jor :dxsp.ipsia ;0fce!ka!ev;a'm6i)tg. can't ifet-go tbap'are'.'a-^fej" "deeHf at nooff^ . ,.it�red ^^^c^ifApaBfeiioard at pack-the at .-g^^-f'pSSimedl. f^^S '^ieJjtion. mt^ in-�at they 'enough [Ult the office. Cornered "You look, .like a tramp." "I might as well admit, mitm, that I am, i.i dpn't'See no chat^at-.of passing myseltrpiL as a hiking �utlLTa|gexxe or a boy scout^^-^Washlngton Herald. ^- ^Genius '�. � y ''.3q you'insiat-thaf your'hoy-Johp Is a genius?" � " ���� � v "Yes," replied Farmer Comtossah "I don't know exactly -n-hat; a igt^riius is. ,But we'v'^ got to give some e5�!u8e for his not doln' any regular work,"-^ WashingtOtt^gtar. . �;-^;Enthuslastlc' / "He has ''all'the enthusiasm'- of youth." : V.:, "That's so?" �� ; "Yes. He s;Hl^ buys tbe flashlight pictures .of ^tUfe banquets that he attends." , ' '� .^Define It Sea Captain-^Walter, what do^you CalUhl??..-,:..^"*..,.^.-;.:, . .. Waiter--Boplllon, sir. � - � Sea CapTain-Well, well'.'l muai have sailed oil bouillon aSa did not know i ^r-Meggend'orfer'Bla^t^ ter. ' \ '  f^|-^- -v - . .VOiirlnn itte Noon Hour' '' Pat *(lunchffl| beside the-trench)^ Here comes-Fatlier-.Ryan: ^Pttt .- 5jng one of J7B for a car ot 20,000 ' '{^onnds on the old rate to Lethbrldge. fbe oosib of milch cows and heifers til thus be substantially reduced; , �'^hen -transportation rates are cut .\4oyfn. .^r'We atelold that while the population of- the province has trebled In hei*'la�tnvie years, there are not so [tany cattle In tbe country today af here were five years ago. The seiv. ^uBUess of the situation is already be-llg'' felt/ ai^d if It is to continue j'hrospectaiiead cannot be looked ,-'Kar&;& wjpjowt alarm. But much aiggvUetjaaw will} be - removed by the "Ipnopn-bement ihadc by the railway r^nipapy, vif 'tfomero will BerlouBly p^eVdYaDjage of the reduction: given " "'�''ifijlmr- "Pro rata redueHons ar^ tti'^^other stations In the proi l^wo,i|K) vevery 'agricultural; area 1* 'ayqredJn the*eamei way. Here Ib an ^ortunity' aSprded tp farmers |or. B0.|9jierati^n,ln, ith^ matter of makls Doings at f^ed beep (Red' Pc^r jNewe^) The issue :of WednegdRYi January 29th, closed the, elghtji^ volume In the career of the^NewsiM-The ijfnth vol: ume w^ hopetb'mi'^e as'bright and newsyas possltj^^, al'yirayVend^avorlng to isBu� a ra^-ijaj: ylli interest our readers.. A w'e^ii'wrgjjiOuy-.-.uarksd -the first issue''of?''the5.P#eBent volume. In grive aileji^^hev^evtll^l^hed his-annual sweep^P, eve^jfto'pie^piost remote cornerBMiihe 'fqreman, .^arefuUy laid away the -flte ot-the'last year. Paid In Full  -� Mamnla-Yesterday I ;gav,d jyoB . a; dime to b� good; today youLare worse than.ever. '". ' Small Sara-That's right, .ijamma; r want to ghow you'that you^6t',your money's worth yesterday.;.:-; . The Long Reach of the Want Adi-Hie-Let's go down to. mother^s for dinner. � , She-Can't. 'She'has noVmaid. - > He-How did you know? Yoa^haven't seenher. ��..... She-I saw her Want A^dear,'?" - ' Mrs. Brown-�^ly in the agricultural inter-e^^, but in that ot the community, it; 'is to be sincerely trusted that the cattle'industry win be placed In the fqrefrottt'of tbpse needed In the pro-vlnpe.s/Elje breeding of cattle is what ii|i)puld b^j^ttmed at, and lor this the '^oiiitleB Afforded a-re on a generous rl^r^ers'Pave been educated as to t:}i6:'dltffrej>o'e between beef cattle l^ijd 'tljpi^' ioT dairying, ahd they :^^^ouW;'uW their knowledge when lai' p^ftlfljir;;^0 as to ensure the correct (i^'Wf.Jhf Pp:�0?e required To Get Customers Us^ The Herald,.the p^p.err.tHair' holds the record for. America'witli . Studies of the Vernacular ' .'il'Sayjen, wossatchogot?"  ."Watchamean?" � "Youreatinsumpin!" , ..-''Snuthiributta wadagumklt." > "Well, canchagimmychunk?" ^*".SoHigot."  � - V'f'Oakumolt!" ' f.^"You gotchoornerve!" pQHlteherflbbln!" :#"AwcutItout, girls!" warned the floorwalker, who had ..happened along and overheard the convorsationr...... Fu.-nSshfng Good Prints i-:"Why don't you make Johnny.'wash his-hands once m awhile?" � "They are taking finger prints at his school,'^ answered the wife, "and you know how the child levies to expel," A City Circulation ExCjeedifelU^ Numb#1^|)|;;;;Resid#fe^ The prpblem of covering ,^;c|t^. and district; with \ orie ' m^^/'' hae bepri solved By The Hera|a/ v Hhuffled Knocks "it's too bad, � Old (ihap, that � you didn't get an invitation to that affair; we forgot all about you." ' �"Say, Lil, you don't need to be ishamed of that dress. When a gar-m'ent Is well made, what's the difftr-ionce howicbcap the stuff la?" jVrj'What I artmlre most particularly Ij&ypur lectures, professor, -jls that [tlfey're always short:"- -l-j-'fYou take splendid care of your 'jlprses, anyhow, Tlrorgaonv By the way, do you ever hear from thatruu-.avyUy .(boy .of .ypu'rs7"-rChlcago Trl-.biine. ..^ Cctwpufjyner riillosophy This wdrfd'i bo doggone big and bright ' X'd.ljke to'pad^'imy.grlp And g'iart, out ip>m the ranch some . On 'B^n^^.wlde.jendlesa trip; j r^,Uke',to,gfp.*ai?f3^never stop, "Ijnyij. �v(|iia!n.''BDmes. death's call, t^i9SMii-?igb-^',Cft:U'right, old top- l'� strouger, i.^l -'^^ ^ . Out where n.,Bmll�.dwaUM � Uttle longer) s\ t . That's wher �^{j''/ yfhi.iS the bPa4s-:,5rfv'lilB5f"Jkre a wee bit Ughtqi;- ' Tha;t's w4ieroH^)J,-,'V^SSt;l>PKihs.. Out where.thejiW�(i;aise:&''trifle bluer, Out where frlendehl^p^a-thlie truer; That's wliere-tli�'''We8t hegins. Out wher� a fyeBlleribfe.W88t liep;lns. .. Out where the -wpria U lh� miking, Where fewer'he''i)rtBVJWfc'U%Bphlr are achlifg-, '1 ' \l . That's wjierg 'th9.^?Si^R''*s-Wbe're thqjre'ij TOPi;e >0ji: ^pglng and less of BlgJi^ng.Ty-i-'.Si Where there'^ pore pf~'flying and loss of ha^ln^,. J And a .man; noakes-l friei\SB, .:vnithout half trying*-�'.'': :. �.� That's where the We?t'^begins. ; - -Arthur ahapr&(vn Int "3ffe)i.y^r Republican, . ^GENERAL ELECTION POSSIBLE'-., Workers , i^'Woodrow Wilson naturally he-{lleves in a college education- for boy a ifind; girls alike," said a banker at the Princeton club in- New York, .f ."Mr. Wllaon; lunching with me here onpe 'Bald In his quaint way that the, ;p1^ idea about a obliege education ;unfittlng a lad for wo'rk had quite :'diVd oiit.  f lv'?We no longer bear,' he declared, ysiotka like those of Gobsa Gclde.^. ; ---'"When Gobsa Gplde's 8qn.,Seatter--IVSiJofi.'-he explained, ('desired'to go,.to VWlnceton, he said to the old man; ^ '"Pater, is it true that boys who ;