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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 0m JPagel Ttteaiiay* Febi'wary 18,1.91 LETHBRIDGE HERALD ESTABLISHED DSckMBER IMT Published by the LetHbuaae-Hartid yubllthlnd i.M.� evtry, Itwful venlne At Its omrt, Sixth Sti^t, .L�thhiado�,.A)b' PHONEl ^ J AdvertWnB- i?a biMuUtlin' ^' And J�b .y D�partnii(nt� ^ 12 52 1' yeir. aai^iwa ^...... $iM 1 6 itiotiths, dellvared..... JS-W g; S months, dalivarad. .... tyM t-* 1 month, aell��ir*d ...... �e. M �J yawi,-fcyMiiiaLU' ^..i.,.tmw inoiiitlia,~by nuOI...... wontb, by maU...... Me. Aadresaea chanxed aa often aa dcalrad, but betb oaw aad aid ddraaaaa muat ba giva^ ; -THHv&AlLY.HHPAl.a �rR'8At.B AT -. ISia^ a^?^ C-Baattla and MacleOd^YounC * Ca.: A. W. Hamilton. Plnchsr Creak-& J. Mitchell; D. L. UdCrea, t'afaaii^Waatlafca Broa. It>^. I.. Relneclca j^am^^CIW-Dlamoad City VjiniaWaf, C-World Wide Nawa'company. Cartfttoh^Albarta Druit * Bm^ Compaur. > Fernie, B. C-Percy Baal.- " jafHiRaasdUi^Brown il�mk Street. ?AW'^ iiW CP.R. tralna " s THE WEgKLV HEttALp. .. Publlttaa (itery Wednaada/ In �l*bt dTSraWtlMMi; and eontataa * aummary of thanaws oni(*r,>OK. J*ii�rti^�^^ I year M advance.........Il.i . :sWontl�a t laonUia la dvaae�;*....i..7te. r Tn StrcCESSFUIjLT endorsing the candidature of J. P. HaffllUon. the V. rat�pajr�ra Jaave added a uBefu],| �mettiber to iha aldermanlo board, Tbe:' � Dolioy ot the new alderman, aa �prtR] �"seated to tbe electorate la tbe col-: nmnft ot the Herald, showed a reooip. ; nltfouot the Immediate. neoeaalT ties of the Inditstrial situation, Thei i jiecessary requirement in the matter' ; of. .fitting th� Induatri&i area as speedily as Dossftle with fower, light water, and sower extensions, as urged ')>y. thin journal, was emphasized Jthe candidate. t That the ratepayers have had en-Mough ota BhiUy-shaUy atUtude In thi^ K matter is abundantly evident, andtJie election of ,Mr. IHamllton should serve' : as a spur to cause the council totaltf .'ImmedIate,aotlon In this regard. We are, UltewlBe, pleased to note: :�the substantiating, by the; new 'alder� :',man of the importance of following ^^iip personally enquiries f^m .lndt>� vsJi^ai -cqnoernsi ;rhls mewia, .ths * The NeW" ;?^yefjflan AtirinrRins the i poln^ent' of* an iridusirisi Commis-Bione?, jm/oi&oe which la by no means a^lnecur^i'and to fill the same -with at capabie^an should be the council's gpy^lfajLvor. ^ .*h# uioe i for deliberation is now �iS8�r:%1Jttlr-iB tequired is activity ajjd MqBt^of^activity. With the mem-. bers;-6ftS�r:dYlc council an in accord { �wJit^r|^ft',to the, necessity of a pro^ frfreas^^^lliftvtetrial. jpllcy, the""citl-tmn (irf w^urally looking forward for ^videiie^/iitA material kind to'cpu' TincC tfiem "of the cofifiaence they ijave ,;pla^ii3'tn the members of the cffnaoU^^y^have elected In the faith t^^.', Lethbrldge has every' reason, to ioel ^ud of the fth6wlng-of its ^electrical plant. It Is a money make"r.-  Australia does not carry appeals to the law lords ot the privy council. Are they any Jess- a part ot tue avit-lah Smplrc than Canada? The defeated candidates have nothing to cry over. Only onevcould be elected and the defeated men polled a good vote. �Hon. Mr. Mitchell in his speech yesterday gave further evidence ..that ho Is one'ot the rttt)!dly growing men of the ffrOiVlufce. ;,.*'�'" In Mr, Hamilton the city has elected to the cov^cil a man. well XUted to render nhle jsoryice. Hels well ih-formed and Wlien- ha acts It Is, generally after "mature deliberation. Mr. Glenlster did well and should make up his mlhd to try again, i He could also do good serylcev. Unfortunately :i�flp^?^^^ is the only, means ;i,ytoe located will give added weight tSJ ;v;the resolutions . of the Individual^ ; j^oards;, Tife � etnphasis thus placed **^lil, without doubt, �'i^�^��..i'.w,- 'r^Wlt id only ri#ht and proper that t' >*alma of iLethbrldge should'1* ' froiii^t tetw^rd^ and no oppdrti 'IfiW^0!^omtii6d^ tfie:'ttttthorltlSg" t^ In-the sItuatlOtt 6f 'oft* 'of the :?i;S�)Bed offldee there la no diriseni  wide. This lathe only sane an "'ftgltlffliltb fif6H�ir; to.' h� � ^pfirsued,;' l^icClfr^AO necessity for antlcipaUng tliat.;^tht)Wd�e will be pasged by, i^&d 'fOrv^^unching. into maledictions agaln^ :'lha :��>ternment. over: a/ fate ^nii^Il'U'fry ^0 means assured. ':%Ai(ttaMqs~i8 praiseworthy and should ii-:f^hiflH^^0>'^people have at their dis-;B^^ele;h as much on themj; thougli itf-: ^i^ireqtly, ^.as upon the active partlsantr ;^n it. It'iB a matter which Concemi! .-'them -vitally, aad resolutions' qi thf'^ description,- uhlversally passed, cahj .not but fall to have their desii  effect in causing statesmen to;ihi , i twice before precipitating their^Coi �.v:..;'.:-..try into, warfare,, .� .� / >'{'v'',^^1,-' Labor is, a mighty power ^n^i ('aH-, -ilands, and in declaring agftll^^i^'-WJiM^i with all Its attendant horrors';lti;1i .l^exhibitlng an opinion which It jf" liable to enforce. It ig in a-pOBltipn'?, i',.vv: disorganize the whole' interniiKnji, chlnery ef nations if it so win8.*^,hii[' ;.. s.|;;*hese'm�ans are to be Used for.^^rl "" . ,ing about results th^t are behefi ._^nona, wllf gainsay '^helr, wisdom; /r^';Wehavd; been told that wars are , :],li|nglneereil kin the chancelleries of 'and; wars, clasft those h'ajf? bee>i, broilgbt ahont by' ' Too'ritsequefatiy, as. history I ^ave so originated, and V of organteed-IftboE can fi�. particular kind of ^waf e much In the Interestg �� .... ih to hope that wars, will -but much can be doni ^a temptation to rush ; It has been laid down |hat nations only engiage fbr material gain,. Too ^ hje actuated.,by ^a.-,�pirit a^^nd{z�thent,^,and here it is that ne-tmni^^^d;voice of labor, can."call �a.,^^\ii'..\S^}3ji--. under oertalui,' ciroumv st}ipo8|j'jifffr Is unavoidable, and.the a^'id|i;t Iftd down become^; phattered-, A"^ fWfiie In p4lnt 1^ the red,ent cam'-p^i^b^itij the Balkans urged on by a  Anothe^� Ananias A- magazine writer, -who has gone ,':back to the farm,"' tells, about "sixteen. li6Urs v - ' ' -C '' . � ' /  .' ' ' " ' . The C. B. Bowman Agency , � ' '.PHPNE1325 ' A0AD1^ BLOCK 51 ^^'^ijiefleialtyj^.and not through any of material gain in its strict But in this being regarded as oeption to the rule there is f;!t^^t wars in their general na^ 'c^n.be prevented when there vr^aspn^ behind them other than i^defflodipg of national' honor, '""ijsling into wars for material 's^lfoidental loss will have to �J,.igom prehended. This can 'i^yought home by resolutions !>fo ^Ihose endorsed by the con-'miners. But to have any iiieneflt they will have to be iipd by all countries alike; ee.'Hi'^''^ mean the placing at of those -where tiiey 'Inffiwnee by leaving th�im'preys to'|St>we?'9 whose course of action is jiol'sohindicapived. ^ OUR POINT, r9f' yJE^W V,!- ifS^dff^*'^ where are all those wonderful n iWlttJi-^iap^ surveyor on the council the opposition were going-'f-;l;,3!irdi'}t:should lighten the task of �i iQt^lj^^StAyQif' Sittott' government? / -AJ^-f- yitet put' th�t industrial ail&. �� > " /&:.a-,."'.�;:..................ill:..... Use Tplii^. Merald, the paper that ; hdliJsvdie/j^eGord for America with ^ A Ctfar Pircyilation Exceeding^ the Numl>^r ;Qf Residences in the City \ The ^ problem of covering a city^ arxd ^i^trict with on^ ^c^liapet i .he^^..bpeA/-9plve.d by The Hqi^ald CiR^tiLATION poo - An Awkward-Apology  A kindergarten teacher In Washington, with-a pile of books on her. arm, was about to get -oft a street car just aa a gentleman whom she thought she recognized as the parent of a pupil in her school got on. . . "Good morning!" she said with a cheery smile. , -Instantly she saw, by -Uve quizzical expression on the face of the man addressed, that she had made a mistake. Intending to correct It,' she added quickly: , , 'Oh, pardon me! I thought you were the father of one qf my children."-Judge. . � . Mrs, Sprotile, wife of the Hon, DK eproule^f Commbnti, has been the hostess at.hiany i'ashl'opBip^'giitj^^^^^^^ this yoBr,:and has prowen htrsolf de8Srv;edly |M)piilj�|Vn:l^� Is a phi graph taken .at'the capital, ' .V T :� i;-r.li;-!^#'':?'i^>t'^^^ n Ottsw phot^ 7. '.'MR. PARiCER,M. KEliflBLE. v-'Who.-.has � accelptea tWe'/pd'sltliih of J:ma,t)aH.er< of th*' Com^er'olal ,Oopart--�VllSilt^of the Unlort'G^'giid .tlfiptrlc Oci.at one of the b'est salaries Of'any Electrical engineer In North America. iiiiiiiiiiiM wmmm ;