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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE FOUR THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER ISO? Sixth SI.. Published by the Ltthtrio'je Herald Co, Ltd., tvery lawful evening autt office, Lethfcridge, Alberta. Canada. Vf. A. Managing director JOHN Business Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Jcb Departments PHONE: Ed'lorUl, Report-trial and NC-AS Department i i> 2 4 -DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES j vejr iV.ivered S'-CO 1 year, by mail...................... Sl.CO raoalhi. delivered.................. JJ-OO ly icsll..................... S.t-SG delivered 3 inpoihs. by null......................'; delivered 1 aic-nlb, by rntll......................25 chunsei is oiten as but fcolh n-'.v addresses limit bo given. THE Ked Cross t-Dook fto're; J. C. HERALD FOB SALE Cranbrosk Beatlie Murphy Co.; Cranbrcok Grasiy Lake Grassv Minneapolis Kemp Oohca Agency. Calgary Lcadicg Hook au.3 Xevi Store. 109A SlU Ave. WTM: News Co. Plr.eher Station Edward Read. St World Xcwa Co. Carmangay CU'reace Kacl-den. Duluth World News Co. Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's L'rae S'.ore; Kecoi Allln; LethbrMse Hole! Cigar Stand. Diamond Dr. Medicine Hit Assmiro'.} A. 0. Provincial N'ews Couipacy. Pinchsr Of ilitcbell Drug Co. Westlake Bros. Vancouver The Wide World News Co.; News Shop. 4J5 Granwell street, JaniieEoii Xeivs L'o. 705 Jiiver SIJs THE WEEKLY HERALD r in elglit cr more arjd contains a summer' of the of tha and ili'lrlct >1.00 -5 mouths In 50c !i mm sps KiDJ CHAMPION REPORTED AS NEW EST 'POINT OF CHURCH LABORS Cardstco. -Alia., Feb. 1C. Large crowds at the Al- beita Stale wiich con- vened iii-t be tabctnacU- Carclston, on Saturday-sill coclir.ccd till Sun- day night. Saturday all day" Sucday the spacious houso': of to the doors, and a record attendance of slake offims v.ere on the-platform, Mayor' Itfown and Martin among the others. 1'resident Edwin J, pre- sided in bis usual capable and genial manner. U'eside liiin' his council- lors, Thos. Diice and Stirling .Wil- liams, U.Ai' rbtrneiv. bishop. T, W. Uuce, also 'sat-oa'tbr platiorm; The "musical-program as usual jo! high merit, ar.d great crtiUt is due. i Conductor Kraut Layne, asd Organist i A. T.. llfnson tor "the ctficimcy ot iliis 'organization. I ID Us welcoming 'words made reference to the tact that 'notwithstanding (he r.itbfr backward I the. tithing oi the stake ivas ia euros ot Inc previous year. He told AN ENIGMA. IM Rodinond-Rohlin and liis jet of Manitoba sire doing things. First they asking for free, wheat. Now they against the proposed expenditure. We do notio! the visit ot the staVe officers. 10 propose to enter into a of the. and demerits of water meters just at Iliis. stage. Champion is the newest point to form but Hie subject is one of general public organization..There are S families and we think, therefore, thai the Commissioner, a resolution press forward with a resolution favoring ten npr cent, reduction in the lanft on agricultural I h (i. I Thai there is objection lo the metering So fsir. Premier Borden does not seem kindly disposed lo these radical changes, suid in spile of Sir Rndmond's legislature, they are nol likely lo alinut this session. The wires are crossed somewhere. ]s Sir Uudmond building up an insurgent of the [Conservative sort of "Bull Moose" bri- gade? Or does he sense the unanimous demands of the wesl. wisely taking cognizance thereof; a general election in Manitoba being in sight? What's the answer? would do well lo weigh public opinion before Uork also was referred to by 5U. Wil- Jliarjis. The edifice of the ibest granite'the Hoci) .Mountains can ul produce. water one cannot doubt after reading the news! At the Saturday session ot the Con- ar.iclc referred to. It may be thai .he objections have no. weight, but they arc from people paying learner was f the bills, and are worthy of consideration. 11 'Eastern States Mission, working looks like poor if the' Commissioners considering railroading the innovation through, j member ot tie legislature, reported months In Either the Commissioners should set about lo in Switzerland, Germany and T-rar.ce. President Wood gave-the address o! the n'.orning session' on Saturday, 'lie thewhole matter lo the people for their voice on correct I he wrong impressions '.vhicb are causing the opposition to the meters, or they should refer DIRECT CONTROL. THE Department of Public has assum- ed the operation of the cily's scavenging de- partment, heretofore controlled by the Board of Health. It is a wise move, in thai il lends lo centralize control under iiiose elected by the people lo gov- ern the city, ll is an economic moS'e, and should result in-saving money.. Direct con I rolls Ih'e niin of commission gov- ernment. There are of our citizens who say lhai the Board of Health could ven1 well be dispensed with now that we have commission govcrnmenl. The Herald does nol agree, how- ever. The hoard ads in an advisory capacily to the commission, furnishing cxperl advice on mailers considered somewhat oulsidc the of problems usually dealt with by the people's elccl- rc-p rcscn to lives. The board has an important place in the community. But the Herald supports move whereby ihc people's money is spenl lirccjly by Iheir vlcclcd commissioners. That is the'safest plan. show the people that water, melers are the are not as I. Thai is what ilie referendum clause was ilaced iii the charier for. The Herald is ralhe.r uclined to believe lliat the Commissioners could thicks to his people. President Woot does not ieep his-words of. reproot tor conclaves.of his own-people... He is ready admit thai ihe Mormon peo- lion to. paH of.Ihc waterworks ills, iC the course were taken.. Then there would be. of of a referendum.' nd hs tells hisjieop tieir religion g EH ia ao ui OUK POINT OF VIEW BUY; RAYMOND SUGAn. IF Ihe comparisons drawn by a local wholesaler in regard lo Uic respective qualities of cane] andliecNiigars are correct, then il "is a sin" thai lun times as much B. C. sugar is used in Lclli- hridge in preference (o Dial mahufaclured al Raymond from home grown heels. The cry "buy al home" is an easy one lo make, bul in Ibis case, il is easier than ever. The is, why does the consumer prefer cane j President frodd paid a 'glowing tri bute to the lierajif tor the very hi! and impartial have been from time'to time of Mor :mon meetings and conferences. -J; AFTERNOOX ..Question: Was.the execution in Calgary .yes-1 The tabeina-Ja vi-ai filled full Saturdaylaltcrnoori.r'J. 1'. Low rep resenline ;the greater "work" in year thar has- ever been accomplished by departmtflt oi the church before. He admonished the HishopVol the difier- eat ivards to make the best possible juse. oi the members ol-.the Seventies their wards.. -Mrs.. Brown, president of the Slake Keliei society, in a..very earnest ad- dress, told of the relief work that the society has been catrjing on. The Piioiary association .had a sponsor in its president, Sirs. Hig- The difficulty 'of. getting good school hours during the fihort days oi -.vinter'.was rather, deterrent to the wnrl-j the said. Mutual Improvprnenl Trork w by lilder Grow of lerday a punishment aflcr all? The Di.xon, (111.) Dodger advertises a real es- lale firm by the name of Ball and Howcll. Some noise to be heard that far away. In the'large cities in the east liiey arfi advo- caliiig the wood yard, work-room, elc.. for the unemployed, and all the outgoing freight trains are loaded lo capacily. Hill sugar? Probably in most cases simply because he thinks'il than heel sugar. The tests submitted by the manager of the Raymond fac- lory show conclusively thai Ihis contention is .wrong, for'beet sugar has one-tenth of one per rent, more sacharrine Ihan. Ihe cane. The cane is not swcelcr; il is nol winter, or finer or coarser (as this ijualily is sit the conlrol of the maker.) Il docs not preserve fniil any bcller Ihan Ihe licet, nor docs it make belter candy. If consumers continue to purchase tlic cane in face, of these proven facts, llicre can he nothing else to il bill prejudice, which lime alone can overcome. The Kriighl people have helped Lelhbridgc in more ways Ihan wonlO be possible to mention and il is incumbent thai Ihc. Lethbridgc consumer should al least give his iupporl to the industry so close to our door. "Buy Raymond and keep (he money in the country, instead of sending il lo Ihe Pacific jcoaif where it remains. Down in St. Paul they aie selling cily honds over the counter al the slice. There must have been a regular bargain day rush, for now Ihcre are over 2000 citizens who are actual share- holders in their ciiv, it T Stephen Dudley, cliie'r in charge of E. L. Taylor, the Manitoba M.P.P., has re- CalEarv bmch, gave an interest- plied lo the Ginili charges with a hunch of you're atlidavils. Lei there be. a full and nou- investigation and Ihe. rascals dealt with they deserve, no. mailer which polilical tag .liey wear. There, is urgent need for some, means lo check he. present reckless waste of water in Leth- hridge. If we conserve our present supply Iherc ivould be no necessity for new pumps. the i Th inmps would cost over three limes as much as at .all the meetings of the Solfl by all good dealers. D. 0. R-DBLIN, Toronto, Sole Agent in Canada. Cahoon was in tbc cliair and the Kun- daj- srhool choir occupied the singing gallery, Jlusic M'as a feature of the service anil all ioincd heartily in some laniliar old hymns. ing account of work in that city. He to the spirit of tolerance which the. people and churcheii ol the city showed toward :'tnc Mormon church. Lack of a practical speaker was a drawback in getting large con- gicgatioES. There are 50 members in Calgary, he sairj. Bisiiop Lcavit! of Clenwood, ar.d Dishop Tanner rj Aetna covered much the same ground in addresses on the duties devolving upon the bishop in his ward work. aged Patriarch Hinman Aunl Ithoaa" Hinman, for 11 years an active worker in the Sunday school, was asfccd hv T'rcsidcnt Woorl 16 tell about Uic ficsi Sunday school she had attended. It was at Navoo (he meters. Wliich shall we have? in his place on the plat- Itamcll declares he will light any prc to further subsidize the C. X. R. with ifom j SUNDAY grant Ibis session. Now what will llic jficers ol tt.c Calgary News Telegram do? Right here's where it loses out lo liic Calgary Herald in Ihc race for favor with the Calgary member. ATTKSDAMCK iiKfonn ay school, (ico. K. R1 THE WATER METER- PROBLEM. kKFERENCE lo oiir news coliiinns today will show (hat public sentiment is divided on (he proposal of the. City Commissioners to spend this summer for (he installation of waltr Inelers on all connections. J'avioiis points arc both for and L Ever and anon someonedown al Oflawa rises lo tell us lliat he is going to do sonieflmi" for Ihe farmers. Dr. Hoclic lias ngaiin done. so. JIc is going lo help toward removing (he .payments on Judging from the way they are saving Ihc good things up, the western farmer is due to have, a celebration some day soon. Hon. Duncan Marshall made the feature spcccb at ihc Oregon Irrigation Congress. The lion. Duncan has a way of making ihcm sit up and lake, notice. 'Il is not long ago lhaf ho made Chicago newspaper men fed hot under Ihc collar because they gave so lillle space lo Ihc inter- im liontd I'at Stock Show and so much lo sensa- tional murder and divorce slories. where she by the Drinking Men The Xcal Treatment has brought, reerloro to of tnen and women adtllctf.d tr> tbo liquor Jiabit. Thn-e daya is ail that fo required in taost casts although some stay aft long us sK Hayx. TIic N'eal Treatment (rannforms Hie craving for Htjuor Inio a poalllve loathing, and rr-rnovts pol-son from the akohoHc It is a sure vegetable rerriedy Infernally, treating iho dieeasc In a practical v.ay. The N'eal Treat- ment can be (akon by the moat talc fcr.son without any fear of 'In- Jury in any mil. vrrJIe phono for booklet and full particulars. Neal Institute Thrrleer.lh Avenue W., Calgary, Phono W. .4525 prophet, Joseph Smith. Her to the Jittie. SunrJay school in the old log buildhig in Cardston in llie early "ajyi v, as intensely interesting. litshop Urown, of Cardslon first aart Bishop Duce of Cardston ward, also maite addresses. THI" AVTEIINOON', The following liishops were on the platform on Sunday afternoon Ilish- flcazcr, of IJeazer; l.caviti, of Glenwood Tanner, of Doce, o! Cardston secoml ward Parker, o! Mountain Vitsv Xoilson, of Kim- ball 1'ierce-Kisher, ol Mill Spring; Ilrown, oi Cardston first ward; Smith, of l.caviti; N'cilson, of T.iy- lonille- Harris, of Wliilc- hearl, of Pine Coulcs. About 50 other olticers had seats on the platform and a choir Ei5 strong led Ihe singing. President Thos. Diire gave a directed address of en- couragement to the v-.orhers in tt'.n stale. Martin Woolf, M.1..A., wai an im- portant speaker on Sunday afternoon. In a forceful address, in which he sep- arated himself entirely from politics, he'reviewed Ihe life of Joseph Smith, anrl coriclurleri hy that he must cither an intellectual gianl nr else he received revelations from (lo.l Mr. Woolf aflirmdd his belltl that he was a prophet ol God, intimating at same time, that this very point was the stoim centre of the Mormon laitli. "II our' people lived up to Ihe rules .So pass, warrior to Ihy rest; Oiie gcntli: step from service. In long sleep. And thou arl witli the memories Mint keep A nation, stcudfnsl, loyal to the hcst Her herd sous have by their lives contest......... And lliougii Moffnl Roynl and St. Lawrence weep Their sorrow lo the Rockies; echoing .sleep. Slill. still IIP hand unlocked the West. How yotilh amid the snows of Labrador........... NeiTcd iiini, one man and yet a hosl To foil till from Hie Aflanlic seaboard frovr........... Out to Ihc: far Pacific's kindly coasl His line lii'.fliintf, and witli linil bond of s Ice I 1'orgcd a and an Empire's weal. Svmon in the Pall Mull NOBODY ABOARD: FATALITY AVERTED Kort Wli'iiarn, Ont.. Feb. no one ivaFfmaimoil or billed :i switch engine on trie Grand Trunk Pacific struck a strret cnr this foro- sard regulations of the Cardslon' Kldcr, "ne wo need lawyers, legislators or i cians. .We would have etcrylliinx ne- cessary for civic government." The Canadian Hank Clerks' as tion advanced ar.othcr stage in i Izalion al noon in the u-C3t end of tbc cilyF tiiff ruilvvay. duo to the fact that tio were p.bcard Iho car. Trie car was knocked off track anil broio en in tMo. Tlio .niptonnan arid con iluctur iiscared .jumping. Tin- train claim ear conductor did not flag Ihp..nio1orman. across LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE TRAIN NO. UEl'AHTUKES EFFECTIVE FED. 8, 1914. TO ill Dally (Kxtef.l Sund.iy) ..........Mcdldmj Hat 13 Daily Hat 512 Daily iKxccM S mday) ..........Cr.lnhrnok 5U Daily ..........................Cr.inbrook SIC Daily girnday) ..........Calvary Daily il-Ixctpl Sunday! ..........t'ardston Ufiily Tnlls ARRIVALS FROM Hat Mcitklii'j Hat ....Caln.iry -----Cardslon Tails TRAIN NO. 513 Daily IKxcepl Jinrnlayl Dally (Ksct-H ijimrlnyl Dally Dally IKtrcpt Kumlny) Dally IKxccvt Sunday) HOUR DEPART. 24.40 4.-IS HOUR AflRIVAt 15.-15 I.3S 2I.JH 13.2" 10.K 1S.I5 ;