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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta liETiiBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE tETHBKIDGE l>AILy HERALD Thursday, February 20,1913 eSTABUISHED DRCEMBER 1M7 ipJ-WblUhed by the Lethbrldfle Hepalil Publlshlno^Co.,-i-td., ey�ry Mwrul li^^^BVtnlnB at Its offlce. Sixth Street, Lethbrldgs, Alberta,-Canada. PHONE: Editorial) - Reportortal .^nd . New* '/^Department W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director . 'T. W. QUAYUB"'-~ Nianaglng Edttor JOHN TORHANCB. Bualnet* Manager PHONE: iAdvirttelnB Circulation r And "Job Departmenta 1252 I. year, dellTered. .. 6 months, delivered S tnontBa, delivered, 1 montit,'delivered . DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by malt ......... tS.OO �.tnotiitJis, by .malt ...... $f.50 Imon'tjh.b^.mad ...... 25c. $4.00 too 3Sc.. Addresses cboneed as often as desired, but both new and old addresses inu�t be givea. . THE DAILY HBPAUD FOR SALE AT Lethbrldae-Red Cross Drug A. Book .Store:' 3. O. Robertsoa & Co.; Jackson & Co.: Alexandra Hotel; People's Hmg store; Kenny & Allln. Macteod-Tounc & Cck; R. W. Hamilton. PIncher Creek-H J. MitcheUr D. U McCroa. Taber-^Westlak* Bros. Cardston-Alberta Smr * Bosk Company. ., . Fernle, B. C-Percy BeaL Matflotne Ha^-U M. Northam. Cffan broek, Ci^Beattie and .AtiBhlnaoB.;-; ^ ">i7Se. the appHcaUfift ot lh�Jr, ao^oaits to puTposfes other than tbey wore In* tended for. The law as flnally interpreted hinged on a purely legal technicality, as it appeared to tlje Lords ot the Privy Council. This is all the importance which can at(ieicbed to theirs defelBion. U the actto'a of the Sitton gpyemmeiit had hetiii perse- .yet'?dan^fiib(yai^te'^ protests and objections of the bondholders', who' �were tlie people primarily Interested, there might be occasion for the animadversion to which it bus been sUb-, jected. But under the circumstances the firltici&ms we have been recently; accustomed to are merely efforts towards Mlsiftg ft. storm in a teacup. Must Have l^urer Water IrpBRHiE YBABS AGO this Bprlng ItJ. I�thbridg6's water supply wa^ putrid owing to the poor flltra-^ ?|Jpn during Hood season. The citi'* B protested vigorously, and veref H^mised somethips; l)etter. 'TTwo years-ago the �upply -was just bad; r Again th� users raised their^ ices In protest, and all they got B mora promises. ||:I'Last year the water was worse than jlgveh More promises, flavored with n^gS^stions of a gravity water sys* iai^m. which served to sUli the crltl- ifsAnd it is Hot yet-March this year �the same old familiar protests heiard. The cause Is merely with :s a little, earlier than In other years, (Ut the foretaste of what may be ected later In the season is quite 4|SifflIe in civic espenditure j^ut ^fi^-:i� a case where it would toe � fpl|!|t j|q � w^vise retrenchment. A nefw'^flltra^on plant is needed, and badlyi^feded; money will be required ,to-butid. It; then spend the money. ItwouJd I'^^'cH'^ to procrastinate longjerj to'ask'patrons of the system to accept :bBty promises in lieu of pure watqr. Ohe of the first public utilities any new 'Community strives for is an adequate ))t}pp}y' of pure water. If that OURr^^OINT- Ofi^IEW No,, reciprocity isn't a'prOii^nclal issue, but the antagonism; of f Edward Mlchener and C." ,"3'. Steiwart to reciprocity is quite an issue with Alberta farmers. If Borden attempts-vatiy sii'ch bulldozing tactics na all ni'ght'sessloiis'at this stage of the game in the naval debate the Liberals should sleep in relays and give him a full dose of his own medicine. , -Alberta arid ffasltatchewaa voted for reciprocity. As a punishment Mr. Borden will n.6 prpvlnca,lined up with the trusts and interests against the demand for wider', markets. It is ft very Important issue. It is a wonder Mr. SIfton has; not' been carried out on a stretcher in a, state of cpl^tipse. Every .morning ono^ .reads ,,in  thipi headlines ^alidixU XW\ great .acltiev^ui'ents o� Bob 'Pattersoh: and Doc Stewart and others In mak-' ing-him ."w-ittce," 'isquirm,'\eSperlonce: "bad,half hours," etCi Isn't it-ajokej Dr". Stbwart talks about bBcioudlng; the provincial issues, wjt'v, federal, questions when the Liberals speak of the effort ot western farmers to' sor cure wider markets. The /Doctor doesn't like to have the farmers reminded ot the bitter antagpniam shown them by the Conservative leaders in this province. i TM Standard Securiti^^ Co. , Real Estate^andr Invystoiente Owners of M#^^ Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bidg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 Qf^f^ From .HU Friends (Toronto Globe) The OttawajCitizen,. the', leading Conservative paper in eastern Ontario, says the- name of Sip James Whitney is "a. byword and a jest" in Ontario. The Globe -never iaid anything'like that about bini. The-Real Qutrage . (Toronto Star) �'-.'^Jki -u^w-Bjid aervlcsshlfe plantvwoald l>coi|t t^i�e^n.t75,QfiO and $100,000 Let'-^B^bRveji new one. ' l-rpHB, OBJEO-T for which arrange-^* ji^'.:! Scott^ btalii^funds part ot th^.' ^., ; '^oheme of iwrcent?;^!, mjtmorial com.-f"*' |*iv'��lttee wurbe^-tcseo^-tliat thip-deflcir >> pi:OTlded for.'BO^hat tliere* should'! igiik&ojrj of -ths^U^kilon.'/ sa ;l&r^ia| et'bereftv^'51s. 'bopcefned,-4f^to7leWthett'�5i \f, an/8ade^dn[r|Q!^|^ e .from; patfoaaiv. ^ntlmentj-lfftf dng ani attempt- to '^isw;ell, t Sefifi'onI . .^^.^yntions needed.' ' '/X*^^ tjjf^/Apirt from the stirring pict.yre.og^ ' '^-^nos brought lip of a man giyinglr " . as a; aiar^tyr to geogi^p^c, in .carrying .;thev flag 5'to-the extreme limit the^ ;d�sSth.^;6f ''Gjtpl' ' 4fe I on -his widow,- jn; (ure thls-appHes. to: thos^ djearest;lett-.bfehlndvbjf; liartytwrho. suoctimbed, tb "^rJiIch. overtookstienif . U"?. contfiButl6n;. of � lha J*^ has"..served' to make what, it is. 'The cause ppeaU- and calls- for a 8?.,..,Let. us show, that meeUng it. fairly : wealthy. cdngre^stioni esjgect their ministers to subsist. If $12,000 is too high, surely l^IQOO is too low. And there ace.hiyidre^S;^fif piC^ors an Ontario who get less; Borden in Office iljegarding -^ll^ * *r J. giving in detail a hlstory^t s,�.ljearne^ by our provincial goVeni-k-iments,:8ome of which have shown .it^a. slight inclination to allow 'ppli-' 'tfcB to I'supplant the rights ': of '--.illai^' Isv that, the riglite of ..the ^--^r^-Ii!L' 5a'nad4*-,B^JiBt:>;lJe(be-Li At!'flsIKcWt8,'>6'�'en; afc^^he e\�fr--pollilcs,,?;ThefKbVal :nPghUi3^i;jthi8tacttStt=: t 'fiuiiali^i^ifjllfeiMn^^^^ "^"''t&ji^ntlrevln-��"'IcatRgS'ito' or SVfl, he decisions theyj', liflio 3ion TjJtt^jityiJito establish tt. ot'sferiousvc^iiBidera-saf eIy.raigct^ss?d.v fg� ,tt,e';Ry|ilj: Sank ,^ ,.iia4,-toke^u,:;tiie, Mone-, ,,,,,.,pi'$^^6ws',/tAM'ith..-a virtue !5s^^^.^ii{r as the decision goes, tip .on|'y rheneiit the bondholders de-irfye :;l^;;|}jjjt,, should they choope to r^yatlviit^ipBelveB of It, they will be '^'"-n]3ly,'^JjC9d lUvthe position of haying ^^..�gjfQJj'^^e ,bqpds worth one hundred ^^i[}d^4^Jf'-^olIar8 for one hundred doi-, '' '"' "it^'oi the bondholders were rg's ''disregarded in that no Jflttt,'^^ ^raised bv tJiem tn -. (.Montre?il,.Hsrfld^ i.^-rv , Tiei�-'WSEre''lpviiti&arBdfdlS�klMiSls from small 4>ositionsiunder the -goy-ernment in the flrst'three; months after Mr. BordenljCfkpi? jln^q.- power. Thjs �numbRr, 4oeB-^^5^^ti?!-lBfilude the heads that -wcntjlnttt^JJar^fll^lfst under the ax6 of the. "pi^fcagstersgeneral. �And yet .Mr.j'pgrdQjiaijit^ached his greatest height^ .ofs ^'iflp^Mii^e in his denuricljMi^nv.^jfJilil;'^^^ in his oppoptlon!.^V.p;- .O^tib^tlmes, oth-.er-madd^. ,3 Gr|eyBi;'.at?'k:et}>^i?}dge The irsBolJjti^jkxicecenliljfe.ijassed br the 9ow Ul4nd,'Jbi^j4Y.*i^/|rade seeking the cp'Oppr.SilpaVof'iolher towns in Alberta In. It:^j|5a3:1|i;[to /prohibit the piping, o|.-nati|j�l;fi^::^Ut |Of. the pro-.vinpe, ha8,Sl)eign;-:r^t^ly|(^^:,}^l1i; approval'by the, jnaltiEi)s.^.?f^'W*rESlize that thr:6;�jpWri:tlWyf^.tB^^ com- modity �tp.^di^tj^ng.t^i.j^^jand cities �wonldj.undMl{fe|fe5-:i^^^fJmental to the'inWeis'ta^'^i^ltd^^^^ to tlilsvMutte'-cn^^gltfij^^^ It aceiris curious/^jttoBT^P^I^J^^ Leth-bridge, a . city; stha^'i-y^'fe*^^''^^'' great benefit from ilis.:cloae^'pro^^ to the gas belt, 3hg^l!|'flo.J�^ave-,re8pond-cd more heartlYy; alwaSjt the time when, tho act]^al, operatloii of piping gas outside is i'^Coil.^4vative ne-^spapers have expressed t^ii^ fear nlay result in a situation similar to the fatal dispute with the Thirteen Amenean colonies. . .  .' This 'is. flp dj^ftlnarj;. trump'ppy. j[9ljttj "Cal "isStfeT'*'Tt'''TrTf51'i^er^ir'&'battlg'f bstw