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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBrtlBCxE iyA^_njRn;AjLTi_ Fluidity, Febi'iiaiy 21,1913. MTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD eSTABUISHED DECEMBER ICOr ' � , . published by the Lathbrldoo Herald Puhl..h!ifflt'Ct>.; Lttf.,weiV l�wf�ll BVenIno at its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, AlH�i!t�,.. 1 month, by mall...... Mc. "Iddrli^fes changed aa often an desired, but both new-and old addresses must be glveix. ;THE CrAIUY HEPAUD FOB SAtE AT jiea.r. delivered....... months, delivered..... �200 months, delivered, $1.00 month, delivered.....; 35c Cross Drus, * _______Offl; j. g. Roljertson * -Toftu-FeoRle's Dm* . _______-Feogle's store; Kenny & Afllnv . andra Hote ft Co.; B. yr. Macleod-Tounir Hamilton. . pineher Creek-B. X. MltcheUi D. I� McCroa. Taber-Westlake Broe. Cardston-Alberta Dru� * Book Company.  Fernle, B. C-Percy BaaL Medlelite Hat-!..f!� He man to go and work for a change, The govGrnment doesn't exist to provide jobs for the never sveata. Hon.' Malcolm McK�n7.io made a serious clmrgft against the Michencr par'tjf in reference to their atUtude on th� A. & 0. W.> litigation, and there is 'ilb denlar Wrthcoming or a satisfactory oharncler, � Mr. Rutherford probably is excusable tor voting each Vssslon with the opposition on the anV^sndmeiit to the speech from the Ihrphc, especially when lie taircT,-8 it. up by wting for the got'ernmettt-too. There Is no doubting but ho i� 'I real sood fellow. ? � , , The reasbn. the Mlclieiior party fiil-miiintes sd'linterly in the legislature against bond guarantees and then fall -to divide the; house Is that they can go into a aistrict In which a railway. Is under construction and claim that there is no record of the Con-servative party ever having opposed the railway. It's an old-time game but not a very honol-able one. Why This Knock? (Toronta-Telegram, Con.) A mighty debater is Hon. George B. Foster, and'hia place is in Ottawa, not China or Jiipan, Mr. Foster tan-not negotiate trade treaties any better than ho can ruil libel suits against the Olobe. , � Wear Their To�6 Out \ (Hamilton Horald) Although the House of Lords has hicked out the Wolsh church disestablishment bill, the bill will soon go back to the lords tqy another application of 'the aristocratic toe. And after It goes back once more, the aristocratic toe will not get another chance at it. J 1= Mendacious Tactics THH) remarkable spectacle is -witnessed in the Alberta 1^ legislature of the opposition .--trying to secure a meeting of the public accounts committee and ivi the. government refusing to �p-., point a day.. A touch of comedy i, la'given to the situation .l)y the chairman of the committee, a gov-r emment supporter, offering to call s the committee together at a date before the public accounts are brought down but refusing, to 'i, .name any day-after that. i, if'The above from the Calgary ^Herald '|s a sample of the journalism backing ,tUe">t|ch*net outfit in this province The veriest school boy knows that no committee of the legislature has been orgjf'piasd'r y�t,^ .That no committee ever Is'Organised until the debate on the address; Is? completed. The first �week of the l�gislature has been given to oratory la which the MIchener supporters; took � full share ot the time. The leglslatur* has really'not settled down "to"-'business yet, and for the �Herald to publish such a statement as the ,above is nothing jshort of the coarsest ;ilnd of lying. The opposl-tlonm Alberta as at present managed Is'not only short on ability, bat de-plc�rs^bly lacking in character. Stunt for Calgary Herald (Pluoher Creek Echo) The underwriters of 'the new city of Torcnto loan take'eighty-five "per cent., which confirms prSwous cables concerning the a,ttitude of the Loudon money market snd the probable poor public response. It is now up to the Calgary^ Herald to find some excuse for blaming this on the A. & G. W. case. And even at that the Herald would not have to work Us Imagination any harder than it has already done In:discussing this case. AS'T'HBREV IS "no more laudably cam-r,y!--r,pX:, palgn in which cities conld en-".v:;:v gage in than that for tie spread .'(,,'pt;bygieniC'knowledge. Ignorance in r(*�5i&iisieBpect;>it la not too-much to:^ayi ft,iS svyery J rife. .Much has been accom-,,; i'piliijed by health authorities,-butthelt efforts n�ed supplementing by IndividT j jvyal:action In. 0 may sue : 1 Kicessfully obtain the objects for wiilch ;-�hey are designed.:" .1 r :?? vKfiAit^ of the Board >'if5;pf tHealth.:at BdmpBtonvawajy valu| KitJ^bleisuggiesUons: w�re;;mad;^ .whIP?acUT^clUop^^^ school board con Ih -'-'nittg pxofufes, the Institution of health fer as to ipiaM ' iJectures in the schools, and possibly t^o scheme, '. 1 aea.flets containing health hints tor tjie 'iltiVpose of spreading among adults. , i^and chUdren th�.knowledge qf bettc?| V-".'�^ethods'of preventing disease wer|' jijf^dlscussedi:. for the working out of . \ This ia. an Wea -which th^ autnon- i-v-^/S^fXpr-'exampie'. tu^t^u^^uAj',.�via :wj. v-w, ,,'Vihausc fls;. .In obtaining these pictures ' � iffiiere is to'be a system of co-operation --,-.5^ - Dr. Whitelaw, .'J^^ong^ Western cities. !,}on piljpfttai''---------- . tqevg^TJsr matters of health is im-pqrt�n(i"^,^OB^ [Without saying. The sroulinlEiOflJliilerest cannot but help to'pfPgiot^, the welfare of the com-;inflnityi.?a^^i to ^ve an importance to 1^ fljiWeofcjwhlch la not reoelylng the iX^pidsrvooiqiplderation It deserves. irnKB FOLLOWING is Jart of the JL rjemarlcs of Mr. George Held, ''�'S'iTV High 'Commonissioner for th? .'�^-^^wMonwe<h, wl^Ue speaking in Londoij; > Cli%ne'. at Kbe celebration of the 125tb VjBilversaTy of the settlement of Aus- ........?l.?J^;'Our>young nayy^,l5.>golng;to;fly th^J �.fJ^ij^lto ensign;^' K '' 'fOuth seas, and has the Australian '�r'Jim^S, a-t the jaok slaif, but th* white ' *f*ehslgn'at the peai. 1 cannot help cjiSfeplynklngTthat the anxieties of British Mtatesmea will he vastly, eliminated vhen�.Australia guards the southern )p^,/when Canada guairds the NortH ?!.�#aclflo and North Atlantic^ when In-,spla; and South; Africa guard the east-\')ern seas, and when Great Brltilh guards th a heart of the Empire and. inui e,..adds largely to the guard-shIi?-,of the trade routes of the Em f eaohxpart ,of the (Empire follows thftitootstepsof Australia then all , unison will be working towards he' jhjeijt definied Itl thefoUowIng quo- tatiim Value of a Library (Vancouver Sunset) . It is a recognized fact that a city's library is an Institution which ocbu-pies a vital relation to the community, and that Its work in supplementing the city's educational institutions Is one of groiwing import.iuco and not to bo i,^nored. 'This is the case in Vau-couvci' And the citi?,cns are just wait euing up to a realization of it. No STow-iug c.'ty can retain its instilu-t tions in their -babyhood condition and be progpsssive. And the $50,000 llb.-rary which answered the requirements aC Vancouver n few >ears, ago has long outgrown Its iis-otulness; It muEit now either march forward or fall behind in its work, and -tli^re must bo a progTCSsive increase inap-propriations and librory space to achieve the reasonable advances in tho library's u-sefnlness commensurate wit;^ the increase in population. And It is to the credit of Vanoouvflr that It ipossesses. the progressive spirit. All we can say, then, Is that some eastern journalists are wide of' the mnrlt in their criticism of Vancouver's library agitation. Magrath Calls FCr Help (Magrath Pioneer) If wishing" cotihts for aught, then the people of Lethbrldge have got us pushed cle.;''')j"tb�' partition of China. If PUpgpjgiMlrttJ be ^re^eCTed under ipodejn '^^^miom', tiil-'iciwer of the; sea.vfriust^ihe 'uplield, not merely .Ijy itl^e' Ujjj*^ Kjligdom;-hut: bjritbe :p pd'Bmpife; : That is the'fir-si essentisV reaulsIM;-lind if tbig is allo\yiM the way'.is prepared for a closer union for ot'her political and social requirement?!,!''.-���� � . In the division of r'espohsibUitles Ijy each component part of the Empire win the purpose ot� upholding the power 4f,the-sea be best effected., A purc inoaetaryi contribution ;/anndt be ssj'd.itqb^ effectual In 'carrying Out tl) 8 object; in its proper spirit, ; The Provincial Debt (Jlornlng Albertan) A Calgary evening newspaper a.fbw diiys ago announced that Calgary had ?-l,000,000 worth.ot bonds foi' sale. It will have at least $2,000,000'more be: foro the end ot the year. That wlU be lu addition to the ?IS,000,000 debt of the city. ; = An Edmonton newspaper says that.; Edmonton proposes to spend this year on capital account one-half, as much money as thc province of Alberts has borrowed In seven years. That WiU be In addition to the present Edmon ton city debt, which Is about as large as Calgary's debt. Edmonton and Calgary Will prqb ably increase .their coiubined debts during the present'year to about the extent of tlie %ct)t of the pTovince, which has b^eri incurred during the last, sCTen years. . > - ii,* Yet the opposition speaks abouit,!tlie enormity of .^ho debt of the province. The debt of-the province is not very large. : The ..igo'vernment has . been careful. Th^r,^ ^as been no extravav gance. - The opposition has no groyfld for complaint. , The Prince Albert Scandal (Winnipeg,-;Pree Press) In regard tft-,tho Prince A'lbcrt.laud transaction, which is attracting.not a little public attention, ail the .facts will have to he brought out, In^b the searching daj'light of publicity,'when public opinion will doubtless i-each a Just judgment. Meaawhlle^.:the statement made in the Dbminion house by Mr. Rogers will not-;be regarded as impressive. Mr. R'ogers;-attempt to make it appear that Prank Oliver,-who ceased to be minister of {he interior when the late Dominion government went out of oIBce early in O^jtober, 1911, is -responsible-for the extraordinary transaction'hy which that department, in April,. 1912j conferred on a political, friend ',-!)�. .the present government a $100,00o'"home, stead-' witliin the Timitso-E the town of 'Prinos Albert, looks lUoe a state- The Sfandaord Securities Co. Real Estate atid Investments Owners of l^orni Suite 111-115 Shefloclf Bldg. P.O.B0X 1979 Phoiie 1291 Make an Offer for Good Inside Property, Blocks, whjch^^M^^ Lots 6 and 7, Faciiig Gait I^ark Lots 16,17 and 18, on Cat Line The Executors will consider any reasonable offer in order to , wmd lip the Estate. For full particulars apply to WII^SON & SKEITH C. P. R. - AGENTS OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL = Reliable FIro OfHopa Repre--sented by us. PHONE 1343 � J "Jmt ppra Joke FARM) LANDS FARM LOANS Short..S?ghtet) Policy CSaskatdon; iPboenix) .. 15 'a third "iSarty: ls''JpnHe'a do the grain growers lAagife,they," will be any nearer the:-Bttalwent of their special pTogram of'r^rmfe'? ' The Liberal party nowis^njls.-for the mqst Important and:,mdst.esbential of their demands. To-..spllt.;th6'�;yot?| between the Liberal pirtyU'nd"a third party ..^^^^ ,______ _ would only s^eqgftl^O-the -party that ment: for which.,Mr. Bogers;8hoixld is definltely'opijpsed to itbese demands have procured an audieace of marines and leave the/,|amcr|.jwprBe off than ever. The'projnotefs bt a third party are on the -wrprig.trsclc .'and It only needs a.littl* though'tvph.the part of the grain growers 4p'recognize that in seeking to secure concessions of minor value through the. prgaii'l^atlpn, of ;a thlrd^party they' are risking the .most Important Items ^"h ,t>elr 'program. cup. POINT QF VIEW S a Ion -A O ^tberford voted for the tjppi)4jt.oii nwndment and the gov-oiu'iiout n tlpn,i thus showing that, ' "J- ien*l?inaii without prejudice,' >Ap-y'0^e.who could extract political i comfort from a letter written by Joe dark of .-Edpionton could extraot heat from ilcehepgs and moisture from rqcUs, It V ould ^e^Jw^il'-toVremexabe^ that-fetttS^iitherfoid goverpraent. ' Ho became Minister! of ..the , Interior �when the pr-asent. goye^ment'r took office, and later on he turned that department over to Dr,,.Hophe,ithfe prps-ent minister.' ' Messrs:^ Rogers .and Roche are between ,theih"','su.lijeot.to the resiwnsibllity; of �'cjeajlug"! themselves in regard to -this sprince Albert scandal. � � .--^= iItenk to fee graieiiil lofc Not simply /a thirst-quencher. or stimulant, but just the- purest-' and most health-infusing ^pirjiv that has ever been produpedf-" Phllosophy Vicar-Well, Mrs. Grudy, amid all your .troubles I am pleased to see that your gratitude to Providence does not fail. ' Mrs. Grudy-No, sir, rheumatlz Is bad indeed, 'but I thank 'eaveri 1 still .have a back fo 'ave the rheumatlz In! '-London Opinion. Sure Signs "Spring is coming," observed Flatly. . "I can feel it in the air." �, "So can I,", ropll-ed Bok?ly,"lt Is the air my wife assumes 'toward mq when sheTbegins talking of .the limited extent of her'wardrobe." Did She Catch the Car? We saw a girl in a hobble run half a block to catch a car the other morn lug, and we don't expect to see any-;tliins funnier until old fashlbned'hoop I skirts come back Into style.-Toledo ' Blade. . Another Mystery Explained .\:( .woman freriuently changes her mind. That's why she Is able to give 'ffl.-person a piece of it, and- still always Iiave 'enough left for the next one,- Milwaukee .Sentlnfrl. Pessimistic Thought , Every rose has'Its thorn. And the mean part of It Is that the thorn stays on 'the job when thc rose has withered.-Cincinnati Enquirer. Had to Be "Dukfitz married an optimlS't." "Why do.you think so?"- � "Any woman would be an optimist wlio accepted Dukfitz."--Birmingham -Age-Herald....... .. - �  Vox Popull "Do you hold the voice of the peo 'ple in great respect?"  "Yes," replied, Senator Sorghum; 'excepting on New Yiear's eve and the Fourth of July and the night of a football game and a feiw occasions like that,"--Washington-Star. Proves the Rule � "One of the preachers comes foreword with the declaration that the devil is not mentioned In the Old'Tes 'tament." "What ot It?" ^ ''Well, he claims that there being^ no mention of him lu the Old Testament, there can not be a devil." -'"I'hat's no proof.. The' Old Testa^ menl does not mention the Illinois legislature, but there is one."-Chicago Rocord-I-lerald. GREAT BARGAINS . Will flive a seven year lease on an Irrigated 1-2-section to res-ponsible*parties and sell them 25 brood sows, wanted. \y|li aell -160 irrigated tract at a bargain. Easy terms. O. T. LATHROP , Farm MtiO^, Stafford Block Parma Leaiw Money To Loan On.,improved property;, and for lJuildxng the C. B. Bowman Agency -RHbNE-1325 ACADiA BLOCK Aromatic Schiedam >f^i'i*BSfe'Fy--ftDnest''Canadlan.5 who praises pt^^dlng ot his country should 7}iinp(;?his'/li'ea? |n, sljame.at such tra-"y^^ikn pji government as the trial of !,|!f)g'tai{i8te|^'Morrison at Coleman. y^,^V;^'.'--r ��' bjS'^j^eig'^'t-the Borden government ')ip..w,ho lB...sD.-Ueen on.-tbe ajp^-',||}e'"-pOS't'':�astershIp at Cole- ^I^-Ml. j';�'-'.'*' > ' i.l*m'..k '........,......... ; (HOLLANDS G!N) the>- beverage for all times and all weathers, for men or women, the healthy, or the ailing. It imparts -lasting exhilaration and gives tone and.vigpr to ^Jhe system:. A real health tonic owing to its cleansing action on- the liver. kidney,Si and other organs. ^'Vastly superior to ordinary gin.' >?u SPECIAL .Lot.iSj'jBlock 155,,facing.13th St. Nortlji. atv'^i;9P0rri-3 cash, balance lq:;,^pyr.i:and. eight months. ' . . , v Lots^-ll-ia-lS; Block 160,:Bt'?2BO each-*i;8 ,>ca6h! SbAlahco In six and:''tw^ve; months, R, V: GIBBONS^ |!0i� . ' . . .... TWibts, Mock 156/price $635:iikii?~-$l(K) down; six and twelve months. T:\^o lots, block 155, price ^ISOO^^a^'cii'^Gne thirddown, balance, 6, 12 and 18'.moiitks.'i' Two -lots- and six roDmed cottage^:i-8t]i St. I^ortiuil^ice 13600/ Terms 1^(5c ^c{igli-:bal-ance to suit. '  .,, � � ; .'. ...'';N.: B. /P^at^^^ , 570 Phone. Room 5; MajJDoi|{tld Bljaclc . OBTAINABLE AT ALL HOTELS AJID RFnUI, &TORES. , HUDSON BAY COMPANY. Diitrilnithrt.: � ADOLPHE .VERVIULE M.P. '-.The Labor member from Malsori-'rtelivef, Montreal, njpver of the'amend-imerit calling for a refendum to the �people on the qeestlon of the , naval ;a)Tiendment> The amendment was defeated by a vote of 75 .against 122. -..!-� Majority against 47. "Why does Pidgin look so woe-be-gone?" ' -: "His bfest girl-told him she adored Maurice,' Masterljnok'. and ''-Pldglp thinks he, has la dangerous rival in town.''-Birmingham Age^Herald. : - A Slight Misunderstanding It was scarcely 9,30 when.the rather fierce-looking father of tlie girl entered the parlor where the 'timid lover was courting her. Tho father had his watch In his bauS.  "Young man," he .said brusquely, do you know, tiine it is7". ' "Y-y-.y-e-B; sir,''^stuttered 'the-.fright^, sned lover as h| scramt(l,edr;,out* Into"; the h(\U'i ''I--1'wiwi \ius*' ^ Eolng; ,t0' leave.'' Atter'he ha4 made a hdsty e^it 'tHe' fathsT turned to''tho-gjirl an4 ssldln astonishment: : ^' ,, "What was ,'tlie �matteriwttb-;that .feV. low?-. My watc'U'^a's: run.'4own.andifj-simply wanted to know- the* tlme.''r^ Llpplncott's Magrazinc. ,.. �  ':"'�'"|^^':'Sfr7^': .: . r LlteVal-y Evening . . iThe' mftn'i.was''one'''^o{ ;the::sort that :thinks,It'isftr.'.Br'and.thing to;eductite his flancsf) by-roadln^ poetry aloud to tier.- 1/ i"'^'' , y - The glW w.ttii 'dtJe .ot;.th;&.BorbT-w-eIl> she-^'asifiivgijL''."'l^hat Is, riavlnf deold-^ ed;-),l\at iUeT^ftsViorj-tlie tji teiifled!; .to'*:if4JlA fiir-'iliis ?>ll tetai*J?5;bii�j*;' .nay..-ev'eP"t'ri�d4p.ltaep'up>'8nintor.eBt^ r "'�fhp-jn::.^'.'^-:^'''- ''f �''� � - In It. So, ,well/'tBe other "evening he was; reading ' ToiiriyBbtf ?tO- her. He .read'this IJne:-: ...'f ; rrV:;.'';;: ,^', � "Of love that jievcrfbiina,''t�jB earthly > close-" " �Wh^n thfjv^rj .Iflteffii^e^i "Isn't Tenny^o{i,;jypt,;gratt"J? You can always; lepjjQ.jQnj'^e^tbiPS .from him, Now for 'l_l)e first; i^lij'^'.I-'uftderstand why cupld')� ajw^yB'-repr^B.^ftted with-oiu.anything'on." BiJt please go on reading-y.{mBi,VB}oe;b&B.BO.anuch feeling in Iti'l-Cleveland 'Plain Dealer. JohitJairieson Wliiskey.:'- ;