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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiirflfiy, February 22, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABUISHED DECEMBER 1^ FublFshKd by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishlnu Co., Ltd., every lawrful evening at Its office, Sixth Street,- Lethlirldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN , ..... . .. - Managing blrector T. W. QUAYLE Managlno Editor JOHN TORRANCE . Business Manager PHONEj Editorial, Reportorlal And News Department 1224 PHONE! Advertising Circulation And Job Department! 12 52 DAILY. SUBSCRIPTION BATBS^ J year, delivered ....... �4.oo 1 year, by.laaU ......t3.00 6 months, dsHrerefi ..;.. SS.CO _,,�ho rr.ait ai isn 3 months, delivered, .... Sl.OO t raised In the campaign, but it is sure the uinyor should not be discriminated agaiiist. Otlier mayors were paid; why not tiie 19t3 chief magistrate? . BETWIXT AND BETWEEN THE WEEKLY-HERAtQ PubllBhe.1 every Wednesday in eight oTniWo'pases, and eontalna a summary of the news of tfie-weeTt; IdCilU and drstrlct 1 year la advance.........Jl., 3 months.In a^vauca ..... KOc S months In advttnoe(^,.^.^..7Sc. /' Letthe Mayor tM^:PaicI ^nPHERE SEEMS to be some'quib-� J. blir.g among the members of the council as to -whethor or not ^ayor Hardle should be paid a salary. , -The aflalr .Is no joke, and the l>res-''^Qt stfitus ot the chief magistrate .!vi^hoald he remedied without delay,. ji^he precedent qf paying the mayor toas been set. It has been accepteg v;.:il^'out a murmur by the ratepayer^i, �aiVPhy should the conncll pT0crastinat5| :;Eiirther in making the necessary ar^ jpuigemSnta for this year?. ,' Mayor Hardie has showp since, tak- ing the ,c]iair that he is a hard work-and.while he may have opinions of iiis'qwniJle. is willing that the coun-Scilmo^ tho'p'i�Wic shall have the full ^kOQTelecIg&iof -whAt is being done in civi^.ipatterB. He is earning a good salaryirand should be paid it. With f�_;added responsibilities placed on s^1fin'o^rderB*>owing' to his appoint-;mepL"a^t,!^usfrIaI commissioner for ,thB.;�meShelng, it would he fooHsh on the part of thei council to withhold longeu voting him remuneration. Let it'tfedon^.. without shewing animus. '\4'EXIGO HAS BEEN very muc^' ~s ' jjyi on the map lately. There, isyosi '{'^ ' been insinuations, that thei n^t'^ I'jf i ''ye^t to the sputhern republic has beat^ r.' v '^oe to th& 'machinations of those who ' invested capital, in plans and pro- tots there, Theohject of this is sal* Kb� to force ^the hand of > th� "Dnlte|'; itates to bring the country under its, ' MtetTfrin tife mannef It has treate||| WJiebher this lS;_ true,' "Hm^' The jSituatifn fe-Mexico Jid'Ibe 'tJniled States, and, acting in ?cbij -^aJtrr-lMStlero's position anything Hut !a bed'of roses.  Bftjtomtiz. 'one-of the most striking peis.QpalUles.-In. Mexico, nephe^w of the; �xlIe^;E)lajc,: likewise started a Jiew i.tehejilon^'whlch after the capture of |'>Vei�^TOt'tirt?d:'.jThe'5teader"fai into !^|lonal. president, and stable ii^jjil^lj'st^^Iatter was regarded. ;^T�nimentv^'-ls' a case'of revolu-t^Si^^^iw "his shadow was ciist on the.'riveirs lie-low, and all the rest. "Do you know," said the Toronto sky-pilot, "I am greatly Interested In names and their origin, 'and always like to find out such things. The other day I was down at Taber. You know a lot of Mormons llv^ thevei". The local man smiled. ' . - "I thought It was the most peculiar thing the way 'J^tflier got its name.' You know down in Salt Lake City the Mormons have a Inige cUurcij building which they call their nabevti^'jcle.' Now, Taber is tlie tust part, of that word. "But I was surprised when I learned that right near Taber there is -a little mining camp named Elcun. Spell Elcan backwards, and you � have nacle.' So between Taher and Elcan, the Mormons have built tO'Wns whfch will always keep the memory,of their magnificent tabernacle fresh -^n- their memories."  The local man smiled some more: "It was sure' funny," he's^id afterwards, "when a man all the w.iy from Toronto tells us things about our own lore .that we didn't know anything about." Is it a coincidence or what?. . ecurities Co, Real Estate Investments Owners of l^^rningsid Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bldg^ P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 Called on Good Man (Medicine Hat Call) 'Sir Edmund walker has beep, giving evidence and makIng*'s�commjfndat.iDn before the currency reform, committee ot the House of Representatives at Washington, ffiactt codatry'has something to learn from the'.other and we believe that 'much can be that way to help each other. Sir Edmund Walker's expedience'j,,p,a^; his evidence and advice' valual)l6.' that a Puref'Mifi ^ N THE Wtabllshfng of ways anil ,v-ril means -for the supply, ot pure ' milk,. Switzerland pan furnish irftajbly be usej 'ffit^.esti /OTi?|re is a prospect 1 iDIa5.|iwbethj^ the young or the old, -!gllIj5i5Tej?to be reckoned with in the future"'ie^qeful settlement of the '�' ilfe^*"*- which'may pro: m agricjoitui-al districts all the worid F m'line to that which -wUi: bgj �piigUt ahwiiiljy'the^ a# far as money matters are ,�oneeaES[cft',:^e whole of the business, .a^jranirelneigs'are made between the ^^r^s^^r^^an^ the president of the -i^ina^ev.dkiiy 'association. The name ipf4'th^':Till*Be is wery milk can, ,;j2g(^]^^;^eg[ulfitions. as to the sale and proflup.tl6nj;\Qf mllfe are very stringent jsy^tiiJne^rivtb, hygiene iand cieanll-nesSirBut more 'Severe In thgir details jpfo'tjie' jeguJRttons which the village assoclatlpnb^s to conform to If It j'ylB^e^.tot fend niilfc to the factories. I>ari|if jt^d cI�anlIneBS of milk Is guaranteett' b'r the state, the factory and' ^si^^ associations, and the CQOfiei^ueBCf ^ that the milk as supplied iii, S^iUerland has attained a lii^h8'^n^'ard''�f reputation. OUR- POINT QF VIEW yejlyc to, slxteeo onjd talk out loud.: dollar power ^'out..after tne factories right itils^tDne-ior the pessimist to ta^ '�hiae. Ijeen crltlciised'ffir ""�^'larevBtlU'busy i'on (the, 'isas already shovj^i); -the father 'of, the V NoTV.'. let" the other cities blow, but In making- ^he- noise they can't drown .oHt our cb^ap. power. , Thp oStycfluncll Is certainly tackling thp industrial policy with the tight Mnd-pta vision. ---. ' .NSuuely ,'w4th the blessings coming, all^ in addition is that lands ;iItIqs�oI8ife/^:ABd:the Herald believes .tt'lB'flpflUllf., .,-%^il^o,Ty!;iI^t{ the Dominion government :Cpjr(^|^lpA|p-with the million busHel lsley.�|pl^4in4vLethbrIdg6 will show the |p|^()fA^|:;|b^ntli wbere .the iQillins, ,.ii?ent�re|l'8^jfl|ua.t?d. ^J-*i "t4 i-Vf-"'^ , - ' � - � � Foster^s World-J?unt (Grain Growfirg Guide) Hon. Geo. B. Foster left Ottawa on Febi-uary 10 forra tvi^t.'to New Zealand and Australia, to out better trade relations.. On'Ws'waydiome he expects to vlsiti'China arid Japan with the same object in.viewv'Mr.^Foster's policy seemS'fp be' to ',hniit all over the earth to fitid" iBon^eone to trade with -when werha^re; 00:000,000 of people right; Whose trade Is more valuable than^all tkeSe other countries combined and iwiU always be so no matter ho'w-mu?K tariff tinkering may be done.' "v Cheaper Money'Hoi;;;Farmers (Mediqi^e.^ Hat'"i^e-ws) Cheaper moneiy-ifor; the farmers is exercising the'..;iMnd?"qf-more than farmers these daja. The House ot Commons devoted-a -vhote.session to the discussion loi the ,matter a few days ago and pon, -Duncan .Marshall In his speech ;JIn.the'..)egj?lature on Tuesday . devoted, a "gpo^'agai of time to the questlon.iand oi^de tile �welcome announcement that the pro.vince Is undertaking a serious investigation with a view to finding some jjlan wh'eroby the farmers of Alberta can get cheaper money than they now get. In every other country m the world, farm loans draw lower rates of Interest than doi. industrial' loans; ,but in Canada the fafJncrs are' evidently not as good security as thV manutt^-C^ tjjrer and transportation companies or.else the latter have Mfoiiger influence with the banks. - 'But'' wjiat-eve'r the cause,, the fact rfmaing the same that the farmers are at present compelled to pay higher rates of .interest than is_ profitable- for them. The effort of The provincial government to find some system "should result in some material benefit for the farmers. The investigation^ will-include the co-operative 'bank system of continental Europe and'from this system may evolve somethin'g' that will place cheaper money at-the dis-; posal of the farmers of this ..province." Make an Offer for Good Inside Property^ Block 8, Whij?h Must Be Sold Lots e ancl 7, Faciii|r Pai^k Lots 16,17 and 18, on C?iivLlia^ The Executors will e&nsMer any reasonable offer in order td ^ind'iiR the Estate.) For full particulararappTy to & SKEltH C. p. R. AGENTS OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEU Reliable PIra -Offices Repre-' aented by us. PHONE 1343 '*Just Pqra_ Joke " Can't Come Too\Soon According to the store windows the women's spring hats are going'to-be smaller and even pleasant to look..;iip-. on. Bring on your ve'rnal.equinox!: Dislocated After the motorcar 3mashup-t-"John oh, .Tohn! Wliere aroyou!"', . . . "Don't know, Maria. I'm . scattered' about here somewhere."--Life. Steamship and Railw/ay Tickets FROM ALL POINTS IN - . EUROPE Can be purchased on this side and forwarded to your family or - friends. Our way of handlmg this business is impossible to beat. Your passengers will receive full Instructions. We advise you when > they will reach -their  destinations.- �RATES THE VERY LOWEST. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS-EVERY WEEK For full Information see steam-vshlp and railway agents. Or write- H. E. LIDMAN, Gen'l Agent, � 445 Main Street Winnipeg, Man. ,man treatment-r-but-do you think �your husband will fight the suit?" ,,!WoTnan-"Fight! 'Why, the little .shrimp dasn't even come Into a room w^ere I am!" -Farm-.i:a(^ds JFARMXOANa GREAT BARGAINS WUl ,glve a seven year lease on an Irrigated 1-2 section to'res. >-ponsibre-Beetles and sell them 25 brood sows, if yj/anted/ Will" sell * 'SjBO'.lrrlgated tract at a bargain. Easy terms^ �  ' > O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block *^ Money To Xj improved property arid fqr -building ~ -.purposes 'ft ^ Thb' C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA'^ BLOCK �PHON^ 132B Loud Talker , ;Just listen to this warning, boys; . it's gospel trutii,.,you'll find; :Hush money makes a louder noise �Tluin any other kind. An Advantage ' .^''There's one advantage in the high.^ cost of living."  .'-'What's that?" . "It takes all that I earn to live so � will do the rest , >r We have a large list of'bmyexg. > '^.^v F. M� Ginther Land Coi, M Hull Block Medicine Hat 4! Hopeful -"Bobby,'? said Mr. Hadley to his young son, angrily, "my father-always when I behaved as badly as you are doing." �"�Well,"-answered Bobby thoughtfully, "I hope I'll never have to tell my little boy that." English A� It Is Spoke . There was a young lady from Kent, Whose g-rammar was ten-lbly bent�  She said to her -flame � ."I'm glad you have came, �But I'll miss you so much when �you've - went." --iPititsburg Post. "Wq knew her (iult