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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGP FOVR THE LETHBR10GE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1507 by the Lcthbridtt Herald Printing Co., Ltd.. every lawful evenlnj at ItJ office, Slxitl SI. Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director JOHN TORRANCE-Bu.lr.eii PHONE: Advert'slnff, Circulation and Jeb PHONE: Editorial, ar.d Department 1 '_' 2 4 Departments 1252 I year. doMvereJ t mcritb. ddnerrc! delivered I DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES S4.00 1 yeir, by mill................. C months, by mall................ S conths. by .........35 1 monlb. by en as desired, but froth oK f'.3reifrs rn-jft b'_- sivtn. JI.50 THE Hed llrug EC ok 5 lore; J. G- HERALD FOR SALE Seattle Murphy Co.; Cranbrook Book Company. Edmonton Proxlcclal News Pincber Dr. McCrea; Mitchell Drug Cc. Taber Westlake Bros. Vancouver The Wide Wor.3 News Co.; News Shop, 445 Granwell Grassy Lake Grassy Lake Howl Co.; Hotel; Peo-p'e's Stcro; Kenny i AUra, HoieJ Staled. Diatr.and Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat AssialSoU A. D. Ageiicr-Catgary leading Boole and News Store. 109A Sth World Co. Ptncher Station Edward Head. St. P-iuE News Co, Czrmanaiy Clarence Kncl- River S'de World News Co. eve J vear in adraci'e THE WEEKLY HERALD rr "iVednesday In eiEht or more rases, and contains a Eumiury of the news o( the eek. local acd district S months in ndvancp................... 50c i Peopled Fo i _fav t I "In HOW MUCH HE question of our nalurul resources been before the House at Ottawa, and puce T Ihgain Premier Border, has bcfigcd the question. jDnl lie heal of the commission campaign il ___ was solemnly decided lluit the Citizens' Commil- I tee should be kept alive, and net as a sort of jjod- mother to the new government, advising and directing it along the path of civic righteousness. long is this going to last? the last civic elections the imHee, its exertions, went to sleep, Mr. Border, tentatively admits thai ue it slept cyen ,hrough the rows ovc'r Jscd the western provinces their natural resour- 1 {hc Qf Police am, me Manicipa, Ilome af. !i-cs: but excuses himself for delay in tullillmg Tlle otllcr dav askei, a membcr oflhe sub. Hmt promise by saying that the question has which prepared the commission char- come complicated, and his government St their consideration. That will be pleasant m- formation for Messrs. Boblin, Scott and Siflon of the prairie provinces, who last fall took a c'd stand in demanding that the control of rc-j Now let them work out their own how he the commissionbrs were mak- out am botherilig .aboll, therilj, he said. geltin-g {he commission fources be handed over. if Jtr. Corden is sincere "in his promises, And salvation. I haven't time. to..keep a watch on ther delay will only complicate matters the more 3f nut, wd can only say that he is the less a states- man and the more a politician, in that he believes -worked as a bribe to the .voters once will do duly a second lime. Meantime Alberta's natural resources arc 'overshadowed by the possibility of early deple- tion by exportation to.points-willful our hound- BRITAIN AND THE PANAMA EXPOSITION. JT appears on the surface as if the government of Great Britain were taking hardly the right course in respect to- an exhibit at the Panania Imposition at San Francisco in 1915. 'H has stat- ..ed that the British Isles'.wilj.jiol be rcprc'senlcd, nnd.notliini! seems able to move it in ils-det.er- the commission sja- tem hns done to develop civic spirit even among those responsible for its adoption." This should give citizens of Lelhb'ridge some thing to think about. agree with Mr. McKay in thnt, under commission, government, there should be .greater interest in municipal affairs. Bul we cunnol agree that it is the fault'.of.the sys- tem if that interest is not maintained. -It is the ault of the people themselves, and.the-govern- nent cannot, ordinarily, be belter than the people o whom it is responsible. As for Ihe main arguments put forth by Mr. IcKay we will deal with them Ipteri. WM-IR Edmcraion, Ftti. Editor notice an" article In the EdmontoH journal that Is lo ba submittwl 'to' tie 'people .ol Lethbridso on the er iflEtefs ind are enttfrlAiacd meter, rule win make poor people so.llttte tbst there will be ot an epK demlc o( dlwiws and ectlvo campaign Is way bylaw. llavins ijesn In touch water works lor the serea yean. 1 liave obsen-ed both flat rate and meter. jtems from very close ranso and'muil ay that where efflciencr Is wanted the meter system IP Indlspeail and It speaks well for jour com- mlfslon'board In rccosnlilor this so quickly. The and unfairness o! the Hat rate system are too well plpec turned on to and lorgot- en for 24 or kltcien ta urnei on to bottles of milk nad cream 'or lodsftiiUft periods to ttop tape continually running In rioter time to prevent pipes freezing, and leaWns all of which li.inra waste and an unbearable drain oa th( waletTforVt department, and uiualj! leares the department lu a bad floap clal cor.dlllon. Dy flat ralo there Is no Incentive for water consumers to be fair with use of water. If one party throws abd slops water aro'-md ladiscrlmlnately, the 'party neit door (vho mljhl.be 1 water saver) has to pay for of his neighbor rates; In Edmonton with about peo- ple, the water department pan HMO jer million Imperial gallons for pump- ing, plus 834.00 per million lor filtra' and last year a meter jysttml K-as started hy Installing J500 meters. This alone tares three-quarters of; a million gallons per day. which the department benefit to the extent ot I28.IJOO per year. Five thousand more meters will be Installed Irila year, making the intern Another glaring point In till' Is a great number of consumers are well v.-lthrn the mlnimurft rate which -would allow them to uae toTisiucrably more water without extra cost to them, the. minimum rate being per tnohthj: which allows 400 cubic feet or 250S gallons of water. "-r- l- minimum chargs all time the Idea that filthy condlUoni will accrue by the allowance of per'Biopth In view of the fact thai Ihe affair is to be di in. its; scope, marking as it opening of another great- world's water- in which Great Britain, more probably than LJiny other world power except the Ufnilecl Slates, interested, tlic attilude the home is rather inclined ,to appear narrow iilp tbe average Canadian. This is the .age.syhcn jpoinmerce is supreme. The Piinama Canal, wil a great part in world commerce after its opening, and the States will undoubtedly forge hticail as a factor in the commerce of the world Considering the question from this standpoint therefore, it would appear that England should )dlow nothing petty lo stand in the way of her making still belter relations in a trade way will iiie Slates. Some rather complicated problems between England and the United States are even now un- ller discussion, and England's altitude toward the Imposition will only lend to chafe tbe raw places. -OUR POINT OF VIEW and for all domeiUc parpoael. I trust, Sir, when the peopli. of jour lalr'clty vote on tie bylaw they 1 show" their progressive aplrlt by de- claring In its faTor.'Jnkkh'I sure they .will never rtntt.. Thanking ycu in anticipation'of the valuable' space In your paper, 1 am', WHITTON. 22 Boulevard Itiverdale, ROYAL ARCH Good evening, have yon a strong chain on vonr canine? DOMINION 'MEMBERSHIP WAS IN- CREASED BY OVEM 1300 IN YEAR Toronto, Ont, Feb. Grand Tis said they pronounce il Yce-ya down .Chapter of Royal, Arch Matohi ot south. j Canada opened 1U _________ tlon here this morning. The a'ttendV _Tt. 1 ance was large for what fa known as the naval question shelved .-for a "off rear, and opportune opening, the C. X. FV. promises lo a11 Par'B of the Dominion. The membership has Increased 'dur- ing .the year by'over 1300. On De- cember 31, 1912, II wai and on December 31, 1J13, It -was The finances are In a healthy concH- tlon. A-Credit bal.tnce In the bank of the hidden pea game they used to spring on us i on 31. un, oi wii at the county fair down in old Ontario in.the old-! The order has i'nTeiteavould tend lo stimulate Ihe civic spiril, and in- crease interest in civic affairs generally. Bul so far that prediction has not been fulfilled to any ribiicenble degree. Since (he proceedings at the "public meetings of the commissioners are cut and fificd, they lack the interest of Ihe educational Value of Ihe meetings of Ilic old illy fathers. Mosl Montreal has voted once more a sum of money to be used for showing educative moving picture films in its parks. This might be a suggestion for To Ail Manufacturers, Dealers and C Owners of Automobiles with "Poppet Value Motors" Anywhere If at time ftiikin nmety (90) from date you or any of you accept .this challcace, 'ifi thereafter submit a Poppet Valve Automobile Engine for puh- lie il under the direction of such person as the Deal of Faculty of Applied Sticncc W the University of Toronto, or the Dean of the Faculty of Applied ScWce erf Mrtittl University, (hat! certify, as being competent (o undertake the test, and if you receive from inch pcnmi a certificate that in such test your engine has met the requirements hereinafter stated; you shall be (he winner of the challenge The only condition of .accept ance is tlwt you notify this Com- pany of your desire to'accept.the challenge'and deposit the sum "of Ten Thousand Dollars 00) witli sonic responsible person agreeable to both parties, with whom this''Company sliall at I he same tithe deposit the sume nmount, Ten Thousand Dollars If you 'fail to obtain such cer- liflcute within thirty (30) days from the 'dale of deposit you shall be namcd'-.lhe loser. The winner shall have his de- posit returjied. The deposit of .the loser shall-1 be paid over to a coiu- niiltec toibe named bv MJ-I A. W. Campliell, Deputy Minister of Public Works for Canada; Mi'. A. Maclean, Commissioner of Highways for Ontario, arid the President of the Ontario Motor League, to be expended as. that committee may decide in the cmise lit the Liood Roads Move- ment in Canada. This challenge is open-to-any standard Poppet Valve Aiitpmn- bile Engine, and is .not restricted to Canada. First mum Jirst serv- first to accept shall 'imr- licipatc in the first test, till svho accept thereafter within the ninety (90) days shall participate in the order of acceptance; 'unless and until this Company shall have. lost its deposit. _That any poppet valve engine so entered shall duplicate or- surpass the RusselU Knight .Details of this will be serit promptly on request. Tkere are or felf-farprinf or conditioni in this chat- lemfe. coadtUenj are limply thoft of" true motor' eSdeney, ecoiomyj ance and worth, and the RBiMlMCmiirht Motor has folly met them all. :.j uatU thU U 'accepted and dUposed of, do not allow any- one to say thatanjr other car, with apy.other motor, u> just as good as' the RusselJ- Kmifht Car IB Canada.) .RUSSELL. MOTOR, CAR COMPANY, LIMITED, (Signed) J. N. Shenstpae, (Signed) T, A. Russell, General Manager.' Toronto, the 18th day of our own commissioners. The selling of farm produce on Hie open mar- ket is a boon lo both the consumer and the farm- Calgary lias a successful market, and Taher will open one ori of April. Ills lime that Lcfhbridgc established something along (he same lines. clpal, r. McWtit, In hit -ocmlpg address. He sugEcated larger appro prlattons for benevolence. The .Grand First Principal made sone re. marks about the enployed to create cbapten In tte rn provinces. This, lie said, he' would like to see nhen the provinces In a condition to underUki" the werlt. It fo-M require at IteH MJ lo Onmi er, and the Income from, admittedly too for the Mr Nearly every paper in the Dominion, lias hod somclhinfi to say about the Toronto Star for ad- vocating thai cows be milked at six in the morn- inK and at eight in the evening, so that Die hired man would not be compelled to work such long 1-nsolutions are put through the public meetings as conimun ,MC Ontario dairy farm Villiout discussion of ,any kind, because they star has had all sorts of fun poked nl it and previously been agreed In in private meet-j the wns of cn ins- '1'hK vigorous debates, the varied points lime on llic farm lo know what lie was .view, the frequent interchange of compliments, biking ulioiil. Thai may he true enouuh bii featured the proceedings of the phi city the siiMf-eslion nimtc l.y tlie Star whether ii counei! and up ;m interest in civic atVairs, JRiiorance or not is 11 Rood one. If someone hn< nrc lacking. 'Tlic pcrsondl always a ii YCnrs ayo, llicrc would not be so'much uk-inciii ill iiie old council, is concern in these days over the flocking of farn fit evidence. A colorless impersonality pervades hoys intci the And the cows would have [he public proceedings, and blunts public interest, given'just as much butler fa I, too. The Neal Treatment s Ihe one treatment that can be de- upon, to hanlih the appetite for drink. It cures the habitual drinker or the periodical drlakcr re gardleaa of what hold the habit has gained.. The Neal Treatment la a aafe, sure remedy which all craving or detire for drink aDd elim- inates the poton from the H Is administered by regular phyiloians are. treated en- loylni til the. comforti of hont, hotel or-club aad of the priracy be- cauie meals are served In their own Call, phone or write' for full lafor matlon, NEAL TREATMENT 13th Avr, W. Calgary W. 4526 Notice of Removal 5. WILSON SKEITli G. P, K. Land Agents, beg to tlmt they, have removed from 333 5lh Street South to: more, commodious Offices in the 'Sherlock- Building. Their new address is; 306 SEVENTH STREET (ImmediRtely on the left of the' entrance' to the Building) j THE BANK OF COMMERCE EAS OUTAtUP. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. TOOI WtUs, Tide Deeds, or other in one of tbeM botei M Lethbridge Branch R, L Byrmncr, Mjr, AUCTION_SALE Saturday Next, February 28th enue South Of OBca) At t.W 408 WADD1NOTON Is with owner to reraore for or'ttle, Mil. by t qutntHj o( superior FURNIURE; Solid Sideboard, Set ol Dlofng Chilrj, (ridios ttblnc Upholilcrcd tow ft, Hni r Oik Merrlf Chtln? Occulonil Titlrs, Singer MichlBe, Otk DrwurB Bedi, BprlnM and MtUreliM. Rugi, Plclurti, China, etc. Alio tieW TrMiure Cooking Range In splendid J8 foot .d and Sundries. i Is rrapectdillr Mt Kotrr, 11 ADVERTISING IS A PAYING.' ;