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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR T11E LETHBKimU DAILY HKRALO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, ml THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 190? Published by Ihe Lethbrldjt Herald Printing Co.. Mi. lawful at 111 office, Sixth St., Alberta. Canada. W. A. Director JOHN Manager PHONE: I t PHONE: Advertising. Circulation ar.d Jcb 1252 Editorial, Repcrlorial ar.d Nevm Department 1221 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, de-Iirerccl 1 jear, br rcilt S3.CO ii aiomlis. delivered 6 by mall.................... Si.53 3 deliver.-J 3 mouths, by mail.....................75 i inonlli, delivered ..................35 l moat6, by mall......................25 as ottos ?.s tut both IK-W and oM addresses THE Red I3rys; Book Store; J. G. HERALD FOR SALE Cranbrook Beat'.fe Murphy Co.: Crinbrooa Grassy Lake Grassy Co.: Hoiel; Peo-Allfa; Lethtirliije 'note! Cijar Stand. Olamcnd Dr. D'Are. Medicine Hal Assinibch Hotel. A. D. P.-urlncIal Xewj Com [-any. Pincher Dr. McCrea; Mitchell Drag Cc. Faber Bros. Vancouver Tfce-Wlde World News Co.; Sexi Shan, 415 Granwetl Street. Bpekane News Co. 705 River Side Agency. Lending Book rmd News Store, 109A f th Aie. World News Co. Pir.cher Station Edward Head, St. World Nowa Co. Cacirangay Clarence Kuol-den. Stirs Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD "ublislied every in eisht cr more pases, and contains a summary of ths uowf of local sad district lyearinadvar.ee SI.00 G months In advance OF IMPORTANCE IX LAND DEALS. In its modern development, such as giving J vivid representations Of tlie books of famous A X important decision reg land deals has Ihors, the moving picture lias materially assisted the Supreme Court ;it Calgary in n recent case measure it is doing its work in i Calgary News-Telegram: An estate was purchased by certain parlies at a stipulated price on reprcsen- lalions made by a Calgary, real estate firm; but after the whole of Ihe payments, ex- ceediiu' had been made, the parii.es discovered that the property had been mis- represented, and entered suit to recover the full nmount that had been paid for it. In the end judgment was given against the previous owners for the amount claimed plus five per cent, interest on the capital invested, and the defendants were ordere'd to pay. the costs' of the action: [lory. To bring nature, ns it really is in its own haunts, taken by a camera which cannot lie, will help far more in the diffusion of knowledge than all the books and travellers' talcs which have been written. We note with pleasure the efforts put forward by picture houses to induce school children to at- tend exhibitions whica should be of incalculable benefit to them by the charging of a nominal en- trance fee. Parents should take advantage of this to encourage their children to attend. Kurlher- niorc, it is up to the adults to give moving pictures scenes and incidents perfected and brought lilt; IUO13 vi me ah-uuii. I .t, _ within easv rench after enormous cost.-their nat- Carmng with il the principle which has been V }Ml ,u_ ronage. It is only thus that entcipnsein the riqht Heres Somethin You applied in the framing of the Impli'ments Act the i decision sei a precedent for of the unwary purchaser. .'-If beneficial. not only to the public but to tlie real'esfale business, i the right ujrectioii cp.n be stimulated to continue. And thereby the public will be the greatest gainer. for it will remove from it that methods hhve been defrimental to. .the honest. dealer. clear case of tlie law to protect the bird'frorii the net of the fowler.'. OUR POINT OF VIEW for A LOST OPPORTUNITY. has a statesman had the means establishing a reputation for sincerity. Never I "has. a man. on the highest rung jof.the political ladder had the opportunity of raising politics to ithe standard in which it should be regarded but lis unfortunately not. Never did a man and Southern Alberta sheepmen liave'iak'ch an- other.slep in the riglit direction, They will find that co-operation pays. -That estimated lax rate will take a lot of at- tacking. It looks as if il might .withstand.some j vigorous onslaughts. For the third time in succession Alberta has won the oat prize at the International Corn expo- Well-EVERYBODY likes MAPLE BUDS. Their rich, creamy, flavor wins hosts of new-friends. And friends :of Maple Buds, stick. And this is why------------ confection you ever tasted was et once, so richly flavored and so easy to digest. None so delicious to the palate and at the same time so wholesome. 'Is if any WONDER? Sec" we put into them: "Pure chocolate, puromillc, ..pure sugar. SOLD '-EVERY-WHERE DELICIOUS, SOLID GHOGOLATE, jsialc'sman so.lightly treat both means and Competing nations made their tliird and .....last call unsuccessfully that lime. iliiiulr as did the Premier.of Canada when talanthilly repudiated .all .his pre-election pledges jin the mailer of.granting their natural resources rlo the. western All U. S. citizens have to do to escape paying income tax to the U. R. is to move to Canada and UDS t iu.1 tw mi, wi u lu Him Like the Egj-phan king in lus dealingsi with jbe.nn.turalizeci. First thing we know Jawn D. 'the. children, of Israel, Mr. Borden [hardened his and would not lei the respurces gd to the iproxinccs lo .which he himself has acknowledged properly belong. And the subterfuge, he sought-for excusing the fulfilment of his pledged in that the maritime provinces' would con- sider such action unfair, was as little credilablc ito him as the failure lo live up lo the compact 'hc'had made. The Premier of Canada is no tyro in slaics- inanship, and the facts which now stand in his way of fulfilling it should have appealed lo.him liefore his promise was made. And the same .hpplics lo his other arguments, for these should have held force with him before he consented to >vhal now looks to have been a rash and insincere lironiise. Canada's Premier's name would have passed Into history as.an exemplar to the world that a statesman's word is as good as his bond, and the reputation of Canadian politics would have ma- terially finirifd thereby. The opportunity came Jml the man was not strong enough lo embrace h. fn no other way can Mr.'Bordr.n's Dclion be regarded. will.be taking up his residence in the oil fields of i Southern Alberta. People's Forum A Manitoba farmer has seen crows recently ACTJAL USER FAVORS METERS, question's, which I might answer. My meter never clogged with mini or'anythiris else. It has never quired anr fixing since T put it in and U'working as well today as the day it iras installed. I am charged 30 cents >1. gat- Editor Herald: I Jiave read with lions, and as all the water has to'eo oeo and says spring is here. If we had lo wail for, interest tlic criticisms on the rotter, .through, tlie meter, I pay just the spring until the black old bird put in an appear- tot water supply that .same for what I use en lawn gar- ince in Southern Alberta, we. mighl think the cason delayed. Crows are not our specially. bcui taken up in roar.paper of late; for other purposes. And 1 do and must say, have appeared mate a point to save water, (or i very unreasonable to- roc, and also I I keep ray I.v.vn as green and misleading to ar.y 6r.e-.who has not fresh as any lawn in tlic city, and I acl'Jal experience ft'ith trie met--, also.think t ha'vc more lawn to wa- !er, so 1 thought il you would permit ter than the average citizen. And [me 1 would give, you a ol again 1 hnve a tap be-side ray boiler 'The Ottawa correspondent of the News (Con-i the cost, ol my water'per annum, as in the cellar ar.d a short piece OTHEK ArIEWPOIX'J'S icrvalivc) says that "there has been a.suspicion ;rowing up of late that money (he .Mackenzic- ilann people have received ostensibly for Canad- an enterprises, has been going-down to South for power enterprises, tramways, and other investments." not afford to let I have been using a miter for over hose, which use lo soak the ashes four years and should ...good in the furnace heloro removing them, idea ol tr.9 meter. .system'. 'Anyhow, so as lo get riit Of Jusl in hand- I will give monthly stafe- -.ling, so -you see I do not a merit lor last jealv aW.i'r.e'rV all .can point to save. 1. am sure if the clti- sr? for themselves how it works' really knew what they Or "gallons 5733( Had.J cot been on a meter and been charged on flat rate I would have had to.pay as follows: Dwelling FAlrn. over 4 rooms (in ray case -I. 11 rooms, 'I ivould have pay 50c. a -room.lor. Hath, Including 4 haslns -closet f.sundry- tubs Automobile Lawn.'and Rardni 'Brryicc My account .wbuln-'total. 3.50 8.00 2.00 1.00 4.00 15.00 A dirrercnce in my favor ot S16.5D, which more-than pavs for the mtter, and t trust every citizen" vill look Into this .and 1 am one will want a his is my ciperiencc-'aml- Its ,tne melt lor me. Yo'jrs truly, .........H. WINNIPEG MAN TO HEAD GEORGIAN OAV Ont., Fell. ft .la uiicler- stood the naincH of the .men appointed as a royal coinmiEs.ipn Ihe 'coiomercfal of the ed In a dar The men. selected for thft nosillon ore er-Mayor Kan- ford Kvans of cnft'lrman; Col; K K. iMelgh'eri and Kclviard Uo- .hler. Montreal, .-i'' count of his personal relations to C. N. H. Iisaw_il ing and C. N. H. construction.- SHOULD HE ENCOURAGED. AS a coadjutor to Ihe modern means of incicas ing knowledge tomes the cinenm; and judg ing from its present and the uses to which it has been'put, it will stamp itself as n fncfor in the menial development of the individ- ual of today. This is borne home to us by the ex- hibitions of Ilic moving pictures of the present day. A pleasing feature, which is gaining ground in fbeso is'thai Ibere lias been very liltle of pan- dering fo sensual or morbidly sensational Inslcs, 1ml n weft-advised cfforl to mnke Ihe movies in- jtruclivc and educational as enter (tuning. When I built my honi'c in. a-ive. they wo-Jld be appljing lo the Sir William Mackenzie can- jdKiried to put in the. enamel wash city to put them fn. a meter ami i basins In all ncd-toorns this required it up to them, ar.d J ihinV statements go uncpnlra- hot and Mter .to ever? considering the debt of the city, our hcled. He owes the people of Canada a full ac-'rootn, ar.d two taps to each bajin, conimitsior.pr.s would be actlnRnire- >C N H sau vrils 50 llic> everyone lo pay for T 'i mf account would be their meter, as 1 understand in ptir- -loronto j I therefore decided to put chasing a great they could be 'in a meter. I applied lo the city for, Installed at a cost ol about SI5.00. A year ago the lirst woman inayor'Af AVurrcti- ia mctcr' hut as nuct c'-ii1fn wis ,ll) ir.g meters at that t me, hey would amount in a year, be not clad- ton, Oregon, was eleclr.tUiinrl innrJi cnlhusiasni. W for !i' Miss Cbra Cyntbiii Mimson was her name. has now retired before her torni of office has pircd, ami in doing so, says: "I linye reached the conclusion thai mnycirships nti positions for women." Some too hasty conclusions nre being drawn from the incident. Some women, pnrtic-..........._, ularly those thrust forward by their friends, ;arc "n" fo (hat 1 'would pay (or- It and id i be bound to feel that after being act! j ratsc a" l terlainly pfov'e rnilly up against public duties. On Ihe other hand j........_____ ______ there would bc-othtrs would lie in 'armol how any one can lliat lhcy never knew when the proper lime was lo give up the work, and once ailiilning power, would want In hung un (0 it iiionlon Journal, Here Is my monthly statement for last.jrar, showing the numher of was cutik feel used mnnth .ind the was cost' W3' Cu. Ft. Cost ;t Miirtli SI so April 2.75 May 1216 the benefit. Jur.c 1810 Aug. iMir.cy-navcr for cvr-ryonc has Kept- nvestmcTit. tilthough 1 for the ifleter, hut >rc than cost the first Fin-1 I tnin'i .o.very .one -pay lor their meter to me thpy (fr.rs't Know, what talking about. In your paper of Monday evening jn an article on the meter numlon.. m tie editorial column you. ask itvfrsl .IflH. Keh........... 210.i 115S nil lot; 2.3S 3.10 4.60 3.9S 3.15 1.25 1.53 Ifiii 1025 15869 l-li Likfe They don't know (he scientific reasons that justify your favor-- but they do know tastes good on Ihc palate easy in the "lummy" eritails no castor-oil. These of wheat are ftteam- .ivflh" m'll( for 130 ihen baVed and lox'sled lo an ftpjielizlng ''Porc4" cuts the trouble out ofchildcen'f feeding. TFili TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES ;