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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ft r mm IFfiday, Februai:y28,1913 r�4 THE IiETHB^BiBGE DAILJ HEEALD �hibll�h|ed by the. LethbrldBe Hcrnid PtiMlthlha C�., Ltd.j evary evening at It* office, �txth:8trMt, i^t^Jt^ldge, Alberta, Canada. W./ A. vHhIoHANAN phonb: vHdttcplaIr, ^^i., Bepertorjial . : " And'.New*" Department PHONBi Advertising -Circulation ' Xnd "job Departmente . 36c. �.'�-1 month/ii>jfl'ni�i|l V..... Me. Addreacea ctianred as often es Sefirqa,?tr�t, bet!;, sew � ani �ia addressu mtwt J>� gtvktk 1 ]reBrt,..delivar�a ... 6 months, delivered ; S motiths, dellTered, iMHOnthr'deltvefedi ; pln�her D.' Li. 7. satchen; Tab*r-TtTesUaJIce . Bros. ' . Cagl^oAi^�Anierea']M'ilir � Beak^ Fernle; B. C.^Peroy Beel "Medftlne'Hafr-i!^ M. Nerthau. ciahnfiilAfir-^.'t.. Selneojc* 1>^o^^ettj^lamaad ' City. Browh# New* . . Aveane. P^R. trains Skeitb and WiniamBon are the oppo-Bltion, with Aid. Hamlltoji DllUng on tie cross henchea. The decision ot'. Aid. Ixiverkng not to resign was a wise one. He was elected to serve until the new charter gomes into effect and should stand by the electors, and without salary, too. There are � lot of cities "In Canada catrying deficits at present, and one of them is I^thbrldge, and the Herald opines that there is no dtsposltion on t}ie peirt of the ratepayers to increase that deiicit by paying salaries to aldermen.'. THE WJBSKt.V..H6RAI, Fabltslied every Wednesday In eUAt i ; summary of the news ot %tt t miAihi la ailvanae''^>,';.;,TS^ It does not look as If the gorern-ment is �olng to get tl>e new Ba^k Act through withpnt some important amendments beiu� consented to. A lew strong men can accomplish wonders in maklug the policy adjust Itself to the lines of least i;eftistance. Charles Sft-SFarl as Minlster*6f Miml'ii cipallties, Mr .gltton showe^.himself.l a-good'judStf-Ot men. '� ,. The Assoolale Boaras of Trade aref deserving of heartiest, oomniendatlon in the etfoi'tto haVe the grain growers get togetb�|j:iio that wh.en the grivin comiulsslpnfebisia government'is bping approach^e'd^tbfor-'Will pi^sent-ti- united front. 'Because one^oj two \aeniien differ in the council- ait to^fty salary grab. la no reason fqresaylni; that there - are two lactionsSlii the .council". On a question of cabUfliipoUcyjsuOi as; the power policy-Ahef:council T^was unanl-mo\is and thai^ Is the tetter criterion to Judge the florincllsby.^ V ' In giving the tYlIIageSvlacreased assessing and Tjonro^wings powers the Alberta. govemCm^nt. Hfw: sBown once more that It is; Inv olose tbach with the needs of t^e p4opTei Invselecting The southern towns are perfpfed.by t!ie rlght'klndof men and Women if the' newsprf^ers properly reflect their, sentimentsVf.�-i'The granting.,of remnawp^tion to k^depnen. Is, "after all, a pnbUe con-^^om^^and those'who think th9 rate-ipst^s are. with them�i shoxtld -giv4 /|tlieni>the opportunity to de61d4 ion the ' ~iatter. Men .who went into th& coim-U did^so fully, realisdng the labors �-t'were^.alieaa"oi.,th]6m. w^i?s| edi to ibe/more than normjailly easy,, owing to the .launching'St a ^''indnstrlal' iwycy.' Tifey' were; , ie^to ^'aartake-^ti�espolsaiill.? JeHilsiA lt,'�5onlK l&Tft Jb^^ 'wa4H|| *' �� S(neoe8SBty?teibe,^8pfint�ojivi�uk'| iae!;par^.dr'thelr itatitonn. j'(Thls.,>owe-ver, wssinot tjia case, nd It hwdly seemfi ^4,er thattlie f V^uia, BOt geU^the ..jright map ! for the poslUoit the city coancil ""e'oHi^' day4.4�oi{led not^itcf ensile;: fOdnstrlai^cpznmiBsii^nef, tharovring ^Qrk..'9iL.t^tifiay4T''for the''i|ii6ii .......'^^^mmwi i-bvfitiain^g jQsen: ''The' tlai4:iame that ��.8.^w-.-jw--j-�____.-it^jneet -with vor"la",thef4|ye8ijOfHh^ xdAypr, mMi ��-"^--slbger wlUipnt ed mijjQTi ermen sonishould now .be raised, and S^jto^ lie carried without the IS%ti4*the .ratepayers being con-{,','"lff^*thB aldermen arc worthy *1iBe|^1|l6n\then, no doiibt, "Uie "Ijljifiiiit J to be the deciders "*,"�a'nd the question could "'settled. lioyering has retponslder-tgion -fo resign, and, as tlie :it"|he council areagalnatpaiy |%itlJeir services, the maitter |ijii::a�cepted as final, and if ibBw' M' !^t. dissatisfaction the rem-IjlEWiB^W^ appeal tb tbe ratepay-^^fi^lstaBtihoweyer, ^hat this will y QSeeelsat; and that good senile Wderatlon will prevail. itsS'ould, :bs!llie^ir fli*s^s and personal Incon-viSb^i^i^i �eM in tile scheme in I'-^eff'^frmen' ^re el^^ted. Let this ligi'suw^iijly'raallzed and it will'tend ^^^^^ilVf^Sfat^ai^Wary;'tiiaVis' ig0(p5iikeifliior'isra^^  th* *ier; Progress'IsilWarited" (OriUia Paiskep ' There were ;8,9(f fewer deatfis in Ontario from tubcrctifaf consumption in X911 than in ipoj.^.!^^ The'campaign of education is lehtlpely-Jbstlfled hy this result. j^^�'%in^e|'atlon to iddermen Is an innoyation.,�nd should be accordingly i:^j8sionef his power to attract !U%f his duties'' as mayor the akention to lustrial nature whlsh 'd,, T,o obtain the; he'feels that he should e,'-&me'^0 flfe work. And'. B^OjpUttg bn^the best will induBtrlali program; lv^�tim?4ed onoe before pp^nt ae^ly $20,000 last *pal>li9ity which will i>e prac-, ---""-'^ unless a vigorous fol- , is Instituted. If half . ,'ls 'jexpen'ded � tWs yeir to :;andJB^xpenBes;of a |opa^ � j^ood results may; be r^pfljjoH's-action was hasty, and |'1>9'l�conslderod without delay. :tbi'.thesquty(fe|| PP.TirodaotIpn, of ��'f^hl�h �ironow',a,^eat\marg|i In the' W;|>nfr:tj^thft otbsr. duotp Stains commpdrttes"have eU before reachlisg.;pielr "on. . ilem,.then ^ for solution ap^ *tfteieyolvlng of' a .scheme .^wjst of.thisr').transfer. J, ibe. etfed^uai; �masfc b .^.jfcwilli. secui^ltWe^rm-: Wif^nd.;at:;the-saaiie-tin^ '>3fflrbitant prices to. the arkets wopld -tifeof-some Iglijng means' In doing lucbt of the InU^mediary ^'transfer 'of f. commodities, lid' storage plants, are llk�wl8B eis^ntj^l-in-'the scheme,-iot reduction of piilre. 0,niB|Pirf-'faf Mr. Warnbck's speech: which Svlil appeal'to the people-of.-British Colomibla and'which-mnst^com- pel. agreement with him among tlie supporters of �the provincial - government, Is his-;sympathetic reference to the attitude Of Sir Richard McBride on the naval question. As -we all know the,provincial premier has been placed in an awkward position in the matter of the Borden proposal. Sir .Richard declared his own. policy too early  and too emphatically to make it easy for him to give eager and un-quallfled approval to the present federal .program of ., the Conservative party. He no doubt adopted that course at a time wl^en he beH^ved the weakness of the leadership . at Ottawa would force the party to cttU him. to-the federal premiership and he intended his vigorous utterances, when in England, to assist his tri-uruphal x>rogress 'towards the Domln r'ion capital. Events did not turn-.out ag-h'e expected and his premature attempts to formulate a naval policy for the Ottawa government only resulted in creating an estrangement between himself and the members of the. Dominion cabinet. The strain in the relationship has of late" been much; relaxed and Premier McBride, like Conservatives all. over the coun--try, has been compell�d~to fall into line in support of Mr. Borden's proposal;, but While perforce endorsing the.,contribution policy, Sir Richard cannot entirely repudiate his former clamorous demand for a naval unit on the Pacific as well as on the Atlantic BBi^board; .Accordingly in his speeches in which he lends a mild support to the contribution policy of Mr. Borden, he never fails to dwell upon the necessity of his own.dema'nd be-in^ compiled with. ' *;|i|iiREiO''BA^ * r �^fH'�|^fv[iB a seven year lease on an Irrigated rJ-Zj'seetl^ft&re*:^*' iporialbtev^ijfajttlas and aeltthe.-n 25 brood sowa, If w^Xit'ed.-' '-Y/llJi'fell' .^.iteo IrrKoa^fld tract at a bargain. Easy terms, ��"^j'' . Money To Loap .....^On improved property and for huilding' ' �-pnrpoi^es. ^-rv *.''y'^j./' niieCB. Bowman Agenoy ACADIA BLOCK ' � .... 'r...;...i^.>i.^�...;.,jir;:':.,-. ..vf.'iV ., Iff,  am (WinnJ The Globe; Quebec, with' the Borden ;i "It is only, will never/HJ is: no dangi men at 25ii mothers and As for the for it, and tlie Itwiilnottakfe;.^, homes, as tb^Tijifenjal'Laurler would do." � � �' �';:?p'^|^t^|sppSf � ; -W: V Evenem^ni^'fif'edyd by >Ir. Les-peranoe, Cons5lt:l?fav'e^;M.; P, for Motit-magny; It I^;'ftiimftted[c',ttea organ of Mr, PsUetler, ^"fi^;#Qst5^a'ster-General-?. The.govaniia^t-;''ii|o:^Os^|.was built to permit the lormer, dpuble-barrelled cam.paign, to be,i;rAua}ed,df'necessary. if.^em?nt;;of J-^$tenoe-'of ey. You ;|tv. There fill hive ^-^Qanadlan .^jjjiioaoss. 'Koi �:^iir pay yn??V tor it; SucGessful In response to an eight-Inch ad. inserted twice, �^gtarlan4 crowded to t|i.e doors was with'bqys and girls last Satur-day. '.::Ye!' They all re^d The: Herald! Business Property on |; !^ '^^*]feet\v^eii 5th and 6th Av^.^Ksirlii V - "W^e .p^Ter 25 feet on whioh^sta^J" W}^ is Revenue-Producipg^ in. Mitlord ;New offlcoaf, corner'AXh Ave.; and Btftk. ' ;^^ame -'yon have a hard-working ' !Plat~'tS*ep.-8AdsI wish I bad two or titutee-morei like tier." mm ^ ; ^ Pldw;t Need It y^mt^M^ jrou jjf,aBh your hands W'�)irnlqit'* .� % .fSfflt'wasHetli.qnp of .them, ma; the >'"'^' ''^e'euid^h't F*o� Him ptte-^Pi^BOB^^ my iiat, ::;jSSUdenpi^-^ey-''Phwat? Run i-^^ , an^.-.ij^lv�A. -dome back'' again? Y'oU.st^^d-'h^ejiind I'll run after it." ^ I"- yj^u^h^^a Qhurch Notice -i.Vi^l^{!io:x'Q(hia.,^liety lieing on Easitet aifoB^ayi-*� siian air-.-Tneeti^gr-in^-the .^vestry, to deter? .3ftin^;5wKat'rcplpr;;jlh6- obu'-oh 8houia> -be; whltewashiettv i";v Gunman-HftI iftaV Ifl^Qled y* all rlgl^t,. This .her^gui^iafiijt -loaded. "Don't me^riflon. lt� bid^Hpp. T'hat roll I gave'-yS'^fr'ilag'eiaWey."-^ Life. � -^'^ ,"Mr. Thorntqn,;^Ws|i^d.^ Af?d;w8� ele/ /^If/-"^' . ' , ' '.^"i^u;* W0E.VERTON �;qw&B,'^ELs6N, B. c. ;