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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 7,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page II LD BE A VERY E A. E. Ames Thinks Canada Should Develop Without a Boom A. j^. Amen, the Toronto broker, �wrote the following outlook for 1913 lor the Financial Post, Toronto: "1 do not know how to illustrate more clearly what appears to me to bo tlio outlook (or Canada during the coming year than by comparing In Homo respects our position with that or the great country to the south. "With mere than average crops, and with business largely on a conservo-tivi" basis, the United States has apparently the physical basis for the netting in of exceptional prosperity. In sp!" of this, however, no one can l'n mu'wi in that; country without feeling that amongst business men there Is a great deal of unrest. This unrest is based upon the fear that the coming gi'vernanvnt will manifest a vindictive and unreasonable attitude towards business interests in the administration of present laws and enactment of other laws, and there is always apprehension of laws that, may be enacted by 'progressive' legislatures in the forty-eight, states of the Union. I cannot but think thai this disturbed feeling in the Stales is to quite tin extent neurotic, and that a steadier condition of nerves would suggest that prime difficulties can in >-onio way bo' successfully encountered one by one, as one by one they have been dealt with in the past. It is easier, however, for a spectator to be jihllosophic than for one who is in the llilck of the fray. But if is the groat ,t;ood fortune of Canada that not from Ottawa, nor from any of the provincial capitals are we in fear and trembling lest, upsetting 'Happy thought' laws should come into being and enforcement over flight. In Canada, although there has been tightness of money, which has prevented tlio free running of financial transactions and to an extent has, also ^brought manufacturers into .earnest touch with their bankers and into realization that " Christmas 'holidays with the two parties as far apart as ever on this great issue. The Liberals throughout based their arguments' for Canadian units of tho Imperial navy on the s^ijqpntg and docuntents' }e� sued by fe6poh�ihle British !nttii�t$& Th�| Con8ir,Y-*tjvSofden wh'eii 'be asked the British government what Canada had best do for "Immediate effective aid"; and where their arguments differed from tho facts us presented b>* the Imperial authorities they Beduloualy abided tJieui, rolying'CQjivrhotorlc $ud s&plifsti'y. to'nniiwer tie Liberal arguments. Tihe : Conservative '# PICTURES FROM LOVE MURDER HEARING AT FLESHERTON v. Wtfi'-A-'- ARNEL LOVE "WITH AN OWEN SOUND CONSTABLE The Star'* staff phttiographtr secured some typical piotures at Flssherton yestorday. Herawith is shown tho first good picture of Arnel Love, the fourteen-year-old son of Henry Love, on whose evidence, chiefly, the latter has been sent up for trial for the murder of his wife. A murder trial is the event of a lifetime In a law-abiding community such as Fleaherton, and the curiosity of the people, as shown above, may be understood. OUT5IDE LITTLE SCHOOL HOUSE DURING TRIAL usual, was that if the facts differed from them, so much the worse for the facts. As to the Nationalists, they simply stood pat. They had forced the emergency and were quite willing to let the government face it. The marked feature of the latter portion of the debate, however, was the continued and studied discourtesy of the Conservative-leaders, Having trumpeted to the world that they were filled with lofty and enobling patriotic ideas far.removed from the arena of party strife, they called upon the Liberals to take the same high plane and not consider the question from a political point of view. Then they proceed' ed to take advantage of every possible partisan trick to gain, ground in the country. Although facing the most momentous debate since Confederation, the members^ of the government absented themselves as far as possible. Instead of. the leadc- : of the party placing themselves on record so that their arguments could be digested by the country during the vacation, they were held back and Inconsequential back benchers put up to kill time. Then, as a last piece of political trickery, the government produced their crack orator for the final session yesterday, with' the evident idea of getting Hon. Mr. Foster's speech before the country without giving the Liberals a chance to reply. Hon. Mr, Foster rose to the occasion with a speech wich was a masterpiece of sophistry and twisting of facts- full of his usual parliamentary eloquence and shiftiness. For instance, to prove that there was a real emergency,.!^ declared that by 1920 the German fleet would be not one wit Inferior to the British. Yet Hon. Mr. Borden, oh introducing the measure, had shown that by 1915 Great Britain would have 26 Dreadnoughts and two Lord Nelsons to Germany's 17.Dreadnoughts. The only possible way in which Mr. Foster's declaration could come within the bounds of possibility would be that Great Britain would stop building ships altogether or run a good proportion of her navy ashore. For the rest, Hon. Mr. Foster forgot his previous speeches advocating a Canadian navy, dodged the facts where they disagreed with him and spent much time sneering at the Liberal policies of the past, evidently forgetting that the Liberal party, like tho British fleet and unlike the Conservative party, was one of continual progress and not a party of emergencies. However, the final word on the subject came from a Liberal, Mr. Hugh Guthrie. Although he had no time to make a speech he flung across the house u clear-cut challenge that if the Conservatives were so sure the country would prefer their expedient to the Liberal naval policy, they should face the people upon it, and to do this the Liberals would do everything possible to expedite the passing of the redistribution bill. The government forces, iliowever, preferred to face the country for their Christmas holidays. CATTLE FEEDING SOME EXPERIMENTS CONDUCTED ON THE DOMINION EXPERIMENTAL FARM AT LACOMBE realized for frosted wheat fed to tho cattle. This bulletin which contains a num.; ber of helpful illustrations, is available to the farmers of the Western Provinces upon application to the Su days' feeding, $51.96'; and the third year, after 155 days' feeding, $-10.51. After deduct-itho actual cost of feed and labor the net profits obtained were, for the first year $14.35; for the second year $.28.90 and for the third year $15.56 per .head. As high as $1.28 half per bushel was CLUTCHES OF LAW YOUNG WOMEN IN - MINING.. DIS-. TRICT TELL PITIABLE STORY OF WRONGS Wilkesbarre, Pa., Jan. 7.-Affidavits from young women recruited in the Shenandoah region who claim they were forced into lives of shame in West Virginia, led to the arrest last night of Harry S. Kulp, head of a detective agency in this city, and ! Steve Kitowsky, an operative oi the agency. Kulp was ta'.ven into custody in Pittsburg and Kitowsky was arrested here. They are charged with white slavery in warrants issued - in the U. S. Court here. It is alleged by the U: S. authorities that Kulp was employed to hire strike-breakers during the recent troubles in West Virginia. In addition to minors, it is alleged that young girls were induced to go to the strike section to work in board- j ing houses, but upon their arrival were forced into lives of shame. The Ottawa Journal (Ind. Cou.i, says that the tax question is of such importance that the province is liable to 1)e driven to the necessity of preferring the principle rather than to retaining Premier Whitney. The Canadian fisheries department has been informed of a small silvery luminous fish, found on the Grand Manan fishing banks, It is like a small herring In size; Major W. Dunsmore Of Bury, Que., will go to Scotland as special immigration agent for the eastern townships. Till: \A)\L JiOM I, WIT LOOKS TODAY Jos. Schneider, of- Montreal, has been awarded by Judge Charbonneau $799.68 from the Royal Guardians, an insurance company, which, after he joined, passed an amendment excluding liquor dealers from membership. The sum represents the amount ho l�id In. The Love nome^'lh 'tlio l/ttTe settlement of Ceylon, Ont., Is shunned by the neighbors, and'in the garb of winter "has a most desolate -appearance. The windows are boarded up and the authorities have the keys. 7533 ;