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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUR THE LETHTUUnOE DAILY HEHALB JANUARY 7, 181-1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Publfshed bythe Lethbrldge Hcratd Printing Co., Lift., every law. fut evening at office, Sfxth Street, Lethbridga, Alberta, Canada, W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Edllcf JOHN TORRANCE PHONE: Edltorlil, tteportorlal And Newi Department 1221 PHONE: AdveM'tlng Clrculatlcn And Job Dtparlrt.tnH 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES vcdr rir'tvorod 1 yosr, by mill months, dclh-ert'ti by months. delivered 3 months, by 75c months, delivered___35c. 1 month, by mail 25c. I'.fdlveJ. but boih aew and old THE DAILY HERALD FDR SALE AT Cross Drug 'Vancouver Wide Hook Store; J. G. RoU- erisoii (To.; J.ickson ft To.; Alexandra Hotel: Peo- ple's Store: Kenny AJlin; l.eUibndre Iloto) City- -Dr. D'Are. Medicina Hat AaalaiboLa llotfl. MacJeod A. D, Teiguson. Cranbrcok Beattie ft Mur- phy Co.; Cracbrook t'ompjsay, Ed m en ton Proviucisl News Company. Plncher Di. McCrea; MUchel! Dr'.iR Co. Wort a Co.; iVosvd Shop, Granwpll Strcei........ News Co. (05 Hirer Side Aitnua. Grany assy lAfco Hotel. hen News Agency. Bcok and NeiVE Store, Are. West; World N.ewa Co. Plncher Station Edward Road. St. Nerrs Co. Carm KnoJ- Co. I svir.ir.At t 1 year tn advance THE WEcXLY HEttALO p-jcu. an the or the krjl and .li 5KCC C montlia ID advance ctu Qmumssicmcr 'I'rnoy's iioslfil Ubrnry system (ho lulntoiiton Journal suys: prupustU is u novel one unit is worlh curei'ul I'onstrierattou lo. II is quite Ivue tlml existing Itbrtirios are not within Ihe veiu'ii of the innjovity of the puinihitinu and tluU in Ihc more isolated sections hnvo the greatest need of books. 'J'he Joumid, however, fails lo iipprc- cifite the ncce.ssily of having a library in dN'evy post otlit'O. If Ilic system is (o bo operated wholly hy ituiil, why should not nl the pvincipul cenlivs he snllliMent? Much more etlieipnt serv- ico rnnld a coiitriilizfitioii of t-0'orl. 'i'he work of u lihraritiu requiiTS considerable (raining nncl only expert ollicials need (lien he. eniployt'il, j) wide of nssnreil lo everv IN lIJRAItT OF CVTV HOTEL SAVOY SlSATTtK "Tireli e S nilN of Solli (Wo rt" In Itw tvitlroof aiKlftlotri biithsiili'i. BulhllM atwUil L-h-f in: itct I ELROrEAX PUN-SI iwrd.r.p tn d.j op The sending lo business men of New Yciir's ninnu'iitos by Die Typiyrjipliifiil I'nion, Hie nuiijiiilii'fnl Home for printers :it Colurailo Sjiriiiiss, serves to I'liiulmsiy.i1 Uiu recency orftiniizL'il ID esliiblish u liospilnl in Albcrln fur the vic- lims of the white iiU'fiiK'. The pvinlors' Home is equipped I'm1 the t'lire df members of the erafl who Imvc t'nllen victims nf Inlier- enlnsis, mid is one of Ihe most modern unil licst .snsluined insli- (ulioiis ol' Hie kind in I lie worlrl. The TypoKrnpliieul Union is I tilso (ino of Ihe finest orMnniitnlums in the. world, licing I bueked by nu intelligence, nuieb superior lo nuiny of the unions, I ;iiul Ihe conduct of Ihe business side of Ihe union hr.s been by inodenition mid considcrniiun for general business conditions. It bus ririsi-d the trade lo ;i liiyh level of c.-x'elleiH'c and tlii're is nn more enpuble and progressive body of tniik'snien oil the continent todny. rt OLie-Uilnl from iioii-comiiilssEoncil oilicprs for merUortcus service. Among Iho ofilcers of tho Hoynl Norili-vvosl Mountnil 1'olico Imve ttikpji commissions hi tho mini, nrltvo soivico iu otlipr I'jrts uf ihu empire. Is (Vipinlu niir- Inn rViMin nf nilgnry. His lifn lias ono IOIIK rtevoltoti In ULO eorrlco ot Ills country, lie: Itnylng re- Ulen] set before- him other memtiers o( his tnmlly. wtm: fcnvn been In tlm tiiiix-r- i tal service. N'ovortlielcss. ho Is-rrnllo! ntotteat over hL; flfty-venr r.nd IB Inelincd to sny: "I bnve fousht for Ktiiff and fntth, Aii a man Is boimtl to do; I liuvo only luy iliEty As a loyal 771.111 nnd true." Captain Deano born in Oolnco- Nilslilri flills, Inilta, on April HO. IStS. lie Joined [ho Hoyal Murln- ers, qnarlered at I'ortsn-.onlli, In Jttr.o, ISGiJ, and was ussfgviail for ?ei-- vifo with II. M. 3. whero he reisiuiiH'd two yoav.-l. In 1SV3-J ho vas a of tho Si. Thomas. (Int., of n venerjililp citizen who is won- ilerfully ;ielive in bnily inul mind, lie is Judge Unahcs, 'Jl veins of :uul siill tiblc to move ttlnnU siiul nn iietive interosl in nlVnirs. NVhcu Ihe SI. Tbonnis Times newslioy left his Clirisltiiiis yrcelina ravel, old memories were iiwaUenctl in Ibe jutltfe. who in his boyhood days wns n newsboy, and he penned Ihe following i "Pcnelojio" in (tin reserve sriuacko.-i reply to the Creeling: When 1 a kid in Ilic old town of Perth, JOBS AT HIM. O 1R Ilalpli Xlcvcilitli, Chief Jue-Uoc of Oniarin, is over sevenly years of ,-ige lull lie is still ;ible to n full day's work. 'They say, in addition lo hjs work on tlic lioncli, IIP chief lo Sir Jvjiues Whilitcy sim'e ho cjimo to power in Onlario. Certainly Sir Jiuncs Inis used his son'icos on ninny occasions. ]le has servfd on a number of commissions iippoinlcd by the government, tmd only recently drafted Work- moivs Coiupcnsatiun Act for the province. In recent he lus been mentioned as the probable successor to Sir Whitney ns Premier in case the latler's health iiecessitnlcd his -1 My veavs Ihii'tecn from the day of my birth; The churches were filled witb the Christians and good. Hut never a thought nbmit rlolhing or food l-'ur buys liUe me, who brought Iliem the news. With holes in my socks uiul well worn my shoes: When Happy Christmas was heartily loUl, Had nothing for me, I was left iti the cold. I carried the Courier lo each and lo nil, Yet never a dime was bestowed on my call. Neither Khrislmas nor New Year's, nor any odd time iSfitde it propitious lo give me a dime. Since you are the kid who has brought me the Times, I'll remember at Christmas 1 never dinu's; It behooves me to turn the tables about And make a donation I was always wilhoiit. Some Alberta people complain aboul Ihc strictness of rcgu-j latioiis in connection willi Ihe sale of intoxicating liquors but of the tr.i are he retirement. Sir William Meredith led the Ontario Conservatives Nol for a lllan tn ccnlnry old. in opposition lo Sir Oliver Mowal, but never wns able lo oust the Liberal Premier. Whitney come along, and while he could not (lisplact: Sir Oliver during his tenure of ollke, he eventually suc- ceeded in dcfcnlintj one of Ihe heirs to the Mownt leadership. It wonld.be rather a striking turn in affairs lo find Sir William Meredith'holding down tho job he was unable lo wrench from] the Liberals in his younger days. This is not The term of Sir .lames Gibson [is lieutenant-governor expires this fall, and il is said thai Sir William may succeed him. The other day Ihc mayor of Toronto named a to Wlili wi nt Hi had the audacity ir> say that be would chloroform men after they! hod passed middle aGe! I from 1S74 lo 1S7C. His Borvice as Etaff of tho Chatham division i of thn' lioyal Marines p.vtendci) lS7i: to 1SS1. He lecnme captain In ISSt. in 1SS2 Deano retired and came to Cnmuln with the idea of, tak- ing a commission in some Caimillan regiment. A yfar later lie was ap- pointed to tlio commission of Inspec- tor for the Royal A'orthn-est Mounted I'oiice. In 1SS4 ho became a superln of tho force and was trans- ferred to tho depot division, headquarters at Heglna. The second rebellion of tlio Northwest Territor- ies occurred this year, and as Captain i Heano 'ivaa the otlicial administrator j for the Hegina. police district, ho had 'fharEe of Ixmis Kiel and over fif.ly of Ills sympathizers, pending their trial 1 at the of tho rebellion. When the poet of the Xorth cangtit ttm in- t ner spirit of tho regulations of tho R, X W. M. P. In Ihcsn wordsr ie llttlo crimscn manual. It's .written plain and clear, they should not forget that the sentiment in favor of restriction That lie who would w6nr the smriot e tr.illic is spreading ami governments throughout the land I'' coasl soodiiye to fear.] eeding Ihe demands of The lemperance people. Texas isjMllst bc a of "oilig il strong jusl now. Al I lie lust session of the Texas Icgisla- !le referral to thn ftret set of rules hire two new sta.u.es dealing with the liquor truffle were placed I upon tho siatulc books Lucanic opcnUivc niucly allcf, manual; which EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year The Lcthhridgc prnporliou, at rale of 115 touts per dozen, rcpi-i-scnls a Hnily loss of to our district for each ilny ol the year. I'juUry business in Alhoria will pay if properly conducted, lor tlio host ol ford.ran bo .raised clieni'ly. A hen ivlth cross Leghorn anil one eighth Barred Rock at Agiir.il- tural College In the State of Oregon has a record of 303 eggs in year; nt 25 cents u repre- sents u gross lucomc of Word to tfze Mse is Sufficient" J have '10 len-acrc tracts 5 miles iiorlb easl of the city, with fid! walci- right, for sale for per acre. The land niljoi'ning eannol be bought for less SI.'15 per acre ill large tracts. These tracts are ideal for poultry farms; some with ideal sites for reservoirs, (bus insuring n good water supply, and milural gas can he supplied upon application, (he Gas Company's main being half a mile north. Terms are easy. After first payment uf is made 1 will tuke balance in poultry and eggs at Lethbridge mar- ket price. Eckstorm LETHBHIDOE I. Conserv; live slock American produce: We always knew !he C. P. R. was qnile a power in Canada, I Jnil we never knew before Ibat they were a parl nf the ISorden government. A tip to this effect, however, comes from Ihe Sas- Ufiloon Slar, which says: "In two years the Horden govern-! menl's progressive policy has wrought cliangos in Western Can- ada. The annual grain blockades have Some imagina- tion, that! of knows'; Rnl 'twas not so fated, wifo ar.il boy listened will, nil hlslory must bo content wltii tin- the refit for the whlsjier of the con- chronicles of his niatmiaccot darlr.p. spect and the good-fallowshir, of all nurat that 'vo'jW ncver -Most far cvcr> of Is lh3 the WoW) law effective in Texas, which means that all liquors 0, thlj so hls Hkuly 'twas of them liparl xvas as glorloua a servlrn ns itself so strongly on the people that CAPTAIN RICHARD BURTON DEANE iCatgary Siandard) advcrtEse." -Wo i prc-clation or Uielr services, This concise statement made an ouTw. Ji "RoyaP upon forre in Gloved tho royal indlvid- Iwhen he was to Caleary I n i LI n T V he was presented with an I lls ll.e parlrfi cl.nrrh _ i I tvacks. Mayhaii, nftcr all, lls of Lhu CaimiHans of No.i- or m Hl.onW reared VorK. SI '.lean has beeorx I L of tlio bliiiiHng snows, ir.to rt'oliraif-il .for.the pnnunJ FALCON SCOTT, HERO (Jlciiver Hcpnbllcun) Kever has ancl never will the I mysterious lairs lus j ctrato over the frowning walls of i of 81 j centuries. There rosspi never again vr.icR hiiiiinu will J iti iho noven.i pr.PcetliiirT tiie ST. Ann, of. wlipni ,1his cinirrli spR a relic by oiu- of '.niUers TruiiT" Franco. "iia nt lie rents In Lr-rciM f the Koya! Xonhvest Mount-: ed Poiice, qucstlonttl about his M. P, ia purely a civil body; its of-; tiieir licans set on achievement, souls tinned to Llic muwic of a won- is a fairly gimrnntcc Hint he will repeat VvV wish him CVLTY succoss for Ihc coming yc-nr. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Lcllihricigft is nol alone in the policy of retrenchment foliuvvccl by civic anUioritics. linmdon is doing likewise, for ac-j cording In the Saskatoon Siar: in imiking provision lor i'Ji-j the city coi'iniissioncrs amt the city ongincer been far-slohled In Ihnl tliev nrovitle for no extensive swrnlim'' Crow's Keat Express ............Kootcuay rending .............23.40 t, rij Crop's Ncsl Express ............Mpiliclnc Un.t 4.S5 program. Sncli a jxjhcy in so cilies angurs wi-111 ia sco-i'.pokanc Kiycr ..............Spokflim s.Of Tor Ihc future credit at' UK: WL-M. NAMK Effective Oct. 1013. ARRIVALS FROM DUK TO ART11VR j rierful Out o[ IL some- of Uiem Jiflvo not mm a ninJ novcr Tiicy i nro down Lliorc yet, sleeping tho i ice and snow, the stnra keeping vIsU j I high ahovo Idem, while of tho chnTiglnj; tilRhifi merffe Into tho gray llRlils of tlic creeping; dawns. Already thero urc lontl murmurs in the f.onst-rvalivc press over the dismissEil of SherilV r.Mmplii-11. In Dominion polijjc-s ofVensivc parlisjinship hns inspirorl Mr. Bortk-n :itid his eollenifurs to hcliciitl Uril odicjals tlic- hmri, hul il seems lo IK- a grievous sin JT i( follows the same cr.mse onee in a year or two. never hc-ard Ihe C.nnsrrvalivi's tcsl Ihc disinissitl of A. B. M.'trdnnald from his position (it Banff and in his c.'isc tlieix: was not ;i of Uiirlinanship ot1 nnylhing else. olVunsivc 11 (-'Iyer ..............St. Paul If? l.ccal ...........................Cranhrook n Local IlaL C5 Local ...........................Coil US........................19.15 ,C7 l.ora) ...........................Caniston fMilorsydp brunch) ....13.05 KOK 12 n '.LI V f.i? Local i oral Hnt K-ijirc-p.H ............Kootonny :e I'lycr ..............Si. Paul ie riyvr .......................Mndiclno lint brook ............CmiUs rd t n n DUE TO DEPAHT -1.-15 fi.lf. G.25 15.30 JB.E5 0.30 17, fvia AldcrBydcl 18. 00 The world of thp greater world Sccu was iibnulng nr.d, far more, j little care for Ihe won! even us the rcfmieni of hla THE CANADIAN BANK SIR EDMUND WALKRH.C.V.O, LF-D.. D.C.t.. rrcnl.lcn U.BXANDP.II l.Alnn. Ocncrnl MnnnBor JO1IV Asf.'l V. C. I1ROWN, of Ccnlrnl nrnticli PAID UP, KM m, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canrulmn Hrttiic of Commerce enable Ilic traveller to provide himscir witli fiincls wiilmiit dohiy nt each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive mnmici. They sire issued payuhle in every country in Ihe worlil in ilcmimin.-.tinns of S20, S100, with Ihe exact equivalent in the of tlie principal staled on Ihc face of each cheque, 'I'lioy ccoiioinic.'il, nluuiiilvly suft, sclf- anil easily net'otiolcd. j Branch R, T, Brymner, fflgr, day dreams. Hut from where IK- wnt In his litnl ttrc Norwegian fl.t- thnt MuttfTGil Iifn failure from cairn of Ice wns thn only 0-cmljHiih' IhliiK In I the wnates tlial atrotchcil to tlio lino thu world ended. "All ilio day] dreams must it Is it terrible ho wailed Jn his j turle and j We ran picture lilm In thn relent- lesH, concaierinfj Kr'P "f the Jco and failure looking death srnitirely iri tho eyo as fio unlnose tore his POU! from ;