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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE l.ETHURinGE DAILY UEUAL1J SATUUDAY, JANUARY 10, 191-1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER VK7 PutMshecS by the Hcrl'd Printing Co.. Ltd, every law. rul cvsnl.-.g at its cfficf, Sixth Street, LethbrHge, Albrrtl. Canias. PHONE: Edifcrll', And News 1224 W. A. BL'CHANAN T. W. QUAYLE JOHN TORRASc's 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 veir delivered...... 1 year, by mail 6 uioitbE. delivered 52-CO months, by null 3 months, by Kill 53.00 3 combs, delivered 2 months, drtlrered 35c. Aidressjs chinch "lira 1 Eotln. oy isii tut t-oth Lethbridg 'llooi Store; J. Q. Rob- ertson Co.: Jacksoa Co.; Alexandra Hotel; J'eo- plo's Drug Stare; Kennv C Aiiia; LethbrUje Hotel Clear Slicd: THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT I'ross Drus Westtake Bros. Vancouver Wide World News Co.; News Shop, Granwell Street........ N'ews Co. 105 River 3Me Avenue. Grassy LaSe Hotel. .Co- hen News Aeency. BooS and News Store, L09A Sth Ave. West; World News Co. Pinchtr Station Edward Read. St. News Co. Kcol- den. News Co. Diarr.ond D'Arc. Medicine Assinlboii D. Ffyguson. Mur- phy Co.; Book Coxpany. News Company. Pinchtr McCrea; lircg Co. 'EEKLY HERALD tttrf Wedntiday in wctf. wntilru a Eumaiirr.irf Ike of Ihe week. local district 1 yeir in advance.....S1-00 6 months in advaica 63c incut. There was a time in the history of ;0a, when this might havo been possible, but it gone for- ever ami a day. Mr. ttcorgcson is no ituubt a'very estim- able ciliren. lie enjoys Ihe reputation of being a shrewd, wealthy ami generally siuvessful nmii, but lie m-.iUes a big and filial mistake when he under lakes lo challenge anybody lo slop'him. Napoleon, whom we presume Mr. Goorfieson-will ml mil was greater Ihan himself, undertook to defy Ihe people ami ended his days n prisoner at Klba.- Hundreds of similar eases ;m lo be found iu history. The poet says: "Imperious Caesar, dead ami turned to clay. Might slop a hole lo keep the wind away." Alberta's gas Holds, coal deposits, limber limits and other resources should be held for the people of the pro- viiiee and. we are satisfied, will he so held. There may. be some difference of opinion as lo whom such re- sources 'should be administered, but all are agreed, ex- eepl those who would profit by a spoliation, lhat they should be judiciously administered and applied for the benefit of the people, of the province, for ils industrial and various enterprises and not for the food of promot- ers and speculators seeking to enrieh themselves. Mr. (Icorgcson will tind the people, of this province are more powerful than selfish private interests. Too much of our natural gas rights have passed into private hands already. Let our policj be in Ihe future to keep the gas in Alberta and in possession of the people, for the service of the people. arrested either Uuic, liunded.1' Twice 50'a OUK POINT OF VIEW Fifteen hundred railway men laid oft' in Toronto. Hnmil Ihe It seems lonijli thai so ninny municipiililics have Io cnforci paymjf, 1ml they really need Hie money. The dismissed sheriff in Maclcod will be able In feelings of the dismissed postmaster. How. much dtil nwfcu toOny? t .A Week's Want At, llvo man to canvass business for a toiubstono concern. The sheepmen have (oimcJ a sutur- ing association. Kvldeutly trying to put out of business. Mayor Uar.lie rende a bad tactical luniler the other day wheu ho rec- ir.uieuiied the appointment ot t. 1aiiy i city i-lert. To be consistent be til now have lo hang out a shlnEte i the council chamber: "No suiok- ng allowed." Krery little city hall Job has :i blue nvelope all ils own. A known local business man was grousirg about slow times in tho postofiice lobby the other morning. Foley, who, as tlie namo vill prove, has a wit of his owu. over- leard blm. "Why, he replied, do'u't fcnow what a slow town There WHS a niau fell dead iu Iho postofflce In an Indiana town IF.SI Monday and they never found tho remains till Thursday. Tiiat hasn't j .tapp'eued here yet. A despatch says an eastern woman routed a burglar "with a broomslick. Needless to say the burglar ivas mar- ried, and knew tlie symptoms. Now that we have a lady city clerk, Ernmallne PanUliurst will feel that she can come to Lothbridge and count on a certain quola of official protec- tion. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUS Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes rOK FtTRTHER 1KF03MAT1ON APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr. A U. S. MARKET FOR line schedule gives the people .of 'the October northern tcrriiuryNan hour nnd a half m the. city.. S a result of the Wilson Tariff: Ai Canadian slocker cattle have entered the United States, and are now 'in the finishing stage in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. Reports emanating directly from the Chicago slock yards state lhat the rim was in the nature of a and entile feeders arc busy renouncing their opposition lo lower iarill change? The Western Grain Growers demand a referendum pn.Jhc naval issue, and they are.quite right. The government mandate for its policy. vith Canada, although they are possessed .with an apprehension thai the shortage of production will prohibit a similar contribu-- The Herald never I lion next year. It is stated by this stock yard authority thai gct n land titles ofliee. Pennsylvania alone could stock cattle and "would prefer to gel them from Eastern Canada rather ilinn journey lo Si. Paul or Sioux City, as the shrinkage incidental to siip.ii a long haul would be loo large lo permit of reasonable proDt boosting the cost lo the-consumer. The enormous trade with the United States, for cattle alone during the first ten yeaK is'evidence enough thai Ihe American market is "'one. .The fad lhat practically all of these entered duly-free in October bears strong testimony to the. desirabilitvvbf .the- mart. Tliis same authority makes the prediction that the extent to The Herald never faltered in ils faith that Lethbridge would It won't he of the "blue print" variety People's Forum OBJECTS TO LICENSES Editor Lethbridge move, meut Is on foot in t'no Warner legis lalivc district by which Ils promoters liop'e to place a license into tho vlll ngca of Warner and possibly into Illver. The pbn Is u'orkcc througii parties who claim to hnv preferring to'sec the !oihe figures not yet heing available. The United Stales is increasing j its cattle imports so rapidly that Canadian shippers will be! assured of a steady market. They are taking advantage of the! because the prices arc good. If they' were not, exports would cease, for Canada herself imports beef, being at the pros- j cnl time the heaviest buyer of American cattle, although the jU5t .toe The Maclcod Spectator cjicere'd the B.-.MHC- vcrl ad' thing which Is now a crime pun- shable by-imprlson'ment and support t by law it become.s a.very desirable iilng to. have is. a community. Ac- He Ecntlment has developed into firm convlc'irn; among tiis jnnsiics, lhat the liquor traffic must be de- stroyed bc-causo it is the greatest en- emy of. mankind In every pursuit of life, and -any attempt Io establish ording to Uiis- principle, civilization bar in dry- territory Is an attempt at r ias maue a'Vreal d'edll'us vllh crime aail criminalSTiti.-io'u'iatiy ecturies. What is needed is 'not a bar. bur' :anti -if- Lhq tarlies who "support this proposition jfmrid devote half Ihcir time and cn- crgy to c-ntorcing tho law that they ire.spending In the. attempt lo nulli- 'y it, all the places where liquor is sold as a bever.ige in t'Jis district could be closed up and the.offenders in less than thirty (lays. This is "dry" territory now, anil there is no reason that arpcals to reason why it should" not remain so. Wit Ihe people oi Warner rlisirict support In any way such a IraSc reversing (he rwheels of civilization and nrrertinj.the .forces which mako for n'poo1 government, sboil homes and n prosperous community. I.. OikTIl. Alia. Macon. Ga., ;Jan. n. Muii- president of the Georgia tho liquor business? When Juilses of crrl' Florida llailroad, had a narrow courlg and rifiors of nations feSCllpc frorn acath early twlay in and should are no reasong it should not b formed, and that is no reason what- ever.' But we are not left without a Tills new license district is to be sure, hut it's about as rritftH use i the eastern half of Iho o'.d Cardston as two tails on a dog. It's dea'd-'leU j district No. 8 and is An territory. I The leaders of public sentiment at I Cacdslon, Raymond and other places 1 in tfte present Cardston district, in- i eluding Its representative, as we are Unformed, are bitterly opposed to a Curly Munrb "Of Dawg6n, jjar and j{ (ne entire district were was in Winnipeg a few years ago a vole on the question of tern- with a rink at the tig bonspiel. -Curly ptrance', 'Dero would be little hope- was having the time of his ot for the "wets." In order, give It a decent burial. Slieakir.g of- anti-spitting bylaws, here's one with a ooint to il: thought Winnipeg the finesl spot- on the map and said so, and lo. show j ore, to make tho prospects as as possible for In little surplus now and Cicm la'relished by ttc wisest commission- ers. The comm's dijn'l So a 'thing last (Monday but riddlu the old guard lull of holes, le'lini! a litlle dayilght In- that he wasn't spreading the salve, (jtj8 the ofiice at Mmonton curled with his hat and coat off. -At j xovcmbcr w-aa requested to ere- the liis banquet which sent the- curl- ,lte jyj now license distric-l. their way Curly I The ncit slep to be undcrlaken was lo.ll 00. nactlvllles of lael year. il en 10 resign if his effort to pipe to Saskatchewan was thwarl- a'weicome relie; from the cd in any way. The Medicine Hal Times rcatk him a relnike thai will he endorsed by all citizens who realize the seriousness of Ihe move to pipe gas out of Alberta. II says: The. government of Alberta h.is the power lo kill his enterprise as dead as R door nail by forbidding him lo lay his pipe line across the road allowances of the province. The C. P. H.'has Ihe power lo stop him by keeping him oil the right of way. The Dominion gov- ctmncnl has doubtless the power fo stop him by point- ing out that the exporlalioii of fias is not conlc'iiiplalfd in bis rights. The various districts of the province have the power to so embarrass his imdcrtakinj< Ihsl he would be glad lo relinquish il- By his Iruciilenl and de- flanl allilmle he invites a cbnllicl and we will he very much surprised indeed if he is not necornmodaicd. Uni'orhmately for'lhc project of Mr. George-son, the people of Alberta arc not serfs and ho is not a Czar. He enjoys no privileges which arc not enjoyed by every- body speaking in a public sense. .The people will lolerale no project by which a few public mm are lo he enriched at Ihe public expense nnd to the public dclri- it to b? the. direct cause of at least ninety per cent, of all crime: lhat It is tfne principal source of poverty; filling oar poor houses, insane asy- lums, and causing the moral and phy- sical ruin of lens of thousands of boss and girls annually in Canada This appeal Is made in behalf o[ rto hundreds of. young peoplo who wonlil be led Into tcrnr-taliori and evil habits, ar.d mnny others 'who aro al- ready unfortunate. In the use of lliuor as a beverage In this The bar is of the homo anil every good Institution of society. The er.tlfe civilized world Is icekin- to ox- forrnlnale tho, traflic. According lo a recent 'announcement, Premier Scott oa Dec. 15 .inlroduccd a bill, though .tmporarily withdrawn, providing for wreck near Cordeie, Ga., in two pprsons -ivcre killed and Ihirly injur- ed. Jir. Mur.son's car turned over, throwing Hie president o-Jt o' his beJ and badly hrtilEing him. .Uclalls of the wreck arc meagre, OH account of the wires he-Ing down. of ths dead Isjurcd arc not yrl. Known. RUMOR DENIED made a speech in 'which he continued to brag Winnipeg to the Met." he said, "i made to- day." "How did you do it" yelled -the bunch in unison. They needed Ihe recipe. said Jerry, "I spit on ihe sidewalk twice today, and .wasn't LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE O. KAMK n Crow's Nest Bspress 11 Tro-.v's N'cst Kiprcss 1-2 11 n u Effective Oct. 26, 1913. AKIUVALS FROM DUB TO ARRIVE .........-..Kootcnay l.nr.illng ..........'..'.'a.41 ...........MtJicino Hat 4.35 Athens, Greece Jan. report fublishcd in Vienna of tha appoint- inofil of Agamemnon Sliliemar.n, son o; Ueinrlch Slillemann, Iho great rtrcihaco'oaist, as minister, of Greecu nl Io declare-d here to lio untrue. to canvass tho rHslrlct for "wcf votes. Tihts Is now In -progress. Those who ought to know, say a vote can not be taken before ne-irl October or Novcmber, but II if ejpedlent to be gin carty and Iho canvass is on. At .Milk Illver several men have been ap- proached suggesting various Plans and schemes in order to enlist Ilioj iLtereal of those itlio favor n bar there. It Is intimated thai Iho res- idents of lhat village co-.ilJ be In- creased to comntc-le the necessary number of residents for a license by pulling up stioclis, filling up old freight cars, tic.; Ihus furnishing In- ported families temporary houses un- III after h bar Is secured, it Is fur- ther auagcslca !hal a brewing corn- furnish wlUi furnish wlU, river ..............St.. I'aul .......................u.U whlch lo hulld a new hotel liavlng the reaiiircd number of rooms other SO. NAME iil3 Glow's Xcst Kxpress. jll Crow's N'tBt 12 Hto-SK" 11 SOL--SPC all Ixxa! SCI Ixica! 5C6 Ixical flyer ml '-19-15 ...........L'ardslon ........Calgsry (Aldcrsydo branch) FOIl DUK TO pEFART Mcrticine Hat..............i..'.23.50 ...........Kootenay l.sindlr.s 4.45 ...........31. Paul...................... C.1S ...........Spotone....................... fi.25 ...........Jfcriicir.o Hal..................15.30 ,...........Couils ......................17.4t (via Alderaydo) ........1S.OC equ necessary to meet the re ilremcnts of. tiie law. Overtures liave al.so been made lo (ho residents of CoullB, nayln? tbal If tticy will support Ihfs Ihey also will be able lo gel a license (here, 'where It la well known all rho are familiar wllh tho law thai a bar Bt lhat place Is impossible If is evident thai Ihta allempt 10 get "svel" voles all over Iho dlstricl simply to make r-os5lWe nar al one or two places. Tlicso canvassers C. F. CONYDKVKB. Ksn.., K. C., I'resiilcnt. J. M. AITKKN', Vlcc-l'rcslilcnt. DIRECTORS: John Homo, II. W. Ur. .t. S. Stcivort, JI.P.P. W. S. Ball, W. X. G.llbraHh, .1. MlBinbotliam. ICsq. G. It, Miner, C. U. Bowman, Wm. Smith, ,K.vi. Trust Companies 'Are organized to lake the place of the Individual In the handling of estates of r.11 hinds, and in of I'itOlil.BMATICAl, good management In the case it lnrllvlcln.il service, Trust Company ser- vice guarantees careful ciliciont Tnanascrnrnt of funds, anil nil mailers kindred lo the business of handling estates. You alao hive the benefit of the business rm.erlcnco of board of directors In "place of indlvldu.il L-.isiiim experience, r.'liich may lie NIL, Therefore avail yourself of tho services of. the The British Canadian Trust Company A Progressive Home Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;