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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Fdl'U THE T.E Til BRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1E07 Published by the Lethbildgt Herald Printing Ca., Ltd.. every iaviful evening at Hi cWce, St., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Directcr T. W. Managing Editor JOHN Mtnager PHONE: PHONE: Reporters! and Uep.utmtnt 1 ye'.r. dflirerel 6 iicnlfc. di'liriTcJ- 3 r.xr.ths, delivered 1 iSeliwuJ Advt'lising. Circu'it-cn and Jcb Depirtrvpnta 1-25-2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES S4.M 1 ycir. by nuil S3.CO SI. 50 SI.CO 3 months, bv uiii'.l.....................75 ................35 i tnoDlb. by L as ot'.en dpsirecl. but both nrist bo Riven. KcJ C.-Ois li.-oi florv; J. (.i. frlEOr. k C'o f: Co; r'.e's Kt-any ft Hole Cisar OlamrnJ Dr. DA1UV HERA'-D FOR SALE AT Ucatcie i- Grassy LaVe flrassy Lake phy Co.; Cratibrcok Book Keoip ft Cohea Edmcnton Provincial News Company, Caigafy nnd Pincher Dr. McCrea: 109A Ave. 1 Or-s Co. West: World Xews To. Tibrr Pincher Station Edward Vancouver Tin; Wide World Head. Hctf-1. A. D. welt Street. Carmsrgay Clarence Jamie son Co. den. 705 Hirer SiiJe Duluth World Co. .1 yeir In advance THE HERALD every We-ineiJay in cr pagti, ccr.tF.lr.s a suniniarr of the news of Uio wetft, ku'al and district SI .00 C months in ai-.iite Kc THE CATASTROPHE IX THE most Inimitable feature of the appalling loss of life in the terrible volcanic eruptions in Japan is the apparent disposition of we west- ern peoples lo dismiss the story with the remark that they were only Japanese. It is not a credit lo our civilization, nor much vaimlcci Christian- ity, that such an atlilude should he assumed. The Japanese are a splendid nation and have made progress proportionately greater than any other people in the last twenty years, and il would be much more becoming of Canadians to express the same measure of sympathy for the stricken people of Japan that they would for any other peoples. The loss in human life was appalling. and'Japan can ill afford to lose its people in such wholesale numbers. The disaster in Jarjan bids fair to take rank with the greatest catastrophes of the kind. other creditors pressed hard for their money and Ihe farmers had mighty little k'fl after .satisfying the demands. By paying so much of their obit gallons Ihe way is paved for improved conditions should there he a good crop this year, and Sir Edmund has very accurately guugcd the situa- tion in saying that another crop is necessary be- fore there will be easier money conditions. In the meantime let us make the best of it and con- serve resources so as lo be ready for the gooil limes when Ihevcoine again. OUR POINT OF VIEW Western Canada is willing to take chances i free wheat vitiating the loyalty of the people. How popular il would be lo send across the pond while there are thousands of un- employed waiting the streets of Canadian cities. mm CRUISES L th ridge Poultry Men cd for Punk School Board Organized Uarlfod, Jan. IS.-That Hie ot the LrthbrUge 1'oul- try asscciatioa is very careless In Us I'ir'.t ol reluming Cihi'jits tioia F.iir is, ihe otxuplainl ol W. C. the wi'H known (.'.ne'er oi tWs anil a regular pauon ol their Suc'ety. Mr. stales ih.it he scut ten liipe biids doun hi two crates a--.it (bit wfiea tl.eie were returned they hid been crowded into one crate ar.d arri'.M in' a Uoed stained ar.d dirty cor.ilitiou. Mr. is doing all he can to induce poultmiien to eihibit at the diiler- ent fairs and lie Ciiiii'm il v as un- uairanted treatment lo abuse his pe'.s as t'ory abuted _ai l.eth- Messrs. K. J. K. Qardir.er, Thcnias Murray and arp i hibifng this at Clarestolni. K. G. JlacDort-iell who received no- tire last -iveck thut as a Justice of the Peace had heen ca-i- celled, is in receipt this week ot a corr.mi! n'cali on froni the lion. A. L. Sifton, Premier of Atbs-rta, wT.o and graciously th? oi one of niicisters in Painful and Bufned, Hard and Sore Lumps. Couldn't Rest or Sleep, Finger Swollen, Cuticura Soap and Ointment Cured. X. Lid KJt rhnim oo my hind foe a good rsinjr yean. E ncy v later mjr band rraclc icd jxirt tho lirafr S hid to weir a to do toy wort, for hen I w istM Lu hot water It ua- urarrcd It Irriiateionucb tlul I knoir wlut to I had to lake a Alice Ferens'was lonTrial Fiuia Kioat Pago) MON'KV JX UA-NK Me. Palmer wanted to knov-' if Mrs. ony had utfarej U criiuinal tilings. Mr. 1'al- nier sudgcstetl ihul she be ro- Aftfr ;i few niuetntmenfi ]iad been milled U was firantcd. that it was not tl-c ot Mr. Uniy that tie be Lamb or lumsrU to vindi'.'tivoly pur- fir.uitcJ permlGston inovc old sue her. as she had betjj plal-M in J building for llireo luoutlis on lo to a dominant mind on Muin street, ivlicro Clio fir.' TLo was In rued down, IIOWOVCT, on account of It hcinc; bad jirecedenE, and as ilio oasitsl n-ay o'.it 11, Mr. Thcrriault application for a contract for hauling eodl from tin- Hoiivals mine to the JIOWPF "house. Cotintillor Allison saij ho did lliinli U hardly fair (o tho (own team- sters lo gtvo tbo contract out of town, as ilicy had to pay a license for team- ___.....__ _ The j lejseJ on her own recognizance, and that Uie magistrate write us her JP- latives and iriemis in Tatn-r tellbj; thetn the true situation so that the girl would not Jlcr record since Ijcine; on uroliation was enquired inio by court, and found lie ifhaol was brought up and by a resolution lo to le perfectly clean ar.il it' was straight, that she was STSJS the extent that xvould gaped ijuon her return. The contents oi signed docu- ments were hot gone into. The prellmtiKuy Tuesday aftcruocn was a tedlojs alfair. Contrary to aimouticement Iti the morning, that de" iho session would bo held in camera, an Winnipeg that the L'J. com- hati fawn restored to Mr, held Ovct pending" tbe expiration ol MacDonnetl as he declared "it was his piesent contract. pot his intention to cut of! any raan Mis.'A. Kaiser treated atout mcnte of .Mrs. and Alice Ferei.s, uiuda under affidavit alleging the nils- conduct of the probation officer, elianco nt UJQ Mr, Therd- ault protcateJ tiiat ss tbo country peoi'ls kept roads in repair, 'which the town teams would have to use. for some considerable time, and wua i eventually ended with a motion (o call for tenders. An offer from .Mr. Sparrow to sup- jily coal nt HouvalB mine for rift cents ton was accented, %i-ith a proviso tiiat ihe tovrti electrician nr tnglnecr'cojld .cancel It at lime they fit. Councillor RHison's pew electric l light bylaw Xo. Cl, was tlicri read. WELCOME THE FARMERS. IT is beginning lo look as if there would he fully j one thbus'and farmers.and their wives at the; big convention1 here next week.- Lethbridge will be honored by the presence in the city of so many of the men and women who'do Ihe work, which-' goes lo make Alberta a great province. Their deliberations will have much lo do with the fut- ure of farming in this province, and the history of Ihe past two or three years goes to show that V.-hen Ihe United Farmers in convention ask for nnylhing, Ihe provincial government has shown b willingness to listen. As the farmers will he 'discussing terminal elevators, pork packing plants ami slock yards there is every reason why Lethbridge should extend to them most cor- dial reception. It would help considerable if the merchants would decorate their stores. Let there be a free use of electrical devices and streamers. It goes a long way in creating impressions and tementing friendships. The Herald would sug- gest that the merchants ct-ulri also utilize the occasion for a demonstration of the fact that the fanners can buy as reasonably in Lethbridge as they can in Winnipeg. The way lo do Ihis is by publicity. Lei the farmers see. There is no body of men who wiii be quicker (o appreciate. Xexl week will see doings in Ixjthbridge. Lei every citizen do his share in welcoming and entertain- ing the guests. Dr. 'Clark's triumphal lour of the eastern pro- vinces seems'to he a source, of to cer.- nin. Alberta The Doctor cap lured THE FINANCIAL SITUATION. C IK EDMUND WALKER, president of the Can- adian Bank of Commerce, in his address at the annual meeting, placed emphasis on the fact that another year of prudence, would he neces- sary before there will he a return of anything like the good limes which prevailed up to the past two years. Sir Edmund seems to think lhal another good crop will have lo he marketed firs1 mid in this position Ihe Herald heartily concurs We do npl for a moment think there will he nnj occasion for a blue ruin outlook, but we have to face facts as they are, and everyone now kimw that unless the fanners of the v.tr.t hsvc 5 he east and party great service. The new conception of statesmanship in Can- da is lo construct public works lo provide for unemployed. Why should there e thousands of unemployed? sity N'orth West.Mounted Police is oi Alberta. As was to be expected in i even refraining at times from lire- reputed to be an European Count asd the midst uf such an imposing asstm- iscnting a friendly attkude lest his former military today biy ot the weaker sex, the professor action might occasion mistaken Ideas for pest he has brea upheld Ihe cause anil enumerated a ]of his true relation, transferred. The Corporal has bK-n in nuimlcr of good" reasons to show Just Rev. Alktn, who made cerinln state- charge of. .room here for why women should have the Iran- :ir.ents.cn the public platform during 'the'past two'years and is looked oa chise.'lu the course'of his lecture he the election campaign regarding con- by his as a jolly referred to- the militant section ol diilons at the Shelter, was nut on the good Fellow. the sutlragettes in Ua'Iand acd and closely quwtloned by the ilcS'idiol some of the ladies ilio statements to him. Lethbridge does not need to ask governments o spend thousands lo give work for unemployed, .ethbridge industries keep the great majority at work. The Medicine Hat Times is busy frying to convince its readers thai paying taxes on food makes food cheaper. The Times is also oppose: lo wider markets but should Ihe government place wheat on the free list Ihe Medicine Hal organ will be among the lirst to start Ihe cheer- ing. LcthbriOgc is at a critical period in its history. Every' man in the city with any civic pride should allend the gel-togelhcr smoker in Ihe S. 0. E. lall on Friday night. We need co-operalion n if we ever did. A solid phalanx of Lethhridgc business men sel against the future should resit] in a fulfillment of'the" visions we have always entertained for our cily. prepared his record'of the business In er'1 who did not Mly-aercc with the th'c Macleo'd post'office 'during the hesitated rot at-all year 1915, the mVat'ol which is sura- to so and ask him questions. The mamcd as follows: Stamp' salt5 .Money1 orders Money orders'paid Postal notes sold Postal notes professor .answered all questions at S Mrs. who was acting mat- ron at the time of Mrs. Cory's ab- sence, testified that In all the time she had been in charge at the home. rte M novcr seep any actions on ll.e 111 167 i! m how. and during tie serving of al- diSofe'nsueaC 2.554.87 omission ensued. the probation count. the bylaw was read, it really wasn't given its first roadtng, ns some ot tho councillors wanted to look it over careExilly heforo voting in any way, and the morion to Eire It its first reading was lost. Councillor Mills not' to be caught napping, howovcr, and ir.ndc a motion that the do? bylaw, of which ha is the be given ILi first reading, at the same time throwing out a hint tlmt U was woith hearing and not fit for publication, etc. Qf course, everyone -was curious and nil hands went up when tlio mo- tion was put. It likely be changed Eomo at the second reading. The main features are ihat rte doc. licence he rut at 55.DO for dogs and losrai notes paso......... ..i.u 13 Safing3 bank derosits her. fiicr.il Miss Lucille Eck- Hcgistercd articles mailed at m I-cthbMtlge, has bten 9 8K6 "ison- ctre" of n number ol very bcar that she was untruth- .lances jful and untrustworisy Tins voinl in .'or Miches, nncl lliat Ilio (own i t be aijm lu uav jua unn ina- Mrs Cory left i cret'ori a little more than ho now- can her care, she Imd been ]in regar-1 to wlint conttllutcs nn un- cur, flcveral oth- :cSi Jtacleod care, earned that the accused girl would ago, has been in town for the attacked H3 'past few- dafB and on being inter-} .Tackson, by whom; accused 22 US "ewcj the corrc: tor, has statcd that-he was e ui- tllc )lltllan3- liegiitered articles deliveicd at Maclecd Registereii articles passing through to othir offices Total registered articles tered in bccAs K. J.' Kollis, inspector, hai statcd was getting alon issued nis annual report of the build- tllp Tlle fart o in? opirations carried on during 1913 llls ?ullcs am! alihcudi the record is a trifie mosl ls that centering on his hrfow lasl year's, Maclend stm of justice ol the peace in stands rrounrtionaMy srrond in the lreals Sole- province. TLe sura total fs made up rnon-lise manner the numerous divorce ol garr-ges, store and -1hat almost tial tha chief items though hls The latest judi- bfing 125.000 tor, renovations to ihe c'al th2 ?Sent. lvas {o tclVe a Auirriran hotel, for ttiB Sew- >n lllc allalls Vi. Dilworth, who succeeded to evldencc was lntrodt.ced In cider agency of the Illood iieserve a lo show that her statements could bo to their veracity. Mr. employed for ft -tlnje, gavo evidence of tiie bamo character, stating that tic not beliero tlio girl on oath, age Disposal plant, ar.d S3000 tor had the had habit small temporary school. The total nay that was not their own, amount ot permits is (c arld On hc.ir- I The annual meeting of the Hazel- IPEJot the stfalinE. Dilfforth is- 1 mere Uvistock association took place sued _st.t1BSent orrfcis that r.o hay in that section yesterday when eiee'ta v t- was to be sold without permits. Wil- One of the things about the innnogomcnt of the street railway system that we could never understand is the habit of giving free tr.nnsporta lion to convention (Ideates. While il is some tiling the visitors no doubt appreciate, they not cspcci it, arid certainly it is nof good busi- ness. Il could very well be done away wilh, unil Ihere would he no criticism to offer. The Calgary News Telegram, apologist extra- year took place as follows: J. Cilass. First J. neid. Sccor.d Vicc-I'rc'siddnt A. K. Mc- Turner, who is ex- Kd. livaris, however, look in a load apiece before the order iwas generally known, with the result 'that they were fined to the client of 512. Motive Doubted by Council from Kroat Allcr a '.Vhile Thp council have a cbanec te bdr- O'R- ?1000 from O. S. Kettles to bft used as a first payment on the PolLcb Reserve property, If It can legally ho clone, they will grab it. Tiie appointment of a health officer was laid ovtir. The town has tlie rien ail but tbo town council didn't have tho nerve lo pass on the pft'ary they want to pay for tho posi- tion until they .nut out a few feelers. They 'would hate to thlnfc they had paid more than vras absolutely nc- ceasary, Tho sfcrcl.iry-treasurer got just about llils time. Councillor Scott brought up the question oE reducing tbc salary of that official, or what anio'Jiilcil to the Earner thine, KB he suggcetcd that tenders be called A Eiz7.Ht.ff Idler was roar] from the ,or yoajtlonp u was Ollt regarding a to thflt as tbere no Hank or Otlaw.-.. nole held by tbc Forest City Paving In ocrarlmcnt lenders contri not Co, They want the monc-y qulcli. j C3llcd for Tnlg WQ3 They'll get it AllPr a while. The sec retary is point; lo i.onr oil on Ihe tlie mailer was laid over. Fred Rhodes asked to be relieved troubled waters in Mie meantime, of th0 of building Inspector, ;cxrilaln that tho money (or debentures j as flag tfrM on ROCOTml ofl his For the past few tnc people docs not always arrive on the day I taWne over the Inside 'wiring for tiin ._ of Ulhbndse have been boasting that thny sold. town, he might not ho able to give it The r-oor old mill evoked the usual oflfdo ncnb'er o( all tommittces. in of-lhc'r sccrelarK-ttca- surer they have the only lady in Can- Executive T. amount or discussion ar.d censure. Johnston, K. Ill' Pearson' and C. Kt! ?.da to.hold such a position lorgcf- The (own are fiolng to try and Mil II, nolKxlj- else was (be eecrniary was Instructed to George. At the close ol the balloting proper attention. He, was to hold i( down for Iho ns ig, and so the remains that in Ibis year when there is no sur- which opens Friday. Will lhis fnir OWI] plus money (lie hanks! times in ycsirs are bring .noimfaclnrers meie hcwrs of ood -mtl realized I, is unless to try Hnmc the ers of Wil, i, ,hl In kan wars and Kencral Luropcan siluulinn fr.r Iho.Canadian wheal J.y.llie inixinfi with U S waWlily iif WLSlcrn fanners fo buy coslcrn Will il .Ic.slrny Conodim, mills? Will ducts.. Hiat has nothing wl.a ever lo do with Ihe H niill our In.rsconlincnlal railn.ad, bv clivcrl- cose. The farmers spend what Ihey havp nm- lo-soulhern rrmlcs? Tlic'e vcrc after paying debts, on now sitpplics.nnd Ihe of the slock Conservafivc remains Mini Ihis year they hnil no snrjiliis in 1011. And of nil can ii k- fcpeml. For not only wns when! sold ;'il a sucli It-fiislntioii will pave jpppoinliiig price, but the machine companies liy Ilic Icnible Uncle At the first mrctinc ot tnc jeccntly rcM school board, noctor T. If riM ras appointed chairman oi the hoard lor