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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 t~Pf"4btt i.'  Z THE LEfSBMBGE DAILY JH!EJBA]LD Thursday, Jannairy 16,1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OUR POINT OF VIEW ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by~~the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every l�wful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. jaUAYLE-ManagMng Editor .JOHN TORRANCE Bualnes* Manager PHONE: Editorial, Riportorla! ' And News Department 1224 PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 12 5 2 > 3.00  DAIIfV sgBSC&PTION R*rfe^ ,� 'i;.'-  -� . .... ' v � r, 1 year, 'delivered>.:. .V.�, '..tMo^afrear, bewail; 6 months,'SetrVere^a....... ,$2.00 ^C-V. ,v , 3'rhonths^dj�llvered."--$1.00 A'jSf-lfconths* TOr,.fl�*ll...... $1.90 1 month. d�ty^:,-yvu:..., Tiic, Jf.J fiAnth, atr/^in ...... Me., Addresses changed'as often "a��a*are6", bj&bSai new and oM addresses nrHs't'i&B gtven,j- THE DAILY HJa^'ttfr FOR SjMiJBjAT Lethbrldge-Red Cj^s>,I>tuf ..^V; Medicine'^Vt-r^- M. Noriham. Rook Store: J. G. Rober&on & Co.; Jackson St Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drugstore; Kenny & Allln. '. Macleod-touoff & .Co.; R.n'rT, Hamilton. Plncher Creek-B. J. Mitchell; D. L. McOrea. Taber-Westiake '-Bros. Cardston-Alberta, Drue; 4 Book Company. , Fernie, B. C.-Percy Beal. Cranbrook, B. C.-Beattie and Atchlnson. Ctarcsnotm-O. L. Reinecke Diamond' City-Diamond City Dwi Co.  Vancouv'tr, B. C-World Wide News Company. Atlnneapolls- Brown � & Brown, J19*4th Street. Spokane-The Jamieson News Co., 705 Riverside Avenue. Also on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday in etebt or"more pajres. and contains a summary of the news Of the week; local and district 1 year in advance .........11.59. 3 months in advance ..... He 6 months In advance........76c. � Whiskey was smuggled into Owen Sound, a local option city, tinder the guise of "pickles." Doubtless the manufacturer knew its virtues as a "pickler." Tiie.v are sending eggs through the mails in the v. S. A. now by means of the parcels post. When the postman calls lie delivers eggnog. The charter and the subway have already been settled by the city council. If they keep at it they will establish themselves as hustlers. Now Jet them go after the .power-question. It's a ..pretty sate guess that the Lethbrldge banks are marking no cheques "accepted" these days without . taking proper precautions. About $800 worth of experience-ought to count for something. '"' Down California way they are worrying, about the frost putting a crimp* in the citrus crop. Just think of that in California where Alberta people are induced to go every winter to get away from .Jack Frost Our esteemed, contemporary should at least' giy'e,the picture show houses credit for - throwing the picture of the King on the screen as a sort of curtain - raiser. That ought to keep all the _nervous ones from shouting for annexation.  ' -NOfW.what do all the super-loyal ones'who were shouting disloyalty, at Mr. Wilfrid .Laurier say about Earl .Grey. ;Tb-is-Ibeing more loyal than the IOng'must .be a terrible strain on the Cotifltl'tution-that is the loyalists' constitution. The C. P. EL.construction program for 1913 announced for" the first time in our issue .yesterday" makes provision for the completion of practically all of the Lethbridge-Weyburn branch The feeling toward the big transportation company in this city is becoming more friendly, for the' attention they have turned Lethtorldgeward during the past few month's is well timed. While the city council is devoting its energies to Inducing manufactur-ersHo locate here, it should not forget that the C. P. R. improvements heTe during the coming summer Axitl put Lethbrldge securely on the map as a wholesale centre, vand every time a wholesale concern enquires about the advantages of Lethbridgcjn his iine, no time should be lost In getting into closer touch with him. Lethbridge is the first station west of Moose Jaw which occupies a really advantageous position for a wholesaler's standpoint for distribution in Southern Alberta and Eastern B. C^f? Lethbrldge' is established as a wholesale centTe for all time to come. Work on that fact. THE ANDAR The R.N.W.M.P. Yearly Record HE ANNUAL REPORT of the Mounted Police shows that thejr were instrumental in entering no less than 43,391 cases. .This, considering the small total of the nurd-, her of the force, is very satisfactory work. The result is encouraging in view of the criticism which the corps hag lately received owing to the action of a few of its units, as'was the case' in Rejgna. The record shows a large activity,, and serves to proclaim the usefulness of this time-honored, body of men in the detection of crime. If soins of the charges "lately laid against the force "were true, it would be impose sible for the work done to make such a good showing. It is evidence that, taken as *, whole, the R. N. W. M. P. deserves the confidence which has "been placed in it. for so many years. For the welfare of the prairie provinces it is to.be trusted that each member of the'force will not fail to remember the' glorious traditions of the corps to which he belongs. But with the record shown there Is not much need for' any apprehension in this regard. . ... Satisfaction in North Lethbridge NORTH- LETHBRIDGE isolated" and naturally so, with, the 'decision arrived at for.building the jnucli desired smbway. The pec;J  jplei_ Ui^t|^aJfD.^gr^jt^e^; ^hat ..tjj^, - new freight sheds are to !be.placed*cinal matters, and have done a.good on the north side of the railway track. That the two' schemes will have much influence in' the develop- pent of the. northern part of the city there;.can be* no doubt, and we sihi cerely trust that the sanguine expectations will be realized. The expansion and development-of .North Lethbridge ..is as. much to the advantage" of the whole -city as to the vicinity (itself. When the industrial1' %rea is utilized it will 'be another spoke in.the wheel of advancement. The people of. the north- section h^ye-iBhO/^wn^^-jinterest- in -munK deal to centralize effort in the formation of a" live 'ratepayers' association. As-fa ..complem ent'to this is the newly organized Business Men's Association." This is a good move, and will .serve to keep up the essential interest in all local' matters, i By "working in h-armony-with the association on the south side', much can he done which will be a benefit to the city as a whole, Distance Annihilator (Toronto Globe) Athabasca Landing is putting in gasworks and waterworks and is already talking to Edmonton over the long-distance telephone. No more can we speak of the Great Lone Land. Reviving the Old Argument (Moose Jaw Times) ^The idea that the Canadian farmer is going to benefit by borrowing money on his crop instead of selling it is novel, but purely illusory. The argument is-the old argument of the railway companies. eral other ; varieties. The latest to make its appeaTanre is "boiling eggs" which may fit in somewhere between just eggs and fresh eggs. COMPANY eal Estate and Investments OWNERS OF GSIDE Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 Phone 1291 The Question of Butter HEN A'MARKET is limited ,�enae limited gives occasion for the there is always an appreheh-v sion on the part of producers that, with a glut, prices would be re-�Kduced to such!, a point as to make the �particular industry an unprofitable one. This applies to butter which^ . in the gradual' diminishing of the quantity exported, has called for -a gooddeal of attention. t In the3ritish market the Canadian produce has, to meet with'a good deal of . competition - with the produfet' which is largely f imported -.there from, other countries, and; when' the .die-, tance of the market is considered, to' gether with this handicap, one cannot wonder that- the exports of butter has ^�fallen almost to a vanishing point. , The market at home being in -a apprehension we have alluded to, and Sonsequeiitly, there is �l lack of encouragement for the introduction ;of means' to. increase the supply. The difficulty of, dealing .with a surplus naturally. Tetards production. When -allusion1b..made, to what is really a serious state of things let It not be forgotten that if facilities for export-ing butter into the "United States were extended, as they would have .been if the reciprocity measure had been accepted, the necessary stimulus to, the industry would have been given. There would be no longer any fears of any.glut on the market ow-ing.cnot enly to its extent, but to its easy access, Restrict a, market, and you restrict an industry, and make room for those manipulations which are beneficial neither to .ihe producer nor to, the consumer. A Red Herring Trail EVADING THE MAIN ISSUE in our ' editorial remarks regarding the incident at the Band . concert, our local contemporary " adroitly draws a red herring trail by ;' rlacing its own construction on, and' 1- reading into part of them a meaning ' allots, own. From-.the trend of the editorial in-  that 'journal's columns, one 'would imagine that we were i^'strongly advocating the use of Ameri. cahffilms to the elimination of every-f ";:'th!ing British. An intelligent reading *: 'oi "our comments -will be sufficient to. dispel;;any such intention. |^\>Speaklng of American films we stiil * 1 \ hold vto; our expressed - views, that,- so- ^^,|ffi|png:;as they do not entirely take the-':^^,n?uolunai!}ii|/'c1one'' in their'exhibition ..place,- of-'British ones, 'there is. not K ..... of anything cook-�3f i" ' international-';, senBP. sees in, Lethbridge 9-f||f#raitfer.�^;'.ir.Vwte^ap There is nothing in the way of particular exaltation of Qid Glory above the flags of all other nations in them, unless the thin-sTrinned loyalist Icfcooses so to interpret it And here it is where .the mistake is made, and where .senseless efforts are made to create racial, prejudice. � With our contemporary we should certainly like^tp see more British pictures exhibited for reasons we have given, but cannot see why American films, should be tabooed  more than those.of any other nation. The whole protest, is. picayune. Like some other Conservative journals the local morning paper has not yet got rid of that bee in its bonnet of the willingness of certain Canadians to make this country an adjunct of the UnRed States. This was used for all-It was worth in effecting a �temporary political victory. But after the excitement of the event, ana the emptiness of the cry discovered in-moments of calmness, that .idea has by now been relegated to the dust heap,, of. recollections by those outside a.rabid party press. As it has:| been remarked the public can be fook edonce or twice, but not all the time.-So.'.why endeavor to keep up the fiction? It is'an aspersion on Canadians; who are loyal no matter to what particular political party they belong. � � \ Conservative Policy (Man'jtpba Free Press) The principle upon which they desire to weld.the empire closer is that the more Great Britain buys from us the.less we should buy from Great. Britain,., and,Jhat while anytning4-Great jjBrtta^i^'jjraiits .vchich. w^e. .catt 'supplyshouth ' b*e botignt" from us, nothing that Great Britain has to sell which we need should be bought by us from Gre^at Britain, if under the stimulus of'~a high tariff it can be manufactured in* Canada. The-Cackleberry Puzzle (Mail and Empire) The old saying that "Eggs is eggs" sbas lost its meaning. We ;have- had fresh eggs, strictly fresh eggs, new laid eggs, cold storage eggs and sev- The Fun They Had (Vancouver Province) It took a jury of Oregon women ten hours to arrive at a verdict in a case where the defendant refused to pay, for a tailored suit, alleging' that It was a misfit. Each member of the jury tried the disputed garment, on in turn and brought in a verdict for the defendant. Maternal Pride '; (Life) (. Jim Lafferty had brought his mpthr er to that haven of many of the city's unfortunates, i Molly Lafferty Was still an active woman,' but she bore no grudg6.ttp speiid her last years in a .city institution. After a time.'tbe matron, a kindly woman, suggested she.' help with' the mending. But Molly scornfully threw up her head and said: "Indeed, and it's not my. son that would be letting his old mother work?* '�' y-t-z-rW " *rtr 'Just pora_ Joke Strenuous Football "That man'never lost his head yet in a football match, did he?" "No, I think not. He lost a finger, an ear, part of his nose, and eight teeth, but I don't remember hearing of him losing his head." GOOD BUYS IN PARKDALE We Have Several Choice Locations At From $ 190 to $250 per lot-easy terms Choice Building, Sites In All Parts Of The City Secure your building site now C#>. R. 11 AGENTS OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL' WILSON & SKEITH Reliable Fire Offices Represented by us. PHONE 1343 For;Services Rendered * Proud and. pompous, the doctor was strolling down the street, when he was ^accosted by. a.poor woman. "Good morning, sir," remarked the latter. � "Good morning, madam," replied the medico. "I expect you're making a good| thing out of attending to that rich Smith boy?" suggested the lady. ^ "Oh, yes, a fairly good fee," replied the doctor, somewhat angrily. "Well," 'whispered the lady, "I hope you won't forget that: it was my Willie that threw the brick that hit him." Dollars Are Now Doing Almost Double Duty in Letfcbridge By J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia THESE are the days when every merchant is -*v "taking his losses/' That is why they also should be the days when you are making your gains Baron Rothschild said that he founded his fortunes by buying cheap and  selling:deafr. This is just as much the road to wealth for every home as it was for that great financier.  - We don't seem to realize that'things must be sold cheap at times and will be'sold dear at Other times, . , You can't look at the advertising In this paper today without finding . double money's worth In many things you are accustomed to buy. Much of this merchandise you do not need right now. But you are going to need-It later; so why not buy it now. When every store is unloading, it is time for you to load up. A dollar In a savings bank will only earn three cents if it works a year. But a dollar pirt into the right kind of merchandise In July and August can ..easily earn fifty cents in a single month. , - � �- ��� � � ',�'.'Small I Girl-"Please, ma'am, his mputh's watering so he .can't talk." His Weak Spot Photographer-"So poor Bill's goue, has he? How did he die?" Pat--"Three tons of cement fell on his chest." "Photographer-"Poor feller! He always was weak there." \'' " Of Course Not � ' Quest-T^'Look here! How long am T to wait for that half portion of duck I ordered?" .Waiter-"Till somebody or.ders the other halt We can't -go out and kill half a duck:" � Coming and Going "Oh,, dear," sighed hewr husband's .wife,/'I, can'i'find a pin anywhere. I wonder where all. the pins go to, anyway?" .- - �;. ''That's a- difficult" question to answer," replied his wife's husband, "because they are always pointed in,J one direction and headed anothef." The "Scoop" Newsbqy (to chauffeur who is being extricated from the remains of a motor car): ."Uxtry! Uxtry! Uxtry Herald. Read all about yer injuries." 5 How They Differed Two broth&rs named Chalmers, one a minister and the other a physician, llved^ogether in a western.town, One day a man cail.ed at the house and asked for Mr. Chalmers. . The physician, who .answered the door, replied. . "X am he."- "You've changed considerably since I last heard you preach,'" said the man, who appeared greatly astonished. -  "Oh, it's my brother you want to see; he preaches and I practice."- Omaha Bee,: �  Working Late A: farmer hired a man to help him with the haying. They worked until pretty late in the night when, coming into the woodshed, the hired man said "See the axe around" here?". "Wh^at do _ you want the axe for?" the. farmer asked in astonishment. '"Well, I might just as well split Wood until breakfast Is ready," the hired man replied. True ; "Here!" shouted the railway official. "What do you mean by throwing those trunks. abbu^ like that?" The porter gasped In astonishment; and several travellers pinched themselves to make sure that it was real. Then the official spoke again: "Don't you sne that you're making big dents in this concrete platform?" Unconscious Humor The. audience which heard the Ret. W. W., Bustard, John D. Rockefeller's Cleveland pastor, address the Christ-Ian Endeavor Convention wss amused by a story oh the richest man. "While rifling in an auto with Mr. Rockefeller recently, someitniles from Cleveland," said the Rev. Dr. Bustard "we were about to pass a Jittle barefoot girl, plodding along through the dust, when Mr. Rockefeller ordered the chauffeur to halt the car. Then he invited her to step on the running board, and asked her where she would like to have the car stopped. /. The little girl said she. wanted to get off at the second crossroads, and asked: "How far are you .going'?" "Oh, we're going to heaven," Mr. Rockefeller answered. . The little girl was surprised, as many people are when he says that. Then he asked: � i "Don't you think, we'll get there?" "No," said the little girl. "And why not?" persisted Mr. Rockefeller, "I don't think you've got enough gasollnei" alio said.-Cleveland Press. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED V . SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR i*- WUls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes �": � 6.9 f. v , ... POR FimTtTBR INFOBMATION AP|�iy TO Lethbrldge'Branch - i C. G; t Noarse. Mgr ;