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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ?a^fl�>*..... Wednesday, January 22, lethbridge daily herald ESTABLISHED DECEKlBER^IJW^ Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberts, Canada.  PHONE: -Editorial, Reportqrlal And.., News Department' 12 24' W. A. BUCHANAN . Managing .Dli*�c*�i* T.'W. QUAV'lE ' Majoaging Editor J0HN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONE: .i- Advertising Circulation �j j And Job ..... �DepartmiKtts DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J year, delivered........ $4.00 1 yeajy'by mall1....'..... $3.00 6 months, delivered ..... -$8.00 . S months, delivered,-.....WJ0-. 8 m2I>.tl*B> b.r njall �-..-... $1.50 1 month, delivered ...... 3�c, 1 month, by mall ...... 26c ". Addresses changed as ,otten-as dislred^ut both new and old ; ' ' v" /'addresses  must ..oie-'iftven.;- J  - .' ^ ^^*^\^ l'^^*^**"A'**.^' yERALP.FOR BALE^AT f LefthbV'idfte-^'Rea  Cross- Drug' *) Medicine H*t--�.. it. Nertham. { f�l?.r^;n� A ^jSS? ClranbVoqk, B. S.-Beattie aid �-, St.Co.; Jackson * Co., Alex- Atehlnsoa. | iqidra Jidte r People's, Di-u* ViCISau!, , CTty-r�Plathona "City- ^^%|te^B^�..>..: v ^\-^Ji#?8^^';*.'Br01T^  Cardaton^AIbexta Tftltr.* -Boo* ^>&ahe-^e� .'ffi^esou '**' Cdmcauy-*.��'-'�;� .'^-Co".? 705'RlVwSWeJ'Avenue. Fernle,iB.iC.-I?e'rcy''Beal.i: y .'-. >>.f:*tso'on *II;35;P.R; ,tr�ln� iPtiblished every. Wednesday lneblht "�r' jhtire Jasefl^nd contiU .:" - sitmrriary pi the" newsT'crt the w�eTKHo\&I^aTitstrn:t ~ ~" 1 year in advance ......J1.5Q "~ ^-months Tta advance He � montha in advance. 75c Knocking the-Railway SOME PEOPLE in this city are>-so anxious to knock every-thing in Lethbrldge, that the a-ecent tie-up of the street cars is a sweet morsel, and misrepresentation' of the facta is resorted to in order to give the outsiders the impression that, the officials are lacking in even, the .. elementary duties of their offices. The buncombe which appeared in this morning's paper about the street car tie-up, particularly in North Lethbridge, revealed such an Absolute ignorance of the agtual conditions as to cause intense"" amusement, if it. were not that the tendency of-the article yas such as to seriously reflect on tfie city. . The talk about an "inch of snow" i -blocking the '.cars is absurd. � The -saw- was over a foot deep in places and Bjacked Jiard with the wind. All that was necessary was for the arm chair" critics* of the street railway ;ftTa-aagejnent to take a walk over and , see: for themselves. - ( There.\iB nb-doflbt that the city will tiavq to invest In a sweeper,- even thoughi there "be winters in which it will, not be"called into service � twice, Enough money has been lost this year through not;- having one; to pay for it. ' lethbrldge street car service 1b not yet six months old, and despite the knocking of� the know-lt-all critics, the Herald has' no, hesitation in saying �that-there-is no system, for its size, on the 'North American continent, that can surpass it. The School of Domestic Science WE HAVE HEARD it stated that the poor housekeeper who struggles all day with her work and. then �fs never -done, or the ono who sits down in the middle of it, top discouraged to go on is not to blame. It is the school system which teaches her how to classify a rose, and solve a, mathematical problem, but does not give.her any training in the work to which,.in the majority of cases in our Western country, she, must devote herself for most of her life. , ' - . . . r . This is certainly a reproof to our modem educational methods, and-at the same time serves as a.commendation-for the inauguration of : the *cn"6ol of -Domestic Science' in Leth-brld^p. Qn.the meciiy of utility the scheme.commends Itself, and even if some of; those who go through the instruction wUl" have no need for .putting'ft into"-practice later on, still the knowledge' gained cannot but be of value, and will come in handy at a pinch when circumstances, render it necessary; ? It does not follow that because do-jme'st'crBciencQ is taught other branches of: "ordinary education will be riegiecteii ^with regard to girls. They also liaVe^thelf uses from an intellectual jpoiht, an.d. in tha. persuance of tiera there is much gain, if we are to;1)eUeve that" the race can never go higner* than "the women. ' Therefore, in combining the practical "With the useful the school authorities' have selected a happy com-imssWOftvootitaining -in it all the ingredients o! ^education on common-sense. HneSi-.; � i � � Giving It a'QiiiejSls f'HE ' ATTEJMPT to tax food in �prekf Britain and ingeniously, to place the onus of the dls-itCBteful proposition on the Dominions, has been ; happily squelched. It is sincerely; to'be trusted that the idea now fpfever thrust into oblivion, and'will never be resurrected as a - scheme of-practical-politics. ' 'If any arguments are needed to has- ten the' happy despatch of a polfcy ^vh'ich only needed its appearance in the-light of'day to compel it to seek foT itself the'fate which awaited it, /these.are afforded by those.of Lord i-AsYeharj"/, better known _as Sir John -.-.^Lubbock. Instead of... being what it was fooliBhly imagined by its authors * 'It would be, a scheme to advance the  "binding together of the Empire, it KSs^onld only .have served the purpose ^Ssoi-rftislng.something in the nature of feg^L'J'rank.-ensteln,- enough to dismay 'its ".>creatqrs should it iiave been possible vfiftd .brjng'it into being,"allowing that itheir intentions were entirely laud-' 'able. Ix>rd Avebury has put the quietus on the principle of the idea in a way �whichj inusf^ ajipaal to all reasonable m^n. *He  -gets .at the crux of' the whole questionjwhen he says: "It "was propdseb*- tb give a preference on wheat Jto. .the.-Canadian, producer, but no . suggestion had been made that timber,', equally produced in Canada, though-'by'i another set of individuals, was-'to be-the-subject of preference, or wool in Australia. Timber and wpol "were raw materials, wheat,was fooaT* did: they' suppose that distlnc-'tion"Woiild: comfort the man who pro-duced timber/in Canada or wool in Australia, and who found his neighbor 'who happened to deal in wheat put'in,a-more favorable position than hlmsell?" I There /is "enough in this to cause discontent, wifhout dwelling on the effect t> ho were .inclined to consider 4bt� Idea ridiculous, r%hen it ilrst be-BD.TX to D� Urged, have now altered their -views,-iand think favorably of it, This ijlVJn.'a'$te�t�' measures due tb tile wavvin^jvbioh'women haveiiuBed JJfelr franci^eW'in-'iiiua'lcipftl matters, �B& in. places l$ti!tn&7 be'lai^'aVjsiwn. that women by rimk 'would hIlYe obtained" a restricted $k0q&er-tybo, -witbou^'reason, ^^^'tw> much/and by-thflir ac-jficn&>b&*e stultified in. a greatmeas-. _ which KftvV Vfecn jbMught f*War^?Jfi''fal,vor �of Its ektenslo'tt. tt,'-^1^ � .Itf'thi? 'cJsbs % MJss-JBai^a, W^lie, Who- ij^'presen't starpEtt|?the Doniin-ipri/eyer placing W tnr.'background c^'V^&ifsiojh |he^threat of direful $o'{njjfc sfhpuW -^^Bcefui' jneiisuVfis" 'fail id^scfjgtdpUfihi'obifect.;'.tile" bia-jv%'oi'':s'^4& naturally prone to '.accedej ;to"dgijapdsaB a, matter of grace and Uot;through>iege ;shar,ed by men.^^.Me' novreoson'w,hy they �shouljl/jjdppti;f.he;.^^#*'4-iff et^fts which have so'much appealed to'SHss Barbara AVylie and nor. coadjutors. If, as th.T lady suggests, the women of Scotland sympathize, more with militancy because the Scotch have always been a militant race,.we can afford to bear with equanimity, any taunts made regarding the Absence of this, martial attribute 'in us, so long as .the evil day of militant tactics, which' Mlas Wylie anticfi>ates, Is never brought into being. OUR POINT OF VIEW There is still a lot of wheat in'the country and at the price paid It does not pay to ship it out, From: a .great mapy standpoints the most important convention ,of the year is in progress in Calgary-the United Farmers of Alberta. What glory is there in being a British cabinet minister when a man has to have a drove of detectives shadowing him constantly to protect his life from viragoes; The following is from the Leth--bridge Morning News:, "Several business men have requested the council to allow the "point" to remain open, as they stated .that their businesses had shown a,- falling off since It was Closed/' : - \ :- Calgary city council will submit the question of single tax to the ratepayers for instructions. That is the principle of the referendum and is sound policy. Calgary meanwhile would.be making no mistake |n adopting single tax.-~.The opposition comes from the big.landed proprietors. , Calgary council was asked by-R"! B*. Bennett to reject single tax neeause It would result in over butldtngc Oh! you building returns. ....... Taber is this week enjoying' the 'benefits' of "the short bourse1 schoof in agriculture. These schools are.giving the intensive farming propaganda a great impetus. The government did a ;.wrel'ct in commuting tfejj.. death .,s^nteni^6^. on Edwln/StSkeWy. ,WTjiie: 4here 'Is not a dcfiibt thVt the/shdt 3^ichXti.llled his brother"*as flr'e'ds'by tffe'�liri4oner there were ewiSlgh indications of self-defence; to war^rr^'. . The city council does well in see-jj ing that every precaution is taken to ensure an adequate:sVV'at�^'serivice,,iu the event of fire. WKat'l's'niystif/ing about the big fires in Calgary and Edmonton recently is that, hundreds of thousands, of- dqllavsj..w�re. "spent 1] by both cities on water/semceg and( the cbnstrnctiofi'- of the systems was! attended by a'_great blare of trumpets as to efficiency in .the., e^en't of. fire. The question naturally juises, were the people buncoed?.. -. , v-r . "... ; A Natural Affinity (Pincher' Creek Echo) There'is- a proposition now on foot to move the town of Bulls. Hea^\up i.carer to Medicine Hat,- Sure!". The "Hoad" and the ''Hat" were just naturally intended to be right close to-gether.  - ' - �i. ," Farm-Raised Meh ' .! ... -. v; (Winnipeg Tr,lbune).L Every  one of -the twelve,^ great preachers., of Chicago- was .'raised on the farm, -according to Dr. Ijjrank W. GunBaulus, of Chicago,-head of Armour., Institute. -All of ,the ^reat-,jouTt nalistsof-that city-were country bred and 86 of the-100-ieading physicians were raised on the farm, he-said. Further, that 81 of the 100-biggest -corporation- lawyers' of Chicagq were raised in the.country and'.pbpulation of our land." ; Dr. Gunsaulus declared that-'tlin-coln's"suprernac3r~OTer-'a-.* cabinet of strong-minded members was due to the training which he received-during his early life on the farmr-">';"�� ~ '� "When a boy has .learned how to break a colt on'VMch 'a.* calfvto'liv6( after the unorthodox fashion of. drinking milk, he has 'learned teasous that will .be of jg^eat help^ in> dealing with 'men in .Jfcjjsr... Iifej5'f said -Dr.': jGtunsault us. "The farmers of this, continent must solve all the ^reM Bj;pblQn^s..i|.ndmore-| particularly the * firobls&s :,�of-."--tho(| church. The physicians, the preachers and practically, all the professions are recruited every year - from the ranks of the plowboys and the. farm today exerts its Influence -in- every walk of life." Real Estate and InvlstnSents waaeifs ...... r on iQb^feet on corner at $2,250. We haye s^veraI^hoiee:....buya,jQn Jth Street North in blocks 162, 163 and 169 C. P. R. .^GENTS, WI OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL  ��Jlabile Fire Officas RepreT stnted 'by us; . PHONE 1343 J Re the Question of bringing � ....... ...... ._ i, .... .... more customers into your store..... , \ (. . -Completely eoveijing a city with one' -' . newspaper is, the problem that confronts'the shrewd business man. This" ' ' ~ has been solved, by "The Herald"* . wHich guarantees a city circulation ,. > _ . '.. exceeding the number of residences in �� the ,city. We don't ask you to take,  ��/ our word for It efther. We can prove / ., to you over the sigriature of the -build*"-.' � Ing Inspector and, the secretary of the business men's association, that our. - ; - 'i-'y .......- buyer of the home, has time, to reads r , ' your store news-the problem of. * where,'to' place' your advertising Is .....  s6lved; One of yojir big questions for 1'913-WUIbe settled.. - -' ^ This certainly GfUght r the customers V..//43 0Vt l-v, .* .?: ^' 6etllBdiethepi Vyio/rk. Tbgethep -;v (Cardston Globe) The people of Cardstoh are to be congratulated on^-thg succfesS of the-JGet Togtethfer".annual board;of trade ^e^Ung^k-S^om'-^bev''8fandp'oint of.attendance, representativeness and enthusiasm it. was all that could be desired. Its; rb^aH/cannqfebut ^bji^bgne-. ffclal to the creation" ahd . develop. i�>|iit/of that- spirit of co-opsratioji anil mutual understanding which .is.so -^sei^l;'.M!ti*eTio.wn's'''W�11'^iqg; >'f But the good 'work begun should "be followed: up� All. sliould.put personal feeling an/dj differences of, all, kinds aside/and Slaci4g- tjei'r .'shpuldexs to the; wheel.vi.do1. all; that-s-lies in,-their power to � assist- the. new officers of the board* of trade iti the work which dejv'olves-:.upon that organization fn the advancement of the town's 'best in-terests. � .  ...... .... The year |ust closed has been one,; of, aboun^iiig prosperityfran^the^ney year-opens' 'bright withMthe'* ifope St still better things. A new era of pro--�gfess ^as>�c(..ot^he. district, aiid what "has !bei3n said* regard-Ting' Cardston: is 'equally-true of; every ittlement in the district. If each IbomiSiunity doeaits '#ity t^ward.'itgelf 'and ill co-operate'ln;the advanebment of'the entire district, all will prosper and benefit as a result.., This is a.time to get together,, to work together -'arid ehjoy together the �beneficial result of such co-operation. j-'arm Lands FARM LOAN8 FOR RENT -96$.acre fa*ui' for rent South of Grassy Lake. Mil of Section �20, and south half of 19, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish seed and take baif of the crop. O. T. LATHROP 'farm Landc- Stafford Block Farms Leana Money to Loan Fire Insurance FIVE ROOMED- FULLY MODERN COTTAGE, ON ONE LOT, HALF BLOCK FROM CAR-LINE, $2300.00-$260 CASH, BALANCE ,,v IN FIVE YEARS. Good office to rent in Acadia Block, ^15.00 fi, month. * , Ti^deB. Bosnian Agency | ' MCAOIA BLOCfCi PHONE 132ft,  The, Only One on. Record "Why"do they call this place a reformatory?" ' ; ! ''"'.. -"Because once upon; a time a.boy was sent here and 'tie reformed/' , On the .Record Knicker-"The price of beef on the hoof has advanced.''-. Bocker-"Well, we'- ought'...to be thankful a cow hasn't got six legs."  Profitable. Reading "My son has just graduatedfrom college.- What ^would you advise him to read?" �'iThe''Help Wanted' column." Unfair imitation ...... Little'Girl (indignantly)-"Mamma, what do you think-Mrs. Jones, has gone, and^ got a Jiew baby Just'the same as puys. If J was .you- I'd give outs tbl the 'cook." Only Reasonable *' i husband-''We.lJ, Jane, J'.rif.:a �J>ank* -rtipt-toSlli' -ruined!".:. Wife-"Oh, dear! Can't y.ou have enough but' of.' the wreck to" pay my divorce! expenses'?" . - Plausible -Repairman-'Is'' this the place where the phone/is out'of order?" . ;Mr. ;, Syko-^'lTes'i wife talked through yltl"s6"tiSuch'-that 'the--.wirbs seeto,tb bet'ej^auifed." -What They Say ' " f iElSbrly Suitor-".But. a man is as ycVijigj as he - feels; 'you know." : "Girl-"Er-yes-after -he jets old!" S'y �� '' 'Locating" It ; ',-';'" ' T'eacjier-"Tell me,'"SuBie^yhat is -theexi'uator,"  - Litile SuBie-"It's the 'waist lliie of the earth." ;"' - > raid-up Capital, timni Fc�d *fj, Q7)? AAA 'ansi UndMiled rrofll. f3�tJl tf�VVW Total Assets (Over) $69,00Q,0Q0 To Travel at Ease With a'tnina' free'from worry about the curren-.cieSiOfr'the different countries you visit,;orrthe,sa(fety. of "yguf'jFunds, carry Letters of Credit and. Travellers' :eheques issued by the Union Bank of Canada.; You can -then secure funds as you need them at any. banking town,'and no one else can realize on your paper.  - -.Ask the.Manager for particulars." *THB>riDGE'BRANCH  * * ** . G. R. TINNING, Manager 5.RAS6X i-AKE . BRANCH '�' ' �' '� "" - ' _\ _ A. B. king, Act'g. Manager | MtiD6iiyEW�:t BRANCH. f"F. W. ASHE, > i^^^r^aaneeMe, SL.E.C. ~\ G� M�HA�X SMITH, *V:'/'-'�'. ; .Uannger. Aaslatant Manager. .VroA.ftec the .Toughening process New Boarder-"The danie at the othet.en.^.pt.'ihe^table,. wlththe steely' glister.,in ier. eye; is the landlady, I suppose."' �*�' -s'. >Mt!.. McGinnis "(star boarder)-"Yes, that's Mrs. irons; 'steely glitter' is rlgtit." Generosity "But, George," protested the lovely! girl, "your salary is only $20 a, webk.J and we can't live, on, that!" ^."Darling," exclaimed .'George, "you don't suppose-I'ty be mean enough toj ask you to throw- up 'your $10 a week jqb, do you?" , MalTclbul?---'.- '�'~ Gladys~''I.;refu8edf'f're.d. two weeks ;agb; and tie has been'drinking heavily mm" ��. ^/^;.i'NW;...;-:-^;:-'. .^thel-"Isn't It about time, he stop-Ved^cblebfating?"   Lethbridge Feed and Sale Stable \ ....... Corner 3rd Street and 4th Avenue South-Phone 1425. Regular Auction Sale Of live stock, wagons, buggies, harness and farm implements evei& Tuesday at 2 o'clock * Will'buy, sell, and exchange live'stock, ? wagons,, etc., every day... ; l; \ itesevy t^aiii/liai'n^SB 'aiicl-large1 drayi -will ex- ; ' di&nge for Ecal Estate,. . v,' - "MatcH^tcam drivers,-yo(t^g sound ancl stylish, I I '5^a^|jiM,ei,^li^^i>i& nrst'class donation \ '* ^ ;ibt ilo^l *EM$%t live stock'.1" " '" ;; r* W-yoirAv-ant-to,huy, soil or .trarde,..call onns1..;! ;