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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIlRRinRE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 21. 191 i THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Ltthbrldn Printing Co., Ltd., every tawful evening at Its offce. Sixth 5t, LttMjrldge, Alterti. Cinadj. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managina Director T. W. QUAYLE_Mjna3ln9 JOHN Manager PHONE: Edjtorial, Reportorlal and Department 1 delivered 6 months, delivered month., delivered 1 month, delivered Addresses ctscsed PHONE: Advertising. Circulation and Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 yesr. mall 00 6 months, by mail S'-W 3 by .'.............35 1 montb. by s often as desired, but toth jr.J oM Eddresfes masl tie given. HERALD FOR Red Cross Bestlle i Like rirassy 4 Book Store: J. G. Co.; CrunbrooU ertson it Co.: JackFou fc Cohea Co.; Alexandra- Hotel: Provincial Agency. ple's Drue Store: Kenny Lcadlcg and Allln; i-fthbrldse Dr. Slore, 109A Sib, Ave. Drug World .Sews Co. Station Edward Diamond Dr. Wde Medicine Hat Co.; Shop, 445 Granwell World News Co. Car.-nanoay Clarence Kucl- Jftmlf-K-i; News A. River News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD pvVlshpd everr Wednesday In eight or more pases, and contains a summary o! the news of Hie week, local and district 1 vear in advance 6 months In advance................... 50c DIRECT LEGISLATION. DIRECT legislation found n slrong advocate at the meeting of the United Farmers of Al- geria in Mr. John Z. While. Coming just shortly j nfter the proposal to institute Ihc same in the; "province of Manitoba had met with defeat in legislature, what the Chicago speaker had Ib say frn the principle makes the subject more interest- 'On broad lines Mr. While, who showed him- to he a sound thinker, staled his case very briefly when he made the remark '.thai though .Ilie whole people maynot be'so honest, so cap- iihle, or as virtuous as the few, yet the whole people would not' co-operate to swindle them- pclves. There was TIO doubt1 in this statement a puspicion of human nature with something of a Diogenes character, yet it cannot but have its bjijical. i Direct legislation has already made its ap- pcarance in municipal government, arid exper- ience; so; far, has shown that its. It is' only a 'matter with the evolution of democracy that it will find its place ill argument; put forward to further the de- aV of tiie' principle in Mahiloba was: that ;il the lime-honored British :coristilu- tion, but in this Premier Roblin was reminded of Ilie opinion of Mr. Balfour. The British ex- Premier can never be suspecled of designs on tlie constitution, but he has expressed his belief direct legislation was the only means de- jvised by the human mind thai would be any im- provement of that system of government. leod's policy has been more conscrvulivc. We have gone about our business and have postponed our boasting until we had Ihe goods. These general asserlions are apro- pos of the statements which have appeared in the Lethbridge press to the effect that Lelhbriilge had been promised an internal storage elevulor. The Spectator is-now in a position to slale that there is no founda- tion for this clnim. The next internal storage elevator which is to-be built-in Alberta will be built in Macleod, where it should be.built. Macleod put it Lelhbrulge in Ihc presentation of to Ihe. Grain Commissioners, because the topographical logic of the situation is fa--' vorable to this'placc. The Spectalor would not advise anyone to buy Lelhbridgc real estate on the strength of the asserlion that that town is to get an internal storage ele- valor." WHEN THE KNIGHT OF LABOR ATTACKED THE KNIGHT OF THE Slmpsoaj formeriy Vicp-.President oMhe Dominion Trades and Labor Congress, and member of the Dominion Technical School Commission, and recently elected Ccntrol3er-ln Toioato. at his first meeUog of the City Council lost no tJme in "jiettln? alter" 'the cpyitaUstlc class. He Is siotrn la the making an at'tacfc on Sir Henry 1'ellatt, wfco la assessed only to tho extent o( J150.0QO on his castle and egtale la Toronto, to be wortfe one million. Sir Henry gets his reduwd assessment by virtue of a "fixed assessment" agreement Both Simpson and Sir Pellatt are well known from coast to coetsU BETWIXT AND- BETWEEN flu Id nichL Hae ye recovered frae" thT tassis ficit yet, WeeJum? o We had some real suffragettes In town during Hie Treek. More like little oil Yolk every day, by heck. _ And none of (be buttonholed the Hoaorable Duncan or any cabinet ministers will be disappointed she hfi Judglog by 'thj way the farmers drdn'.t'use thifrree p.ifscs on; the we nil'e'Coa. -Reid's rnotlon re ntf- granting' such passes inVuturc out ol orderl -'EvldenUr1 the lirmers didn't like the commisEloaer1 favorite mode of locomotion. V Mat-leofl people refuse lo beliere that Leihbrldge has Alberta's second big elevator- Us mitt. -N'at ural, q.uke natural. Macleod never did OUR POINT or ymy feaV Free wheat is an-imperativri-necessiiy-iri Ihe interests of farmers.'. Lethbrldse -people plt even .believe believe anything said anyway. .Ttji liat it does over in tbtir-home hurg. January j in manic Spat fi.Sil a'scrsp Fifty thousand dollars worth of iwlsa cheese destroyed by fire in New Tork. Now we can explain to the curious the reason for the cold snap rhlcll waited this war from Medicine Hat a. few days since. The utmos >neric currents and counter currents Bet up in Gotham by the destnictlon of so many holes and the unloosing of so mucli highly odiferous ozone hai caused a continent change tha dicter Foster didn't get line on aefore be Issued his report for-Jan uaryv f 'All-'that smelly'Swiss cheese g'cing sraolie would remind Gotbam it'es of the days when the Harry.Tiiaw trial was in progress down that way this Isn't year. The city hall employees who are recip- ients of Ihe- blueienvelope would iee Joyful in the thought of an 2 hours of agony. ft Heard aJ'RabbSe ulghl: I. couiilna.. be.. Scotcli, "I'd rather be ha'.Scltch, a the ither ha' soda.'-' If An Car- .neele knew it, hV would think >hat, Givc the Albcrtn farmers co-operalivo daj-'pt was al- tovS a fair show. -v j mast Nextjiiips we know. If jre reniaia most the cbniniission "j gccd behavior their a tew more rnooris, Ondra will be moving the. r.wce i ace from the Dutch capital to the has succeeded in alienating thi! sympathy ol Ihe Surny Eouthcm Alberta, metropolis. farmers of Alberta. What will the boss when he reads the story. The farmers are in favor of womanhood suf- frage, which nugurs well for a speedy realization of this advance, step being taken in Albrrla. There Made in Lethbridge The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Co., Limited Manufacturers of the famous "-Al- berta's Pride." An ideal beverage with refreshing, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you want the best of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 534 We Beg To Announce TftAT WE HAVE ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. OUR PRESENT OFFICE BEING IN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BUILO- ING AND UNDER CONTROL OF J. W. McNICOL LOCAL INSPECTOR The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Adir.lniitrstor and Official Assignee for the'Judiclal Districts of tETHBHIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN .......220 ..Eighth-Avenue Calgary... r _. be no need of smashing windows to accom- THE INTERNAL ELEVATOR. Macleod Spectator doesn't like the idea of Lethbridge being given an iijternal storage p ls iklevator. The Specialor wants the elevator to go i >lp Macleod and quite naturally so. What other '.toosilion the Spectator could take would be difli- jtult to imagine. Lethbridge and Macleod are ibolh after an elevator, and il is extremely doubt- SJTul if Ihe government will build (wo so close to- gether. It may be that the town with the biggest ''pull" will get the elevator. If Macleod wins.out, Macleod, but the good people ;bf that town may rest assured that Lethbridge .Is going to put up its very best bid for the plum. :Dr. Stewarl, M.P.P., is credilefl with, laying that is to get the elevator. The Doctor has .Jiot repudiated the statement, so it may be taken iftjr granted that he was given an assurance to 'that effect. U would be poor politics to'make a r And vet the News Tclcuram persists Statement of the kind without liavinf! some in maintaining hat it is Irving to show the farm ground for doing so, and the Herald is-willing lo tt i ,1 cr how he is joint; t'u cd by he co-opera we lake chances on the provincial member having! _. 2, tin- i -i ii .i n elevator. The News Telegram is vcrv liberal, an< knrrtf1. nilll. in fno.l ron.s dcranlv rnnrp llinn llif _ _ Because the Herald gently chided the Calgary News Telegram for advising the unemployed of that city to slampedc to Lclhbridge, Bub Rogers' deck hand comes back with a fusilade of persi- flage which much resembles the exudations of a bar-room. The Calgary editor is afraid of the brain disaster which might follow our swallow- ing of a pea. It would he too bad but we Ihink there would be no such danger in the News Tele- gram sanctum. Water is Ihe only thing likely lo make wood swell, and from all accounts waler is used there on Ihe scale of Ihe irreducible min- imum. in fact considerably more than the Macleod Spectator, n government paper, credits liim with. The Spectator says: Ur. Stewart may be a good dentist, but he probably exaggerates his "pull" at Ot- fa'wa. The Spectator had Ihe following which should be of interest to the people of Lethbridce: "Lclhhridge makes a practice of elaim- ing cverythinjj in sight, which is perhaps a policy, although opinions differ on "that point. The collapse of 'air 'castles' 1 .leave the people rnlher discouraged. -Mac- hundred farmers. Tlie liferarj' effort of the oh stmctionisis was shown by the farmers Mint i knew less about elevators than it had the gulli' hilily to believe. The farmers gave that paper a gentle hint to crawl back into ifs hole and allow them lo manage their own their vote the elevator question proved that the News; "Telegram used a "wild, weird, shrieking argument in K last attempt lo delude them into! casting their ballots in favor of the elevator com- j bine. The NEWS Telegram .should consider it aclf properly Xev orders in council have The Standard. I'niirrgrovind Cnhie Hon. Dr. Ucclic and (Ion. Mr. Pel-i pas'scd suptrsciling the oriitts passed.of Canada, Limlltii, hw incicaicrt its Idler air reported lo fallen out 1910, in regard to the re-'capital'from to t.ccausc the lorrr.cr wants to'overhaul j str'lcllon ol Inmilgration. The and the" Kaministliiuia 'coin- iinrnlpration stali at of the nen- lEgulallons will, pany, I.lrnitsil, Irom JS.SOO.OOO. the Montre.il l-'irar.cla] .Times, pub- i it'is hopcii, overcome the technical.: The C'iinarljan 1'aclfc HaiUvay's ai- lished in the llriald huilding, ir.vallditr louni) by Justice Hunter, ssls, to a. valuation by l.wne Mcdihh.Mi and edited by last autumn. A contin-. cnmpleled, are worth about (he former vlce-prcsitlfnl of (hellcr- BO'js'joar'ncy.lc Canada and posses-.000, and.ifs total Income fur the aM, sajs Kir llnsh is ttie cash arc required, 'year ending. June last, .purchaser ol tfce lleialit. (Speshul to the Col.) Is Tumored In close to R. B.'s undeishlrt that Cal to have the biggest telescope Confirrnatton of tho ru- mor Is hourly expected from Farlla ment Hill and the populus is in an up- Sure To Please You, is this mild and excellent Scotch. The famous Buchanan distilleries have always produced Red Seal at the same high "Government Standard." Matured for 10 years in sherry casks and bottled at the distillery. D. 0. ROBLIN Generil Agent for -.-_ .things Scotcn, wou someone kindly inform an Irishman James was a I He's the maker of. "Johnson 'anil Jef-1 je ken. They got Kraf. at last And the wij- to spell hla name Is Krafchenko. What a relief to the editors who thought'the Winnipeg Telegram had slipped over a scoop and knew where Johnny was all the time because that great dally persisted In spelling his nairie Kerfenko." John, however, states, among other things, thst it was only another of Maud's pipe dreams. Meanwhile ffo'll quit-blowing abo'jt our; weather. The blue laws are on for hot air for'a cession. "TAKE HIM OUTI I I" The Teg chief of police looliing for the man who, a week ago last nighL called him up over the phone to hold conversation about Kraf. he said, "do you -want to Krafchenko isT" Wherel" shrieked the chief, nearly destroying transmitter. Down in tho Union stockyards.' camo the reply. 'Are y' frure? Vt'here did you gel tho 'A pig squealed on Not from Tribune Trumps. For Sale-LANDS acres of British Columljia lands in tlie beautiful Kootenay Valley. Especially collected for fruit growing, miied farrainp. stock ranching, summer homes, Etcnlc- resorts, hunting anJ fishing lodges. In tracts ranging from 100 to 2050 acres at rr'ces from J10.00 lo Terms ar.'d particulars on application. per aero. The Lund Land Development Co., Ltd. WAHDNER, B. C. OF CANADA WINTER GOLFERS HEAT BALLS Applcton, VMs., Jan. ball; wanned to summer temperature ver used on the Blvervlcw course yester day. The halls wero kept worm thermos bottle carried by an oitr csddy. This done to give Uicm resllency, so that the'flight of the drive would as long as in mid- summer. The greea were frozen, so tho roll of the- ball 'was about twice as to.ig as during tha season, when the ground is soft and the grass wiry. As a result oC tho Ingenious binatlon of midsummer temperature golf balls and frozen greenj the play- ers wero able to gain from 100 to 300 feet on every drive. The comhina lion in one resulted In a drlvo by 0. n. Smith nearly equaling the world's longest. With Cash la Ihe Bank You Can Bay to Advanfage You know hoi' everything costs more vhen you have to buy on credit not pracllce self-denial a i( necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and, with the money In hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts vlll help fo swell your bank balance, and you ylll have made a good start towards financial LETHBRIDGE BRANCH BRASSY LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TINNING. M.magt' A. 8. KINO, Actg Mr.narjer i citizens walled upon :C. A...-Macdonald, controller and trca- anier ol the Xorlhcrn Navigation who, after 40 yrars la i about to leave to join the slafl i the. company at Sarnia, .and present and'his'wife R'ilh'a cabinet THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wflls, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies ar other valuables in one of these boxes IOTOHMATIOM TO. Lethbridge Branch R. T, Brymner, fflgr ;