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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 28, ISM THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Publlihtd by the Ltthbi-ldti Henid Printing Co., Ltd.. evtry lawful at ill Sixth SI.. Altartj. Cinadi. T. W. QUAVLE-Man.jIng Editor W. A. Director JOHN Manager PHONE: Advertising. Circulation 1 2 5 PHONE: Editorial, Reporter-Ill a Department 1221 '1 ilaliterod months, delivered months, delivered 1 month, DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 54.W 1 year, by Kill months. Uy null 51.00 3 rconths. by msll ........35 1 niontb. by mali 5J.CO .75 Add.v.-F.-s ct-'-JScJ as oiwn as dfsi.-ed. hut liuth ir.J cM addresses be giver.. HERALD FOR Cross Uruf Book Store: J. 0. i Mur-piy Co.: Cranbrcofc Grtfiy !-ake ilotel. ertson fc Co.; Jackson Kerjp t Cohea Co.; Aleiendm Hotel; People's Drug Storo: Kenny Provlnelsl Agency. Cafcary Leading Book nr.d Allin; Letibrldge Dr. Store. 109A Ave. Cicar Drig News Co. Vi'esLlake SUticn Tdward Dlsmond Dr. Tte Wide Medicine Hat Co.; News Shop, GranweH World J.'eui Co. Knpl- Jamleeon N'e'vs D I World Nevz Co. A. U. THE WEEKLY HERALD every in eijht or n-.ore and s funnary cf ol lie tear In sdvscce weeiii local and dtitric; 51.00 C cioathe IE 8 mm me U. F. A, Convention Adopted Report Outlining Amend- ments Required to Act .Us room for public cIVorl in the way of nlforiliny TWO QUESTIONS FOR THE MILLERS. for gamcs sllcll ami foolball. TJic lulter game IKIS si large following in the i OW is it that Canadian Hour caU puichas- cheaotr in Ihe Liverpool market Uinn ill. ed cneaptr in nu l _ ]ab, n ;arRe of pco H bin Le where il is produced? This is by no means new question; bul we cannot say lhal il has been nl any rate satisfactorily an- pworcil, Ihr milling interests. The answer thai readily come to any one outside the milling industry is that on the free Knglish market the Canadian miller has to meet liis competitors, and consequently lias lo cut his prices. After all the extra cost of transportation liy rail and sea he cnn still afford to do this. He certainly would not be losing money by so doing, for common sense ami business instinct must A Item has a Jitect Icjisbiion taw- but it is saiil to bs defective in oce or two clausrs and an f Sort is lo maie at tlic next session of the legislature to secure .iraecil- Btfl'.s. With this tnil in uew fol- lowios Kjwrt was adopted at tte II. F. A. convention hue bst wed: on direct lesMa- tiou- beg leAve to thy follow- ing report: Yoflr committee has teeu com- lfd to remodel and revise the rc- ccn'.racndallons flrit prorared for :hls convection. The reason is that le have received Information Irom creditable sources that we Jiavo bet- ter of securing within a Eton period a ruore work' able legislation art thui Is now found" In the statutes. A study of the present law EUOBS that It con- tains provteious whicSi were not re- ins; or iu other words, tbe act dees not give to the teop'.e tie pow- wished lo exerclsa in lha matter of direct leglaiaUoo. among these we might mention" that It IB op- tional under the present law whether or not the government postpone Uio operations of a till to psnnlt the people to, submit the ntcwiary pe- tition tor a referendum role. Fur- ther. the percentage of signatures necessary to rift -Inltla tlve la verr high and a obstacle lo'tna use of the. la illative features: that a great deal or power had been retained br tho EOT whw' cf tain officials into .whose hands the GOELET DIVORCE LONG EXPECTED Wealthy Couple Has Estranged, But Lived IP the Same Houte A pro- perly arranged meeting place in Henderson Park, held in common for the playing of rival matches, would help lo keep Hie vrowd in one direction, namely ihul traversed by the street cars. It is not too early lo speak of this so tliul ways i "i 't i .1 "IKIU. UUlCldld IUIW HOUUD iii-. and means may be devised for bringing the sainei OEOd woita MIM ,or certln into timely operation. There are other lions, such as the carting of sand for. making n playing beach for children lo which lhe Herald has already referred. These, with ninny other tilings which may appear feasible to tho Com- missioners, might well engage their attention Caiion to defeat the ostensible pur- pose and wish ot tho patlttcners.' Pur tber, that the provisions for the pub- lication o! a bill to be referred to th r.eoyle were insufficient for the lulles pubilclljr. It appears from informa tion creditaolj- given that there wo'jl tinder present conditions help hut accept this amounts lo a holding-up.of lhe consumer. If Ihis view is wrong, then il is up to crs lo dissipate what may be an erroneous idea.. Ami we confess a satisfactory solution will be a source of gratification lo many. The removal of the duly on flour, il is suid, will mean the. influx of the article from Minne- apolis with disastrous mulls to the Canadian in- dustry. Production in the Stales, it is slaitoi, is' cheaper owing to tlie cheaper cost of milling ma- chinery. We "have seen il advised by a journal, hy no means friendly lo free trade, that any hard- ship which may be caused to the Canadian miller by the doing away of the duly on flour, might be counterbalanced by ihe abolition of duty on the Importation of milling machinery-. Will the inill- prs he agreeable lo the compromise? otherwise. What then is the inference, but lint a protective tariff enables the miller to make with the ultimate view of making the car system i.kllls (.bange5 in lhe provi3lons fo hi; oW price which the local consumers cannot Dative one. to And 1 ----------------------------------------I ferendum vote than there would b [to changing tbe provisions for refe of legi- governnien therefore POINT OF VIEW Duncan Marshall; nolwithsinntlmg what crit- ics may ssy; is the most industrious and success- ful Minister of Agriculture in Canada. He is on the job all lhe lime. less difficulty' in, or objection t up aifpearauces of har- mony. Httil there was no lioiio ot rcton- clll.itlou. Mrs. Uceitl lefi on Tuesday for Tla. Mrs. Goelel. who Is of marked beau- ty of face and person, U the daufihlcr of the late Hoory ilio I'hlla- deliilitn bauher. Her mother Is now the wlfo of C. llartinau Kuhu of Phil- adelphia. Miss married Itob crt Goclct, then two years cut of Har- vard, on Juuo 1904. hi tlie Church ot St. Mary, at n rashlonnblo suburb of Philadelphia. Mr. fioelet Is the son or the Sale Ogxlen Goelet and is tlie owner ol ai estate, principally in Neiv York- real ty, of more tlian J35.0JP.OOO. He has espectatlonB ot coming Inio 000 more, which ia held in Ilia family He is a member of many clubs, am OUJEHQLD DUTIES FAMILY CARE5 ititrcij toi a woman's itrfojli e Is So years of age, and Is among ose ojentioiieJ as successor to Lord SB High Cora mlssl oner (or suiada. and when wife or mother com- w'ainy of fatigue, nervousness, of appetite or energy, she needs out-of-door else and building up. The firot tSouRht should be Scott's EmuUlon, 7-hirh medicinal foud free from nlcubol or narcotics. Us nourishing force quickly Ulla hollow clicks builds healthy (issue, enrlrhcj the blood, rcstorra lhe healthy plo1 overcomes languor and ji, dakw tranquil nerves. NolhiHjequatiorcoojpjres V witt Emulsion for just O nch conditions, but faiUt on :OTT'S. his vrEfo a balf-DilHIuti-iiulla iu Franco, :it Uiinrluourl, i Prince Murut for it. This was cd at the liiuo (lie Hi'.i-sl estate in Wauce, birring tiial vf tbu RoUis-chiWs, NORTH BRANT LIBERALS Paris. Out., ,'an. At an iaslk- curntntUm of Xuvt'.i l.ib- eralf. Mr. Scott DaviuVou HCkft- e.l parly etaJiO.ird bi-.irer Leader his steam yacht .N'ahma is one of t-he liowcll delivered a rousin most luxurious craft nlloal. and Ills ".ibolleb-llie-bjr" i.Dlicy In 19aS lie boujht snd presorted lo' eulhuBiaslically cudorfced. President Trcgillus al the recent F. A. coii- vmiion fully (Jcnionslraled tliitl lie is a capable diairman, absolutely fair ardhoncsl. If sonic of i ment during the session at which it his critic, could only say the same of themselves j wtiat a liappy world this would be. urnlibn of a policy Initial expense will lie more thnn coiinlertmlanced bj- the receipts, in farcsJond Whereby a utility owned by lhe rctreivcs 'a benefit which will be shared by the laiejiaycrs at large. There is much lhal can be done in Henderson 1'arlc, particularly ilnriug lhe summer months, cannot bul help in making'it a valuable hssel in increasing the proceeds of the street car Eastern. Privale enteqmse, in lhe shape of a free agricultural implement. Arthur house and boats inslitutcd by Mr. GPlcspic, j got over tltat notion when ci 95000, job dangled ]ias done a good deal in this direction. Hut there j his eyes. together. The second proviso Section lo be struck out. and lhe substituted, viz.: "Provided, however, that only such proposed acts shall be considered by the legislature as are certified lo by a "justice or justices of lhe Supreme Court us be- ing tie legislative jurisdiction of the legislature of Albbrta." That Section 7 be amended as follows: "Every proposed _act scaled to the legislative assembly tin- i der the provision of gecllon 5 hereof. has Inadvertently omitted to In- Hal the be omitted. 0. That Seclion 2) bo amended by trlking out the words "Save such mcndments as may be certified to by Jo speaker as not constituting a eub- lantlal 'alteration therein or has not hanged tbo meaning, efiect or intent and that in tha last clausa said section the words 'Ihree years' ia changed so as to read "tiro years." 7. That Section 25 be amended by tiding the words "Copies of tlie pro- losed act and o! such reguWior.E, hall be. supplied, free tif charge, to igents ot the ncgallve acl afflrrua- Ive electors oil application.'1 We further recommend lhal a Section bp added lo the Direct Legis- s.tton Act providing as follows: Tbe, electors of any constituency reprcsente4-ln the legislature of the province of Alberld by a member of said legislature may submit to Ueutenant-Governor in Council a pe- Ution signed by electors in number equal to at.leaat ten per centum of the number of electors who voted at the' nest preceding provincial or bye- electlou in said conslllucncr. praying that a vole be laken in accordance with lha principles of this Act by the electors 'cf ffaid constituency to de- cide as lo whether or not tho Lieu- tenant-Governor in Council shall re- quest paid to resign his teat In said legislature. It a majority of the electors vote in favor of recalling said representative in Ihis manner, such vole shall be con- strued ss sufficient Justification for the Lieutenant-Governor ia Council Orthwllti requesting said member to resign his seat In tha legislature of the province of Alberta. Tho only alty Imposed on a member who falla to resign alter such a recall shall be the persistent pressure of ad- verse publlo opinion. Such member shall .be. regarded as assuming the eame attitude as a government which Rich Men Insure ar.d which corapllci, with ill tba re- nulrements of tbe section shall, uale23 It be enacted "without atr.c-nd- L'p to tlie hour of going to press tbe Hon. Ar-1 tbur Mcighen had not introduced a resolution j I'liat in Section ,30, Bub section "A" Lhe words "Unless the said tle- t refuse to rtslgn after the pa33- ing of a vote oT want of confidence. "K shall be lawful for any orgau Izerl body of citizens TesitllnK In any legislative district to present lo any candidate thereof seeding election to provincial legislature the follow- ing forma for lits acceptance or re- jection as he may Oeaire, vti.: INSURED FOR The lirgcst life Ineurance claim paid in 1912 on ccnllticnfc was on lhe life of Cbar'tsSEiverson oi NCTT Uka, ai-d tht Kcond w-i3 on the T. T. oi Montclair, N. J. largest ia Canada TVSS to the cf Benjamin F. I'careon of Halifax, acd Uie Eeoond on the life of Frederick Thompeoo of Moat- real. The payment of U on Charles M. Hays was third. The above txEraclis from a recect issutcE a. Toronto paper. All those knew tbe value of life iniur- ance, aad availed th-raselves of iia what is true of tbem is true of almost every success- ful tdslucii min. Sicte must icalili itc r.tftuuj c( icr ycur old aje, if yo-J live, cr far ysu; _ even: of your (iily itatb. ycu do bt'.ter follow ol i-jch ihrcud, proitereuj neni 0-jr bsoVlet "A Pew exp'itns why jo-j iSculd ye-it with Itnpcnil tile. "Wiilt for t-cpy ii itrj IcutiuJni ar.d THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance'Company of Canada HEAD TORONTO J. B. Wilki'e, Dlslricf Manager, OF CANADA Secure Prompt Relarns through Union Bank ef Canada .Drafts Form I. This pure light oil flows freely into every bearing and friciion point of every rr.dke of machine. Il woilci oul all diit, rejects friciion lo a minim' trA PLEASANT CEMSTE RY. TORONTO of being a car.- fcjtdate for election to tho legtelatlve assembly of tlio province of Alberta I do hereby declare that if elected, after a period of six months frcm the date of ray election should a petition signed by 25% of the number of the electors of the district voting at the next preceding election, file a peti- tion with the Lleiitcnant-Clm-ernor nf the province selling forth the reasons why 1 should no longer hold my po- slllon, thnt I shall reslcn therefrom Immediately. Signed this day ol 191. Form II. oi being B ;IiOate for election lo the legislative assembly of tlio of Alberta, do hereby declare thai If after a period of six monthfi from tho dale of my- elwllon aho'Jld a pslittcn signed by 25% o' U'-o number ot the cleJlors of Iho district vcntlug at election fllo a petition ivlth the tenaot-Govfirnor ot tlio titOTlncc set- ting forth tho reasons wliy i nfioiiW no longer my poslUoa that I shall not resign therefrom. further tl.M ihla authorteo eiecutive of !ia U. P. A. to complete the draft of thin propoaoi amended till find sub lhe same lo other Tor cndorHRtlon, the final irafl to be U. F. A. ru." you ship Irults, grain, livestock or any other produce, ensure prompt payment by p-jtling Ihrougha Union of Canada Draft the Conslgnse. This b lhe buslr.ess-llks way, and save you delayed payments and somoliir.ts cost Is Manager about !L LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ERABSY LAKE BRANCH' O. R. TINNING, A. a. KINO, Ada Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book? FREE! U. F. A. Our No. 5 Catalogue IF of useful facts, falihful illuslratlonKi valuable and rifflil It's thorouE'i'J" rcviend and greater than over. With our yon ran tell what yon OUGHT to, r.ay on atiy gooda you rci'iife. 'I'hlfl is your cliauce lo close toiich with a live, progressive )IOUBO hanUHug the. I-JOEI cnuijituto lino oT PAINTS. VARNISHES and PAINT- ESS1 SUPPLIES in this wrgtcrn IJon'l in ending name and addrcaa for oyr cffalogue to the WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 121 CHARLOTTE STREET MAN.. HANDLE .SVErtYTHING FOfl THE ;