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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "fHfl -IW&TffiB RID GE DAIX Y HERALD Thursday, January 30, 1913 IlfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD It*' - ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published- by the 'Lethbrldfce l-Wald Publishing po^ Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN RHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And (NeWs Department 12 24 Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor OOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONE! -Advertising ^Circulation :* And Job Departments 12 5 2 Daily subscription rates ' 1 year, by mall I year;:. delivered ....... $4.00 |r0^-�rel-::::.1885  -�*� - 1 month, d^vered...... 35c. 1 month, by mall .. $3.00 .$1.50 Addresses changed as often as desired, but both'Hew and old addresses-must bo -given. , THE DAILY ''HERALD FOR SALE AT -^Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drag & -,Book Store: ff. O. Robertson & ,Co,; ffaekson ft Oo.; lA.1e.x-. anara Hotel; Peoples Drug; sstore; Kenny A: Allin. ^(ncher Creek-E. J. Mitchell: *>.!�� McOrea. Timber-Westlake Bros. �Caj-dtlton-Alberta Dnut * Boole  Company. (.  " Ferjili, b. Percy JleaL Medicine "Hat-fc. NT. Norttem. Cranbrdbk, B. Cr-Beattta and Atehtoeaa. -Claresholm-O. L. Keineclce Diamond -City-Diamond City, 'Drat ?to. Vancouver,' B". CL-World "Wide Nkbbl Company,. Minneapolis-Brown ft Brown. 219^0* Street. Spokane-The Jamleaon News Co., '305 KlverslSe Avenue. Also.,.on all C.P.R. train* the weeklv herald. ' Publisned'-every Wednesday in eight or mocajMSes, and contains a summary of the news of-tfce week, local and district y�Sar in advance .----- .. .f l.W ^'ibtrtha la advance ..... Mo; 6 months in advance ....... .7�c J .rpHE. MAGRATH .football shield " X' "Which 'fcae- ipi6t arrived in the !clty is in its �workmanship and design in Keeping-"with tie spirit j which actuated its donation. Men j^like C. A. JMagrath who are in a posi; Atkm to present trophies of this des-icription for the encouragement_ and [furtherance of manly sport-are to he 'complimented on the generosity dis-i played. They render a public service 'in arousing interest in games like .^football, which call lor the exercise �Vof brain as well as brawn. ;For the welfare of the community -in general the cultivation .of the ath-; /letic spirit is much to he desired.. >fThere is, perhaps, no better form oi\ lamateur sport than football for the ^development of the best characteristics in young men and hoys, in that �the energies which are called forth in its exercise are always in-restraint under ,the. existing rules and regulations, and the lesson, of playing fair is taught in the insistence of their rigid observance. Football has become exceedingly popular in Lethbridge, and, * apart from the players themselves, a considerable amount of interest has been generally aroused among the public in the doings of the respective teams. The.-trpphy ,w,Ui do much to give the game, an 'added stimulus, and there will .without doubt, he keen rivalry Cor ifs possession. \ Too ."much cannot be done in the vpay-of encouraging all forms of athletics, and to the credit of lethbridge it may. be said that every, year sees all forms of.outdoor sports taking a firmer hold on its young men and women. Encouragement of tany kind wjll prove a source of gratefulness sjnd. gratification, .� An Oppor|paty^o^|Cpi^r^tuleition # rpHBRE APPEARS TO BE "at pres-S;s X ent a sort of fighting shy of the prospect of standing for alder-manic election. -The -fact that "-che ^demands serious attention;" Iaj working overtime the present members of the ^council,.are only acting;-up to pj^ise|wprtliy dictates, � and it is to be time limit for holding 'U^^ojpce'is clear that much time and energy Kill. tbe^rejinijed by those who serve the pub{ic.xThe problem, therefore, of obtaining,'"the 'material has heen wisely solved, and in this matter there must he a good deal of gratification that the right thing has been done. A Note of Alarm From Great Falls IJthat ,..1.1 'HE recoinmendations made by . j. the Hon. J. R. Boyle, minister of education, for meeting the dearth of teachers in^Alberta by male, 'ing it possible for American teachers !to be qualified to engage in instruc-, iUon here, has caused some little per-i^tubation � in the mind of the .Great flPalls Tribune, It views with no little .alarm the -prospect Qf-Montana being ,denuded of its. teachers, and urges t they should be kept at home. It appears that Montana will soon i % the state agriculturally,through the ^J-neyr railroad building now^soing on - > fand planned for the next few years, ./ ' �t is stated that there 'will be a very W;]^rge:"numher of new school districts *te^nned;-'aiidva'.large number oE teach-/ ^5ers"' will; be consequently needed. 1 hcrefore the Tribune advises that uk .ins ought to be devised for- keep-^-ing tLXd&Tlc&n teachers from crossing ' "toto 'Alberta even if- the present re-;'jBtricfiphs>" of the .Canadian law are modified; to permit them to teach in , '^J&lp ^jjoyince.. This;}? all very (excusable, and goes , -to "how/the^necefesity. of the teaching "�/^rofBSSionKbeing.vmade. more-.-attract-' ^e^nt>Jr.,only. here, hh't vise where," by 'pja�iag^j[{s members generally on^a ^.^etter ijeeuniary^basls.' In an lnsuf-1 51 ^j^^nc^p^Jeacher^/kni the tr^naitory raSf 'infwhich" s'ituatlons'^arerheld p : jus to their being; abandoned by those, -.iwho hold thom for/ipettejr/opportunjf ties; education is hound to- suffer. Considering its importance to the nation this cannot be long allowed to he, afad the matter is one causing for immediate attention. ' Our neighbors across the line have for some -time been accustomed to look witli dismay at the exodus of its agricultural - population to this coiin-fry; now they seem to have, another cause for - disquietness in Mr. Boyle's recommendations. The TTibune, however; seeks to quiet an apprehension which it cannot help showing, hy saying tha't it is hardly likely that any Montana school teachers would go to work in Alberta,-where: they seem to discriminate against American citizens "as we^Bo ����nop- discriminate against Canadians.. But no doubt the Alberta ^people fear competition on the part;! *of American Teachers, and so have placed a prohibition on them for tbetr> which is not needed on-this side." Surely the Tribune Is no^serlous for its two statements do not tally. As to discrimination Jt cannot &nd fault with the provision- . made with regard to passing examinations In Canadian civics and G^n^jf^nvanid British history.; Wpuld aj.'. C^diwiS'teacher be allowedf to t4|icfc^5fJh^States without thespme-, c^gsaryitiguaiinoatioris.? ' We douh't it. T^e ^ibutie's^remarks are somewhat fl'i^palit?fforith'eee restrictions, In-their 4u^w/-!oani{oi|t/h,ut exist in every ^ijiiryj Iwjiere ^teachers are engaged , i^tdijca'fipn qn ^general .lines. IC&ffcV?� OUR.� POINT .OF VIEW - 'thing moW'ideslgned,- to f - If SirRodolphe Forget is so anxious to^test^public opinion in Quebec on his financial undertakings, let him resign ono of the Beats he now holds. Pat Burns blames the farnwrB ifor the high price of meats, and the consumer hlames Pat Bums. There Is no such division in the council as this year's aldennen-�lect against the older men. Let no such vicious idea get abroad. The council is working as one man for the upbuilding of Lethbrldge. No member of the House of Commons understands the needs of \ the western farmer more than Hon; Frank Oliver and none are more watchful of the western farmers' Interest than Frank Oliver. Sir Richard McBride has long advocated a battleship squadron for the Pacific coast to help out in opposing the threatened yellow invasion which he sees �ooming. But .when the oppor-' tunity conies tp declare for a policy providing exactly, what he has Sheen advocating Sir Richard is too much,, fetter bound to party to support it He in in abject surrender to his Ottawa hoBseg supporting the voluntary contribution" which gives no more guarantee to the Pacific coast than to Ceylon. J - Mr. Louis Keel refuses to run as alderman on account of the time tt takes a man Jrom business. That is a splendid tegument for the commission form of government. There is no doubt hut that men serving voluntarily ace asked to sacrifice an enor-mbUB amount of valuable time. . When men are paid there will be no sacrifice. General sympathy will poUceman about, as 'well W in the barrooms, andiajtd -IM^'Via' populhi;-�tion of*ftper'tfiT�e\l?raiTieTMr6^iiices;bti, Canada wasiiine^sed^l'ySneariy^-onea^ "Yes.' - xt-i.' *a--- '*�:-. _�; lators should have an eye to weather lest their zeal for 'what they conceive. to he the public weal lead them,into unjustifiable invasion of personal-freedom. The? Important Question ^'.TDoes she sing?" or without what? Her mu- ' "With : %"No^iWith or^ithout coaxing." efore Storm "WhSr^l^vJPh- in the house, this elabora'ti'�ptBimg about?" "Ssh! Mother is getting askr father tor a little extra money/'- Pittsburg Post. Proved It Foreman-"Are you used to hard work?" ' .� � ' �-' Applicant-"Well, this is the two hundred and forty-seventh job live applied for this week." Alberta's Vaccination Law (Mail and Empire) Alberta Is experimenting: 'with a compulsory vaccination., law applying to all school children; Under the act Rescue Delayed  "Hurry up and save that- .girl!" bawled the fire chief. "Why don't you hurry?*' The fireman bent over and whispered down three stories.- . ' "I'll have h^r on the ladder in a minute, chief. *i'm waiting for her to curl her hair."-Kansas' CUy Journal. Passive : Marks-I hear that you have heen operating in the stock marked? Parks-Youtye heen misinformed. I've been operated- uppn.-rBoston Transcript. Before They Visit a Store ' PEOPLE LIKE TO READ AND THINK ABOUT SHOPPING. IN' ADDITION TO FURNISHINGS SHPP^^G'INEWS. ADVERTISING TELLS THE "- >' PUBLIC TBA.TjL A MERCHANT IS MAKING GOOD ,( . (, , ,. , _.,'f ' .AND-.THAT A MERCHANT HAS CONFIDENCE IN* " HIS BUSINESS.;; \' Covet Lethbridge With One Bappr ^'"Everybody's Doing Itf - 1 Real Estate and Investments Owners of Suite IllPilS Sherlock BM|. PiO.Box 1979 Phone 1291 Excellent Buy on 13th St. Nortli 100 iFeet on comer at $2,250.00- Easy terms e have several choice buys on 13th Street North in blocks 162, 163 and 169 C. P. R. AGENTS WILSOH & SKEITH OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA MOTEL Reliable Fire Offices Repre- ; sented by us.' PHONE 1343 A Difference Walking is fine exercise, l)Ut there's a difference between stretching your legs a bit and having them pulled.- Chicago Record-Herald. One Brave Mother "I s'pose ^.'ve known 10,000 mothers in my time." - "Well?" "But I never knew but one mother Who had the courage to go to the matinee while her daughter did the house work." 1 Demonstrating TVIrs. Pry-"What is all that noise in your house, Willie?" ...,,Willie-"Ma told pa I was just like hi'm-always fightin'-rahd pa said I "wasn't and now they're bavin' it out." Cause of Despondency "What's Cholly so downcast about?" �/ "Seems his father gave him an automobile for Christmas." r. "Npthing terrible about that." ; "'� "But told him he'd Save to earn his own gasoline."-Louisville Courier-journal. � ' Charity  "There Is nothing to be said for an author who will steal all his good ideas." , u  "Atieast you for not stealing bad ones."-Baltimore "American. Setting Her Right Jennie-"He must have a Soft spot in his heart for me." Winnie-"Why sol" Jennie-"He says he is always thinking of me." Winnie-"But, you know, a man doesn't think with his heart. The soft place must be In his head."-(London Telegraph.' Good Reason "I wonder why our gas bill runs up so quickly?" mused the wife of the professional humorist. "Why shouldn't it?" demanded her husband, making a note oh his cuff, "it has thousands of feet.'-Philadel-phia Record. , Modern Fire Fighting . "But how was it the fire gained such a hold? I understand you recently installed a- motor engine here," . * "We did, but it happened that, the head fireman had taken, his wife and family out on it for an excursion, that day."-Filegende Blaetter! Getting the Information "I'm" pleased to meet you. Did I understand that your name is Miss Greengiii?" � "Yes, Greengiii!^ "Have you lived here very long?" "About four years." - "Where do you work?" "I'm employed in a broker's office." "Stenographer, I presume." "Yes." "Mother and father living?". "YeB." "That'B your own complexion, I presume?" . . .-. �. FARM LAftDS 1 � FARM LOANS FOR RENT 960 acre farm'for rent South of Grassy Lake. AH of Section 20, and south half of 19, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish seed and take halt of the crop. O. T. LATHROP r*rm Land* Stafford Block Vartfti team Money To Loan On improved 'property and for building purposes. - - - - - -: ^ The C B* Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK ... . - '�:�.-. >..:�> '"PHONEti!325 <: CEEPEEAR T5 The new industrial subdivision of Medicine Hat 50 ft. Trackage Lots $400 each TERMS ONE-THIRD CASH, BA LANCE 6 AND 42 MONTHS, J. HARRIS & CO. BEGIN BLOCK and 38* MAIN STREET, MEDICINE HAT. PHONE 1412. LETHBRIDGE , P.O. BOX 531, LETHBRIDGE We have two good buiiding lots in Alexander Addition, also a five roomed house, two blocker from site of new C. P. R. freight sheds. SWant to trade as part payment for a mpdern six or , eeyen roomed house. MITFORD&CO. Opposite Herald Office "Sir!" "Po you make your own d'resses?" . "I never was ho insulted in my life! What do you*mean by asking me such a lot of personal questions? And at our first meeting, too!" ^ "I'm sorry, if I have offended you, but you see I might pass you on the Btreet some day when I'm out walking with my wife. If I should speak to you those'are only a few of the questions she'll ask me about you, and I'd like to he able to answer them." pleyir.Matv' , " \ . '7 '" - t'"'.^ ; '.' ' ' 'J'-4-:�-.'- - A bir,d dog b'fiionglin'g-to a man^in Nashville disappeared and.the owner suspected that it had. been stolen, so he put this notice^in* the- paper and insisted that it be printed just ftB he had written it: . . "Lost or Run Away- One liver cul-lered burd dog:named Jim. Will-show signs of liiderfobby in three days." The dog came home the following day.-National Monthly. . MISSISSAUeA HORSE CADETS .................,. ijfjfi, .......-........................- - - This Is a new addition to the crack cavalry regiment of the Queen City, v - i; / ' - ;