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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE uyriimunGK DAILY HERALD June 3, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER MST SSillIititd ty the Lcthsrldgg Herald PubSiYng i.tt at Jti effic-, Sixth LetKbrlde.e, Albtrta, Canals. PHONE: editorial, And Newt Dtpir tint fit W. A. BUCHANAN Mmigtrip pire-ctcr T, W. QWAYLE Mjnigiig Edltv JOHN TORKANCE PHQNtl Circulation Ard Jcfr V 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I Sellvertd 1400 1 rar. nail S4.P5 1 15 S T..U...... n 1 month, dfllverrd...... iSc. 1 by cull olttn is aw craaej tnusi b-.it both in4 THE DAILY HERALO FOR SALE AT Red Crew Drus A U M. Xortham. Book Starp: J. G. Robertcca Crantrcck. B. Coj A Co: AWhliuoV Hotel; Fecp'.c'a Drur neJaerlu City lore; Kenny A Altta. Co.; R- W. IV r- c- 1 xlit u 11 Flnsher 3. Mitchell; Kews Compinr. L- XCVTKL Bros. Drtt A Book Fernfe, 9. Deal Browm A 115 -4th Stretl The Jsalewa Co., 105 en all C.P.FL THE WEEKLY HEKALt> ever? Wtdr.rsday In eirht cr rr.ofe ind eontilM i'jmaary of the news of tee wetk, locil and district I rear U idreccB.........Jl 3 tnonlU la Me i moothj la blittruiL'iit is made lliat il would muloublcOly Uavu nurmi liiul a. largo been putlrd.' ll is Hie old story of of on the pavt of rale-_ [mm to turn out ami am! shows that this inaction is uol vuliii'ly oonflnrd to one city. 'I'he moral might be digested by the pcojilo of Lolhlvrittgc, :iml il should uijsc them lo that in- teu'Sl in which lias hitherto not liot'ii uuu'h in evidence. II is so i-aij- to have rrgrcls after Hie event, and the best way is lo make it impossible lo have Ibis nnnelcoitie feeling. The consensus of opinion in Hie Calgary pivss is hat llio industrial housing building would be one of the besi nvcslnieuls which the city could enter into. It was the scheme >f the buluslriul League, and another tended lo_- vartls tlic defeat of Hie bylaw was, it is understood, the stiff ipposilion it received from many members of the Hoard of 'ratio. Here again there is a lesion lo be derived of the necessity if the "pulling together" of loc.il authorities. The Calgary Jicws-Tek-grum is of-the opinion (kit if inrin- H-I-S of both urgiiniz.ilions bad gol togclljer sullicienlly to enable hose iu I be two bodies to get the proper conception of the real ilnalion. and a ptojier nnderstandin.ij of the probable result if his building were erected, there would lituc been an entirely litTerenl verdict. Outside the merits of the scheme, as the joiitna! proceeds lo ay, there is the vital question of harmony and unanimity in onncction the advancement of the city. This, it is1 necd- e'bs to say, applies as well lo cities oilier than Calgary, and the. ale which has met the Industrial Housing bylaw ought to wnke is up here lo Hie necessity of carrying out thoroughly the spirit if "getting together" emphasized at the banquet recently given o the new Commissioner of Commerce and Manufacture. MARKETING CITY AT HOME MARKETING of municipal bonds in the city in which they are issued, or, in other words, making a home market for them, is not Altogether ;i novel suggestion. In the city of St. Paul the scheme has been put into practice. In n recent issue of bonds for municipal improvements a depart- ment store took of them and sold them over the counter to Hie public. This mailer of disposal attracted the attention of James 3. Hill, who took hold of the idea and improved it so that through a business device the bonds were enabled to be marketed in small quantities. The plan is-thus outlined in the Spokesman- Renew: Mr. Hill and fellow trustees buy city bonds and against them issue guaranteed certificates bearing the bonds' full interest. These certificates are lo'be'sold at retail by n trust company in denominations -of .and upward. Civic patriotism' and the desire oMhe little investor for gilt-edged investments are count- ed on to'make'a broad market with the masses of these cer- tificates. Commenting on the merits of the sclteme the-Spokane paper has the following to say: Tliis appears lo be the best plan thus far proposed for pul- ling municipal securities into the bands of home investors, espec- ially those of modest means. Il is city wide in its scope and it is adequately advertised. Marketing the bonds or notes of a municipality among local investors chiefly is an affair of effective publicity.' Many thrifty people with a few funds have wanted to buy bonds or slocks, but have not known how lo do so, and therefore have not tried to.' plan, opens the way for Ihem to purchase city se- turities.' easily, and safely. '-The advantages" of llic arrangement are not few. One. is tliat'il'keeps large amounts of money at home and in circulation for ttie development of local interests. There is without doubt much lo command the system, as the foregoing shows, and the experiment is well worth Irving oul where local capilol would be available for Hie purpose. AGAINST THE USE OF AIGRETTES A TTUATEn by humane motives a crusade has for some year: been carried on b'y n section of women against the wearinj of'aigrettes in their hals by certain of their sex. It bns been pointed out that Ibcse plumes attain their perfection at a time the bird is rearing ils young, and when il is .divested o! them the nestlings are left lo perish through .starvation, Hie mother being unable, to reach them. It was only the other day thai a cul of what was represcnlec lo be the laleit Parisian, model was exhibited in the woman's column of an exchange. This was ornamenled with aigreltp plumes. H shows that, possibly, from want of knowledge ol how these plumes' are obtained, (here arc women who appeal heartless enough lo wear thcrii. H explains why tlic cnm paign against them is slill being energetically conduclcd. Only recently Mrs. Minnie Fiskc. in making an appeal to women I forego their uses quotes the following testimony of a plume hunter. It is one which deserves every publicity: "The aigrelte is loin from the live molher bird in (he nest ing be writes. "The natives of the country do virtually all of the hunting for feathers. I have seen them frcqucnlly pui the plumes from llic wounded birds, leaving the crippled bird to tlie.of starvation, unable to respond to the cries of their youtif in the nests above, which were calling Tor food. I have knowi these' people lo tie and prop .up wounded egrcls on the marsl where Iheywould attract the attention of other birds flying by These decoys are kept, in this position until they die of the) wounds' or from tiie. allacks of insects. I have seen the terrible red an is of thai country actually eating out the eyes of Hies wounded, helpless birds lied up by the plume hunters witliii sound Vjf the call of their young. could write you many page of IioVrors practised in gathering aigrelle feathers in Vcnczucl by Hie natives for the millinery trade of Paris and New York." OUR POINT OF VIEW The Irresistible and the Prince of Wales, two British buttle- ihtps. collided, antl llic Irresislible came out second best. A mime tloc-s not always mean what it spells. One of the big provincial issues today is down with the Sifton government, because it does not give court and liquor icense advertisements lo the High River Times, mid the moulder I public opinion at Lloydminslcr. Considering that it is the city to which the slreel railway is ndebied for power it cannot be said thai the street railway" is nuch of a upon the ratepayers, ll is doing splendidly and exceeding all expectations. That civic ownersliip pays is amply demonstrated by the arnings of the electrical department, and only about one-third of tile-available power is marketed. Wail until the industries Col. Sam Hughes is coming to look over Ibe armory silua- ;ion.. Well, that will have lo hold ns for the tirri'i being. 11 will now be up lo some enterprising gentleman to show the Hon. Sam. He has considerable of the Missouri.trail'in his make up. ConfeMion of Incapacity 'Adranca) One of the surprliei of lha as the Rctfon of Meilldne Hat Into belnx hood-vlnied nto' granting a street car o sir Max Altkln, for a period of tr years, -nbich Is tantamount to a) Ing to the world, (bat with all their resources aad future prospectl greatness, they are unable to run lelr street railways; anil lack a inilar amount of Intelligence and JslnesE acumen aj thai by he newer towns of lie nut; and that they been slow to enefit by the of aucli tics at Toronto, and Winnipeg, who ould ghe a good deal to hb rellered om the octopus wblch Is eating the Ilals of Ihelr p-Jbllc utilities. But ho llmo will come when lie veiy nes who voted tils blrthrlghl 111 sit that the valiant fUhl put up the Sledtclno Hat Neira In ielr Interests aad that tbe mistake lev have raaile be' regrtlted Just nee, viz.: until the expEraUon of aald ontract Once again a terrible tragedy happens, through an auto driver trying to beat out a railway train. It cannot be done with safety. How many lives have to be sacrificed before some iCarn sense. Roosevelt, after many witnesses were examined, proveii ;hat he 'was nol given to an intemperate use' of intoxicating liquors. It is doubtful if twenty people on the American con- tinent suspected that he was. However he gets six cents damages and the privilege of paying his own cosls, and the editor w maligned him pays his own cosls and eats humble pie to the extent oHialf a column apology. What Others Think Heard it in Carlsladt (CarlBtaat News) Thai big noise over in Itc thu other (Ur ihe editor ol tbe Brooks Bulletin throwing a fit about the game on The Death Blow (Baisano N'etvs) ith one of his Renters dead and with bis areza burned, Tommy Hums gazes upon the gfcmlv rains of the fighting game (a Calgary, Before It ever from Us aghes many, .many moons will haro .risen and waned. as an Editor l (Toronto Globe) ITA-President Roosevelt is gajd to contemplate resigning from tbo looV. lie has received J50.0DO a rear and his detractors say H Is 42000 fo the articles conlribnted and (or tbo signatitre to them. it Means Something (Winnipeg Free Tho ]ate Domlniott government often charged "with being mticb tco responsive to the demands made upon it by the Canadian NorUierit railway Vet during the Liberal regime thi C. N. H. received no money grant; FURNISHING A WHOLESOME MORAL CALGARY PAPKHS .no kimenting the fact lha! llic Imluslrial Housing bylaw has been defeated, Tl.erc is' rcnson to bc- Jlcvc Ihnf there is ti regret amongst (he majority of the people of Calgary thai the measure was allowed (he fate it met >vilh. The Furnace Dust iri Your Home. You will have no fur- nace dust in your home if you have aSunshine Furnace. A. special dust flue prevents this'jeh- The Sunshine has advantages wWcn' it ly the furnace to in- Oar agent will be pleased to plain them, or write tot Booklet. .carryng all OUSt Up. the pipe. Sunshine Furnace London Tornnfo Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver Si. N.B. Hamlilon Saakalmn 333 rom the Dominion while) ho Uorden. goveraraeat, not two" cars lu ofnce, has already jlyen millions In and Is astln- partament lo tfrs furlh. r tubsWies In eicess of Btteeu rail- on Over Jil.OOO.OOO In IS aonlbs ts a rcconJ uhlch tells Us story of the h eiLn betweea the Canadian orldern railusy Md the Uordeo overnaent, roilihiiiiy of Actilrnitic- News) Hoa. C. K. Jiltchell has beea tender- il Ihe Bow Valley aeat has ac- epted It. Gcotte who wai ected, with large support In the fceat election, was In Bassauo Tnurs- ar last aud TOlunlarlly his ;it at the feet of Mr. It itittactory to all concerned. However there was bound to bo a in sono outside ridings tc erore Jlr. Mitchell their member, ut BaiEino stood the beat chance as L Is declared there should some abinet representation. In this vicinity. The names of many well known ontervatlvee appeated on Ihe pell- on that >eat the rounds of the town ME and the gift may be hand- d him on the silver platter ol peace. The Indian Reserves tMornlDg Alberlan) An is being made to thror pen a portion of the Blood Reserve or settlement. An effort Is being made lo throw open a portion of the arcee Reserve for settlement. _The movement is a proper one. The ndfans nave many times as much acd M they can utilize. They are ultiTaling but a sms.lt portion of. taa reserve, and would il all, if tney were as as he ivhlccs. They are DO longer hunt- rs or The largeVareas of land are doing he Indians no good and ard Just re- ardins the development of tbe cotm- The Indians are in the numor to and1 over their lands to tne govern- ment upon a fair valuation. U'nior- unalely. In one or two Instances, they havo been cheated badly. Hotrever, her lull value In the release of some ol the Blatktoot Reserve and are notr profiting br the sale. The government should malic, every effort to reduce tho size o( the re- serves to reasonable areas. At the- e .time the Indians should be veil protected. Just For a Joke Our do jon call Mr, Gruff blunt man? he is always sharp Enquirer, WlK Olrl grandfather settled heri years ago. usiness owe Chicago Supplied 'I should think yo-J would get you nice "I've got one; shi's In this sloro a. hat righl t'oat Superfluous fame of this HUlt device hna become A hcnteeholel w It many words In household now. Educated to It "CooVs should always marry v "Why cooks "Because cooks know how to loo1 after.the Awer ban.' tin's Importation We all was of us What owned Bkookum Bill, the city Ucholor, Whn never did Indlrm To splice with any local girts, Though they all llVcd him fine. The folkn got alter Bill Fer putttn' on of alra And 'lowln' how sweet freedom Tor conl'isu-lar cares, Thsy proved how man ain't worth emu, Not '.ravelin' In So Bill to a Utter lo the troj.it. V NcaU iiw you nasttik D tottt Wt ioe'i recill; 'tl> tUti to tttt, it h Bill. d ttt'lm'pofUtkii lo itt.i.bttt. t out, jironi a a grouch, o EKTS the nunie. IH'i.'irlfe run tb> ..riicj.; Bill EtTer lud no jtOK. hra.ibp'itfi, Blll'd up mo When thf fcVV. "Oltl" ttt't go. A H'ke jot aJUr fJip' oil li o will womenklnd, Alj tifaf'ini fill. He Mill ill His "Good- 'm jolt' to bit the lr ill, Mort by R. In Jfui riLCHED s'lfBt after Qliht'lhe watched a liUls Wtc-r iljht ibe cooled a lcve diy raided little litilt alndi the dingtri of the .IJUU llpi to utter ilnple o some dij Xnd" (rklpid to UK tbey good. utlw't She nve her chMks W ron't vothtr trade. wrliklts brow, Yet smiling "My toy slrongar DOIT." When pluauKs cailid turned away and '1 dare not Itmra wry to he Br atnsfers' bandi; they art small, must hi near lo auswfr vktw thay caiL" She mothered iMi Night aftor the; ut her 1 And heard her Ujl of watt dsr From be rtltey. ,lcars.t4 that 'he world outsjde Are cnsttty and Ties, mt and From Iter tte' imogs fhey ought What thlnu Jo lore, what.work must still ba done. She led them.through the Of And brought fire uf lo truth. fire! naae mar uoteoiri live to the few, Of IBI TMlii b'jt llttld knew; Bui Ire" art trwdlus ur- lut'i Sirint the verld aid Its irlio, ttnpted, ataod uprljraf, to honor, tjali allre, _'.-. Ko as THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- COMPANY, LIMITED Jti fpring the rirfrething of our Beer are mott litude U qukkly by inrigorattnf ideal Spring Taitky the lit iUelf to the change of feftton j m for a limited time IXTHBR1DGE BREWING AND PHONE 5S4 ;