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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIimiDOK DAILY HERALD "Wednesday'.'- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PwttlUKed by l at IU PHONE) Ed.torltl, Newi Department 1224 ESTABLISHED OICEMIIR Herald Sifcth Street, W. A. BUCHANAN Dlrectcr T. W. QUAY L f MansfllnB Editor JOHN TORRANCE Co., LU every PHONIi' Advertlllnt Circulation An 4 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION HATEt 1 by M.CC 1 drtlveied iriOr.tY.S. a.Mv.rsd it often bat both niw Kddreuu mujl circa. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Crass Drue Medlciii N. Ncrtfcaa. Boot Store: J O. Bremen B. Co.1 Jicksoa A Aits- Atchtnsoa- inirj, Hctel; Peop e Drtl L- Kelntcki jtore: Keaar AUin- Cltr HiinlUon. PlneKer D. U t Co.; R- W. MU Thill; City urm us. Vancouver, B. Xewj Company. Eroi. Strert Ccir.pir.y. Ferric. B. Deal Co, T6S Rlveieldt A'BO on C.P.R. train THE WSEXLV HERALD FuV.UtH trtrr In jmmtrr ot o! the wl, tnd 1 jet.- idiincs II. 3 i-iccIM In idi E rr.csCa la incut would be very much unit its fall would bo brought about at ;m earlier (.hie- Mr. Milehell is paid the compliment of ranking above tho mediocre as" a legislator. It is'presumed from this his influence in bringing about legislation will, by his presence in the cabinet, cause the same to bu ensured. This is apparently not to be de- sired. Perish any regard for the. welfare of the province. Let Ihe government be given every opportunity for working evil even for u temporary space, no matter the belief which wraps (self round the argument that the province will correspondingly suffer. -Noble sentiments, exhibiting the most sublime traits of >aliiolisin. It is the logic of ,the Mikado in the comic opera. If it had been argued Mr. Mitchell's absence from the cabinet would serve to keep the government from holding to- gether there might be a HtUe; reason in urging measures to pre- vent, if possible, his election. Hut efforts should be made, accord- ing to the argument discussed, to prevent the. passing of good legislation. And here we see the Simon Pure political partizan unveiled in all his nakedness. To oppose Mr. Mitchell at the present stage of the game is, considering the strong probabilities of his being elected, amount- ing to a certainly, extremely foolhardy. It is a sheer waste of lime and money. But what of thai; let the public go hang so long as political" animosity is gratified. If the Opposition wishes lo step into the ring merely for a fight, Hie odds so. much against it, we do not think Mr. Mitchell would raise very serious objections to such a quixotic proceeding. What Others Think OUR POINT OF VIEW A NEGATIVE POLICY The completion of Ihe big traflic bridge over the Saskatche- wan at Edmonton completes an cngineeringjcnl of some lude and is quite on a par with C. P. H. enterprise. 1 The mid-week half holiday idea is growing. If JIaclcod can Undertake it, why not Lethbririge? It would nut reduce receipts That Urgent Emergency [Hamilton Herald) When the Oerinao emperor visits In August there will lie a e rat Joint review at Splthesd of trie and navies. That Is far belter thin having the two navies iKiluK together vlth tbe o'jjecl ot auti.'rllatlug each otter. and (Phllidelphla N'otlh American) The centennial of peace finds that myth dispelled. Tats nailou has no trsdlllcm of cninity. As a matter ol cold (act. It there are any two nations on the face of the tarth which are absolutely free- from mutual suspicion and Jealousy and distrust U U I lite republic and tit sreit British domin- ion to the north of us. history does not present such another case ot peoples under separate sovereignties, ulth no purposa or design ot governmental unity- or even of formal treaty, and yet "ttlth so universal a feeling of one- ness. No American holds a Canadian to be a foreigner. No looks upon an American acara a large por- tion of liio Blood Reserre, Ijlug 14" Southern Alherla, :and acres, has been leased to Mc- Keown t Co, in turn sub- to dorJon; Ironsides' Fares, the cattlemen of wlnhlpei. Tho re- yenue derived ty the government was about oue cent per acre, The rese.rre embraces fertile land and (he for malnlng-Indians require hut'a'f mall portion of it. tbe leases are about to expire and farmers ol Southern Al- berta are asking tbe government to longer lease the land to tbe big but on the other hand, to give small leases to ho -declare themselves -willing to pay from five to eight per acre. It-would, undoubtedly, he of advan- tage to tbe province if tbe request were granted. The big do not carry on continuous operations, and i! they did such operations woutrj not be of nearly as much beneat as those of a large body of small farmers. It seems like a waste to permit thousands anr) hundreds of thousands of a.cres of land la be tied up for long terms to he. used only nt the whim of the powerful Inleresls to wnlch Ihey.are leased.'. .'The Economizer is to the strive what the con- "trtl Jerer is to the engine or automobile. Without control neither is efficient. '-With the Gurney Economizer it is poaable to aukklrwy the heat of the oven. foods rpauire different temperatures. The Economizer this desired temperature absolutely uniform. means that when cooking: is orer, you iiTe a cool kitchen and. still haT.; your fire -i- you can Ian the m a by a slight pressure on Vbe lertr, Slf JWL possess a Gurney-Oxford TOW f The Diyided Flue heat tor wfrT c" stOTe' The'New'Special Gaff ruirds the lowest fire. The Broiler -rj (fidi of the coals. features are exclusively "GurnejrrOx- .0. irill furnish your kitchen it will dbjpur work adequately. _ C. W, GRAY Blones would- pall- tiuently entitled to all the city can give. J5y. ajl means'recognizp trit OiUfpHUr Clan Tbe risk I; much leittoeij II one Is rath- the union. liave the lead, Hie riding presents opportunity for a good hard light." Jf Mr. Sydney Fisher contests the seat an interesting fight should ensue. South Lanark, vacant through the death of Hon. John Hag- gnrl, is known as a "Tory hive." No Liberal ever had even a fighting chance in South Lanark, the half of the county, Noi 111 Lanark, constituting the battle ground of the parties. John Haggarl held South Lanark from 1872, when he had 91! majority', up lo the time of his death, the !91i majority being 1167. When llic bye-election is called the man who receives the Conservative nomination is as good as elected. 'South vacant through J. J.'Donnelly going to the Senate, was created in 1903, the riding of West Bruce- being wiped out. -In olden days Bruce was a slrongly Liberal county, but the great drain on ils population through emigration lo the >Vcsl has made it closer fighting ground. P. H. McKcnzic, Lib-, eral, carried the riding in 1901 by 144 mnjorily.-Jiul be failed to hold it, and in 1908 Mr. Donnelly carried it with 193 majority. He was re-eltclcd in 1911 by 103 majority against Jlr. Truax, of the slroiiKest Liberal in the riding. The reciprocity cry. was responsible for Mr. Donnelly's victory, a strong Liberal town like Clieslcy turning Conservative. The farming popula- tion voted Liberal, but the towns with factories in them were influenced against the Liberals. In Chesley there is a large furni- ture factory mid lilt were led to believe that recipro- city in farm products meant ruination for the furniture industry. South Bruce will make fine fighting ground, and with n man like Mr. Truax as standard hearer the Liberals should win it. thai Trip _ carry ycjdt funds fotra' df. our -lett'eis .of Credit or Travellers' Cheques, in.denominations of SIP, or t'200. The values in'foreiga'cnricncics ate stated on the face, and as these Cheques are payable without discount, you can always get value in the money of the country you arc visiting, without delay or difficulty. tETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINN1NO, Maraj" A. B. KINO, Actg Manaoer Piriloui .to Hls'.Punt vfife. attempt to.practice any moro; 1 found 1 the experiment ..'What About Toronto Water. "A" cubltf of a minion' retnarlied the AVIse !uy. r some people complain of ieellng -added the Simple CDmec High ''My .husband eecs pink elephants 'he drinfca." iline has a worse fad than that He'ites'green dogs. It's oircns'-vc, too.'! k "Why, he goes and buys licenses for Herald. "Lot never wineglass touch your My fa bag mauo this law. 1 cannot disobey "aUrtcntJcr, add a by a call .....utatlon intl was o for ''never jipwjng >htr4 home." Thi'ftit o{ tltf tamlly long since, retired the youth finally and bis hoslesi loit no tltpa Iri leeklng her own bed When ha reached the corner It began to rain, h. that he log t'q rtf ftoaM. De" So heard. Finally wrtlMUl voice from an. tip- From duripu stay. This Ehovks Aunt Minerva, who says, "Uut 'twould piln Your H you "Int. I'm told that luly, Spain v'.' whit people ylien tbey dine, wear .thick The sun may be hot, '.n Hut crypti citbedrals chilly." "I'll give'you lorrie botrJlnf tddrcn- 63 I (Ot When I iijth'Aunt of- fers Mllly. And soraft lend you ntchdli and 'iWtjA' [g "Mr- he replied 'with dlgnitjr. "Thp you, re- Vlth loud Yfur fifK TrlP Over Oh, your Jnt trip abroadl How your cornblfio To CQunifl you leave home] Aunt Ivip 1n ''5' i Siyi, "Doa't summer to Romo. t'a.very unhejlthjl" And then t travel that way, PAKTIZAN3HIP IN THE EXTREME WHAT-PETTY SPJHIT some pnrtizans display I The bitter- ness of defeat in the laic provincial election has not yet de- parted from their political palates. Harold Rjley has expressed his unwillingness to conlesl the How Valley riding against lion. C. R. Mitchell. And'Mr. Kilcy is showing himself discreetly wise in !his, Not so some of his parly press, for lliis unwillingness has goaded them lo desperation in the way of searching for argu- ments lo show why Mr. Milchell'shoiild be opposed. The is Ihe, richest. If is that the Acting Premier is one of (lie very- few Sifton ministers who rank uljovc mediocre as legislators, nnd so being, in other'words, art able man, it is advisable that he should be kepi out of the government, And .why? Hccmisc if he was comjwMed into retirement from public- ftfTaii'S the govtni- tulde For sea You are atuff To need i whole ilone. fiplatnl The New Oc Cigar That Fascinating Flavor "I'lor de Claro" gives you the rich, tneljow, tropical flavor ot the pure Havana tobaccos of .which it is made. Yet it and mild-flue to the rare skill in Wending the choice leaf. "Plor declare" (3 a light, mild, M flavored Wend to please the popular taste. J. PAYNE lIMmO, StANBY, ars, um lagi xome of vrliich are worth ar.d come Your cigar redeem tegs at their value, lii cisti< HON. IrVM HUGHES Who hM Vflth General Mac- rttult that the littt M o tmt tonic. It prevent hetdacnei Bli ;