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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T11K DAILY IIKRAL1) Monday, June 0, 1913 H r'v 5? LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD S DECEMVIR Dfptftment 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 jrear, deUvertd 1 year, by MOO t cionths, delivered..... IT 00 _t _- t months. IVW monttj, br msll...... X iftoeih. dellTefrd...... Me, 1 month, br mall...... often 19 ei. b'Jl THt DAILY HEPALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drug A Medlclr.t K. Kortl BooX Store: J- RwUitscn CranbrecV. B. A Co.; JacSsoa LM Alts- Holil; Kenny AUlo. Finder 3. ttltxheB; D. L. Dnrg A Coal pin jr. t Relntckt Ollmorvd City Dru( Vineeuvtr, a. Co.Tpanj. Brm, Street JamltKa Co. 7C5 lUTffslie A'la.cjn aJ C.P.R. -.-TyE, WEEKLY HERALD ribbed eterr in ttght ica ccnUla Eumcur? ol iht news the week, local tim district MI- 3 months IB id racutha in advance........TSc. .MAYOR'S POSITION UNTENABLE seems io be "in to use a slang expres- sioii, on the stand-lie' has taken on the water supply ques- tion. His position is hardly a tenable one. The mayor knows, as every member of Hie council knows, or should have known from a perusal of the engineer's reports, that additional equipment is needed to briny the waterworks system uu to efficiency. lie also knows that last fall work vcas slarled on a system which would increase the water pressure all over the city, ami ghe greater assurance of an adequate supply of water for fire fighting purposes. But, although that report has been in the hands of the coun- cil for the past three months or more, not a thing has been done, except to proceed with the erection of an ornamental water lower in North Lclhhridge.' Such dilatoriness'does not commend itself io Ihe ratepayers. The mayor deplores the condition of affairs which obtains waterworks department, hut excuses his ndminislraUo'.vby saying that there, is no money available to remedy matters. It is a poor excuse. Knowing that additional apparatus was required for an efficient system, it was the mayor's duly to find .the money. As chairman of finance he should have made that the paramount question until Ire had accomplished something. There is no USE in saying that mouey could not be found. The same argument applies as in the case of the subway.. Of the hvo matters the water question wns the more important Why could not the council have decided three months ago what additional equipment was needed for the pumping plant? And having decided, why could not a bylayy have been submitlet todny along with the subway bylaw, asking for power to issue debentures for the necessary money? Had that slage been reached, Mayor Hardie's position outlined in his published slalc- menl might have been taken seriously. Not otherwise. SIGNS OF CmC NEGLIGENCE T N -ANOTHER PART of our columns is published a timely crili- of the neglect of the trees of the cily. Mr. "Whitney's opinion is worlh something, for as everybody knows, lias had much experience in arboriculture, and the appearance of tl trees on his farm is sufficient evidence of the knowledge be brings tor bear on what he is speaking'ahout. is a great deal of Irulh in what Mr. Whitney says, an is, us a rule, Hie mark of ;i uojjligcnt householder who docs uol tuke u pridi' in Uis dwelling pluce. With equal force 'the saint applie.s to the au- luiriliis of !i cily where ilomains pvesenl like fealuri'S. Aparl from this inference, lo, Ihe jlr.ingcr il must ikcwise something rdleclhujs on the liuuncial condition of the ity. 1'rum an advertising jof view this is highly dctri- nental. So far us the outward and visible signs indicjti'd e I political workers lold him. Another otiferncd Ihe ro must conic nbont-u bail impression. "M to nlu 5cc4 Canadian Ktwt. If economy is sough! to be elVtclcd, (he civic aiilliorilies are HOW BECAME A CANADIAN BY AUGUSTUS trr Otki. lo thta c9.un- some time liaee 1300, ivas not long fledlns out that his la life to became real Conniilin. There tcTertl itai In vogue to twlleve the .And ftceordlns to lOme firtt need crUmi.v going Ihe wrong way lo it about in Ihc li-eatim-nl j "d ;____.....i Dominion Dny- Belng cocksure about the wheat, settled the other by marry log Canadian jlrl. And there- la ho WM much Cor Miry knew about Canada la an bcur tbaa Tom hid ever known la kit hla life. rtmembei-cd that K of hers "used to his ovn (fcnn Implpmrcts down ID tbo bmb country of Qniarto; tbut her Kracdmother her own yarn, wore tha homespun aad mndQ clothes lor the betldei nine-tenths ot the And thia ite told freely to Tom, because she tbcrjiht U WM a good thine tor him lo know; aad io did he. Tom. was a quick leanier. He read carefully all good oerfpaptrs he could 'otfurd to take; and while he found a lot In the pollUcs ttmt muddled him up. be made dead sure of .all thu news and edltorWa con- cerning "ifaflo and buslneaa and the tariff. Also he read ahrswdly all the. aia. And In this also he was Vor dlscoTered that hr matchltig up the ads the news and the edi- torials and the Ulks at the itore, he began to get A pretty clear Idea of what a practical thing tl meant to scope s Canadian. When Tom built a housa la town, close to his prairie farm, he adied ever? Item of tt as though he had the whole contract oa his haade. He "discovered one thing of great In- terest about this House, rwiiat do you Ih.oV It la hli TFlfo, who to suspecL Tom of learning more aboat ihan she tnew herself. Bomethlng to do with daresay." "Right you are! and he a heet wb.ch he scribblei down bli Inventory of. the things uied In that house morlal thing'from to the made'In Canada." i. -ijc' f o ollsh I" -can get you builders' it ,i> f lie irecs and boitlcvarus are rccetvmj'. ll is economy of a ivpre- lensible description. The matter we arc referring to'uVc'ds Hie iiiniediute alienlion of the civic council. U is a crying shame iirtl measures have not been put into force, not only lo preserve he beauty of the city landscape, of which we been hitherto o proud, but for preventing the large expenditure mude going lo waste. Let us see something done and less time spent n palaver nl council me'elinjjs. Wilh reference to Ihc planting of in Henderson Park ilong Ihe street lisics this may have becii an error in ju'dg- nenl on Ihe part of (he. person responsible, if wluilMr. ays holds good. Bui there is no justifiailion for Ihe prescnl legligence which is everywhere apparent on pur So ar as the slakes are concerned they ought to be removed, 'here vill be that much saved in the painting of them..' In the case of he saplings let Ihe. bands be loosened and the tices "given 'a ihance. It may be further remarked that some of Ihe young trees vliich are showing signs of life arc being rapidly killed by suck- rs growing at their roots, and effort has been made to re- novc them, and so help lo keep the life the tree is showing. The faults mentioned ought to have been apparent lo our civic authorities if they are observant as Ihey arc expect- d to be. It should nol be necessary for ihcir allcnliim to be dir- 'cted to negligence from an outside source, for il is there to sue. It is all very well to talk of civic pride, but. as things appear it present, it will be no fault of Ihc citizens of Lelhbridge if this lommendrtble virtue is forced from them. OUR POINT OF VIEW Parliament has prorogued and Ihe country survives. Like- vise Ihe British Empire. Thai emergency, however, can be kcpl on tap and drawn on as occasion demands. That storm yesterday may have drenchcd-a few pleasure seekers, but il likewise 'drenched thirsty iialui'V.and "lc scorc for booslet- pumps'and other'improvcnients to Ihe waterworks are hoary wilh age.. Any. the mayor nay have made is in the .way of ar.chieological' research. '_______________ Mr. Winston-ChurcllilLwill succeed iri wrecking his parly's majority in the British Commons if he keeps on interfering in pantfciian politics. It is a' dangerous game. A woman near Woodstock, Onl.; is charged wilh poisoninc Iri'view of.the fad lhal'she has eight children one ivonders-where in she. would bencfil by'burying the bread-winner The decision'of thc''powers lo demand demobilization of tiie Balkans and Turkish armies is lire besl .evidence of the deter- mination of-the big nations lo prevent further complications, ll is also the logical liiovc under the circumstances. oftpwonra IKTO THX a' typical of the Interest uf Western CanadUu IB .enhibllloa train. They reany' tofl vllllnc to and of the producU of In. e factory. Wwditoek. Berlin, Preetou or "How about IM TotnT "Fort mj "Whmt "Toctinla. Cio 'oa.'1 no }le ie mu. poll MS roa're lor Bllle ln Ixscdoa, the Furiheriore kli'.plowi came from Brant fort. .hU 'fclf-Mndet from Tor- onto, 'hlV harnMii froa Winnipeg. bU 'port'Artbur, hit trom kli InUnded mo'.or car eilbw 'rtiwslo, OrlUla 6r from Cbatbam, his stiOTe! s.; from PsUrboro his taicl' from -Toa raote.tn this than his aid. V a itudeet with V iwt cl puatou for to bottom o( tils amsilnp variety ot goods all-made 10 eil To He'dtacorer'cd: 1. Toit contains a greater The Liberal parly in Ihe east should meel ihe Conservatives on their Own ground in flag waving just for the purpose.'of-help- ing the country come to a realization of how ridiculous it all is. if Mr.- Borden has a Dreadnought outlined in clcclric lighls on the platform, Sir Wilfrid should counter with whole ilccl. It is it great game and every one should get in on it. What Others Think Boost, Soyt, Boost (Grassy taKe Gazette What this town needs and British shetr quibbling; uo- cauEC Ihc distinction, n-hJch he seeks to make between; the' British which not; contribute, to- and 'the Imperial ,navy, to which will is not Ja one.- .tl Jo niereiy a what pome of the people hnow It >i.nts la "boosting." You can't eeH goods un- less vou advertise and you can't build a city unless you put some labor and inoney Into construction work. H would suit Eonin people here fine H Ifaoy could borrow AUadln's lamp. Grasy Like would then be a city !n a night and real viortti for- tunes. Esoteric Interpreted (Winnipeg free Press) Though warned on hlgb authority that Mr. Bordon'a jiroiiounceraenls on naval matters arc esoteric doctrines not to ba Interpreted by the vulgar a scnjtlnj' of Ms speeches some- times giies a valuabie clue as lo t "deeper meaning." Thus fn Ms To- ronto speech he eaid: "A Just pride in Oiir national may demand, am! least a dli rtlvlsloo or unit not of a British, but of an Imperial navy, v> stflute Iho common defence of ll.c wtole KrapJrt on the high seaa. I conceite that tneh a defence cannot be eHecUvely securet. by a series of navfea unrlcr sep- arate and, U may conflixti.ig con- fe found ample confirmation, V' C.- P. R. Not'Afralcf and South Traffft Advertiser) The C. T. H. hns Just new line through Ontlooh, direct passenger Edmonton and St. Paul. What betomcfi of (Iw west" tonimorclal rbiitea, wJifcK hiyst st ShauKhnfiwy changed bis mfnd about and so'Jlh" trafric and ll: effect' upon 'Canadian the UritUh J (fic; north danger to (Jie prosperi ilablmy of the empire Las pasadd. tht-laat clctlion. If the C. P, K. director's" f arm In building railway'' jinos (o 'promote Rilh the UnitetJ Slates, (he west cm farmer, as the Edmonton nuilcttn ezysf can be pardoned for -thinking provo IL" "Fudge! I'm sure the glass aad-the doorknobs _. "But they are. glass made In Medicine 'Hat, and the knobs in Gualph. Most of lumber Ws sawn In British Columbia and risfcC-'liere la .own." The Coora'and mouHlr.gs, and jv.ndow made in a sash aod dooi! factory at tslte'd at ge. The slono quarried down nt Stonewall, Man. The nalU vero made In Hamilton. The lima and tho hair ar.ii the in the plaster were all prepared in Winni- peg, The paJnt "was made la Mca- treal; the wall-paper In Toronto. The electric fiitcres were all made In 1'elerboio. Tho bathroom outfit WAB all done In I'ort He might have gone on much longer but hla wife Interrupted him: "Well. Tom, I know one thing that wasn't mode in Canada, "What's that, Fhc laughed aa she whopped orer a roll of ew carpet, ".The Keyholes. 'Tom." Now Eomo women might have been disappointed that half the Louie hadn't corno r'rom about naif the in the world. But Bhe kne-r Tom OaVs was too shrewd a Judge of quality and valuea. Then It wag JIary's turn; for A man ImaglccE sho baa a lllllo world of economics all her "This Carpet, was It "Pph! That's Toronto or "And tho Jie wasn't sure; but he reckon. cf. the blinds were made In Toronto; and as ID the "Why there Isn't a bally stick of H thai wasn't made In ono of four Tarlety of other countr StaUi. materials than any Except the TJnlied lhai ho would he committing n pardonable offcncu In doing, a frail cm- iu fhat the I'rcss Ihln'xs, of lla theory aa to the policy favored by Mr. Uorden. It is ono of contributions to what ho tails an 'imperial navy. Mr, Tlorden'a licaled Denial thai hlf> of cooiributlOD to tbo Just For a Joke. Explained iJo you rolke liow serious Slug- gem is at bat, ubcn lluntllno is (jiilte "Well, Sluggcm In Iragcily all winter, wtillc llnr-llinc in light Herald. 2. %TUat> made tip for he lacV ot in her tnlcdle areas hr IreKeidous'witw-power. 5. .That icatlered thrmih tlili country ihere are people deacentied ai' from folk- thai onco ot the thlas6 4. That many of them vert ortjln- ally, Epgllsh, Scotch and Irish from 'actory and that moof of the froin European countries irhcre corn! QIJ Industrialism Science. t." Tltt" since'tie opeulDK of Ihe Frenlleth cciitury.QanadUns hare be- come'us gooi bujcrs as any other people and.beUer tlian of prosperity and optimism. 6.'.That tor ''the. length or time Canada nas setting lier Indus- trial 'ol she has mada more progrm even the United Elates or Germany. Tbat-oti.a basts of population Canada H.SOO.OCO.OM.acnua output pt rnapnlactured gooas, nas ccllDsed every country. S.' aoy vriaterer numbtr-and1 variety of thlngi mad In -tbls 'counlry from Canadian ma labor gelling Can adlan vasts wotch are sped In Can aija, ''ranks 'greatest oversea to none unlcws It be intlan'd, Oerman? anil the United a-princJc'Vti .thai fa78 h1r the- Bttal maaufacturlng oa up to are all.o Anslo-Baioi and Teutpnle tbtt'in all'pnrWtiiUir Canad has a In the rac ihe vlll yet'lmt oul roost o( tb thtra in the foc-lnoTiitrlal remacy. 01 course he had te ajialt.ai anj nasonable man thouU litre ari sotne things that- mak4 Itast to" adraatatii ai Irlsl ace, 'and French allai aid German Ixer. and TurkUk And' then n quite a numtwr of clier Uilnsi thil category.- But you to thlnit H t. there's hardly a Btltcli f clothw that either lou or I weal hat Isn't maie In thii "Oh thaft all rlth't. Tom, But 1 EOras day .you cafl afford to huj ne t illk drew direct from Scott! Your hal'li new." "Tei. but I trim'raed n rarietf." "Come to think of It my' own lit! is nude in Enjiand but I botild sel ust good made 'ia Oalt, 'But I-TS got on here a 'suit of clothei raffl Tfearei right- In Heapeler. My jhlrta and collar: were made In Montreal; ray lies ID Niagara Falli; ino ptir _of 'boots MoiiireaC'-'thi ther In Quebec; ray rubbers and rain- coat In Montreal: my In aod my underwear In Truro N.S.-, my gloves In why even my umbrella was .mads In Toronto." "Yes, and some of ay blouses >ere made, right la Edmonton and the skin >y_the fireplace waa tanned lnv Red ,The mare's barnees was Bade n our awnings In Saskatoon while, our laundry >pap Is the product of a Keglna factory. The we Jit fcferr morning cams'lrom Moofe you see, dear, teach you how lo be a Canadian'." "So you But I guess I learned lillle faster pan j-cu "What are yoa there, as ho flipped dver his raanu- BCripls, "Just a .little, piper Vm going 'o read at the church club to-znor- "I suppose It's Ihe wisest thing out." "Ko but 11 kind of Bume up this whole huslntu of belne a Csnidlun, There are a few things 1 can anyhow: that a_good factory roore Toluo if linof lhan ten real es- tate offices; thst ncit to a farm a factory Is Ihe moil crcalive thing any country can hire; that a town -with- out factories is sure lo bavo .lie bbl. torn knocked out of H tho women! money begins to i get that to Increase lhe_ number of factories' fn this country is jusl necessary us to multiply tbe acreage ol wheat tho mileage of railroads.'- "Uml" "Ves. Anything I'm Just as proud OH Caa- adlan as I am One Hard, or Csr.tolr.n NaL Ertlbltlon, or the 8t. Uwrencs oV the Hoc.Mrs, or thj preil and wile jod family, I And there the argument ended. Tom and Mary both want out to lha to sea .the train that rolled through jht wttl !a the eummer of 1913. So Like a a Man love, we must gel rlrt of thai coojt. Did you c-vcr sec a worse-looking than Ihc one I've jtisl put ou my I'lalc? dear; Ui0 one lust put on much to tlwlr cart.wctllrig tho street. Never .laving seen anything of the Xlnd; bcforo under 'a 'mistaken rr.s after the carl-and cried oul lo ilic you've In the Near Future "Whal was it finally broke up tho militant movement among the suffra- gWal" riots Kol fo rough thai a wo- man couldn'l Into one without hav- ing her good clothes all torn to Kipreis. Kept the Bays Off Two Highlanders, being lu Glasgow for thf- first time, were taking a "walk Uirquzh cily, Tboy driver; mart, loslri' a' lle-f, at jRmei' want of-knowledge, ran alter him caught him by the arm and aald, ralhcr. "James, man, tlinna bo >er Ignorance, D'yor.no BO ll's lo keep that jaddleB off the track o' tho Daisr, Advice U Husbands If >o'i want y6ur life n. failure, And >our Joys nipped In thoir hlrtli, If you' wajit jour kids neglected, And your homo a hell, on earth- Vole for women. jsu lo i? Hie When the other work l> -o'er; If sou want lo cook your dinner Wash Iho dishes, scrub ths floor- Vole for women', If you want lo slay homo evening While your wife allends Ibo club-i U >cu're her dear Biikc To bo called by friends a Vote for If you wanl lo give >oiir rights up, And your lo your If 5011 want to be A cipher'. For tho balance of ypwr Voto for i-J.'.M, ;