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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page I T1IR LEtHBRIIiGK DAILY HERALD Friday, June 13, 1913 I LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMftIR PyWUf-cd 6y tHt Hera'd PuW-Vritj Ltd., rinlnjf at its Street, Lethbtltfje. Albtm, Cm W. A. BUCHANAN MIT T. W. QUAYLE ft pert or An 4 New t Dtpirtn-.ent 1224 JOH.M TDRHANCt ClrcuUtlCA And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION KATSJ HOO t dellTtreA UW manttJ. fi.W month, delivered We. 1 taoath, by mtU b'jt boti ti mu3t civ to. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT un 1150 K. ._ n-----ii" B, and Atciinsca. Relcecto atr Drut 4 Book store; J. G, Robertson toira Hotel; People's store; Keaar Aulu. Co; R. W. HamUtctL fJniher E. J. Mltchfl'J; D t, Broa. Alberta Beok Company. Fernlt, B. Percy BeaL Drv.j B. News Ccaipiny. A Brow, IlJ-Uh SlresL Jamlesoa Ntwi Co, 7C5 UiTerslile Alia Q.I all C.P.R. tralni THE WEEKLY HERALD Fub'.lshta ererr la tight cr pajfs. and conuiu siimffizrr of the r.tws of vtefc. local District manthj la advanca........lie. INTEREST WITHOUT INTERFERENCE AN'ADA licis no parlicillar desire to be drawn into tlic nuicl- slroin of poUlics in Great Britain. It is not likely thai a moliilion in favor of Home Hule -would be brouglit before Hie Jlousc at Ottawa, as mentioned by Major Morrison Bell in his reply to Mr. Rcdinpnil at Westniinstcr. But this will not prevent the people of Canada from a lively inlcrcst in the sayings and doing- of the British Hovise of Commons. 11 is a matter for imperial satisfaction that the opinion of Doininipnsjc'oimts for something in. the problems which engage the'attention of Parliament'in' the 'Motherland. This demonstrated in the recent debate on the Irish cmcsUon. Canada uas particularly referred Ibis served io sho'w the jinpor'aucc the Dominion has attained to in the realm of confcil- crnlc slates. Inlcrcst without interference is the sentiment which under- lies the great scheme which has helped to make the Rrilish Eni- jiire what it is. It is the invisible link which holds the compon- ent parts together and stamps-their people as one. This spirit 'of mutual interest and regard _may be said to be. comparatively ".new, but il'is one wliich hcccr.-.cs more find more apparent in its progress of evolution. II is good for the Empire that it should lie so. The watchfulness-exhibited in the interest, taken places -n responsibility on'each aulominipiis-slate as well as on the centre of Empire. It gives an added responsibility and ensures a care- fulness in legislation Ihc assurance of which will go far to prc- "serve that homogeneity which lends to the stability of kindred slates. ONE LANGUAGE FOR.ALL A RACE without "a mother tongue- could not maintain its exist- ence, was an observation made at the French Convention at .JidmoDlon. This was relied on as an argument for the propa- ganda for preserving the French language in the school, the church, the family, in business, and in the press. With respect to the same il may be briefly said that the argu- -nienl is one which is not to he tolerated in dominion. It would tend, if admitted, towards the result of establishing in Canada two distinct races. That this is what is aimed at was covered in Hie remark of the Archbishop of Edmonton, where he .made use of the expression understanding between the .two races." There should not be two races in Canada, hut one. As a commercial asset, in the way of business, or for purely literary by all means let the French language he taught. But if the object of its leaching is to keep up a racial difference then, no matter its uses, its disappearanccifrom the curriculum of sub- laughl will not be a matter lo he deplored. H is lime thai there should he no such need as Frcnch-Can- 'adian lo denominate one portion of the inhabitants of the Domin- ion. The word Canadian ought (o be good enough and express- ive enough to to comprise all who live under the Union Jack with its maple leaf. In a country such as ours there should be "no need for anything in tht way of a "better understanding between Iwo races." For all praclical purposes we are one. There should be no appearance of cleavage. Our inspirations are the same for preserving Canada distinctly British not only in scnlimcnt, but also in language. It hns been our mission, and it is an Empire mission, lo as- similate all the different nationalities who come to us so that they hecome British in their ideals. Any encouragement given lo Ihe conlinuance of Iwo languages for purposes- of distiuclion will help to weaken that mission. Our motto is one Empire, one Flag, rind to uphold this it-is essentially important that there should he one language which should he distinctive of every Canadian. HOW DOKS IT LOOK NOW? to the cock-a-hoop altitude which the anli- reciprocity press took up when the measures for tariff re- [duelion were-first announced from Wosliingloii? In glotiling :terms they mentioned that Canada was going lo obtain for nolh- 'ing all that, .according fo these journals and the parly leaders fhey follow, she would have had, to sacrifice if the reciprocity .pact had been adopted. Now they are taught something in the .way of it being not desirable lo holloa till you are out of the wood, or that it does not do (o be loo cocksure. Uncle Sam has nof the reputation of giving something for nothing, and alas! for Ihe "I (old you so" crew, llicy have placed llii'inselves in wilier a lidiculous position...ScmC1 are discreetly[ silent on Ihe matter; others look upon Ihe proposal of the IVmo- orrtls in the American Senate for countervailing duties, as u mea- sure of astute policy on the p'trl of legislators to shif I Ihe region sibilily ou other governments if results arc such as to please or displease certain of Ihe American people. Let us consider Ihe new proposals which have every likeli- hood of being adopted. Jmporls of live uud groins wilh Ihc products of Ihe latter, and fresh meat arc not to he placed un- eondilionally on Ihe free list as :U first arranged. The new tariff policy contains a proviso, and thai is that they :irc to be free only lo countries which extend Ihc same freedom lo American im- ports. There is in other words to be countervailing duty. It is the reciprocity mc.is.urc once more, though in .1 differ- ent form, revived. Canada has seen fit lo lluow out Ihe benefits she had once the opportunity of Now she will be Ihe sufferer. Il is nut for one minute to be supposed that countries which export farm produce will be loo slow to accept the pro- posal which the United Slates places bcfoiv them. Canada will, conscinientry, be excluded from a market she will view wilh chagiin open lo her sister dominions and foreign countries. Froai a commercial point of view she not be in an en- viable position. She will have lo grin ami bear il, which is st very poor compensation, unless the Borden Government accepts, per- force, of circumstances, Ihnl which it refused al one lime lo consider. OUR POINT OF VIEW That British Liberal whip who invested parly funds in oil stocks apparently wanted to lubricate the machinery. The Herald congratulates Hon. C. R. Mitchell on iris election in How Valley, and congratulates the constituency on h.iving one of the bri.qhlesl ami brainiest men iii the public life of the prov- ince as member. The young lady who lost her life in Irving to spoil the Derby race is described as a martyr. Self immolation kis never been dignified with that honorable tille in the pusl. it is just possible Unit martyr is .not the mosl fitting word lo use in connection with the incident. p Defending Horn Kohl.' Rogers from Liberal attacks, the lied Deer News "The whole incident" recalls .Sir John A. Mnc- donald's saying Iliat the most sticks are found under the best apple trees." Is the N'rws willing to have this axiom apply lo the Liberal leaders, in Albcrla whom il is 'p_eisisleiilly attacking? Why should anyone epiulenm thu of I he British Liberal partyfor investing party stock? Didn't Hon. Mr. Hannn accept 5500 from a government contractor in Ontario and the man who presumed to. questioners right to do so was censured by resolution of the legislalurc.ti r? t Presbyterian Ccncrnl Assembly, has definitely commit- ted the church'- to organic union. -'-The Methodists and Congrc- gatiomilisls arc jrcadvj so that the ncstjtlircijryoars should see union an accomplished fact. There will be fluJse'wlio'objccl in all the churches, but prejudice will wither under the glowing sun of united Christianity. Jr.. pabtrs which' iml A ago {Conservative -ivlifffi'inilflll con- demned reciprocity as the 'hew 'Wilson lariff as giving Canada what il wants without Canada giving anything in return. Without comment ori the.cheapness.ofisuch a position it might be noticed thal'lhe aforesaid papers ri'avc-'suddenly been struck wilh a chill. The Wilson tariff favors are on a preferen- lial basis. y-_ What Others Think We Need This Market (Srorritng Alberlan) Tho new U. 8. tariff Is llketj to' be injurious instead of beneficial to Can- ada. The United States ivill admit free of fluty the produce of nations which give similar favors'to the Unit-. ed Slates. Willie we are 'look- Ing ever thovtariff. wall some- other' country win come ID and get the mar-; which geographically should be- long to us. -Not Likely (Ottawa Citizen) A Conservative contemporary sug- ests that, as the British parliament yium of t'o' therpan in a digging ;on5y eight feet deep. There was aa 'immediate rush to the Etxne of tho discovery, and It Is believed tbat when bedrock Is reached a return of to the pan will be secured. Tba hidden mineral wealth of C ada mubt he ot enormous value. For fienerations men will continue to stumble upon regions like the Yukon, and Sudbury, and Cobalt, and the TCT. cypine. in It win be very easy to rut through whatever amendment !E> necessary to euro the ot the Senate, ft must credit the Brittah parliament Iron nerves if it, ex- that body would take any action that would enable -Great JlrKalr fo' secure Canada's contrlbutioo, Good From the Yukon (Toronto Glote) Cobalt and the Porcupine have ri rov- ed their value as producers oE wealth, and have bad no little influence in eUadytng tho local financial situation. Trie Yufcon did much fifteen years ago to lift Canada over the depression tbat began, tn 1803, and continued till 1S37. It again become a factor in the business, situation. It Is re- ported at White Horse and Prlnco Rupert that a new placer region, ho of: Imporlacce, faaa been discovered 'The creek on a striko of the nan has made bis hctn.ninHd ''Meander" by this REalFiant gold comtnlfeioncr. it Is a tributary to the HootaHno.ua. Tlie discovery was. ir.acle by an old miner named J. MroTrn, conducted a in the Vicinity, ;and teen in the habJt of prospecting from trnrcf? Ethel-X'ot yel-hnl l'io giTen him my Lotion Transcript. If a girl worked half as hard (o please man arur marriage as she does hefore marriage, lols of'lawycra v.teSts 350, when It leaked oul thai [would atone to r.e had secured the phenomenal rc-iKnnulrer, That's West hegins. Lily smashed the Koyal Gem's AaA. drOimed the keeper In tiie .Thames! What'does this girlish prank denote? Oh, Just that Lily iranta to vo'le. Etglo. 'Assistant District Attorney Clark was conducting a caso In the Crim- inal Court.. A large, rough-shoutdorod' negro was tn the chair "And said the''witness, nil nent down In the allcj, and i few crapa." I eicralmcd Mr. Clark, saiiig. i Ing his eyeglass Imprcssliely. "N'ow, sir, I want you to address the Jury and tell ihem Jusl how you deal craps." asked the witness, rolling his eyes, lhtl Jlirr' ...r. "nni! icll (htm just how u deal craps." 'I-omme oulcn said the nit- ness; uncaslty. "fas' thing I know this gemman swln0 to rac to rtrlnk a franclsco Argonaut. the West Out where the handclasp's a mile stronger, Out whcri a'smlle naellB a llttlo Thot'a while the West bpglnn. Oul where tho sun Is a little tirlghtcr, tho enovs that fall are n trifle uhlur, Where Ihc bonds of home are a wee tit ut Uio are trine bluer, iii-vrure'MeodBtiip's a That's 'ifhtr'e the West begins. Onl-whcre a Is blowing, Where "there's" Uughter in ev'ry there's reaping and That's whir'e th'e West begins. Out where Ibe world is In the making, Where, fewer hearls'ulfh are fhaf's wbirc tbe West begins. IVnera IB' more of efnglng and less' of Where there's more of glilog and less of Tbtt'i whtre the Weat beslns. Chipmin In Denrer Republican. '6UJ--YOUR WORK DOWN ONE. THIRD A pfjabor with no dfrolnu- tloii 'of but with general wpyemeaV 6t Is a comblna- ..icr I...-I.T. I thoroughly el- i.iT'-.i s'r'.: Just OB well 1 F-.verB as by apy manuitcliirsr. Bo the questions come: Have, we efficient COWB? Do they iaveJ6r niako work? Are they so good that they decrease' both com- paratively and actually necee'sary amount of Inhor In keeping at the sama time tho income1! dairy farmer needs to answer such questions applied to his berd, and he can answer them' satlsiaclor- fly when ho keeps dairy records, A statement mado by the Dairy Division, Ottawa, regarding Ontario cows last year, was that tfalrymen are keeping IB cow's to do the Trork of 10. So it Is quite possible to-cul down work one-third, and rojolca becauss poftieselng moi0 efficient cows. To ihc icrapheap with tha old Junk! A Quebec dairyman after ono year of row testing writes the Dairy Di- vision that he now gets ai much milk from his 32 selected cojrt as ho used to get from hla larger herd of 42 Ten inefficient! were heefcd. Dairy farmers bave not time to waste- working on poor COWB, to make tbat each one payi. 0. F. W, Ottawa, June, 1913.-" "Our product Is ihoroughly tested before leafing the factory. Ko'raaa can sell tll-lf today that ins not been tested." "We manage- to sell ojr product without testing II." "Thai's What do jqu air, her rich __ brbffn soil, and nright siin- sbinCj luv'e combineti to put their -pungent into GjearHavanas I) yoU Jo iiot already know thh brand 1, quartet fpr an early introduction. You'll be (lad to continue the ihopi, in varioui thapei "BrtTM" (tape, Iwo-lor-i-qwrKr K. Webster 8 Co, Limited Sherbrookc, Canada ;