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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD. Wednesday, June 1ft, 1913 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD at It: CfflCt. S'Xt1! W. PublllMnJ Co. Alberti. CanUa. FHO.Ml Fipcrtcrtai DaBlrtmint 1224 BUCHANAN Director T. W. OUAYLE Hinging Editor JOHN TORRAMCt Managir PHOMl AJvfrt'i'nl Circulation And 1252 gust. This applies not only to moving picluros but to theati.u-al JEOftLhi, tncr.tiii. 1 losntb. deliTe.-td DAILY KVTII IT. mall by maU 'sS! i nwMi. br c.u ieairta, THf DAILY HIPALQ-rOK AT Meilelnt N Hrf CTWS Df-Jf fife- i js-sss; Jt Oa.: V. Hamilton. Plnahir CrMk-E. J. D U AVB-iU Brut CompaBT- BML Relnicfct .._ ___ Wareond dtr s I Xcva Coaipaay. fii-tui Co TW AlVs all C.P.R. train pioces where ministers of llu- eos.iel arc miule to Utlous. Such pioces ought lo be lightly tabooed. It is a cheap form of and there is uolliing ii> it to coiumeiid Hie bnuu which invented il. It is no! lo be implied by Itiese llwl Hieie is any su.icistilious odour of sauclily songM to be attached to men who lake up the ministry for their profession. It is nut llie'mdivul- I ml but tlie calling he represents that is taken into ueeount. 1 ms Mm been designated n sacred cue, and no one lhe description. All allcmpls, therefore, to burlesque its moni- Uers must its relletlion un the way in which ivliyiou is ac- customed lo, and ought lo be regarded. A public which resents such exhibitions have ewythjug lo commend them in endeavoring to preserve the serious things of life in thai atmosphere when they should bc.tillingly placed. THE WEEKLY'HIRALD 1 iccathi In advaaci T'lIE MONETARY TIMES referring to Sir Max Aikens slric- on the cities of Alberta and charging them with ovcr- horrowing, comes lo lhe defence of lhc province and says the municipalities of Alberta are no "worse than, those of any other in respect lo borrowing. There is one tinng he Times Inould bear in mind in connection with this gentleman from bng- lanU formerly of Halifax, and that is thnt he has recently suc- .lanil, lormem _ Medidne; Hat into bartering THE POLICE QUESTION, IN TUB MATTER of increasing police'Torec there are points should not be bsl sight of. The city council does not be loo ready with the desires of the Chief Con- stable. This was denoted by the. amount of discussion the ques- tion aroused, and" the 'menus adopted to endeavor to meet the request made. With legnrd lo this request il should be essentially borne in mind Unit it is not one made for purely personal reasons. Thr.t is to say, the object of the Chief of 1'olice; if have sensed it arHil -in asking.for the increase is not for the purpose of re- lieving any piirliculnr duty which falls on him; bill for adding to the efficiency of the force over which he has control. He is, or ought to be! an expert in his particular calling, and if-any one ought lo know the requirements'of the same, lo give the public all that the force is instituted for, he rationally thinking .is the person know what is required. to the area tu be supervised, and then Inking from the numbers of the police hardly appears a scheme which lias in it the elements of common ssnsc. There ought to be some tiling allowed, if it may be so put, in the way of the husmess.and organizing capacity of the Chief Constable, and this ought to have some weight with the civic authorities. He-is either capable or incapnble'of judgment, and this is a view which it impossible to get away from. As to the'method sought for meeting the situation in the way of taking two men away from the Fire Brigade and adding them lo the police force, there is something which cannot escape oriti- If these men can he sparcd-'Uien it must appear that the de j. FAvrn uurru CKAMY. -The Cigar Thai Pleases The Popular Taste It has the real Havana the mellow, richness of the Cuban leaf, It's a cigar you'll eujoy as much after dinner as you will after breakfast. It's sweet and mild, yet full flavored. You'll lite "Flor 'de Claro" it better tliau any other ice. cigar you ever smoked. Just try one well we cater to your individual taite, iu "Flor de "Flor de We pit-cite dm'' watch tlie Mh M Hawk. "Flor If you Sol in aluminum ttf, trtc to detler and he will it for yffi. .JBllllj luiim-i'i -_ Uit-lor nal CltJlU. IL Uitat "I-------; 'ceoded in hoodwinking the people-of Medicine Hat into bartering I )Q and an un- Wav a street railway franchise, and il is probably the idea llas llilllcrto bcen infiicted on tlie ratepayers, Awing a herring across the ...rail thai other are con- -_fa ,_o mnch {o say that that the vithbuf-lhc two from a monev markets'for Ihe'.cflsh. -Sir'Max can-keep rignlI on con, scnso of view bc lhc ieast efficient in the force. (By T. P. O'Connor) Loudoa, June is icg what is to be the future ot George? For serae montbs he baB teen irj. the shide: Indeed people without knowing lhe reason remarked that he was'not taking ss active .an interest in politics for a year a half as he used to. He 4s depuly leader of the House ot Commons hv virtue of his ofcce as chancellor of Iho exchequer ana as such lie. It en- titled whenever "Asquiui, lie prime minister, is absent, lo lake his place. This Lloyd George has done at ques- tion time, but on other occasions when he might have performed the same dulies, he lias been This has been inj-jrlous not only to him, but also lo the Liberal party and to tha house. For a house left without a'leader of authority official and per- sonal Is inclined to go vvronj. Not [1 ministers are tacUul and often a actless minister gets things into .Uemning Alberta eilies, but the chances are the olher words [he force aight oa borrowing when the necessary for thepurpose Br expansion and f or :th, purpose u quilfe DD5sime of ,iewhe the least emcient" in the force. (o rccl-ulled by the discards angle which it requires the tact and :e prestige of one higher up In lhe ants lo set rlshL Now Lloyd George o_ ,___0_.----------- as pjejity ol tact, he has official au- ,ay great Eqherne of social reform horlty and he has freat personal more n, who through dire force horlty an e as frea p more -rtpr a popularity anil if he nere only avail- 1 member than as a. mlnlsier. able when these (angles arise no ls- V6rk which lies to other man would get his government naail and which he can do better j icion lhal_l .THE RAILWAYS AS jSOSETWEENS. THE CANADIAN FARM-pills forward a suggestion made by a Mr. Chas.-HmveoE Bristol, Ebglaud; with regard to bnng- ina produced and consumer .together in-the-nialter.of farm pro- rfucts This U-Kiseta-Oava plan In raihvays ,n the Old CounW- 'The railway cornpanies.-.act. as. the uiav.ui.nuj... for the holding Liko1 toil like all men of Irr.iglr.tllon ud nerves, Uoyd George bis great ups downs. He can look ojie If he were going to die and'lhe next he in ruddy health the best of tplrlls. He caa be as a dof'so as to he uuable lo catrj- OD a eten wilh an ir.Umate friend, and in too days of motoring and golf be again the most talkative the gayest of party of friends. And similarly -wh this crlfls has token its final depart ure and bo Is once more free lo thlnV only 'of bis work he will be his own daring, cheery, tenacious; audaciou celt again. Hit Pinion Work What he wants most .la the prope bit of work to do. He is rasn.wh cares'only to gel tblr-gs done. Wit all bli ambition he would step out o office tomorrow, t am sure, indee he. might have steppW out ot ofnc more than a ywr ago but for tli Intervention and entreaties of h would step out of office It he thought thit.ho could carry out u and difficult (ask. Of hlt ualltles the one In he ands out froai Ibe orUlianl men round him, is In bU splendid f Inlllatlve. To draw nil the fame of a great petition, to aie ofttclal power and the mdnlra- lon. mott of It artificial and cre, are mtre empty glitter to him. Il Firm at Adamant Soft kindly, Intenielr Inv rttslonaiile as he Is.-Llojd has In the roots of hl> character nJamantlne of courage and reso- uliou Not once, many times. I have him prove ibis both pub- Icly ana priretelr. Not once, bJt t limes have 1 him enter upon courses mlgM h'nvo ended his political Apart fro.-n his early utocialioa with Us evils and Its tyranny. been broodin- over tlie Itnd'question lor Once 1 itas nis com- pinion during was too tired almost to .Join In a con- versation, ho' was top for hours every day iu the library books the land queillon whlcli he had laken with him. It wai he ijho started the private land commlilee whose investigations have set the Tories into s'j'ch a rage, and he has and effectively as a and' his Jiarty niore effectively and more rapidly out ot the mess. Absents Himself else? There ceriainly -a-hich trinjs'me to the question which Is rising 'up rapidly on the the appearance of robbing Peter to pay Paul Circumstances are not actually so batl ns lo warrant the latter. OUR POINT OF These are the quiet days of summer whcnHhe most pro- ..v-> lhc drops gl.owi_ng to of The rejuvenated baseball learn of Calgary won the here is lhe mound." Thai's a much belter place for bee emeu question.VAs' Ihe'Ca'nadian Farm observes, railway cor- ,Jlau insifc the players during a game. r, i J T, V.n Q cpnlp TllPir trSlllS i pur' Canada do business on. a, invV Innc distances to travel. A'local i vulc PI lone distances as a'lhrougVirain in England. However, ,OWI1S did not celebrate Victoria Day c suace lion bv no Hieans a bad one. gram are going in for a Dominion Day cclcbrnljon, and Jhe ThfS of points out, is the opporlullity for lhe people of Soutton Albejla-l U'sponsibUifv oisumcd" by. the railways in'Ei.gbnd of collectmg enjoy mcrnsclves. 'A'; -1 f om >he consumer and accounlirig to Ihe producer at the end of v- -4- a week or a month.- It "is doubtful whether i woula pay the rad- -vvavs' to add this nw branch'to'iheir-business.operalions unless were large enough lo warrant il, Farmers would .1 in im.rVi with Drosncclivc inging over him from his ol the unscrupulous ns bs ma.dc of his tbougbtlt i simplicity In taking up staves e American Uayconi company. Everybody now knows and even the I aid: llerest Tory acknowledges that 1 loyd Oeorge acted with perfect In e and that all the loose and ms talk about corruption must there ___jiissed even in the moat hoatile ptcches, and he has emerged from ie vrhole Icrrlblo ordeal without los- In the esteem of ricnds; rathe'r they are bound to im more closely by their resentment I'" of all (he unjust abuse liaslpe's.'? :ea pouretl npon his head.- Dut though Lloyd fie-orge knows this and Iliougli his splendid courage can n fte slate ,s B0w 1 Board tnev were larue unuuyii i" ed to adverlise their so as to get in touch with prospective customers, and an agency would be needed at local centres where orders cnn be received and distributed. Where radial railways are in essence the-schcme could be wsi'.y worked out. It is one at any rale which will he of much fchnce and is worth a trial where practicable. WHERE IT IS OBJ POTION ABLE ONTARIO moving picture censors have been exerciscc "over n "Just which first passed the and was then rccalled'and inspected again. Photographs of'the much'discussed picture show a minister behind some bushes watching a parly of girls attired in bathing costume .jvyh'cthcr or not the particular costume worn by the members o lhe bathing parly "is within or exceeds IhVlimils of lhc-pro- prieties we-are not aware. But whatever there may bc in thi Ihere cannot but be an objection amongst all right minded people to the position in which a representative of n profession which is entitled to every respect is placed, it is making a burlesque of n calling. There is in the present day loo much of a tendency to treul i-cligion in a light way, and to place those who are regarded as its exponents in positions of ridicule, goes far lo encourage lhal spirit. For the good of all, this spirit of levity should be dis- !cotralenanced, and exhibitions such as that under notice do not help in direction. There js nothing clever, even as an .extenuating circtmi- Mancc, to justify the means for catering to humor. It may ap- peal to a certain class, but lo Ihe majority of sensible people who have some respect for the. ideals which-have gone to make lhe hiwian race what il is, such pictures musS create a sense of dis- Scvcral more suffragettes go.lo jail lo devastaling gr t is a pity science cannol discover some way of preserving Ji hj'm in (he loss of without the necessity nf resorting to forcible 1' used lo i: flying toe gial r Is paid, poorly 't .nd pvo- read diligently; every wprd they have reported. It he -who the- money which was necessary to start this Investigation. It Is right to add In every step he took he had (be moat cordial co-operation of Mr.' Asqulth. Tilth whom his relations are ot warm personal sympathy-as Veil u poliilcal agreements. And he was vrays full of the subject. Incapable of Fear The ordeal thr'ougn which Lloyd Georse has recently and so undeserv- ed Iv ar.d wantonly had to ptss will perhaps increase his fitness for tho task which he'has iwit to Ufce up. Ho "ill bring to that a eprrlt not frighteued, for h'e is Incapable of fear, but perhaps more corulderele of weak and trembling brethren. The poet Us have all been rejected by partv. But the fact that iposals hire been made com- pelB iu0 l.lberal party to action; H is vrllh. with the the of Lords: upon Mm severely. He is In spite of his courage a sensilive man and ho has ake u lot from the glory of being a suffnigctle-i- Col. Dennison of Toronto is .ashamed lo go lo Englan'd for his holidays because of the Senale's gction'in demanding enchim on Ihe Burden navy [iqlicy. How- would il do ;for; this bumplious genilemnn lo remain at home. _ The suffragettes openly declare; themselves ic-ir rebellion is very mild ns compared, lo lhc higfiMfeasorViiiii i. i ,i._ ..1, nf f'nsnii nllier..TJlslci' rainiEiry TVUU ganllb task. 'And ih.t man Ie Lloyrt leorge. He Is lhe roan ivho nlr--