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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 5. 19H THE LEtHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER Pjfclllhtd by the Herald Printlnj Co., Ltd.. lawful evtnlng at tti Sixth St, Leti-bridje, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Dlrtclor JOHN TORRANCE-BullntM Manager PHONE: Repcrlorlal Department 1224 CIrciitatton and 125-2 ered S months, ueilveral 1 delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES W.OO 1 I ear, by as all M-W S oonths, by mall S'-W 3 inoatti. by mall 1 month, by mall S3.CO SI.50 .75 .25 ctsnjed as odea as desired, bal both new si-.J oM address mist be given. THE HEHALD FOR SALE AT Cross Drus Cranbrook-Beattle t Mur- Grawy 01 pij- Co.; Cranbrooi UooV Company. Company. Plnchsr McCrea: Mitchell Diur Co. Bros. World News Co.; News Street. v Co. "05-Rive.- Avenue. Book Store; J. O. Rob- ertson Co.: Jaetson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- tla's Dius Kenny t Allin; Ltthbrldso Hotel Cigar Siand. Dlimond D'Are, Medicine Hit ASSinlbola Hotel. D. ___, Llis Hotel. CchtB Agency. Book aad News Store, 10SA Stti West; T.'oili Cc. Pinchcr Station Kdward Read. St. News Co. Knot- den. N'cwa Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD PcKUh.1 every Wednesday In eisht Contain, J1.W 6 months In adduce of tbe news ot tis BUCHANAN'S REVS together, and they fill the I katclwwan and Albert" was held, and largest hall in CilgaiyV anil he, makes i i( has Ken Ulwew In statement coming the.worli of the ui.nio to you on Uhalt prut; Tbe follow 105 flora Hansjrd gives] a verbatim report ot Mr. Vf. A. Bu- chanan's speech In the House ot I'cun- nons on Keb. 31, relative lo provin- cial control ol natural resources: Ur. W.A. Buchanan (Medicine Hat) 1 would like to deal with a nattet of considerable to tbe westera provinces. This House is fa- miliar with the. fact that the policy of the present Prime Minister, the leadw ot the Opposition ia ISM, was favorablt to the transfer! to the wes- tern provinces oi their natural re- sources. That policy was adhered during tbe campaign ot aai I to ascertain from the Prime, Minister today whether K is to of the government to trans- fer to the western provinces tbeli na- tural resources, as promised by ilm sell in many public declaration! throughout .western prom Ised on the Halifax platform and a! prolmnently mentioned In the Con servatives' handbook which was tree- ly distributed throughout the country during tbe 1S11 campaign. It has bees 'Said that, on accouo of the fact that certafc oi the- prov- inces ot western Canada have return ed Liberal governments to admlniste their policy ot the Prim Minister has cot been acceptable t the people o! the West. I do no think that argument holds water, lo e promises. 1 was ot the opinion at be would carry out his promises promptly as he could. Instead of lat.-the Prime Minister ol thiscouu- y is departing from the policy htcli ke had in 1955 and lo because we ttit the bora- Hies of Manitoba were extended the ,ea ot living the provinces their na- ural resources was to a greater S3 extent abandoned. But early THE POSITION OF ULSTER. WHAT the proposed concessions to Ulster are lo be will be a mailer of interest not p.hly 16 the people of Great Britain, bill to those in the Overseas Dominions. For the Home Rule ques.- llpn is an Imperial question, and with the Wliiics of conflict Muted at by Ulster, the Empire high time that the remqdy should arrive. .Mr. Hatch's scheme looks good. It will mean a Leth- bridge price for live stock, although this price may not be established by local consumption or demand for a while, yet the fact that the world's markets are open lo us guarantees unlimited competition in buying so there can be no doubt but what it will be satisfactory. Prices are good now but they will be better when this market is this reasoa, that ever since the- firs elections in 1905 and the elections o 1909 in the provinces oi the flwt th Prime Minister has a'ibered to tha part of his platform in regard to th :eturn to the western provinces their natural resources. In th campaign this was oce ot the ments used to offset strong sen- timent in favor of reciprocity in tbe prairia provinces. I had very much pleasure in listening rill look to wise salesmanship to solve in a fair for many incidental expenses incur red by the buyer, which are always paid by the herc possible, a conciliatory manner of the most intricate problems of the day. Monday next is the day: fixed by Mr. 'Asquilh for making his statement. At this stage it would be opportune to con- skier the position taken up by Protestant Ulster in .one particular, and that is with 'reference to the proposed reduction of Irish members iu Ihe- linpcfial parliament frgm 103 to 42, as Ihe out- come of Home Rule. Under the. BUI the present representalion_of Ulster will be reduced from 33 1 Pro'.cslanMIlster strongly objects lo as one of the grounds against lhe: granting of Home Rule. It is one which ap- pears a constitutionally knotty point for Premier Asquith to gel over. Protestant Ulster-has also tliis contention that at present it is under-reprH- sented in. the Imperial Parliament according to population. That Home Rule for Ireland is inevitable, sooner or later, may be taken for granted. It is only a case of a wise measure being brought into effect which will meet as far as possible with the wishes, of both, parlies in.Ireland for the. assur- Hiicc.'df peace, and for a time, but for all time. With this hope "we await with in- terest the outcome of next Monday's1 announce- ment. session anil the record ol-lke govern- ment; Ot course, as tuts matter ot iiatural-resources is. vital.to the peo- ple of the West promise'made to it, 1 rpmijW them, unless they returned 7dniervative governments to power .n Alberta ar.d Saskatchewan. Tbe Prime 'Minister, Holding the high ideals on public question's to -which given expression, should note these facts. 1 to his attention thftse arguments which are used by They only the Premiers oi, production, he provinces'of Alberta and Sas-[ which there are I.iber- il governments, but also by the 1're- nler of Sir Itodmond P.ob- in. In a leiter to the Prime Minister if the Dominion, these Premiers say: December i3, 1913. Tbe Ut. Hon. R. Dorden, Prime Mir.isler, Ottawa. Deir having an intrr- .iew'with you in regard to the ques- tions in respect ol which the prairie provinces received different treatment from tne'other provinces ol Canada, at your'.suggestlon1, 'n'meeting ot the Premiers; of. Manitoba, Sas Tim ol 4.10. so IOO Cukts LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE sory. The proposal for initiating legislation to mate the attendance of every voter at the polling booth compnlsory is a measure which is primarily aim- ed at preventing personation. It is outlined on the truth that you may take a horse lo (he water -Isat you cannot make him drink, therefore at- tendance only wilh no obligation to vote is re- quired. The proposal may at first flush appear as if infringing on the liberties of the subject. But as al ccrlain limes martial law is considered jus- tifiable the proposal if legalized can furnish the excuse of expediency under present existing1 and tindesirable circumstances. In addition lo 'providing against the means of personation the (rend of the proposed legislation, should it ever find its way into the statute books, would he to do away wilh the expenditure the present system of bringing voters lo the booths lends itself lo. To infer nothing further parly of corpulent female timgoers in an eastern city shattered the plaster on the ceiling below, while being instructed in the dance that everybody is trying to' do. Naturally the hus- band of the woman who started tilings registered a strenuous kick when asked to pay the damages, and the matter may go to the courts. The judge should make the women pay according to weight. his followers in western Canada. have become an admirer ol the independence of my fellow repre- sentative from the province of Al- berta, the hon. member for Calgary oi the western provinces to own and He It a representative control ttieir public domain. It is the 0( a certain type oi western senti- riehl of the people in those provinces mM1t, which arc independent enough to have their, public lands aad natur- to al resources administered by 'heir i out plainly. I remember very much Irn- a a own governments under the control ol (.ne remarks made by the e sa that tures. They say that (or Calgary (Mr. Ben- OTHER VIEWPOINTS The government of England has decided lo omit naval manoeuvres this year, and thus save the taxpayers The saving.is worth making, but even more worth while is the sug- gestion of confidence and of a peaceful Spokesman Review. TRAIN NO.. ill Dally (Escept Sunday) 513 Dally Dally Sunday) 514 Dally (Excfcpt Sunday) Daily (Ejceiii Buticisf) 5C5 'Dally (Escejit Sunday) TRAIN NO. DEPARTURES EFFECTIVE FEB. 8, 1S14. TO .Cranbrook ......Cranbroofc ......Medicine Hat ......Medicine Hat ......Calgary ......Cardstoa ......Great Falls ARRIVALS FROM ff- Church of England bishops are having a go.b- jy lime trying to find out if they've the nerve lo strike out of the woman's side of the marriage vow the word "obey." Isn't the issue one of right interpretation rather than the axe? Give us the power lo construe the word, and we'd like fo see it not only kept in the woman's half, hut also put into the men's. Of course, lo expect a women lo do the bid- they are free men ar.d being-free men O'n tne occasion of the annua in a free country have as good a meeting ot his electors which it ib right to control through their own lo- Us to hold. And It is a very cai legislatures, and by their owp K0oa'idea: The'member gathers the provincial eieculives, tbe administra-. lion o! their public lands and natural tesourcea as have Ike. people oi any of the eastern piovlnces who enjoy and have enjoyed that The Lib- jral-Consetvatlve party supports that claim and will enforce it at tie. .first opportunity. Tbe 'fust opportunity came at md ol 1911. That opportunity has ex- isted during the years 1114 1113, ar.d exists at the present time. people of the West, believing that Prime Minister was in earnest In the promise which he Made to .them na- turally expect him to ,fatry out his policy, even though the West not- returning lo his support a majority of ils members, or even though ot the western provinces are apt (12 Daily 611 513 647 (Except Sur.day) ..........Crsnbrook .................Cranbroo'x HOUR DEPART 15.65 4.35 15.30 u.in 16.15 II.K HOUR ARRIVAL .IS.20 Dally (Except Sunday) 668 .Daily (Except Sunday) 564 Daily (Except Sunday) ..........Calgary ..........Cardston ..........Great Falls 13.30 10.2S IS.15 lends ttscii 10. ip inier notning lurtner Of course, lo expecl a women lo do tne bid- it is incidentals such ns these which help !o makt ding of a burly, bralal husband irisrely because a call for the existence of campaign funds. 'he has a bully's might, is absurd and abhorrent. STOCKYARDS THE REMEDY. IT will not be long until the good effects of the Lcthbridge stockyards will bcgia lo be felt. Just as soon as the plan! is put into operation, the benefits accrue. The one great draw- back to all the agt'Ulion for mixed farming, has swept this western prairie, has been Ihe unsettled and unsatisfactory slate of the mar- ket. As the growing of live stock increased these mailers adjusted. themselves, but this Southern Alberla country has been rather backward in this regard. The increase here may no! have ttecn 50 rapid, huf it has been steady, and it is f that's what "obey" means or was meant lo nean, then out it ought lo go, Hie quicker Ihe letter. And it is unfortunately true that creatures of [he male persuasion have been known and ore c.xlanl today (lliough believe growing fewer) who have Ihe colossal effrontery to adopt that construction and expect the law to back them in Our iden is different. Where love truly is, Ihe obedience it exacts doesn'l rcsl on force or ob- ligation, but on willingness, eagerness. To obey llm one. you love is u News, it. o e I porting a Conservative government, because there was stipulation that hsse resources would he- handed over only when the Conservative party was in power in the western provino Furlher, in regard to the fllaftorm pledges of the leader ol the Conserva- tive party in the 1911 campaign; 1 would like, to quote what he silted at mtllefold In order to chow his In- sincerity. This is T.-hat he if it should be the Will oKthe peo- ple p! Can ail a to impose upon mii the great responsibility of belag called upon to form a government in Cari- a-la and alter that government his liccn' formed, 'the policy 1" 6'avc but1 liried will be carried out by tho.'gov- crninerLt as I have Mated, or one man of the government will go out ol Pub- lic life. were veiy striking and very Important I always .had a very high conception ol then leader of the Opposition. .1. Wlsvcd that he was sii.cere in Ma attitude ofi public- questions. 1 was' not so' nar- row a partisan as to believe that If the then loader of the Opposition was returned to lead