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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ' > THE LETHBklME PAtLiy gEBAI^P Weflnesday, March 5,1913- IJrTHBRIRGE aAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBKR1M7 Ihibll'thtd by the Lathbrldg* Harald PubltalilnB Co., Ltd., ..eykfy IMtltf valuing at Its office, SiKth Street, Lethbrld�*ym*U...... 26o. Addresaea.chanced as often as deslreit but^Mth Jiair �iid old addresaea must be Jtlreifa Vi' THg DAILY HBPALD FOB SAtE;,'at Madlelne �riat^t.r''M. Nortkam. Cranbrook, - B^' Oii^Beattle and AtchlliiWj�4v-^; Clangahotm^^^ .1. Relneoke Dl^m�|rfJ*?^|ty�i'plMnbndt ;CltT /y*5(>0ujfir, B. ci^World Wide Alao-en all C.P.B. trains Lathbrldae-Red Cross Driig � Book Store; J. G. Robertson & Co.: Jackson A Co.: Alexandra Hotel;. PMple's Drug Co.:,R. w. 3tors; Kenny & Madeod-Toun� & Hamilton. P/ncher Creek-B. J. ?Mlt(*ellj D. U MoCrea, Tabet^Westlake Bros., , � Oari(ston�l�" >no district , 1 rear la advance.........fl.ping their %iroduce. . faUpre of railways to oatry out their promises causes one of the pressing burdens under whloh the WostTis; at present suifering. The �\V;ntern tq^bers have fully gauged this, ^aiiitd'it); ufflng drastic acUon are fulde4,;|y;'||;ej^JnterestB of the com-munltiea?tbey represent. A common-^.nsiar^redsuinfi^dation was ..that of Hon. *Vattk Oliver, when he urged that railfDadSlrhlCh tailed to t)Ulld in dis-trlets' Whleh they preempted should have their. oharters wiped out, and given to'-theli^'competitors.   . Rull-wiys have donc much in helping ,t 4)ut hy saying he said there was no p'public" demonstration. At the same Hme Joseph does not tell the Calgary lipaper ^hat there was a private oele-'Ijfatlbn;-. . ' . ,,We thought Mr. Card wag "too good i^|QardBton man to make any eueh I^Wes^'apblbgyito men. who were.foul-Jngjjthe fair name of Cardston ill over fnkdai flnst^d of trying Ho help respbnaihlessUke--Bennett out of'ft )le, ,rjlr. "Garcl should iie a mover in filling & jtaasa meeting of Cardston people to protest against the foul as-pe�^IiMti;VAS �n "absolute untruth." ^ Mr, "Card believes that and he would stand ftettef with Cardston people if he eonpnued to stand by that state-taeajs vath^r tbhn to make any.half-i^ea:ci'whloh Is obtained through too oll|5!9..oogtly experience. Ther� is Boihing Btopian In the gehergi^rBgd it haa the merit of seeking to ^vvelop ihe' first-elements of education ;!�(thloh mankind has received. Metliods for increasing the produce. QjFi4;he earth are in their �cope benetiol^lHo everybody, and the plan go'ni^htto he carried, out appears to designed on truly altruistio lines. Hoiysy iptlgt on education of this de-scrip^6n>l8 �r)MJticiil turn of mind, and he' In dftrtajnly setting an example Vpl6t do much to remove the an: tajpfdnism which exislg againn those rrli0.kf?rf$$ArA6^ as having accumu-UtedtOO much Of the world's riches, indigcriminate charity by the rich fiery' rfften'lftlls �in any lasting good to the feeiplentSi but the spending of nHoney to i^Mve at results which all mayn celebrated the defeat ot British arms In South Africa? Ho _ stated in a letter to a Calgary paper | Calgary. that he gaVS'thls paper a denial that Americans ever Indulged in such a celebration. -The inference, without a_ specific charga being made;,l8 that other people.n^ay have held sucli a celebratlonj \J;*rhe Herald isysiirprlsed,. that such ji Rood booster aa'J'fr. Card should develop into a 'nasty, "knocker to please'hlsf: Conservative frlendg -In Mexico's Disgrace , t (Winnipeg Telegram) It will be exceedingly difficult for the new admlnlstratipn In. lyiexico to convince the �clvlllisBd world that tlie killing ot the^ Madcros and Genera Saurez was not f deliberately plannec murder without justification whatever and utterly violate of self-contained government, fhe ottloial version ot this revolting culmination of the overthrow of the Madero regime Is covered with, the atanvp,gf Insiacerlty, OUR POINT Off. VIEW That wag pnnoblinjt sentiment that Vice-President Marshall worked oft tb his luciugural address. ^ The Ideal la great v^nlj lo the S^iAent-'in which thd performancL bamaonlzeB: with it. TUe people of ^is tfounttyvare.ndt uflavoi ot'a perMtuaKpoltcy ot coi-t uton and tSat^-iif^li'^the polio^J Wdlf'until bethbridge, goes out atter'^ th^'^industriea and �ee them ?^l^l.iZ'^^''ii,''r^� . Kurd- thinks that there might he a ^M,4t^nM"^^i^!;l^^�lf^^ high.sea fleet, to'which the colonies IT'^.:^ could contri^^^^^^^ stationed in �'Looks Inconsistehe" " '"^^^(Toronto Star)':'. delay should put up ilr. Bennett oi' Calgary to talk nearly'four hours on such questions as Mr. Oliver's refusal to sing ,vli?n the Tories Sang. Gplng Some , (Stratford Beacon) One telephone to ev^ry eight pei^ sons in Canada is; what the latest re-turns'-shbw, and It'iSihot jet forty years- since ie Was �invented and scarcely :then considered more than a scientific toy. ' Tile Effect At)road (Calgary Albertan) The' Albertan is informed that the promotion companies across the 1'�^, who are endeavoring to turn the hungry land-seeker across the line from his northward treki are .publishing broadcast very^. full reference to the; speeches made-by R. B.,Bennett in" the House of Commons. 5"hey are pbifitlng out that the-man'fn* olHce in Canada do nott w^nt them to come here, and are moving against it. They are giving publicity to these statements to show, that the American settlers will not have a fair chance in Canada. We doubt if this sort of campaign will have any very great effect, but it gives one :thi6'> opinion of the outsider. � ' :, The serious effect is right here in Canada. Mr, Bennett not onlyvques-tlons the loyalty of' a large section cf our population, hut announces to the world thatthey are" disloyal and untrue to their new allegiance. He attempts to, retard the: ;SriO  ^ "So' good  of  lilhir^^ '.and  BlmHar  ex-.-clamations were heard: as.'the.cheque; was passed around for the-'admlEatlon'f of the party. - "But," said the lady who handled the cheque last, "you haven't signed � it." J^""That Is because I do nOt wish my Hfenefactlohs known to the world," said the manager modestly. "I wish .to give the Cheque anonymouely.:''And. �hir'�bWea' the ladies out'with-^retit:! dignity ."ii-' --  - � - 'i [luu-auvu an .iiuswi>.ii|> xiod l,u,..i, �uv� To his Surprise thc child flashed .on Sir Wilfrid Jiauffer PFOpdses Canada him a loolc of Jiitter contempt.:."Why, shall huild, one eaphVfor the Atlantic you wicked old'^man," ahe'said, stamp- and Pacific, reapectlvely-Will serve ing btr tiny foot; "you had my niok- merely as an effective target for the :^1 all the time." well-drilled and/ numeroua squadron of an enemy.''/ ' ' � The moral the . "TlmeB draws � from A Drum.mer Story'. ,"' ~' �uv uiuiai .i,uc , a.^>uco u,:c�i,o "uli. A drummer'found ,a lady quietly this Is not, ag we mjght reasonably weeping on the train, and''t'o pass the suppose, that Canada'and Australia time he aaked'her it he'could assist should strengtKen the Hlmpire's naval her In any way. She said'"no." ' ^ defence by confining themBelves to He pei'sisted, howeVer, and finally the maintenance: of'cruiserg"and de- she told him that alie had-just lost stroyersi leaving; Bri):ali^:: to provide her seventh husband. He drew a long "Dr. ptewart neither made.a. speech nor vqted on the railway taxation 4U�t|on,, ghp^ing that the , doctor, oj^^g^d' -to his party leaders, }^ad ^ |q', a�||re to pile on the embar- e. of the oppositipn at \ the "rallw.ay 'taxaUon ^(imVwhat of ;b joke. One il|lent members wanted It''s not the mechanical perfec- � tion;of any one part of the Ford ; --it's-the'-perfection of all its f-.parts:1VQrking in perfect harV . jnon^TT-thi'at malces it the car of ,imiAWsaL and unprecedented _________ ^ ^ , l?d^,a''r--'hi% fiih^^^^^ .200,000 in service. 'New ^ripe8--rr.una^jiiiut,:J^.7i>: -touring ?750-town, oar IVOOpA-^^ith'a^ , equipment, f.o.b.-WalkerwiH$,,'Ont. Oet par-. y/'; tloul^^p from \ ' CitENISTEB & VIRTUE ie92'3r'8i , 1 GRANARY 12 x 16. 1 MACHINE SHEDi 24.X 30. 1 CHICKEN HOUSE, 10 x 24. 1 26.FOOT HARROW. 1 12.F00T STEEL HARROW, 2 6-POOT DISC HARROWS, , 4 8-FOOT OUT THROW DISC HAR'nOWf.-'4 a-FOOT IN THROW DISC HARROWS, " 1 COMPLETE SET BLACKSMIf H'8 ^TOOH* 1 14-FOOT SURFACE, pACKSR,= , 1 41/2-FOOT DEERINQ MOWKRj 1 12-FOOT HAY RAKE. - 1 qrAin PIOKLER. . 1 16-IKICH STONE BURR FEED MILL. -25 TONS STEAM-COAL. 1.) 1 DRILL HITCH and 1 DISC HITGM-fPr.BNCl|NK 4DU0K8, WHITEPBKCN.. J ; ..  ,400 POUND* BiW5tf^'TWlN-ft;';.^''-' HOU86HOLD CLUDINGi and KITCHEN-ffUBNl^URR, IN-1 MOORE No. g; SrilEL^'^RArjdE.' TERMS:-All auma nO.OO: and und�r caehroV^ritlisit-amount 2B% cash,-balance h4nJ5p,W9'nptef ing Interest at 8%, duo Novaji((ber l^t, 1918, 6xcept on engine, sejiarator and WW, on ^yMoh^We will give longer terms. 10%,. per annum off,'.all credit Amounts, fot.oash. ' Q0^fn.()|^^;\^f,ljifir m'ent to be made for all goo^p purs!%sed before removing; from premim^^ , ' . ,,v> Free^|Lun<:h i