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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KOHR THE LETHimiUGB DAILY HKHALD FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 19U THE HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Putlished'by the t-ethbrio'ti Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Us office. SUlh St, Ltlhbridje, Altcrti. Canada. W. A, Director, JOHN Manajer PHONE: PHONE: it, Rcportoriat ar.S Nev.4 Departfnent 1224 ilng. Circulation artel Jet) Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 34.00 1 year, by mall 6 months, by luall................ l-iacaii'.r' delivered J1-W S months, by 1 racnth. delivered ..................M 1 month, by mall cbaasM as ol'.en as deslr-rf. >iat both atw and old addresses must be slvec. 51.56 .75 .25 HERALD FOR Lethbriise Hed Cross. Seattle t Lake GrasEj" Lake Book Store; J. G.' ertson Co.: Jackson Keinp Cohen Co.; Aleiandra Hotel; Provincial Agency. LJruj Store; Kenay Lead. eg Book ac4 Allin; LethbrMse Dr. Store, Sth, Ate. Cigar Drug World News Co. Diamond Dr. Westlake Bros. tfancouver The Wide Station Edward Road. Medicine Hat Co.; Nuns Shop, 415 GramrcU Paul World News Co. Czrmangay Clarence Knol- Jamlesoa A- Hirer Side World News Co, i THE WEEKLY HERALD P-b'Ubed every Wednesday in eight or core pages, end contains summary of the newa ol the- week, locil and JI.CO 6 months In advance 50o THE LIBRARY SITE. IK there are no legal objections against placing Ilic proposed Carnegie library in GalL Gard- ens, Ihere should be no 'further- cruestion about the site. It is an ideal spot for such an institu- tion. Not only would it be convenient, being on all car lines, but it would add to the attractive- ness of the city's finest beauty spot. The fact thai the site would cost nolluiig is an added argument in favor of the park site. The only thing to be guarded against would he the erection of a build- ing which would not conform In the general plan of the gardens, but this is only a minor considers lion. The commissioners should waste no time over .tliis matter. The people wanl ravy, and they.want it right away. Timinary dclai) should be cleared up ready early slarl when the building season openf .V "EMPTY SHIPS." ALTHOUGH Conservative organs all. ovtiv Hi country made more or the olhe (lay oul of the slory that Winston Churchill at vocalc-s Britain's laying down three more.dreac iioughls Io lake (he place of proposed Cai adian conlribulion, very IHtle allentipn'lias bee paid to an authentic iiem of news, which" ha come over the water, Io the cITecl dial !'lhe Br tish fleet is short of sailors." Crews cannot found for some of the new ships. Under the circumstances which do you thir the Mother Country would Capadia navy of Canadian vessels manned by Canadia men and maintained out of Canada's treasury, or three hulks for which she would have Io supply the most important part of Ihe fighting machin- ery? Seeing that Hie emergency has vanished into thin air, is it nol about lime Canada was following the lead of Britain's younger sons, and building a ficcl of her own? king that the present linaucial arrangements lould be continued, and that the natural re- urces should also be given to the provinces, are aking nn unfair request. This is a very flimsy icuse. Mr. Borden promised to restore the ,iUiral resources, and it is liis business to make is proposition to the western provinces, and len thev can decide whether they will accept or Wio has deserted Asiuilh on the Home Rule Hill, and suswsts a com- promise that would proUdo u measure of Ulster Hule. and talks tt violent disciplined of tho H described as' "a bombshell thrown jlu the ranks of co.llitiou by tic hands jot a friend." The Unionists afo great, lly elated over Harrison's recantation of belief In Home'Rule. OF I OPPOSED I THINK THEY ARE IDEAL BUT TOO MUCH EXPENSE JUST- AT PRESENT I Host of the members ot Ib'e- Boirc I of Trade Council, which met in.' thel j i it .IK Trade Lounnl. wnicn ot. He is simply using the request made by tlie i teffltu weekly conclave _____ today'.'a 'rentiers to abandon his position from 1905 tuincon at the Lethbridge hotel, are 911. During all those years, Mr. Borden Was ujposKl to ti advocate of the return of natural oppoSeB t ources of the western provinces. In all of his meters, but as ihe president pu tatemeuts he never said restoration of j it, "The meters arc the ideal-thin hese resources would depend.upon the political; omplexion of Hie governments in power in Sas- js responsible lor Ihe- .larg katchewan and Alberta. His statements were.ex- j wastes which cause such strajns, ilicit that if he was returned to power, Alberta r' discussion ind Saskatchewan would be given their natural If he meant what he said, all he had Io do wns to call Ihe Premiers of these into conference and arrange a basis for the re-1 the city to help .'jh turn of. the resources. H is worlh iirj solve a very kr.qtty athitrary iu jiny SCDSO, but vej mind that Jlahitoba had its boundaries enlarged i ,y _ by thejiresenl governmcnl in 1912. -The rcsour-', The suggts: PM nf HIP added territory were kept in Ihe hands'.- tcceivnl By commissiorie a very lir.qtly problem.'of lio ,ve st ions' COWAN5 The Confections now. comes in of packages. 'Just the. right size to'-slijiin your your holds just enough.: EVERYWHERE, -CENTS very eshaustiv v TO MAKE THE PRA1R1B BI.OHSOM. SO far as the Herald understands the facts of the case, the Board of Trade can make no inislake in endorsing any proposition which will result in furnishing an irrigation system in the Iron Springs, Turin and other districts .north of the llelly river. This system has been felt to be a necessity for some years. It is probably not imperalivc if the district is to remain a strictly grain growing community, but the fanners living there arc convinced that stock raising is (heir salvation, and a plentiful supply of water is one of the first requisites. The Dominion government has had a survey made of the area which could be irrigated and report has it that acres can be put under1 irrigation by incuns of a dilch taken frum the Old Man river. While it liiis not, up to this time, been the practice of the government to under- take such projects, we hope they will sue their way clear, in this case, In follow Hie lead of the I'. S. government and miike reclamation service part of their work. It will mean millions to c'rn Canada. Lcthbridge should get behind this new pro- ject and help to gel it launched. Once the system !s in operation, Lcthbridge will lie in the very centre uf n scries of irrigation projects covering the territory right from Flassnno to the inter- national boundary. of Ihe added lerritorj- were kept of the 'Dominion, arid even some of the lands possessed by the Manitoba government up Io that lime, were taken back inlu the control of the Do- minion, and the money grant lieu there- of. Prior to Ibis time, Mr.-Borden had talked about the free men of flic free west having free possession and control of Uieir resources. Yet al the first opportunity he abandoned, the policy and took away from Maniloha some of the resources j within the territory added to that province. Thej atguinents of the Conservatives of .Alhcrla Saskatchewan has been thai'if'these nrovir were friendly Ip the Conservative government at Ollawa, the natural be restored at once. Yel we have the ,casc of Manitoba, where ihe Conservative government is strongly entrenched and loyal io Ihe governmcnl al Olla- wa, nol being able Io secure possession of natural fact, losing all the nnlurnl j resources it possessed, and Mr. Horcicn is llit who is responsible for Manitoba's loss. The res- toration of Ihe nalural resources.was a promin- ent plank in the Halifax pluifdnn upon which Mr. Borden appealed in the campaign of 15M1, but like many olher planks if hns been cast over board. No longer will the Conservatives of Sas- katchewan and Alberta be able Io argue wilh a friendly Tory government nl Edmonton i and Regina the resources will be returned those provinces. The treatment of Manitoba lias proven that the natural resources plitnk of Ihej platform was merely used for campaign pur- poses, and not wilh any intention of being put info effect. I fussier disclosed and great citizenship. -The com- were made 'to feel that1 if they decided not -with'-lhe expenditure for water would have the support o! responsible citucr.s in'any steps taken, toward nluinoing inspection, and proceedings against faulty plumbing and 'any oth- er form'of waste? pit. MJU.KIl Dr. 'Jliilcr, sufierlntciiilcnt nical education, who .has been in Ine city for the past few days' tions, spoke very brieny.- to the meoibers of the council, and paved tbe way for a longer and fuller io l.t given at some time in the near future. He- oipressetl his plea- sure in meeting with the business men of the city, and explained that Hon. Mr. Hoyle, the Minister of Kdu- catidii, .was trying t.ojtiicct into the operation of the affair's of (he depart- and in the building .and exten- sion of the schools; the principles o! the businessman, so that these schools might serve, the community 'more fully. H is.thoMntention.oi the Min- ister-to extend'the. scope" of service of tbe. educational system of the province, and this is' the subject up- on which Dr. will adiliess the board at some future time, in a more exhaustive mancer. The luncheon served by. Mine Host Miebach, .was as tempting as 'usual, and about 35 sat dowu to the boun- tiful toard. Sale of "Sunkist" Oranges AGAIN IN HOLDS SWAY AUSTRIAN HOUSE Vienna, March lower house [Of the 'Austrian parliament, whose sessions were suspended on January 30, owing to the violent obstruction ot -the deputies, re-assembled today, but again brought to aa abrupt stop by the tumult ralEed by meicbcrs. The obstruction of the Czech dep- uties was brought about lij; the at- titude adopted by the government in th'e settlement of German and (Jzoch differences in Moheir.ta, which the Czech's regard 'as ucduly favoring the Germans. OTJH POINT OF The Board of Trade is opposed In wain- meters, not its a mailer of principle, Init as matter of affcciing Ihe pockcllxjok. Ami lasl analysis it i; Ihe pockclbook thai lalks. MR. BORDEN SHOULD NAME THE TERMS. Mil, BOHDBN has turned his back on his pn; mise to the western provinces Ilicir natural This'is evident from Ihe ipecch he made in the House of Hie other day. He says that ho was prepared to re- luni the natural resources on fair terms but fha It looks as if Malinger Ellison of the Hnymond sugar factory were taking the right course in his policy to supply rcndy made beet fnfhis for fam- ilies who will engage in Hint industry. It will be ,i big boost for Ilaymond help to Jnnld up this impiirlHiit industry at the same lime. ihc ProinieW of Saskalcliewpn imd Albcrlu by tension rclaM-s. Lclhliridgc bnnk clearings show (lie stability of Ihe city. We may not have grown so rapidly as oilier places in Hie wcsl, but we haven't tuid'fo climb down very far during the quiet period. arc on our Iocs ready to spring forward when Ihe "Force' Eaters Love Breakfast They come to if with' a healthy appetite and find lots of nour- ishment in these crisp, brown flakes of wheat cooked with malt. You try it for a we tit It's a great (odd' with a gftat taste. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES H.Jo t'jr' The H-0 Company, Hamilloo COMES BACK TO LETHBRIOGE Thos. II. UnderaooJ ot Weybiirn has signed a contract to manage th( new Kins'e Hotel In North Ixillibrldei (or one year. The hotel Is expectei to be completed by June J. DR. M. W, PLANK, V.S. Not a teed in "Sunkitt." Jiiicy, "rich', 'healthful the finest selected tree-ripened fr'uiC erowa in the world. "SUNKIST" oranecs are ihc cleanest of all fruits. Never touched by bare Sunkist'.1 pickers and packers wear, clean cotton gloves while at work. Buy a box of "SUNKIST" cheaper' by the box or half-box than by the doien. "Sunkist" lemons are the. mostly "Suiskist" Orangei and Lemons Bring Handsome Rogers Siherware This handsome orinxe spoon sen! to you forM BunlHit trndemarks and 12 cents. Ttiilcmp.tkB, rom Red Ball oraneeandleraoawrttppsrfcountfamoiis Suulcls.. la remHtinsr, send nmoyntj of 20 cents or over by Note, Post Office or E.preis Money Order. Buy "SiinkiBt" Send your name and full address (or out complele frw premium circular and t Pnmiam Clak Plan. nil orders for premium silverware and all c uicatiocs to CaUforaia Fruit IDS Street, Eut, Cor. Clmick TORONTO, ONT. (IM) SOLDIER DEAD: CRIMEAN WAR VETERAN N Winnipeg, Men., March Johnston, Itvter of the tend ot tho 00th Winnipeg lllflcs for Iwenly years, from 1885 to 1910, died at his home here today, aged 71, after a long Illness. Ho .born .In Ireland, and served In the British Army under throe -sovereigns, taklnc part In the ('rlmciin and tlio In- illan mutiny Before' acltllnj in Can- ada. SCHEDULE Well known Canadian who died on Feb. 23. Dr.'Planli was liorso Inipcck r.r (or tho government In tho Niagara Peninsula during the fool nnd mouth dieeasc outbreak four years ago. He was a prominent MclhodlRt and Ma- I ponlo member, DEl'AHTURES EFFECTIVE FEB. 8, 1! TRAIN NO. T0 511 IHIly (Kxcopl Htinday} "1R Dltlv 111 Dally (Except Sunday) ..........Mwllclne <.......................Medic me Dally (Bxcepl Sunday) Dally (Excer.t Sunday) llally (Kiccpt Sunday) ARRIVALS FROM ...Cronbrook .Medicine Hat 514 ;M 6B7 oSo Hat Hal .......Cardslon Kails TRAfN NO." 515 Dally (Bjccpt iiundny) 514 Dally .Dully (Kxccpt Sunday) HOUR DEPART JO. If. HOUR ARRIVAL 513 Dally S47 .Dally (Ktcei.t Sunday) Ually lExccul Sunday) 664 EalljMEicepl Sundayl ..Medicine Hal Calgary .Cardslon ..Great Kails ;