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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED agCEMaKKIfor Publl�h�d by the Lethbrldga H�ral�! PubUattlng Co., Ltd., ev�ry lawfu; venln'd at lu oflloej sixtH Straat, Lethbrldga, Albarta, ounada. W, A. BUCHANAN Managing Oiraotor T. W. QUAYLB Managing Bdit*r JOHN TORRANca Bualntaa Managar- . PHONEi Editorial, Rcportorlal And Nawa Dep,artinant 1224 PHONEl AdvRrtUing Circulation And Job Departmantt m ^ 12 52 ^ DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES J year, delivered ...... 6 months, deltverefl .... S months, aellverftJ; .... 1 month, delwered �4.00 1 irear, by maU ... Sfgo ( tnoBths, by ipall 33c. I month, by ijiall . $1,50 25c. Addresses chimeed as often a� daslred. but botJi new and old addresses muat be given. ^ ..... THE DAILY HERALD FOR SAtE AT Lath bddoft-Red Cros� Dl-u(f A JSook S�orft; J. O. Roberlson & Co.: Jackson & Co.; Ailuz-andra Hotel: People's DruC Store; Kenny & Allln. Macleod-Tounr ft Co.! B.!'W. Hamilton. Pln�h*i�- Creek-B. 'r, Mftbhel|f Tabe^~Westlako" Bros. . Cai. . ClKrtaholm-O. L. RiWitflta piemond CIt/frOtambnd City Dru� Co. V*ftiaBU*�f,.;a.-.:c.-World Wide V Newa Company., MtanaaD�U�_attiim * Brown. 21S-;ith Street. Spokana-fl'he Jatnleson Nawa Coi, 7�S,'UlTerslde Avenue. AI�o.�if all CKK; tralna ' THE WEEKLY HERALD " ,'� . PubllBhed. every. WednaadayJn;alSht jf^fjPSfefi 5f,l.?et"*^ * . summary of the news ottlwl v^eek, mcftl and district 1 year l� adtinc* ......�Li.';..-> 3 "moflUto lit aatanc* ..... � - . f  � iHontha In advaUC*.vl.T**. HO Give tho mtnera twice-a-month pay- Canatla at present la governed by Nantel and Pelletler In so fa^- as policy is concerned, and by^Bob Rogers In so far as .tttethodi Of-Warfare arc concerned. � Gagging the West ^ .distrlbutlpn do pts proper repr W^AT wouW . r�-cll�trlbutlpn for th�. West except to' tih. ji crease the slr^ndy adequa^ : pversupply of f;r4ntc .Olivers and J. Ct, j .Turriffs at Ottawa. � ' , .'Khe cat is'out; of'the bag.,,; ' i :. o!? The above.ftam.tB^, Toronto Tele' � 'tjgram, ope of tlje. hardesti fighting 'conservative; '^diptirBM^ C&a'Ada;-: re^ (veals the .real.jxeaso^ .why PiemiSfc, iBorden is so ioatfi'e'to give thc T\^e|l' Us proper'represeutatfon In the Federal, jjarllajae'nt. The eastern Con-servatlVea; th(6 trtist "magnates, 'and the InterestB, ar� afraid that with re-dlstribntfon'thc West would send an InOreapM numbef of .Liberals to Ottawa.: l^he'gaioetis a dangerous one. aagginribe: West because the tkrm-er6 WaAfc;vt'lddr mkrkets is t&e game plAyedbjEj the 'eastern Conservatires. What^:db.'i^ft;>e6R* of the "Wrest think of the "irfo^qiltloni'anywayt Is - - - -Encouraging Bjgns rpHE aiEiBK)Xja.,.conBideratlon of X mlxfld'^fartalng nteana not only an increase in the' supply ot jTtiattle, but the raising of the grade, 'ylffhls is evidenced by the-;_recent' ica-vUipoftation (A two carloads if- fine ' fewShorthorns by John Powelson^flf Ray-ipmond. These, w� undersfapd/ make 'ir^ithe total of ten carloads-..broaght in ^tittrpm the. East thisrwinter.^ *l|'he example of Mr. Poweisbn Will, Ho^ doubt, PS"'omoting enterprise ^if^ff. _.ej):oonrage-jislanMnt in all directions: i'JvC ^To aid In this the OFat-Stock Show .wi^rarranged to bo held b^rg in April will s^Mdo much. Consequently, this is an in-'S??f�iHtution. which wtll reqnir* every sup-'"jlportto make it a' success. As & means of oreailii'g-wholesome rivalry It will take a v^e^lef fittce. Tho interest which It win aroBSe will mean much" for the purjoisB for which It is to be Institoted.. The greater the distinction or thfr show the more will a certain j^restige^ be - acquired by^ It. Ahdthls .wUl,an;be la-favor of placing the niiw-industry on a sound and flourishin^Lbasig. ^Th^ importance of the A;pril ahow: oannot therefore be underwiteiiy'- f-"' . ...yhelSgJicBli^al futtjpe of Alberta is, cerlalftlj! ft'^ioBjefuli'OHi.A^id much has been done to -^m0o"th5:llS,v#ath. But much more will be neeffeff %uch as a cold storage and packing plant in the city. For the realization of these important schemes In a new economic policy no effort should, he.jrelaxed until their accompHshment^b^li^ffected. The Herald would strongly urge upon the Provincial Govetnment the advisability of amending the now Mines Act so aa to provide twlOe a month pay fOr the rtdilWs. It Uh't asking too much Of the bperaitors; It would greatly help the men and their fata- iUes. and the Herald has every faiti, that the Sifton government, which'.haf always shtfv^n a friendly disposition towards the laboring men, will grant the rentiesl. The Herald feels that it voices th^.'sentlmetit not only ot.tho miners, bist .(^ the buslnessi men, in urging this'change in the act. GIv� the miners ^theI^ pay twice n month.^ The west, irrespective of politics, will hope idr a speedy recovery for Dri Roche, Minister o� the Interior, who has undergone a serious operation. eETWlXT AND BETWEEN Everything comes to those who wait-even to a salary for the mayor. * * � If the law ^courts of .today were to hand down sentences like those of 20t) years'ago, the judges wOuld be tarred and. featherod arid run out of town. Here are a f*'\V Aweet onea from the Bristol Times of date Sefit. 11, 17-12: "On Thursday,ended the sessions o� the Peace of Over and Terminer, arid gaaei>l gaol, delivery. from this city and county, when the following persons had judgment against them: "John New for feloniously stealing from his master �3, being a journeyman, to he'hanged. "Hannah Arnold for receiving stolen goods, to be transported, li years. "Hannah Driscould, to bc burnt on the hand." The Hannahs muit have been In bad m those times. . * *  Grousing about the high cost of living is not conflned altogether to the weary mortals of the present' day. Here's One from the Bristol Times of Sept. 6, 1800: "The inhabitants, of Newbury have come to a resolution of discontinuing the use of butter in tl^eir families till the "price shall be reduced to Is per pound. It thii plan wore to be generally adopted, it would be an effectual check ,to the abuses practiced by those who supply the markets with that necessary article of ponsjimp-tion." . � " Shades of Carrie Nation; here we are paying out nearly *four'bite per, and Our worthy ancestors > kicked, he-cause'they were touched up two-bits a pound. "What's the world cbming to. Those of.us who are living in 2000 will b^. ^iiylng about six-bits at fhatirate.' npHE CONSERVATIVE PRESS, in ' P^' 'X decrying the tacUcs which are i:^ >; pursued, at Ottawa to force the :.#|liaval question to the electorate, is �'-^l obsessed by the idtea that there exists , j^.a iGermaa, menace, and that "emer-l^rfgenoy" warrants the contribution prolyl posed. The following statement by , Its i^jamlral Von TlrpHa shows the atUr 1^ tnde of Gern^any with regard to naval |f:i|[�datlo&B. with Great Britain: . I:, jigmtiiit prote�agata view ;;S|?i*hat my utterances have a ring cf J^ifsf'teellng against England. I cannot vif^^VVimderBtwid how Hear L-edebour (a t�{iciaUat Deputy) has heard that the first who ^ji^rvj'w^ arrival ;*ij^|of an: u^^ with Eng- ; p:;^ land; To make coriiparisons about The Navy Is^ui^j Blve p.rirpr�|-.; leased than hc "cesan to perpetri^te the same old josh on the guUi&le public. The editor smiled, swore'tod i tore his hair when be opened his riiair the other niprning to he confronted with this from Buffalo. The guy tviant-ed a job. Name may he had on application to the frenzied editor: Dear Sir:- . ;: ;:S'ttf/Stion Wanted �/> I'm seeking a position and I want it mighty quick, ' For I'm a paragrapher, and I t^lnk I'm rather slick; .-:^V The versc I write is �lever and If^illT irigly.would wield A pen that would be some surprise to others in.the field. The reason I am writing you these few lines In advance, ' Iff just to feel my way before I-take this awful chance; Methlnks you are engaging-in a maii-. ner- so to speak, If riot pray do not answer, for my heart Is Just that weak ; I may succumb to any hint or -ifirt-� reply'of yours, �� ' '\ And you know that suocumbing.nas' the least, it any, cures. > ;�, Tet if you have an opening that would fain appeal to me,  Then I'll appeal to you and say {hat ' � . I'm an "agent free; ' \ '.'..^ Of-course I-understand it all aad-ifear that like" as not it You'll answer 'with a pompous'^arid Gjacul^ing-What! , The Standard Si^iir&s Co. Real Estate Owners of Morning Suite 111-115 Sherlock BMg, P.O.Box 1979 Phon* 1291 the Liberals arc resisting to thefyiut-most of their ability the passage" oti a measure committing Canada _toi'^ a radical chqpgl^of poli6y.^without*4tpy mandate wnwthe.^ people. 'e,. pijrpoBe of Wiling, 'the.;iplrlt.'?of 'Self-reliant. ooheaioH, and! so helping In the general dlBlntegra-tioDi The oonc^ption of the new Ira-perlum, as denoted In the British Empire, 1b a-number of free -units each by making itself a power � to. Itself, serving to strengthen arid to give lite to the ?vyhoJe. In no better way 'can .this be effected than by the possession of a "navy: by ^ach of the Overseas Dominions Jtrong, enough .to defend .lt� own ghjores.and trade routes,,and r;eady to, ijc at'"the disposal of the Empire at- 'The patrlotlcSf'Polloy , (VVinnipe'g -Free Press) Let us by building our own ships and manning them ^dd new centres of strength to the British.Empire. "Rumor Not-.ponfirrtBtfc (CleveWhd Plalri.'De"a':^r>--It is pos3tt'fe;;^'h^^iMitS?^ wUljjbe thej#M!^aril!&as6ador t English couJ^fjSSrJi* far as kri^ 'he,.'haffn,'t a^;^bB^-t any -crf^L^., LoMiswille tani^^'f il|^".^a]Q -9rd'wHitwf abbre�?^ated,,t^0B|9^i"".^^'.t.s??^,W- ' .^alffoir-Wiii^ww; . - ;, (Macleod AdV6rttg*rT;.':'';> .. All'Bfgha Indicate a sifeedy 'fele'ctlOh;j In i-fhis province, and they Indlcal.j with-'e^uSl oleamees an endorsaiiOt^j of; Premier Siftoh and his gOvern'ji Jm'^nL" -A softer,* Impartial 8iu'voy>;yf' jwid aaatjMii-efui enquiry throiJlfi I the cou^titu^ftea mate#.-ifii=a-prad-) ^ieal ce'r{�iat5r.?thai) {ii^.f^'p!i|fli* -SiSxv-; ernment �wlll-'t.e' rettt]^'^�W;It:^:a5ljffge.! working m'(B5Q&t;p'']Ih'U^'house. ' -j The wavsll � SIttiatldn (Reglna Leader) The conclualbri Is obvious, t^af. the government iai attempting to force through a meaeup^ In., a parliament which does nbt^properly represent the will of the people. Under the cbrrditlons above outlined it Is therefore not surprising that issue. The Borden-the samc cou ciprocity agre". .beien termina^ which wa5 Igis iattlonal poJlft? sin' Canada-.^lDf aBeh. should' bfi irty adopted-exactly , in regard to the relent, Which could have s'^ftt-'aJiy time, 'and lordanee with thai,|ra-.^"Tjom political paxties fh^lf a .century. Why ictiOii.'bj&'taken to;the unanimity of parties here, and of authorities abroad, that Lord Grey felt fi'-be, in a speech at Calgary, to speak of-It favorably, for which he was. brusquely Tepflmaaded by Mr. Joseph Martin, not a jingo, biit an ultra-Lib-sral, in the^ Imperial parliament. On this Bide ot the sea he was denounced I by the Bourassa faction, in both I'Oftseg the fatiltifound lay In his com-ffleftdhSg-a navy at all. Lord CharlCB aeregferd, the very ImperBohatlon of .jingo IfflperlflllBm, visited Canada-and t�ph*id that eolloy,-ahd Lord Mlluer, another representative Imperialist, came later with the same advice. Of course. In-doing so, theseBngllsh-au-thorltles believed that they were only supporting iwhat Canada had .declared for, as no responsible Englishman ventures to give - Canada advice. Still from that day to this it seems to have b.een the prevaiUhg opinion, in Great Britain that jBucK* would be the best thing, in.-the geaeral.,interest, for Canada to do. Ot course, -when Canada changed, Or at least when jthe Canadian government changed, and proposed an emergency offering,,-of. thlr'iy-flve million dollars, there "went up in Britain a paean ot laudation. But the more res.pon8lble people re-gtetted the change, as It seemed to express enmity to T Germany and was not in tSonformity with the mutual otforts of the bestrtteh in both countries to bringjrivalry of .armament to an end. The MftftChester Gua'fdlan, which. Is-.probably*the most powerful and .lndependent.4elh)0hent of Liberal .sentiment; hasitaketf.this vlewi.,lts latest argumentols-/that- grants to fthe Imperial treasury or navy will inevlb--iibly: breed part^ dlBsenalon In, Canada, while, if Canada had an armament ot her own. It would have, as in Australia, th-e whole Strength Oft her nationality. .b�hlnd,..ltv,... MehOt this way of thinking, are urging the British government to discourage this form ot assistance as against Imperial policy. It Is Jlkely that the answer they.Tvill'get will ha that, the,irapepial gOv..^rnment cenn^.undertake ,,to,advise Canada in such matters,: 'anil that Canada's, loyalty is.greatly to be Gomfended. -But there ig.,every reason to believe that.-the home govern-nsjent is.favorable to that advice. Our own view has heen that, a generous contribution to the ImperLal. detenoe is due -by lis as a thankofterinBi: but not due at all as an emergency, need. FARM LANbs FARM LOANS GREAT BARGAINS vyill'fllve a ��yen year,lease on an Irrigated 1-2 aeetlon to ret. ^ ponsHil* ptirtlWand sell them l25 brood sbv/s, If wanted.; Will �el| ,160 IrrlBaiett; tract at a bapaaln. Easy terms. ^ ' � �^?--''"a'T.'LAfiW5P:'^^^ farm Lands Stafford 6leek Parmii LeaiM, Money To Loan Otf IhiptOYed |)r^^^ iwid for building purposes. js^' .' >' r y w'^ t - � v ^ s j - lli C. P Ageticy ACADIA vBLlOOK :PHONe 132B SPEaAL SNAP , Three high," leVel lots, in Alexander Addition, only *600.0(H-One-Half-cash,, balance 3 .tfad 6 months. 'X. WE&ER ^GENCX ���� RO ^ ROOM TWO, -ALBERTA BLOCK {Liberals adoptf i'i;the same taotlcsi"in regard to a measijre which will -trre-.vocably commli '.t'fanada to a pollcy;of contribution?t.;ehce the step is taken and the 535,C(�)|,00O voted and Caijaila icommitted tb'Sctive partlcipatl6h-;ln ifthe affairs-.and policies ot Europe tfiat ^tep cannot hfeXretracted. . -.. The people n^ust be consulted 'first find: It: Mr; 'Bo^detf: refuses to.volun-.^arily glVft thifpeople an qpporfurilty 'tb'e.tpress their oplillon, then he niust kfrfmp-elled to dp-bo, and In applyjng 'fifb necessary,-'force the Liberals, kre doing their duty, nothing more and nothing less. .  About. ;frltl8h Opinion (Montreal' Witness) '.'' ...From the firat,. the approval ot'-the British authoriyes"was given to^the plan .which was unanimously apprbv. ed by the Canadian parliament ofhav ing a Canadian navy. ,Such -ivas vthe �mtt not '0e;7OUUBa. WHUBU : I" Pyv^A* ..I,. v^VI ^..M^wuv...; y... -r-rjr-------- TX^,reBburarked,"you said you could dlo dancing." "So I did,'' came the reply, "but I didn't say I wanted to be trampled to death, did I?"-LOridon Tit-Bits.', The New Slogan It used to be "St. George and Mewle England." Now It's Lloyd George and Merry Hell!-Chicago Tribune. 'i Law for Every Case Let us then be Up and doing. With a law for every case; Still indicting, still pursuing^ Tin each mortal Icnbws bis- place. . -Current Issue.; Milton's Ivilsfortune "My pupils don't learn like parrots -they use their comrilon sense, writes a teacher. "Let me tell you a grand Instance of this. I was trying to tell my class some mark by which they could remember each ot the great pools. I said, over and over again: 'The poet, Milton, was blltjd.' The stupidest boy in the class should have remembered that, but he didn't. Milton, the poet, was blind,' I repeated, 'Now, before you forget It, what was Milton's great miafortune?' " 'He was, a poet!' said the stupidest hoy."-Cleveland Plain Dealer. His Sorry Pllflht v ' A man who was 'greatly troubled with rheumatism bought some red flannel, underwear recently, 'which .wae guaranteed in every respect, and a couple of weeks later returned 'to the store where he-made his piflrcha'se.; l"These, flahnels are, nob what you' claimed" them to'be,' he-sald to'the ''cle'rk. "What Is the trouble With them?", asked the clerk; "hav� they faded or ;6hrurik7" , � ^ "Faded! Shruhk!'' crlfed" the 'pur rohasier. Indignantly. 'Why,-- -wheid' I :6ame down to breakfast t^ls morning .with one ot them on my -wife' a*ked met- ;i"'What'aT'e yOtt wea'rinif thehftby'B -pink, coral neoklaec for?'"--Harper's. .Ma^kine Hat If you own or contM prdjj^rtyjp a irsting of the piopexty, Give us the lot, block, price, terms -and n|me of sub-dimion, a|ii4 we willdb^thei^rest f ; We^hpye a laifg^ili^ <)^'huyersv|^^ Know HItti'Too Well Browa-r-i Wonder J,f Smith would endorse my notet. , Jones-^HOWloug has he linown Br<3/#n--A month, , Joaes-i'm. atrjvia that's too long.-^ Ghlbago NewB'; ; Qod 8uy*'tH�.K|rfg ' .. ',, -.'.'�^ .:-.^'l ^. Old King Coal  7- � Was a nervyij old- (*tJUj, . :  , And a merry old ibill wiif For he weighed' la Isitfdrl'Wrrt 'Wltli every lofloalj � And alBo his Bboyeierije thretf, ' I - Britishiiolumbia "Why worli.fQr Bomeone else, when with the minimum; qtla^pr yo.)i' dan make a much larger laoome eadli year .grbWjng fruit at you feel lilte It, tout yotf kitoyf tnafeyery hour. yoii. virork 'itt'ean�~� ^' t(iiir-t(M9-'ii6t^i^M Hi*-yAw^tf-^Mid.-.:? ' "' v 'V y �'<� LOOK THIS TIP NOT^ 1^ J : A:'fbw;f dowa and a;tew f $.eaah^nloath'wil^ma^s fc youi;tbe om&:'of,;6. rfr. 10 acres of the Urieat.f!nilt--laad on.the i' : ,^Bd with telepfioab connectlpn ,'tnrov)ghout the ?naf'b.-idl8trlQti--'$lll- p ' matlc'nnd'ather conditions make It-an-earthly.pBradla'Of,i'r^r'^^^ ' � - v '^ivE Acres M'EAids A good livinq. .,r .TEN .ACHES MB^^^ Every -^^icm, Positively Guaranteed NORPI LETHBRIDGE REAK P .. .v.C. 8,..DONAp.80N,'.,Manag9r,.,:4yi-!...,-,.-.4:.^'*^^^^^^^^ "^^^ ExoiU8lve'Ao�nt� }or Southern Alberia ' * ' < ' L;i''L''i^-"i'j^'ii'iii'i'ii..!....,.,. .1'.,..., j}jm_^^^MV^* ;