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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T,TCTTTB^ia>GE PAII^y HEBALP MoHiflayv M^refe io, 19ia HERALD "Si ESTABLISHED DECBMSBR 1*07 . INiblUhed-liy the Uethbrldoe H*r�rd Pabft�hlrt(r-G8^>�-._ww� vsnirtft at Its office, ........ ^- . i- PHONE: Editorial. Report orlal And New* Oepartment 12 24 sixth Street, Uethbrldae, Alh�rt�, Canada. W. A. buchanXn Manaoing OlnetoT: T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCB Bualnes* Manager PHONkti Advertlt^g Circulation And Job Departmsnta 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION, RATES I year, dellveroA ....... M.00 1 year, by mall 13.00 � montha, deltverea..... �S.0O . � ( months, deUvereil. .... $1.00  month* by mall...... �1.So I month, delivered 8Sc 1 month, by maU...... Sc. Addresses chansed aa often as daslred, but both new Md old addresses jnust be/CtTtiiy the DAILY herAi.D,FpRlsALE AT Lethbrl'dge-Red Cross Dru� * . Medielne Hatr-lk M. Northam. "SlSSSSi''""* * ^ B|6^n-,i''ltyr-D..mond City "'^IL'fl^ X iffltcbeu: ^^5Bi,?iiSr^'''" Tabef-^estlaka Bro* ^S^^ft^L^'feirt."'T * ^""^ j-unnMuir. , Co., 705 Rlrersldo ATenue. Fernle, B. C-Percy Beat "Also on all C.P.R. tralna THE WEEKLY HERALD' ~ 1 year im .aTOlic . 3 rrfcmth. In a4vaiw� ..... Mo I jQontbrtn'Bdvuce'VAvAi'.lic, � ^ Hon. Malcolm-MoKeniie- will be fllccted in Macleod. The people know that the Slfton government -will b� sustained and they are going to he represented by a member of tJhe government. The R C- Frtii^Situation 'T^HB NELSON NEWS, in coin-: 1, njeuting on a recent editorial or I ours on the fruit situation, in jiBritish Columbia, has the following. -:.;-;to sayi � , "The- LetlThridge Herald: con-, eludes an excellent article on th� . J V neoesstly for a proper inspectl6n V: V of fruit entering Canada by say.- I: , ing that reciprocity would hav^ i solved the problem of British tho bonds of the oompaiiy, it must be said that Medicine llat might as; W611  start" the. industry as a iquljicipiil ^cflftfce'rtj. � i/U*UO- u..^-------, ^ne; away With any discrimination, aid SQ afforded the B. C. growers a weapon for retaliation. '-Thff'proper enforcsmeut of the Fruit Marks Act is undouhtedly necessary.- The fruit growers of British Golumbia might fnrtlier direct their efforts towards obtaining cheaper freight'rates, and the adjustment of taxe^v for preventing the inflation of values:, ot lands available for- fruit growing by th^ holding of the same byisp^outetors. "With these dUadvan-tages-'removed they should -welcome the benefit' which reciprocity would plaoerat; their disposal in the sliape of'laio extended market. Quality CountJp^ in^ inarjceting, and in this re^ stpej^fifijejB.Tc. t^ftlole has nothing to fear- from-tbat^'grown-in - the Iruit areas-Qfvthe^ States. There is also tor-bc -r^ckqAed the comparative .dif-; i^^n^e'ln::!^ two countries In early and' late;'(e;far the-pr.esent fuel supply must iff provided by science. ' Many ingfniouB'.^ sjiggssiions have been put fprwsrdi; but none that appeals to tbe-. imagijiation;^->-^ith such force as that;of certain-sclsntiflc men who hisvfe their. ey�s fixed: on -the Sa^ hara;desert.,'i^Ja5 ^at^vast;waste the sun iiolda imdispntea'swar, and the amount of solar h�at'received by the Sahara/ in a?-:dayjQ estimated to be equivalent tp.that prodhced by 6,000,-000,G(JO ton8;'q�,_bo^l;j^*6'rily this vast amount of �ieper^y-^Wreld-be used to drive factoyyj wiieel^,;i^d, .transmitted to other portions of the globe, -the problem of -'-the' future .beat -sUpiply woiiia'bo sblVed.' And so the^^'cien; ttsts dreaml of ^reat power-houses with glass chambers instead of chimneys, aiiU; i'�aeotors instead, of furnaces. :The romance of industry is m phrjjse oft^it-heard; usually.it doesn't mean touch to those who. hear itj ;,But' who that has imagination can deny that there is a splendid^ ronmn'c* in this :daring"--Idea of � storing up, the. sun's rays in chambers of glass and distributing ths^ energy at will-fpr the comfort of mankind? � .;; . lleStandariSeairities Co. Real Egtate and Investmetite Others ol M Q r ri i n gslde Siufe 11^^^ P.O.B0X 1979 PMoiiel291 \. -.'when,a carload- of B. C. fruit comes iiKreaslng the pres "-Mnto the'miirketa carload of cheap^ iSp^c^J^Wng. i|||vrpHiB/BtAf;niITKiS afforded by the ' ' i; I* A; new:Industrial policy cannot but S ' 0 prove a. great drawing cardf Tbe ili^jattractions are of such a nature thatj, ;^?^fpo.s6lbIy;>ther�,; will bis Heed for some ,: i*^;;|dlscrimination in acceding to the re-'#;^'qac8t�fwblcli;\�ll be-made f6r making ;:fe|-uBe;of ;the.;opportunities alfordsd: In ' Ei^thls regM^ , fe^^^ on the part of M'4^he^^^ta #g?tbWjJndustrieB Jwblch;;are particular- ^A^:imm:i^-m-y6iam.::. ;-�:�,; � !!Sfeli?feG4.'-theBe-threfr^Stand" 'Out � prc-emini-manhood avmucbi larger percentage' of the  � prisoners than can be th'tfs reached;at the present time;--Mr.'-Mcbean has-made n very earnest 'Study of the treatment of prisoner^ and is already, considered an excellent authority.'.m.' the Subjeoti^^ He is known tceiav-^lmnind the-es? tablishment' of a:-prison farm ssparate' from the three:hundred: acre farm-on �which the gaol-ls locatedi .The new i-farm wiU be some distance from':the gaol and: will l^g without bars or gtiards, on the rsfuue-Principle as that at Gueiph,. Ontfj i; ; c .; . , : : The difference between the (Juelaii farm and the Le.thbrjdge institution Is that-to Guelph the pick of the prisoners from the Central Prison are sent, while at Lethbrldee there Is no choice. Every judge and magistrate In the [.province, sends along any old kind of prisoner from the mild, 'weak characters to the moat,desperate criminal whose crime does not earn more than {�>two year sentence. "With, the estail)-liahment of another farm, however. tilts can be changed and the better prisoners can be allowed the full priv-'iteges they earn and will not be sub-iected to the,humiliations now made necessary because they are associated with men who cannot be trusted. " The Provincial Secretary and his department deserve. a great deal of credit for the splendid efforts they are putting forth to care for and improve the prison class of the province. i.packing plant','flour milling; and factories to take care of the straw from ,flax,i^ftV consideration of these im-^plies; ai cQpc^ntcation of energy, and in malcingj^th's' acauirement, of thesQ indtistrlesi'theJforefront of their cam-j^�4gn.,^.iautborities will be followr ing a icfieme "(if practical utility. They are indusSijee which are bound to flourish; owing to the resources avall-abl*;!ip^',Qi^ immediate district. The :8ecaringf of them will not only be -bo fmu verbis is for the purpose of preventingj :vvj';,!i!ithe;'waste,' of itime Itt:- Intervlev^ing iV;�s'?offlce-seekers:: Th4 actioniis by no j^f,: ' ?,.;-;ineanB'arbitrary considering tliat dur-av&;j,i:v^^^ day of his administration W-!' none will-b,e allowed >to ap-feiiifiproaoh him unless invited. The ben^-i,'|;i|s!fit'of'the ;:new ruling can best b* y\ gathered by the following (Comments tf. i-J.^io'dthevprdbedure from the Spokesman- ..SI^Hevle'Sir:;;,...... feirf.TTji'e, spirit of fellowship that . ^iSj-vprompts, us to greet the chief ex-: fe:iecutly�.^and::give him the hand-' yi'iOippKOf'jfriendshlp. and wisli hlm_, � a�Kj#w:en5!lB�aftfln�; thing: and a. orerflt-Efitfe':abli�:l3nani{eBtationvof ..democracy il!fe;van4,sthe''.j%eople'B Interest in the ill i :o;f^ S 'M?Ct]gres|,dlnl*ig.,,,-ihe'tsSiiv^^ The New Departure at White House fOTSlTWtJcmri He has been set to.-public :ltaska of measureless importance..' He needs cBvery mo-giiOTi of; bis time/and every ounce �cif?lilK,)&er^ if he is to discharge .his'lifl^^; id the whole people t>ro-*!perljr. Wc shall show/the frueat loy^^;l^ fiiinr and appreciation of jbls'^prkVif deny oiirs^lves the ple^fjire^ of shaking handa with him.- ! PresJlent Harrison was believT ted!.|^!';1841 to have been done to deatEvfV 1;be solicltattons of office seeks^Vaiid. tbe fatigue of receiving i^toftsi� of' bailers ; personaliy, Bv^^ryincoiplng President's life : �b�s|'i!|l|j?Mde,,,i/,'t�ur^^^^ him "�,*iE^"'^ii|^|p^ulic; busiiieps hindered .311^^1%^ such people. 1 ;.Jt;lii(;t)nle that the public itsSlt I'tppV-ljaJliinS the businesa of pro- .' jfepUnff 't�;?re8ldentB and lighten- ' 'inf'tSe'spefjlal burdens ot a new !^''ajn%iBt|a.tlon. ��, ;Thla. is Uie first step In reform whlehjtiie regime of President Wilson will njean, and it implies mucb in doing BTW^y; wltb the system of reward by favoiiv^IaBS^JBubstUtiUbg that of �r ' %a>ir merit.,_ THE LAMB AND THE LION AT THE BEGINNING OF ' MARCH How AnImMl'Of the thirty-first will look, we must'wait to seel \ iho flrat eek'in^tiie^FSattle Is'f tija^llmere farmers are some prize ,#�VPr,at o4wa,ai^Vit^r8?JiMy-tMh'''^li?j" ^^'^ a.;e worth their li0,i?co�> week,vviir,Bt"art^In,a way yfgJjjUJt^Jn gol^ as advertisers for the {\ UN 1 V!' H S A 1, C AV .JtVnofetlie mechanical pcrfcc- ' ..tioji of;ftny one part of tlic Eord--''r-ri'i's t^G perfection of all its '' ;rpq.yj;s?^.Qrking in perfect harr-, yrnop^rr|hat;malces it the car.of ,; iiniyers& and nnpreccdentecl . demand. Better liuy yours to- . day-the rush -will soon be on.,^, ?'Bvofybody is driving'a;Ford"-more than ,^00,l)pO }n:BervIce. ;New'prices-rtinabont-JG75 '' : -tojirigg-car $750-Vtoiyn car ?1,000-with'all;-'' ffequipnjenti to.b, Walkervilie, Ont, "Oet p^i'-;" - tloulpg,' fi'om : .' ^ \ I GI^ENISTEB & VIKTXTE ' ' ; T23?-3r(J; Avenue So'utii, : '.ethbridge' Jjust pora Joke � .. "Wrfl*/fi^NDS ' *FAJ�M L0AN8 , I GREAT BARGAim .-.',-u v-.^^lf^.Qtvs a severv yesr leasfr on^ an Irrigate*!!-*�4ctFor�. 1w res. . 4>onat6rfr"i^tle� and seit thent' 26 brood- sows. If wftntstli^ Will aet| ru-:':,160.'U;iiljfi:l^d'tract at a^^ bargain. Easy termi|,4 ^) ; :l O. T. LATHROP Times Have Indeed Changed "Did he buy champagne?" asked the 1,latest breacb-of-promise lady. "Well, 1 should say he didl Quarts of it at fevery meal." And love's guerdon was once a rose! -New York World.. The Why . Social Agitator-I&n't it a shame the �way they work the help ^n this store? iFiheen hours a day and wages almost nothing! / Companion-^Why do you: trade here?  S. A.-Oh, they seii things so much J cheaper.-Chicago Tlnies. , .The. New York IV)arket Arso'nii dull,.'with no offers, , Bribery-quiet.. _ , , Gra-fting, sluggish, a few heavy operations being, reported on tine side. Tipping active, . , Murder apathetic. No quotations.- Cievqland Plain. Dealer. Family )='ride *. ' Mr.'Jones-But, niy dear, we can't afficTd an automobile. - . . . � Mrs. Jones-I know tiiat, but I want to show that stuck-up Mrs. Brown that �vve can bave| things we can't afford "just aa well-us they can. The Acme Brlgga-Here's a fellow who writes about tbeacme of selfishness 'witfcbut having the slighteflt idea of what it really is. ' ' , Griggs-�Well, what is it? Briggs-Having your wife a cold-air flend, insist upon leaving both windows in tile room open and then-rolling herself up In all the he& clothing!-Cleveland Plain Dealer. It Wasn't "Johnny," said the mother severely, .'someone has taken a big piece of gingercake out of the pantry." Johnny blushed guiltily. "Oh, Johnny," she exclalined, "I didn't think it was In you." ' 'It Isn't all,",replied Johnny,; "part ot it's in Elsie." ' Money To Luan ' '0*1-improved property and- for buiFding ^purpipfses. ,  ' . . .  TKejC. B. Bowman Agency ---'�^�'-"�^----- PHOME 132a .-x,J-.-.-5-^.-'-I--.-"-;------.-^ SPECIAL srmr ^-V-.Thifift-high, ..level lots,, in Alexander Addltiom''only S6OO1OO- : ti-'GnQ-Hal^;.'!i�8b,; balance: 8 aiwl 6 months^ .'-t-^- ,,' :.,:::::::iS'W.EBER AGENCY : �- ; , _ ROOM TWO, ALBERTA BLOCK; QAJfArBM.S'i'ATB PEISOIS^ER; ANB HIS DOG Both Interested , 'Two-young girls were on the east-.bound Euclid car. '^'Tell me the_ truth; are you engaged to Harry?" said "one. ./'Uh-huh! Why?' .A,re';you?" - Cleveland Plain Dealer, . ' Some Good . "Do you think tlie time will ever .come when the ^swords will be converted into ploughshares?" , "No." ,' ," "Then you do not expect universal peace?" . "Oh, that may come; but sword^s are so easily used for decorative purposes."-Chicago Hecord-Herald". -: Shattered Ideals "Did you attain the high ideals you set for yourself 'when you were young ?''"asked the friend of his boy-iood. ' "No," repliedl the mUllonaire, "and Itm glad I didn't. I see . now there \vas �o money In them."-^Llppincott's .Magazine'. � ' Outside the Fold ...Mary's : father 'being ^ member; (fi Congress' the child naturally inhaled,; politics with the air she breathed and' .;grew firm in the faith that nothins I good could bo found outside the demo-'.(?ratlc fold. Miss Smith, a frlelfd of jp.tle : Mary's sister and a political heretic in^ her eyes, wp.8 vteiting in ^he fanilly. Late: one- ,-evenlng' the ;chUd, searching for her slater;, wandy. ^^red' into .the guest room, where she ibund Miss-Smith in the midst of her cferyotions,' ,;,:. -'^ � .�,-: � ��� � ^^.J^ary stared at'her in:open-eyetT as-: ;tonishmont, .and as the youup lady ^Tose from her knees, exclaimed:.'  . |.t'Why,Ml88 SmltbV,Do you sayi'youi? ; I ^"r.ayprs7 ;3 thought you were va re^ .rlipubllcanl"-^aok'p. National ,]yiqnJbJr; A pipture-.of R. C Miller, vvho use; he re- fuses .tp.pawdthcfpen to Whom he flave f41.0q0, l/.,s%.uVirf^'9?vernn�nt cqntrapt, ftfr^itbree times that amount of bU8�no8*^f6r^^�^ip{ast,5nd Llghtl ' and Heat'Company. � The dog "Bonney" is hU favoi;ite^et^:|3^1cture IsJ taken frym:rth^ Montreal Saturday Mirror, a .Pa|0^^frlendly|.to^,t)(lr. Miller. - ,Nof simply d :thiV^t)4HeI#ler or/ stimulant, but^fugaf-^ and most; hea|tW(rifp'Sfi that has ever ' 5,:,:,,,,-,.:.::,-...--v.vfc!r�� (HOLXAiros QiJtx.; the beverage for all tingesl and-.-aJU;' withers, for men or women, the heglili7. ; ' ' 'or the-ailing. It imparts lasfing'-' �"exhilaratfon and gives tone and, vigors, ta the sjstem, A .real .hea^tli, J;u^|e-, owing, to'its cleansing actiomon*-',tb|| . liver, kidneys, and other organsi V'"^^" superior to ordihary,git). j -',"t. , r OBTATNABIfE AT ALL--i-i hvd>s6n'bay oM^mM ;