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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta phone: liETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ' ESTABLISHED DECEMBRR 1W7 PubltGhtd by th� Lathbrldga Herald Publlihrng Co., Ltd., �v�ry lawWI vatttng at Its offloe, Sixth atraat, LatC(brldB�, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN ---� Mahaglng DIraet'or T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCe Bualneaa Managar Editorial, Reportorlal And Nawa Department 1224 PHONEl Advertlsln9 Circulation And Job "Departmanta 1252 DAILY ftUBSORIPTiQN (tATKS I year, delivered ....... 4.00 1 year, by maU ........v tS.OO f months, delivered..... M.OO , � ^ ., ., 8 months, delivered, .... * by mall...... �1.B0 i month, delivered ...... 39c. 1 month, hy mail...... 2Bc.' Addreues dumped gia ottan as desired, but both now and old addresses must, bo irivan. THE DAILY HBRAIiD'FOR SALE AT Lathbrldga-Red Cross Dnv ft- Medlelne Kat-Li. M. Northam. ' alio  J^^^ 4 ^o"^*^" � ^�'"���� ^^'^^ Taba^-Westlike Broc ' ^ISf^^'stTMr'T * _ _  . Go.,� 7�S lUveralde Avenue. Fernle, 8. C.-Percy BeaL , > A(M,ori all C.P.R. train* of note and printing It in the smallest made style of typ6. T^esaJ^y, Mar-'* 11,0'OIS Everyman who'carries a life policy should recognize the e^ood turn being done him by the provincial government In passing legislation compeillne the companies to put up a sufficient amount of money to guarantee the Insured against loss. As Insurafice is the only security so �iany men have, this kind of legislation comes. close home. i ' The Small Debts Act to be introduced by the Sitton government will be appreciated by the business men of the province as It will provide for entering suits under $100 In a magistrate's court, thus greatly reducing the costs of coUecticin. TMs with the Bulk Sales Act! is part. of> the good things given the meicantlle community at the present sitting of the leglsi lature by .the Sltton government. An alleged independent member hailing not many miles from Whoop Up has been paining the story of the; partlzanshlp of the members of thei Supreme' Court of Canada, they having all been appointed by Laurier, and that is the'reason he tells the farmers why the A. & G. W. decision was given In favor of the Alberta people. In view � of the fact that the A. & G. W. case was noVef before the Supreme Court of Canada it Is about time this learned member went away back and sa^t down. THE weekly: HBgAUD ^ � 1 year 1. advanc..........H- . 3 months In advanc....... � months to'advance "TSo. Wc lYhat Qthm T^nk A Record of Wise' Legislation, for Ufe �ncoiitagement of co-operative is a plah well- TilfiJ POUECY elocldated by the;: X .three ministers of the-tirovln-cial cabinet at Macleod furnish-: IBB more than sufficient warranty iot in, renewal of th^ confidence hitherto placed in the government. It will be difficult for the honest critic to find fault with It on the score" of inade-qcaoy in meeting with thc needs of the province, or in failing to help out* it^i. devalopment. v The railway policy has -been .ad->vanced with the object of killing mozj-.opblyi and creating rivalry for the; benefit of the province, hy enconrag-J ,lng competition.. No better- evidence; V:',o�vthS8 can he adduced than the stttte-i m�nt made by Sir Thomas Shaugh-nessy, at the annual meeting pt the. C. P. that more" railway lines wltll ^have to be IJullt in the western pro-' fTinces because the governments were^ � ;*"dolng so,much'to; help; the other com-n panics. As Hon-uVtalcolm McKenzle. 'affirmed he was out for the G. T. P,' the C.'N. R. and any others he can .... � r' Money has been wisely spent In? "^development, with the well-directed =�-pl^n of avoiding the placing of the .H whole onus of expenditure on the -pioneers of the province. This Is in V.'keeping with proper enterprise with; a shrewd foresight of advantages to ja;. follow. There are some who are iri--cUned to argue-that it la not fair to; lay a burden on posterity. There may: be .a little of truth in the. argn-" i rment In already highly developed s!' areas. But in a new and imdeveloped :v; country, in which conditions warrant! -. tan opUmistic outlook; 'it would bej �/jfoollsh in the extreme if that optimism! - *l8 to he Tealized to aUow it to be' a ;:>pUbllo'buildings, it is pot only fair '.'to Bay'thfttnt should bear part of the cpBti but that the very nature of these 'i; x'benefitBv will be such as to remor^ s V:; ?Bpythlng in the shape Of-a turden:^ ' cTlhereIs'no better schemfe of econ-f-::i^^ that outlined elovaloriB.- Here is a devised .'for allowing the farmer the ifall value of his produce. Instead of i^'orclnj^'him, as he is obliged to under present conditions, to sell his grain at Jljarely tjje cost of production, Added to this the measure of beneficial refortQs^.tp be brought about in the purchase. of farm implem ents, going fivther than enactments of a like na-tiiraio ant other province, will be a Amputated Arms (Mall and Empire) It Is said Hhat the Venus de Mllo has a "suffrage face," and the London shopkeepers'would rejoice If thcatone-throwing isuffragettos had Venus de Mllo arms. A, .Herculean Task (Toro;nto, GlobeV 'M put government at the service of humanity is a great ideal for any man. For the President of the'United States, surrounded by politicians who have too often wolfed the flock instead of shepherding it, such a creed means au endless conflict against privilege. fbe View Poin� (Toronto Star) Some years ago the liberals killed a bill intended to .interfere with Provincial rights in Manitoba. Today they are restating a measure designed to destroy self-government in Canndii Whether y^u approve of their conduct or not depends entirely on whether you think that self-government is worth defehdtpg, - The Stand^rl Seciifities Go. Real Estatte^^ Investanpnts Owners of Mfprnin Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bldg. P.O.Bpx 1979 Phone ?|29l Turning the Tables (|lQntreal; Herald) The AjkanBas legislature has passed a bill;d^reelng how newspapers are to be run-stories of crime and bM^To^an induat'ry handicapped In divo'xe musigo on Inside pages under treSfr^i:i?n^^i:: T^M^izs:'^^^::! nghtinitwo years, remedial measures ., , J,_ are to be enacted at once. ''^^^ ^""^ ^""^^ What has been done in giving ^res-ent aidsto agriculture was well out- vm'*'""! ^ lined by Hon. Duncan Marshall. The . (Toronto News) , ,famer�as;not only been educated In " >s unjust-and- unwls^ to exploit impOTtant^ttems pertaining to the NaUon^ Anthem. as j^�i�e T------- - The regular"'iprlntod voters' list in to-he perturbed about. Even in the Toronto oontahlBth&'names of 102,890 anattej!. of'the Land Titles offices men. of wha9^^37i'^98.Ho^i^d their yotes whiqhtshasi caused some' unjusUfiable at the recehtiQlvior�lect4on9. The list alarmi lit'certain quarters, we have the contains al^o-thenamea of 14,453 wo-a8�W!FWt�e:Of Hon. C. R. Mitchell that men, j)f ,whqmw23aO voted, i.e., about liegiBlatlon'would be brought down to one in three of the'in.en voted, and -carry out the policy gf decentraliza- about one in jlxJoftheLwomen voted. iJoPj;M>.di:ofli.'?es placed where they are in a supplq'ojentarK^ljst for; the Board fjathftw^jfitPrfepSHeedea. , ;. of Educ?.tl^fi'.rC^n^stB*14,il02 women .1 "^�i*.'th*3timfi.iarrlveB the .govern- were. entjtfel'.ta'^yQteTand'7896 men. .mf|itt-9JlI.$e.;foIng to, the; people'with jn this c^sg^a^* �ffOiOtepSVotea'and 195 J^'TSn* half per JS�t!3fe rtSPfc^^^hja. ile^tfuJ regard for. cent., ofjeacJ�i.i;PHt;?3^pi)dS9AffomBn pos-P.eSfr:^^lM?,.^Ve^Placed. them In the sessed'equalrlrijiilptiUei'wIib men, what 'iK{!^#V%>'fi^^ry.li'S;;out.;th� .same. -wouldftheykft.t^-iSKfii'iqwteBB-we do not She Hasn't Time She cannot do the things she used . To do some years ago. Since her father bought a motor, She hasn't time.you know. Money To Loan On improved property, and iov building ^purposes. The C. B. Bowman Agency SPECIAL SNAP Three high, level lots, in Alexander Addition^ only f60p.OO- One-Halt! cash, balance 8 and 6 months. - � " WEBER AGENCY ' V ROOM TWO," ALBERTA bCoCK surrendered to-that temptation.' His loyalty and usefulness to-the country as a whole is emphasized- bjr his apparent Indifference .to individual opinion. He makes no appeal to the gallery, although 'doubtless the quiet apj probation df tioughtful men' weighs: Bargain Babies with him more than is apparent" on the A nurse had taken a little'girl of surface. He has his own ideals and six years tosee her two new brothers,' his own standards, and he sets about when she suddenly exclaimed:- "I* to realize them apparently indifferent never seen such a woman as mother, whether the crowds applaud or con- She is always looking for bargains." damn. He is the exact o^ositeof the politician who seeks to have-hls public faults overlooked by liaveloping a cheap personal popularity, AS a clear-brained, well-balanced and capable legislator, Mr>McKenale �Wide Experience Merchant-"Tou want a situation as sardine packer? Have you had any experience?" Applicant-"Yes. sir;, for two years ship.-. ordii|^Hfy-''Bjay- at 'home. A Municipal/? rriHE PKBSENT situation, arlBlng ,)!igW�mi'irpper. Apart from the in- "furnished t^^at^a^iW^^ Dec'eltf iil rMiiSryl (Raython(4'-iE*ader;>' The Hon; JEi;:Bppiit!e'tfBennett, who :-X out of the regulation for thc in- : V ; ,, specUon of meats shipped outof i 'the province, calls for means to offset r7 4he dlsi-dyantage unde the city L*V;and district will be placed wUhotit i adequate facillUes for euBurlng .the K These have ! ; ;heen dlBcussed and a solution suggest-ed In tie erection of a city abattoir. iS'Kv: A "building Of this kind Is an abso-� x ..iute.f.;yte,w;;>nd;ihe authoTitJes ahould see.l has probably no equal,'certainly no i ^vas conductor on a street car, in superior, at Edmonton. '-It, was his the service of the Montreal Tram-analy.tical mind' which"dissected the ways company." cast-iron privileges of the'iC. P..R., and (He got the job.) discovered therein a meai}svby_which the branch lines In Albetta could be Peter Glide made subject to taxation.V "As; aVresult pinching, plodding, Peter Glide the province of Alberta �i8.;;$4.00,000 Never spent a cent! richer than It otherwise; wpuld-have He'd never in a motor ride, been, and the amount goes on in.crea'^- nq matter where he went. in;j from year to year. , Mr. McJCem ... zie's contribution-to. the, province in .pinching, plodding Peter Glide this single matter was .ejiual to an Labored hard for money.' endowment of millions.. .Alber^'can- -Which went for joy rides when he notaflord to lose ^men-of "Such'character and ability from Its publlc_Hfe, lior from an Important posltlolii In'the.5aln-Istry of the government;f r ,' In selecting Mr. McKenzle'as, their = V died 'And left it all to Sonny. - ^; ��B;; 15-9-21, .five/'miles^^: 'W'^ �iJetli--'^ bridge^Depot; two tod-one-balf inil6'^4'0rth ProvMcial Jail about 100 acrel.'iJi�;tVrile^rass;-:alf(f jitiisture.-.,.. ; - . V'I"-'" H^ftsture-'fenced Hog Tight. ' ' " '' ''� ^ iSxcepUonally easy to irrigate. It takes wa't^r toom-'the north.- -^�pouth and west. �'-''-'^ ' ' � ;jrhree-,dry.farms to rent, ' '" � ^: ^r.i^i-.'-J.y. O. T. Lathrop FARflVI LANDS FARM IrOANfr > UETHFJBIQGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALiSERTA -Judge. .OUR POINT OF yiEW mm ThereSis still the redistribution bill Per-storipg o.coroe, before- the .leglalatviro,' iSi)B''the' dumb* opposition are e heir^^|iiergle8 to tac^lo that-blU. iV, Consolidated schools will confer a f'Vi'lgi'heneflt in this .province where the '^�^'�S.'^o^ljlnrng'of forces will' work out so |ff.eii^1n;BeQuring the best in equipment It'is UP to the farmers and the labor unions 'to support the Sif ton govern-dWnth^ coming; flsht. The goveru-iil?if*g?*antlng the reforms aske'd for Eftltiave'-every; right'Jo. expect prao-; "'inoifOiOj^/y'.Tflllimean' muc| :c _'_'a' ^ �parts -yviorking in perfect liar- ; / ' ^:s;^|pi J >.; 'dity-TT-'th'e rush will soon be'on. � ^ -��vBver,ybody'': is driving a Ford"-more than ' , i^; 2b(jl0Qfl:'ln;B�]rvl.ce. New prices-rdnabout }!67S ,;.; -.\7-iquVlng .'eB^T; $^750-town car $1,000-with, all-' - ^(luippaeiif.'rlo.b.- Walkeryille, Ont. Get par-.i -.'Mcufar^''from GXBIVISTER & VIRTUE � :;:12^2.3rd Avenue South, , , Lethbrldge " "A lunny friend of mine up in 'Wls-'consln sent me a box of 'Imported' llmburger cheese by parcel post." "Yes." � Vl buried It. without opening the package." > '.Vfeh! ..'Why, how did you know it was" llmburger,cheese?"' Vw-h-a-t!^Cleve{and Plain Dealer. . The Automobile in Society Thp motor'^'^car of late has come To be a social sign. And'If you wish, to have a place -Among the superfine You've _got;^o pay the highest price ..;And 'drivp the finest car, 6r:'never, never in your lite '.Be quite a social star. ALUd yet, j D.efir frlentft,; do not, forget, ; ' Though you rise with your automobile OPifalL The gasoline smells Jpst the same In them all, 18 Sorry Plight 'A'v ma.n ."^o was greatly troubled wUh rheumatism bought some red fltj^nnel underwear recently, which was guaranteed* in every, respect, � and a CDupleof weeks later returned to the Stor^ yvhere he made bis purchase. , '\.''^hes� flannels are not what-you claimed them to be," he said to the clepk. . ,.. ; . {;:;';!'What is the trouble with them?" asked the clerk, "have they faded or :ib*\ihk?" ;j: ''.Faded! Shrunk!" cried the purchaser Indignantly. ",'Why, when. I 'Farm Hands XSasollpe.-Bhglneara Steam Enjllneers Harvest hands iCioke, male and fe-;�,�: :malo'',.'.{i"-i Hotel Porters WaltroBsea Chambermaids Teamsters Men for Grading camps V LMnifcierrnan ' Mln�P�" Tlmekeeper*.-, EtC.,..ptCv'  ; J. Harris & Co- REAL ESTATE AND STEAMSHIP AGENTS C. P. R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENrA^^NPY , PHONE 1412 BEGIN BLOCK, UETHBgiDG^ Q.JpX 631 Phnni* Write Wire or Call-We wllyl give'eaCh order fljji; pet -'^.'"'.Mlon Vnfd s'^o tha^ gettho class of l>s}p..you^ refjulre. Look Here I 'Do you want to sell your Medicine Hat prpperty?' If ;gt�, list Jt -lylth ug .for. quick sale. We ha-�;e buyerp jrjiliwjjg-|o-plo^ up .anything jthatis^ood if the .price Is-right � i ;;. j 'j , Iticiiar^on, Tennant, Sptane Cp. ..Real Estate-and Financial BrpKpr*,'-':�v�'*S*r�'r.l1j^0; phono 984. ..........,..IVI,dlpIn^ Mat ofirpe'down'to brfiakf| with'one otit^'pm on| this mornliig' ay wife asked me; 'What are f6ii' wearing .the baby's pink corai-neoKlaco iop?*"-Harper's. Animjiginary Wash 'Now, boyi,',",�aId the schqolOfaster , "what is the'axis of the earth?" ;Johnny falBed' his hand promptly:  '.'Well, Johnple, .how would you de-�i^ql:ll?e ^t?" ' - � ' ^ "The axis' o'f'tft'e';^ftr,t^,7;?aid.JP|"�' "* " � -------line volvea." "Very goofl,'! exdjaijried" i|ie'teacher. "Now,^opuJd.y9w')j4Sfi("<'5�'^*^ �P that l{ne, Jp}�;�ny?!J ' "Yes, sir,". WB tfe IflPly,' ^ ' � "lnd,eed!0 said �b-M^P�1��'^j appointed; -"and.w^t^a^rr'Qt ilothest" "imnginnry <|iptiifS�' ,|r^',< ' ;