Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 4

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 10

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBB^DGE DAIXY HEBALP tETHBRIDGE DAItY MtALD ESTABLISHED t�JECeMB�R�W rubllshed by the Lethbrldga Hsi�)'d J>ubll�htng'Co., t.^-i vary lawfMl evanlng at lu office, Sixth Str��t,',t�tiibrl4i|e,AI�iKt�,-Canada. W. A. .BUCHArfAH ManagiKfl Piractor f. W. QUAYLP ManaBlniB 'Ed|ti)r ' JOHN~ TOBRANCfi Buatn��s Managvr PHONE: Editsrial, Reportorlsl And Kavta Department 1224 PHONBl Advartltlng Circulation ' And Job Departmanta 12 5 2 DAILY SUBSCBIPTION RAT0S 1 yeai-, delivered ....... S4.(� 1 ye�r, by mall ........, pJUl�!Bnce do more to build up the ^dustry In the district arouud Lethbrldgo, and that is really of more importance. In event t(Uo sheepmen must weigh tiie facts carei'villy before arriving at a (leoislon lor .the wrong course would do more to hurt their assoclaUoB and their industry than many of them:Imagine. It is pleaa-iiig to note, however, that the government is also considering the interests of the sheepmen, and all working together the right solution should be found. I Who Discovered " SOME MONTHS AGO Dr. Charles Saimders, of the Central F,xperi .Bpraise. It is now the tura of Hr.' ?j: Jpharles'-Saujifiers. Prclyde*' WW? It jniiy be said that the name "Pre-iude'JtRvorsTDr.-Saunders' contentions ae tJ^e^^Dctor iis'known as an accom-pli^ed Jiau^Ician and is a leader^ in Qiuslcal oirfsles. It makes little dU-fer^QQe, fcow.ever, who discovered the 'Wrelad'e". ;,yBrIety,: providing It will 4o flUHjiatvls claimed lor it. The iJ!alU�tR:hftVe?yst -to ;be heard from, las tUera la -a ;;bife poBsiblJlty that a wheat iripenlns .80 eariy will lack-the {jardness eaqenUa! to No. 1 Hour. As a "^mixing wheat, however, it might IMfovev/Bipfl table. That Cardston 'Bqufire QUE POINT OF  VIEW The United Farmers ai-c satisfied with the cooperative elevators bill, and It doesn't much matter what Mr. Mlchener thinks. It Is up to Mr. Bennett to apologize to the people of Cardston for the nasty slander he uttered. But it Is dollars to doughnuts he won't have the grace. JIalcolm MoK-cnzle isn't the most popiilar politician in^the province, but he is one of thf, ablest. And perhaps of the two qualities the ability will count the most'lor' (ihe jjrovlnce. "When the city council comes to the task of appointing a publicity agient It is to be hoped they-will.select the best available'man. Savo the dollars on something else. Go after the right man for publicity ageflt. Our brilliant friend, the colonel and la'.vyer from Pinqher Greek, has demanded the head of the Passburg postmaster on a platter. As an a.K?' man the Pincher GreeTt lawyer has the Cardston disciple of Blackstone beaten ten city .blocks. Dr. Levering Is quite right in seeing that the bylaws are enforced. If one bylaw is to he sneezed at, why not all. If Uie bylaw is bad or too -severe, repeal It, but don't keep it on the books and wink at it. Such a procedure has a bad effect on the people. The honfire has been discovered. It wag the buTnIng of R. B. Bennett in offlgy at Cardston In 1899. But that didn't'Justify R. B. in twisting It Jhto a reflection on the British people. Mr. Bennett is something like the tailors of Tooley street. "We, the people of England." Old timets who knew James N. Mac-' donald, the newspaper man, who; dropped .dead on tbe streets of Calgary will remember him as a kindlyj man and one who tUd his worlf con-' sclentiously. Any faults he had were; to his own injury, and never aan It b^ said that he ever injured anyone else. He was an exceptionally well equipped newspaper man. c^rities Co. Real :e and %v^tme; Gmiers of Mc>rning^ide Suite 111-115 Sherlock Hdg. P;O.Box lftT9 l*one 1291 THERE ARE TWO R. L. BORDENS >' rp.HE iaRB.(i.T SEORJJT IS OUT. S . X Tfiere was a boiiflre at Card-Jit j ston, but It was. not one to jiJiiiiSflory over the defeat of British- atms: , , It was a bonfire to glory ovef t)ie � v^^eleat of R. B. Bennett by Prank ^^j. .fOUver in a Dominion election, wMch '�''>"? 1b. a vastly different "thing. ytr'^iOne might'wonder "why the people 'Viff.':*!.Cardston, held Richard Bonfire in a story told by old-'itsjs^-tJmers illuminates the situation. It fs�/.i'.w^ geptleman, now a gnem- J^.er; of the Borden cabinet stumped ""liSflpUtlwrn Atberts lor Mr. Bennett and was by no means-pleased with the popularity of Mr. Oliver. According to the story, when he was driven to the .fitatiOR .,at.Jl(Iacleod to take the train for Calgary, his last injunction to his friends'who accompanied him, was to '"�Swear every - kformon in the country.'; TJjls kindly expression leak-"e^ ''flpt its. ^ome way and as a result Benas^i _ was literally snowed under an;avalanche of ballots. Apparently to celebrate this defeat, not pf Brftisb arms, but of Tory arrogance, "the boys of Cardston stuffed an' old-bag-'fuH of wind, labelled If Hi I Bi Bennett, r^nd set fire to it. Mr. Bord^a, :Hansard, March 29, 1909.-In so far as my right honorable, friend, the Prime Minister, today outlined the lines of naval defence of this; country, 1 am entirely at one with Uim. I am entirely of tlie opinion In the; first place that the proper line upon which we should proceed in that regard^ ;IS THE LINE OF HAYING ,A CANADIAN NAVAL. FORCE OF OUR OWN.! I entirely believe In that, ; The other Borden, Hansard, Dec. 5, 1912-There have been proposals to which I shall'no more tiban allude that .we should-build up a great naval organliwtlon ;ln'Canada.'"In ^my humble opinion NOTHING OF AN BFFIC-' EBNT CHARACfTBR COULD BE BUILT IN THIS COUNTRY WITHIN A QUARTER qSiPERWA^S HALF A CENTURY, /*�-�*� Mr. Borden, Hansard, March 29, 1909-I do desire to emphasize, .as "far as is in my pbwer,,tJhe-Jmportabce to Canada of some attempt at naval defence; of the defence of our''seaports and the protection of our commerce. Ijot us look at the question from another aspeqt. How many cities and towns are ther.e-In GepaSa: which would be open to the raids of a second or third-class cruiser? I suppose THERE ARE NOT LESS THAN FORTT OR FIFTY CITJ^g AND TOWNS IN CANADA OF 2000 POPULATIONS ORH' mmsMM::-:..:,;-:- The:Bulls i:Qf.;;:Ba^ap O^JPW.ITHEI .BU^S 'OF qgAaHAN*, JTi ,ot the Cqifservative press ro^r t ; ov0r>thetaoUn>en at Ottawa are -not merely^ fighting for the rights of a mipp:dty,litl>^ are contending for a aarvalapElntiiple-unanimonsly .endorsed byfparUamant''four years ago, and canrylQ^ wil;h It the sentiment of a j^^ftle-qpiiintry.; Can this be called a f^�e;Q(W0j?fly.? Bather is It a combat to .-save the .Canadian nation irom �Be^hlng':--^. levQl of the Malays In lu^mlBjUn^ ?�; contribution, and from 'lytecjBg itself.' In an inferior po-e cessfully grown. Every apple g-roAvn in 1912 was spld befoEfi .(Dhrist-mas. Many berry growers haVQ sold .their 1913 cxo.p nom .^rijtc for free booklet on Oreston. North Lethbridge Realty Company 414 13th Street North. PHON E '536 SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. LETHBRIDQE, AUTA. cause of .men-'s dishonesty. As far i^aok ^s the time of Adam the woman has been blamed for the man's sins; but it must be admitted that It was not -Eve's love of dress that caused Adam's downfall. UPWARDS WHICH; WOULD BE OPEN TO THE RAID OF AN BNBMT COMING AGAINS-rvUS.  " * The other Porden, Hansard, Feb. 29, 1913-^What will be the purpose" of' the navy which;.fay honorable friends -propose to cgeate when It is created? They propose to Jiave one fleet unit on the Atlan(ll/and'one fieetWinlfon the Pacific. For wl)at purpose will, they be placed there, and to what extent wUI.they be eft^cUyp.?, I gftythat-.t,be defence of Qangcda will be by the united; naval forces whole; Empire) and I lurfhe^'VJJIAINTAIN TH'AT-'- IT WOULD BE fMpbss'lBLE;FOR'A SINGLE FLEET fADA AGAINST .SUCH AN ATTACK as' might be expected'-ifi an-attack were to take place, . i Mr. Bor4en�,.Marp}� 29^ 1909-I think that an expenditure of .money - de-! signed for tfiat puri^pae .-(local naval defence), OUGHT IN THr MAIN AT; LEAST TO �a-Ui�HfflJIB-T�E CONTROL OF OUR OWN PARLIAMENT, and; that by making^an-^aitPioprlation of this kind and attending to ;the defence of our own coasts "by.sco-qperation and co-ordination with the Imperial naval forces .we wojjJdibe; randering a real service in.the defence of the ED!�Plrc,: and we would-lie idoing-flHCiduty not only to Canada, but to the Empire, as a whole. -' ' , ; The othep-Borden, iEeb,.29, 1913^j:f you have the British na.vy/the most powerful navy...ittitU.e,World,-if you cOTOperate with it, IF YOU ASSIST: IN MAINITAINING ANO.|BtIIUQJNG IT UP, I VENTURE TO SAT THAT YOU HAVE AHRrV.EJ),EOR;T�lE PRiESENT AT, LEAST, AT THIE BEST SOLUTION OF TJfJip.^ROBLEM tbat. could possibly be devised, and in aupport^of this I take the cleatitaf^ment of the*Admiralty that the best way in -which Canada can atd.TtH'o'^nlplre at the present time Is by the provision of a certain number ;0t4ij^-a,j!f3qnie .of t^e oglplals , assoi^^fiicul .aloj� with merq? ?JP|,tl;ig Ppmlnipp- D^p^rtm^nt pjt. .rtfiultHre are of the belief that jtbbrldge is the proper plaoe. for it. ithars believe that it should be a|; )jsqe ooean port'in the east, where would ;ihe available to raanufacturr ''M'Z,..u,^r,.., ,.,,, . , ; i.ei^p,;fir.e gOP^ ai;guwefltp, for eatfli lajifctjie Herald would urge the J' �' ' ii .to^ study 'the ' -situation lithis' summer while expert-' ,i^�.,-i|fhre;iil}sing'ntade to market the ol]o|ip to England, that by next 'i^^c�noerte&,'aotion may ^e.takep, ^*"tole jjir^jSleip. is one of the ^'j^S^fJ^ViP^ .^9 >tfee .sj^gjp; la--.ji (Pf'.iiP^nada,, lor thpre is no j5,two additional smaller warehouses had to be built; in PhUftdeipbla and Boston. Ilere the;:bu}'|o^ is done, the Chicago warehouse mefely keeping the east-prg: establishments ;8tockeA. ;.;.The advocates of the eastern ware-Ijouse also contend that tholr course jvpuld; tend to' encourage .the manufacture of VoHQN� .1385 SPECIAL SNi^ Three ihigh, level'lota. In Alexander .Addltloh,,only ;MOO;QjO- One-HaK cash, ibalanoe ;8 :8na 6 months. WEBER AGENCY , 1 ROOM TWO, ALBBBTA BLOCK J 'yosf phra Joke ". /  � ..A Foxy STchtmd "'Tommy,. If you'll saw. some- woodr �I'll tell you what I'll do." "What's that, dad?" " ' ' '' "".'I'll 'let'- you"; have, the - sttwdust ito i tplay ,circus: with."'.-. , 4 '.; : The Greeks. ('Isn't if funny?" ' -"Stfqot."  " ' � - . . 'i ^'Tho 'Greeks \ ' -JRari^ .Hands ^ . . ,jEa8oHne 'Enrflnopra ^ate^ -iEnglfneusna'^S ...ld�nvBst-tlMii>d�'V' ^ ';Coo|;i,S, .oiale >N I*-'male- ' -Hotel Porters Waitresses 'Chambemnald* ;X�atn8tenB Men for Grading . camps liiinnWVmen -MaQhtnlita .IWltiefB Tlm/(J LETHBrnDOE . /; pi -O.-BOX '681 WrUo;jWlrtt6�rtis?l .and'-pee-�that lyou got i;he .class of "-heir.you're^re^^^^ ~*'*''''-~^'""'"'�'----------; ^ ' - r..---,7.;-v�. M^iSdue Hat and MM . W,E,HAy�.j(uyEBS WAITING AND SOJJCIT VOyR ,LMfT-;. V iN^S>] G0^p~_^uV8.ALWAYS READY. REFERBNCBat ROYAL �'^'- '-.^-v''9->-|.\A. Ball & -Co. 3S TOROhjTO STREET r MIEDICIN^ HAT I�'iM?ictof..f(q0n;.4o 6e ,the'' 'nearest k'noVn'Riis'slafe' '^y^onyin''* for "fire hose/'-Manohe8'1*f'^Gu'ai''dian.' . No"*'' for oysters-tvrtth some stout)! . r^oTv;, for^fiounders, now for trout! JSfow ,;f9r, h^en. I flisfJusd! Now at last to get^a, bjte . Of e-very bI�aBed ^ab Ip 8!l|htt For th? connojBsem 4u �!ey 'That the matter tafttfwif ar Will be BurfurpiJ hy''aijj ^tlpl^i So In Lent I -yyiy l^e .^oofl, � .' And by Baslier, p^..;^ejpyo| Will have raqjle pie af^f'iy i)])9vert ;