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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUK THE LKTHBRIDOE D A ILY. H ER A tD THURSDAY; MAKCH 12, 1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 fVWshtd by the LMhbrtdjt Herald Prlnttnj Ltd.. every lawful evening at III (ffite. Sixth 8t, Carulm. W. A. Managing Director JOHN Mmnajer PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, RtpsrlflHit ard NCWI Dtpjrtment 1224 Advertising. Circulation and Departments 1252 DAiLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES i ieir deHre-ed................. 1 rear, by mail...................... S months, dellvwd S aMsatis. by sail.................... Jl-50 S conilj delivered.................. a months, by mail...........t........ 1 month.' delivered I month, by mall----................. AdJrossrs rtsnsw! is ai desired, but both utw acJ old addresses must be siren. .75 '.ES HERALD FOR Red Crois Drug i Book Store; J. G. t Murphy Co.; Cranbrook Like Grassy Hotel. ertson Co.; Jacfcsoa Kemp Coata Co.; Alejandra Hotel; Provincial Agency. jle's Umg Slore: Kenny Leadlrg Booi Allta: Lethbridse Dr. Store. J.OSA Eta Aie. Cisar Drug World News Co. Stfllcn IMnard OUmcnd Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hal AssialboU Co.; News Shop, 415 Q nu IY ell World News Co. Carmangay Clarence Kcol- A. D. River Side Co- THE WEEKLY HERALD ererv Wednesday in eight cr more pages, and contains a summary ot the nes-s cl wcei, local and district lvearlnadvar.ee'.................... S'-00 6 months in advance................... 50c LONDON'S BEST FOR CANADA. Wii have hud placed in our hands a pamphlet issued by llie British gii'iiualion Co. If is lias been circnlat- i'il throughout Ihe cilics of Ihe Dominion, arid is of consideration. The aim of (he organ- ization, to put it shortly, is to transplant tempor- arily the productions of .tlie London, Eng., .Ihe- nlrcs, with'the players'who have made their names famous, lo the stages of the Dominion .theatres.. Membership is asked for, entailing no financial obligation whatever; Whal is requested is simply a moral obligation to support the ob- jects of the organization and to patronize the en- tertainments provided. There is no subscription jir entrance fee. Tlie organization has already been formed Iivllh head offices in London, Eng., and a Canadian office at Montreal. The preliminary: start has .been made in the present visit of Mr. Marliri.Har- ycvvto tire Dominion, and other famous .actors svtch as lir. Laurence Iryingimd Sir Herbert-Beer- bpiuf Tree-are jThe value of the scheme cannot be_exaggerat cd. II has its educational advantages, it will bring Jlie best in theatrical entertainment of the people of the Dominion, and .will, more- uveri-place them in a position to practically seleci ilieir own plays and players. .Y.iji; JJie -following-ex- article Daily. Tele- graph i-lflft William Hqlles, I'Eng- JisK'tlraniatists have been content id transfer the their for. to American managers who, i little regard fbr'wha" jCaiiadiansrvery Iheir legili male .....-._. that with possibly the excep liijrfof Montreal and Tprpnto, our public is beini so class are con .vAIrca'dy.-in. Ottawa, ..Hah N.B.y WinDipeg and A'ariciouvc liaye: been formeti, and influentia Jianies pbb'ljshed as siippcirlers of the Society. 1 {would be well for some .of Ihe leading citizens in tclhbridge to take a hand in the formation of committee with a.quqla of members vhich'wil jimke a sufflrient giiarunire, so far as patronage js. concerned, for. ensuring the thest players to llie city. Lcthbridge will have, muc to gain thereby in more .ways than being con jBidcred a .theatrical centre worthy of the visit o 'ilislinguishcd players. n by the authorities lo estimate Hie importance, cmlily and courtesy by qflicUils and to instil n their minds that those who travel or have igs wilh Ihe railways are to. be cousidered as and with this idea bJ> accorded all the[ onsideration the term conveys. Particularly is this essential when, as in the? ase of the C. P. R., there is no alternative pf ravelling, and the wishes of the men at the head the company, will earn for them tlie'good- -il! and respect of travellers of all kinds.. In the various "sorts and conditions" of le who use the C. P. n. there is not only a tax n its minor officials, hut a call for much tact in ealiug with them. The general use of'this will >e much encouraged bj' the arrangement made.; Courtesy and politeness are after nil" cheap ommodities, their exercise does not call -for luch effort or trouble, but, unforlunately, ihers re those, not only in the C.'P.'R., but iu other ralks of life, who have not the instinct for their j xercise sufficiently ingrained in them. It is for hese 'that- Hie, necessity for; lhesit "gentle" eg- ressions which make the gentleman'should be mpnasized. In this scl'a corji-, nendable example. OUK POINT OF VIEW Another day like the will be ime lo talk about "clean-up" .day. Perhaps if Cannda were to. spend :slablishing a.ship building yard to build a navy, he of the iron mines'would be able to peg along without, that bounty.' Horses For Sale Horses Wanted MEN who hay? horses for sale, or who want to buy or trade for good hbrses should set Messrs. Welsh and Connor at the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables in this city. gentlemen have brought into for (sale, some of thievery best horses ever brought into the province, They have Clydesdale, Hackney ana Standard Bred Imported Stallions and other registers ed and Grade horses from The Ownersdo notwant to take these horses ieisewhere-they Sellor s in any quantity should see-Mr-. Welsh at the stables or at the Responsible To; (PT Wet ii InjTKe -'Wa' cijiect' fiiri You can 7. here and all be mide THE For. apply to any steauualp. way agent, or K. E. L1DMAN, General 349 Main Wlnnlptj FOR LEAGUE" RAILWAY INNOVATION ORC. P..R, The action of the young men who are bpni on making Lethbridge the first city in Alberta to or- ganize a. citizens' ambulanrp. hrignde is a.worthy' one. The work is along the right lines and every citizen should help. men.-propcr and effective organization Is one. -in which" eVery 'man1 is "given an-equal opportunity Jo forge to the in >i'ttch the ii.o ylll'.ie. thote who are .moat worthy and in every way best fitted. The largest organiiaUon In west today'Is the Canadju Pacific Kail- oJ: '.ThVforces are on Uic of en tbat eraptovee must call- ed In, the reiwrt.'and Instruct- to inlUal It with any comment h! may with, to maJie. :7bU repbrt Will uJUmattlf to: Ui'' perfect, and UiU taeuia V beins rid. optwi' to.Travent a '.'Vnocked.1'. without his The Board of Trade will be pleased to hear that Diamond City is not opposing llie construc- tion of a bridge there. The iwq municipalities may now gel together and present a united front lo the powers-lhat-be at Edmonton. Is the epidemic of hold-ups and daring rob-] lxries_ on Ihe western slope significant of any- Ihing more than llie mere fact that money is not; [lowing so freely as it was a few years ago? The present winter has established a record for crime in some parts of Ihe country, though in Southern j Alberta we can pride ourselves thai we can show i a remarkably clean record. A COMMENDABLE EXAMPLE. i- IT is interesting to note that, under new ar rongemwits mode by Ihe C. P. R., odlcers wi bu. required lo make a report Iwice a year i .June and December on the services rendered b every officer and employee immcny adverse commentoSl (Kicept Sunday) .Cardston Great Falls ;