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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE PAILlT HEBACD  Thiit'gday, March 13, ll�13 ^5 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BSTABLtSHED OKCBMBERIWr PMbllthed by the kethbrldge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., every li evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Uethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BiUeHANAN Manaolns ,pir*stgr T. W. QUAYLH Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONB: Editorial, Reportorlaf And Neyra Department 1224 PHONSi ^ Advertising ".55 Circulation And Job U Departments 12 52 BAll-Y aUHSqRIBTItJN RATES: 1 year, dellverea ....... 14.00 , X y�ar, by inaU ..i....... �3.00 ( months, delivered,..,,. SS.OO . , ,____ ' ci en I months delivere Cartfston-~Alberta. Drur * Book Company. , Fernle, B. C.-Percy BeaU . Medicine' Hat-Ik/M. .Horth*m-CranbrooH, B. BeatUe and AtchtttSOiii . Clarasholm-C 'It. Relnecke Dlarnend Cltyi-4)ramona 'City Drug C� '.. V ,' a'. C,~Woria Wide MiCwnpan^. . Brown i Brown, AIM �r\ all Oif-R> trains THE WSEKLV HgRALP Published every Wednesday in eleht or more pa^qs, and contalu � summary off of the.>;9eHr local ana district i year In advance .........~ 3 months In advance Wc t months'in advance .760.'' J. land and in the dairy what H will pay them to continue to do well when they have Canadian farms of their own. Mr. Guinness, it will fee observed, is doing in a qniet way much for Canadian immigration. The youth of England are having their oyes open to what Is expeoljed from them. lii the land to which they aire::lookhig forward as a n�w hom�. ^doioften it is the thought of the free and easy 1 If� with plenty of spoft aners in tparllament To quote the 'words o^jflis Majesty in opening the third session of the British Parliament, and referring to the action of the Dominr ions in offerlng their aid to increase ihe naval strength of the Empire. "The discussion proceeding in the Canadian parliament on matters of defenofi testifies tp the desire of the ^omm^n %afet:^.*' - .^Thl's ia the attitude of the Liberals in raising the discussion. Senator, Lougheed ;in - an interview at Cnlgary is Tepi-esented as stating that the , goveramaut Jiad-a, mandate from the. people ,to vote.a contribution to the Impe^'ial'navyi as embodied in the pfe3eijt-;hftl. before parliament. The Senator, is drawing,enr"'liis irnag-inatiou. Would he kindly-mention a speech in whichharevervmefltionedtt policy of cant^JhutlQai......._ assigned to interview this young man, when in. Canada on a lecturing tour-at, the close of the Boer war, will give hearty approval to the criticism. On tfiat occasion Mr. ChurcJilU was boor^^ -Ish in his treatment of Canadian iowv nalists, but it was hoped that increasing years had mended his manners. One of the interesting features of the proceedings in the House of Commons at present is that the gentlemen to the right are very restive over being muazled, and take what comfort they can in disorderly conduct. And not the least interesting fact Ig that one or two of the cabinet ministers seem to be tlie ring leaders in reducing the dignity of parliament to^ the Ibvel of a bar room. 'But ofj course there is a saloon in the badig-ment. , '�,' The Standard iecui^ie$ Co. ' ' � '' I ' I III'I'11 ' ' I' " -f----^-^-------r II I I Real Estate and Investnrents Owners of IVlorning Suite 111-115 Sherlock B%. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 While the Heral^is ript at all anx-iousto cut o.ff one cettt'iot.toe ciylo revenue, we fajl tg;^eQ,,'Hthy the dairy-' men, and bakers ahou^d,s: bp- penalizedf because _ they are rcarrying ion. very necessary 'businesses.' If' the license; is for the purpose-of^control and in-.' spection, a one/dqlliir f ee would be "as-efBcacious as fifteen, dt looks like discrimination, ., ' . A London ffew^fiapei'- charges Winston : Churchiir with being .-.rude to newspapermen.. panadjan newspaper men -^ho had the misfortune to be .y-ln the''nomination of Mr. Mouat, Pincher Creek -Liberals have selected the man who will'take the measure of John * Kemmld in a most satisfactory majiner. Mr. Mouat is one-of those substantijU men who knows the needs-of his 'district and is capable of pressing them upon the attention of the government. Pincher. Creek is being well used'by the provincial government and practical' appreciation is looked for as the people of the riding arc astute enough to encourage' goo'd work. Mr. Moufvt is well liked; is-a man who is an out and out booster tor.Eincher Creek, and the. Herald will be surprised if he is not elected by a sulis'tantiiii majority. "Where Taber is Leac|ing * "ll 7'HHN WOMEN league together Vy for the furtherance of schemes i' _ ' which have for their objects '.Ifhe hfiautifylng an4 rendering clean ~^ - land iealthy the cities or towns in - I'Which they have made their homes, to.0 one will accuse'^them of heing jneddlesome. Rather-would they meet ^ ^wlth. commendation Crpm all sides for i. tlteallzlng their responsibility; and entering a province which is distinctly ^women's Remain. In this respect a fli^e example has jfceen set by the ladies^of Taber. They J Ipretnow; busily engaged in arranging ,'^3ror the bolding of a "Sweet Pea and tOarden Blower Show."''This is a plan V 'fprsenthuBlntf interest to the keeping up of .gardens which, -while adding \'T)^uly to-each indlrtdu'al home, aerve 'Aid t&e conglomerate'to '^dd to the \*QhWi;ie of 4 town beautlfid, ^ .Tbs T^her branch of th'e Alberta hWom#n^ Institute Kppearg to be not \mh a- Brogr|EieaiTe but a. higWy euer-^etic and buslneas body. Its mem-' �er8 have ebown this In capturing jiot oqly the Interest' of the promin-lent bnaijqesB men pf the town, but their efforts liav^ gone beyond their !,T Jvurg. They have gained the sympa-; thy and supjjort of the Natural Resources Department of the Canadian DPaciflc R^lway an^ have likewise in-, tereste'd the Superintendent of Fairs nd-Institutes at Edmonton. This is istep in keeping with women's pat-'^ii ' ',ural. appreciation of beauty which )n,iv lie styled an aesthetic departure twrtiig on natural lines. But the;women-folk of Taber are fli t Hatlsfled with the veneer of things only. While appreciating the beau-tliul they do not fail to place stress on-the iipeful. They have fully priz-ecl ti�e importance of a clean town, aiid' ha^e organized for bringing Abqut sanitary conditions in keeping lyltb ido^efft hygiene. They have magil^'ai^imo'usiy taken some of the bljime of fxistlng conditions In Taber on.tbemselves in the opinion coming ftom, their work; and without exception the young men 8^em;hftl?�y at^heir work, they are i�,yl(J^pt% laying iu stores of good bealtb'.'ftli.^ gopd spirits; in a word, 'fe�yiSFt WSfyM>8 as men; .They are throwfl ?on; ihblr own resources, and fii^eiltti;*;' depend on themselves, as tlieVwlUibe'-ff hen they get to Canada, H^dvth^; ttia made to do well ojj, the Justifiable. Indignation (Pittsburg DispatoU) A Wllmingtonj Del., drunk who objected to being' embalmed, and assaulted the undertaker �^who was starting in on .th^;'proo0qLS, should, take, the p^ecautio^:^of'carrying' a placard informing all and supdry, that he is already pickled; IWust Vote Taxed (Vancojiver Prpvlnqp) Every citizen in tjtah:who-'is eligible to vote but who does not exercise the rigjit wlIl'W compelled' to pay a poll tax of ?3itlfr .under: the ^erms of. a bill passed by the senate; The tax 'Will be asaes8e'&- against women as well as men, . - They VyjII-'Have to Do U (Saskatoon Phoenix) Conservative speakers will have the busiest time of. theiklives,-if an election comes on;, trying. IJo explain to the -west whythe,-Borden::government refused to bring in a- redistribution bill which would imean 22 new seats to the-west. A Punk Policy (Toronto Star) To spend ?35,000,000 on the far side of the,ocean to build three empty ships and leave them tied to the shipbuilders'- docks does not make much .-of antappeal to either thcnusiness sense '�or the glowing imagination of Cana^ans.  Australia's Charge Against- Canada sa' ., (Regina-Leader) One of the most serious charges' directed against any civilized country in recent years is,, alas, made againatj-the Dominion of ..Canada by its sister British nation, the; Commonwealth ;ot Australia. Tl^e gharge . made against Canada by Austi:aila Is that of havipg broken what Is  tantamount to ti'saty' obligation. It iSi on a par with athe British complatntj; against the :�nited States of a violation of the - Hay-Pauncefote treaty:- governing f}h&-, cou; trol of the Panama .Canal.. ' Lessons Still Needed (Sydney.'Rjcprd) .Until indivfduMViiearn that money spent on road-buiVjJJUff i? a good investment the:::peoplei'VfiH nev^r have good roads. .The,7lt, has been learned in so'm^;places, many others it has still to be taught. A Progressive Charter ^ (Moraine',Albertan)  ., The city of ;Lethbridge presents fqr the sanction of the provincial ^egisla-ture a charter whioli hasi'some,'progressive featuresmore radical than can be found In/vthe charter of .any other city in Cai^ida. It provides, for a commission, thff'memherp of which are to be elected by the people. It provides for the initiative, referendum and recall. ^.Legislation may be Initiated by a petition of Zfi per cent, of the voters. No new bylaw, rexcept those relating to public -health or safety, which are extremely' urgent, will come into effect for twenty days, when by similar petition a vote' may It's ifiot the meelianical pe-rfee-. ti'oii of any one part of the Ford tr-it's the perfection of all its parts worlting in perfect har-inony~-that makes it the car of tiniversal and unprecedented, demand. Better, buy yours to-' day-t'tho rush will soon be on. f'Everybody Is driving a Ford"-more than 300,(!00 In service. New prices-runabout ?e75 ^touring car >$750-^town car $1,000-with all equipment, f.o.b. Walkervllle, Ont. Get par- : ticulaf s:'jfrow Gi:.^NISTER & VIRTUE t238.3r^ ..Avenue South, I'v Lethhrldflo B r i t i sli Co 1 u m b i a , The closest point to t^e;,Prairie ^Provmces where fruits can'1)e sue- ; /cessfuUy grown. Every applVgtowh in 1912 was sold before Ghrist- mas. Many berry growers im^ sold their 1913 crop now. Write I'or free booklet on Creston. ^v;'" : " North Lethferidf^^ Realty Company PHONE 636 -- SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTHERN ALBERTA. 414 -ISth Street North. LETHBRIDGE,; ALTA. Alberta - Has- Excellent Openlnos for General' Store. Hardware Store Lumber Yard Drug [store '-.�Doctor' Restaurant � Livery Barn : Implemeht Warehogso. �� Bank  -Harness Shop � Barber Shop Blaoksmith Grain -Dealer Live Stock & Poultry Dealer Boarding House. MAZEPPA Has a/i'trlbutary territory of 100 square' miles of the oldest and mostvttiicUly populated mixed farming district of Alberta. ith & Lindsey Agents for Southern Alberta Royal Bank Building, Lethbrldge J. C. GREENWOOD & CO. 80 McDOugall Block, Calgary, Alberta. Money To Loan On improved property^ and for building ptrpoads. The C. B. Bowman Agency I ACAPIA BtpCK PHONE 1328 be taken. The recall may be started by a petitlon'of 15 per cent, of the .number of citizens voting at the last election. V In municipal elections the voters must vote for i as many candidates as Inhere are offices to fill, and must also vote for their first, second and third choices for ea6h office, provided there are niore than one o'r two candidates, otherwise the -ballots will' not. count. The sii'ccesstul candidate must receive a majority of the votes cast for him as , first choice.. If no candidate receives--a majority the votes of the ;lowest first |ohoice candidate are thrown out t0d the. second choice votes are added to the first choice vot'es of the � remaining candidates. After tha.t IsV.done, should no candidate *have'a' majority of the total vote cast, the third class votes shall be added to the first and second, and the result determined by the total vote of all. three. This does away with plump ing and compels the voters to express their estimate of not less than three candidates. ' The Lethbrldge charter, though rather unusual, is not extreme. It is: very Interesting. If adopted as it stands, municipal affairs In Lethbrldge will be looked upon with great interest. "fust for a foke/^ Image of Him ' "Mike, I am going to make you a present of this ,,pig." '  "Ah, sure; an' it's just like you, Borl"-"Woman's Home Companion. � Lived In Town "Say, ma, who said 'Neither a bor^ rower nor a lender be?'" "Some person^ who'd never lived in the suburbs, Tommle."-^Llfe. Parcels Post "Any mall fer me, Hi?" "B'lieve so, Silas; it's either a post-hole 'ligger or a wagln-tongue."-Galveston News. Not a Bit Sarcastic On the train out Medfcird way. Sub-bubs got into conversation with a stranger, who remarked: "I See you arei:puttiug ,up a.good many .new, build i^kf'^ >"ye6,.", 'anawer'ed '.'Subbubs; ''n4rw;b'uiWings are: tUeroiily'-kln,4i'We p'ut'up."' SPECIAL SNAP ,� Three: klgh, level lots, !n Alexander Addition,, only One-Half cash, balance 3 and 6 months, '' " WEBER AGENCY ROOM TWO, ALBERTA BLOCK .00- For Rent . - N. %. U -X5-l)-2i, five miles K E, Lethbrldge Depot; two and one-half miles north �Provinciai jail about 100 acres in tame grass and pasture. i T � ? '�' Pasture fenced Hog Tight. 7 ' '� - Exceptionally easy to irrigate. , It takes water-from'the nqrth, Bouth and. west. Three dry'farms to rent. O. T. Lathrop ' � .FARM LANDS .UETHBfllDGE.^ PAR M LOANS" STAFFORD BLOCK - ALiBEPTA "FOn ALL KINDS OF IIJII.? m^r- Farm Hands Gasoline'' Pnglr^eers Steam Snutneors Harvest hantjs , Cooks, male' and fe-�tnaie  :..:,, � Hotel Porters . Waitresses Chamtiermatcls Teamsters Men for Grading camps LuiDbermeji^ pi�ck�mlth� MaohlnletS' : Miners' : Timekeepers, ^tc, Etc. J. Harris. & Co^ i^EAL ESTATE AND STEAMSHIP AGENT? C, P. R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCVi ' PHONE 1412 BEGIN BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE ~ P, O, BOX 831 ---.........'y^- Phone, Wrfje; Wire or Callr-'We wilyl give each order our personal attention' and see that you get the class, ol help' you requfre, , A' sympathetic Lad ' . Mother' (attar reading sympathetic story)-Now, Reggie, wouldn't j?au like to give ^oiir bunny to that poor llttJ:)gl�iud."-=-1ljijee ArU Club journal. '' . i Co^t.Hlt.OJpJpcf "Object" drawingh�B:brou^t a-n�^ a'nxlety into tbe apfiob)?,.!' _ J.n Vertaln districts youngBtere-may�bi,8,een;mov' Ing schoblward "with hfttch'ptft, HnlVoa, hammers, obfsela tiP9[^fllRi|!^!f. tbiuga as materials for their SjrftMjtflfl'iessonfl. rrhe other day, iuflt.a^.qistf; of.-theae lessons was abbiit tp 'begluVa small boy was found.. gtandiBgit^ArfUlly at the teacher's dfisk, �  - ".-."�^'^- ','I've BwallowVi^ my objflot?'' he"e�T claimed, wltJj \m MaiW-l"** P"?-" ' "What was W" f^K'fid"'*?^!, tfiaflher, anxiously. � ' '-^^r� "A banana/''>eplje^' Uje ;wOuld-b^ artist, with B::.)Rnal*gUlp,=TTl?Itt9bu5^ Cbronlele-Telegrnpb**"'', ;