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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'i 8.' THE LETHBRIliGE DAILY HERALD Friday, Match 141913; EETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD eSTASLISHEO DECEMBIR n07 J^bllthed by tha Lethbrlrfg* HeraTd Publlihlng Co., Ltd., �>very IkwMt-1 avenino atlts offlce. Sixth Street, Lethbrldoe>Alb�rta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN - Managing -Dlrestor' T. W. QUAYUB Managing EdltSP'-JOHN TORRANCE Buslnsu Manager PHONE] Editorial, Reportorlal And Newt Oepartment 1224 PHONEl �' Advartlalng Circulation And^ Job Departmonta 1252 DAILY SUBSCniPTION RATES 1 ymr. d�llv�r�d ....... t4.00 X year, ty maU ......... U.OO I ToSS's: �^d.-:::: |f.g �mono,., by�......... ,.5o 1 month, delivered ...... 35c. I month, by mall ...... 25o. Addresiea chanced as often ai desired, but both new and old. addresses must be riven. THE DMLY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbrldge-Hed Cross Dru� * Medicine Hat-^ 31. Northam. I��cl.?&k I i^^T^ '^'2?c�'n."- S= *CUruKoiih^. I. Heineck, , Macleod-Tount * Co.; R W, �>'��"to put an end "to the present deadlock ;ln Parliament. Whether; it will isud-ceed-iii enforcing it is another matter. .Thei procedure _in the_ Brltiatf iterlla-; ment is ''cited'.aV an"exampie." Th^re; � Js, Jhowe^r^'. no analogy:., 'When, the closure was :flrst introduced, In Great .Britftlni it' *�Lfi � for thef �object or w. straining the "Obstruction', of the fac-tiocz-zlrisli party, led.by Mr. Painell, and yaa.wfirrantedlbB the necessities of tlie time. Both sides o( tha House were* then practically -unanimous as to ;the. Irish ' polioyi - Nor 'do'subsequent applicaQons serve as precedents for adopting the measure here : on the present occasicfn. It is difficult to imagine -what moral fight the government at Ottawa has The Talk of Gagging for attempting.to stifle.Achate, and to introduce Oromwe^liaii ,tacU"cs*at .this juncture. Tfiere is -no proof that it has the majority of the country, at its Jbacli"wit&rr4g�5d toi Its .Contribution poljpy_. jjF^urthermore, the important 'fact should not be lost sight of_,that We minority Is contending f^^ ,teteijce, t'tutheL .jpeople .;Qf.a..navBl polr icy. ehdor^ed hx tlvc wihole house four years-agor-'� I The 'government should be careful in relying: on Its majority in "carrying out an. act, of,arrogance, ..One :5vhi^^ imdpr ths circumstances, cannot but bevdistaatetul to a democratic. people. " The curious part of 'the, whole thing is' tliat'a gQvernment "which iis so' cocksure that it has the sentiment of the people behind it should be shy of giving them an opportunity for endorsing this opinion. A friend of Leader'Mlchener in Rod Deer riding writes to the Red Deer News that he is forced to. vote against Michener becnuse of his hostility to wider markets for the farmers of the west. And Michener will not he the only Tory to "f'sel the lash. The farmer's ot Alberta will not forget that the seven men in the legislature who are opposed to agricultural schools ,are also the men who opposed their "getting wider markets. They are steady on the job for R. B. Bennett and eighteen cent oats. Just ho>A^'; great the dangers of ultra-imperialism is could not be more clearly sho^vn than In the row over Winston Churchill's letter to Premier Borden. The best thing for the Empire Is to let the component parts run their own business., If Mr, Borden attempts to force through a gdg law the opportunity of the Senate will havo arrived. The Senate woujd not kill the Pelletler navy policy should it get through the House fairly. It throrl for Borden and Boilrassu, "our lehders." City Council Should Help in This ' \ LTHOUGH there may be a per-�'�^r � ^'z^^^^. fectly legitimate excuse for it, the Board of Trade made a tac-'tlcal blunder yesterday when they  failedvto appear, before the .Board of' V 5 ffirain. Commissioners armed with all ; '7??the available data to show why Leth-;;.%ridge's claim for one of the proposed ".;.{'.:rjnternal iclevators. is: a^premler one. . --vThe city ..council also ?omes In, for ; B^ome crlticisin In 'ihis jJ-egard, lor -no; , greater ,hooBt,for the industrial�poUcy, ' *ould be ppssjble'than,in,landing.the-| :-.i^�inillion bushel .government owned and ', ^Joperated-eievator'ierer 4 The Commission has however given " ,the city a-ohanoe "td retsiasvff the mis^ ,.^fakie, aild the city council shouldjoin E.'i'irtth the il>oard�in preparing .-the reso- jitne'eiihBrai^r Be" mentioned that the #.ijautlon; memorialize^ ' - ...... place aiij 4levfitor.her0., ThcHer-lald is sure" there-is not" a ratepayer 'vln the city who would not gladly con-)lBeat to the city's paying the expense �|Uld;idistress theinselTes on this ..' Uoootint.'-,/" vThelr fellow-countrymen 4uaii!iihe;Bmpire at large will not see In tho:d�ol8lon; anything to warrant ^4lsq[uietneB8rover, the Joyalty of the '"of'iMonntain View. Nor would ^y,'tb6,WcUned to think It hlgh'trea-B^ies^' id^jeste, or anything else of m^^-m- :PPm OF .VIEW for Canada. the ��*'ure, that "Uncle Sam," even as a fancy sketch, should be so honored. 11:. will not go one whit nearer to making Canada an "adjunct" of the �United vStateql- Sp the people of ["Jlojintain. V^ev^ may sleep soundly in their ;:b?d8,-'aid not needlessly, alarm themdelves that any affront was Intended to .the British flag by the decision at the character ball. There is, however, one individual in the Cominlon who ^''ii ^ perturbed by the incident, and he is now knovra under ihe name of Richard Bonfire Bennett. It will, without doubt,'prove a. nl'ght-mare to him, in that he will see in it evidence of the stealthy hand of the real Uncle Sam working by mysterious processes to absorb Canada Into the allegiance of the Stars and Stripes. It Is possible that some day the incident at the fancy dress ball at, Mountain View will be used by him in one of his thundering speeches, and the same portentous Import will be given It as was rendered to the bonfire at Oardston. -In sympathy for Mr. Bennett the people ot Mountain View should have abstained from drawing attention to the "Uncle Sam" award. It will only be giving that estimable . politician and /patriot fresh Tcason for worrying over the stability of the Brltiah Empire In this part ot the continent, hy helping to codflrm . the suspicions aroused.in him by the Cardston bonfire.  ^^fof tlievjaatter is *"-eml!Br is afraid io "tribute to' tli6 ' Tho Liberals can fight the gag law aS: well as the'Pelletler navy policy,, Should the public service of this .^ountry.be blocked for lack of money !the'onus'Tests with, the Premier, He V..'........ What's In a -Narn^.^ (Mtfntr'eal Heritld),  President' Wilson selectea William !llars, recently passed .bylaws. iqcreiiBlng this debt by five mil'lfon-aSdiliontirdollars. �The bjrlawS were.passed''byjl'arge ma-jori'ties "and tKe'''.pi>b}ic pres's has thrown no fits'.over the fact-Yet because'the A6\Si of'the'pr'oT^nce now amounts 'to fourteen'miUlon'^r dollars, the Conservative newspapers of Alberta are endeavoring to create an agitation on the "subject. In this connection it might >be well to point out to the electors "that the items for which this debt is composed, includ- ing $6,000,000 for telephones, were all. passecl by the legislature wltliout a single kick from the Conservative members sitting in the house. If no fault can be found with the individual items of the debt, Is it fnir and reasonable to refer to the total In terms of condemnation? Decision Born of Ignorance (Toronto Saturday Night) The recent debate in the Canadian Senate on limitln.cf appeals to the Privy Council shows that public sentiment is rapidly shaping to that end in this country. The Senate of Canada is the most conservative legislative body that we possess, and none, ot the men who criticized the present state of affairs was open to the aqcu-sation that he in any sense wished to weaken the tie between Canada and the motherland. In truth those who tavor tho limitation of appeals may very fairly argue that a re-adjustment of conditions would tend to strengthen such ties. For instance, nothing could have a greater effect in making the new populations of the west critical of the Imperial bond than such a decision as that in connection with the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway guarantee, when it was obvious that the legal committee of the Privy Council gave a decision with no adequate knowledge of the conditions, or understanding ot the questions at issue. Play the Game t-Tcifonto Star) There is'a i�ck of sportsmanlike manliness in -the complaints of obstruction that are issuing from the government - press. Obstruction may fi/ Here is the translation of a verse iroin an "Dde to the Chocolate Tree," writte::!... in 1664 by Alonsius Ferronius, a Jesuit:, - tree, upraised In far off Mejdcos, ' The- glory of their golden strands; vAsvheaVenly nectar from a chalicei flows ,Jts?hocolate for ciher lands.", . . Today Ferronius would find, in Lowney's, rarer cocoa-flavdrtlian any ever tasted in his time. For Lowi>^*3.|8:the finest flavored cocoa of any time. It is a skillful blend of the choicest flavored cocoa beans of several countries. These beans are so roaisted that they give oflf an aroina_foxmd, only in Lowney'si Cocoa. . , ^Try a tin.' Enjoy a treat that Ferronius-missed} Sold by grocers, h In tins- I Oc to 50c sizes}' Cocoa The Waller M. Lowney Co., of Canada, Uhuted, MonbeaT Alberta Branch, Cadogan Block, Calgary The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate a:nd Investments Owners of Morningside Suite 11M15 Sherlock BIdg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 CRESTON British Columb The closest point to the Prairie Provinces where fruits can he suo-cessfiilly grown,' Every apple grown in 1912 was sold beforei Christ^ mas. Many herry growers have sold their 1913. crop now. Write for free booldet onCreston.   ' , North Lethbridge Realty Company 414 13th Street North, PHON E 536 SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. LETHBRIDGE, AUTA. or may not be theoretically right or. wrong. But In Canada it is one of th'e rules ot the game. Each party has practiced It; each party has suffered by it. It may cause inconvenience to a government, but governments tend to become arbitrary, and. It does them no harm to remind them that they are not omnipotent., IMr. Rogers may have played the boss in a smaller field. It will-be a part ot bis political education to show him that he cannot play the boss at Ottawa. There Is no closure in Canada, and there can be none unless Dr. Sproule chooses to make himself a tool ot Mr. Rogers, and create a ,closure by force and fraud. This, we believe, he will not do. He has an honorable reputa-tioM'As an Orangemen he .is an heir of the Revolution of 1688, and should be a friend of constitutional liberty. He can enhance his reputation by strict impartiality, or destroy it by a contrary course. 'He Is Waking Up (Moose Jaw Times) By increasing the expeT^liture of the people and reducing their Incomes UiOipresenl-governm^nt claims to be building up Canada arid thc. Empire; Perhaps as the practical effects.iof t?fib-^esson.:begln to get Into the briln of f'the .working man he will be jloss ready to. listen to paid agitators who, su.p;)lled with th^ money of the trusts, bought his vobfis' last election, .or deluded him -Nvith false statements, and now ,enjoy fat-jobs as the result of, 'their -election activllles. There Is nothing like educa'tlan in theec matters, and ..the worklng-'man is getting it. - Pie.is paylrig more for everything. �Some day, b4 will wake up. ' ' .. ;Nota i.Quld Pro Quo ' .^(Montreal Herald) : t 531 Phone, Write, Wire or Call-'We wllyl give each "order our personal ' attention and see that you get the class: ol help ^ou reaulr6. negotiations for renting the cottage hi'd'beeh' fcompleted, "an' we'll move into'th' same imijiediately." "But why do you wish the house disinfected?'' Inquired the agent. "The. place is perfectly dean." "Shure," replied Mr. O'Toole, as expressive of great shrewdness, "the lasih^ fam'ly thjit lived In It had tr-r-rlplets." � ' �� Going Further Back A man who suddenly hecame very rich went to live In New York and began to spend money wlbh a lavish hand: He decided that his name needed advertising, so be visited a genealogist..' ' � ' ^ "I euppose," he said, "if I'pay you enough money you can trace my family back to Adam." "My dear �lr," replied the geneaiy-gist, "if you're willing to put up the. money we can prove hy evolution that your family existed hefore Ad-am."-^LlppInoott's Magazine. . ' How He Dfd It It Tvasi'ln the old parlor'. She nestled'closer'to the tall young man and pBSted.'her pretty head upon hlsbroad shoulder. , , ^ "Ah,"' he Exclaimed fervently, "I feel like ^tlas." � "Like Atlas, George?" repeated the bdp.utlful young' ^rl In surprise. "Why he had the world on his shoulder." "W'eli;. my'dear, aren't you all the world to me?" ' And the'next,tiny the engagTenlent was V announced. Don't Do It Agalnr "Miss Dubhkiina-Marietta,'! stammered Wlmpleton, nervously,. ''er- wow-will yuh-you' mum-mum^.- marry me?'"* i. '., ; . '" "Don't you..ever ask n^e.-ft .question like that again, Reginald Wlmpleton," replied the girl iproudly^-, "Bub-but. wuh-why,: lyiunjr-Marl, ctta?" stuttered WlJnple);on.' ''J lul- lul-love yoti dud-^evotodly.'^'... "Becaufie," the,'fair'gJrl'anBWered firmly, "because It will hofhe necos-sary for ybu to Bi)l}Je