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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOliK THE LETHlSKillGK DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, .MARCH M. 19H BETWIXT AND BETWEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER .1J07 Published by the Ltthbrldit Herald Printing Co., lawful tuning it Its'office, Sixth 5U Lethbridse, Cjnidi W. A. Director JOHN Buslntis Manager PHONE: PHONE: Editorial, Repartcriat and Ne lrg. Circulation ind 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I TOTT. ce'frered 54-00 "1 jew. br mall 53.CO 5 delivered 6 tnonttf. by mall.................... 3 inonlhE. Delivered 51.00 3 months, by mail.....................75 I mantb, delivered I month, by Kail......................25 s as often as desired, but bolh nw 3-d eM addresses tuusl be given. HHF.ALO FOR Red Cross Beattie Lake Clrassy BMt Store: J. G. Co.; Cranbroofc ertson it Co.; Jacfcson Co.; Aleiasdra Hotel; Provincial Kemp Ci'hea -Vews Asency. ple's Kenny Allin; LfLhbrUje Pinchsr Dr. Leading Book Store. 1CSA ?ib Ave Drus World News Co. Diamond Dr. Bros. The Wide Station EdwarJ Read. Medicine Hit Co.; Sewn Saop, 445 Neirs Co. Chrence Kucl- News i D. River Side World Nfirs Co. 1 year In THE WEEKLV HERALD evtrr WcdctsJay-ln eijht or'mcro' paKes. md conlalss a summary ot tte ol the weak, local and district SI. 00 6 months In advance 50- or Tbere'll be nothing escape such lie sign. The O. IVutLlhe.'bar-la combination, icis' will Liiforiuatiou ie. tr- ir.s to its reooverv. 1'iobably it was only a ol the times. Tbe col. humbly suggests that tbe noil, thr Carnegi? l.ibran; strays on to itie ciciuntr, the ci'rc- riiissionen rally all baiiis to anchor it The brjstly building gels blown by these, bally Mardi tbat uce of these fine days it Ktgs have this IHSSJ'S We in on Ibe hetifruit for Kaster with-j will land down at Medicine Hat, and I out the trouble ol lioUing up a bank.: we'd like- to see the color ot thrcuu- i xuissioneis' hair ubo could drag it Major Hardie Lints at 'putting a 'lease date re- irorters on this G. K. S. are utter- iog rfevout prayers.that he would tap i the supply, and..do it quick. I About the only public body talking l much these days is the school board, i end they deliberate p.bout Ibings sel- i dom mentionedJn a newipapeiv away from the Hat hunch once they their Imu-b. hooks on it. MAKE FAIR HU1LDINGS USEFUL. S iiiere a force in the background that is work- ing in a veiled and vague manner with the in- tlic live slock yard project by placing restrictions The police commission has consent ri! to the purchase of two bicycles for the policy: department. What with a chug wagon and two bites threat- en to have a pretty fast force here I do injury to. or retard ilic rlyctl llt tllal where its cities are treated that il may lead to ;i certain aninunt of compla- cency, and !o a belief Jhat ollicrs know us as know ourselves. j Western Canada, however, lias not as ycl.nr- wilh that general recognition to which tlie' lefm Rumor of ac- apples, as compared with centres of an older aracler is noisc.H flbnyt'Srowtli.' We piirtk'ularlv in the case of on the use of the fair bui tivitvof tins unworthy character ____ the streets. Knowledge or'where :l eosnes frnrajown somewhat in the position of King Solo- j or vtiio is behind il, seems lobe mysteriously in- j11101'- who required the visit of the Queen ofj defiiii'te, but there is no lack of certainty "that Iet il be lhat lllc llalf not whoever it is, has nol the interests of Tnc reception and patronage therefore, at heart. There should he no meddlesome or lo mcn lifce 1Iilrtin Harvey, who are in a unne'eessnn- conlinement placed on the use of the position to spread the tale, will count a. gival exhibition "buildings at Henderson Park. !tl tllc publitily, Lclhbridgc will thtrcby rc- pcople paid for Iliem, and they should he to thrive all the h'enelits. Restrictions on their j 'rtle of Trade has sized this in the in- industrial enterprises that would bring ivitalion tendered, our .visitor to. a public j profit to even- citizen should be entirely waived. The'-buildings at best have only been used in the pasUfor a brief week each year, and the-Heralri fails to see where any harm is going to result luncheon.. In Ibis il should: be Supported, and a I record gathering should grace the occasion. So far as the booking indicalions show, Ihe Majestic Theatre promises to he fdled to capacity botji Harvey plays. This is an for public functions.' Any pronosaTlha'l will put j Harvey will, undoubtedly, earn- away with him ____'___ r ti._''_i___i j'i of liic TICI! I money in of the street 'railway de-. partment should he encouraged, and stands to the conlrjry are altogether untenable. (lie hest recollections of his to Lellibridge.! may hope lo see other oilier ther; atrical companies of Hie same calibre, visit us m. the future. This will he one of the ways'by which the city will have- its proper status established; among the cities, not only, of tlie west, but of the Dominion. OlM POINT OF VIEW THE HOUSE OF CONNAUGHT. Duke and Duchess of Conhaiiglit -wore Af yesterday the recipients of many messages of-greetings from Canada and from across Ihe Ailanlic on Iheir thirty-fifth san-. These expressions were not entirely called for'by Hie positions they hold, or through Ihcir Genml1 "Vresl General being members of Ihe reigning house. We !o0' Jusl {o makc hls sli" stronger, look on Ilieni as being spontaneously given as; much for the privale regard in which the Dukcj Il's an off day lhal doesn't bring forth des- and Duchess are held, as for their public char- acter and their associations with royalty.' vice-regal pair and their family have shown themselves lo be truly democratic in their dealings with Hie people, and it is Ibis particular trait that has earned for them the goodwill and respect in which they are regarded. They hold n unique position in being a link behveen.the sov- ereign and the nation. Through them royalty has been placed in touch with the masses. The Connaughls hove, moreover, been a'-hard- patches of al li'ust Iwo or three holdups. Lellibridge will welcome Ihe teachers in con- vention here nexl month. This will be Ihc third convention in the city in 191-1, willimore to fol- low. Nothing like living up lo the bridge, the Convention City; Seeding has started at Ihe Experimental Farm. Monday is the middle of March. Com- pared with Ihis record Ihc Calgary, Carstairs amlj working family. The Duchess and Ihc early chick records pale into signifi-j Palricin havn p.vpr tnknn an in )Jio c_..ii.-L.. ti i Patricia have ever taken an interest in the social welfare of all classes of Ihe people. The Puke and Prince Arthur have served the Slate wilh ability in many capacities, and in many lands, iind in devotion to duty have proved themselves Blive lo thuir responsibilities. They have deserv- ed well of the nation, and have earned for.the royal house much of the regard and respect ac- corded il. Coming ink? conlacl wilh Ihe people of Hie West in Ihcir recent lour Ihe house of Connaiighl has made ilself exceedingly popular. Long may il survive lo carry out Hie Iradilions which liavt placed royally in ils Iruc relation lo Ihe people. cance. Bui we're tired bragging.' Southern Al- berta is hanging up so many records'we simply can't keep track of them Two years ago one. would have had il big job on his hands lo gather logelhcrr worth of hogs in Southern Alherfa for one shipment to Toronto or any other point. -Today-it is. just a matter of offering the price. The goods arc there whenever Ihc price offered is righl. This is! a mighty significant fact showing Ihe strides lioj ing taken by our farmers in (he righl direction. 1 If our immigration policy is faifing, as is charged in some riiiorfers, in gelling new settlers Ion the land, it is failing in one of ils fundamental il-, (ipproachmg visit of Mnrlin Harvey Higlu Canada has too large a per- more in it than a mere of an epoch ccnlaye of its population in Hic-lowns nnd cilies. MARTIN HARVEY'S VISIT.. in-Ihe Ihcafricnl hisloo' of Ilic cily. Visits of dis- on the Innd, where Ihcy will he tinguishet! players, like himself, in Ihcir profcs-jprodiicing something at first Thai is whiil ssonal capacities lire a distincl Injwill make Canada prosperous. We hojie Hie is mil con-eel. If it is, should he inves- tigated. Il may he lhal Ihc faull docs not lie willi Ihe class of we are getting hut willi economic conditions surniunding the farming a certain slafus is given to Ihe cilies, taking Ilic newer ones in Ihe west, in that a recognition is publicly made (hat Ihcy arc removed from Ihe frontier slage. To those of us who live in the cily, and know imhislry. 11 may he lhal too much money is il ns il is, possihly Ihis may not seem essential. We have .'i pride hi il deservedly called for. This, Jhongli praiseworthy, iituy .btcuniu diiiigerous in necessary lo stnrl farming under .present con- The whole problem is one lhal demand: attention. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE 2 CAPITAL, DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES Drafts on the principal cities In the following countriet Issued without delay Uilli Matufeuru Mexico Zeilicf Nonriy WHITE Scotch Nine lives saved.' Survivors now iif" tkc beat of spirits.' HOHj.I.v, Yesterday was r'riday, tbe thir- teenth. VVbat package did il baud you that you specially uniet J011 KOlt Tilt: 1'KI.XTEH Closkr, X..J., March name smells to beaven. want it changed, your said W. A. and l.iiubergtc in court. Their new cards -.vill rejd I.iiubfrt. Another shipment ol Ce- lestial cacklefiuit has just landed at Vancouver. Oil up the crematories Spring's in the air alright. They cau't jet out tbe old fishing pole and 50 to tbe ''crick" to laud a trout to brag about, but tbey're do- ihc tbo'next best thing. They are stopping you on the street and. tell- in5 you about the big ones their old Leu lays. The col. ventures the as- sertion tbat tbe boss off tlie Hock would think he bad been deceived were he to sec some those eggs, said eggs verc really as big as the) say they are. Janesville, .Minn., claim's to be a model town. From the'1 nanie we shnubl judge it a good place ot abode jor 5uflrajetf.es. _ A Tbe P. M: 0. hasn't yet had to give a fuling on whether not- babies may- by liaising the limit to 11 pounds will giTe someone a chance to send a good lusty one, Under the old stv pound regulation, il would have been a frail chlel tbat could'have made the rule's distinctly stated that package, containing [rail matter must be le jected. follo.iving. lines weri thrust into my hands this a.m. by" an uiiknown slranger. lift was extremel; thin-'abd'emaciated'and looked a! though he had been'.passing_ through some severe" mental'trouble..Tbe last I of him he was making .a bee line lor'the bridge. When I read-the paper; that he handed me, which I did on'recovering from my surprise, I he looked 111" "ll occurred tj thai llhi this, when an interest-. ing taking place over an. important like the tat.taU lation of water-'inetejs.7 any sugges- however humble, would be wel- comed, by-press' and public 1 th'rre'Eore decided to- forward it on to you.- ours faithiullv, F. G.'ff. THE SOLUTION Will the matter of a meter. Meet the situation that VYe appear to be'approaching At a rate thai is not Hat For we hear thai pumps are costly, And 3 risk might costlier i That without tbe water-meter, Might be meted out to we. iHardie Issues seiipua warning. Taps his nose anil wears a frown, be takin' awlu chances, iJf ye tuin the raetel Held equally emphatic Leases no room for lurking doubt "Power, conserved by means of met- Mcans that power will not leak out.1 Giace is also alter meters, Makes the statement clear and plain, you do not take to meters, You'll hare trouble in the main.' Hut the public, or a section, Seem to think this talk all blufi. '-'Though this question deals with flushes, We don't feel we're flush enough. If the question's one of saving, Why, we've got the meters beat, We can save 'em tons of water TaVing all our liquor neat." Crtnt HokUmJ IccUad dnftt cxa tn la l Sum Siberia Soylh Spa'n SeUltc StrittcrLiad .SyrU Tinker lktr oiui Sl.lti tJtlaiiti.rts franci, markt, lire, kronen, yen, tic., according to money of Ihe country In which they ThlttuMM thapcjrx to obtain the exact amount Uuwictl. Lcthbridge Branch -R, T. Bynnner, Mgrh People's Forum JN 1IBAI1T OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SKATTLK TB tin I o( SoW In Ihe cer.lre of ftjlvllnc fire arc! ir.Aibie. CARNATIONS GIVEN AT STAIU.AM) MONDAY OPPOSES OALT GARDENS SITS FJJilor of The Herald: it considerable talk about building a public library on Gait Square or Call Gardens, and whether It Is allowable or r.ot. A building on any corner of tbe square, no mailer how attractive, will spoil tbe .beauty of thn 3quaro; In fact, it will not bo a Bqunre, but 'will drop down to tbe buck-garden variety. Why not leave the nquare intact, and build tho library (If there rmifil be one) on city property, N'ovr, most everyone will agree that In IOH, than five years there will be over ten thousand peo- ple living cast of Thirteenth street In hethbrldge. and by that time Gait Uardeuft wlil bi: a we.it-end park, BO why not put the library on Thirteenth street, seeing (hat Ihc city owns two lots at tho corner of Thirteenth street and Fifth avenue A South, pro vlding plenty of room for a library for years to (ome. The city need buy no land, as the >lic Is wait- ing ami convenient to every car line. Thanking you for tho space, I remain, Yours, J. W. WADDELL. Endowment Insurance at Ordinary Life Rates The Imperial Accelcrative Endowment 'Policy is a combination of all that .is best in life insurance. Premiums payable 'under this contract ore only slightly liigher than the Ordinary Life rates, and one does not Have IQ to because, under any circumstanQes..lhc. (ace value of the policy, is payablc..lo. assured himself not later than at age 75...... AU the usual options of dfalir.g with at the'end of each Eve yrar period provided.-- In addition, .tno special options art granted under which the pioGts.may. be used, to of premiums payable, or to hasten the maturity cf the policy as an Endowment. An Endowir.eut Trill ensure your own .independence in old age, if you live; the indspsadcatt of.your family, if you die. ,now for our bcoklfit whicli explains in detail. .the distinctive features of this most 'THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada' Head Office, 'Toronto.......... OF CANADA Are Your-CWldreiT- Each maturing son and. daughter .personal Savings Account'in the Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save .regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely, Such'an education in thrift and saving will prove invaluable '.In later life. BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. 0 KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING, Mjnjg" When 'Sending to THE OLD COUNTRY For Relatives or Friends or Travelling Yourself, Atk' for by .CANADIAN SERVICE London and Quesnilown