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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta If 1 - I: ItETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD E8TABLI8&ED DECEMBKR H07 'i^bll*htd by the Lsthbrldos Harald VuMlshTno Co., Ltd.. avtry UwM venlna at Its offlee, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberti, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN - Managing Director T. W. QUAYUB Managing editor JOHN TORRANCE Bualnees Managar ' ^ PHONE: A Eidltorlal, A. Raportorlal And Newa , Department 1224 PHONBl Advertlaing CIreulatlen And Job Departtnanta 1252 OAtLY8UBSCRn>TI0N BATES ' ' : I ye�r. dellverad ....... f4.0O l year. by. audi ,,i,,,,, U.0O 6 months, delivered..... �a.00 . -_ ^ S months, delivered, .... �t.00  raontha, by maU...... �1.B0 1 month, delivered...... 3Bc 1 month, hy mall .j.... 8�o. Addresses changed'aa often aa-desired, but b�th new and old Addressea must be tivea. , ' THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT LethbHdge-Red Cross 9ni|c & Medtelna Hat-li. M. Northam. - store; Kency A AOln. C|ar�8holm-O. Relneeke M.eleodi-Youn* * Co.: B. W. 6��mon?j. Cltl^-p^ainond City Taber-iWeatlake Bro�:' ; ^)S^S!^Sr^ * Brown. '"SSS^^S.^^^"'^^"'^ poK.n.-.'n.e J�nIesoB News v^mpwy. , ^ , Co., TOSBlversWe Avenue. Fernle, B, C-Percy BeaL Also on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD - ^�"''''l2^L\'^Tf�tW^e*�5c^Tn'^^ ......$1., .. s months in advamco ..... Ho C months in advance ........7�o. 1 year iH advance THE X^ETHBEtBak i)AriiY 1BC:EKALtr OUR POINT OF Vliw Saftirhay, March lo, 191^ Death's Cruel Hand AiiCOLM Mckenzie is no more! . ^ >: > It seems abuAst beyond ifcompreHenBion that a m�n who last SatuKlay .-was nominated to jepre-^ent the Tiding^ In wbich had liv^d tor nearly hS^ ^ and certainly the most active part "of hja life, shonld this Saturday he lying cold in death. ; Such is the inscrataWe mystery of iprovidenoe. .Last Saturday acclaim'ed by his ^arty friends and apparently with years of usefulness ahead of him In the  public service, and today a [corpse, '^uch visitatioDS froni^the Almighty serve to remind oA � oit the uacert^nty ^ of life, and the slfm 1 thread by vhlch even the strongest yi�hold8 on to existence^; ,  li;^- 1^^ was a clever man. ritH&Jwas- wtOiout dotfbt ooe of the ys^^ In the puWIc life ol the �;;sprcwlnce...^:.� �^��y �  '.a.!^fpl3^ was TObt by disposition what is I �TkTiff'xn as a politician. He had none y pi^i^^ road canvass^ er and common variety, ^of ,button-..4'^ollng.i candidate. , . : � A. man of strong perBonality, he at-j'itractod;.attention, and aroused hostil-'iiy. There was, perhaps, no man bet--jjer hated .by his foes, ^ and'Do one .more: sincerely admired by-.those who  ;ieftmed to appreciate the trne man. No gag l&vr for Canada. Slfton aitd � progressive Alberta.. Alberta does more work at less cost than any other; province ia the west Great Britain la rolling In wealth. The Bordeu-Pelletler hand out would be as a drop in the bxicket. , What has Jim Cornwall and Mich-enor made out of aU the crisis yams loade^ on the all too credulous Alberta Tory press. Messrs. Mlchener and Tweedle care not how m'jch �'liey damage the credit of the province so long as they think they can scare the electors. Funny, isn't it, but there is no evidence 'Of an emergency dn the naval budget submritad in the British par-lipjnent. The farmer^ of Alberta need very little reminder' municipal commltteo o� thc legislature. At the same time it would be as well not to single out any nationality when making statements about paying taxeq. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN Mr. McKenzie neither sought popularity, nor cared" for the caprices of ficide opinion. He had his own views of what constituted public duty, and followed them^wiaiout regard to what ^is enemies said. In the legislature his kiiowledge of municipal law made him inralttable. He Invariably stood by* the pfsople, and charter mongers received s^ort courtesy from the pro-Tinclal treasurer. Now that he is dead, and political passions will be allayed, Malcolm Mc-Kensla will receive a due meed of praise. He had:his faults, but they were-the shortcomings of,, temperament, and In no way affected his ability. If he had been a smooth,-popularity courting politician, -Malcolm McKenzie'would have been one of. the foremost leaders in the province. Nature didn't equip him with the qual Itlea which win the huzzas of the crowd, and. a weU-Jntentioned, able maa^-Taa frequently cruelly misjudged;- -When the history of this" prov-Incei is wltten in after days by men free from the political passions of the moment, Malcolm ' McKenzie's name will. lend lustre to the page as a man who appreciated the privileges and frights of the people, and did what he thought was Tight, regardless of consequences politically. MJtlcdlm 'McKenzie is d^ad, and Alberta Is the'losw, , � - The other day a prominent business man of Taher was passing the vacant spot In Macleod where the new municipal building .is to be located. The escavation has already been made, ready for the contractor, to get busy when the birds b^gin to warble. He was with an old' and, dear Macleod friend, but it was a case of near-blows when the Taberite was so unkind, as to remark: "Say, George, I didn't know you had a municipal gravel pit, too.'"^ Magistrate Elton has copped off five pairs of whfte gloves in one week. What can the fly cops he doing? It is so unlike JLethbridge.  � � The other morning a gentleman of Jewish extraction stood at the bar in police court. He had been hauled up before the beak for some minor "offence. In fact he had felt the steels on his wrists. When the.cadi heard what it was all. about, and the gentleman from the. ancient land bad er-plained himself, the. -presiding elder asked: "Why didn't you tell .that to the officers?" "How could I? How could I?" while his hands described the usual characteristic motion ;of th^. Hebrew. The steels on his wrists solved the mystery, - - � _ ; .�  *,' Heinz's drnnmier. was in the city yesterday. Everybody can now.get-pickled again. 4 * * .* Since His Worship Mayor Hai'die has been away there hasn't 'been'a single scrap .la .the council to record. People will be coming io the jOqU-clusSon that Dad is the. boss scrapper 'of the bunchi The Staiidiy:^d SecuritierC^^ V Real E^stat^ aiid Investments Owners of M0rlii n g s ide Suite 11J.115 Sherlock Bldg. P.O.B0X 1979 Phone 1291 Where Figures Speak HE EIiECTOKS of the province swould do Tvell to 1 turn their . eyes to the flgures submitted ^,^^P^;;s^emier Slfton which are Inter-^i''i4^stlng'-:in. 't they .'prove ihat � the jlsmQunts vspenfc fOK the benefit of the lop^ople have,not:inouired an. increase , llnfjthe; cost,of  the machinery as com-':jp,ma ,ifflth ;>oth^' ;provinces. These . jflgores will bear repeaHng: fte'Jii^the past seven years, $33,328,365 .i^Jhadvbeen expended by the proviucial |( gpvemment; Tyhllc the: cost  Incurred Sv feyificIylli-goTemmenti' that-Is, for" ad-inlnisfiationi'iA was , Saa- 3iS:tohe>�aa> had expenled. in the same �Brlbd�J23;(100,000,i and'had spent on iiif '' ' ' ------ administration $1,165,000; while Manitoba had expended 126,813,289-six milUooslesia than Alberta-and the administration had cost $1,348,290-or ?200,900. mpre. On'education In those seven years the figures were: Alberta, $3,539,000; Saskatchewan, $2,294,000; Manitoba, $2,348,000/ For education expenditure , had been: Alberta, $2,204,000; Sas-f&atcliewan, $1,206,000; Manitoba, ' 5885,000.' The,figures are lllun^natlng, and inrnlsh one, more of matters to he borne In mind, to go along with others. In- securing for the government a'renewal of the confidence which ^has'bpeh placed In It ly'V/ \ A Sweet Pea arid Flower Show rrpiifi .WOMEN'S CIVIC CLITB Is I Lethbrldge lends Itself much to 'the ''I'lX, showing much energy In the way of bringing about the in^ ;rtitutIon dl a public library. This is to be.commended. "While; its members have got the campaign spirit It would not be untimely to bring to their attention the (tisiraiblUy of holding a "Sweet Pea iiiid Flower Show.'' This should be a �feature of the coming summer, and  rfprts would be wisely*, spent in bringing about an event which will not .only, arouse.general interest, but ho ;.tbe means of addingto the beauty �I .;,thft city. :^ultIvatlon of the sweet pea, and there hav^,been gardens here, which have been veritable bowers of beauty with the plant as an ornament. To encourage its growing and to make the cultivation more general, a flower show with the'sweet pea as the distinguishing centre would help much. Leth-.brldge deserves such a show and. Independently of cut exhibits, prizes could he donated to gardens containing specimens in the best stages of growth, �There is no reason why the Idea should not materialize, and it Is one which we feel sur^ will catch on tremendously. Just because the sheepmen gathered together the Qther day to talk about, the wool dip, t;he Weatherman got his wrath up,-an^; sent along a spell of weather. On^ swallow does not malce a spring. .  � * Once more the sturdy ratepayers of Lethbrldge shqwed their keen interest in things mninlcipal by turning out fifty strong'yJEJstefday to vote to spend $45,000. About ue-xt December they will be hoUednk their heads oft because tile council spends so much money and^ they .don't know what for. It is to laugh. '��*'�*� liethbridge cHy; charter was swallowed- wholesale-"by the moguls at Edmonton. It was like sitting one man down to polish off a whole' weddlijg feast. Howev&r, all went well exospt that the city Solicitor got hImseK in bad with some of the shrewd business men of Lethbrldge.  � - �.� ���.:_ Lethbrldge" assessment jumps five millions: 'The mayor smiles gravely. A million to .spend is pretty fair. Some of us would do pretty well these days with, a-credit a million strong, especially since the bank managers and.^.he loan' companies are pleasantly engaged "putting the ucrews" on. Even with a spendthrift mayor Lethbrldge didn't do so badly last yea?.' A mite;like $20,000 ,is no kind of decent deficit for a city with growr ing pains. .,,>^tjftwa did much better with avicpupl*; of,hundred thousa.nd. It is to be'^pfced that the city'engineer'will'g'el a move on and, get that.fiUra'tlon plant in order. ' Leth-brid^6^i'beei*''fe1iiSpiy'is in danger. Th''e Lord 'o'nly'Knows we'need a real water supp'ly-''anyway. Britisil eolumbia The closest point t6 the �*raine Provinces -where fruit;^ can he suc-cessfully grown. Evei'y.,.ap|)le g^o.^YJi- in 1913 was, s.old hefore Ghrist-ma's. Many berry growers have sold their 1913' crop ,no-Wi Write for free booklet on Oreston.-Uii^v � ^ ^ > ^ North Lethbridge Realty Company ---------- -- 1 exusDi'nnc 414 13th Street North. PHON E 536 SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTHERN ALBERTA. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. pplicy which has prevailed in the past, Thtjsithe issue is: ' A Shall a .government be permitted to.deny the right'of the people to pass upon a great question ailecting Canada's, future and her cobatitution-al relations with the rest of the Empire? / Shall Canada throw aside the principles of autonomy and adopt the policy of centralization? ' This is the issue which the Liberals have been discussing for days. They have discussed it earnestly, soberly and'well. Their speeches have been sober and. reasonable. They have been fighting for principles, and in .tlie fighting they have sKowa their appreciation of the vital importance of ,'the issue. And this they will continue to do, though misrepresenting "Tory newspapers hold them up to Jldlcule and falsifying articles picture I them as opposed to Canadian naval assistance for the Empire. Let Us-Be Men � >' fReglna Leader) Tribute! tribute!, Are we weaklings? Can we call our "souls our own? Are we soft, degenerate creatures, or are we to-manhood;grown? If We are not "mere Colonials," let us then be brave arid bold; ' Build, maintain, and man a navy, and out natlonhpod uphold! Borden and Labor (Hamilton Herald)' " If-it is true that Joseph Efttor has been denied entrance- Into ^ ''Canada merely because he Is a "labor agitator," the fact Is one that calls for protest. Labor agltetlon Is'not a crime, nor is a. labor agitator necessarily a criminal or even an, - "undesirable." Some better reason fbr barring Ettor should be given. �  Divisions In*'Congress (Spokesman: Review) The members of the house of representatives describe themselves as democrats, progresslyes, republicans, progressive republicans, ]lVashhngton party and what not. The,shades and cleavages of political opinion run Impartially among ,aU parties. The lines of division no longer are vertical between parties. In effect, there are two parties ifi congress today-one conservative, the other radical.. ' - �'.j;t>-'-t.:o�;i.v ? �, servlce'by such talk, which is worse than foolish. The people thus ti-aduced are a most valuablei element of- the population ot this country. They bring with them .special experience and special knowledge of the working out or the agricultural problems in this western country in which they are not equalled by the settlers who ^come to vis from any other part,of the world; They have an Innate "respect for our laws aijd institutions, and no people in Canada today are keener oa educating,their children and bringing" them up patriotic and loyal Canadians. As a matter , of fact,', great numbers of these people, are Canadians by birthj or the children of Canadians who. moved to 'the United States .a generation ago. ' i It is particularly unseemly, for the representative of Calgary in the Dominion parliament to traduce the I people in i this country w^ho hail from the United States at the same time as the Industrial commissioner of Calgary is crusading in the United States to induce United States manufacturers to locate in Calgary and toJnyite,United States people to move to Calgary telling them that they will, be made cordially -welcotoe:' JMr. Bennett's performance Is entirely of. a piece with 'the cheap flag-waving and. loyalty^ shouting which was used la the campaign against ieciprociiy and which is, manifestly getting to be the last resort of the upholders of the Borden naval policy. BUCHANAN'S ^J^LHOULD i M^jiij Ihioiu'.i The Senate*s Duty Premier Borden force | ated the policy which he championed three years ago, but did it under the fictitious plea, that Great Britain is in poverty and. dire straits, and needs a beggarly handout from Canada, / This policy of contrlbutloh was never even hinted ;at In the federal elections, and. now that h� Is confronted with the possibility ot havlpg to keep'his .�promise and submit the question to the- electors, the gag law IS' suggested .aa the next Step. The Herald believes that if the-Premier got'hlfl little Canadian policy through .the house by fair means It -would be .the ^"'y the majority in the Sehaje to approve 'the measure, but it; the Qlosure Is attempted and" unfairness resorted to,, the Senate has pply 6n| s�!oiiir8e''and''that is to strangle ,t''-Nailduallsitgniafit born,: as It; was, ; eXBedWttpy aid fostered In hypocrisy. ^ffi^CJ- thiough any form of closure in !-',f �win'ry there is� only one'. ^ejint^lett for tUi^'Llbesrals In the Sen-^^B,-l� do, andithatiis.to punish him � by (}"*'ei>^tInB ifill naTal contrlbiitlon 'satoliLfS'Cjinada ohertMiSs too' much thei !'"iiard foatshi Meedom it enjoys polltl-ncally ^o allo' taiiy'i'bucaneering tao-' r "tiwi}aSh.9*e�iH'l'>y'c4!'tQ force through Sp,J*''^iLii.ollc.j horn of ISo'giis Imperialism, [""'l, SerjMiB&J^t lu lh� lw|cko^ poyirer. If ""Vj Mr,.porden,haa atlemp.ted to carry ii^ ffir6i}Bh"Ji>^' V0\i^y'^''Ot;},a.' Canadian? ^^i^e^,y^^dgoy,iif0\^oiali m'ot have' Less � mter m rt\>of tW Pellet jfe/siiii-fBlpndlna.' '^IHPtdyed, the )iOon ot pollti- 1 ^ j.^; /.-^l' 'AMoRNiNlo:Nn� It BLACK AND �-iU,r. SCOTCH WHISKeV �yusf pora_ Joke For Rent N. E. M 15-9-21, five miles; N.  E. - "Leth-bridge Depot; two and one-half miles north ' Provincial jail about 100 acres in .tame grass and pasture. ' jj y'^t?l i-.v ., ;.PQ,sture� ienced-.-Hog..TigHf.L. Exceptionally easy to Irrigate. It takes* water from the-north, south and west. Three dry farms to rent;.; O. T. Lathrop FARMLANDS 'FARM LOANS tETHBRIDQEf STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA'^ -FOR ALL KINDS OF HlgLP SEE- Farm Hands Gasoline Engineers Steam Engineers Harvest h9n(J� Cooks, male and fe- Hotel Porters Waitresses Chambermaids -' Teamsters v � Men for Grading cdmps Lumbermen Blabksmlths Ma. R. AND GENERAL' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY PHONE 1412 BEGIN BLOCK,JLETHBRIDQE � P. O. BOX 531 ini. Write. Wire or Ca - we wiiyi give oaou oiuoi yu� ^.^.owu. attention and see that" you get the class of help you require. .The play shows marriage to be a sac-.red'^relation that some peoplfe take seriously and get a good-deal of happiness out of."^Detroit Free Press. Not Included Mr. Smith is a respectable gentle-,m%?i,>whQ, though he has been married Sjivpral years/has not yet lost his ad-iqlr^Uon for a pretty girl. Having oo-oaslon to remove from his present abode he was-recently looking, for'a suitable-house and discovered' one to let In a quiet Btree't". Upon ringing the - bell va very* piquant and lovely Irish girl ceHne,;ta-th� dOQiv looking-quite oharmlihg! In her black dress and mob cap. . ' "Is this housevto let?",.asked Mr. Smith. "Yes." � "Are you to let with it?'' he asked with a bland smile, / v "No, sir," answered the n\ald, very demurely; "I am to be let alone."- Washington Star.;  Jack-"I give my eetftonly to pretty glriB." . - - Bella-"Then we'll only take them from handsome men.!' - Taking No Chances ' '�Can I 'sell you a set of Dickens?" "I don't Know,'what you can do if you got started, hut I'm nOt goitjg to let'you try. Opod'.day';, � t Wrong Diagnosis. ?'So you're going to marry again? I thought you; said your heart was broken!" �� vo>, I guess it-was. justi Bpralned;'?-^-'Mllwaukee, Sentinel,  .  - Very Original ; l^'.'He has written ia'new play."- '. ;w;!'priginal?'''''.hn-/-v:, ,- "Yes, The heroine Is a married -woman.'^ ^' '.' '^'"v. � .^i'!Oh, "I know. And falls in., lov.e with'another man," ?;:;j!lNo,. That'B-th^iiorJglnjU part oiljt M If you own or control property in Medicine Hat, we would- appreciate .a listing of the property / .' f | Give us the lot, block, price, terms and name of sub-^division>\ and we will do the rest  , rWe have alarge list of buyers, a f,lv^ E M. Ginther Land Co., Limited Hull'Blocfc MeaiCiiie Hat;, ;