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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mortdfty, March IT, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DBCEMBKR'imt Publlihed by the Lethbrldge Hsrald Publlthlna Co.j Utrt., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W./A. BUCHANAN 'Managing Director , T.W. QUAYLE ' Managing Editor .JOHN TORRANCE .Suslnea* Manager PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And  Newi Department 1224 PHONE! Advertising Circulation And- Job Departments 1252 1 year. deUverad ....... 14.00 f months, -s)',. Owing to a. serious illness, Hon. 0r. Roche may resign as ..Minister of the Interior, and R.B. Bennett, M.P. Jor Calgary, is iB^n|i6n8d as his probable. aucceaspr, Mr, Heniiett, as the most ahused .n^an. in Albqrta, is eminently fitted fpr the position, and would fill the office with great credit to the west "and the,, city that honors him as its rapresentallve, outside all party auarrels; .Those who introduce them into political ;dis-cussions are not true frionds of -the Empire. - � Jobs for the FaitflfuP ' (Medicine .Hat Call)-It is to be hoped the government will soon learn enough about emigration conditions in the old counti'y� j No sooner were they returned to .office than Mr. Arthur Hawkes was rewarded for his' services in the elec^ tlon by a commission. Ilpon his return there was some hesitation about printing" his report, but this ;w(is done and proved interesting reading. Then Mr. � B." J. Reynolds was dss-palched on'*d alfailar errand and'now he has returned, Mr. Charles Sims is Sent, '^hat ejiactly the depaitmoht wants to know) Is a mystery," but'ii three men oto't get the Information we suppose the pro cession will be kept up. Far' better to spend the money on-the immigrants.- . .. � - an rallwff company ofCer an ordinary box car, thb company would be compelled to supply three box cars tor the rate charged for two stock cars.: These and;�pther important' changes especially in^ ^:onnection with -stop-ovara-. for;, feeding and other facill ti^;' would ^be greatly in the line of enoopraging the stock raising Industry,, an4 as the CP. R, particularly Is doing everything possible to iencour-agfl^ mixed farming, there is every reason tor hoping that the proposed c)>ang�B will be assented to at the pieetlng-called In Calgary next month to consider them. These questions "Wiii ajBO be on the program for the njjjted farming convention, also 'being arranged for by the Associate Boards of Trade, Such work is worth untold money to Southern Alberta, and the Associate Boards should receive,-the,, most generous assistance from tiie.affiliated bodies and all farm orgaaizatlous In the, district. The B.C. Fruit Situation ^;.Tr THE LETTER of Mr. Nash, the' 41X iru'lt-grower of^Renata, B. C, pub-' � -U^ our Saturday's issue, ^voices the :opinio.u of those engaged' . in the industry with regard to raisx ';lng the existing/tariff to benefit it. then, taken with other matters. con-. tained in the contribution, they are j following a shadow ^nd neglecting the substance. , V (Mr. Nash's'ro.tarenoe to cherries is .interesting. �; He says that the earlien season-gives the fruit-grow.ers in the ;InV03ie4latB necessity, .whehj �sfiyaltfifg'a few days they'can pur-%BB- a' 'better' commodity for 10 Its. 'Biit leaving this aside we are .iwlth the following fact., B. C. , ,fl,t!ip cents shows the lower-; 5;^^ js ooncernedi the means for oount^raoting.thls was refused by the releetijn of. reciprocity which would bayoVslj^eh, th^ B. C. fruit-growers a �wea^(B can only - tend ito Vt^4,-!?^tfpivrAg6ment Of tttide de-vlces ;if0r Jwqtisftslng prices *which, wlille ''But, so *W a8 WM Mur,advantage to the producer. ^dutj^^-lB X3',^ceatBJ'� The saerlftee it\ma.det^"tor^'iqB^^TeaBon, and ''54>'tor^'thVpBn?ose of pre^-;; i4'st'abnij;y�/o� Ihe'AmeHcas; ta*; his, 'very-" courses, the dump-'. Under High. Rnotectlon (Jl5(dicin.B Hat Call) ^ The' Toronto Ne^s deacrlbes slums in that' city as worse' tfiah' anything in London'or New York. ^Common, lodging^ hbuMs^ pre>nndpr in- spection and 'regulation in hoth capitals and th^t'^qes.-hbt appear to -be the case in 'iJcrph^o. The News gives circumstantlai statementB or it woiild be difficult to believe that such conditions could resist,'in, Toronto. Apparently when all"is-'�jnl]4ng and prosperous on the surfatje there are tea-' tering sores beneath.- The authorities should prol>e b^lov^ the surface and d-eal 'with such, conditions before they get beyond, tbeip. Usual Ultra UoyaUSt Style (Me'diclne Hat Call) Under the "heading fThe' King's Commenit," 'thq Calgary , Herald quotes from the'King's speech at the opening of the British parliament as though the words were , tBc expression of His'MaJesty's personal views. The writer . should knOw^-or not knowing is not "fit for'his p'osltion as a pnbUo instructor.-;;that t^he fCihg stands outside .all .party questions and the words put into his'mouth are tfie words of his responsible ministers. It is discreditable tactics to bring the King's name, into party squabbles and it. is a-remarkable coincidence that both In the old country an^ in Canada.^pae'^vho,.are guilty of this desplc/nble .action 'are those who pride themselves, upon their lip loyalty. If . they -wete . really  loyal they would leave -the King's name, Jhe National Anthem-and the flag Worse Than That _ � "Is Cholly really such a foot as he looks?" ... ' "Oh, he is very much more ot one.'' -Baltimore' Aflierlcan. . , - W)iat'^,.the Difference . "Binks.'looJ^ careworn. . Is. he bor-; rowing 'tro^lg.?" . , . . "No, o'niy,fmC);jey." "It is the'pame thing."-^Buffalo;Ex-,press. - -.' (Q.?"'* Afford. It ." First Ghioftgo Dame-''people i^ke shorter wed.djlng trips ,'than they^.dld-formerly." .- ; ' Second qhicago Dame--"Perhaps-^" they take them more often."-^Life. Took,.It for Grant�d � ; :  Mr. Meek Ato ooOfe)-"My wlfe;says. she, and, youican',tl live togpther any longer. .Either you or she will have to leave."-:  Cook-^"Well, an' when is she. going?"-Boston Transcripti Britisli Golumbm The closest point to-tlie''Pi*airie Provinces 'where-fmits can "be suc-cessfuil}'' grown. Every apple g'i'own in 1912 was sold before Christmas. Many berry growers have sold their 1913 crop now^/ Write for free booklet on Orestoii. j..vf ri; - - "' - - y vr. y^' '�414 13th Street North. North Letlibrid'g^ Realty Company ;f.K9NE 836 UjEThjBRIDQE, ALTA. , SOLE /VGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. i Strange \' Miss Homeleigh-^"Perhaps you 'won't believe it, but a strange' man tried to kiss me once." Miss CutUng-"Really! -VVell, he'd iave been a strange man if he tried "to Ikiss you twice." What Was the Use? -"Do you carry any burglar Insurance on your home, Blldad?" asked Wiggles. . "I used to, but since the twins came Tve given it up," says Blldad. "Nobody sleeps at our house after dark, sb what's the use." �>�)',-�,. Something for England! . :,The. lUady with the ,. Newspaper (much moved by patrioUo leader)--I feel, James, that I must do something. Shall I take up nursing or. shall learn rifle-shooting?"; ' . ; James .(taintly)^-Might I suggest-rlfle-shooting, dear, as-likely cause the less.damage? ,. Looked Bad to Him "Why does Pidgin look so w.oe-be-gone?" -.  "His best girl told him that ' she adored Maurice Maeterinck, and Pidgin thinks he has a dangerous rival in town:"-^Birminghata Age-Herald. is Worse Than Drink Hiram-^'"The doctor says .-Ezra suffering -from auto-lntoxicatton:'' Silas-"Guess that's it, b'gosh! ;/rhe feller acted Jest Jlke any one else until he got that automobile;"-Judge. Careless Talker "I thought you said. Grouch," that you would never permit your wife to attend dances any more." "So I did; but she happened-to hear me say it."-Judge. Outvoted "I .always reason things, out- with my boys. 'When I don't want them to do a thing I sit down and -explain to them why." "And do you get away with-It?" -"Of course." '. ; - "You're lucky. I've ^trie^ , that several tiines, but each time they' have called in their mother and toge'ther decided that I 'v^^as dead.wropg."" - You'ir get yours-^if yon place i,,:, ; ah early or(ier. Every day adds ' to tiae already unprecedented.//^; demand for Pprd cars, rh-syjite'; , of the greatly enlarged prodiic-' .' ^ tiop-late buyers arc almost . sure to.'be: disappointed. Get % yoiir,s today. "Everybody is driving a Ford"-more than .ijl.^, ':2'00,00-In service. New prices--runabout ?675- |/iy -pouring 'car-?750~town car $1,000-with all l-J'^' equipment f.o; b, Walkervllle, Ont. Get par-^j;! "'rj ticulftrs from 's , �. " CMNISTER & VIRTUE 123a.3rd. Aveinue South, Lethbrldge a|J:^: The Same, Old Story , Aviator (to young assistant, who has begun to be � frightened)-"Well, what do you want now?" Assistant (whimperingly)-"I want the earth."-^Lipplncott's. An Awkward pompliment She-I envy Miss Playne. She plays so well that one  forgets how she looks. He-But you look-80 well that one 'forgets ,how you play.-^London Opinion. � ' . , � �', . He Must Be '� *'Is he rich " "I don't-think s.6, but he must be." "'Wtty?" "I heard him say- the other night that he lets, his wife have all- the money she wants."-Detroit Free Press.. A-Ten-Center A man with a -thirst for Information as well as the other thirst, which wets equally habitdal, entered the bar of a downtown hotel yesterday and started a conversation with the prescription clerk. � � -  "When a man Orders a drink," said the custamerr orderihg a drink and pouring it high, "do you ask him whether he wants 10 or ' 15 cent goods?"' ' , "Never," replied the pharmacist. "�Why don't you?" "Well, wo size a customer'up. We give hira the sort that he appears to be used to drinking. And we seldom miss a guess." "That's very ; interesting. ' 'Well,  I must bo going. What'do lowe-you?" ^'Ten cents."--Cleveland Plain Deal-�erf � , . : N/E. J4 15-9-21, five miles m E, � I^eth-; bridge',I)'epot; t%Yp and one-ha^lf miles north Provinoial jail about 100 acres in tame grass ,'j:,aiid pa-sture. a.r:* " Pasture fenced Hog Tight. , J /S, Excaptlohally easy to irrigate. It.takes water from the,north, � gouth and ivest. ' � . , Three dry farms to rent p. T. Lathrop PAI^M LANDS FARIVh LOANS ' ' -liETHBRroGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA -FOB ALL KINDS OF HELP Farm Hands Gasoline 'Engineers .Stjssm Engineers vHarvest hands Cooks, '^malo, and fe- male Hotel Porters Waitresses Chambepmalds Teamsters Men for Grading camps Lumb�pm*rf^ 'Brabksniiths Maohinifta . . Miners f.. Tiniekeepen. Eto.i"i.Et9. /' J. Harris & Co. / *" � REAL ESTATE AND STEAMSHIP AGEIJITS CP.R. AND GENERAL EMPLOYMENT AGENOV PHONE 141? BEGIN BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE; P; 0, 8flX 631. Phone, Write, Wire or Call-'We wllyl give each qr'der our personal .. -atteatlep and see that you get the class of Jielp you retjwlre. ^---T.T^^^��^,,S.S.^,VV-^- lymbus, he' made the egg stand on end, '� .Bach of you will please bring an egg to school tomorrow. The class is dlsmisBed."-Cleveland Plain i)e^ier.''l Teacher, Dear, Was Smart And men relate a tale of a brave jand-resourceful little school teacher In one of our suburbs who supports her mother and three young sisters on her by no means muninceat salary 'Last, week her mother called her up {by .telephone. "Listen," wailed the ;cld'lady, "a whole bunch of/relatives, (Is-,coming to supper tomorrow eveh-jing,^ : I'll have to, make a cake or' something, and I haven't an egg, in the ihouse. And the grocer won't trust us: any more, and there won't,,be any mqjiey until .next week, anrf-r-". .,, '^,,;'fNever, mind .mother, I'll flx It," an-i^yirecod- the- yoyng teacher, loheerlly,'" Then she turned again to her ctass. VNow, children," she said, "tomor-riliro'w will be -the beautiful story of Oo- *. , ' .Thin Words. '*Use-short/Words!- Ihey are. the kind to use." M'iknowi"'sai4'the henpecked husband, "and thih.words-'the kind,you cajDf'.ggt In.edgejyise."-^Pittsburg Post New Use for the Hyphen  'A-=f'eax>hef/WB^ instructing her pup-llB''In th'slu^e 'of the' hyphen. Among the- Examples given the children; was Uie word'i'bi'fd-dag'e." ' '.That's right," - encouragingly re-niarlted the' teacher; .-"Now, Paul, tell m'e' why" we 'pui'the hypiien in hiri-cage?" ', '' -:' "It's for ihe bird to sit on;" wds the startling -rejoinder.-London Opinion. The Retort Courteous A minister, pfea;ching long and loud, but falling nevertheless to Interest hia .congregation,, was surprised ,t6 find -that an oid man was sitting 'With! his, eyes '.c'losed,, "Will 'someonV kindly wake, Mr. Brow.n?" saia'' the_ parson;., "he's' asleep." .Mr.' Brow.n 'Opened "his eyes, and, looking steadfastly at the minister, said; "Oh, noi" he's not. He only wishes he were!''  - Something 9tll| to Ufiarn "Do you kqow how to-run > motor car?" ...... , V.'- � -i'.- "W*ll." mUvi'.Mr.. OhugglnB, "I know all,�bout the m^obanism of the thing. But" I  havenU � yet' mastered the polioe r'eguUtlona."-Waahlngtou Star, .. . . ' � ^:-''^~~^i,:'^iii*�i.i.i' � . �� A.-Prsyet^'-:''''-''-' . The British and Colonial Photographic Cp^ 7th St. Entrance to Sherloqfe gl^ig. ;