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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta . Moiiclay, March 17,1913 THE LETHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 Special Fares Account Easter Holidays III effect Between all Stations- Pt. Arthiii* to Vancouver and branches ' Q-oing 0ates, Marcli. 20-24, 1913 Return Limit March 26, 1913. ' For tickets apply to nearest C. P, R Agent. B. Q,^McNEIULlE, DIstpIet Passenger Agent, ' Calgary, Alberta. ODDFELLOWS'BALL Chain Gang at Pincher Creek Know How to Do it Right IS AGAINST THE yELLOW RACES pr. McKay, of Presbyterian Mission Adrises Complete \ Prohibition into Canada iToronto, March'is!-A vigorous de-aunolatlon of ihe 'admission into Brlt-Jsli Colnmbla as permanent settlers fit pbiinesQ, Jajlaiiese and H>i;iduB bas 'jUBt.been'lBB"u'ed.'' ilsv.' Dr.'McKay, of the PneslDyterian foreign mission board. In his statement says that it .Was a mistake to admit the Hindus Bt all, for at BTesent they are quite Jncapahle of self government and to jthem Canadlaii citizenship has no tneanine. He/further s'tates that itiose who are herc'should he allowed a roasonaible time to return homie, and that no further immigration ehould be tolerated. These regulations should apply to all Oriental laborers now her-e and no others should ))e admitted. ,. ., Oppose Militancy but Call on Oovernment to give Women t. the Franchise .nd left the country. He returned again in 1863' and was in Ottawa in 1893. This was the last heard of him here until it was learned- he had died and left: a big fortune which was in the hands of the probate court ot St. Louis. When Benjamin Foster Moynihan put in his claims for the fortune as being the son of the deceased, Judge McTavish was appointed to hear, the evidence of the Ottawa claimant, while Crown Attorney. .1. A. Ritoliii) acted for the public administrator ot .St. Louis. The evidence was of ' a decidedly interesting nature, and it was evident that Foster, Moynihan had a strong, case. Howpver, tew expected that ii'e would win his father's fortune against so many strong claimants. A FORGED WILL When the case came up before the probate court of St. Louis in June, Mr. MacLean, accompanied by Mr. Thomas Green, a member of his staff, went down to look after the interests ot their client. The filing'of a will alleged to have been signed by the deceased, lield up proceedings for the time and the case was thrown over lO' September. It was found that the will had been forged;, and it was thrown out. Others made strong attempts to show close relationship to the deceased, but the claims put lorth by Mr. MacLean tor his client were found -to be too strong, and the award was recently given in his favor. Benjamin Foster Moynihan was known in the locality in which he lived, as Benjamin Foster, he'having assumed the name of the family which adopted him when he was an infant.. -He is 62 years of age, is married, and has a family. At the time of his death Jeremiah Moynihanwas about 80 years of a.?e. The succssstul claimant lives at 45 Pretoria', avenue, this city. ESTABLISH A , SALVAGE CORPS �Calgary, March 14.-r-A sal^'age fcorps, the first In Western Canada,: is to be established in connection with the Calgary fire department. It will be maintained partly-by. the Insurr ance underwriters association,, and partly by the city. are best tor nursing mothers because they do not affect the rest of the sy.'item. Mildbiitsure. 25o. a box at your druggist's. NATIONAL DRUS AND CHrMICAL CO. OP CANADA, UMITED. 163 STUBBY MYLING With the "Juvenile Bostonians" THE PEOPLES' FORUM Thos. Patterson, for many, 'years assessor and tax collector of ,Gait, is dead, aged 79. The governmout is fiendlnff a small party with dog sleds from Cochrane on March 20 to undertalte a hydro-graphic survey of James Bay,; . SPLITTING A FINE HAIR Noble, Alta., March 14., Editor Lethbrldge Herald:-I note that in your yesterday's paper you have allowed an error in your heading over the pictures of : the new : President of the United States and.: his cabinet. Please allow me to oorreot this error by pointing out that there is no . "new government at Washington," : nor has there been any new govern- ; ment there since Georg'ei Washington .: took the oath of office as first Presi- . dent under the present constitution.: i; Neither is any new government possible in the States, except by a revo^' lutlon although, of course, the revolution might be a peaceful one as was the adoption of the present conati- :' tutlon. What we do have. In the United ' States every four years is simply a change In the administration of the gov-emment. When Lincoln ' 'died Garfield quieted a mob in New:York;*) City by declaring that , "God : still, rules, and the government at Wash-  ington still stands." This idea of a perpetual govern-; j ment is fundamental 'with Americans!: r and your error must be considered, as .,;: going deeper than mere phraseology..-:: If I am not mistaken the: practice:in; -Canada ot speaking ot your governments as the lAurler government the Borden government Is indicative,;;;.: of the idea of the supremacy of jparr^^:: ties. The idea of political parties; fe however much 'the actual practice i.Ji � may belie that fact, Is repugnant: t.o.:V-i> the American Idea of govemment.:,::;; Our forefathers .seern to have .^nrif.;! deavored to create agovernmentthat;:?,' would that would not bo Infeated , with paities, but that would really be a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. And, howver far we have: come from feftlisi-,;'-:;! ing their ideal, we certainly atlll ' cling tenaciously to the Ideal. Henc?, the rebuke which Mr. Taft has recely- '\ ed for presuming to depart so far ' from the ideal as r.ln-, , coin In declaring that ours ia a gov-ernment of the representative's of*the,,!:S', people But even Mr. Taft did not dare to call the government his goV- , ernment., _ ' , ' j * Thanking you in advance for making such correction of this error's* you may think advisable, I am^ _ �-. �V^ery tmly yours, v N. J. NOBLE, Noble, Alberta. ' Donald C. Cameron, age 62, one of:;, the most prominent locomotive 'en-T gineerg in Canada, died at Allandale.'' THE DRINK HABIT And the NEAl THREE-DAY TREATMENT Thousands ot men, who were addicted to the drink habit, are now'' free from the craving for alcoholic stimulants; due, to their taking thesj Neal Three-Day Treatment. ' The Neal, Treatmentifr'emoVBS all craving, ail desire for;strong-:!: drink by eliminating, all*.alcoholic poison from' the 'system. , Thla-teni done by medical tr,q^tment. , : - , ,' ^ The Neal Trfla|mj?nt''isi8: purely vegetable compound, takeo'ln^"'^ ternaliy and is. if'^Jiliteom.'hypo'deripic injections. The Neal .Tr^ajt-'i-j ment leaves;no^b'h^ai?iBft'(lV;.?ef�ects,:�tnd on th^.contrary,;jrestoressmlndj',''" body and nerveB'!t6:'6ti'6rfectly healthy condition. ; :;-,;'#�*' The Drug Habit can be cured by our Special Drug Habit, Tr" ment.' Just as'''eaiftlent 'as'our treatment for'the Liquor Habit, ,Write ;for Full'Information;  THE NEAt; INSTITOTE !Ca,j,iaj|il 820 Thirteenth Avenu.e. West;,, CslgarV-, ' \\ ^^^�t^,f\K