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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHlJRliScJiE DAILY JBEEBALD Tuesday, March 11^, 1913 THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IMT f^*�ibU�hed by tho Uethbrldflo Herald PuBllshIno Co., Ltd., every lawM #^ahlrig at Its otflce, Sixth Street. Lelhbrldge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. OUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And News ~ i Department' T 1224 PHONE! . Advertising CiVcutatlon And Job Department! 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, ddlvered ....... $4.00 I year, by maU ......... S3.00 IS2StSt,�^t-;::: l?:o � months, by man...... 11.60 1 month, AeHvered...... 35c. , 1 month, by mall ...... 26c AdOreBsea.chanxsd aa often as deslrei]. but both nsit aad old addresses must be glveo. -�-r. THE DAfLY^HERALDrORSALE AT ' Lethbrldoe-Red Cross Drue & Medicine: Hat-M. Northam. Book Store; J. O. Robertson CranbreoK. B. C-Seattle and &, Co.;,JacKson* Co.; Max- StcWiS��. ' IforerKa'iJny^ i^xgiS!' Clar^shST-b. X. Reln.ck, Macleod-Toua, � Co.; W.W. ?�'�5|or.d^Clt)^^lamond City Hamilton. .  Taber-Tresuake Bros. - - ^nf'tS^^Sti^^t^^ '* Cdmpany. . Co." 705'lUVeralde Avenue. Fernle.^B.C-Percy .BaaL Also on'all C.P.R. train* THE WEEKLy^MBRALD I>ubllshed�very Wednesday In eUcht oT^aW MUresr, and coatalM �" summary of the news �f ther �week,-loaal and district 1 year la advance . -S months in advanc* ...... Wo C months l>i adTansa An Industry Worth Thinking. About lis (a CAJjGARY CaNTBMPOKAHT, ap�aldng of the coming exr [ 'y ppmaion ot uheep raising In itl}e::VVe8T. refers to the .necessity fSffhicli will arise for wire fencing. It,. l&V^ordingly, advise� that Calgary lihould fTnd this a; fittiDg opportunity ^'linauce ,the location in ih^ city of ii|i!!7lre mill- It argues rightly that as soon 4s the leases under the; new regulations as to ranching come into fc'perationi the erection of fences 'will become ebe of the first necessities, iuid firm on the � spot with, live Its to oanvass, for orders win be conoem'that will 'get all the-*uair. wGalgary's advantages are thus en-jiiherateid. There ^is sower on: the l^jg'ot at a reasonable rate, the trans-ipprtation facilities cannot b� excell- ed,'^' s&n&ble site can be secured at cost priof forming a Canadian navy is f'^gmatised as separatist .... ,, ''\-Xiet us hear what Mr. Bryce says ^I^Sfii the matter. He is described by �i itbe Tllontreal WltB�8s as "one of the .oet.broad-minded, capable asd- aym-etlc men of the day,, who has, by ces in bis 'American Common-ith'iproved his ability ito perceiTe .OTomwntsof ijopular thought and bo j..^,.- - bfforetheir;JUme- events that [�re'i)to follow. He is a .British snb--H without -that infenw UmiUng ionaUsm that prevtnts many Eng^ men �from; eV�r befng anything ore thaa ihigUshmwuVi W ig of the charaotecpisticB of Mr. ryoei the Witness ywceeds to print ilsi s^tsment that there has b'eeia a i^r^41 palpable growth af Imperial-* -in /AiisU^ia of; late yeari. |rhete foliojs tJe ob��-vaUon that ia jjist during'th|e'period, the last ears, t tEilt' Australis. has: i.' been-. Sg up ef^^^ atHhe� openlng^q^itbB'iuiYal; college at Gee-Ipiigj la >-wbrthyv;,^e .consideration of eyery.'CaMiljMjt?Ifjwa_s^ 'thouglv AiMtralia'' �hburdrpr�i"ent a hundred .Bhfps tttV tfie Bfttlsh navy, Britain would be .30 better off unless men VSX^ tPJlui to man such ships. This is equally the duty of our �'|m,� and In' instilling into the ^rsjjjgitli'disbusjjion the acousaUou of ittlat: i^dtivies on the part of a*?Tirhoffa.Tor'a .Canadian navy, its Ijapgntji, are relying once more'on "lo^iw'yjcry; "^This, however, may lied:"onie'too'often', and they 'will t^Sj^feirjffhagrin that the public �vhe'fooled once but not all the Is it Not Going- Toiy Far ? "N A UBSGRIPTION of the plan ; in. vogue in the federal prison at :Atlanta,Ga., which is. a pioneer carrying out the humane policy, jread the following Interesting de-js; 'More than nine hundred men j.jJ3; serving sentences there at *the jl^resent time, the list including murderers, bank wreokera, counterfeiters, |ltiirglai-s and men who have used the 'iySl t'(to defraud, their vlcUms. They '(trs sentenced there from all parts the country and many of them are isperate characters, but no matter fWfi'BSrtoiis their ^offences they are ^en/the �5hanoe to* show they are worthy of some consideration. Ibeirty Is'about thc only thing de-p.E&e'i.'lnmates: of the .prison, Coni-l^i/^eleaJillneBfl, entertainment, phy-alv exercise, well cooked fpod and [iitjrj'o'f lt, tohaifco ftad good reading ^aome pt the, eompenaations thsit .�5to'!t^> lot of the man who is de-lb^;^f'''hlB freedom.' ors leave th* institution marie perfect, sanitation of ;rJl�XS'the'A'a8rita Jour- *' - ipn;?, floors, walks, �'''Icf fajrniture-re-'jj'fclbf.i'Jabor bfe-. , where been aMisbed in the dining room and.the, men now take their meals from .'tables-^ that will accommodate from eight to ten persons. The prison ;orch6Btraj a splendid organization, play,B during the lunch hour, and the men discuss "the topics of the day much after the fashion of men at a club. ' Every effort is made to keep the man-contented, the inmates being-ah lowed .'to-.work '^t callings to which t^^Xi'i^e accus^tbmed as far as possible^ " The bated stripes have given way^_to 'unifo'rnis of blue-gray, the sire'noe > rule andVlockstep have been throwa'into the discard and th^ men are not compelled to aviert their faces at the approach of visitors, as is the ea�e>-in moaf-iniBons. The prison has a; modi?lf school, where men who have not enjoyed the advantages of a minor education jire put through their three R'B, - � �  P9caus� Of tbe rigid health rules the mea leave there In splendid physical copdrtion. They are compelled to bathe land change their "'clothing regularly and to take a certiiin amount of exercise in the open every day. With l>'?eV exceptions the men are cajrelul^.about their personal appear-wf^f an^ are ftulck. to report viol*: ifHiRnf ;;o�jvthla nil^ on;|jj|e part of otM-'%n'K'. Thw have tflPfprivllege of jl|;S08lilng*up'before every meal. Twice J9!|jiiris6Jt?ftB6Tr:i^S''ntirBWgh the Strenr ,ttau'"B � "settl^g-up exercise" Jn vogue liirTtN'^^rWF'f'of T*ny years. They � -'Jjjf^ft^ftBt six flvery morning nnd retire nt nine o'clocJr-at'-iilght. They work six hours a dhy ior live days, Saturdays being set aside for baseball and other outdoor pastimes. When one has read these details he must come to the conclusion that the prisoner's lot Jn Atlanta jail is truly n happy one. It is, accordingly, a matter for some consideration whether or not prison reformers are riding thalr hobby to an e.vtent which will prove alarming in making prison abode. too attractive. Many reforms have failed through the over-zeal of I'the reformers, rand iwith 'what' "li4a been" de8crlbed{there must be a danger that the humane scheme as applied to iirlsorig, while intending to reclaim prison^s, might tend to the encouragement^ot crime. It would be well that the precept of "hasten slowly" should be observed In prison treatment, otherwise its object might be defeated by the rise of a new danger.-^ Tbo motives for the now .policy are goad, but at the sS'ine time require discretion in putting them in operation. ' OUR POINT OF VIEW It is pleasing to note that the city council is preparing, to Instal a proper filtration plant. Lot ua hope It will he e(iual to the demands. In jSIr. R. t. McMillan the High River Liberals have a candidate who will carry the riding by -a majority in the three flguces^ The Herald Te pleaae'iS (to-t'see Mr. J. M. GJende.nnIng in the running again InNantonj. Mr.'GIendenning is not guilty of shoving himself Into the limelight, but he is a quiet, effective'and "efficient servant of the people. He deserves ye-electlonr It retiulred Ite'cold hancl of death to bring Justice to Malcolm MoKen-zie. In the recent Claresholm bye-electlon he.was ylUfled in a shameless manner aid'uow thaVheiia dead all Join in saying that he was one of Alberta's best and brightest men; When Mr; -Borden was leader of the opposition there was a cabal headed by a Belleville statesmaox to.l ous.t him. He became premier by the sheerest accident, and he shows evep, less ability as a gdvernment leader' than as opposition leader.-�-He- has absolutely little or no control, .oyer-hls following., It Is a jnotable fact that no. Con-, servattve is ever called to time by, Speaker or Chairman at Otta.wa. Epithets of 'the coarsest Ijind are thrown at the Liberals and no notice is given, them, but if a Liberal even rises .to. a point of order there is a" threat ot. "put him out" or. "name" him. Such is responsible government in. Canada under Robert Laird Borden., . ,'. . Poop Postage Stamps (Fernie JVee Press) For a greafcountry ItkerthiB Canada of ours our'igovenftment puts a punk klhd of paper into its.rpoatage stamps. Usually they tear anywhere except alonV tlrs jietforatloni and the frugal correspondent takesixt chance of, being grabbed;- for attempting to defraud the coudtry If he slajis'Sbout half a stamp on,an-env6lopei Ottawa Partiality , (Morjiing Albertain) ' When a miolster'iofthfeir crown makes a most^Jttsnltlng remaTk to an opponent in the Doijiihion. House of Commons, all' 'indulgent chairman quietly declares that the .offeoidins minister was merely talking to himself, or in his -slsep, or something like that, and; itfievinBURed-opponent is lucky that- he-'isa't thrown out ot the house for daring-to make a complaint. .....,' : Good-bye-,-'Boctof �  (Morning Albertim) ^ The feud In therEiberal'.p'artj- in High River, which has mkdd every-: thing decidedly TincoBafortahle there for the last few'-:^(fers',;has been hurled very deeply^-and 'that keaina tTou-ble for the G.onseryative -candidate who has planned' capture the riding this year; ; " V ; V The-Pomlcal CHsiB (OttasmfFree" Press)  Has a government' with' a majority of ten in the 't^se and thirteen seats vacant a rlghlrtq fofo^-vthrptish par-^ llament a ;meafafere--?Satef5aily alter-* ing the relationship Ketween Canada and the Bmi>lf^j,;Tat a^oosjr'to Canada of thirty-flve'mlliidnst; Can a government" ^O'^Situated fairly, claim to represent a'-majority of the people? ''� Does not sucli -a sitnatton on such a auestion calt for -fWsfence to �the people by meanB'of a' general election after- measures-- have "been taken to provide for the flllln�"oae'd to the letter and sitlrit, thesi^rjuciple-and practice of British parlianaantary. institutions.' ' The governmoni' which dei)ends for Its majority-oir?f fofc a larg^ part of its majorlty-rron stfch practice, ca,nnot fairly claim- .ihe-sau* Hyde & Saunders Produce & Commission Merchants, All Varieties of Hay-"By the bale or car" � ' -Choice Southern Timothy, Irrigated Blue-.Joint, Alfalfa, Meadpflf fna"" . Upland Hay-^At closest prices ^ Special prfces to Contractors on large orders. ^ - , ^ >,i Mlxea'car orders BoUclted.! "Write or wire us for prlceSi[ Clearing^ Sale of Wagons and Carriages Balance of Stock of Fish & Tudhope Wagons AT ACTUAL'CbSTf ; (Only 7 Wagons to go.) :epeoI^l'Bargains on Stock of McLaiightJn Rigs, P. 0. Boat'112 Hyde & Saunders 1231 Second Avenu^ So.M^h \ PH0NE':1244 ecurities Co. Real �stiLt:%ipLd Inyestmehts OwJ^er: P^^^ Mween Canada'and the Em-pittljfej^ii^icontemplated by> the Naval AidVBiil; as interpreted by the 'Premier in his several speeches, can pro-iperly be made by a parliament that is thirteen members' shortot the proper strength. , . ' * : A.'government has the responsibll-fty'-of carrying on the publiq. business. An - o'pposltlon has the responsibility of. ."guarding the public interest and constitutional rights so far as that cai)' be dorfe by a parliamentary minority; under the rules and practice of parliament. If a parliamentary op-^p'o&lUon Is 'to fulfil any useful pur-|,pose, it must be prepared on occa-slbitr-when issues are great enough and; differences grave enough-to back up Its criticism of:the policy or actions ot the government by such course ss will, If possible, bring a66ut an appeal to the people.' This rlgjit has been exercised repeatedly ln"Ganada' (no later ago tjian 1911 by the party at present forming the government), and is being exercised COW;..The belief of the opposition Is' that'the magnit-ude and imminence of the Issues involved are ample warrant for the action-being taken. '. ' Blonde t ' Wimble-Isn't' Gumble's light-haired wife pretty extravagant?  Gimble-You bet! He calls, her his blended indebtedness.-Life.' Safe Bet , -. -Agnes-What foolish things a y.oung man will do when he's In love. 'sEthel-Oh, Agnes! I'll het Jack hasi; proposed.-Boston Transcript. V Fasting Luxuriously ' / ..tisnt Is now upon us and Bishop O'Gorman, of Sloui: Falls, discussing ient the other day, said: "It's the spirit, i-ather than the let-teri,.of our observaitlon of Lent that counts.  I mean that one may sew fc)E, the poor and at the same time talk scandal; one may .fast and at fiip'pame time gormandize. ,^"Two plump and rosy gentlemen were 'talking about Leant. .-��^V.-'Brook trout has gone up,' said tiiQ first. ;;:'{,"Perlgord ti-uffies and, Marennes oi^'&lers were never so dear., before,' '"le second murmured. , ,,)t'The price of snapper and dlft- mVnd back is prohibitive-positively prpWbitlve.' '"J'Wlne and fresh vegetables, whe-iljer from Florida or California, are Typcth their weight in gold.'' '"The first gentleman sighed and ex-claj.fined: ^ 7"/!Vlas, in these days of high prl-ce^i "where Is one to get the money to:-jt,ast?"'-'VVashlngton Star. . ';��-�� � � �'~ ,.'�� J; i;:;Trytbful George the Second -'V;,;':(ToroOTto Saturday Night) �J George; Ham,.the publicity man of the;-Canadian Pacific Railway, Is an IncJw-ylblglP Joker who exercises his Jjroiw'nglty-at .cvery opportunity.: One '.^outh_ and west. -Three dry, farms to rent. O. T. Lathrop ' ' ; .-FARM LANDS . IfARM, LtfA^JSi- . � tETH^RIDQE, STAFFORD BLOCK , .ALBlErtTA -rOR ALL KINDS OP HELP SEEr Farm.-^Hands ; � . Gaaotlne- Engineers �Steani' Engineers Harveit." hands Cooks;: .niale'. and female Hotel Porters , Waitresses Chambermaids Teamsters .Men for Grading camps Lumbirnfisrf'� Bra6k�mlth� IWaotflhlsts Mlheps-; . � Timekeepers. Etc.^ Et�., � "P. O, Drawer 1 nor Phone 984. , . - M�ctl$lno 'Hat nl'glit .last yeai^ -he was sharing the �'' statertfom 'on- a';Quebec-to-Montreal sleeper-with WtU'lam Stltt... the general passenger agent of the C. P. R. A suddefti' jolt roused them both, and Mr.-SUtt-asikedi r ' "What 'time I's it, George?" �'Just'foup tett/'rwas' Mr. Ham's're-ply.'. , , - , .... Mr: Stilt resumed his interrupted slumbers,', but 'Mr;  Ham did not find it'Stk easy to agSiIn woo-the drowsy god.-i A'ft^r-.a ivakeful half hour, Mr. Ham leaned. Jrom -his berth and shook Mr.Stitt, "Woelum! Weelum! wake upll" he called. VWba-^whs-^-what'a the matter?" asked the half-awakened official. VWeelum, It Tvas not four, ten when I fold.you it,w?l8^" said Mr, Ham. "It waft-fQU5,twe'lvo,''"' ' ' ^^Ye'daft loon," said Mr. Stltt, re-lap^ipg into his. native idiom In his e;�cit;^mbnt; "dae ye mean tae tell me ye'-ro'oaed me.julst to'lei me knd'w th�i?y.:;' , '  i^'Veeelum,'". was Mr. Ham's imprea-siyfe-Uhswol-, "I'.Was taught as a.,youth that-"^I^must never- go to sleep -with a ll.e* upon my Hps, and I dared not siumbaruntll. I. had oonfossed my fault.'" :F07tunately ?M.r. Stltt'S � rejoinder wa8,(jiIo^t Ip the roar of'the train as it crossed a. 'bridge. For Rent "-�-:NvEi-^'15*9-21^ five miles 1^, E: 'Leth-i)ridge Depot; two. and one-half milQS north ' . 'Provincijffil jail about 100 acres-in taine'grass and' pasture.' ; > pastiU'G fenced Hog Tight. Exc4ptionaliy-easy to Irrigate. It takes water.ironx Uia.north. J. Harris & C0. ; 'real e8tate-and steamship. AQEN'FS C: p. r. and general employment'agency' phqne''l4l2 begin block, lethbridgs s : ip; O. BOX 531 "i ''!,-',..'. "- J. ' � . '.'^ � ' �� ' . � � . " Phone,-WrlteV-WIre or Call-"We wllyl give eaeh OF'dsrtouiffpSBaonal � � -atjentl?^ and soe that you get, the class of h61p :yQu requij*. ;; �  -Look Heref: ^ /- _  i)d'you ,want'to sell your Medlclna..Hat proper1)y7v'� It^ft9{..,y8l);i , tt- .with us  .for quick sale. We 'have buyers wftltjng ta.,pi^lt-up ' anythlng-that is good if the-price Is right. ^ ' Richardson, Tennant, Splane JeCo. Real Estate and Financial Brok�'r��-^ '' Has tExc'ejIe/it 6penlri(!| for General Stopfl. . ;