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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDCtK DAIM' HKRAtP THURSDAY, MARCH 19, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER 1907 Pablithtd tf the Lelhbrldit Herald Printing Co, Ltd., every lawful evening at 111 tfxc. Sixth SL, Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. Olrectsr _ JOHN Minjjer PHONE: Adverting. Circulation and Jcb 1252 PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial and Ntvn Department 1224 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I weir, delivered M-00 1 year, by mail M.OO 6 n-.ouius, delivered J2.00 C monlba, by mill.................... Jl.EO S delivered il.OO 3 mouths, by mall.....................75 I month, .55 1 mpnlb. or moll......................2S AcMrft? cbansed as often as desired, but both and old addresses nmsi be fciven- HERALD FOR Red Dm; BfatUe Lake- Boofc Store; J. O. phr .Co.; Craabrook Jsckjoa t Kemp Colea Co.; Aleiindra Hotel; Peo Provincial V pleVDnig Store; Kenny Leading Hcoi 'Allin; Lethbrldso neher Dr. Store, 10SA Sth Are. '.Cigar. Slanii. Drug World Xtm Co. Diamond Dr. Westlalie Tbe Wide Station FMward Head. Mtdiclni Hat News Co.; News Shop. 415 _'. G ran well World N'ewa Co. Carmingay Clareaca Knel- Jamieson Newa A.-D. 705 River SWo WorM Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD t or raore pases, anil centals a summary of the nows of tit iveek.1 local and district I year In advance 6 months In 50o Published every Wednesday' In IS IT CAUSE AND EFFECT? W1 H'Il what appears periodic regularity at: Icnlion is drawn to modish freaks in JMII'S fashions. At one liiue it is at imuther "the hobble then the "harem uow it is the "slit skirt." In the littler ,3iiode exaggeration is aimed at by certain women >vhen. as we read, in the streets of London skirls islil to the knee or higher, sometimes.'with; slits both back and objects. :.0iie wonders the idea in these ex- travagances on the of the feminine is. to or be altraclive." From a jnale standpoint, for whom presumably the fashion freak is indulged in, it cannot be said to fulfil the last abject, if thai is aimed at. It may for "a lime 'cause the former, but even here custom "stales, JoK-we are toM lliat the exaggerated "slit" now only provokes a passing glance in the streets of I London. This may possibly lead women to adopt innovations of n more.startling character, until law.s become'perforce'eriacted, ahd pill i into operation in dealing willi'women's costumes. ..However this'may be, is there not something bflcause and effect in these attempts at daring costumes? Hoes it indicate tha! the oiic sex has fur another is imdergoing''a change 311 this hvi-iilielli century? Is woman feeling her- self to be commonplace, and resorting-16. hercu- jlca'n methods to be attractive, or to "the tactics of her suffragette sisUffsrplaccrt-her-m a light of only an ordinary being in the1 male ijiiinil. and destroyed the halo with which'.he. was enshrine her? It may be so, and, pos- sibly, in fashion's freaks there is the feminine in- sliuct at work to counteract the efforts of the ;frenzied sisterhood to show mere man that his i idol lias after all got feet of clay. If this is so if is misguided effort, and these costume cxajjgcrnlions are not but lelping toward She end which suffragette meth- ods, arc lending to. Preachers may declaim, arid nonilists may rant on the new departure, but the jucsfiori is not for the mere inale.- It resls will) the more level-minded of the female sex to come lo the rescue, and not only to frown on, hul 16 lake measures lo preserve the nsnhood. Here is where the be greal ill health following the "election forced liim to remain out of politico. Though he was a great fighter for his party iii his day and never overlooked an opportunity to advance the interests of Liberalism, his politi- cal opponents recognized in him a. man of out- standing merit with whom Canada' came first, and.his death will be keenly regretted from one end of Canada lo the other. A PROVINCIAL DIRECTORY. l' Hie conference of industrial commissioners in last week a plan of combining the: telephone directories with the regular city direcl- ory was broached, discussion on the subject re- vealing the fact that such a.plan would be the means of saving the business men of the larger cities about a year.. In general, Hie plan was U> have the provincial government issue the directory- three times a year, as is now being done with telephone directory. This would give the-business men. a clear, definite index to.-tlie residents of jhe city, and would'eliminate the necessity' of having a special directory for-.th6se did not use the telephone-. It would dispense with repiti- Uon and duplication, which must necessarily mea'ii and needless expense; No large sums of money would be taken out of ths cily ory companies, and the people would be supplied with the same information free, classified so that mitnh.time could be idea-seems to ac'founilfiVon Hghl principles', and if it'works out so that any waste is eliminated, it'.will be worth many times the effort expended. Horses For Sale Horses Wanted SES who have horses or who want to buy or trade for good horses should see Messrs. Welsh -Connor at the Alberta Feed and Sale Stables in city. These gentlemen have brought into Lethbridge, for sale, some of the: very best horses ever brought into the province. They Hackney and Standard Bred Imported Stallions and Other' register- ed and Grade horses from The Owners do riot want to take these horses elsewhere-they were brought here for sale. Farmers or Ranchers who want to Buy, Sell or Exchange Horses any quantity should see Mr. Welsh at the stables: on Third Street South, or at the Alexandra Hotel. Responsible parties given time. HOW'LETHBRIDGfSmpS.ON QUESTION Lethbridge's position oh the Inter- nal storage, elevator togeth- er with. iby: minion the. DEATH OF MR. PATERSON. IE Grim .Reaper has once more stretched forth his hand nnd another of Canada's great i mm has gone lo his reward. As in Ihe case of Sir George Hoss, Ihe wjiolc of Canada Ihe death of this statesman, for, although he Ixicn out of the political arena for.the past lyvo years, he WHS recognized as one'pf-tlie leaders of his duv. in 1839, of Scotch parents, lie entered on whole question of i government !co.ntrol of the w'ts "under discussion. -.W.. P., took make to Lethbridge's application 'for' "an elevator, and be was answered- .by Hon. Mr. Foster, minister of '.trade and .commerce, in Tvhose depattoierit this Following is the Hansard report ot the proceedings insofar as LethbiiJjc is directly concerned: Mr. Buchanan: 1-desiie to make some observations'as. to th'c loca- tion 'of an interior .storage elevator; in the province of. Alberta. One vator has already been.located In.CaU gary. A very st'curig'case' bas '-been presented the erection ol another elevator in the extreme- sou- (them part of the province; I-think It may be too late fo mention it, but'if ar- city's parks were to plant two three clumps of good-sized trees at Henderson j tering air objections7 to the Park, w-e know about 10.07o or more people w-ho the elevator at Calgary, but: mu.011-.. jt thjj SHnVmer would like to pant out tha OUK POINT OF' We fake off our hats to the city hall mathe- maticians. Tery'iuHy >a _._ y 'disofsled l "6t tbeMfoU5e "Vriday )00-bushels less than the shipments. I point this out to show that- tte jiait.'af the. pfoTiace'ot is'racst in heed" bi'increased elevator accdmmbdatiwf-is the eilreme-soiith- ern part, .the. great grain .growing 'AlberU.. North _ gary. there is a large miied. tainiing i lel me -know wiUiVhom the selection oi the ''site ol elevators, restsf Ibe .tJofeforuent the Gram" Com- mission ir ilc. FosLer The Publicity Commis- sion of- Lctlibridge, uliich my hon. friend knows r has placed this matter very fully before IHV ilepactment, as fioni" whom 1'h'iie re- ._ i. cefve'd a "riumbet'-bf letters, one, only Sg Uiat bridge haV .not los! anytlimg Irom down to the select-ion ard -control of all the-cmployccs'M'hn nre engaged in _thc'-rcsponsille: 'of Carrying OH Itie" of -t hat' board. Trie- board is hrld" responsible .-by "me. ar.d. to a IbJs large exlent-by Parliament, lor wort. So :l. flunk ihc board should have a very Itcc linnfi as ,io who -its shoulii bt.1 They -demand- and 1 tave.- no right- to step .between them and the-.' dp5ire, by any" wishes' of my own, aiitf I du not- do it. f time, has bcfa the ..the farmer, and will be for a great years years to. come, owing to the' condi- tions which csist. That par' country developing new aiiroads want to place before Ihe minister the needs of that particular the cbun- ate nuilt, and I a. and desires in respect ol a storage'' elevator." As regards the ultimate st- j lecfion ol elevators, that rcsts w.Jth.tlje.Ooyeniineiii, as it al The Government takes railroads ikf and has to shouldei .try. The city ol Lelhbiidje- has plac- ed its case Li...... fora the Bo; erf, mi liie given this year, acVnowledged Lethbiidge was one ol the' places which applied for an interior- storage elevator. There Is a very 'strong ieel- :es y and has to shoulder ut'T have made a-rule thai, having established ing tliete, brought about by int: Uons during the early period of- what I a "competent hoard in ail.these duty as a i minister to carry Out the recomroen- datlons and views of that commis- sion unless there he something which involves a matter of policy that the ,ICC j Government .docs not sec its way Hut in an advisory lne icapaeily.f anj guided by, and' Last week Southern Aibcrla made a shipment of hogs lo the Toronto market. This week a shipment of lambs has gone east to the same mar- ket. If there is anything else good that Toronlon- should be located In Lctlibridge. That pant out that fhe" first Herling was induced by announcements Icity in .the province.of 'Alberta', to by some friends of this govern- ment, and 1 hope the minister wilt history "of tho Government policy in "i.v n connection with the eatablisteJt these ebvators, that this elevator Imr- I do that WHK3C SEXUI.Nd TO THE OLD COUNTRY For or Frltodp. or llntf yduraelr." for ricked fe? THE OLO.RCLIABt.E not only in the selection of sites and these, important matters, but I do it I make a claim, tor one'ue'cltra- tors was and hope., has leen.held out that that cily chosen lor the site o! the first .ter- minal elevator in the Last ians want we l endeavor lo fill Ihcir order. The more one hears ahouf the Ulster situation the less one is inclined to envy Jlr. II. II. Asqnith who has lo bear Hie brunt. We are inclined to tire lielief, however, thai that gentleman's states- manship will solve the trouble salisfactorily with- out the ship being wrecked cither. White House is'lo have another wedding. Cupid seems lo be a regular visitor, and quite answer given by -the acting MlnisteV of Trade and Commerce that the se- eclion .rented wfth the Grain r 1 .he minfster to let 'iii Inow itliethet .he board decides on the locatkm ot the elevators, or whethfr that is a matttr which is determined Ins political life in 1872. It is'worth'im'ling tjiatl popular with WoodrowAVilson. "probably'lie's lie entered the House of Commons by defeating in on Hie "pesicc al any cost" policy." Sjr Francis Hincks, Minister of Finance, al n ficil- rtal and that he retired from poh'tiw .Vhen as Alinialcr'of Customs he was' defeated in ilie general election of 1911., l'i; 111 1896 fie was called to the. Cabinet as a mem- fatr of (he Laurier 'administration, taking the 'portfolio of Customs. In this capacity he be- ciimc a recognized leader in Canadian political life, his undcrlaking being tlie inlroduc- tion o? (he preferential tariff. During his regime the trade of Cnnadn increased enormously and liic Customs organization of .Canada today -is practically as organized by him lo meet Hie bushels. Tlie elevator capacity of this line Is while shipments lot that part ol the .frov-. Ince were bushels. In 'other words, the present elevator capacity north of the fllty-fim parallel in Al- ticrta bushels greater' than the shipments In 1913, while the capacity, soulk the line is other cletators than thojf he knowledge of, at Saskatoon, at Moose Jaw, and at Calgary, and transfer elcrators tho I'idiic coatt and on the Hay coast for wean shipping. Nobody doubts the Bne country of the Leth- brijgb district Its large grain-rais- ing capabilities; the actual results fhlclj'have been gained up to (he present time, and the possibilities ol i. much larger future expansion. Al time t arn bound to aay to my hoo. friend frankly that during this-year there no intention ol proceeding with the construction ol .than those 1 hare mentioned- Mr, Uuchanan Would the minister To think of arranging .passage for your-friends and relations in The Old Country whom you espect to bring out In the iprlhg .Voii their, tickets hero and all arrangements will he made for their forvrarding by. THE. DONALDSON LINE Kor intormallon, riten, etc., apply to' any eteamshlp or H, E. L'IDMAN, General Agent W Main Street, Winnipeg w "ANDANIA" "AlAUNIA" Tons (fiotv- "ASCANlAr "AUSONIA" (IO.W'0 (I.OCO JToni) Above Onf'CIist (H) Cabin f'.drf. riut only. iron vrcot. 'favor .with IM luvelllnc "FRAXOOXIA" (N'en- 1I.1SO Tonli tXnli -7wfo I-iiUHAKIA" i M.OSi Tons Ctrrylnv Aid ThIM _ Canard Conipcny hAliretn lio EW TorV. LlvfrjD09l. ard, riyaton. PJj.iruard, Lt erpool. littr' Adriatic. Ircljdlnr' Ihi'ftitut "LuttlnTila" and ,N'ow buIIJIni for cintdUn firvki: s.i, M Inn. Aftny.Or rue CVKAHD 'cH'-iuni, M4 II.'' "li 8. B. Mitchell iltt. THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE HDMUSD l.MKO. Cemfrtl MtoMrr JOHN" MUD. V. C. HI) OWN, o< RE8EBVE TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS CftniiJian Bank of Commerce, by reason of Hi nvrrbt-t 'of brinchts in Prwincc ct CanntU, with ilirtcf in Erir.f New York, Snn Sfiallle, Portland, Ort., Mexico and St. John's, ,wth Axenin und m part of ihe v'prld, Is Able to offer utiiurf facilities to tttf iravff'Ijnf publJc, cnablmf them (o obtain money in 'the simplest wny at any point on ilicir journey the world over.. Tfie Travellers' Chiquefl and of- Crtilit limied by this Bank overcome the arinoymg difficulties erf obtaining- fundt especJAlly tri whrrc rclcntifiealioii ia difficult Draft) on all ihe eonnlries of the, world, dMurn in rfbrka, lire, broMn, can or ai rcfsonAblo rilei, Lethbridgc Branch R, Ti Brymner; Mgr, ;