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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.f.THBRli/faE PAttt Ht!BM,P ll'hursday March 20, 1913 LEtHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECBMBBR 1W7 � Published by the Lethbrtdge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., �very lawful vening at Its office. Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Albsrta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managlno Director T. W. QUAVLB Managlnn Editor JOHN TORRANCE Business Manager PHONB! Editorial, Reportorlal And. News Department 1224 PHONE! Advsrtlslna Circulation And Job Department* 1 2 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, delivered*'....... 94.00 1 year, by mall ........,13.00 ( -months, delivered..... ��C0 , .,_,., ,, ,/j. S months, delivered, ..... �1.00  months, by mM�,....r- �1.50 ' 1 monUi, delivered...... 3Sc. 1 month, by mal) ...... 35�. A4clres�es cbanxed as often as desired, but both new �nd old addresses must be givea. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE A'f Lethbrldge-Red Cross Drug & Medicine Hat--Ii,;M. Northam., SS^^^^aJlS!" t,^:!^;r.5ReIn.cke Mjde^d^Toun, * Co.: B. W. f"^'"^ ' Di..rk... r.C;-World "Wide 5 L McC�^ MUcheU; News Oompany,, ... -.......> Tabsi-Westlake Broa. "iTIlS'Jsa"^" rnmSr;;;;-*'""'"* * 8poKan.-Thi- JainreTO^ News Company. . to., 705 Blvereide Avenue.* Fernte, B. C-Percy BeaU AI�o on aIJ*.C|P..R.>aln8 THE WEEKLY HERALD ' Published every Wednesday In eight orlSiSre pages, and -contalBS � summary.of the news of &e. week, local %nd district . 1 year in advance ........S nionths'lh advance'.^... iOc I months In advance ........,7ip^ ,,......... J ed their requests as oh^ieftuny as the , concluded that''*Sero �o objec^ Alberta government. The session just bloslMg-at Edmonton has seen a record established (or legislation in the interests o� the miner, the larmthe'Ii;inctw,:place his name and quallfl-jafeAfccatlonB .upon a government' regls-'��''"''ij^.terviand'also receive from officials "^IpkriticuiarB of vacancies In other ��'�SlaceslUkely '.to be suitable, 'bn 'February i, i9io, 86 bur-, (iusH^were :;;opene^ at variou* y.j)|^,^dor �the;^;^ this g",$B'^'e�s.?�nd,'!.,these have Increai-gdifi^ji^coe.^ysars; to .the present tion to the outlying mining centers being In the city., . The morning paper says its renders -spi'nd $110,000 on food and that each reader spends $360 a yeaf. By a simple mathematical proces.s it is learned that its city circulation is therefore 305. There could' be nothing more fitting than that the mining camps should be In the Lethbrldge riding. The closer the city "and mining camps are brought together the better (or Lethbrldge. It is really too bad that the Doctor's fwlings should be hurt but the progress of Lethbrldge must be allowed to. go on unimpeded. public '>-�jye A FINpi CANDiqATE Robert". LonywottH"' M^Iillan, the Liberal candlaate ''|n- High' River, is just tin prdlna^y. Ivf^mer � like the great .majority* ef--.t}ve,rreSt o� the people of the iconstituenoy ;and therein lies one of-" his /greatest strong potntg a^ j.-(ha.'e"Qnstlt�enoy, being eminently a "^farming "one\ ."wants a man who knows -.what the-farmers want an.-l ia In complete; .?ympathy with-them. ; " .., .Jlr. 3IcJJlUaiJ..i wi|s, born ,.in Char-�lottetown, P.A"E:�li,'July 49, 1880, and Is therefore 32 years: of-age, receiving his eduoallon In the public fohools.of that,Jil5jce; .He..came west ten years ago.'and settled in High River. He; hafl-very-Mtttle : of the �world's.goodsi^ljen ;he'came but in the. decade he;"has lived here, he has become the efwnef. of. ai farm embracing 4000 j acres ..of isfluesfc; land in the High- River al9trlot;and is regarded as : one of tlT^iiJinost .q^iiccessful and prosperous Tarsfoers- "of this section. .I>ast> year .he: Qipoppe4::1100 acres 'of his ''land and .^pastured 'the rest. One of'the princlptd Jphases of his business Is th'e feeding of ijeef; cattle which he carries'oh very'extpnslvely. Mr. McMillan, was married in 1908 at Calgary to Hi as Zoe Higgins of Port Huron, Miohlgaii, They have one daughter..-.: , The. family �^hqpve:7is about; fifteen miles west of High Riven Increase His Popularity (Winnipeg Tribune) , So Dr. Clatk has been "named." That will only sweU;hiB majority in the Red Deer district ' The parents* Di^tjf (Stratford Beacon) > . Police have, :d'utlea, to attend to. One of them should be. to keep young hoys and girls'off 1 the strepts at late hours at night; They would not have to do that If all ijarenta did their duty. put their determination Into practioe, their employers would hare to pay them living wages. Canada Knows Best tToroDto Star) There is Something pathetic in the, childlike dependence, of the government on the Churchill letters; It-was, legitimate enough io ask Mr. Churchill and the Admiralty e-vperts what the. Empire needed, and what form of aid would be most useful and most' acceptable. ' But it was weak to say to. Mr. Churchill, in eltect:. "Please, sir, give us some facts and figures which 'will show us that Canada cannot build her own fleet." A strong man and a strong government should have said: "Tell us what the Empire needs^ AVe will judge and decide what we Canadians can do. We know what are the resources of Canada, and what her enterprising citizens can do." We do not join in the severe censures that have been passed upon Mr. Churchill. A question was put to him In a form which left no doubt as to the kind of ansjver that was desired; and Mr. Churdhill-gave that kind of answer. If he went too far in his desire to help the government of Canada that 'was a failing that leaned to virtue's side. The mistake was made by the government of-Canada in weakly asking for advice on a question which it ought to have decided itself. The goveri^mnet ought to know that Canada can build ships of any kind. We have the iron, we have the coal, we have the greatest source-of'nickel in the world. We have the industrial ambition and the industrial skill. There is nothing in the world that we cannot, manufacture or build. We have the men to build th-e ships ai^d to man the ships. These are questions on which.. Canadians can speak with greater authority than Winston' Chirrchill or anyBody else outside of Canada. -j �:.: .> . -idicatlons'were -received by them. Tin addition-toijfi number of a pure-!,fly.'casual nature. "These appllca-�Hiona were; made'.by 1,649,802 in-5dlyidual8i!andf about one-half of !5i-tb*at" num6ar;'of' situations were � filled, tjiroiighfilhe agency of the ,exolianges.;�* Since every other �-an'eanB of Bearing of, and obtain-#I|f|r,; work!'Remained open to tbe 'e^pplicanta'it \A evident that a pro-yp'o^'tion'such 'as this proves the '?f8Uoces8 of-Jllie experiment. Many /vgluahle statistical - tables have rttee'n'compl^'d showing the trades ')>in: jwhloh-^eagonal activity pre-�'valjp'i tlie'pi'ilPortlon of men, wo-irfen,,boy6''�ina;girIs to the -total number of applicants and the various klnds-?of work for which .jthey .a,pplisdl. Considerable light "".wjU'thUBihe_\thrown upon labor '-problem's wBiioh were previously riot understood, apart altogether ' fro% - the immedldate utility . of ".the'work Ip bringing the worker to the: spot where the labor is required.  The scheme if adopted here will prove to be, as the Free Press argues, a piece of useful machinery in regulating the demand for and supply of labor In the various provinces.: For the present, at any rate, its Initiation will do much to solve the problem of agricultural labor at^ harvest time, and will lilcewise be. of service to railway construction which is rapidly developing. Walters and .Tip? (HairiiUon Herald). .Waiters can't'reasonably be -blamed for taking tip?,. 3A wattei�*tells a Herald reporter that i� ;it.vw.ere-not for tips they wouldn't" jiavfe..enough to live on, their -wjiges.being far below the level of'subsistenc^,. But It is the tipping pus torn: .'?�hioh ,18 the cause of the -wretohed-'^Bay ithe waiters, get. The walteVsr;, employers, knowing that-'the �vvalters supplement their legitimate, pay-./by- taking tips, pay them accordingly; If ithe waiters would decide to decUnoftips and then Mr. Amos Wll^ri Strikes the Nail on . th^Heat^ A (Red Deer Advocate) . ^ ? -Mr. Amos Wilton's forcible argu ment that It Is the duty of allvfarin-ers of* Alberta. desiring freer trade with the Stateg -to vote;agaipst Mr. .Michener and. his' party in-, (the coming election, has caused a big flutter In the Tory dovecotes. Mr. Wilton: voted for Mr; Michener on personal grounds at the last provincial.' eleCr tlon,; now he will vote against him on national grounds. And'Me, Wilton" Is right. . � , :�: The whole hope of the Conservative opposition is the coming election -they haven't much, hoperris jbappd, on two main lines', of attack; first, the backing of the Conservative go^vern-ment at Ottawa. In supplies, and-organization-the usei.ot the new Red. Deer post office building in this election is an instance of'thls;|. and. second, that they can 'throw,.enough.mud THE PEEm^SS G03i[M0:j^ER AND HIS -WIEE ^^g^UR_^ POINT OF VIEW The Standard SecufitiesCoe Real Estate and Investments Owners of M o r ri i h g s ide Suite III-IIS Sherlo(*Biaf.'P.O;Boxlft79^^^^.^^^ Britisli Colu The closest point^to the Prairie Provinces-wKere f;niits-ckn-fB.e"Suq- cessfuUy grown. very "apple L^jjo^n in 191-2-was-sold belcJriSTiElhrist-m'as. ' Many- berry.': growers liave" sold - their' 1.9jl8''.cr9p.rrip%":'^^rito-v for free booklet on Oreston^ �-�.y-^r-.-^:.:^'- ^- North Lethbrldge Realty Company PHONE 536 :.: UETIiBRIRQE,'AlUTA;-, SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA, ,:, 414 13th Street North. (Iti'^gfat-'lOko'toks' Ig now 25' olpa. If Dr. Stewart' objects to Diamond City -being in Lethbrldge riding the cbancipB are. Diamond city will object to the Doctor. ' ->Bob; Rogers is diacoverlng that j-ffhlldj!; steam roller methods went in yyjanitobai there is some disposition M^l^AifWlfclat Ottawa. on the government In connection with the A. & G. W. acd other minor matlers to have's'ome of It stick.- As to the latter the-good sense of the people can be depended upon to weigh the valuable- constructive work on ^railways, telephones, public works atnd: legislation the government have done as against a mass of frenzied and Impotent insinuations and charges; which no member dare father by followjng the procedure laid down in the rules of parliament The Al-_b'^ta ^ opposition have made no Im-'presplon�on the province*l)y any.ou^-, standing lines of policy; even that favorite resort of opposiliou politicians--provincial prohibition - which Mr. Michener mighti be supposed to favor, has so far -not made its appearance. . The oppo?RIon appears to be~ going Into this election simply on a campaign of abuse and- Dominion: government support. And what does Dominion government, support mean.? What did Conservative. pupport-rthe support ot the protected Interests-mean in 1911. Mrj Michener; professedly independent", and a large land owner, would normally .have..been a supporter, of reciprocity.' But he wag compelled; to save his position as head of thei CqnseiTative party In Alberta, to take the stump agalnat ' reclpi-oclty. amd wider markets; he became a party to going one hundred miles outside the constituency to bring in as candidate a -Calgary lawyer. To' run against .whom? To run against Dr. Clark, a farmer himself, and the chief apostle of the farmers of the west in -the Commons for free trade and a lower tariff. Just think of it-party exigencies compelled Mr. Michener to support the Calgary lawyer against th^ Red Deer farmer, compelled him to oppose' a policy which he knew �would increase the value of all 'west-. 6rn lands, and compelled him to support a policy which makes the �west-ern fafmer-and wage'earner a hewer of wood and a drawer of water for the protected and financial Interests of the east'. ' . And the protected'and finamclal interests of 'the east-^bythe aid of-Mr. Michener and the Conservative party -^are now attempting to further fas-teii'the bondage of high taxation and restricted markets on this western country. Intelligent farmers like-Mr; Amos Wilton" see behind the holler about the A. & G. W., see .behto(| the insinuations about the Integrity of ministers which are not put In such shape that the leglslatjire can get at the min responsible for 'making them; see belilnd all this attempt to contuse the (juestlon of thfe -provincial .finances. The serious Issue'for the farmer and wage eamer'In this elec-tlo'n is: Do I Intend to further strengthen the power of the protected'and financial interests-of the"e&s.t:by voting for the men and the organization they are Eupporting, and am-'l going to be a party to binding stlU' fas-ter the shackles of high protection and combine exactions on this growing West? :' For Rent . . N. E. % 15-9-21, five 'miles - N. E.- I^eth-bridge Depot; two and one-half miles'north Erovincial jail about 100 acres in tj^-n^e. gyass /a,nd pas|iire.; > . y Pasture fenced Hog Tight'. a i Speaks, for Itself .When yoU see a man-and a woman: sitting together In the: theatre,, solemnly teadlng'the � jokes on the program ' -between.,, the acts yow don't havie to; be a mind-reader to know they are ijiarriqd.-^lilpplncott'B.i �,A Matter, pr Relationship Two chance; 'acquaintances froih Ireland: were t^tlWng together. "An' so- yer n^me is Riley?" said one;"""Ate ye? anny relation to Tim. Riley?", ."Very diatantlyi" said the other. "01 was me mother's flrat child an* TJm �vyaa the twelfth.'"-Ladles' Home Journal, ..The Talkative Barber ,. One daiy Mark Twain was being sha'v;ed by a talkative -barber, and �\vas .forced ,to listen to oaany' of his anecdotes, . The- barber Jia^.to strop his razor, and .^lj�i[; he - wj^s ready, brush in band,v to raaume ;work, he asked: -'.Shall;..I -go over if again ?'; :"NOj;::thanks,;i -drawled Mark. "It's hafaiy'necessaryi"' 1 think 1 can re--meniber..e.Ke(ry....w,jord."-t-Tlt.Blts. .. The Crwded Way "The late. General Bopth," said a Sftlyatloij J Army'captain of Pbiladel-pliiay"us'Sd',fp al^pi.lt freely that the l)a4 man had qjore fun-at -.least 'while carrying on: his -business-than the feood- man. i'Stroklng'hia white' beard, he put the-niattei" ih ' a ^n�at epigram one night in-New YoWc. "'They Bay thS -way of the transgressor is hard,'-:-he ^ald. 'At any rjite; it' certainly isn't; lonely.' "-De-ti'(Jlt''Fr6e 'Press. A Man to Avoid The man who can laugh at a funny story after hearing It the third time should not be trusted. He is a hypocrite.-'Washington Star. Cause fpr jCoristarnatlon " The inexperlence(l; district school teacher had exh^uatis'd'; all other expedients for .th''e''m84ni8nancoof discipline. GoIng.outJu^'theiBohool yard she broke oft f� gpp^ -fllzed a-wltch that was growing-.tjiere and admlnis-, tered primitive punltibmept to' Jimmy Kelley. . There wore strange expressions of horrified amazemept'oa; the'faces of the children,!- and ' >yhen� s|phpol was dismissed at noon; ^.iiey - gathered in excited groups '^andV'talked' in whispers. Finally ,^he- teapherls curiosity could stand It^no longer; .CaUlng. Henry Thomap. to her,; ;Bhe/ demanded the cause ot the dlBouMlon, . �. t "Why-why i-j.why.- tcaoheir," be stammered, ".'that-r-that ;4pwltch lyou licked Jimmy, with,-that 'was. the tree 'we all set-otitrlaisti'-Arbpr :Day.", -Harper's Magajlne. IHXlPSdNHNE .........., :i8tp�mihlp arid" RailJyvay. t|o|MA,I?E , 8Alt:IN0S EV:ERy^WEEK' . Fox full (nfgrmatlo'nvBee Bteam^ .tfhip and r^llwax.BgenlB^,- ' Or write-' ' H. E, LIDMAN; Q�ii'l.;Agent. 446 Main StroW y!(