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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mt^ubtlahed by the Lathbrrdga K�ratd PublUnino Co.r LtA, svtry lawIM 0tiVtMna at Ita offlet. Sixth Strast, Lathbrldga, Albfrta. danada. W. A. BUCHANAM '" -^- Ii4aniieln0. OlreMai' � .t/w/quaVlb iOHlif TOhRANOK Buarnaia Mana^, HERALD ' * PHONE: ,Advartialng Oireulatlbn {I And Job - ^ , ^epartmartta 1252 D^ILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 yaar. AalWarad ....... M-OO 1 yaar. tor �� .....u.. M-W C �onth8. �a"we�..... VM j months, by n�(�...... 1 Santh, delfvered...... 35c 1 month, by mall...... AdeU'ssces chaocad aa often. �� daatrad, but bath haw and oM :.�adreMaa must bf'ttva&'''' THS OAILV HBPALD FORJSALE AT Madlcjpa Hat~I; Ing In Canada' as 6ompar�d^T�hh::the' cost ot living .8(Mik*.>y�ar�,ag()^ and with thc cost of living In other pi* ces. It' establlsheis the; fact that Canadiaa food picicsa have cisea^ore rapidly than British prices, and to a higher level. It iflndBivthati "Onb cnnao operating'tn Canada as 'ti �whole; which permits the prlcSs of foodatHfts to gc "hlgheir In Can&diAh.^Uol^th'aii in London, Is the tax leVied on inlr porta, of: food fi|>inial(ii'0^,;8n^ of oourae, by the Caaadli&l^qnnimer. tation of food has resulted in raising the price of food to all Y^ho live wi^'J in the taxod area la now clearly seen by the Industrial classes of Oefrmany and Austria, and Is apparently becoming obvlous.,ln..tbd U,.5..A. In_ these countries, manufacturers and municipal councfls'are joining forces with the arttearis-in demanding tho'^ removal of duties on foodstuffs." In Australia and New' Zealand mere Is a slanllar' outcry.  In the last week in Atigtiat,' ldl2i the minlater of customs Quoted In thA. Cranmon-wealth parliament statlsftds allowing tbat the -wholesale i-arCes for butter In The World's Gladsome Festival .Hbpe'eilteira life' and as It enters,: despair makes its retreatv -a ? ^ faced nothing bilt ,IC ASTER-wfcat a "world of hopei 'Ei in one word. EJa;a/ iIfe\ot sacriflce,^ h^^ with i fi||!ai)e sigaiflcance of  Its. �sxi*laiorj' : the crndlfiidon w'aa as ndthfiag' :^4>ftai3�here be�n no resurrection, , . j.Tlie resurreotion means an ndan^ during .the prrecedlng quartet, were somo 17s, to 2Ss. per owt, cheajK!' than those rates in Melbourne,; while the Sydney labm- coupcil,, on; September. 1, 1912. carried, ' by B8 votes to 43, a, resolution demanding that, "In vl^w of th� ureasnt exorbl-: tant prices' 6f meat,* wheat, potatoeSi onions and Jbuttarit^ie import duties on s. ch' 'oojmmoditles should be st. .ono�i removed." A recent report Ivyv the .C(munotcweaIt]i^j�taitlstician showsi that Tents,, also, ha^ gone up In AuV^J trails to such an extent that in Ade-^ lalde, house rent is 77 per cent, high'*^ er today than It wa^ ten years agoi, ' "?Ph6 New^' 2ea]and Cost of Livings Commission Ukswise reported at ths end ot. August, 1913, that the cost o{ food amounted .to 85 per cent, of the iWQrkera* total expenditure, and that the coat.o/'foodsttiffs had risen muc;h more thaii'tiio; avertlge level ot prices.' The cominli&ion. also favored Tfie abolition of all? dtitlH? on foodstuffs and the necessaries of life. Evidently, therefore, remarlts the Londoo journal, It has been the lot of eaoh of the foii^ great sejf-govern-Ing dominions to/learn by sad experience that it Is ihe" consumer, and not; the foreigner who pays the tax., .y/-- oUr point of view Easter. The world's Joyful day. Put on yoUr :glad :new Jjonnet "with a flower garden on It Ladles win �pleaser remove tbeir hats In church tomorrow. What! good,______---------- . - f "The- maai,r. D*,;orginhsaUpn,'-.-.whlSh attempts ta'destroy f^th in the reeur-Iraleeaman above the brute, and ^netlon Is- a murderer ot hope afid �'t6 him to the level(Oti;the |Jrestor, joy, a moral Miasma. n.-i^rf Spring's resurrection Is. somewhat, delayed but it Is coming. , Brace yourself, old chap, .for a month of red hot-election dopesThe contest Is on,  Jh'r . All will be^glAd 'to see tU^^ihayor home again. Things have been, quiet and the city haii staff lonesome. ......r Ml ��.....�::rj.::-"i t ; ; Motefti old ttathmant iflChOlarB vsay the idestruetiofl of So|lpm ."jiras prob^ ably brpught about byiVastiTp^troleum" beds jTifhich existed '�in-^tife^ai^litiot bad";hefter look out. i / , "'.^^'.'..r/ jl^r." � -....... l^^iKila not much room for cpmi plainj^" aibout the �groylnoial re dlstrlbiiuon after.alhv;" ' �------'^-^ of th.e Tory papeira'iil" jConservatlve can? 3o}�b'e elected, so A Mendacious, Campaign 'OS'i-Ti^- out^ndiy^^tei^/'i^onB?'^-^'^ "S^s ; , - 3 ,, mier Sifton was ar iS^uros,' of t�ePclosing session of the afa^lilhat .the iSPoryjreas; deliberately essed .nearly all ihe news of 'the atureifA^^Is; Was le^^ i^d exception,ah.the Jpapemrare: owned by'M'Onta^^ _^5,aad;;hiwhaitone;de83:-the"; Other M suit Instead of informing fubUo aboutv thtspprogresslvi leg-j?nedi5|In?thei,hojjae; In the �T,i^.-.i;;;OTd\fOf::::th^ nrv-*!ries published tiom^monton wei-e of the same character. There was a pre-medltated^lot to try and divert public, attention-from: the splendid legis-latfoofijia'n? Iiassed by the house by the pubHshfng 'of stories conceived in the brain'/of some amateur 'who wasn't even a good liar. ^omNJu'ijerusai 'efesreSifcl; tfa Standard Securitfe^ u>, JReal Estati^ and Investments Owners of Mprniiigsi^e Suite 11M15 Sherlock feidg; P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 British Columbia / ener and Co. must be really under^ deep obligation to the governments, for carving the country up so nicely^ The- Calgary. jHerald which only^^^iilgade. ; ;Dr; Stfwart, M-P-P., la an enemy/^^' 'I�thihTid'g!e./>^That Is'-iiw .his orgMiJ describes ;,'liImis^':The Herald doe^^'Jt(j 'saysO.i', Hf9.+oi!te6n ,1ioeB.--'Kie org^ grindsvpntva.dlsmalj'tune about; t^ passing' of-the -Machinery, bill beingj a direct,slap at; Lethbridge, - .an^ mIi* .hard one^.at that j.Dr, Stewart suit-'' tported the-machinery bill cer-^-'tainly was^ mo![t^_;]-cprehenslble' onVl�1sjsuchX'a'i :fashlon. Ar^flyiJ^of course,-fromIthe'-prepilaes eetobllshed by Dr. St*!S^" ,art's-,organ.>'j^^s.,__ , ia-nf?lA(1. would' SEEEEING to sustain the position 5 of Dr.'Stewart -with regard ^. the'change^In,the � boundaries the| electorai xdlv^slott ^ ofs^^.^^^L^ ' \^�lhe-locgifKip'posltlon organ (;Min. In^;aT?ry'^b'aA light in his to ,the'miners who will, ac-JtoViihe r yedlstribtttlon ij Scheme; .-^jwedJamongsto^hei-eleotors of ijbVrdge. It is pointed-out that 3.belittled' in any '.way )'* ad^ng:, to, its electoral area. .ii>ive|8hbuld isay, i the enlarge-adds''to 'Its importance and em-^ jes'th'e position which the city jrroud to claim for itself a^ the |sl,4G^t;y.,. It Is nothing but fitting at4lhe:,.mostir Important of the in-.^rie's ,?hich has tended to make hbHdge what it is should be llnk- A Slur on the Miners. Sd to Ijjand coveredjs under one representation. But \ Doctor - Stewart an4'M8?organ think otherwise. And inftsd ' tf^^ they are administering ^iimdesorvQd slur-ion the miners;: W'ThO' miners 'who contribute so much 'to, ttifVesJth'^dfiLeihbiftdgeare;^^^^^ 'it cbroes'-fo tylpg "their pollUdai fot-tnaes^t^th-Iietbbrldge,, regarded las ,:ttndo8ij�hJ:jr5ijr5l�y>'^^s>tore^ ivbrln^ng (their .intelligence to >b^i: ^n 'voting; for "aipaifilmMtar^ redij|Clng\1he city: 6^^ Lethbrldge^ hi o village;proportions! Let the electors? to-be ^dIgest these facts, and at the same.' time let them Tcmember that the Sifton :.govenunent in the scheme Bphej:effiofi;l4ethbrIdg& has-'done .^so in tlie/itieBtilnterestBi of ;the/ci^ mining, communities: Let them also remember'that'to the sanie government they are indebted fOr the cpn-veiUencc[ of bi-monthly paymentsrM for.-'the ^v^dependent.v inspection o mines. Measures which poiint to the provident action ot authorities who have leglBjated as much for the mining as for the agricultural industry. There Istfi ,!Who. were-. 8o|ne vsspped--, artists.; The way they" scorched the / pavements was a scandal, i Oneflne Sunday, having a* hunch that: the blue laws were not on,,they.turned on the Joy juice, and' the^oifeed^ arUsts were happy. Not so the eagle eyed cops. With theiySllJtle tickers, they did the',trIck.'.,'Th^l speed bugs walfc^ ed ihe p^k'/tSe/nexf day, and produced three Vwiek "and two bits each" to satisfy the man on the i^jox. It was a> sore touch,' and the cadi took the cush. V ^ , ' ,  � 4> If that mayot of � oursi sgets -too friendly with the manufacturers'" down east, the first thing vfe know one ot them will' be grabbing (hiiq off as a press agent Booajjng for-Lethbridge is great practice. -  There's soane talk ^pnder ^what-a pure'food: liir ispecto^-^^ould hS^featpbasayl^bout it?^ fit; aeenifef'^bout /tl'hJg'.'lher^tty dacfs were waking up'that there'is soaj'e--thing else besides p^re-watft to keep^ the citizens out 'otiUi'e'hospital., ;A^ pure food In^jpeetor-:would: have ;V; merry time ot it In this* old burg JUT, itUxned loose lor .ti^cpuple' of 'weelU:?? ,,�, ......... .*,, ,.;,,.>,-,.,,l,,. : Politics Is a great�game;:'as, Hen^' nessy says. Right,;Honorable R,'!;: B. begins to thlhk ' lUcewlse. BgJb thinks he nmde ;fthe',inolBtakV life virhen he hookedsjjp" with the thg infiUShc^ ofi ta?flf^^on"the cost of living. The PnioniBi^^S�ErtyJt.!�>nBre�� at Johannes- L^^ratB .'wlten the' high' costc '''^'^e'-riewB.ot a Ii>n-hedsln the "Wlnnl- itexestiug: .......i^'.^'i.. _dons there Is lia^MiiieBtKol' "-"^'''.e'ioyst of girlfter.. ,^j^tt|izecl;. I . � - ^ -1 vinces there over:,l?6 " � Branches df tt,e T^nion Bank of Xianada-aii'd the Head Officers iiow'm Winnipeg. This means an exceptional\- ^, banking. serdpeilFOTrthe -Western- business m^n,^pBi^9J0l earns and'handles money. , If live far from town, bank with tis by Mail, _^ It'isfiojwenieot^nd very satisfactory. ' ' . i G. R, TlNNINQiftMiSHMW - ' A. B, KING, Aotg 'Ma,ijag�n A. He wishes they .were, all ball players, and he was the rmanager. But they're, playing A dltterent: game. Sometimes, ball players are ordered to play deep. Ther Natlonallkta must be playing the Old- army game, "for- they're too deep| for -Manaeer Borden. � �   *  -�Fromvthe. bench the wily 1 manager: sees: his. only game Is to hit But the- litUe. Nationals lie down, on hiin;. They srefuse to hit, and hanged. It:,��they'll-run. They're In the. seat-" -vvarmei;,class. But the Reds.are after tb'em. The Blues' defence'is punphed fUll:Ot hOleSi = \ ^ - --.-:^.:.- ' '  There is Just one"^little^:trlck�play Manager Borden would' like fto $uU oft. ; He would: Uke /tojSTVltch tactics.. Insteadsof trying-to>,b^at'.'o,ut.a bunt,; he would like to hit and run and pull off: a couple of^ double ','steals. He would lik6*'Wi'nnlpeg::Bob" to push out a homer., ,Ohi ihcxw he Tvould be' tickled if he: could; only announce' 'hi&t.Ganadlan ,btot'':nav3^' '18'" the; :only:'%iinibh pure' 'niugnllion; � He'si wanted -'tb' -dO' It all along,- fiut the; holdout .Nationals have � tramped on; hls^ pet scorns'uhtll he can't � 'break; away. 'It's hard. Bob, but It's honest.' * * *  �Meanwhile � Manager Sir 'Wllf. has' his Reda goln^- tdi4t like" demons. They have a :8tTanfele''hold on", the; champlonship.i'rag; and,:lf the presenti warm :weather:on Parliament" Hill; holds out;' thei' bid; boys -will' forge ahead. -It's a great-game-thls politics,' Two men>wanted to build a house; Both had a good' line of credit. One borrowed the 'money and ^built his house; -The other was: afraid to take the chance;..and lived:,in,a rented'; house all hls;llfe.; .In a:tew years the first man had .'his house, and had it, all paid for, while: the second" : was scratching, to meet" the, rent collector at the:,front;"doer:'With :. his :little: monthly subscription .at the. first'of: each month, : The first was Sir Wilfrid: Laurler with his Canadian built navy; the second jWas R; L. Bord?n and: his iflaUonallst, satellities >w : their: little roll of borrowed money to ;hand over :t " ^ - v / ' Pasture fenced -Hog Tight. ' ; , ExcepUonaUy; easy,to irrigate, . It takes ^ater from the Uortfi, south and-west.  * ' Three dry .farms to rent. �;:� ^,:.,v:v-:..:^.^.,..:�./�., , 1*AftM't'and� :.l Stafford bloqk FARM LOANS ,^ETHBhlDaE^,: if LETHBRIDQE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH i burg.Jai|"�Nciiveniber dropped the Ja-meSpnlnn/resolu^on .about preference. j^:eini|S^dled. their policy In the fol- . i'Th^^ �UnlpnlBt- party Is' opposed to t^e.'fecqmmendatlQns of, tl^e majority'-(rpjipirt/ot. the'^'industrie^ commls--*-i,4wbioli'�wpuld> tend' to' Increase ^^f;:ii^,____,_'__i,::^,^2.^^^m^^^i^^m"^ BRITISH CANADIAN TRVSI^ ft . . CbWybeare Block, Lethbrldfle, Alberta.' ViT C.K.P.C.a...~,..^^C P.C.U L. *-i'. a)- ^..r . ^ ^ H_ I I........I" " "-^J > HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES* LODGE YOUR ^�,i^', Wills, Title Deeds^ Mortgages, Insurancjjc�m^e,9,; or other valuables in one of these b"^*�^"^' ^ ' ' i Wfw^twnEK mvovffAxio^ Ap^yii^^tm Lethbridae Branch -' - C G. Kj No|i Funepal.''-.Qo^entatl6n^r:-,,irr>' (New Imposltlon:'.de8e"fVes the support 'of '�yery Intelligentimau; :":,.;;: ,L..,:,..... -,,. , ......,.*....,. Wliere.Mpti.nlBtitI ShInOs {M'ontr^^l.fH;erald) ".'John Bull cdn' still :teach the boys �w^ho have ..left-"rjjome a few things, ieven; In::the:.bus|neBs i'ln which tli6 b'oys .pride themsblVes. The Canadian rwlieait grower li'lucllhed to ,be puffed iiipiiiover his: l^rge':.i?''roduotlOn pen scroi compared wfth that'Of his neighbor .:tO!5^the southi^of;^-^e : ilnternatlonat ,,^mindary: :� ;She'"v^h^at :grower^0 pK41t,6d Kln�(doal la-still, however, ;-W'IU^�iaheadvof4he>ool:onlal,rengftg^ :;|hj>mine,:buslMssv;,-vi|6$^ lare^kYdeVoted'to 'wl^e^t^raising/lii. .the :Jp|ltet^,KIngd'o]En;,;4lc^^ .^mtiJn ^AUft^rftUa I?;/and In ipdla |�, ^,'''4,.....,,.......... ThV Ottawa Situation '(�VVinnlpeg Tribune) ' �W, AV Buchanan, M. P., from the 'si^atlph:'B ,(g'^tayaf,reiitIndsjm|.ot - a "Hto^l^Jur'hiuril'ia^n^ r stoVy^ot�%H{ig^ isdv'''love*^~tBPTOlflt�^^^^ ' _ "aS'-dJ �^ei'l'^Vening'V^li , "sat .on. his knee remark- much ' . Jmai~4^^^^^^*-tlreA to have -yoh ^fioVey �f tliif ^^e?"  � -.WdjiWnot 'tlV^a.L-StH.'WB, �red 'abS#iaiAho�ab''bapk,v-Wt'' ^^4on't;: Spnng Seed-Foy:Sal^i^-' --- nilII'111 I |ii.........slCM'\''t'' and'Asture a Good Crop , ,/ Good Seed; . � ! 4.000.^BU8HEL8.8EED''" the >^ushel^�Qoye^nment > .germmayon, test, fle%'In 7""da3rB. t ' %h60 BUSHglfs SEED 'BARLEY-99% In 4 days.' , , i'/-'"300d.BU8'HeLs''''8EED pOTATOE8,'-(Jreen Wopntailnf. Wly.'Oiilo, I oetb*^ sorted and graded. , -i .^1"/ " . ,j ' "'"'''Book yoiirordeVNOiVK and sepursA'^^^^^ ;