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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta - THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALIjj Monday, Maich 24,1913^ LE1PHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DBCEMBKn 1W7 Fubllth�d by thit Lcthbrldga Herald Pfiblishtno Co., Ltd., svary IcwtM vantng at Its office, Sixth Street,^ Lathbrldoe. Albarta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Oli^etor T. W. ?^U''Afiln.' ^'"^ ClaraaHolm^. K H.lnecl,. M�Ieod^Toun, ft Co.; K. W. Dlamond^pity^Umoau C;ty Taber-Weatlake Bro* "iHs-ftS^'fe^*" * ^""^ ^ cSfSa^*"'*' ^"'^ * Bpokane^Tfae Jamleaon New. compuiy. . Co.. 7�IUver�Id9 Avenue. Fernle, B. C-Percy Beat Aiao on all C.P.R. tralna THE WEEKLY HERALD Fubllahed every Wednesday In ,�arht _oT^re^P��e8, Jf*  summary ol tbe news of the ^reak, local and aistnci 1 year Im advance .........jl., 3 months in advaaoa i t months in advasee .v ,^|,4viiicesra desire on their part todo .!JV-�li; in :their power to see that their ^ ^ ^iustomers are assured of obtaining from^^'t-the'm an article -which dan be aa far as the, warranty of gov- ernm&it inspecUott can make It. The city council would do well to adopt the. recpmmendation made of prohibiting the' indiscriminate hawking of meat la the city. Meanwhile the public haVe a remedy In their hands'for^th^ir protection by setting their faces against making purchases Of ; this, description. Farmers them-selyes ;Who have meat to dispose of will find the abattoir a utility which enHrdyj meetS; with their conven-lenoe.' - ; . s'/T'd ..those who have been instru-mentaljln bringing about, the institii-tlon ot= the common slaughter-house, an^ BO helping to tide over a stat� of;-tii'inits'whlch threatened to be de-Jrlmeh^l'to the commercial Interests |hiefcfty.and;dlstrict, the r^ople of t|�g}v;8ofith' country owe a debt of ^ilfltiii is-Ia ctsmlng, "s� they have dop^^^ to/thets.  ;^'.'The lml)erial navy -must be a Hv-iKgreallty to them to which they contributed, ndt merely mouey, but anen. EWro was more value in the lives of their men than in the life of a ship. The dominions must have the opportunity of doing, their duty towards the personnel of the fleet and mann-iBg the Empire's ships at sea. They ttiust be prepared to help, not only .tihe Imperial fleet with material, but they must have an Interest in the Operations of the fleet itself." Rob Pete to Pay' Paul (HABiiilton Herald)- \ Possibly $i5,00. is not ^too much rent for the city .to charge for the city hall .basement,; But.-;lt 's too much i for the civic electrtcaf department to' pay. �  / �� � ; Buya de Canaberra (Ottawa.Free Press)  "Canberra'' 'isr the>' name given to the new capital -of' the ' Australian Commonwealth. Sounds as though they had picked it up. in the Italian quarter. No,' the name .wili.not affect adversely the safe of real estate subdivisions. ,  against the men who are likely-oppose them. to "Just ppra Joke Some Ad .Writer ; ''Is he a clever ad writer?" ''Very. His average Is sis adjectives to a sentence." A Smootii Manager ''I don't know how no refuse a girl erhployment. I hate to send 'em away feeling downcast." � "I always send 'em away smiling. Tell "efn frankly they're so good looking they might disturb the office work."-LiOulsvllle Courier-Journal. Jogging Sproule's Mind. � (Ottawa Free Press) The "Canadian Liberals are avaUing themselves of the things in the British form of constitutional: and representative government thftt conlBels' the consulting of the people on maU ters of iniportaHt,-policy, ..It." is -.no; more farcical for them now. to talk? all day and all night In order to-p.re-vent the government carrying tliTOugh a measure which they regard as a menace to imperial unity, than it was for Mr. Sproule, the present. Speaker, In 1896..to put .tp .different school readers '^on to' Hansard 'witli ^'annoia-tlons  by himself on the methods, of teaching the alphabet! Sisterly Tie "Our new cook claims to be a col lege girl." "In that case I must interview her sit once," declared the daughtor of the ho'use; "We'll be in -clover if she b&longs to my sorority."-rLoulsviile Courier-Journal: For Rent - N. E'.^M 15-9-21,-iive miles %: Letli"-bridge Depot; two and one-half miles .nOrtb Proviiioial jail about lOO acres in tame gl'a^s' and pasture. " Pasture fenced Hog Tight'. ' ' . Exceptionally easy to Irrigate. It takes w^tei' from the nortb, Bouth arid west  Three dry farms to rent' O. T. Lathrbp FARM LANDS lETH BRIDGE, FARM. LOANS " STAFFORD BLOCK A1.6ERYA Ivf, 1 What the New Arm'of Warfare Means n-i- "- ' .�� ; ij^^ibh, both:ln"n^ destruction, rival those in the hands � N THE PHESBNT STAGE of dis-X cussion over the naval policy of the liomlnlon, the statement made f^v^jn^iEevBWtish House of, CominotiB by ^ fiSH^iSeprtftaryJof State iot- "War is ex^ t^'i IbgpiJOMlly. inierestfhi^^^^^^ Our pur-|5JBseS?'^aid (Colonel Seely, "the great ,, problem has been to secure an aero-. pine? am low and ^ ^^gh; aifeed. iThe British army now *,r-� (jhair-itfaohlftes whlOh have beaten 'Q'l'^^^j^^i^'^r^'^Qyxif and' which 'are . ^le|lo,i^educe: thejT speeds to forty' .^-11^68: an, iihour. An army biplane |piiflsed,:yesterday/ all- the tests at' an-;av^ge, speed of ninety-one .and one-. 5'?'''^f',JmU'88 an lionr. I take'pleasure J ^?n, announcing "further that the me-Kr. ''i^hanical problem.of repelling attacks .;pn.,;alr craft has been solved by ex-:|^ej'jnients earrWd'out by the'snny." 5'/'5^?.ir?9'^*^ nations of Europe ' p'resen't are concentrated towards t, , ,iaeveloping ^ formidable.array of aer- ol any opntlnsntar nation. As a fighting" force .the British navy still holds, as-it has -'always held, the premier position.* With the supplementary air fleet its posltipn, accordingly, is a parhQalariy: strong one. j^^So far/therefore. It is evident that preat Britain has all the material neceps^ry fp"" concentration; *of ppv^ar. .in this vicinity of the British l8}e|. T^ wontributing of money for thB'.pdditlon" of three dreadnoughts looks; conseflueotly, uncommonly like sen'dls^^^Jcoals to Newcastle. It would appear the course of wisdom that the outlying; portions of the Enipire should make endeavors to prevent the � detachment of ships for guarding their shores and trade routes in time of war, and so weakening the central arm, In providing for their own defence they .would be helping to relieve Great Britain and help out the'-working of her present naval policy, � This isT the view which has appealed to Australia, and one which it is equally lifcumbent on Canada to these, I adopt Expensive; But'Salutary (Spokfesman. Review) ^few York 'finds It ^exceedingly expensive to keep Harry Thaw In the insane asylum, cdput.. tlje .� Imprisonment ot this moral;-degenerate Is a lesson to v^eaUliy youngsters that they can not ralways. defy"'the law and the principles bfii'lglite'ous living with. Impunltyr- " � Th.e'PlalnMssue' , (-Winnipeg FreePresS) As thjngp'Btahd; the, question be. fore the country'is plain.".. The issue is between the'3orden'po]j'c^ of abandonment of tto. Caoajian^'navy idea in favor ot .cash^contributions, and the Liberal polloy;^f6f;Vhiich.'4l'r. Bob den and every member-o^ his party in parliament voted fqur;yeara ago, that; Canada^ should jjTOvlde hei-self with a Dominion' navy, as" the other Dominions are dbingr. '^ , '- Away Off . " Mrs. Hoyle-Are they In our set? -Mrs. Doyle-^No; they are not even Itt^ur. parcel post zope^r-nTjjwB Top-, 'T-� �- - - -The Trijth" ..... Doctor-^Why don't you'settle your biU-? You said when I was treating you that you could never repay me for my efforts. -Har^uppe-I meant it doctor.-Boston Iranscript Grdater Capacity i'What:do you mean 'by getting drunk when I send you out with a prospective cust^i^mer?" asked the merchant. .. U7fleet unit of Its own, has been Jgnored Ay Conservative debaters. . .-i.."; ' On Tuesday Sir GeorgevKeid; the Australian statesman,- told ithe Royal Colonial Institute in, London! -that' a policy of direct .sash ,contrlbu,tlon: and centralization could:.nbyej.';b'e;'a success, no matter how �i.pOnUlar. "it was with the Imperial,p^ror^rtorsi Yesterday New Zealand ;;Vfaa.vhcaTd from. The Minister of...Defence; v,Of that colony, speaking also/in*;IiondOn,-intimated that New Zealand's'"pjiresi ent policy of direct cash ."-oontTibh-tions was not satisfactory bpimon that they will playian im-Sjorfafat part in future warfare. Great fj}n\&ia li.w already ,a yagjiuaadvani ^^g'e- In the possu^lf^ wt\liloytl-George's Legislation ..S^te an Example �WSsSB-. _ ,. , _ impiit," '6 the best way for the great self-governing dominicnis of 'ttiejenipire to-make theiy qpij|ributions. But, sir, from a cdnstituMjjat'qnfi political standpqint I am opposed lo,it. for many Tdasons^ixidHe first place I/do net believe th&t ft'would endure^. In;ili^?b^na place, it would be a source of friction. It would becoM&a-dEipife of partisan contention. It would be subject to crilioisflftfa'sJioJ^tJie character and the STOicnilit Of the contribution in both p^Ha^sients. It would notvbe permanent or continuous. Jt would.cpja|l'iiice�'She passed-right by the ice ci-eam and cake counter-and took a boiled dinner -for h'^i- -lUnch."-Detroit Free Press.; �� ' ' '�' 'The dritio My. father'says the paper' that he reads ain'J; put up right He fli^ds. a lot of fauU, be does, per- usln' It at^'nijiht^; He says there ain't a Single thing In It worth while'.td:read,~' ' And that It doesn't print the-kind of stuff the- people need.' -He tose�s It^li^e ^d-saya it's strictly "on the t)'mn''-_, , . ' But you ought -to".heaiv him holler when th^ paper doesn't'come,  He reads abpujt the; yfeddiu's and 'ho snorts like all git out; . > He reads th?. soisjal Joio's 'VKith a most derisive .nhout; He says they y ,|t;;,and buy iiiprfe,;-'an^^^ .what a down-right bully Stnoke It is-trWe �tlie,;,men 'who, otiglit^;''to'*'geit'.th&;fg^^ benefit from this jji.ooo. ', ' Iti making up "Flor de' Glaro'', our  cigar-makers roll an alumimtm 7�r^ -into . some of the cigars.. Some tags at(i stamped � "25C."^others ''^25^'r [-iu^vvpi^Mx^'aiii-l VFlbr de Claro'', there is at JeSst GN;^,2Sc;' tags which your, cigar.J^ian lyill ied|^ fof -825. ia cash. - , , ' . > u-v'j-^' . "Flor de Clarp? learned about Havaria tobaccos and Havan^ Get a quarter's iW'ofth'af^4'a*'^'S'{f^^9iil^ ') cigar-making - abotit -blen4iflg certain allandmorelhan'wehaVe^^d'^tfulcbfelislvo '" tlthoughr out^te^ed b^ti^^i^ver olij^ by ourselves. It's a blend'^you can get yo�rpurchase.'iButwhethef or ngt^j^ott wlil- only in '.Flor de.Glaro!!-rra'blend to pledge ' a cash prize, you'll get.a'prizeiiavplcaij^tti'^' the-popular taste-%very ijiaa's cigar,! "' ' '"" J. BRUCE PAYNE UiyilTCD, : ^ The Cigar that pleases the popular fancy 20 years skill and study are in every "Flor de Claro'' Cigar: -- ' All that we have 'with every "Flor de Clarp'',. ;