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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD _- Tuesday, M arcb^ 215,1913 HERALD BSTABLISHED DECEMMR Iflff Js|�ubll�hed by the Lethbrldflo Herald Publlahlrto Co., Utf., every ItwtuC sivenlna at lt� offiee, Sixth Street, Lethbrldoe, Alberta,'Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONB: 'i Editorial, TL ' Rsportorlal ' And New* I Dapartment >, i 12 2 4 Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Manaalng Editor . JOHN TORRANCB Bualnesa Manager PHONEi . Advertlelng Circulation ' And Job -D�partmentt 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RAT&S I rear, delivered ....... $4.00 1 rur> by malt ....^....v U.0O t monUis, delivered..... M.OO - - t rt S months, delivered, �1.00 � months, by mall...... �1.50 1 month, delivered 3Bc 1 month, hy mail...... 2Se. Addrtaaes cbanxed aa often aia desired, but both new and old addresses must be g^iven. ---r-., THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT - Lethbrldoe-Red Cross Drur A Medlelna Hat--CU M. Northam. f^rl^LL * rv??*5i^^� Cranbrook, B. C^BeatU. and * Co.j Jaclraon & Co.; Alex- Atchlnscoi. JgS? K^i^ 4 aSIS:' ^ CUre,holm-0. I. Helneck. �.clio*-T�ttn� * C..- �. W. "W-J^^l^r-Dlamond City T.b.r-^e.tlak. Broa, "^^^"sS^Srr * ""'^ VompMiy. . , Co.. TOS Riverside Avenue, Fernla, B. C.-Perogr BeaL Alw on all C.p.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD-...... PabUshad avery Wednesday in ateht ormWS Wi���t "Pli??*^"" " SSmsiarr of the news orOia woek; lo(�l and district 1 yaarla idvaaoa.........�l-> . � montha'ln �dv�ino� ...... Mc g months In �dTBace..,�.^...Tjo. pause to evea the most ardent ot tbose y^io believe iVi protection, ns the panacea tor all influstrial lUa. Amongst other things ttre read that In each household one room serves as a kitchen .while All others are 'sleeping rooms. The kitchen is also a diulng-room, living-room, waah-room, laua- 'dry and In f, some cases a sleeping-room, Ot tiie children enrolled ; in the schools one-sixth are suffering from mainulTiUpn. It wouldibe aithoultto paint a hlactk-er picture, antj yet these things ought not to, be it xprotefitlon has ail thc merit its aunporters'claim for it. -Obming to the Electors;. With; Confidence has tij?,advantage over that In this proviBcejpl^ripiiing through a more thickly Populated area. And yet withal, it Is iMnibla to pay ajiy interest on the ihvfflitinent. Half a million dol-lirs.is the.profit made over expend-iface. greatly prized' -in' 'i^.diSr^tC^^sUy agrloul^ura>'' , andil�^{ffl^tS^- chllcft�tt-fe^^^ "i; ifor?ma|i^:ibsel ifltethe Schodlsy whlcS I'Pf^ibeeji^^sof-lIbeF^ thrdg^hpjat;thVopW)vJnce. V  ^.-Vv � �f^fe5|pt�v?e^nslpfr'^of-^i^^ ^?%^*'-fiej^'tpSston ot the - tele?; pHp|i|^^iWsm|r::Sdd^^ its: >� V**?5#^r^2HS^S;trom-.'l80latlon' H > iBiT^jaji-?jpmot/i;an^^^^ die-- Y^^ot||i�r^esp/5.two ^grejft utlUtles com- i^pJtpnlUM/^w.^th' of 'the whole prov- ' -Whal Is more, the t^epfione system ; 5nH^~*^;3tt�,1^eat':�xt�nBlon^, has !beett' rovince. The company is not withdrawing from the most profitable market'^ on i the continent just because the , legislature passed a bill calling for' reasonable agree-' ments ot sale. The . opposition in. the legislature had three distinct policies on the tax^ atlon of railways, Leader Wichener had one of hia own and Doctor Stewart had none at all, and now wo have the picturesque sight of. Mr. Michener making public speeches say-, ing that the Conservative party is thto friend of. the people because of the taxaUon of railways policy., Will Mr. Michener object to telling the peo-: pie which one ot the policies submitted in the legislature the party approves of?. Is it Mr. Mlchener's. Mr. Riley's, Mr." Stewart's or Mr. Tweed-ie's? The country has a right to �know. � ' No -Walking for Him "What, walk In life has your son adopted?" : "No walk at all; he's in the auto bfaslness."-^Baltimore American. ' Not .a- Complaint There is a good deal of complaint because people don't walk more, but it doesn't come from the head ot a large family 'with shoes to buy.-^At^ chison Globe. In the nomination today of Mr. Jas.-MoNaughton, the xjiberals . of Little Bow have not only mamed a man who will carry the. riding but iave a candidate who will,not-Jong stay on the back benches, AhcHerald predicts that it will not.be .very long until Mr. McNaughton occupies a soat on the treasury benches*- He has the brains to fill the Job;.  The action of the International Harvester company In calling for ten- The irrepressible William George Hunt of Calgary is again on the stump with his church friend, the Rev. Mr. Michener. He makes speeches and is heralded by the Conservative prea^ as still a Liberal, but one .who Is against his party. Mr. ,Hunt should remember that men are -known by the company they keep iind also � that figs are not gathered oft thorns, noV' grapes off thistles. Mr. Hunt makes much of the temperance issue. 'The Sltton ' government isn't temperance enough for him and yet he lB>pleased= to line up with  a provincial party whose president is.or was, a whiskey pedlar at Banff, and whose-treasurer' Is a wholesale booze dispenser {(t Oali gary. With these men and 'others! like the redoubtable Tommy Twe"edie Mr. Hunt would soon maLvis Albertai a regular paradise for temperance people,  �;. Willing to Let Her Vote ^'Doe3 your'wile want the vote?" "No; she wants a larger Wwn house, a villa on the sea coast and a new limousine car every six months. I'll be pleased most to death if she could fix her attention on a small matter like the vqte."-Washington Star. Reconcilable The Duke de Roquelauro was told chat two ladles Pt the court had a quarrel'and had "cast all kinds ot invectives at each other. 'Did they call each other homely?" asked the duke, "No, my lord!" v.'.'AU right; then I wjll see that they become reconciled."-^iJfe. donJt.know of .any- more rapid railway" construction anywhere," said the Bptaker,"than has been done by ty N. .R.; and the'G. T.' P." under the govemmerit railway policy. You linders^nd that when this policy was jteolded upon; the only railway com-; ^flBlfes- t>e,^ government could deal Jwipwjpje the'Cftnadian J*!6rlhern -and "*Lfl;i^�nd'^ Trunk Pacific; The main -yii^fS^tiieae roads orosssd.the pro-f^OT'lfothe north, and it was,,there-r^.^i|c�i8ary for them'to build from ihalri^ljrthj before they could do any JjlBl^ding^inthe south; .The building of pese, lines to the. south has been ob-struoted aa they approached Calgary, ssnd owing to this obstruction they' have, not iyet reached Uiat city. For t^is reason, constraction to: the south has not been as-rapid as we would have Uke'di':hutsJ have_ been informed bj-an officer of'the Canadian North-,ern'^hat;ljpw that iinc to Msclbpd''5thl�sunHnW without fall, and then^ the construction contemplated for" Ih'p- aoi$h will be carried on 5dtth(%t'.fuHiegdelay.'' ' SThesfl.are:^merely one or't*o otthe' salient'teatures' of a wise .^dininis-f tratlon -Which; taken with dth�5? mqasi' ures of .oonsiructive policy- apid rem-ed^ia^.legislation, are sufficient v'to endorse' iUiei"-'i';.||lbnaail. a&il that Is that the proposal |i^Lw�vo6iisolldiitft' the debenture Issues, kif Inaidh'g.oiiiy; one Issne'to cover all ,tivlitt��it for each year, cannot be laftLtinto effect too quickly. The ,^,.^entI:,meijAod ofrhandlifig^deben-.tarwlaldiTldedi8BU�B ot a few thous^ iiiiRdi��oiiiiU.not'oondu^^ to the besf ^JbiUl!:%h�& the in are put o,n tKe D^a^et�;anci8honld 'be abandoned. |llib*f�;l� another thing. The coun-Voulft-be wis* to- daolde to retain qerfkes of a.uch a man as Mr. .jei'ipt Toronto, expert on the leg-Ityiiof bonds. Had not the Secre-lasurer been able to insist on kwii::'b(|iheT�xamlaad before the rtjTrere.UssaedC'foi^^^^^ local "pt ithe;�ist8ke would pro-leenyfioujiced' upon -by the Excee|ded^S^e^ti Limit Michel �epp|Aey>- "viWp, dottf care to mention it,'.Ajufr^-Weji^i^tljat one of the ''actors,satfttbpibfknqu&til,the otheir night,/3a:te;y�^''^m'u!^" .th^^'lhe pres-sure.-',.of^hlsiWist':fEla hiJs w'attii;- : "f y-r^T--' � Pinchpr CiePSi-.H^hfQ'r/^^hole fort-nigbt; has, pasSejIf'^^ ^Revolutionary BonflrP. Seon^t^^^^ogde a- single bad break -.pojsinjftifl^fctawa. Bob Rogers must ">j^a^e"^i'l]^t(hSs pretty thoroughly 8queMjliBd.-ft^T J rt^^ What IVllchfn'er'8houltl Consider Red-Deer A,'dvocafe*;';;Mr. Michener may outrage alj^sem^spf "proportion in saying that ''eMiMcm^fi.is.iJpis'' have been Spent lp.'>A.^:^^lsk^;.. jltlgation. If he jWantS- some �fialfer'^'es^t'lmate Of "enormous surjis)^ ^fie; caii'-fla'd it in tB'B serious ibsBS^-Hfcffti ,wes-t\have suttpr^^ji^ o|M cau^e;.Mr. M|ptf8n%f:";a^^' \'atiye8 blocke|^h| ::^di ing, to the benefit of eveiy line of; business in.jiie^c^p^intry.,^^ Farmers will � Remember > Plncher CreelciEcho: Farmers who, have been ottered sixteen ,'p? the plQture t?rii[ph-i";:xeJi..'iV'. Pf^htaUy .'drajirn; :-fra'gehpaj-M^8 ar.p, : " Pasture-"fenced Hog Tight; . Bxoeptlonally easy to Irrigate. It takes water from the- BortJj,-south and west. _ , ^ yhree dry-farms to rent, T'"'"''i i 0. T. Lathrbp iFARM LANDS FARM U0AN8 UETHBRldGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA ^^IRrCHARUES TUPPER'SrWARNING "lljO "^Rj BO||DEIlJ '*I am slad fo'-learp that you have resolved to .maintain:' tfievpatriotlo at. titude of the. Conservative party assumed last seBSionr A'tew .years ago, when yapada was "struggling to open up for .Brltftlisettletaent'the great-granary..-6f .the' worl^ a few gentlemen here raised'the-qapatloir-pf e, Can-adlan contribution 'to the Imperial navy. I joined lSBur'7rith"them' and was sustained'by the press and public opinion; *    Thp demand jirWoh will soon bp made.by-^some that Canada should contributetto' the''Imperial navy In proportion to population, I rpgard as preposterous 80d^.angerous. Iread wUli pleasure the resolntipn passed unanimbuslyr by. the House of commons which*pledge?.Parliament to proceed vigorously vdtlt'thV,construo-tlon of .the paaadlan .navy and to support England in'every-emergency, *\* * I cannot understand the demand for Dreadnaug^hts in tDe'^fao* of the fact that tbo Admiralty and the British government bav^ ^determined thfit It "was not the hesti-tnode of maintaining the seourity; pf -the ilmpire and arrdnged, il^Ith /Canl^da.'and Australia (the latter of ^hom'^ had 'ottered one or two Dreadriaugfiity) for the conBtniotion of local aaviee'^toVkeep'openi tKe trade,.roiitgBv.ln case jpt war.   "* � I cannot avoid^hlnWngtfiaf^a fearful responsibility.;will.,r^st ipon, thos^ who disturb i[{r 'fle^t'rp^^'f^lie";bompadt entered Into, ojiv this vitally Important question.'' _ him for .ine, JI could pot summon enough'Courage to,,-speak to your father oif';t}iis;, subject? "Father I's-In the-library,' sald^ Agnes,' � W � . , , "Then you -had better go to him" suggested the- professor, "and I'll wait here."'-.;;.;',;'."' i; There, being appar0i;tly no help for it, the young lady propjeded to the library,-..-: : " '^Fathej's "gns'weB'ib pinned to the^ back of �my" dress,?' said Agnes, as -she' re-entered 'the rfoomi;'''  " Tumini; around ther delighted suitor read these- words: , "With ; the compUmen^ ot the "au-thori"--J^dge; � .'-->:;:;'.... ''--I-� * ' >���' � AitvAwfu'" Leear . Two .iSoots met in ag eighteen hole match, 'On qpe sidatof the course there .was a-,h|gh railway embankment.- .Over thjs' railway ^t happened Jock drove bis -baU: They hunted forfit.;|(}r;'a.ion'g. tl'igq but could not flndht;^^''fi]^njSy.;w*ttied- Jock tp.give it .up, but^MQJir-TK'omdnaf for a lostiball means- -if:si9pt ^hole, iAai) finally .Took took aJjaU'fra^'hls.poke, dirtied It, and pl-ete.nded to'iJBnd it. "Here Uis ' SanV'!!'^ rhe oair^ci. ' /'Ye're a leear, JpckIV--T0Bpo^^ed .Sandy, "I'm no leearv Her�^'tlBl?� We're a leear, for I've had-U la'ma.tpooSiet for fuf-teen meenltsi*  . "^ ' "" . I.. What|MIj|h'taBWe''B�ett . ' A promlnJant lopfiljiiianoial man *ho encourage^: church vgblnjr amoi|g his .employees, tells: the following story abojit lile'-gardeheriT-wlTo is married and has aiTpung'family^ The gardener'#-;-'llttI�T'bdy- goes to Sunday schpol ;a�d^Klij� .faUl* Is very real. He foiJnd;aplBo"e matter and decided that vth^tbby, should be older before thfyjffegfin to adjust his faith. .ltb,6yk:;^i0ijtil1xelT 'took away the-tlpsol aijo^puliva'^flve cent piece in itit {tlacei-^ As soon a^'tbe-Id'$^>rfts-^c[^reSBed in the morning, * ho'orani*; to--;look at the result: of-hl^:"pViyp)rS:=*Ini�*a'*'few. �minutes-he returjj^r-'with.-the'flo^n In his fingers, and ;||:f^>p for, hla mother he �Bald.-'-^ofOniovSaturllay*Klght. MRS, ETHEL BARRYMOREi OOLT: �JTJieVnbted actress; iwhoiideclarer , that' motherhppd. is vi^onjan'sl greatest; f joy and that the childless home Is a / traqedy. She herself lias a Qirl and ':^or- any kind of isougE-.^- weather-rfoE the.iday,&^,,P!l5 Vhen the wind'%loyf,s^,:^t2^ cold or the sleet dnyea 'J in your face W-.your �(^fj'-' -'^ headgear ought tp .he ^ in EASTERN BRAND And the way we make Ihera you get so much ">le, such nice:;fiti ich genuine comfort . Ifrom an :EASTERN k iRANb cap.' \ iirdinary caps look just , *:e ordinary caps, BUTr-iSTEm BRAND , fk. tiiorbu^l)redv ��i-- mm wmsm ;