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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Pjbllshld by the Lethbrldst Herald Printing Cr., Ltd., every evtnlng IU Sixth St, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-ManagTpg Director JOHN Bu.Iness PHONE: Circulation and Jfti Departments 1252 PHONE: and Nevsi Depart 1221 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES vMr, 1 by f souths. delivered 52-00 5 by mail S r-ontM delivered 11.00 S nouths. by miil I month.' delivered 35 1 monlt. by mall Addresses ctangfi a? odcn 55 deelrsd. but both utff av.d old jddrasw must be jlvea. HERALD FOR Red Cross DrJj Book Store; Q. Beatlio Mur-pby Co.; Cranbrooi Like Grassy Hotel. ertson Co.; Jscfcson Kemp Cohen Co.: Aleiactira Hotel: Provincial Agency. ple's LI.-UE Store; Keanj Leading book and Allln; LclhbrWse Store. 103 A Sih Are. Clear Ores World Nevrs Co. Westlake Station Edward Diamond Dr. The Medicine Hat Co.; News Shop, 4J5 Gtacitell World Xevrs Co. Carmang'ay Clarence Krjol- News A. D. Illver Side World News Co. year In adtanca THE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday la e'stt more pages, ami coatalcs a of the news cl tha 81.00 6 months In id'.juoe SOc THE POSTAL. LIBRARY LEAGUE. W1LVT probably had at first Hush Ihe appear- ance of being Utopian, has in its presenta- tion and consideration come to be regarded as something practicable. This reference to the Postal Library, which from being n formula has advanced in its evolution by the formation of a Postal Library league. The vaslness of the scheme when the proposal was lirst brought to light might have caused some doubt as to the possibility of its being put into practice. But the fact, that the first member to join the league, and the first to be enrolled in support of it are both postmasters of important offices, should be sufficiently convincing that the is one in which the postal department can be well employed. The Postal Library requires encouragement when the benefits it wilt confer are considered. One hears a good deal in these days of the de- population of the countryside by the exodus to cities, it is not so much the dissatisfaction with their par licular calling that brings .this about, as the condiiions of which farrning in a great many instances entails' on those who'follow it. Asa remedy comes the postal library scheme bringing literary relaxation within their reach. It may not at first take the place of'those ultras lions which lure men to cities. But in process of time it can do mucli in creaung ami sustaining a interest .to counteract the call in the absence of anything else, becomes forceful. In this, if not in other aspects, the Postal Lib- rary requires support. It will form at least a part in helping schemes which have been worked out, and are being worked out, in countries old nnd new, for keeping the people to the land. In its relation to this economic policy the Posla' Library is entitled to respect. IT is not so very, hard to understand that the friends of Guslave Evanturel are working to put him back as their representative in the On lario provincial legislature. They have seen a case which is, in many ways, parallel to that o their former member, and they believe Evanlure has as much right to his seal as some of those on the other side of the Speaker who are still sitting even though shown up in a way similar to tha yhich brought about Kvaniiirel's downfall. It isn't so very hard to draw the analogy be Uvccn Evanlurcl and G. II. Ferguson. Hot transgressed the law in a way more or less sim ilar. Evanlurcl asked for u retainer from Ih liqijor interests, and didn't receive it. l-'crguson while, representing a constituency in the provin cial legislature of Ontario, was offered a retaine from the Dominion government, and look it. is true he may have earned it, but it was aguins rules of the House. It bears a close analogy to the case of a city councillor bidding on, and receiving, a cily conlrar.t. Sometimes it is "pull- ed off" successfully under a veil which the public at first does not see through.. When it does come to light it is called plain graft. The councillor may have saved the city money by his action. He "may have all the excuse in the world. But it is against the .'rules, and it doesn't go. Ferguson occupied a position similar in all the essentials. But if there is an analogy be- tween Evanturel and Ferguson, Ihere are also some contrasts. Evanturel didn't get the money though he asked for it. gel the money and kept it. He has it yet. Evanturel was kicked bodily out of the Lib- eral party, as he should have been. He is down nnd will stay down. Ferguson, whose offence seemed clothed in a cloak of respectability, was enfolded in the pro- tecting arms of the Conservative, parly, and wa saved by the application of a dose of whitewash, with the aid of the gag. Evanturel was a pirate in his way of going :ter the swag. Ferguson played a game which savored more f the smooth methods one would expecl from IB Wall Street manipulator. Bui they were both guilty in the same degree: Hie goes down; the other gels off scot free. Truly if Mr. Borden is sincere in bis promises f cleaner elections aiid cleaner politics in Can- da, he has some excellent starling places where e could make a mighty good showing if lie hose. Incidentally, we jusl wish to mention that we o nol hold the opinion that the Liberals are all good and the Conservatives all bad. But if we lad the assurance that the Liherals would always act as they did in the Evanlurel case, and thai he .Conservatives would conlinue to follow the example set fprlh in Iheir dealing with the Fer- guson case, we. know how our votes ought fo be cast so long as we might be able to exercise the irivilege of the franchise. OTIK POINT OF VIEW A Lelhbridgc farmer sowed wheat in Jan- uary and it is growing. We hate to boast, but A good rule lo follow in Sunny Southern Al- berta: Never brag about the weather a day in advance. If some coal companies pay only five cent per Ion royally while others must pay ton. there is a discrimination lhat shouldn't require verj weighty consideration before being remedied. Some questions of paramount importance lo Lelhbridge are (o he discussed al the Board of Trade smoker on Friday night. Everyone should be there. NEW ERA OF FRANCE IN CANADA '.Vi.'v. ABSOLUTELY GIVEN AWAY Every one filling in Space Below with Name and Address Will be Given TWO ROLLS WALL PAPER Absolutely Free with purchase of two or more rolls of paper bought, at our store. It makes no difference if you buy Paper worth 10 cents a roll or a Roll, we will'give you Free two extra rolls of the paper you buy For instance if it takes five rolls of paper for your room at (say) a roll All you need to pay for is three rolls, and we give you the other two rolls, or Is this worth considering? Styles in Wall-PaPers change just the same as styles in hats or anything else. This is a ne.w store with all iiew stock of this year's styles. We have no leftovers from last year, for we dirt not stock paper last year. r We handle such standard makes of Can- adiauTapers as STAUNTON WATSON FOSTER anil United States papers manufactured by FJRED. BECK CO., NEW YORK Also imported English and German Papers, and everything in the decorative line to make the hoine beautiful. Our Papers, which are the best, up-to-date makes, are the low- est priced, in the city. Call and be Convinced; Rolls ANDOVER 5OO Patterns TO SELECT FROM Handsomo permanent b'jllcllii? which la being creeled ly tbo French government at llio National Ulon (or Die display of tho natural nr.d ol ttic land of tie notir-dMts. Simons' Distemper Made in Lethbridge WAS USED ON THE WALKS OF THE CITY TO A D VERTI8E "THE BEST 3" FOR COMMIS- SIQN finVERXMEXT. AFTER A WINTER'S WEAR "UNDERFOOT IT IS STILL THERE, -ON EVERY CORNER. CANYOU.GET A BETTER DISTEMPER TOR WALL FINISHES? IT NEVER RUBS OFF. ROOF PAINTS We guarantee onr Roof Paints for tive years. Jf you contemplate painting let us show you roofs that have been painted three years ago and are as good as new today. (We only guarantee for five years but they wear longer.) Cut out Coupon, fill in your name and "nd get Two Rolli Paper Free with every purchase of two or more rolls. I NO GOOD AFTER MAY Name Aadress object of to gel your name on our Hailing Liat. Wo occasionally mail calendars and other worth having to our cultomere, The J. E. Simons Co. Decorators Hull Block, Third Avenue Painters Paperhangers Lethbridge Mr. W. II. Zcrau, of Minneapolis, who is conceded to be the best decorative paperliaiiger in his State, has recently joined our working staff. Get the services of an expert to hang your paper. It costK no ;