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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-1 THE LETTIBRirMiK v. -Miiv LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED S'xth strrtt, W. A, Director I. VI. 1224 Aivertirnj Circulation Ard let Depjrtmcnti 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 44.00 1 by tcUl I moa'fc5. moniht. tr.nnl 1 month, delivered 35c. I m.'nUi. Vy nisil ciacfcd u olUa si deslrtdt tut t uJd'fSsfs mutt ciYfc. mail il THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Wedeine Red Cress iijifc J. ft Co JaiUMii Cx: Alix- SUES iVSS-' i Co R. W. J'ros ft Cerapar.y. a. BeaJ. Ueattu mad Company. ft Brown. !11-llh SlrirL Co. Avenue. A'I3 o.i I'J C.P.R. tralni T.HE WEEKLY HERALD Wttir.tsiiy in eittit pjfeJ, and contilu o! the news of the weefc. and district idYurt.........11 blch bothers city people. i-ant to knott why Ibc which might, could or should be ahlie. fs generally blue (Or Would Trade il" Coaxed Just a IX WASKIXGTOX A Sedion of good land iu Ihc Bend country, of Sj A bKiuiliul 10 acre tract highly 20 miles east of Spokane, located as to school, etc., six acres bear- orchard. In Spokane, a 7 roomed hoiise. nell located, corner lot, JHO x J3Q cnougli .bearing fruit for a family. Ou car lino and clcso 10 schoolj and nn ideal hoine site. O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS LETHBRIDGE, FARM STAFFORD BLOCK The Situation at Ottawa Free Press) The explanation of the situation at is that the affairs of parlia nient fallen into tho hands of men who do realize tbe nature or character of tlie forces uhteh are play. Mr. iiorden, to do him justice, has ghen ?omc signs Uial he is not altogether oblivions !o Hie dangers of the situation vthieh has created; but he is ROL big ecough and strong enough to take the steps necessary to carry Lici anil his party oack to fate ground, Mr. Harden is keenly consciO'JS that THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EOjlUND WALKER, C.V.O, LI_n., D.C.L.. ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD fair plans haie all gone fuvry. The Thai parlizau committee of the Ontario legislature is doing Mr. Hanna'no gond liy invcslig'iiion. Such action tends to crcalp susiiicion. It is rather peculiar thut Mr. Bordrn should protest lhal the Highways fund is lo be r.penl iu proportion fo population and vet refuses lo inscfl a clause lo lhal effect in lhe bill. 1TH THE INCREASED RAVAGES of the cutworm in cer- tain localities, the arrival of Mr. Gibson, the chief ussislanl entomologist, from Qltawn will be welcomed by agriculturists. Mr. Gibson lias made a special study of this pest, and an inter- esting brochure on Ihe subject was published some Hltlc lime ago. From a Inbralory Irealmcnt Mr. Gibson has now come fo meet the enemy on its own ground, and to earn- on Ihc cam- paign in ils territory wherever it may be found. His action is timelv and, considering thai the cutworm has nol so very Icnjj discovered to be a danger, his efforts may he well defined as those lending lo nip the evil in Ihe bud. Here he not only asks for co-operation, but emphasizes !hn necessity of farmers discovering Ihe worm to immediately send a specimen lo Hie (Experimental Farm. Farmers should haslcn lo make a note of this, and art accordingly. The ravages worked -in other branches of husbandry, such us phylloxera in ought lo be a sufficient warning lo lake liced of a danger and kill il before it has the chance of becoming widespread. Mr. Gibson will be engaged in a most important labor, and the result of his exNerimrnls will he of nlmosf value nol only to entomology, but in a greater measure lo agriculture at largo. Watch for the, farmers, and he nrger.! in ringing the alarm bell, by immediately acquainting Mr. Gibson when Ilir cutworm is discovered. Lethhridge will be sorry to lost Supi. Wilson and Inspector West but, like soldiers, they musl obey, if it means added hon- ors hearty congratulations aie in order. Premier Bordcn will a warm lime of it in Halifax ex- plaining why he called on his followers lo vole down the amend- ment to Ihe West Indies agreement restricting Ihc heuefils to shipping done through Canadian ports. 11 was not Ihe'drsl shn the premier has given his home cily. What Others Think Could Ht Qua'ify (Ottawa Free Press) Western reporlfi are to rlie that R. R Bennett, of is lo as the carec-r of this Etainleas Lib eral public career ex- tending over more than half a. eei- lurjr, Timc Tell Clortfiein News) The contention of Ihe Conserva- I (lies that we not 'be allowprt to be taken into Renneti In thi cabinet, cabinet of rie fa Best Knowr. (W'.Ftern Star, Efaon) Hon. C. W. was the larget r rnoro abuse and vilification than ndmlnislvate our natural resources a time as elect a Con- frnntlve government is one tha{ will he given cry opportunity for tie- A Double Knock iriiut'iirg Dispatch) York Ffalc Feimlor. accnacd tactics tthirli looked so Napoleonic ttfcen r'anned in ImperisHslic clubs Ixisdon last have failed rrkeip.My nhcn put to actual test in Hie commons chamber. Mr. Borden'a underrated the strength 'of Canadian national sentiment. They eirccicd the liorden project to throuoh on. a great ihowed h's concern al Ihe CAPITAL, REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself funds without deiay at each point of ills journey in convenient yel inexpensive manner. They arc issued pavable in every in in denominalicns of the exacr equivalent tn the moneys of the principal canntries slated on the face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely safe self- and easily negolialcd. fea Lethbridge Branch C G. Mgr, to confirm his philosophy, though, iu ihe conEetiuencca of Iits Mani- toba achievements are IK ing reapefl. >Ir. Itogers' is iha( to destroy the whole character of our parliament, and thus enable the government to jam a pol- icy of the gnneBl inijjurt, nj tliere IB a profound divergence of opinion. IE only an huideut In the day's work Vhlch will be forgotten tomorrow. H ;H all a game to him. having no more moral tlgnlEicance than the winning oT a, game of chance by a big bluff. Mr. Rogers does not i-iow anything about high politics, and la, we fear, fncoyable oC being taught even by experience. HO may our not hare acquitted Had No Snow Here (Ottawa Journal) j'rofCFSor Mcrriam, of ('allfornh L'r.iserpity. Bays camoh appeared first of alt on the American continent Finding no opening to show off their proclMlj f-i. thrrst they v-enl to and now they are fam- ous. A Gforlous Record Herald) Hir KKhanl W. Stott's long snd liononiblf1 life his Tnpre arc feu political in his- tory Rhich arc so fllFtlngLiliher] for industry and In public scr- iirankal "Ths Onfy Chronic F. IX one of the FJcrden naval aid hilt, frour the introduction of Ihc that he dleagtres Hio KOicrnment In tiic mtthod in closure introduced and which he l himself in be j Just For licr, he lost all hope. Ilecausc hr bor 1'enclope, So Much Per you be rencSy al precisely sharp and'not keep me Can- ing a iiilnuto? hut why this caution re- garding punctuality? shall call for you in a cab. The Value of Time W.iEhington "Reform coaduclcd in a sdenilflc said the economist. Professor HJghbrou "Ihe only Ironblo scitntiftc reform Is thnt by Ihc time you ge! through with n iltastioBis lt'< HaWe to be too late for a remedy." Hopeless Htr naise It was Per.cloyc He'd ncvci' heard it, EO r.hcn IIP Woman's Question Pacing Teller- cannot cash che'iiie, iradani, Why not? Paying There IETI'I tD money here to meet ii. She Then can't yo i meet it TranFcrlpi. this ENJOY GOOD HEALTH AND SPIRITS BY DRINKING He Is conscious pnrtly coiwcioui al least, of Iht fart that hn hfis in complicallng whole problem hnpoiial relallnnship lo a tlial riiojrws in any direction j difficult nml ilangnoii" spiff the Canadian Into tv.o dcHarea the only way In ffnco of thi on tlic qufslEon of Empire has afiroTitf-d and IriftulfeO Cana4- ion and [-ride In the natne, too. r-I Hc degr.idfd [iar- Ibment from Kie free organ of public opinion to tho rt irrefutable register- ing rtRency ot a i'.'rty caucus, driven 1iy the machine and dominated by the minister figures in the backgrmnij. JIc mado Canarla'a to tfie tho of aid can be Is a rlferer.d'im Thai or an appeal (o tht' eltctors is action !3 in barmonlot-s Will End (Ottawa Ttic t'li'l of It: approaching Ic no lile.iiism, but a practical platcmerit oi fact. The Drf'adrioughl ulll takt Its pi.'iro irlth the ct- tinct roinethlng Oroal Britain nol accept. Mr. DoTiJen realizes this, a-; have pjH, In Hal he I, sjr- ro'JTidqcl hy tnen who arc hslnd to what Is happeriSng. Mr, Hopcrs la crcrtllfrt, Justly It .iprears, with the responsibility for tho recent parlta' rnuniary plan of campaign, Mr. fr4 has harJ no Urge (H'catjoni anr! great IBEIIC.I. un. dEs- jioslllon te lo believe that the acctni- fan never tm Jfii experience ia Manitoba appeared It is not only (lie most wholesome spirit obtainable. as a stimulant for ircncMl use; it lias a bcneficir.l effect tipqn the liver, kidneys, and other organs a.s a pick-me-up, tonic or digestive. Wolfe's h tti Jf fs sttftri'jr ti try way- io ordi ua, ORFAINAM AT AH lIOfKLS AND HUDSON BAY COMPANY, Diilribnt07t, ;