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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD HERALD by the Herald Printing Co.. .very lawful evening >t !l< oHIoe, Sixth Lethbrldge, Alberta. Canada. JOHN H SU vy, A. Director Editorial, Hcportorlal and .Newi Department. 1224 r-HONI: Advertising, Circulation and Jo DepartmtnU 12 5 2 delivered 6'months, delivered S months, delivered I mouth, delivered ___ DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES vl year, by mall 5 by ms.II 11.00 8 months, by mail .85 I JaMtb, by mail Addresses 'desired, tat both new and'eld addresses must ha given. 5 Red Cross Drug Book Store; J. G.' Ron-, ertson Go.: Jackson Co.; Cranbrook Book Grassy Lafcs Hotei.- T Kemp Cohen Co.; Alexandra Hotel; pie's Drug Kenny: .Allin: Lethbridie .Hotei.. Cisar Stand.. Provincial News .Company. Pincher HcCrea; Drug.Cb. Westlake Aseney. Calaary Leading Book, and News. Store, 109A 8th Ate. World News Co. Pihcher .Station Edward .Diamond Cityr-Dr, 'D'Aro. The- 'Wide World Naws: Co.-; jShpp. St. World News Co. 7 'feiicirilT Hat1 As'im'Iboli Street Clarence Kiiol- Hotel. News -Au D. 705 River Side Avenue. World News Co. relished every W year in advance THE WEEKLY HERALD to eight a Ot PLEASING PROSPECTS. I N Ibis issue w J accurate account of crop obtained on May i.. While it'is rather early in the season lo niake any forecast of the outcome of crop, the.prospect so.far is parlic-.. iilarly encouraging.. The acreage compares i'a- vprably with other years in all grains with-lhe exception of :n-inier wheai.. To offset the de- crease in Ihe'latter, that more grasses, and fodder crops. arc..being..planted.. TluY 'entitled .to the the people of Ihe west ____ I had to wait for relief from high freighl rales un- 111 be foiind a'nltil the Borden administralion was installed sfpne of the signs of ffie' of tha showing that tlie farmery are tp'p.lace. themselves tit a rapidly as circumstances will -In tffis connection the Herald would like to -urge the farmers to grow some sugar leets is acre, .we Relieve the experihient yiill reveal another wky to -add-to Uieifarmer's fecurity. The one big argument against the growing of. sugar beets has alway's been the lack of Ayitli the Ijigh'.cpst, Jiata, at Ottawa. When, as was -natural, the Liberal press resented "this" bolus bolus assuming of .all the credit for what a non-partisan commission had accomplished, pointing out that the Railway Commission was as far as possible removed from politics, .a certain section-of the. Conservative press did the small boy il all on the other fellow in a sort of "il was Mm" fashion. The Herald hopes.'the- Railway; Commission wiil never into politics, and any at- tempt to do so; from any paper, either Liberal or 'Conservative, be resente'd by, all the heller class pp citizens. No suspicion has. evef rested on the body .in all the -years since it'was created. We liope none ever 'will o Screage. thatican '.joe bandied Would remove Ms difficulty. -I There is one tiling lo be said about sugai beets if "pfoperK enSdrc- clean land and a goodaeturii the., .outlay. I Southern !las a 9ne the lo'conibal it is AN UNENVIABLE POSITION, HE Calgary News Telegram .is "between the -.devil and'the-'deep blue and its eft'orteto main tain an even'balance is trulyiworlhy of syih- paiiry; R. B. Bennett lias "mstirged" on the-C. N.iR. deal; There you jiave the whole story, f- 'tne Calgary journal has set itself u up to be a frienQrof.R.. B., We'hope tlif farmers will handing thenroiit gralmlous'1-'advice. --We simplv the good.rcslills of other pie's experiments, so that they, if they so choose, si iiiaj in their calUng.- Al any farmers: .have had good, con- ditions on their side thus far this year. For their and for "Uie sake of the country generally, hope Ihese be fulfilled foi aie coming more and more lo see that the fourf dalicn of piospeiih 'for Western Canada lies terVfriend of the party's leading "Bull Mooser" Mitli the'farmeis else can.' IfUhev cannot one 1VQGHTY POOR BUSINESS. UNDER the caption "Defaming, the Commis- the loionto News prints the follow- ing- iThe Calgary Daily Herald protests against the attempt of certain Liberal 1 newspapers to excite prejudice against the Railway Commission It points out that to charge the Commission with partisan- ship and to insinuate that it has developed iiiito a mere political machine if. unwise ami unjust. of the uvR.fjo.nimis- sioners was thought, to be a w'hen he was appointed (orifice, aud heshad held an important appointment from a provincial Liberal government. It vould be, as the Calgary' says, as reasonable to acc.use jinfe? of the Supreme Court of political parlis-aiship as to. lay this charge against the Commission. It is remarkable that no such suspicion was whispeied by dur- long period that the Liberal party held office, and when every member of the Commission a Liberal. It begins lo look is thoutfh there is no institution certain Liberal organs and politicians will not defame in the mad pursuit of i.-'tlie Treasury benches at Ottawa. It is pecubai, indeed, to what length some ol than'ils evening contemporary. But al the same lime the News Telegram knows which side its is buttered on, and must maintain a con- atlHude in support of the C. N. R. deal, being Ibat it is only paper in tlie'wesl that has. "Ihe courage of its convictions" in this direction. .How to explain why R- B. has a right as much as it likes, at.the same time.explaining to Ihe public that Mr. Benuell has made a mis- tike this once" is some problem. We fail to sec the News Telegram can make much of a fisl of its unemiable predicament. "No man can sene It will be interesting to watch .the mental agony of Ihe News Telegram C. N. R. debate. OUK POINT OF VIEAV "Go to Church Sunday." Remember May 8lh. Plant your sweet peas. BWIBEWEN it's tb raSij, the That's the .time" his snooze; IjleB around as lie inay-choose; Sunday.; It, may be he ijahU the spuds Behind tlie shoiter of tlid shrubs, While witey dear aports new spring. Siinfiajv flit De4: iniiftt turji another leaf; :J Th'e bid oiieV c6yeredj; with No .much he may beefj; .He must cburch-r: Well, mi :Lethbridge is still; 0'ijle Calgary genlieinan -is richer than he was last Saturday.- Lonesome a eastern paper says Hed Deer] was; .down below. thb other' night Soiiiidsf V wfee lot colder than 12 degrees 'ot- frost.1 Tailing; of factories, ventures the bpihionVthat Ve'v'e had-. enough :'bf the pickl.aJ.eye.for Let's talk .aboiit' a J A Congratulationsiitb3the..shj.rHf.rHe'S; lost his fence. 3Vhy.. some lien never1 get :pSst the bar Island' Ctfyj-One" whiff of a chocolate a' '-broiled steafc and chicken soil y was ..too much for r first) meals. police' parade. 'the 'Sif fhey hadn't had enough ;ex: itemeiit dowif: AVasHlngton: way .for awhile-'without..turning over the iage can! i A. The -C. L-. op'ens londny, and 'Lethbrldge "ain't'' In 'it" 9'ha'fes of left' Don't waste water on your lawn. Enough is plenty. Now is the time to consider the fly and get him riahl. London paper slates Premier Borden for High Commissioner. Musi have, ambition of "Premier" Rogers. heard of the Tomorrow is "Go lo Church Sunday." The Herald hopes the appeal will nieel with the re- sponse it deserves. It is an appeal that needs no bolstering on our part. All that is needed is -to listen lo one's belter the churches will be packed. Talk about the wild and woolly it ever was such a walking arsenal as Ulster is to- day, we might begin lo believe the Jesse James and Buffalo Bill yellow backs so the Consenative journals will go Id m'ake'capiuil to defend tlie paily In connection with the above jguarded from us in our schoolboy days, i W would stake our life that IhSflrsl liinI of par- tisanship on the pari of the Railway Commission came from the Conseivjlivc journals. bent wore Ihey on gaining einnicnl thai many of the finding of the Commiss.on on the big western freight rules puse, openly claimed that the goveriiiuirit was R. B. Benncll is against IliC'C. N. R. proposals, Is that because Calgary has gol.all it wants out ol Mackenzie and Mnnii, or simply owing to the facl Hint il is a poor mule Iliul cnn'l kick nl some- thing? II doesn't much mailer. The kick is the thing thai counts- is so faithful aticl lifelike in its tone reproduction, so ft and broad in''trie scope plane ,of that cari 'almost seethe 'stage For 'rnqre of times, the Blue Amberol unwinds luyuricas vou ever knew. 'It never wears wont .tosKowyou'tlffiMW" --points' which never which adcl greatly to thesweet- will be inter- types, made' tidss tone-'and Edison. Nothing you have ever heard before can compare with iu PIERRE RADISSON OUR :iMMK5S OFFICER Edmonton, April'. among the archives .at the parliament Blue, provincial librarian and statis- ician, found numerous authenticated records, which show that Pierre ;Es- prite Radisson, a native Quebec, rarn about 1615, was the first (migra- tion agent for the country west of the Great Lakes. He was followed by Henry Kelsey, who traveled estens- vely in' the present provinces of' Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and Aniihony Hendry, the first white man; ,o visit what is now the province of: The report made by Radisson in 163C, after Wa escape a camp ;roquois Indians, who him; from his home in Quebec-on a trip tho north shore of -Lake -Superior, fol- lows: "The country was so beautiful, plea sant and fruitful thaL It grieved me to' see that tlie world could not discover; such enticing countries to Hvejn; This I say because the Europeans fight for a rock, in the seas, against; Oiio a sterile land where by -changement of air; they engender': sickness and die. Coutrawlae, these kingdoms (the are so deli; oious and under so temperate a cli: mate, so full of all things, that the; people live long and luaty and wise n their ways. What, a conquest, this would be! What pleasure people ;dling, 'travelling ctcluaWlv vatl) TiOiseo traversing what are now- the iprov Hendn caine as far iS the luces of Manitoba anil Sashatcliewan.- PRISON waters of Deer mer nassrag tie Tile itinerary of'the journey, is large- winter milhe foothills of file Ciifnilian ly a matter of conjecture, and the i-Or Rockies anil j spring dovn the Red Beer to I the dojitH show that he ever visit- Uie- Saskatcneft an n to his homo He was tho fnat lite man of there IB record as man sent into the' western country ed this province. "H-adiEson was tho first' man to j mako a report upon the po'asib'lllties. the western prairies, which were'] then tlie homes of.buffalo and other FOR GERMAN AERONAUT Berlin, TUify" Hins-Bcrliner; the wild Sir. 'Blue said. '-His discovery, is simply a portion of the German who vvas made a aTKIfgKcTVSftBlt-Ttiissia; last February, when. ha "cailVe to earth at the' end of .trinvfrom Bittef- fleld, Germany, and the two passen- gers who accompanied him, iiavc been sentenced'by the1 Russian authorities to six months'.1 solitary, confinement. would fhavo instead ot misuy n' Radieson returned to., the western country in company Ills biother in-law, M. Groslllers, after visiting llK home on .tho: St. Lawrence.rlcer, cud together they explored the country in the vicinity of Lako Winnipeg and Portage la His proyliecy regarding tho ies his bsen real izeii by the world after a lapse of. 27S years. Antliony Hendry was the western country in 1754 as an emls sary of the Hudson's Bay company to solicit the trade the Btockftet and Cree Indians of tho prilrles for tho York factory and Tort Cliurcliill, on Hudson's niiy. His" ri port from tho chiefs of OIL trlliiw wia tliat thrjlr liravcs would not attempt the long canoe trip do'wn tho Saflkat- achcwan river, through Wta: 199 Fulton City Si for trial size Stick, Powder, or Crea COLGATE k CO.. 0 Dram ;