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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta .WKONIMPAT, MAT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTABLItHED DECEMIER 1M7 by tht Htrtld' Pclntlnj Ltd., lawful it tt, Albtrts. Canada. W. A. Manaflnf JOHN MlMftr Editorial, Heportorjal end Ntwi --i 1224 PHOMI: llnt.-ClrculatlM and Dafartnwilt 1252 i' DAILY SUItCHIPTION RATEI I year, delirered (400 1 year, by nail 13.M 6 delivered 12.00 6 months, bv mall.................... S aellveiad 11.00 8 mouths, by mall...........'....... 1 month, delivered .35 1 month, by >2S Addresses coansod as odeh me desired.'but both ntw and old addreases miint be slven. HERAUD FOR Lethtorldgai Red Crosa ft .Lake Book Store. 3 0 Co Cranbrook trtBCm t Co. Jacksoil t Co.; Alexandra Edmonton Fnirlnelal Kemp Coklt NOTTS Agency. pie's Drug Store: Kenny t -Ulln, LeUibrldse Dr Lsmdlof Book tut Newa Store, 109A Ita Alt Cigar Mltclwll'Druc Co. World Newi Co. DlamonH Dr. .D1 Brat. The Wide (Utien Sdwaril Medicine Hat Atslulbola Co.; News Saofc Mi GraaweU World Co, Clarcnoe Knot News World Newa Oo, THE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday In elsat or more pages, and contalac a summar) at the uewi ol tne week, local'and "district I year In advance 11.00 6 months in advance THURSDAYS RtEBISCITi.- A'LL voteis oil Uie the privil- i6ge of exercismg'-their foinprrov Tllere.nie two questions "to'be -'and a clfoice made Jar the Library site. _ _; The localioh'fbr the Library >iot be. difficult to choose, if voters arp guided not merely by -what will 'be.perbonally comenient'to each one. but what tlie of Ihe people in general'who a're to use the lib- rary. -To make the library popular, and Ij its erection, it is necessary thafin the choice made it should be so-far central as to meet the, -comemence of ,the majority. t The ideal sitej? on Gait Gardens, and it jnay be that if strong consensus of opinion as to 1he suitability The interest in bowls which-has every and again cropped up should not be allowed to remain'spasmodic. A organixaiibn should be formed for starting the game. There is an air oi peace and contentment in lawn bowling, and played in Gait Gardens it will create that reitful atmosphere which will be of value in imprestions made on strangers who >i8it SOME BELATED AIll. FOR many years the sheepmen of Southern Al- berta, and these men raise a big share of Canada's have been endeavoring to con- vince the Dominion they ivere on the niap They have'made pilgrimages tO'Ot- tnwa. They have sent petitions to Ottawa. They of "tliis site-it will help in securing the necessary ha-ve> m fact) "erythng the law allows to -As, to a bujlding marring the the Dominion Department of pparancc of GalfGardens that, after all, is a mat- MARKET. 1st Caota M Ckolce Eckttorm's buiM- ini aeel Mr fctiaa oo Sth An 0 rental ol lit year tnd year tlSM 00. v' Lnuoa.tiur ia- Ave.'S and St at, a ptk-s of, approximatolr Lumber' near S Mar- lllth'St. at a approkl- Lote 32. 83 W.' in Blk. (8, plan MSS-s (llth St.' S, var S.-E. of barracks LIBRARY Jat Choice 'ind and tpr of individual opinion and should be accordingly. In the remaining sites the conven- ience of access to the majority should-be a guide as to selectidn f J market question should obtcin the "ayes" of voters, goes without saying that in the nev; policy of Rural Relations a market is essential. It will materially aid in the success of the pohcj. In the present condition of things economy should weigh largelj in the minds of Tgfersiu voting on a site. This matter should be carefully considered. The rentai expenditure in each of the three choices-is shown. The_ mere f act' of any 'particular advantage of locality to any certain section of the citv should take second plqce to the matter of ecenomy and convenience to the majority The street cai question is one which will need lure that they were here, that the wool industry was one of Canada's greatest asaeti, and they needed practical aid in developing-a: their product. The Dominion .done nothing yet. True, two wool, classifiers were sent to the n'est last ed hard and faithfully, but what did theyjiccom- plish? Ask any sheepman, and he will you that their efforts brought-the grower no prac- fical assistance. were fine so far as they went, but they didn't go far enough. As far as the ivestem wool men were concerned, they were a nonentity. The announcement comes from the govern- ment press agency at Ottawa thai the depart- ment of agriculture is this year going to introduce a definite scheme whereby wool producer! may be actually assisted in preparing and placing their wools upon the market in the most acceptable BLACK SCOTCH WHjWY combine Bbck aad- Scotch tile itandud o( excellcwif D. O.HOtUH, Loliriio in F. Plan 4353- 8 Jcorner Fitth 'A. and 13th Str OB' Gardens n can u i tf L I '.fy You know costt more Wy on credit.'. Wlif -art In Vfttm ttrnkef CnMt, yilh tht feud, buy at prtcw TKe diwcunta will help to svd jam ORAMY LAKE MANCH LETHJIRIMI iftANCH A. I. KINQ, O. aj. ORDERS A of remitti aid nader c r i Orer 16, not exceedma; 110, C> Over not exceeding OretlSO, not (Yukon lclliM-.Tid u Grot Btlliu and iBANCH inc te: ,-f 10t, ,.f. -._ v J. M. MARKET Shall we hale a Jiatket ONE-MAN CAR SYSTEM Shall 'the street railwajr be oper- by one man only on each cat anded Arrest Bandit of Balsam Bay CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE careful consideration, and in its decision the mat- fashlon and lhus be in a position to cater more ter of sentiment should be eliminated. The car system is not'a personal concern -where loss af- fects one or more individuals, but the onus of deficit falls on the community as a whole. N one cares to be instrumental in placing men out of a job But it should be remembered that all ratepayers aie not equally blessed with means, and wheic Hie burden of taxation is not felt by some it presses heavily on others. If the reduc- tion in emplo3'ees will reduce the expenses in run- ning the cars, and not interfere with the revenue in other ways, Ihis view will be something for the .voters to ,-consider. The pros-and cons of the question have been ventilated in our columns and :t will be for the voters to decide accordingly. Above all it is necessary that every one en- titled to vote should do so. and use his, or her, vote intelligently, bias or prejudice. t, A CITY BOWLING GREEN. Heiald has, from time to time, referred to the adding of lawn bowls to the other pas- times whu.ii find pall ons in the city We believe that there .ire a sufficient number of people m Letbbridgc who have been play the game to make it a popular one And there is not a Joubt that its fascinatioj will cause oth- ers to take it up. We understand that the Commissioner- of Public Woikb has been approached in the matter, and has promised to facilities for utilizing a portion of the lasvns in Gait Gardens for the game. Bowling in these gardens on summer 'evening a pleasant sight, and give re- laxation to many a jaded individual, particularly in, hoi weather, when lawn tennis and other games appear too strenuous. With afforded it remains for fiiose who wiih'to see lawh popular in Lethbridgc the matter up It will be some- thing new in'Lethbridgc, and in creating a new Interest llrere will In: much to be gained. The Same should appeal to curlers as being a varia- tion in the winter nastime. i directly to the requirements of the market. This is a perfecth good move on the the gov- ernment, but it will impress the sheepmen be- ing rather belated. Why couldn't'this work have been done when the representatives of the west- ern wool men were wearing out their knees on the carpet in the office of the minister of agricul- ture? The sheep industry in Canada has been ne- glected Who will benefit now from the propos- ed aid? All the western wool is sold tHis year to American buyers and at material advance in price The sheepmen might have had a good price years ago if the government had heeded their petitions, and now after Uncle Sam has opened a market for them, and the Dominion government sees the entire clip vanishing from view, they are prepared to do something. Who knows the most about the wool man's need, the wool man or the Dominion government, and who has done the wool man the most good, the Can- adian or the American government? CLAIM ROAO IS NOT PERLY SAYS ONE. CRITIC h IA CENSURE Ottawa, Out, May -1 SO o' clock last night the House divided on a motion of censure the fOTern- ment, delivered by Hem. Mr. Eminsr- son, after a speech relating the management of the I.C.R. met tlon was rejected on a Tote "of to 39, a government majority-ofM. "Mr. his speech, complained of a number of OTJK POINT OF VIEW One good swat now is worth several dozen a month from now. London, Ontario, was visited by a severe hail storm yesterday. Southern Alberta is not the only part of Canada that receives these litlle visi- tations. "We can guarantee the bonds of the Canndian Northern Railway but we cannpl bond ourselves." This is a farmer's point of view. Some food for thoughf for the Borden Buccaneers, If all the parents taught their children how lo hoc a (jaidtn or milk a cow, the high cost of living would come down to earth. It's teaching the boys how to'thump the piano and the girli how to tan- go and drink pink tea thnl will make potitoet ten dollars a barrel faster than anything Including' the 'IncrtMe ot freight rates, employment of Ameri- cans as officials, changes In rules, the alleged -Jailure ot the to deal with the question of line feeders and taking off the Oeotu-Ua ited. Hon. 7 D Reid, acting minister of railways, In his reply, said the In- crease In rates had been really decid- ed upon by the Board of Mapaoaiellt appointed by the late gorcftimeaL The Americans employed as'officials, he said, were in all cases men had Ihed In Canada for itrtral ypars Mr Reid maintained that uu- der the direction of Hoa Hr. Co- chrane, the ICR nan helnr welll managed and that few were being received. Mr. McDonald, Plctoif, chiractefli- ed the conduct- of affairs of'the'T.C. R by the present government stu ,pid The Increase In rates had the greatest blunder, he said, and hud resulted In much destitution prevail- coal towns of Nova Ing the past winter. Premier Borden maintained that any complaints which had1 reached him nere because the -iianageineit of the road had oeen put on a bUflness basis Ke snld (lie jn freight rates was amply JurtifWd. It was to be remembered they'wsre ac- companied br an increase In for the employees that coal had twcn brought from the United states, Mr Borden' said the same thing had been done by lute government, only on a. larger icale. Mr Graham said the Mlnlrttr of PnltmivB was making mistake of Irving to run ihe IC R with a while the management of line was at a late hour Hon'.-Ji-D. Hazen, has 'remained there, never going out day., He is unshaven and unkempt, jrith.' what appeafs to be the whole I'll yeaK' growth ol beard untouch- He has terrorized the neighbor- hood, buying a few neeeuaries of lite from them at times, but more often, from their barns and cabins b( night left the trail of his necessities A cow and a calf were found- bjr1 the constable was dead, but her body was still warm. She had apparently died from star- ration A loaf and a few vegetables were all the articles ot food found He hkd on him an oldTuUr dollar bill b or all Un miriins infann UlpSitiiiidiof Dees not the A imall dote only. ncMtd ind 4'ves snick leiull! A. UIob JWanjflu wd eokU I Buj SUIo en IJvra 'after the manacled prison- er was subdweViad con- tinued his snorts'.te escape, and wai wltaJdlBculty brought to Selkirk. If ;liei tusticlpis ol the provincial po- ke art-, corrtctf Dudiea under his 'eal pame, Is iSadjv wanted by the United Stattt- authorities a price 0( ?JfOOJ..haiigs_over his head He will he tajteii Winnipeg on the and a itw dollars in change icles that led to identification irt- ABDtD JTP' WAR'S TOLL I) C May Two of the bounded at the occu- patlon of'Yera'CrJii died toda> They were fHarry Hulllum, a fireman, and evfdence of former, and more far- j Clarence R. Hlnbsrger, seaman, both reaching crimes, were found and Uk- the battleihlf Utah 0 P.P.. DOESN'T DABBLE IN ITS. OWN BC, ifas' 5, "The di- rectors of the plenty to, attend to m handling, tlie ordinary affairs of the company without at- tempting to tench the company 's stock in the. stock declared Sir Thomas f reaterdaj just before he left for tho east at 11 o'clock Sh Thomab referring to an item originally published, .in the Montreal Gazette ant] given fide cir- ctllatioii in other eastern- -papers .to the effect that a proposal. was made to form a brokerage pool (or. Uie. pur- pose of holding CPR stock at a more or less i-nifonn figure, BRITAIN WON'T INTKRFOTt London, May Edward Orty was Invited by Sir John Darld todaj to ask the United gtates to abandon posltlan that tun removal of Huerta ia of more Imsonailrt than the reitoriitlon of In tea. Sir. Edward declined. It is wonderful what a little money spent in paint, and a little time in applying it, will do in the way of improvement around your home. s Worn floora can made to look bright furniture made a good u wtd ihoivai made clean and sanitary-dull woodwork and bright and vails of being covered with faded, dustrcolkcting wall paper or atnaky Ifilaomlne, can be made artistic andTanifiuy. Here are the apeciaU Sherrim-WUljanu products that will do all this tor-you email expense. For your flocw UM FloVir a durable painted or S-TV Floorlac for an attractive finish imitating all the popular hardwoods Oak, Mahogany, etc. Eefinish your furniture witl) a of S-W Varnish Stain, a combination of a' permanent pigment tyiii and a diirabje varnish, which renews the old ftinuturt in such colon us Mahogany, bak, Walnut, etc. S-W Floorlac be used for the lame purpose, Cupboards, doors, and wainscotting -flniBhed bandUy one sUractive colors, tuy ia The best fintah for Flat-tone, a durable oil paint that dries with a soft, velvfty flat effect. rlt la made in 24 colors that qfeoioeKf expert deeoratoM. _ It is wy Iwt for yean and can be'waahed with soap and water, 'without hardware Co; r f- 1762., LEtH and ;