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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIKIUnOK DAILY IlUKALD 1-YUUiy, May 0. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER IK7 ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1 Puhl'ihed ty t-is VelStndfifr Hera'd Co, Ltd, st cffiee, S'Ml Aibarti, Cr W. ert ilnj And Job OAILV SUBSCRIPTION 1 1 mc-rths, og eontbs. b> nuU eiMM fcs THE DAILY KEffALD FOR SALE Red Crc.-s A N. Xsrthim. BooV J G Crjnfcrccti, B. BealUa k Co; JJncher E, J v.'i, World 15 L McCrm. Tabe.- A Browm, M Jlf-lth Cari Albert! Book Femle, B. C. Fercy BfU. C P.R, train THE WEEKLY FnibLshM tvery In e pbt or mKre ar.i A tuirj cf the lo.-al at-1 iheii- "ill b? quick nnd lempers, ami MI Unit; us in .luhys too freely in intoMc.mls there will be crime born ol Ihe passion of the moment. Crime is not contiiu'd to any n.ilion- j ulity. All r.iccs luve- their liloniisln-s. Time alone will remedy I the dofivts. Let Canada by all means keep out the undebiuibles, bill nl llu- sum1 time theie should be some iliipt.iv of judgment shown ami men ullcgcd to be fair minded should no! allow the p.issiou aroused by a revolting; crime lo lead ll'.eui into whole- sale denunciation of the foreigner. He U diiinsj his share in building up Canada, and his child- ren will make good Canadians. OUR POINT OF VIEW There is no di bdl Ihis vcar. Tliriti- blessed is Ihe man who bad IMS i planled early. Despise no! th Il nioiicy'and Dmsjienly to all. Tin.1 friend uf tlie farmer and the enemy of the Jupiter I'luvius. l fan Alt the fuss in Ihe Jledieinc Hal eleetioii seuudiil was over one lied up ballol al Winnifred. A picihiliilory fee ibould prove clfeelivc in liceping on I Ihe iciicits wldeh is cuniing too soon. GIVE THE BOYS AND GIRLS THE BEST The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate and Investments Owners of Morningside Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bidg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 When extending hospitality it is a sign of good taste to JohnJameson Whiskey You wont disappoint a friend if you offer him JOHN JAMESON If you planled a tree today, don't Jet it end with tlial. Give I the tree the necessary nursing. 1 The is being applied al Ottawa, in order tli.il the govern- lake away from DIP. rcpicbdilatives of Ilic people, the .iviiiu how monev is to be There is iinoiher comet chasing the slats through space, 1ml since Hulley's much advertised show failed lo please, the people arc not taking much interest in these long tailed air mysteries. CALGARY is proposing to spend something over fjO.OOO in providing a suitable shelter for delinquent and neglected cliildren. Kudently the citizens of Cnhjnry appreciate the worth of the boys or girls who may he so unfortunate as not to have honu-s of their own. Leihbridge has done well in providing a shelter Imc. Since the inauguration of Die institution here in December, 1911, the shelter has cared for a large number of children. The cost has nol been so excessive PS lo cause a ser- ious drain on Ihe cily treasury, and citizens can repose in the knowledge Hint they have added some happiness to the Ihes of children had been denied the usuai joys of Ihe young. j Jusl f.11K.y r, Of millions Bui. owing probably lo the lack of experience of those inlmuney without pjrluimtnt having one word lo s.iy about how itj charge of the undertaking, Die building was not built in lhejjs spent. Bad piecedenls arc being established in Canada right place, nor is il large enough to meet the demands made np-Juiesc: davs. on il. The superinlendent of the department advises a change of location. The Herald thinks wilh him lhat the council would be well advised to sell the present home nnd erecl out more com- modious on a site furlher east. And when doing so provision should be made for a larger sile. Five acres would nol be any too large. Children need a playground and especially those who are forced to spend parl of their days in a children's shelter. They should be surrounded by' Ihe very best associations, and what more suitable than a large garden plot where they may 1) taught Ihe elements of an occupation which might help Ihcm later in their lives. The Herald would therefore urge the council to consider at an early dale the question of purchasing a new site and the erection of a new home. We are sure the. citizens generally would be heartily in accordwith such a move. What Others Think Modern Prototype (Toronto Kins Jaincs of England has bis Judpe Jeffreys, acd Sir Jamtt, ol On- tario, has Its G. Hoffara rcrgysoa, M.P.P. FOR SALE (Or Would Tnulc if Coaxed Just a Liltle) INAVASIIDIGTOX A iScc'iion of good Jaml in the Big Bend country, vu-st of Spokane. i -A beautiful 10 ncro Iracl highly improved. 20 miles o Spofcfiiio, well locanid BS to school, Markets, olc., six acres boar (as orchard. In Spokane, a 7 roomed house, well located, corner lot, J55 1-2 enough bearing fruit for a family. On car line and close la end ad ideal liooiu site. O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FARM LOANS LETHBRIDGE, STAFFORD BLOCK I Just For a Joke Edmonton will a plebiscite on whether to pipe in nat- ural gas as a civic enterprise or give Die franchise lo a company. The people will then have Ihe privilege of relieving Ihe council of (lie responsibility. One Way to Save Money (Boston Post) As z ra-t ot its spring csmpnen to Kill otT a pu-t and remove a menace to the hoard of health of New irA- ?lalc baa iirloted and distribut- ed cards reading thus: Their Turn Now sorry lo have to say. my son, that from TV bat I hear atiout own you must be running Into deljt. are mistaken, sir. I am Iready In debt; ra> creditors are do- cg all cnc Trans- cript. FUK: DLL ILT Ol.LOW ILTH. FEVER OLLO'.VS LIES Toronto and ratepayers are i iteing the day they e Ihe slrcel railway franchises lo a private company, n will to pay three hundred now for would have fifty had in right and buill the tines as a civic v.eep the Earbige'rcccutacle care- prise. Will Medicine Hal heed lite lesson? FOREIGNERS AND CRIME J7 VERY TIME a foreigner commits a murder in Western Can- ada it is quite the fashion to raise Ihe cry that there should lie more careful.supervision of immigration. The implication is that nearly all.crime is committed by people not Anglo-Saxon origin. While there is no doubt but thai-there are numerous crimes credited lo foreigners, it does nol by any means follow lhal Ihe Anglo-Saxon is free from blame, and there is some doubt of the wisdom of the policy of raising an outcry against Ihe foreigner even if the perpetrator of the crime be not of Can- udian or British origin. Crime is regrettable no matter what the nationality of the culprit may be, and there is the big question of Ihe moral effecl on the foreign peoples to everlastingly make the charge thai they SWATTING AVEB ICKXF.SS. It costs UFS to buy a screen door j fully llr.in it does lo get ill I nr.d h> off fo: a mor.tn. One of Hie great issues at stake in Ilic light for responsible government was over the right of the repiesentalives of the Why Not Be Canadians? [Winnipeg Free I'rcssl T- r ,i l'0n- nj.inv generations of a family people lo have a voice in Hie raising and spending of the re- ,o ba -horn Oil sol, venues. The old Tory family compact claimed Dial the governor iho family CanaOtan1! The otile and executive council alone bad Die right to spend.the money. Canada is rapidly returning lo Ihe days of the compact. When confronted wilh Ihe charge, Hon. ,W. J. Hanna ad- milted receiving from a government contractor for the parly campaign funds. And in spile of lhal admission (he 'Cory majority in Hie Ontario Legislature passed a resolution condemn- ing Sir. I'roudfool for making UH: charge. To string Hires thousand miles of copper wire lo serve the western newspapers is some stunt, and (hat is the task confront- A Drink to be grateful for. Xol simply thirst-quencher or stimulant, Irjt just the purest and most health-infusing spirit that lias ever been are Ihe prolific source of crime. The Herald has experienced Die j C. P. !1. if il is lo meet Die demand of the evening papers indignant remonstrance of Slavs in this city for referring lnjfnri'in "elusive wire. When it is compldcd tire evening papers of the law as Slavs, when they were really.nol of Western Canada a service quite as complete as the iiationalily. There seemed lo be very decided objection lo having "losl "icIiojiuliUm paper in the casl. crimes, or offences, charged against lhat race when they were nol guilty. The moral rffccl, on Die people, of unfair charges, is of doubtful quality and the duty of all good Canadians is to help raise the standards of the foreigner rather Mian lo he continuous- ly slmring him as associated with a race given lo crime. Su long '.is Canada opens wide the door lo Die people of Die world, so long will Ihe bad come in with the good, and ii is nol to he ex- liccled (bat the class of men stationed at the ports i.f entry are lo hand pick Die men of vicious Semper and send Ihcm home again. Nearly all the crimes are the result of liquor or temper, and just how the immigralion officers are going to guard agdinsl either evil is difficult lo determine. Occasionally Dicrc is a grosser crime, such as committed in the murder of a lix-ycar-old child in Calgary, but such crimes huvc not been committed by people of an alien tongue, and Ihe fact thai there was such a crime only serves to emphasize how rare such offences arc rjllicr limn In prove that Ihe hulk of the peoples pouring into the country from Southern Kuroj.c aie criminal by aatnral disposition. The annual report nf (he Department of .lustuv fur HI12 llassifics Die nationalities of Die criminals then in the peni- tentiaries of Canada. Of thai mniihrr were Biiiishcrs in- cluding Canadians, who contributed O.V) to Ihe pinilonliury population, and (he balance, n8ri, were classified as foreigners, H23 being from Die United Stales and 111 from Italy. In Ih lace of Diese figures il could hardly he said truthfully lhal lh Souflicrn Europeans are (lie worsl class in the country. Hal makes a fairly bad due to the propensity of Ilic tower tla.sscs of lhat nalion lo carrying knives. Other Kmopcait coun- Irics make a remarkably line showing, lkeaii.se the Hrilish pio- the hevcr.iye for nil tinit.s rs, for men or tumui, ih or ailing.- It impacts arid flr ro Ihc A rc.il liL.O' lasting Ionic ig to i'.s cleansing on the In'-r. and ollifcr organs. to ordiiviry gin. ORTm-Am. AT AH iron.l.S AND J MAIL S10KI 1 HUDSON BAY COMPANY. Dittribulort. i fO'JUtl JrasJifers and four wero niisslne. That will give >on FO idpa of liio magnitudo of our Standing In "That's what I call Rood said the Wise Guy. as he laid down he newspaper. the Olil Fogey. "Here's a Pennsylvania ho gave a banquet to all the doctors In bU replied the Wise Sounds Lihe Some Yarn A commercial traveller was brag- ping about the of the firm tie represented. J suppose jo.ir house is a pretty big aoTied the custom- er. Big? You can't have any idea of ftp .dimensions J-nsi we took inventory of the employctF, anJ Flat-Hunt Ing Conversation "I like >our tint and yoy seem to sallslieJ with my Yes. 1 see no reason why we should not Je.iaD II to you" "I ihitik u only fair to tel' we .1 dog." -llni'5 cill objection to a rJog Tf oh' tenants have dogs nnil w1 Co. er hearJ a jecedi'i icr." ___ "Oh, jou Tnen thu i.L-golu- tions are off. (iyr rules strictly iiro- hibit children" Unreasonablc Not Tor.rt ago, in a w ef town, I cuancert to man uith a live turkey un ...s ar... Tlie turkey was squawking and gob- bUnp in a distressed a Ticket lo which tii.5 Irishman did nol al first lay any particular Kinnllj. however, the disturbance on tlio nerves. Giving the bird a poke In the side, tie exclaimed: "lie quiet. >ou! What's the matter wid yo, anyhow? Why should wmit to walk whin I'm Milling f to earn' Mhgallne. this question Is, orth in Iho census reconl; jirepared and [ss'-cd by our Canadian govern sic-nt, that there are no wnllo people In Canada uho are entitled to be rfasted .is Canadians. In order to b classified as a Caradtan, you must be an Indian. 'I? nol this an ary survUnl from the era before Can idiar. nallonalilj began to emerge? There nas a time, ot course, uhei (he only white people of .110 preten lions in C.ir.ada officials and rthtix who spohc cf the land tiie> from on tSie otlitr of the; Ulatitic .15 and would no tnore liv.e ttioUE'nl nf railing a ctliH of theii3 born In Canr.iJa a Canadian for example, horn in Calc.r.la. and Swift, uho' hern >n Dublin, thought of Describing Ue tlian a3 fktng Canadian-born noi a tiling (0 be pro id of There still persists in liic ininris nf so.T.e ocei'Iionai people o.' birth ,1 lingerini; tcinnanl ol the old fcclins of "Colonial'1 Inferiority It found '.rprcsnon in tl'c ileclaratinn I h: t'rctnlcc (iohlin In] tl.ia city: "I tar.i.'jt claim lo Kc-g-1 Cut I ilinn: to :.f the I Usl ,iji ni-bu n. o' Kngllslv parents" AR the- Free I'reta said in rommentinK on thai utterance, ho na- tive Canadian with tie IT'K Canqoll'i Bjiirit and no lino Knplislnnan cari fail to eirerleue a 1Insh of shame that a Canadian should thus declare that Canadian birth hrai.da a person with n mark of ruUtA'c inf'jrlorllj. A Canadian who fells hiir.'.elf branded with any Inferiority because of Ills Canadian birth not worthy of been horn a Camdl.in, II Is Mfih time all true G'anadhr.3 set thi-njcclvc'; lo twnbattlnK (he con- dition of mind so -inconsclously re- by Premier lioblin'B -wordf, quoictl above, and which 13 an evi- dence also, tliougti legs naively, in the lalk of not a tea- of thojo In this co'inlry who aro loudest In proclalm-i themsehes Inipcriallsta Our neighbors lo the south set na an ex- ample whlclj Y.P would do well td emulate, of the cultivation of a vib- rant national Young Can- ada should be taught that being Can- adian Is next best bul tlio beat thing. Free Trips to Europe For Ladies of Alberta Calgary Newspaper Will Send Fifteen "Bonnie Liissios" (o Scotland, England, France, Germany, Holland, Bel- gium, and Young Lady may Quali- fy for Public WiH Select the Members of Tour Invited from tb Com- munity. The Calgary News-Tolegr.im announces that on .hit lake a part yof IS young belles on a sixty-day tour o' countries of ail expanses to bo paid by the No The 16 ycnng ladles ulll enjoy this wornlcrf- be selected by the public In a Grand Voting Contest, r mcncc May J3, and cJose June 30. A cordi.it invitation ii (o the j-eople of -vmmynity lo nominate young for moindcT8l.lv fn thc.Kurfliiihii Toar nurly. Tlic runteet it open to ladles lit AfJerta inrl Kaatcm llrltish Columbifi, Tho Xcwe-Tclrgr.ini party will Wlnnlitp In .1 Car on July 7, and v.111 fail for -July 12, 01 Allan lino "Srflnilinavlnn." Tho countries lo Knglpnd, Fr.incc, Holland, tlctgium land Any young lady wishing to nnallfy for Ihln grand to '.ibrc Slccjv the 1