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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Papre 4 THE T.ETnBRIDGE DAILY UK IIA LI? Rnliirrtwy, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED Editorial, AeportorUl And Newt Ocpirtmant 122-1 W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLt Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCE Buslntti Muntgtr Circulation And Job 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I rear delivered 1 year, by mall t monlV.s, delivered m. 1 months, .s. 1 monUi. delivered I by mall 1 month, by mall 24c. Addrcue (Haired, frnl both musl riven. THE DAILY HEPAUD FOR SALE AT CTORS Cru? Jt M. Northam. Doofc Biore; J. O. Kobtnson Crarxbrook, B. Beatlit and JG Co.; JacksJn Atchlnioa. Clareiholin-O- Ralntcka Sloro, Kenny All.n. Diamond City Co.; R- W. Crutj Ccw D. Tab Co.; R- mllton. ier J- K Drue 4 I Company. Fcrnie, B- Beat _. Diamond City O. World Tflda Companr- Mlnnaapohs .Brown Brovn. H9-4IR Street. Ttsa J son Xawa Co., "05 Htverfiile Avervuo. Alia on ill C.P.R. tralna THE WEEKLY HERALD Fubttahed every Wednesday J i.-i I mor.Lhs in advacc nlh In Advance fouiiSL'Ks and honellcuil object lessons of this'yonr's Arbor Dnyf imd Ihe HernUl looks upon tliu movement as tine tVanglU with immense possibilities so fur us Ihe future, of I ho city is concerned. SIOTHEU'S DAY Lei us remind you ouec more of the very newest slugun: "S the lly." CaljjKry has just passed money hylitws nulhoriziiii! liie ox- pwidituro cif (if a million dollars. Lethhridge should not he afraid lo tackle a subwcry mid lillraiion iilnnt cost- in" lillle mere than The common drinking cup may no! he used al communion in Frederick, Sid., any more licciuise il is agiiiusl the hylmv of the city. Here is u chniK-e for [he Lnlhhridm.- city fathers to put another statute on the bonks. How about Ihe vacant lots this year? Are they, lo inu'i" more their humper crops of weeds? Someom1 is respon- sible, .-mil whoever Dinl person is, hi: sliould see In il that the weeds are checked in lime. Are they all to liu consigned lo the pigeon liole for another year- the (Utrnlinii plniii, tlie public abattoir, the public library? ilardy old perennials, they will pop up n.nuin ni-sl year and give Illc council something lo talk about in quiet liiiu'.-i. The Lucky Strike fanner with the record breaking crops Jives in Ihe right district. Lucky Strike is well named, nUhougV they would probably think themselves more lucky down that vay if one of the railroads wcriild hurry alciiijj in time lo take Ihc binnpei- crops lo market. THE INFLUENCE wrought on many n life by a good nxolhev has been inestimable, and il is therefore only in Ihc fitness I of things Hint one day in the calendar should be set apart for her special honor. In the observance of this we are only carrying out a sentiment the noblest in the human race, the existence of which is not only a mark of the highest civilization, but serves to differentiate the human race from the brute creation. A mother's Jove has become (he proverbial expression of all thai is purest. In no greater way is this manifested than in our lender helpless years. It is curiously enough one of those (flings which we appreciate only in retrospecl, for in I he ordin- ary course of nature we are not-in the position of sensing the care and solicitude at the time bestowed. In (he West with a population of whom numbers are young people away from home, the special day calls for a special duty.1 In the ordinary routine of business and other piirsv.ilE lb? to the mother is apt to be forgotten. The receipt of this counts a great deal more to her than Hie mere act of writing. Here then is. an opportunity afforded for rectifying carelessness in home correspondence and for forming resolutions for. regular writing. This is one of the least things which young people can do. Mother's Day will furnish something of wholesome occupa- tion if we sit down and run over mentally what the mother in the days at home has done for us. If in the Ihoughls which the day is intended lo bring there comes to some of us a memory of u duty neglected, and in consequence a hasty effort is made lo rectify it, who shall say that, in the joy it will bring, Mother's Day lias not proved at least in one instance something of much value. It was a mighty good sluut tlio liny C'o, pulled oil yestei- duy when they liaudc-d out n. couple ot thousand trees lo lite school chil- dren. If they grow, the Day' should he selling plenty of hammocks n a lew >enrs 10 SW'UIK i" shade of Ihc big trees e taird ol the manor, anil landlord it over woiihl-L'e tenants of the citjr turc on the river bottom Speak- ing of SVotdi The who doesn't sro iho 'st crot> ever in the ytescnt 1-ripht shouldn't lie allowed to live, seeing it- FOR SALE (Or Would Trade if Coaxed Little) IN WASHINGTON A Sucthin of in the Big IJcinl country, west of A beautiful 10 aero 'tract highly Irapruveil, 20 rallcs cast o( SiKihanc, well locnlcd as to school, iimrltols. etc.; elx acrcn licar- ing orchanl. In Spcknnc, n T roomcil house, well located, corner lot, 150 x ISO cnoiigii bparlne trull lor a fiunlly. On car lino and to Echoolf (Kid an (deal homo O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FARM LOANS LETHBRIDGE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTA analyzed and reunited uy the entaiires of the irest. N'on- lor lour months nothing tnj been hoirj ot he mutter. The Inv.-BliBatlon lias lot been, clqacd, but (ho Railway TninmlEHlon has .I'clii no sidings lit :onnectlon w'llu it and no annomice- ment has been mnde ns to when It will ho rfsumed. To the mitElner It oohs as if llio had been eivcd the bril- HELP ALONG A GOOD WORK HAVE OEEN SOME in this cily rnlher' disposed lo rc- gnrd tlie Iravellers' aid work of the T. U. as unneces- sary Those lamilinr with .the work have tried to offset this con- coption, anil such tangible "results as the proicciing ot an inno- cent young foreigner from the hands of a lascivious creature us reported in-the papers yesterday, furnished ns good evidence as is possible of.Ihe very dccitlcil need of such work. When the j at large on a street car tai1 .ladies undertook to employ a deaconess they assumed targe lorlheni lown is to talk about how besl to lay out a cily, what would the same city planners say of Kdmohloii and Lelhbridyc, where tilings were not lalkcd of but actually.done? Wide streets .11 id plenty of parks cost money bul the lime is coming when Lelhbridfie people will appreciate, more keenly the wisdom of the men who-have mude provision for the big breathing spaces! Although our Conserviilive friends tried to stampede the farmers into voting the Siflou. govqrn'mcnl because of Hie ninny anil nwful results which woukl follow the passing of the Farm Bill, a cnse iisis just JJL-L-II Calfiary courts showing the need of jusl such a bill to protect the farmers. Meantime the 'machinery companies arc doing business at the same old stands, with prospects of a little bettor business than ever if the salt of the earth, the farmers, reap the crop they are just cxprctmg. idea of transplanting the first tree ever plnnlrd in tho scofiers save him the lai'gh. He call- ed their blurt lo ;be tune, of a hun- dred, and rather Ihan shut up, they nut up. had that tree nursed nloiin must tenderly all last summer, and ac the leaves rieoptiiK forth this spring, tic said it looHeil like a hunilrt-d to him, smd he didn't mind it he did take. it. Ou6ht to call tlie. tics "OW Hundred." BETWIXT AND BETWEEN the and play a lone hand it's ten to oae to.lm'll Hud the cards against him. show pii Hie new pair" of lans, and, know now that we made no mistake rcridcmy finil you hart tried to fcick taking him away from Saginaw. Did you ever hiking -.across street- corner, sUutting a little a liiilc through "a bucket of grease, Revive a lillle ot. the old boost syiir- Just lit that used to male tam- iinancial rcsponsibiliiics, and in order (o avoid embarrassing solicited tlie aid of the business men. Generous as- sistance, .was promised and in nearly every instance where a promise was made the man making it has honored it cheerfully on demand. The, work is worthy of thernqsl generous considera- tion of every one, and the ladies of Ihe W. C. T. U. should given the encouragement merited so beneficial n movement." The fathers of this city who haye children oci-asiqu- ally without the, company .of their parents should SIDC. in the cx- nucrcs- brogucs costs five plunfcs. a ncw pair oi A couple ol Macleorl police 'last week. Well, can you iilarr.e thcml Jos. P. Tracy has received plenty preliminary advertising anyway.' Another week and the filtra it J. P. lives up In his reputation as 1 lion plant is still as far eft as ever work'. Who will take liie blame next spring account, 'everyone oaglit' to he- the Up asaiii roughs lip quart hind'lilm and give him the boost and titles of slightly adtlltpralcd mini the" gl..i: i'.aud. I! lie has to sit in 'The Chid of the City Dails is liomi What Others Think mletlnltely postponed drop allogether. The course, Tvould he ver; were done, and it la nllcivctl Tallovij-s, Precaution Needed {Northern Neva) Three tUattu and fourteen cnsea of glad If this commonly re- Hut not only the beads of the railways, but their friends (ho link- ers. have been exerting their Influ- ence with the government to havo tho Investigation ahanilonetl. It has bEcn stated in tlie press, nnd not de- nied RE far as we have been nulo lo discover, Sir Edmund Woltav C.V.O., LjL.D., IXC.L... irreslilcnt of tlio Canadian Bank of Commerce nml di- rector of many Inrfle companies, and Z. A. Lash, 7C.C., I.L.D., vIcn-lTcsldcnt of the Canadian ot Commerce, director of the C. N. U. ami of numcr- ous other conwrRllons, have urged niton Premier norden thR necessity oi slopping, the InvcstlEnlion and venting any reduction In western t rates.' The railways undoubt- edly" have rmiiir rery nKtulo nnd able advtacra in Ihelr flf-iircs and arfcumstitr. to disprove tho cfiso Jiiaiie on hchalf of the- jicoplo that MIR freight ratee charged In tho west itiidtily hlffh- ftnd dlsorlm- Innlory. Having fallod lo defend thcniselvos in open court, the rail- ways are apparently endeavoring hy secret reiiroscnidtloiiu to the govern- ment to havo tho case withdrawn. Tho Commission on April ?3 idcMl down a ilccialbn rartlnlly re- Ihc juatlco of the comjilalnt against high and discriminatory ex- press rntes and ordering a reduction of 20 per cent. In westorn oxpresa charges, it niay bo thnl nn nltempC will he made to appease, the demand of the wesi for jusllco by" this con- ypholrt fever twrcurred Cleveland, n first fortnlglil of April, as a result or iJiijuirc water. No doubt the health officer und cHy council are looking after tl'u water supply In lo prevent n similar occur- rence here, iiKJclfils and service, hut a year's effort Ihe combined Ingenaity oC these men has not been sufficient to produce facts. cession, but, on the contrary, this success shoujd encourage those who arc fighting for fnir piny to the west and them to rEtloublo their ef- forts to secure substantial freight rate redui-tlons. The Question as to why the Investigation ia not hclnE pro- ceeded with raised In the. House of CoinitToiiB cm Vriday last, and tho only expression that uas forthcoming wns that the couiual for the Uomln- Jcn were conferring Stntes experts as to conJHioris across ]ine. This seems to he n very poor excuse nnd it certainly will 110' remove the suspicion in iho minds oC the people of the 'woat thtit ln- fluencea aro ftt work to have tho freight rate Investigation indellnltcly delayed and finally perience of the young, stranger referred io the risks any girl runs in going from home unprolccted. Every movement which lias for its object the protr-t-.lion of the girls should therefore call for Ihe warmest and most practical sympathy. This case be- came notorious on account of its boldness. There are scores of instances every month in which the travellers' aid helps Ihe young woman, and also the weary mother travelling with Ihe family, and very frequently with an almost empty purse. There should he no liesilaticy on the part of every well wish- er of such work in coming forward with the most liberal assist- ance possible. Help Ihe ladies in doing good. BEAUTIFYING THE CITY SUCCESS of Hie Arbor Day distribution of Irets and Ihe int'jrcsl shown by the children in the event should htive far reaching, beneficial results. The re.snlis will not be seen so much this mil it the great ihujuriiy of iiiu Ireus the Vviitching of Ihe development will stimulate Ihe children lo a keener zest in nalure sliidy and cily beautifying, and there is no doubt but iha.1 Ihe next. nnd. following years will .sec a larKe increase in the number of Irecs planted around the homes of Ihc city. The bareness of Ihc prairies makes even one lonely Ircc welcome sight, and to have trees lining every strecl and surrounding every home would make Lellibridgc a regular paradise us n home cily. There has been more progress Inade in this cily in tree planting (ban in nr.y other prairie cily, and the results arc already appar- ent. There however, wide scope for improvoinenl, and Hie movement sinrlcd yesterday by Hie Hudson's Bay Co. in dis- tributing trees should result in a steady increase in ihc beautifying of Lelhbruigc. The children will not forge I Die wise "Tlie oar of f.ho "hour" it lins ninny seasons! But it's moro llian flm: now. It silonc "Ihc universal car." Xotliing but merit L-uulc! huVG so oiiorp.jou? fi demand for it. lU'Ucr yours today. There are mnrc f-'ords nn tlio worltlT, testimony (o their nnexrclJcf] car all f. o. Onl. particulars from AV. VIJSTVK f232-3rd Avenue South. LethbrMge Fop Principle (AlhtirLa rederaHonlst) Tfie disrupting intluonce of the critics who let envy blind their judg- ment has had ita effect In District U. M. W. of A-1 Clem Stuhbs, than wliora there ia union official in all Canada, has handed In hla re- signation 'to the executive hoard of his district, fly doing so he shows he la not running away from his rtelract- orfi, but is taking a. poslllon ho can force tliOTii to mme onf fa the a in1 litjht. TD give some Idea of the nnturc of the controversy, U he suited that in the last elec- tion lie strongly supported John O. Jones, vice-president of the district. for election as a I.nhor candidate In Letlihrldgo. This Incurred the en- mity of (lie Socialists, who, not sat- isfied that the miners' iin Inn papet was supporting (heir cendldate, C. M. O'Brien, wanted to use the ofMcL.ii union pnper to. heap upon (hoee ofi'EnidTs "n-ho to nhldo hy dlntates ns to rKilltlcal action. And this notwUhstandlng the [act that Jones' tf-flg endorsed hy Ix'thbrWg'c locals of the nnlnera' union. The Siubb's IK maXljig Is one of principle and' nnlCfiR. Iho CEUIU fHoment "w the union rnnks support htm, tho ex- ill rnrry their narrow poli- cies to where they kllJ the eJTtct- lyeneaa of thft miners' union. (Grain llrowern' Gllldo] What has become of Iho 'west plght rale enquiry? Tim cmn was commenccfl in Kehntary, 1312 nd on April 10. 1HIJ. ihn Jlnilwa) Commlfision decided- that.n prfm3 fanio case had been nndo'nnt tha R'efitcrn .rrftight rates unjtistl: hiKli, anil thit tho tariffs showed un just diJKrlmin.iUon npftlnfit the west The rullTiK placed upon Iho railway of jHBtlfyllif: Ilicl charfiefl and tho enrinlry was anlo to Bivo them lime to prepare the) deCenco. After aomo months th ;navlo 'their reply. whJcli was Free Trips to Europe For Ladies of Alberta Calgary Newspaper Will Send Fifteen "Bonnie Lassies" to Scotland, England, Krance, Germany, Holland, Bel- gium, Any Young Lady, may Quali- fy for Will Select the Members of Tour Invited from this Com- munity. The falsify NowB-Tclogrnm nnnouncos that on July 12th it will lake n nnrt rot 15 young Indies on a slyly-day lour ot tlio fnmoiis countricE ot expenses to DC paid hy tho Ncwu-Tolosram Tho 13 young ladles who will enjoy this wonderful tour arc lo he selected by iho public In a Grand Voting Contest, which vri'.l -.oni- mcnce May 19. eloso June TO. A. cordial Invitation ia extnmleil to tlie people o( this rammimlty to nominate youne lailies for mcmhcrahlp '.n the European Tour partr. The conlest la open to residing In Athorta and Kastern British Columbia. Tho Newa-Telcijrani party will Inave VVlnnlpcR In Pnlaco aleop- InK Cnr on .July 7. and will sail for Europe July 12, ou tho palatial Allan lino steamor "Scanillnavlnn." Tim In bo vlsltei! nro Scotland.-England. hT.inct, Germany, Holland, nelgliim anil Swltzer- Innd. Any young lady wlehtiiR to qualify for this grand lour, nnd frienrtn wlsliing to nominate Indira lor the honor, should write for particular! UBC Iho coupon for Ihc rrlrpoeo. Free Tour Campaign--Inquiry Coupon TOUR EDITOR, BOX 2072, CALGARY, ALT A., Dear scml full particulars In regard lo the Tr Tour of Kurofio Campaign to: NAME ADDIIBSS ;