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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LUTHBHTPOK DAILY I1I3KALD Tuesday, May 13, 1U13 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED OECEk'SIR IK7 IH UtthbrlcJse Ktrs'd Cs., otri tvtntr.g SMtv Strett. LtOiirldJJ. Albcrtl, Ci-jii. W. A. BUCHANAN At aiiv X fleportcrUl Arid rVt-rti 1224 T. W. QUAYLE ,'OHN TOR RANCH 1352 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES vtred fiw 1 yMn by s mcslhs, cull ll.W I catuth, by mail cbkcgtd often itslrti, b-jt both ted oil taut tt THE DAILY V1EPALD FOR SALE AT To'-icr A Ca R. IT. HamUIca. Flnchtr D. U UcCrtfc. Taber J U Broa. D.arHind Drjj pa B. Ccmpanjr. Ftrnle, e. A'o en ill C.P.R. THE WEEKLY HERALD Wednesday in eight of TT-Frt raffs suissiary of cetvs of Ihe Sccal jr3 1 la 3 KcmUu In 11-e I ia iniiul IKIS u boUci- for Hie uf Us groutli in tlio sa-tiiiiis Hum in cities. "vYIu-iv UK- L'ijuipmcnt iu race under urban ,uul rural cuiutititms it nuiy be the latter iill'onl lhti boiler ground. OUR POINT OF VIEW On- UuthsctiilJs ixnilcln'l ;i loan it is limp for vrilii's of I.ctliliridgi- (n seek Ihe lull timbers uf bili'ucc. Hiots, gnu work scorn to be fcnuponent of a slivcl ear slriUc, no m.itlcr where it takes pliuv. The of Ihe ccnnlry is builjjft sjieeehc- rcvi'al (inispcrity ;uid tinge kirjiluscb. How miti'h hiive you in louse cash liiib evening.' Tlint l..mrier drawnclratioii in Toronto Imve caused tUitlei- in the dovecots. They ;iiv liiiby orgaiiizins one for Dorden now. [INTEREST civic AFFAIRS HE MEMBERS of the delegation which wnited on the cily council with wliich will etVcct ;i reduc- tion in general expenditure, and io have a bearing on lite lax rale, did so in a highly commendr.tory" spirit. They came as an advisory; ralher than a critical body, and it only remains for the city council to revip.w Ihi-ir nrommendalions in a judicious manner. From vvlial set forth by (life delegates it is-eMdc-iit that a good deal of priming and adjustment might well bo employed from-the standpoint of economy. .The recommcuilnlinns should not escape consideration from the view that their institution not visibly effect the tax rate. Where economy can Lc practised without loss of efficiency it should be adopted. The delegation, at any rate, has lived up to the ideals of citizenship, and the moral effect of its thus approaching (he council bids fair to be wholesome, in Hie tendency it will have in arousing inlerest in civic affnirs al! around. Of this there is much.need in Lethbridgc. It is far wiser to ventilate grievances while (hey appear lo occur, than to indulge in recriminations when il is too laic. And the delegation has adopted the better plnn. Further, the interest which we have had evidence of speaks for Hie success of the coming form of commission government. The efficacy of such government depends on the interest taken in civic affairs by the citizens. This interest betokens a watch- fulness over civic affairs from the outside which is important for the well-being of the city. Whether much or iilllc follows Ihe visit of Ihe delegation to the council chamber, the example afforded is inspiriting. WHERE THE RURAL SECTIONS HAVE THE FULL 'T 0 BIG CITIES grow big men? This is the question asked by the Christian Guardian. An analysis of Ilic cabinet of President Wilson shows that svilli one exception every member began life as a boy in a small country fn the Dominion cabinet out of eighteen members all but one were born in rnrul sections C-T in small Of (lie present Provincial Premiers in Canada not one was city-born. Out of thirteen native, born general managers of our leading banks only seven were born in cities. These facts the Guardian stoles point very strongly in one itirection. and that is that the nira) sections are providing our leading men. The. city-bred appear to have everything in their favor, such as educational advantages, social busi- ness advantages and religions advantages such us cannot pos- sibly he. enjoyed save in large centres of population. Why then should il be that in HIE matter of proportion among Hie leading men of (he nations on this continent city-born should count so small a A pursuit of tlie question to arrive at some tort of satisfactory explanation would be very interesting. There may he what may be considered fundamental reasons tlie intellect rurally bred should n'se in the average to a loftier eminence than that which has had its environment en- tirely in cities. These are thus enumerated by the Guardian. The child born in a rural section inherits and develops a more rugged [jliysiijne and a greater power of endurance. Tlie coun- li-y laci, or girl, has usually the further advantage of more lime for sludy and thought. In the cily too often llw child develops u limsl unhealthy craving for excitement, and the secci-limc of life is consequently frittered away in a useless pursuit of pleas- iiic which unfits children very largely for Hie renlly serious busi- ness of life. To these conditions which may be said to handicap tlie cily .child in its general outlook, oml which tlnir influence on him, the Guardian udJ? one appear con- trary lo the orthodox view. Il is thai the child n, (lie small town is apt to acquire a broader outlook than Ihe child in (lie city. Jn the city-bred Jliere is a disposition in many casts to umlcrtiihir- and even despise rural life. The child in Ihe rural .section knows something of of rural life, and at the same lime is able .fo fully'appreciate the value of urban life. The outlook of Hit- public man who has br-cn bred in the city is apt lo (trininnte with the cily spires. All which things iire very true, and may lie Accepted as going far lo answer wlmt h being sought. Buf is there iioi something in Ilie competition nml struggle for existence in and a machine-like following of every dny duties, n'nd, for (lie.matter of (hot, social pursuits, which go far (o kill-individuality? Here it is where the cily yinilli appears lo be handicapped in arriving where his'couulry cousin has armed. While W. Jet'MiiiHj Bryan is dilatirg on pi'ace Ihe. war ghouis aie aethe, hut (lie Hryan idea is growing and is desliiicd to become domimml. Arbitration will.yet disjiluco war. It is a healthy sign lo see busy business men ;iml heavy tax- payers so deeply inlcivsled in civic affairs. In the past the com- plaint has been Unit Ihty were mil sutHciei'.tly interested. Tlie suggestion lisa! .Teddy Roosevelt be made ruler of Al- bania lie regarded us a joke, bill the very fact that lie was mi'iiluined shows largely the mime Hoosevcll looms in this old world. The Co-operative Elevator Company is busy in the province, ami il only a few shoit weeks ago the people told by the government critics that the new Elevator Act was a false alarm. The Calgary Herald is worrying about Liberal cam- paign funds, of which Mr. Oliver is said to have been treasurer. To dale the Calgary Herald's greatest Itoiifire Ben- neti, ins lin'led to rise in the [louse and make, a ch.irge. The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate and investments Owners of Morningside Suite 111-115 Sherlock Bldg. PXJ.Box 1979 Phone 1291 The prairie country will hi; pleased lo cat li. C. fiuil, pro- il can be purchased when needed and at rtvismiiihlc prices. The big kick prairie people is ovr the price charged. Ill makes fruit a luxury whereas il should be one of the necessaries of life. 'There seems lo be too much dallying about (lie subway by- law. The C. R K has gone its full distance; why doesn'l Hie cily hustle? It surely is not necessary 16 have a bad accident lo facilitate progress. What Others Think The Editor Is MilWrted (Piliciic-r Creek Echo) A large gang of rcen arc flow busily in building a dike along the north eitJe of'Katn strevt. Cily uitlc- Ills call a sidewalk, but we are of the opinion that comparatively few reople would carfi to tread its (tizzy heights. The slraclure sidewalk, dike, levee, or njiate-. er it tae Echo office somewhere between 5ccks1 iiiid we liavf not TCC Ti-hether uIH have our main en- trance through Ihe eecor-d story trin- iW3. or through a chute down onto the firrt fioor. In (te fficantirac, noneicr, o-ir jial- rons can communication u-ltt tho editor hy a rock tbTough the or dropping a tin can down the chimcsy. will then find some nas- of pelting you info our if yon one any- tblng You cr.n jump lrv slide in, rcll in or tumble it >ou can't g2t in, inst throw your money The PrTvy Council (feain Growers' An important and interesting debate tcok placo In on.the ques- tion of tie tlesiraQility ot UtnUlug the right of apvtal In Canatllan cases W (the Imperial" Prity Louucli' Stveral members of the the vrlth the exceptton of cases involving constitutional Canadian courts should have final power to Interpret and administer Canadian Uws, anfl wt irusl that a result ol this discussion action be tafcon hy parliament to establish the authority of the Dominion to deal with its own affairs. There are 3i; good reasons (uis should be done. The coirmlltee of tho Pr Ccur.cH, whith is composed of emin- ent English jurlgos, who are mera'Ders of the House of T.ords, is Jiolorioiis for ils vtry strong regard for "ves which in many can-3 [he better described as Stated j ar.d the remits of appeals in which Toronto anrt Canid- 'ian cities and. munlcipr.Hties have been concomcd show that ivhen Ihe rlgbla o: (be public are opposed to the prh- lleges.of s. coriiAtatEou the pcoyte very of fucceerttug be- fore tUo Pi Ivy CouaciU Tht fact that the JuJges of tee Trhy CuucrU Hve in an entirely different' atinospbere from tbai of tWe couUrr inaXes It for them to have a know- of iho conditions sentlmeat are laws aud whfch bavo a bearing on tbelr tn- terpretfttfon and this has led In man; ctses to their'reaa-ng luto.the sta- tutes which r.o one In this y would think of The dlHicuUy involved In carry IDS cases to tbe Privy. Council affy'they hav0 pasaed tthrougb the Provincial and Federal" couvcs, also eriously lUlgapti ol JlmJi- ed means -who (o fight interests End corporatfons, aad there have" teen rfiaTiy" occasions Vhen per- sons who had a good'casa have bten compelled to submit to injustice or to accent a compromise bccaiise of tbeir to-pursiia the milter lo a court thousand's ot miles away and to coucEel at tren-.enclo'is The Scottish people on the-forzcstioc of tb'a union with Eosl2Dd insIeterJ that tneir courts should have the fical decision of Scottish cases, and there troutd to be even stronger reasons vrhy (he same principle should govern in Canada The oily circam stances mirier wbfcti it should be ne- cessary to go fo .in English, court to drclde Canadian casts, are when con- jitttullocJt are ai Issue, when he rtgbt of the Canadian Parliament o do certain things or to pass cer- ain IB Questioned. Tbcre would be no great If OJT own corjrls to'declde of this Llod, but "when a man who loses a leg ;hrousrh the negligence of a street company fans to go to London o set damages It Is obviously a bad and unjust system- Australia has al- ready curbed appeals to the Privy Council should do like- rrfse. Look through the smoke-rings ET ttmpt >rjj to rrbjr (he itnin, srnoolJiinj; bnb, the blue-while the urlhcr rliion tlie and ihanlt CnhzX junard tn I for the ihc ft.UiK thirgj joy see. Havanas R. FOR SALE (Or AVoulil Trade if Coaxed Just a Little) IN WASHINGTON A Section of gootl laud in the Big Bend country, west of Spokane. A bfsutltut 10 acre trad hlgbly Improved, 2D rnllsa east at Spokane, located 05 lo school etc., elx acrea boar- Jcp orchard. In Spokane, a 7 roomed house, well located, corner lot, 150 x 150 enough bearing for a 'lly. Oa cat line aid closo to and an Ideal home alto. O. T. Lathrop FARM LANDS FABM LOANS LE1HBRIDQE, STAFFORD BLOCK ALBERTS THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. i LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, InsuraficePoliciea or other valuables in one of these boxes FTjnrJtEB INFORMATION >PPLT TO Uthbridge Branch C G, K, bourse, Mgr, An Unusual Look "0o yo'i think tiis new photograph mother looks like her, .ked the daughter. "Xo, I replied, the father. "Wat dp yon suppose ia the matter "Why I suppose the man told >OUT mothiT to Inok pleasant and she was trylnp to do statesman. Like a 'Lady saH the itttlt rlr'l's mo- ther, is ho 'was entertaining visitors, "you come so noisily that >ou could be heard Ul over the house, Xow go lorli and cone downstairs l-Vancas retired and ia a fetv mo- ments re-entprcd the parlor, "Did you bear me come doiva that time, "Ko, my dear, that time you came cioftn like a lady "Yes, explained the child, '1 slit! Icy Vork GSO'JQ, His Name She rar.Mckcd trery noiel, And dictionary, too, Bjt nothing ever printed Kor her baby's name would 4o; Iho present and Ihe i past, And she him When they christened him ai last: Julian UaroU Egbert Ulysses Paul Algernon Marcus CcrJ] Sylvester Ocoree Mcl'all. Hut after all the troiihle She'd, taken for his sake, His father called him Fatly, And hii schoolmates called him -lake. Iiting In YOTS Times. Yeslerilayj Ycur are dead- Today, ah yes, totlay Is now, and latge, and In Ks far-reacMng way. J .know U Is To whoilr forget- To nein- dreaTl of Imposslble, and ft la the wise soul turns his faca Ton-ard every new-hoin Anil shvns the past May from Win, It is th.i only nay. Your >e6teri5-ij3 arc dead- Today Is to Hall to Its slar. >o'i tollrfK all. And light unfold. And when lour loved onee aivB) Vour sorrow Bliould he Jtcp But you should realize The Shepherd His sheep; The spirits of the blest live on, Toeing along through, space, iVe should not weep too bitterly; Think ot the Joys they face. Your jeslerdays are The Joys and Borrows brought Of yesteryear noir lock away, Kxpericncc they" taught. In the great current ot today Your work >ou bave to do; So don't elt down with old SH down with soniethlag now, JlesponsihJIit.j- IB gooO And hope's a Inistj- friend; Just get acquainted with them bold; For stimulus tliey lend; (r Free Trips to Europe For Ladies of Alberta Calgary Newspaper Will Send Kiflten "Uonnla Lassies" (o Scoiland, England, France, Germany, Holland, Bel- gium, and Young Lady may Quali- fy for Will Select the Members of Tour Invited from tliia Com- munity. The Calgary Nens-Tolegram announces lhal os .5'tly J2lh It wlil (aKe a part yof 15 JOOTB ladlM on a niily-ilay tour of tlie roiinlrlea ol cipgnsoa to 'jo paid the NOTE Telegram Ttio 16 young ladlea who will enjoy this ivoniertnl tour aro lo bo selcclcil dy Iho public In a Oracil Vollng Contest, which will conr J.-jonce May JD, and Juno 30. A cordial Invitation Is exlemlwJ lo inn people of this to nominate soung ladkb tor in (he European Tour parly. Thr; content is upon to ladlis rcaldini; In Alberta and Rastcrn Uritlsh The jiarly it-Ill Ir.ive In B Falare Sleop- Ing Car on July 7, ami ,all for Kuropo July 12, on Ilic pnfatfal Allan lino stcatnor "Scandinavian." The connlrlui (o bo vMted aru Scotlnnil, England, Krancc, Germany, Holland, Belgium nnd Skitter- land. Any young lady winning to iinnllfy for Mils grand toiir, oni frlend.i wsrlns to nominate iailies tor th-> honor, snoiild urito lor particulars Utc Iho couj.ou for the purpofn Free Tour Coupon .1913 TOUR EDITOR. BOX 2072, CALGARY, ALTA., Dear n-url full parlicularb In rcsnrd tti tha Krco Tour of Kurorc Campaign to; NAME AMXUESS........................................ (Signed) ;