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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD V, May 28.1913 1 6 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DSCEM8SR 1K7 by Ueihfcrldjs Herald PjblljMng Cfl.. l.t at Slrettf LeLhbrldgc, Aloerti, 4 W. A. BUCHANAN Menacing Ofreetcr Ed.torUt, Vi Albert oriil Ani Ntv.t Department 1224 T. W. QUAYLC Managing Editor JOHN TORRANCC Circulation And Jek 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE! l b' mlil 1 >4W i sreir. ojr mi i SSSf V ....I! S5s- 1 raoalb, by charged si ortea Is desired, bul both siw idfrtsses ttivea. THE DAILY HEPALO FOR AT i Ct UooV Start: J. G> Rrtxruo Co.; Jackson A andra Hotel; Dru stare; Jt Allia. AIchlnsi- N. Notthics. 8.- aW Cttj Co.: R. w. rjrjt uuvtr, a. MadtD Himlltca. Plrxehtr E. J. ULichc'Ji' D- L McCrta, Tits'" IWs Brca, Ccnpanjr. Fernle, B Feicy Btal SlrWt Sptkira -Jwnlswa Co. 7SS ATenuft- Alto en -'I C.P.R. THE WEEKLY HERALD iahta ertry TVedaeaJ.v oTa-ore ot the news of the tocal r 3 naaihs la tr.oaiha In c. INTEREST IN MONEY BYLAWS Smith ami Mr. (ivurge Slcphcn. as.llipy tlii'ii slylcd, evcrjthing they liuil in the to iviny on As to the N. R., Sir Mi'Ki'iuic is prubalily the liclicst man iu aiul Sii- Donald M.IIIM lidonys to Ihe millionaire cl.iss. Mueli of tin.' money 1m from C. N. It. consliuction, aiul the Globe puls Ihe fair qm'slioii: Hove much of money have they adventured on the of completing Die- great enterprise is controlled ami larfii-ly owueti by llicm? The people of Canada, it contenu's, are entitled to an answer becavus? as citizens of the Dominion or ils Provinces they have :it risk a vasi sum. "greater than was over into a rail- way they iliii not any people on Ihe face uf the earth." represents this in lands, cash and guaraulces of bonds. Dwelling uu this colossal sum the Globe coiK-hutes as fol- lows: "As a free gift over thirty millions have been presented in land and subsidieu, and were the enterprise to prove unsuccessful the interest on Ihe guaranlccd'lionds would be a crushing load to the western provinces. After ullitliis vast imlpouring of the public wealth and ciedit we are nowitold thai anoltier huge sum is imperatively needed to complete the-road. If that should prove lo be I rue why should not Ihe people, who are asked to put up the money, become partners in the railway? Why should a few very wealthy gentlemen, who, it is "ener.illy believed, have taken no financial risks in connection with the enterprise, own Ihe hulk of Ihe stock which cost Ihem nolhms, while Ihe people of C.mada. who put up Ihe money, obtain neither bonds nor slock in return? "The government should insist on gelling the in bonds or slock fur the money to be advmicc'd above the cuslom- ry subsidies lo all railways, and if Mr. Borden fails to do so the ppositiou should hold up proceedings until some such arrange- icnt is nintle. Even if the people were lo come into u majority iterest in Ihe common stock with but remote prospects of secnr- ig a dividend the slock could still lie used lo control the policy f the road and make competition a i-eatily. An unconditional ifl or loan of twenty-five or thirty millions to the C. N. H. will e regarded as a gross betrayal of the. public iateresl." "T1 SiE ,MAYOR is only acting iu uccordancc wilh the position lie iills in jippealing io the public, lliimi.ijh Hie press, on a inta- iunj" vliicli is. considered of beiiefit to Hie cily. Our rondels arc ratepayers will do veil So consider liis open letter which uppeurctl in bur issue of yeslerday. If there is any doubt .us io the wisdom of voting in favor of the .bylaw with reference lo the subway il ought by now to he dispelled. As the Herald has pointed out, this is iiol a sectional mailer, 1ml one which means a pulling together for the benefit of all. The atlractiou which the bylaw in question has created prove beneficial. It ought lo be Ihe means of producing a desirable interest in the money bylaws and causing every rate- payer to feel that ii is his duly to exercise his vole when called .upon. The intcresl aroused by the present case should nol be suf- fered lo he spasmodic. It' should be continuous, and nol Iricd fo special occasions. MORE MUSIC MORE MUSIC. Why not? So far as opportunities for listen ing lo the slrains of Ihe City Band are concerned we can not have loo many of them. The cily council is well-advised in seeking lo inslilule at leasl two public performances of the band and Die idea of making the centre if one is well thought out. There is nothing more agreeable, than the influence of. music provided it is good So far as the Cily Baiid is concerned lisi can be safely depended on. Besides helping in adding to Ih i llie'cifizcns'of Lethhridge, flit appreciation whic! efforts of the band are bound to receive will inslil into il I members Ihe desired encouragement. U will brine it lo tha musical' excellence which serves as Ihe hall-mark of a metro pulilan city.. i The desire for hearing good music is one generally fell, an any means to increase opportunities for this, particularly in Ih iojpcii.'iiir, are lo be welcomed. WE SELL DUNLOP TIRES Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 Slh St. S. Merely Keeping Pledges (Wlncfiwg Tritunel pcBditure increased 'couple 01 years or so? That's ing to a wcallhy oONLOp TRACTION TREAD 1913. will sec Dunlop Trac- tion Tread the feature bicycle tire. It will be the talked of tire in the Dominion. Look for the "V" trail. Dunlop Traction Tread is the only tire makes it. the lead and gel ill that's coming to you in assur- ances of safety and greatest wear. Ask jour Dttkf Tirf Trtttta TretJ K 1 tin raercly are true to their i (bit our of economy. OUR POINT OF .'VIEW Sunshine and showers make the farmer's smile a broad grin. The latest Ihing in fly swaller. Buy one. Then it. _ _____________ ;-i-_f This is a great year for Aid. Aird, director general of the Cily of Lelhbridge municipal farm. First thing wi know he Svill e "asking hands for the threshing." 11 hardly seems necessary lo repeal'the advice, hut vole on he bylaw on June 9th. The reasons have already been well ex- ilaincd. Neil Sunday is-the first of June, estimates for the year have been brought dnwu yet. :ime tbe.council was considering fhc matter: expenditure Really if is Lethhridge has talked before of slagiiig.a.swcel.pca cnrniv; this yeari There never was a time like Hie present to gel a iitlie further than the talk stage. .With an early fair this year, there is a splendid opportunity lo do something along this line. Il seems lo be faking a long time lo get (hot pence (real} signed between Turkey and the Balkan stales.' if peace and pa liencc were synonymous, il would he peace this time sure, fo patience has been very' much in evidence llic'pas't few wccksj The world-famed Calgary fighl was the subject of discus- sion in many Calgary pulpits on Sunday. The ministers rmist hove, had a hard'time'of it switching their sermons so lale in Ihe week. ABOUT THE PUI.MOTOR THE CAXAD1AX.MINING JOURNAL has (lie following Iu sa about Ihe pulmotor: Tliis-Hllle- is so simple in operation, hut is Ihe'rcstiU'of years of research, has given results that in reviving persons apparently dead. .'J many places where the necessity for such a device is fell much more often than at the ordinary coal mine, ilany men have died in chemical works, electrical planls, sleel works, and gas works, who could have been revived by timely use of this invention. The Commission of Conservation could not go far wrong recommending the provision of'a "pulmolor" for every city hospital, every large lire brigade, ami in connection wilh nil works where men run Ihe risk of suffocation by gases or dentil from electrical shock. The article will he particularly interesting fo I.elhbridgp froni Ihc knowledge of Ihe facl thai the pulmotor has been al- ready installed in Ihc local mines. Us services arc nf djs- Wilh an international iniirriagc in which'Germany and Eng- land figure as Ihe principals putting the war clouds lo Ihc had in Europe, the war mongers arc now laiking. war between .Japan and the Cnitcd Slates. .This war on paper is a great game-es- pecially for the big manufacturers of gunpowder and oilier mu- nitions of war. posal when deemed necessary elsewhere, isp-io-dale. In this matter we are V REGARDING THE C. N..R. A STATEMENT in Ilia London Timis is thai-the C. X: R. is lo secure subsidies and Joans Federal Govern- ment to "the amount of or Important information, says fhc. Toronto Globe; as lo'lhc decisions arrived Ihe Borden government frequently comes lo the Canadian people.through this channel, and for Ihii reason it believes Ibal (he slalcmcnt will probably lo be Irue, With fin's assumption Ihe (ilobc places on the Oppo-ilion the performance of a duty wilh regard to Ibis proposed grnnl which if .considers scarcely less urgent than thai which it lins so thoroughly accomplished in reference to the Xavy Hill. And Iht Globe is not wrong in (lie view il fakes, when ils reasons art re. .viewed. The Lclhbridge Turf Club has done excellent work during Is, shorl career. Now what about a race ince.1 in Ihc fall? And now i- about holding Ihe race meet next summer during-the fair Where AlberU Leads (Winntricg Free J'rcEb) Altcrta r.ot only lias a education law, but Is preparing to enforce H thoroughly. A truancy branch of the education department Is being organized, with an onlctal Iu cfaarge, and under him be a num- ber ot Inspectors, nhose duly U flu ic to inquire into aU casee of irrcgu- attendance ul or truancy from cbooh The province nil! be divided nto districts, over each of nhkh an nspeUor will, exercise Jurisdiction, nd, where Is without orce, necessary of do-' t p.ue.nts Trill take" placc.-This YlH apnear harsh and tyrannical to ur .Manitoba sinister of education, vho doss not believe .that .children boyld' be _educatcd their vishes anrl the wi.H of .th'eh1, parents. its. Duty Tbc Ser.ate has attached fo tho lighvrays Bill tbe amendment wh.kn aa mane lo the same measure by bs upper house last year. This pro- vides tfaat Hie jnones to fte appro- priated stall? mi among be provinces according to population, .asl session Ine government kfiled be bill rather than accept the amend- mentranii-wiil probably do EO again. An equitable distribution of the money :s evidently not tlie'object the min- slcrs bare tn mlad'.'but tn'e securing of power to divide tbo money among the provinces as they see fit. As Sir John A. Macdouald used to the Senate'ivas created a part of our for the explicit purpose of providing a 'ucdy which "wonl'd hold tbe scales of justice between the Provinces and the is, between those pro- vitii-c-s which happened to differ po- litically with the Dominion govern- ment of the day, and the politicians in tbat government who might wish to punish or bribe the provinces by the withholding or concession of fav- ors. The demand of the Borden ernmcnt that they be given power lo share up the hlefrn'ajs appropriation as they see fit Is a request that they be siven power to withhold a proper share ol the money from any prov- ince whose local government la Lib- eral, and to give an unduly large ehare to a province whoso provincial adminlatrallon IP in the hands ot their friends Perhaps H is not the inttn liori of the ministers to use the power In this fashion, though It they did not intend fo use it they would not likely sli for it. nnri liicru arc auinu :em uho certainly so use it R held In check by their csponsilile colleagues. In relusing to How the minister to acquire the otter of coercion and bribery [he enators are evidencing nt once, a fear understanding 4of- the duties of Senate and a correct estimate of political proclivities of the lead- ng spirits of the Borden mlnietry. NEW CHIEF RABBI OK BRITAIN PllEACHES FIRST SERMON under Ihe auspices of the club. Calgary fair raws arc handled >y the Turf Club independent of Ihc fair board, Keep tiling going. Tlic published statements Ibnl the maintenance of the Child ren's Shelter costs SfiOOO amiwilly should nol be taken to irtesi Ihal the iiislilulion is an expensive one. It probably coals' Con siderably less, but al a i! is money well spent. Tii West has nol siah it large population Ihal.ils children tire nol worth caring for. They are the greale-il assets of any coin- nuuiily. If arc lo have only one band concert a week, lei us have it on a week nighi by Park del the habit of going to llu: The more who gn, Ihe more chance there, is of impressing on Ihc cily council the need ol spending a iitlie money on frees, and grounds and nflraclions on Ilia! way. .Make mine pbec for (lie people to during Ihe even inrj, nnd I-tlitbridgc will gain n yreul deal in uUraclivcncssi may look like robbing I'clcr lo pay i'aul for Supl Heid of Ihe slrecl railway syslcm lo ask Supt.'Jlcid nf the clcc.lri cat plant for a pi-r cenl. reduction in it is really husincss. If Ihc wcrn owned by dijfcrcnl jjrivple.cpr luniilions Ihty would have lo iiidepemleiil of each other. I K places before the public (lie well-known fads llml when I is thcrtfort- businesslike to make Ihem do Ihe. same thing, even llic. affairs of Ihe C. I'. R. reached a crisis, nnd construction was] lliough they nre boll) owned by the cily and under Ihc same dt Cn Ihc point of being abandoned for lack of funds, Sir Donald) jjarlinc.nl head, Sctnc Iht Duke Street Hit cathedral of Anglo- Jewry when Dr. Joteph Hermann Hertz preached to .the' prominent Jewt of Enjlanii, Including Oe Rothschild, .Sir Marcus Samuel. Ui 'others In very Intluentiil poilllons. Herti came from Vork advent Into Brillth retented by of the k jpd" ritllh A Bid Joke ''A famous college president de- cipres that tlitre are no.new jokea." "Ah, he.docs, grimly re- Mrncd tho Old'Codger. "Well, ought to see the huibani my olece has just married and brought to live on Just For a Joke Boarding Houie Criticism 500 take tea cofTec? ever job call As iong aro you fcoin'fc tc :nko this pledge for? The OM For life, o: course. I tako U lor London Opinion. Getting On that joimg son-in-law o jours gelling oil" "Great! week ho made [n of ID) dayghltr's actual ox Her Wish A Ualtnnorf man itlh of rcctl unlrjuc nckiionlcdglng a wet ding present scnl hy him on the occ? Rton of Ihc marriaga of hu chum. "Your Iovel> Tcctlvcd wrote "J'tiil gives us 1 It Is now in tho jia hanging above the jiiano, wliprc hopo lo KCG you very noon, atn' often ns >ou God It Times. HE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- iNG COMPANY, LIMITED In the spriiig the ifefreshingproperties of our Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated lassitude is quickly dispelled by of thu pure, invigorating beverage It, an ideal Spring Tonic, and Kelps the system adjust itself to the change of season On sale in kegs for a limited time THE tETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;