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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.-RTIIBRIRCE DAILY 31.1013 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEM-IB ,t Lelhtrlij. Hef.ld PuNll-iIng Co., Itentrg iu streei. t-eUitriiise. AitertJ. W. A. BUCHAHAN PHONE! Ktportcrlil And tiiMt Department 1224 D'reclcf 'T. w. OUAYLE Edltw JOHN T03RANCE PHONll Advertising Circulation Icb 1252 I delivered I mon-.hs, delivered, V- 1 Delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 t deaths, by niU 15 tvt bolh DIM fca riven. THE DAILY. HEPALO FOR SAtB AT ...K-rligt-IMi Drwr i N- Ncrtlivn. Ecolr Slorf. i. G Rofctrusii Crtnt.-ook. B. Co.; Jackson Ca: .ucMnsaa. ttors; Keuar city-Diamond City, Co.; It- W. Uruj Co. Htmlltoa. Vtr.ceavtr, a. Xews Compini. Plniher J. D. -Bris: Book Jamlewa Company. Co. intense Avtntie. Fernlt. a. Heal Browa Jamlewa O Avenue. an C.P.R. THE WEEKLY HEKALO PuVUi-4 ererr la t'rhl oV more ana canlaiaa a. EumnSr ol the news of tie week, local and ililricl 1 year In 3 In iconlhs In advBEce ........He. of il. There is no dunsi-r. Tlie HrilisU hire men 23 .mil Cnnudinn'mothe rs and'sislm suffer no loss. As fur Ihe money, Ontmio will pay for il, mul Hie West will nay for il. 11 will not your sons fruin your homes, as the in- fernal l.iuii-icr would ilo." Fwllier, the bill vviis forced through ttic House under cir- cuinslances which bordered on Ihe tyrannical. Minority rights ,-ere (rumpled on, and to lovers of fair flay, the whole as singularly modifying. '1'he nilcs of (lie gjmc altered the game was in progress. Apart frohi any oilier view, us would lie sufficient to justify the in ill lal it adopted a refeiee-likc attitude. Tlw Navy Bill hns inel wi'.h ils dcserls; ami it may be takqn ha! tins is a foretaste of what will be its fate should the Goy- liave the iKsr'Jihnnil to make it a popular issue, liut, ike Ihe children of (he world, Ihe Borden goveinment, it is np- ilircnt, will be wise in its generation, and will deem llial. in Inking its rclurn 16 power on ils naval policy, diserelion will lie he betU'i' part of Hie valor necessary to cause il Io conn; before lie people. ._____________ IF YOU KNOW CANADA YOU'LL WONDER AT I OUR POINT The president-elect of the conference thinks ministers are well paid. The Herald doubts ;if he con line tip many ubie-boilieti'nidi io :igrce Fifty-one to twenty-seven in the isjusl :is likely to represent public opinion us a-rmijorily tln.vjl'.unimous-mude up of Nationalist votes. The C. P. H. is losing ;i valuable man in Mr. McMullcn, but lie is going to the L'nion stock yards of Winnipeg, where good men are essential. THE PROPOSED ORGANIZATION The seven months' war in the Balkan Slates is over, and it is safe guessing Hint the big Powers will sec to il llial il remains over. THE PROMOTERS of i: Commission and the .Southern .Refrigerating Alberta. Co-operative Company, Limited, 'Hie are about to embark on a laudable enterprise. designation may long, but it is in keeping with, the large programme mapped: That much good will issue should the scheme. materialize is apparent. It should receive every encouragement, and' for wholc-hearleil support. The Herald -has limp to lime dwell, on the necessity ts outlined. They will mean much The C. P. H. has earned gratitude in "the reiidy response to Ihe demands of, tbfc' jvool growers for. shipjiing facilities r n n hn (Wn'tivrrilicism some of but i .spiiie of but most ol ofimanv of tnc j-_. development 'of-IxiUibndge. The plan entirely contains 'gam67 the essence of what co-operation means, and for that reason is entitled to much respect. _ 1 The move is decidedly an ambitious one, but, even if nil ils projects cannot be successfully accomplished, the bringing .of many of them into being .should prove of material assistance. Though of some magnitude, il tan hardly be said to be-Ulapiari. the elements of.practical.wi.sdom, and, if efficiently or- ganized, vviil fulfil all it claims it will be the means of bringing about. SIR WILFRID LAL'RlERJn his speech on the third reading of Ihe Navy Bill, said lhat he was being attacked by the NatiouiUsts on the pne side, .a.nd .by the Imperialists on Jhe other. USC Of to-'the'tendency drawn bclween _.. observes that Sir Wilfrid used the word, perhaps, ..without weighing- bis .though Imperialism were opposed to the Canadianism represente'd by the Liberal naval policy. .But the Montreal Herald lias interpreted Sir Wilfrids thoughts wrongly. When lie spoke of it may he safely said that he did so wilfully, having in mind Ihe cant which in Canada 1ms come to be associated with the word. So far as the Dominion is concerned, "Imperialism" has lost its significant flavor, and for this, undoubtedly, the Conser- vative party leaders and press are to blame. The word has been so-played with for purely'parUzan purposes that instead of being an expression conveying Hie loftiest and best Ecnlimeius of a United Empire, it has been degraded into a parly shibboleth. And in ore's the pity. It is time that "Imperialism" was returned to us propc significalion, and the responsibility rests with those who hav been instrumental in dragging it to ils present level EXIT, THE NAVY BILL THE FLASH from Ottawa, published yesterday morning, proved to be a veritable flash in the pan. It was hardly to lie- expected that the Senate would have acted as the intimation suggested. The true facts of case came to light later on, and showed that the second chamber in no way shirked the re- SjionsibiHly placed before il, and declared tha! the Navy Bill should go where it ought to go, to Ihe people, who have the right to decide on a national measure. Now the country will await the developmcnl of the govern- mcnl policy. II would he vain Io imagine thai there will he an appeal to Ihe counlry. Yet in its failure to do so, the Gov- ernment will be tacitly admitting (hat, in spite of its loud-voic- ed assurance in Ihe popularity of its measure, il has ils doubt 'somewhere deep down that it will so appeal to the people of Canada. The Conservative press has proclaimed lliat Ihe. Senate, should it reject the Navy Bill, would be signing its death 'warrant and giving the latest testimony to ifs uselessness. This, after all, is a matter for public opinion. But public opinion is not HO much concerned af prcsenl wilh the action of Ihe Senate, as the wis'dom, or otherwise, of'lhc Borden policy. In face of. the strong opposition to the Navy Bill in th House-of Commons, the Senate, no matter what its prcdominal ing political complexion, would have failed in ils duty if it had nllowed the measure to go through. Ths majority which sup ported it contained (he names of twelve Nalionalisli, who did no for the'reason expressed in L'Evcncmenl, the chief 1'rcnch Con- servnlive paper of .the Quebec- This is how it placed Ihe policy before "il is-only a gifiV money. -Jim will never hear any. more aiK o ii. 'iind aUilJiieral's x'' -6rg Isn't it a fuimj The City-Council should decide the as'stfenuui! on a fair am and wittioul fear "or favor. 'VytTherc lire ma- cities high assessments imd low laxiales, because the impression-made, abroad. It does ngl, however, all'ccl the local laxpayprl'. If the of organizations carry through a ccnlral distributing market project il will prove of incalculable benefit to the farmers. The movement deserves the heartiest co-operation 'of every farmer and busi- ness man. 5 NrX a few thuujht it would be impemible to on One can hardly tHem. motoriaU travelled over our country JoifW Asia-Rentable-condition, of the traili. They felt lii-i no tires could be made which would up (He drirer unwillingly would forx.d-io put on them. 5 The'iucceii'bf Dunlop Traction Treads proves that the trip vni'M impossible and that tires are capable of doingv-iythiif which a nibber-rnide article could scientific- Jly Io do. Tlie driver of die car, F. V. H-n'ey, sayi: "EXinlop Traction Treads never skidded once on that terribly'e-acting journey of miles." Could a tire receive. more.enduring convincing praite than q Thomai W. Wilby, newspaper writer, who the trip, confirms Haney in his praise of Dunlop Traction These men ought to know. 'While they completed a trip which the average autoist will probably nerer undertake, at Uje i_rne time, if Dunlop 'Traction Tread tires are not found wanting in the tMt poarible to give tires, it is pretty safe to say that they wil! more than make good in any test that every dsy use can give them. TRACTION TREAD TIRES FIT fVfiy- RIM -Mf LARGEST TIRES MADE-1N-C AN ADA AND NEVER RIM-CUT FROM ACTUAL All the .Conservatives volcd against a, motion by W. F. Jilc- ig for the doing away pf and mnkijig .llieni as loisi ;as cnslefnjjufes.; ,0f B. Bennelf.'thc "Alberta farmer's; voted ag- know If Mayor Hardle ellshes flrinltlng water by he city watcnroris dep-rtmenl. For pvrve beats'tbc band.. -_' J j uii.1 uiu motion. BETWIXT AND BETWEEN A-1' "'speaking pt bands, Ihc local orgar.imlor. wouia get itselt In right witli (he people It they would; glvo a Weekly concert at the lake, os re- quested by tbe Couacil. hBB a fine rep'itr.tlon. but Ihty can't al- ways nlay upon their repuUtlon. Pco- like to hcer thsjri, occMloniUr pi-yicg on banil Instrumonls. The band can't say that tbe cltlzecs cot clone tbe square tblng. The or nanizallon has been furnished win of the best band leaders In the and now a new set'of Ir.stru Is are on l-_ way. We all adml IL Isn't a lot ol fun turning on from Deleetlve The 'too doesn't claim the running champion- ship for any distance, so. after the victim got a good start, the Eireeanl flagged, the Chief to Uke up the albbs. -.He illd.-'ani cautht his quarry hu.odrei yardi. Ther'ili'one run- ner on the Ths at one time champion speed art Bt on.the Toronto force. An Accounting t Vs.n poor night, eh1 poor, but noaeet. No pjases given tonlgbU Tlie Man's Enjoyment that's tome clllt! to fasclnite you. That's the wsy m Aesk loo'x when I get back. WE SELL DUNLOP TIRES Lethbiridge Cycle Co. iio.sth st; s. have sold Ihilr near Middletewn, Ohio, to United Brethren for GATE.WAV The Homes of Lcthbridgc. By entering'. through this gate you can meet. ALL the family circles in the city, 'because the Building Inspector and the Secretary of the Business. Men's Association say, that.- there's a gateway for every home, the gate opens in the evening, when the Jamily have the leisure io cultivate your acquaintance, Mr, Business Man i ING COMPANY, LIMITED THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALT- latlve If tbe band v.ould aeaent. ist think ot the run It -would be to SOOT Ihe lake on the "Wbocrp- i-ith the band whooping it up on shore. Those names Joe hns grabbed olf r bis. Henderson Park fleet would afce one thick he was going out to full tlcilKea sun dunce. They arc strjrlc, anyway. Five nollars reward for the Sherlocfc olnies will run down the inys- ric'ii! petition In opposition to the ubwy Clly all. Eicrjbcds's talking about the nnch who are trying (o hook over i nockout punch on the subway bylaw. ;o one located yet. They ve as myths. Ihcy ave thrown n scare Into tlie pro- who want the bjlaw to go hrouxh. It's a safe bet the Hull loouers will get out tbe biggest volo scorctcd bere on a f cw moons. One of the arguments adianced by he rnylns who are opposing the Ijy aw is that It Is dofeattd ths C. I S will havo to build tha any way, and then II won't conl the city cent. I.el us two a word Inlo car, Mr. "The C. Y. R. ha yet'to earn a rcpulallon (or twins 1 tho game for charily." There are policemen who can't iu Then again there are some who ca IiC-thbrldffe one wbo can. T other nlghl "he" l'ollcc wc rounding up the-liuncti of floaters w accmcd of cutllr.g the cloth oft a man to no sure of getting h money, of thorn inado a bre In the refredfiing properties o Batter Bock Beer are appreciated lawitude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage It is an ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the system adjust itself to the change of season On sale in kegs for a limited time THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 ;