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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LKTIIBRTDflfl PAHVT HERALD'. 3, "Itf LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTABLISHEO DECEMBER Published by (he Lethbrldge Herald Printing Co, every fut evening at It. office. Sixth Street, Lethbrldgt. Alberta. C PREMIERS OF THE CANADIAN PROVINCES PHCNE; And "New .1224. W. A. BUCHANAN WinaornB Director T. W, OUAYLE Editw JOHN TOHRANCR PHONE; Advertising CtrcuUMcn And Jcb Departments 1252 DAILV SUBSCRIPTION RATES year delivered 1 jear, bj: ffiai! W.W 6'mort'js. delivered 6 months, by mall.....11.50 5 months, delivered J'.OO 3 months, by mail I'mouth, delivered 35c, 1 .month, by changed aa ccten aj dvclrcd. but both ul eH tddzesses mut bfl (iTca. THE DAILY HERA1.D FOR SALE AT Cross Drus Bros, t Book Store; J. Q. Rob- Vancouver Wide ertson t Co.: Jackson i Kcw6 Co NCITJ sbop 445 Co.: Alexandra. Hotel; Pec- pie's Drug Store; Kenny AJlIn: Ltthbrldge. Hotel Cigar Stand; Einpress Eut- fet L.-J3CU. Diamond D'Arc. Hfdklnt'Hjt Hotel. D. Fergutoa. Mur- phy Co.; Crunbroot Book Company. .Xavf _ Mitchell i Rraoitell Street. NevrsCo. r 705xRlver Siie Aveaue. Lak5'hich tlie cqni- 'missioncrsare'known. -But circunVstaiices1; as Ihej-rare at present, j do.not permii this view of the; selection j of the men for Ihe two offices is narrowed'down to Ihe Mjon wliicli present times'mnke a necessilyr Jn the first election of commissioners this is just as well. later period when llio financial silualion is more rosy we Wwy allow ourselves. on gcueral ijines.'. t Turning1 to Yictoriaf women men. thcifirst slate 'blcclipn jifir cent, of nnd the women 59. 12 1 per cent., the averag In 1908 when there-was no'female franchise flic toial enrollment. of 'nicn of 'nicn who cast their ballots wa's'o'rfly i v J i cipal election held in Lcthbridgc losl Deccinb In the municipal put of 3110 voted, a 37.20. It wHlibe.''lo.walcli the result election, and to obscn'C not only the percentage of women's voles but whether their participation will have the effect expcriencet in-Australia of men interest, in-pubh'c affairs. Here is something of a new responsibility for i "ihc results "in a larger'perccnlage nftiVs [.votes, women .will liava.ihe o'pporliinity of that sonic good iwroughl at least in cxlenjling'to them the municipal franchise. ,.-.._, OUR POINT LEW ;i; EXTENSIOiN OF FRAIS'CHISE TO WOMEN. ;.THE EXTENSION of francbise-to' woincn in municipal elections, at any rate, has becom'c-a fact so far as Lelhbridgc 5s.concerned. With a view to the general question us fo Ihe mcr- (iemerits of equal franchise, the followiig quotation from Henry George, of. Single Tax fanfe, is inlerejling: _.., "I am convinced thSt we'make a greal mfsliike in depriving of voice in public mailers, and we could in no way l.'so increase the attention, the intelligence; d'ncl the devotion which Iriay he brought to the solution of social problems as by enfran- chising our Even if in a ruder stale of society Ihc in- 'tclligencc of one sex suffices for the'management of common j While all Ihe provinces proudly proclaim a surplus, they al -interests, the vastly more delicate, and more im-j want more money froin.Offawa.. Which interpreted First thing we. know. Ihc Waterton Lakes will become, a popular winter for oil prospectors. ;pprlant questions which the progress-of civilization makes of :public moment, require the intelligence of women as of men, and we never can obtain until we interest (Win in. public nffairs. -Ami I have come to believe that very much of the.inatieiifion, the, the nf conscience, which we; sec nia'nifesled in' jrqgard to public matters of the greatest moment, arises from the tiacl that we debar our woincn from taking their proper part in .'.jtHesc mailers. Nothing will fully intercut men unless it also iil- j'fercsls women. Tljere are those who say that women arc less (intelligent than men; but will say.ljiat they are less inflncn- .Tohing'.thfe opinion that nothing Vijl men un- "less it also intcrcats women, the truth in. beftring to Hie exer- of the suffrage is exemplified by rcsulls in countries such as where equal franchise is in'force. uf-.tjcc-. '-lidns.hckl in-the while finances are being carefully spent, there is a yearning dcsir for. more lo spend: 606 THIRD AVENUE PHONE J AS. S. ROSE ANOTHER SPECIAL DIRECT -IMPORTAVION FROM CHICAGO OF PATH ROBES 'WITH SLIPPERS TO MAT.CH EARLY TO TAtK.ABOUT It's only and you'll find nolblnjf more .lullablo for a Chrintm will willingly lay one aslclo for. you fc-sdvc' Vf f ,-T'f Ii.--w 5i weeks' for a Chrifttmas dlft If you want commission government to success sec that rang, sane, sensible men arc The fishermen elected a candidate io'llie Newfoundland p'nr- amcnl. Evidently they, found it as" ejisy catching votes as fish. ihii'-ing "fstSbliih" tlilfflrKthbridge4 is "oil >a: Irong fooling finaucially. i Some Liberal newspaper is mean enough to remark that Sir lichnrd McBride talked through his fine crop rjf hair a I the Can- dian Club.luncheon al Ottawa; The growth of Lethbridge and its Icrrifory is in- by the traffic through. Oic'G. P.-Ri'yards. The act that the is considering .doubling: ells a slocy lliat shoiild cheer Ihe.-pessiiiiislic'ejeinent )f. pur population.'' Jiiiiies McCaig, from ncy of Edmonton city one of ' cdu'ca- iqnalisls in Alhcrta. :lt is to be hoped that liis jc; lost lo the cause of education in'lhis province, AN AMERICO-CANADIAN PARK IN HONOR OF CENTURY OF PEACE. 'fjir Richard McDride is still lalking an all-white British Co- uinbia in the cast. In the incanlime. the Orientals arc pouring n arul the mine owners at Nanaimo Asiatics to break i strike, contrary to tlie Act of the provincial .legislature, and.they nrc'iloingil with the full consent of.-'Sir gov- ernment. Tlie lime was when Sir RichurcI-.McBridc was an ardent :id- vo'culc of a fleet on the Pacific to help British Columbia out in the menace of the "yellow peril." is '-now for a North Sea fleet, because he has (o obey of the whip Kenneard Tttimsoa; >-hom- Americ- an Fores try 'considers- o'no' of tbe fore- most civil, engineers in 'the: United States, has a novel scheme for com- merqoratlng Uio cen- not ts Wt seeras" a and valuable. Ho would and tHrt United -Stales each, purchase a left- mile slrlp.alo'ng'lherr" iriutuol bound- ary from Lake .Superior 16 thfc PaclBo nd roake U aa park for wild anliaafs, iiirJs- and fisli. This, park of icOO.mllte of arg-jes, would, form' would avorahly affect and .increase of neignborirife a'nd.-l'rbtter mahp t not only but a pro- a'fewycars. ho 'es-fX to thesp 30.QOO aquarg nillea 'densely and .then'.large. revenues colilj 'to obtained Mhrpugh Judicious umbcrtng..' TlieJ cutting of 'soltable treeB .on simul- taneously and 'constantly. Antaala birds' and fish iti'endiesa variety coiilA be bred to advantage. The- yiKk could be divided Jnto. great-'a'fcas' for trip different breeds ar.d-the' tb'urifit safely Eeo'.lhe' wildest '.anlma.l3.. -The 'park wo_u.ld ho _an Jniinense' attraction 16 travellers and a of .large income from them to .both countries. Tbu jiossession of 6f: eminent domain and aprrroprlallon for public use enable' tbe .American and Canadian. Governments'' to- finance tbo project relative slight expense. front 'Ottawa. Our Conservative friends say the South Bruce victory was Jue to the personality of the the Lib- dral press declared thai the chief reison for thp victory of the Conservative candidate in Clialcaiigiia'y.wa.s.his persona! strength in. Ih? constituency, the Conservative press mninlaineit the result ciidorsalion (if 'Why not'aclntil without further argument that South Urucc endorsed Latirier null his ]iolicy. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE Effective Oct. 26, 1913; ARRIVALS'" NAMK 613 'Crow's Nest Express 5H Crow's Xcst Express 12 Klyer 11 goo-Srokonc Flyer txjcal 511 Local 'f-ocal............... 016 ,'Ixical NO. NAME 818 Nest Kxprcas 6H .'Crow's Nest M "Sdb-SpoVane Hyer II Soo-Spokane Hyer ,5ll .Local (511 Local Uei- local [586' Local 'Local -.'noii'- TO AftRIVE '.Kodte'riiy Undln'g .28, Medicine Hit .-.spo'Vttfe" 4.35 e.05 CraribrooV .Medicine Hat 15. 45 :CaiiU4 ..Csrdcton .n-. 10.25 ...CalESry (Aldersrde brancb) ...'.13.05 LLOYD GEORGE-AS ITALY'S HERO, (London Air. tbe special article of the -Welsli Ilaptlsls. -The jtev.. president, of College, thp wrlfcT of the artlcle.'whp gives an ac- count of the procef dings al the recent International Conference it VMr. Lloyd George has a larger fol- lowing jn Holy than-any.other livlr.K man. The comm'on-'people of Italy H measures' for olH 'the Insurance Act, and such things) that need Iri.'ftaljr. -Th'a peoplo are to their rlghlfi. "If Lioyd'.G.eorga la BpeaVlnft in parliament or makings sneecri outsldo every word he says is printed In the Much faore given to his Bpe'ectiea -than .'to Ihe si etches of the MlnliUr of Italy, anil-Mr. j.Ioyd Ocorge's srxechej are read iltii 'avidity by-.thO'torknien who.can read' ;others. quesUon.a are .Italy's qiic's'llons, and there must be an'Improvement In DEPARTURES FOll ...Mcdlclrfe Hut DUB TO DEPART ._ ..Kooteiny Lauding 4.45 ..Si. 0.16 0.2S ..Medicine i.. ,.18.00 Alleen Oamble, 2-year-old giandchlM of .Capt. Gowan, Dcserpntp, was given carbnllc .acid-in mlslako for medicine and died. Augustine aged 21, ami mar- rlcd, cf accident-, ally.''shot; )itllie3': by- M Vrotbsr '.vhllfj they were himtlng ;