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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIIBIUDGE DAILY 12, 1IH3 iLETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD i ESTABLISHED DECEWBF.R tW Publlthtd by the LcthbrJdge Herald Prtntinj Co., Ltd., tut evening at Us office, Sixth Street, Alberts, Canada. FHONEt Editor. 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN Kiniglna Director T. W. OUAYLE Ml nixing Edilsr JOHN TORKAtiCS PHONE: Advtrtltlnf Circulation And Oepirtmintt 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES I yen- I year, br miil...... 6 roocths. deUierod S2.M 6 months, by uisll i mowtj, delivered Ji.TO months, by snail 1 mouth, delivered 35c. J month, or null AdCrtUfl chicred as cltea fta dfires. liw ftl iddresses mial be (tvta. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Dras Boot Slore; J. O. Rob- ertson t Co.; Jacfaoa 4' HotaJ; Peo- ple's Drug Store; Keuty AlUn; Leiiibrldie Hotel Cisar Stind; Emprws Bul- let Lunch. Dism-nd D'Art Medlclni Hit Asslnlbolj HoieL D. Ferguson. pfay Co.; Crunbrook Company. 'Xewi Company. Plr.chtr McCrea: Mitcbeli Co........ Bios. Vancouver VTorlA News Co.: News Shop7 445 Granftcll StrwL....... News Co. 705 Hirer Avenut. Gritty Lake Hotel. .fc .Co- he a Ners Agency. Book and Ktics Store, 109A Sth Avt West! World News Co. Plr.chir Station Kawtid Reid. St. Paut-r-World News Co. KnoV den. News Co. erer of tie THE WEEKLY HEAALD la elrhl pages, and cont S of week, local dfjlrict 1 year In advanea ?1.00 6'jnoQtbs i knew to be never having Jiatlthe courtesy call upon the minister of cduealiUjrtr any otWr -pfticijil for iiiformalioh and the facts ;uf.he wouM have rfoiw. hail he been iiiteivsleil in nffairs, you will know how to tveal il. I.can assure MK Samuel that if he over visits Manitoba again.he will iiot awny 'without being jerked before the b'aV-oP'piblic.opinion anil made to swallow his falsehoods, eveii- though they strangle Uim lo the extent of to-maJke the confession Hint be was stuffed by who wisliclt to use him for their own parlienlarlenits...', 11 is within Mr. Roblin's rights as-ji polilical-'lendei- to object to Mr. Samuel's it Avabjiot'offcbsiYec-bnl is a (iisgi-aee lo every true Ciuiiiiliau thai we'Mavis, a P.rc: luier. knighled by Hie King, who wonlil-iise such htji- giiage in referring lo a prominent of tfie 'Mother. Country. Surely when Roblin's Kujgiaiul-thefe will be wonder expressed why his name ever'passed the- King's.ap- proval for knighthood. Knights are at to be gentle- OIJR POINT -The siibnld'hclp. to hleii our darkness to some extent atJcjibt. c BPRDEN'S PLEDG THE ELECTlON'.LMV-shourd'prpVide for.the hearing.of ,clec- no matter, the political-parlies; fn it was chnrgeiltlial-corruption was rampant there, and lliat.crookcd melhods tfve -was the. press and on. the floor ofitlic House of .Commons.- The. only proper place to clear. the matter lip was the member .has ed A Medicine Hal man lost bis leg SofXK) daiiiuHes. That's proof he struck.mmdir't; ,A Toronto -minister Hunks that weil- ding rings well as wives. He of the, jewelers. Thr. in siiiiling arid content with tin1 farmers fanning. It was ever thus. One danger of the surfeit of is iiiai iii tlie scramble- the (cast acceptable 'man .to-the "iiiass-of-the1 voters jnav'lie chosen.' "i the jniire was the slogan of Mayor; Short of Ettinon- lonriustlclcclion.-'.'Tins'-yciir his campaign'cry promises to "be 'Hold the old The rial supply must be running out. if "clean Likejiijqsl.of the p.th shattered and of -ruihi.'by'theiroadside a' host of Kpectcdjniiicb" firtirr Bprden's; Isn't iI' Gnlgnry's supply is limited, stales n Calgary pnptr. Evidenliy- a'ri atlchipt'io-justify thiil pqpulalion recently announced.; In Lethbriilgo there is no nieat sliortage. -Tiic only comcVjs 'Ruiiiprs-pi" iii the Ottawa are cir- '-v: "LET THE PUBLIC CALGARY ALBERTAN belic'ces "Iliat the government f should have even; bill passed. at inserted in every bona fide newspaper in the alfadvcrtising-rates" If not every. newspaper, it should placed- in ,at ncws- phper in every 'district. j. Says the Aibcrfan: "We have (including Hie referendum, But how canillw feopla of Alberta ask for a referendum upon legislation passed yjjien they db notiknow-whal legislation was passed? There "is only pne'way lo get it, and that is by publishing the. legislation." Unquestionahly the Albcrtan is right. It would pay trnment to advise the people of measure passed, then they tpijld read and judge for themselves, provided the bill was w'rit- ten in clear English Jmd free from a-lrit of 'legal phrasing. If the latter is necessary in order to stand the test of tlitf law courts, then ..the features of the bill, clause by clause, should be explained in plain English. .One oilier criticism of legislation, not only in Alberta but in qfher legislatures, arid Hint is the habit of irilrortucing imporlnnl 'incasiires in, the dying clays of a session. measure the gov- ernment purposes introducing should be outlined in the speech from Ilie Ihrpnc. Then the people k'nbu'i'what-fiiatlcrs arc (0 jje Jegislated upon and those. interested.. can sec. the measure in its rfnifted form and offer sinjges.iions.._ When hills are due notice at the close of ;lhe session, parlianicnl cannot -iexpect (o gather public opinion upon.it, and if public npiiiinn is no! behind :i uioisufe, aiways walcli ,.oiii_ vV; >4 Associatiptii had belter luirry lo or the.ncUl will be lliey'll gel Uible lo give allrciindidatcs a chance c never'aol'iiwav'with a belter field -1 7 There seeins to be'a tendency on the part of some candidates in this canipaigii to stir'iip'the open-or closed-town question present-tliat'matter selins lo befin .wisely settled, and Hie.candulatc iyjll who leaves it alone.. NVe want a clean campaign.; ff' AVhal could dislibnest.city Ifssessor-do to th'at voters' Kit shonUl so liappen .that (i 'inuriicipaljiiucljinc.sivcrc built nji, it would find-the assessor under the present method of com- piling the.list an .invaluable member of the brigade. About the next amendment needed to city charter is one niaking pos- lite registration pf-volcrs. If Garson Qiin why can't-Sylvia and Capt. Vane? There seems to Bond answer. So says-Hie Toronto -Globe, and il is certainly right. If'Ciir son cnn lead a-rebellion .agair.sl legislation, why not the labo. leaders, the sniVragcltes, in fact anybody who objects, lo a pnrlia mentary-measure.. Britain is not'going to tricpur.ige goy eminent by L.- UNWORTHY OF KNIGHTHQQD. LL CANADIANS, no inalter thfir, politics, admire public-men