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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tni3 LETnnniBGE DAILY HERALD Thmr.dii.v, September 11. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ABLISMED DECEMBER v by the LetKbridjs Printing Co., Ltd., every fill tvenlnj it Itl office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge. Aictrtl, Canldl account of the prevalence- of wild animals in the..mountains. By supplying these wants, the government' will be doing the sheepmen and the farmers a real service, and will be giving (lie public a much needed benefit. Any who oppose the moveulenl and the consequent outlay, cannot be numbered amimg the farm- ers' friends. Rtpsrtorlil And Dspjrtwint 1 O O .1 W. A. BUCHANAN Mining Olrtclcr T. W. QUAYLB Minting JOHN TORRANCB PHONE: 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION PATES I jtir delivered...... 1 year, by osll 6 months, delivered 6 months, by mail.....51.60 S months, delivered Ji.OO S months, by nail...... 755 1 month, delivered 35c- 1 month, by chacsed as otters as dM'.red. but both cew and addresses must be given. THE OAtLY HERALD FOR SALE AT CroJJ Drus Brw. 4 Book Store; J. Q. Rob- ertson ft Co.: Jacksoa t Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple'i Drug Store; t Alltn; Uthbrldjs Hotel Cirar Stand; But- fel" Dlsm'nd D'Are. Hedlclni Hat Allblbolt Hotel. D. Ferguson. Brittle 4 Mur- pby Co.; Cranbrooi Boot Company. Xews Company. PIncher McCrea: Vancouver 'S'Ws World News Co.; -Xairs Shop. 445 GranwEll Street....... New? Co. 70S Hirer Side Avenue. Grissy Ula Hold. -t .Co- hea Xews Agency. arj News Store, 109A Ave. West; World News Co. PIncher Station Edward Read. St. News Co. Knot den. Jlltchell DriS Co........ Xews Co. THZ WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday !c eirht or more coalAloj of Ih4 nivc cf tne ]ocil and district 1 year in advaacs 6 months In advanco fiOc LAKE HELKNA AND MOUNT KOUSON EVENING CLASSES IN OUR SCHOOL THE ANNOUNCEMENT has iusi been iiuule Iliul .cvcnbg technical classes be opened the city schools this full, stp.rling on October 6, and continuing till the end of March. This is good news. Lust winter I he- classes were first instituted. Before they had even passed the experimental stage their success was assured. Over one hundred enrolled) taking advantage of Ihe excellent opportunity offered. Tliis veur the attendance should he even better. New classes me being opened iip. I'orgc shop practice has been added, and this will draw a number front other walks of Ijfc. Taking it altogether the, Lellibridge School Board has pro- vided generously for Ore education of the school population of the city. When Hie Manual Training School was built there were many wlib thought it a luxury outside the means bridge. The success of the institution has since proven the fallacy of such a view. In fact, it is the. Manual Training School which is making possible the evening classes in technical educa- tion, so much sought in these days of commercial competition which makes skilled and intelligent workmen absolutely neces- sary. Herald hopes Ihe citizens of Letlibriilgc will 'he possibilities of Ihe coming series of evening technical classes, nd take full advantage of the courses offered. SIR. DO.HERTY DID RIGHT THING I X THE DEPORTATION of Harry Thaw the Canadian aulhori- tics will likely come in for criticism but now thai Ihe trouble- some young man is safe back in the asylum it is difficult lo sec why there should be any further drawing oul of argumentative agony. Thaw was not needed in Canada; he belonged lo Ihe United States, and the immigraticn authorities merely returned j! liini IbtnHlive 'soil.'1'Fie sneaked inlo. Cunada-as a fugitive'and anj- phase of the laws governing citizenship and associated pnvilepy Thaw had no expect other than lhat he shook be returned to the United States. If he has a legal case and (iiinonstrale his right lo liim do so under the. laws o'f Ihe country whose sense of decency he grossly outraged by a cowardly murder. He escaped electric chair by a plea o: insanity' and he is not satisfied lo abide by Ihe consequences o the plea. If he is sane now be was sane when he shot Slanforx White, and according to all fair conceptions of justice should the penally. That is impossible now, and the only way tin murderer can be punished is by accepting his plea that he wa: insane, arid keeping him within the asylum walls. not a refuge for insane murderers and Hon. Mr Dohcrly should mecl with public, approval in ordering his de .Travers Jerome is quoted as denouncing the min- ister's action as (he "most contemptible trick in the history of i civilized government." J' wa.5 probably contemptible in-ltini.-it Mr., Jerome, of further opportunity .of basking in Ihe footlights. Jerome wanted Thaw. Doherly placed Thaw where Jerome could get at him without of dealing with alien courts. us hope thai for the future the insane Mr. Thaw will be j'curely safeguarded in the asylum for Ihe criminally insane where he rightly belongs.. OUR POINT OF VIEW It may have been a rude procedure, but QamitUi is rid (if larry Thaw. "Off agin, on agin, gone applies to Thaw alright. Canada is well rid of him. high chilly zepher on Tuesday night is now explained It had its origin in Macleod where a rousing Conservative meet- ing held the boards. There is reported to be unusually plentiful supply ol honey in Ontario this year. The busy bee evidently isn't aifcctci by the money .stringency. An excellent picture of .Lake Helena, B.C., with loftyMount Robson In the distance. It was the scene of Alplrie club of Canada which held a very successful meet on Robson pass recently. In supporting'the Wilson tariff bill LafoUeUe correctly in- terpreted the feelings of Ihe great middle slates. A great many Southern Alberta farmers .arc slacking their grain this year. That is an indication of better farming. It will help out Ihe threshers, will mean thai grain will be in better condition goes into the elevators, and should therefore command a better price. It should help some to ward off the usual grain conge.slion. If it would also result in the farmers feeding the straw to live slock, the of Hard times for the farmer would be in sight. 1 1 v ii. The Lellibridge Brewing end Malting Co. is increasing ils capacity 150 per cent, this year. Another indication of the growth of Soulhern Alberta. anyway the money slringency has liedn'Yclicved for a few Quebec lawyers. It's an ill wind thai doesn't blow a few- shekels into somebody's pocket. Two fan like gouras' crossed oh" the a perky litllc velvet hat with brim and lainqshanfer- crown is ihc latest in milady's world; Next! Any doubts as to Harry Thaw being insane were dispelled on reading the story of- his actions after he was-given a chance by the Canadian officials to make his getaway. Cardstpn has' a; Hiiilway 'will'build'- near future, which causes a flutter in. the prosperous southern town. Lethbridgc extends greetings to the new cily of Weyburn. The name of the new city is linked with that of Lcthbridge in connection with what is destined to be one of the-most important of the C. P. H. lines. The new International Harvester Co. distributing warehouse is. .looming up large in North Lellibridge. Nothing could better show'the faith of hard-headed financial men in the future of Lcthbridge. THE GRAZING PROBLEM RESERVES in the foothills of the Rockies, for the 'imer ranging of sheep, is something tliat the sheepmen after for a long, long time. Every year a deputation Alberta visits the capital to project the scheme 'to the minister, and all they have received for Iheir trouble is promises. The latest promise emanates from the lips of Ihe lion. Dr. Roche in a statement made to the deputation of southern farmers who visited him at Banff. Up to Ihe present, range for sheep has been scarce. The sheepman has always been Ihc butt of ridicule from other occupiers of the range, .and certainly has not been given a square deul. But he is going !o gel it. It is absolutely necessary to Ihe life of the mutton and wool industry I Bill and Dan arc placing rather loo literal meaning on that won of Alberta, which forms an integral part of Ihe nation's "creep." lie needed it badly before, but with the opening of the C. P. R. lands lo Ihe east and soulli of Hie city, to immediate seillcmcnt, Carson and his Ulster compatriots are preparing for armed resistance to Home Rule, a law which, when it passes, will have King George's signature attnched. Is not such conduct big! treason of the'most glaring character? The Herald had a map the other night showing how. ,tln C. N. H. is creeping across the continent. In Lcthbridge am Calgary there is a disposal on the part of ninny to believe Ilia AUTONOMY AGAINST CENTRALIZED GOVERNMENT (Toronto Star) Th correspondence between -Mr. Ar. thur Hfttvbes and Ihe editor of. the Canadian Courier over the navy iesno seems likeiy to.have developments of no Blight significance. What docs il foreshadow? The Siur put that ciues- -'And, though ho replied with considerable caution, he certainly conveyed the impression lhat as a result of his conjunction with the editor ot the Courier there will fhortly be "something doing." "Head Office" View "Beyond all question." said Mr. Hawkes, "the position deveJoping is the old one of autonomy against cen- government. are in for the ctd fight against a centralized form of government 'and Jo n more subtle. The policy "of nftval con- tribution is-one that, if carried inlo rouel be subversive of Canad- ian nationality. It is the policy dear to Ihe" centrallzere-in Great Britain ad In Canada alike. In Canada the entrailzers are to he found, think among the Tories. In the Brit- h Isles there are centrallzers in both arlles. For there what 1 rcay cal 'head office" vita- thai di Is-'JrVa certain' position 'of in erlorityj to '-the that. (3 often said, 'there is a d'cbl owing y her tho latter, which she can ever widely prevalent. "There is an idea in the Old Country hat tho Old Countryman who comes. o Canada, and gets on, is, in some way, the inferior of his brother who emalDs at he Is an Eng- shman minus-. The truth Is that, setting away from grooves and get- Ing a wider outlook, he Is really an Englishman plus. Look at the per- ional side. By coming to this country have been of service to tho Old Country by helping to relieve the con- gesllon of population, and I have also le'en of assistance to my brother in :he shipping industry. Why am I, king-in Canada, lo consider myself an Inferior and debtor to him living n England? love htm much, but don't want to love him on quite those terms. Xor, when he under- stands ray feellns, will be want me to. MOTHER SOJOBLY Could Hardly Care for dren Health in Lydta E. Pinkharn'i Yeg- etable Compound. -S. many of the largest sheep breeders in the country will he com- The Hamilton Spectator remarked: "Now Ihjl Hon. Gcorg E. Foster has returned from his trade mission to the Antipodes pellcd lo look for olhcr pastures. And where arc they going to i will his opponents in parliament say the nice things to his fac find them? There will he a serious falling off in the production j that they said about him behind his back? ha'e oor dopts.' Tht! are willing to pay well for the privilege, for they .want (o remain in the business. Dr. Roche his gone a step further in making promises. Aside fnim giving (he. assurance lhat the foothills will be opened, he offered a solution lo the problem of getting the slock out to 1hc pasture. Freight rales are prohibitive, and the sheep cannot be (failed out in the spring on account of the tender age of the So the minister said lha! the government mighl arrange to pay the freight. Thai is very nice. And if the opening is lo full value to those most vitally concerned, the govern- "A3 a Canadian, bora In England, I profeit rsalnn the Old Country no- tion'of keeping tho 'Colonies' in loud- lag fostering a '.pirlt of attachment' on their pail (10 nuote Lord John Russell's words) towards the Old Country. This no- tion curiously persists In official cir- cles today. <'A party of British Parllair.cnlarl- ans was recently In Canada. On their departure. Lord Emmotl, Colonial Under Sercotary, Issued a statement lhat they had been touched at the evidence of loyalty lo tho throno If llw; merchants of Lethbridge desire to out the they had witnessed. I don't for the King. Uut.-what U illuminating, is tho element ot and keeping open in the evening instead. The council holds a patronizing, it-st to benefit. The regular meeting on Monday when the mailer-could be easily''Canadians should be loyal. lie would i -i T- 'i i i i i i i r r.ftt have used any language of sur- y will be served, jtirrangcd. Il would help to draw people, from the surrounding lf he visltcij Devon or And the Toronto Star came right hack ami accepicd the Spec' challenye by giving space and praise to Mr. Foster's speech n( vacating a navy in preference lo contribution in 1S09, Bovina Center, For six jcaw I have not bad as f.ooj health cs J hevo now. 1 was very young when my first bah; was born tml my health was very bad after that I wks r.ot regular and I had pains In my back and was so poorly, tint I could hardly -taxe of my two children." I doctored wilh sev- eral doctors b'nt rot 10 better. They told me. there no jelpwithoutanoperatiori.- I U5ed .ydia E, Finkhara'a" Vegetable Com- icund and it has helped nie wonderfully worlc now and careofmychildicn.-I recommend your to ell'suffering Mrs. WnxARD A. GRAHAM, Care of OPPOSING PRESIDENT WILSON Two United States wh are opposing PreiTdont Wilson's cur rftncy and banking measure. No Lcidlng String! of wool and rjnllpn in this province unless these much needed pastures are supplied, and the forest ranges, which are practically useless for any other purpose, are the only solution. Sheepmen in the soulli made a marvelous increase this year in Ihe produc-j lion of two of Ihe world's most necessary commodities, and thei......................_____ ____ _ Increase is bound lo continue just str long as the woollies clusin" their stores for en sees given range. Bui there is nothing else bill a decrease to face, if harm in their waiving Ihe curly closing bylaw by mutual consent, the mountain ranges arc not opened. And (he sheepmen "will not he the only ones Industry is a profitable one, and the whole country Lydia E Pinkham'j Vegetable'Cora- pound, made from native roots and bfrrbs, contains no narcotics or harmful drop, and today' holds tho record of being the most successful remedy va know f or woman's ilia. If youneodsach BmodiciDowhjrdon'tjoatryit? If you Imye tho flllfiiteat donbt that Kr Pinkhara's Vejeta- Compound will help loLyrtiaK.PIukliamMpdiclueCo. (ctmfid out lal! L y a n.JIms., f or nil vice. Your letrertoll he opened, read and and held iu strict confidence. who have never thought it -worth Tvhile to take any parl in Canadian public lite will strain every nerve t< get Into-public'life in Great Britain. up the.Public" "Well, the time' has come to T" up the public to what Is going on. The navy quest Eon does not seem to havo been well handled by either been made too .much. o[ n party football. needs handling on nation- al, not on party, lines, Mr. Bcrden has not nilfllled his pledge to go to the country) and the country- should now go to othm- words, dte- cuss' the' whole, question along the lines, ot Canadian nationhood." "IJndtT the auspices of the Canad- ian The Star. "AH who, from any reason, aro replied Mr. Hawtei, "lo sUm- nlale discussion and cor.sldcraHon ot this matter along largo lines, no bound to do so. It Is probable that tho first public meeting, under the ausplcea ot the Canadian League, to discuss the naval cniMttoa will ba held shortly." i-Yorn which It seem thai non- party critlclsm'-of the Government's "emergency" policy Is now about to lake definite, public shape, Mr. Hawkea would not say whori the public meetings which-are evi- dently lo contemplation will be held. "Will you try come of the scenes of yonr former exploits In the anti-reci- procity Strat- ford, or Brockville, for Instanced" asked The Star. But Mr. Hawkea would only roply Umt It was not improbable that ho might. There is a demand for ho-jses lo renl In this city at present. Nearly erery house advertised in the Her aid fa quickly rented. Tbosn who have vacant houses should kset' this (act In mind.' Tho Hernld col- umns will rent the house. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE towns for Ihcy would know they could sec the races in the nfler- nooii and shop a) night. Juenil must also hdp with, liie fencing, which is necessary on The Lcthbridge Turf Club is undertaking a grenl deal in pulling on a foil race meel here nexl week, and deserves every support from the people of and Southern Alherta. Calgary had a meet some lime ago. There was good racing but a poor crowd, Encourage the promoters liy your attendance here. Ixdhbridge has nol had u big ouling Ihis year. Neither have the of Alberta. This is a good lime, io "get gomcrect and found loyalty there. That la Bimply symptomatic of the Old Country Tiaw of "colonial" in- feriority. The place in which a sane Imperialism needs to be preached most Is tho Old Country Itsoif, and the men to whom it most needs to preached are those (of both parties) of tte governing claw. "Of course, somo Canadians are ready enough to acquiesce In the Idea of Canadian Inferiority io GiMt Drllaln. and (hey encourage Ihe Idea If their, actions, For Instance, men IMS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wills, Title! Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables iu one of these boxes tS-FOnMATION TO Branch R, T, Brymner, ;