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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD WEDNESDAY, Al'UH, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD EaTA6i.lSHEt> DECEMBER 1907 Published by the UthbHdit Herald Printlnj Co., LW, every lawful at !u Sixth 5V Le'.hbrldge, Alberta. Canada. ONE MAHtAR CREW-PROVES TO BESUCtESS IN SHERBROOKE, QUEBEC A. Dlr.ctor JOHN TOHRANCE-Bgsln.il i Nev" "d 2 "2 4 ___ A y SUBSCRIPTION RATES d ,if. -j S4.00 1 year, bv mill delivered" J2-M months, by mall monfts urtivoreJ S nonihj.br mill Esath. delivered 1 meiuh. by mail -2' A i rtinfft as oflea as cefired. but both cw c'.J addresses m-jst lm THE DAILV FOR SALE AT UlhbriSs'e-Rea' Cross Drus Granbroafc-BMtllo Mur- Crsisr Lake-Grassy Lai. 6 BcoS Store; J. G. Rob- rbr Craabrcofe Hook Hotel, ert'on t Co.; Jackson- i Ktmp i Coaea Co- AleiMdnrHctsl; Pe> ProvicdBl N'eis Asency. rlt's S lore: Kenny Comfanr. UadlcE VJook ind Mlln; HoteJ Plr.chjr Dr. HcCrea; Keirs Store, 109A Slh ATB. Cisar Stand. Mitchell [tree Co. VS'oild News Co. Bros. Plnchtr Station Edward Diamond Dr. D'Aro. Tho Wide World Head. o i C0-: Xcws 115 SL Woria Neirs Co-Medicine Hit Atsluviolt 6rattjen Clarcnca Spokane-jsnieson Xeira Co. deu. MaciecJ-A. D. Ferguson. "5 River Side Arcnue. DuMh-Wcrld N'tws Co. WEEKLY HERALD eve-r In eight cr inoro ar..1 contains a summary ol tie news ot tccal and diitrlct SI. 00 6 months fa advance ___________ ___ I _________ I! make llio running on their own now-wliea oi the. system ol operating slroet cars Is a subject of debate in LetLbridse. it is interesting to r-at lias been done in other cities long toe same lice. The lollqwins oai the latest iss'.vs o! tbe KiUway nd. Marine World, just to bind, is ery interesting.- It cites the case ol herbrooke, Quebec, where conditions almost identical with those ob- ainins with the exception that he Sherbrookc system is privately wr.ed The Shcrbrooke Railway and Power Co. operates a railway o' about U r.siles around.Sherbrootf. Qiie., witb a suburban cstension to Lmnosville, hrce miles. II also conducts a pow- er acd electric'lighting business. In competition with the municipal organ izalicB. Ths street railway property first operated under the name oi. He Sher- sro.ilie St. Ky. Co., under a charter granted by tlie Quebec Legislature in 1S95, the population o! Shei brooke about Vor'son'ie years the railway, was operated Tiert'incfory manner, and allowed lo lapse into 'a stale of decay, largely due to if "riot being considered a fitable property, acd not worth de- veloping. ID when the gross earnings ou a'sruajl mileage with lim- ited rolling stock" were only the SberbiuoXe Ily. and Power Co. was incorporated by ite. Quebec Leg- islature, to take, over the. property e in almost general use the sys- ID IDS! IN ICE 1H DEMH Thirteenth Street lo Sixth'Street il is' a TP the Western farmer looked for relief fromj.lown grade alt the way. As il is at present .the Iflhc burdens which oppress him the hope has cars require every bil of juice lor making the bceii1 shattered by the dcclaiiiUon of. the'govern-j grade. policy-.'Thfe'announcement made inj There arc also ways where economy maybe the Budget Speech 'bear's 'distinctively the marks j brought about by (lie training of and special iu- :orjclass legislation. Legislation for the benefit jslruclion given in the use of control by motor- of-lhe manufacturer, and not for the.farmer. Alii men. that the latter receives is ajiiorscl .of.cqimdera-1 II has been suggested that a molorman could 'tionMu the way uf'a five per cent.' rednclion on! very well take the place of a line inspector. These li-rveslors and'reapcrs. A reduction sp.insignifi-lmallers might well receive of the cam'that the cost of Uiese machines 'would car department, particularly in every Utlle helps. and franchise; ot'the Sterbroote Ry., as well as ceitain ijhts I.md Co., an 'old i 'English! company then being .wound' iip. .The .reiiiUaot combination produced 3 public utility I'ompanr wilh.a field oi activ- ity, At the time ot the combination, had a population nf about and in view of. the coutehi- platni rapid development ol the city, due to the.ihflux oi numerous ir.dus- tiies, it was proposed to reconstruct practically the wKo'.e system, -and ie- place nearly the of the. rolling tern. On a small system, duties Ihe. portion ol the day, the Ira'lU' >s very light, aiid ques- tion el a lew. men's wojee oitoo means the diHerer.ce between pro- fits passing 61 a divi- dend, it generally devolves itself into a question o! tie advisabil- ity pf decreasing tk? service, and t reducing the tunic. people to walk, or else putting ou an expensive, Irequeut service to'entice traffic. On tuis system; atter considerable study, it was believed that just as Rood, i! not superior, service coatd roe giypu with a one car crew. Dec., 1313, ol thf rats were changed from the rew tiitrancc type, that entrance bejiis blocked, aad jnothtr door artdcd'-at .the front ol .the car, front orie' of wLich Is for en- trance, and tie other lor exit. tbe entering passengers passing in Irotit ol the laototiuan-conductor, who proceeds without having await for a signal, as soon as tbe passen'gfrs have entered car. The Vronteoac, XcwinElon and I'ark lines were al! equipped with which pioved so sat- isfai'tory that last summer the -Belt-lini.was also .given ihe.sarae kind of service. It has not been considered advisable to change .over the I.ennoxville service, as these cars operate on a .very last schedule, and require two men. In order, to secure a bftler.class of men for this responsible sin- gle, service, the company raised 'fheir pay 4c. an hour. As a re-, suit ol the new operation, since its installation, there has not heeli a.single, accident, no doubt due the toitiallwd control, 'holh. entrance and exit being di- reclly" "ur.dcr the'' observation "6r the motorman-conductdr.' The in- teLruotioii to service is practical- lynegligilile. Most ol the cars are ol tlie closed type''shown, the older cars being ol the-same general design as the. newer equipment, the change to the was made, H was desired to convert lour oixc ears for C.P.R. PUT UP CORD TO SAVE GINEER SPEEJ'-'RE. AN EN- Vtucouvcr. U.C.. April uew speed record (or a nm through tlio Fraser Canyon made Suuday morning a special train ot locomo- tlvo anil caboose, TvWch sousM to eave tho life o! llobcrt'Uunt, a C.I' II. engineer, who was'cruF-h'cd by a train as bo the tracks lio- livc eu freight tars M.' North. Three hours liiiil-ten'thinules aftt-r leaving' North Itend. B'jui vias being lifted off tho train al Kaiuloops. Mak- iug aUqVauco for a stop al Lyltou for Uklnj'on'-a Burgeon, Ihc train aver-: aped belter lhau 45 miles an hour (or tins. 140" miles. Hunt'died- sU'ortlf reaching the KnmlooiiE hospital. Ho was fifty years old, unmarried, atitl n native o[ the Orkney Islaiids. FARMER 'ALLOWED put- SUSPENDED 'SENTENCE I Man..'.' April c> IJHsVell-kpoivn farmer, who was The publicl-s choice for 40 years, and still ftithout a 'rival. Sold by all_ class 'dealers, cafes and clubs.- lalning from tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce false pretences, was at Ihis'moriihm's police court, al- convjctfd -Salurday' ot ob- loycd lo go.qii eusiiended scntfeo. lowered to Ihe buyers, if al all, by a margin wbicl be hardly appreciable. an innocence of thejendency of a high protective tariff Ih'e.'goycrnnieiit seeks to make to the fariiier appear, in the words of, Sam iWcijer; to "swell wisibly." It states that the. nn irnn sleel efllOVCd-On tllC OrUwUitLii uii li.uu UIAU _ 1 prrtwth of l tantd witii n wire scrccmcg o1 duclion of..lhis class of is slated-that an agreement has been ccnttai ol the old United jsd. )'o wire, on a .U in raesb, coiu- thertriuclloh praclicallvpnFteh per'cenfc-lwsisjQd aiiiniiniCanadiiin Fmpire. 'Loyalist callrd the body. A Whether in ,fe oi aft ware.by .fifteen cent, the SWO: cpllPmf pnnlpntTTUT nOf r-_ til-T -J-_l____T. !'-'_. 4 l.ninl. alld slock, bringing the line up to" dale, as "it was telt that by so doing the property would become This >u reconstruction has' been carried' out, i this service, and the manner ol doing with cew power plant, road bed, so is herewith. These cars may practically all tw-car equiprr.eJit." Islill he used lor doiMe. end' opcra- tlpn.. All tbe cross seats were cut over which MS" "rapidly itcreas-'i down, so.15 io form a side aisle, Tinin half upav rvn .pither .side. A STRIKING EXAMPLE. r Ihe evils to which a high protective larifl io lends itself need to be exemplified the oppor-1 ing M to the .rapid half way ,.on .either The side is afforded by-a Montreal despatch.; In Your Health Question Keeping well ia largely a. matter of keeping every organ normally active. that down and stomachs falter need this Tonic At ud Slorei 'throVghout 25 and 60 cents' FOR BETTER NERVES The! I3ist Nerve" Tonjc_.i Utijitie's Commission, that it companying'illustration oi one oi tbe 'sceirhow the public can be made to sitffcr by ihe is "th.2 saJest-open car in eiister.ee." specified? new nearside, prepayment which arc nol imlu ploughs, harrows, and so on, on which the. duly still remainsrXike Sindbiid the Sailor, the crnment is in the grip of the old man of-'high: tariff, hoisted on ils.back by the. "inieresls" to vhoiu il looks for sustenance, for its political life, OUR POINT OF VIEW It may suit Mayor lo frown Free wheat vfilh-ils sequence of wider mar- 1 k'elsjis denied 10 ihe farmers' of the NVesl for fear lo We-hope mayor will, reconsider and dp what he can KL'IS is ut-'jiiL-ii ly luc liiiinyio vi I lo make n real cily by starling al the rff.offeTTijing the-.inlercsls of The ]ogjcal slarling rural district. (laiib'iis'of CadadianjjrosperiljCarenegleclefl, and agricultural progress-.and development arrested iiy.ir.lariff which panders.lo the.maniifncliirer to tiie'lletriment of ihe'agriculturist. Olhcr govern- in another, column what is .being don y n in Sherbrppke, Quebuc, luenls themselves tnc Of one-man-pnc-car nielliod o Ilic'Bofderi government stagnates in a poo} in its Cunning street cars. This ciles an aclual'exper- All the Beautiful Hymns Anthems that delight you on Easter Sunday are hear and enjoy all the year round, if you own a; Vicftrola. Ask your "His Master's these Barter _ Records for you, desire io please ifs iii'aslers, Ihc .vested interests. desire jo please its masters, interests. icncc. While we are not yel convinced .tlie sug- .The vast" p'riiblems of the western farmers arc j gesijon js hcst way out of pur difficulties, act- left to work out against barriers j experience is'a hard 'argument: which, in spite of those who know their btfsiness Certainly the one man car crew'proposal liic liorden government has made1 no at- ----n... tempt to remove. The iarifi1 policy is one'of soar- irij; higher, with a fatuous attempt.nl appeasing r'atlitr than of relieving the Western farmer. Free agricultural implements and wider kets have been denied to the men of the West. No regard has btcn to their particular industry. Even the wild birds in Hie provision made in the iVorden tariff appear to have received greater con- than !he prairie fanners! is worthy the fullest consideration. W -STREET CAR ECOHOMY.- ITJIOUT any parlicular reference lo the "one man one car" by the' commissioners, Iherc appears to. room economies can lie cffccled. That is to say if suggestions are of any praclital value. The western farmer will frame the one word "sop" when he reads the budget speech and hears he is lo get hinders and reapers five per cent, less duty burdened, llc'll pray for u good'harvest jnst for Ihe fun of using one of those cheap hind- ers. The mere fact that the'same old duty on his ploughs and discs drills ami crushers and threshing machines and engines and oilier impediment of will vanish in'the hrigiil lighl crea'led by that five pier cent, less duly on hinders and reapers. Well, one thing, Sir Lyman -Jones won't nccilHo lie awuke nights figuring ways and steer clear of the poorhousc. 1 If the cosl of "juice" enters into, and makes a considerable difference in the problem of lower- ing the cost of operating the street car system, ihcn alletitioii tnighl be'drawn to Ihe nimiinj; of the Whiie Mic direclion in which tihe cars' are'run at present there is no atlrmp.l made lo lake advahlagc of Ihe Along thirleerith Slrccl' Soulli, parlicularly on >Wffi A'vciiiic South, it iS practically up-liili work. the cars practically, allowing of course for stoppage, Know That My Redeemer LJvelh -LucyMinh lcr'Song In' English) I Icibul. yk. BejvitiluHile of Jams! ChralAioie Hayden Quntel I Pslmi Hany GatusO'Journel Mc'lba-kubcliV AveMaiU ,7240 'V Lyric Qyatlcl -31589 Berliner Go. Linbir Street, -.lyiontrcal Dealers in Every If the duly tin agricultural implements is lowered by Hie Uorden governnipnt, il will npl be done but because, thai govern- ment feels that compelled lo do so in order to insure iis safely and to salve over the opposi- tion from farmers all over ihe Dominion. But whatever may be thc'catisc, llie. farmers are be- ginning lo wisb.lhal the government would tillier net or gel off. UK; siagtv. .'J'iicy arc not going tu.wait forever We carry a full line of Victor Victrolas, t'ogether witra 3000 records. Visit :our J Victor "Department to-day, and favorite song or rrius.ic MASON UMlTED 404 5th St. Block. -2i--Woslcj1H Jiranclias ;