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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tjptttW^TPOE daily HBKALP Satiirclay, April 2fi> 1913 LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD ' e8.TABLISHED.OECEM,��R PUbllahsd by th� UrthUrldoe Herald ,Publtahln�,^o., Ltd., ey�nf venlna at lt� offlee, -Sixth Stpeat, T-etlibrldiie, Alberta, Canada. W. ^. BUCHANAN jyianaBlnB Directo' t. w. ^ijayLe Managins Sdtper JOHN TORRANCE Bualn��B\'Manas�>' PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And Newa Department PHONEt Advertising Circulation And Job Departmenta 125 2 12 24 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, iellvered....... 1 year. ��? S months, deHversa..... �2�o j cionths. by mall ... ! SoSr-d^er:.:::: *^ > month, by man.... Addresaea chawed aiamon^' City' Vaneeiivar, B. C-Wwld WMa News Company?; Iltnneapolla-BrdWtt * Brown, �l9-jm Street. ��MnS--tl'e ^amlBBOB N�ir� �o.. "05 TUveraJde Avenue. Alio on air C;P.R. train* Lathbrldo�-Red Cross Drue * Book Store; J. O. Bobertson & Co.; Jachaon A Co.; Alex-atidra Hotel; People's Drug stora; Kermy & ADin. Macleotf-ToTin* * Co.; R. W. Hamlltcm. Plnther Creek-E. J. Mitchell; D. Xj^ McCreo. Taber-Weaaake Broa. -}�; If Mr. Borden is sincere and meansitO'^^^rry out thedearly ^ijkoclaimed pre-relection pronMses;of^ keeping service out of ffi;poUtics,t;?thfe Herald" would Kite to. know^.how. it is that nearly v^eyei-y federal office-holder in tliis proYince^interfered in the re-|cent prowncial elections. The Herald^is going to submit a. test Vcase to Mr. Borden." E. E.-Taylor,-of Calgary, who holds a job of some import-Jpnce in the interior department, being inspector of ranch and ';'i;slease lands, made liimself not only busy but oJSensively so. He ^;^;?|jterfeted in Macleod, Claresholm' and Cardston-ridings that the ;>u||erald has positive knowledge oL This man approached home-'-'^leaders and others with promises' ^hiel^ .-would upset any elec4' sw'tion. ?TW specific, instance. '"The Herald^^w^ not name ::,i;;^thers for the present. The attention-of Premier Borden is 3*^rawn to tlie capers of E. E. Taylor. , i r|7 WiU tills E. E. Taylor be dismissed for pfTensive partizan-:;�Si|||ip or willheheleft to carry on this work in the future until -�:s|t|j'e^L^^ to power and,dismiss him? It is up to the .iK'i^i'emier to show whether he is sincere or-not; OUR POINT OF VIEW AN INTBRESTINQ OUTLOOK iJ^TUTER- im the" EngUsh n^ r--n- prairie-Zoutput of grain:^iB'-roilnd. figi|res,^ he says, tlie l^ain crop ;of-the west is wortli'1250,00^0,000; or �52,000,000* ' piich is nearly $200 for every manf:-tw,(irnt\n.an'd*^ld ii[ prairie*country. The wheat Yonld-make sufficient flour to E|pd for one year the entire poptUadon of England, Ireland and ^^goUsupid; and supply the Dominion i^idesi^Erom the prpceedfl ^IsHthe^oat. crop; one could hand eYeiy,pe;g|^on in Canada a $t|)!i Ejilli and ;the barley and flax would fillifoiity'^ne thousand large-Iked box cars; V; To, move the en^re;^^j[p^jcrop would require pgur hundred !;aD,d seventy-three thousepd?cai;3, equal to a train ifrjr -friaching'ffogri Montreal to Vanc,ovfv,^f�;,^,thJ*enough cars left ',^s|oiyer to make another smaller, t^^IjV r]^aciii^'?^om "Winnipeg -toj ^'^nlgairy. These cars NvouW be 'equivpleii|:-td eleven'thousand ght hundred and twmty-nine regular feJliim^^ if they trav-^ led at the rate of thirty miles an hour'it would take six days sixnights for them to pass a^ven ppint. . i2 - |c To the average man in the,Old Country who senses the vast- in Canada the description given cannot but iCftil to bring a grasp of the immense development which has been >/jCiarried on. To ourselves there must coipe some sort of appre-i^iension as to what will be the future outcome with regard to :;;|)iransportation when more acres are placed under cultivation, "i^^ue we shall have in process of time three transcontinental rail-l^gys and the Hudson's Bay Railway, But will these be enough? "IlierPanama Canal is looked on by some as a route which will -]se the situation by directing the grain route westward. But .jthe other hand there are experts wl\o declare that the climate Jhej;Ganal zone will interfere with the feasibility of that route jr;"g^ain.'^ A trial may probably show that these sur-: jisesjiare incor=rect. But faihhg this outlet we are confronted (ithiiaweryinteresling problem the solving or: athsi iingenuity of governing and railway authorities. ,!^^iih^!t]^s'routlook' all'schetliies such ag-internal elevators 'llh^lpj^inxeasingtlje situation and'are^A^^ But the \0^^j)^'Ml^;'rPf^^ rapid trapispor^tipn fpr,imarkefing purposes i'ltili remain,.iand^b'^come diffipult so'long as hiarkets are far ^Kil^fti^dGffiicyLT ^ =:. " ' ' � �' [|Tor financial assistance and extension of agri-ly^'the-'farniers of Western Canada do not stan4 .v.luselves. In the United rotates we know there has (e-^tune'a similar movet)|^nt, and in Great Britain f"s-^V -�vsy^>i./ I 1 Monday, is declaration day in the njajority of ridings; after that there will beno doubt as to who is elected. The. School Board is entitled to the money necessary to keep the schools in a high state of efficiency but the board is also due to show the council how the money asked for is to be spent; The Calgary Herald.says that Grutchely, a teamster, was sent into th^ Little Bow,, riding to show the electors the""errors of Sif tonism." It is to laff. - The mupicipU tiiachinc was used to cruSFi Hon. Mr. Mitchel in Medicine Hat. .It will now remain to be .seen whether the street, foremen can do niore for the city than the Minister of Public Works. ' - Now can it be that Sir fames Whitnejjt,apd W. A. Hannd are really ordinary human politicians after all. Ontario was led to believe that the grufl" jiremier was intensely honest. There is no tellingin this wicked world. . -I'hq-less tlf4'.;C(algary Herald has to say-about the Hon. Mr. Grutchely the'beh'eri That gentlemjan'si trail was,jclearly;�follQw-ed all through the Albion Ridge alid other'parts of Little, Bow; He'should have sense enough to know when the kindnessfollow-ing victorj' goes his way. The Board^of Trade has seen fit this year to keep reporters out of the council meetings and as .a result,"the citizens jhardly realize that tliere is a Board of Trade. - It is even difficult to get quorums for^li'^; nteetings. The board, may dp as it pleases but .'there is no gettTrig'Way fi'oni the fact that publicity is the very life of suchsapbodys ..; ' .From a casTiiil grlaiice .It -loolvs' 'as it] the ,�3lilef ibatl just labotit eaOM�h men; rrght now. You never yet saw fhte! b^a^ of a doparrtment who did not-tbiiik his department was the foot-i �baU for. the council to, kick aroijnfl. Chief Dav\s can't be blamed for. asking tor all he 'wants. Neltlier can ths School Board, and the Lord only knows they've asked for entougb. *  � How many council meetings do you .think this 1013 aggregation of City Dads have pull-ed off anyhow? We TiSven*t-.counted them. That would "be tqo mucli exertion, 'but -with hardly four months goiie it's a .saf At the rate the School Poa'rd asks it would cost $60 per' head to teach the young ideas, how to-shoqt in this burg. Either the ld�as' take a long time to sprout In Suiiny ebuthern Alberta's climate., Of tb,ere aije more 9Me ivory-domed youngsters Ip liethbrldge than we are willing to';adnii^-rtha^ is, if it costs so many hones; a head to pound the knowledge into thei' Several think-tanks..: ; j Which reminds us, How about th? police riuestion? Lethbrl^ge^JioV has 19 police. The chief is asking-for at least t.hree more, making i2'in ,Bufterlng taxpayer? 'hav^ to ' dljg lyi; a?i^'.v^lth. the mayor making a 'npiseL' like '2^' mills, every little, oW thpiipancl-�o�ntftJ^ . The Davidson Metal Company, Limited ' Wish to announce to their many patrons that thej'' have added Plumbing and Heating to their other lines, and are in a position to take-c,re of ^either new "vvork or repairing in the same icareful manner that they have in the The Davidson Metal Co. Ltd. Phone 1442 320-8th Stl'eet S. -It what had been.do4e. He thought th� mayor was right, -but would bring it up at the next me6tltig>:-.., Seoretary-treaaurer Uoblason said t^,*�- was nothing in Uie minutes about it. The meeting, where it had been discussed was a flnaiioe affair, and police matters had no license to butt in. The result -was that nobody knew. '  :j.= To the Few Witlput Real Anti-Skids (.h starts to rain> orfhe street sprinkler gets busy, and you arc in your car.)  Suppose the ordinaiy'non-Bkids you bought are worn down in the � centre of the tread. You are getting no more protection than if j^ou had on the regular every-day plain tread. Yet you naturally desire to-be safe..! � - , Or . Suppose you have on plaih tre?ids-in either case you immediately think of. chains. ..I- * ' And Suppose you are in a hurry, and have no'time to stop for chains even if you are willing to cqt your tirea to pieces using them. You th^n run your auto half on the bripk pavement of the car tracks, and half on the wet asphalt, becauaeyou are afraid.to run all four wheels on the asphalt at one time.  Suppose in making the various tu^h-outs from the car (racks ypu have one or two " near skid?,-' : And � i But-^Suppoae you egqjp' yffiyr/'car with Dunlop Iractipn Trettdf and forever be - free from - the .other "guppoaes." Al�o makers of Dwlop Traction Tread Motorcycle, and Bicycle T|r?8, ^ 1.  � ' ' 1 �* ' ' ' ' .'nun ;