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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta KKTltfiKtfidl? JJAII.Y ITEftALD August 13.-10J3 LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Publishedby the Lethbrldge Herald Printing Cc.j Uld., every ful evening at office, Sixth Street, Canada, .-'A1- PHONEl ESIIorUl, Rtportorlal And 1224 W, A. BUCHANAN Managing Director W, QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANOK Builr.evs Manager PHONE: Advertising Circulation AnS Job OepartmBnll 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATE? 1 j-ear delivered......J4.00 1 year, by mail 6 aontha, delivered 6 months, by S months, delivered 3 months, by 1 month, delivered .I.', 38o. 1 month, by mall ;.....25c. Atizttiea chansm as altta tui tttlrtH. but botli ceir ana on v addicts must ba ilven. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT "Cross Drug it Store; J. O. Kob- Co.'; JaekBoh.' Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug.Store; Kenny Alllu; Hotel Emjras; But- fOt tiUBOb. D'Arc. Mtdlclno Hit D. Vergasoa. Mur- pby Co.; Oranbrook Book- Company. ;Nows Company. Pincher McCrea; .......Drug Co. Brcu. .Vancouver World News Co.; Nawc Shop, .145 Qranwell Street....... Novri Co. .705 Sfdo Qrtiiy Lalct Hotel. .t .Co- hen Neres Agency., Book and 8th IWe. Newa Co.' Plncher 7- Edward Read. j St. News Co, fenot den. News Co., THB WEEKLY HERALD Published Wednesday Jn vleht of of ths ot tin wi summary I year In advance loc fi In advance 60e will Vetjiiire Ib and which five milked twico. n xluyV H'i; .ill UVymi will agree tg two have: about your credit in (he .bjmk'; you cmVniigoliute coiirpmiy. i- 160 ncvcs of hTigiiled.laud.; fj'.r Probably llic.bncli.ploi- Will. seiifT al -the likely the exclusive grower will 'pass lit tho secoiuj, But ir-llie C. P. H. slicks by its two clauses of .tho "coiilr'itcl, ii slriclly Hie riglit tbiiifl- -V V fu-st.will ensure 11 farm- hphiOi iiud us Coniinissioner Tracy poinltil cul at Grassy Lake wv NVetiivesdiiy; prosper.. nnfiKHoincs nrc'finiiiy e'slablishcd. The farmer almppy lionie is n .auocessi Hum bis neighbor- CHiinqt lumst siitli'ii tolii.Tor'1'. And tlio second cluuse wili'slpr.t llie'iiu.w.'st'ltlcr'oii Ihe loml j to success on the. fnrm." Sluck on the fanji is being iidvised j by nil agricultural experts. Give -a farinfev three gnotl cows to j ftnrl with, and it will not he before he lias ;i hertl of entile, j with good hogs, poultry and sheep to boot. If the farmer 'has these he will not nec'd to worry .much 'wbcii the time.comcii round In make payments oa his acres in the' fertile Coalciale. distriol. And this Advicu docs not apply to ihe.Cpaldale district alone. I It applies wherever there is a farii'i in Western la fact ilie'C. "iris endeavoring by euntracl s'etllirs make their farms pitxclicnl demonstrations of snvccssful fiirm- ing, '.11.! is the right policy. When- tbe Wliolc: irrigated rnst-of -Ihe city is doited with such ironies ;i's P. R'.jdf sire's to see, Lethbridge be ixiucii- about lluuncijtl stringency Mud olher; present troubles. TlghtUklrtt In tKtnporia An .Kin'iiorlu girl mot a IrSeml'thu tald: yon at the party last' The rolled; "O .1 liad'ii ilrendfiil acclrttlit. sal im'tjio' Unit nnd a musQullo bit mo, and 1 could not got my new eXlrfoi) oVpr'lho Wto." TO IN ITSTiy.IUl) HOUSE GREAT BRITAIN. AND THE PANAMA EXPOSITION 'T IS EXTH'AOHDiNAllY bow suinc'pebble seirfrr the la-tioiis'.of Lunar Ltrks Ci'ho, of i An'cntjiugjaaUo pno'.ot those fellows who cau speak on nothing else but .was ,0110 'lay taken US' friend to- pur.-local, observatory havo a look through .tlio building. Tlio golfer'n friend, who was n koon astronomer, wot him n -look mooii through tho telescope, und then asked him ivliat' no .thought of planet. To his amav-eniont. he. sin- adored back: riclit. but. It'a 'avfu' fu' o' Imnkcrs." OVostfninalcr Gazette) Now that Indies liavc tJieii1 jnvil golf! championship, :theVr own.olrfs, ana. '.oven a journal devoted, to their cinlnss on the links. U'IB little illfllonU to bollove that less than twenty years hso'Vhe majority ot womankind kn'ow uothins about the same, except that Jt took their husbands and brothers away from homo a good dtal. CO-OPERATIVE THRESHING TH THE .ADVENT, of hap-est problem of threshing is to the fore with niaturing are wondering how soon they will be able' lo secure the of a threshing outfit. It is proverbial that with individ- jiHal farmers making' the purchase, tractor engines and threshing fniachmes art farm stealers and there have been more farmers in financial trouble bver.huyiiig these big outfits than [from any oilier cause. With the past furnishing the premises for any tiling but the. question arises .how can the farmers solve the problem. There are not too uiuny Tiiryesting outfits in the country' and many have to wait so long that creditors become impatient; The farmer naturally asks if it is poor business for me to btiy a threshing outfit, bow am 1 to be guaranteed that my crop vyill be threshed -hi time to enable me to meet li abilities or .to lake- advantage of. a favorable market. These questions' are reasonable and fair, arid fanner has, a to an answer to .thSfti from the man who Warns tgiuust an individual purchase pf'a thresher. There is only one suggestion made as yel'jvbich seems wor- of consitlerafion, and thai is PL. proposal- tlia I the co-operative principle should be introduced much" the same as U is in building elevators at so many, southern points llu's year, and also in the ipurchose of supplies through 'the United Farmers associations. I It costs 9 and 10 cents a bushel io thresH grain. If fanner with a hah' section 'in 'crop a 15 bushel average his total be 7800 bushels, which at ten cents bringf his thresh- jing to If eight or ten farmers in a locality would club (together, form a" sort of co-operative society, buy a threshing out- fit and all join in the work, it looks as if money could lie saven Inol pnly in actual outlay, but in the, saving of interest on ovcr- jmatured obligations, and also In the- ability" to. take advantage of ifhe markets at the favorable, inpinent. flie rural telephone sys Hem is helping out in keeping the fanner in touch with the marke nnd if be bad the grain Tor drawing to the elevator, mam i dollar could be made, by taking advantage of favorable quota There is no doubt that together for the pur chise and operation of a thresher hot only would expense be j educed and danger of financial disaster eliniftiriled, but the farm er would be saved Ihe. annoyance of waiting for an outfit loiif obligations were 'due. There are difficulties to overcome on the face of it the difference in tbe size of farms offers one of the greatest. Should the man with 100 acres "io" thresh' ill ,ns many, days work as the man with 320 or 040 acres? -Tha to be a perplexing problem. But there surely must b offsets and certainly the difference iu time and labor in haulin and other vonaiderolions must have some bearing on the proh Jem. Tfie situation confronting the country today is. Hie lack o outfits necessary to do Ihe threshing within a reasonable lime The cost of purchase and operation is too much for the averag .farmer. If it is impossible to reiich a fair working basis wit Ihe section and two section former, how would it do for th farmers to co-operate in the purchase and operation of .machine. It would prevent any one farmer from becomin involved, would facilitate the marketing of grain, nn v.ould to a large extent eliminate Ihe wages factor from th .ihresl.iing wages. If if could be arranged in no other way, thci jiiglit be an even "swap" of labor for the amount of land owne by the neighbor with say 320 acres, and the man with OKI ecu! then pay on a fair basis for the labor given for the difference in -viork. The Herald does not pretend to solve this phase of 'the. ilar line of conduct. This is ahundanlly expressed with regard to the', government of Gt'eiil others motives which would, in all.likelihood, influence Ihclr wa particular le opinion ex; rilain deciding not to pnrlicinatr iu the Pimnnia-PaciHc on. Critics here and have jumppcUto ic conclusion that Joliif Hull lis mode of expressing n trie Panama Canal rotes. Borne tinecdotos ot that period. One niaklng sympathetic tlon at dl.nner.'satd kepii golfed: "I often s'ee you'.ih your red coal. voir need to play A younger 'lady r.M she knew exactly the game'was played. "They get whst.thoy call caddies to hunt about Ji'ifniili a peevish hmiior. tins "taken ,r etpne, and then tne> litt u inio a iing Ins displeasure over the discrimination ;rotjuit hole." A third lady, who'had onli door, old colonial (s over oiie luuidred yonis old, and hag alrehdy been in'ttro houses ut (he HovorJey in Tor- Ut. Korvc at lenst another moved luday lo iho hointi of Mrs. of the e'lghlJi oC tiit'.t nnmc in Toronto. lovidently enjoyed a near view ot tlie! However much Great; feel ;lgsrievcd at cpnduition of treaty obUgutionsMyliitfliip.rcseiil fUTangeineiits in .The common man h.c canal trailic menu, to be thought thsi laf oiul just repiehtly ih ;the British. House by Mr. Iletl- lond brougfi'f fov.ward a Sir Edward Greg's stalc-Mij-'ht hi- the ign Minister said that sit goveniriictii would hot lie j near the heavy xposition. sticks a lump of dirt, and the gentleman Terms ct: Press) Just For a Joke t1 C Much In One Name' -T.ivp. bojs.who. .be., rather teacher that them to re- rnain .after.-hours their nniiics 1000 times. They ptuugod into tho task.- Some 15 rntnutos later one of them grew uneasy and began watch- tnK. hts .coinpanion. In diagrace, Sud- tho first .burst out with despair between 'hie aohs and said to the teacheru- faifi mum I His name's Bush and! mine's Schlutlenneyer." Now York'Giobe, country tohe.-poUticnl tlie rightly dcacrlbcd as Coriaervatlves and ;lt-ls a n'olaMe'-afldrilgnlflcanl eVeilt In' -that-a- mcin- bcr'Vtlie National 'comihlttee of the Republican party. C. F.-Brooker, the Connecticut reiiresenlatlve In ..thai IjodVi has suggested tbat tho parly change Its name lo Conservative. This Is'tho flrat' leen madft by a man'holding a his a bfBcial place'in'the; party. During the pre'sldontfal-campaign year the ChlcafqA Tribune and other papers H'olalmg politics look to s'peakthB of the'atand-pat nepabllcanB _, u-Jid itpportea-Mr.- Taft as- Tories. a. Seasons Play The girl, v.'bo Is now .Invading .London .vrllh great suc- cess, It .not up to. date- George whose in Disraeli" are uronsing ?o much in- terest, Illustrates (his with, a story, 'You are behind the times over said a pink End pretty American show- girl. "Why) J .notice that i playlng'in one of Strand ana wo Imd that two -years ago. on Francisco. liiak Congress in order .he United j'lx-Ucvc Congress grpntqd only fowm-ds'tlie Stm'FninciiiCp. cxliinition ;lbis co'u'nlry is asked. lo'.jippl'opriale o'vcv'twiqc HS much." We hnve bij to'vje.w John Bull us n portly V Signified -who apen.ks when called upon to] do so. He is a virij.eltidiYidual with nothing of childish humor. Let us hope that noUimg -wilt- ever caiisc.iis.lo clifin'gc this cqnocpllon rainrt nnd likes is nttitmle -with Panama Exposition eer- TesardleB of him. His iainly does not. O UK 1> O I N T F V I Ii there are .hard times Ihey io September, 1911. Do you get that? Despite the talk hard liines (Here is a chcciTuI note'of optimism parts of SpCUhV-ni Sir Frederick 'Boi'den repeats Hial; there .-ire loads of fioinginto Hie militia in Xpya Scolin, and Hie !ioii. g man it when he'.secs it. Colonel the'HonoraWo Sam Hughes, Minister of Militia In the'present Do- minion Government, smashed another tradition, and by so doing entitled ulmself to Ihe approval of Canadians. 'Like the other great war lord ot this epoch in world hUtory, who oper ales ot Derlln, Colonel the Honorable Q mail TVho'; knows his own to do things in his own of precedents: If he will nlivays, in thus out for b'l'ms'elf, act as 'commendahly as he did (n regard to the receiit disorderly coal- ilion of Mara and Bacchus at the military' dfinieV-m irhlcli he was the "n'oat and General1 Slnltul [lamilton the guesl -of -honor, and a few officers among the other one'hun- dred anil tweriy-fivo guests became noisily hilarious B-.d as he has nctrai in the matter .of a successor to as chief of Htaff-'in' Canada, thfe Canadian pio will regnrii the present minister of rollitin as lioldlliK down his job In tlie Dominion OoVernment' in ''m- "Hcard on lhe_Wharf y.ou'rc ijoliiB over on tho steam- er. Aren't you afraid you'll be aca- a.-UU! -You see I've ftw around OB the straio or crosvdetf trollcj cars every dnyr.for VOHTS, BO I'm UE to a .rough (on Tran- about" "the dortor'u beltig Mfss this- T hear gentle tnit's MLSH Mattcr-o'-Fact: true." Mies .G.'i did he .-Miss M.-o'-R: "It's ii Jndy iloctor, A DEED AND A WORD, (By V Httle lost its A passing scooped ft -Whore" weary 'roen: io walked-ln U Ijunij with curtf 'A'ladle'1 n't the- f ;-r: id'thbuglit tiot-pf tll'6 Uut ih'at nil miElit" le pnssed atjniji''aiid, io, Ihe welt, rind cooled ten -thousand parching A naiuelcss'man, a.mtd a orowd, thronged -Iho .Tlajiy .mar't, Let fall it wor'd. of'iidpo and-jovo, tlio heart; .V-whlaVior on-tlfti'tumult'thrown, 1A transitory" v It ralsed.'a brother'from Jlic dust, It unvc'd a' sour from d'eath: O germ! ;.Q. O Ihou'flil (it random e were but lUtte''at But mighty n't.dic. AN OATMEAL BABY IB that tlie Dominion builder tip of filicsjl has no superior. This city should ns, age the C. U, by recognizing its pretnier Alberta, 'IColoacJ the Honorable Sam rsAVlf OHKWING TOBACOO 13 IN A CLASS BY ITSEI-Fl Ii surcasses al! others in quality and'flavour because process by it is made differs from deli- ciously sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: 1Oc A'PMJ6 BOCK 'CITY TOBACCO Manufacturers, ;