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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOdt THE LETHBB1DGE DAILY HSKALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1913 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTABLISKtp DECIUIf R tW by H.nU Cfc, LM, hi evenly >t jta cfKca, Street, Alberta, Sdihrltl, 1224 W. A. (UCHANAN T. W. 9UAYLI Manning JOHN TOHRANCt PHONE; 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION 1 year HM 1 jear, by ssall S months. filtered ILM 6 nontht. kr Mil i montls, 11.00 .J moalht mill 1 month. Me. 1 monli. fiy ouill azred M orttn M "We TKl DAILY HIRALO FOR 1AV.I AT Red DnK A. Book Slew; J. O. erUom t Co.: Jackson Co.; Alwmcdn Peo- Dnijt Stort; Kun; fc AUU: LrthferMje City Bland. pr. D'Ars. Hit WejUaie Brea. Vancouver World Ntwi Co.; Nfwi Shot, 445 Onolitll street. ieeVane JanlMoa. Co. 10S Hirer SliJe Avwue. Lake Ktvp ft -Jlnr- Co.; Craabrook BocV MeCrwr MHcbfU Dnn Co. Leadlcs Book Newi Sth ATO. Wwt; Kewi'Co. FlncW EawaK -Read. It Paul-TVofia Newt Co. {Slareace KioV World Nswi Co. THt Wltiiilay la rtrtt Htm r tte ami oa 1 1 year fa VM l.momt] iteveloproent Thatjmilroail interests in Ltlhbridge and live surrounding il than in any the west. It is lite C. P. H. will soon get actively to work Lcthbrulge it dcvelopnl Calgary, Moose Jaw and other western cities. A LITTLE M1XEH THE ELEVATOR LOCATION. UK UHCiSION to locate UK first internal storage elevator at Calgary is disappoiuting (o this city. It may be tiwt the pro-, viuce will be pi-ovidcd with a second such'elevator and that Lelh- bridge will get it, but we feel that, the first elioicc should have beeu this city. Lclnbridge is tire the'greatest grain pro- ilucing belt in Alberta and for that reason if no oilier we should hiivc the preference over Undoubtedly Cal-> gnry Was chosen for jwlilieal reasons, though ;why cold blooded politic? dejijan.ded iti a.cily jhat'is very certain to be Coiiscrvative hi elevator or no elevator, is hard to ex- plain.: It lp be said that "under .the Laurier admiral Ira tion Ediuonton got but il Is uwre than appawnt thai Calgary is gelling the biggest chuiik under- the.Borricn regime. Almost ninety per cent, of the made by the miirion. gov'crniiient at the !ase 'sesiioh "of parliament to Calgary, and how the Iwo million for an elevator falls into its hands. The luibit of governments is to remembtr the places friendly to them, but the habit cannot be defended yhen politics the chief ihspiraliou and the service of 'the country left in second plnce. We have not given up all hope yet. We Relieve the goyeiV- ent will realize that an internal storage elevator in the exlrenle southern part of tlie province is a need. Here we can lay claim o being .the great grain producing portion of the province. Cal- gary is really oh the border of the grain grpVing district.. North of Calgary oats are the cjiief grain Sovi'tK and it the wheat producing area, arid dp not to claim tbit bridge is located best to that'area. Jim Carton (itot In) Larfcln (jutt HAMTOCK, RESULTS NO SURPRISK. rPliE in South' in the return of the nominee of fe Conservative cohvenUoni His niajorily was about two huijdrcd. ;The ndrmal-Consen-ative majority is over .u'thousind. It tKat their promises aind'ieft the fight, to the iwo Conservatives, as Arthur Hawkes than "a hundred .ybles. .Hawkes' "ance in the field was.never takeii seriously. The Independent it is quile clear, gotrnbsl of the Literal votes. -'in. JiicaotwW tliejresiilt is afeout as election suddenly; there no revised yplers' the power of the qiiiet-workers_pf_two.goseHimenIs were again act- lyveTfor Macddnald leayes.a bad qdor'and il wil' tijne before the memories' of the bye-election of 191i ba-t-e passed seems to like the reputation Mac- Gimli her.'ahd not until the moral senses oflriit liayc been aroused can its present Itlibils ...be removed. 'KEEP GAS IN ALBERTA. Y, DEAD KuMlan'ArUtocnti to Rtllj- tHd Good Work In India' IxsniioB, Bet. Hon. Gran- thel thTrS-rsaion' ttaiislocV, Iu Paris to4ay.' He vac lay religloua movemciit amongst the arls- He Eixnt'niinj- years In India and. devoted a fortune to providing for luou aud wocie'i m London. was born on April aud (iro sons and four daughters. Tio now "uaron IB the Hon. Grnn- Villa George Waldesravc. who bora, an September O U R POINT 0 F V J E W As predicted, pariy first tnd not Canada won in South' Lanark. Packing plants are .worthy of every. encouragement and Lethbridge is just as hiuch'a logical centre for one as Calgary-. Showing soreness over defeat in a civic campaign is not dence of a big "man, and is possible -justification for de- feat. Calgary gels the internal storage elevator ant! Richard Bed- ford Bennett is spared the pain of resigning.'; SVhat an it Mrnitlr? haVP wrench il would have been. See Our Line of Special Christmas Records just in A Good Line of Up-to-Date Popular Records And Machines Always in Stock K. AlWGHT The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898 The removal of.tri? ijuty pniwheal is an'inipcraUTe duty pf the government in the interest of western: farmers. The owes' the west some .consideration. TITHE.Medicine HaLTimes very properly offers a pruicsi ajpiiiist :T; the piping of natural gas from Alberta into Saskatchewan.as is proposed under" the franchise William Georgcson, of Calgary, hw secured for Moose Jaw. Tlie Times, like ourselves, takes view, not but be.caiise of the need of conserv- ing this great natural resource.; The history .of other, gas fields throughout IhJ. continent should teach Ihe lesson. In Indiana, Illinois and Ontario gas fields have been exhausted far before the tirne, ..Why? .Because they were exploited by great private in- terests out of those slates and provinces to large cities ..'where'.the supply was quickly exhausted.'. Take Ontario as an instance. A few years ago there an extensive gas field iii vicinity of Windsor, it was considered inexhaustible. The gaii.was piped across Ihtj Detroit river to. the city of Detroit and it was only a short lime until Ihe field went dry. The Ajbcrla gas ftaktislrould be.conserved for the districts where they are located. Tpwnvand cities wiU'rise in these bells and the industries locate these places can only be sure of permanency of tiic supply by knowing the gas.is being kept in the parent field !ind not carried long "distances reducing unquestionably the of.Ihe supply, if bur gas fields were inexhaustible il :.quite a different matter, but those who have.rend the of other fields know that gas does not last forever, iii fact .in many cases the lifetime is short, A hurried up byerclectipn didn't bury.the.sftrjch iii Jfojcdoq- The one of those moves, in' the political game which bring no prestige to the1 author. Hon. Thomas Crolhers' rernedy. for cost of is a few and he spoke ais IhjdC'gh that was How! he Borden government was meet Ihe Situation'. There is to be anqtheriDominion bye-electipn, this time in N. B. 'Majority- for tlie Conservative in JtOil Ired. 'SVe thrbw'uppur hands'right now.I __' Everyone expected the maghine to handle Macdohald efficiently. There i? only, one that is that the government interpret it as. tho voice pf'the''we.st in favor of high tariff and against free wheat.' York, liundred. The provincial government should step in and'see lo.it that affairs of the 'are fully. Yeotilated. li worthy charity1, {op m'ach so to haVe unpleasant jitpne? afioat and is the ideal family present a dinsion in public sympathy. 1 LETH BRIDGE'S PROGRESS. IN SATURDAY'S Calgary Albcrlan a paragraph appeared which ,does to this cily, though" i( is 'quite apparent, uii- ihtentionally. Tiie Alberian said: Lethbridge election, which was "the nearest approach !p real eleclipn by the passed off very well, and apparenlly good officials were elected. Lclhbridge is one pf the most promising cities in Western Canada, but its has been jomewiiat disappointing. .11 has not secured Ihe place that many people expecied.. With n progressive system of administration, we. shall expect it to progress more rapidly. Lethbridge has been progressive and we.'do not see where the new system of government VIII be able to make it more so. Of course the new system, in a move iti progressive gov- ejumcnt, but we take the A] her ten's remark lo apply to material progress. It is true that Lethbridge has not advanced in popula- tion as rapidly as some western cities but it today ranks as one of (He most substantially constructed cities in the west.. That fact is due lo the faith pur citizens have in the future of the city. OW municipal councils hive been progressive, too much so think when they have th.e tax bills; We have ABOUT THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT. SUGGESTION. NO! s V COSY COMFORTS FOR HOME He would surely teal comfortable apd at hwne'ln one of our smart LOUNGE JACKETt and a of our HOUee SLIMIRI on hli feet. Remeinber this when considering what jou aball HIM and he iirill surely remember YOU when then. We rfa'll'y ime the nattiest" Smoking JacWJta In'the locaji'ty at the present time, but would atk you to make your .selection eirly for they are sellIng rapidly. JAS. S. ROSE I PHONE (Ttw Partleular Man'i Wear-man) 3rd Aye. S. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE EBective Off. 21, 1813. ARRIVALS tt combines in one magnificent gift all the pleasure and happiness you wish for each member of the than you could possibly give; them in individual gifts at the same cosl Calon Voice" dealer k> hear your favorite music on ihe Victrola, ef, jf.'yM W il'iKOOTenKnl to call, he will be lo fife a Je oratulion ot tny nwtnimtni you denre in yoix m koM. VicfcoUi ham lo and are Void on eiiy paymtrti (ai low a> per week) i Victei lecord) are 90c (of 10-iocSdotiWe lideii. All for CaUlogue over 5000 Victor Berliiner Co. Lenoir Street Limited R E A L Ditlm i> every Town Cify Ttt intt on genuim Vidor-Vidrola and every Victor Record. Be sore you see'it before you buy.: zn-m NAME PROM jlltlB TO ARRlylt 12 11 613 Ml MS Crow's Neat Landing Crow'i Nest Hat Klytr ..............gpokane........ goo-Spokane Pagl Kit 4.3S 6.0.1 .J6..4S (1 ,l ,1...........................Canary here .every modern public utility and the city "owns" them. Leth- been and they have Ths rich territory which sur- in populilcd as.il will he by farmers, will make us no mean city, WC'have hot progressed like Calgary and some other western cities but coming. The C. I'. H. has .fertli.s great.factor in grqwfli and it will IK; a factor in tial for a big cily. KO. 612 514 12 11 511 551 W, SI7 NAME DEPAKtURKS Crow't Ctaw's Nest Expreii ..'..........Kootena; gM-apofcai-e SooSpokane Tiyer Local Hat Ixxal...........................Cranbrook Ucal f BtJit TO 4.U We Carry a Full Une of Victor Vic together with 3000 Records Visit our Victor Department today, and hear your favorite song or music Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos Local (vj VICTOR DEPARTMENT 404 Block 21 Weitern Br.nche. PVione791 t ;