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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETUHRIDG-E- DAILY HEKAhU DECEMBER 17, 1913 LEtHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD lie? Published >y the Printing Co, hi fvenlnu it office, SlxtH Albtrta. -Canaii. Aj 1224 T. W. JOHN TORRANCI uttntM hlinigtr Clrc-JlktleK And Jcb 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BATH 1 year months, delivered S months, delivered ('.00 rcoatb, delivered 3Sc- 1 null W.OO moaths, bj 11.59 3 montns, by mill 7Sc 1 montb. by maU ____ 2Sc. -cbicfed oTttn nitut THE DAILY HERALD fOR AT Drag Book Store; J. O. Rob- ertson ft Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Drug Storir Kenny AlUn; Hotel Clsir Eland. Dlam-nd D'Aro. Medicine Kit AMlnlboU Hotel." llur- DooSr Seattle t phy Co.: Ctaobrcok Company. Provincial Company. McCrea; Slitobsi! Brui Co. Br04. Vancouver WorH Co.; Newc Shop, Grannell Street........ Xeirfl Co. 705 River Side Avenue. Lakt Hotel. Co- ben Asency. Book tad .Kens Store. 10JA Sti Co. PlRchtr SUtton Eaward Reid. 6L Xewi Co. Knot Co. THE WEEKLY-HERALD- Pnbailitl jveir Wtdsrsdiy la eljM or Ifio'i'fif', eonulu sasmarr of Uw ctira of the wtik. lecil and district 1 year ia adTicce.....KOO 6.months In'advance SOc The truth about l.ethbridye is gootl enough nt airy lime. I.cl us tell the truth, bul let us tell it with H.simling face and'with u lone of voice thai indicates belief in our own. statements. Lcilibriilge is not dead. It has a large pay roll, from tljc miners aud other industries, arid is a constantly growing wholesale centre.' Lcth- bridge has some unemployed due to the seasoii, bul has ho hiui- drcds of unemployed sucli us tire found mother, fi.ties, .even in Alberta, is needed is the of .tlw l.cthbrulgi% spirit. It counts and does not drive men ,tp' other cities to do business. There, is no city in Canada but is experiencing the touch of hard times, and Lellibridgc in almost every respect is (freer from the unemployment caused by a liick'bf work in fu" lories running on half time. Lethbridge. is.progressing slowly in some respects, perhaps, but substantially, arid lias the resources bov.ad to make it a city of first importance years to come. SASr tio -ff THE CITY AND UNPAID TAXES. M AYOR HARDIE is quite rifiht in urging upon cfelinquent tax- payers the necessity of an early settlement of accounts with the city. The'banks advance money security of uncol- lecfc'd taxes and inroffering (he security, tfaelcmc authorities do so with the confidence that the their obliga- tions to the ciiy. If it Is necessary to enforce a sale, the onus 'will reit'entirely with those who are.in arrears. It is no doubt a difficult matter to raise the money for taxes in these times of especially when people have a lot.of other liability .which is 'pressing, but two "years of grace is certainly fair and the city has even" right to expect that the money will be forth- coming in order to meet the demands of .the bank. The city is paying heavy interest at the bank on the money advanced on the strength of unpaid.taxes, arid-.should it run much longer it is not difficult to see that a goodly portion of. the taxes will be lost. The "mayor should have the support of the ratepayers as a whole in any step necessary to enforce collection.- r SASKATCHEWAN'S NEW LEGISLATION. is again to the fore advanced legisla- tion. It is going to loan money lo fanners. It will be re- membered that that province sent a commission to Europe to investigate the system in'operation in Gcrnnmy, France and Aus- tria. On their return the commissioners submitted a report and upon this report-the government is basing the legislation. -The bill as presented provides that: Any resident of the province, who associates himself with nine other persons, to form n local group, miiy join the associar lion. He must apply for a first mortgage loan on farm pay a membership fee of returnable if no loan is granted. The association formed by the aggregatiori-.of local groups will be. administered by three.commissioners, appointed by the lieu- teniinl-governor in council, One member, ouly of this board wilj be employed on a permanent salary, the" others will simply 'be reimbursed whatever expenses they may incur.in the the association. There, will also be an advisory board of fifleesi persons, three-to be appointed by the goverrinieril, one ca'cli by the- following University, of the provincial department of agriculture, tire Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, the Union of Rural Municipalities, the'pro- vincial Winter Fair Board, and the Convention of Societies, and six by ballot of the association: Some outstanding features of the new.'Organization'are that it will not profit, although a reserve fund created, that the government will guarantee "principal and inter- est of bonds issued for an amount lo be determined on from lime lo time, that members of Hit association will be liable for indebt- edness to the'extent'of-oOper cent, in their'borrowings', and that borrowers-may pay olf their loans prior to" the Espira- tion of their mortgages if they so desire. Loans will not be made in respect to more than 40 per cent! of the value of farm property and the commissioners will be the valuators. No loan will be for less thnn 15 years or more..ihan 35, and all loans will be repayable in equal annual or semi-annjia: instalments of principal and interest. It islprqyjiled, as lo the foregoing relalibn, thafon notice or a bonus of three months' interest, any member may pay-an" amount toward the discharge of his loan in excess of the regular payment. "He-will not, however, in consideration of having macle an excess payment he allowed to rjiisS.makiu'g'Dajiiicnts on the subsequent regular p'aymcnts fall JJifi1." FAIRFAX HARRISON, the new ildeut .of the Southern Hallway. Ho _bom iri 1S69, and was with ILe Canadian 'aclSc Hnllway. LEtHBRlDGE'S CHANGE OR GOVERNMENT (Edmonton Dtfltelln.) The .'elective commlEEton i'W Inaugurated In Lethbrldge oh ilondajTy iv-hca tbo flrst set ot commis- were chosen.' As Is usual vherTpne goverriniental system Is be- for a new one, public nier'est In the cbange and In the lon 'tan. high, everyone was full'to the'iuuziel of condemnation of the old order.cf tilings and confident beyond argument that'the civic, milennhim ras nbout to dawn. The new slon'prs" could ask for'no belter tond- for' themselves. or tbo new nia- ara to operate. If, there- the next year or so Leih- sridge does not get an altogether su- perior, brand, of civic administration will be a demonstration ieyond question by anybody that the elective system.does not do what its charep'cms claim for It, even tempor- anil ivhen Introduced under the (fi6 Vill It ihln Im Uie case ft fa what was to upected. There are who ''I told you to" that tla party came to if Mr. .Borflen power we sfcairfd bard limes. e-orifl'bf'lbe flnt Indications that IB, coining truer-a railing accompanied with a post estravagBnt expenditure.: Unetniiloyment tho spectre ,of the "soup hitchen" manifest themselves for the first time in fifteen or sixteen -years; and with these we have tho coat ot living pltch- fcrked to the highest point. Verily th.e honest elector Increased evl- dence that h'e doesn't get waat hof' voted for vrfcen lie helped elect th_'' Harden governnitrnt. _ M CANADIAN 0 PAY-? VER-KNOCKING is as dangerous to the welfare of the coun- try, or perhaps even more so, than over-boosting. The plain '.truth nbout conditions is "probably the hnppy_ medium between ;these two extremes, and in Hie end does more real good than over-boosting. But the truth can be told in two ways. One might say thai business was good, but say ifin'such a glum way a stranger would very much doubt "the veracity of the state- ment. Then it might also be made to .convey an.entirely opposite impression by being stretched into nn .altogether too optimislic phrasing. The former manner of or tone might'be called over-knocking, and the latter over-boosting, although it is a hard matter to make a definite discrimination. There can be no doubt that Southern Albif ia has, in the past, Iwcn boosled to the limit, but theie is plenty that she ,is suffering at present from a chronic habit of knocking on the of ccrlain men, especially those who travel throughout the 'district, and Lelhhridge. the brunt; The extent of the ordinary traveller's influence is remarkable. It is very apparent that in the smalleY towns regarding Lelb-, bridge, is that it is "dead." That is an absolute untruth, but for "the sake'of argument let us grant that business is at least quiet. When a merchant in one of the- smaller .'town's adjacent to Leth-, -bridge asks-the question, "How are things in nnd the tras-eller replies, ''Everything's what is his conclusion? How much better it would be to reply: are rather quiet, but they arc belter than in most of. cities, and we liave'notliing to grumble about." It would be'the truth, told in a; bright way, entirely different impression than the former remark. v. Onc'mercliani.iii-a small town to the north of Lelhbridge is actually known to have driven several hundred dollars worth of trade this city by a remark of this nature. A farmer near the town 'came in to lake the! train to Lethbridge to purchase his winter's supply of clothing" and supplies. He had seven cliitd- i'ower be .accorded-to the association: to borrow, Mo IriTiothecale its-real and personal ciillurists. 11 may also invest disposable by the same in nny chartered investing in. sucli securiiics.'or ways as a trust company is permitted to'lend trust funds' in its hands, or by -the purchasing of its Borrowers'from the association must devote the funds so raised to permanent iniprovemcnt of their properties, or tq'pro- duclive purposes with il. Where land dcpreciate's in value the association lias power to require a partial repayment of the loan. of civic' employees, jnaie for civic Gd supplies, strike hands yd'-h thp'grafl and boodle briea'e ol one or ofber., political party, an.1 HnK tii'eso and. other helpful. elemirlis into one .combiiuflpn' for tba pfrrnancnt control of tie city.. Pay your taxes or the auctioneer will catch you One week ffoin tonight is the time to hang up your stocking. Don't forget, the-Herald Christmas Fund.--It is worth, wililc as a menns of helping those who need- it. Once more let il be said (hat it is a wise person who-docs noli leave Hie Clirislmas shopping off unfil Hie last If il would only snow we could unlap the-jokes abpiit the reindeers and the sleigh. Should.a penniless'mother appeal in .vain for a visii-frornj 1 San la Glaus? The re-opening of-the Diamond Cily mines will Christmas box to the thriving lillle village across (he "river: A POSSIBLE FUTUHE CONSERVA- -7IVE- LEADER (A Wiyiarer-.In the Nation) 1 see it suggested thai the Conser- vative delegates at Norwich came with 'a definite Impression of Lord Rcbert Cecil Tory j leader.- His Berlouuneas, persuasive- ness', skill and precision of argument and a.certain Rladitontan loftiness of hearing and fervor of spirit, marked hltn .out from other epealcera, t seemed to prophecy a career of un- usual, eminence. I thlni the popular- verdict was a wise one. Torylim wants, 'Lord. Robert It a brba'der. ont.look on-life banPthe.Cecils usually.'boast, and on VX6 Robert possesscB the "L that-'powcrjnl: clan Ml .If1 It. finally. fiord Robert, l.'cfioo'sea an irijtocrit- ontl real, il a-'falrly flexible ConjefTative, not Tory'democrat; a a prbCectlonlat; -t'ind mfnd, rainer than a quickly resppiifre one. ------A HOYAL OlfT CANADIAN PACIFIC EXCURSIONS TC EASTERN CANAD> .DAILY, DECEMBER 1 to 31, VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC-RAILWAY Class Round-Trip Tares from LETHBMDOE to Limit -L -TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNlA', WINDSOR, HJ.SI MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVUE, KINGS- TON W.St ST. JOHN, MONCTON................., SS6.3: fares from other points and to all stations In ONTARIO QUEBEC MARITIME PROVJXCES. .v of Informalloa and full particulars apply to any acent of thfl Canadian' Rallvcaj. YERY LOW FARES until DECEMBER 3lst In conneclion with [ahlfc Return Hmll five raonths. 'ALL STEAMSHIP LINES REPRESENTED 'i Excursions to United States I II is not much of'a Irihute (o Canadian independence (fiat ren and his purchases would have amounted to a considerable 1S not nluc11 -a lo maenemlencc that ornount. tpon being told, that "things. were dead" in Fxitl.bride i known lo he so that, two Qf. three tpon being told, that "things, were dead" in Fxttlibriiige, this farmer turned to Calgnry, made his purchases there, andj for all we know still basks iti the belief that he knows how busi- ness is here, when he is entirely wrong. Another farmer came to Lclhbridge and visited a store to buy a pair of shoes. He asked the merchant how business was, nnd was (old that il was "no good." Thai merchant didn't sell a pair of shoes to this farmer.. Mr. Farmer didn't like the flavor reply and went elsewhere. Another farmer was seen pull- 'irig out of town wilh a load of merchandise. He had come in thirty mjles to do his buying made the statement that.-he felt "blue all accpuntTof the allilwle of spfnc he.liad met. It seems that .these imprcssjoris.are being cir- of the city, Vr thtir own pcr- commercial .travellers.- commercial i..-.- 'lit' _ I 'i mcn can mCCl nrul m advanCC !S lo "1C c1lo1e iravellirig men are'gur have thai those wh lire dping'thcsc thing's realize .what power and influence their cpiiscipiJsly.jinoeU.thc town. They "doing it unconsciously, but .they are doing it just the same. a convention. A coterie of party workers 'met at' Frcdcrictpn yesterday and selected the Hon. Mr. as the Cpriscrvative standard hearer in York, X. B., and they expect.that the conven- tion will ratify the deci'sion without a 'murmur.-' of n majority and the trick will lie who] ABOUT THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT SOOUESTIOX NUMCBa] Here's something safe and what any man A COMBINATION SET of BRACES, ARM-BANDS AND OARTERS You cannot possibly go' wrong In presenting' these for they are _ tverydfiy requirements. We have them to" meet any and fcyijry taalc from ite Inc. sot up.lo All Silk at 12.60. pair o' our Fancy Bilk Armbands woul'd also' mike a pleasing JAS. S, ROSE PHONE 1817 (The particular KX 3rd Ave. 'India ge of.Rngland, aa Emper Is sending a costly am Curious' gift to -the Dalai Llama o Thibet.-' Tjio Centre piece is a grcal -casket lined with white, vet wijhin ore a cup and" platter tntn set In frames of gold autographed portraits of Kfng Gcorgo All; I DAILY, DECEMBER lit to Hrst Class Round Trip Fares from to Mlnneipolli and St. Paul Chicago Duluth SH3.10 Kanui City Return limit Thrco iltmtbs. Corresponding tares to'other polnu ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, NBnRASlti and i. Excursions to Los Angeles, Ca on Sale JANUARY 3, A, >nd 6, 1914 TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., .JANUARY 8th Alto Slle Jinujry 10, 11, 12, 19H for special train from Spokan iwiyary: 13. Return limit, April 30th, 1914. j. RETURN FARE FROM LETHBRIDQE Oolng niio" Returnlna via apokans GotHg' via. Ipokane and Returning Stops will Vt made at 1'ortland, and San Francisco, San Joae, Santa Cru Paso Roblcs, Santa Barbara, Riverside nnd Kedlandti, Fare on goir trip from SpoVane Includes berth and meals on train or at hotel and a nu bsr.af.'lBhtseelng trips. Return Is by regular eervlcel ineals and bcrtj. Excursions to Vancouver, tbna, New Westminster, B.C: RETURN FARE FROM I on Sale December 11, 12, 13; January 17, 18, 19; Pchrui 10, 11, IS-'" Heturn limit, April 30, 1514. "tETHBHIDCE TICKET 512 R. DAW90N, District Pasiengcr Afient, Calgary, Alt: LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE and -Mary. In addition there Is a.complclo .the English nage of the current year, from a farthing to a sovereign; photographs of Buckingham Palace and the o( Westminster, in nllver-gllt frjmes, in'd '..Ihc whole, guarded by a small rculica.ot thV Trafalgar Square lions, fashioned In IB-carat gold. Th'o'cup Is 4 magnificent workmanship, a replica, ol a Charles 'II. cup. The crown goldsmiths were speedily com- missioned to cieuiie this splendid gift at. thtlr London factory. Dot thin 'and Its Fondcrful golden Jt- tings are only part of the peculiar treasure now on nay to the Sacred ell? 'of Lhassa, A'saddio and saddle cloW vrlth it, and rolls of various lini.ils, 'and, most pocullsr of ail, a coAplele set of the latest edition of the Brltaanka, Oct. 26, 1913.. ARRIVALS NO. 513 914 14 11 612 oil 518 CfbVs N68l Elftcst Cfow'8 Nest Bipress Flyer goo-Spokano Hyer PHOM .....Kootcnas f.anding ...'..Medicine Hat liui; txKAl IxkH Local .ixical.. Cfanlrop ____o'llnt ,11 u ..........Calgary (AJdcrsyila bcftnch) yBPAKTOKES TOR Ilftt... NAMB Crow's Keel Express KestKx press Flyer Soo-Sppkane Hycr ;.JJ6cal Local IxScal (via Aldorflyds) ;