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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta tAGE FOUR THK LKTHRR1DGE 'ITAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913 DAILY HERALD 193J Fvfellihicd by Ht'rald Printing Co., Ltd., lul evening at Iti Sixth Street, Ltthbrldjt. Alberta. Canida. PHONCt Editorial. 1 2 21 W. A. (UCHANAN otrittcr T. W. QUAVtK Manaiixg JOHN PHONE: And Jit 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION BAT IS delivered ......H-W 1 yeir, by mall 13.05 5 noathr. dellrtrid C 11-50 S moults, delivered S recntbB. 1 month, delivered ___ S5c l co-atb, by mill ......'Sc- at clten tut 4m4 THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALl AT 'Newt Co.; Shop, ii5 Oraavtlt StneL....... Xevn Co. Hirer Avcaut. G'any Holnl. .ft .CV hen Nun Agency. Book FOi Store, 108A Sth Ave. Worli Co. Plnthir Ed lira RMd. SL Co. Knot flea.- Co. Diamond Medlelni Hat AwlnlboU Jiotcl D. IVguton. t Mm- phr Co.; Crubrook Boei Corapaay. Nlin Compuy. Plncher HltelKll Drut Co........ tn aammarr of Ui< leaiTVwi ihitilct" I rear In advance fl.W 6'sjoalti ta We uiilling industry. Cnnntlinn iniUei's are fully qualilicd (V ccnv polc Hie AnuTu-au millfrs iu the markets of the world. They c'o it iii Dvituin toilay and thcy'oan do it in Hie Uuitvil Stall's. That market is opened to them and its jjix-at possibilities should mean a wWcuing of-Use demands for Cauivdiau made Hour. On the oilier hand more American milling concerns" may pussilily establish themselves the Cftiiadiau whcul-ilekls in to be in ready proximity to the supply. _' Tlie Conservative government is certain to have the unan- imous support of the Liberal parly in putting ;lUrbuijh llic pro- vision for free wheat and flour, niu! it may also expect a persist- ent detnaml from the same party for the complete removal of nil duties oa foodstuffs. The seed of trade: freedom-is sprouting in the ninks of the higli protectionists, hut it must grow beyond free wheat and free Hour. CALGARY'S LITTLE CROW. THIS city's industrial building is some.slruclure; bill the HQWS of its existciicc hasn't apparently reached Calgary yet. The ratepayers of that city recently to'civel aiijnihis: trial building, and the newspapers are out with the choi tic' that ft is the its kind in Canada. .Nothing sort, .te'h- jridge luis nn industrial .building only one.storey short of being as large as Hie proposed Calgary building, it is considerably jcy'oml the proposed stage. :Not only has an trial building with space already let to manufacturers, but others ire' in negotiation with, the ioiiuuissioper- for space, and it is safe guessing that Ihe Lellihridge industrial building will be a veritable hive, of busy industry before the Calgary bjiild- ing is much beyond llic foundation stage. Calgary has one .juess coming about priority in industrial buildings. THE CITY'S. FINANCES..; [T T IS NOT the desire of Die Herald to keepjreniiuding ratepayers J4 of their obligations to the city, but of the appeal of the hnayor as to.the.necessity of citizens'meeting-their cnic obliga- Jioiis, it might-nbt be amiss to again place emphasis on the need iiif regarding taxes as one of the first calls on receipts. It is very i largely a matter of civic jiali iolisni because even- property holder .in is personally liable, not only for the city's debts, but '.also for the civic honor. It is riot to" the'credit of a'cily to have mayor conliriuaily.on iu's knees lo'-the bankers praying for iconsideration.'and that is practically the situation in Lelhbridge: !Tliereis a very large amount of 1913 taxes outstanding' and if it vere paid the the bank would be much more pleas- ant.- -It may little pinching.fcrnicct ihe tax bill, but the pinching is worth while iielps to place, our city in a posilicri it is free from interest charges. The the-bank rescru'rces of the con- extent: .jytirfc Jhe .council -.Prompt payiiicnrofjiaxes .w'ould greatly to reducing 'the necessity of borrowing oh current account, in facl it mighl be eliminated altqgether. The'city is paying eight cent, al ihe hank, the same ns the individual customer, and it does no' -require a-mathematician to.figure out much it hampers the icfficient adiiiinistratioh of affairs'to have over oi current, taxes unpaid.-Some people" object-to unpleasant fads made public, but it is chiefly through the newspapers tha Hie average ratepayer learns of in civic circles, smi newspaper would be did not tell both Fides of.the story." Lelhbridge is in.quile as good position sis any i other city in the west, and to keep il-lliat should be the am- ibilion of 'every patriotic ratepayer. O U B V QIN T O F'" Free wlieat and flour look like a New -Years'gift'.for mliau farmer. _.- ,v' The farmer is exerting an influence. He is'even-lwgiiining-to get some slight freedom of trade from the Conservative liient. He will look-for more all-the v The Calgary Herald since entering its fine-new-building lias evidently enlarged its point of view, for it has come out flaifoblcd in favor in duty on agricultural implements'. Glad to into lhe: ranks tariff- ad- vocates. .-i'..-.. cultural The Calgary" Heraid'asks for a reduction of the duly oVagriT liral implciiients.'.Wonder if it is inspired and thai we.are to expect free machinery as well as free .wheat and T r-V7 hope so. The millers very.; generally damned the provision for free wheat in the reciprocity' pact of 1911. get piit hnt .cheer the free flour to be provi -by the a'lilU reciprocity parly'oflOfi. AVe believe if the sound.m'eii of both pblitical'jiSrties in the vest had their all grainslind all Jivsislock w'ould be on the TroubUvis'. the politicians control the tariffs and thej against-west, and vice versa. west free'list. east against The Calgary that Canada wheat' t< Germany. -Right you are, but; we stair I. qtit 'first 'andfle Germany know we have no gnulge against her. Better pull of the emergency.Dreadnoughts and spend the money on grain :cnr riers'between Canada and the German Empire.: FREE WHEAT AND FREE FLOUR. TIDE is turning." Our ponscrvalive. friends arc begin- ning lo see the light. The rinio'val of tariff barriers is to be 1 undertaken by the of'.that there is ;hardly any doubt. The resolution favoring'the removal of the duty on flour and wheat introduced in the Manitoba legislature hy-a Conservative member is an omen of. the action lo be taken by the Bordcn ministry during the coming session of parliament. is good news to those'who are in freer trade relations Ihe world. The move will be welcomed by the farmer who the advantage of wider markets! The removal of the duty is not voluntary on Ihe part of the government. It comes as 'ja result of pressure from the agricultural interests of the Canad- ian West. TVo years ago, in tlic: campaign of 1911, free wheat and other free products.were denounced. .Free wheat would be of no advantage lo this country.. The price would be reduced in- stead of advanced. The Canadian milting industry would be ruined. The novtb and south 'routing'.of products would wreck .our transcontinental were, favorite argument, of (he Conservatives in iOli.'amHl will "ftlm'ost choke a host of them lo be forced to swallow these arguments when flour and wheat are put on the free list by a government returned in oppo- sition to sucli tariff-remedies. The Liberal parfy holds the position held in 1911, thai rill foodstuffs should be on the free list. It docs not cnnline ils policj to two or three articles, but !o all foodsluffs. .JThat is what the farmer wants, and has wanted for and in Ihese days of the- high cost of living it is becoming 'more increasingly the dcmam of 'the consumers, too, The Liberal parly will fighl for further It must put itself on record as'favorable not only, but to free agricultural implements, an incrc-nsc o. _-s the Brilisl) preference, nnd a gc.iicral.-rcduclio.iY of the tnriff on manufactured goods. Free wheat and free hour will not re liabilinle the Conservative parly with the Idw tariff sentiment ol 'the country., T.t may appease some of theirWisfcrn advisers, bii it will come far from meeting the demands of the western farmer WtoU wheat and free npiir'mean to this country? We if will a great stimulus to the settlement of Ibis 'country. It will nppcaj lo'tbc farmer ftqiii Ife will argue, that it is lo fann on the clicap lands of West with'.a free entrance for his wheat to the Amnricni market than to farnl on llic high priced lands of the older sclllci [Western-Stales will mean a development of pur R. B.-Bennett doesn't like the idea of free whcal and. frei lour, at least that was Ihe' nature of. Ihe 'lus.ito amous Calgarj1 speech. Why 'didn't he'threaten i hey were provided? He might have then succeeded in preyenl ng the farmer.from.getting what he wanted. Conservalive positipn in Free wheat n advantage lo the farmer; it would wreck' the trnnscontinenta railroads the milh'ng'imhistry. Libcral.posjlipn, wheat Would he a good thing fp Canada. Conservative ppsilion, tariff will provide for th removal of the duties'on wheat nnd flp.ur. The inlelligcnj elector's lo me Bordcn has for jolle'ri all platform and the'year and i stealing the Liberal 'policy.. ;.-1 W_ .CONVERSION V In (hV-'.memorial presenteS by the Tarmers'to tha.'federal.- government one feature .which '.com- ds the tarriesf consideration .-of the.'iainislry, and of parliament, was the'aeci'.o'n. Hi.o duties Imposed "upon agricultural and .other machinery used'In-tie development ot yeaV Canada.importcji upwards of'afxteen', million-.dpljara' worlh bt farm 'implementsi.upon' .which.a- duty per .cent, or iollccied 'Ijy the gov- {rtimeiit.'- of tills duly that Jwlcc the'amount of the tariff collected by the govern- ment'-went ,lnto the pockets of Can- adEan.- macliinery.1" manufacturers through the. excessive protection eiv them. Thue, a tax .of .over million dollars laat -year imposed upon agricultural development in Canada This .principle Is obviously wrong. De The stockholders of the Union Dank of Canada will liaVe-no'espejiajiy agricultural. develop- to reeniis.ppoin.ed with Bank which has just been issued. Not only are the earnings in development Ihe year the best in the historj- of the Bank, but the shareholders ".i this Btage: to. grant excessive pro- have been gcnerousiylrcalcd; receiving in addition lo their rcgu- Industries we a arc putting tfie carl before the Iiorse. lar dividend of: 8 prrxent., a bonus of 1 per cent, making the By-placing machinery needed for iblal disbursements fpr'thc-year The .'net-'profits, development purposes within easier amounted lo as compared with for ious year. has been increased by now.stands The Current Loans have made large gain' through the abolition of gains, wiiile lhcT6lal Assets show the remarkable cxpansibn, pf grain, over gaining from lo A' feature of lhe.rcp.orl is Ihe large proportion of Gold, Dominion NO.LCS and other" quickly available assets. These bear an uiius-' tially to'the total liabilities lo the public, over 34 per cent. report is a very favorable one and" Ihe President, General-Manager-and those associated with him' de- serve HIEhigheslprniso showing made. WILLIAM OF WEID New King of Albania ONJMISSION RULE IS GROWING 'Ax'-jlLe -bcglnnlug uf iputii no'tcwer limn 23 towns and ties' In'1'enfcsj-lvaula adopted Ib form 6T govfrnnieQt, wltb our" council men and ft mayor lo act i'coiinilEEiouers. Here is liie list: Population Beading 6T.105 Erie Harrfsbure G4.1SC I'otjustowij AHoona Ailehtbvn -VotV Wlllia jut port Eastba 3S.537 37.537 51.S60 S5.452 Lebanon.............. PitU'oii'.-......-.........'. qli-'.CIlj li'radtord .PranVlla SJ67 'Tituay'iilew'....'. S.533 -iroboDgaiiela 7.59S flulhor, of P.enrisylvaDla's nissicn law sas's: "Tlie rneasuro has this: active "Interest 'on the arVqCVlfizeiis in niunfclpal''affairs o municipal gpiyernineci n'thisi'jcountry and abroad." .selection of-competent meni for citr officials, to spend-- all Tdinat- SCREAMED NeaHy Kidney Trouble Until Gave Welcome Relief and Completely Cured The Disease. CHARLES CALVEART, Esq. St. Thomas, Ont, April ist., 1973 igri.-I was laid up irilU Kidney Trouble and not tibtetogelout of my cbm. The paih'wtu excrucUliagaud my screams could bfthtard in tlic atrctt. I tiled mtuy different remedies without any results and I was steatlily groyjng weater. Ooediy, a Me ad from Ottawa came in to see me and when found t3t_msucU poor health, siid he send me a sample of which he di4 and I conimenced taking them. They did me good from 'the start and m a- very short time I was up and urouoil. completely '1' would; not have any other remedy for'' Kidney Trouble and would strongly advUe anyone suScridg Froui'thU trouble to cute themselves with ClIARtfeS CAIA'KART It is simply the relief that "Fruit-a-Uves" gives ifi Kidney and Bladder "Troubles.. In. the laijority of of "acid pain iu the back, "Itidaey cramps" and Rheumatism, lUe kiducys'are wot actually diseased, They arfctneiely'ovtrworted. That 13; they are 'doing "more than their share of the watt of ridding1.' tbe system of waste mailer. In most cjs'es ,of Kidney and Bladder theie is also Constipation and Stin relieves the Kidney Trouble by correcting the action of tbe Bowels and Skin.' This marvellous fruit medicine acts directly on tbe liver receipt of price by Fmit-a-UvesIjiniiteti, OtUwa, MANCHESTER ''SELLS" HOME '.Dec: Duke ,ol Manchester yesterday sold hia loWn Idenco-la'Grosvenor John Dcwar, Tbo house-Js of the pretentious in the nristo- cratic square, and. has Jong been ip possession of "the duke's family. h'as'iifsplred, the'Kbpe thai good for class In Peansyl- rahik is ''11 at Jas, Rose's Store :Vi: Our Xmaa trade phcnomcnfli that woj'.d-bc cuatcmora could not' be attended to in the ordinary" Ijunineag hourjj, but our goods appealing to them so strongly paid a a TU1t driiig the'night. Via the sfcyllgM. and secured a choice assortment of seasonable pfeeenjs. they overlooked a fresh shipment of NECKWEAR'ANO FMtGY GOODS which had npfbcen unpacked, so we shall" not be handicapped In supplying ybtir' purt'hasos "and avoW disappointitient other midnight cuatorner''supply needs. r J PHONE 1817- JAS. S. ROSIE tT.he particular 604 3rd 5.; MAJOR SHARPE MAY .HEAD IMPORTANT HOUSE COMMITTEE Qtlawa, OriL, Dec. is under- itood.ttiil Major Sam Starpc, M.I', will Bucccej Mr. Crockett us chairman of.'llie private bills. (iommHteo of tho comfioiis. This an exceedingly Itprtftiil comrnltlec, and Sag to deal or tlje.Eeriom legislation fclj baa comb before parliament. PHONE No, 605.- THE WEROF OF .XfllAS AND NEW YEAR..PRESENTS "-'-LIST Wines Liqueurs Murnms Champagne, pints. (While .Stal) .Nath. "JpSnslon; Sautern Barton Sautern Duff- Gordon1 Sherry Blrkedall- Sparkling Burgundy SlrkeJall Hartman, Three Star 'Port. CrMt Walnut Port Old. Port Cru'zado 'Three Crcwn Fine Old- Port Wf.lto.nV Invalid Nelratelner Amer.. Picon Grenadine Curacao Maraschino Cremt tfe Mer.the Cream de Cacao Ku'niel Chartreuse Benedictine Spirits ChlanU Gfrtfler Wine for the Ai-L BRANDS OF Whiskies Cognacs ALL SOFT DRINKS; A B. REUTER'S WINE. NEXT IIIGINCOTHAM'S, FIETH- STREET. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE NO. NAME Effective Oct. 26, 1913. FROM PRfNCE ALBERT'S NEW ENGINEER frlnco Albert, Sa'sk., Dec. jcif.elecirlcal engineer for Prince. Al- bert .was by the city .conn- M. K. I'fl'inon, recently with the Appalachian 1'ower-company, of and [ormcrly with thu. Phoenix "DynaTno company, or flrad- "Salary'la a year, Crow's Nest Express Soo-Spokane flyer plyer Local Ixical .Local Local Kootcnny landing .Mccliclno lint Spokane i St. i'nul Cr.inbrook Mtillclne Hat DUE TO AnniVD, ..Cardslon Calgary (Mdersydo-brancli) 23.40i 1.35. .15.2') .'.5.45 .il3.i3 ..10.25. NO.. 513 Crpw'a 5H 12 31 512 611 564 5Cfi 517' Local l-pcal Wca! NAME NcstiKx press.' Npst! Bxprcsif Fiyer Klycr 'FOR Medicine Hat Pnul Hat DUB TO DEPART Car Jslou Canary (via AldOiSydo) 4.45 C.15 .y'.lB.SO' ...J5.5n J.SC ,17 4 a ;