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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET IT 13 P A1I, r JIK R A Ij I) LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD DECCMBER Publlihtd ky in, Htrald Punllthlnj iv.iilng Atchlnaon. L. Reinecke Diamond City Drur-Co. Vancouvar" H. TV'Ida News Company. i Street. Jajnleson News 705 Hlveraide Avenue. Also fin -all C.P.R. trains Cross Drug A store; J. G. Robertson Co Jackaon k Co.: andra Hotel: People's Drue store; Kenny Allln. A. Co R. W Hamilton Plncher J Mitchell D. U McCreR. Bros. Drug it Book Company. Fernte, B. Seal. Jtfoirilay, net-ember in g. OUR POINT OF Did someone suggest popula (km by 1915 for Lethbrhige? years left. Time to got THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every cdnesdaj in elrht or mora and contains a summary of the news or the week, local and diatrlct I year In I! months In months in advance ancfl .75c. The Using of Waste Products TUB 1ALKLD OF branch factor to ne installed in Lethbridge for the manufacture of building paper, boxes, and other materials from wheat straw, is a. wise'provision for utilizing what are otherwise fre- quently -waste products. Schemes of this kind belong to a true economic policy, and -where possible, they should he enlarged. In this connection we .recall a plan formulated .some little in ITValla.Walla county, Washington. It was for the use of straw in the mak- iug of prairie roads. Although straw has been used there for some' time in road-making, the proposal Is for a bet ter application of the material. The new method is" an improvement o the old, and consists not merely of throw" ing straw into ruts, but of mixing the straw with the soil.. which is eaid to make a road that will outlast even gravel and cindeis The .roads are plowed and graded, and brought to a crown. When the bed has harrowed and made level the., straw, .i.s' put on the soil to a depth of six inches. A disc cutter cuts the up .ind mixes it.into the earth., .If all the straw works into tile roadbed stran is put on, un- til a.cushion is formed. A steam- roller then packf and straw Into a. hard mat which is said to be as durable as'asphalt, and a road is made that, will, if properly graded, turn off water. The straw roadwaj In addition to giving scope for making use of .an article that la often burnt fulfils an- other useful purpose in serving as a means fo'r dealing with the weed liul. sonce. .An excellent substitute has been found to be and other weeds, -vyhich cut down, during wet weather can be mixed with the soil n the same way and will furnish the same utlllti These measures if employed will Jrove an. efficient solution of a prob- lem which are up Pearce reports car say a contemporary. Now It is to be sun posed they will try to jab the harpoon into the C. P. B. .Waoleod Is after the government to make that ipwn n grain inspection iwint. The local Board of Trade wll kindly sit up and take notice, for as f-Iacleod Advertiser says. It will not do to let the. grass grow under our feet. Tho two young fellows who are camping out at Uie Land Office In .this California weather do not seem to mind it at all. It would be a pleas- out outing any hut '-when nice chunk of Alberta laud -dangles in front q[ them .they consider the halt soineirhat tempting. With the session of the legislature coming on, of'Trade should not forget that a-laud titles' office is oue .of .the necessities for the coming vear. -Now is the time to go after the irovinclal once more put forth the fcopd and argu- uents LethbridgE should have ho registry office. Lethbridgo winds up'the year 1912 with a lot to be thankful for.. A year go It was just au ordinary vprairie Now it is a city with the airs They tried to Tuft up wit dynamite' tlie evening. Whic seemed, a very foolish -thing to do Bill being generally considered a dea one anyway. After sojourning tor a couple weeks .down in Sunny Tenneue Mayor-eleci Hurdle ought to he abls to set' into harness and start oft the year at a pretty warm clip. Xaw Year It hero and the pros jeets for peace are not very bright Turkey as the central figure In :ho scrap hag set the world .alking, -it hardly seems seasonabl o expect peace, for Christmas and Vew Year are never happy times for f a city. The street cars, the paved iTeets big parking system, ot to mention the lighting: system rhich. is the-best on the prairies, makes It a city to be proud of. The me to expand nothing an stop Lethbridge becoming the ipital of the'south. With the C. P. K. ready to com- ence its colonization, scheme, in .the Lethbridge district In the spring the ig company qnght to havo somo'thlng ood In store for Lethbridge. The igger this city grows the better the urket for the farmers living on their tract. The C. P. R. has a New for Lethbridge .which will bring glad smiles ;when It Is announced. The coal mines of Alberta have had a very prosperous year, and those in the Lethbrldgo district contributed largely to that! prosperity, this is only another reason why the new city council should put forth every effort to induce industries to' locate -hore during the coming year. Industries follow ccal mining. That is observed the world future of Leth- bridge should be .bright. With-the beginning of the New .Year every citizen of_ Lothbridge should become more a booster than ever. THE STANDARD SECURITIES COMPANY Real Estate and In vestments OWNERS OF Suite 111 to 115 Sherlock Building P.O. Box 1979 1291 Think The Christniis Colliiion (Toronto Telegram) Christmas Jfiills and the cash re- urces of the family have mingled in eir usual-head-on collision. Where- pon the cash resources look like the of the Aids to Mixed Farming rHE'-ENTJEWOns of the HOB Duncin Marshall to hrmg choice stock into Alberta will irove encouraging to farmers, in thai hey will know that 'the Provincial jovcrnnient is doing io utmost to ;ive material aid for the furtherance f mixed farming. The reduction oi rices of wheat In Liverpool, through glut In the causes the farm- r to face another uncertainty as to isposing of his crop at a profit at a me when other things appear favpr- and must" more than ever direct is attention, to new means.- "We will gays Mr. Marshall, n this province the best herd or liry shorthorns on the. coutinent-.of merica." To carry this statement it to its full significance, farmers ive only to avail themselves of the tportunlty placed before them. In addition 'to cattle, the -Minister of Agriculture has imported a thous- and pure bred pullets lor the Edmon- ton -poultry farm, and another useful branch-of.mixed farming has not been neglected.' The' successes which, have been achieved by exhibitors of Alberta bred stock must" serve as an incentive to other's to specialize where they can. for there is not a doubt that much in the Vay of reward awaits them. The-Provlndal -Government- is show- "ng energy in Its en- deavor to solve the agricultural prob. iem for the benefit of thc farmer. It is proceeding-In the right direction. All ;f that is _ necessary is that these efforts should be seconded by the making use of them by those for whom thjy ai-e intended. this Is done we can look hope. the. establishment'of an in- duitry.tiiat Till mean so much to the substantial "development of the prov- nce in what-it is best adapted for. .Experience Counts (Plncher Creek Echo) Listen to this from -thV Lothbridge News: "There is :also this to.be said for this grand' and glorious country of ours. It affords the men more op- portunities for kissing the women than any other 'The editor of that paper- is probably referring to conditions as he has'found them; How Tax Reform Will Work (Toronto How 'will tax reform work out? Here are some typical instances taken from the assessment-rolls 'recently completed: The calculation is based on the taxation of all buildings in- comes, and business concerns at 75 per cent, of the present assessment, and of land at. its full value. The wiping-out, of 25 per cent." of the present assessment of Improvements Incomes, and business houses would Increase the tax rate from IS mills to 2094-mills. The actual result as shown in the case of two typical central properties Indicates-that a change in the system would force the construction of ade. Quite buildings.: The Janes building at the northeast corner of King and Yonge occupies one of the most val- the assessment of the building the total taxes at; the' rate of 205i mills would be an increase of That would be the penalty exacted Worn the owners for keeping' an inade- quate ouilding .on one of the city's best corners. Premier Bordcn Should Brush Up Memory (Pincher Creek Echo) This naval fiasco which Is causing such a furore down at Ottawa at the present time has been on the tapis in- the Canadian -parliament fo'r many moons, and a glance over the pages of .Hansard for the past few' years discloses some rather wide Inconsist- encies on the-part of the' present pre- mier's attitudc.bn the naval .'Question. For compare the' following excerpt .fronVa speech n 1909 with the scheme advocated by that Gentleman at the present time: "I am entirely of the .'opinion" In :he first place, that the proper HUB upon which we should proceed n Is the line of having a C an naval force of our own. I entirely helieve In that. The other experiment has been tried as, between Australia and the mother country, and it has To Our Insurance Customers ._ If you- are a user of NATURAL GAS. cither for heating or cook- dug purposes, we would respectfully request that you call at our' office and receive a PERMIT for the use of same. l i i. It Wo would also respectfully call your attention to- the a'dvisahility of incrcasing-yoiir insurance, as with the lighting of winter fires, your risk of loss is greatly accentuated. Wilson Skeith C. P. R. AGENTS Eeliable-Fire offices represented by us. Opp. Alexandra Hotel Phone 1343 The Indianapolis Trial 1 OMIXG AS A SEQUEL to th j trial and conviction of the Me Namaras. the finding of the In inapolis court will tend to 'furtho ow organized labor In the State w it has been deluded and dupec will serve to cause It to set it use in order, and to disassociate elf for all' time from the dastardly ment which has unconctously been owed to find a place In Us ranks. Phe conviction of Ryan and. his as :iates should not he considered as Humiliation of labor organizations Judge Anderson put it, the laboi ons were not on trial, but union cials accused ot wrong-doing. Even lawyers who detcnded'lhe ionvict men express themselves as being cived by them into believing In Ir innocence. The better elemonl .he labor parly have.had their sym lues betrsyeu by men who have ienced hy their actions that a nnr margin divides massacre from Ihorhood. This might have been In days gone by, when the prln- es of fraternity were sought to he Izod through excesses, as in the nch revolution, from the cont'em- ion of which the world records i it conditions are not as (hey then i, and the Irend of civilization has luccd a better spirit. The major- rry.1 Hy of those who are affiliated to laboi unions are'men who believe in order- liness, and wluvwill shrink from the employment of means which are In- human, and which their perpetrators can only justify by the-mendacious theory that, in certain cases killing is not murder. The history of the events which have- encled in., the-present trial re- flects on tho peculiar conditions of criminal- -procedure In the United States. .The.recourse to appeals, and the allowing of technical objections, have .frequently' ended in failure to this has in a way encour. aged men to hope for immunity when arraigned, and has, likewise, made lo- cal authorities slow to act. This was conveyed by the remarks of the prose- cutlng attorney when he said that the dynamiters grow bold In violating the federal tows in carrying deadly explo- sives on passenger trains, because they nover dreamed of prosecution. If out of evil good may come, there of satisfaction in feeling that tho government of the United Stales will seek to reform Its judicla methods so as.to make quickly am effectually for the conviction of crim nalsv .This (he efforts to bring the criminals to justice, in spite of dim cullies, serve to show. It is a reform vhlch tho people of the United State; lercelye ilierc is a need for. As to organized labor i'tselr, In tin. vords of AUornoy Miller this prosecu. ion will'bo a honelit. will purge of rough tactics. The whole Uulted talcs owes a debt ot gratitude to th uable sites in Toronto. valued for assessment The land is purposes at and building m it at only a; total" ol The taxation of IS mills will be If a reduction of 25 per cent. Is made not worked satisfactorily in any re- 1 navy." would co-operate with the ftT cruisers and battleships of the British spect. In Great Britain the contribu- tion has perhaps been regarded rather unsatisfactory. In Australia i- the end it failed to meet the approval of the people .for the reason- that Great Britain felt constrained to ask Australia- that the.field of operations of the squadron should 'be extended to the China and Indian Seas- and when the operations of that .squadron Thus spoke Mr. Borden .in 1909 If the scheme outlined above was good enough at that date, it should answer just as well in 1913. were so extended the Australians that the contribution which they i felt making for some years -past was not really being used to give that protection to Australia which her in- terests demand. So that the policy of Australia at the present 'titoe is to build up a flotilla of submarines and torpedo craft which, in case of war "fust por a Toke_ Have You Anything to1 Sell? ALL the People about in the Herald A PROVED Sales- maker of EVER Y line Why Cook Suit "Why did .your cook "She said our family was too small." "Too _ "Yes. We didn't market for enough people to feed her family, even if we went without eating ton Record. X. A Real Buyer's Guide for 6000 Families Circulation Statement will Satisfy The Knocker Hammer and clang- Hammer and clang- to' the knocker with clamor and hang, Lamming and slamming, And jamming and ramming, Sniffing and' with -clatter and Hitting to right ol 0, the great might of him! Striking to left of Just watch the cleft of him! Whacking and cracking each head on the way, flapping and slapping hy night and by N'une. can escape from his hammer and hang, Whanging away Day after day. Still, .let him hammer ami hammer along! Think not to shrink from the sound of his gong! -Maybe on you He heals his tattoo, Pilling your life With .anger and You let him hammer and clamor away day after day; Iloeci you his clamor, and list to his Bay, You are the steel to be fashioned and He Is the Hammerer destined to he lust what you need In.thc difllcult Seeking'the bay, who, with hammer and hang, And clamor and clang, Scolds you and molds you, providing the test To prove that your metal Is wrought of the best! Kondrlck Danes, In Harper's Weekly, .Knew Father's Game ;jrark: Twain's daughter Susie kept at one time in which she noted" the occurrences in the family and., among- other things the sayings of her parents. On one page she wrote that "father sometimes uses stronger mother isn't by and'.lie'thinks we.don't hear him." HITS. Clements came across the book and showed, it to her husband, who afterwards kept a watch on Susie's diary. -But one day his eye caught the-following -entry: "I don't think I'll .put down any- thing mo-re about father, for I think he does things to -have me notice him, believe he reads this Kansas City Journal. Electrical Dealers And Contractors Phone 637 706-3rd Avenue S., Grim Prospect According to Prof. Pisner, of -Yale University, by the year aver, age span of human life .will he about 250 years. People will then, we Imag- ne, he more nervous than ever of THE TURKEY, THE CRANBERRIES; THE PUDDING, THE PIE-ALL WILL TASTE BETTER IF-ALBERTA'S PRIDE "BEER IS SERVED WITH THE DINNER, "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" BEER, CLEAN AND WHOLESOME, ENCOURAGES THE APPETITE AND AIDS DIGEST ION. YOU MAY BE THANKFUL FOR SUCH A PURE, SATISFYING INEXPENSIVE BEVERAGE.' TELEPHONE US OUR WAGON WILL CALL TO-DAY. ANp THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED I PHONE 554 ;