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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMIiEK 30, 1U13 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MTAtLIIHID DECIMBCR 1HT by Ltthbrligt Htrjld Printing Co, LM, law fail it lt> office, Sixth Lithbrldgt, AKwrta. PHOMt EdltoHtl. 1224 W. A. BUCHANAN OtrtcUr T. W. QUAYLK K4IUr JOHN TORRANCB PHONIt 1252 DAILY I year H.W 1 by mail months, S2-00 6 monthi. oy mill I months, dellrored i'-OO I months, >y mall t month, delivered 35e. 1 month, by nail u otttn u taint. 71: THE OAILY HEKALD FOR AT Cioea Book Stort; J. G- KoV erUon Co.; Jackson Co.; Alexandra rlottl; ple's Drue Store; Kenuy A AUlfi; Ho'al Cliat SUndi D'Ara. Mtdlcint Hat AxlalboU Hotel. D. Ftrpnes. t Mcr phy Co.; Cranbrook BooV Cflrapasy. Company. Plncher MeCrw; Mitchell Drui Bm. NewA C9. 705 lUvtr uraaty loii HoUl. t Co- hen Ageacy. Book' aad News Etore, 109A. ith Ara. Weil; World Ca Plnchtr Station Eovard Read. St.' Ce. KooV den. Xewi Co. THE WICKLY HERALD In elfbl o of DCWJ of tfie Tr 1 la tui ddtrtel 6 Kontha is advance WHERE CANADA BIAY LEARN A LESSON. "LET BYGONES BE BYGONES" t The Ntw YWa iplrlt. In drawing Uw Ww- Mlf an Idealist Mr. Bull and Mr. may atwVt dlnntr la bit, but la doubt wartva will a> aoon ai market ro-openi after, holldaji. DANCES TO RAGTIME BUT CAN NOT PUZ- ZLED BY STRANGE FIND sions on three mornings a week, when the men on Ihe hoard are feeling fresh, should clean up Ihe business of the city and keep it up to date. There would be no need, under such a system, of dropping the threads of any discussion on any of the council'; work, either legislative or executive, and thus one of.Ihe main causes of complaint against the aldennaiiic form of governmeu wo-.', i be removed. Then there is the matter of publicity. During the recen campaign the press of the cily wcs slated rather severely in som quarters for giving too full cognizance lo some of the matters which came before the council for discussion this year. The cate-au-lait colored Tele- phone 1252 WE ARE Always Ready to Respond By Messenger at Your Telephone The Herald Job Department Intelligent service Quality product Latest type-faces Modern equipment Delivery as promised AChristiuas Tree Elghty-Flvo Feet (London, EngM Cambridge University lad aa un- usual visitor at the close ANADIANS generally pridje themselves on their banking sys- teni. During times of financial stringency criticism is natur- ally offered, hut bank failures are so few in this country that the system is held up as an example to countries much older and much more thickly populated. There are, however, one or two points in which the Canadian tanking system might well be improved, and the more important is in the matter of agricultural credits. Easier.ahd cheaper loans to farmers have been agitated lime and agairv but so far without any sign of progress. This seems strange i.i a country so essen- tially agricultural as Canada, but' the fact- remains. Probably present financial conditions will impress on the powers that be the necessity of catering more to the financial wants "of the farm- ers in the districts just developing, and if the banks will not move, it will remain with the government to take the first step. Aus- tralia has led the way, but coming nearer home, the little Latin slates of Paraguay and Uruguay in South America, where agri- Herald has no fault to' flnd with those who hold Ibis view, but man, whose duclng caused quite we think they are wrong. It has been a source of satisfaction to Ihe Herald to hear many limes the past year llial Lelhbridge; Os, citizens are better educated on civic problems now than ever be- j "Franz" lunched at Jesus Collese fore. The press can claim more than a Httle of the credit for such a state of affairs. Ninety-five per cent, of the people keep _n jiternoon tea vvfth' the thcmselves informed on the questions of the day by of the !H. press. So, just now, when commission form of government testified yes-i places Ihe whole administration of civic affairs in the hands of at lunch he relused air three men, it is all the more important that the press should be aolid food, on put in full possession -of. all Ihe facts concerning all Ihe mailers tj7 dealt with by the commission. It behooves the commissioners to seemed to enjoy. Ho, has a take cognizance of this point, for commission form of govern- wlnuing smile, and menl will be a success only as it reflects the majority opinion of Ihe community, and in order that this opinion may be intelli- gently formed, the people must be well posted on the mailers under consideralion. OUK POINT OF VIEW Egg prices are coming down. The spring pullet is comrnenc- ng to cackle. The.estabiisiimenl of two hundred ready-made farms means two hundred new.families for the Lellibridge district. The C. P. R. is not building houses and barns to have Ihem lie idle. any so o sav- It was in view ot the luclsatisg problem in ethnology which'he pre- sents that! the tiny gentleman (he only stands lour feet three in his Enellsh socks) was brought to Cam- bridse. Last September he iras "dis- so far as science goes, by Prof. Duckworth at Yarmouth, where he was beins exhibited by a Colonial named Epstein.' IN AS OSTRICH SKIN Mr. Epste'n's story is that ho was Thli tret waa (reeled by tho City cf New York in Madiicn Square. Each night between Xmas and New hundreds of th'c best slngera In city, many cholra gathered around lr. Andrew Broder, Conservative member for Dundas, says ehePsome i that nearly every article of food is cheaper at the present time e3tjne ahout their than il has ever been. The Saskatoon Phoenix very properly re- marks that Mr. Broder should gel after the department of labor' which persists in publishing figures showing that Ihe price of staple foodsluffs has increased some 69 per cent, during She last thirteen years and is still going up. WONDGKKUL DAKCER Ooe ot the most astonishing things about "Franz" Is that he dances magnificently to rag-tlmo music. He feave a wcndeilul exhibition helore three hundred Invited guests In the new Examination Hall ot the Urilver- Trees Trees Suitable for planting In Southern Albtrta are btlnj supplied by tht British Columbia Nurseries Co. Ltd. OF VANCOUVER, B. C., ALSO Small Fruit Plants, Shrubs and Roses Treet for Lawn, for Boultvarda or Garden, all of the btst Quality and Hardy. A RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO SELL FOR US Writa for full Information lo 1493 7th Aveniio West, Vancouver, B. C. Eighty page cainloguo three members were brought into public service by a Liberal j cr, wilh a pcrrcct ear lor rhythm, if government. That is proof thai (here are some Liberals who are: r.ot lor tur.e, and able to accomrr.o- nl leasl worth their salary in this country, and that the and live governmcnl finds il a good lliing to use them on important of a member of the. Bush i race were taken, and a number ot