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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta fACJE FOUR THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THUKSDAY, rEUHUAKY 5, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ecvAnl ncfcuarD by the Herald Printing Co., t-td.. evtnlnj Iti crUt. Sixth St., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Canida. W. A. BUCKANAN-Mjnaglnj Director T. W. QUAYLE-Mjnas'ng Editor JOHW PHONS: Ctrculatlon and Job Department! 1252 PHONE: EdUerlil. Rtportcrlil ana Oeptrtmert 122J DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rear, deHverid C ioatfcl. 3 months delivered t ciosth. deliver CO 6 xontht. by ruall 3'. by mall I month. b> 53.00 .75 as as dfslred. but both ttw acd oU must I? HHRALO FOR Ksd Cio.-! Urjj i Book J. G. i Mur-pby Co.; Cracbroofc Oraisy Lsia Hotel. orison Co.; Jackson Kemp A Cohen Co.; Aleiaadra Hotel; News Agency. Drug Btoro; Kenny Boot tnd Allir.: Dr. Store. 109A Sth Ave. tiger Dreg World Co. Station Edward Dlamcnii Pr. The Medlctna Hat Co.: N'enf 415 Grauvrell Vi'orld News Co. Carmangay Kncl- Jfimieion Woric! Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD Wedaeiday In or more- psse.-. iud couulr- week, local disirkt r... S1-00 r! monUi! In t lumne.ry of tie news c-f Ihe Why Do Women Softer It ii to be aVle to eiijor life. Out it lurpmiot bow women duj tbecwclvw Uuie tack due lo Mdney trouble. Mn. founj the way to cu fcbojt it that o: mty bress its claims the structure would he forlh- coming. Mr. Alvin Ripley has been cliiiinnan of the special bridge committee of the Board for some j four or five, years now, and under his guidance This Die facts and figures connected with the taking have been marshalled in excellent shape. vasuiK. At his instance also the farmers who would two mp5 of irinuUtcQ suffir IT TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES lul one. two or Ihrea bours. You will (lr.4 thit this eteple fin-tiy njj HoM ol a cougs more qulcily than Ih another cannot complain; but at anis lime us farmers it seems to e, are not getting our fair shsre o! e profits, which have beta made In l! country. There Is something i paid ly us nd the prices paid by city people for e same- Article and the newspapers or protending to the elfure of the farmers, who ate the ackboua of (ha couDlry, at heart, hould try to find out what the trouble During the 21 rtars I have lived the newspapers have teeu full about only three thluge, raising aln with any sovernnienl tliat tap- ens to be In power; defending the ctlor.s of the government Ihat hap- ens to be in power, and raising the evil with the railroads. Now. railroads deserve Eil perhaps thai as been Eaid about them, and maybe, lot more, but at Ihe same time what ome of us formers can'l get through ur hc-ads. is why Ihe. papers are al- stammlng the railroads, ever take a crack at gome oilier iu- eresls. because to a man of evcu or Intelligence thero umct bo otli r sinners In tho country besides Ihc it looks lo mo as if ome of the other said sinners liavc !en urging the slausbangias of the .llroads to keep attGultcn away from The railroad fort-man in charge of ha track near farm tells we that 5 yeara ago lie got S? a day, aud now 13 gets J3 a. day, and the engineer on he way freight gels nearly 55.50 a day now, aud he used to get only 3.75 a day, and the way freight con- ductor was paid 53 a day then, and now he gets a day. Tblj fore- man says that all the men lu the rail- road have been raised about Ihe same thoy had strong organization behind them. When I first started shipping grain to Port Arthur the rale figured up to about U cents a bushel for wheat, white today it is a, Bhade less tlun S cents a bushel, and thero Is about the same difference In other grains.' On the farm machinery, hardware and drygoods, that I bring in 1 pay tie railroad now 25 to 10 cents less per hundred pounds than I did 21 years ago. I had aomo grievances against the railroads, because tome years ago whea they killed some of my neigh bor's stock, and their engines burned up some of our grain, it took them a long time to set paid, the railroad try Ing to put Ibem off with polite but I can't get out of ray head that In sUmbinrlDg the railroad! all the time the idta Is to take away farmer's attention from other people who are making mere, from them tban they, should: If the railroads can aln-.os double' the wages, reduce the rate icd make a profit, it seems to m thil those in other businesses ough to be able to do lie, tamo thing. Th iaya the reason Ih provide himself with funds without delay at each of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive iiKiuuer. arc issued payable in every country in the m denominations of '.V'.lh in of i'.altd on the face of each cheque. They ;iro economical, absolutely safe, self- identifying and easily negotiated. V23 Lethbridge Branch R, L Byrmner, Mgr. Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book? FREE! Our New No. 5 Catalogue Is brimful if usefiil f-icts. faithful illnstratioua, i i r Urriu'atei the appellle which helps er.d A This inalces more'and 1 :h syrup than you could buy hroutzht closer to the cilv market have signed j vjrai pine which are so h 0 _ tin 1J-. petitions, almost unanimously, asking that ru r.oiwcrk in thii This p'an of rjaklrg i i T ji f- I Tn'3 or rjaklrg couta government undertake the work. We nujjc tj.rup Rintov -n-iH rnntirnc in rllarnp nf thr- -1" "rovsn to popular throuir.out win continue m cnarge 01 tne glalt! that it is often commit Ice for il tvill vet bring results. j imitated. .H-jt oja. aaMtesfui lorn-.uii 0 has been equiled. There is no excuse now other than a matter A snara-ty o! or money prorr.ptly refur.ifd. PU1TING HIS FOOT IX IT. rPHEHE is a certain type of individual ivlio never opens his month without metaphori- cally putting his fool in it. Of tliis type a notable example is Sir Redmond Roblin, Premier of Manitoba. His laical is Hie observation he made with regard to the. granting of the franchise to I Manitoba's kniglil viewed the privilege one of clanger, in that it would throw the chil- flren into Ihe arms of servant girls. Is (or you. If eer.1 to The Co.. ToTor.'.o, Or.L p _, j money reur.f. gws w .s of expediency. There is no other bridge wanted [recipe, you: has pintr In the same general direction, so it will no longer he a case of one of two bridges. The Nolan's bridge has liecn built, 1ml there is need of one at Diamond City, and neither the Board of Trade nor the north farmers should rest until it is act- ually constructed. OUK 1'OINT OF VIEW The Natural Resources department of the C. H. placed an average of two nnd a half farms of 225 acres each per duy (hiring January. This' happening in the dullest month for the sale of! lands is a bright auRiiry of Hie. development 191 I Sage Tea Puts Life and Color in Hair Don't Stay Grayl Saje Tea and Sulphur darkens hair to na- turally that nobody em tell1 This nrgues a certain discrimination in con- promises for the west. fcidering the sex. Thereby something of an as-' persion is cast on and useful mem-: A charge. made in the House at Olliuvn bers of society in thai tliey are not credited the stauniM- fnr carrying the! a sense of responsibility. Servant girls, prc-1 Conservative candidate nnd lo Victoria j sumo, will some day he married nnd bccoini- j County where there a byc-rlcclioii in liiothei-6. The children will then more than evcrjjircss. Hon. .1. Ik-id said Hint the sfecincr was thrown into Ihelr arms, and this should noPim the occasion Us rrKiilar Nnlur- fcecessarily mean that they will eventually he- ally it is the regular thing for pnlilictd gentlemen j come less desirable citizens than ihose who have j on such occasions lo lie on the ulerl. J ''ladies" for their parents. j Premier Roblin no doubt desired lo convey1 "nisnclion is Hit- belter p.irl of vidui." Ws opinion that the extension of the franclii.wto; Kinjj shows himself a tlrm believer in Hie; women would mean that they would neglecl Irulh of this, J3 JirofHv and charge us ]cii Interest, and not squeeze us 10 pay our bills In tho fall that Iho majority of furmers are compelled lo lliclr gtnln nl any olil cvife. 1 suppose that the dullest car.- not help see Ihnl If country (s lo he permanently succesiful m'jst Lappy, flnd he GIDEON 9WAIN AN OLD WESTERNER DEAD Winnipeg, Mnn.. l-'eu. hns al, of nidcon Swain, long a well-known figure In Winnipeg ami Die west. For many years he, wan station master at the old C. 1'. It. depot here, and came in closo conlatt with the travel- To think uf arranging passage for your Mentis and relations In The Old Country you expect lo bring oul in the spring You can secure Ihelr tickets here and ail arrangements will bfi msfle for their forwarding by THE DONALDSON LINE Kor Information, ratei, apply lo any or ral'.- w'ay fluent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent 349 Main Street, Winnipeg ing tuUlr. was probably el oni limo tbo liesl known and mosl nopu- iar railway official fu Ihe west. Mr. Swftln would been eighty- plpht years of aco on March -T. 119 was the olilefit railroad man IQ tho world. LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE SAMC Effective Oct. 26, 1913. ARRIVALS ffiOM ?V? Crow's Scsl iixprcifl Kootcnny l.inrtins DUR TO ArtlllVi! .......23.10 511 HS 6t7 W Crow's Nest Kiprfis ............McOlelr.e H.if Local ..........................Cranbroofc ...........................Mc-liclne Hat Local l.Mdfnydo ..19.15 ..10.25 ..IMS S1J NAME Nest UliK TO DKI'AHT ...............23.It rjl< Crow's Neat 512 DM Local 5CI Local FOH Medicine lilt........... ............Koolcnny Landing.............. 4.15 ............Mrdicli.f llal :.................lo.SO ....................IK .W Local Local (Tin ....................17.13 AMej'yile) .......15.45 ;