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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTASLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Piibliihed by the Let(ibrld(,� Herald Printing Co., Ltd., ev�ry lawful evening at lt� offlce, Sixth St.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN-Managing Director ' T. W. QUAYLE-Managlnfl Editor JOHN TORRANCE-ButlneM Manager PHONE: Editorial. Reportoria! and Newt Department 1224 PHONE: Advertising, Circulation and Job Departmenta 12 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES �4.00 1 year, b.v mall ...................... $3.00 fi months, by mall.................... J1.50 3 montlis. by mall.....................75 1 month, by mall......................25 I year, delivered................. 6 months. dellvereJ .................. $2.00 3 montlis, delivorsd.................. 11.00 1 month, delivered................. .35 Artdrfjsi's changed .ss often as desired, but both nt-w and cid addresses must bt> given. THE Lethbridge-Bed Cro?j Drug i-. Book Storo; .1. G. Robertson S- Co.; jRckson >t Co ; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drug Storo; Kenny & Allln: Lethbiidje Hote. Cigar Stand. Diamond City-Pr. D'Are. Medicine Hat - ASJtnli'oIa Hotel. Macleod-A. Fi Ffrgusci. DAILY HERALD �^0R SALE Cranbrook-Beattie & Murphy Co.; Cranbrook Book Compan.T. Edmonton-Provincial N"�ws Company. , PIneher Creek-Dr. .ArcCrea: Mitchell Briig Co. rabep-WesUnke Bros. Vancouver-The Wide World News Co.; News Shop, iih Ctrauwell Street. Spokane-.Tamiesou News Co. TO,") River Side .-Vveuue. AT Grassy Lake -Trsssy Laka [{otel. Mmneapolis-Kemp & Cohen , .Vews Agency. Calgary-Leading Book and Newa Store, 109A Sth Avs. West; World News Co. Pincber Station - Edward Road. SL Paul-World Naivs Co. Carmangay-Clarsnca Knol-den. Duluth-World Newa Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD FiibUshed every Viednesday in eight or uioro paKes. and contains a summary of the nnw; of the week, local and district : y�a.' in adva.ii--? .................... $1.00 0 months In Whaii Th*y C�iild S* Wall ? It is ao May to be well and �tnin||:afid able to etijoy life, tbat it i* aaTprisiiif how manj' women drag themselves thronKh the day suffering tortures from lame back due to kidney trouble. Mrs. Wilcox found the way to cure herself and gUdty* writes about it ao that others may be induced to use the same remedy. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, l�lVl THE VIEWS or A FARMER They Touch Price*, Rallwaya. Agltat-are and Frienda of the Peopla su iT.iice 50o DR. ROCHES PRO.^nSES, W �grievunce niid the one-sided conolusiou furnishes j theni with an tu-gunient in advocating the tlieory E panse to wonder whether Dr. Roche liasj"'' f''*^ equality of the sexes. Big LoRRAi.vs, "During thelastwinter, I was bothered verj- much with a Weak Back. I was advised by a friend to try GIN PII.LS and I did' The first box t found helped me very much and I found when I had taken "the second, I was completely cured." Mrs. F. WILCOX. If GIN PIL.I.S do not do all that we say they will-let us know, and we will cheerfully refund you your money. Send for a free sample and see for yourself that they will do you good. Thea buy the reRular boxes at your daalcrs-50c., 6 for f2. 50. 203 National Drug and Chamical Co. of Canada, Limited . Toronto. j WELL-KNOWN I AND SOLDIER FINANCIER DEAD forgotten the promise he made to tlie de-i ^^''^^ franchise wlien obtained be so alhir ^ jHiialion of Southern Alberta farmers, \vhen!'"g ^vomen that they ^vill forsake all things to j _ Uiey waited ui)on him at Banff last summer. tli-^^ ^^"'-'fl ^^'''^^ privilege opens; Winnipeg, Man.. Feb. J.-Capt. Ridi- The visit was mado following a long and stren-j tliem? It will be n|) to the women of Mani-;ard i^oyne MacDonneii, first oommls- lious campaign to secure the Blood Indian Reser-. vntion for grazing the herds of the smaller ran-1 *" ^'^'"^ fears in this respect, chers. There were tlic two opposing sides, the farmers and the big cattle interests who had toLa to dissipate Sir Rodmond"s delusions andj''""*^'" "'^ Trust and Loan Co. of ; Canada, died this morning, at his res-: idenoe, '2? Roslyn road, aged fifty-j eight years. The deceased was THE DIAMOND CITY BRIDGE. previously held the lease. There can be no doubt | 'T'HE Board of Trade is once more agitating for hut what the latter presented their claims for the j a bridge over the river at Diamond City to ]and. They seciu'ed testimonials from Indian j serve the country e.serve where they will do the most people the most good." They are trying to he serene in the belief that thev themselves are the "most people." struction of the viaduct, and the Herald feels i ^"L"^^^,"'',^'fjj"'j'"""- , ' . ; Ton will find that this simple remedy sure that if the Board would just COntmue to i takes hold of a cough more quickly than press its claims the structure would be forth-| a"y'h'"6 else ever used, usually ends a I deep-seated cough inside of 24 hours, coming. j Splendid, too. (or whooping cough, croup, Mr. Alvin Ripley has been chairman of the I c^'^-^.pains,^ br^^^^^^^ special biidge committee of the Board for some; {.gyg"*"^"^ laxative, which helps end a four or five years now, and under his guidance i This raclpo makes more and better (LieU�i' iu Winnipeg Saturday Post) Sir,-I have flnlshed my ploughing and have sold �a much of my grain crop aa 1 intend to this fall, at the prices going, and having; a little lime lo �v>ar9 am writing you these few lines. 1 have been In the country a i good many yaars, and takirtg one year with another cannot complain; but at the same time us farmers it seems to me, are not getting our fair share of the proflts, which have been made In this country. There is something wrong between Uia prices paid hy us and the prices paid by city people for the same article and the new�pn.pers having, or pretending to have, the welfare of the farmers, who are the backbone of the country, at heart, should try to find out what the trouble is. During the 31 years I have lived here tlie newspapers have been full of about only three things, raising Oaln with any government that happens to be in power; defending the actions of the governmeiit that happens to be In power, and raising the devil with the railroads. .N"ow, 1 guess the railroads deserve all perhaps that has beon said about them, and maybe a lot more, but at the same time what some of us farmers can't got through our heads, is why the papers are ni-waj-9 slamming the railroads, aiul never take a crack at some other interests, because 10 a man of even ordinary Intelligence there must be other sinners in the country besides the railroads, and it looks to mo as it some of the other said sinners have been urging the slambanging of the railroads to keep atteutlcn away from themselves. The railroad foreman in charge of the track near my taim tells me that 2o years ago he got ?2 a day, and now he gets So a day, and the engineer on the way freight gets nearly $5.50 a day now. and he used to get only ?3.7o a day, and the way freight conductor was paid $3 a day then, and now he gets $4.GO a day. This foreman says that all the men In the railroad have been raised about the same because they had strong organization behind them. When I first started shipping grain to Port Arthur the rate figured up to about 14 cents a bushel for wheat, while today it is a shade less than 8 cents a bushel, and there Is about the same difference In other grains. On the farm machinery, hardware and drygoods, that I bring la I pay the railroad now 25 to 40 cants less per hundred pounds than I did 21 years ago. I had some grievances against the railroads, because some years ago when they kUled some of my neighbor's stock, and Bhelr engines burned up some of our grain, it took them a long tlmo to get paid, the railroad try-iDg to put tbem oft with polite lettera, but I can't get out of my bead that In slambanfing the railroada all the time the Idaa ia to take away ttae tarmer's attenti�m from other people who are making more from them tban they should. If the railroads can almost double the wages, reduce the ratea and make a profit, it seems to mo that those in other businesses ought to be able to do the same thing. The section foreman aaya the reason the railroads can do this is becauBe they haul bigger trains, bigger cars, and have cut down the hills, etc. Not long ago when I wag in Winnipeg �. friend of mine from the Grain Exchange took me for a trip in his auto- THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE am EDMUND WALKER, C,V.O..LL.D.. D.C.L.. President ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD, Asa't General Manoget V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western Branches GItPITIkl, $15,B00,00a ~TESERVE fund, $13,500,000 travellers' cheques Issued by Tlie Canadiim B.nntt of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay at eacii point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive msmner. Tliey are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of S10, S20, $60, $100, $200 with the exnct eqtiivnient in the money.s of the principiil countries stated on the face of each cheque. They ;ita economical, absolutely safe, self-identifying and easily neffoliated. W23 Lethbridge Branch - - R. T. Byrmner> Mgr. Painters and Decorators Will You Accept This Book ? FREE I Our New No. 5 Catalogue la brimful of useful facts, faithful illustrations, valuable descriptions and ri.alit prices. It's tliorouKhly revised .�iiid yronter than ever. With our c;it;iloi;uc what you OUGHT to goods you require. you pay can on tell any This is your chance to gel -iu close touch with a live, progreasivo house handling tlic most complete line of PAINTS, VARNISHES and PAINTERS' SUPPLIER iu this western country. Don't delay in setulins your nnine and address lor our catalosue to the WESTERN PAINT COMPANY 121 CHARLOTTE STREET WINNIPEG, MAN. -WE HANDLE EVERYTHING FOR THE PAINTER. the facts and figures connected with the under-f1>?T 5^^''n'kMp"%'lrJ'e".V*and "'�^"^' ^ * ^""^^^ "^"^ tukinc have been mar.shalleH in excellent sVian^ i ^"t" pleasantly. i tlful houses, some of them like castles taking have been marshalled in excellent shape.; pi,^j ,3 vaiuabi. con..ntr.t.d .\t hi.s in.stance also the farmers who would be I ^^^noun^ �f,N^o^rway^whUe^pUie ^ brought closer to tlie cit\' market have signed i tural pine elements, which are so healing .... , . . " , ,.. .1. 1 ii_ ' to the membranes. Other preparations petitions, almost unammouslj', askmg that the �n-iu not work in this formula, government undertake the work. We hope Mr. j p T\?,'rs4?''yr"u*p ror'sVa^JUS CrU Ripley will continue in charge of the special, �fj,,^Ts"a.'d gr.d\%\';r'u^^ committee for it will vet bring results. imitated. -But the old, Bucce��ful formula . ' .1 ., , has never been equaled. Ihere is no excuse now other than a matter a uunranty of ahsohite satisfaction or of expediency. There is no other bridge wanted | recj^^;'Y"JS?'d\u�1^'h's^ '^l^ in the same general direction, so it will no longer be a case of one of two bridges. The Nolan's bridge has been built, but there is need of one at Diamond City, and neither the Board of Trade nor the north farmei-s should rest until it is actually constructed. ret It for you. If not Bend to The'pinex Co., Toronto, Ont. OUK POINT OF VIEW PUTTING HIS FOOT IN IT. THERE is a certain type of individual who never opens his mouth without metaphori-1 tally putting his foot in it. Of this tji)e a notable | example is Sir Rodmond RobUn. Premier of ^lanitoba. His latest is the observation he made The Natural Resources department of the C., ^\'ith regard to the granthig of the franchise to j P. R. placed an average of two and a half farms j >vomen. Manitoba's knighl vipwed the jjiivilege of 225 acres each per day thiring .January. This tos one of danger, in thai it would throw the chil-(happening in the dullest month for the sale of ^ ^ren into the arms of servant girls. | lands is a bright augury of the development 1914 � This argues a certain discrimination in con-j promises for the Mest. Isidering tlie se.x. Thereby something of an as-1 -------------- . persion is Ciist on respectable and useful niem-j ,\ charge wa.s made in the House at Ottawa' bers of �ociety in that they are not credited with tliat the slenmer Mert whs i'nr carrying the B sense of responsibihty. .Servant girLs, we pre- Conservative candidate and organizer to Victoria | HUine, will some day be married and become County where there was a bye-election in pro-. mothers. The children will then more than ever gress. Hon. .1. D. Rcid said that (he steamer was be thrown into their arms, and this should notion the occasion making its regular trip. Xalur-Hecessarily mean that they will evenluuUy hi'-j ally it is the regiihir lliing fur poHtical gentlemen j come less desirable citizens than those who have 1 on such occasitjns lo he on the nkM't. i Jadies" for their parents. -----............. , Premier Roblin no doubt desired lo convey' "Discfetiou is llu- belter pfn-l of valur." li.v-i Ills opinion that the extension of the franchi.se to i King Manuel shows iiimscli' a tlnn bchever in the ; women would mean that they w^ould neglect truth of Ihi.s. even though it luis cost him .%50,(M)0 i their children. But he certainly went about a j)ocket money amiually in renoimcing liis ri.ghls; tactless way in expressing it. Whether female to the tiirone of Portugal. Somt would speak of} franchise will have the effect opined by Sir Rod- liis action in coarser itiius in yiiond Roblin is another question. It is one of sliij) will jkhose old fashioned ideas, that give women a dajs. Sage Tea Puts Life and Color in Hair Don't Stay Gray! Sage Tea and Sulphur darkens hair so n�-turally that nobody can tell associating king-lu' qULililies of liif Unighlhood of olden Von can turn gr^y, faded hair bi^autifully dark and lustrous almost ovfir night if you'll get a ;>() cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage i Calgary (via Aldersyde) .......15.4B 1 ;