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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIIBUIDGE 11 A1L Y HERALD 20, 19U THE'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1SOT by tVi! Ulh'cridLt Herald Printing Co.. Ltd.. lawful evfnlog at Its office, Stxth St. W JOHN Maogsr PHONE: Advertising, Circulation and Jcfa PHONE: arid New: 1 2 '2 4 Departments 1 5 L> RATES 1 by ffi.'.il months. Vy -ivcJ S iuealhi. IT ui moaii. by tc-ii! i- ttiea as doslrrf. but lolh li-v- .-r1. i r.-iJn-ijfi IMUSI be civva. DAiLY He HALO COR SALE AT L-lhbridgs-Kf-1 Cross i- Mur- Grassy J. fl. Krtv Diamtr.d IVArc. y-dlcinc Hit AEiinllo lletvl. Co.; Urjaticoi JJsofc Ccaes News Oouii-a'.v r.r.d HcCrea: Store, 10? A Ma Mi'oVcH llrjj Co. West; News Cc. liros. Pinchtr Station L'thiarJ WSJo World Head. Nrvvs Co.: Nous 4O St. Nowa Co. News Co.' ta. 7C5 Kite-.- Avcmie. News Co. of the newa ol NEWS THAT SOUNDS GOOD. In tl.e cnavcr.Udn expressing us i ol tie luduslrbls Uis-'. pules Act, attention "as drawn to jtr.e action ol the Trades nr.d Lalorj Coui.fil vl Canada at its I'ousress at i.Montreal- A resolution was passeil. i there, condemning i Ihroujh. cfiorts used i-cvretary j. Draper, vvho was.said u te a fluentj _________________________________________________J spriler liolb in Kngl-sli and .and iiicidcatally Uryuty liiu.s's In in which will Ipnd to nuiko a nieasurc was on a THE WEEKLY HERALD i r-ises. ss'l cor-tains a lou'l disttiit months in afi 50c The ufi nail ol !ic.U tViiiir, with- H'r.j gatd lo iu uiicrii' hail, filial-' Ii huclvcJ the local a liability ,0! SilU-OO to Uif distiU-t OlSiiliu-j ;tiou, were diicusseil at Mr-zrrV con- tention Through of plans in tLe ol adding preni- jis-.-s for a tLealre ;icii for a co-opcr-; store, anil through the miners; to i-onsiruit i building to aflord er.'.p'.oynsont Ui those1 out of work, tKe ftnul outlay I i ie.u-tieil local j j jilurs toll into arrears, ii uvcidhl j I IMIO Walter in hands oi to do its to liquidate I Jiits liability I T11K I.KMIEVX ACT Tf .line. is to .fiobit news! "this yenr. .fiobit news! Of it has often hcoii slated before that Such would- lie -iho Montreal .des-. pali'ii '.sctllei it- Vice President lltiry :m'l -Tlicinas Shaugh'ncssy in conference have arrived ilhe people of MR- soutli look lo Iho soullu'i-n me- tropolis lo supply IlK'ir needs, no matter in what (liiTcJioii.'.-.All.of which is very foiumeiitliilile. Just ut prcseiili though conditions mily appear clversc, the outlook is very bright, and wilh a all working in harmony will lit .thai ilc-cision, and Southern Alhirtans may he sure it is eorrecl. Tin. ikn that the work of double TJR slaluiKnt .abu _.l nai i J (raduntj throush the. nioimlams to> a coiinnon object in view, liourdjasi for its.repeaT. of Trade should make itself felt in a substantial.' cal i-vmt the be r re-', calldl ar.d ieconsiiiete.1. It was then, resoheti to amend the original by) io.accept, the Act 'ii tertain amendments were not intro- duced in the Iloiise at Ottawa, then Trailer anil Labor Council ivo-jld The daintiest Confections.fioyv.: comes in the daintiest of packages. Just the..... right size to .slip in your your...... holds just enough. EVERYWHERE, way before the end of 1911. that in consideration of .'-vkat j appeared ns the reactionary attitude __ 'o! tte Trades ami I.alior 'Cougress. [the convention ask the International CITIES. Hoard to'allow DistfU-l. IS to sever ''r- its'afliliatioh..with the Trades: jail lu.l lie Hie Keltic YnUey linci Q-WI HOBINSON, a leading Eng., !Lahor COULCJI ol it fniiii llonctS Midway iu B'C. is coiiiplclAi. con-1 trades unionist, wenl home to the Old Coun-isee fit.'In view oi tl.e influccc'e -.o! linns the exclusive announcemonl wade in the! try the oilier day and told llie folks there Ilia I Herald bst sninnier. This means an all-rail i Canada was a bully place, but he had one fault tci it, workers, the route to'the coast through Lcthbridgi; and thejilnd. Ton many immigrants, he said, were was seriously ion'sid- Ciov's Nest Pass, which will settle any douhts pumjied into Uic big, over-crowded Canadian nljctit Ihe future of the city. cities. _ _ iwav ol vigorouslv. orolcstim: acainst The C. P. R. has been guilty of delaying con- struction operations in Southern Alberta iu t.lis Ibe present aniioimcenieiH make's K- can forgive JbenV LESSONS FROM A REAL FARM. j way ol vigorously, protesting acaiust Tiie natural inference is that Canada needs a iits action. greater rural population, and Mr. care to leave the ational Bt-atd Member the'leaf oss of Hie Kr-rs 'the place for pur We fnos from Manchester. impression, that the country ,is'jjonal organizijion, in view of iiieominsj --roeacfits to iesdyiwl, for affilial the CoiimjjUt ila, then dropjinfr lie hit the iiail on rthe heart hear repeating. if farmers generally would practice common oilier natural wealth is dcvelopedlo great- 1 sense, methods inViiltivation, and use only regis- pr than at present, we will not see the pros- ie'red seed with a record for slreuglh. genninat- neritv we have a riuhl to exiiecl. ing power and land vvould produeej -pht Burns. Alberta's millionaire cattle king 100 per cent, more than it is at llie present lime. It is diflicuit to imagine how ihg railways would handle such a crop, but it is" easy io srjcliow the farmers would handle the added profits. Nearly rvery incli-of the land cropped last year nt this farm, was summer fallowed. In lields of thorough seed of -proven- could hardly help producing results, for the soil itself is' there, with the humus, nitrogen, phos- phoric acid and other plant foods in-abundance. Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. ight Safeguard >u Tuesday anU I Incnes of I wo honrii ciiuinj 'at Rahroarl traffic was said the same thing in at midnight at Cal'garv 'llie other dav. He: rain in the people to go out on Ihe kind, and raise llie pro-ls ajtn R9j ducc. I will buy il from them. Then I won't demoralized. In the cities the streets have lo be shipping meat and butter from New Zealand to supply the demand. r-'WIial we need for prosperity in this country is to fjeMlic. people! The storm trougiit a recurrence of on the land anil have them producing something." iflood conditions' tliat attended1 _ ._____ __ _ riinffill nf -n n "n" WallvVnv turned into mill races. Slorrn were nvcrtnscil, and irrigation 'canals widened into' i n i 'rainfall of a month So Mr. Hohmson and Mr. liurns agree, al-ilracks on fei Ilhougli ojie is a stranger in Canada and the other 'bara (There, is no richer in the whole world. one Op outstanding sueecsscs. Anil, as "rn out- -js al a prefniimi in ccrlairi years, hut even at Ihsil. agree with them hearlilv. H is! _..." i c- out. Katl.vay San1a :Bar. nridees also .there is .always enough if it be conserved. Sum- jner fallovTwill do it, as has been; proven loo times "to warrant nn .There.are hundreds of farmers in llie country' fivhu ure doing the same as Mr. -Noble, ami-getting just :is good results. Out llie beauty of .the Xoblfj (story licsiri llie fact thai the results were'oblain- pd on a gigantic scale of farming, which only goes Jo show that the smaller man can do the same jvilh less effort and cost. Itclainiiis. 'walls at vario-js points in tlie foothill region of the orange growing Ecclior.s collapsed under the The farmer's lot will have to he made a of water." and sent, floods one of llie problems that will have to be tackled. JOIN THE FORWARD MOVEMENT. LKTHBBIDGE Bunrd of Trade this year is a hustler! As llie ardent baseball-fan would Kiy, it is full of "peji." In other words, it is "on the job." Tn saying we nul mean lo iiisinuale Iliiil (lie hoard of Inst year, or any oilier year, has been lacking in any respect, bill then: stems to be niore of :i spirit nf ro-dperalion in the new cxeeulive which is It augurs eii'vinblc one. How to do it is the question, !he orcharlis- intlict 1 'inf. great damage. Canadian prosperity hangs on its solution. OUli POINT OF VIEW Several hoasu's coHnpscd In v Los Angeles. In cany sections people boats to navigate the streets. IN THE BRITjSK UNIONIST Home 61 Commons on Ihc.lCth o' montb clialienjcd As- quitli to to the country on Hie Jlonie isrue, antl Mr. Austeii Charo.berlain that there coulif bo no settletnent the of Ulster. t 'it: If "foi- st ii'i'n c r'Serld this Advtrtisenitnt.with O.riiited' -.Winnipeg, for the Blue Book.--The'.best for ties in Western Canad'a. name DEAD BRA'NDON. CHIEF 'EXONERATED, ol Police cxbncratyil at Sanla Ilarbara, Cal. Fob. a long rirolie charges Hujert l-ffliia of I maile against his departmcnl; is tlic Ilif. fmcraE iiovt-'.lsl, ilicil of I recipient of nisfiy In- al'Iier dome jcloiUns one...... N'ew- H learned totlay.'' ton nrt; lower we are told, but Ihal! does riot mean that chickens are any higher. Ask us whether we would rather be the owner of Ihc Noble farm or Jawn ami we doubt if we would slumblc over Ihe reply. l-'jiclc Imysrift our whcnl and paying us a premium for it.. He svanls il for seed. Hut the premium is swallowed up in Ihe duly. If llie C. N. li. by wilh another 000 subsidy from the government and doesn't build that long delayed line inln Lclhbrulgc from! for llie future. It is just what is needed. jMaryslield, there will be such a noise up from 1 Just now the board is in the midst nf a cnm- jlhis part of Ihe Wcsl as only Southern Alberlnns! for new niemhc-rs. eommend their j know how to make when their pef foes tire Irani- j vitjoroiis effrnl, uinl-winild e.xhori every man inipicd on. Dill we have a feeling llw! Sir Will-; the cily lo ally himself wilh llie body.which luisiium's visil to Ottawa is. doomed this time, if it i for ils aim the building tip of midlis not, wail and .see. j dislricl.' It is a non-sectarian orgauiziilion. Its! -----1____. pirn greatest good lo the. gi-fiilesl Southern A Iberians will have no objection lo! (lie, end in Greater jU'thbrhlgu. amendineiil lo railway charlers which has in j ThHionril this year to be following'view Hi': of forcing railways lo'make. an j lo centralize Mint on the proposed lines. have bad, Lcllihmlgc ns. many differenl lines (if activily as'our lessons from our C. X. mid 0. f. P. cx-j possible.' And the Srrskalchewiih Onl'r'ul, with'j leading new schools of various Lelhbridge as soulhweslern lerminus is growing' kinds for Lcliihridge, new'public buildiiigs by this time. Of course we've never' new wholesale coin-ems for I.elh- jxccn them, but we guess us iiiuc-Ii. n Irish Slew. v NOSTKII.S AND ILKA I) STUFFY Ay 'citansing, Healing; Balm_ Instant- ly; Clears Npoe, Hc-ad .and Stops nasty Catprrhal .Discharges. Dull Hcaisslie.Cccs.' Trj- "Ely's Oreani Ucl a liott'.e anyway, just to r.y Hit -heat of iho nostrils; Uy morrilnBi-.l'Je'c-J.Urrh. col'Mn-IiKitl or caterrpBl soro.throat will lie gone. fnireiy CM llic small liot'lc of -K'.y's llalin' nt an) Elorc-. 'fhut BU-cct, TraKrant Ijalm liWictrat'Js .Inflatac'l, ta'olftir niKlrfiritit- .Vliicii "lines, tliq nose, Jitad acditli'ror.t; the afr 11- fcufir.B of' rc-_ lief'COJIKS ImmerfiiJlRly-.. 'iya for breath, clOieil with- closed, er it cold lU'r'lilinflig nose, 'nftiffirtg tile' raw ilrvntssvU -.rtlatresiiine' trj. n-IKllo in-tlic nostrils hd iiistasitly yo-ir nose and j itmnniMn air of the htailinrrh or it cold. Its running nose. yon breatlio j foul tryly' I'm- jolir "Ely's cold or catarrh Biirely .I.UI. lltKinbuflianl Edwards comss rro'm" e'i< JMSH'C fcrtow.a'joiit _ Irish Slews isn't at .ill. You Irish Slew 11 ivcli n Mrs. docs, .if you the timclc rtcipo above. ll-ji be sutc to tisi ccnain to boi: it for Ho tlitra in Ir.Uh for Jinnct TO BE HAD FHO.M A HP'- RETAIL GROCERS EVERY- WKtiRE. H. EiCOTT CO. LIMITED., REPHESENTATIIVES MANITOBA, SASKAtCHEWAN AND ALBERTA. LOCAL DEI'AUTUUES' -EFFECTIVE .FEB. TRAIN NO. TO '1'ljllj- (Uxcciil Siiiiilay) ..........Cranljrcok.................... Daily- ...........................Crantnook................. Daily IKscci't Knnrljyl .Mi-ilieinu Hat.............. Iiaily .-..'........................Medicine Siur.ilayl ..........Mgary' .........-.V, ll.-iily (Xx'rent ..........Crcat V'alls HOUR DEPART, 17. IS TRAIN NO. 512 Daily (Kicoi.t Kun.lay) 514 Hally Sjf Mnily [KxMlil Biimliiy) E13 Dally AKUIVAI.S FROM HOUR ARRIVAL 15.13 Ilnily Sunday) ..Sunday) Ua.lly Spllilay) ___Mcill'-lnc Hat .Mcilic-Ir.c Hat ....Ualfiary -----'Catilslmi Oieat Fulls ;