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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE I'QUR THE r.ETIiniUDGK DAILY IIEUALD WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 7, 191 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 Published by the Ltthbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every law- ful evening at Hi office, Sixth Street, Lcthbridgo, Canada. A. BUCHANAN PHONE: Editorial, And Department 1224 Managing Dlrectqr T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JJKN TQRRArVCE Buslr.tu Manager PHONE; Adve'tlilng Circulation And Job Dtpjrtnienti 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year delivered 54.00 1 yenr, by innil 6 months, delivered d mouths, by matl X months, delivered months, by mail 2 months, delivered 35c. 1 month, by mall 75c changed ILS often os rteslred. but i inusl be THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cross Taber WeatlaXe Bros, Vancouver Wide World News Co.; Neva Shop, 445 Granwell Street Spokane Jamlejon News Co, River Siila Avenue. Graisy Graray Lake Hotel. MfnneipoK-, Kemp A .Co hen News Ajiency. C 2! ga ry Loading Book and News Store. Sth Ave. West; World News Co. Pine her Station Edward. Lethbridg Book Store; J. G. Itob- ft Co.; Jnclcaon Co.: Alexandra Hotel; Peo- Drug Store1; Kenny A'.iin Lfltbbridse Hotel Cigar Stand; Diamond Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hat AJalmboln Hotel. Macleod A. D. Ferguson. C ran brook Rcattle Mur- phy Co.; Criinbrook Book Company. Edmonton i'rorincJal News Company. Pincher Creek Dr. McCrea; Mitchell Drug Co. St, Paul World News Co. Carmangay Clarence Knol- deo. Oululh World NCWF Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD every In tlfhi ami :x 1 year IQ atlvniice 6 months in 50e I he livestock industry. "The livestock lie says, "wns Ihc first industry in the province developed mul it is thcporiutiucnt industry, and will in lime iwerlop thai of the grain industry. During the last twelve years tlie grain iuduslry hns increased H50 per cent. During same time the livestock m- dnslry has increased 825 per cent., und the dairying industry 1905 per t." Alhorta's future is bright. We hnve just been scratching our resources. Development will proceed sloiulily year hy year ami we will always rank as niu1 family of the insur- ance money which he could have secur- ed to llieui set easily, 1 lave yon made any pioviriiiin for your wife and Hi tie ones in .sliould die suduL'niv' An liniunlal Home Fro- Policy will do it. Write fnr par- to-day: to- loo late. ff ft. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Co. of Canada Head Office, Toronto i. u. Wilkie, District Manager, province should have u similar A voter who is loo Inzy oi-j A-j too disinterested that he won't go lo east his vote unless he Medicine Hat Times Ims offered some very sensible tu lhe Po11 nt K candidate's expense, isn't worthy of franehise. the "Scott i valions on tlie policy Followed in rccoinsiiciuUng Canadians for knighthood. Some people harbor lite belief Hint the distinc- tion comes from Ihe Kins direct, but this is not t'nn ease. II is true il is an honor ronfenvd by Ihe King but Hte rcconunenda- s. in Ihe Dominions at any rate, are made nearly always by the govcriniicnl in power. Tliis ycnr's list is ns high cluss as ;iny. In nearly every list, however, [here is a marked tendency to honor wealth. From our poiul of view this is a misUike. Men of wealth should not be debarred, but there are men whose money' is their only distinction, and il is not well we should raise such a !n former years Toronto municipal candidates at their own expense, but this yenr si auspices ot the slore, on Monday niglit. Ahoul sixty couples n-cre in atlendnncc, anil all bad to :look advantage of Mr. Scott's hospi- o mnrfi j ,7', Reason hCSt interest was aroused iu civic affairs that Ratepayers' Associations I Mr. ami Mrs. M. n. Roberts w frlehils tvrn- conducted practically all the. mcelings and there were as many as ten a niglit. Toronto is becoming more like LeHini-idge every .w F iiisseit, ol Nelson Mrs day. All that it needs now is the commission form of -N'- Kettles and Mr.'cissott won thn first pri7cs five hundred, anrl Mr. and Mrs. H. OetreU the consols- The Winnipeg Free Press runs n great deal to democratic tion prizes. Miss Chaimt spent tlie New Year class to too groat a prominence. Hotter, as the Times snvs, should Foreign Exchange By far Ihe most Ing way to make remittances to. Great Britain and foreign countries Is by Bank Drafts in the currency of the payee's country. sell these at lowest current rate of Exchsnge, payable at par in any part of the world. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE RHANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH O. R. TINNING. Mnnnger A. B. KING, Actg conferred in recent years. A man who uses his wealth for phil- anthropic purposes and consequently makes himself a useful and distinguished citizen is worthy of royal recognilion. Knighthood like honorary degrees from some universities, and Ihe appoint- ment of Kind's Counsels in some of pur provinces, can be timde too cheap until the ordinary citizen feels that the honor is not an honor at all. Many of the names mentioned beforehand as likely to be recognized far preferable lo some of those named. 11 would be better if knighthood was made a real distinction of merit and conferred upon men who have actually done some- thing for the country in which they live. As it is now one that it is a costly distinction to bear; that in order to be a knight (i million or so is required to keep up the name. That is a mis- lake. We do not want lo make the wealth of this country the distinctive class of our country. We arc democratic and most of us object to titles altogether, but since they are an annual occurrence and will likely be for all lime, let us recognize mcii'of veal worth and not those whose only claim is wealth. ALBBRTA'S CHEERING PROSPECTS. LHEiVTA'S Deputy Minister of Agriculture writing to the Finincial Post places the agricultural wealth of this province produced in 1913 at This added to mineral produc- tion, gas and quarry products, makes a total of One The Ottawa Journal repeats tlie old story that tlic cast built the C. P. The acres of lands given to the- C. P. H. were teen' guests One western paper points out most effectively that: iMarcelliis, returned last week. -Iis Lewis, wlio formerly taught western lands. The wesl equally with the easl paid the jr 000 cash given lo that railway, and Ihe west 'bore equally with; Quite a number from tonn attended! the easl the burden of the of- railway built and pre- sPrins Ridge senlcd to the H., whifc the west bears loday the burden of ROSS was hastily summoned liiijust frejghl rales levied by this railway built by the people of to Portage l.a Prairie on Saturdar on account o! the illness o! his mother- Mr. Wtir, of Calgarv, is a guest town lately. Canada." Some people'imagine a man in public, life has an easy time. They see clerks rtoinri all the work ami the cabinet minister sit- in liis office smoking a pipe yud swapping yarns. It's a de- lusion. Here we have Sir Jumes Whitney near death's door from n nervous breakdown, lie. worked early mid late in his ollice as Prime Minister. His salary all told is nine thousand dollars, Today his health is broken and lie in nil likelihood hasn't any money put by except life insurance. No, (lie public man's .life is far from easy or profitable. Montreal, Jail. of Ills discovery of a germ which is believed to bo Uio cause of scarlet revor wore told lo tbo Socials- o'. American B.ic- tertolostsls by Dr. Novell S. Ferry, of at the closing session of the society's convention at university. Kerry's Is considered of Uio greatest Imporlanco for should It prove satisfactory, it. Is (lie result he Uiii piac- tical elimination of the disease. In the course of his paper on the of the foaclerio'iogy of nasopharynx In Dr. rerry Miss HaUie Boise returned se'uool at Bellcvue this week. to her Morgan, ivlm has spent the Lnnstmas holidays here, reiurr.ed tr> Calgary this week. W. A. Praser at.cl K. .Allison, ac- companied by several nf their nriv.e poultry, are attending the show. Something is wrong with tha policy of Ihe Indian Dcpnrl- incnt in ils Ircatmcnt ol inciians'atl'ected with tuberculosis. A slarlling condition of affairs was brought to light before Judge important item not taken inlo account is furs, nor is any esli-! Audetlf: in the scaling enquiry at Victoria. An Indian was called liiate of other amifyi lures llian those of cemcnl and brick. Hero lire the figures in delail as furnished by the Deputy Min- ister: (irain fji'oducts 5-ive slock Dairying jWool, eggs, hay, etc. sas.ouo.oon j lo give evidence. His weakly appearance caused the judge lo inquire whal was wrong with him, and he was informed that he was a victim of the white plague. Tlie judge became interested and made a number of inquiries of Ihe Indian Agent, who told him lhal he had reported the prevalence of consumption amongsl the Indians to the department, hut no attention had been paid. 'lc admitted there were hundreds of cases of this kind, SGT.-MAJOR SCHOOF OF CLARES. HOLM ATTACHED TO STAFF OF GEN. BEHEVEDA stated th'nt lio found a perm which ho hcllved to be- the cause of the disease. fn the contagious disease hospital in Detroit Dr. Ferry had tried limmm- izins tho nurses and for three years (hero not a. else of disease among those EO trnalr I. The ImmutMzinK then fliscoiiiiiiupil for a ppaco of j thrro months when several nurses i contracted scarlet fever. Dr. Kerry, rlioforo ofiprrd his discovery I to tin: members of, ijio conference for further tests. Wells K'inB, of Delrolt, referred (n clicler.l. wljlc'i causes a Joss of nhollt JUC-nO.lH'O annually In the lrnit- etl States while Canadian fnrtuers BO suffer ;i >icnvy !oss. -Ho hns df-j- coverccl a gf .111. sijlrochacta suis, rthlrh he hr'lieves to ho tho causo of tl'.P disease. Should ll.-ls on fiirlhcr prove correct It win give nirRiia for provoiitlnj; cholera. _______ Agricultural j _______! jnoslly uniniijfst Die children, imd il WHS stiilcil tlnil men nITcctcd Tho llor.ilil IB in receipt of a letter dated Juaroz, Mesico, Deceml.or 28, from' 3ergL-Major Schoor or Clares- holm, is wt'il known Hn n travel- Inhcrciilo.sis worked regulnrly in tlio canneries. Coal, Uius Lumber, leet......................... Brick, cement, oil and .Minerals and lumber These figures offer much enconragemenl. Hundreds Ihousands of acres of arable land have no! yet been cultivated. Our coal areas have merely been touched up lo the present. T] whole, province is underlaid with this valuable fuel Rnd as Ihe population grows new mines will bo opened and the productioi. will increase rapidly. In the far north (he mineral possibilities tire known to be rich and !hc new railroads being constructed will bring this to Ihe surface and add lo Hit- lotnl of urn yearly productions. Then have vast arcns of limber in the s.imc tprrifory wJiicli Inmsportation facilities will eniihlr; us lo develop. ilr. Ilarcourl makes a very signilicuiit slatemt-ul rcveiaiiun is ;i in LOCAL TRAIN Effective Oct. 2G, ARIXIVB Noal KrprcsR Koolenay 23. a'J the upon yarr cloilici. 3-.n-Ojs oil clotli laakei in tamiry Diuflen Dun lot 5c. BUY A DOTTLE AND SCE FOR YOURSELF .....Cnnlston .......____ (via Aldcrsydo) ........fa.00 Franclf WebstT, 4.1, frrind dcnil In ttio r.llo ou fitrui noar Clrafton, TI1REF..1N.ONE OIL CO. Monlrcol A ;