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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETH BRIDGE 1TAILY HEUALU FUIOAY, JANUARY 9, 19M LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER ISO? Published by ihe Lethbrldge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every law- ful at Its office, Slxtli Street, Lelhbrldgo, Alb-rta, Canada. W. A, PHONE: Erfltorlat, And N Departrt T. W, QUAYLE Matuglnfl Editor JOHN TORRANCE Manager PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Deptftmenti 1 2 5 2 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES months. delivered S2.00 3 mcntha. rieltvorod f 1.00 2 months, ilelirerod 35c. i; nif-nths, by 3 months, by mall 1 niiil desired, bjt toth THE DAILY HERA Cioss Drus i Hook Slore; J. 0. Kob- Co.; Jdckfion t Co.; AloiAndra Peo- ple's nrns Store; Konny Hp'.al I'lf.ir JtinJ; Diamond H'Arc. Medicine lloiol. D. Ferguson. 4 >lur- Co Cranbroot lioot Conpiny. News Company. Plncher McCrea; Mitchell Drag Co. LD FOR SALE AT Bros. Vancouver Wide World News Co.; News Shop. UD Oranwell Street........ Nmvs Co. ;C5 River Side Avenue. Qratiy Hotel, .Co- han News Agency. I3cok Hurt News Store, 10SA Sth West; World Co. Pincher Station Edivard Head. St. Nen-s Co. Knol- Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD P-jbllshta "try !n f ItM Tr.ore anil fntslnj of thd r.ewi of the Soral ana dis'.Tlct 1 yetr in advance.....51.00 6 monlhs'in advance 60c lion to Ilir oxleul of elimination of sliorhige, mid1 tin.' producer aiitl rciiisiiiiKT hi'ticlils. Tlio Anirririm lins dune iis slitn-e. Let Ciiiimln nihke possible the ctMiioval of oilier duties, so Hint Ihe cost of living may ill leiisl'he ehecUi'd in ils fliylit, it not immediately he brought down lo em-Ill. So fur iis Ihe sheep industry is concerned, Ihe Hernld pre- dicts growth ami prosperity in western sheep husbandry. icul eimnm'S linve hiken place iu ten.years, nnd more will follow. With depleted flocks mid herds the cry for nienl hits liecome louder. Already our thinking people nrc iilnnned. We somc [.cdiminary must hnvo more moat, smd more meat menus morn mutton, husincss was done in preparation lor There is plenty of room for leu times the present sheep ptipnlti- turn. Kvery farm will he increased iu value by the keeping of n Uie' councillors, Messrs. St.erit, 1'iU'her and FIRST MEETING OF CARDSTON COUNCIL The iicxv lures that greeted Ills wot- ishiii were Messrs. 1'hApns, Brown and few shrcp. The industry is iu rctrngnulc no louder, and its long ns the Aincrirmi markets for wool ami mutton tire wide "open, ilismi will nt'vtT ivrrde IHTJUISI' il is D child of Iho mother of necessity. j wcTC llOt JlHogCtllCT hav- jiiH-, town in it simllnr j paoily U- J- Hrowij, howc-vpc, snt for I hi- fust time around .COLVlCll lioanl. The iollovring .stnttiHuft commUtcrs Graft in comirelimi willi the purclidse of nrmy sup- plies for (ircat Uriliiiii. i i i IL l 'were named ijy Mayor lUoun, How our ideals me hems shiitlcicd. Premier Hnrdeii can hardly lout-cr refuse the west ils natural resources when Sit- Hotimand Koblin joins in the demand. Once, tigiiin comes Ihe rumor lhal Lclhbriilge' is lo he a i divisional point. Whether it is made one or nol, LelhliridKc should be n divisional point. j lirst nunied in each rase chair- man ot tlio commiUtr Kinnnco Jas. Anderson, W. 1-3. Pitcher and W. H. Steed. Wattr and K. 1'itcher, II. I'iiipps, .lonathan Hunt. Works anil U. Steed, R. J: J. Hunt. License, and C. rhipps, W. K. I'itrhcr. U. .1. Drown. llMltli ami Hunt. Jas Anderson, II. Steed. With the installation of the new If Ihe p-irfcl posl system is held up by exorbilanl de-, mauds for more- money from .he railways parliamenl should .1 hiive sometbin.M lo say and say il emphatically. ]ket> Will Sir Uodmond iloblin's declm-atioii in favor of pro- _ hihilion sliulter Hie fine "booze machine" his organizers have was bnill up or will the Himor men iiwuil something more detinite because of than words health, has found lo up the work, 3 I his resignation was on the tahle to take, eftecl three months hence. The. RESOLVE AT HOME." EGGS Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year Tlie Lcllibridgu pi-oporlinii, at rale of 35 oonls per dozen, represents a daily loss of 172.00 lo our district for each day of Ihc year. JCST NOW, when N'cw Year's resolutions are fresli in our minds, is u good time lo repeal the time-worn advice, "Buy nt Home." If there has been oil the part of any Lelhbridge Robert Patterson, M.P.P., is on his to Ottawa lo see Mr-' XT iV I'TOM Rordfii. Will he advise the withholding of Ihe miturtil resources ]cnl having been ior That is his stand" on Ihc some time manager of Ihc Curdston Milline; Co, anil tlie latier ot tiie oi- :fice stall ot W. II. Steed and cora- ipany of Cardston. in him Hie toivn ,m.il Alberto votes Conservative? public pliilform. If .he eily has a lot of unworkable non-enforeeahle the man to tell Ihc Commissioners so is the city solicitor, and lie Caritston has not hmi many sccre- a tendcncv to consider this advice in the lislil of a joke, j tlie weeding out of the use-: lary-fre.isnrets in its history. From i .1. ..c i _ illif, incrntinii nf Mr Mr-r- lil of his let him, or her, us the case, mey be, reconsider il in the or her own material prosperity. If are sent out of Lcllibridgc to buy from the easi, ami lhal runouul would mean the employment of two or volinfi 'three hundred more heads of families in Lelhbridgc, if the money i we Let us have laws which stand for something. jnceptton ot the Mr. Jlr. Mar- its executive I evince the public lhal ,e lionble lias always were kept n( home, it would be easy lo con buying at home lias a real advantage. The been to gei statistics to prove the vasl amount of money being sent out to purchase those commodities which might bcl'er have been purchased from our own merchants and manufacturers, with the result that this menace, lo the community's prosperity officer till IOOD, when Mr. Spealdng at Hlciirmore, John Kemniis, M.P.P., suit! Alberla "t'i'n "It nol reveal a desin- for ils nalural rcsotirces. present commodious quarters imvc K deluded ourselves Hint John was of a secured in the C.ionths block on aii Bad associations have From the Saskatoon Slav cmimaies Ihc following, calculated r.eavltt, Alta.. .Tin. S. Miss Merrill, -wlio has been visiting nt lier T _ i mi, n jiu n na vital 11II ir nt lltf no douljt lo be n soothing star beam: "Pwa years of ,wme at HJI, general prosperity of at home where it will serve to increase Ihe each one of us. This is one concrete instance that we Icnow. If we could get the facls about other commodities and fiiid the (jraml tota'l that might be kept at home, it would stagger us. We send east for our clothing, our hoots and shoes, our sta- tionery, or probably our groceries, and Ihe money slays east, for have nolhing as yet which they need to buy from us. But if AVC kept the money represented right here, we would create a larger demand for those goods, and might reasonably expccl, as a result, larger stores, larger payrolls, larger population larger bunk accounts. And the ultimalc result would lie ihal in few years our wholesalers, instead of being dependent on fac- j wiiic.ii are now making rich the older communities of the j Dominion, would be buying from factories right at our doors, here by the prosperity following the development of a community Buy-nt-Homc conscience. BANK CLOSED .ITS DOORS I ed .from the fact that tlio Crow, Rud- Pensaco'.a, Pia., Jan. of I c-iph. Co.. Liverpool lumber the first National Bontc ot had issued a statement of. Inability i cola to open its doors for business to- to pay drafts for approximately j day was explained by officials of the I COO 'held by the bank. Tho last re-1 was a holiday visitor with and M. Coombs. ivtek the teachers of the local bunk as duo to the withdrawal yes- terday o' t'ic accounts of a number of depositors, which pi-ubably result- on Iho condition of the bank shows its capital at dopostts eross assets SHEEP INDUSTRY PROMISES WELL. SHORTAGE of production of food stuffs, particularly meals, will hold the prop under the cost of living figures despite tariff reform. The argument of Conservative papers that lower tariff will not benefit the producer however, hecanse it will not lesson Hie cost of living, is an empty one. Free trade in foo products will open markets lhal will assure profitable returns to the producer, hence every producer will breed and raise lo his capacity. When a stale of equilibrium between production and c-onsinnplion is reached, the price of food stuffs will naturally fall. As loni; as there is a shortage in the world's markets, Ihe prices will soar, hut when Ihe supply meets the demand more evenly, they will come down as surely as the sun shines. -In the meantime we should have taritf reform and free entry of farm to Ihe open markets. In this connection, The American Sheen Breeder, the shep- herd's stand-by, of Chicago, says ill regard lo million and wool: "The million supplies of Great Britain and Europe are far below ilcmnnd, and Australia nnd South America arc being taxed to tiii-ir utmost lo meet these dc-mands. The million receipts from Canada will cut liltle figure in our own market, which rapidly hbsorbs all shipments of mutton and lambs. The prospect for ;i ten cent lamb ne.xl spring is a rosy one. "The wool market of the world was never slronficr in fnct. .Yi'hiie no one can Icll liow tariff reduction in wool will afl'ccl iit; wool .MoBJiialn Viow, ,tn'r. ;.ul ft 01; places. Tho presentation imitiue i at and al-ro at Hoazer ami j View. Mr. Hcnson of Card- j I ston presided at tho organ ami hc-lp- I ed to make the affair a success. SchooJ started as usual, n'it.Si tl.o old staff of teachers nt work. Leav- itt is one of the schools tnklng up Iho course in music taught by Mr. j Coombs in several of ttio schools of the south country. Poultry business in AlLorta will pay if comlnctctl, for the host feed cnn LD rniscil chcajily. A lieu with cross Hevcn-L'Ightli.s While LogUnru EIHI! nnvrcd Koi-k at Agricul- tural Collrgo in the Stale of Oregon lins n, record of 303 eggs lit one year: n; 25 cculs :i Joxen rL-pre- scnts a gross Income of ?0.3l. "A Word to the Wise is Sufficient" I have 40 ion-nrrc Irncls 5 mill's norlli casl oT the city, with full riglil, for.sale i'os1 if 100 IK-IT. The land cnu'nol be liniiRht for less Hum if 133 per in large tnicls. These Ira els arc ideal fur poultry fuvins; some with ideiil silos for reservoirs, thus insuring a good wider supply, nnd natural gas lie supplied upon npplicvilion, the Gas C'.ouiimuy'.s main heing half a mile north. Terms are easy. After first payment of is made I take balance ill poultry and CRSS at Letiibridgc iniu1- price. C. Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDKB LOCAL TRAIN SCHEDULE HILL SPRING Hill Spring, Alta., Jan. A. Han- seti ;in-l A. speni Friday NO. NAME 'l3 Crow's Nest Kxpross 314 Crow's 12 Soo-SlK 11 Soo-Spokano l-'ly 12 Local 11 Local Local Effective Oct. 2G, 1913. ARRIVALS FHOM ........Kootcnriy l.nn Impress ............Medicine Hat ........St. 1'nul DDE TO'-. .............23.10 507 Medicine Hat Com is American mills, it is hardly likely that next year's d jnarkul will he much lower. The consensus of opinion among i men generally is that wool prices have reached Ihc hnllom nnd may advance. This depends largely on foreign conditions-, which nl rirewnl are favorable for u strong market next year." Canada does not raise enough mutton to supply her own de- mand, yet American prices coax the Canuck lamb across Ihe bor- der. We can also dispose of certain grades of coarse wools in American markets lo advantage, although we are heavy import- rrs of the finer grades. The Wilson tariff bill has already acted iis it decided stimulus lo Canadian production. lieller markets mean cheaper production, increased nroduc While "you" are "eating luscious, juicy, tangy, seedless "Sunkist" oranges, you are delighted with the magnificent silverware you are getting for your table. You always order "Simkist" oranges because they are the finest, richest, selected fruit grown anywhere in the world. Picked and packed by gloved flfuncsl of all fruits. Thin-skinned, fibreless. Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Cut the trademarks from the around "Sunkist" oranges and iomtms and send them to us. Select silver piece; from our 27 different premiums. Kveiy piece the famous Rogers Standard A-l guaranteed silver plntc. The Rojjera.orange spoon shown above is sent to you for 12 trademarks from "Sunkist" oranges or lemons nnd 12 cents, Trademarks from "Red Tln.ll" orange and lemon same as "Sunkist." In remitting, send amounts of 20 cents or over in Postal Note, Post Office or Express Money Order. Buy oranges by Ihe half-box or font your Send your name for our complete free premium sheet and Premium Cluli Plan. Send all orders {or premiums and all irtqitirits to csoj California Fruit Exchange 105 Kics Street, Cor. CKurch TOROMTO.ONT. The Scott Fruit Co., Limited '.ETHDRIOGE ALBERTA WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR -SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND THE CROWS in Knight Academy tiicm. Mr. NE3T PASS. I took a prominent 1'art In [ho night at Hill Spring on rouie lo TMnoh- cr with a toand cf, liorscs bought JIavor II. Debbie Iti tho irdBtou district last week, decree Rlchaj-ilson. who for Uio past weeks has heen In the Mem- orial hospital at Pinch or Creek, home Again. Mr. nJeiiarilson took bunch of horsey to the northern town some weeks ago. nnj en ;hs ill, lie wns tnhen to the hospital and metlical aid summoned. It was thought for a. whHo that an operatlor Tvoulrl necessary, but he pulled through satisfactorily, and Is Rlftil to bo homo "Miss Olga Anderson, tlie ropular Raymond soprano, is a guest tills week at tho Hnnl farm at-Hill SprfnK- Fred Oihb anil wife, nee Miss Rebocua Urown, youc to Hay- mnr.tl for the j Mr. and Mis. liusscll Slomi left on Thursilaj' ior Canlnion, whore tliey I will stay for n fnw wrecks. Mr. Sloan j is helping to tafce stock at ilic- Card- Kton Irnp'c'iiieut Co. 1 Mr. Tannor left last i for T'aj-Eon. Ktah, where he wlU Rpend :i few weC'ka visiting "with ro'.itives Eind friends. L H. G. Knlsiom nnd W, C. Smith I ju.st _rcturned from a business to' rincht-r Crceh. j I jioi'cnxo IJ a v i e.< eTt on Sa tu rda y for Hnyrnond, whore ho will continue hia course at Hie rliuro'n school, the Knight Academy. On. New Yonrs nlfiht merry crowd of von n 3 and old people Rathe-rod in tho school ho'.iHO to sec the old year out and tho new in. Tho even- ing 'was Rpflnt Sn dnncinft. Rnd otidnd wUh oxjiTCHSlonB of wlfJ for j ini-i. Mr! ivnn n.iv'os V.FVH pono to Hay- moHd to l-ike 1111 a. course o.' study j Local Local ............Calir.iry (Aldcrsyde hranch) -----13.03 JEi'AKTUKES NAME FOR DUE TO DRPAP.T Crow's Nest Kxprr-ss............ Mcdfciuo Flat ..................23. "-0 Crow's Neat Korean ............Knotcnay I.amlins.............. Flyer ..............St. Paul 1'iyer ..............Spokane Local Local ...........................Car.lston ......................17. (via Aliloiaydf) cliurnli 'ivork of tile Chnrcji of .le.snsi j bis old work at The j-iaior Christ ol Lalter Day Saints at Hill room oiicued for work on Monday Spring, and Ills f.-ienda are soiry u last. has been for him to leave. j Merrill, lias spend- Tho tniRteefi have not heen a'llc lo I t.olldays v.-ilh IUM- Barents get anyone to tlnj prlneipalship here, has returned to Lcuivlu vvhi-ni of iiio KCliool tin; of jf.'ia ivlll rraiiinr. liei- us tiMOli-.-r A. W. -Prime, v.ho has tone the I'ulilli- school staff there. It is a pathetic mistake to accept drugs or alcoholic mixtures when nature craves nourishment w icpait the wasted body and restore the vigor of health. For forty years the best physicians have relied on the wholesome precligested nourishment in SCOTT S EMULSION which is totally free from alcohol or opiates. Scoff's Emulsion sharpens the bones jincl restores the courage of health lo make life bright. ScQtt's Emulsion sets in the very forces that promote health. Its purity, richness and strength J has stood (he test .of forty years. S ;