Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 4 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY tfJEKAfcD Thursday, January 23,191 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1M7 Published by the Lethbrldoe Herald publishing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge, Albert*, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN PHONE: Editorial, Reportorlal And News Department 1224 Managing Director t. w. quavle Managing Editor John torrance Business Manager PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail ...... 6 months, by mall .'.. 1 month, by mall .... Addresses changed as often" as desired, but both new.and old V addresses must be given. 1 year, delivered .. 6 '.months, delivered 2 months, delivered, 1 month, delivered . $4.00 $.2.00 $1.00 35c. (3.00 $1.50 25c. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Lethbrldge-RSd Cross Drug & Book Store: .T.' G. Robertson & Co.; Jackson A Co.; Alexandra Hotel; People's Drug store; Kenny & AlUn. Maeleod-YoungCo.; R. Yf. Hamilton. Plncbe.- Cj-aeJc--E. J. Mitchell; D. L. MeCrea. Taber-TVestlake Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug & Book Company. Fernle, B. C.-Percy BeaL Medicine Hat-L. M. Norftfciri. Cranbrook, 8. C.-Beattia and Atchlnsoa. Claretholm-O. L. Reinecke Diamond City-Diamond City Dnig Co. Vancouver,' B. C.-World Wide' ' HewsComptCny. ; AIlnneaDoUsr-Browo & Brown, 219-ith Street. Spbkdne--The JamlesOn News Co.. 705 Riverside Avenue. ..nibre of a Socialist' than frtendrof/t^e favm�5. Needless; to say he wasj howled down. W. J:'Tregltlus is ojje-of-the heading capitalists of the. city5 of Calgary, but he Seems able/to hold the confidence of the farmere, .which is proof that he must navy a message worth listening to. Capitalists do not always' make the best leaders for farmers. Mr. Cockshutt of Brantt'ord, 'who is' one of the front-bench men on the government side of the bouse,"'-said that the contribution policy would be. the permanent policy of the Conservative party. How does that strike the Canadian people? Bart tirey was equal .to the best governoi 'general Canada eyer had and superior, to the most of. them. He Is nn ardent Imperialist-butt'he has fallen from grace. The Tory' .press has ino:more use for 3�lm. He had, the hervfe;to say that:if Canada had- endqtsed .reciprocity-with . tinguished. tejrm as governor-geheral Of Cahada*cipsed only a-fewnibnths ago.' Any;-criticism of Earl G-rey was because of what - some one has described aphis'- ultra-Imperialism," and. some"suspecji^ him of-being a.'ifidA^: >vbat'^in^^^^d}vdoa(fotherIand arm ./ the, Pdmlnjo^therie'',jis'not' This has been solved by "The Herald" which guarantees a city circulation ' .exceeding tbe number of residences In the, city. We don't ask you to take our word for it efther. We can prove to you over the signature of the build- Ing Inspector and the secretary of the business men's association, that our city circulation is greater than one to t every home-no duplicate of waste circulation figures, either. Now, Mr. Advertiser, If you are not sure that the above statement Is correct, call at the business office and ask for proof. - * Wheh you are satisfied that you can get Into,all the homes In Lethbrldge at the right time of day-when the . buyerof^the home has time to read -"~" your .store news^-rtho problem of- where to place your.1 advertising Is - ^ solved. .One of your big questions for 1913 will-be settled. � . � 1. -. ... ' This i certainly ought to get I: the^tomers The1 following editorial from Japan Magazine may be of interest as illustrative of the civic spirit of the Japanese : The appointment of Baron Saka-.tani as successor to Hon. Yukio Oza-ki in the mayoralty of the Japanese metropolis, has for the most part elicited commendation from the public, though the successor of so popular and brilliant an official as the .last major, will have a critical position to fill. The new mayor is a man � of some 50 years of age, a graduate of Imperial University in Law, arid a son-in-law of Baron Shibusawa, the/gre^t commercial magnate. Baron Sakatani has had a loug and successful career in the Finance Department, q!'which he was minister in 1906, an Experience that will stand him in good stead in .the ^management of the unwieldy finances of Tokio. Indeed the leading municipality of the empire is to be congratulated on having made so happy a selection at a time when so many modern improvements are being inaugurated and sound financial manipulation becomes so essential to true progress. Under so able an official the Tokio Press is now1 looking forward to various long anticipated improvements, such as the reform of the municipal assembly itself, extension and" greater efficiency of the city tramway system, cheaper electric lighting. and an extension of the water works to all parts of the FARM LANDS FARM LOANS FOR RENT 'SCO acre.farm for rent South of Grassy Lake. AH of Section 20, and south half of 19, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish'seed and take half of the crop. / ' O. T. LATHROP Farm Land* Stafford Block 'arm* Leans Fire Insurance Money tp Loan FIVE ROOMED- FULLY MODERN COTTAGE, ON ONE LOT, HALF BLOCK FROM CAR LINE, $2300.00-$260 CASH, BALANCE IN FIVE YEARS. * Good office to rent in Acadia Block, $15.00 : a month. , ,.B ...... :. .:. The C. B. Bowman Agency aCADIA BLOCK. :fHONC;fSSS. C city_. The world will be surprised to know that important sections of the Japanese capital, such as Shibuya, are as in the last century, obli'ged to use wellwater to the great danger of health. It is the conviction of many that Mayor. Ofcaki resigned office because of sinister influences at work in numicipal affairs by which ho refused to be bdund ; and the Tokio A.shal hopes that the.new mayor will prove invulnerable to this menace, to pure, and unc'orrupted civic .idminLs-trallon. Brute , ' ','Mary," %o pleaded, "will you please quit talking for .a few: minutes? I'm trying to think." "I can talk ,&nd. think," she peev-jshly replied*.' "I can't understand why you are not able to listen to me and think." , "I can. 6nly. the things I think While I'm listening to you don't get me anything^"1-.Chicago Record-Herald. ......... nou ---FAITH, HOPE AND CHARITY-- -the Good Book ���tells'us, are the cardinal virtues." For some time past we have done business pretty much on Faith, und while we have not lost Hdpej we fear that our present"coutfse . may get us on speaking terms with Charity. This, then is to say that on and afii^T Fehru'a^y. 1st, .we will change .our. ways � and sell for "cash. We -will still keep books for . the '. ac.com--modation of our customers. 'We will give one month's credit'/',' when previously arranged ior., All accounts must be paid' by the 15th of tl^e following, month. Terms of" settlement on�> Contract Work will-be specified on the agreement. We have lost none of our love for the Alberta people; this is . a purely business propositioiij absolutely impersonal,, actuated by a desire to'give'our patrons lower prices and; to give our- -selves more money in the tfrawer and less on,the, books...... Everybody knows that a car tain percentage of charge accounts eventually vgb to profit and loss. Who pays this mar- < gin of loss1? The:honest man,of course. ( This arrangement .-will ona'bl e. i\$ to. considerably reduce our.: prices and thusin a small measure help our patrons in theirs fig]it agaiiist "the lii^-h cost, o�living.,;. . ..... . Hick-Sehl Phones: 762,1762 0. 618-3rd Avenue ^oufli.