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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD W. A. PHONE: Editorial, Btportorlal and Depart mcnl 1224 Advtrttilng. Clreulillen Depart-nents 1252 5 mcclha. S months, 1 rconth. delivered delivered delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 yoar. by raatl 51.00 s tsontbt, by mall 11.00 3 months, by nail "i, b> rosU..... W.OO .75 .25 eMnjwd is often 3S >d. but bolli ar.J s rr.JSt c? siren. Cioss Drug i Book Store: J. G. Rob- ertson Co.; Jscison Sr Co.; Alexandra Hotel; Peo- ple's Unis Stoic; Kenny s Atlln; Leiibrldsa Hotel BUnd. Diamond Clly-Dr. D'Arc. Medicine Hit AHlnlbola Hotel. TriE DAILY HERAtO FOR SALE AT Mur- Bool; Crjnbrojk-Bflttle ray Co.; Cranbrcoi Company. Provincial News Coasi'inr- Plr.cfw Dr. McCrea; Mitchell Drug Co. Bros. IS? Wotiil Newj Co.; Shop, 415 GranN-ell Street. Spokane-Jamlesoa Co. 705 River Side Avenue. Qrasiy Hotel. Kerap ft Cohen Agency. and NVi S09A Sin Are. West; World Newt Co. Plncher Station Edward Head. St Co. Kuol- den. -Vews Co. Biigadier Hunter TelU Thrilling Story-Will Open the Seige o( Lethbridge 01 all [oriorn hopes, surely the be- jlnulut o! work amouj the Crlm- luil Tribes, I.e., ths Uoas. im tie most forlorn. Having been keft tot verbhl "had their band- 1 ed the old police UKS (a group ot capllnl butldluss) with a guarantee of certain payments. tor supervision for ye.vt. Nothing that had ever been attempted (or these people iiad ever tM'.ed tor mo.-e than two years. 'ho MouamtaoJia police Inspector as- _ thal IFere shipped into Alberta the Past Year I A lotai inji grapli rajitie: printed a tart "The Salvation Army The [.cllibridgc proportion, nl rule of S3 rents per dozen, represents a daily loss of S172.50 to our district for each day of the yenr. lUuTucre'ued, to tne In their wretcked tortutt and more numerous.1 Iteccgnlzlnj thai the boy was taiher of the a Uoui lad was JIR. FREAM'S VINDICATION. women, slnrlng the Eonfs of Zio won after allt" aiked the Brigadier. "The Salvation said one man, "but the Doms bave also suggested another, "for they have bappened. One tie fate of his tribe, and of himself, to iuusct evening ol every et for as many years as the oldest. oeiore uur ruujav. can remenibtr, the un-1 amr holding on lo two of their own tetunaie creatures were hu.lled into Eca. -Look they cried, "tbese 'heir the roll would jlwo have been stealing; they I i une uaj the whole of the Fatepur i Settlement (trie old ]ali> settlers ga-. before our Punjabi Adjutant'! be called, and the laise wiih o key which Is iopt at locked tave sot Jewelry en from them end Inform our oollce uuUl daybreak. ,Brigadier Hunter.) We ore not la the night surprlso thleTts any more, and why should m _ __ n of our HERALD has no desire to i any family feud in connection J Ui Inid down. tiilj >erla fanners organization, but cannot re- rain from extending congratulations lo Mr. -ream on the outcome of yesterday's attack in ihe convention. Not that we hold any brief for n Mr. Fream, who seems quite equal lo the task ol laking care of himself, but rather because we fc_ feel that the elevators have not yet had a fair trial and criticism is rather premature. When it is realized that nearly every elevator the farm- ers own was opened late in the threshing season it seems ridiculous that men should open an at- tack now If was claimed that there -was gross mismanagement it would be different, but the whole attack seems to be based on a charge tha the act incorporating the company does not con tain the co-operative principle. Perhaps it does not. Let time solve that question. Aside from this there is no serious attack beyond a lot of trivial criticism in a Calgary newspaper, jind we therefore think that the critics should have wait- ed for another year at least so as to have the acl- lyil experience in operating the elevators upon "-which to base an attack. no doubt but ihal Mr. Fream has his limitations, but the con- vention has not shown where he acted other- wise than in the interest of the THE WIDER MARKET. A very illustrative instance of the benefits of a wider market for agricultural industry was given by Hon. Duncan Marshall in his address to the" farmtrs met in convention. He took occa- sion to refer to the fact of the rise in the price of hogs lo 75 cents a hundred at Calgary immed- iately after fen carloads had been purchased by buyers from Seattle, who had taken advantage of the restrictions removed from the tariff. This is only a case in point emphasizing the utility of freedom in buying and selling which an un- restricted market affords. Trade" freed from all shackles which em- marked, will do a great deal, but before co-op erntion is undertaken there was need of educa lion on the proper methods of production. Am. ultls J1 in referring to cooperation its benefits were well any llustrated in the fanner who obtained I coarse sisU would be paid and tie lull call- What happened .it the owner of any disgrace the name, of our And so two mis treants were handed over. They con rno oo the roll were absent! The. all and gave up the Jewelry to arae would be reported and the per-' thB owners and wero Eeclenceo to dmsently sought for. tbere lhree vears' Imprisonment. Thoy re- __ nt _ _, 1L_ ggs a day laking him-thirty daysvto produce a .lure. ln auy case. If, however, there were thirty farmers ob- prisoned forcing ou aining a dozen eggs each, a rase would be alkd n one day. The method of co-operation would qliarrel wUb hls then tend to place on the market a M be .glveD (or bto case ie would be it to a you." she announced and alter hours years ago bad B The Dora wo- she ann0unce an The provincial department of agriculture is u a' a (ew personal belongs, which lite this had ever occurred 'before in the history of lhe Oorakpu Doms. Truly crime and drunkenness and gambling are being swept away. doubt was removed as So the ability o( the S. A. to cope with the Ctininal Tribes, and numerous other government buildings vrere handed over to start like settlements among other Criminal Tribes In different i parts of India, all ol which are dolns reference to the egg industry. for farmers to make use of the knowledge dis trihuted through the B.ouW never look again onlha9 jMl beec pdded lo the Gorakpus ulam. A I nd accommodation Is pamphlets. A market is only held ments. and accommodation S" as any ever bom pajiipiucia. ----j I r-ate nave oeeu joje an.j inieuiteai talion of tlie article supplied, and this applies lo L glare of ihe suu, ]ndilll Rajah's family are being eggs in the same degree as to other products. Limit the number of your hens so as to en- sure careful watching and attendance, and care- ,.3'ho may or at fully regard their produce, was a maxim well she wm OUR POINT OF VIEW In Ihe future, will bo leaders tn every good work. What has tamed these untamable? ffe bave often been as'sed. Wnn Is and toricg'iar'back." he said. "There, ascr prison bars, handcuffs, ?s no time to get a pass. they will EUr.ervlslon3 It Is the ,ove o keep ne waitingal Hast two davs 05 eiempllfied by Iho lives of thai and in tiaf time my wife might Army oHcers among these 1 ,_j ._ mnn" Ko Ram- the humanity filial. Utiu ill be married to ipo'Ui The U. F. A. delegates were kept down lo hard grind while in the city. They didn't even have a chance lo go to the picture shows. Premier Borden says a removal of tariff duties would not help the farmer, wherein he differs from the farmer. Calgary has sold five millions in bonds which iiccu ii u" barrass their particular industry is the cry of the farmers of the west. II is impossible to ration oily understand the attitude of those who are opposed to the desires of' these men of the soil iWhile acknowledging that .the agnculiural in 'dustry is a basic one, on the success of whicl national prosperity is built, the indifference s far shown by the government at Ottawa lo th 'demands of the. western farmers, taken from th surface is something akin to an aspersion on th of the agriculturists in that they are nc credited with not knowing where Iheir intcres leally lies. Common sense cannot but contradict th view, and points signiflcanlly to the trulh of tl opinion expressed by President Tregillus'of ll U. K. A, that free trade, so far as the fanners are 1 concerned, cannol be oblaincd so long as lhe1 Lord Strathcona preferred lo lie beside his ife in ihe Highgale Cemetery than lo rest TlCO ID strode ouO'lri the 'same dlrcc- went abroad without that; be- a savage the humar.itr Buy a 10-acre irrigated potil- try fiinu and pny for it with Poultry'ami Eggs Now is your opportunity. i "A Word lo the Wise is Sufficient" C. J Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL i i LETHBRIDGE o the who touched Capon to the Palace lo pre- ,Ur5 they were .cleansed. Unt to the Emseror a petition form January 1003, when the troops Tho workmen lod'.y declared a killed many sinking workmen as strike, and with bands playing they marcWns. led by Father proceeded along Nevskj Prospect, to the sijuaro. lo pre- tinging revolullonary songs until tha fhn IpTiers ana ttiey were >ivuuscu. PPUI iv mo we do not claim that they are all con-justing thc-lr and economl- verted but, thanl! God, some are, anfl cal demands. neve' went abroad without that; Be- buli thanl! God, some are, ana, oVterg wll, te. rubbery and gaol- and there might D-! wild animals and; are Eo in the Don) s list snakes to face On he trudged, but are regarded as things Ins in hla heart that this quarrel lad w be avoMea, [or the ei-trlmtaals never started and: iiad not brought j are not employed by the Gorak- hlm all this trouble. plir municipality are now Cavers, what happened to ycu then? carpft and rofe and the lat- l asked him when 1 met him. est we have been able lo "Half way to the village where 11 arocnE IB silk rccllasr. was solos 1 met sis rctta silting un-1 ago the Llenlcnant the olnsrs police scattered them. Considerable damage Is reporter! to bave been dono by the demonstrators. s a fair proportion of the entire debt of the pro of Alberta, but there is never a word about Calgary being ruined financially. And this only one loan of many loans. The removal of the duty on wheat would affcc lie milling interests only to the extent that i would force them to pay the farmers a price for wheat a liltle nearer lhe price charged the con- sumer for ilour. That is all the damage that would DC done. It isn't nice lo brag but vve may be pardoned for drawing attention to lhe fact that lhe hir> U. F. A. convention delegates were well looked ors, were all handcufted and In cells." con after in this city. So complete was the organ- ization every visitor was in comfortable quar- ters within fifteen minutes after arrival in the city. In season and out of season the Calgary News what had you done that you rtould be 1 exclaimed, tapatlent wUh tie man's passive these men wero Dacolls (high- way robbers and loolera) some of government were very Eood .only sen- iclns me to 'ea >'cars- Ram-Mam, why did you not explain that you were on a Journey SM' looked at mo rjueerly tv. 'rom (he JOTTI W. M. Couper, ooun- f el Jor word this mcrr.fnj from tnt icpart ment ot OtlKvn, Intlmitlni Mlnlattr did ool clent cause for ordering a trial ttc commute the sentence. Tills alternoua Mr. Couper bears the to Bordeaux Jail, and will tell Camv'jull ttint no hopo re- i P in narntera and Bit 1 .cr's time MiJlred Ms him with nt. cloltefc ol Rowers, nice food, and strong drlnV. and he was Lie hero of tic day. _ I, It any wonder thit the Illte Dems lUlened with flashing eyes to ol lha .tlrrlng advenlurcs li. ex-PTlSoner, at or.ce plvri HM when they btcarr.e big thw would hare their flll ol io-e 'lit what they eipect Each to reform 6Ualn these b? in failure, until Ue'.iter.Bnt-OOTerno Sir John Hewitt turned to the tlonArmr some five year, ago for Blatance In the matter. Cotnmlmlone nooth-TueVer wa? willing and IH lovcrnment, pro- being thrown Into they M. iora lor Farmers of Alberta We im-fi YOU a cordial invitation to cnll at our office wliilo you arc in let us show you the opportunity presented now to advance your interests in many ways through becoming a share- holder in Delanys' Limited The Pioneer Packing Plant of Southern Alberta. It has more atirac- ive features than any other project ever presented to YOU in this country. Mitford and Company 405 5th Street South. ;