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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IE TH B � ID GE DAILY HERALD Saturday, .TaiUiary 25th? LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1m7 Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Publl�hlnfl. Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at Its office, Sixth Street, Lethbrldge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director T. W. QUAYLE Managing Editor JOHN TORRANOE Bualneia Manager PHONE: Editorial, ^Reportorlal And New* Department, PHONE: Advertising Circulation And Job Departments 12 5 2* r �: bAILY SUBSCftifTION- PtATtS ; . I-ye�r;"tiy mail ......... J year. delivered........ $4.00' 1 month, deHverea: 35c - lmonth. by nrtOl ...... 268. Addresses' changed, as often-*�8;desired, cb^f:bOtff%eif^aJid;ol*_ -addresses must be gtven. THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT /Lethbrldge-Red Gross Drug: * Book Store; J. G. Robertson  & Co.; Jackson & Co.; Alex-' andra Hotel: People's Drug store; Kenny & Allln. Macleod-Young- & Co.; R. Tf. i Hamilton. Plncher- Creek-B. J. Mitchell; D. L. MeCrea, Tabe'r-Westlake Bros. Cardeton-Alberta Dru* ft Bpok , Company. , V Fernfe, B. C.-Peroy Beal. Medicine Hut-L., M. Northam. Cranbraok, B. C~-Beattle and Atchuuan.' Clar^alioim-O. I.. Relnecke Diamond City-Diamond City Dru* Co, Vancouver, B. C-World Wide �>. News- Company. Minneapolis-Brown 4k Brown. Jl�-�h Street Spokane-The Jamleson News .Co.. 705 'Bivarslde Avenue. -Also on all C.P.R. trains THE WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday In ___ eight or more pares, summary of the news'of the we�k, local and district and contains a 1 year in advance .........J1.60- S months In advance ...... S months In advaneo 76c He L The C. P. R, Program THE CANADIAN PACIFIC Railway is to be complimented on the announcement of the big program in construction which, it announces. We commend the spirit of the policy which seeks to promote agricultural development in the building of lines to reach the farmers who 'sow have ito haul their products a considerable distance, thus enabltng them to compete- with those who have been longer in the country and haVe 'greater transportation facilities. In the scheme of its land policy the  C. P. R. will do much to encourage, the man who contemplates coming into the country, and, as Mr. Bury puts it, the man who is on the spot likewise aeeds -the necessary encouragement to cause him to be satisfied wjth, his'tfere%being ;J developed ""a school of1 s&Vanarchists' and socialists such as be- * gan the, great crusades of the past, *which Anally resulted In the over-throw-of whole empires and kingdoms, %-rW> one should be .surprised for it-^ wpuld^pnly be a case of hlBtory re-, i> ridiculous of all the pleiE fa^ainst a reductipn of the tariff i Jhifeafwtlie^gentremani wl\o repre-Bsnted!/^&si]^i-Associ9,tipn,:of America who*f"a/guBd that ' this would jnejan, tha^-working girls will no longer be able to wear silk stockings. It would kill the process of "dynamiting^ which gave the fabric a smooth, rich Vffect. This was done, it was said;-because women are not anxious to' get silk that will wear for years. They- want 'something that ' looks pretty and wears out quickly. From this It-is to fee inferred that once the glosses ^removed vanity will prevent the; working giria. from purchasing the undynajnited article. Poor working glrlfei one cannot help pftying them in being forced into the position of seltrdental which the TUthless hands of: the believers in a low tariff will place them. But that the tears shed over all the calamities which are to follow a reduction of the tariff are only crocodile ones is evident, for with all their "humanitarian" pleas the manufacturers are bold enough to declare that a reduction of profit, which the lessening of import- duties they urge will entail, will mean a lowering of the wages of their employees. So much for the genuineness of their sympathies. - ' �Thirty pen-cent: and more has-in many,cases shown to be the profit in several of these industries, and these the manufacturers of the United States apparently intend to maintain, in spite of the altruistic virtues; in them, they, are struggling to proclaim. And so H Is - with. "Interests" in protected countries all the world over. .V'^^UR^POINT OF VIEW *� ir Balfe"diiinnesB is,in the neigh-, Calgary bu Warren; Ohio. Although the windows had been glazed and the walls ane appar. ently very substantial, the wind gained an entrance to the main building, forced the roof upward, and; caused a considerable portion of the. walls to fall. The building is over 130 feet in length, and is a two-storey portion of the series which- was tV'be fready for occupancy on January 1. Please note that the zephyr described in the foregoing ..paragraph was wafted, not across Macleod, at which every jokesmith in'"the" one The Standard Securities Co. Real Estate and Investments Owners of Morraiiigside Suite 111-115 Sherlock BIdg. P.O.Box 1979 Phone 1291 r Excellent Buy on 13th St. North 100 feet on comer at $2,250.00. Easy terms We have several choice buys on 13th Street North in blocks 162, 163 and 169 C. P. R. AGENTS WILSON & SKEITH OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL Reliable Fire Offices Represented by ut. PHONE 1343 J night stand comedy outfits and every .would-be wit in the funny columns likes to take a crack when hennas nothing else tp busy himself with, but over placid, unruffled, perfectly satisfied with itself Ontario. Now, if that event had taken place here what a Haw! Haw! Haw! would have arisen, from Pincher Creek to North Bay. But, being happened in St. Catharines this is the last anyone will hear .of it. .-The news telegrams bring reports of �:wful gales and perishing snowstorms in the British Isles. Drought, pestilence, and "famine, are rearing their beads in the east. In parts of Indiana and other states'in* the eastern central ^section, steamboats iave been employed to take up a collection of the farming population, which had taken refuge from the floods on roofs, in trees, and upbd' whatever other elevations stood but about the deluge. At the same time the coasts of the iAJjantie, statesr liaye-. :>,en,, strewn 'with wrecks," anil "ocean* liners have �been fighting their way to and from .Europe through terrific gales and raging 'seas.- : There are not many regions more favored in climate than the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains, and of this region no .part gets, the'-better. of Southern Alberta in the matter of weather. �brightness of some of the poorer pupils she asked them: . "Children, what is the greatest of all the virtues?" No one answered. "Think a little," she said. "What ig k I am doing when I give up time and pleasure to come and talk with you for your good?" A grimy fist went up. ... "Well, what am I doing, little boy?" . "Buttin* in!"-Sunday Magazine. 'Jiist^ora joke'* Tact ' .. :'' The Spinster-Vour face is so -familiar to me, professor, I'm sure we've met before. , ... . Distinguished.Foreigner-Very likely, I vos .in dis country ven I vas a young chap!ArLondon Opinion. FARM LOAN8 FOR RENT 960 acre farm for rent South of Grassy Lake. All of Section 20, and south half of; 18, Township 8, Range 13. Will furnish-aeed and take half of the crop. � � ;��',�� O. T; LATHROP P�rnt Lands Stafford Black Parma, leant in Moriey To Loan On improved property and for � building*  \ purposes.' - . The C EL Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK PHONE 1326 In Lunnon First Workman (dtsgestedj-These blinkin' furriners comes a 'obnobbln' wiv us in the toobs and 'buses and, lumme, they gits to tork Hehglish very nigh as good as me an' you, Bill; not 'a-rf, they don't!-Punch. The Exception Nell-Miss Yellowleaf makes up terribly. Belle-Yes, I really think that -wo.-man makes up everything except her mind.-Philadelphia Record^ . (, . A Chande of Habits' "If the high cost of living keeps,on the rich themselves will feel the pinch of "."' :] ; '. The speaker was/Braifd Whltlock, mayor of Toledo. Hie continued: "I know a Toledo.bVnker who has already began to retrench. HIb daughter said to him the other day: ' " 'Father, dear, I need a new fall Tiding habit.' t, " 'Can't afford it,' � the banker growled. " 'But, father, what am I to do without a riding habit?' '"Get the walking /habit!* "-New York Tribune. ' January . January, crowned.with snow,.,, Crystaled, diamonded, agleara, Deep within thy heart;, we know, Dwelleth June, a far, fair dream. Sunset hints her distant hues; Sunrise flushes rose and gold'; Lovely memory reviews Spring's warm beauty, thro' the cold. Proud or beggared, glad or meek, Nature grants this gracious boon; We must .share with all who seek, January's dream of 'June. .- '�:� -Ethel H. Porter in Lippincott's, Muff's Kiddle A little four-year-old was walking with her mother, when a caterpillar, the first she. had ever seen, crawled in front of them, . "Muvver!, Muvver!" she cried excitedly, "Your muff's little girl is out taking a walk!"-zlne. -Everybody's Maga. A Really Smart Man "He always says the right thing at the right time, doesn't he?" "More than that. He always keeps still at the right time."-Houston Post. A One-Sided Argument "Why is it that Hendrix is able to dress so much better and live in so much finer a.tyle than you do? I understand that his salary- is no higher than yours." "The explanation is very simple. He has a daughter and I have a eon. My son has to pay the expenses for both whenever they go anywhere together."-Chicago Record-Herald. One of the MbitImportant Manufacturing Centres of Ontario The Little German Settlement of 18SS Now a Thriving City o� 25,000 Inhabitants ' In 1855 Berlin .was composed of iOO .'Inhabitants, principally ' Pennsylvania: _German'.'farmers!.' In those early.days it supported! a Lutheran meeting house, ;W post office, a German newspaper, a  Bhysician, a.; lawyer, three .stores, a  brewery and two taverns. , In 1912 Berlin became a city, with ra community pf 25,000. No city of its size on- th> ' continent-"of NortK -America, contains' eo -many up-to-date factorlas, such seething- - energy and brainy well-equipped' men for their �'governmenL - Its varied .manufactures require the host eki]l�d ariisana and mechanto*. -;JThls. �}aa� of-,labor Is peculiar to t^|p'cl|y,:an(l another gra-tifyiDg condition found in Berlla is that over 70% of its: ii\babltanU own their own homee. Although Berlin; has several large rubber companies, yet another one 1" rapidly bringing: Its naw factory to completion. The Dominion TlreCom-pany, Limited,"-with a.'caipltal of fl,-000,000, win, in '�>�' frrr months, ppan its doors to skiflled workmen for the manufacture of "Pomlnton" Automobile Tires. As It Looked to Him - The philanthropic .lojly was vlBiting a lower ea^t side school. To test the ' The Factory will be the last1 wdrd In -miilding, mac'hfriery and equipment. .Forty acres of land are necessary loir the present/and early futurevrei qulromonts of this sreat undertaking. The, main-building is ^^teel' and con-, cretc, has ^imenaiona of '432' by 90 feet, 5- "storeys 'including:i basement, each 'floor has'a, depth of 17 feot.the J,all-�daylight" windows are on every side, and the operatives will be flooded with .the light of day.v Niagara Hydro-Electric, and also 'Steam power will be used. Electricity equal to 1,600 horse power will be 'necessary to sttwt the wheels, revolving. Every -mill and .every calender will be brand new, and of the-very , latest patteo). ..,�-. :�� The motors will ibe supplied by the .Canadian General Electric Co., Limited; The Transformers iby the Canadian Westingheyse Company, Limited. The boilers ,by the Bobcock and Wil-,co^ Co. Jones Underfeed Stoker* and Eoonon^lzors^win alpo be found in the .power-house, which will'have no equal in' Canada.. The'Canadian Pacific and Grand Trunk Bull ways will each have tholr .sidings, thus � ensuring prompt shipment of soods, both inward and outward. ; Beallziny.tliat ldjBal conditions,. ai;e conduciveto the best wijk,.the. Company ha� Instructod Mr. Albert Kahn, ,tho- noted architect of Detroit, tp har-.monlze both the external and internal arrangements of the Factory, so that this result may bo~ attained, and that each .workman .eroplpyed .wUJ Mve every Incentive to sive the best that is in him to the sorvlce of.the Company. Both the Interior and oxterior wJH be finished in a way to delight an artl'st, and It will certainly be aippre-blated by the citizens of, Berlin. "And why all this expense? Wliy all this extreme care? For the reason that the Company realizes that everything In connection with the putting together of Automobile Tires must be perfect, and unless "Dominion" Tires are as complete >n construction and finish as a watch, they will not ba put out for sale. Tnere never was ' In the history of commerce such a demand made