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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4. THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, January LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD OEOEMJ3ER 1OOT PrbHifced by ths Lethbridge Herald Publishing Co., Ltd., evert cvttii.j- R I its cuice, Crabb Street, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada W. A. BUCHAKAN, MANAGING DIBEOI'OB AND EDITOR PHONE: Editorial, Reportorial, News 1224 intf PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. Depts. 19V> DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year, by mail ........13.01 months, hy moil ......fl.7i S months, by ma'J Addresses changed as of ten deiirea, bat both new and oil must be eiveuu j rear, delirered.......14.00 months, 1 month, delivered.......35c WEEKLY HERALD Publltted every Wednesday in clgbt or mere and t EUinniRrys of ths news the week, local and district, 1 year, in 2 mouths, in advance La ;advance THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT .SCte Ltthfari Crow Book S'.ure, J. G. Robert- son Co- Johnston Jeci- son, Alexfiuora Hotel, Peo- pits Drug Store. Co.. X. W. Hamihop Plncher J. D. L. MrCrea. Bros. Dmj Book Co. FtrnU, B. Grsnbrcok. B. ft Atchisoa. L. Grsssy TughaoL- Diamond D'Arc'i Urus Store. Medicins M. Nortbam Vancouver, B. News Co. Brotvi 219 itL St, Also on all C. P. R. INDEPENDENCE OF FARMERS the Grain Growers' Unes He will be listened to. t Brancon. yesterday, N.- A. Fartrtdge, Sintaluta, one of leaders, ine members oi tne association, to join themselves to tone political party or tha ether, and tiiereay to use tiieir influ- ence to have the men nominated ior representatives in parliament, Taera Is little doubt but what his -Tdtlmenrs 'were not cheered by sev- eral of Hearers, who have hones aaina; their influence as members of ths Grain Growars to advocate the for- nation ox an independent party in or- isr they may attain, their ambi- tion to become members of the ture or the federal parliament. Sat Mr. Partridge is righL The place for the farmer to exercise his independence is in the party he is in a position, to gain something by ieihg independent. If he is in. the par- tv as 2. supporter, but holds and. er- prssses Ms views alosg any particular The oldest Insurance Office In the world UJID A.D. 1710 ai.CKiYTENAkY :9lO HOME OFFICE: LONDON, ENGLAND SUB Toronto, B. M. Blackburn, keep, and a dozen other matters of im- portance that' require a good deal.of mo-jght, and much handling. There are citizens who have ideas on these things. Tfle city should take vantage their knowledge and ex- perience nud enlist their services. Tiiese men may not be known yet. in order thru they may all be liiumi mere bo some organization which will conduct cliccussions, of the i't'owems of civic beauty, find give and get information, but lead lu a movement to gev enthusiasUc "Letii bridge lieautifui" campaign in run swins for the year. OUR POINT OF VIEW Kdmontou's indebtedness is now a matter ot per capita rour years ago the indebtedness was only The capital city bus, inauy miles of payed 'streets, a street j iiiilway, and other public utilities to show for its investments. 76 x 142 1-2 corner lots 23-24-25, block 4, Duff Addition Easy terms 48 x 125 on Dufferin, splendid building site. Easy terms 50 x 125 on London Road in block 128. Easy terms Alberta's Premier attended the For- estry Confess ut Quebec, and the TGr- onto Glotje man who uiere. suiii that he impressed everybody with h'sj where Uiey armies, in which case they must in- deed far outnumber ihe buffalo in tueir palmiest days. There were economic reasons for the killing of the buiMJo. The west-! plains could not grow wheat and) iced their roving herds at the same! time. .AM while wheat is less roman-l tic than roving, herds ol'j b'.iltalo, it is more useful. But no such reason for thc destruction of; me caribou. The Lfurren thrive and multiply, are. remarkable grasu of affairs and clear Insight iato the heart of any q uon which comes up for discussion. over a million square miles in extent they are bare of trees, but the plaina are covered rlcu, iv.nk like England meadows, and in soine stretches of the herbage Is as rank as on the Indiana prairies. Out these Arctic plains are not to ever unanimous, for if it suits the hithliinrtj support a poniilation oi farmers nor scotch of Glengarry, it ougbt to suit' everybody. uiengai'ry Presbjterians proved of a church union. have The rest 51x125 ft. corner London Road and Cutbill, with modern small house and workshop, Easy terms 4 room house on Torrance Avenue, close in, on 40x125 ft lot. Snap handles Freeman MacLeod Co. Lethbride Hotel Block Phone 1212 of the Frcsbytorians ought it! The party wants him aricl bow to him in b aer to hold his support. But if he is' outside oi the party, running a little: show ot his own. neither party cares! ror-hlrru Wnat he ma> sa> or do manes no difference to the parties, as they know they cannot get sup- port, and, therefore, do as they like, paying no'attention to him. Of course, once in a great while some combina- tion, of circumstances makes it possi- ble for a number of independents tc get together so as to have some influ- ence, along some line. But these in- stances are rare, and li the independ- ents do manage-to hang together to accomplish one purpose, they do net manage to do so long enough- to ac- complSsn .anything more. Mr. Part- ridge is rignt: the place for a man t-- exercise his independence is where It counts most, and that is within the ranks of one or other of the political parties. The commission plan of govcramoit continues to fivor. A few davs are men likely to band cities by their lakes or rivers. tsut the caribou will always thrive tnerc. The :satte'r of r.rotcciioa nas not escaped tne attention of the ago, the electors of three cities in ]'-j Canadian government, re- iinois, uttawa. Decauter and Uixon.; presented by the Minister of the In- voted in favor of it. From Other Sanctums BOOSTING CANADA'IN JOEVMART1N'S. .EARS T 13 HAHi> for even the intelll- wa3 to Canada. he repli- genn American so grasp the close connection between Great T3ri- tsn and. her .Dominions. The man or airairs across does not re- that men Iron the Overseas fam- eo, "I am just on my way to Vancou- by the is still his acme, immediately trie New York ed- itor proceeded to dilate upon tne fea- tures of tie Canadian and to tell the British .11. P. what a wonderful Taxed for Doing Something (trsmonton Capital.) Joseph Fels says to raise civic rev- enue my means of licenses is to fine- men for doing something. The inter- pretation is good, and it can be ex- tended to floor space tax, income tax and poll tax. Thirty Millions of Caribou (Kegina Leader.) Tnompson Seton tells the .barren Grounds caribou, between the ilcivenzie River and Hudson's Bay, number more than and may- Do double of that. He says that in the very largest estimate the number kill- ed by the Indians and the Esquimaux; and the Arctic whalers do not exceed number so small as-to have no influence on the herds. As outside i mmters rarely enter the region this re- j terlor and tue North-West Mounted Police, it could not be in belter bands' and there is no reason co fear in any I degree a of the buffalo! slaiigliter that disgraced the plair.5 of- the United States. This is a nations! asset that will be conserved for all iu ture generations, and something thr.t always afford a thrill of pleasure ana a-cappy sense of stistaction'to thc- traveller who, braving the cold and the flics, enters within ths Arctic clr cie. Canada will always keep Warren Grounds for a park, tnera stocked with those romantic and interesting herds. Interest and Without Taxes The Western Farmer (Toronto Star.) Tbe Western farmer lias no better mend than Mr. William the vice-pi'esident of the Canadian Pacific i in charge of Western lines, who is I nere on his yearly conference with Sir Tnomas Bhaus-hnesiy. regarding the new railway mileage to be added to tne system' during the present "year. For full information, call or addre: Tbe rew each year. wolves account for but as .tiie natural in-1 mes of the EBpire, fo to the Mother-] country ae would view oa his way to contest seats lor the greatest! the coast and. Joe" never ieiit. oi all parliaments, and is'ln confessed. "What route are you and tike a front place in poblic I ing, Mr Martin, by the American or iile there. I Canadian T" asked the learned doctor. A case La point, which had its anms-! the C. F. came the response, ing slds to those orerheard the and then Mr. Martin was told that occurred in Toronto a or ao ago. Dr. Lyman Abbott, C. K. was the greatest railroad !n ine never confessed ihe-eminent American preacher ana that he knew it, and to this day Dr. Ab- boct is in ignorance of the fact that he was boasting of Canato to a native- oom Canadian, who had crossed the Dominion as often as the doctor had travelled from New York to Chicago. of the moat erudite journal in TZz United States, Tne Outlook, ot .Near addressed a meeting of the Toronto Fresi Clnb, and was after- irenls lacrodaced. to one "of the outer jraeats, Joseph. Martin, as a "British j Had tne doctor realized that British y." Alter the raual greetings, Dr. 31. were not all inhabitants of the ott the famous Joe} about! arltlsh isles, the conversation might Jie aid never heard, what he j not nave taKen place. IN ITS SUSSCKiPTiOX CONTEST of last year the Heralti thought it reached a nigh, point for x. city the size of Lethbridge, but the ue- monstrates that the lierald is more popular tEtn among tae reading public, anil that there is little diili cnlry in securing for ir Ths general public is Ignorant of tne extent oi oie business done during HE HERALD CONTEST The Herald Is pronn to coast that it now possesses a circulation of thc same standing as papers in cities two and three times the 'size, and throe times greater than many published ;r- cities of the same sire of this city. It is safe to say that the Her goes into ninety per cent- or the homes lu The city of l-ethbridge. and that circulation In that part of the prov- ince known as Southern Alberta a contest of ttts character, ijut the larger than that of any other daily lact that the Herald has now about subscribers, while it had about about two months ago, win give tome Idea of the success of the cos- iest. creass ot such a herd be sev- eral million, the toll taken by man: and wolf can make no permanent dif- rerence. They were probably'never1 more numerous man now, and the rte structlon from outside sources, is be- coming less and less every year." it is difficult to Torm an idea of their numbers. CoIonol'Jones speaks of- standing on a hill in the middle of, tne passing herds going to'their win-! ter range; he had a clear view ten! miles each way, and it was an army of' crlbou. How much further they would, spread he did not know. They aver-j aged at least one hundred raribou to- tne acre: and they passed nim at thi' rate of three miles an hour. He did not know how long, were in pass ing this point, -but at another place: tney were four days and travelled da? and night. The vnole visible seemed to be a moving mass of car! DOU. Even halving these figures om rinds that the number of caribou in tnis army was over yet It is possible thai there are several such newspaper In this part of tae country. Tnis contest of the Herald, 33 the last one, was In cbarge of Mr. C. E. j uyce. who has conducted a Irxrgc nun-) Oer of campaigns or this hind. Thct TUe rivalry between the candidates! Herald wants lo say that he Is one' was of the keenest kind, but never- theless Crtenaly. .Natumlly there wcre eorae disappointments among the COT of the moat valuable and most re- liable men we ever had to deal with. lie knows hfs business, and knows testants, but they were all satisfied i it well, and any newspaper which f? J that. tney had won or lost fairly, which- ever the case night be iges him gets the full benefit or his: knowledge. j 3 "LETHBRIDGE CAMPAIGN LETHBKUJCrE PEOPLE shotildf S10n wnJch would Include' several pn- start at once to take steps to in vate citUens, wiio are intelligent accurate a "LeUibritlge i ainnz uiecn -inf" rui-- campaign for the coming spring! :and summer. Each year for dOTlut ex- years the Herald has urged this action 6y the people, and the result has been It is tnic the Horticultur- al Society has not beeiTa tremendous success, but people have taken up the matter of beautifying their owii plao es Tith commendable zeal, and the re- i suits hare been very apparent. i-elo -a ruoia ibf-jiauch improveineatf '.I yet, and a determined effort should be! ths I ment or vacant lots in the ritv nf en. ir to remove more of tha ril-__ K -M, i curirtK namionv in niifininpo less in and around the citv. j 6 so tha, tho architectural style of one house and the coloring of K, will not cry against me style and coloring of ihe jierience and knowledge to assist iui raaKihg the city beautiful outside o. ihsir own lawns and gardens. There is more to dc to make Leth- oriage beautitul than even nice boulevards and getting tae street This Is a matter in which the council and the citizen body should co-operate. Tbs Herald a parks board li has alreartyf nonse next to it; of the removal or or commis- fences altogether, or their better iip- Eor jSTInc Hundred Dollars Worth of Siaimton's Paper How can do this in Just come and see us throw our re- maining Wall Pa- per Stocks of 1010 from the nearest exit. You may catch some on the fly. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Dispenser. Picture Framer. PHONE 555 3 to adopt more enlightened of cultivation, to mixed rarmlng, instead of conceistarating at- tention on the production of one crop, and that the easiest to produce and most wasteful to the soll.'silhongh doubt for a limited- number of years j exceedingly profitable to the producer.) .Mr. points out that in a.prov- ince unsurpassed in the'country fori us agricultural possibilities, there; wf-re imported, into its chioC city, nipeg, over twelve million eggs, 'ami'; tnat In order to provide food fort he! passengers in the dining cars the" de- partment entrusted with provision tor, the requirements ot the table has to' ortns: chickens Crom Chicago. 'I'he same department has to import cream rrom otner pares en tne United States. i Tnis Is a condition of affairs' thai rc- ilects little credit on the far- mer, and it can hardly strengthen hisi position when he comes down East in! nis conorts to for tariff lor his; particular benefit. mefclyi a reascnabls deduction from the facts -at the Western .farmer, before ing others to help aini might a lit-j tie more towards Uie improvement oL'j nis own position. -Mr. Wbytc savsi the trouble is tiie farmers are v.'Iicnt. mad. They have mado money with i wheat, hut they have not put It out; judiciously. They have not the labor j P. C. Epx 1979 Suita 115 Sherlock Building Phone 1291 to the proper names of certain "And she snicl at one time, "tnese are Uon't call inc-ni jugs any more." "Sure an' I won't, said lirid- zet, "An' is all tiic-m iittle oasms mine, too, am." uugaid was HI. anci his friend Don- FAME'S PATHWAY l-'ourteen-yoar-old Barker has taken her i.-ace at the head of the list of.wealthy girls, with UUO left to her by her Tmuer, John H. Har'-er, of the ilaskell-Barlcer Car Co of .Michigan City, Ind. When John Sousa can get n shotgun 'in. his hauls .and participate ild took a botilc o? whiskey'to nim.i i'n a trap'shooling tournament, he is gave ttie invalid one glass sai-a. "Ve'll hae anitter yin in thc morn- .About five mlr.-itce elapsed, and ther. nsclainisU: "Ve'fl tetter let rtm rmc the ifiiar noo i-onai', yo hc-ar o' sae moaj sudden (ic-iihs nov.-aclays." in his element. The man v.-ho gave us "The Stars and "El "The Washington and otherr inspiring marches, is one of the trap shots in the land.- ThR record of cost to manufacture a moving picture film was attained when' a French firm spent to reproduce an opera. With Its affair at Ham- D'jrg, and one of 40.UOO tong capacity buuaing at Kiel, CJermany, will the two largest dryflocKs in ths PECULIAR AND PERTINENT uespiie the artvince has made in electrical sisns in the las; levv years mnri-ifactiiTtTP claira the in clustry 13 but in its in'nncr. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE suing exclusive wheat raising the Kiver Sure will be harnessed to pro-j SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.; LLD., D.C.L., PRESIDENT ALEXANDER LAInD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL, REST, MONEY ORDERS which mixed the Bclgiaaj Orders of Ths Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe, convenient and economical method of remitting small sums of money. They arc payable without charge at every branch cf a chartered bank in Canada (except in ihe Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States. j The Orders and full information regarding- them may be obtained on application at the Bank. j In the event cf loss.of a Money Order the. Rank will, on receipt of 1 a .satisfactory guarantee, n-.uke arrar.gen.enis to refund the amount of the lost Guier. 232 mer is engaged in selling not his pro-j ducts, hut thc farm itself. Many peo- ple will agree with-.Mr. Whyte when ne tells the farmers that the dry sum- mer they hlVe just through wiii nave taught them a rained lesson it hAij convinced them ot ihe unwis- dom or ta'rlnc the rertnity IIT-JU th.e sci! and vide electric power for tbe city o? Lux- j emburg. An Italian inventor, living in delri.lia, has patented a burial casket to hold a corpse seated upright on a Side Li ignts THE LETTER BOX Lethbrifee Branch C G. L Nourse, MRT, STATEMENT CARPENTERS of thc "I'm sorry to b.'ive t.o hrinp :hi< justice to our organization watcn to ion for the third we rrould like to a mis-statc- the maa with 0-e mcnt in thc dated -Jan. 25th. ;ur-tnmmcd overcoat, "hut it has H- regarding the (iiscbarge of un on tar- comc Ipenters by thr Farmers' Lumber Co. -von to take something for. true state of a'e as lol- yoar Mood." grumbled the watch rt lows T-R union in thc pairer, there's too rr.uch Iron in it." of ;7frc instnicled !hcy could at work at i-r.fra wages witli the non-unicn men, if thev FO wished. Haec'c, supcr- "To what do von attribute your in- wavcnng "To being picked early for- ths vil tage Idiot. Noborty ever tried to also the men that, me to endorse a note, nr to 50 into Arr scheme." Wrs. rcgs need beat- ing Are you willing to Help? Happy lady. your vacuum cleaner? j Mrs. Xcwhouse was patiently in stniciBM; her Insh maid-of-ali-work as OF Eesl enfl Prsllte Assets Over he Builders' Eychanjp had sent Mr. Hotson to tne work to grade tne, men's "wages. As this is against principle of our and con- trary TO the agreement with tbe Builders' the men at or.ce work until tlirse non-unior. men arc discharged. T'RES.S COMMITTEE. LOCA! 1681 U. B. Of C. -T. of A. mailer how Ko Elan Regains Fcor who saves every week, or rnonth, or year, a ________ certain amount, no Few ever get rich without doing so. The Savings Department of this E.infc provides a safe place for your savings to arrnTrmlnte, anrl arrow with ths Interest is added half-yearly. SI .00 or upward is enough for the first deposit. Moaey may be withdrawn whenever you need it. VSain Office cor. Round t Redpath j G. R. TUNING Rd., N, Ward Manager. Stirling H. Roach, Acting Manager. Lake- -A. W. StJHie, Maniger. ;